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SESSIONAL PAPERS 



VOLXJjVIE 5 



FIRST SESSION OF TUB TWELFTH PARLIAMENT 



OF THE 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



SESSION 1911-12 




VOLUME XLVI. 



1091683 



2 Greorge V. 



Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. 



A. 1912 



See also Nnmerioal List, Page 9. 



ALPHABETICAL IKDEX 



TO THE 



SESSIONAL PAPERS 



OF THE 



PARLIAMENT OF CANADA 



FIRST SESSION, TWELFTH PARLIAMENT, 1912. 



A 

Accidents on Railways 114 

114a 

114b 

102 

Adulteration of Food 14 

Agriculture: — 15 

Dairy and Cold Storage 15a 

Veterinary Director General, 1910.. .. 1S6 

1911.. .. 15c 

Annuities — Grovernment Statement of 
business done year ending March 31, 
1911 44 

Annuities — GoTernment, Number of Lec- 
turers appointed upon the subject of. 44a 

Annuitants, and parties having made 
payments, &c 446 

Annuities Branch, Govt., Report of a 
Committee of the Privy Council, re 
transfer of 67 

Anglo-Canadian Chemical Co., corres- 
pondence between, and Department of i 
Inland R^vneue 139 ] 

Appointments made, dissolution of last 
Parliament, and resignation of Laurier 
Ministry, &c 70 

Appointments made in Departments of 
Public Works and Post Office since Oc- 
tober 7, 1911. Outside and Inside Ser- 
vice 70« 

Appointments of Commissioners re Unit- 
ed States and Canada ■ Boundary 

Waters Tieaty (19 

22.370—1 



A 

j Assistance to Provincial Railways and 

Public Works by Federal Government. 120 
Ashe, Earl, claim for damages by fire 

from locomotive on I.C.R 115 

Auditor General.. { i 

Aurora, report re proposed erection of a 

public building at 62a 

Australia, Trade arrangements between 

Canada and ji 

Awarding of contract for building of 

Hudson's Bay Railway 72a 

B 

Baldwin, Eugene, dismissal from Cus- 
toms Service, Quebec 79c 

Berthier en Haut, purchase and repair of 
Post Office at 154 

Binks, Mr., promotion as Supt. of Dead 
Letter Office 138 

Blind River Post Office, Province of On- 
tario, change of name of 150 

Boh an, John W., Customs Officer, Bath, 
N.B., dismissal of 79o 

Bonds and Securities registered since 
last return, November 29, 1910 49 

Boots and Shoes, quantity of, imported 
into Canada since March 1, 1908 81 

Boulay, H., report of, against W. Roy, 
emiployee on I.C.R., in 1904 97 

Boundaries of Province of Manitoba, ex- 
tension of, &c 110 



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A. 1912 



Boundaries of Provinces of Manitoba 
and Saskatchewan, correspondence with 
Government re 

Boundaries of Province of Ontario, ex- 
tension of, &c 

Boundaries of the Province of Quebec, 
correspondence re extension of, &c.. .. 

Boundary Waters Treaty between Can- 
ada and United States, appointment 
of Commissioners under 

Bourque, Geoffrey, accident incurred by, 
in yard of I.C.R., 1911 

Branch Lines Railways:— 
Tenders for construction line of Rail- 
way from Estmere to Baddeck, NS. 
Tenders for construction line of Rail- 
way from Estmere to Baddeck, N.S. 
Tenders for construction of line of 
Railway by I.C.R. between Sunny- 
brae and Guysborough, N.S 110*> 

Breakwater, re the building of, at Port 
Richniond, N.S 

Breakwater, re the bnilding of, at Chas. 
Forest's Cove, N.S 

British Canadian Loan and Investment 
Co., statement of affairs of 131 

Brotherhood Unions of I.C.R., agreement 
between and the Government since 1898. 

Burrard Power Co.. H. M. The King vs. 
Case of 1*7 



llOo 



110b 



94 



tl9 



102 



100 



100a 



129 



129a 



m 



59 
71 
20a 



85 



117 



Cablegrams relating to reduced rates of 

transmission 

Canadian-Au&tralian Trade, Return re,.. 

Canal Statistics 

Cement purchased for diSerent works by 
Government, or Montreal Harbour 

Commission 

Central Station, City of Quebec, expro- 
priation of property of Messrs. Tur- 

geon and Gnnn for 

Car Ferry Service between Province of 
Prince Jidward bland and the Main- 
land 95, 95a, 95b 

Census of Canada, Fifth A 

Census, taking of in City of Regina.. .. 73 

Chartered Banks 6 

Chief Astronomer 25a 

Charles Forest's Cove, building of break- 
water at 129a 

Civil Service:— 

List 30 

Appointments and Promotions, Com- 
missioner's Annual Report 31 

Insurance Act, &c 45 

Retiring allowances and Superannua- 
tion. Statement of 41 



Coal Dust Anthracite, &c., quantity im- 
ported into Montreal in 1911 80 

Cold Storage establishments in each city 
of Canada, showing number of 146 

Commissioners, names of, appointed un- 
der Inquiries Act 155 

Commissioners appointed to investigate 
matters on Transcontinental Railway 
between Winnipeg and Moncton 6.5a 

Commissioners to inquire into Govern- 
ment Departments, Order in Council 
re 65 

Commission for demarcation of the Meri- 
dian of 14l5t Degree. West Longitude.. 86 

Commission appointed to inquire into 
matters appertaining to the Farmers' 
Bank 65b 

Commission of Conservation, Report of, 
for year ending March 31, 1911 47 

Combines Investigation Act, proceedings 
under 36a 

Criminal Statistics 17 

Customs Annual Report 11 

Customs Tarrig, change in re twine 
used in heading of Lobster Traps.. .. 98 



Dismissals : — 

From Moosejaw Land Office of John 
Rutherford 79 

Capt. Peter Decoste from Dredge 
'Cape Breton' 79a 

Roder'k Sutherland, caretaker pub- 
lic building, at Canso, N.S.. .. 79b 

Mr. Eugene Baldwin from Customs 
Service at Coaticook, Que 79c 

Mederic Picotte as Messenger of the 
House of Commons 79(1 

Wm. A. Hattie from position of 
Preventive Officer at Mulgrave, 
N.S 

R. Leithead, &o., employees of I.C.E. 

Jos. Veniot, checker on I.C.R. . .. 

John Connolly, of New Glasgow, In- 
spector of Fuel on I.C.R 79^i 

S. N. Ferguson, Preventive Officer 
at Oyster Ponds, Guysborough, 
N.S. 79i 

F. J. Veniot, Collector of Customs 
at Bathurst, N.B 79? 

Luke Day, Department of Public 
Works, North Sydney, N.S 79fc 

Geo. T. Harbour, Supt. of Deep 
Water Wharf at Gaspe, Que.. .. 79J 

D. McDonald, Esq., M.D., of Bad- 
deck, C.B 79fn 

Geo. Cavanagh, New Glasgow, N.S. 79n 

John W. Bohan, Bath, N.B 79o 



79e 
79/ 
79ff 



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A. 1912 



D 

Dismissals — Continued. 

Hector Hamel, Montreal Custom 
House 79p 

Lyman C. Smith, Oshawa, Ont. . . 79q 

M'icliel Campeau, Postal Station, 
Montreal 79r 

E. MoAdam, Fishery Officer for An- 
tigonish Co., N.S, 79s 

Fishery Guardians in County of 
Guysborougrh, N.S 79f 

Edwd. Kelly from position of en- 
gineer at Reduction Works, Can- 
so, N.S 79u 

David S. Hendsbee from position of 
weigher at Reduction Works, 
Canso, N.S 79v 

Anson Shelters at St. Armond Sta- 
tion, County of Missisquoi . . . . 79u; 

Proposed of John Park, Postmaster 
at Orangeville, Ont 79a; 

Jas. McPhee as Customs Officer at 
West Bay, N.S 79y 

Allan Kennedy, Telegraph Repairer, 
Inverness Co., N.S 79z 

Wenceslaus Lebel, of Kamouraska, 
Customs Department 79aa 

Thos. Hale, 'Labour Gezette,' 
Westville, Nova Scotia 79bb 

Wm. A. Gerrior, Larry's River, 
N.S., Customs Department .. .. 79cc 

August Hibert as Postmaster, St. 
Paschal, Kamouraska Co., Que.. 79di 

Luo Lizotte, Postmaster, St. Pa- 
combe, Kamouraska Co., Que. . . 79ee 

Capt. Alex. Roberts, Postmaster, 
Canso, N.S 79// 

In 1896 of H. St. Amour. Postmas- 
ter of St. Amour, Co. of Pres- 
cott 79gg 

W. H. Harris, Postmaster at White 

Head, N.S 79hh 

Jas. McGrath, Postmaster at As- 
pen 79ii 

Louis Gerard, Postmaster at Ste. 
Angele de Merci, Rimouski Co. 79;';' 

On May 1. 1903, of John Fraser, 
Postmaster at Stellar ton, N.S... 79kk 

John M. Rodgers, Postmaster at 
East Ronan Valley, N.S 79U 

Eugene Guimond, Postmaster at 
Ste. Angele, Co. of Rimouski.. .. 79mm. 

Charges against Dugald R. Boyle, 
Fishery Officer at West Arichat, 
N.S 79/m 

Charges against Dr. J. R. McLeod, 
Port Physician, Port Hawkes- 

bury, N.S 79oo 

22570— li 



D 

Dismissals — Continued. 

Theophile Morice, Officer over de- 
livery of Coal, I.C.R., at Riviere 
du Loup 79pp 

Charges received by P. O. Dept. re 
the Postmaster at Glenelg, N.S.. 79qq 

Charges against Jas. A. Matheson, 
I.C.R., Trackman, Meadowville.. 79rr 

D. McFarlane, Postmaster at S, W. 

• Margaree, N.S 7955 

Postmaster at Rathburn, Co. of 
Ontario, and change of P.O.. .. 79ff 

John McLeod, Postmaster at Den- 
mark, Colchester, N.S 79uu 

Done, Daoust, Postmaster at Alfred, 
County Prescott 791,^; 

Thos. Dionne and Miss Sanidon, of 
Cacouna Post Office 79ww 

Postmaster of St. Anaclet, Co. of 
Rimouski 79xx 

Resignation of Donald E. McLean, 

. late Postmaster, Inverness, N.S. 79yy 

Number of Postmasters removed 
from office in County of Shefford, 
since Oct. 1, 1911 79^2 

Charges against Arthur Brymer, 
Fishery Officer at L'Ardoise, N.S. 79ooa 

Charges against Lawrence G.Power, 
Supt. Lobster Hatchery at Ari- 
chat, N.S 7966b 

Joachim Godbout, Lighthouse Keep- 
er at St. Laurent. 79ccc 

Investigation against P. L. St. 
Pierre, Postmaster at St. Paul 
d'Abbotsford 79ddd 

Dr. H. Dupre as Postmaster of St. 
Hebert, Co. of Richelieu 79ece 

Showing number of dismissals in 
Post Office Department since Oc- 
tober 1, 1911 79/// 

Madam, the widow of Antoine S:. 
Martin, as Postmistress 79ggg 

Jos. Moreau as Postmaster, at St. 
Germain, Kamouraska 79hhh> 

Geo. Bourgoin, Statistician on La- 
chine Canal 79ui 

Louis Deschesne, an employee of 
the Marine Department 79;;;' 

Charges aginst A. E. Hatfield, Fish- 
ery Overseer for County of Yar- 
mouth, N.S 79fcfcfc 

Mr. J. C. Dauphinais as Postmas- 
ter at Sorel 79111 

Jos. Clouthier, Postmaster at St. 

Adolphe de Dudwell 79mmm 

Dairy and C^ld Storage 15a 

Destructive and Pest Act, Regulations 
i under ^ 



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A. 1912 



109 



D 

Decoste, Capt. Peter, dismissal of, from 
Dredge ' Caipe Breton ' 

Deep-Sea Fishermen, expenditure re, 
Bounty to 

Dog-Fish Scrap, relating to price of, 
from March 31, 1911 

Dominion Police, average number of men 
on, for year 1911 

Dominion Lands Survey Act, Orders in 
Council in accordance with 

Dominion Lands Act, chap. 20, Statutes 
of Canada, 1908, Orders in Council re, 
published in ' Ganada Gazette' 

Dominion Lands Act, chap. 20, Statutes 
of Canada, 1908, Orders in Council re 
disposal of lands within 40-mil6 Rail- 
way Belt in British Columbia 

Dominion Lands Act, chap. 20, Statutes 
of Canada, 1908, Supplementary Re- 
turn re 

Dominion Lands Survey Act, Supplemen- 
tary Return, Orders in Council re 

Duchemin, H. B., date of appointment 
to investigate complaints re Govern- 
ment Officials _. 

Duchemin, H. B., Report of charges made 
by, against W. W. Gray 

Duty payable in respect to Jute Cloth, 
Traction Engines, &c 

Duties on Lumber, Documents in connec- 
tion with enforcement of 



Extension of Boundaries of Province of 

79a Manitoba, andother matters re 110 

(Extension of Boundaries of Province of 
58 I Quebec, Correspondence re. &c 94" 



E 

Election, Return of Twelfth General, 
for House of Commons, 1911 

Elections, Bye, Return of for (Twelfth 
Parliament) House of Commons . . . . 

Election General, 1911, Resume of .. .. 

Enquiry into loss of horse killed on Dal- 
housie Branch, I.C.R 

Erection of an Armoury at Sarnia, 
Ont., Reports relating to 

Estmere to Baddeck, Tenders for con- 
struction of line of railway from, 
&o 100, 

Estimates 

ft 

Supplementary, March 31, 1912. 

Expenditure for printing Pamphlets re 
Immigration 

Experimental Farms 

Expropriation of properties of Messrs. 
Turgeon and Gunn, Quebec 

External Afiairs 



Farmers' Bank, Copies of Petitions re- 
lating to, &c 

Farmers' Bank, Commission appointed 
to inquire into matters relating to. . 

Farm Labourers and Domestic Servants 
placed from 1907 to 1912 

Fidelity Trust Co. of Montreal, Incor- 
poration and operation of 

Fifth Census of Canada 

Fifth Joint Report of Commissioners re 
demarcation of Meridian 140° "W. L.. 

Fish Trap Licenses, against issuing of, 
to Capt. John H. Thorburn 

Fish Trap, removal of, at or near Mc- 
Nutt's Island, Harbour of Shelbourne, 
N.S 

Fishing in fresh water lakes of Domin- 
\ ion. Lease giving exclusive rights to., 
^.q Fishery Guardians, County of Guysbor- 

ough, N.S., re dismissal of 

q- Fishery Act, prosecutions under, against 
, J. McCabe, D. Porter, and others. 
County of Piotou, N.S 

Forget, A. E., Messrs, &c.. Return show- 
ing dates presented by 

' Forbes Sterilizers,* Memo, re use of, in 
House of Commons and Government 
Departments 



60 



55 



55a 



55b; 



55c 



55d 



141 



66 



65c 
65b 

87 

116 
A 

86 

106 

106a 

123a 

79 1 

89 
92 

112 



G 



18 



18a 
152 



114 
93 



lOOn 
3 

3a 
3b 

4 ' 



64 
16 1 

117 
29b 

4 



Geographic Board 21a 

Geological Survey 26 

Governor General's Warrants issued 
since last Session 39 

Governor General, Commission issued to 
present, instructions, &c 83 

Government Annuities, Statement busi- 
ness done year ending March 31 44 

Gray, W. W., Report of H. H. Duchemin 
against 97a 

H 

Harbour Commissioners (Marine) 23 

Hawkes, Arthur, re appointment of, as 
Commissioner of Immigration 64a 

Homestead Inspectors, how many em- 
ployed in Prov. of Saskatchewan, 1911. 88 

House of Commons, Messengers, total 
number, &c.; also total number re- 
lieved from service, &c 74 

Hudson's Bay Railway, and relating to 
the navigating of the Hudson's S. raits. 101a 



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A. 1912 



Immigration, Expenditure printing pam- 
phlet re promotion of 

Immigration, Relating to appointment of 
Arthur Hawkes, Commissioner for.. .. 

Immigration purposes, Amount expended 
for. by Dominion Government, for past 
ten years 

Imperial Defence, Correspondence be- 
tween Imperial and Canadian Govern- 
ments, re 

Indians Affairs 

Industrial Disputes 

Inland Revenue 

Inland Revenue Part II (Weights and 
Measures) 

Inland Revenue Part III (Adulteration 
of Food) 

Intercolonial Ry., Agreements between 
men of, and Brotherhood Unions.. .. 

Interior, Reiwrt of Dept. of 

Interior, Dept. of, Copies of Orders in 
Council under a Resolution of House 
of Commons 

Internal Economy Commission, Report 
of, for preceding year 

Inefficient Posatl Delivery Service at 
Rothesay, N.B 

Insurance, Report of Superintendent of. 

Insurance, Abstract Statement of 

Irrigation Act, Regulations and forms 
prescribed 



64 

64a 

64b 

77 
27 
dSa 
12 

13 

14 

69 



45 



124 



Justice Report 

Jute Cloth, Traction Engines, &c., re, to 
any change in duty, &c 



Keewatin Territory, Separate School Sys- 
tem in 

King vs. Burrard Power Co., Return re. 

L 

La Sooiete Co-operative de La Valine de 
Yamaska, Tobacco Growers of, papers 
referring to 

Labour Reiport 

Lacoste, Sir A., Ouimet, Hon., and 
Doherty, C. J., Hon.. Superannuation 
of 

Lands sold by C.P.R. during year end- 
ing 1st Oct., 1911 

Lands sold by C.P.R., year ended Oct. 1, 
1911 ('Irrigation Block') 

Lands sold by C.P.R. in Alberta, year 
ended Oct. 1, 1911 

Lavoie, Absolom, of Amqui, accidentally 
killed on I.C.R. at Metis, Rimouski 
Co., 1911 



54 



34 



141 



137 
146 



12« 
36 



91 



68 



68a 



68b 



I. 

Lease to Whaling Companies for whale 
fishing on the coast of British Colum- 
bia 123 

Lease giving exclusive rights to fishing 
in fresh water lakes of the Dominion. 123a 

Tiptters Patent relating to the Governor 
General of Canada 83 

jTyiouor brought from any place outside 
Canada into the Territories 78 

I library. Joint Committee, Report of.. .. 33 

Library, Joint Committee, further Re- 
port of 33a 

T/oans, various, made by Government of 
Canada since year 190O 145 

Lobster Traps, Return re temporary 
change in Tariffs on twine used in.. .. 98 

Lumber Duties on. Circulars, Instruc- 
tions re, addressed to Collectors of Cus- 
toms, 1911 66 

Me 

?kIcAulay, Angus A., claim for damages, 
fire from locomotive in P. E. Island... 115o 

;McCabe. John, and others. Prosecutions 
under the Fishery Act against 89 



M 

Accident sustained by. 



Madore. Alex, 
on I.C.R 

Magdalen Islands,. News sent to. by 
'Wireless Telegraph,' &c 

Mails. Contracts for carrying of, be- 
tween Scott Junction and Station, Co. 
of Beauce, Cancellation of 

Mails, Contracts for carrying of, be- 
tween River John Ry. Station and Post 
Office, Cancellation of 

Mails, Contracts for carrying of, be- 
tween Stellarton Station and Post 
Office, Cancellation of 

Mails, Contracts for conveyance in which 
cancellation was made from Oct., 1911, 
Feb.. 1912 

Mails between England, France and Can- 
ada. Contracts re carriage of, between 
Steamship Co.s and Govt, of Canada. 

Mail Bags, amount paid since Oct. 15, 
1911, for making and repairing 

Mail Routes, rural, established by pre- 
sent Government 

Manitoba, Printing and Distribution of 
Voters' Lists of, at last General Elec- 
tion 

Manitoba, Extension of boundaries of, 
and matters re division of Keewatin. 
j Manitoba and Saskatchewan, Corresipond- 
114a ence with Government re boundaries. 

5 



114 
133 

134 

134a 

134b 

181c 

111 
153 
143 

103 

lie 

llda 



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A. 1912 



M 

Marine and Fisheries (Marine) 

" " (Fisheries) 

Marriage Act, ' 4n Act to amend the/ 
Return re 

Marriage Act, Return concerning Peti- 
tions. Memorials, &o., re passing of the 
' Ne Temere ' 

Meat Trusts, Concerning methotls and 
operations of 

Meridian 141st Degree, West Longitude, 
Report re demarcation of 

Messengers of the House of Commons re- 
lieved from service, &c 

Militia Council, Report of 

Militia, Regulations and General Orders 
promulgated by 

Metapedia Waterworks Co., Claim of, 
against I.C.R 

Miscellaneous Unforseen Expenditure, 
from Apri 11, 1911, to Nov. 16, 1911 .. 

Money paid by Dominion Government to 
Railways in Manitoba, Alberta. &c.. .. 

Moosejaw, Documents re the appoint- 
ment of a Post Office Inspector at.. .. 

Moosejaw, Tenders in connection with 
public building at 

Morine, A. B., G. N. Ducharme and R. 
S. Lake, appointment of, as Commis- 
sioners re Government Departments.. 

N 

National Battlefields Commission, Re. 
ceipts and Expenditures of 

Naturalization, Uniformity of, passage 
of legislation relating to 

Naval Service, Report of 

Naval Service, Order in Council as to 
extra pay of officers and men 

Naval Servioe, allowance in lieu of lodg- 
ing, provisions, &c 

Naval Service, regulations re distinguish- 
ing flag and pendants flown. by ships 
of Royal Navy 

Naval Service, gratuities to widows of 
seamen killed on duty 

Naval Service of Canada, Correspondence 
connected in any way with 

Naval Service, rates of pay and allow- 
ances for Bandsmen in Royal Cana- 
dian Navy 

Naval Service, Naval Reserve Lands, 
Transfer of, by Imperial Govt, to Dom- 
inion Govt 

Naval Service, pay for Bandsmen in 
Royal Canadian Navy 

Naval Service, Transfer of certain Naval 
Reserve Lands by Imperial Govt.. .. 



108 



N 

Naval Service, Memorandum of Admiral 
Kingsmill re Navy 

Negotiations for Reciprocity Treaty be- 
tween Canada and United States.. .. 

Newfoundland, Contracts for conveyance 
vf Mails between Canada and 



lOSa 



Ontario, Return re extension of bound- 
aries of, and division of District of 
Keewatin 

Order in Council appointing Commis- 
sioners to inquire into Depts. of Govt. 

Order in Council re an ' Act to amend 
the Marriage Act' 

Order in Council, pay for Bandsmen in 
Canadian Navy 

Ordinances of Yukon Territory in year 
1911 

Ottawa Improvement Commission, Re- 
ceipts and Expenditures of 

y.,j, Ottawa, Respecting work done for im- 
provement and beautifying of 

Ottawa Improvement Commission, Work 
done by, for year ending March 31, 
1911 



61 



86 



46a 



130 



42 



136 



62 



Parcel Post Convention between Canada 
and France, Papers connected with — 

Paris Exposition, Statement of expenses 
incurred for, in 1900 

Pelagic Sealing, Treaty re, &c., between 
Great Britain, United States and 
Russia 

Persons appointed to positions with the 
Government between dissolution and 
Sept. 21, 1911 

Port Dover Harbour, Norfolk Co., On- 
tario, Relating to improvement of.. 127a, 

Postmaster General, Report of 

Powassan, Change of Postmaster at, be- 
tween Jan. 1, 1906, and Jan. 1, 1912.. 

Prosecutions under Fishery Act against 
John McCabe and others 

Provident Trust Co., of Montreal, Incor- 
poration and operation 

Provincial Railways and Public Works, 
Assistance to, by Federal Government. 

Public Accounts, Report of 

Public Printing and Stationery, Report 
of 

Public Works, Report of Dept. of 

40/ Q 

[Quantity of Anthracite, &c.. Coal im- 

40fif' ported into Montreal in year 1911.. .. 

Quantity of Boots and Shoes imported 

40h into Canada, from March 1, 1908.. .. 



65 



40 



40a 



40b 



40c I 



40d 



40e 



40i 

82 
111 

110b 
65 

108 
40g 
75 
51 
51a 

51b 

135 
63 

84 

70 

127b 

24 

142 
89 

lis 

120 
2 

32 
19 

80 
81 



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A. 1912 



Q 

Quarantine Station on Lawlor's Island. 99 

Quebec, Province of, Correspondence re 
extension of boundaries of 9i 

Quebec Bridge, Eeport, &c., of the 
Board of Engineers for the construc- 
tion of ■.. 104 

Queen's Hotel Co., Ltd., Correspondence 
and documents in the case 122 

R 

Railways: — 

Railways and Canals 20 

Statistics (Canal) 20a 

(Railways) 20b 

Commissioners 20c 

Telephone Statistics 20d 

Express Statistics 20e 

Papers re that portion of, between 
Hillsborough and Albert Co., N.B... 72 

Papers re awarding of contract build- 
ing Hudson's Bay Ry., &c 72o 

In Alberta, Manitoba, &c., Money paid 
by Dominion Government to 72b 

Transcontinental, Correspondence re 
connecting Montreal with 72c 

Trascontinental Ry. Station at Quebec, 
Papers re awarding of contract of.. 72d 

Transcontinental, Statement showing 
work done on Eastern Division of, to 
Dec. 31, 1911 72e 

Report A. E. Douoet, Dist. Engineer, 
Sec. B. Trans. Ry. re selection of 
railway station sites 72/ 

Writings made or given by Board of 
Nat. Trans. Ry., from appt. of R. W. 
Leonard 72g 

Interim Report Commissioners of Nat. 
Trans. Ry 72/i 

Commi-ssion Transcontinental, Report 
of 37 

Transcontinental, Construction of, be- 
tween Monoton and Winnipeg, Ap- 
pointment of Commission re 65 

Names of all appt. to service of I.C.R., 
in City of St. John, N.B 107 

Provincial and other Public Works, 

Assistance to, by Federal Govt 120 

Reciprocity Treaty between Canada and 

United States, Negotiations for.. .. 82, 82a 
Regina, Memorials re taking of Onsas 

in 73 

Rex versus Sheldon and others, papers 

and documents in the case 121 

Richmond Port, N.S., Building of a 

breakwater at 129 

River John Railway Station, re con- 
tract between Post Office and 134a 

Rooky Mountain Park Act, Orders in 

Council passed concerning 5fia 

R-^ 7 



R 

Rothesay, N.B., inefficient Postal Service 
at 124 

Royal North West Mounted Police, Re- 
port re 28 

Royal North West Mounted Police, term 
of service, pay, &c., of, Extract from 
Minutes of Treasury Board 128 

Roval Society of Canada, Statement of 
aSairs of 52 

Rural Mail Routes, established by the 
present Government 143 

Rutherford, John, removal from Moose- 
jaw Land Office 79 

St. 

St. John Ry. Co. to lay rails across 

tracks of I.C.R 96, 96a 

St. John and Quebec Ry. Co., Agreement 

between H. M. The King and Ry. Co.. 125 
St. John Valley Ry. Co., Building of, 

from St. John to Grand Falls, N.B. .. 113 
St. Laurent, Xavier, re killing of horse 

belonging to, on Dalhousie Branch, 

I.C.R 114b 

S 

Salmon, Papers relating to negotiations 
afieoting the exportation of 148 

Sarnia, Proposed Winter Harbour at.. 127 
" Erection of an Armoury at.. .. 93 

Secretary of State, Report of 29 

Separate School System, Petitions pray- 
ing for such in Keewatin Ter. to Govt. 137 

Scott Junction, Cancellation of mail con- 
tract between Station and 134 

Shareholders in Banks, List of 6 

Shipping, Foreign, engaged in Coastwise 
Trade in Canada 144 

Shipping, List of 21b 

Smith, Lyman C, Customs Collector at 
Oshawa, Dismissal of 795 

Steamboat Inspection, Report re 23a 

Stellarton Station, Contract service be- 
tween Post Office and 134b 

Sterilizers, showing what Government 
Buildings are equipped with 112 

Stream Measurements, Report of pro- 
gress of, for calendar year 1910. 

Strike existing, and in the past on G. T. 
Ry. west of Winnipeg, relating to.. .. 140 

Sutherland. Roderick, dismissal of.. .. 79b 

Superannuations and Retiring Allowan- 
ces, Statement of, re Civil Service.. .. 41 

Superannuation of Judges, Sir Alex. La- 
coste, Hon. J. A. Ouimet, &c., &c.. .. 91 

Superintendent of Insurance, Report of.. 8 

Sunnybrae and Guysborough, construc- 
tion of certain Branch Lines of I.C.R. 
between 100b 



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Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. 



A. 1912 



T 

Tender of the McDiarmid Co., Ltd., 
construction of Mooseja-w buildings.. .. Bi 

Tender for construction of line of 
Railway from Estmere to Baddeck, 
N.S 100 

Tender for construction of proposed line 
from Estmere to Baddeck, N.S 100a 

Tolls on Canals, abolition or regulation 
of, as per Order in Council 105 

Topographical Survey 25b 

Tracadie Road Post Office, complaints, 
charges, &c., relating to 132 

Trade and Commerce, 10, 10a, lOfe, 10c, 

lOd, lOe, 10/ 

Trade Arrangements between Canada 
and Australia 71 

Trade Arrangements with the British 
West Indies, &o 71a 

Trade Unions, re, under ' An Act res- 
pecting ' 48 

Transfer of certain Naval Reserve Lands 
by Imperial Govt 40 /i 

Treaty re Boundary Waters between 
'Canada and United States 119 



T 

Treasury Board, Extract from Minutes 
of meeting of Jan. 22, 1912 90 

Turgeon, F., and F. Gunn, expropriation 
of property in City of Quebec 117 

U 

Unclaimed Balances 7 

Ukpaid Dividends 7 

V 

Veniot, P. J., Collector of Customs, 
Bathurst, N.B., re dismissal of 79; 

Veterinary Director General, 1910 .. .. 15b 

1911 .... 15c 

Voters' Lists of Province Manitoba at 
last elections, printing and distribu- 
tion 103 

W 

Weights and Measures 13 

Winnipeg and Hudson Bay Ry. Co., cor- 
respondence between Govt. &c., and.. 101 

West Indies, Trade arrangements with.. 71a 

Whaling Companies, Lease to, for Whale 
fishing on coast of B.C 123 

Wholesale Prices in Canada, 1911, Re- 
port Dept. of Labour on 151 



See also Alphabetical List, Page 1. 



LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS 

Arranged^in Numerical Order, with their titles at full length; the dates when Ordered 
and when Presented to the Hotuses of Parliament; the Names of the Senator or 
Memher who moved for each Sessional Paper, and whether it is ordered to he 
Printed or Not Printed. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME A. 

Fifth Census of Canada, 1911. Areas and population by provinces, districts and sub- 
dricts. Vol. I. 

Printed for distribuiion and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1. 

(This volume is bound in two parts.) 

1. Report of the Auditor General for the year ended 31st March, 1911. Volume 1, Parts A 

to P. and Vol. 2. Parts Q to Y. Presented 10th January, 1912, by Hon. Mr. White. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2. 

2. Public Accounts of Canada, for the fiscal year ending 31st March, 1911. Presented by 

Hon. Mr. White, November 20, 1911.. ..Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

3. Estimates for fiscal year ended 31st March. 1911. Presented 29th November, 1911. by 

Hon. Mr. White Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

3a. Estimates for the fiscal year ending 31st March, 1913. Presented 10th January, 1912, 
by Hon. Mr. White Printed for both distribution and sessional pQpers. 

3b. Supplementary Estimates for the fiscal year ending 31st March, 1912. Presented 13th 
March, 1912, by Hon. Mr. White. .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

4. Supplementary Estimates for the fiscal year ending 31st March, 1913. Presented by Hon. 

Mr. White, 2Gth March, 1912 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

5. Further Supplementary Estimates for fiscal year ending 31st March, 1912. Presented 

by Hon. Mr. White, 26th March, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

6. List of Shareholders in the Chartered Banks of the Dominion of Canada for year ended 

31st December, 1911. Presented by Hon. Mr. White. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers, 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 3. 

7. Report on dividends remaining unpaid, unclaimed balances and unpaid drafts and bills 

of exchange in Chartered Banks of the Dominion of Canada for five years and up- 
wards prior to 31st December, 1911. 

Printed for distribuiion and sessional papers. 
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CONTENTS OF VOITTME 4. 

8. Report of the Superintendent of Insurance for year ended, 1911. Presented by Hon. Mr. 

White, 20th November, 1911 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

9. Abstract of Statements of Insurance Companies in Canada for the year ended 1911. Pre- 

sented by Hon. Mr. White Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLTIME 5. 

10. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended 31st March, 

1911. (Part I. — Canadian Trade). Presented by Hon. Mr. Foster, 23rd February, 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 
10a. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the year ended 31st March, 
1911. (Part II.— Canadian Trade with (1) France, (2) Germany, (3) United Kingdom, 
and (4) United States). Presented by Hon. Mr. Foster, 10th January, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

10b. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended 31st 

March, 1911. (Part III.— Canadian Trade). Presented by Hon. Mr. Foster, 25tb 

March, 1912 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 6. 

10c. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended 31st 

March, 1911. (Part IV. — Miscellaneous Information). Presented by Hon. Mr. Foster, 

7th February, 1912 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

lOd. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended 31st 

March, 1911. (Part V.— Grain Statistics, &c.) Presented by Hon. Mr. Foster. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 
lOe. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce for the fiscal year ended 31st 

March, 1911. (Part VI.— Subsidized Steamship Services). Presented by Hon. Mr. 

Foster, 1st April, 1912 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

10/. Report of Trade and Commerce for fiscal year ended 31st March, 1911. (Part VII. — 

Trade of Foreign Countries, Treaties and Conventions). Presented by Hon. Mr. 

Fob-ter Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 7. 

11. Report of the Department of Customs for the year ended 31st March, 1911. Presented 

by Hon. Mr. Roche, 10th January, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 8. 

12. Reports, Returns and Statistics of the Inland Revenue for the Dominion of Canada, 

for the year ended 31st March, 1911. (Excise, Part I). Presented by Hon. Mr. Nantel, 
30th November, 1911 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

13. Report Department of Inland Revenue. (Part II.— Inspection of Weights and Measures, 

Gas and Electric Light). Presented by Hon. Mr. Nantel, 30th November, 1911. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

14. Reports, Returns and Statistics of the Inland Revenues for the Dominion of Canada, 

for the year ended 31st March, 1911. Part III.— Adulteration of Food. Presented 
by Hon, Mr. Nantel, 11th January, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 8— Continued. 

15. Eeport of the Minister of Agriculture for the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended 

31st March, 1911. Presented by Hon. Mr. Burrell, 1st December, 1911. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

15a. Report of the Dairy and Cold Storage Commissioner for the fiscal year ending 1911. 
Presented by H»n. Mr. Burrell Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 9. 

15b. Eeport of the Veterinary Director General and Live Stock Commissioner, J. G. 
Rutherford, for the year ending 1910. Presented by Hon. Mr. Burrell. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

15c. Report of the Veterinary Director General and Live Stock Commissioner for the year 
ending 31st March, 1911. Presented by Hon. Mr. Burrell, 1st December, 1911. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 10. 

16. Report of the Director and Officers of the Experimental Farms for year ending 31st 

March, 1911. Presented by Hon. Mr. Burrell, 1st December, 1911. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

17. Criminal Statistics for the year ended 1910. Presented by Hon. Mr. Doherty. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 11. 

18. Return of the Twelfth General Election for the House of Commons, 1911. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

18o. Return of By-Elections (Twelfth Parliament) for the House of Commons, 1911. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 12. 

19. Report of the Minister of Public Works, for the fiscal period ended 31st March, 1911. 

Presented by Hon. Mr. Monk, 1st December, 1911. Vols. I and II. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 13. 

20. Report of the Department of Railways and Canals for fiscal year, 1st April, 1910 to 31sc 

March, 1911. Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, I2th January, 1912. 

Printed for distribtition and sessional papers. 

20a. Canal Statistics for season of navigation of 1911. 

Printed for distribution and sessiohal papers. 

20b. Railway Statistics of the Dominion of Canada for the year ended 30th June, 1911. Pre- 
sented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, 1st February, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 14. 

20c. Sixth Report of the Board of Railway Commissioners for Canada, for the year ending 

31st March, 1911. Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, 29th March, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOITTME lA^Continued. 

20d. Telephone Statistics of the Dominion of Canada, for the year ended 30th June, 1911. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, 8th March, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 
20e. Express Statistics of the Dominion of Canada for the year ended 30th June. 1911. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane, 8th Mctrch, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

21. Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, for the year ending 31st December, 

1911. (Marine). Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, 22nd January, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 15. 

21a. Tenth Report of the Geographic Board of Canada, for year ending 30th June, 1911. 
Also Appendix Handbook of Indians of Canada. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

21b. List of Shipping issued by Department of Marine and Fisheries. Vessels in registry 
looks of Canada, for year 1911. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 16. 

22. Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, 1911. (Fisheries). Presented by 

Hon. Mr. Hazen, 12th January, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

23. Supplement to the Forty-fourth Annual Report of the Department of Marine and 

Fisheries for the year ending 31st December, 1910 — Marine — Report of the Harbour 
Commissioners for Montreal, Quebec, &c. Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, 22nd 

January, 1912 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

23a. Report of the Chairman of the Board of Steamboat Inspection for the fiscal year 1911. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Hazen, 22nd January, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 17. 

24. Report of the Postmaster General for the year ended 31st March, 1911. Presented by 

Hon. Mr. Pelletier, 24th NoTember, 1911. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

25. Report of the Department of the Interior, for the fiscal year ending 31st March, 1911. 

Presented by Hon. Mr. Rogers, 12th January, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 18. 

(This volume is bound in two parts.) 
25a. Report of Chief Astronomer, Department of the Interior, for year ending 31st March, 
1910. Vol. II. and IIII. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

25a. Report of Chief Astronomer, Department of the Interior, for year ending 31st March, 
1911 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 19. 

25b. Annual Report of the Topographical Surveys Branch, Department of the Interior, 
1910-11 Printed for distribution and sessional p .per;. 

25d. Report of progress of stream measurements for the calendar year 1910. 

Printed for distribution and sessional paper's. 
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 19— Continued. 

26. Summary Report of the Geological Survey Branch, Department of Mines, for calendar 

year 1911 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

26a. Summary Report of the Mines Branch Department of Mines, for the calendar year 

1910. Presented by Hon. Mr. Nantel, 11th January, 1912. _, , 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLTTME 20. 

27. Report of the Department of Indian Afiairs for the year ended Slst March, 1911. Pre- 

sented by Hon. Mr. Rogers, 11th January, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

28. Report of the Northwest Mounted Police, for year 1911. Presented by Rt. Hon. Mr. 

Borden, 10th January, 1912 Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21. 

29. Report of the Secretary of State of Canada for year ended 31st March, 1911. Pre- 

sented by Hon. Mr. Roche, 30th November, 1911 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

29b. Report of the Secretary of State for External Afiairs for the fiscal year ended 31st 
March, 1911. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, 11th January, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers 

30. Civil Service List of Canada, 1911. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche, 30th March, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 22. 

31. Report of the Civil Service Commission of Canada for the period from 1st September 

to 31st August, 1911. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roclie, 12lli January, 1912. 

Printed for dtstribiition and sessional papers. 

32. Annual Report of the Department of Public Printing and Stationery for the year 

ended 31st March. 1911. Presented by Hon. Mr. Roche. 6th March, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

33. Report of the Joint Librarians of Parliament for the year 1911. Presented by Hon. 

The Speaker, 16th November, 1911 Printed for sessional papers. 

33a. Report of the Joint Committee Library of Parliament for year 1911. Presented by 
Hon.. The Speaker, 18th March, 1912 Printed for sessional papers. 

34. Report of the Minister of Justice as to Penitentiaries in Canada for fiscal year ended 

31st March, 1911. Presented by Hon. Mr. Doherty, 10th January, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

35. Report of the Militia Council for the fiscal year ending 31st March, 1911. Presented 

by Hon. Mr, Hughes, 8th February, 1912. 

Prir^ted for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 23. 

36. Report of the Department of Labour for year ending 31st March, 1911. Presented by 

Hon. Mr. Crothers, 12th January, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

36a. Fourth Report of Proceedings under the Industrial Disputes Investigation Act, 1907. 
Presented by Hon. Mr. Crothers, 12th January, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

36c. Report of proceedings under the Combines Investigation Act, for the year ended 31st 
March, 1911. Presented by Hon. Mr. Crothers, 10th January, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2Z— Continued. 

37. Report of the Transcontinental Railway Commission for year ending 31st March, 1911. 

Presented by Hon. Mr. Cochrane.. ..Presented for distribution and sessional papers. 

38. Report of the Department of the Naval Service, foi the fiscal year ending 31st March, 

1911. Presented 10th January, 1912, by Hon. Mr. Hazen. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24. 

39. Statement of Governor GeneraFs Warrants issued since the last Session of Parliament 

on account of 1911-12. Presented 20th November, 1911, by Hon. Mr. White. 

Not printed. 

40. Copy of Order in Council, dated 7th August, 1911, re "Extra Pay of Officers, and Men 

serving in the Naval Service of Canada." 

Copy of Order in Council, dated 10th August, 1911, re "Payment to Ministers of 
Religion of various denominations for religious ministration to Officers and Men 
belonging to the Naval Feces of Canada." 

Copy of Order in Council, dated 18th October, 1911, re "Regulations for the entry 
of Naval Cadets for the Naval Service." 

Copy of Order in Council, dated 25th October. 1911, re "Regulations for Courts 
Martial." Presented 20th November, 1911, by Hon. Mr. Hazen Not printed. 

40a. Copy of Order in Council, dated 7th August, 1911, re "Consolidated Allowance in lieu 
of Lodging, Provisions, Fnel, Light, &c., for the Naval Service of Canada." Pre- 
sented 29th November, 1911 by Hon. Mr. Hazen Not printed. 

40b. Copy of Order in Council, No. P.C. 2843, dated 16th December, 1911 — "Regulations re 
Distinguishing Flag and Pendants to be flown by the Ships of the Royal Canadian 
Navy." Presented 1st January. 1912, by Hon. Mr. Hazen Not printed. 

40c. Copy of Order in Council, dated 27th January, 1912, re Gratuities to Widows of 
Seamen, killed on duty. Presented 8th February, by Hon. Mr. Hazen.. ATof printed. 

40d. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 29th Nov- 
ember, 1911, for a copy of all Correspondence between His Majesty's Government io 
Canada and His Majesty's Government in liugland, subsequent to the last Imperial 
Conference, concerning the Naval Service of Canada, or in any way connected with it. 
Presented 15th February, 1912.— Mr. Lemieux. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

40e. Copy of Order in Council P.C, 16/168, dated 27th January, 1912, re Daily Rates of 
Pay and allowances for Bandsmen in the Royal Canadian Navy. — (Senate). 

Not printed. 

4Mf. Copy of Order in Council No. P.C. 186, 30th January, 1912, re transfer of certain 
Naval Reserve Lands by the Imperial Government to the Dominion Government and 
the reservation of the same for Naval and Military purposes.— (/Senate.). .iVof printed. 

4O3. Copy of Order in Council P.C, 16/168 dated 27th January, 1912, re Daily Rates of Pay 
and Allowances for Bandsmen in the Royal Canadian Navy. Presented 27 February, 

1912, by Hon. Mr. Hazen Not printed. 

40/i. Copy of Order in Council No. P.C. 196, dated 30th January, 1912, re transfer of certain 

Naval Reserve Lands by the Imperial Government to ths Dominion Government and 
the reservation of the same for Naval and Military purposes. Presented 27th Feb 

ruary, 1912, by Hon. Mr. Hazen Not printed. 

40i. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of the memor- 
andum of Admiral Kingsmill, dated 9th October, 1911, referred to by the Minister 
of Marine and Fisheries in answer to a question put to him on the 15th January, 

1912. Presented, 11th March. 1912, by Hon. Mr. Hazen Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2i— Continued. 

41. Statement of Superannuation and Retiring Allowances in the Civil Service during the 

year ended 31st December, 1911, showing name, rank, salary, service, allowance and 
cause of retirement of each person superannuated or retired; also, whether vacancy 
filled by promotion or by new appointment, and salary of any new appointee. Pre- 
sented 20th November, 1911, by Hon. Mr. White Not printed. 

42. Statement of Expenditure on account of "Miscellaneous Unforeseen Expenses," from 

the 1st April, 1911, to the 16th November, 1911, in accordance with the Appropriation 
Act of 1911. Presented 20th November, 1911, by Hon. Mr. White f^ot printed. 

43. Civil Service Insurance Act. Statement concerning. Presented 20th November, 1912. 

Not printed. 

44. Return, in pursuance of Section 16 of the Government Annuities Act, 1908, containing 

Statement of the business done during the fiscal year ending 31st March, 1911. Pre- 
sented 2l8t November, 1911, by Hon. Mr. Foster Not printed. 

44a. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated 8th February, showing: — 1. The number of 
persons who have been appointed to the position of lecturers upon the subject of 
Annuities under chapter 5, 7-8 Edward VII, "An Act to authorize the issue of Govern- 
ment Annuities for Old Age and Amendments thereto." 2. The names of such 
lecturers, the amount of salary paid to each, of travelling Rxpenses or payments for 
any other service rendered in connection therewith. 3. The number of clerks and 
others employed in connection with the organization and putting into force the pro- 
visions of the Annuities Act ; and the salaries and wages paid to each one so employed. 
4. The total expense incurred in the organization of Annuities Branch of the Pub- 
lic Service, to the end of December, 1911. — (Senate) Not printed. 

44b. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated Gth February, 1912, showing: — 1. The number 
of annuitants and parties having made payments on account of purchase of same up 
to the 1st February, 1912. 2. The amount of money paid in to the same date. 3. The 
number of contracts for annuities entered into in each month from the 1st January, 
1911, to the 1st February, 1912. 4. The number of letters received by the officials in 
charge of the Annuities Branch during same period? — {The Senate.).. ..Not printed. 

45. Report of the proceedings for the preceding year of the Commisioners of Internal 

Economy of the House of Commons, pursuant to Rule 9. Presented 24th November, 
1911, by Hon. The Speaker Not printed. 

46. Copies of General Orders promulgated to the Militia for the period between 1st Novem- 

ber, 1910, and 2nd November, 1911, inclusive. Presented 24th November, 1911, by Hon. 
Mr. Hughes Not printed. 

47. Report of the Commission of Conservation on the Water-Powers of Canada. Presented 

28th November, 1911, by Hon. Mr. Burrell Not printed. 

48. Return respecting Trade Unions under Chap. 125, R.S.C., 1906. Presented 30th Novem- 

ber, 1911, by Hon. Mr. Roche Not printed. 

49. Detailed statement of all bonds or securities registered in the Department of the Secre- 

tary of State of Canada, since last return (29th November, 1910), submitted to the 
Parliament of Canada, under Section 32 of Chap. 19, R.S.C., 1906. Presented 30th 
November, 1911. — Hon. Mr. Roche Not printed. 

50. Statement of Receipts and Expenditures of the National Battlefields Commission to 

31st March, 1911. Presented 30th November, 1911.— Fori. Mr. White. 

Printed for sessional papers. 
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CONTENTS OF VOLTIME 2i— Continued. 

51. Statements of Receipts and Expenditures of the Ottawa Improvement Commission to 

31st March, 1911. Presented 30th November, 1911.— Bon. Mr. White Not printed. 

51a. Return respecting work done by Ottawa Improvement Commission for beautifying of 
Ottawa.— (5ir Wilfrid Laurier.) Presented 22nd February, 1912. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

51b. Report of the Ottawa Improvement Commission for the fiscal year ending 31st March, 
1911. Presented by Hon. Mr. White, 18th March, 1912 Not printed. 

52. Statement of the affairs of the Royal Society of Canada, for the year ended 30th April, 

1911. Presented 30th November, im.—Hon. Mr. White Not printed. 

53. Regulations under "The Destructive Insect and Pest Act."— (For distribution). Pre- 

sented 1st December, 1911.— Hon. Mr. Burrell 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

54. Return of Orders in Council passed regulations and forms prescribed between the 1st 

October, 1910, and 30th September, 1911, in accordance with the provisions of Section 
57 of the Irrigation Act, Chapter 61 Revised Statutes of Canada, 1906. Presented 1st 
December, 1911. — Hon. Mr. Foster Not printed. 

55. Return of Orders in Council passed between the 1st of October, 1910, and the 31st July, 

1911, in accordance with the provisions of Section 5 of the Dominion Lands Survey 
Act, Chapter 21. 7-8 Edward VII. Presented Ist December, 1911.— Hon. Mr. Foster. 

Not priyited. 

55a. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette, 
between 1st October, 1910, and 31st July, 1911, in accordance with the provisions of 
Section 77 of the Dominion Lands Act, Chapter 20 of the Statutes of Canada, 1908. 
Presented 1st December, 1911.— ffon. Mr. Foster Not printed. 

55b. Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada Gazette and 
in the British Columbia Gazette, between 1st October, 1910, and 31st July, 1911, in 
accordance with provisions of Sub-section (d) of Section 38 of the regulations for the 
survey, administration, disposal and management of Dominion Lands within the 40- 
mile Railway Belt in the Province of British Columbia. Presented 1st December, 
1911.— Hon. Mr. Foster Not printed. 

55c. Supplementary Return of Certain Orders in Council in accordance with the provisions 
of Section 77 of the Dominion Lands Act, Chapter 20 of the Statutes of Canada, 1908. — 
(Senate.) Not printed. 

55d. Supplementary Return of Orders in Council which have been published in the Canada 
Gazette, between 1st August, 1911, and 15th November, 1911, in accordance with the 
provisions of Section 77 of the Dominion Lands Act, Chapter 20 of the Statutes of 
Canada, 1908. Presented 7th February, 1912 Not printed. 

56. Return of Orders in Council passed between the 1st October, 1910, and the 30th Septem- 

ber, 1911, in accordance with the provisions of the Forest Reserve Act, Section 19, of 
Chapter 10, 1-2 George V. Presented 1st December, 1911.— Hon. Mr. Foster. 

Not printed. 

56i. Ketnrn of Orders in Council passed between the 1st Oceober, 1910, and the 30th Septem- 
ber, 1911, in accordance with the provisions of the Rocky Mountain Park Act, 
Section 5 of Chapter 60, Revised Statutes of Canada. Presented 1st December, 1911. 

—Hon. Mr. Foster Xot printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2^—Ccntinued. 

57. Return (in so far as the Department of the Interior is concerned) of Copies of all 

Orders in Council, plans, papers, and correspondence which are required to be pre- 
sented to the House of Commons, under a Resolution passed on 20th February, 1882, 
since the date of the last return, under such Resolution. Presented 5th December, 
1911.— Hon. Mr. Rogers Not printed. 

58. Statement of Expenditure as bounty to deep-sea fishermen for the year 1910-11, pur- 

suant to Chapter 46 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, 1906, intituled: "An Act to 
encourage the development of the Sea Fisheries and the building of Fishing Vessels." 
Presented 5th December, 1911.— Hon. Mr. Eazen Not printed. 

59. Communication from the Right Honourable Baron Strathcona and Mount Royal, 

G.C.M.G., &e., on the subject of cheaper transmission of press cablegrams, &c.— 
{Sessional papers). Presented 7th December, 1911.— Hon. Mr. Borden. 

Printed for sessional papers. 

60. Report of the Commissioner, Dominion Police Force, for the year 1911. Presented 10th 

January, 1912.— Hon. Mr. Doherty Not printed. 

61. Return to an Order of the House of the 27th February, 1911, showing all Statiites, 

regulations, reports and proceedings in the courts of the United States or in the 
counts of any of the respective States, and all other documents, papers and informa- 
tion of every kind touching or concerning the methods and operations of the meat 
trust and other trusts and combines in the United States, and touching the results 
both to the producer and to the consumer of such methods and operations, including 
all departmental proceedings and reports and other proceedings and reports of the 
Government of the United States or of any department thereof with respect to the 

matters aforesaid, and in general all available information in respect to the oper- 
ations of such trusts and combines in the United States. Presented, 10th January, 
1912. — Mr. Meighen Printed for sessional papers. 

62. Return to an Order of the House of the 29th November, 1911, for a copy of all papers, 

letters, telegrams, and other documents in connection with the acceptance of a tender 
of the McDiarmid Company, Limited, for the construction of the Moosejaw public 
building, and the cessation of all construction thereof. Presented 10th January, 
1912.— Mr. Knoules Not printed. 

62a. Return to an Order of the House of the 29th November, 1911, for a copy of all papers, 
telegrams, reports and other documents in connection with the proposed erection of 
a public building in the town of Aurora. Presented 10th January, 1912.— Mr. Arm- 
strong (York) A^of printed. 

63. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th December, 1911, for a detailed statement 

of the expenses incurred and paid for the Exposition at Paris in 1900, under the title 
of payments of the Colonial Committee for space, &c., $87,000 {See report of the 
Auditor General, 1899,D— 15). Presented 10th January, 1912.— M--. Paquet. 

Not printed. 

64. Return to an Order of the House of the 6th December, 1911, showing the expenditure 

for printing pamphlets, circulars and literature with a view to promoting immigra- 
tion to Canada during each of the years from and inchiding 1900 to 1911; and the 
expenditure in the interests of each province for printing pamphlets, circulars and 
literature entirely devoted to each province during each of the years from and includ- 
ing the year 1900 to 1911 ; and also, whether the printing was done by contract or 
under what arrangement and the rate charged. Presented lOth January, 1912.— Mr. 

Sutherland Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24r— Continued. 

64:a. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 30th Novem- 
ber, 1911, for a copy of all Orders in Council and other papers relating to the appoint- 
ment of Arthur Hawkes as a special commissioner in the immigration branch of the 
Interior Department. Presented 10th January. 1912.— Mr. Oliver Not printed. 

65. Certified copy of a Report of the Committee of the Privy Council, approved by His 
Royal Highness the Governor General on the 21st December, 1911, appointing 
Messieurs Alfred Bishop Morine, Guillaume Narcise Ducharme and Richard Stuart 
Lake, a Royal Commission to investigate and inquire into the operation of the various 
departments of the government, with a view to securing increased efficiency and a 
more thorough organization and co-ordination in the said departments. Presented 
10th January, 1912.— Bf. Hon. Mr. Borden Not printed. 

65. Certified copy of a Report of the Committee of the Privy Council, approved by His 

Royal Highness the Governor General on the 29th January, 1912, relative to the 
appointment of two commissioners, namely: Mr. F. C. Gutelius, C.E., of Montreal, 
and Mr. George Lynch Staunton, K.C., of Hamilton, to investigate all matters bear- 
ing on the actual construction of the National Transcontinental Railway between 
Moncton and Winnipeg. Presented Gth February, 1912.— i?on. Mr. Cochrane. 

Not printed. 

656. Certified copy of a Report of the Committee of the Privy Council, approved by His 
Royal Highness the Governor General on the 12th February, 1912, appointing the 
Hon. Sir William Ralph Meredith, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas Division of 
the High Court of Justice of Ontario, a commissioner to inquire into all the circum- 
stances connected with the organization, management, operation and failure of the 
Farmer's Bank of Canada. Presented 13th February, 1912.— Hon. Mr. White. 

Not printed. 

66. Return to an Order of the House of the 30th November, 1911, for a copy of all papers, 

telegrams, reports and other documents in connection with the interpretation and 
enforcement of the duties on lumber, together with a copy of all instructions or 
other communications addressed by circular or otherwise to Collectors of Customs, 
and a copy of any minute or minutes or rulings or decisions of the Board of Customs 
during the year 1911. Presented 10th January, 1912.— Mr. Knoules Not printed. 

67. Certified copy of a Report of the Committee of the Privy Council, approved by His 

Royal Highness the Governor General on the 21st November, 1911, providing for the 
transfer of the Government Annuities Branch from the Department of Trade and 
Commerce to the Post Office Department. Presented 10th January, 1912. — Hon. Mr. 
Pelletier Not printed. 

68. Return relating to lands sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company during the 

year which ended the 1st October, 1911. Presented 11th January, 1912.— Hon. Mr. 
Rogers Not printed. 

68a. Return under the provisions of Section 8 of 49 Victoria, Chapter 9, being a list of 
lands in the "Irrigation Block" of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company in the 
province of Alberta, sold by that company during the year which ended on the Isfc 
October, 1911. Presented 13th March, 1912 Not printed. 

68b. Return under the provisions of Section 8 of 49 Victoria, Chapter 9, being a list of 
lands in the province of Alberta, sold by the Canadian Pacific Railway Company 
during the year which ended on the 1st October, 1911. Presented 13th March, 1912. 

Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24^Continued. 

69. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th December, 1911, for a copy of all agree- 

ments between the Minister of Railways of Canada and any of the Brotherhood 
Unions or organizations of the employees of the Interclonial Railway since 1898. Pre- 
sented 15th January, 1912. — Mr. Maclean (Halifax) Not printed. 

70. Return to an Order of the House of the 29th November, 1911, showing: — 1. What per- 

sons were appointed to positions in the several departments between the date of the 
dissolution of the last parliament and the 31st September last. 2. On whose recom- 
mendation such appointments were made, and the salary attached to each position. 
3. What appointments were made in the -several departments between the 21st day of 
September last and tlie date of rhe resignation of the Laurier Ministry, on whose 
recommendation in each case and the salary of each appointee. Presented 15th Jan- 
uary, 1912. — Mr. Edwards Not printed. 

70a. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd January, 1912, for a Return showing 
how many appointments have been made in the Department of Public Works and 
Post Office since the 7th day of October, 1911, in the inside service, and in the outside 
service respectively. Presented 12th February, 1912. — Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

71. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 30th Novem- 

ber, 1911, for a copy of all documents, &c., necessary to bring up to date the state- 
ment regarding the matters covered by Sessional Paper 109 of the Session of 1910-11 
in reference to Canadian-Australain Trade. —Mr. Ames. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

■■71a. Return to an Order of the House of the lOth January, 1912, for a copy of all papers 
and correspondence relating to the negotiations that have been opened by the govern- 
ment for improved trade arrangements with the British West Indies and British 
Guiana. Presented 26th January, 1912.— Jfr. Murphy. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

72. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 29th Novem- 

ber, 1911, for a copy of all correspondence consisting of letters or telegrams, between 
the Salisbury and Harvey Railway Company or any officer thereof or any person, 
and the Minister of Railways or any other member of the government or any other 
person, and the Minister of Railways and Canals, relating to the re-opening of that 
portion of the railway of the said company between Hillsborough and Albert, and 
the supplying of rails and other materials for the purpose of repairing and improv- 
ing the same, and also, of any Orders in Council, agreements and other documents 
relating thereto. Presented 15th January, 1912. — Mr. Pugsley Not printed. 

72a. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 4th Decem- 
ber, 1911, for a copy of all papers, correspondence and Orders in Council in connec- 
tion with the awarding of the contract for the building of the Hudson Bay Railway, 
and of all orders suspending work on the same. Presented 15th January, 1912. — Mr. 
Neely Not printed. 

72b. Return to an Order of the House of the 29th November, 1911, for a statement showing 
the amount of money paid by the Dominion Government to each of the railways in 
the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia and in the 
Northwest Territories by way of subsidies, and adding thereto the value of lands 
given as subsidies on the basis of one dollar per acre. Presented 15th January, 1912. — 

Mr. McCraney Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24^C ontinued. 

72c. Return to an Address to His Eoyal Highness the Governor General 30th November, 
1911, for a copy of all Orders in Council, petitions, telegrams, letters, agreements, 
correspondence and all other documents generally in connection with the proposed 
branch line or lines of railway to connect Montreal with the National Transcontin- 
ental Railway. Presented 15th January, 1912. — Mr. Lapointe {Montreal) 

Not printed. 

72d. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 4th Decem- 
ber, 1911, for a copy of all papers, correspondence and Orders in Council in connection 
with the awarding of the contract for the building of the Transcontinental Railway 
Station at Quebec, and all orders suspending work on the same. Presented 15th 
January, 1912. — Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

72e. Statement of work done on the National Transcontinental Railway — Eastern Division 
— to 31st December, 1911, and estimate of cost of completion. I'resented 16th Feb- 
ruary, 1912 — Hon. Mr. Cochrane Not printed. 

72/. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 
ments and of all the correspondence exchanged between A. E. Doucet, district engi- 
neer, on district B of the Transcontinental Railway, and of all other persons, relating 
to the selection of sites for railway stations in the parishes of St. Damien and St.i 
Cajetan d'Armagh, in the county of Bellechasse. Presented, 18th March, 1912.— Uoh. 
Mr. Cochrane Not printed. 

72g. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 31st Jan- 
uary, 1912, for a copy of all minutes of proceedings, records, orders, instructions or 
other writings made and had, or given or authorized to be made, had or given by 
the Board of National Transcontinental Railway Commissioners, from the date of the 
appointment of Mr. R. W. Leonard, as a member of the said Board and chairman 
thereof, to the present date; also of all letters, telegrams, instructions or other docu- 
ments made or had or passed, since the said appointment, by and between the Min- 
ister of Railways and Canals, or other members of the government, or by any person 
by authority of the government, and the said Chairman of the Board of National 
Transcontinental Railway Commissioners, or the Secretary of said Board; also of 
any Orders in Council relating to the appointment of an asistant chairman or an 
assistant to the chairman of said Board, together with a copy of all letters, papers, 
instructions or documents relating thereto; as well as a statement of all payments of 
monies in the way of salaries or compensation made to the incumbent of the office of 
assistant chairman or assistant to the chairman of said Board, and of all papers, 
letters or instructions made, written or received by the said minister or the said 
chairman, relating to or in any way connected with the payment or authorization 
of said salary or compensation. Presented 20th March, 1912. — Hon. Mr. Cochrane. 

Not printed. 

72h. Interim Report of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, being for the 
nine months ended 31st December, 1911. Presented 22nd March, 1912, by Hon. Mr. 
Cochrane Not printed. 

73. Return to an Order of the House of Commons of the 29th November, 1911 (so far as 
the Department of Agriculture is concerned), for a copy of all letters, telegrams, 
memorials, resolutions and other documents in the hands of the government, or any 
department thereof, in connection with the taking of the census in the city of 
Regina, and all complaints and protests in connection with the same; also, all 
departmental instructions, memoranda, reports and other documents. Presented 15th 

January, 1912.— Mr. Knowles Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24^Continved. 

74. Return showing: — 1. The number of messengers in the House of Commons during the 

last session of the last parliament. 2. The names of the said messengers and the 
dates of their respective appointments. 3. The number of these messengers who have 
been relieved from service, their names, at whose request, for what reasons 
and on what date. 4. By whom have they been replaced. 5. Where are the resi- 
dences of the new messengers and by whom were they recommended. 6. How many 
French Canadians hve been dismissed nd by whom have they been replaced. Pre- 
sented 17th January, 1912.— Hon. Mr. Speaker Not printed. 

75. Ordinances of the Yukon Territory passed by the Yiikon Council in the year 1911. Pre- 

sented 17th January, 1912, by Hon. Mr. Roche Not printed. 

76. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 4th Decem- 

ber, 1911, for a copy of all correspondence with and from the Secretary of State for 
the Colonies, or other minister of the Imperial government, in relation to the passage 
of legislation providing for uniformity in naturalization throughout the empire since 
the sittings of the Imperial Conference in June last. Presented 19th January, 1912. — 
Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

77. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 7th Decem- 

ber, 1910, for a copy of the Report of the Imperial Defence Committee of the Privy 
Council in England concerning the defence of the empire, communicated to the Can- 
rdiau Government, and of the despatches and correspondence exchanged between the 
Imperial and the Canadian Governments relating to the said report. Presented 22nd 
January, 1912.— Hon. Mr. Monk Not printed. 

78. Return called for by Section 88 of Chapter 62, R.S.C., requiring that the Minister of 

the Interior shall laj before parliament, each year, a Return of liquor brought from 
any place out of Canada into the Territories, by special permission in writing of the 
Commissioner of the Northwest Territories. Presented 22nd January, 1912.— Hon. 
Mr. Rogers Not printed. 

79. Return to an Order of the House of the 17th January, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 

resolutions, telegrams and other communications or memorials in connection with 
the removal from the Moosejaw Land OflBce, of John Rutherford, lands agent, and 
the appointment (either temporary or permanent) of a new incumbent of the office. 
Presented 23rd January, 1912. — Mr. Knowles Not printed. 

79a. Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, reports, papers and correspondence, petitions or memoranda presented to 
the Government, or the Department of Public Works, or any official thereof, in con- 
nection with the dismissal of Captain Peter Decoste from the dredge Cape Breton. 
Presented 26th January, 1912. — Mr. Chisholm {Antigonish) Not printed. 

79b. Return to an Order of the House of the 17th January, 1912, for a copy of all petitions, 
' letters, telegrams and other documents in the possession of the Department of Public 
Works relating to the dismissal of Roderick Sutherland, caretaker of the public 
building at Canso, Nova Scotia. Presented 26th January, 1912. — Mr. Sinclair. 

Not printed. 

79c. Retnrn to an Order of the House of the 17th January, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
reports or other documents, relating to the removal from office of Mr. Eugene Bald- 
win, late of the Customs Service at Coaticook, Quebec. Presented 30th January, 1912. 

— Mr. McLean {Halifax) Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2^—Continup.d. 

79d. Eeturn to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, letters, petitions, reports, recommendations, declarations, proceedings of 
inquiry and all other documents relating to the dismissal of Medric Picotte as mess- 
enger of the House of Commons and the appointment of his successor, Henry Cof&n. 
Presented 7th February, 1912.— Mr. Seguin Not prinied. 

79e. Eeturn to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 5th Feb- 
ruary, 1912, for a copy of all letters, complaints, charges, telegrams, petitions, 
memorials. Orders in Council or other documents in the possession or under control 
of the government, relating to the dismissal of William A. Hattie, from the position 
of Preventive OfBcer at Mulgrave, Nova Scotia, and relating to the appointment of 
a man to fill the vacancy caused by such dismissal. Presented 12th February, 1912.— 
Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

79/. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
complaints, telegrams, evidence, reports, or other papers, relating to charges against 
Robert Leithead, James Blair, Duncan Gillis and Calvin McKenzie, all employees of 
the Intercolonial Railway in the county of Pictou, for partizanship and to the inves- 
tigation of said charges. Presented 14th February, 1912.— Mr. Macdonald..Not printed. 

79g. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th January, for a copy of all letters, tele- 
grams and all other documents, and of all complaints and charges, in any way relat- 
ing to the suspension of Joseph Venoit, checker on the Intercolonial Railway at 
Pictou, Nova Scotia. Presented 14th February, 1912.- Mr. Macdonald...Not printed. 

79h. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th February, 1912, for a copy of all charges,, 
letters, and other documents relating to complaints against John Connolly, of New 
Glasgow, coal inspector, for partizanship, the evidence taken in the investigation 
before H. P. Duchemin, and all other papers in connection therewith. Presented 
l4th February, 1912.— Mr. Macdon aid Not printed. 

•/9i. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, petitions, complaints, charges or other documents in the possession of the 
Department of Customs relating to the dismissal of S. M. Ferguson, Preventive Officer 
at Oyster Ponds, county of Guysborough, Nova Scotia, and relating to an appointment 
of a man to fill the vacancy cause by such dismissal. Presented 19th February, 1912. 
—Mr. Sinclair .. ..Not printed. 

79i. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd January, 1912, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence, letters, telegrams or other documents relating to the dismissal of P. J. 
Veniot, Collector of Custotms at Bathurst, New Brunswick, and the appointment 
either permanent or temporary of his successor. Presented 19th February, 1912. — 
■ Mr. Turgeon Not printed. 

79fc. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th February, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, petitions, charges, complaints, reports and other documents relating to 
the dismissal of Luke Day, (of the Department of Public Works), of North Sydney, 
Cape Breton. Presented 19th February, 1912.— Mr. McKenzie Not printed. 

79?. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence addressed to the Minister of Public Works in connection with the dismissal 
of George T. Harbour, superintendent of the work at the deep water wharf at Gaspe. 

Presented 22nd February, 1912.— Mr. Lemievx Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOITTME 24:— Continued. 

79m. Keturn to an Order of the House of the 12th February, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, petitions, charges, complaints, reports and other documents relating to the 
dismissal of D. McDonald, Esquire, M.U. (of the Department of Indian Affairs), of 
Baddeck, Cape Breton. Presented 26th February, 1912.— Mr. McKenzie. .Not printed. 

79n. Eeturn to an Order of the House of the 19th February, 1912, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence, petitions, requests, complaints, or other documents in the possession of the 
government, or any department thereof, relating to the dismissal of George Cavanagh 
from the Customs Service at New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. Presented 27th February, 
1912.— Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

79o. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th February, 1912. for a copy of all charges, 
letters and documents of every kind with respect to the dismissal of John W. Bohan 
from the position of Preventive Customs Officer at Bath, in the county of Carleton, 
province of New Brunswick ; also, a copy of all references for an investigation on any 
charges, if any, and a copy of all evidence adduced thereat, together with the recom- 
mendation of the official making such investigations. Presented 27th February, 1912.— 
Mr. Carvell Not printed. 

79p. Eeturn to an Order of the House of the 19th February, 1912, for a copy of all papers, 
letters, documents, &c., relating to the dismisasl of Hector Hamel, assistant 
appraiser at the Montreal Custom House; and also, relating to his subsequent 
appointment as preventive officer. Presented 27th February, 1912.— Mr. Lemievx. 

Not printed. 

79q. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 12th Feb- 
ruary, 1912, for a copy of all letters, telegrams, petitions, charges, complaints. Orders 
in Council, reports or other documents in the possession of the Department of Cus- 
toms relating to the dismissal of Lyman C Smith from the Customs Collectorship at 
Oshawa, Ontario. Presented 27th February, 1912.— Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

79r. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of the petitions 
forwarded to the Minister of Public Woi-ks praying for the dismissal of Michael Cam- 
peau, and the appointment of Honore Paquette, as caretaker of the Postal Station in 
Laurier Ward, Montreal. Presented 1st March, 1912.— Mr. Lemieux.. ..Not printed. 

79s. Eeturn to an Order of the House of the 19th* February, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, letters, telegrams, requests, reports, recommendations and correspondence, 
regarding the removal or dismissal of Alexander R. McAdam, Fishery Officer for the 
county of Antigonish, and the appointment of a successor to him Presented 4th 
March, 1912.— Mr. Cliisholm (Antigonish) Not printed. 

79t. Return to an Order of the House of the Uth February, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
correspondence, petitions, recommendations, complaints and other documents in the 
possession of the Department of Marine and Fisheries, relating to the dismissal of 
Fishery Guardians in the county of Guysborough, Nova Scotia. Presented 4th March, 
1912— Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

79u. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th February, 1912, for a copy of all corre- 
spondence, petitions, complaints, charges, or other documents in the possession of the 
Department of Marine and Fisheries, relating to the dismissal of Edward Kelly from 
the position of engineer at the Reduction Works at Canso, Nova Scotia. Presented 

4th March, 1912.— Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24^Continued. 

79r. Return to au Order of the House of the 19th February, 1912, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence, petitions, complaints, charges or other documents in the possession of the 
Marine and Fisheries Department relating to the dismissal of David S. Hendsbee 
from the position of weigher at the Reduction Works at Canso, Nova Scotia. Pre- 
sented 4th March, 1912.— Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

79w. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, letters, requests, reports, recommendations and evidence taken under investi- 
gation by Dr. Shurtleff, relating to the dismissal of Anson Sheltus, of St. Armand 
Station, county of Missisquoi, a Preventive Officer of the Customs Department. Pre- 
sented 5th March, 1912.— Mr. Kay Not printed. 

79a;. Return to an Order of the Senate da*ed the 30th January, 1912, calling for copies of 
all letters, papers or other documents in the hands of the government relating to the 
proposed removal of John Park, postmaster at Orangeville, Ontario. — (Senate.) 

79y. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, letters, requests, reports, telegrams, recommendation and memoranda relating 
to the dismissal of James McPhee as Customs Officer at West Bay, Nova Scotia, and 
the appointment of a successor. Presented 6th March, 1912. — Mr. Chisholm (Inver- 
ness) Not printed. 

79z. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, letters, requests, reports, recommendations and memoranda relating to the 
dismissal of Allan Kennedy as General Government Telegraph Repairer, Inverness 
county, and the appointment of his successor. Presented 7th March, 1912. — Mr. Chis- 
holm (Inverness) Not printed. 

79«a. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, letters, requests, reports and recommendations relating to the dismissal of 
Wenceslas Lebel, of Kamouraska, as preventive officer of the Customs Department. 
Presented 12th March, 1912. — Mr. Lapointe (Kamouraska) Not printed. 

79bb. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
complaints, charges and other documents connected with or giving any information 
as to the discharge of Thomas Hale, of Westville, Nova Scotia, as correspondent for 
the Labour Gazette. Presented 12th March, 1912.— Mr. Macdonald.. ..Not printed. 

79cc. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th February, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
petitions, charges, complaints and other documents in the possession of the govern- 
ment or any department thereof, relating to the dismissal of William A. Gerrior, 
customs preventive officer at Larry's River, N.S., and to the appointment of his 
successor. Presented 22nd March, 1912.— Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

77dd. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, letters, requests, reports and recommendations relating to the dismissal of 
Auguste Hibert as postmaster at St. Pascal, county of Kamouraska. Presented 19th 
March, 1912.— Mr. Lapointe (Kamouraslca) Not printed. 

79ee. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, letters, requests, reports and recommendations relating to the dismissal of 
Luc Lizotte as postmaster at St. Pacome, county of Kamouraska. Presented 19th 
March, 1912.— Mr. Lapointe (Kamouraska) Not printed. 

79//. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th February, 1912, for a copy of all cor- 
respondence, petitions, complaints or other dcuments in the possession of the Post 
Office Department, relating to the dismissal of Captain Alex. Roberts, postmaster at 
Canso, N.S., and the appointment of his successor. Presented 19th March, 1912.— 

Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24^Continued. 

79gg. Return to an Order of the House of the I2th February, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, reports, letters, complaints, &c., relating to the dismissal in 1896, of H. St. 
Amour, postmaster at St. Amour, county of Prescott, and the appointment of his 
successor. Presented 19th March, 1912.— -V?-. ProuJx Not printed. 

79hli. Eeturn to an Order of the House of the 7th February, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, petitions, complaints or other documents relating to the dismissal of W. 
H. Harris, postmaster, at White Head, N.S., and relating to the appointment of his 
successor. Presented 19th March, 1912. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

79a'. Eeturn to an Order of the House of the 7th February, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, petitions, charges, complaints, reports and other documents in the posses- 
sion of the Post Office Department relating to the proposed dismissal of James 
McGrath, postmaster at A --pen, Xova Scotia. Presented 19th March, 1912. — Mr. Sin- 
clair Xot printed. 

79jj. Eeturn to an Order of the House of the 7th February, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, papers, petitions, letters, &c., relating to the dismissal of Louis Girard, post- 
master at Ste. Anglele de Merici, county of Eimouski, and relating to the appoint- 
ment of his successor. Presented 19th March, 1912. — Mr. Lapointe (Kamouraska). 

Not printed. 

79hk. Eeturn to an Order of the House of the 22nd .January, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
reports or other documents relating to the removal from office on 1st May, 1903, of 
John Fraser, postmaster of Stellarton, Xova Scotia. Presented 19th March, 1912.— 
Mr. Macdonald Not prinferf. 

79/Z. Eeturn to an Address to His Eoyal Highness the Governor General of the 17th Jan- 
uary, 1912, for a copy of all petitions, requests, letters, recommendations. Orders in 
Council or other papers or documents in the possession or under the control of the 
Honourable the Postmaster General or the Post Office Department, relating to the 
dismissal of John M. Eogers, postmaster at East Eoman Valley, X.S. Presented 19th 
March, 1912. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

79mm. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of all cor- 
respondence and papers in connection -with the appointment and subsequent dismissal 
of Eugene Guimond, as postmaster at St. Angele, county of Eimouski. Presented 20th 
March, 1912.— If r. Lemieux Not printed. 

79nn. Eeturn to an Order of the House of the 28th February, 1912, for a copy of all charges 
made against Dougald E. Boyle, officer at West Arichat, Xova Scotia, and of all cor- 
respondence and telegrams between the Department of Marine and Fisheries or any 
official thereof and any other person in relation thereto. Presented 21st March, 1912. — 
Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

79oo. Eeturn to an Order of the House of the 28th February, 1912, for a copy of all charges 
made against Dr. J. E. McLeod, port physician at Port Hawkesbury, X.S., the evi- 
dence taken before H. P. Duchemin in support of such charges, and his report on the 
same, and of all correspondence and telegrams between the said H. P. Duchemin and 
the Department of Marine and Fisheries or any official thereof in relation thereto. 
Presented 21st March, 1912.— 3fr. Kyte Not printed. 

79pp. Eeturn to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1912, for a copy of all documents, 
correspondence, inquiries, accusations, petitions and reports in the Department of 
Railways and Canals, referring to the dismissal of Mr. Theophile Morice, an officer 
over the delivery of the coal of the Intercolonial Eailway at Eiviere du Loup. Pre 

sented 21st March, 1912.— Mr. Gauvreau Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24:— Continued. 

79qq. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th January, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
requests, petitions, telegrams, complaints or charges received by the Post Office De- 
partment since 10th October, 1911, relating to the postmaster at Glenelg, N.S. Pre- 
sented 22nd March, 1912.— Mr. Sinclair Not prinied. 

79rr. Eeturn to an Order of the House of the 18th March, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, complaints and other documents, relating to chargea against Jas. W. 
Matheson, I.C.R. trackman at Meadowville, Pictou county, N.S., of the evidence taken 
and other proceedings of the investigation held on said charges, the reports thereon 
and of all representations in regard to the case from the Brotherhood of Trackmen. 
Presented 22nd March, 1912.— Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

79ss. Return to an Order of the House of the 2Gth February, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
petitions, reports, charges or other documents in the possession of the Post Office 
Department relating to the dismissal of J.D. McFarlane, postmaster at Southwest 
Ma.'jfiiet, Nova Scotia, and the appointment of his successor. Presented 22nd March, 
1912. — Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

79tt. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1912, for a copy of all papers 
and correspondence in connection with the removal of the postmaster at Rathburn, 
township of Mara, county of Ontario, and the change of the location of the post office 
at said point. Presented 22nd March, 1911. — Mr. Pardee Not printed. 

79uu. Return to an Order of the House of the 6th March, 1912, for a copy of all papers, 
complaints, letters and other documents connected with or relating to the dismissal 
of .Tohn McLeod as postmaster at Denmark, Colchester county, N.S., and the appoint- 
ment or suggested appointment of D. McLeod to the vacancy. Presented 22nd March, 
1912 — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

79ur. Return to an Order of the House of the 28th February, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, letters, requests, reports and recommendations in the possession of the Post 
Office Department, relating to the dismissal of Doue Daoust, postmaster at Alfred, 
county of Prescott, and the appointment of his sticcessor. Presented 22nd March, 
1912. — Mr. Proitlx Not printed. 

79ww. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, papers, inquiries, letters, &c., relating to the dismissal of Thomas Dionne, as 
postmaster of Cacouna, also the dismissal of Miss Saindon, of Cacouna, and the rein- 
stallation of the said Thomas Dionne in the post office at Cacouna. Presented 22nd 
March, 1912. — Mr. Gauvreau Not printed. 

79a;x. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th February, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, papers, petitions, recommendations, &c., relating to the request that was 
made to the Post Office Department for the dismissal of the postmaster at St. 
Anaclet, county of Eimouski. Presented 22nd March, 1912.— Mr. Lapointe {Kamour- 
aska) Not printed. 

79yy. Return to an Order of the House of the 13th March, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
papers, documents, memoranda, telegrams and correspondence relating to the resign- 
ation of- Donald E. McLean, late postmaster at Inverness, N.S. Presented 25th March, 
1912. — Mr. Chisholm (Inverness) Not printed. 

79zz. Return to an Order of the House of the 2Gth February, 1912, for a Return showing 
the number of postmasters removed from office in Shefford county since the 1st Octo- 
ber, 1911 ; their names, post office addresses, dates of dismissal, reasons therefor, name 
of complainant in each case, names of new postmaster appointed to replace them; 

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the charges laid against the dismissed postmasters, and whether charges were inves- 
tigated before their removal from office; dates of different investigations, by whom 
held and was the accused postmaster present at said investigations in each case ; 
names of any other postmasters in said county who may have charges laid against 
them; their names, offices, names of complainants in each case and nature of the 
complaints; will charges be investigated before the accused postmasters are removed 
from office; application made for these offices and name of applicant in each case. Pre- 
sented 25th March, 1912.— Mr. Boivin Not printed. 

7Qaaa. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th March, 1912, for a copy of all charges 
against Arthur Brymer, fishery officer at L^Ardoise, N.S., and of all telegrams and 
other communications between the Minister of Marine and Fisheries, or any other 
officer of his department, and any other persons having reference to the same and 
in relation to the appointmej^r of his successor. Presented 25th March, 19l2.^Mr. 
Kyte Not printed. 

IQbbb. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th March, 1912, for a copy of all charges 
against Lawrence G. Power, Superintendent of the Lobster Hatchery at Arichat, 
N.S., and of all letters, telegrams and other communications between the Minister of 
Marine and Fisheries or any officer in his department, and any other person, having 
reference to the same and in relation to the appointment of his successor. Pre- 
sented 25th March, 1912.— Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

79ccc. Return to an Order of the House of the 13th March, 1912, for a copy of all papers, 
corrspondence, telegrams, &c., concerning the dismissal of Joachim Godbout, light- 
house keeper at St. Laurent, Isle of Orleans, county of Montmorency. Presented 
25th March, 1912.— Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

79ddd. Return to an Order of ♦^he House of the 22nd January, 1912, for a copy of all papers 
and other documents concerning the proposed investigation against P. L. St. Pierre, 
postmaster at St. Paul d'Abbottsford, county of Rouville, Que. Presented 27th 
March, 1912.— Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

79eee. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th March, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
requests, complaints, depositions, reports of inquiry and of every other document in 
the possession of the Post Office Department relating to the dismissal of Doctor H. 
Dupre as postmaster of St. Robert, county of Richelieu, and to the appointment of a 
new postmaster. Presented 27th March, 1912. — Mr. Cardin Not printed. 

79fff- Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd January, 1912, for a tabulated state- 
ment showing the number of dismissals in the Post Office Department since the first 
day of October, 1911, in the nine provinces of the Dominion. Also, the names of the 
postmasters so dismissed, the locality, the cause of dismissal, the names of the peti- 
tioners praying for such dismissal in each case, and the names of the petitioners 
opposing said dismissals. Presented 27th March, 1912. — Mr. Lemieux.. .Not printed. 

TQggg. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th March, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
requests, complaints, depositions, reports of inquiry, and of every other document in 
the possession of the Post Office Department relating to the dismissal of Madam, the 
widow of Antoine St. Martin, as postmistress at St. Louis de Bonsecours, county of 
Richelieu, and to the appointment of a new postmaster. Presented 27th March, 1912. — 
Mr. Cardin Not printed. 

79hhh. Return to an Order of the House of the 24th January, 1912, for a copy of all cor- 
respondence, documents, recommendations and reports respecting the dismissal of 
Joseph Moreau, as postmaster at St. Germain, Kamouraska, in the year 1905. Pre- 
sented 27th March, 1912.— Mr. Lapointe ..Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24— ConHm/erf. 

79ui. Return to an Order of the House of the 20th March, 1912, for a copy of all papers, 
telegrams, letters, petitions and affidavits, relating to the dismissal of George Bour- 
goin, employed as statistician on the Lachine canal, also of all letters exchanged 
between the Minister of Public Works and the Minister of Eailways and Canals con- 
cerning said dismissal. Presented 28th March, 1912.— Mr. Lemienx.. ..Not printed. 

79jij. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, letters, requests, reports and recommendations relating to the dismissal of 
Louis Dechesne, an employee of the Marine Department, on the river Quelle wharf, 
county of Kamouraska. Presented 29th March, 1912.— Mr. Lapointe.. ..Not printed. 

79kkk. Return to an Order of the House of the 18th March, 1912, for a copy of all charges 
against A. M. Hatfield, fishery overseer of the county of Yarmouth, N.S., and of all 
letters, telegrams, and any other communications between the Minister of Marine 
and Fisheries or any officer of his department, and any other person, having refer- 
ence to the same, in relation to the appointment of Mr. Hatfield's successor. Pre- 
sented 30th March, 1912.— Mr. Law Not printed. 

79111. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th March, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
requests, complaints, depositions, reports of inquiry and every other document what- 
soever, relating to the dismissal of Mr. J. O. Dauphinais as postmaster of Sorel, 
county of Richelieu, and also of all letters, reqiiests or other documents relating to 
the appointment of the new postmaster at Sorel. Presented 30th March, 1912. — Mr. 
Cardin Not printed. 

79mmm. Return to an Order of the House of the 11th March, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 
ments, letters, papers, requests, inquiries and reports respecting the dismissal of Mr. 
Joseph Cloutier, postmaster of St. Adolphe de Uudswell. Presented 30th March, 1912. 
—Mr. Tobin Not printed. 

80. Return to an Order of the House of the 17th January, 1912, showing: — 1. The quantity 

in tons of anthracite dust and Culm coal imported into Montreal during the year 

1911. ^. The quantities of the same imported into other ports of the province of 
Quebec during the year 1911. 3. The duty collected on this product, if any, under the 
ruling of the Customs Department; the rate of duty and amount collected. 4. The 
value of said product as imported and entered at Montreal and the other ports. 5. 
The quantity in tons and the value of bituminous slack coal imported during the 
year 1911 into the port of Montreal and the various other ports, respectively, in the 
province of Quebec, and the duty collected thereon. Presented 25th January, 1912. — 
Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

81. Return to an Order of the House of the 15th January, 1912, showing the quantities, the 

different kinds as far as practicable, and prices of all boots and shoes imported into 
Canada during each of. the fiscal years ending respectively 31st March, 1908, 1909 and 
1910, together with the several countries from which the same were imported, giving 
the quantities, &c., from each country for each year. Presented 2nd February, 1912. — 
Mr. Carvell Not printed. 

82. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 24th January, 

1912, for a copy of all the correspondence between the Prime Minister of Canada, or 
any member of the Government, and Messieurs Fielding and Paterson, during the 
time the latter gentlemen were in Washington last year, on the subject of the negotia- 
tions for a Reciprocity Treaty between Canada and the United States. Presented 2nd 
February, 1912— Mr. Bradbury Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24^Continued. 

82a. Eeturn to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 24th Jan- 
uary, 1912, for a copy of all correspondence from the 1st day of January, 1910, to the 
1st October, 1911, between the Right Honourable James Bryce, British Ambassador at 
Washington, and the Government of Canada, or any member thereof with reference to 
the negotiations for Reciprocity Treaty between Canada and the United States. Pre- 
sented February, 1912.— Mr. Bradbury. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

83. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 31st January, 

1912, for a copy of the letters patent relating to the office of Governor General of Can- 
ada, of the Commission issued to the present Governor General, and of the instruc- 
tions accompanying the same. Presented 2nd February, 1912. — Mr. Macdonald. 

Printed for session&l papers. 

84. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 22nd Jan- 

uary, 1912, for a copy of the treaty between Great Britain, the United States and 
Russia for the suspension of pelagic sealing, and all correspondence regarding the 
same from the initial negotiations to the present day. Presented 5th Febriiary, 1912. 
— Sir Wilfrid Laurier •. . ..Printed for sessional papers. 

85. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd January, 1912, showing whether the gov- 

ernment or the Montreal Harbour Commission purchased any cement for its different 
works, from the 1st January, 1905, to the 21st September, 1911 ; if so, from whom pur- 
chased; the price paid, and Mere tenders called for before purchasing. Presented 
5th February, 1912. — Mr. Boulay Not printed 

86. Copy Fifth Report of the Commission for the Demarcation of the Meridian of the 141st 

Degree of West Longitude. — (Senate) Printed for sessional papers. 

87. Return to an order of the House of the 22nd January, 1912, showing: — 1. How many 

farm labourers and domestic servants have been placed by each employment agent in 
Eastern Canada, or whom a commission has been paid, during each of the years 1907, 
1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, and up to date in the month of January. 1912. 2. The total 
amount of commission paid to each of such agents in each of the years mentioned, 
and the counties and provinces in which they are located. Presented 5th ^February, 
1912. — Mr. Sutherland at printed. 

88. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd January, 1912, showing how many home- 

stead inspectors were employed in the province of Saskatchewan by the Department 
of the Interior on 1st October, 1911, and what were their names; names of any of these 
inspectors who have been dismissed from office; reasons for dismissal; names of per- 
sons appointed to the positions so vacanted, giving their previous occupations, respecti- 
vely. Presented 8th February, 1912.— Mr. Thompson ..Not printed. 

89. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd January, 1912, for a copy of all papers, 

letters, telegrams and other documents relative to prosecutions under the Fishery 
Act against John McCabe, David Porter, Joseph Foster and Duncan Murray, in the 
county of Pictou; and also, relating to a suit of Porter vs. Murray in the County 
Court of District No. 5, Nova Scotia, and the connection of the department with the 
same. Presented 9th February, 1912. — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

90. Copy P-C. 19/168 certified extract from the minutes of a meeting of the Treasury Board, 

held on the 22nd January, 1912, approved by His Royal Highness the Governor Gen- 
eral in Council on the 27th January, 1912.— (Senate) Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24^Continued. 

91. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General on the 5th Feb- 

ruary, 1912, for a copy of all papers, letters. Orders in Council and other documents 
respecting the superannuation of the Honourable Judges Sir Alexandre Lacoste, .J. A. 
Ouimet and C. J. Doherty. Presented 9th February, 1912.— Mr. Ethier. 

Not printed. 

92. Return showing certain dates returned to Senate by Messrs. A. E. Forget, &c.— {Senate). 

Not printed. 

93. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd January, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 

correspondence, reports or other documents relating to the erection of an armoury 
at the town of Sarnia, Ontario. Presented 13th February, 1912.— Mr. Pardee. 

Not printed. 

94. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 22nd Jan- 

uary, 1S12, for a copy of all correspondence between the Government of Canada and 
the Government of the province of Quebec, with regard to the extension of the bound- 
aries of the said province. Presented 13th February, 1912.— 5ir Wilfrid Lavrier. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

95. Return to an Order of the House of the 29th January, 1912, for a copy of all correspond- 

ence, representations, estimates, letters, telegrams and other documents received by 
the Right Honourable Prime Minister, or by any member of the Government, in any 
way relating to the subject of a car ferry service between the province of Prince 
Edward Island and the mainland, across the Straits of Northumberland, and the 
widening of the gauge of the Prince Edward Island Railway ; and also, as to the esti- 
mated cost of all such work. Presented 13th February, 1912. — Mr. Emmerson. 

Not printed. 

95a. Supplementary Return to an Order of the House, of the 29th January, 1912, for a 
copy of all correspondence, representations, estimates, letters, telegrams and other 
documents received by the Right Honourable Prime Minister, or by any member of 
the Government, in any way relating to the subject of a car ferry service between the 
province of Prince Edward Island and the mainland, across the Straits of Northum- 
berland, and the widening of the gauge of the Prince Edward Island Railway and 
also as to the estimated cost of ail such work. Presented 7th March, 1912. — Mr. 
Emmerson Not printed. 

95&. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, or other documents containing applications or requests for the establish- 
ment of a car ferry service between Prince Edward Island and the mainland and of 
all correspondence, telegrams, reports, survey, and other documents showing the cost 
of the same, and of widening the gauge of the Prince Edward Island Railway; together 
with all other information available as to the desirability or necessity of said pro- 
jects. Presented 7th March, 1912.— Mr. Pardee Not printed. 

96. Return to an Order of the House of the 17th January, 1912, for a copy of all corres- 

pondence between the Department of Railways and Canals, or any official thereof, 
and the Saint John Railway Company, or the municipality of the city and county of 
St. John, on the subject of the granting of permission to the Saint John Railway 
Company, to lay its rails across the track of the Intercolonial Railway at or near 
the Haymarket Square in the city of St. John. Presented 13th February, 1912.— Mr. 

Pugsley ^ot printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24^Continiied. 

96o. Supplementary Eeturn to an Order of the House of the 17th January, 1912, for a copy 
of all correspondence between the Department of Railways and Canals, or any official 
thereof, and the Saint John Eailway Company, or the municipality of the city and 
county of St. John, on the subject of the granting of permission to the Saint John 
Railway Company, to lay its rails across the track of the Intercolonial Railway at or 
near the Haymarket Square in the city of St. John, New Brunswick. Presented 14th 
February, 1912.— Mr. Pugsley. Not printed. 

97. Return to an Order of the House of the 17th January, 1912, for a copy of all papers, 

reports, correspondence and messages respecting a report made in 1904 by H. Boulay 
of Sayabec, against William Roy, sectionman at Amqui, Intercolonial Railway, and 
of all that has been subsequently done to give effect to that report. Presented 14th 
February, 1912.— Mr. Boulay Not printed. 

97o. Return to an Order of the House of the 7th February, 1912. for a copy of all letters, 
papers, charges, affidavits and other documents relating to a charge against W. W. 
Gray, coal inspector of the Intercolonial Railway at Westville, Nova Scotia, and of 
all evidence, documents, reports, or other papers connected with the investigation of 
said charge by H. P. Duchemin. Presented 14th February, 1912.— Mr. Macdonald. 

Not printed. 

98. Return to an Order of the House of the 17th January, 1912, for a copy of all papers, 

letters, recommendations, ministerial instructions, and any other document, from the 
Department of Customs relating to a temporary change in the customs tariffs upon 
the twine used in the headings of lobster traps. Presented 15th February, 1912.— 
Mr. McLean Not printed. 

99. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of all papers, 

memorials, resolutions and letters received from boards of trade, officials or individ- 
uals during the years 1908, 1909, 1910-, 1911, 1912, respecting the location of a quaran- 
tine or inspecting station on Lawlor's Island, Halifax harbour, accompanied by a 
chart. Presented 16th February, 1912.— Mr. McLean Not printed. 

100. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 5th February, 
1912, for a copy of all papers, correspondence and Orders in Council, relating to or in 
any way connected with the surveying and calling for tenders for the construction 
of the line of railway from Estmere to Baddeck. in the county of Victoria. Pre- 
sented 16th February, 1912.— Mr. McKenzie Not printed. 

lOOa. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 22nd Jan- 
uary, 1912, for a copy of all papers, correspondence, and other Orders in Council in 
connection with the calling for tenders for the construction of the proposed branch 
line of railway from Estmere to Baddeck, in the county of Victoria, or bearing upon 
the reason why none of all said tenders were not accepted. Presented 16th February, 
1912.— Mr. McLean Not printed. 

100b. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1912, for a copy of all letters, con- 
tracts, memoranda, or notice cancelling contracts, and of all other papers and docu- 
ments in the possession of *he Department of Railways and Canals, bearing date 
after 1st January, 1911, relating to the construction of certain branch lines of the 
Intercolonial Railway between Sunny Broe and Guysborough and Country Harbour, 
and between Dartmouth and Dean Settlement, in the province of Nova Scotia. Pre- 
sented 21st March, 1912.— Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24:— Continued. 

101. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 15th Jan- 

uary, 1912, for a copy of Orders in Council and all correspondence between the 
Government and the Winnipeg and Hudson's Bay Railway Company and its successor 
the Winnipeg Great Northern Railway, relative to the proi>osed route of said Rail- 
way to Hudson's Bay, with all accompanying plans and reports; also a copy of all 
correspondence relative to the ofier of Milburn and Company, Steamship owners, of 
England, said to have been mzide to the Government through the said Railway Com- 
pany to place a line of their steamships on the route between Hudson's Bay and 
England on the completion of said Railway, and the further offer by the said Mil- 
burn and Company to place one of their Baltic steamships at the disposal of the 
Government for the purpose of making a practical test of the navigability of the 
route for commercial purposes. Presented 16th February, 1912. — Mr. Aikins. 

Not printed. 

101a. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1912, for a copy of all reports, 
surveys, plans and maps made or prepared during the year 1911 or this year, in 
respect of or in connection with the Hudson Bay Railway or the suggested ports at 
Xelson or Churchill on the Hudson Bay, or relating to the navigation of the Hudson 
straits. Presented 4th March, 1912. — Mr. .Aikens. 

Printed for distribution and sessional papers. 

102. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of the inquiry 

made by the Railway Department respecting the accident incurred by Goffrey 
Bourque, of Lac au Saumon, in the yard of the Intercolonial Railway at Campbell- 
ton, in the month of November or December, 1911 ; also, for all papers and correspon- 
dence exchanged since on this subject. Presented 16th February, 1912. — Mr. Bonlay. 

Not printed. 

103. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th Febriiary, 1912, for a copy of all corre- 

spondence, letters, telegrams, &c., between the King's Printer, the Superintendent of 
Printing, and the King's Printers' Representatives in Winnipeg, regarding the print- 
ing and distribution of the Voters' Lists of the province of Manitoba at the last 
general elections. Presented 19th February, 1912. — Mr. Staples Not printed. 

104. Return to an Order of the House of the 17th January, 1912, for a copy of the Report 

cf the Poard of Engineers appointed for the reconstriiction of the Quebec bridge, and 
of the plans and specifications prepared by them; of all notices calling for tenders; 
of all tenders received ; of the report of the Board on the same, collectively or individ- 
ually, to the Minister of Railways; of the report of the said minister for the accept- 
ance of tenders, and any Orders in Council awarding contracts for the building of 
the said bridge. Presented 19th February, 1912. — Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for sessional papers. 

105. Return to nn Address to. His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 12th 

February, 1912, for a copy of all Orders in Council passed during the last ten years 
relating to the abolition or regulation of tolls on canals. Presented 19th February, 
1912. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

106. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th February, 1912, for a copy of all petitions, 

letters and memorials received by the Minister of Marine and Fisheries since the 
first day of October, 1911, protesting against the issuing of a fish-trap license to Cap- 
tain John T. Thorburn, Sand Point, county of Shelburne, Nova Scotia. Presented 
22nd February, 1912.— Mr. Law Not printed. 

106a. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated 22nd March, 1912, for the production of all 
petitions and correspondence in relation to the removal of a fish trap at or near 

McNutts Island, in the harbour of Shelburne.— (Senate) Not printed.^ 

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107. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated 15tli February, 1912, showing the names, posi- 

tion and pay of all persons appointed to the Intercolonial Eailway service in the city 
of St. John, New Brunswick, from 1st September, 1907, to 1st March, 1911. — (Senate). 

Not printed. 

108. Certified copy of a Report of the Committee of the Privy Council, approved by His 

Royal Highness the Governor General on the 22nd February, 1912, referring certain 
questions to the Supreme Court of Canada in respect to Bill No. 3, of the First Ses- 
sion of the Twelfth Parliament of Canada, intituled: "An Act to amend the Marriag:e 
Act." Presented 2.3ar February, 1912. — Hon. Mr. Doheriy. .Printed for sesional papers. 

108a. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th February, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
petitions, memorials or other documents received by the Prime Minister or any other 
member of the government, relating to the passage of a federal marriage law or legis- 
lation in regard to the so-called effect of the Ne Temere Decree. Presented 2.5th March, 
1912.— Mr. Macdonald Printed for sessional papers. 

109. Return to an Order of the House of the 17th January, 1912, for a copy of all papers, 

letters, recommendations, petitions, ministerial instructions and other documents in 
the possession of the Department of Marine and Fisheries relating to the price from 
31st March, 1911, of Dog Fish scrap. Presented 23rd February, 1912.— Mr. Sinclair. 

Not printed. 

110. Return to an Address of His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 5th Feb- 

ruary, 1912, for a copy of all correspondence, memorials or communications of any 
kind between the government of the province of Ontario and the Dominion Govern- 
ment since 1st January, 1908, respecting the extension of the boundaries of the prov- 
ince of Manitoba or the division of the Territory of Keewatin. Presented 23rd 
February, 1912 Not printed. 

110a. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 4th Decem- 
ber, 1911, for a copy of all papers, letters, telegrams, memoranda or correspondence 
of any kind had between the Dominion Government and the governments of Manitoba 
and Saskatchewan, or with the Government of Ontario, as to the settlement of the 
boundaries of said respective provinces; and also, of any agreement or memo, con- 
taining any terms of settlement of the questions relating to the boundaries of said 
provinces or any part thereof; and also, of any documents, letters or representations 
made to the Federal Government by any person or persons relative to said settlement 
or the questions involved therein. Presented 26th February, 1912. — Mr. Macdonald. 

Printed for sessional papers. 

110&. Return to an Address of His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 5th Feb- 
ruary, 1912. for a copy of all correspondence, memorials or communications of any 
kind between the Government of the province of Ontario and the Dominion Govern- 
ment since 1st January, 1908, respecting the extension of the boundaries of the prov- 
ince of Manitoba or the division of the territory of Keewatin. Presented 26th Feb- 
ruary, 1912. — Mr. M eighen Printed for sessional papers. 

111. Return to an Address of the Senate, dated 24th January, 1912, for copies of the con- 

tracts betweetn the Government of Canada, and the various steamship companies for 
the carriage of the m.ails between England, France and Canada, and all the correspond- 
ence relating thereto since the first of January, 1909; also, the agreements, if any, for 
the carriage of mails via New York. Further, any contracts, subsidy agreements, 
&c., for the conveyance of mail between Canada and Newfoundland, and the corre- 
spondence relating thereto since the first of January, 1909. — (Senate). 

Printed for sessional papers. 
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24r-ConUnued. 

112. Memorandum of the Chief Architect to the Deputy Minister of the Department of 

Public Works relative to the "Forbes Sterilizers" in use in the House of Commons 
and several departments. Presented 26th February, 1912 Not printed. 

113. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of all reports, 

correspondence and papers relating tc the building of the Saint John Valley Railway 
from Saint John to Grand Falls, New Brunswick. Presented 27th February, 1912.— 
Mr. Michaud Not printed. 

114. Return to an Order of the House of the 14th February, 1912, for a copy of all docu- 

ments, papers, correspondence, inquiries, evidences, reports, &c., relating to an acci- 
dent sustained by Alphonse Madore, employed on the Intercolonial at Ste. Flavie, in 
1888 Or 1889, and to the settling of the claim then made by the said Alphonse Madore 
to the Department of Railways and Canals. Presented 27th February, 1912. — Mr. 
Lapointe {Kamouraska) Not printed. 

114a. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1912, for a copy of all inquiries, 
correspondence whatsoever relating to the death of the late Absolon Lavoie, of 
Amqui, accidentally killed on the Intercolonial Railway at Metis, county of Rimouski, 
during the summer of 1911. Presented 18th March. 1912.— Mr. Boulay..Not printed. 

114b. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1912, for a copy of all papers, 
documents, letters, &c., connected with an inquiry made by the Intercolonial author- 
ities on the loss of a horse killed on the Dalhousie branch, belonging to Mr. Xavier 
St. Laurent, of Causapscal since 1905. Presented 26th March, 1912.— Mr. Lapointe 
(Kamouraska) Not printed. 

115. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1912, for a copy of all papers, 

statements, letters, telegrams, statement of claim and application, minutes of the 
evidence taken on any investigation held, with all reports thereon, and all other 
documents in any way relating to a claim of Earl Ash,' for damages caused by and 
resulting from the destruction by fire of property owned, occupied and passessed by 
the claimant, alleged to have been caused by fire and sparks from a locomotive of the 
Intercolonial Railway of Canada, and operated by said railway. Presented 27th 
February, 1912. — Mr. Ermnerson Not printed. 

11 5«. Return to an Onier of the House of the 26th February, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
evidence taken under investigation by Superintendent Sharp, reports and other docu- 
ments connected with a claim for damages occasioned by fire to the property of 
Angas J. McAulay, of Tracadie, Prince Edward Island, on the 16th day of July, 1911. 
Presented 1st March, 1912 — Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

116. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1912, for a copy of all papers, 

documents, &c., concerning the incorporation and operations of the Fidelity Trust 
Company of Montreal. Presented 28th March, 1912.— Mr. McKenzie Not printed. 

117. Return to an Order of the Senate, dated the 31st January, 1912, for copies of Acts, 

documents, correspondence, &c., concerning the expropriation of the properties of F. 
Turgeon and F. Gunn, in the city of Quebec for the purpose of a Central station. — 
(Senate) Not printed. 

118. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1912, for a copy of all papers 

and correspondence relating to the incorporation and operations of The Provident 
Trust Company, of Montreal. Presented 1st March, 1912.— Mr. Lemieux. 

Not printed. 
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24^Continued. 

119. Return to an Address to His Eoyal Highness the Governor General of the 10th Jan- 

uary, 1912, for a copy of all Orders or Minutes of Council relating to the appointment 
of commissioners under the treaty with the United States relating to boundary 
waters, and questions arising along the boundary between Canada and the United 
States, signed at Wshington, 11th January, 1909; together with a copy of all despatches, 
letters and telegrams between the Governor General, or the Government of Canada, 
or any member thereof, and the British ambassador at Washington, or the British 
Government, or any member thereof, upon that subject; and also, of all letters and 
telegrams between any member or department of the government and Sir George 
Gibbons, Mr. Aim6 Geofirion and Mr. Alexander Barnhill, or either of them, relating 
to their appointment as sucb commissioners. Presented 1st March, 1912. — Mr. 
Pugsley Printed for sessional papers. 

120. Return to an Address to His Soyal Highness the Governor General of the 29th Novem- 

ber, 1911, for a copy of all correspondence since the first of July, 1896, to the present 
date, between the Government of Canada and the governments of the several prov- 
inces on the subject of assistance to provincial railways and other provincial public 
works. Presented 1st March, 1912. — Sir Wilfrid Laurier.. Printed for sessional papers. 

121. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1912, for a copy of all papers 

and documents in the case of Rex vs. Sheldon and others. Presented 5th March, 
1912.— Mr. McKenzie Not printed. 

122. Return to an order of the House of the 26th February, 1912, for a copy of all papers, 

correspondence and documents in connection with the case of D. Raymond, petitioner, 
the Queen's Hotel Company, Limited, respondent, and Guillaume Narcisse Ducharme 
and others, party defendants. Presented 5th March, 1912.— Mr. Lemieux. 

Not printed. 

123. Return to an Order of the Senate dated 9th February, 1912, showing the terms of lease 

to the whaling company or companies for whale fishing on the coast of British Colum- 
bia, giving the extent of sea over which exclusive rights are given, rent paid, and 
restriction as to close season, and all other particulars relating to this subject. — 
{Senate) Not printed. 

123a. Return to an Address of the Senate dated 9th February, 1912, for a return showing 
the term of lease by the government to a company giving rights to exclusi-ve fishing 
in the fresh water lakes of the Dominion; with all conditions as to time, rent, sub- 
letting and close season, and any other information relating to this subject. — 
(Senate) Not printed. 

124. Return to an Address of the Senate, dated 22nd February, 1912, for all correspondence 

respecting the inefficient postal delivery service at Rothesay, N.B. — (Senate). 

Not printed. 

125. Laid before the House, by command of His Royal Highness the Governor General, — 

Copy of agreement between His Majesty the King on behalf of the Dominion of 
Canada, His ilajesty on behalf of the province of New Brunswick, and 
the Saint John and Quebec Railway Company, for the leasing under terms and con- 
ditions specified, of the line of railway when completed, of the company, between 
Grand Falls and Saint John, N.B. Presented 11th March, 1912 Not printed. 

126. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd January, 1912, or a copy of all corre- 

spondence and papers referring to the granting of special aid to the tobacco growers 
of La Societe Co-operative de la Vallee de Yamaska. Presented 13th March, 1912.— 

Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME M— Continued. 

127. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd January, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 

correspondence, reports or other documents relating to the proposed winter harbour 
at Sarnia, Ontario. Presented 13th March, 1912. — Mr. Pardee Not printed. 

127a. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1912, for a copy of all reports, 
petitions and correspondence in the possession of the Department of Public Works, 
relating to the improvement of Port Dover harbour, in Norfolk county, Ontario; 
together with all papers or documents relating to the connection of the Grand Trunk 
Eailway Company therewith. Presented 29th March, 1912. — Mr. Charlton. 

Not printed. 

127b. Supplementary Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1912, for a 
copy of all reports, petitions and correspondence in the possession of the Department 
of Public Works, relating to the improvement of Port Dover harbour, in Norfolk 
county, Ontario, together with ail papers or documents relating to the connection of 
the Grand Trunk Railway Company therewith. Presented 1st April, 1912. — Mr. 
Charlton Not printed. 

128. Certified extract from the Minutes of a meeting of the Treasury Board held on the 4th 

March, 1912, approved by His Royal Highness the Governor General in Council on 
the 9th March, 1912, respecting the term of service and pay of the constables of the 
Royal Northwest Mounted Police. Presented 13th March, 1912 Not printed. 

129. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of all reports, 

correspondence and papers, relating to the building of a breakwater at Port Rich- 
mond, Nova Scotia. Presented 14th March, 1912.— Mr. Kyte Not printed. 

129a. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of all reports, 
correspondence and. papers relating to the building of a breakwater at Charles Forests 
Cove, Richmond county. Nova Scotia. Presented 18th March, 1912.— Mr. Kyte. 

Not printed. 

130. Return to and Order of the House of the 4th March, 1912, for a copy of all correspon- 

dence between the Intercolonial authorities, the Minister of Railways and the Depart- 
ment of Justice, and all other persons, relating to a claim of the Metapedia Water- 
works Company against the Intercolonial, including therein all plans, designs, in- 
quiries, evidences and other reports concerning this matter ; also a copy of all plans, 
designs, notices and correspondence between the Intercolonial authorities and M. P. 
Laberge, the Dominion Lumber Company and John Fenderson & Co., relating to the 
placing of an aqueduct pipe on the land No. 170 of the cadastre of St. Pierre du Lac. 
Presentd 15th March, 1912.— Mr. Boulay Not printd. 

131. Statement of the affairs of the British Loan and Investment Company, as on the 31st 

December, 1911. Presented 18th March, 1912 Not printed. 

132. Return to an Order of the House of the 6th March, 1912, for a copy of all letters, com- 

plaints, charges, and other papers and documents in the possession of the Post OfBce 
Department relating to Tracadie Road Post Office, Guysborough, N.S. Presented 19th 
March, 1912.— Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

133. Return to an Order of the House of the 6th March, 1912, for a copy of the news sent 

up to date to Magdalen Island by the weekly correspondent appointed by the Post- 
master General; also for a copy of the instructions given said correspondent at the 
time of his appointment. Presented 19th March, 1912.— Mr. Lemieux.. ..Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24r-Continued. 

134. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams, petitions, reports and documents relating to the notice of cancellation of 
mail contract between Scott Junction and the station in the county of Beauce. Pre- 
sented 19th March, 1912.— Mr. Beland Not printed. 

134a. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, correspondence, reports and other documents in relation to the mail con- 
tract between River John Railviay station and the post office, and between River John 
and Hodson, respectively, since 1st October, 1911, and as to the cancellation of the 
contract for said service with Logan and the making of a contract for the same 
with one Gannon. Presented 19th March, 1912.— Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

134b. Return to an Order of the House of the 31st January, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 
telegrams, reports and other documents in relation to the mail contract service 
between Stellarton station and the post office since 1st October, 1911, and as to the 
cancellation of the contract for said service with the present contractor. Presented 
19th March, 1912.— Mr. Macdonald Not printed. 

134c. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a return show- 
ing all the contracts for the conveyance of His Majesty's mails, in which notice of 
cancellation has been given under the terms of the said contract, between 10th 
October, 1911, and 1st February, 1912, and also the name and address of each con- 
tractor and the amount of each contract. Presented 27th March, 1912. — Mr. Lemieux. 

Not printed. 

135. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 17th Jan- 

uary, 1912, for a copy of the Parcel Post Convention between Canada and France, and 
all papers connected therewith. Presented 19th March, 1912. — Mr. Lemieux. 

Not printed. 

136. Return to an Order of the House of the 22nd January, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams, reports, recommendations applications and other documents, relating to 
the appointment of a post office inspector at Moosejaw, Saskatchewan. Presented 19th 
March, 1912. — Mr. Knowles ' Not printed. 

137. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General, on the 4th March. 

1912, for a copy of all letters, telegrams and petitions, sent to the Government, or any 
of His Majesty's ministers, praying for the establishment of a separate school system 
in the Keewatin Territory. Presented 20th March, 1912.— Mr. Lemieux. ..Not printed. 

138. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 28th Feb- 

ruary, 1912, for a copy of all papers, recommendations to Council, Orders in Coun- 
cil, or any other papers in connection with or having reference to the promotion of 
Mr. Binks to be Superintendent of the Dead Letter Office. Presented 28th March, 
1912.— Mr. Henderson Not printed. 

139. Return dated 12th March, 1912, for a copy of all correspondence between the Anglo- 

Canadian Chemical Company, and the Department of the Inland Revenue from 1st 
of January, 1911, to date.— (iSenafe) Not printed. 

140. Return to an Order of the House of the 26th February, 1912, for a copy of all papers 

on file with the Government and of all letters, telegrams and correspondence between 
the Labour Department and the Board of Conciliation in relation to the strike now 
and for some time past existing on the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway west of Win- 
nipeg. Presented 21st March, 1912.— Mr MacNutt Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24r-Continued. 

141. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of all rulings 

or decisions made by the Minister of Customs, or the TariS Board of the Department 
of Customs, since the 10th of October last, in reference to the duty payable in respect 
to Jute cloth, traction engines and partially dressed lumber, respectively; and like- 
wise in reference to any other articles imported into Canada concerning which there 
has been any change in the rate of dutj exacted at any time since the said date, as 
compared to the rate of duty exacted on such articles respectively immediately prior 
to said date. Presented 21st March, 1912.-^Mr. Turriff Not printed. 

142. Return to an Order of the House of the 5th February, 1912, for a copy of all letters, 

telegrams, petitions or other papers relating to any change or proposed change of 
postmasters at Powassan between 1st January, 1906, and 1st January, 1912. Presented 
22nd March, 1912.— if r. Arthurs.. .. Not printed. 

143. Return to an Order of the House of the 13th March, 1912, for a return showing the 

rural mail routes established by the present Government; the number of requests 
received by the Post Office Department for the establishment of rural mail routes; 
the number of applications granted; the number not granted, and the reasons there- 
for. Presented 22nd March, 1912.— Mr. Lemieux Not printed. 

144. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 12th Feb- 

ruary, 1912, for a copy of all Orders in Council, petitions and memorials, passed or 
received by the Government of Canada, respectively, since Ise July, 1908, relating io 
foreign shippings engaged in the coastwise trade in Canada; and also a copy of all 
correspondence between the Government or any departments thereof and any person, 
company or corporation relating to the same. Presented 25th March, 1912.— Mr. 
Kyte Not printed. 

145. Return to an Order of the 26th February, 1912, for a return showing the various loans 

made by the Government of Canada since the year, 1900; the periods for which they 
were made; where contracted; rate of interest; commissions paid and to whom; net 
proceeds per cent of each loan; will future loans be asked for by public tender, if so 
M-here? Presented 25th March, 1912.— Mr. Lapointe (Montreal) Not printed. 

146. Return to an Order of the House of the 19th February, 1912, for a return showing the 

number and capacity of cold storage establishments in each of the principal cities 
of Canada; the kind and quantity, approximate value of food stuff and produce con- 
tained in each of these establishments, during the months of November and Decem- 
ber, 1911, and January, 1912. Presented 25th March, 1912.— Mr. Verville. 

Not printed. 

147. Return to an Order of the House of the 17th January, 1912, for a copy of the Judgment 

of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in the case of the King vs. The Bur- 
rard Power Company, and of all Orders in Council for the transmission to the gov- 
ernment of the province of British Columbia of the administration of all water 
rights in the Railway Belt; together with ? copy of all correspondence between the 
Government of British Columbia and the Government of Canada with regard to the 
same. Presented 25th March, 1912.— 5ir W. Laurier Not printed. 

148. Return to an Address to His Royal Highness the Governor General of the 26th Feb- 

ruary, 1912, for a copy of all letters, documents and memoranda from the govern- 
ment of British Columbia, and all other papers relating to negotiations afiecting the 
exportation of salmon, the boat rating in canneries, the system of issuing licenses 
and the restriction of licenses to Asiatics in the province of British Columbia, and all 
Orders in Council made in regard to any of these matters since 1st October, 1911. 

Presented 25th March, 1912.— Mr. Ma cdonald Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 24r-Concluded. 

149. Eeturn to an Order of the House of the 19th February, 1912, for a return showing the 

date of the appointment of Mr. H. P. Duchemin to investigate complaints against 
government officials in Nova Scotia; the remuneration he is to receive for his ser- 
vices, the daily allowance specified for his travelling and living expenses, full detail 
of his remuneration and expenses, the amount paid him so far ; any account or state- 
ment presented which has not been paid, the gross amounts for which accounts have 
been paid. The names of any other parties conducting investigations in Nova Scotia, 
their remuneration, the number of the commissioners appointed in all the provinces 
by the present government or any department, to investigate charges of political par- 
tisanship on the part of officiaJs, their names and addresses, and the dates of appoint- 
ment and remuneration, including allowance for expenses. Presented 27th March, 
1912. — Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

150. Return to an Order of the House of the 4th March, 1912, for a copy of all letters, peti- 

tions, requests, memoranda, ministerial or departmental instructions in the posses- 
sion of the Government or any department thereof, relating to the alleged change of 
name of Blind River Post Office, in the province of Ontario. Presented 25th March, 
1912.— Mr. Sinclair Not printed. 

151. Report from the Department of Labour on Wholesale Prices in Canada, 1911. Pre- 

sented 28th March, 1912.— Hon. Mr. Crothers Not printed. 

152. Resume of General Elections, 1911. Presented 30th March, 1912 Not printed. 

153. Return to an Order of the House of the 12th February, 1912, for a return showing the 

amount paid since 15th October, 1911, for making and repairing mail bags, and for 
the metal parts thereof including locks; the names and addresses of the companies, 
firms and individuals to whom payment has been made, and the amount in each case. 
Presented 29th March, 1912.— Mr. Kay Not printed. 

154. Return to an Order of the House of the 17th January, 1912, for a copy of all documents 

relating to the purchase and repair of the post office at Berthier-on-haut. Presented 
1st April, 1912. — Mr. Barette Not printed. 

155. Names of Commissioners appointed under 'Inquiries Act."— (denote).. .Not printed. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



A. 1912 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



REPORT 




i IRADE Ai CftilERCE 



FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 81 

1911 

P^RT I 

CANADIAN TRADE 

IMPORTS INTO AN1> EXPORTS FROM CANADA 

(ITEMIZED AND GENERAL STATEMENTS) 

PRINTED BY ORDEH OF PARLIAMENT. 




OTTAWA 

PRINTED_BY C. H. PARMELEE, PRINTER TO THE KING'S MO-ST 

EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1912 
[No. 10—1912] 



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Part I. — Canadian Trade:— 

Imports into and Exports from Canada. 
(Itemized and General Statements.) 

Part II. — Caxadl\n Trade: — ■ 

1. With France. 

2. With Germany. 

3. With United Kingdom. 

4. With United States. 

Part III. — Cakadun Trade: — 

With Foreign Countries. 

(Except France, Germany, United Kingdom and United States.") 

PART r\^. — Miscella>-eous Information: — 

1. Annuities. 

2. Bounties. 

.3. Chinese Immigi-ation. 

4. Lumber and staple products. 

5. Eevenue and Expenditure of Department of Trade and Commerce. 

6. Statistical Record of the Progi'ess of Canada. 

7. Tonnage Tables. 

8. Trade Commissioner Service. 

Part V. — Grain Statistics. 

Part VI. — Subsidized Steamship Service. 

PartVII. — Trade of Foreign Countries and Treaties and Conventions. 

Note — The above parts will not necessarily he issued in the order indicated. 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



A. 1912 



To Fkid Marshal His Roijal Higlouess Pklnce Akthur William Patuick Albejjt, 
Duke of Connaught and of Strathearn; Earl of Sussex, in the Peerage of the United 
kingdom : Prince of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland , Dnke of 
Sarony ; Prince of Saxe-Cohourg and Gotha ■. Knight of the Most Noble Ordfr (f 
the Garter; Knight of the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle : 
Knight of the Most Illustrious Order of St. Patrick : First and Principal Knight 
Grand Cross and Great Master of the Most Honourable Order of the Balh ; Knight 
Grand Commande'- of the Most Exalted. Order of the Star of India ; Knight Grand 
Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George ; Knight 
Grand Commander of the Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire : Knight 
Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order: Personal Aide-deCamjj to His 
Majesty tite King; Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of the Dominion of 
Canada. 



May ri' Plkask Yoi u Royal Highness, — 

Thr undersigned has the honour to present to Your Royal Highness the Report of 
the Department of Trade and Commerce, for the fiscal year enrled March -31, 1911. 



All of which is respectfully submitted. 



Ottawa, N<jvemV)er 15, 1911. 



GEORGE E. FOSTER, 

Minister of Trad'' o.nd Commeree. 



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PART I 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

INTRODUCTION 

PAGE 

Report of Deputy Minister of Trade and Commerce VII 

Unrevised Statement of the Trade of Canada during the months, eight 

months and twelve months ending November, 1902 to 1911 XIV 

Unrevised Statement by Classes of the Exports of Canada during the eight 

months ending November, 1902 to 1911 XVI 

UnreWsed Statement showing the Values of the Trade of Canada, by Classes 

and Countries during the twelve months ending November, 1908 to 1911 XVIII 

Unrevised Statement showing the Values of the Trade of Canada, by Coun- 
tries, during the eight months ending November, 1908 to 1911 XX 

Unrevised Statement showing the Values of the Principal Articles Imported 
for Consumption into Canada during the eight months ending Novem- 
ber, 1908 to 1911 XXI 

Unrevised Statement showing the Values of the Principal Articles of Canadian 
Produce Exported from Canada during the eight month s ending No- 
vember, 1908 to 1911 XXII 

CANADIAN TRADE. 

IMPORTS INTO AND E.XPORTS FROM CANADA. 

(Itemized and General Statements.) 

PACK 

Table No. 1. —Imports (by Provinces) into Canada, 1850 to 1911 2 

Table -No. 2.— Exports (by Provinces) from Canada, 1850 to 1911 4 

Table Xo. .3. -Imports and Exports of Canada with Customs duties collected, 1868 to 1911 6 

T.^BLE No. 4.-Exixirts (by Cla.sses) of Canada, 18G8 to 1911 , 8 

Table No. 5. —Exports (by Classes) of Canada (Canadian Produce) to the United Kingdom, the 

United States and other countries, 1868 to 1911 12 

Tablk No. 6. — Average atl valorem Rates of Duty on Imports into Canada from the United King- 
dom, the United States and on all Imports, 1868 to 1911 IS 

Table Xo. 7. — Impoits and Percentages of Imports into Canada from the United Kingdom and 

the United States, 1868 to 1911 '^ 

Table No. 8. —Exports and Percentages of Exports from Canada to the United Kingdom and 

the United States, 1868 to 1911 22 

Table Xo. 9. — Im[3orts for Consumption (by Countries) into Canada, 1907 to 1911 24 

Table No. 10. —Total Imports of Merchandise (by Countries) into Canada, 1907 to 1911 2(> 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

Pack, 
"Table No. 11.— Total P^xportj; of Merchandise (by Countries) from C:inad:i, 11)07 to I'.Hl 28 

Table No. 12.— Imports of Coin and Bullion (by Countries) into Canada, l!t07 to 1911 ;^(» 

Table No. 13.— Exports of Coin and Bullion (by Countries) from Canada, 10(>7 to l!>n :;•_' 

Table No. 14.— Aggregate Trade (by Countries) of Canada, 1907 to 1911 •'•1 

Table No. 15.— Imports (by Countries) entered for Consumption in Canada with Duty collected 
thereon under the General, Surtax, Preferential and Treaty Tariffs, 1908 to 
1911 '^*'> 

Table No. 1*;.— Imports and Exix)rts (by Articles) of Canada, 1007 to 1911, and tlie <^iantitiesand 
Values of all Goods Entered for Consumjition, with the Amounts of Duties 
collected thereon, 1910 and 3911 3S 

Table No. 17.— Exports (by Articles, Canadian Produce) trom Canada, 1!»07 to 1911 ISS 

Table No. 18.— Imports (V)y Principal Articles) into Canada, 1897 to 1911 202 

Table No. 19.— Exports (by Principal Articles) from Canada, 1897 to 1911 234 

Table No. 20.--Inii)orts (by Principal Articles and Countries) into Canada, both Dutiable and 

Free, l'.'t07 to 1911 248 

Table No. 21. Exix>rts iby Principal Articles and Countries) from < Canada, I!»07 to 1911 341 

Table No. 22. -Imports (by Principal and other Articles) entered for Consumption into Canada 
(both IJutiable and Free) from the United Kingdom, the United .States, other 
countries and Total, 1874 to 1911 378 

Tabli: No. 23. Exports (by Principal and other Article.s) from Canada (Canadian Pioduce) to the 

United Kingdom, the United States, other countries and Total, 1868 to 1911 . . 468 

(A.)— The Mine 468 

(B.)-TheFishenes 484 

(C.)— The Forest 502 

(D.)— Animals and their PrcKluce 528 

(B.)— Agricultural Products 552 

(F.)— Manufactures 586 

(G.)— Miscellaneous. • . 032 

(a)— Miscellaneous Articles 632 

(6)— Total Exports of Merchandi.se the Produce of Canada 632 

(c)— Estimated Short Reporte<l 6:33 

(of)— Coin and Bullion 63:> 

(e)— Grand Total Exports the Produce of Canada 633 

T\ble No 24. -Annual .\verage Export Prices of Principal Articles of (Janadiau Produce Ex- 
isted from Canada, 1890 to 1911.- 63 



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REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MI^N^LSTER 

Hon. Georgk E. Foster, B.A., D.C.L., LL.D., M.P., 
Minister of Trade and Commerce, 
Ottawa. 

Siu, — -I have the honour to submit herewith the Nineteenth Annual Report of the 
Department of Trade and Commerce, being the report for the tiscal year ended Maixli 
31, 1911. 

In the last annual report which I had the honour to present, I ventured to make 
the piediction that the total trade of Canada for the fiscal year 1910-11 would far sur- 
pass that of any previous year. That opinion has been more than borne out by sub 
sequent returns, the aggregate trade of Canada for that period amounting to $769. 
443,905, an increase over the previous year of $76,232,684:. The very favourable 
records still presented each month indicate that even these figures will be exceeded 
during the current fiscal year. In confirmation of this opinion I submit statements of 
tlie trade for the eight months ended November, 1911, compared with the trade for 
like periods in former years. 

I have much pleasure in attaching hereto five statement.s which show in concise 
form— • 

(a) Imports into Canada from Principal Countries, 1901 and 1911, with increases and 
percentages of increase during decade : also proportion of total 1901 and 1911. 

/b) Exports from Canada to Principal Countries, 1901 and 1911, with increases and 
percentaf:;es of increase during decade : also proportion of total 1901 and 1911. 

(c) Principal Articles Imported into Canada, 1901 and 1911, with increases and per 

centages of increase during decade. 

(d) Principal Articles Exported from Canada, 1901 and 1911, with increa.ses and de- 

creases and percentages of increase or decrease during decade. 

(e) Trade of Principal Countries, 1900 and 1910, with percentages of increase durinu 

decade. 

I ha\e the honoui- to be. Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

(Sgd.) F. C. T. O'HARA, 

Deputy Minister. 



TRADE A\n COMMERCE— I'Ain I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 



(a) Imports into Canada from Principal Countries 1901 and 1911, with Increases and 
Percentages of Increase during Decade ; also Proportion of Total 1901 and 1911. 



Fiscal Years. 



Countries. 



1901. 



British Empire— ! 

United Kingdom \ 42,966,128] 

Australasia 164,416 

British Africa i 90,695 

British East Indies : 1,374,776 

British Guiana 125,682 

British West Indie.s 1,279,952 

Hong Kong 38,547 

Newfoundland 624,610 

Other British Empire 2,952 

Totals, British Empirt.. 46,667,758 



1911. 



S 

110,585,004; 

1.645,797! 

232, 628 j 

4, .374, 487! 

3,793,201 

6.478,356 

.085,147! 

1,818,307' 

7,917 



1 ncrease. 



67,618,876 

1,481,381 

141,933 

2,999,711 

3,667,5191 

.■), 198,4041 

546,600] 

1,193,6971 

4,965. 



Increase. 



p.c. 

, 157 

900 

156 

218 

2,918 

406 

1,418 

191 

17 



12i),520.844 82.853,0861 



177-54 



Proportion ok 
Total. 



1901. 



p c. 
22 



•99 

•09! 

05! 
■73 
•07] 

69 
■02 
•33 

ooj 

24^971 



1911. 



p.c. 
23 



•93 
36 
05 
9.'= 
82 
40 

•13 
39 
00 

2803 






I'oreign Countries — 

Argentine Republic 

Austria-Hungary 

Belgium 

Brazil 

Cuba 

Dutch East Indies . . 

France. 

German\-.. 

Holland' 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Russia ... . 

Spain 

Switzerland 

United States 

Other Foreign Countries . 



263,353 
289,387 

;{, 783,919 
347,555 
343,374 
324,797 

5. .503, 177 

6,677,959 
839,995 
.•)43,942 

1.620,865 

17,760 

61, .570 

813,411 

607,716 

115,971,092 

2,200,601 



2,304.957 

1,.S47.565 

3.630,340 

924,047 

1,055,654 

1,818,083 

11,755,307 

10,087,199 

1,840,915 

1,021,805 

2,424,938 

494,968 

267,208 

1.127,534 

3,149,787 

284,465,437 

4,804,742 



Totals, Foreign Countries. ! 140,210,473! 332,520,486 



2,041,604 

1,0.58,178 

' 153,579 

.576,492 

712,280 

1,493,2861 

6,252,130! 

3,409,240] 

1,000,920| 

477,883 

804,073 

477,208; 

205,638' 

314, 123 1 

2.542,071 

168,494,345 

2,604,1411 



.365 

^' 4 

165 

48 
459 
113 

51 
119 

87 

49 

2,686 

333 

38 
418 
145 
118 



Total imports, mdse 



192,310,013 



137 



186,»78.231 462,041,330 275,163,099 



16 



147 24 



03 



71 



100 00 



100 



97 



00 



Decrease . 



CAXADIAN TRADE 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

(b) Exports from Canada to Principal Countries 1901 and 1911, with Increases and 
Percentages of Increase during Decade; also Proportion of Total 1901 and 1911. 



Fj.scal Year.s. 



Comitrie.s. 



Increase. 



imi. 



lyil. 



British Empire — 

United Kingdom j 105,328,950 

Australasia 2,311,405 

British Africa ! 1,086,965 

British P^ast Indie> 23,662 

British Guiana 372,757 

British West Indies 1,925,047 

Hong Kong ; 42,349 

Newfoundland.. 2,2.57,399 

Other British Empire 31,517 

Totals, British ETni)ir. . . . . , 113,380,057 



Foreign Countries- 
Argentine Republic 

Austria-Hungary 

Belgium 

Brazil 

Cuba 

Dutch East Indies 

France 

Germany. 

Holland 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Russia 

Spain 

Switzerland 

United State.- 

Other Foreign Countries . . 

Totals, Foreign Countries 

Total exports, mdse 



279,500 

1,101 

2,806.142 

572,361 

.578,013 



1,581,331 

2,141,552 

187,378 

315,063 

188,683 

72,498 

45,681 

155,364 

739 

70,406,841 

1,798,789 



136,962,971 

5,046,929 

2,354,869 

134,524 

622,735 

4,590,736, 

516,105' 

3,874,670: 

33,468' 



31,t>34,015 

2,735,524 

1,267,904 

110,862 

249,978 

2,665,689 

473,756 

1,017,271 

1.951 



154,137,0071 40,756,950 



3,021,708 

156,931' 

2,773,444 

1,032.829 

1,845,1691 

2,551 ! 

2,782,092 

2,663,017 

1,397,019' 

379,270 

619, 989 1 

1.268,150 

1,176,571 

27,943 

22,673^ 

112,080,666' 

4,013,181 



2,742,148 

1.55,830 

* 32,698 

460,468 

1,267,156 

2,551 

1,200,761 

.521,465 

1,209,641 

64,207 

431,306 

1,195,652 

1,130,890 

127,411 

21,934 

42,273,825 

2,216,392 



Increase. 



Proportion ok 
Total. 



1901. 



1911. 



81,129,080 135,863,203 



194,509,143' 290,000,210 



54,734,117, 



p. c. 



p. c. 



p. c. 



30.03 

118.34 

116.64 

468.52 

67.00 

138.47 

,118.69 

71.64 

6.19 



35.94 



980.88! 

14.153.50 

1.17; 

80.45 

219.231 



75.93' 

24.35' 

645.56 

20.37; 

228.59; 

1,649.22; 

2,475,02 

82.01; 

2,968.07 

60.04. 

123.35! 



95,491,067 



67.47' 
49.09 



.54.15' 
1.19' 
.56! 
.01 
.19: 
.991 
.02; 
1.16 
.02! 



47.23 

1.74 

.81 

.05 

.21 

1.58 

.18r 

1.34 

.01 



58.29i 



.14 

.00 

1.44 

.29 

.30 



.81 
1.10 
.10 
.16 
.101 
.04 
.02 
.08 
.00 
30.20 
.93 



53.15 



1.04 
.05 

.96 
.36 
.64 

:oo 

.96 
.92 
.48 
.13 
.21 
.44 
.41 
.01 
.01 
38.85 
1.38 



41.71 



46.8S 



100.00; 



100.00 



Decrease. 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 



(c) Principal A uticles Imported into Canada, 1901 and 1911, with Increases and 
Percentages of Increase during Decade. 



Articles Iini)orted. 



Ale, beer and ix)iter 

Animals, living 

Asphaltum or asphalt 

Books, pamphlets, &c 

lireadstufifs 

Bricks, clays, tiles 

Brooms and bnislies 

Buttons 

Carriages, automobiles, &c . . . . 

Clocks 

Coal, coke, &c 

Cocoa, chocolate, &c 

CoflFee ._ 

Cordage, rope and twine. 

Corsets 

Cotton, raw 

Cotton manufactures 

Drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c. . . . 

Earthenware 

Electric apparatus 

Fancy goods 

Fish 

Flax, hemp, jute, &c 

Fruits 

Turs 

Glass 

Ciloves and mitts 

Grasses and manufactures of . . 

Grease 

Gunpowder 

(lutta i>erch'a 

Hats and caps 

Hides and skins 

Jewellery 

Leather and manufactures of . 

Marble 

Metals— Iron and steel 

Other 

Musical instruments 

Oils 

Oilcloth 

Optical, &c., instruments. . 

Paintings, drawings, &c 

Paints and colours 

Paper 

Pickles 

Precious stones 

Provisions 

Rags. 

Resin or rosin 

Ribbons 

Settlers' effects 

Silk 

Soap 

Spirits and wines . 

Stone 

Sugar, molasses, &c . 

Tea 

Tobacco 



Fiscal 


Years. 


Increase. 




1901. 


1911. 




$ 


-S 


* 


p. V. 


207,S)98 


759,092 


551,094 


264.95 


1,252,341 


3,363,640 


2,111.299 


168.59 


67,587 


452,250 


384,663 


569.14 


1,663,601 


4,597,854 


2,934,253 


176.38 


l.>,605,83fi 


16,392,820 


786,989 


5.04 


692,997 


2,194,889 


1,501,892 


216.72 


194,833 


482,765 


287,932 


147.78 


180,604 


t>38,869 


458,265 


253. 74 


1,122,567 


7,243,350 


6,120,783 


545.2.". 


208,032 


504,257 


296,225 


142.39 


14,160,341 


33,875,442 


19,715,101 


139.23 


438,417 


1,431,552 


993,135 


226.52 


493,775 


1,407,977 


914,202 


185.15 


1,181,680 


2,-532,617 


1,350,937 


114.32 


100,133 


402,063 


301,930 


301.53 


4,773,993 


11,757,105 


6,983,112 


146.27 


7,399,725 


21,168,975 


13,769,250 


186.08 


5,019,067 


12,222,801 


7,203,734 


143. 5JJ 


1,139,058 


2.405,693 


1,266,635 


111.20 


938,060 


5,170,520 


4.232,460 


451.19 


1,930,722 


4,008,452 


2,077,730 


107.61 


392,830 


1,932,996 


1,040,166 


116.50 


3,405,316 


5,423,963 


2,018,647 


59.28 


4,184,069 


11,941,158 


7,757,089 


185.40 


2,406,928 


5,016.585 


2,609,657 


108.42 


1,584,922 


3,464,814 


1,879,892 


118.61 


702,747 


2,098,250 


1,395,503 


198.58 


134,131 


1,805,182 


1,671,051 


1.245 84 


385,023 


1,162,155 


777,132 


201.84 


287,630 


1,217,930 


930,300 


323.44 


2,698,135 


6,980,494 


4,382,309 


168.67 


1,923,739 


4,026,913 


2,103,174 


109. 3:{ 


4,120,443 


8,105,330 


3,984,887 


96.71 


539,116 


1,486,233 


947,117 


175.67 


1,733,312 


5,326,537 


3.593,225 


207.30 


97,610 


308,259 


210,649 


215.80 


27,107,419 


82,086,492 


54,979,073 


202 82 


6,911,473 


23,995,634 


17,084,161 


247.18 


415,131 


1,479.443 


1,064,312 


256.38 


2,202,265 


7,916,119 


5,713,854 


259.45 


423,705 


1,679,660 


1,255,955 


296.42 


249,997 


1,347,716 


1,097,719 


439. 0)» 


668,965 


1,807.370 


1,138,405 


170.17 


926.508 


1,594,934 


668,426 


72.14 


1,797,520 


.5,533,402 


3,735,882 


207.84 


242,003 


601,373 


359,370 
1,859,707 


148.50 


765,042 


2,624,749 


243.08 


3,085,576 


4,853,665 


1,768,089 


57.30 


225,924 


1,012,538 


786,614 


348.17 


125,363 


568,108 


442,745 


353.17 


643,628 


1,350,619 
14,072,611 


706.991 


109.84 


3,740,630 


10,331,981 


276.21 


3,383,498 


6,925,967 


3,542,469 


104.70 


366,179 


875,611 


509,432 


139.12 


2,166,589 


4,884,204 


2,717,015 


125.43 


243,012 


1,337,172 


1,094,160 


450.25 


9,345,386 


17,190,895 


7,845,-509 


83.95 


3,189,567 


5,654,528 


2,464.961 


77.28 


2.172.420 


4.9.52,446 


2,780,026 


127.97 



CANADIAN TRADE 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



(c) Principal Articles Imported into Caaada, 1901 and 1911, with Increase, and 
Percentages of Increasa during Decade — Goticluded. 



Articles Imported. 



Fiscal Ykars. 



IftOl. 



Tobacco i.ii«*s. ; 292,895 

Turpentine, spirits of j 309,339 

Vegetables 445,385 

Watches 624,000 

Wood I 4,943,878 

Wool and manufactures of ' IJ ,243,746 

All other articles 14,853,820 

Total imports, mdse 186,878,231 



Increase. 



1911. 



796, 114 i 

683,23»5 

1, 827, 690 : 

1,230,369! 

17,248,760; 

26,451,358, 

26,148,760 



503,219 

373,897 

1,382,305 

606,369 

12,304,882 

15,207,612 

11,294,940 



).. c. 



462,041,330 275,163,099i 



171.80 
120.87 
310.36 

97.17 
248.89 
135.25 

76.04 

147.24 



TRADE A^'D CO.UllEIWF—PART J 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 



(d) Prixcipal Articles Exported from Canada, 1901 and 1911, with Increases and 
Decreases and Percentages of Increase or Decrease during Decade. 



Kis. .M, Ykars. 



Articles Exi>orted. 



1901 



1011 



Increase (+);Increase {-\-) 
I or ' or 

I )f crease ( - V Decrease ( - ) 



Animals, living 

Breadstuffs 

Carriages, &c 

Coal, coke, &c 

Cordage, rope and t>vine . . . 

Cottons 

Drugs, dj'ef, chemicals, &c. 

Fertilizers 

Fish., 

Fruits 

Furs 

Hay... 

Hides and skins 

Leather 



1 ll,<JOit, 

32,286, 

491, 

5,639, 

175, 

654, 

752, 

37, 

10,680, 

2,049, 

1,680, 

2,097, 

2,249, 

2,453, 

Metals, minerals, &c 38,458, 



Musical instruments 

Oils 

Oilcake 

Provisions 

Seeds 

Settlers' effects 

Spirits and wines 

Stone 

Vegetables 

Wood and manufactures of. 
All other articles 



ooo, 

74, 

183, 

39,886; 

866, 

1,212. 

508. 

503. 

564, 

33,161. 

5,376, 



611 
587 j 
.SOO 
833| 
026; 
541 j 
258' 
997 
739' 
423! 
048! 
902 
438 
204 
085 
520 
250 
347 
449 
459 
728' 
729' 
046 : 
365 
357 
901 



10,124, 

74,857, 

1.724, 

6,517. 

870, 

299, 

3,626, 

458, 

15,084. 

2,524, 

4,715, 

2,724, 

4,662, 

2.047 

46,721. 

243, 

782, 

.540, 

.30,633, 

8,061, 

2,127, 

1.244, 

943, 

1,126, 

52,267, 

15,072, 



265- 

475: + 



901 
820 
417 
082 
467 
467 
505 



743 + 
133 + 

2891 + 



578 
096 
395 
616 
242 
119 
168 
615 



+ 
+ 

+ 
5281+ 
137 + 
116 + 
701 + 
016,+ 
019'+ 



1,785, 
42,570, 

1,233, 
877, 
()95, 
355, 

2,874, 
420, 

4,403, 
475, 

3,0.35, 
626, 

2,413, 
406, 

8,263. 
.311, 
707, 
356, 

9,253, 

7,195, 
914, 
735, 
440, 
562, 
19,105, 

9,695, 



346 - 

888 + 
601 + 
987 + 
391 + 
459- 
209 + 
470 + 
766 + 
.320 + 
085 + 
387 + 
140 + 
108 - 
310 + 
904 - 
992 + 
772 + 
281 - 
,1561+ 
800 + 
708 + 

070: + 

336!+ 

659 + 

118|+ 



14 
131 
251 

15 
397 

54 

;^82 

1.106 
41 
23 

180 
29 

li'7 
16 
21 
56 

953 

194 
23 

8.30 
75 

144 
87 
99 
57 

180 



Total e.\f)ort.s, mdse. 



194,.509,143 290,000,210 + 95,491,067 + 



19 09 



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xviii TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 

2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

UxREViSED Statemknt showing tlie Values of the Trade of Canada, by Chisses and 
Countries durinoj the twelve months ending November 1908 to 1911. 



Twelve Months Exnixr; NovK^fBER. 



Trade by Classes and Countries. 



Totals, Canadian produce. 
Foreign produce 



Total exports, merchandise 
Coin and bullion 



Total exports. 
Aggregate trade . . . . 



Imports by Countries. 



TT -i J T^- 1 (Dutiable 

United Kingdom - t,^ 

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Australia . . 

British Africa 

ti East Indies 

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M West Indies, including Bermuda. 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand .... 

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L' lilted btates \x^ 

y t ree 

Belgium 

France 

(iennany 

Other Foreign 

Total imjiorts 



Imports foi; Consumption. 

Dutiable goods 

Free goods 

Total imports, merchandise . . 
Coin and bullion 

Total imports 

Duty collected 

PLXPORTS. 



Canadian produce — 

The mine 

The fisheries 

The forest 

Animal produce 

Agricultural products . 

Manufactures 

Miscellaneous 



lOOS. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



174,899,694 
109,339,772 



284,239, 46f> 
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293,70.5,964 



47,996,685 



207,316,5761 
130,602,374 

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5,48.5,810 



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163,047,260 



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430,303,309 
9,690,295 



439,993,604 



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28.914,030 

51,324 

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18,973,401 

261,.581,177 
9,640,814 



38,382,143 
14,584,539 
40.009,717 
52,234,402 
75,619,425 
30,623,192 
120,406 



41,055,196 
16,133,023 
46,715,928 
53,205,924 
98,496,325 
33,932,193 
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271,221,991 



564,927,955 



54,285,565 

17,530,222 

390,907 

228,702 

3,175,777 

1,210,668 

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1,680, 07 C. 

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89,042,207 

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1,478,528 

8,158,675 

6,305,098 

14,660,666 



257,573,824 
18,472,490 

276,046,3141 

2,222,849 



289,800,541 
17,101,213 

306,901,754 
2,745,370 



278,269,163 



621,673,923 



309,647,124 



749,640,728 



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22,447,693 

499,491 

684,065 

3,176,664 

2,762,787 

(;,932,305 

1,573,306 

666, 85() 

367,469 

108,256,473 

94,926,324 

2,877,689 

9,558,393 

7,463,799 

17,047,673 



293,705,9641 343,404,760 



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25,487,078 

509,300 

1,167,451 

4,388,463 

3,891,615 

6,574,787 

1,692.130 

844,350 

816,224 

141,355,773 

125,335,477 

3,788,693 

11,329,735 

8,764,636 

21,694,313 



439,993,604 



313,070,208 

180,844,797 



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21,734,193 

515,649,198 



82,119,261 



42,598,320 
15,606,880 
40,654,422 
50,445,781 
92,506,468 
34,739,341 
131,332 



276,682,544 
17,453,592 



294.136,13() 

7,465,735 



301,601,871 



817,251,069 



85,651, (;82 

26,557,408 

474,577 

211,852 

4,661,812 

4,426,624 

5,532,733 

1,779,236 

770,483 

906,.547 

181,638,.533 

152,749,792 

3,73;i,(n3 

11,617,587 

10,991,056 

23,945,663 



515,649,198 



CA:hL'LDlAN TRADE 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



UxREVi.sED Statement showing the Values of the Trade of Canada, by Classes and 

Countries, &c. — Concluded. 



Ti-dd*^ by Classes and Countries. 


Twelve Months Ending NovE.\rBER. 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


Exports by Countries. 

ir i jTr- J I Canadian produce 

I. nited Kingdom -| y,,,^-^,, p,f,,,,uce 

Australia 

]^>ritish Africa . , 

II East Indies 


$ 

129,708,237 

8,667,411 

2,594,438 

1,949,167 

163,325 

563,974 

2,927,671 

4,015,186 

970,116 

913,568 

81,476,836 

14,944,925 

4,703,123 

2,843,385 

1,995,067 

12,785,562 


126,013,421 

9,(;.S8,968 

3,54.j,485 

1,916,626 

206,320 

519,230 

2,915,696 

3,548,849 

854,384 

654,511 

98,174,141 

8,729,006 

3,022,130 

2,460,796 

2,-580,525 

13,439,075 


147,637,919 

6,21.3,468 

3,838,264 

2,458,010 

105,512 

641,776 

4,593,147 

3,781,801 

930,138 

817,649 

104,640,693 

9,782,625 

2,832,185 

2,851,788 

2,789,684 

15,732,465 


137,891,-504 

4,463,537 

3,936,050 

2,613,679 

233,112 




578,133 


If West Indies, including Bermuda .... 

Xewfoundland 

New Zealand 

Other British 


4,-521,434 

4,413,787 

1.137,482 

698,515 

99,325,834 


United States {f,,^;;^^ /^duce. . .V.: . ' . . . 
Belgium 


18,438,030 
3,116,015 
2,260,875 




3,222,846 




14,751,038 








271,221,991 


278,269,163 


309,647,124 


301,601,871 







XX TRADE A\D COMMERCE— PART I 

2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

Unrevised Statement showing the Values of tlie Trade of Canada b}^ Countries 
during the eight months ending November 1908 to 1911. 



Trade bv Countries. 



Imports for Consumption. 



Australia 

British Africa 

British East Indies 

British Guiana 

British West Indies (incUiding Bermuda). 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 

United Kingdom 

Other British Countries 



Totals, British Empire. 



Argentine Republic 

Belgium 

Brazil 

Cuba 

France 

Germany 

Holland 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Spain 

Switzerland 

United States {including Alaska). 
Other Foreign Countries 



Totals, Foreign Countries 

Total imports 

EXFORT.S. 

Australia 

British Africa 

British East Indies 

British Guiana 

British West Indies (including Bermuda).. . 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 

United Kingdom 

Other British Countries 



Totals, British Empire. 



Argentine Republic 

Belgium 

Brazil 

Cuba 

France 

Germany 

Holland 

Italy . . 

Japan 

Mexico 

Spain 

Switzerland 

ITnited States (including Alaska) 
Other Foreign Countries 



Totals, Foreign Comi tries. 
Total exports 



Eight aIokths ending November. 


190S. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


S 


$: 


$ 


B 


197,265 


257,480 


343,763 


306,831 


220,509 


492,357 


618,243 


125,235 


1,898,147 


2,003,341 


2,865,620 


3,156,987 


743,005 


1,172,588 


2,083,965 


2,6.33,473 


.",,644,705 


5,032,735 


5,829,824 


4,971,237 


1,202,965 


1,137,843 


1,362,354 


1,323,330 


45,014 


509,220 


578,205 


441,584 


45,194,598 


61,205,285 


73,744,998 


76,070,920 


551,598 


201,281 


561,074 


500,055 


5.5,697,806 


72,012,130 


87,988,046 


89,529,652 


728,067 


1,185,100 


1,216,028 


1,301,121 


1,099,690 


2,075,791 


2,624,596 


2,786,905 


225,065 


297,272 


590,434 


624,578 


298,145 


336,982 


959,379 


600,022 


5.001,273 


6.362,231 


7,582,422 


7, 6.%, 236 


4,036,299 


5,449,733 


6,279,139 


7,222,855 


869,265 


1,136,983 


1,132,007 


1,674,800 


568,603 


605,233 


635,358 


748,609 


1,377,303 


1,. 528,451 


1,657,316 


1,587,791 


203,122 


435,459 


374,891 


694,612 


685,975 


696,645 


783,053 


811,593 


1,261,154 


1,415,636 


1,911,285 


1,977,753 


119,216,682 


142,372,929 


185,562,370 


235,169,88:3 


3,559,014 


4.197,856 


5,022,051 


5,703,139 


139,129,657 


168,096,301 


216, 330, .329 


268,539,897 


194,827,463 


240,108,431 


304,318,375 


358,069,549 


1,687,547 


2,464,000 


2,718,867 


2,729,325 


1,080,927 


1,315,529 


1,418,561 


1,676,096 


148,840 


25,689 


70,962 


170,825 


318,410 


335,165 


388,894 


344,292 


1,756,053 


1,881,499 


2,876,348 


2,807,046 


2,914,389 


2,910,945 


2,721,794 


3,263,569 


682,441 


539,924 


615,983 


749,095 


96,693,010 


98,648,761 


102,866,041 


108,062,371 


596,001 


320,499 


418,159 


444,349 


105,877,618 


108,442,011 


114,09.5,609 


120,246,968 


1,349,740 


2,344,155 


2,193,098 


2,154,5<i0 


.%041,562 


2,136,247 


2,073,430 


2,416,001 


366,969 


501,487 


622,929 


385,195 


852,942 


9.50,526 


1,328,215 


1,271,828 


2, .512, 434 


1.797,134 


2,008,274 


1,487,057 


693,400 


1,797,373 


2,085,866 


2,645,695 


888,925 


984,901 


1,023,969 


1,096,661 


1,415,345 


425,057 


202,653 


174,799 


334,661 


308,344 


338,720 


210,661 


362,555 


488,952 


937,958 


207,765 


24,841 


45,720 


20,046 


75,674 


8,819 


3,276 


11,863 


13,954 


62,556,625 


76,856,678 


78,129,218 


76,963,488 


2,807,342 


2,768,921 


3,067,529 


3,194,577 


77,216,160 


91,408,771 


94,043,768 


92,297,915 


183,093,778 


199,850,782 


208,139,377 


212,544,883 



CANADIAN TRADE 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Unrevised Statement showing the Values of the Principal Articles Imported for 
Consumption into Canada during the eight months ending November 1908 to 1911. 



Articles Imported for Consumption. 



Ale, beer and porter 

Animals, living 

Books, periodicals. &c 

Breadstuffs 

Bricks, tiles, clays and mfrs. of 

Carriages, carts, wagons, &c 

Cement 

Coal, coke, and coal-dust 

Cocoa beans, chocolate, &c 

CoflFee 

Cordage, rope and twine 

Cottons 

Curtains 

Drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c 

Earthenware, china and graniteware . 

Electric apparatus 

Fancy goods 

Fish ■. . . . 



Flax, hemp, jute and mfrs of. 

Fruits 

Furs, skins and nifis. of 

Gla-ss 



Gloves and mitts 

( Trasses, fibres and mfrs. of 

G i-case 

(lunpowder and explosives 

Gutta percha, India rubber and mfr.s. of. 

Hats, caps, bonnets, &c .... 

Hides and skins other than fur 

Leather and mfrs. of 

Metals, minerals, &c 



Brass and mfrs. of 

Copper and mfrs. of . . 

Iron and steel mfrs. of . 

Tin and mfrs. of.. 

Musical instruments 

Oils 



Oilcloth 

Paintings, drawings, engravings, &c., 

Paints, and colours 

Paper and mfrs. of , 

Precious stones 

Provisions 

Ribbons 

Seeds •. . . . . 

Settlers' effects 

Silk and mfrs. of 

Soap. 



Spirits and wines 

Sugar, molasses, &c . 
Tea 



Tobacco 

Tobacco pipes 

Vegetables 

Watches 

Wood and mfrs. of 

Wool and mfrs. of 

Total value of Principal and other articles of 

merchandise 

Coin and bullion 



Total imports. 



Eight Months Ending November. 



1908. 



381,882 

828,453 
2,364,532 
4,811,9(i2 

757,2(i3 
1,314,245 

441,791 
20,243,375 

687,135 

616,123 
1,604,626 
9,193,603 

253,244 
.5,832,379 
1,293,142 
1,446,433 
1,709,658 

885,147 
2,409,272 
6,145,971 
1,6.58,900 
1,686,522 

875,06*; 
1,1.38,680 

5(XJ,504 

736,189 
1,926,796 
1,259,018 
2,859,844 
1,923,401 
37,217,396 



994,997 

1,539,455 

27,743,371 

2,159,820 

483,287 

3,278,112 

447,779 

803,422 

895,954 

2,367,271 

800,1.55 

2,571,195 

729,504 

387,016 

5,846,001 

4,700,644 

483,246 

2,153,887 

9,426,781 

3,282,938 

2,690,406 

480,040 

832,4.50 

.550,643 

5,757,165 

9,-595,613 



186,483,435 
8,344,028 



194,827,463 



1909. 




396,230 
1,098,909 
2,690,504 
5,24.3,893 
1,159,930 
2,111,771 

143,99(1 
20,354,085 

701,229 

765,583 

2,0(34,841 

13,877,819 

369,805 
6,307,913 
1,317,696 
2,436,496 
2,141,945 

988,764 
3,443,305 
6,787,9.33 
2„H0O,727 
2,146,270 
1,174,453 
1,152,412 

(•.34,.361 

660,982 
3, .372,535 
1,6.54,519 
4,687,987 
2,681,244 
52, .537, 702 

1,327,332 

2,070,886 

.39,479,1171 

2,746,980 

749,272 
3,687,4.55 

666,094 
1,011.426 
1,049,226 
.3,074,221 
1,380,1.38 
2,715,3.31 

986,619 

391,758 
7,418,2«2 
3.626,279 

586,649 

2,490,2.33 

10,378,738 

3, 168, .305 

2,335.521 

422,559 
1,0.55,290 

710,249 

7,562,7.32 

14,510,638 



2.36,267,035 
3,841,-396 



479,2.56 [ 
1,440,665 
3,110,719 
6,883,900 
1,561,460! 
4,68.3,184 

432,202 
21,101,640 

93.3,597 

827,173 

2,357,682 

16,651,2.54 

393.791 
7,828,755 
1,737,890 
3,266,5B0 
2,630,267 
1,1.53,312 
3,699,913 
8, .518, 660 
1,603,339 
2,606,670 
1,482,143 
1.268,173 

727,738 

815,014 
4,425,691 
2,131,401 
5,296,26!) 
3,300,854 
70,988,868 



1,967,365 

2,790,048 

.-.4,. 301, 1.31 

2,983,342 

930,262 
.5,871,928 

913,729 
1,062,438 
1,178,453 
.3,664.945 
1,697,707 
2,917,770 

829,076 

748,856 

11,310,902 

4,449,1.57 

627,120 

2,878,651 

12,659,494 

3,6.o2,931 

2,879,.555 

566,250 
1,310,685 

842,181 
11,786,911 
16,515,728 



296,804,273 
7, .514, 102 



240,108,431 



304, 318, .375 



1911. 



661,067 
2,511,088 
3,603,846 
8,931,839 
1,992,876 
7,647,010 
779,561 

28,367,977 
1,215,012 
1,154,021 
2,186,141: 

16,041,125 
346,983 
8.618,078 
1,779,415 
3,794,323 
2.818,339 
1,312,279 
4,252,621 

10,664,767 
2, .598, 0.57 
2,932,499 
1,1(19,538 
],10j,S10 
741,775 
l.(t25,170 
4,8)0,084 
2.239,453 
4,841,565 
3,865,909 

83,322,900 

2,103,531 

3,298,112 

64,. 568, 571 

3,745,702 

954,254 

(i, 796, 970 

1,0.30,218 

1,461,659 

1,.31 1,223 

4,124,378 

2,085,981 

3,880,382 

850,648 

859,757 

11,761,742 

4,54.3,824 

773,630 

3,532,250 

11,540,219 

.3,900,749 

3,341,4.59 

.592,751 

2,007,932 

935,784 

14,741,417 

15,925,670 



339,027,464 
19,042,085 



358,069,549 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PANT I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 



Unrevised Statement showing the Values of the Principal Articles of Canadian Produce 
Exported from Canada during the eight months ending November, 1908 to 1911. 



Articles of Canadian Produce Exported. 



Animals, living— Total . 



Cattle 

Sheep 

Breadstuffs — Total . 



Eight Months ending November. 



1908. 



1909. 



9,391,328 



1910. 



9,700,356 



8,419,480 



Barley 

Bran 

Cereal foods 

Oats 

Oatmeal 

Wheat 

Wheat flour 

Coal, coke, &c ■ 

Cordage, rope and twine . 
Fish— Total 



Cod, dry salted. . 

Lobsters, canned. 

Salmon, canned.. 

Fruits — Total 



8,634,392 

451,735 

41.011,7891 



S,768,038| 

455,9661 

41,516,095 



7,545,494 

276,645 

47,378,788 



1,0.5.5,366 
435,020' 
941,897: 

1,246.983 

331,672 

30,936,9051 

5,079,294 

3,140,462 
985,116 

8,551,183' 



605,051 
1,210,2.57 
1,027,934 

919,436 

449,527 

28,124,576 

8,395,251 

3,077,734 

696,170 
9,864,762 



A]iples, fre.sh 

Furs, skins and manufactures of. 
Hav 



Hides and skins other than fur 

Leather and manufactures of —Total . 



Sole and upper 

Metals, minerals, &c. — Total. 



Aluminum in bars, blocks, &c 

Asbestos 

Copper 

Gold-bearing quartz, dust, &c 

Iron and steel and manufactures of. 

Nickel 

Silver 

Paper 

Potatoes 

Provisions- - Total 



Butter 

Cheese 

jNleats — Bacon and ham.s 

Seeds, clover and grass 

Settlers' effects 

Whiskey 

Wood and manufactures of — Total . 



Logs 

Lumber — Deals, pme 

II spruce and other. . . . 

Laths, palings and ijickets. 

Planks and boards 

Shingles 

Timber, square 

Wood blocks for pulp 

Wood pulp 



Total value of Principal and other articles- 
Canadian produce 

Foreign produce 



Total exports, merchandise. 
Coin and biillion 



Total exports . 



2,083,876 
2,52.5,096 
1,-560,530 
1,947,381 

1,447.874 

1,560,807 

431,763 

2,432,000 

1,527,778 



1,384,993 
24,909,472 



2,215,778 
2,389,690 
2,942,495 
2,790,349 



2,278,278 
1,981,540 

900,513 
3,489,184 

999,219 



854,676 
r, 1.50, 703 



157,670 
1,322,831; 
4,003,371 
5,415,811 
3,504,092 
1,298,671 
8,177,132 
2,383,532 

478,891 
26,032.772; 



625,862 
1,249,497 
3,425,498 
3,773,613 
4,243,885 
1,85.5,649 

10,540,136 

1,849,926 

722 .339 

24,468!960 



534,068; 
l..S07,397 
]. 1.32.1.53 
1,841,770 

276,751, 

3.3,101,683! 

8,582,5701 

3,975,222 

701,332 
10,198,805 



2,.552,448 
2,563,286 
2,646,8831 
1,265.5011 



902,935 
2,618,054 
1,547,260 
2.689,576 
1,415,794. 



1,301,073 
27,960,624 



1,382,866 

17,809,433 

(i, 079, 056 

2.'')3,S19 

1,260,904 

656,831 

33,888,977 



801,926 

18,842,227 

4,.375,.539 

530,458 

1,743,609 

(i77,399 

40,758,172 



723,608 
1,433,618 
3,192,925 
3,384,489 
5,061,708 
2,532,548 

10,275,572 

2,584,042 

500,089 

23,974,298 



655,498 

18,154,707 

4,859,737 

736,698 

1,444,673 

592,426 

40,140,150 



774,982 
1,5.57,.386 
4,236,183 
1,249,-302 
14,-512,545 
1,961,684 

715,612 
3,530,177 
2,841,726 



(i02,004 
1,-57.5,817 
5,383,382 
1, 644,-564 j 
17,460,042! 
l,896,185i 

690,423! 
4,764,1081 
3,327,1341 



834.010 
1,394,310 
5,673,603 
1,556,287 
16,818,4941 
1,36-5,852 

915,959 
4,871,585, 
3,489,506 



168,080,487 
13,739,119 

181,819,606 
1,274,172 



is;;, 05(1,727 

14,892,827: 

197,943,554! 

1,907,228' 



1!i3.(i39,731 
12.441,584 



206,081,31D 
2,058,062 



183,093,778' 199,850,782: 208,139,377 



1911. 



4,296,778 



3,82-5,488 

106,794 

57,739.136 

284,895 

781,836 

1,278,182 

3,083,112 

425,771 

41,362,664 

10,015,778 

2,305,154 

770,721 

10,286,149 



2,554,739 
2,952,615 
2,104,192 
3,268,928 



2,920,514 
1,967,362 
3,866,-598 
2,949,627 
1,310,384 



1,148,623 
29,139,232 



335,009 
1,468,289 
3,380,832 
5,607,979 
.5,309,035 
2,439,639 
9,557,688 
2,435,485 

301,758 
27,390,871 



2,001,038 

18,623,767 

5,686,224 

521,273 

1,351.192 

533,395 

35,037,180 



473,0-55 
l,25(i,451t 
4,740,556 
1,591,442 
14,953.235 
1,207,248 

731,8.54 
4,034,994 
3,099,500 



196,005,722 
14,211,510 



210,217,241 
2,327,642 



212,544,883 



2 GEORGE V. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 A. 1912 



PART I 



CANADIAN TRADE 



IMPORTS INTO AND EXPORTS FROM CANADA 

(ITEMIZED AND GENERAL, «Tx^TEMEXTS) 



10—1 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



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6 TRADE AXD COMMERCE— I'AL'T I 

2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

No. 3 Statement of the Values of the Imports into and Exports from Canada and 

with the Customs Duties collected 





Imports . 


EXPORTS- 




Merchandise. 






Merchandise. 










Coin and 
Bullion. 


Totals. 




1 


Coin and 
Bullion. 


Totals. 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


Canadian 1 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 






s 


% 


$ 


% 


% 


$ 


% 


S 


1868 


45,250,395 


23,314,102 


4,895,147 


73,459,644 


48,-504,899 


4,196,821 


4,866,168 


57,567,883 


1869 


44,081,563 


22,086,373 


4,247,229 


70,415,165 


52,400,772 


3,855,801 


4,218,208 


60,474,781 


1870 


48,665,547 


21,813,263 


4,335,529 


74,814,-339 


59,043,590 6,527,622 


8,002,278 


73,573.490 


1871 


70,295,223 


23,064,654 


2,733,094 


96,092,971 


-57,630,024 9,853,244 


6,690,350 


74, 173; 618 


1872 


72,157,423 


38,519,355 


2,753,749 


111,430,527 


65,831,083, 12,798,182 


4,010,398 


82,639,663 


1873 


74,217,954 


50,787,862 


3,005,465 


128,011,281 


76,538,025 


9.405,910 


3,845,987 


89,789,922 


1874 


77,070,460 


46,919,840 


4,223,282 


128,213,582 


76,741,997 


10,614,096 


1,995,835 


89,351,928 


1875 


81,504,477 


39,355,717 


2,210,089 


123,070,283 


69,709,823 


7,137,319 


1,039.837 


77,886,979 


1876 


58,794,777 


32,195,458 


2,220,111 


93,210,346 


72,491,437 


7,234,961 


1,240,037 


80,966,435 


1877 


63,986,376 


33,167,497 


2,174,089 


99, 32 r, 962 


68,030,546 


7,111,108 


73-3,739 


75,875.393 


1878 


61,700,190 


30,577,871 


803,726 


93,081,787 


67,989,800 


11,164,878 


168,989 


79,323,667 


1879 


57;052,042 


23,273,296 


1,639,089 


81,964,427 


62,431,025 


8,3-55,644 


704,586 


71.491,2-55 


1880 


68,895,483 


15,712,457 


1,881,807 


86,489,747 


72,899,697 


13,210,006 


1,771,755 


87,911,4.58 


1881 


85,516,908 


18,690,657 


1,123,275 


105,330,840 


83,944,701 


13,375,117 


971,005 


98,290.823 


1882 


93,339,930 


24,575,827 


1,503,743 


119,419,500 


94,137,057 


7,628,453 


.371,093 


102.137^203 


1883 


100,827,816 


30,150,683 


1,275,523 


132,254,022 


87,702,431 


9,751,773 


031,600 


98,085,804 


1884 


88,349,492 


25,839,885 


2,207,666 


116,397,043 


79,833,098 


9,389,106 


2,184,292 


91,406,496 


1885 


79,614,108 


26,373,134 


2,954,244 


108,941,486 


79,131,735 


8,079,646 


2,026,980 


89,238,361 


1886 


75,536,758 


25,277,246 


3,610,557 


104,424,-561 


77,756,704 


7,438,079 


56,531 


85,251,314 


1887 


85,479,400 


26,880,618 


5.32,218 


112,892,236 


80,960,909 


8,549,333 


15,569 


89,515,811 


1888 


77,784,037 


30,935,121 


2,175,472 


110,894,630 


81,382,072 


8,803,394 


7,534 


90,203,000 


1889 


80,059,966 


34,589,714 


575,251 


115,224,931 


80,272,456 


6,938.455 


1,978,256 


89,189,167 


1890 


86,258,633 


34,516,597 


1,083,011 


121,858,241 


85,257,586 


9,051,781 


2,439,782 


96,749,149 


1891 


81,286,372 


36,870,096 


1,811,170 


119,967,638 


88,671,7.38 


8,798,6-31 


946,927 


98,417,296 


1892 


81,190,844 


44,-396,694 


1,818,-530 


127,406,068 


99,032,466 


13,121,791 


1,809,118 


113,963,375 


1893 


77,378,091 


45,161,977 


6,-534,200 


129,074,268 


105,488,798 


8,941,856 


4,133,698 


118,564,352 


1894 


73,-341,506 


46,110,362 


4,023,072 


123,474,940 


10.3,851,764 


11,833,805 


1,839,380 


117,524,949 


1895 


64,064,587 


42,140,475 


4,-576,620 


110,781,682 


102,828,441 


6,485,043 


4,325,319 


113,638,803 


1896 


74,259,940 


38,525,249 


5,226,319 


118,011,508 


109,707,805 


6,606,738 


4,699,309 


121,013,852 


1897 


74,108,590 


40,433,825 


4,676,194 


119,218,609 


123,632,540 


10,825,163 


3,492,550 


137,950,2-53 


1898 


84,141,104 


51,791,105 


4,390,844 


140,323,053 


144,548,662 


14,980,883 


4,623,138 


164,152,683 


1899 


98,349,633 


59,709,541 


4,705,134 


162,764,308 


137,360,792 


17,520,088 


4,016,025 


158,896,905 


1900 


112,943,896 


68,381,179 


8,297,438 


189,622,513 


168,972,301 


14,265,254 


8,657,168 


191,894,723 


1901 


115,-574,658 


71,303,573 


3,5-37,294 


190,415,525 


177,431,386 


17,077,757 


1,978,489 


196,487,632 


1902 


127,955,281 


78,003,472 


6,311,405 


212,270,158 


196,019,763 


13,951,101 


1,669,422 


211,640,286 


1903 


143,839,632 


88,398,532 


8,976,797 


241,214,961 


214,401,674 


10,828,087 


619,963 


225,849,724 


1904 


156,108,453 


95,229,037 


7,874,313 


259,211,803 


198,414,439 


12,641,239 


2,465,557 


213,521,235 


1905 


157,164,975 


99,361,007 


10,308,435 


266,834,417 


190,854,946 


10,617,115 


1,844,811 


203,316,872 


1906 


176,790,332 


110,417,080 


7,078,603 


294,286,015 


235,483,956 


11,173,846 


9,928,828 


256,586,630 


1907* 


154,856,659 


97,412,340 


7,517,008 


259,786,007 


180,545,306 


11,541,927 


13,189,964 


205,277,197 


1908 


230,917,914 


133,319,950 


6,548,661 


370,786,525 


246,960,968 


16,407,984 


16,637,654 280,006.6»X3 


190!< 


185,329,094 


114,439,072 


9,988,442 


309,753,608 


242,603,584 


17,318,782 


1,589,793 261,512,159 


1910 


241,961,556 


143,873,547 


6,017,589 


391,8.52,692 


279,247,551 


19,516,442 


2,594,536 301,358,-529 


1911 


291,818,801 


170,222,529 


10,206,210 


472,247,540 


274,316,553 


15,683,6.57 


7,196,'l55 


297,196,365 



* 9 months ended March 31 . 



CAXADIAX TRADE 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



of Goods entered for Consumption, distinguishing Merchandise from Coin and Bullion, 
during each Fiscal. Year, 1868 to 1911. 



Duty 

Collected. 



Total 

Imports and 

Exports. 



17,9.So SI 

14.402 67 

37,912 23 

36,065 90 

24,809 03 

20,1.52 14 

14,564 90 

7,242 85 

4.500 02 

4.102 71 

4.160 95 

4.271 69 

8,895 83 

8,140 86 

8,809 801 

9.755 68 

8,515 42 

12,305 44 

20,726 07 i 

31,397 10 

21,772 41 

42,206 67, 

93,674 32 

64.803 41 

108 00 



Imports Entered for CoxsuMPriox. 



Merchandise. 



Dutiable. 



Free. 



131,027,532 

130,889,946 
148,387,829 
170,266,589 
194,070,190 
217,801,203 
217,565.510 
200,9.57,262 
174,176,781 
175,203,355 
172,405,454 
153,455,682 
174,401,205 
203,621,663 
221,550,703 
230,339,826 
207,803,539 
198,179,847 
189,675,875 
202,408,047 
201,097,630 
204,414,098 
218,607,390 
218,384,934 
241,369,443 
247,6.38,620, 
240, 999, 889 1 



43,655,696 
41,069,342 
4,'>,127,422 
60,094,362 
68,276,157 
71,198,176 
76,232.5301 
78,138,511' 
60,238,297 
60,916,770! 
.59,773.039, 
55,426,836 
54,182.987 
71,620,725 
85.757,433 
91,588,339 
80,010,498 
73,269,618 
70,658,819 
78,120,679 
69,645.824 
74,475,139 
77,106,2,SG 
74,536,036 
69,160,737 
69, 873,. -.71 
62,779,182 



23,434,463 

22,085,5991 
21,774,652i 
24, 120, 026 1 
36,679,2101 
53..310,953| 
46,948,357; 
39,270,057i 
32,274,810 
33,209,624; 
30,622,8121 
23,275,683| 
15,717,575 
18.867,604! 
25,387,751 
30,273,157! 
25,962,480i 
26,486,1.57' 
25,333,318' 
26,986,531 
31,025,804 
34,623,057 
34,. 576, 287 
36,997,918 
45,999,676 
45, 297, 259 i 
46,291,729| 



224,420,435' 58,557,655 42,118,236 

239,02.5,360! 67,239,759 38,121,402 

257.168,862, 66,220,7651 40,397,062 

304,475,736J 74,625,088 .51,682,074 

I 

321,661,213| 89,433,172 59,913,287 

I 1 

381,517,236, 104,346,7951 68,160,083 



386,903, 157| 
423,910,444 
467,064,685 
472,733,038 
470,151.289 
550,872,6451 
46.5,063,2041 
650, 793, 131 ! 
571,268,767 
693,211,221 
769,443,905 



105,969,756] 71,730,938 
118,657,496; 77,822,694 
1.36,796,065 88,017,654 
148,909,576 94,680,443 
150,928,787100,688,332 
173,046,109110,236,095 
1.52,065,-529 97,672,345 
218,160,047 133,719,908 

175,014,160113,203,355 

I 

227,264,346142,551,081 

i 

282,723,812169,021,296 



Coin and 
Bullion. 



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 
1,639,089 
1,881,807 
1,123,275 
1,503,743 
1,275,523 
2,207,666 
2,954,244 
3,610,557 

532,218 
2,175,472 

575,251 
1,083,011 
1,811,170 
1,818,530 
6,534,200! 
4,023,072 

4,576,620| 

5,226,319 

4,676,1941 

4,390,844' 

4,705.134, 

8,297,438] 

3,537,294! 

6,311,405 

8,976,797 

7,874,313 

10,308,435 
7,078,603 
7,517,008 
6,548,661 
9,988,442 
6,017,589 

10,206,210 



Totals. 



S 

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 

91,611,604 

112,648,927 

123,137,019 

108,180,644 

102,710,019 

99,602,694 

105,639,428 

102,847,1001 

109,673,447! 

112,765,5841 

113,345,124 

116,978,943' 

121,70.5,030 

113,093,983| 



Duty 

Collected. 



S ots. 

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 
15,354,139 27 
12,828,614 46 
12,544,348 38 
12,791,532 22 
12,935,268 97 
14,129,953 39 
18,492,645 11 
21,700,027 63 
23,162,553 29; 
20,156,447 95! 
19,121,253 55! 
19,427.397 63, 
22,438,308 73 
22,187,869 12 
23,742,316 56 
23,921,233 75 
23,416,265 72 
20, .550, 473 53 
21,161,710 93 
19,379,822 32 



Total 

Customs 

Duty 

Collected. 



S cts. 

8,819,431 63 
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 
12,833,114 48 
12,548,451 09 
12,795,693 17 
12,939,540 60 
14,138,849 22 
18, .500, 785 97 
21,708,837 43 
23,172,308 97 
20,164,963 37 
19,133,558 99 
19,448,123 70 
22,469,705 83 
22,209,641 53 
23,784,523 23 
24,014,908 07 
23,481,069 13 
20,550,581 53 
21,161,710 93 
19,379,822 32 



105,252,5il 17,887,269 471 17,887,269 47 

110,587,480 20,219,037 32J 20,219,037 32 

1 

111,294,021 19,891,996 77 19,891,996 77 

130,698,006 22,157,788 49 22,157,788 49 

154,051,593 25,734,228 75 25,734,228 75! 1899 

180,804,318 28,889,110 13 28,889,110 13 1900 



1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1837 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 



181,237,988 
202,791,595 
233,790,516 
251,464,332 
261,925,554 
290,360,807 
257,254,882 
358,428,616 
298,205,957 
375,833,016 
461,951,318 



29,106,979 89 
32,425,532 31 
37,110,354 59 
40,954,349 14 
42,024,339 92 
46,671,101 18 
40,290,171 70 
58,331,074 81 
48,059,7 1 93 
61,024,239 21 
73,312,367 59 



29,106,979 
32,425,532 
37,110,354 
40,954,349 
42,024,339 
46,671,101 
40,290,171 
58,331,074 
48,059,791 
61,024,239 
73,312,367 



89 1901 
31; 1902 

.59 1903 

14 1904 

92 1905 
18 1906 
70 1907* 
SI 1908 

93 1909 
21 1910 



59 



1911 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 4 — Statement (by Classes) of the Value of the Exports 





The Mine. 


The Fisheries. 


The Forest. 


1 
p 


Canadian 


Foreign 


Tritilc 


Canadian 


Foreign 


Totals. 


Canadian 


Foreign 


r=H 


Produce. 


Produce. 


xottl^^5. 


Produce. 


Produce. 


Produce. 


Produce. 




$ 


S 


.? 


$ 


■ s 


S 


$ 


1868 


1,276,129 


t 


1,276,129 


3,357,510 


t 


3,357,510 


18,742,625 


t 


1869 


1,941,485 


t 


1,941,485 


.3,242,710 


t 


3,242,710 


20,423,882 


t 


1870 


2,192,541 


t 


2,192,541 


3,608,549 


t 


3,608,549 


21,533,300 


t 


1871 


2,841,124 


t 


2,841,124 


3,994,275 


t 


3,994,275 


23,063,223 


t 


1872 


4,779,594 


t 


4,779,594 


4,386,214 


t 


4,386,214 


24,459,877 


t. 


1873 


.5,853,860 


t 


5,853,860 


4,779,277 


t 


4,779,277 


29,298,917 


t 


1874 


3,760,835 


t 


3,760,835 


5,292,368 


i- 


5,292,368 


27,237,779 


t 


1875 


3,643,398 


t 


3,643,398 


5,380,527 


t 


5,380,527 


25,070,410 


t 


1876 


3,731,827 


55,975 


3,787,802 


5,500,989 


232 


5,501,221 


20,333,230 


209,405 


1877 


3,644,040 


54,918 


3,698,958 


5,874,360 





5,874,360 


23,010,249 


655,338 


1878 


2,816,347 


53,016 


2,869,363 


6,853,975 


75,391 


6,929,366 


19,511,575 


543,254 


1879 


3,082,900 


104,822 


3,187,722 


6,928,871 


143,332 


7,072,203 


13,261,459 


5.35,800 


1880 


2, 877, .351 


104,262 


2,981,613 


6,579,656 


73,691 


6,653,347 


16,854,-507 


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 


2.5,645 


6,869,033 


21,034,611 


1,830,476 


1887 


3,805,959 


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 


5.977,7.36 


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 


1,351,9.31 


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 


200,435 


13,568,585 


9,909,662 


41,642 


9,951,304 


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 


30,009,857 


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 


31,064,861 


170,304 


31,235,165 


11,800,184 


26,462 


11,826,646 


36,386,015 


45,099 


1904 


33,626,739 


202,123 


33,828,862 


10,759,029 


14,168 


10,773,197 


33,091,922 


276,859 


1905 


31,932,329 


259,741 


32,192,070 


11,114,318 


30,580 


11,144,898 


33,235,683 


126,370 


1906 


35,469,631 


236,399 


35,706,030 


16,025,840 


23,554 


16,049,394 


38,824,170 


151,373 


1907* 


26,191,955 


164,327 


26,356,282 


10,362,142 


34,776 


10,396,918 


33,476,098 


111,376 


1908 


39,177,133 


383,479 


39,560,612 


13,867,368 


39,199 


13,906,567 


44,170,470 


333,901 


1909 


37,257,699 


306,169 


37,563,868 


13,319,664 


28,314 


13,347,978 


39,667,387 


225,963 


1910 


40,087,017 


443,826 


40,530,843 


15,663,162 


97,229 


15,760,391 


47,517,033 


171,223 


1911 


42,787,561 


290,879 


43,078,440 


15,675,544 


114,315 


15,789,859 


45,439,0.57 


158.542 



9 months ended March 31. f Not separately stated prior to 1876. 



CANADIAN TRADE 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

of Canada during each Fiscal Year, 1868 to 1911. 





Animals 


AND THEIR PRODUCE. 


Agricultural Products 


CS 


Totals. 


Canadian 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


Canadian 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


1 


s 


S 


$ 


^ 


$ 


$ 


s 




18,742,625 


6,893,167 


t 


6,893,167 


12,871,0.55 


t 


12,871,055 


1868 


20,423,882 


8,769,407 


t 


8,769,407 


12,182,702 


t 


12,182,702 


1869 


21,533,300 


12,138,161 


t 


13,138,161 


13,676,619 


t 


13,676,619 


1870 


23,063,223 


12,608,506 


t 


12,608,506 


9,853,924 


t 


9,853,924 


1871 


24,459,877 


12,706,967 


t 


12,706,967 


13,378,891 


t 


13, .378, 891 11872 


29,298,917 


14,243,017 


t 


14,24.3,017 


14,995,340 


t 


14, 995, .340; 1873 


27,237,779 


14,679,169 


t 


14,679,169 


19,590,142 


t 


19, 590, 142 1 1874 


25,070,410 


12.700,507 


t 


12,700,507 


17,258, .358 


t 


17,258.35811875 


20,542,635 


13,614,569 


1,030,599 


14,645,168 


21,139,665 


5,169,024 


26,308,6891876 


23,665,587 


14,220,617 


1,140,434 


15,361,051 


14,689,370 


4,590,350 


19,279,726 1877 


20,054,829 


14,019,857 


5.57,229 


14,577,086 


18,008,754 


9,272,3.35 


27,281,089 1878 


13,797,259 


14,100,604 


636,789 


14,737,393 


19,028,461 


6,342,423 


25,970,88711879 


17,666,693 


17.607,577 


896,432 


18,504,009 


22, 294, .328 


9,992,800 


32,287,128 1880 


25,709,848 


21,360,219 


1,305,391 


22,665,610 


21,208,327 


10,025,800 


31,294,1271881 


24,962,652 


20,454,759 


951,046 


21,405,805 


31,035,712 


4,553,986 


35,-589,698 1882 


26,648,441 


20, 284, .34.-^ 


881,075 


21,165,418 


22,818,519 


6,690,514 


29,515,0.33 1883 


27,296,083 


22,946,108 


1,206,076 


24,152,184 


12, .397, 843 


5,758,217 


18,156,060:i884 


22,373,305 


25,337,104 


1.166,890 


26,503,994 


14,-518,293 


4,602,073 


19,120,366 


1885 


22,865,087 


22,005,4.33 


1,012,080 


23,077,513 


17,052,779 


3,789,038 


21,441,817 


18^6 


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 


18&S 


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 


26,030,672 


11,908,030 


5,.337,545 


17,245,575 


1890 


25,865,868 


2.5,967,741 


1,280,525 


27,248,260 


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 


5,013,705 


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 


30,507,641 


896,755 


37,404,390 


14,083,361 


3,890,650 


17,974,011 


1896 


31,432,294 


39,245,252 


1,123,008 


40,308,200 


17,982,646 


7,711,621 


25,694,267 


1897 


27,043,072 


44,.301,470 


1,834,668 


46,130,138 


33,063,285 


10,604,494 


43,727,779 


1898 


28,114,295 


46,743,130 


1,281,684 


48,024,814 


22,952,915 


14,446,999 


37,401,914 


1899 


29,954,089 


56,148,807 


1,147,860 


57,296,667 


27,516,609 


10,953,352 


38,469,961 


1900 


30,276,180 


55,495,311 


803,971 


56,299,282 


24,781,486 


13,786,506 


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 


33,368,781 


63,812,117 


548,323 


64,360,440 


37,138,875 


8,483,110 


45,621,985 


1904 


33,362,053 


63,337,458 


64.3,461 


63,980,919 


29,994,150 


4,146,259 


34,140,409 


1905 


38,975,543 


66,455,960 


730,215 


67,186,175 


54,062,337 


6,153,398 


60,215,735 


1906 


33,587,474 


55,422,499 


631,119 


56,053,618 


35,856,616 


7,274,792 


43,131,408 


1907* 


44,504,371 


55,101,260 


812,522 


55,913,782 


66,009,939 


9,478,996 


75,548,935 


1908 


39,893,3.50 


51,349,646 


677,004 


52,026,710 


71,997,207 


10,746,719 


82,743,926 


1909 


47,688,256 


53,920,515 


770,115 


54,696,630 


90,433,747 


11,913,917 


102,347,694 1910 


45,597,599 


52,244,174 


809,663 


53,053,837 


82,001,284 


7,457,829 


90,059,1131911 

! 



10 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
Ko 4 — Statement (by Classes) of the Values of the Exports 



1 


Manufactures. 


Miscellaneous. 


Totals. 


1>' 


CaHadian 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


Canadian 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


Canadian 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 




$ 


$ 


S 


$ 


$ 


$ 


§ 


$ 


1868 


2,100,411 


t 


2,100,411 


302,280 


t 


302,280 


45,543,177 


4,196,821 


1869 


2,412,559 


t 


2,412,559 


350,559 


t 


350,559 


49,323,304 


3,855,801 


1870 


2,560,370 


t 


2,560,370 


371,652 


t 


371,652 


56,081,192 


6,527,622 


1871 


2,432,750 


+ 


2,432,750 


387,554 


t 


387,554 


55,181,356 


9,853,244 


1872 


2,716,499 


t 


2,716,499 


515,985 


t 


515,985 


62,944,027 


12,798,182 


1873 


3,609.903 


t 


3,609,903 


465,292 


1' 


465,292 


73,245,606 


9,405,910 


1874 


2,946,655 


t 


2,946,655 


419,800 


t 


419,800 


73,926,748 


10,614,096 


1875 


3,028,512 


t 


3,028,512 


409,181 


t 


409,181 


67,490,893 


7.137,319 


1876 


5,148,201 


619,546 


5,767,747 


393,368 


150,180 


543,548 


69,801,849 


7,234,961 


1877 


4,105,422 


576,337 


4,681,759 


320,816 


93,731 


414,547 


65,864,880 


7,111,108 


1878 


4,127,755 


588,021 


4,715,776 


401,871 


75,632 


477,503 


65,740,134 


11,104,878 


1879 


2,700,281 


528,480 


3,228,761 


386,999 


63,998 


. 450,997 


60,089,578 


8,355,644 


1880 


3,242,617 


1,241,594 


4,484,211 


640,155 


119,041 


759,196 


70,096,191 


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 


482.230 


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 


,522,014 


778,330 


10,300,344 


63,531 


532,702 


596,233 


119,68.5,410 


10,825.163 


1898 


10,678,316 


1,192,535 


11,870,851 


61,405 


394,539 


455,944 


139,920,932 


14,9^0,883 


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 


14,266,254 


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 


1904 


19,864,049 


2,575,870 


22,439,919 


121,708 


540,786 


662,494 


198,414,439 


12,641,239 


1905 


21,191,333 


3,451,701 


24,643,034 


49,675 


1,959,003 


2,008,678 


190,854,946 


10,617,115 


1906 


24,561,112 


3,089,166 


27,650,278 


84,906 


789,741 


874,647 


235,483,956 


11,173,846 


1907* 


19,087,988 


2,407,013 


21,495,001 


148,008 


918,524 


1,066,532 


180,545,306 


11,541,927 


1908 


28,507,124 


4,562,344 


33,069,468 


67,674 


797,543 


86.3,217 


246,960,968 


16,407,984 


1909 


28,957,050 


3,997,139 


32,954,189 


54,931 


1,337,414 


1,392,345 


242,603.584 


17,318,782 


1910 


31,494,916 


4,458,445 


35,953,361 


125,161 


1,661,657 


1,786,818 


279,247,551 


19,516,442 


1911 


35,283.118 


5,149,408 


40,432,526 


285,815 


1,703,021 


1,988,836 


274,316,553 


15,683,657 



9 Months ended March 31 f Not separately stated prior to 1876. 



CANADIAX TRADE 



11 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

of Canada during each Fiscal Year, 1868 to 1911 — Concluded. 



Estimated 

Short 
Tc)i;als. Reijorted. 



Coin and Blllion. 



Canadian Foreign Totals 
Produce. Produce. 



Grand Total Exports. 



Canadian 
Produce. 



Foreign 
Produce. 



Totals. 



49,739,998 
53.179,105 
62,608,814 
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, 197 
94,296,496 
97,671,164! 
94,037,480j 
86,521,185, 
84,263,1641 
82,413,585: 
86,513,353' 
87,101,14^11 
84,140,259 
91,387,2951 
94,556,375 
108,806,044 
110.948,346; 
112,420,658 

106,013,394 

112,985,490 

130(510,573 

154,901,815 

i 
150,321,.3.50j 

177.776.0441 

■ I 

194,509,143 

20?, 970, 864 

22.5,229,76]' 

211,055,6781 

201,472,061 

246,657,802 

192.087,233 

263,-368,952 

259,922,366 

298,763,993 

290, (KX), 210 



S 

2,961 

3,077. 
2,962, 
2,448. 
2,887. 
3,292 
2,815. 
2,218, 
2,629, 
2,165, 
2,249, 
2,341, 
2,803, 
3,023, 
4,094 
3,416, 
2,701. 
2,948! 
2,781, 
2,996! 
3,084! 
3,070, 
2,922, 
2,913! 
3,348, 
3,482, 
3,264, 



722 
468 
398' 

668 ; 

056 i 

419 

249! 

930 ! 

588' 

666 

66G!. 

447! . 

506 . 

322, 

946j. 

724'. 

019 

217|. 

198i. 

889:. 

322 . 

6.52 . 

072,. 

994' 

213 

308 

911 



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 



3,300,090: 256,571 

3,329,053j 207,532 

3,947,130| 327,298 

4,627,730' 1,045,723 

4,559,530 1,101,245 



5,461,511 



1,670,068 



733,7391 

168,989: 

704,586 

1,771,755' 

971,005 

371,093 

631,600. 

2,184,292, 

2,026,980i 

56,531: 

5.569 

17,534 

1,978,256; 

2,439,782i 

817.599 

1,502, 67ll 

3,824,230 

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 

2,465,557 

1,844,811 

9,928,828 

13, 189, 964 1 

16,637,654 

2; l,589,791j 

2,594,536 



4,866,168 

4,218,208 
8,002,278 
6,690,350 
4,010,398 
3,845,987 
1.995,835 
i; 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 

17,5.34 

1,978,256 

2.439,782 

946,927 
1,809,118 
4,1.33,698 
1,839,380 

4,325,319] 103,085,012! 10,553,791: 113,638,803 



53,371,067 
56,618,980 
67,045,808 
64,320,374 
69,841,481 
80,384,012 
78,737,832 
70,749,660 
73,731,474 
68,030,546 
67,989,800 
62,431.025 
72,899.697 
83,944,701 
94,137,657 
87,702,431 
79,833,098 
79,1.31,735 
77 756,704 
80,960,909 
81,33^072 
80,272,4.56 
85,257,-586 
88,801,(66 
99,338,913 
105,798,257 
104,161,770 



,S 

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,.33.3,867 

9,060,230' 

15,011,7611 

14,346,122 

7,999,546' 

10,383,373 

11,573,398 

10,105,626 

7,494,610 

8,554,902 

8,820,928 

8,916,711' 

11,491,563 

9,616,230 

14,624,462 

12.766,095 

13,363,179 



S I 

57,567,888 
60,474,781 
73,573,490 
74,173,018 
82,639,663 
89,789,922' 
89,351,928 
77,886,979 
80,966,435 
75,875,393, 
79,323,667 
71,491,255 
87,911,458 
98,290,823 
102,137,203 
98,085,804 
91,406,496, 
89,238,3611 
85,251,314) 
89,515,811 
90,203,0001 
89,189,167 
96,749,1491 
98,417,296] 
11.3,963,375 
118,564.3521 
117,.524,949{ 



4,699,3091 
3,492,550 
4,623,138 
4,016,025 
8,657,168 
1,978,489 
1,669,422 
619,963j 
2, 465, .557 
l,844,81l! 
9,928,828 

13,189,964! 

16,637,654| 
1,589,7931 
2,594,536i 



109,915,337 
123,9.59,838 
145,594,385 
138,462,037 
170,642,.369 
177,431,386 
196,019,763 
214,401,674 
198,414,439 
190,854,916 
235,483,956 
180,545,306 
246,960,968 
242,603,586 
279,247,551 
274,316,553 



11,098,515 121,013,852 



13,990,415 
18,558,298 
20,434,868 
21,252,354 
19,056,246 
15.620,-523 
11,448,050 

15,106,796 

i 
12,461.926^ 

! 
21,102,674 

24,731,891; 

33,04.5,638 

18,908,573 

22,110,978 

15,683,6.57 



•:s>^ 



1868 
1869 

1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
18^7 
1885 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 

1895 

1896 



137,950,253 1897 

164,152,683 1898 

i 
158,896,905 1899 

191,894,723 

196,487,632 

211,640,286 

225,849,724 1903 

213,521,235; 1904 



1900 
1991 
1902 



1905 
1906 



203,316,872 
256,586.630 
205,277,1971 1907 •* 
280,006,606 1908 
261,512, 159| 1909 
301,358,529 1910 
290,000,2101 1911 



12 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

]^o. 5 Statement (by Classes) of the Values of the Exports of Canada (Canadian 

sent to the United Kingdom, the 

EXPORTS, THE PRO 



u 


The Mine. 




The Fisheries. 






U.K. 


U.S. 


O.C. 


Totals. 


U.K. 


U.S. 


O.C. 


Totals. 




$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


S 


s 


s 


1868 


421,093 


733,980 


121,056 


1,276,129 


226,915 


926,792 


2,203,803' 


3,357,510 


1869 


735,573 


1,096,536 


109,376 


1,941,485 


236,249 


1,085,611 


1,920,850 


3,242,710 


1870 


842,339 


1,182,443 


167,759: 


2,192,541 


,321,028 


94.3,188 


2,344,.333 


3,608,549 


1871 


705,840 


2,011,831 


123,453; 


2,841,124 


348,639 


897,546 


2,748,090 


3,994,275 


1872 


665,479 


3,968,824 


145,291, 


4,779,594 


379,869 


851,612 


3,154,733 


4,386,214 


1873 


1,013,945 


4,537,005 


302.910 


5,853,860 


483,157 


1,330,398 


2,959.722 


4,779,277 


1874 


371,869 


3,100,901 


288,065 


3,760,835 


700,813 


1,016,663 


2,974,892 


5,292,368 


1875 


157,014 


3,214,130 


272,254 


3,643,398 


652,870 


1,644,826 


3,082,831 


5,380,527 


1876 


362,889 


3,167,912 


201,026 


3.731,827 


687,101 


1,475,319 


3,338,569 


5,500,989 


1877 


1,061,201 


2,413,525 


169,314 


3,644,040 


808, .330 


1,317,917 


3,748,113 


5,874,360 


1878 


142,374 


2,472,979 


200,994 


2,816,347 


1,043,539 


2,367,007 


3,443,429 


6,853,975 


]87!> 


265,305 


2,636,334 


181,261 


3,082,900 


1,494,846 


1.899,190 


3,534.835 


6,928,871 


1880 


216,867 


2,495,624 


164.860 


2,877,351 


1,154,245 


1,738,870 


3,686,541 


0,579,656 


1881 


253,652 


2,346,529 


167,648 


2,767,829 


1,502,802 


2,241,585 


3,063,328 


6,807,715 


1882 


311,456 


2,418,021 


284,096 


3,013,573 


2,129,982 


2,441,204 


3,110,893 


7.082,079 


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 


8,591,054 


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 


1,580,771 


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 


478,2C.0 


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 


2,8.50,528 


2,903,956 


8,461,906 


1891 


851,791 


4,600,800 


331,549 


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 


244,500 


4,756,280 


329,050 


5,329,890 


2,347,076 


3,-503,904 


2,892,070 


8,74.3,050 


1894 


257,613 


5,130,186 


413,210 


5,801,009 


4,586,715 


3,200,677 


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 


4,360,081 


2,998,655 


2,949,587 


10,314,323 


1898 


212,304 


13,838,831 


412,121 


14,463,250 


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 


33,145,856 


998,876 


34,947,574 


6,374,877 


4,184,403 


3,584,014 


14,143,294 


1903 


597,130 


29,546,605 


921,126 


31,064,861 


3,904,793 


3,760,266 


4,135,125 


11,800,184 


1904 


641,072 


32,025,193 


960,474 


33,626,739 


3,084,930 


4,224,220 


3,449,873 


10,759,029 


1905 


991,874 


28,764,461 


2,175,994 


31,932,329 


2,524,495 


4,593,504 


3,996,259 


11,114,318 


1906 


1,475,839 


32,869,004 


1,124,788 


35,469,631 


6,139,577 


4,880,407 


5,005,856 


16,025,840 


1907* 


1,127,267 


24,067,112 


997,576 


26,191,955 


2,411,102 


3,549,375 


4,401,665 


10,362 142 


1908 


1,560,842 


35,219,840 


2,390,451 


39,177,133 


3,502,590 


4,817,904 


5,546,874 


13,807,368 


1909 


2,986,967 


31,260,862 


3,009,870 


37,257,699 


3,579,627 


4,312,121 


5,427,916 


13,319,604 


1910 


3,820,574 


33,488,464 


2,777,979 


40,087,017 


5,136,215 


4,027,051 


5,899,896 


15,003,162 


1911 


6,726,015 


33,129,505 


2,932,041 


42,787,561 


4,435,891 


4,980,741 


6,258,912 


15,675,544 

1 



* 9 Months ended March 31. 



CANADIAX TRADE 



13 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Produce) during each Fiscal Year, 1868 to 1911, showing in each case the portion 
United States and other Countries. 

DUCE OF CANADA. 





The Forest. 




AXIMALS AND 


rHEiR Produce. 




U.K. 


U.S. 


O.C. 


Totals. 


U.K. 


U.S. 


O.C. 


Totals. 


c3 ^ 


•S 


S 


$ 


§ 


S 


S 


S 


S 




9,354,244 


7,842,526 


1,545,855 


18,742,625 


2,724,017 


3,794,673 


374,477 


6,893,167 


1868 


11,151,161 


7,515,075 


1,757,646 


20,423,882 


3,342,377 


5,011,989 


415,041 


8,769,407 


1869 


10,600,994 


8,925,122 


2,007,184 


21,5.33.300 


4,345,179 


7,326,764 


466,218 


12,138,161 


1870 


11,6.31,710 


9,158,603 


2,272,910 


2,3,063,223 


4,859,709 


7,191,154 


557,643 


12,608,506 


1871 


12,7711,984 


9,215,403 


2,467.490 


24,459,877 


6,087,792 


6,103,684 


515,491 


12,706,967 


1872 


13,720,614 


12,622,959 


2,955,314 


29,298,917 


7,245,415 


6,553,900 


443,702 


14,243,017 


1873 


14,928,878 


9,719,946 


2, .588, 955 


27,237,779 


8,559,764 


5,706.366 


41.3,039 


14,679,169 


1874 


16,-^03,818 


6,402,847 


2,363,745 


25,070,410 


7.026,730 


5,085,172 


588,605 


12, 700, .507 


1875 


14,029,090 


4,793,065 


1,511,075 


20,333,230 


7,887,627 


4,896,786 


830,1.56 


13,614,-569 


1876 


16,737,568 


4,.522,.508 


1,750,173 


23,010,249 


9,013,441 


4,592,707 


614 469 


14,220,617 


1877 


13,271,372 


4,481,053 


1,759.150 


19,511,575 


9,060,279 


4,483,106 


476,472 


14,019,857 


1878 


7,328,313 


4,231,484 


1,701,662 


13,261,459 


9,120,141 


4,553,262 


427,201 


14,100,604 


1879 


8,673,336 


6,532,418 


1,648,753 


16,854,507 


11,104,223 


6,016,988 


486,366 


17,607,577 


1880 


14,758,890 


8,349,844 


1,851,278 


24,960,012 


15,327,9(;4 


5,546,944 


485,311 


21,.360,219 


1881 


11,349,866 


10,192,933 


2,448,2.56 


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 


13,1.58,194 


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 


2.5,337,104 


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 


8.9.32,177 


10,622,338 


1,748,299 


21,30J,814 


16,571,072 


7,59.5,743 


552,482 


24,719,297 


1888 


10,197,529 


11,043,023 


1,802,4.55 


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 


11,763,0.58 


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 


24,088,081 


3,935,924 


590,845 


28,594,850 


1892 


10,821,082 


13,859,960 


1,678,868 


2<;, 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 


14,059,585 


15,435,759 


1,763,385 


31,258,729 


33,600,891 


5,081,811 


562,550 


39,245,252 


1897 


15, 6:^8, .549 


9,336,252 


1,536,7.38 


26,511,539 


39,737,089 


4,192,943 


371,4.38 


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 


15,0.j8,036 


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 


49,186,025 


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 


2,666,348 


36,386,015 


62,998,927 


5,319,198 


1,499,417 


69,817,.542 


1903 


14,962,927 


15,009,838 


3,119,157 


33,091,922 


57,920,010 


4,217,653 


1,674,454 


63,812,117 


1904 


12,214,007 


17,837,049 


3,184,627 


33,235,683 


56,097,451 


5,906,259 


1,333,748 


63,337,458 


1905 


12,498,738 


23,085,040 


3,240,392 


38,824,170 


57,758,417 


7,259,329 


1,438,214 


66,455,960 


1906 


11,783,564 


18,397,753 


3,294,781 


33,476,098 


48, .313, 070 


6,035,029 


1,074,400 


55,422,499 


1907* 


11,843,091 


27,470,754 


4,856,622 


44,170,470 


46,335,833 


7,729,137 


1,036,290 


55,101,260 


1908 


9,845,422 


26,421,373 


3,400,592 


39,667,387 


42,937,405 


7,364,546 


987,695 


51,349,646 


1909 


11,033,074 


31,835,326 


4,648,633 


47,517,033 


41,860,777 


10,629,614 


1,436,124 


53,926,515 


1910 


11,965,131 


28,785,427 


4,688,499 


4"), 439, 057 


40,636,575 


10,063,544 


1,544,055 


52,244,174 


1911 



14 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

Xo. 5 — Statement (by Classes) of the Values of the Exports of Canada (Canadian 

sent to the United Kingdom, the United 

EXPORTS THE PRO 



Fiscal 
Years. 




Agricultural Product 


s. 




Manufactures- 




U.K. 


U.S. 


0. C. 


Tota'-. 


U. K. 


U. S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 




S 


s 


S 


s 


s 


S 


-S 


S 


1868 


4,056.340 


8,136,017 


678,698 


12.«71.055 


1,107,40;- 


082,851 


310,152 


2,100,411 


1869 


3,620,584 


7,912,017 


650,101 


12,1S2,702 


1.38.5,905 


720,774 


305,820 


2.412.559 


1870 


5,377,970 


7,600,330 


098,319 


13,670,01:1 


1.009,04^ 


1.086.0!-3 


465,243 


2.560,370 


1871 


3,222,931 


6,022,432 


608,501 


9,853,924 


942,12? 


j; 091, 801 


398,822 


2,432,7.50 


1872 


4,440,441 


8,014,160 


924,290 


13,378,891 


790, ^1 ;• 


1.439,062 


478.024 


2.716.499 


1873 


7,455,272 


6,446,374 


1,09.3,694 


14,995,340 


1.42S.74^ 


1,541,698 


039,457 


3,609:903 


1874 


9,804,375 


8,743,669 


1,042,098 


19,590,142 


I.3f;7,04- 


1,1.34,345 


444,366 


2,946,655 


1875 


8,432,963 


8,012,813 


812,582 


17,258,358 


1,571. 55( 


086,604 


470,352 


3,028,512 


1876 


8,394,103 


11,744,615 


1,000,947 


21,139,005 


2.9rt5,24i 


1,047,211 


1,135,741 


5,148,201 


1877 


5,752,550 


8,038,250 


898,576 


14,089.370 


2J»OS.sl7 


988,433 


1,018,172 


4.105,422 


1878 


10,087.^29 


6,977,038 


944,387 


18,008.754 


2.224.37S 


983.027 


920,355 


4; 127, 755 


1879 


10,048,6.'<2 


8,591,143 


988,689 


19,628.404 


1.107.385 


881,685 


711,211 


2.700,281 


1880 


12,641,961 


8,086,795 


1,565,572 


22, 294,32s 


l,3Sf>,740 


1,283,342 


572,-529 


3,242,617 


1881 


9,490,890 


10,631,374 


1,146,063 


21,208,327 


1,211.91 .- 


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 


591,857 


3.329,598 


1883 


9,474,740 


11,989,280 


1,354,499 


22,S1S.51!» 


1,211,18; 


1,003,274 


088,757 


3.503,220 


1884 


3,990,127 


7,503,111 


904,605 


12,.397,813 


1,443,630 


1,265,652 


868,253 


3.-577,535 


1885 


5,502,763 


8,392,341 


623,189 


14 518,29S 


1.335,700 


1,135,741 


710,054 


3,181,501 


1886 


7,729,264 


8,752,994 


1,170,521 


17,652,779 


1,026,801 


1,207,356 


589,920 


2.824,137 


1887 


9,438,408 


7,966,248 


1,421,-579 


18,820,235 


1,270,102 


1,289,052 


520,758 


3;079,972 


1888 


4,292,640 


10,306,278 


837,442 


15,430,300 


1,702,89-i 


1,032,025 


766.363 


4,161,282 


1889 


3,674,055 


9,125,707 


614,349 


1.3,414,111 


1,079,-359 


1,822,948 


9.32; 642 


4,434.949 


1890 


3,661.826 


7,519,253 


726,951 


11,908,030 


1,810.147 


2,007,282 


1,257,755 


5,741,184 


1891 


5,254;028 


7,291,246 


1,121,584 


13,060,8.58 


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 


17,077,649 


3,120,614 


2; 418, 607 


2,123,534 


7,692,7-55 


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 


21,674,905 


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 


0,652,336 


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 


6,535,346 


44,024,321 


6,728,298 


8,236,129 


5,660,540 

■ 


20,024,967 


1904 


27,266,656 


3,863,021 


6,009,198 


37,138,87c 


6,231,094 


7,416,498 


6,216,457 


19,5*54,049 


1905 


18,884,067 


5,034,640 


6,075,443 


29,994,150 


6,378,419 


8,280,842 


6,-532,072 


21.191,333 


]906 


42,305,048 


5,779,964 


5,977,325 


54,062,337 


7,233,232 


9,652,-328 


7,675,552 


24,-561,112 


1907* 


29,940,454 


2,147,081 


3,769,081 


35,856,010 


5,030,956 


7,924,107 


6,126,92: 


19,087,988 


1908 


55,453,583 


3,123,689 


7,492,667 


66,069,939 


7,472,3-57 


12,427,258 


8,607,509 


28,507,124 


1909 


58,033,165 


4,120,244 


8,943,798 


71,997,207 


8,024,308 


11,828,241 


9,104,501 


28,9.57,0-50 


1910 


71,004,416 


8,204,250 


11,225,081 


90,433.747 


6,610,756 


15,350,280 


9,533,880 


31,494 916 


1911 


61,393,720 


10,385,705 


10,821,859 


82,601,284 


6,973,820 


16,524,005 


11,785,293 


3.5,283,118 



* 9 Months ended March 31. 



CANADIAN TRADE 



15 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Produce) during each Fiscal Year, 1868 to 1911, showing in each case the portion 
States and other Countries — Continued. 

DUCE OF CAl^ABA-Continued. 





Miscellaneous. 




Total Merchandise the Produce of Canada. 


Fiscal 


U. K. 


U.S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 


U. K. 


U.S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 


Years. 


$ 


S 


$ 


S 


$ 


S 


S 




15,791 


271,007 


15,482 


302,280 


17,905,808 


22,387,846 


5,249,523 


45,543,177 


1868 


14,480 


298,186 


37,893 


350,559 


20,486,389 


23,640,188 


5,196,727 


49,323,304 


1869 


16,437 


335,000 


20,215 


371,652 


22,512.991 


27,398,930 


6,169,271 


56,081,192 


1870 


22,600 


342,323 


22,631 


387,554 


21,733,556 


26,715,690 


6,732,110 


55,181,356 


1871 


73,807 


391,691 


50,487 


515,985 


25,223,785 


29,984,440 


7,735,802 


62,944,027 


1872 


55,053 


383,391 


26,848 


46c, 292 


31,402,234 


33,421,725 


8,421,647 


73,24.5,606 


1873 


35,547 


358,666 


25,587 


419, 8Co 


3.5,769,190 


30,380,556 


7,777,002 
7,607,941 


73,926,748 


1874 


54,183 


337,426 


17,572 


409,181 


34,199,134 


25,683,818 


67,490,893 


1875 


52,946 


326,242 


14,180 


393,368 


34,-379,005 


27,451,150 


8,031,694 


69,861,849 


1876 


19,764 


287,326 


13,726 


320,816 


35,491,671 


22,160,666 


8,212,543 


65,864,880 


1877 


31,844 


367,133 


2,894 


401,871 


35,861,110 


22,131,343 


7,747,681 


65,740,134 


1878 


28,802 


356,811 


1,386 


386.999 


29,393,424 


23,149,909 


7,546,245 


60,089,578 


1879 


30,653 


608,668 


834 


640,155 


35,208,031 


26,762,705 


8,125,455 


70,096,191 


1880 


31,106 


588,276 


2,800 


622,182 


42,637,219 


31,015,109 


7,269,051 


80,921,379 


1881 


17,811 


514,680 


.3,444 


535,935 


39,816,813 


41,687,638 


8,538,260 


90,042,711 


1882 


19,741 


.502,050 


7,104 


528,895 


39,538,067 


36,096,-501 


8,6.51,139 


84,285,707 


1883 


38,958 


507,691 


14,041 


560,690 


37,410,870 


31,631,622 


8,089,587 


77,132,079 


1884 


54,684 


485,964 


16,726 


557,374 


36,479,051 


32,618,593 


7,085,874 


76,183,518 


1885 


47,136 


551,503 


5,372 


604,011 


36,694,263 


31,503,292 


6,777,951 


74,975,506 


1886 


62,884 


569,918 


11,5.59 


644,361 


38,714,331 


32,273,033 


6,976,656 


77,964,020 


1887 


66,340 


701,616 


5,921 


773,877 


33,648,284 


37,32.3,161 


7,326,305 


78,297,750 


1838 


53,995 


727,273 


2,384 


783,652 


33,504,281 


36,449,288 


7,248,235 


77,201,804 


188» 


5,352 


76,773 


381 


82,506 


41,499,149 


33,291,207 


7,545,158 


82,335,514 


1890 


360 


43,144 


1,833 


45,3.37 


43,243,784 


34,829,436 


7,684,524 


85,757,744 


1891 


50 


70,621 


847 


71,518 


54,949,055 


31,317,857 


9,417,341 


95,684,253 


1892 


47,618 


45,876 


198 


03,692 


58,409,606 


33,813,802 


9,783,082 


102,006,490 


1893 


20,052 


54,308 


967 


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(V 


28,056 


33,760 


1,715 


63,531 


69,5.33,852 


39,717,057 


10,434,501 


119,685,410 


1897 


6,443 


51,562 


3,400 


61,405 


93,065,019 


34,361,795 


12,494,118 


139,920,932 


1898 


43,458 


53,238 


2,473 


99,169 


85,113,681 


34,766,955 


12,920,626 


132,801,262 


1899 


58,289 


117,024 


32,757 


208,070 


96,562,875 


52,534,977 


14,412,938 


163,510,790 


1900 


27,596 


9,305 


7,588 


44,489 


92,857,525 


67,983,673 


16,590,188 


177,431,386 


1901 


31,056 


1,146 


397 


32,599 


109,347,345 


66,567,784 


20,104,634 


196,019,763 


1902 


21,704 


44,655 


17,425 


83,784 


125,199,980 


67,766,367 


21,435,327 


214,401,674 


1903 


14,203 


100,456 


7,049 


121,708 


110,120,892 


66,-856,885 


21,436,662 


198,414,439 


1904 


24,554 


9,950 


15,171 


49,675 


97,114,867 


70,426,765 


23,313,31-1 


190,854,946 


1905 


45,614 


20,23-1 


19,058 


84,906 


127,456,465 


83,546,306 


24,481,185 


23-3,48.3,956 


1906 


78,773 


59,982 


9,253 


148,008 


98,691,186 


62,180,439 


19,673,681 


180,545,306 


1907* 


25,825 


26,289 


15,560 


67,674 


126,194,124 


90,814,871 


29,951,973 


246,960,^68 


1908 


17,830 


27,419 


9,682 


54,931 


126,384,724 


85,334,806 


30,884,054 


242,603,584 


1909 


17,133 


64,690 


43,338 


125,161 


139,482,945 


104,199,675 


35,564,931 


279,247,551 


1910 


25,772 


24fi,896 


13,147 


285,815 


132,156,924 


104,11.5,823 


38,043,806 


274,316,553 


1911 



16 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

No. 5 — iStatement (by Classes) of the Values of the Exports of Canada (Canadian 

sent to the United Kingdom, the United 

EXPORTS THE PRO 



Fiscal 
Years. 


Estimated short Reported. 


Coin and 


U. K. 


U. S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 


U. K- 


U. S. 


1868 


S 


2,961,722 

3,077,468 


$ 


2,961,722 


S 

889,032 

12,486 

1,134,784 

2,576,738 

5,355 


3,975,189 


1869 






.3,077,468 
2,962,398 
2, 148,668 


4,205,722 


1870 
1871 


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 




6,867,494 
4,113,612 


1872 
1873 




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 

4,5.59,530 

5, 461,. 511 


3,388,765 
3,740,957 


1874 


67,652 
38^017 


1,928,183 


1875 




1,039,837 


1876 

1877 




1,202,020 


1878 










1879 








1880 









1881 




3,023,322 






1882 




4,094,946 
3,416,724 
2,701,019 









1883 









1884 






1885 




2,948,217 
2,781,198 
•2,996,889 
3,034,322 








1886 






1887 








1888 





1889 


3,070,652j 

2,922,072 






1890 






1891 


2,913,994 
3,-348,213 






129,328 


1892 








306,447 


1893 


3,482,308 
3,264,911 

3,300,090 

3,329,053 

3,947,130 

4,627,730 

4..5.59..5.30 







309,459 


1894 




310,006 


1895 




256,571 


1896 






1,000 


206,447 


1897 






327,298 


1898 




1,045,723 


1899 




874 


1,100,371 


1900 


1 
5,461,511 




1,670,068 


1901 






1902 






1 




1903 


1 








1904 










1905 










1906 






! 




1907* 


■ 








1908 






1 
1 




1909 








2 




1910 












1911 

























9 Months ended March 31. + Includes Exports Manitoba for only three months ended June 30, 1871- 



CAXADIAX TRADE 



17 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Produce) during each Fiscal Year, 1868 to 1911, showing in each case the portion 
States and other Countries — Concluded. 

DUCE OF CANADA— Comhided. 



Bullion. 



O. C. 



1,947 



Totals. 



616,278, 
105,030 



Sol 



4,866,168 
4,218,2081 
8,002,278 
6,690,350 
4,010,398 
3,845,987 
1,995,835 
1,039,837 
1,240,037 



129,328 
.W6,447 
309,459 
310,006 

256,571 

207,532 

327,298 
1,045,723 
1,101,245 
1,670,068 



Grand Total Exports— thk Produce of Canada. 

Totals. 



U. K. 



18,794,840 
20,498,875 
23,647,775 
+24,310,294 
25,229,140 
31,402,234 
35,836,842 
34,199,134 
34,417,022 
35,491,671 
35,861,110 
29,393,424 
35.208,031 
42,637,219 
39,816,813 
39,538,067 
37,410,870 
36,479,051 
36,694,263 
38,714,331 
33,648,284 
33,504,281 
41,499,149 
43.243,784 
54,949,055 
58,409,606 
60,878,056 



U.S. 



62, 718,941 1 
69.5.33,852! 

93,065,0191 

i 

85, 114, 555 1 

96,562,875 

92,857,525 

109,347,345 

125,199,980 

110,120,892 

97,114,867 

127,456,465 

98,691,186 

126,194,124 

126,384,726 

139,482,945 

1.32,156,924 



O. C. 



29,324,757 
30,924,378 
37,228,822 
t33,277,970 
36,260,261 
40,455,101 
35,123,988 
28,942,585 
31,282,758 
24,326,332 
24,381,009 
25, 491,. 356 
29,566,211 
34,038,431 
45,782,584 
39,513,225 
34,332,641 
3.5,566,810 
34,284,490 
35,269,922 
40,407,483 
39,519,940 
36,213,279 
37,872,758 
34,972,517 
37,605,569 
32,872,515 



57,903,564 35,860,434 



37,995,928 

43,991,485 

i 

40,035,248 

40,426,856 

59,666,556 

67,983,6731 

66,567,784 

67,766,3671 

66,856,885 

70,426,765 

83,546,306 

62,180,439 

90,814,871 

85,334,806 

104,199,675 

104,115,823 



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 
7,747,681 
7,546,245 
8,12.5,455 
7,269,051 
8,538,260 
8,651,139 
8,089,587 
7,08.0,874 
6,777,9511 
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 1 
10,434,501 
12,494,118 
12,920,626 
14,412,938 
16,590,188 
20,104,634 
21,435,327 
21,436,662 
23,313,314 
24,481,185 
19,673,681 
29,951,973 
30 884,054 
35,564,931 
38,043,806 



Fiscal 
Years. 



53,371,067 
56,618,980 
67,045,868 
+64,320,374 
69,841,481 
80,384,012 
78,737,832 
70,749,660 
73,731,474 
68,030,546 
67,989,800 
62,431,025 
72,899,697 
83,944,701 
94,1.37,657 
87,702,431 
79,833,098 
79,131,735 
77,756.704 
80,960,909 
81,382,072 
80,272,456 
85,257,586 
88,801,066 
99,3.38,91P 
10.5,708,257 
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 

198,414,439 

190,854,946 

235,483,956 

180,545,306 

246,960,968 

242,603,586 

279,247,551 

274,316,553 



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 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907* 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 



10—2 



18 



TRADE A^W COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

No. 6 — Statement showing for Canada the average at^ valorem Rates of Duty collected 

able and total from the United Kingdom and the 







I.MPOETS Entered 


FOR Consumption, Merchandise < 


3NLY. 








Total Imports. 


Imports from United Kingc 


om. 


Fiscal 
Years. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 


Duty 
Collected. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 


Ducy 
Collected. 




S 


S 


S 


•S 


s 


5p *$ 


$ 


1868 


4.^,655,696 


23,434,463 


67,090,159 


8,801,446 


28,284,194 


9,-333,131 .37. 61 7. .325 




1869 


41,069,342 


22,085,599 


6.3,15i941 


8,284,507 


28,483,645 


7,013,119 


35,496,764 




4.799,758 


1870 


45,127,422 


21,774,652 


66,902,074 


9,425,028 


.30.022,948' 7,514,147 


37,537,095 


5,037,440 


1871 


60,094,362 


24,120,026 


84,214,388 


11,807,590 


39,81.5,.550i 8,682,0.52 


4^,498,202 


6,544,088 


1872 .... 


68,276,157 


36.679,210 


104,955,307 


13,020,684 


48,197,-3.37 14,011,917 


62,209,254 


7,908,152 


1873 


71,198,176 


53,310,953 


124,509,129 


12,997,578 


47,443,203: 20,553,742 


07,990,945 


7,392,957 


1874 


76,232,530 


46,948,357 


123.180,887 


14,407,318 


47,794,745 13,629,062 


01,424,407 


7,867,481 


1875 


78,138,511 


39,270,057 


117,408,508 


15,347,374 


48,949,803 11,0.59,281 


60,009,084 


8,881,998 


1876 


60,238,297 


32,274,810 


92,513,107 


12,815,904 


32,385,482: 8,093,771 


40,479,253 


6,075,756 


1877 


60,916,770 


33,209,624 


94,120,394 


12,511,567 


32,916,776' 6,414,845 


39,331,621 


0,377,590 


1878 


59,773,039 


30,622,812 


90,.395,851 


12,791,520 


32,139,783 5,112,986 


37,252,709 


6,445,985 


1879 


55,426,836 


23,275,683 


78,702,519 


12,933,916 


27,075,555 3,892,223 


30,967,778 


5,561,933 


1880 


54,182,967 


15,717,575 


69,900,542 


14,129,953 


28,038,1181 5,726,321 


33,764,439 


6.737,997 


1881 


71,620,725 


18,867,604 


90,488,329 


18,492,645 


.35,860,461 7,024,681 


42,885,142 


8,772,950 


1882 


85,757,433 


25,387,751 


111,145,184 


21,700,028 


41,459,730 8,896,5.38 


50,356,208 


10,011,811 


1883 


91,588,339 


30,273,157 


121,861,496 


23,162,553 


-40,732,476 10,947,280 


51,079,762 


9,897,785 


1884 


80,010,498 


25,962.480 


105,972,978 


20,156,448 


32,828,.307! 9,096,814 


41,925,121 


8,001,371 


1885 


73,269,618 


26,486,157 


99,755,775 


19.121,254 


30,702,359, 9,329,089 


40,031,448 


7,617,249 


1886 


70,658,819 


25,333,318 


95,992,137 


19,427,398 


30,385,797 8,647,209 


39,(t33,000 


7,817,-357 


1887 


78,120,679 


26,986,531 


105,107,210 


22,438,309 


35,766,2731 8,975,077 


44,74l,.350 


9,318,920 


1888 


69,645,824 


31,025,804 


100,671,628 


22,187,869 


30,848,116 8,319,528 


39,167,644 


8,972,740 


1889 


74.475,139 


34,623,057 


109,098,196 


2.3,734,364 


32,219,8071 10,031,382 


42,251,189 


9.450,243 


1890 


77,106,286 


34,576,287 


111,682,573 


23,914,144 


.3.3,267,721 10,009,288 
31,447,6601 10,571,283 


43,277,009 


9, .576, 966 


1891 


74,536,036 


36,997,918 


111,.533,954 


23,407,075 


42,018,943 


9,114,272 


1892 


69,160,737 


45,999,076 


115,160,413 


20,531,321 


.30,831,8091 10,2.31,902 


41,063 711 


9,074,201 


1893 


69,873,571 


45,297,259 


115.170,830 


21,154,172 


31,809,2071 10,000,073 


42,529,340 


9,498,747 


1894 


62,779,182 


46,291,729 


109,070,911 


19,309,714 


27,493.160 9,542,803 


37,035,963 


8,245,846 


1895 


58,557,055 


42,118.236 


100,675,891 


17,872,740 


2.3,311.9111 7,747,421 


31,059,332 


7,006,677 


1896 .... 


67,239,759 


38,121,402 


105,301,161 


20,154,724 


24,300,179 


8,4.58,326 


32,824,505 


7.358,514 


1897 


66,220,765 


40,397,062 


106,017,827 


19,844,557 


20,217,422 


9,18.3,766 


29,401,188 


6,205,367 


1898 


74,625,088 


51,682,074 


126,307,162 


21,807,073 


22,.556,479 


9,486,982 


32,043,461 


6,649,429 


1S99 


89,433,172 


59,91.3,287 


149,:<40,459 


25,024,838 


27.521,503 


9,409,815 


36,931,323 


7,328,192 


1900 


104,346,795 


68,160,083 


172.506,878 


28,835,349 


31,561,756 


12,718,227 


44,279,983 


8,074,541 


1901 


105,969,756 


71,730,9.38 


177,700,694 


29,063,973 


31,701,054' 11,118,.341 


42,819,995 


7,845,400 


1902.. .. 


118,657,496 


77,822,694 


196,480,19c 


32,352.538 


35,062,5041 13,960,162 


49,022,726 


8,424,693 


1903 


136,796,065 


88,017,654 


224,813,719 


37,022,581 


42,210,1651 15.582,873 


58,793,038 


9.841.627 


1901.. .. 


148,909,576 


94,680,443 


243,590,019 


40,840,157 


44,939,82^ 16,784,787 


61,724,616 


10,838,017 


1905 


150,928,787 


100,688,332 


2.51,617,119 


41,794,593 


4.5.(i;i9,527 15,243,177 


60,342,704 


11,171,010 


1906 


173,046,109 


110,236,095 


283,282,204 


46,437,440 


52,01.5,725 16,568,190 


69,183,915 


12,944,249 


1907" ... 


152,065,529 


97,072,3)5 


249,737,874 


40,053,624 


48,750,741 15,664,074 


64,41.5,415 


11,823,197 


1908 


218,160,047 


133,719,908 


351,879,955 
283,217,515 


57,991,677 


71,212,207 2.3,205,107 


94,417,314 


17,26.5.293 


1909 


175,014,160 


113,20 {,3.55 


47,804,879 


52,219,881 18,402,220 


70,682,101 


13,449,342 


1910 


227,264,346 


142,551,081 


369,815,427 


60,709,707 


71,822,9411 23,513,480 


95,330,427 


18,032,629 


1911 


282,723,812 


160,021,296 

1 


451,74.5,108 


72,935,639 


84,-511.835 2.5,432,830 


109,934,665 


20,756,811 



9 Months ended March 31 . 



I 



CANADIAN TRADE 



19 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

on Imports /or Consumption dutiable and total ; also on Imports for Consumption duti- 
United States, during each Fiscal Year, 1868 to 1911. 





Average ad valorem Rates of Duty. 




Imports from United States. 


Totals. 


United Kingdom. 


United States. 












^.1 






4 


CD i 
^1 


SI 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 


Duty 
Collected . 


age ad val 
duty on 
6 Imports. 


age ad val. 
duty on 
ports. 


agt! ad val 
duty on 
e Imports. 


age ad val. 
duty on 
ports. 


age ad val 
duty on 
e Imports. 


age ad val 
duty on 
ports. 












a; u-i -^ 


r!^ S 


fe-^3 


fe^E 


S"^2 


■^^s 


1 










> O e« 


> Oh5 


> c a 


> Ol-I 


> O eS 


> Cl-H 


00* 










< 


<i! 


< 
p. e. 


< 


< 


< 


& 


S 


S ^ $ 


S 


p. C. 


p-c. 


p-c. 


p.c. 


p.c. 




10,014,304 


12,645,828 


22,660,132 




20 


161 


13 


119 


i 






1868 


7,793,748 


13,703,632 


21,497,380 


"l, 565,566 


20 


172 


13 


118 


16 


851 


13 


522 


"26 


088 7 


283 


1869 


8,698,445 
14,086,383 


12,998,392 


21,697,237 


1,700,252 


20 


890 


14 


088 


16 


779 


13 


420 


19 


546 


( 


836 


1870 


13,100,203 


27,185,586 


2,290,881 


19 


648 


14 


021 


16 


436 


13 


493 


16 


264 


S 


427 


1871 


13,271,042 


20,470,953 33741,995 


2,385,592 


19 


071 


12 


406 


16 


408 


12 


712 


17 


976 


7 


070 


1872 


16,678,805 


28,510,305 45,189,110 


2,94.5,966 


18 


281 


10 


439 


15 


583 


10 


872 


17 


663 


6 


519 


187» 


21,097,531 


30,609 375 51,706,906 


3,681,014 


18 


899 


11 


696 


16 


461 


12 


808 


17 


448 


1 


119 


1874 


22,312,546 


26,617,8121 48,9".0,3o8 


3,853,634 


19 


650 


13 


078 


18 


145 


14 


801 


17 


271 


/ 


876 


1875 


21,334,613 


22,765,267 


44,099,8^0 


4,104,484 


21 


275 


13 


853 


18 


761 


15 


009 


19 


239 


9 


307 


1876- 


23,510,846 


25,865,162 


49,376,008 


4,393,511 


20 


539 


13 


292 


19 


375 


16 


215 


18 


687 


. 8 


898 


187Z 


23,464,504 


24,538,371 


48,002,875 


4,790,427 


21 


400 


14 


151 


20 


056 


17 


303 20 


416 


9 


354 


187& 


23,803,457 


18,366,849 


42,170,306 


5,524,879 


23 


.335 


16 


334 


20 


542 


17 


963 


23 


2]0 


13 


101 


1879' 


19,566,567 


3,627,216 


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 


5,649,152 


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 


49,785,888 


7,411,946 


25 


192 


19 


020 


24 


373 


19 


085 


20 


706 


14 


888 


1884 


31,231,947 


14,344,563 45,576,510 


6,624,100 


26 


097 


19 


108 


24 


810 


19 


028 


21 


209 


14 


534 


1885 


29,659,876 


13,158,7751 42,818,651 


6,769,-365 


27 


495 


20 


238 


25 


727 


20 


028 


22 


823 


15 


809 


1886 


30,570,609 


14,225,299 


44,795,908 


7,268,195 


28 


723 


21 


348 


26 


055 


20 


828 


23 


775 


16 


225 


1887 


27,097,680 


19,342,616 


46,440,296 


7,109,234 


31 


858 


22 


039 


29 


087 


22 


909 


26 


236 


15 


308 


1888 


28,982,283 


21,047,136 


50,029,419 


7,371,148 


31 


869 


21 


755 


29 


331 


22 


367 


25 


433 


14 


733 


1889 


30,575,397 


20,790,264 


51,365,661 


8,126,625 


31 


015 


21 


413 


28 


788 


22 


129 


26 


579 


15 


821 


1890. 


29,790,402 


22,243,075' 52,033,477 


7,734.515 


31 


386 


20 


974 


28 


982 


21 


691 


25 


963 


14 


864 


1891 


29,505,550 


22,236,582 51,742,132 


7, 814; 559 


29 


684 


17 


827 


29 


431 


22 


098 


26 


485 


15 


103 


1892 


28,562,050 


23,777.746i 52,339,796 


7,636,076 


30 


275 


18 


368 


29 


805 


22 


335 


26 


735 


14 


589 


1893- 


25,823,636 


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 


24,38.3,466! 50,179,004 


6,897,395 


30 


522 


17 


753 


30 


056 


22 


559 


26 


739 


13 


746 


1895 


29,101,646 


24,427,744 53,529,390 


7,767,993 


29 


974 


19 


129 


30 


200 


22 


418 


26 


693 


14 


512 


1896 


30,482,509 


26,540,833 57,023,342 


8,147,075 


29 


967 


18 


613 


30 


693' 21 


106 


26 


727 


14 


287 


1897 


38,063,960 


36,760,9631 74,824,923 


9,941,624 


29 


222 


17 


265 


29 


478 


20 


751 


26 


118 


13 


287 


1898 


44,471,^24 


43,995,349! 88,467,173 


11,713,859 


28 


652 


17 


157 


26 


627 


19 


842 


26 


339 


13 


241 


1899 


53,897,561 


48,182,616:102,080,177 


13,491,873 


27 


634 


16 


715 


25 


583 


18 


235 


25 


032 


13 


217 


1900 


5.3,600,278 


53,549,0471107,149,325 


13,311,750 


27 


427 


16 


355 


24 


748 


18 


322 


24 


835 


12 


424 


1901 


60,181,808 


54,562,888114,744,696 


15,15.5,130 


27 


265 


16 


466 


24 


027 


17 


188 


25 


182 


13 


207 


1902 


68,538,323 


60,251,914|l2S, 790,237 


17,069,881 


27 


004 


16 


468 


23 


316 


16 


739 


24 


905 


13 


254 


1903 


77,543,780 


65,466,798 143, 010, .578 


19,554,586 


27 


426 


16 


765 


24 


117 


17 


559 


25 


217 


13 


674 


1904 


78,797,440 


73,634,186152,431,626 


20,580,302 


27 


692 


16 


610 


24 


770 


18 


513 


26 


118 


13 


501 


1905 


89,540,776 


79,237,600168,798,376 


22,187,103 


26 


835 


16 


393 


24 


601 


18 


709 


24 


779 


13 


144 


1906 


78,939,028 


69,629,033 148,598,061 


19,084,738 


26 


339 


16 


038 


24 


252 


18 


355 


24 


167 


12 


843 


1907* 


110,361,-367 


94,2S7,518 204,648,885 


27,1.32,543 


26 


582 


16 


480 


24 


245 


18 


286 


24 


585 


13 


258 


1908 


90,584,507 


79,471,671170,0.56,178 


22,-526,807 


27 


315 


16 


586 


25 


755 


19 


028 


24 


868 


13 


247 


1909 


118,834,173 


93,668,242 217,502,415 


29,.51.5,836 


26 


713 


16 


4t6 


25 


107 


18 


914 


24 


837 


13 


570 


19ia 


153,037.232 


121,777,626 274.844.858 


37,854,723 


25-797 


16 145 


24-561 


18-881 


24-737 


13 773 


1911 



10— 2i 



20 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

No. 7 — Statement of the Values of Merchandise Entered for Consumption into Canada, 

the Percentages of Imports from the United 

IMPORTS ENTERED FOR 



Fiscal Yeaks. 



Total Imports. 



Ijipokts from United Kingdom. 



Dutiable. 



Free. 



Totals. Dutiable. 



Free. Totals. 



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 

1904 ,. 

1905 

1906 

1907 (9 months) 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 



43,655,6961 

41,069,342 

45,127,422 

60,094,362 

68,276,157 

71,198,176 

76,232,530 

78,138,511 

60,238,297 

60,916,770 

59.773,039 

55,426,836 

54,182,967 

71,620,725 

85,757,433 

91,588,339 

80,010,498 

73,269,618 

70,658,819 

78,120,679 

69,645,824 

74,475,139 

77,106,286 

74,536,036 

69,160,737 

69,873,571 

62,779,182 

58,557,655 

67,239,750 

66,220,765 

74,625,088 

89,433,172 

104,346,795 

105,969,750 

118,657,496 

136,796,065 

148,909,576 

150,928,787 

173,046.109 

152,065,529 

218,160,047 

175,014,160 

227,264,346 

282,723,812 



23,434,463 

22,085,599 
21,774,652 
24,120,026 
36,679,210 
.53,310,953 
46, 948, .357 
39,270,057 
32,274,810 
33,209,624 
30,622,812 
23,275,683 
15,717,575 
18,867,604 
25,387,751 
30,273,157 
25,962,480 
26,486,157 
25,333,318 
26,986,531 
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 
68,160,083 
71,730,938 
77,822,694 
88,017,654 
94,680,443 
100,688,332 
110,236,095 
97,672,345 
133,719,908 
113,203,355 
142,551,081 
169,021,296 



67,090,1591 

63,154,941 

66,902,074 

84,214,388! 

104,955,367 

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] 

121,861,490' 

105,972,978' 

99,755,775 

9.5, 992, 137 1 

105,107,210, 

100,671,628 

109.098,196 

111,682,573' 

111,53.3,9.54 

115,160,4131 

11.5,170,830 

109,070,911! 

100,6'-5,89ll 

10.5,361,1611 

106,617,8271 

126,.307,162l 

149,346,4591 

172,506,878 

177,700.6941 

196,480,190; 

224,813,719 

243,590,019 

251,617,119 

283,282,204 

249,737,874 

.351,879,955 

288,217,515 

369,815,427 

451,745,108; 



28,284,194 
28,483,645 
30,022,948 
39,815,550 
48,197,337 
47,443,203 
47,794,745 
48,949,803 
32,385,482 
32,916,776 
32,1.39,783 
27,075,555 
28,038,118 
3.5,860,461 
41,4.59,730 
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 
27,493,160 
23,311,911 
24,366,179 
20,217,422 
22,556,479 
27,-521,508 
31,. 561, 756 
31,701,654 
35,062,564 
42,210,165 
44,939,829 
45,099,527 
52,615,725 
48,750,741 
71,212,207 
52,219,881 
71,822,941 
84,511,835 



9,333,1311 
7,013,119 
7,514,147 

8,682,652 

14,011,917 

20,553,742 

13,629,002 

11,0.59,281 

8,093,771 

6,414,845 

5,112,986 

3,892,223 

5,720,321 

7,024,681 

8,896,538 

10,947,286 

9,090,814 

9,329,089 

8,647,209 

8,975,077 

8,319,528 

10,031,382 

10,009,288 

10,571,283 

10,231,902 

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 

16,784,787 

15,243,177 

16,568,190 

15,664,674 

23,205,107 

18,462,220 

23,513,486 

25,432,830 



.37,617,325 
35,496,764 
37,537,095 
48,498,202 
62,209,254 
67,996,945 
61,424,407 
60,009,084 
40,479,253 
39.331,621 
37,252,769 
30,907,778 
33,764,439 
42,885,142 
50,3.56,268 
51,679,762 
41,925,121 
40,031,448 
39,0.33,006 
44,741,350 
39,167,044 
42,251,189 
43,277,009 
42,018,943 
41,003,711 
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 
61,724,616 
60,342,704 
69,183,915 
64,415,415 
94,417,314 
70,682,101 
95.336,427 
109,934,665 



* 9 months ending Miirch 31. 



I 

I 



CANADIAX TRADE 



21 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



during each Fiscal "Year, 1868 to 1911, inclusive, showing in each case the Imports and 
Kingdom and the United States, respectively. 



CONSUMPTION, ]\[ERCHANDISE ONLY. 



IiiPORTs rROJi United States 




Percentage of Imports from 



United KiDfjdom. 



10,014,3041 
7,793,7481 
8,698,845 
14, 085, .383' 
1.3,271,042: 
16,678,805 
21,097,531 
22,312,.546 
21,334,613 
23,510,846 
23,464,504 
23,803,457! 
19,5(56,567! 
25,632.313, 
32,941,061' 
38, 652, 045 1 
35,796,697 
31,231,947, 
29,6.59,876 
30,570,609 
27,097,680 
28,982,283 
30, 575, .397 
29,790,402! 
29,505,-550 
28,562,050! 
25,823,636 
25,795.538 
29,101,(>46 
30,482,-509 
38,063,960; 
44,471,842' 
53,897,-551 
53,600,27S: 
60,181,808 
68,538,323' 
77,54.3,780 
78,797,440; 
89,540.776 
78,969,028 

110,361,367 
90, -584,. 507 i 

118,834,173! 

153,067,232! 



12,645,828 
13,703,632 
12,998,392 
13,100,203 
20,470,9-53 
28,510,305 
30,609,375 
26,617,812 
22,765,267 
25,865,162 
24,-538,371 
18,366,849 
8,627,216 
10,706,388, 
14,111,874 
16,495,198 
13,989,1911 
14,344,563 
13,1.58,7751 
14,225,299; 
19,342,616' 
21,047,136 
20,790,264 
22,243,075 
22,236,5821 
23,777,746 
24,922,4-55 
24,383,466 
24,427,744' 
26.-540,833! 
36,760,963' 
43,995,349 
48,182,616, 
53,549,047! 
54,562,888| 
60,251,914 
6-5,466,798 
73,6.34,186 
79,257,600! 
69,629,033 
94,287,518 
79,471,671 
98,668,242 
121,777,626 



22,660,182 

21,497,380 

21.697,2371 

27, 185, 586 : 

33 741,995 

45,189,110' 

51,706,906^ 

48,930,358, 

44.099,880' 

49,376,008 

48,002,875 

42,170,306 

28,193,783, 

36,338,701' 

47,052,935 

.55,147,243 

49,78.5,888 

45,576,510 

42,818,651 

44,795,908 

46,440,296 

50,029.419 

51,365,661 

52,033,477 

51,742,132 

52, .339, 796 

50,746,091; 

50,179,004! 

53,529,390 

57,023,342] 

74,824,9231 

88,467.173i 

102,080,177' 

107,149,325 

114,744,696 

128,790,237 

143,0 L0,.578 

152,431,626 

168,798,376 

148,598,061 

204,648,885 

170,056,178 

217,502,415 

274,844.858 



United States. 



la 



p. c. 

64 78 

69-35 

66-52 

66-25 

70-59 

66-63 

62-69 

62-64 

53-76 

54-03 

53-76 

48-84 

51 74 

5006 

48-34 

44-47 

41 02 

41-90 

4300 

45-78 

44 29 

43-26 

43-15 

4219 i 

44 -.58 I 

45-61 I 

43-79 

39-81 

36 24 1 

30-53 ! 

30-23 

30-77 

30 25 

29-92 

29-54 

30-85 

30-18 ; 

29-88 ! 

30-40 

3205 

32 64 

29-84 ! 

31-60 1 

29-82 ! 



p. c. 

39-82 
31-75 
34-50 
35-99 
38-20 
.38-55 
29 03 
28-16 
25 08 
19-31 
16-69 
16-72 
36-43 
37-23 

35 04 

36 16 
35 03 
35-22 
34 13 
33-25 
26-81 
23-97 
28-95 
28-57 
22-24 
23-53 
20-61 
18-39 
22-19 
22-73 
18-35 
15-70 
18-66 
15-50 
11-94 
18-84 
17-73 
15 14 
15 03 
16-04 
17-35 
16-31 
16-49 
15 05 



a: c T- 

-*J j3 -iJ 

o g o 

■g • o 



p. c. 

56-06 
56-20 
56 10 
57-58 
59-27 
54-61 
49-87 
51 11 
43-75 
41-78 
41 21 
39-34 
48-30 
47-39 
45-30 
42-40 
39-56 
40 12 
40-66 
42-56 
38-90 
38-73 
38 -75 
37-67 
35-66 
36-92 
33-96 
30-85 
31 15 
27-5S 
25-36 
24-72 
25-66 

24 10 
24-95 
26-15 

25 34 
23-98 
24-42 
25-79 
26-83 
24-52 
25-78 
24-34 



o 




51 


1 


®'.E 


o 


2 s 


H 




Bi 




® b 


Q-S 


£^ 


H 


f=^ 



9 5 - 



p. c. 

22-93 
18-97 
19-27 
23-43 
19-43 
23-42 
27-67 
28-55 
35-41 
38-59 
39-25 
42-95 
36-11 
35-78 
38-41 
42-20 
44-74 
42-62 
41-97 
39-13 
38-90 
38-91 
39-65 
39-97 
42-66 
40-88 
41-13 
44-05 
43-28 
46 03 

51 00 
49-73 
51-65 
50 -58 
50-72 
50 10 

52 07 
52-21 
51-74 
51-93 
50 59 
51-76 
52-29 
54 14 



P.O. 

53-96 
62 04 
59-69 
54-31 
55-81 
53-47 
65 19 
67-78 

70 53 
77-88 
80-13 
78-91 
54-83 
56 74 
55-58 
54-48 
53-88 
54-12 
51-94 
52-71 
62-34 
60-79 
60 13 
60 12 
48-34 
52-49 
53-84 
57 -79 
6407 
65-69 

71 13 
73-43 
70-69 
74-66 
70 It 
68-46 
69 14 
73 13 
71-90 
71-28 
70-51 
70-20 
69-22 

72 05 



p. c. 

33-77 
34 03 
32-43 
32-28 
32 14 
36-29 
41-97 
41-66 
47-67 
52-45 
53 10 
53-57 
40-33 
40 15 
42-33 
45-25 
46-97 
45-68 
44-60 
42-61 
46 13 
45-86 
45-99 
46-65 
44-90 
45-44 
46-52 
49-84 
50-80 
53-48 
59-24 
59-24 
59 -17 
60-30 
58-40 
57-29 
58-71 
60-58 
59-59 
59-50 
58 -16 
59 -00 
58-81 
60-84 



Fiscal 
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 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907* 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 



^ 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

.No. 8 — Statement of theValues of Merchandise Exported fromCanada during each Fiscal 

of Exports to United Kingdom 

EXPORTS, 



Fiscal 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 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 (9 months). 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 



Total Exports. 



Exports to United Kingdom. 



tCanadian \ Foreign | .^ ^ i Canadian Foreign ^ j 

Produce, i Produce. | Produce. Produce. 



45,543,177 

49,323,304 

50,081,192 

5.5,181,356 

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 

80,921,379 

90,042,711 

84,285,707 

77,132,079 

76,183,518 

74,975,506 

77,964,020 

78,297,7.50 

77,201,804 

82,335,514 

85,757,7441 

95,684,253! 

102,006,490 

100,586,853 

99,528,351 

106,378,7521 

119,685,410 

139,920,932 

132,801,262 

163,510,790 

177,431,386: 

196,019.763 

214,401,674; 

198,414, 439| 

190,854,946 

235,483,956' 

230,631,767 

246,960,968 

242,603,584' 

279,247,551; 

274,316,553 



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 

13,375,117 

7.628,453 

9,751,773 

9,389,106 

8,079,640 

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 

6,006,738 

10,825,163 

14,980,883 

17,520,088 

14,26.5,254 

17,077,757 

13,951,101 

10,828.087 

12,641,239 

10,617,115 

11,173,846 

14,541,286 

16,407,984} 

17,318.7821 

l.f),5l0,442i 

15,683,657 



49,739,998 

53,179,105 

62,608,814 

65,034,600 

75,742,209 

82,651,516 

84,-540,844 

74,628,212 

77,096,810 

72,97-5,988 

76,905,0121 

68,445,2221 

83,336,1971 

94,296,4961 

97,671,164 

94,0.37,480! 

86,521,185, 

84,263,164' 

82, 413, 585 i 

86,513,353, 

87,101,144 

84,140,259 

91,387,295, 

94,.556,375i 

108,806,044' 

110,948,3461 

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 

211,0.55,678 

201,472,061 

240,657,802 

254,1.59,053 

263.368,952 

259,922,306 

298,763,993 

290,000,210 



17,905,808, 

20,486,389 

22,512,991' 

21,733,556 

25,223,785, 

31,402,234 

35,769,190 

34,199,1.34 

34,379,005. 

.3,5,491,671 

35,861,110 

29,393,424 

35,208,031 

42,637,2191 

39,816,813 

39,538,0671 

37,410,870, 

36,479,0511 

36,694,263, 

38,714,331 

33,648,284, 

33,504,281 

41,499,149 

43,243,784 

54,949,055: 

58,409,606 

60,878,056 

57,903,564- 

62, 717,941 i 

69,533,8,52 

93,065,019 

85,113,681 

96,502,875' 

92,857,525 

109,347,345' 

125,199,980] 

110,120,892 

97,114,867 

127,456,465 

126,729,145 

126,194,124 

126,384,724 

1.39,482,945, 

132.156.924 



7,257,277 

9,105,400 

5,782,857 

6,303,459 

6,035,619 

10,056.583! 

6,873,695! 

10,606,095 

11,110.151 

.5,4£7,117 

7.473,113 

6,324,767 

5,392.040 

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 

3,953,426 

3. 971,. 312 

7,693,650 

11,933,799 

13,973,.300 

11,173,093 

12,471,431 

7,970,879 

6,002,118 

7,470,484 

4,843,904 

5,630,106 

7,734,075 

8,283,000 

7,360,399 

10,147,543 

4,806,047 



38,659,511 

44,874,-590 

39,981,991 

40,682,464 

41,-527,290 

45,917,693 

36,267,119 

45,814,126 

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 

66,689,253 

77,227,502 

104,998,818 

99,086,981 

107,735,968 

105,328,956 

117,318.221 

131,202,098 

117,591,376 

101,958,771 

133.092,571 

134,463,220 

134,477,124 

133,745,123 

149,630,488 

136,962,971 



* 9 n'onths ended March 31 . 

\ Estimated amount short reported nut inchided. 

J Figures not available. 



CANADIAN TRADE 23 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Year, 1868 to 1911, inclusive, showing in each case the Exports and the Percentages 
and the United States, respectively. 

MERCHANDISE ONLY. 



Exports to United St.'vtes. 



fCaiiadian 
Produce. 



Foreign 
Produce. 



22,387,846 
23,640,188 
27,398,930 
26,715,690 
29,984,440 
33,421,725 
30,380,556 
25,683,818 
27,451,150 
22,160,666 
22,131,343 
23,149,909 
26,762,705 
31,015,109 
41,687,638 
36,096,501 
.31,631,622 
32,618,593 
31,503,292 
32,273,033 
37,323,161 
36,449,288 
33,291,207 
34,829,436 
31,317,857 
33,813,802 
29,297,598 
32,303,773 
34,460,428 
39,717,057 
34,361,795 
34,766,955 
52,534,977 
67,983,673 
66,567,784 
67,766,367 
66,856,885 
70,426,765 
83,546,.?06 
86,810,422 
90,814,871 
85,334,806 
104,199,675 
104,115,823 



1,517,871 
1,183,194 
1,020,307 
653,701 
758,513 
719,096 
1,007,218 
2,043,879 
1,863,989 
1,787,565 
1,657,935 
2,324,197 
2,164,658 
2, 244, 179 i 
2,385,242 
2,147,048 
2,041,283 
1,869,749 
2,451,136 
2, .512,839 
2,493,202 
1,408,051 
1,860,794 
1,960,740 
2,216,735 
2,092,712 
1,795,885 
1,966,417 
2,423,168 
2,994,448 
3,443,602 
3,856,168 
5.136,250 
4,455,003 
4,958,345' 
6,105,267 
5,687,58l! 
6,414,652 
8,092,853 



Totals. 



Percentages of Exports to 



United Kingdom. 



34,939,596 
31,563,750 
26,704,125 
28,104,851 
22,919,179 
22,850,439 
24,157,127 
28,806,584 
32,879,098 
43,475,203 
37,754,4.36 
33,955,819 
34,783,251 
33,747,471 
34,658,275 
39,470,209 
g3,490,571 
35,160 9561 
37,280,572 
33,830,696 
36,307,004 
30,705,64C 
34,164,567 
36,421,168 
41,933,792^ 
36,454,5071 
36, 562, 840 1 
54,501,394 
70,406,841^ 
69,562,232! 
71,209,969 
70,713,053: 
75,563,015 
88,001,309i 
91,768,767; 
96,920,138 
91,022,387 
110,^14,317 
112,208,676 



P-l O 3 

o3 o s-i 

^-^(^ 

c 2 s 



p. c. 

39-31 
41-53 
40 14 
39-38 
40 07 
42-87 
48-38 
50-67 
49-21 
53-88 
54-55 
48-91 
50-22 
52-69 
44-21 
46-90 
48-50 
47-88 
48-94 
49-65 
42-97 
43-39 
50-40 
50-42 
57-42 
57-26 
88-53 
56-18 
60-95 
58-09 
56-51 
64-09 
59-06 
52-33 
55-78 
58-39 
55 -50 
50-88 
54-12 
52-88 
51 10 
52-10 
49 95 
48-18 



_6C 0.5P 



p. c. 



77 -15 

85-78 
81-02 
87-12 
84-87 
90 -07 
82-26 
80 10 
83 06 
71-53 
76-63 
67-36 
66-74 

65 15 
68-50 
73 11 

66 06 
75-72 
68-61 
75-80 
63-41 
64-73 
60-96 
60 11 
71-07 
79-66 
79-76 
78-32 
73 03 
57-13 
55-43 
59-10 
45-62 
50-44 
53.25 
50-48 
42-49 
51 ■ 99 
30-64 



6c a 
;5^ 



H«n 



p. c. 



-77 
08 
•57 
-76 
-90 
-70 
-98 
•97 
-99 
35 
-99 
-54 
-69 
-40 
-51 
02 
-27 
-91 
-12 
-65 
-76 
■96 
-35 
02 
-17 
-78 
-92 
-60 
15 
•87 
-25 
-71 
-61 
-96 
91 
06 
-46 
08 
-23 



United States. 



|2£ 



p. 0. 



49 
47 
48 
48 
47 
45 
41 
38 
39 
33 
33 
38 
38 
38 
46 
42 
41 
42 
42 
41 
47 
47 
40 
40 
32 
33 
29 
32 
32 
33 
24 
26 
32 
38 
33 
31 
33 
36 
35 
36 
36 
35 
37 
37 



_sc 0.5P 
o o 



p. c. 



C3 S c8 



p. C. 



Fiscal 
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 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907* 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 



24 



TRADE AyD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

No. 9 — Statement of the Values of Goods Imported for Consumption 

(Excluding Coin 



Countries. 



British Empire. 

United Kingdom 

Africa — British East 

British South 

Biitish West . . 

Australia 

Bermuda 

British Guiana 

British West Indies 

East Indies — British India 

.Straits Settlement? 
Uther East Indies . 

Fiji (Other Oceania) 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 



1907 (9 months). 



Dutiable. 



48,750,741 

- 90,644 

93,901 



17 

20 
21' 
S2 
23 
24 
251 
20 i 
271 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 1 
341 
35 1 
36 1 
371 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
48 
49 
50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 



16, Other British Empire. 



2.896,283 
2,209,024 

I 823,236 

163,668 

91,866 

7,629 

8,839 

903 



Totals, British Empire. 

Forei(in Countries. 

Argentine Republic 

Austria- Hungary 

Belgium 

l>razil . . 

Central American States 

Chile 

Chinese Empire 

Cuba . 

Denmark 

Danish West Indies 

Dutoh East Indies 

Dutch West Indies 

Egj'pt and Soudan 

France 

French Africa . . . . 

French West Indies 

Germany 

Greece 

Hawaii 

Hayti 

Holland 

Italy 

•Japan 

Mexico 

Norway 

Panama 

Peru 

Philippines 

Porto Rico 

Portugal. 

Russia 

San Domingo 

St. Pierre and Miquelon 

Spain 

Spanish Africa 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

United States 1 

Alaska / 

U. S. of Colombia 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 

Other Foreign Countries 



.■ 55,136,734 



33,771 

825,907 

1,253,696 

5,911 



191,912 

361,075 

5,036 

408 

438,324 



Free. 



15,664,674 
27,976 
93,653 



838 
624,580 

2,000,665 



6,908 

1,456,102 

160,719 

3,479 



Totals. 



64,415,415 
118,620 
187,556 



1908. 



Dutiable. 



71,212,207 



132 

219,851 



Free. 



Totals. 



2,897,121 1,322,712 
2,83.3,010 6,423,515 



23.205,107 

I 

32, 061 j 

220,692i 



94,417,314 

32,193 

440,543 



20,045,602 



1,494,652 

21,391 

441,483 

337,492 

39,885 

148,030 

280,423 

74,657 

20,911 



2,823,901 

163,668 

98,774 

1,463,731 

175,558 
4,382 



75,182,336 



4,082 



19,320 
5,532,399 



4,040,557 

295,483 

180 



671,173 
375,421 

850,204 

8,480 

52 837 



Totals, Foreign Countries. 
Grand totals 



22,413 

9,750 

131,557 

11.5,770 

36,713 



2,295 
776,158 



75.024 

1,565;769 

238,156 

78,969,028 



8,695 

1,166,796 

23,801 



1,4?8,351 

288 
18,701 



330,817 

79,084 

788,123 

473,264 

5,371 



20 

38 

22 

12,314 

212,163 



2,785 
109,996 



1,528,423 

847,298 

1,695,179 

363,403 

39,937' 

148,030 

472,335 

43.5,732 

25,917 

408 

442,400 



1,169,128 

463,031 

254,042 

18,037 

2,179 

1,280 



5,644 
1,24.3,188 



1,328,3.56 
7,666,703 



2,880,970 4,050,098 



81,087,314 



756 

1,292,922 

1,616,935 

2,563 



1,712 

5,716 

1,759,432 

254,400 

1,313 



29,610,235 



405,343 

200,358 

1,777,469 

250, 57S 

2,593 



110,697,549 



441 

305,480 

380,429 

7,2801 

670 

.534,959 



28,015 

6,099,1951 

23, 801 1 



31, .522 

8,443,408, 

250 ' 



871,270 
38,407 

733,714 

3l7,ii75 
84,910 

117,365; 

362,074, 
90,588' 
32,680 

8',834 

2,231 

725 

1,458,441 

14,516 



872,026 

1,381,389 

2,380,649 

350,138 

84,916 

117,806 

727,554 

471,017 

39,960 

070 

543,793 

2,231 

35,247 

9,901,909 

14,796 



5,474,908 

295,771 

ls,831 



1,001,990 
451, ,505 

1,638,327 

481,744 

58,208 



22,433 

9,788 

131,579 

128,084 

248,876 



6,41.3,694 

415,051 

488 

30 

902,012 

40G,2:-»9 

1,055,042 

95,838 

86,756 



1,749,353 

166 

11,536 

524,323 

375,198 

1,121,327: 

824,094 

13,703 



8,163,047 

415,217 

12,024 

30 

1,426,335 

781,497 

2,176,369 

919,932 

100,459 



5,080 
36,154 



17,263 92,287 

38,923 1,604,692 

119,705 357,861 



69,629,033 



103 
17,853' 



217,969 
52,233 

7,982 



148,598,061 



217,969 
52,396 
25,835 



90,928,795 77,026,743 174,555,538 



152,005,529: 97,672,345j 249,737,874 



51,411 

10,970 

7,497 

128,040 

53,392 

151.938 

2,988 

1,057,153 



20 

611 

4151 

19,216 

252,988 



4,271 
69,824 



144,784 

2,696,843 

308,574 



43,990 

37,9.% 

216,050 



51,431 

11,031 

7,912 

147,256 

300,380 

151,938 

7,259 

1,126,977 



110,301,3071 94,287,518 

24,787 

325 276,715 

64,441 

11,560 28,315 



188,774 

2,734,779 

524,624 

204,648,885 

24,787 

277,040 

64,441 

39,881 



137,072,733104,109,673 241,182,406 



218,160,047!l33,719,908! 351,879,955 



CANADIAN TRADE 



25 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into Can;ida from the following Countries during each Fiscal Year, 1907 to 1911. 
and Bullion) 





1909. 


1 


1910. 




1911. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 


52,219,881 
370,518 


18,462,220 

41,669 

229,925 


70,682,101 
412,217 
439,209 


$ 
71,822,941 

987,207 

189,475 


23,513,486 

54,358 

233,542 


95,336,427 

1,041,565 

423,017 


84,511,835 
r 473,750 
\ 37,678 


$ 

25,422,830 

4,911 

185,139 

3,382 

240,693 

8,944 

3,657 

1,516,860 

1,882,0.59 

83,703 

1,345,766 

1,877 

109,692 

1,783,263 

785,468 

4,090 


109,934,()65 

478,061 

222,817 

3,382 

511,350 

8,974 

3,392,116 

6,807,295 

2,779,256 

222,173 

1,309,016 

.355,234 

.591,328 

1,817,485 

907,104 

6,703 


209,234 


264,657 

30 

3,388,459 

5,350,429 

i 897.197 

{ 1.38,470 

t 23,250 

353,357 

481,036 

34,222 

121,636 

2,607 

96,079,213 


2,329,989 
6,467,038 

3')0,505 

490,573 

204,502 

12,041 

8,094 

1,798 


3 215 
1,076] 095 

2,681,507 

698 

1,019 

1,620,387 

194,623 

19,046 


2,333,204 
7,543,733 

3,072,012 

491,271 

205,581 

1,638,423 

202,717 

20,844 


2,977,971 

4,018,782 

708,045 

185,547 

243,224 

37,160 

13,112 

2,360 


2,267 
1,758,916 

2,818,139 

306 

1,430,459 

762,253 

22,509 


2,980,238 
5,777,698 

3,526,184 

185,853 

243,231 

1,467,019 

775,365 

24,875 


62,704,313 


24,337,004 


87,041,317 


81,185,830 


30,596,242 


111,782,072 


33,388,346 


129,467,559 


752 


1,636,636 

50,376 

505,070 

412,916 

72,750 

175,576 

329,665 

131,701 

26,509 

110 

8,495 

6,317 

8,777 

1,218,497 

7,141 


1,637,388 

1,669,778 

1,901,588 

413,106 

72,750 

175,576 

640,868 

438,664 

42,037 

192 

672,638 

6,317 

30,668 

8,197,435 

7,535 




2,181,554 

82,852 

1,129,604 

64.5,750 

87,482 

166,638 

521,325 

147,058 

73,162 

80 

44,702 

10,501 

3,643 

1,590,873 

4,088 

286 

2,441,738 

207 

14,910 


2,181,554 

1,394,768 

3,239,888 

660,509 

134,191 

166,695 

799,708 

584,020 

85,830 

74,414 

901.688 

10,501 

43,722 

10,109,544 

4,437 

286 

7,935,230 

389,880 

16,097 


11,287 

1,257,528 

2,675,130 

278,148 

539 

19,483 

237,733 

1,008,761 

1.5,206 

143,719 

1,433,866 


2,293,645 

61,601 

939,224 

647,183 

l(i4,472 

399,484 

4-45, .359 

272,876 

73,601 

405 

30,453 

9,444 

714 

2,187,826 

3,598 


2,304,932 

1,319,129 

3,614,354 

925, .331 

105,011 

418,967 

683,092 

1,281,037 

i-8,807 

144,184 

1,464,319 

9,4 44 

.33,000 

11,563,677 

•3,828 


1,619,402 

1,396,518 

190 


l,311,9io 

2,110,284 

14,759 

46,709 

57 

278,473 

436,962 

12,668 

74,334 

856,986 


'3ii',263 

356,903 

15,528 

82 

664,143 


21,891 

6,978,938 

394 


40,079 

8,518,671 

349 


32,352 

9,375,851 

230 


4,44?,60i 

355,209 

229 


1, 601,7 16 

36 
25,508 


6.050,317 

355,245 

25,737 


5,493,492 

389,673 

1,187 


7,513,474 

455,912 

4,475 


2,533,866 

455 

21,124 

5 

' 833,424 

334,320 

1,251,789 

485,390 

42,090 



2,065 

30,583 

140 

24,611 

240,239 


10,047,340 

456,307 

25,-599 

5 

1,820,.578 

962,148 

2,422,346 

495,219 

427,857 

37,004 

204 

186,380 

264,048 

733,094 

3,782 

1,154,747 


791,876 
350,944 
741,925 
5,593 
118,147 

""10^175 

458 

107,.'522 

36,795 

52,855 


481,245 

410,395 

1,241,854 

307,89(1 

5,145 

250 

81 

84 

14,961 

188,989 


1,273,121 
761,339 

1,983,779 
313,483 
123,292 

250 

10,2.56 

542 

122.283 

225,784 

52,855 

3,423 

933,854 

3,059 

145,556 

2,188,265 

338,456 

170,056,178 

9,139 

135,458 

79,772 

28,215 


943,806 
492,727 
965,903 
1,687 
158,661 

' ' 41^580 

7,176 

43,203 

126,114 

29,733 

845,228 

4,686 

959,502 

2,548,438 
291,950 

118,834,173 


1,066,184 

400,671 

1,214,033 

5.56,828 
13,981 

' " 28^614 

1,154 

14,808 

31.5,564 


2,009,990 
893,398 

2,179,930 
558,515 
172,642 

41 ',580 

35,790 

44,417 

140,522 

345,297 

845,228 

7,012 

1,019,775 

6,596 

208,147 

2,603,858 

455,188 

217,502,415 

28,514 
78,139 
53,885 
69,549 


987,154 

627,822 

1,170,557 

9,823 

385,761 

" " 64,974 

6,421 

04 

161,709 

23,809 

733,094 

1,829 

1,088,778 


2,381 
825,463 


1,042 
108,391 

3,059 

34,3S3 

2-i,838 

107, 09 i 

79,471,671 

9,139 

135,458 

79,772 

18,814 


2, .326 
60,213 

0,.596 

41,764 

55,420 

103,238 

98,668,242 

28,514 
78,1.39 
53,885 
38,702 


1,953 
65,909 


111,173 

2,159,427 

231,362 

90,584,507 


237,800 

3,053,330 

459,130 

1 1.13,067,232 

\ 202 

79,817 

5,800 

' " " ib^eig 


40,855 

49,580 

103,883 

121,777,626 

139,854 

30,470 

500 

90,839 

60,751 


278,715 

3,102,910 

563,013 

274,844,858 

140,116 

110,293 

6,300 

90,839 

76,370 


9^401 


" " 30;847 


112,309,847 


88,866,351 


201,176,198 


146,078,516 


111,954,830 


258,033,355 


186,644,.599 


135,632,950 


322,277,549 
451,745,108 


175,014,160 


113,203,355 


288,217,515 


227,264,346 


142,551,081 


369,815,427 


282,723,812 


109,021,296 



26 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
Xo. 10 — Statement of the Values of Goods Imported into Canada from 

(Excluding Coin 



Countries. 



British Empire. 

ITnited Kingdom 

Africa — British East 

British South. 

British West 

Australia 

Bermuda 

British Guiana 

British West Indies 

East Indies— British mdia 

Straits Settlements. 
Other East Indies. . 

Fiji (Other Oceania)^ 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland 

Xew Zealand 

Other British Empire 



Totals, British Empire . 
Foreign Countries. 



17 Argentine Republic 

18 Austria-Hungary . . . . 

19 Belgium 

20 Brazil 

21 Central American States., 
22jChile 

23 Chinese Empire 

24 Cuba 

25 Denmark 

26 Danish West Indies 

27 Dutch East Indies 

28| Dutch West Indie.= 

29, Egypt and Soudan 

30 France 

31 French Africa 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
45 
46 
47 



French West Indies . . . . 

Germany 

Greece 

Hawaii 

Hayti 

Holland 

Italy 

Japan 

Me.xico 

Norway 

Panama 

Peru 

Philippines 

Porto Rico 

Porcugal 

Russia , 

San Domingo 

St. Pierre and Miquelon. 
Spain 



1907 (9 months). 



Dutiable. 



49,036,083 



246 
101,831 



3,033,674 
1,537,313 

1- 859,240 
J 

185.915 

97,182 

8,798 

9,654 

767 



Free. 



15,617,931 
27,976 
92,637 



54,870,703 



3,291 

827,974 

1.261,237 

5,911 

37 

386 

188,941 

367,919 

5,137 

7,000 

711,533 



20,655 

.5,518,020 
438 



4,040,488 

316,335 

171 



656,266 

322,930 

871,106 

19.035 

57,329 



826 
631,685 

2,000,580 



Totals. 



64,654,014 

28,222 

194,468 



1908. 



Dutiable, t Free. 



72,138,087 

132 

322,815 



23,175,643 

32,061 

214,120 



6,908 

1,455,784 

166,432 

3,479 



20,004,238 



1,494,652 

21,066 

441,432 

357,492 

39,885 

148,030 

280,420 

107,400 

20,911 



6,639 



8,550 

1,161,112 

23,801 



1,442,719 

189 

18,701 



328,145 

81,659 

7iS7,632 

473,264 

5,371 



20 



17,011 

42,280,. 

113,30l| 

34,577! 



12,283 
212,163 



Spanish Africa. 



49 
50 
51 

52 Sweden . 

53 Switzerland . . 

54 Turkey 

55 United States 

56 Alaska 

57 U. S. of Colombia 

58|L'ruguay 

59jVenezuela 

60 Other Foreign Countries 



11,328| 
786,360] 



2,768 
109,194 



76,491 

1,555,309 

238,750 

81,889,753 



163 
18,494 



17,263 

38,923 

119,705 

69,368,529 



217,969 
52,233 

7,982 



3,034,500 
2,168,998 

2,859,820 

185,915j 

104,090' 

l,464,o82( 

176,086' 

4,246 



2,076,363 
5,965, 392 1 



5,640 
1,246,409 



1,155,8971 2,880,970 



1,039,607 

268,561; 

18,227' 

2,708; 

1,6391 



1,712 

5,667 

1,759,432 

254,336 

1,298 



74,874,9411 82,989,428! 29,577,288 



1,497,943 

849,040 

1,702,669 

363,403 

39,922 

148,416 

469,361 

475,319 

26,048 

7,000 

718,172 



7561 

1,327.573 

1,661,614! 

2,402' 



362,352 

407,886 

9,818 

870 

307,824 



29,205 

6,679,1321 

24,239 



39,455 

8,797,722 
250 



5,483,207 
316,524 

18,872 



984,4111 

404,589 

1,658,738 

492,299 

62,700 



6,498,340 

409,591 

557 

30 

951,727 

431,287 

1,075,421 

95,732 

89,454 



871,270 

38,360 

744,357 

348,218 

84,916 

117,365 

362,074 

107,277 

32,680 

"8,739 

2,231 

606 

1,453,995 

14,546 



Totals. 



95,313,730 

32,193 

536,935 



2,082,003 
7,211,801 

4,036,867 

1,041,319 
274,228 

1,777,659 

257,044 

2,937 



112,566,716 



872,026 

1,365,933 

2,405,971 

350,620 

84,916 

117,365 

724,426 

51.5,163 

42,498 

870 

316,563 

2,231 

40,061 

10,251,717 

14,796 



1,752,405 

100 

11,536 



20 

17,011 

42,280 

125,584 

246,740 



14,096 
895,554 



93,754 

1,-594,232 

3.58,455 

151,258,282 



11,391 

6,480 

135,067 

62,901 



33,986 
1,079,550 



148,132 

2,721,826 

319,414 



560,418 

375,194 

1,120,863 

824,094 

13,649 



20 



8,250,745 

409,691 

12,093 

30 

1,512,145 

806,481 

2,196,284 

919,826 

103,103 



252 

19,167 

252,988 



20 

11,391 

6,732 

154,234 

315,889 



4,169, 
69,025 



38,155 
1,148,575 



217,969 
52,396 
26, 476 1 



43,990 192,122 

37,936 2,759,762 

216,0001 535,414 

120,927,305 93,859,964| 214,787,269 

24,787 24,787 

276,715' 277,040 

64,441 64,441 

11,4481 28,315! 39,763 



325 



Totals, Foreign Countries .... I 99,985,956 77,408,102 177,394,058 147,923,486 



103,742,662: 251,671,148 



Grand totals 154,856,659 97,412,340) 252, 268,999 !230, 917, 914 133,319,950 364,237,864 



CANADIAN TRADE 



27 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

the following Countries during each Fiscal Year, 1907 to 1911. 

and Bullion). 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



Dutiable. ! Free. 



S I 
51,968,885, 

859,521 

181,402 



18,587,010 
41,669 

223,808 



1,698,325 
6,310,-326 



3,215 
1,076,730 



38.5,796 2,681,39'; 



187,025 

184,545, 

12,858: 

10,559 

1,968, 



698 

897 

1,626,372 

194,572 

19,046 



Totals. Dutiable. 



S 
70,555,895; 
! 
901,190 

40.5,210 



72.199,660 
872,622 
173,023 



Free . 



23,466,344 

54,358 

230,461 



1,701,. 540 
7,387,056 

3,067,193 

187,723: 

18.5,442 

1,639,2.30 

205,131 

21,014 



3,553,9651 
3,689,366! 

713,950' 

2.50,215; 

244,370' 

37,640 

11,924 

3,831 



2,257 
1,758,833 

2,818,080 

306 

1,430^59 

762,242 

22,.509 



61,801,210 24,455,414' 86,256,624 81,750,566 30,.545,849 



942 

1,612,882 

1,346,024! 

83 

39,715: 

310,973 

3.53,723 

16,883 

63 

576,487; 

22J367 

6,812,421 i 

394! 



1,636,636 

50,376 

505,823 

412,916 

72,750 

175,576 

329,678 

142,762 

26,509 

110 

8,495 

6,317[ 

8,601 

1,216,385 

7,141 



1,6.37,578 

1.663,258 

1,851,847, 

412,999 

112,465 

175,576 

640,651 

496,485 

43,392 

173 

584,982 

6,317 

30,908; 

8,028,806 

7,535' 



1,327, 948 1 

2,121.299 

17,564; 

11,090 

.57! 

280,913 

695,639 

13,444 

74,234 

282,362 

44^665; 

8,582,500! 

402i 



4,40(1,718 

340,965 

225 



1,600,6881 6,001,406; 5,509,286 

I 340,965 396,619 

25,508 25,733 1,246 



793,241 
347,3.58 
746,017 
5,792 
121.620 



508,363 

410,374 

1,241,811 

309,542 

5,135 



9,879, 

2,798' 

103,923 

35,410 

73.580 

12,628 

769,923 



109,597 

2,156,101 

231,255 



1,042 

107,902 

3,059 

34,363 

28,800 

107,094 



102,138,457 80,552,531 

1 9,139 

I 135,458 

j 79,772 

a5..50o 18,814 



1,301,604 
757,732 

1,.')87,828. 
31.5,334; 
126,755' 

t 

250 

9,883 

2,798f 

118,868; 

224,3991 

73, 5^0 i 

13,670! 

877,825 

3,0.59 

143,960 

2, 184, 901 1 

338,349; 



920,421 
544,626 
987,276 
1,912 
154,489 

41^586 
4,513 

41,271 
12.3,793 

29,009 
846,539 
104,932 
980,43 



165,832 

2, .57.5, 474 

298,251 

182,690,988133,026,137 

9,139' 

135,458; 

79,772 

54,314 5,292 



2,181,554 

82,852 

1,129,604 

645,750 

87,482 

166,638 

521,255 

145,570 

73,162 

80 

44,702 

10,501| 

3, .5001 

1,588,403 

4,088 

286 

2,448,978 

183 

14,910 



Totals. 



Dutiable. 



95,666,004 
926,980 
403,484 



3,556,222 
5,448,199 

3,-532,030 

250,521 

244,370 

1,468,099' 

774,166 

26,340 



85,019,220 
r 1,318 
i 37,878 

I 

267,851 

30 

.3,789,544 

4,952,082 



112,296,415 



1,059,698 
400,617 

1,214,033 

557,210 

13,810 



2,181,554 

1,410,800 

3,250,903 

663,314 

98,-572 

l(i6,695 

802,198 

841,209 

80,606 

74,314 

327,064 

10, .501 

48,105 

10,170,903 

4,490' 

286 

7,9.58,264 

396,802 

16,156 



895,322 
145,442 

22,242 
217,553 
475,4.55 

35,044 

128,497 

3,821 



Free. 



Totals. 



25,56.5,784 

4,911 

185,139: 

3,382| 

244,908 

8,944; 

3, 657 1 

1,517,300: 

1,882,012 

83,703 

1,345,766' 

1,877; 

109,6921 

1,783,263' 

785,111 

4,096| 



110,585, 

6, 

223, 

3, 

512. 

3,793, 

6,469, 
2,777, 

229, 
1,-368, 

219. 

585; 
1,818, 

913, 



004 
229 2 
017 3 
382 4 
759; 5 
9741 6 
201; 7 
382 8 
334 9 
145 10 
008 11 
43012 
147 13 
307 14 
608,15 
917 16 



95,991,299 33,529,545' 129,520,844 



11,312 

1,286,102 

2,691,956 

276,864 

539 

19,579 

240,553 

743,726 

14,653 

149,467 

1,787,6.30 



34,-326 

9,570,179 

230 



7,553,299 

453,220 

4,685 



28,493: 

990j 

14,369 

31-5,-564 



2,326 
59,784 

6,596 

41,764 

55,420 

163,238 



1,980,119' 
945,243 

2,201,-309; 
5.59,122; 
168,299 

41^580 

33,00t> 

42,261 

138,162 

344, .573 

846,539 

107,2i58 

1,040,219 

0,.596 

207,-596 

2,630,894 

461,489 



100,045,018 233,071,155 



28,514; 
78,139 
53,885 
38,702 



28,514 
78,139 
53,885 
43,994 



123,-527,884 89,983,658 213,511,542160,210,990,11.3,327,698 273,538,688 



185,329,0941114,439,072 29!»,768,166 241,961,556:143,873,5471 385,835,103 



990,911 

687,482 

1,173,171 

9,572 

385,215 

16-3^251 

7,900 

48 

162,470 

26,969 

843.831 

38,735 

1,062,224 



2,293,645 

61,463 

938,3841 

647,183! 

104,472 

399, •184: 

445,359; 

311,928 

73,598; 

465' 

30, 453 1 

9,444! 

605; 

2,18.5.1281 

3,598 



2,304, 

1,347, 

3,630 

924, 

105, 

419, 

685, 

1,055; 

88, 

149, 

1,818 

9, 

34 

11,755; 

3; 



2,533,900 

4271 

21,124; 

5' 

8.50, 004' 

.334,323' 

1,2.51.767 

48.5,396! 

40, 948 1 

2^665- 

30, 401 1 

140 

24, .5.36; 

240,239 



10,087. 
453, 

25; 

1,840 

1,021, 

2,424, 

494, 

426. 



95717 

56518 

34019 

047; 20 

01121 

063 22 

.912 23 

654 24 

25125 

932 26 

083 27 

444,28 

93129 

307;30 

828:31 

32 

33 

34 

35 

36 

37 



,199 
.647 

,809 

5 

915 



805 38 
938 39 



1,942 
65,310 



165 
38 

187 

267 

843 

40 

1,127 



241,002 40,855 
3,100,207 49,580l 

454,775' 101,9201 
ri61,53.5,y8:i22, 789,873 
\ 262; 139,854 



84,370; 
5,800 



15,539; 



30,476 

500 

90,839 

60,751 



195,827,-502 136,692,984 



281 

3,149 

556 

284,325; 

140 

114 

6 

90 

76 



40 

41 

42 

916 43 

30144 

188,45 

,006;46 

208;47 

83148 

677 49 

534 50 

. . . ^51 

,857;-52 

',787 53 

695 54 

',321; 55 

•,116-56 

,846:57 

300 58 

839 59 

1,290 60 



332,520,486 



291,818,801170,222,-529 462,041,330 



28 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

No. 11 — bTATEMEXT of the Values of Goods Exported from Canada 

(Excluding Coin 



iy07 [^ months). 



Countries. 



Canadian 
Produce. 



British Empire. 

United Kingdom 

Africa — British East 

British South 

British West 

Australia 

Bermuda 

British Gui ma 

British West Indies 

East Indies— British India 

Straits Settlements 
Otht-r East Indies. 

Fiji (Other Oceania) 

Hong Kur.g 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 

Other British Empire 



Foreign 
Produce. 



Totals, British Empire 
Foreiyn Countries. 

Argentine Republic 

Austria-Hungary 

Belgium 

Brazil , 

Central American States. . 

Chile 

Chinese Empire 

Cuba 

Denmark 

Danish We.st Indies 

Dutch East Indies 

Dutch West Indies 

Egypt and Soudan 

France 

French Africa 

French West Indies 

Germany 

Greece 

Hawaii 

Hayti ; . . . . 

Holland 

Italy 

Jai)an ... 

Mexico 

Norway 

Panama 

Peru 

Philippines 

Porto Rico 

Portugal 

Russia 

San Domingo 

St. Pierre and Miquelon. . 

Spain 

Spanish Africa 

Sweden ... 

Switzerland 

Turkey 



United States. 
Alaska . ... 



U. S. of Colombia 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 

Other Foreign Countries. 



Totals, Foreign Countries. 



98,691,186: 
i 1,096,4731 

1,984,552; 
23H,037 
3S7 360 

1,781,243' 

[ 21,493 

44, 421 1 

93,961 

2,154,420| 

653,323 

31,746 



6,438,415 
620 

14,416 

7,527 

1,750 

18,183 



25 

14 

89,849 

3,466 



Totals. 



107,176,226: 6,574,265 



,968,.S23 
27,064 

,274,582 
701,827; 

76,298, 
222,743 
333,802 
,008.281 
102,887 

15,716 



3,230 



105,129,601 
1,097,098 

1,998,968 
243,564 
389,116 

1,799,426 

21,493 

44,446 

93,975 

2,244,269 

656,789 

31,746 



113,750,491 



583,376, 

1,096 

228 1 



374 

1,532 

590 

109 



528 

38,663 

1,402,832 

1,344 

3,720 

735,823 

311 

6,895 

24,930 

449,262 

352,184 

535,863 

.•^12,563 

170.516 

71,990 

69,065 

1,196 

420,642 

154,538 

241,481 

25,681 

88,065 

48,315 

24,619 

59,996 

1,556 

4,8-52 

j- 62,180,439 

31,713 
91,787 
13,977 
72,221 



6,740 



330,782 



1,971,553 

27,064 

1,857,958 

702,923 

76,526 

222,743 

334,176 

1,009,813 

103,477 

15,825 



1908. 



365,715 

658 

2,685 

4,552 

528 

75 



73,369,080 



5 
3,189 



2,815 



3,658,197 
1,156 



528 

38,663 

1,409,572 

1,344 

3,720 

1,066,605 

311 

6,895 

24,930 

814,977 

352,842 

538,548 

317,115 

171,044 

72,065 

69,065 

1,196 

420,642 

154,538 

241,481 

25,686 

91,254 

48,315 

24,619 

59,996 

4,371 

4,842 



Canadian 
Produce. 



126,194,124 
2,003,598 

2,856,709 
378,471 
601,395 

2,449,646 

29,800 

137,499 

265,72:- 

3,212,635 

990,551 

52,740 



139,172,890 



2,264,122 

11,315 

2,248,747 

966,882 

85,457 

273,909 

954,262 

1,353,442 

222,616 

36,547 

1,000 

571 

40,718 

1,762,8:52 

22,420 

6,988 

1,959,891 

304 

65,006 

41,004 

732,409 

3J7,238 

734,863 

475,147 

195,415 

90,535 

117,445 

180,614 

540,414 

46,865 

424,793 

65,597 

127,616 

106,594 

38,645 

98,805 

16,414 

5.151 



65,838,636 90,814,871 



30 



4,967,662 



Grand totals 180,545,306! 11,541,927 192,087,2331 246,960,968 16,407,984 263,368,952 



32,869 
91,787 
13,977 

72,251 



53,112 
111,196 

27,987 
118,314 



78,336,7421 107,788,078 



Foreign 
Produce. 



8,283,000 

7,784 

16,752 

20,119 

5,955 

• 33,472 

305 

126 

981 

175,678 

2,891 

65 



8,547,128 

2,823 

262 

1,128,732 

2,119 



Totals, 



$ 
134,477,124 

2,011,382 

2,873,461 
3r8..590 
007,350 

2,483,118 

30,105 

137,625 

266,703 

3,388,313 

993,442 

52,805 



147,720,018 



99 

1,456 

12,877 

60 

31 



377 
43,900 



414,716 



122,676 
2,601 
6,090 
1,972 
50 
1,783 
1,060 



3,300! 



275 
7^062 



1,250 



6,105,267 
18 



7,860,856 



2,266,945 

11,577 

3,377,479 

969,001 

85,457 

274,008 

955,718 

1,366,319 

222,676 

36,578 

1,000 

571 

41,095 

1,806,732 

22,420 

G,988 

2,374,607 

304 

65,006 

41,004 

855,085 

349,839 

740,958 

477,119 

195 465 

92,318 

118,505 

180,614 

543 714 

46,865 

425,068 

65, .597 

131,678 

106,594 

38,615 

98,805 

17,664 

5,151 

96,920,138 

53,130 
111,196 

27,987 
118,314 



115,648,934 



CAN AD I AX TRADE 



29 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

to t/he following Countries during each Fiscal Year, 1907 to 1911. 
and Bullion. ) 



Canadian 
Produce. 




139,698,022 7,592.006 



1,867,1 
15.1 

2,699, 
682, 
109,1 
11(1, 

1,021. 

l,.388,i 

191, 

18,1 



1,456,: 



7,424 

1,228,28.3 
3,009 



834,58! 



20,173 

"2^000 

329^553 

1,038,900 

78 

6,972 

14 



542,356 

5,503 
26 

14 

1,065 



85,334,806 5,687,581 



1,120 
462 




2,150 

487 

163,990 

3,491 

2,441 



Totals. 



149,630,4881 
2,354,9281 

3,583,447 

488,478 

588,047 

3,109,825 

60,239 

99,752 

50',038i 

3,970,952 

890,549 

68,969 



132,156,924 

r 10,239 

2,295,731 

t 23,290 

3,900,212 

467,596 

614,070 

3,991,490 

57,612 

67,955 

6,311 

ll.o,38>< 

51.3,372 

3,714,-332 

999,27 

33,343 



147,290,028, 154,937,457 10,417,255 165,354,712 148,967,442 



1,875,100 

15,000 

3,927,445! 

685,505: 

109,0081 

116,207! 

1,022,555 

1,403,442 

192.7801 

18,682! 

7,143! 

8,491' 

19,479 

3,176,096; 

34,002 

457 

1,476,5521 

8751 

48,528 

26,665! 

1,242, 730 1 

1,620,773| 

756,111 

817,015 

218.961 1 

80,297| 

108,452' 

129,862 

502,680 

48,833 

1.263,244 

24,986! 

129,733 

4.5,682! 

28,264 

58,153! 

7,077! 

17,543j 



2, 867, 785 1 

60,466 

1,840,156 

823,402: 

100,565 

242,717 

1,249,189 

1,667,399 

435,053 

16,315 

2,370 

24:-! 

27,497 

2,601,097 

17,796 

19,405 

2,065,768 

1.424 

79,190 

17,061 

1,376,807 

345,984 

6.59,118 

895,934 

487,147 

1.35,160 

1.5,737 

169,037 

526,719 

59,731 

598,4.35 

23,228 

13.3,602 

51,942 

31,306 

111,672 

6,185 

3,296 



2,128 

42 

1,059.936 

'415 

112 



973 
69,986 

"si 



39,551 

435,423 
604 



561,045 

483, .524 

1,404 

9,023 



338 



178 
9,535 



91,022,387 104,199.675 



43,369 

99,562! 

13,101 

189,5111 



42,730 
105,856 

14,026 
181,869 



5,898 

2 

326 

25 

3,995 



2,869,913! 

60,508 

2,900,092 

823,817 1 

100,677! 

242,717' 

1,250,162; 

1,7.37,385 

435,053 

4% 16, 366 1 

■ 2,370: 

243' 

27,497- 

2,640,648; 

17,796, 

19,405! 

2,501,191 

1,424 

79,794 

17,061 

1,937,852' 

829,508 

660,522 

904,957 

487,147 

135,498 

1.5,737 

169,2151 

536,2.541 

59,731 

598,435! 

23,228! 

139,500 

51,944 

31,632 

111,697 

10,180' 

3,296 



3,021, 
152, 

1,908, 

1,032, 
102, 
232, 
525, 

1,761, 

443, 

16, 

2, 

14, 

2, .535, 

29, 

5, 

2,028, 

4, 

142, 

47, 

1,008, 

374, 

616, 

1,267, 

412, 

315, 

34, 

58, 

504, 

88, 

1,176, 

31, 

142, 

27, 

19, 

108, 

17. 

17, 



S 
4,806,047 



25,609 



2.5,380 

9,870 

8,665 

121,7 

2,196 

"150 

1,579 

2,733 

160,338 

5,093 

125 



5,169,565 



.537 
463 
357 
829 
44o! 
502' 
477, 
882! 
035| 
854; 
551 
432 
044 
304! 
92ll 
626 
649 
921 
677 
711 
049 
470 
230 
,568 
,915 
522 
466 
305 
005 
088 
.571 
335 
687 
580 
271 
623 
.545 
691 



171 

4,468 

865,087 



319 



4,344 

83,287 

"'ii2 



246,788 



634,368 

130,426 

90 

34 

388,970 

4.800 

3,759 

582 

20 

5,918 



2,759 




3,767! 
363i 



360 

.5,1281 



6,414,652 110,614,327 { ^°Y39,064 



21 



102,905,.562' 9,728,776! 112,632,338i 124,310,094 



242,603,584' 17.318,782: 259,922,306' 279,247,551 



9,099,187 



19,516,442 



42,7511 

105,856' 

14,026, 

181,8691 



36,945 

77,010 

32,995 

417,135 



8,092,853 
32,926 



533 



1,860: 



70817 
9.31,18 
444 19 
829:20 
765'21 
502,22 
82123 
169 24 
035 25 
966 26 
55127 
432 28 
044 29 
092 30 
92131 
626,32 
01733 
34734 
767 35 
745 36 
019,37 
270 38 
989; 39 
1.5040 
935!41 
440 42 
466 43 
305 44 
764 45 
088 46 
57147 
335 48 
4.5449 
943 50 
27151 
983,52 
673 53 
69154 

676,55 
990!56 

37,478i57 

77,01058 

32,905 59 

418,995 60 



3,021, 
156, 

2,773, 

1,032, 
102, 
232, 
529, 

1,845, 

443, 

16, 

2, 

14, 

2,782, 

29, 

5, 

2,663, 

135, 

142, 

47. 

1,397, 

379, 

619, 

1,268, 

412, 

321. 

34, 

58, 

506. 

88, 

:,i76; 

31, 
146. 
27, 
19, 
108, 
22, 
17, 

112,208, 
471, 



133,409,2811 125,349,111 10,514,092 135,863,203 



298,703,9931 274,316.553' 15,683,657' 290,000,210 



30 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 12 — Statement of the Values of Coin and Bullion Imported into 





Countries. 


1907 (9 months). 


1908. 






Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 


1 


British Empire. 
United Kingdom 


•S 


165,958 


S 
165,958 


S 


S 
542,157 


.542,157 


9 


Australia 








8 


BertEuda 




1 


, 


::' ■■'.■: 


4 


British West Indies 




5,394 
310 
104 


5,394 
310 
104 






5 






1,189 




6 


Straits Settlements [ 

Other East Indies j 

Hong Kong '. 




7 
8 




1,189 


q 


Newfoundland 






10 


Other British Empire 










Totals, British Empire 














171,766 


171,766 




543,346 


543,346 




Foreign Countries. 
China 








11 




1 


500 


.500 


T^ 


Finance 


•217 


217 






ia 


Germany 

Japan 

St. Pierre and Miquelon 










14 
1o 




57 


57 




875 


875 


ifi 


United States .. 1 




7,344,968 






6,003,940 












6,003,940 


Li 
18 


Alaska J j 

Other Foreign Countries ... 1 




. 




Totals, Foreign Countries . . i . 












7,345,212 


7,315,242 




6,005,315 


6.005,315 




Grand totals 






■ 






7,517,008 


7,517,008 




6,548,661 


6,548,661 



CAXADIAX TRADE 



31 



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Canada from the following Countries during each Fiscal Year, 1907 to 1911. 



Dutiable. 



1909. 



Free. 



84.3 



90 



Totals. 



843 



90 



1910. 



Dutiable. 



Free. Totals 



s s 

13,873 13,873 



I 2,472 



2,472 



1011. 



Dutiable. , Free. 



Totals. 



1,797 
159 
51 



1,797 

159 

51 



14,301 

775 



14,301 

775 



933 



48 

2,089 

15,000 

9,970,372 



933 



48 

2,089 

15,000 

9,970,372 



16,345 



16,345 



550 



5i?0 



1,300 



1,300 



5,999,394 



5,999,394 



17,083 



17.083 



96 



roo 



...11 

9612 

...13 
700 14 
. 15 



10,089,881 10,089,881 
98,450| P8,450 



9,987,509' 9,987,.')09' 



9,988,442 9,988,442: 



6,0<J1,244: 6,001,244 



6,017,589 6,017,589 



10,189,127 10,18<.t,127 



10,206,2101 10,206,210 



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TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 13 — Statement of the Values of Coin and Bullion Exported from 



Countries. 



British Empire. 



1 United Kingdom . 

2 Hong ]vong. 

3|Newfomidland 

'i Other British Empire. 



Totals, British Empire. 



Foreign Countries. 



China 

Japan 

Mexico 

United States 

Alaska 

Other Foreign Countries 



Totals, Foreign Countries. 
Grand total'^ 



1907 (9 months). 



1908. 



Canadian 
Produce. 



Foreign 
Produce. 



6,200 
"266 



6,400 



Totflls. 



Canadian 
Produce. 



6,200 



200 



6,400 



r20 



13,182,844 



13,183,564 



13,189,964 



720 



13,182,844 



13, 183, .".64; 



13,189,964 



Foreign 
Produce. 



7,032 

830 

20,205 



Totals. 



28,067 



7,032 

830 

20,205 



28,067 



9,075 
1.50 



16,600,362 



16,609,587 



16,637,654 



9,075 
150 



16,600,362 



16,609,587 



16,637,651 



CANADIAN TRADE 



33 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Canada to the following Countries during each Fiscal Year, 1907 t) 1911. 



1909.. 


1910. 


1911. 


Canadian 
Produce. 


^ZS. Total,. 


Canr.dian 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


Canadian 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


2 


5> ! *$ 
2501 252 


•S 


3,619 
5,760 


S 

3,619 
5,760 


S 


S 

2,140 
5,785 


2,140 

.5.785 




6,820 6,820 






751 751 






1051 105 






\ 








j 


1 




t ! 1 


2i 7,821 


7,823 




9,379 


9,379 




8,030; 8.0:inl 


















40 


40 


























48,666 


'4*8.666 










1,581,970 


1,581,970 




2,536,451 2,536,451 


{ 


7,188,125 


7,188,125 



























1 










1,581,970 


1,581,970 




2,585,1571 2. .58.5. 1.57 




7,18s,125i 7,188,125 












o 


1,589,791 


1,589,793 


1 2.594.5.36 2.594.,5,36 




7,196,155' 7.196.1.55 





















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34 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

No. 14 — Statement of the Values of the Aggregate Trade of Canada 

(Including Coin 



Countries. 



British Empire. 

rinited Kingdom 

Africa — British East 

British South 

British West 

Australia 

Bermuda 

British Guiana 

British West Indies 

East Indies — British India. 

Straits Settlements. 
Other East Indies . . 

Fiji (< )ther Oceania) 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 

Other British Empire 



Totals, British Empire 75,046, 707lll3, 756,891 



Foreign Countries. 

17 Argentine Republic 

18 Austria Hungary 

19 Belguira 

20 Brazil 

21 Central American States. . . 

22!Chile 

23lChine8e Empire 

24!Cuba 

25 Denmark 

26 Danish West Indies 

271 Dutch East Indies 

28' Dutch West Indies 

29 Egypt and Soudan 

30iFrance 

3llFrench Africa 

32 French West Indies 

SSlGermany 

34lGreece 

35jHawaii 

36!Ha,yti 

37 Holland 

Sajltaly 

39 Japan 

40l Mexico 

4l|Norway 

42 Panama 

43 Peru. 

44 Philippines 

45! Porto Rico 

46JPortugal 

47 [Russia 

48jSan Domingo 

49 St. Pierre and Miquelon. . . 

5o!Spain 

5l!Spanish Africa 

52iSweden 

.'53'Switzerland 

54*Turkey 

55' United States 

66 Alaska . . 

57 |U. S. of Colombia 

58 Uruguay 

59 Venezuela 

60 Other Foreign Countries. . 



1907 (9 months) 



Imports. ExiX)rts 



64,819,972 



105,ia5,80l 



28,222 1,097,098 



194,468 



034,500 
174,392 



2,860,130 

185,915 

104.194 

1,464,582 

176,086 

4,246 



1,998,968 
243,564 
389,116 

1,799,426 

21,493 

44,446 

93,975 

2,244,469 

656,789 

31,746 



Totals. 



Totals, Foreign Countries. 
Grand totals 



1,497,943 

849,040 

1,702,669 

363,403 

39,922 

148,416 

469,361 

475,319 

26.048 

7,000 

718,172 



29,205 

6,679,349 

24,239 



5,483,207 
316,524 

18,872 



984,411 

404,589 

1,658,795 

492,299 

62,700 



20 

17,011 

42,280 

125,584 

246,740 



14,096 
895,554 



93,754 

1,594.2.32 

358,455 

158,603,250 



217,969 
52,396 
26,476 



1,971,553 

27,064 

1,857,958 

702,923 

76,526 

222,743 

334,896 

1,009,813 

103,477 

15,825 



169,955,773 

1,125,320 

2,193,436 

243,564 

3,423,616 

3,973,818 

2,881,623 

230,361 

198,169 

3,709,051 

8.32,875 

35,9i;2 



188,803,598 



528 

38,663 

1,409,572 

1,3441 

3,720 

1,066,605 

311 

6,895 

24,930 

814,977 

3.52.842 

538,548 

317,115 

171,044 

72,065 

69,065 

1,196 

420,642 

154,538 

241,481 

25,686 

91,254 

48,315, 

24,619 

59,996 

4,371 

4,842 

79,021,480 

32,869 
91,787 
13,977 
72,251 



1908. 

% 

Imports. Exports. Totals 



95,855,887 

32,193 

536,935 



2,082,003 
7,211,801 

4,036,867 

1,041,319 
275,417 

1,777.6.59 

257,044 

2,937 



134,484,156 

2,011,382 

2,873,461 
398. 55K) 
607,350 

2,483,118 

30,105 

137,625 

267,533 

3,408,518 

993,442 

52,805 



113,110,062 147,748,085 



184,739,300 91,520,306 



259.786.007'20.5.277,197 



3,4()9,496 

876,104 

3,.560,627 

1,066,326 

116,448 

371,159 

804,257 

1,485,132 

129,525 

22,825 

718,172 

528 

67,868 

8,088,921 

25,583 

3,720 

6,549,812 

316,835 

25,767 

24,930 

1,799,388 

757,431 

2,197,343 

809,414 

233,744 

72,065 

69,085 

18,20" 

462,922 

280,122 

488,221 

25,686 

105,350 

943,869 

24,619 

153,750 

' 1,598,603 

363,297 

237,624,730 

32,869 

309,756 

66,373 

98,727 



276,259,606 



872,026 

1,36.5,933 

2,40.5,971 

350,620 

84,916 

117,365 

724,926 

.515,163 

42,498 

870 

316,563 

2,231 

40,061 

10,251,717 

14,796 



8,250,745 

409,691 

12,093 

30 

1,512,145 

806,481 

2,197,159 

919,826 

103,103 



20 

11,391 

6,732 

1.54,234 

315,889 



38,155 
1,148,575 



192,122 

2,759,762 

535,414 

220,791,209 

24,78 

277,040 

64,441 

39,763 



257,676,463 



465.06.3,204 370.786,525 



2,266,945 

11.577 

3,377,479 

969,001 

85,457 

274,008 

964,793 

1,366,319 

222,676 

36,578 

1,000 

571 

41,095 

1,806,732 

22,420 

6,988 

2,374,607 

304 

65,006 

41,004 

855,085 

349,839 

741,108 

477,119 

195,465 

92,318 

118,505 

180,614 

543,714 

46,865 

425,068 

65,597 

134,678 

106,594 

38,645 

98,805 

17,664 

5,151 

113,520,500 

53,1301 
111,196 

27,987 
118,314 



230,340,043 

2,043,575 

3,410,396 

398,590 

2,689,3.53 

9,694,919 

4,006,972 

1,178,944 

542,950 

5,186,177 

1,250,486 

55,742 

260,858,147 



3,138.971 

1,377,510 

5,783,450 

1,319,621 

170,373 

391,373 

1,689,719 

1,881,482 

265,174 

37,448 

317,563 

2,802 

81,156 

12,058,449 

37,216 

6,988 

10,625,352 

409,995 

77,099 

41,034 

2,367,230 

1,156,320 

2,938,267 

1,396,945 

298,568 

92,318 

118,525 

192,005 

550,446 

201,099 

740,957 

65,597 

172,833 

1,255,169 

38,645 

290,927 

2,777,426 

540,565 

334,311,709 

77,917 
388,236 

92,428 
158,077 



132,258,521 389,934,984 



280.006,606' 650,793,131 



CAXADIAX TRADE 



35 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

with the following Couatries during each Fiscal Year, 1907 to 1911. 
and Bullion.) 



1909. 



Imports. ; Exports, i Totals. 



70,5.56,738 
»01,190 
405,210 



133,745,375 204,302,113 
1,679,733 2,580,923 



1910. 



Imports. Experts. Totals- 



1,701, .540! 

7,387,056 



2,769,049 
240,943' 
505,030' 

2,-549,043 



3,174,259 
240,943 

2,206,5701 
9,936,099' 



95,679,8771 

926,980! 

403,484 

3,556,2221 
5,418,199; 



3,067,193 329,471 3,396,664] 3,532,030 



187,723 

185,.532 

1,639,230 

20.5,131 

21,014 



86,257,557 



1,637,578 

1.663,258 

1,8.51,847 

412,999 

112,465 

175,576 

640,651 

496,485 

43,392 

173 

:>84,982 

6,317 

:^,908 

8,028.806 

7,535 



106,8521 

794,838' 

3,552,293 

996,901 

28,323 



294,575 

980,370 

5,191,523 

1,202,032 

49,337 



147,297,851 233,555,408 



6,001,454 

340,965 

25,733 

l]30ii664 
757,732 

1,989,917 
315,334 
126,755 



250 

9,883 

2,798 

118,868 

224,399: 

73,580| 

28,670i 

877,825 

3,059 

143,960 

2,184,901 

3.38,349 

192,661,360| 

9,139 

135,458 

79,772' 

54,314i 



1,875,100 

15,000 

3,927,445 

685,505 

109,008 

116,207 

1,022,555 

1,403,412 

192,780 

18,682 

7,143 

8,491 

19,479 

3,176,096 

34,002 

45' 

1,476,552 

875 

48,528 

26,665 

1,242,730 

1,620,773 

756,111 

817,015 

218,961 

80,297 

108,452 

129,862 

502,680 

48,833 

1,263,244 

24,986 

129,733 

45,682; 

28,264 

58,153 

7,077 

17,543 

92,604,357 

43,369 

99,562 

13,101 

189,511 



3,512,678 

1,678,258 

5,779,292 

1,098,504 

221,473 

291,783 

l,663,20{i 

1,899,927 

236,172 

18,855 

592,125 

14,808 

50,387 

11,204,902 

41,537 

45' 

7,478,006 

341,840 

74,261 

26,665 

2,544,334 

2,378,505 

2,746,028 

1,132,349 

345,716 

80,297 

108,702 

139,745 

505,478 

167,701 

1,487,643 

98,566 

158,403 

923,.507 

31,323 

202,113 

2,191,978 

355,892 

285,265,717 

52,508 
235,020 

92,873 
243,825 



250,521 

246,8421 

1,468,099 

774.166 

26,340 



149,634,107 
2,354,928 

3,583,447 
488,478 
588,047 

3,109,825 

60,239 

99,752 

514,798 

3,970,952 

890,549 

68,969 



112,312,760, 165,364,091 



2.181,554 

1,410,800 

3,250,903 

663,314 

98,572 

166,695 

802,748' 

841,209 

86,606 

74,314 

327,064 

10,501 

48,105 

10,170,903 

4,490 

286 

7,958,264 

396,802 

16,156 



1,980,119 
945,243 

2,202,609 
5.59,122 
168,299 



41,580 

33,006 

42,261 

138,162 

344,573 

846,539 

107,258 

1,040,219 

6,596 

207,596 

2,630,894 

461,489 



2,869,913 

60,508 

2,900,092 

823,817 

100,677 

242,717 

1,250,202 

1,737,385 

435,053 

16,366 

2,370' 

243 

27, 497 1 

2,640,&48 

17,796 

19,405 

2,501,191 

1,424; 

79,794| 

17,061' 

1,937,852 

829,508' 

660,522 

953,623 

487,147 

135,498 

15,737 

169,215 

536,254 

.59,731 

598,435, 

23,228 

139,500 

51,944 

31,632 

111,6971 

lO.lSOi 

3,2961 



245,313,984^ 
3,281,908 

3,986,9311 

488.478' 
4,144,269! 
8, .558, 024 1 

3,592,269 

350,273 

761,640 

5,439,051 

1,664,715 

95,309 



1911. 



Imports. Exports. 



277,676,851 



5,051,467 

1,471,308 

6,150,995 

1,487,131 

199,249 

409,412 

2,052,950 

2,578,.594 

521,659 

90,680 

.329,434 

10,744 

75,602 

12,811,-551 

22,286 

19,691 

10,459,4,55 

398,226 

95,950 

17,061 

3,917,971 

1,774,751 

2,863,131 

1,512,745 

655,446 

135,498 

57,317 

202,221 

578,515 

197,893 

943,008 

869,767 

246,758 

1,092,163 

38,228 

319,293 

2,641,074 

464,785 



110,586,801 

6,229 

223,017 

3,:382 

512,918 

9,025 

3,793,201 

6,469,382 

2,777,334 

229.145 

1,368,008 

219,430 

599,448 

1,819,082 

913,608 

7,917 



129,537,927 



2,304,957 

1,347,565 

3,630,340 

924,047 

105,011 

419,063 

685,912 

1,055.654 

88,251 

149,932 

1,818,083 

9,444 

34,931 

11,755,403 

3,828 



10,087,199 

453,647 

25,809 

5 

1,840,915 

1,021,805 

2,425,638 

494,968 

426,163 



136,965,111 

10,239 

2,321,340 

23,290 

3.925,592 

477,466 

622 735 

4,113,270 

59,808' 

67,955 

6,761 

116,967 

521,890' 

3,874,775; 

1,004,370 

3.3,468 



Totals 



151,145,037 



165,916 

38,301 

188 

187,006 

267,208 

843,831 

40,677 

1,127,534 



239,070,549[ 113,150,778! 352,221,327 

28,5141 42,751 71,265 

78,139 105,856 183,995 

53,885 14,026 67,911 

43,994 181,869, 225,863 



281,857 

3,149,787 

556,695 

/ 291,415,202 



238,566; 

114,846 

6,300 

90,839 

76,290 



3,021,708 

156,931 

2,773,444 

1,032,829 

102,765; 

232,502 

529,821 

1,845,169 

443,035 

16,966 

2,551 

432 

14,044 

2,782,092 

29,921 

5,626 

2,663,017 

135,347 

142,767 

47,745 

1,397,019 

379,270 

619,989 

1,268,150 

412,935 

321,440 

34,466 

58,305 

506,764 

88,088 

1,176,571 

31,335 

146, 4M 

27,943 

19,271 

108,983 

22,673 

17,691 

119,396,801 

471,990 

37,478 

77,010 

32,995 

418,995 



247,551, 

16, 

2,544. 

26, 

4,438, 

486, 

4,415; 

10, .582, 

2,837, 

297, 

1,374, 

336, 

1,121, 

.5,693, 

1,917 

41, 



912 
468 
357 
672 
510 
491 
936 
652 
142 
100 
769 
397 
338 
857 
978 
385 



283,682,964 



5,326,665 

1,504,496 

6,4<'3,784 

1,956,876 

207,776 _ 

651,565 22 

1,215,733 23 

2,900,823 24 

.531,286 25 

166,898 26 

1,820,634 27 

9,876 28 

48,975 29 

14,-537,495 30 

33.749 31 
5,626 32 

12,750,216 33 
588,994 34 
168,576 35 

47.750 36 
3,237,934 
1,401,075 
3,045,627 
1,763,118 

839,098 
321,440 
200,382 
96,606,44 
506,95245 
275,094'46 

1,443,779!47 
875,166 48 
187,13ll49 

1,155,477'50 

19,27151 

390,84052 

3,172,460 53 
574,386:54 
413,812,003 55 
710,556 56 
1.52,324:57 
83,310!58 
123,S34 59 
495,285 60 



223,499,051 114,214,308 337,713,3591279,-539,932 135,994,438; 415,534,370 342,709,613:143,051,328 485,760,941 
309.7-56,608 261,512,1,59 571.268,767^ 391,8.52,6921 301,358,529' 693,211,221 472,247,54ol 297,196,365 1 769,443,905 

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TRADE AM) COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 



No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of all Imports into and Exports 
of all Goods entered for Consumption, with the Amounts of 




CAXADIAX TRADE 



39 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

from Canada during- each Fiscal Year, 1907 to 1911, and the Quantities and Values 
Duties collected thereon during each Fiscal Year, 1910 and 1911. 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Value. 



Value. 



1907 
(9 mos.) 



1908. 



1908. 



1910. 



1911. 



1907 
(9 nios. 



1908. 



1909. 



I OQi nei i 257,652 

) ^l.y^l ( 3.56,250 

^ QO AS^ I 13,36.3 

/ •^»''*»^i \ 48,529 



69,153 56,597; 70,696 



168,9 12' 

295,000 

5,821 

40,0501 



213,607 352,472 

289,279 340,265: 

.3,683 3,45l! 

53,047 62,904; 



8,565; 



6,405 



420,444| 675,794 509,813; 559,616, 759,092' 
22,741 



8,565; 



6,405 



5,196 



5,196 



19,995 19,1731 20,735 31,285 



10,237 
67,019 

897,925 

110 

242,410 



25,693 
55,569 

1,256,713' 

415| 

233,396 



39,925 103,613 



1,103,458' 

29,655 

151 

14,615, 

2,509 



15 

856,123; 

77,393 

456 

21,403 

4,951 



16,567 
50,685 

325,809 

25 

207,338 

60,725 



624,124 

.31,464' 

205 

4,290! 

1,000- 



15,9."0 
35,500 

451,157 

2,235 

19<.«,627 

103,148 



938,481 

48,338 

1.55 

4,019 

429 



9,392 13,095 14,703! 19,657 



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500 
I 300 

2,418,206 



3,999i l,187,957i 1,289,700 

( 3,700; 8,575 

15,295'-^ 120 190 

I [ 20,664 10,056 



18,321 
56,401 

648,481 

1,169 

229,759 

162,370 

15! 

1,026,560 

71,766 

130 

7,651! 

3,524 

28,152 



I 10,434 
I 10,923,235 
( 680 

I 824,663 
12,433 
/ 896,888 
I 418,419 
I 58,768 
I 22,111 



55.795 37,081 
9,247,169: 10,735,719 



2,340; 

971,465 

13.552 

696,147 

515,093 

72,876 

84,765 



2,789 

780,405 

4,063 

314,099 

278,896 

60,011 

41,224 



1910. 



230,458 



5,382 
5,382 



1911. 



359,339, 1 

2 
12,696 ^ 

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12,696 



24,544' 

10,768,622 

6,245; 

1,036,659, 

7,963' 

416,959; 

208,706' 

121,696 

40,501 



1 ,544 8 

8,532.042 9 

1,580 10 

1,062,301 11 

49,408 12 

48,287 13 

281,987 14 

99,127 15 

33,989 16 



1,086,984; 

10,032; 

66 

12,259 



14,190 



2,668,129 



21,562 



2,549,376; 3,118,217, 3,363,640 13,167,631 



11,659,202 12,254,287 



23,492 22, .537 



620 



103 



401! 



189 



11 
926 



32,732 



731 



127,277 135,849 187,334 



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12,631,895 
273,643 



10,124,265 
344,798 



38,180 



58,296 58,354 



5,291 j 8,827j 9,2531 11,530 
239,8111 327,407' 337,2891 396,627 



1,824 1 

14,328 J 
452,2.50! . . 



31,319 29,777| 33,897 



61,972 



61,124 



27,763 33,998 



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40 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
jSTo. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Enteked for Con'sumption. 



1910. 



Quantity. 



Vah: 



Bagatelle and other game tables 
or boards No. 

Bags which contained cement . 

Bags, and other coverings 
used in the importation of 
salt 



287 



Baking powders Lbs. 

Balls, cues and racks and .cue tips 
for bagatelle board sand billiard 
tables 

Balsam (exijorts) 

Baskets of all kinds, N.O.P 

Baths, bath-tubs, basins, closets, 
lavatories, urinals, sinks and 
laundrj'-tubs of any material 

Bees 

Belts, surgical, and trusses, elec- 
tric belts, pessaries and suspen- 
sory bandages of all kinds 

Belts, of all kinds, N.O.P., ex- 
cept silk 

Bells, imported by and for the 
use of churches only 

Bells and gongs, N.O.P 

Billiard tables No. 

Blacking, shoe and shoemaker's 
ink ; shoe, harness and leather I 

dressing, N.O.P ! 

Blinds of wood, metal or other ; 

material, not textile or paper ', 

Blueing— laundry blueing ' 

Boats, life and life-saving appa- I 

ratus special)}' imported by so- 1 

cieties to encourage the saving [ 

of human life 

Boats, open, pleasure, sail boats, i 

skiffs and canoes No. j 

Bolsters and pillows I 

Bones, crude Cwt, 

Bone pitch, crude only 



534,907 



4,024 
13,646 



11,172 
152, .545 



10,723 



Duty. 



68,638 



S cts. 



1,251 58 
2,730 48 



2,793 00 
31,068 16 



3,660 19 



21,370 35 



230,257 75,886 58 
360' 



1911. 



Quantity. 



913 



422,547 



Value. 



Duty. 



3,488 
44,423 



S cts. 



1,108 06 
8,879 95 



11,281 2,820 25 
118,619 2.5,222 80 



844 



35,806' 6,862 69! 

1 

147,880 43,151 35 

58,456 

36,966 10,981 00 

41,886 13,652 54 



618 



23 Books, periodicals, pamphlets, &c. 
{ Books, printed, periodicals and 

pamphlets, or parts thereof, 
N.O.P 

24 Books — Novels or works of 
fiction, or literature of a 
similar character, unbound 
or i)aper bound, or in sheets, 
not including Christmas an- 
nuals or puWi cations com- 
monly known as juvenile or 
toy books 

25 Freight rates for railways, and 
telegraph rates, bound in book 
or pamphlet form, and time 
tables of railways outside of 
Canada 



19,940 



83,869 

8,721 
36,000 



8,691 
25,485 



19,855 
2,161 



1,475 



21,086 91' 

2,640 90 
5,725 95 



6,248 25 



627 



17,468 



1,329,409 115,793 67 



101,266 



19,186 



84,818 



260,734 
539 



43,275 
131,291 



6,234 24 



24,021 48 
81,805 25 



8,288 65 
37,985 23 



60,231 

51,053 15,049 92 
74,771 23,097 70 



83,224 

9,569 
42,854 



444 

28,507 



25,920 
476 



21,581 43 

2,862 50 
6.716 27 



6,939 65 



22,207 87 



Included under " Earthenware and Chinawai-e 



16,690 4,126 60 
prior to 1908. 



1,546,642 132,765 10 



96,417 20,044 10 



18,527' i.-yJ 



CAXADIAN TRADE 



41 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — C ontinued. 



Impokts. 


ExpOhTs. 


Value. 


Value. 


1907. 
(9mos.) 


1908. 

761 
105,483 

13,352 
128,225 

14,511 


1909. 

•S 

1,486 
55,674 

7,261 
135,804 

9,334 


1910. 


1911. 


1907. 

(9mos.) 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 

S 


315 


$ 

4,024 
13,640 

11,187 
152,749 

10,723 


3.488 
44,423 

11,272 
117,609 

19,186 


$ 


$ 


S 


§ 


73,118 
















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83,914 

8,860 








4,464 2,374 


8,216 


20,143 


57,586 


77,979 

234,883 
634 

33,540 

103,243 

.57,310 
44,861 
56,773 

95,454 

3,627 
27,619 

11,351 
24,966 


63,08iJ 

157,249 
418 

27,177 

121,524 

57,105 
33,430 
48,644 

82,177 

2,526 

31.488 

2,907 
20,257 


68,666 

231,894 
360 

35,806 

148,340 

58,456 
37,032 
41,886 

83,937 

8,721 
.35,242 

8,691 
25,485 


83,919 

259,772 
539 

43,515 

131,561 

60,231 
51,334 
74,771 

86,356 

9,569 
42,374 

444 
28,507 




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20,666 












78,595 












43,269 












31,582 












28,793 
64,746 












1,229 












22,834 












83 













48,604 












11,548 








72,095 


"69J3i 


15,519 
1,246 


20,779 
331 

1,193,334 

' 113,623 

. 6,872 


19,193 
307 

1,178,558 

107,246 
12,041 


19,855 
2,161 

1,325,707 

100,905 
16,690 


25,920 
476 


31,686 


57,418 


85,790 












461,780 


918,660 


1,547,376 

96,495 
18,527 


216,080 


314,922 


394,889 


367,599 


■ 85,385 













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42 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART 1 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



E.NTEREn FOR CONSUMPTION. 



1910. 



1911. 



Books, periodicals, &c. — Con. 

Bank notes, bonds, bills of ex- 
change, cheques, promissory 
notes, drafts and all similar 
work unsigned, and cards and 
other commercial blank forms 
printed or lithographed, or 
printed from steel or copper, 
or other plates, and other 
printed matter, N.O.P 

Bibles, prayer books, psalm and 
hj'mn books, &c 

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

Books, embossed, for the blind 
and books for the instruction 
of the deaf and dumb and ■ 
blind . .... 

Books not printed or 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 siich library and not in any 
case the propertj' of indivi- 
duals, also books in print 
more than 12 years 

Books on the application of 
science to industries of all 
kinds, including books on 
agriculture, h or t i c u Iture, 
mining, architecture, engi- 
neering, &c., and similar in- 
dustrial books, also 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, N.O.P 

Charts and maps for the use of 
schools for the blind 

Charts, admiralty 

Advertising chromos, chromo- 
tj'p>es,oleographs or like work 
produced by any process 
other than hand painting or 
drawing, and having any 
advertisement or advertising 
matter printed, lithographed 
or stamped thereon, or 
attached thereto, or other 
similar artistic work, litho- 
graphed, printed or stamped 
on paper or cardboard, for 
business or advertising pur- 
poses, N.O.P Lbs. 

Photographs. 



Quantity. 



Value. Duty. Quantity. | Value. 



174,111 
356,839 

4,436 

571 



S cts. 



58,569 05 



197,737 
306,897 



Duty. 



S cts. 



66,224 83 



290 



17,069 



442,223 



468,681 



155,586 
20,246 4,229 38 



1,705 



4,355 



2,285 75 



12,914 



191,579 
21,882 

20 
1,598 



3,738 



4,.502 43 



1,884 75 



CANADIAN TRADE 



43 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Import.* 



Value. 



1907. 

(0 -nos.) 



1908. 1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



140,784 
147,743 

3,272 

202 



248,542 



103,665 
19,182 



1,107 



948 



209,425 
242,605 

5,215 

733 



378,684 



172,809 
31,576 

19 
1,996 



8,081 



Exports. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9mos.) 



178,670 175,210: 204,890 
234,820 356,839' 306,897 



1,093 



379 



419,713 



155,573 
17,596 

206 
1,452 



4,436 3,988 



571 290 



442,223' 468,681 



155,586 
20,746 



1.705 



191,579 

22,832 

20 
1,598 



4,368 



4,355 3.738 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 1911. 



12,402 



t6,738 



t5,416 



to, 893 



t7,136 10 



44 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Consumption. 



IJIO. 



Quantity. 



Books, periodicals, &c — Con. 

Globes, geographical, topogra- 
phical and astronomical 

Labels for cigar boxes, fruits, 
vegetables, meats, fish, con- 
fectionery and other goods 
and wares ; also shipping, 
price or other tags, tickets or 
labels ; and railroad or other 
tickets whether lithographed 
or printed or partly printed, 
N.O.P. 

Manuscripts and insurance 
maps 

Newspapers or supplemental 
editions or parts thereof part- 
ly printed and intended to be 
completed and published in 
Canada 

Newspapers and quarterly 
JDonthly and semi-monthly 
magazines and \\ eekly liter- 
ary papers, un bound . . . , 

Pamphlets, advertising, 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 n 

Printed music, bound or in 
sheets,and music for mechan- 
ical players 



Value. 



5,626 



178,229 
4,955 

12 
738,653 



1,141,7511 

123,098 



Total books, periodicals, &c 

Boot, shoe, shirt and stay laces of 
any material 

10 Boots, shoes, slippers and insoles 
of all kinds, except rubber and 
leather 

11 Braces or suspenders and finished 
parts of 



322,244 
30,703 

166,742 
4,054,601 



227,327 

138,869 
63,292 



Breadstuff s, &c., viz. : — 

Arrowroot Lbs. 

Barley, pot, pearl, rolled, roast- 
ed or ground 

Biscuits, sweetened « 

Biscuits, not sweetened « 

Bre'ad, unleavened, for religi- 

gious purposes 

Cereal foods, prepared, N.O.P 

II II in pack- 
ages, not exceeding 25 lbs, 
weight Lbs. 



58,710 

315,197 
707,039 
485,810 



3.237.129 



2,560 

17,171 

106,670 

40,243 



32,974 



Duty. 



S cts. 



63,203 77 



3 00 



1911. 



Quantity. 



Value. Duty 



5,967 



196,246 
5,612 



$ cts. 



6G.lf,l 03 



113 28 25 



870,269 



165,131 40l 1,436,559 381,974 



18,182 90; 177,8% 
15,762 28 



469,495 67 



61,127 21 

35,495 03 
20,584 28 



394 00 

3,574 10 

19,767 39 

8,173 60 



50,557 
220,211 



206,252 60 
26,353 30 

20,569 30 



4,588,945 549,963 64 



220,190| 56,226 28 

1 
j 

127,475j 30,674 77 
68,3031 22,024 17 



67,096 

2,214,241 

1,305,365 

796,845 



6,441 80; 
218,388 54,158 31 



3,161 

38,177 

169,892 

67,594 

9,673! 
133,186; 



484 01 

10,186 10 
33,802 73 
io,oio 40 



26,3-53 80 

; i 

3,.371,848 200,698' 41>.712 36 



CANADIAX TRADE 



45 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, «fec. — Continued. 



IlirORTS, 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



5,776 



110,097 
5,498 

549 

271.210 



121,799, 
18,589; 

93,205; 
2,296,213 

133,.549 

107,764 
75,993 

1,410 

2,582 
43,117 
19,691 

22,865 
102,707 

45,154 



1908. 


1909. 


S 


S 


5,004 


5,136 


1.51,694 


138,266 


7,332 


5,035 


1,115 


138' 

1 


470,024 


641,483 


193,572 


i 
221,458 


28,710 


21,564 


143,903 


154,073 


3,366,326 


3,498,868 


188,287 


185,104 


113,150 


100,874 


69,712 


45,409 


2,346 


3,974 


9,402 
69,849 
27,061 


24,934 
83,238 
31,046 


3541 


1,332 
31,430 


30,9591 

i 


159,588' 


210,684 



1910. 



5,626 



178,204 
4,955 

12 



1911. 

S 
5,967 



321,291 
30,588 

167,108 
4,051,410 

230,616 

142,645 
63,439 

2,698 

15,947 

105,319 

40,152 



197,163 
5,612 



113 



870,269 



380,888 
50,720 

220,211 



33,042 
220,374 



4,597,854 

209,979 

128,299 
70,023 



Exports. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



3,107 

38,258 

169,008 

68,176 

9,673 
133,455 



200,166 



1908. 



1909. 



218,482 



321,660 



1910. 



1911. 



400,305 



373,492 



468,916 



28,318 



l, 



132,233 



44,967 



1,430,515 



24,163 20,939 



1,380,507 1,690,296 



20,152 



10 
11 



12 

13 
14 
15 

16 

17 



1,830,911 



18 



46 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



Entekeu for Coxsumptiox. 



ARTICLES. 



Bieadstuffs — Concluded. 

Macaroni and vermicelli 

Rice, cleaned 

.1 iincleaned, uuhul^ed or 
paddy 

Rice and sago flour 

Sago and tapioca 

Tapioca flour 

All other bread stuffs, N.O.P. . 



Lbs. 



Total breadstuff s, N.O.P. 



Grain, viz. : — 

Barley. N.O.P 

Beans, N.O.P 

Locust beans and locust bean 

meal 

Buckwheat 

Indian corn for purposes of 

distillation 

Indian corn not for purposes 

of distillation 

Oats 

Pease, N.O.P 

II split 

Rye 

Wheat 

Grain, all other (exports) . . 



Bush. 



Lbs. 

Bush. 



Bush. 



Total grain. 



Grain, products of, viz. : — 

Malt, whole, crushed or ground Lbs. 

Malt flour, containing not 
less than 50 p.c. of malt. . . n 

Malt flour, containing less 
than 50 p.c. in weight of 
malt II 

Bran, mill feed, &c 

Buckwheat meal or flour. . . . Lbs. 

Indian or com meal Bbls. 

Oatmeal Lbs. 

Rolled oats .. 

Rye flour Bbls. 

Wheat flour n 

Hominy, cracked, evaporated 
or dried corn 

Meal, all other (exports) 

Grain, flour, meal, &c., of all 
kinds when damaged by 
water in transit or prior to 
importation into Canada 



I'.ilO. 



1911. 



Quantity. ; Value. 



4,597,129 
13,140,175 

30,348,091 

1,042,451 

3.087,592 

231,853 



167,099 
104,761 

121,562 
1,707 

827,723 

6,596,640 
38,945 
17,670 



1,306 
55,270 



,188,106 
75,868 

3,070 



152,900 
33,341 

17,858 

2,921 
31,458 



Total grain products . 
Total breadstuff s 



Duty. 



Quantitj-,! Value. Duty. 



211,5741 
291, 866 j 

570,129' 

21,099 

62,154 

5,514 

52,651 



cts. 



57,061 70 
82,405 64' 11 



,355,769 
,532,251 



1,632,993 



8,280 36 
11,276 991 

2,116 55 
10,070 79 



35,7 



750,738 
736,533 
592,795 
:382,255 



245,938 
260,395 

636,302 

17,265 

98,646 

9,457 

51,.329 



263,724 23 



102,908 
171,123 

2,360 
1,463 

552,351 

4,646,540 

■27,287 
46,650 



1,399 
55,612 



5,607,693 



57,410 
2,419 



124 

220,541 

5,051 

106,484 

775 

11,249 
1.56,310 

7,554 



422 



568,339 



7,809,025 



24,938 15 
24,045 75 



2.56 05 
62,078 92 



3,430 52 
2,536 70 



130 60 
6,623 28 



1,941,713 



155,586 
47,517' 

28,538 
l,104l 



96,492 
101,338 

796 
921 



869,150 490,072 



11,523,646 
16,389 
26,276' 



6,951,747 
10,646 
85,676 



222 
115,3961 



261 
98,662 



124,039 97 



9,846 37 
341 41 

43 40 

43,992 25 

764 47 

8,335 25 

92 63 

1,460 50 

18,874 80 

1,510 80 



2,775,556 
239,230 

6,332 



7,836,611 



105 50 



255,700 
41,991 

13,090 

4,560 
60,738 



65,033 
6,522 



487 

32 889 

8,256 

122,720 

716 

16,990 
24.5,365 

6,281 



799 



85,367 38 1 



473,131 58' 10,284,382 



506,058 



-S cts. 

59,479 68 
7*, 754 91 



6,028 02 

19,335 00 

3,785 05 

8,676 71 



306,174 77 



23,337 10 
11,698 65 



165 60 

65,186 2tv 



1,513 20 
3,838 05 



22 20 
13,847 36 



119,608 42 



12,503 53 
1,076 54 



170 45 

5,675 32 

1,278 50 

10,496 50 

63 08 

2,278 30 
36,442 40 

1,099 22 



199 75 



71,283 59 



497,066 78 



CANADIAN TRADE 



47 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into aud Ex-ports from Canada, (to. — Continued. 



Imports. 



1907. 
(9mos.) 



102,529 
186,169 

259,909 
13,376 
91,980 



1908. 



Value. 



1909. 



49,780 
941,269 



221,058 
40,511 

657 
3,566 

538,942 

5,175,875 

176,791 

12,058 



74,419 
1,167,434 



7,411,311 



21,501 



57,527 

3,780 

62,684 

187 

315 

6,993 

117,913 

2,575 



10 
273,485 
i,62G,065 



185,2451 175,444, 
315,672: .334,404 



657,967 

4,104 

137,777 

12,265 

114,804 

1,727,393 



23,304 
49,709 

265! 
242i 



784,107; 

19, 234 1 

49,854* 

5,030 

48,1071 

1,802,818 



159,275 
li52,294 

892 
703 



1910. 



219,6871 
291,030, 

570,129' 

21,406' 

61,443 

5,514' 

52.8411 



1911. 



238,810 
266,144 

(>36,302 
17,068 

100,619 

9,457 

52,590 



725,601 671,833 



,258,262' 

88,247j 

14,788 



3,801,853 

330,096 

30,401 



123,906i 
,138,455; 



271,432 
9,431,405 



14,422,77914,850,184 



10,531! 
3,174! 

43 

87,093 

4,622 

78,778 

1,487 

8,480 
175,794 



27,081 
5,597 

28 

77,678 

5,315 

116,764 

1,533 

10,083 
170,989 



3,648 14,012 



1,146 1,424 

374,796! 430,504 



1,639,582 1,942,833 



102,908 
175,591 

2,360 
1,463 

561,550 

4,64e,540 
29,529 
45,408 



61,831 
12,071,354 



17,698,534 



96,492 
103,451 

796 
921 

1,466,313 

6,949,284 
24,003 
87, £53 



261 
5,214,091 



13,943,465 



57,445 65,033 



2,348 

124 

220,595 

5,072 

106,558 

1,082 

11,234 
158,220 

7,549 



422 
570,649 



16,.524,968 17:083,506 19,908,765 



5,927 



487 

31,570 

8,244 

122,738 

683 

16.990 
247,775 

6,281 



799 
506,,^27 

16,392,825 



Exports. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



1908. 



i 1,665 2,079 

17,87o! 21,024 



1,180,086 1,498,585 



928,985 
48,923 



196,002 



2,090,313 

1,936,791 

470,385 

172,896 

30,990 

21,584,176 

8,689 



27,468,150 



6,580 



1,239,972 
85,244 



245,093 



2,978,768 

3,188,054 

572,794 

200,690 

64,306 

44,504,327 

1,329 



53,080,577 



7,722 



256,072 



2,722 
544,455 

4,095^516 
30^916 



854,977 



1,673 

721,552 

13 
,457,564 



41,029 



4,936,2551 10,084,530 



33,584,491 



64,663,692 



1909. 



1910. 



3,120 
18,355 



18,004 
32,322 



1,426,145 1,761,561 



1,804,185 1,114,532 
134,100; 35,651 



398.198 



253 503 

2,199,448 
695,941 
272,093 
234,817 



536,741 



372,693 

1,569,092 
582,648 
223,879 
130,821 



57,891,304; 63,837,787 



766 



63,884,355 



7,342 



888,900 



4,818 
535,963 



r,991,.517 
58' 164 



577 



68,404,421 



11,328 



1,842,620 



3,812 
1,123,861 



1911. 



16,078 
28,577 



1,895,718 



831,196 8 
51,128 9 



238,923 



2,736,189 

2,219,297 

490,595 

200,898 

46,416 

49,896,924 

662 

56,712,228 



12,209 



14,860,3P3 



56,192 



1,850,219 

4^52! 

518,032 

4 
13,854,869 



9,675 



9,486,644j 17,898,170 ln,249,529 



74,797,144 88,064,158 74,857,475 



32 



48 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 



ARTICLES. 



EMEREn FOR Consumption. 



1910. 



Quantity. Value, j Duty. 



Brick, clays and tiles (see Earth- 
enware) : — 

Fire brick and stove linings, 
N.E.S 

Brick, fire, of a class or kind not 
made in Canada 

Bath brick 

Building brick M. 

Paving brick „ 

China clay Cwt. 

Fire clay, unmanufactured 

Manufactures of clay, N.O.P 

Pipe clay 

Claj;, all' other, N.O.P 

Drain tiles, not glazed 

Drain pipes, sewer pipes and 
earthenware fittings therefor, 
chimney linings or vents, 
chimney tops and inverted 
blocks, glazed or unglazed 



8 cts. 



1911. 



Quantity. Value. 



13 



Total bricks, clays and tiles . 



and 



Brim moulds and moulds 
skins for gold-beaters 

Bristles Lbs. 

British gum, dry sizing cream 

and enamel sizing m 

16 Broom corn 



19 



Brooms and whisks , 
Brushes of all kinds 



Total brooms and brushes^ 



Bullion or gold fringe. 



20 Button blanks of animal shell, 
in the rough 

21 Buttons, all kinds, N.O.P 

22 Buttons, pantaloon, wholly of 

I metal 

23|Shoe battons, papier mache Gross. 

24, Shoe buttons, N.O.P „ 

25 Eastings, mohair cloth, or other 
j manufactures of cloth, import- 
I ed by manufacturers of buttons 
for use in their own factories, 
and woven and made in pat- 
terns of such size, shape or 
form, and cut in such manner, 
as to be fit for covering buttons, 
exclusively ■ ■ 



30,444 

18,134 

260,000 



194,720 
1,057,363 



ll- 



133,546 
34,602 



Total buttons. 



519,454! 

1,361 

218,175 

138,763 

101,007, 

86,151 

264,816 

203 

30,871 1 

2,739; 



188 12 
47,048 39 
24,715 99 



46,088 77 



522 15 



196,002i 63,983 30 



1,559,542 182,546 72 



5,633 
129,204 



29,559 2,522 32 
432,146 



7,422 1,475 86 
360,462 97,754 75 



367,884 99,230 61 



10,481 



32.748 

10,836 

367,052 



223,866 
1,090,787 



1,562 156 20 
565,790193,775 28 



5,034i 
3,189 



796 19 



14,740; 



590,315194,727 67 



2i0,921 
13,669 



Duty. 



S cts. 



864,465 

2,267 

309,553 

130,861 

144,904 

129,728 

409,024 

256 

24,645 

4,378 



342 18 
66,681 34 
20,079 42 



70,453 45 



860 35 



174,653 58,842 65 



2,194,734 217,259 39 



3,242; 
167,025| 

37,2711 
389,173 



3,126 20 



12,426 2,465 35 
470,104120,047 94 



482,530 122,513 29 



9,766 



4,120 

614,905 

6,131 
• 2,383 



10,031 



412 00 
197,964 41 



591 93 



637,570 198,968 34 



I 



CANADIAN TRADE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, itc. — Continued. 



49 



Imports. 



Value. 



Exports. 



1907. 
(9 mos. ) 



157, 616 1 

349,185 
1,067' 
88,144 
23, 256 j 
78,772' 
80,044! 
45,845 
307 
14,117i 
12.1061 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



1908. 



1909. 



639,347 

1,845 

139,185 

61,346 

97,236 

155,873 

110,1411 

319 1 

14,292 

2,080 



93,458 125,747 
948,9171 1,347,411 



350,457 

4,390' 

108,835 

101,187 

90,922, 

77,146 

141.144 

887 

21,280: 

2,384' 



106,399 



519,454 

1,361 

218,113 

138,763; 

101,007' 

86, 151 J 

264,880 

203 

30,871 

2,739; 



864,465' 

2,263 

309.553 

130,861, 

144,904 

129,728 

409,183; 

256i 

24.6451 

4,378! 



6,043i 



9,727 



125i 



426 



196,002' 174,653! 



1,005,031 1,.559,544 2,194,: 



6,168 



1.104! 
9.3..530I 



42,474! 

167,6541 



1,659 
124,834 

42,350 
238,513 



1,381 
77,998j 

21,706 
246,701! 



5,633 
129,204, 

29,559; 
432,146' 



3,242i 

167,025 

37,202| 

389,173 



1910. 



1911. 



5,688 2,633 4,827 



681! 8,612 



1,974 



10,153! 



6,369' 11.2451 



6,801 



12 



4.149; 5,341 5,534 7,580 12,313 

271,273i 374,522i 278,745, 361,274, 470,452 

275,4221 379,863; 284,279: 363,854; 482,765, 

3,686; 7,074, 13,621 10,481 



9,766 



232,575 

18.108 

1,658 

497 



410; 

.390,731^ 

I 

3,018; 
923 



313 1,562 1,120 

270,5811 565,229' 616,204 



2,815 
1,594 



5,034 
3,189 



6,131 
2,383 



0,432 7,884 

259,270 402,966 

10—4 



3,191 



8,056 



ll,596j 14,740 10,031 
286,899; 589,754; 638,869 



3,191 



5,347 



2,198 



1,446 



13 
14 



19 



8,056 



5,347 



2,198 



1.446 



25 



50 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Vahies of Imports 



Entered for Consumptiox. 



ARTICLES. 



Candles — 

Paraffine wax Lbs. 

All other, N.O.P ,. 

Total caudles ... .;.... <, 



Carpets, mats and rugs, N.E.S. — 
Carpeting, rugs, mats, and 

matting of sti-aw 

Carpets, N.O.P Yds. 

Cocoa carjietiug, mats, rugs 

and matting 

Mats, door or carriage other 

than metal, N.O.P 

Total carpets, mats and 
rugs, N.E.S 



1910. 



1911. 



Quantity. Value. Duty. Quantity.' Value. 



Duty. 



164,822 
392,854 



r,531 



S I S cts.j 

i I 

20.8421 4,688,68 181,541 

56,6721 13,354 04| 458,271 



557,676 77,514 18,042 72| 639,812- 



63,394 15,637 53 

5,297 1,401 45 

21,049 4.150 8S 

3,170! 953 93 



23,032 



92, 910 ; 22,149 79 



22,426 
63,671 



86,097 



5,172 80 
14,735 75 



19,908 55 



74,252 17.152 02 

6,415^ 1,707 35 

18,665^ 3,699 36 

1,510 516 10 



100,8421 23,074 »3 



16 



I 
17 
18; 

19j 
20 
21 1 

22 
23 

24! 

25| 
26! 

27 i 
28 



Carpi't sweepers X 

Carriagvs— 

Automobile.'^and motor vehicles 
Call kinds ... N 

Automobiles aiid motor vehicles, 
parts of 

Cutters N 

Farm waggons 

Freight waggons and drays 

Buggies and carriages 

Pleasure carts and vehicle.s, N. 
O.P 

Complete parts of farm and 
freight waggons, draj's and 
sleighs 

Complete parts of buggies, car- 
riages and vehicles, N.O.P., 
including parts of cutters, 
children s carriagesaud sleds, 
X.O.P 

Cars, railway passenger N 

11 tram or horse 

11 box and flat 

11 other, N.O.P 

" parts of 

Scrapers, railway or road 

Sleighs X 

Wheelbarrows, trucks and 
hand-carts 

Bicycles and tricycles, N.O.P. 

Bicycles and tricycles, parts of. . . . 

Children's carriages and sleds. . . 

All other carriages N.O.E. (expor 



•.m 



3,417 1,027 20 



1,730 



ti,466 1,934 7" 



ts). 



Total carriages. 



29 Cash registers No. 

30 Celluloid, mfrs. of, N.O.P 



.424 1,732,215 594,989 61 



I 269,581; 

18! 939 

5,379 
558 



1,009; 



41 : 

120 

306! 

2,653 



609, 

8.921 
4,699 



93,215 49 

328 05 

217,670 54,417 50 

41,994 10.451 71 



81,624 



29,402 27 



94,099 23,482 92 



58,199 
121,070 

22,062 

123,645 

172,943 

294,835 

77,883, 

18,157 

i 

51,260 

07,515 

ll,5(i3 

176,008' 



20,101 41 
36,322 80 

6,508 30 
37,093 50 
51,907 90 
88,813 60 
23,364 90 

4,539 25 

15,347 40' 

10,519 50 

3,0.50 70 

01,276 84; 



3,036,273'1,171,197 25 



1,281 



135,798 
100,295 



40,732 00 
19,891 02 



9 

10,634' 

1,815 

1.321' 



.32 

6 

358! 

4;520| 



943 

12,920' 
9,743' 



3,488 4,235,190 1,443,S9S :« 



522,223 179,889 0:> 

301 105 35 

43.5,317 108,814 03 

149,170 37,241 05 

107,005 37,237 OS 



135,510 33,811 31 



33,507 11.572 71 

57,309 17,210 70 

4,670 1,401 00 

221,279; 05,.'554 40 

379,450 113,523 00 

349,875 104,510 10 

125,112 37,510 40 

21,040 5,411 50 

82,343 24.532 20 

147,142 34,290 80 

10,484 4.210 30 

233,594! 81,435 30 



7,257,859 2.342.178 47 



1,450 



120,633 
58,980 



36,189 90 
10,139 03 



CANADIAN TRADE 



51 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, etc. — Continued. 



Imports. 



ExroKTS. 



1007. 
(9 inos.) 



5,088 
47,550 



1908. 



20,775 
48,120 



52,638 68,895 



40,142 



10,083 
415,282' 



76,932 
622 

12,340 

21,763 



465,5071 111,657 



14,632 



24,845 



534,620 990,343 



126,441 

192 2,040 

174,859, 176,627 

58,766: 52,962 



72,708 126,461 



f 38,499 



Value. 



1909. 



12,787 
40,196; 

52,983! 



45.952 
234 

I 
9, .568; 

3,124' 



1910. 



1911. 



19,6661 23,528 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



15,1301 



.57,157' 62,000 I 
76,823j 85,5281 15,130 



03,375 
5,447, 

21,049J 

3,170 



74,4101 

6, 4151 

I 

18,665' 

1,510 



58,878! 93,041' 101,000 



1,131 



3,4171 



6,456 



589,240 1,816,164 4,214,082 

I 

126,260! 275,661 : 519,692 

703 939, 301 

129,849, 216,746 435,-336 

33,081 41,994 149,149 

82,652 84,930 108,056 



168,142 



91,097 1 



71,120 

1,700 241,685 

6,485 8,714 

125,858 215,071 



47,382 93,500 



135,540 



34,575 
227,246 

20,745 
230,918 



289,192 408,5341 
35,549 01,361 
23,813 27,197 



64,480! 
25,481 
44,645 
46,712 



142,395 
48,116 
25,945 

101,290 



1,596,157 2,864,80^ 



170,988 

45,899 

3, 674 1 

111,286 
48,642 
15,060 

133,599 



57,902 
121,076 

22,062 
123,645 
173,143 
294,835 

77,883 

18,157 

50,847 

67,474 

11,556 

176,008 



5,039 
17,510 

9,234 



13.588 



33,573 J 

57,369; . . 

4,670l. 

221,279 

379,450 

349,875 



Value. 



1908 



1909. 



1,203' 



1,203 



,372 
,372 



1910. 



1911. 



2,446 
2,4461 



1,158 
1,158 



320,708 450,127 



8,844 
31,671 

16,770 



8,396 
21,006 

34,179 



32,204 29,966 



627,409, 892,212 



ll,119j 
27,820; 



9 

10 

11 

,12 

56,54213 



13,666' 



33,525' 25,75914 



51,298 154,425 



16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



125,112i 1 22 

21,646 ! 23 



82,365 
153,927 

18,176 
233,752 



2,051,799 3,724,522i 7,243,350 



147,303 

40,729! 



10- 



175,.553 
48,904 



111,682 
49, -W 



135,798 
100.007 



120,633 
58,969 



90,040 
30,563 



112,407 
446,529 



75,489 

87,8271 



6,172 
68,132 



167,799 95,454 



741,312 713,432 



4,004 
74,729 



24 

5,109 25 
66,142 26 

|27 

81,290j 511,046 28 



911,254 1,724,901 



52 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Celluloid, moulded into sizes for 
handles of knives and forks, not 
bored or otherwise manufac- 
tured ; moulded celluloid balls 
and cylinders coated with tin- 
foil or not, but not finished or 
further manufactured, and cel- 
luloid lamj) shade blanks and 
comb blanks 

Celluloid, xylonite, or xyolite in 
sheets, lumps, blocks, rods or 
bars, not further manufactured 
than moulded or pressed 



ExTEUKi) FOK Consumption. 



1910. 



Quantity. 



Value . 



Dutv 



14,902 



Cement, hydraulic or waterlime. Cwt. 

11 Portland n 

ti N.O.P., and manufac- 
tures of, N.O.P 

Total cement 



588 
490,809 



S cts. 



1,440 30 



1911. 



Quantity. Value. Duty. 



120,002 6,113 77 
29,932; 



S cts 



24.907; 2,462 85 



116,974' 5,848 70 
18,640, 



553 60 00 389 

158, 487 j 47,983 821 1,283,121 

7,678; 1,682 31i ; 



14 



17 



Chr.jnometers and compasses for 

ships 

Church vestments of any material 
Cider, not clarified or refined. . . 

!i clarified or refined 

Clocks, time recorders, clock and 
watch key.s, clock movements 

and clock cases 

Cloth coated or sized for manu- 
facture of sensitized blue or 

black print cloth 

Clothes wringers and parts there- 
of for domestic use 

Cloths, not rubbered or made 
waterproof, whether of wool, 
cotton, union, silk or ramie, 60 
inches or o^er in width and 
weighing not more than Tozs. to 
the square yard, when imported 
exclusively for the manufacture 

of mackintosh clothing 

Clothing and wearing apparel, 

N.O.P. (exports) 

Coal and coke, &c. : — 

Anthracite coal and dust 

Coal, bituminous, round, and 
run of the mine -and coal 

N.O.P.... 

Coal, bituminous slack, such as 
will pass through a | inch 

screen 

Charcoal 

Cinders (exports) 

Coke 

Coke, ground, when imported 
bj' manufacturers of electric 
batteries, for use only in their 
own factories in the manu- 
facture of such batteries 

Total coal, coke, &c 



166,718' 49,726 13|,. 



365 48 63 
494,081; 138,968 56 

6,275 1,354 12 

500,721 140,371 31 



Galls 



.... 6,571 ' 7,G17 

31,004, 5,849 28: 45,241] 7,823 21 

2,914 860, 145 70' 5,266 2,213, 263 30 

1,514 1,011 151 40| 1,141 1,054 114 10 



413,134 129,362 10 



161 



16 10 



501,649 148,374 56 



2,534 



l^o. 



11,594! 31,9401 11,175 13 8,590 25,240 



Tons 



3,152,8511 14,456,315 



5,727,617' 11,532, 341 13,029,295 49, 



3,465,774 
6,354,202 



Tons 



1,289,624 1,538,022 180,547 36 1,393,369 
j 22,757! 4,566 81 



328 10 
8,831 39 



702,0531 1,695,603 



763,114 



15,750,340 

I 
12,723,155;3,366,229 82 



1,874,113 195,071 66 
24,205| 4,236 09 



1,887,493 





3,244 


4,828 


29,245,038 3,214,409 66 




32,264,134 3.565,537 57 



CANADIAN TRADE 



53 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canadii, &e. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos. ) 



1908. 1909. 1910. 1911. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1907. 

(9aios.) 



9461 



28,838 
50,414 

685' 
524,003 

16,209 

540,897 



3,987 

18,974 

483 

868; 



4,339 



96,550' 
24,538' 



6,710 
846,1171 

12,448! 

865,275 



6,613 

28,812 

569 

1,289 



12,529i 14,902 24,tl07 



259,712 361,251 



22,949 



3,148 



9,487,574 
8,123,099 



30,. 524 



86,986. 
17,796; 

466 i 
472,745^ 

5,733; 

478,944: 



6,427 

30,972 

240 1 

695 



120,002 
29,932 



553 

158,487 

7,678' 
166,718 



6,571 

32,517 

860 

866 



116,974 
18,640 

365 
494,081 

6,251 

500,697 



1908. 


1909. 


S 


S 



1910. 



1911. 



6,755 10,389 71,023 



6,755 10,389 71,023 



7,617 

44,126 

ll056 } ^'1'''' ^^'1^^! 27,953 



102,947 



2,718 



102,947| 2,718 



27.445 



27,707 



316,392 414,495 .501,257, 



31,0.57! 



161 

I 

31,932 



2,534 
25,240 



14,199,609 14,034,020 14,456,315 



14,954,404 



12,245,669 



576,7481 1,403,-578 1,340,972 
17,156! 4,802j 3,922 



1,132,680 2,166,036 1,136,624 



15,750,340 



102,3481 173,529 190,624 



.!13 



215,575: 315,246:14 

Il5 



12,976,579|14,240,510 3,433,761 5,000,477 4,650,644 



1,522,07711,968,066. 1 ! |17 

22,7571 24,2051 14,232 38,743 45,402i 4,856, 6,09518 

! __ i 219' .327 969 283 9 39419 

i,'695^663; i,887,493; 224,536| 239,647 372,085i 217,414| 2.5o',981 20 




19, 337, 25 < 



32,728,429 28,761,207 30,673,331 



4,828 
33,875,442 



3,677,748 5.279,194 



5,069,100 5,508,419; 6,517,520 



21 



54 



TRADE AyD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
Xo. IG — IxEiiiZED Statement showing- the Values of Imports 



Entered fok Consumption. 



ARTICLES. 



1910. 



Quantity . Value. Duty 



Cocoanuts, imjjorted from i)lace 
of growth by vessels direct to 

a Canadian jjort Xo. 

Cocoanuts, N.O.P n 

Cocoaniit, desiccated, sweetened 
or not Lbs. 



Total cocoanuts 



13 



14 



18 



Cocoa beans, not roasted, crushed 
or ground Lbs. 

Cocoa paste or liquor and choco- 
late paste or liquor, not sweet- 
ened, in blocks or cakes, and 
cocoa butter 

Cocoa paste or liquor, and cho- 
colate paste or liquor, sweet- 
ened, in blocks or cakes, not less 
than 2 lbs. in weight m 

Cocoa or chocolate, preparations 
of in ix)wdered form i' 

Cocoa or chocolate preparations 
of, N.O.P . 

Cocoa shells and nibs ... ■ 



Total cocoa and preparations of. 



Coffee, green, imported direct . . 

N.O.P 

extract of N.O.P., or sub- 
stitutes therefor of all 

kinds 

roasted or ground, when 
not imported direct 
from country of growth 

and production 

roasted or ground, and all 
imitations thereof and 
substitutes therefor, in- 
cluding acorn nuts, 

N.O.P 

condensed with milk 

Cliic'rry, raw c<r green 

Chicory, kiln-dried, roasted or 
ground 

Total coffee and imita- 
. tions of, and chicory . . 

Coir and coir varn 



Lbs. 



3,0cS8,487l 
208,856j 

242,887 



G0,521 
6,557 

19,015 



S cts, 

9,488 81 
2,082 96 



1911. 



Quantity.] Value. I Duty. 



3,372,089; 
250,142 



S cts. 



62,151' 10,357 25 
10,923| 2,561 42 



7,472 05 301,892 28,488; 9,318 32 



86,093 19,043 82 



2,855,473 
1,125,147 

970,248 

828,432 

742,429 
11,907 



6,533,636 



338,334 

252,256 

169,755 

216,442 

153,148 
400 



1,130,335 



11,357,297 
497,768 



74,295 
327,668 



292,986 

85 
27,894 

342,152 



12,920,145 



553,129 



1,136,843 
57,218 



14,974 
66,029 



31,572 

41 

1,360 

16,000 



1,324,037 



25,543 



Collars and cuffs : — I 
Collars of cotton or linen, xylon- 
ite, xyolite or celluloid Doz. 

Cuffs of It M Pairs. 

Total collars and cuffs 



273,519 
29,648 



3.181,547 



101,562 22,236 90 



382,834' 



31,965 89, 1,409,373 324,649 41,160 (il 



33,812 

39,775 

41,215 
39 



981 

I 

62i 



883,339 

1,030,1961 

I 

1,464,078 

18,010 



147,043' 

281,2251 

299,920 
1,152 



30,748 66 

50,793 25 

75,448 89 
113 81 



146,809 76 



7,986,543 



1,436,823 198,265 22 



[10,469,475 1,222,831' 

5,721 80l 350,917 45,888 4,588 80 



1,712 50l 94,819 

i 

13,147 78 373,661 



5,856 57 

12 30 

616 04 

7,694 67 



34,761 66 



259,476 87,136 32 389,806 
4,702 1,588 81 38,824 



248,801 

278 

38,928 

330,260 



11,907,139 



384,506 



264,178 88,725 13 



19,578 2,164 00 
76,502 15,076 80 



24,806, 4,962 55 

74i 14 80 

1,954; 879 GS 

16,960; 7,558 54 



1,408,5931 35,245 26 



15,98»! 



348,866, 114,190 41 
4,486 1,373 66 



353,352 115,564 07 



CAXADIAX TRADE 



55 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into ami E^iwrts from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Import^;. 



EXPOETS. 



^'alue. 



1907. i 190S. 
(9 rcos.) ; 



47.121 54,536 
1,.553 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



3,202 



6,324 
11,699 



62,433 62,361 62,301 
6,237 6,557 10,923 

13,625 21,558: 26,796 



51,8761 72,559; 82,295 90,470 100,020 





Value. 






1907. 
(9 mos.) 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


S 


•? 


S 


S 


.$ 










- 















240,575 



487,924 341,356 338,334i 382,834 



[265, 
'-Ml,46l'] 



103; 219,554 253,236 320,182 



280,3261 



124,591! 130,402 165,144 147,429 
180,928; 190,158 219,477 278,683 



210,699 170,708 147,714 295,274 
539 632 394 1,150 



762,362 1,269,784 1,058,810, 1,124,299 1,431,552 



564,643 705,461 828,394 1,136,843 1,222,831 
41,600 50,153 56,480 62,319 45,845 



10,291; 18,816 



12,938 15,146 19,096 



33,808 51,234 60,990 66,195 



77,214 



22,396i 24,283| 41,711 32,301 24,146 

3' 45 61 41: 74 

203 2,479| 674 1,360 1,954 

6,508' 9,211 9,893 15,9271 16,817 



679,452 861,682 1,011,141 1,330,132 
8,208 19,524 9,069 25,543 



J- 11,243 



12 



17,017 14,379 34,913, 



41,228 13 



1,407,977 11,243 17,017! 14,379 34,913 41,228 
15,985 



127,774 
3,000 



183,173 162,018 262,610 349,742 
1,464 2,791 4,702' 4,038 



130,774| 184,637 164,809 267,312, 353,780 



17 



18 



56 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 

2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
Xo. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



1 Combs 

2 Communion sets of metal, 
or wood 



glass 



Entered for Consumption. 



1910. 



1911. 



Quantity . 



Value. 



Duty. 



Quantity . 



Cordage and twine and manufac- 
tures of : — 

Binder twine Lbs. 

Binder twine, articles which 
enter into the cost of the 
manufacture of binder twine 
or twine for harvest binders, 
when imported for such use 
exclusively bj' manufacturers 
who manufacture such twine 
only 

Cordage, cotton, of all kinds . . Lbs. 

Cordage and twine of all kinds, 
N.O.P 

Twine, manufactures of, viz : — 
Hammocks and lawn tennis 
nets, sportsmen's fish nets 
and other articles, N.O.P 



22,161,179 



S i 8 cts. 

240,025| 83,121 77 

27,032 



Value. 



218,38.5 
40,795 



Duty. 



S cts. 
69,846 72 



660,305 



2,169,946 



1,772,585 



43,507 
81,290 



17,477 951 

1 
212,723 47,212 67 1 

42,125' 11,913 50 



27,132.488 2,104,111 



20,606 
72, 226 j 



591,850 
2,424,786 



Total cordage and twine 
and manufactures of \ 2,152,230 76,604 12 ... . 



10 



Corsets of all kinds 

Corset clasps, busks, blanks and 
steels, and covered corset wires 
cut to length, tipped or un- 
tipped, reed, rattan and horn, 
covered 

Costumes and scenery, theatrical 



Cotton and manufactures of (exports) . , 

Duck, gray or white, N.O.P., 
weighing over 8 ozs. per 
square yard Yds. 

Embroideries, white and cream 
coloured 

White or bleached cotton fab- 
rics Yds. 

Gray unbleached cotton fabrics « 

Bookbinders' cloth 

Cotton or linen duck, seamless, 
in circular form, of a class or 
kind not made in Canada for 
use in the manufacture of 
hose pipe 

Printed or dyed cotton fab- 
rics, N.O.P Yds. 

Jeans, coutilles and sateens, 
imported by corset and dress 
stay manufacturers, for use 
exclusively for the manufac- 
ture of such articles in their 
factories II 



345,916 



15,575 
2,398 



120,832 35 



5,169 51 
661 60 



282,405! 



15,754 75 
62,377 35 



49,250 13,761 00 



2,528,598| 91,893 10 



922,484 202,559 36,450 96 



1,562,372 



401,852,139,769 13 



13,735 4,489 52 
3,653 989 23 



1,112,389 219,248 62 . . . 



28,187,317; 2,228,923 412,402 14 28,625,511 

7,911,495; 528,739! 89,916 42 7,097,068 

' 81,429 



368,769' 65,168 55 

1,248,-507, 219,356 09 

2,440,787, 457,133 24 
535,201' 99,971 95 
90,344 



62,471,289 



77,826 
5,903,784 



93,612 

1,551,798 05 63,756,847 6,018,487! 1,586,863 :^7 



1,708,697) 185,8761 27,996 93 1,526,414 183,772 26,439 07 



I 



CAXADIAN TRADE 



bl 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and E^fx-rts from Canada, ka. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



1907. 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


(9 mos. ) 










S 


•S 


.§ 


S 


S 


234,863 


300,583 


190,756 


239,528 


218,588 


17,319 23,518 


29,134 


27,032 


40,795 


1,647,780 1,507,810 


1,469,894 


1,772,585 


2,104,111 


268,000 i 31,705 
12.875: 27,661 

1 


12,909 
14,338 


4.S,507 
80,198 


20,606 
70,890 


172,872 


274,197 


189,358 


216,056 


287,639 


26,813 


64,587 


36,239 


42,125 


49,371 


2,12«,340 1,905,960 


1,722,738 


2,154,471 


2,532,617 


102,666 163,132 


228,861 


345,910 


402,063 


2,348; 3,407 
15,146 20,149 


3,. 389 
7,958 


15,575 
2,398 


13,634 
5,327 


1 
90,0991 161,209 


142,322 


202,744 


369,023 


1,075,3,39 1,170,150 


780,359 


1,127,624 


1,261,678 


1,392,897; 2,28.5,3.56 

282,626! 1,037,015 

38,074 58,913 


1,384,047 

187,339 

51,318 


2,244,149 

524,93? 

81,429 


2,447,894 

520,463 

90,344 


58,366 74,443 


73,603 


77,826 


93,612 


3,161,063 


4,758,093 


3,589,401 


5,901,581 


6,037,064 


95,313 


130,709 


127,566 


185,876 


183,772 



Exports. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos. ) 



1908. 



183,410 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



1,158,932' 1,322,122 806, 



r 787,251 



83,166 



183,410| l,158,932j 1,322,122 



806,324 870,417 



429,699 



425,100; 409,881' 371,536 247,804 



11 

12 

13 

14 
15 
16 



I 



119 



58 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
Xo. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Cotton and manufactures of — Con. 

Handkerchiefs 

Batts, batting and sheet wad- 
ding Lbs. 

Bobbinet (white cotton) plain, 
in the web Yds. 

Knitting yarn, hosiery yam 
or other cotton yarn, dj'ed 
or not, N.O.P Lbs. 

Warps 

Seamless bags 

Sheets, bed quilts, pillow cases 
and damask of cotton in the 
piece, including uncoloured 
table cloths or napkins of 
cotton 

Shirts of cotton Doz. 

Sewing thread on spools 

Sewing cotton thread in hanks. Lbs. 

Crochet and knitting cotton. . . h 

All other cotton thread, N.O.P. « 

Clothing, N.O.P 

Blouses and shirt waists 

Cotton bags made by the use 
of the needle, N.O.P 

Belting of all kinds except 
leather or rubber . 

Lace, white and cream coloured 

Lampwicks 

Prunella 

Shawls 

Socks and stockings Doz. pairs. 

Tailors' hollands of cotton and 
towelling in the web Yds. 

Tape, not dyed or coloured . . . 

II dyed or coloured 

Towels 

Undershirts and drawers 

Uncoloured cotton fabrics, 
bleached, viz.: Scrims and 
w i n d o w scrims, cambric 
cloths, muslin apron checks, 
brilliants, cords, piques, 
diapers, lenons, mosquito net- 
tings ; Swiss, jaconet and 
cambric muslins, and plain, 
striped or checked lawTis Yds. 

Velvets, velveteens, and plush 
fabrics, N.O.P ... n 

Cotton yam, No. 40 and finer . . Lbs 

Cotton yarn, polished or glazed, 
when imported bj' manufac- 
turers of shoe laces for the 
manufacture of such goods in 
their own factories m 

Cotton waste, not dyed, &c. . . . m 

Cotton wool or raw cotton n 

Manufactures of cotton or of 
which cotton is component 
material of chief value, N.O.P. . . 
Total cotton and manu- 
factures of 



Enteked for Coxsumption. 



1910. 



Quantity. Value. Duty 



S cts. 
539,560 143,732 36 



1911. 



Quantity. Value. Duty 



279,052 
575,055 

426,271 



20,711 



7,408 22 220,151 



70,039i 10,630 75 389,312 



70,142i 



873,791 
38,038 
80,803 



117,359 23,129 53: 
1,803 406 65 
22,853 4,131 80 



453,875 96.292 60 
337,736 105,385 99 
501,839 10.5,518 11 
.53,364 15 
2,943 89 
6,506 06 
441,955 99 
50,739 51 i 



482,066 



102,330 



529,430 

12,435 

28,564 

1,403,240 

154,407 



77,930 

185,844 

1,140,404 

13,777 



542,815 
2,474,225 



981,939 

2,242,366 
1,658,596 



6,050 



68,083,508 



484,982 

39,708 

105,889 



23,568 58l 

44,018 56 

185,084 23 1 

3,001 96 



4,453 1,393 10 
669,581 246,475 20 



S S cts. 

603,398i 157,726 17 

25,6531 6,310 11 



47,643 



7,475 78 



126,589; 25,709 65 

2361 48 65 

35,365 6,636 35 



620,431 132,385 90 

.509.413 155,158 52 

525,140 110,685 29 

200,094 i 29,228 65 

17,357 4,064 41 

49,9»1 11,. 31 6 44 

1,847,785 571,830 45 

166,056 55,223 68 



1,111 28,031 15 



279,468 

1,077,244 

15,416 



146,103 
41,923 
10,091 

202,847 
59,869 



25,703 06 

8.702 58 

2,763 75 

41,386 50 

19,069 79 



776,930 
2,353,545 



4,728 
944.582 



77,395 14,192 70. 462,835 

t 

478,0131 100,827 65 2,360,387 

649,000 2,003,434 



1,401 
'9,384,861 

412,846 



28,080,654 



6,151 



81,262,163 



134,546 30 



4,240,782 



61,981 14 

167,070 13 

3,398 26 



1,562 06 
302,620 40 



164,357 29,054 08 

45,915 9,886 09 

10,452: 2,790 70 

268,448 55,013 80 

67,245 21,762 52 



38, 794 j 7,439 03 

713,725 157,589 08 
936,316 



1,696 
11,757,16.5 

617,837 



32,876,059 



197,388 95 



4.774,320 31 



*Included under " Fancy good.s " prior to 1908. 



iX 

I 



CAXADIAX TRADE 



59 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canadd, (Src. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



1907. i 
(9mos.) I 

,$ I 

^.14,^'20| 

17,307' 



79,928 

1,149 

11,2SS 



1908. 

S 
5.".G,G99 
35,GG8 
45,G23 



132,021 
4,661 
6,8.30 



192,6961 357,511 

145,510' 307,850 

285,127; 515,937 

334,888; 597,717 

35,9911 24,068 

5,413: 31,880 

589,028, 1,062,7.55 

95, 311 1 119,331 

39,8171 48,831 



78,864 
* 

7,548 

635 

1,148 

235,633 



39,640 
22,570 
88,932 
56,707 



141,944 

1,369,360 

17,687 



1,268 
594,663 

79,489 
66,300 
31,317 
178,341 
74,077 



163,004 238,838 



397,914 
277,356 



525,400 
496,850 



3,725 



5,405 
253 169 
6,63M89, 6,096,487 



157,640 
16,759,704 



1909. 



368,592 
17,789 
74,732 



66.270 

6,370 

11,602 



264,197 

214,788 

310,617 

388,946 

16,882 

20,015 



1910. 



539,041 
29,711 
71,817 



117,394 

1,803 
22,853 



453,995 
337,793 
502,047 
529,430 
12,454 
28,5.34 



877,3751 1,405,069 
87,119 1.56,003 



67,915 

154,398 

937,546 

7,979 



1,183 
416,579 

82,652 

2.5,660 

7,240 

126,328 

71,433 



77,930 

183,918 

1,147,004 

13,763 



82,470 

333,614 
369,492 



4,723 



4,453 
667,207 

145,100 
42,101 
10,092 

203,643 
59,844 



1911. 

S 
605,820 
25,688 
45,750 

126,589 

236 

35,44G 



620,369 

.507,726 
525,136 
290,094 
.17.357 
50,016 
1,8.50,952 
165,010 

88,108 

283,417 

1,082,551 

15,416 



Exports. 



Value. 



1907 
(9 mos.) 



1908. 



4,728 
949,562 

165,180 
45,941 
10,452 

271,214 
67,453 



77,032 

470,371 
649,000! 



1,401 



38,149 

717,870 
936,316 



1,696 



6.615,291 9,384,801,11,757,105 



249,325 243,790 411,516| 620,883 
23,688,34118,609,542'28,103,286!32,926,080 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



36,276 51,290 31,455 



465.97f 



476,390 



441,336 



9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 

15 

16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 

22 
2i'. 
24 
25 

26 



27 

28 
29 



70,957 51,278 



33 



442,493 



299,082 



60 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



ENTEUEiJ FOK CONSL'.MPTION. 



1910. 



1911. 



1 Cotton thread, nitrate of thorium and 
nitrate of cerium, for use in the manu- 
facture of incandescent gas mantels, 
I when imported by manufacturers of 
such mantels or of stockings for such 
materials 

2 1 Crapes, black mourning 

3 Crucibles, clay, sand or plumbago 

4|Curtains and shams when made 

up, trimmed or untrimmed 

5 Curling stones and handles there-/ 
I for \ 

6 Cyclometers and pedometers .... 



No. 



12 



13 



Quantity. Value. Duty. Quantity.; Value. 



18,112] 2.547 631 
43,029 ! 



3,3G2 



706,861' If 8, 956 52! 



1,347 
16,432 
15,807 



Drugs, dyes, chemicals and medicines- 
Acetate of lime (export). 

Drugs, chemicals and medicines 

(exports) 

Dye stuffs, N.E.S. (exports) 

Acids^ 

Acid, boracic Lbs. 

Acetic and pyroligneous, N. 
O.P., not e.xceeding proof 

strength Galls. 

Acetic and pyroligneous, in 
excess of the strength of 

proof " 

Acid, acetic and pyroligneous, 
crude, ot any strength not 

exceeding 30 per cent >i 

Acid, hydro-fluo-silicic. . . . Lbs. 
Acid, phosphate, not medi- 
cinal ti 

Acid, muriatic h 

Acid, nitric » 

Acid, oxalic i 

Acid, sulphuric m 

Acids, mixed, N.O.P " 

Acid, stearic i 

Acid, tannic 

Acid, tartar emetic and gray 

Acids, ali "other", 'N.O.'p '..'.'.'.. " 
Albumen, blood, egg and egg 

yolk 

Alum in bulk, ground or not Lbs. 

ground, but not calcined (a) . 
Alumina, sulphate of, or alum 

cake II 

Ammonia, sulphate of m 

" nitrate of « 

Amyl acetate and acetone 

Aniline dyes, in packages of less 

than 1 lb. in weight Lbs. 

Aniline dyes and coal tar dyes 

in bulk or packages of not 

less than 1 lb « 

Alazarine and ar ti ficial alazarine > • 

Aliiline salt n 

Aniline oil, crude " 

Annatto, liquid or solid 

(a J Includes "Alumina, sulphate of. 



228,705 
1,138 
6,921 



36,816 
433,680 

1,135,871 
122,723 

47,695 
243,238 
914,058 
212,404 
321,082 

28,831 



437,642 



/ 6,323,532 
I 2,677,660 

r 

\ 2,681,806 
363,332 
169.769 



134 70 



3,951 7-'> 



5,270 
18,509 
53,108 

739,100 



3,057! 



19,264 
43,857 



Dutv. 



9 cts. 



2,-528 04 



;204,313 69 
"l0,9<)4'25 



13,277 

787 

5,707 



1,910 
22,622 

41,358 
3,904 
3,482 

14,600 
8,466 
6,876 

23,943 
8,259 



50,951 

17,835 
52,146 
23,480 



157 05 



6,537 38 



477 50 



8,086 45 
306 83 

783 58 



2,285 16 
1,553 03 
4,784 71 



10,333 96 

1,763 55 
5,305 65 



857 



1,682,793 

.39,394 

209,472 

36,721! 

123,2111 

or alum cake' 



18,772 
10,211 
10,328 
11,210 

383 



3,370 80 
71 15 



409,6.58 

8,907 

21,1481 

3.231 

14,024 

under dutiable item 



318,10(5 

i 
I 

69it 

j 
I 

6,381 



1,825 
234, 380 j 

1,175,548; 

74,893 

20,918 

329,599 

2,486,992 

139,560 

260,767 

76,876 



18,311 

564 

5,729 



763 
12,324 

57,502 
2,206 
1,448 

17,604 

21,855 
5,448 

24,472 
9,808 



422,607! 



7,473,721 
2,248,197 



4,003,129 

1,483.158 

638,832 



100 



1,976,513 

75,966 

169,557 

33,613 

85,136 



71,031 

3l,5U 
64,549 
20,432 



28,166 

42,941 

39,744 

7,139 

12 



432,041 

15,415 

16,992 

3,074 

11,878 



104 85 



7,048 21 



182 35 



11,197 09 
187 27 
325,66 



6,217 53 
1,159 45 
4,890 87 



1-_',7'j4 84 

3,117 50 
6,4.54 90 



2,141 70 
2 10 



CANADIAN TRADE 



61 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Export? from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



1907. 1 1908. 
(9 nios.) J 



Value. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



ExroRTS. 



Value . 



1907. I 1908. 
(9 mos.) 



10,047 

27,271 1 



12, 682 1 
40,092 



524,605 770, 956 1 

\ T.-Q,.f 3011 

I 14' '8' I 14,407i 

2,396 3,535 



9,449 
.37,213 

489,700 

8^07 
2,662 



18,301 
43,029 

70.5,374 

1,347 

16,432 

16,565 



5,270 
18,491 
.53,108' 

741,7241 



i9,264i 
44, 496 i 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



1,566,124 
14,952 



8,319 13,544^ 

33 271' 

S,210: 5,967 



3.612 
11 

22,410| 

4,467i 

11.003 

(i,892 

15,6741 



8,244' 

1 

2,679! 
28,494 

3,444 

4,102 

26.905: 

>!,290j 

19, 381 1 

12,582 

2,800l 

4,6671 

451 



262,6711 

4,.593! 

15.020; 

800 

9,9541 



2,712 

6,288 

22,792' 

2,292! 

3,558 
17,614 

7,657; 
21,044! 
27,327 i 

6,067 j 



16,346 



243 



5,377 



1,695 
6,184 

29,495 
1,742 
4,565 

10,206 
3,280 

14,020 

17,416 
4,297 



787 



5,518 



1,994' 
22,622 

41,435' 
4,001 
3,482 

14,600 
8,466; 

33,012 

23,943 
8, 259 1 



18,311 

5641 

5,836 



679 
12, .324 

57,626 

2,206 

7,502 

17,604 

22,005 

28,908 

24,472 

9,808 



2,335,871 
8,606 



2,389,422 
17.485 



174,740 



2,868,879 3,357,514 
9,766 8,192 



43,537 

17,175 
25,053 
15,765 
20, 755 1 

29,378 
2.3,301 

2,487, 

11,. 520 

I 

1,210! 



353,903 

7,485' 
25,923 

1,830 1 
14,164' 



64,434 51,439 



14,206 

17,305 
13,325 

28,783 
10,486' 
14,267 

18,991 
7,283 

I 

4261 



306, 380 1 
4,013! 

24,987' 
2,439; 

13,502' 



16,826 
52,172 
23,480 



18,772 
10,211 
10,328 
11,210 

383 



409,658 
8,907 

21,148 
3,231 

14,024 



71,3961 

31,693! 
64,584! 
20,432 



28,166 

42,941 

39,744 

7,139 

12 



432,041 

1.5,415 

16,992 

3,074 

11,878' 



IC 



11 



12 



13 
14 

15 
16 

17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 

23 
24 

25 
26 

27 

28 
29 
30 

31 



,32 
,33 
,34 
35 
36 



62 



TRADE AND COini ERCE—PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — ^Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Drugs, dyes, chemicals, kc. — Con 

Antiseptic surgical dressings, 
such as absorbent cotton, cot- 
ton wool, lint, lamb's wool, 
tow, jute, gauzes and oakum, 
prepared for use as surgical 
dressings, plain or medicated . 

Antimony, or regulus of, not 
ground, pulverized or other- 
wise manufactured 

Antimony salts 

Argols or argal 

Arsenic, sulphide of 

Arsenious oxide 

Bacteriological jjroducts or ser- 
ums for sub-cutaneous injec- 
tions 

Beans, viz. : — 

Nux- vomica, crude only 

Tonquin, crude only 

Vanilla, crude 

Berries for dying or vised for 
composing dyes 

Bichloi-ide of tin 

Borax, in bulk of not less than 
25 lbs 

Brimstone, crude, or in roU or 
flour, and sulphur, crude, in 
roll or flour 

Bromides crude or production 
of bromi;le (O.C. Nov. (27, '07) 

Bromine 

Burgundy pitch 

Camwood and sumac, and ex- 
tract thereof 

Casein 

Cyanide of potassium, cyanide 
of sodium, cyanogen or com- 
pound of bromine and potas- 
sium for reducing metals in 
mining opei-ations 

Chloralum or chloride of alum- 
inum. 

Chloride of lime, and hypo- 
chlorite of lime in packages 
of not less than 25 lbs 

Cochineal 

Cream of tartar in crystals .... 

Dextrine, dry 

Dragon's blood 

Dj'es, patent, prepared 

Drugs, crude, such as barks, 
beans, flowers, roots, berries, 
balsams, buds, bulbs, fruits, 
insects, grains, gums and gum 
resins, &c., not edible but in a 
crude state and not advanced 
in value by any process of 
manufacture, N.O.P 

Dyeing or tanning arti3les in 
crude state used in dyeing 
or tanning, X.O.P \ 

Logwood and fustic, ground, 
and ground oak bark . 



Lbs. 



E.VTERED FOR CONSUMPTION. 



1910. 



Quantity. 



A^'alue. 



Duty. 



510,709 
52,9531 



$ cts. 



110,723 19,168 39 



34,728 
5,953 



Lbs. 



Lbs. 



301,563, 11.485 
27,066 1,410 



63,712 



3,199 
15,788 



2,420 
44,301 



36,220| 
2,304,255! 



3,947 
84,039i 



42,943,340; 430,632 



1,670; 

73,131' 

'■I 

642, .555 1 



310 
2,763 



Lbs. 



371,344; 

514I 

10,160,238 

. 5,708 

1,454,145 

1,957,154 

723 



16,644 

9,349 2,305 43 



62,410 
25 



Lbs. 



110,145 

2,107 

205,587, • 

63,499 6,479 08 
403 



1911. 



Quantity . 



Value. 



Duty. 



.567,087 
73,121 



S cts 



146,556! 25,511 80 



35,796 
6,438 



257,996 
254,347 



1,784 
12,477 



2.5,966 
2,979,595 

50,562,547 

300 

27 

45,382 

699,841 



8,093 
(),605 



84,848 



2,726 
35,228 



531,350 
2,703 



10,461,607 

3,686 

1,462,180 

1,563,991 

699 



3,321 
108,018 

524,473 

71 
13 

1,840 

16,288 
25,259 



89,356 
616 



109,869 

1,327 

240,430 

52,942 

539 



2,624,370 

109,077! 



104,0J9 

64,541 
1,533 



0,289,938 
96,112 



0,554 01 



5,273 25 



109.575 .. 






149,3431 . . . , 

I 

1,511'... 



CANADIAN TRADE 



63 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



1907. 
(9 inos. ) 



1908. 



Value. 
1909. 



1910. 



1911. . 1907. 
I (9 mos. 



1908. 



EXPOBTS. 

Value. 
1909 



lf/10. 



1911. 



71,652 115,235 75,899 112,933; 144,2lUi 



881 4!),G48 
<)1-Z 10,83(3; 

894: ; 

1161 7,531 
Oni 26,804' 



28,482, 
3,651; 



14,5751 
4,064 



34,728 
5,953 



11,485 
1,410 



35,796 
6,438: 



8.093 
6,60b 



37,151 47,017| 60,483; 63,712! 84,848 
1, 



64 i 

,614 2,311 

,435 37,447 



73, 



2,287i 
29,047 



2.420; 
44, 301 1 

i 



2,726 
35,228 



862 2,617 

820 114,880; 



2,759 
87,383 



3,947j 
84,039: 



3,321 



9 
10 



11 
12 



108,018 13 



277,439: 517,249, 426,569: 430,632 



567 

!i:J 

17, .331 



19,682 
70 



52,113, 

2;o 

159,802j 

i.5i 

1,087 



2941 
471 

13, .335 
6,335 



22,803 

I 

.561 



82,760 

422 

21.3,267 

44,303 
347 



72,936 100,936 



15 

8151 

2 4171 

21,905 
8,080 



33,318 
34 



67,783 

932 

230,264 

42,655 
259 



310 

2,763 

16,644 
10,216 



62,410 
25 



110,145 

2,107 

205,587 

62,838 

403 



524,473 !4 

71 15 

13 10 

1,840 .. ]7 



16,288 
25,2.59 



89,3.56 
616 



18 

37,009 19 



20 
21 



109,869 ... 22 

1,327; . .. 23 

240, 430; 24 

54,726 .. a.-) 

539 -jr, 



96,047 104,049 



17,647 32,.563 40,789 
2,652| 3,611 4,195 



04,541 



109,575 



149,343 29 



1,.533, 1,.511. 



64 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statemext showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Consumption-. 



1910. 



1911. 



Quantity. Value. • [ Dutj^ Quantity. Value. ; Duty 



10 
11 
12; 
13 
14 
15' 



16! 
17 
18 
19 
20 



21 
22 

23 
24i 
25' 



26, 

271 



Drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c. — Con. 
Extract of logwood, fustic, oak 

and oak bark and quebracho. . Lbs, 
Extract of hemlock bark (exports) . . 
Ferment cultures to be used in 

butter making 

Flowers, leaves and roots:— 
Roots, medicinal, viz.: alka- 
net, crude, crushed or 
ground aconite, calumba, 
foliae digitalis, gentian, 
ginseng, jalap, ipecacuan- 
ha, iris, orris root, liquor- 
ice, sarsaparilla, squills, 
taraxacum, rhubarb and 

valerian, unground 

Gelatine and isinglass Lbs. 

Glycerine, X.O.P „ 

,, for explosives u 

Glycerine, crude, when im- 
iwrted by manufacturers for 
use only in their own factor- 
ies in the manufacture of re- 
fined glj'cerine n 

Gums, viz : — 

Amber, Arabic, Australian, 
copal, damar, eleuij', kau- 
rie, mastic, sandai'ic, Sene- 
gal, tragacanth, gedda, 
barberry, pontianac and 
lac, crude, seed, button. 

stick, and shell. . . 

Chicle or Sappato gum, crude u 

Camphor ,. 

Opium, crude , 

Opium, powdered 

Other, X.O.P 

Hemp bleaching compound 
when imported by manu- 
facturers of rope to be used 
in their own factories for the 
manufacture of rope, O.C 

Indigo Lbs. 

11 auxiliary or zinc dust 

Indigo paste and extract of 

Iodine, crude " 

Iron liquor, solution of acetate 
or nitrate of iron for dying 
and calico printing 

Lac, crude, seed, button, stick 
and shell 

Liquid preparations, non-alco- 
holic for disinfecting, dipping 
or spraying, N.O.P ' 

Liquorice, in paste, rolls and 
sticks, not sweetened, X.O.P. Lbs. 

Litmus and all lichens, pre- ; 

pared and not -i j 

Madder and munjeet, or In- 
dian madder, ground or pre- 
pared, and all extracts of 

Magnesia Lbs. I 

italt, extracts of, fluid or not, ! 

including grain molasses 



26,586,819 



S ; S cts. 
r35,786, 



'SIS cts. 
31,514,119| 910,586 





69' 



11,663 
92,886, 23,811 80 
176,068| 28,984 45 

504,625 



2,785,612 

5,729,526 

41,980 

3,576 

371 

24.953 



376,829 

1,860,019 

15,954 

12,306 

1,976 

3,505 



12,580i 

120^40 [ 
12,511 



3,386 



21,113 
24,241 



2,597 



358,764 
916,229 



30.601 

90,831i 21,579 63 
151,6511 24,161 09 



4,260,92i; 685,6731 



95,290 14,094 



2,881 11 

3,576 00 

500 851 

701 47' 



2,898,682 

7,723,185 

28,612 

6,418 

400 

7,191 



390,302 

2,399,802 

11,298 

20,245! 

1,944 

1,382 



1,825 45 

6,418 CO 

540 00 

241 87 



7,616 



1,857 



95,876! 
9,&73 



17,349 
15,081 



2,314 



1,833,407 
36 



29, 977 i 7,060 52 

I 

144,405' 32,486 83 

121 



1,743,765 
290 



162,159; 



753: 

5,685j 1,070 33 1 

43,204' 15,121 75! 



593,649 



44,060 10,620 80 

140,490 31,530 30 

50 



157 

11,459 1,953 20 

58,648: 20,526 80 



CAXADIAX TRADE 



65 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

iuto aad Exports from Canada, A:c. — Continued. 







Imports. 










Exports. 










Value. 


Value. 




1907. 
(9 in.w.) 


1908. 

•S 

536,706 

129 

10,622 

84,006 

138,450 

'309^970 


1909. 

-- 

s 

648,142 

.58 

11,.534 

76,653 

114,830 

' 4.56.'374 


1910. 

•S 
73.5,786 

64 

11,663 

94,713 

205,072 



504,025 


I'.tll. 


1907. 

(9 mos.) 


1908. 

1 

S 
.52,087 


1909. 

S 



7!M37 


1910. 
97,9.50 


ion. 

1 49^012 




•S 
438,719 

39 


910,586 
69 

30,601 

93,765 

173,486 

68.5^673 
14,094 

390,302 

2,399,802 

8,804 

22,205 

1,944 

1,-586 


46,604 


1 

2 

9 


■8.880 




* 






1 

1 


4 


^51.300 













5 


79,631 












ti 


153.778 
76,-594 


1 








■■ 


" 


1 












28<S,337 
1,0.33,463 


372,329 

1,765,'840 

39,630 

35.5,406 

1,062 

2, .328 


296,824 

2,(122,045 

18,206 

149,893 

1,904 

3,432 


376,829 

1,860,019 

15,615 

12,306 

1,976 

3, .505 












9 
10 


&4,470 












n 


270,096 
523 












12 
13 


2,975 












M 


6,204 
4.316 












15 


1,177 


1,873 


3,386 


1,857 












16 


1,487 












17 
18 


11,269 


19,514 
21,091 

3,806 


10,853 
2.5,751 

2,172 


21,113 
24,241 

2,597 


17,349 
15 081 

2,314 












22.521 












19 


2,819 












''O 


66 












21 


120,948 
10 

2 


14,344 
176,019 

48 


22,647 

137,170 

- 

29 

244 
9,684 

36,445 


;W,201 

150,867 

12 

753i 
5,685 

44, .32^' 


44,0:?3 

12t»,226 

50 

157 
10,959 

.59,008 





1 


i 


1 




22 
23 
24 

2") 


9,469 


8,3(X> 
22,804 


''6 


12,150 


' 








27 



66 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 

2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Vahies of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Consumption. 



1910. 



1911, 



Quantity . 



Drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c. — Con. 

Manganese, oxide of Lbs. 

Morphine Oza. 

Musk, in pods or in grain m 

Nut galls and extracts thereof. Lbs. 
Ottar or attar of roses and oil 

of roses Ozs. 

Persis, or extract of archill and 

cud-bear Lbs. 

Phosphoru.s « 

Precipitate of copper, crude. . . n 
Medicinal, chemical and phar- 
maceutical preparations, in- 
cluding proprietary prepara- 
tions (all other) 

Medicinal, chemical and phar- 
maceutical preparations, in- 
cluding proprietary prepara- 
tions (dry) 

Medicinal chemical prepara- 
tions, (all othnr) non-alcoholic 

25 per cent, (Fr. T. only.) 

Potassa or potash — 

Potash, chlorate of, not fur- 
ther prepared than gronnd. Lbs 
Potash caustic, in packages 

le.«s than 25 lbs. each » 

Potash caustic, in packages 

of not less than 25 lbs. each n 
Potash, German mineral... . m 
i< bichromate, crude . . m 
u muriate and sul- 
phate IP 

It or potassa, bicarbon- 
ate of II 

M nitr. of,or saltpetre, n 
II prussiate of,red and 

yellow.'. .".' II 

Pyroxylin and wood naptha, 
preparations of, for coating 
imitatior leather 

Quassia juice 

Quicksilver Lbs. 

Quinine, salts of Ozs. 

Radium 

Red liquor, a crude acetate of 
aluminium, preparedfrotn py- 
roligneous acid for dyeing 
and calico printing 

Saffron and safflower and ex- 
tracts of, and saflrron cake. . Lbs. 

Safety Bate, and tannin preser- 
ver when imported by tan- 
ners for use exclusively in 
their own tanneries in tan- 
ning leather, O.C., March 1, 
1899. .. 

Sal ammoniac Lbs. 

Salts, glauber « 

Soda, bicarbonate of. n 

II ash or barilla 

II bichromate of m 

II caustic, in packages less 
than 25 lbs. each n 



810,529 

1,590 

144 

11,976 



Value. 



13,048 
2,902 
1,934 
1,803 



4,799 

12,985 

2,515 



465,391 
19,126 

255,068 



485,596 

3,800,782 

320 
1,464,785 

213,686 



283,980 
119,937 



Duty. 



S cts. 
'436'i5 



Quantity . Value. 



592 

3,896 

327 



148,357 

607,506 

4,955 

32,442 

1,241 

13,965 



34,465 

79,918 

29 
67,054 

18,390 



1,651 



1,471,462 

1,250 

127 

6,344 



4,401 
7,143 
4,322 



18,347 

2,377 

1,797 

838 



74,801 52 



144,360 42 
1,2.38 75 



189 25 



619,112 
35,736 

427,712 
"434^485 
4,580,33" 



5 80 970 

. ... 2,313,639 



547 

2,192 

525 



115,079 

760,910 

45,829 

36,908 

1,827 

23,338 



Duty. 



$ cts. 



391 56 



57,539 50 



177,988 30 



11,457 25 



60,996 



333 

146,914 

18,986 

116 



59 
l,0f)2 



667,294 

547,369 

5,609,748 

32,007,448] 

800,3131 

99,180 



29,250, 

2,21!t! 

.52,7471 

263.656! 

28,156 

6,4951 



402 95 
8,.533 73 



128,980 
119,590 



266 



30,020 

87,553 

206 
95,389 

5,580 



9,328 

16 

74,956 

18,549 

4,819 



123 

858 



812 901 



76.3,875 
1,233,705 

.5,819,48'.( 

36,752,.55;< 

4i;.3,214 

99,495 



35,113 

."',897 

58,759 

318,335 

27,3iil 

5,100 



271 50 





31 63 


932 80 







975 71 
9,233 41 



736 25 



CANADIAN TRADE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



67 



Imports. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos. } 



11,087 
1,960 
2,116 
1,218 

5,858 

419 

1,415 
1,067 



69,146 



356, 655 



21,465 



7,749 
.340 

60,685 



760 
60,948 

9,177 



45,662 
21,377 



145 
535 



4S0 
14,663 

333 

.H327 

129,432 

13,748 



1908. 



17,863 
2,952 

2,277 
2,016 



114 

4,426 
1,175 



131,187 



474,064 



1909. 



6,561 

330 

1,921 

1,303 



1910. 



13,048 
2,902 
1,934 
1,803 



305 

3,084; 

300 



592 

3,896 

327 



125,898 149,398 

! 

486,153' 614,197 

I 
I 
I 2,784 



51,177 45,292 32,442 

8591 693 1,241 

14,151 15,404 13,965 



r 31,736 

t 57,.S84 

323 
97,725 

10,835 



375 
76,549 
20,082 



715 
781 



16,002 

44,551 

386: 
96,718' 



34,465 

79,918 

2t 
67,054 



14,076 18, .390 



96 333 
46,217 146,914 
15,856 18,986 
t 116 



646 1 

296: 



592 
1,062 



308 



18, 036 i 

3,0061 

49,1651 

184,340j 

17,089 



17,5151 

1,447! 

48,173 

179,935' 

16,185 



3,361' 3,760 



29,250 

2,219 

52,701 

263,65(i 

28,156 

6,503 



1911. 



18,347 

2,377 

1,797 

838 



547 

2,192 

525 



114,357 

761,453 

42,922 

36,908 

1,813 

23,338 



Exports. 



1907. 
(9 mos. ) 



30,020 

87,553 

68 
fl5,389 

5,580 



9,328 

16 

74,956 

18, .549 

4.819 



1908. 



Value. 



1909. 



1910. 



123 

858 



35.113 

5,h97 
58,750 
318,335 
27,361 

5,100 



1911. 



10 

11 

12 

13. 

14. 
15 

16- 



19- 



20- 



21 
22 
23 
24 
25 



26 

27 



28 
29 
30 

:i 

32 
33 



34 



10-5| 



68 



TRADE AXD COMMEUCK—J'Mrr I 

2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entkeeo fok Consumption. 



1910. 



1911. 



QuantitN'. Value. 



Duty. 



8 

9 

10 

11 

12 
13 
14 

1.^) 



IGI 



Drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c. — Con. 
Soda caustic, in packages not 

less than 25 lbs. each... .Lbs. , 
1. hyposulphite of, for tan- [ 

ning leather •• , 

M nitrate of " i 

,. sal : " 

1. silicate of, in crystal or in 

solution II 

1. nitrite of 

!■ chlorate of " 

M bisulphite of ■• 

,1 peroxide of . " 

.. prussiate and sulphite of. " 
II sulphate of, crude, known 

as salt cake " 

.Sodium, hyjxisulphite I 

,, su'phide of . Lbs. | 

Soda, arseniate, bin-arseniate ' 

and stannate of " 

Spirits and strong waters of any 
kind, mixed with any ingre- 
dient or ingredients, and being 
known or designated as ano- 
dynes, elixirs, essences, ex- 
tracts, ]otion=, tinctures or 
medicines, or ethereal and 
spirituous fruit essences, N. 

O.P tialls. 

Medicinal or medicated wines 
containing not more tlian 40 

per cent of proof spirit 

Sulphate of iron (copperas) .... Lbs. 
Sulphate of copper (blue vitriol) m 
Sulphuric ether, chloroform and 
solutions of peroxides of hy- 

drogeji. .» II 

Tartaric acid crystal. ^< 

Terra jaix)nica,gambier or cutch i. 

Thorium nitrate 

Turmeric Lbs. 

Vaseline and all similar prepar- 
ations of petroleum, for toilet, 

medicinal or other purposes 

Verdigris or sub-acetate of co|i- 

per, dry . . . Lbs. 

Zinc, salts of " 

.. dust 

M sulphate and cldoride of . . 
All other drugs, dyes and chem- 
icals, &c., not otherwise pro- 
vided for 



ll,586,211i 
r 5,7G4l 
I 30,000 
32,602,560 
ll,48.j,030 

4,018,194 

5,338 

89,773 

!I13,011 

14,500 

432,908 

I 

3,751,307 

' 1,041,(;68 

18, (»3 



6,747 

768,925 

1.89.3,995 



188,211 '■■ 
224,113; 

2,230,828] 



61,323 



30 



31i 



Total drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c. 

Carthenware and chinaware. (See 
bricks and tiles) — . 

Baths, tubs and wa»}).stands of 
earthenware, stone, cement 
or clay, or other material, 
N.O.P 

Brown or coloured earthenware 
and stoneware, and Rocking- 
ham ware 



226,340 . 
1,421 
903 . 

682,816! . 
106,2541 . 

35,499 
326 

5,741; 

10,465 
4,755' 
7,616 

16,680 

3,455 

14,180 

835 



.$ cts. 



Quantity. 



^^alue . 



Duty. 



S cts. 



142 10 



13,828.366, 260,010 



629 58 



4,482 34.752 21,218 70 



637,296 

43,342,287 

9,602,744 

6,975,572j 

14, 103 i 

543,204' 

770,854: 

17,251 

350,724 

17,283,191 



1,055,088 
31,5981 



7,393 . . 
701,6891 . , 
69,394 . 

47,0.54| . 

824 . 

31,008 . 

8,767 . 

5,851 . 

0,116|. 

94,8511. 

2,519 

14,248 . 

I 

790 



437 80 



5,442 



14,298 7,149 00 

5.182 

78,177 



10,132 20.750 

1,131.678 7,6351 

1,698,1.%4 i;.3.318 



43.346 26.064 ('.<• 
10,375 IK) 



28.484 6,874 43 107,365 27.635- 6,442 2:i 

44,299 274.027 49,779 

92,756 3,770,346 143,622! 

4,639 1.105 Oil I I 

3,5;^). 50,8371 . 2,799' 



18,112 4,584 16! 



21,934; 6,0s'. <!*• 



1,876 


319 


125' 


26 


64,508 
154.624 


.3.412 

4.118 


77.6141 
277,499 


4,129 

7,940 



7.')1,087 141,861 50i 



922.773 l.-.4,911 1." 



10,095,075 604,313 76 



12,178,260; 676,434 83 



39,035 10,996 60 j .54,406 15,052 90 



'■' Included inider item 8, i«ge 40, subsequent to 1!K)7 



CAXADIAX TRADE 



69 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



J Jl PORTS. 


EXPOKTS. 






V^alno . 


Value. 




1907. 

(!> mos.) 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 

$ 

226,34(t 

1,42] 

903 

682,816 

106,25.4 

35,499 

326 

.5,741 

10,465 
4,755 
7,616 

16,680 
3,4.55 
14,180 

835 

35,836 

14, .519 

.5,182 

78,177 

28,761 

44,299 

92,7.56 

4,770 

3,530 

18,112 
319 

"3J42 

4,118 

745,(577 
10,163,357 

38,992 


1911. 

■S 

260,010 

7^393 

791,689 
(59,394 

47,054 
824 

34,008 
8,767 
5,851 
9,116 

94 851 


1907. 

(9 mos.) 


1908. 


19C9. 1910. 1911. 




172,342 


189,976 


S 
207,087 


■S 
\ 


§ 


S 


•S ' * 


1 

9 


417 8G4 


'608,608 
107,054 

30,263 
1,998 
1 7,316 
1 1.3,8Gt) 
( 3,097 
\ 7,138 

7,452 

3,821 

( 17,339 

i 1,029 

14,964 

14,130 

1,664 

146,028 

25,i>24 

37,877 
.5(5,007 

2,883 

14,028 

24 

1^898 

8,315 

663,475 
9,424,018 

22,688 


625^ 433 

92,860 

22,920 
396 

75,1.5--t 

11,853 

3,941 

S,611 

1,.505 
3,403 

23,875 

437 

17,010 

11,489 

6, .579 

93,087 

26,240 
40,009 

48,672 
4,471 

2.428 

1.5,274 

189 

i,i.55 

2,414 

612,465 
9,135,222 

28,040 


J 








3 


(;3,072 
17 111 










4 


- 






.5 


32.'; 










6 


1 - ." 










7 


!' -.<.88 











8 
9 


J 3,374 


. 






10 


942 


1 






11 


2, .303 


2,519 
14,218 

790 

41,800 

23,857 

7,635 

63,318 

27,905 
49 779 


( 






12 


- y,774 

15,847 

3,38fi 
2,061 








13 









14 






i 
1 


15 

16 
17 


118 8ii0 








18 

19 
20 


2.3, 43U 
24,253 








53 59'> 


14.3,622 
436 

2.799 

21,!t48 

26 

4^129 

7,940 

926,150 
12,222,801 

56,016 






4,352 




1 


??, 


1,738 

ll,i;47 

277 

3,708 


1 




23 

?4 






25 
26 
27 








28 


515,599 










2<» 
30 










(5,409,282 


1,627,680 


2,396,564 


2,486,344 


2,976,595' 3,626,467 


* (VT 772 


i 






9,625 








31 



70 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered fok Consumption. 



1910. 



1911. 



Quantity. Value. [ Duty. '. Quantity. i Value. . Duty. 



Earthenware and chinaware— Co?!. 

C.C or cream coloured ware 

Decorated, printed or sponged 
and all earthenware N.O.P 

Demijohns, churns or crocks . . . 

Tableware of china, porcelain, 
white granite or iron stone- 
ware. 

China and porcelain ware, N.O.P. 

Tiles or blocks of earthenware 
or stone prepared for mosaic ■. 
flooring 

Earthenware tiles, N.O. I' 

Manufactures of earthenware, 
N.O.P 



225,889 
7,513 



S cts. 

55,154 70 

2,207 30 



l,268,9.-9 2o7,fi06 G6 
93,759, 26,603 60 



Total earthenware and china 1,859,302 417,489 31 



I 

I 

65,159: 

84,883 



18,224 40 
25.513 55 



74,0S5i 21,182 50 



S c. S cts. 

191 ,.510 46,897 30 

I 
7,237i 2,008 90 



1,640,035 314,491 59 
94,575 24,315 20 



93,884; 25,8r)3 60 
136,485 39,-598 75 

180,284i 48,610 20 



2,398,416 516,828 44 



M. 



Earths, crude, only 

Elastic, round or flat, including 

garter elastic 

Electric apparatus : — 

Electric light carbons and car- 
bon points of all kinds, 
N.O.P 

Cai'bons over six inches in cir- 
•Qumf erence. . . 

Electric apparatus, N.O.P. in- 
sulators of all kinds, &c., 
electric and galvanic batter- 
ies, telephone and telegraph 
instruments 

Electric motors, generators, 

dynamos and sockets 

Fuse heads of metal foil or card board, 
when imported by manufacturers 
of electric fuses, for use in their 
own factories in the manufacture of 
such fuses 

Incandescent lamp bulbs and 
glass tubing for use in the 
manufacture of incandescent 
lamps and mantle stocking 
for gas light 



1,299| 

196,154; 54,098 55 



3,848 
992,463 



44,563j 17,266 37 
162,462' 



2,915,625 



753,360 92 



5,362 
1,116,626 



492.507 131,487 38; 



Total electric apparatus. 



17 j Embroideries, N.O.P 

18 j Emery in bulk, crushed or ground 

19 Emery and carborundum wheels 

and manufactures of emery or 

I carborundum. 

Fancy goods, viz. 



20 



22 



24 



Alabaster, spar, amber, terra 
cotta or composition orna- 
ments 

Bead ornaments 

Statues and statuettes of any 
material 

Boxes, fancy, ornamental oases 
and writing desks, &c 

Bi-aids, cords, fringes, tassels, 
N.O.P 



73,381 



3,688,538 



,368 05 



909,482 72 



109,466| 37,467 00 
28,482| 

73,537i 18,389 87 



17,8.57 5,347 45 
17,730 .5,339 34 



46,566 
199,616 



14,229 711 
67,740 24' 



523,460 190,050 52! 



9,397 

168,841 46,880 26 

61,421 21,222 56 

1 

196,644 

I 

I 

I 

4,217,581 11,116,177 33 

558,387 150,535 73 



995' 



94,649 9,456 25 



5,129,6771,297,39187 



132,177 
42,188 



95,892 



40,550 72 
23,948 50 



40,715 
37,826 



11,841 77 
10,747 76 



67,7761 19,477 77 



290,521 
592,482 



91,243 47 
198,886 89 



'Included under "Glass and nifrs. of." prior to 1908. 



CANADIA^^ TRADE 



71 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Impokts. 
Value. 



Exports. 



Vail 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



r 26,2481 

y 155.442 
9,342 



874,873, 
13.5,361 



I 66,802 

82,636. 
1,423, lOli 



105,765 
30,693 



190 -!. 



i. 



238,317 

It;, 4.^6 



1,565,806 
112,227 



r 45,759 
I 116,480 

84,.594 

2,202,327 

— 7S| 

162,716! 



1909. 



200,196 

10,.o27 



1910. 



223,768 
7,513 



1,209,204! 1,259,635 
88,415 89,540 



43,3S9 
80,022, 



65,159 
84,883 



67,153! 74,033 
1,726,946 1,843,523 



1,715 
136,241 



46,874 45,517 



1,299 
196,235 

44,447 



74,S«)2! 128,465 55,080 162,462 

i ! ! 

I 

2,018,602| 2,34.3,794 l,643,696i 2,919,709 

467.238' 588,49li 333,503 490,967 



60,123 50,445 



2,591,-525; 3,167,747 2,128,241 



87,350 
20.498: 



110,762 
26,1.59 



78,137 
2.5,931 



1911. 

S ' 

19.3,064 

7,235 



1,638,537 
95,033 



98,616 
138.463 

178,699 

2,405,693 

9,397 

168,852' 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



4,203, 



6,245i 



15,411; 10,543 



61,4D5h 



196.644 



4,230,122 I 

t 

.583, .548 I 



995 



41,080 58,191 47,498 



2,530! 

59,2£4| 



4,674 
18,459 



5,946 
11,935 



J I t 48,240i 48,937 

128,483! 186,777| 155,052 
:J33,430 448,262 404,959 



73,381 
3,690,966 

109,821 

28,482 

73,810 



17,857 
17,7371 



97,756 J 
5,170,520 73,4571 



133,880 
42,188' 



9.5,400| 



40,6791 
38,112| 



47,525i 67,474j 

199,223! 290,3141 

i 

.527,162 595,721 



4,203i 



6,245 



1.5,411 



10,543 



73,4.571 98,125' 82,614 80,331 



98,125 82,614 



132,411 



80,331 132,411 



11 



12 



15 



16 



72 



TRADE A\D COMMERCE—PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



EXTEKEi) FOR COXSLJIPTIOX. 



ARTICLES. 




imo. 






1911. 


, 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantit}'. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Fancy goods — Con. 

Casket, gimps and fringes, 
embroidered or euibossed 




S 


•S cts. 




.•? 


•^ Ctf^. 



10 



11 



12 
13 



24 



chiflFon, imported by manu- 
facturers of burial caskets or 
burial robes for such manu- 
facture 

Cases for jewellery, watches, 
silverware, plated ware and 
cutlery 

Fancy manufactures of bone, 
shell, horn and ivory, N.E.S. . . . 

Fans -. 

Flowers, urtificial 

Feathers, fruits, grains, and 
lea%es, artificial, suitable for 
ornamenting hate . 

Feathers, fancy, undressed 

Feathers, fancy. X.O.P., and 
manufactures of feathers, X, O. P. 

Feathers, ostrich and vulture, 
dressed 

I\ory or bone dice, draughts, 
chessmen, &c 

Lace, N.O.P., lace collars and 
all manufactures of lace; nets 
and nettings of cotton, linen, 
silk or other material. X.O. P. . 

Millinery, N.O.P.. 

Tinsel thread and tinsel wire for 
the manufacture of braids, 
cords, tassels, ribbons or 
trimmings 

Toys and dolls of all kinds 

All other, N.E.S 



L>0,8.S3j 7,950 95 



19,477 tJ..o*22 55 



8,203 2,468 6-3 
494,840 141,463 03 



10,781 


2,543 35 


.575,808 


148,651 36 


21,629 


4,40G 22 


463 


100 47 



968,267! 313, 760 04 



Total fancy goods 

Fashion jilates, tailors', miliiners' 

and mantle-makers' 

Featlierbone in coils 

Feathers, bed and other, X.O.P 

Felt adhesive, for sheathing 

vessels 

Fertilizers, manures, &c. : — 
Fertilizers, compounded or 

manufactured 

Guano and other animal man- 
ures Cwt. 

Manures, vegetable f. 

Bone dust, bone black or 

charred bone and bone ash . . n 
Kainite or German potash 

salts for fertilizers Lbs. 

Phosphate, rock 

Fertilizers, uncompounded or 
unmanufactured, N^.O.P 



1(5,6.52 1,667 90 
497,210 171,632 05 



11,8891 3,350 17 

i 

.592.679 149, 89<'. 40 

I 

115,510 14,167 35 

325,859' 78,100 28 

46,206' 9,f>03 01 

366' 64 07 



1,127,292 332,005 22 



8,797 866 20 
727,3.50 213,609 33 



3,42.5,915 1,077,351 26!.., 



4,004,7511,140,3822+ 



8,528 

8, 

77,459; 

I 

447; 



1 601 
9,843 80 



18,840 

28 5 15 

60,705 12,434 68 

2,171 



24,361 i 



27 



67,201 
1,514,505 



Total fertilizers 

Fireworks, firecrackers and tor- 
pedoes, all kinds 



358,999; 35,496 15 

i 
21,3811 [ 



44,2831 



421,793 41,145 45 
26,444 



103,00fi 

7,2541 
47,447: 

10,406'i 



46,922 
745,847 



65,2381 



5.921 
62.512 



4. .545 



548,493 .35,496 15 



.586.453 41.145 45 



Included under "Gun]X)wder, &c.," subsequent tt) 1907 



CANADIAN TRADE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
iuto and Exports from Canada, kc. — Continued. 



73 







Imports 




1 

Exports. 








Value. 




Value. 




1907. 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


1907. 1908. 


1909. 1910. 


1911. 




(9 inc>s.) 


$ 





.? 





(9 mos. ) 




.V 






•^ 8 


S s 




.%444 






■ ■- 




1 








1 


19,739 


35,917 


19,300 


20,928 


19.477 










•> 


199 


















3 
4 
5 


11,319 
( 306,070 


13,143 
I 541,600 


6.171 
481,750 


8,276 
497,157 


12,109 
592,633 


f 









1 
1 


( 








1 171 


J 

28,985 


15,644 


16,781 


115,653 


I 






(J 


12,503 










7 


32:3,160 


3:?3,394 


417.173 


576,347 


325,864 










8 


20,237 


48,663 


33.662 


21,629 


40,206 










9 


1,039 


950 


166 


463 


366 








10 


1,088,347 
36 


1,022,062 


841,0.50 


970,386 


1,126,756 






11 






4,390 
376,488 


16,652 
498,304 


8.797 
728,291 


j 




13 


323,297 
16,181 


5<>1,245 


I 






..- 


14 
15 




3,292,377 


2,822,623 


3,436,427 

8, .528 

8 

77,459 


4,008,452 

18,840 

28 

60,700 












2,649,469 






- 












3,842 


4,715 

33 

33,661 


5,353 
18^509 













16 


174 






17 


14,935 













18 


162 


725 

^ — 

266,300 


815 
34.5,015 


447 
358,999 


2,171 
421,793 


1,184 


3,605 


481 


4.117 


661 


19 


145,831 


200,013 


262,613 


360, .532 


371,626 


458,467 


20 


14,1.38 


9,471 

577 


11.906 
139 


21,381 


26,444 


] 






''I 










22 


35.448 


70,655 


111,543 


103,006 


65,238 











23 


5,647 


8,624 
27,955 


7.993 
\ 36; 465 


7,254 
47,447 


5,921 
62,512 










''f 


30,950 


30 




1.5,735 




25 


25,044 


19,589 
- 
403,171 


; 16,599 
; 529,660 


10,406 
548,493 


4,545 
586,4.53 










•'6 










458.467 




257,058 


200,013 


262,643 


3(50,532 


387,361 




29,127 


» 


1 

i 











27 





























74 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing- the Values of Import- 



ARTICLES. 



Fisheries, articles for the use of, 
viz: — 

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 exclusively for the 
fisheries, and not including 
lines or nets commonly used 
for sportsmen's purposes 

Fish hooks for deep-sea or lake 
fishing, not smaller in size 
than No. 2'0, not including 
hooks commonly used for 
sportsmen's purposes 

Trawls, trawling spoons, fl.y 
hooks, sinkers, swivels, and 
sportsmen's fishing bait, and 

fish-hooks. N.O.P 

Total fisheries, articles for 

the use of 

Fish :— 

Ambergris 

Cod, haddock, ling and pollock — 
Fresh Lbs. 



Entered for Consumption. 



1910. 



1911. 



Quantity.! Value. t>uty. j Quantity. Value. Duty 



Dry salted or smoked Cwt. 

Dry salted Lbs. 

Wet salted „ 

Cwt. 

Smoked Lbs. 

Pickled ,. 

Cwt. 

Tongues and sounds (e.xiwrts). . . . 
Halibut, fresh Lbs. 



S cts 



900,125] 



20,310 



45,4241 13,208 15' 



1,099,481 



19.176 



52,692 



965,859 



693,440 
*69,949 
*129,662! 
367, 124 1 



197 

27,217 

3,930 

496,826 

21,312 



13,208 15, 



1,171,349 



pickled 
Herrings, fresh . 



or salted 



pickled . : m 

•1 or salted ,< 

canned (exports) 

smoked Lbs 



Mackerel, fresh 



canned (exports) 

pickled Lbs. 



Sea-fish, other, fresh 



t' pickled .... 
preserved, N.O.P. 



Oysters, fresh, in shell Brls. 

M shelled, in bulk Galls. 

* From Newfoundland. + Not in 



*1,512 
5,150 



3,380 
407 



6,934 40' 



3,671 24; 



275,717 
^'136,233 
*91,384 
418,704 



51 50 



*1,555' 



4,427 



*69,614 
fl, 152, 198 



3,957 
53,774 



11,521 68 



*1,695 

750 

1,550 

*1,178 



*117,096 

tl,524,900 

§45 



"1,334,481 

t2,150 

"8,245,678 

1,281,890 



95 

13,6><3 

5,972 

440,808 

25,224 



$ cts. 



14,913 97 



14,913 97 



2,757 17 
4^187 04 



4,68i; 
65] 
41. 

5,359| 



7 50 
15 50 



7,521 ; 

76,4311 

10 



r98 



5,535 



2,755 



t43,711 

*42,134 

§4,539 

*112,760 

5,055 



19,778 

101 

110,152 

53,252 



41 
539 



I *2,120,18ol 

21 50' t2,571 

: *6,754,952 

5,585 911 2,016,312 



31,030 

152 

75,271: 

90,534 



3 99 



5,334 
"1,330 

49 611 2,388 



244 



25 05 



4,283, 
1,163 

609 
6,372 

460: 



419 29 



45 391 



94 77 



4,152 
226, 104 j 
b irrels. 



25,058; 

284,282' 

§ In barrels 



6,264 50 
22,610 40 



24,775 
*57,200 

1-5,727 
*107,092 

§1,534 
*196,010 

23,580 



4,443 
237,148 



428 
39 

228 



15,249 00 
45 



15 33 

9^ 048 'so 

4092 

1636 



2,130 
1,144 
297 
2,786 
83 
5,276 
1,899 



227 75 
"57'27 

"i5'34 
'375 16 



25,173 6,293 25 
295,3071 23,714 80 



CAXADIAX TRADE 



75 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c.— Continued. 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Value. 



Value. 



1907. 1908. 

(9mos.) 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. I 1907. 
j (9 raos. 



510,304 1,030,465 848,239 900,125; 1,099,481 



1908. 



1909. 1910. 



1911. 



19,015 21,776; 26,839 



27, 
5-56, 



51, 

*1, 

»616. 

14, 



267 

586 

343 

095 
595 
121 
965 

ie|, 

307! 

68! 

,1821 



42,646- 40,176 
1,094,887' 91.5,254 



421 i 

i 

50,035l 

n,197! 

*747,609l 

57,449 



20,310 19,176; 



45,708! 52,904j 



966,143' 1,171,561; 



36 

36,071 

*2,731 

^620,821 

3.S,888 



197. 



95 



29,885; 13,748 I 

*3,930 *5,972 J 

'^ 196,826 *440,808!lo 

111,400'i 74,634 r' 



ni,906 *5,254 *3,380! *4,681 / 

1,2761 202 407' 65' . 

221 13 1 411 

'21,3781 *6,505 *4,427i *5,359 J 



1,294 

052,774 

36,632 



1,831 

3,695,114 

22,294 



*78' *581i 

1-.?6,.588' t53,167| 



n,102 *3.957 
t45,559 t53,773 



*26,996 
+1,031 

^21,-599 
29.615 



*40,861 1 

+139' 

*16.3,368 

38,641 



*18,667 

+291 

*77,531 

47,512 



113 
3.57 



261 



319 



5,160 
'+:3',686 



140 



§496 
3,3.54 



+4,766 

^2,137 

§679 

*1.407 

822 



839 
440 



^19,778 

+101 

niO,1.52 

51,923 



20 

588 



*7,521 I 

+76,431 i 

§10 \ 

/ 

*31,030 1 

+152' / 

*75,271 I 

91,409 / 

I 

384' I 

*39 / 

4,640 1 

/ 



482' 



1,635 



+1,703; 

*475j 

*7!20.5i 
9301 



+4,283' 

*1,163' 

§609 

*6,372 

1,487 



21,322 
2152.544 



25,780 
2.56.470 



27,^1! 
228,864' 



2.5,058i 
284,347'; 



54,165; I 

*i,i44 r 

+297 ^1 

*2,786 / 

§83 1 

*5,276 I 

1,981' I 

;/ 

25,173' 1 
295,307; / 



615 
13,844' 

61,.528 

4] 

90,907 

4.54,729 

4,494 

80,386 

143,179! 
493; 

445,965; 

3.57,885; 

61,129 

56,782' 

3,449j 



5,939 

3,317,685 

22,125 



11,550 
3,645,467; 

27,174 



16,176 
4,317,425, 



603 

11,086 

108,183 

2,790 

146,899, 

430,8211 

1,847' 

76,278 

I 

83,836| 

i 

4 

352,996 

387,797! 

47,309' 

119,796 

3,832 



37 

24,707 

137,203 

55(> 

123,766: 

785,024; 

2,268! 

79,375 

165,636! 

3,989' 

3.39,717 

121,107 

45,359 

38,285 

1,759 



2,656 
12,716 
87,304' 



170,8531 

824,7451 

7,124i 

72,255 

119,919 

1,720 

307,296 

394,061 

71,227 

47,097 

2,206 



60,540 j^^ 

ill 

736|| 

37,464 14 
139,131 J§ 

17 

18 

142,8791^ 

489,994 ^ 

4,923 23 

46,098 ^ 

89,730 g 

108 28 
AT 29 
30 



166.307 



401,577| 

129,878;|^ 

74,920|g 

1,88833 



76 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 

2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



EXTKRKn FOR COXSC.MPTIOX. 



ARTICI.ES. 



1910. 



Quantity. 



Fish— Con. 
l\ Oystei-s, canned 



cans not 

over one pint Cans. 

M canned, in cans over 
one pint and not over 

one quart 

M canned, in cans ex- 
ceeding one quart .... 
.. ]»repared or preserved, 

X. O.P 

Live tisli and tish eggs for pro- 

Ijagatinfr jmrposes 

.Seed and breeding oysters ini- 
jwrted for the jjurpose of 
Ijeing i)]anted in Canadian 

waters 

Lobsters, fresh Bbls. 



Qts. 
Lbs. 



9 
10 

11 
12 

13' 

14; 

15' 
16 i 

17| 
IS 
19| 

20' 
21' 
22' 
23 

24 
25 1 



26 1 

271 

I 

28 

I 

29' 

30 
31 1 
32: 
33 

i 
34 
35 
36 

i 

37: 



M in cans. . . 
canned. X.O.P 



LI) 



Bait tish, fresli 

M salted Lbs. 

.1 clams or other Bbls. 

Salmon, fresh Lbs. 



■<moked. 



Vail 



Dutv. 



•S IS Cts. 

I 

428,1141 42,8»)3 12,843 i9 

14,Sl(i 7.5!i5 740 SO 

745J ;521 37 25 

40.608^ 3, '.•13 1,172 27 

17<; .. 



5421 



.1 canned, ijre])ared or 
]ireserved X.OP.. . . 

pickled or .salted 

1. oi lake trout (exports! . 

Fish, smoked, or boneless Lbs. 

Anchovies and sardines packed 
in oil or otherwise, in tin boxes 
weighing over 20 ozs and not 
over 3<i oz- Bo.\es 

.. M in tin boxes, 
weighing over 12 oz-s. and not 
over 20 ozs 

M 11 in tin boxes, 

weighing over 8 ozs. and not 

over 12 ozs .-^ 

.. in tin bo.\es, 
weighing 8 ozs. or less 

Anchovies and sardines, im- 
ported in any other form 

Fish, preserved in oil, X.O.P 

Fish, all other, fresli Lbs. , 

Fish, fresh or dried, X.O.P., in ' 

barrels or in half barrels. . . Lbs. 
Fish, all other, pickled n 

Fish, all other, pickled or salt- 
ed in barrels 

Fish, prepared or preserved, 

N.O.P ,. 

*From Xewfonndland fXot in 



27,15w'' 



3,li4('),807 




1911. 



Vahu 



Dutv. 



. . I 5,82*1 

32I 675 168 75 



2351 72 

*125,380' 30,042, 



21 60 



309| 

*2b0J42 



S S cts. 

47,5!t3| 14.817 42 

7,. 551 723 It I 

1,159 144 (X) 

2,748 820 28 

11 »4 



7,901 

3,512 878 <X) 



176, 
49^122! 



49 

«4 



5 42 



871,100| 20,991 8,711 00 

"151,9.52 12,253 

8,503 1.438 85 03 

*250! 13 



*500 

55,867, 

"164,8081 

8.070' 



1,300 

3,289, 558 C7 

13,386 

1,449 80 70 



0411 80 21 00 3.858 280 66 01 

•2,972' 230 '10,244 740 

2,170 158 21 70 30,472 1,063 304 72 

^391,528; 23,170 '475,625 24,422 



•_>.174 233 (il 



0,026] 440; 359 76' 

04,907, 6,910 2,.527 70 

(i4,.577 S,027 2,l!t0 66 



21.5,787 79,988 07 



(;.5,093 

9,378 

77,600 

304,276 

I 

I 

5,044,008 



5,218 .594 58 

782| 541 10 

8,290 3,089 10 

18,917 • 6.470 26 



1228,730 14,466 



4,369 1,437 30 



307,492 

1-62.427 



18,061 
4,834 



2,270 67 1281,801 



288,441 



97.850 65 



3,068 52 
613 80 



450,321] 

+22,762| 



8,699 2,544 30 
20,317 2.7V)9 25 



27,745 4,548 09 
1,965 226 71 



(-.3,753 2,419 636 20 68,470 4,836| 061 20 

876,2401 81,215i 18,465 42, 1,438,849' 138,042 32,479 62. 
barrels or half Viarrels. 



CANADIAN TRADE 



n 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &e. — Continued. 



I.MPOHT: 



Ex POUTS. 



1907. 

(0 nios.) 



4,796 



1908. 



Vail 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



1907. 
(9 ruos. 



V^alue. 



1908 . 



-S S 

22,.569 28,057 



} ) 11,.528! 11,744 9,915 

w'r^T' 55i 2,045 2,100 



23,190 



48,975 
46.3. 



2,316 
631 



5,448 

489 



887 
1,844 



111 

'29,428 

203 



*35 

199' 

%.561 

8,410i 

12 



400 

»39,G28 

2,443 



7,965 

^4,168 

478 

*15 

28.446 

*229 

29C 

'39,547 



2,268 



367 



3,318 

'13,409 

639 



310 
*1,255 

958 
"17,292; 



1,887 

*17,043 

858 

*41 

235 

*2,185 
157 

*1.5,582 



3,427 



2,500 



1,321 



72T* 



45,499 40,497' 



8,362 
321 

5,579j 
170 



.5,829: 
675 



8,170 
1,721 j 
2,636' j 
101 .. 



25 



7.961i . . 
3,512! I 
' J 



163,472 



^176: 



851 

■.30,0(21 

692! 

49 i 

*4| 

20,991 

*12,253 

1,438 

*13 



■*19:i22,/J-^68,927 
1,754' ) 

\i 

*1,.300| 

3,289 1 
*13,386 / 

1,449' I 
ii" 



2,786 
122,441 
156,493 

96 



1!>09. 



1910. 



301 



.f5J } 1,992,011 



111 
*2.30 

158 1,063U 409 031 

23,176 ^'24,422! j ^^^^^^ 

! 17,480 

2,167 6,002 



*23, 



480, 
2,651, 

126 
217, 

2,897, 

.322, 
34, 



650 



129 



1911. 



812, 



527 



463,432 



513 

91 

942 

382 

I 

2561 



2,755,0.34 

63, .540 
208,48(i 

421 



.528,3.53 



529,377 



2,620,656 1 2,762,855 



9,414i 10, 

77,142' 10.5, 

190,6.58 215, 

211 



728 2,468,479 4,368,044, 3,668, 

7a5i 325,063 328,776| 208. 
2141 44,814 21,2281 29, 



4,649 7,430 8,229 



440 
6,181; 



716 



^,912 26 



, ( 6,200 11,642- 8,194 19,539 ' 27 

- 110,436j^ ' ' 

' I I 1.54,888 206.109 227.922 271,897 



3,210| 



28 



• 29 

. 30 



12,474! 4,835 4,139 6,127, 9,425 

tl4,246| 16,6251 t7,830 +14.466 t20,271 j, ^.j _,,,^ ^^,,. ,,_,. ^ ,,,j 3^- , ,„ ._, ].344.(.49g 



'^463' 

2,442 

+773 
M,459 



31,318 19,056 42,042i 28,067| 1 33 

+1,199 +518i +5,140 +1,674|| ,^5^ 3509., 26,413 45,6231 18,8.5o'^^^ 

I , ! '1.3.0 



1,398 870 3,599 2,979j .5,1.37 | ?.ii 

45,970: 49,428 53,406 s;,,320i 139,265 :;? 



78 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Consumption. 



1910. 



Quantity. | Value. 



Fish —Con. 

Packages containing oysters or 
other fish, N O.P 

Other articles, the produce of 
the fisheries, not specially 
provided for 



Total fish . 



Flax, hemp, and jute and manu- 
factures of, viz. : — 

3 Bag« or sacks of hemp, linen or 
jute.. 

4 Carpeting, rugs, matting, and 
mats of hemp or jute. . . . 

5 Carpet linings and stair pads. . . 

6 Canvas, jute, ancoloured 

7 Canvas of hemp or Hax, for 
ship's sails 

Sail twine of flax or hemp to be 
used for boats' and ships' 
sails 

Embroideries and lace of linen, 
white and cream coloured 

10 Fabrics, brown or bleached. . . . 

11 Fabrics of flax, unbleached, N. 
O.P 

12 Fabrics of flax, printed, dyed 
or coloured, N.O.P 

13 Tailors' hoUands of linen and 
towelling in the web 

14 Flax (exports) 

15 Flax fibre and flax tow 

16 Handkerc-hiefs 

17 Hor.se clothing,shap>ed or othar- 
wise manufactured 

18 Hemp, dressed or undressed. . . 

19 Jute butts and jute 

20 Jute cloth, uncoloured, not fur- 
ther finished than cropped, 
bleached, mangled or calen- 
dered 

21 Jute cloth as taken from the 
loom, not coloured, cropped, 
pressed, mangled, calendered 
nor in any way finished 

22 Jute, or hemp yarn, plain, 
dyed or coloured 

23 Linen clothing, N.O.P 

24 Linen blouses and shirt waists. 
:io liinen thread, N.O.P 

26 Shirts of linen 

27 Tapestrj', jute 

28 Towels :•••■:• 

29 Uncoloured damask of linen, in 
the piece, stair linen, diaper, 
doylies, tray cloths, uncol- 
oured table cloths, or napkins 
of linen, quilis, counterpanes, 
pillow casHS of linen 

sol Sheets and sheeting 

* From Newfoundland. 



Yds. 



Lbs. 
Yds.' 



Cwt. 



Cwt. 



Yds. 



Lbs. 



Lbs. 
Dox. 



*4,0fi7 
30,042 



1,665,050 



2,865,418 



15,495 



2,005,366 
4,195,912 

596,685 
3,079,796 



384,896 

54,815 

2,106 

206,852 

9,939 



2,730 

3,6.55 
194,459 

333,876 

59,687 

210,327 



r04 



58,911 
1,677 



25,118,338 

16,587,708 
2,433,681 



Duty. 



1911. 



Quantity. 1 Value. 



Duty. 



7,418 27 



200,346 45 



62,229 70 

10,713 17 
489 68 



496 95 

136 50 

563 .58 
34,490 40 

50,626 59 

15,416 03 

37,058 16 



290,987 i 
639 



5,108 
219,081 

4,250 

336,471 

6,432 



831,443 



676, 949 1 

196,356' 

35,447 

5,629 

191,067 

6,001' 

33.J 

225,505 



861,969 



57,528 82 
1,15S 20 



63,523 38 



'12,4051 

28,660 7,104 00 



1,841,839 239,323 04 



2,701,0»7 



11,509 97 
1,959 85 

33,913 72 

1,925 90 

50 25 

45,873 80 



191,190 60! 



27,874 

1,071,566 
3,149,197 
447,551 
2,620 453 
88i 



81,017 
2,073 



30,684,242 

13,755,187 
2,811,782 



264,861 

63,846 

2,252 

198,455 

8,642 



5,693 

4,177 
132,671 

280,206 

44,642 

189,989 



.337,915 
545 



4,852 
224,290 

3,475 

435.641 

7,663 



950,190 



653,298 

227,424 

21,68»i 

3,721 

215,910 
4,627 
4,620 

203,881 



929,487 



41,469 65 

12,592 94 
547 55 



432 10 



284 65 

709 32 
23,677 60 

43.167 40 

11,503 51 

33,526 39 



,57,856 83 
921 70 



72,487 61 



6,972 49 
1,295 85 

38,719 96 

1,405 87 

693 00 

41,995 70 



203,635 30 



CANADIAN TRADE 



79 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Value. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos. 



8,973 



1908. 



1909. 



15,967 
1,597,172 



*106 
15,128 

1,904,138 



1.59,908 212,669 

44,352, 60,743 

2,628| 4,049 

8,670 19,048 



5,731 

1,493 

173^698 

[ 527,675 



3, .535 
192,793 

2,657 

573,615 

22,683 



712,529 



714,864 

321,230 

10,297 

2.8!>4 

119,087 

12,523 

22 

1.58,259 



9,413 

1,600 

3,590 
258,693 

348, .510 

46,453 

142,346 



2,326 
231,595 

5,414 

702,073 

11,463 



1,113,653 



1,134,995 

299,344 

19,176 

:<47 

172,636 

7,703 

L72i 

189,8.55! 



*116 
15,926! 



1910. 



*4,067 
29,909 



1,626,321 1,804,335 



'I 

43,769| 

2,6921 

82.1391 

8, .509 

727 

2,138 
149,016 

232,032 

34,779 

143,286 



662 
174,493 

5,351 

421,050 

4,045 



146,6.55 

18,376 

1,365 

138,337 
4.620 
1,279 

146, >99! 

I 
I 



r 622,76711 
\ 1,495, J 



1911. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



n2,405 
29,498 



1,932,996 



185,2761 392,308 265,270 



56,096 63,952 
2,106 2,252 

198,455 



206,852 
9,939 

2,730 

3,655 
193,684 

332,467 

60,160 

210,724 



5,108 
220,420 

4,250 

336,471 

6,432 



433,405 852,577 



846,9441 676,949 



196.356 
35,447 

5,740 

191,100 

6,002 

335 

224,758 



797,695! .572,346 862,789 



I 12,988 



10,082,198 



8,642 

5,693 

4,177 
133,571 

280,6941 

44,647 

190,2191 

' '4^8521 
224,171 

3,475 

435,641 

7,663 



923,016 



653,298 

227,424 

21,765 

3,721 

216,211 
4,627 
4,658 

203,352 



932,548] I 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



24,936 20,370 



13,471,671 12,792,243 



73,006 
4,983 



13,717 



163,077! 
9,324 



120,579 
6,577 



4,587 



30,012 



15,301,671 



84,085 
2,333 



28,303 



70,232 
15,084,505 



13 

125,202 14 

13,314 15 

16 



. . 17 
1318 
...19 



20 



80 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ExTEIiEU FOR COXSCMPTIOX. 



AKTICLKS. 



lino. 



1911. 



Flax, hemp and jute and n.anufacture.- 
of — Concluded. 

Yarn, linen, f(ir tl)e manufac- 
ture of towels and damask, 
wlien imported by the manu- 
facturers of such articles for 
use exclusivelj" in the manu- 
facture of such articles in 
their own factories Lbs. 

Yarn, singles, flax, hemp or 
jute, N.E.S 

Other manufactures of hempy 
flax, or of which hemp or flax 
is the component material of 
chief value, N.O.P. 

Manufactures of jute, N.O.P 



Total flax, hemi)aiKl jute, Sic. 



Foundiy facinns of all kinds 



]">uits, dried, including nuts, viz. : — 

6 Dried apples Lbs 

7 Currants 

8 Dates 

9 Figs 

10' Prunes and ]>lums, unpitted. . . 

n; Raisins 

12| Another, X.O.P 

13' Almonds, sLelltd 

14! .. not shelled 

15, Brazil nuts, not shelled . . . 

16: Pecans, not shelled, :ind shelled 

' jieanuts, X.O.P 

17| Walnuts, not shelled 

181 Xuts, other, shelled ... 

19 All other nuts, X.O.P., not 

' .shelled 

Total fruits, dried 



Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 




$ 


S cts. 




1.S8.0S9 


3;i,154 




21-2,201 



Vail 



Duty. 



§ ets. 



37,187 



7!i.70r) 

10.:il8,608 

2,763,210 

4,498,228 

10,145,969 

20,284,643 

.3,984,104 

1,012,708 

1.038,848 

.397,344 



37,1241 11,84.5 (>6 
204,648 .3^823 82 



5,340,312i665,524 73 



17,651i 4,160 05 



39,358 12,210 60 
276,170 43,900 10 



5,4:^8,944' 650,006 12 



24,056 5,705 80 



6.461 
452,458 
115,719 
l()3,720 
348,127 
821,136 
241,133 
229,937 

91,.33(! 

27,061 



1,615 25 

109,186 08! 

17,269 50} 

28,114 37. 

100,810 55; 

202,071 88 i 

60,281 55 1 

34,106 05' 

21,402 81; 

11,920 32 



140,094 

11,000,240, 

.3,543,081 

4,759,673 

9.301,.j61 

21,023,665 

4,641,867 

960,328 

783,988 

367, .351 



11,260, 
551,562 
l.J9,647 
202, 3S4 
4.59,985 



2,815 00 
7.3,334 97 
19,486 99 
26,177 46 
62,010 42 



2.193,943 108,455 .5tj,073 .36 i 3,«i04,707 
1,391,685 118,838. 2f),855 211 1,127,120 
1,878.379 2itl,378; 42,786 85 



5,369,393 



65,9.56,767 



284,191|146,389 .30 



2,0.3.5,934! 
5,312,78 



3,299,9.53' 8()1,883 141 68,602,396 



1,1.39,983 140,156 97 

296,904 74,197 21 

226,950 32,374 94 

.S0,099 15,679 76 

.«,0.53 7,347 02 

191,077 72,061 92 

110,i;« 22.542 411 

445,987 69 821 31 

309,827 1 106. 25i. 53 



4,217,856 724,2.58 90 



Fruit<, green — 

Apples Bbls. 

Bananas . Bunches 

Blackberries, gooseberries rasp- 
lierries and strawberries, 
N.qp 

Cherries 

\ Cranl")erri«'s 

(ira])(s 

I Guavas, mangoes, plantain; 
I and i>omegranates 

Lemtjns and limes 



Lbs. 



Bush. 
Lbs. 



59, 
1,.5^9, 

2,503, 

318, 

40, 

3, .502, 



261; 
1,499, 



210, 
40, 
91, 

221, 



528 



792 23.626 40 
'i95: 



7961 
376 
757 

887 



071 881 
373 60. 
939 25' 
053 78 



l.".<i,9r.l 
1,S4!I,422 



3,272,636 

345,932 

40,022 

3,9.34,255 



959 
149 



487,516 
1,782.420 



3'i.S,223 

44,744 

103,118 

231,308 

- 

1,124; 

Ii67,440 



60.384 40 



(u),452 72 

6,918 64 

2.n,779 50 

78,669 »'5 



28 Oranges a n d 
or grape fruit. 



siiatldocks 



2,1.35,943 2.600.747 



I 



CAXADTAX TRADE 



81 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into ami Exports from Canada, »tc. — Continued. 



Imports. 



^'alu^e. 



1907. IDOS. 

(9 mos. ) 



1909. ! 1910. 



1911. 



Exports 



Value. 



S7,926| 3.3,568 
1.1(53 



16,957i 33,1.">4 o7,lS7 



1?07. 


1908. 


IJK)9. 


1910. 


1911. 


(9 mos. ) 




















S 


•y 


§ 


.*; 


.*( 




















1G.")% 44,2(57 30,424 36,997; 38,705 
1(J6,327, 240,765 1.j7,182- 202,655 284,077; 



4,556,817i 6,114,361; 4,004,753; 5,368,261j 5,423,9(53 91,7061 176,988 127,156 



12,238 18,053; 16,696 17,(551 24,056 



114,721 138,529 



11,477 


1.5,321 


4.28(; 


6.487 


12,6(52 


S95,66.j 


4!m;,S80 


390,316 


459,(504 


544.674 


49,378 


94,468 


111,127 


11.5,258 


161,148 


162.06!! 


18.5,002 


114,886 


167,857 


207,662 


354,105 


1524, 1 59 


327,488 


3.38,011 


4.59.074 


912,625 


9.52,(;7:! 


807,145 


820.829 


1.1.38,969 


146,230 


66,449 


195,5.52 


237,681 


298.751 


137,216 


152,257 


1.50,995 


229,328 


224,088 


80,860 


99.535 


59,855 


90.201 


78,729 


1.5.832 


16,85(J 


23,245 


27,115 


.32,617 



231,550; 482,131 305,426, 543.209 184,722, 6 



9 
10 
11 

5,8001 22,701 7,815i 4.2.50- 19,419 12 

113 

ilo 



43,.305 63,420 75,573 107,595 198,850 . 

202..386 87,234 97,994 117,924 117,(l6(; . 

48.097 168,(i70 234,883 288,289 4.32,666 . 



16 

17 
18 



197.0(59 342,821 262,60i: 286,169; 307,529 
2,756,314 3,065,742 2,855,946! 3,292,618 4,214,485 



6 705 



2,072 



5,768 



244,055! 506,904 319,009 



.5,765 



6,.37lil9 



553,224; 210,'512 



138,r>44 184,228 228,130 264,328 483.362 2,636,8021 4,823,645 2,804,282; 4,418,562 1,757,753 20 
817.C.I59 1.4s:.. 073 1,406,865; 1,499,095 1,782,420 ' '21 



16.123 USl..->4;i 194,817 211,523 318,388 122,219 

6,495 26.703 34.071 40.540 4.5,144 

75,044 S1.0!".i 37,847 91,856 10^5,171 

135.(575 l'.t7,274 192,047- 222,680^ 232,449 



- 1.2.5T.223 



29,722 .556' 321; 959 1,124 
580,305 461,297; 528,149' 667,440 



] !l 



' 1 !t21942 2,013,835' 2,13.5,943; 2.600.747 

ID— 6 



202,9b;2i 191,2(i0 171,566 93,127122 

'■ I 23 

i ; ,24 

|25 



i26 

127 



28 



82 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered kor Consumption. 



1910. 



1911. 



Fruits, green. — Con. 

Peaches Lbs. 

Pine apples No. 

PluTis Bush. 

Quinces, apricots, jx^ars and nec- 
tarines, N.O.P. (quinces only 
prior to 1908) Lbs. 

Wild blueberries, straw^berries 
and raspljerrics 

Another, N.O.P 



10 



13 



14 



17 



Quantity. 



Value. Duty. Quantity. 



S cts. 



4,797,066 155,139' 47,970 66' 8,137,846 



Value. 



Duty. 



3,953,339 
69,529 



4,941,487 



Total fruits, green . 



Fruits, canned or preserved, 
jellies, jams, &c. — 

Fruits in air-tight cans or other 
air-tight packages Lbs. 

Fruit, rind or peel of citrons, 
lemons and oranges, in brine 

Fruits, preserved in brandy or 
preserved in other spirits, aud 
containing not more than 40 
per cent, of )iroof spirits, &c. Galls. 

Fruits, preserved in brandy, &c., 
&c., contfCining more than 40 
per cent, of proof spirits n 

Ginger, preserved Lbs, 

Jellies, jams and preserves, N. 
O.P., and condensed mince 
meat <, 

Total fruits, canned, &c 



Grand total, fruits 

Fuller's earth, in bulk only . . 

Furs and skins aud mfrs. of : — 
Astrachan or Russian liair skins 

and China goat plates or rugs 

wholly or partially dressed 

but not dyed 

Fur skins, wholly or partially 

dressed, N.O.P 

Furs and skins, undressed, the 

produce of marine animals ... . 
Fur skins of all kinds, not 

di-essed in any manner, N.O.P. 

Fur tails in the raw state 

Caps, hats, luvifis, tippets, capes, 

coats, cloaks and other mfrs. 

of furs, N.O.P 



3,205,921 



1,614 



245,570 
3,175,610 



Total furs, etc 



Glass and mfrs. of (exports) 

Bulbs for electric lights 

German looking glass, unsil- 
vered or for silvering.. . . 



252,719 

1.58,756' 20,858 70 



170,.346| 24,707 51 
I 

998 

5,493 1,337 16 



5,734,205 267,940 94 



140,1721 57,916 90 
528 



2,5.55 1,277 50 



3,349,743] 

89,808 



218,564 
253,949 
177,604 



6,418,360 229,950 



1,099 
16,210 



7,134,016 



381,667 67 



5,2Vt6,322 



551 



16,358! 4,721 70| 300,480 



266,401 
771 

1,262 

18 
17,891 



237,4381 72,596 39 



397,051; 136,512 49 



9,431,209 1,266,336 57 



5,611 



91, 
1,031 



533 

876! 154,488 35 



3,946,735 316,793 



603,136 



11,955,008 



5,012 



4,222,925! 



421,741 



88,282 

963,111 

1,161 

3,372,334 



100,683 00 



576,182 



S cts. 
81,378 46 
26,"942 40 

32,091 98 

4, 656' 52 



100,935 77 



631 00 



24 60 
5,013 90 



90,462 79 



197,068 06 



1.302.994 63 



137,037 50 



132,803 70 



5,768,075,255,171 35 



844 



169 93 



5,001,0701269,841 20 



268 



53 15 



Included under " Electric apparatus," page 70, subsequent to 1907. 



CANADIAN TRADE 



83 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exjwrts from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



IXIPOKTS. 



Value. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos. ) 



1908. 



•S 



1909. 



S 



1910. 



1911. 



1907. i 
(9 mos.) ; 



1908. 



1909. 



106,000 179,614 164,484 155,4481 218,7701 
40,5.56 184,938 229,802| 252,719 2.53,949 
89,122 123,991 12.5,738 158,913 177,774 



1910. 



223 150,491 154,609 

509 2,253 1,179 

85,565^ 12,789: 15,055 

2,798,470; 5,312,798! 5,260,097 



137,005| 171,382 128,482 
214 1,871 135 



170,678 
998 



230,401 
1,099' 



4,960: 15,617i 117,085 



5,738,789' 7,131,855; 2,876,106 



138,20o| 270,12o| 290,213 
528! 77l! ■. 



1 r 1.943' 2,604 2,471; 1,097' 

I 31l!J I 

J I 32! 10 18; 

>J,257' 15,5921 8,555 16,276 17,86l! 



139,516 241,255 177,747 
286,303! 432,075' 317,533 



5,841,087 
4,483 



8,810,615 
6,834 



8,433,576 
5,058 



70, 

726, 

1, 

2,933, 



501 j 
580J 1 
637 j 
734 2. 



66,322 

004,973 

2,184 

883,239 



16,276 

237,899 

395, .374 

9,426,811 

5,611 



53,3811 91,533 



646,045 

2,658 

2,674,418 



1,017,703 



4,222,925 



304,951! 



594,818' 290,213 



219,449 



5,246,076 



284,687 



284,68/ 



11,941, 158j 3,410,374 6,037,667 
5,012; 



88,282 

978,382j 131,556 

1,161 162,190 

3,372,334 2,549,382 



60,178 

174,563 

2,548,396 



177,750 



3,173,292 



204,246 



1911. 



236,081^ 239,813i 6 
4,826,209! 2,090,693 



229,509 



223.538 



9 



10 
11 



12 



204,246 229,509 223,538 



3,696,547,! 5,608,9421 2,524,743 



13 



69,077 

114,372 

2,504,878 



jl4 

45,693| 40,68215 
72,202j 245,449jl6 

3,770,0381 4,380,97o!l7 

; 18 



282, 
4,014, 



216 
6681 4, 



435,197 
391,915 



39,364 j 

2,038! 
10- 



294,417 
3,670,919 



5,60O; 1,064 
-61 



422,806 
5,751,967 



117 



.576,426; 24,191i 21,221 



31,495 



5,016,585 



2C8 



2,867,319! 2,804,358 



2,719,822 



11,066 26,990 



26,608 



35,917! 48,03219 
3,923,850 4,715,133, 



26,0861 



29,833;20 
21 



22 



M 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PAIiT I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 




Entereii for Consumptiox. 



1910. 



1911. 



18 



Glass and manufactures of — Con. 

(rlas-i carboys or demijohns, 
bottles, decanters, flasks, jars, 
and phials 

(ilass balls, and cut, pressed or 
moulded crystal glass table- 
ware, blown glass tableware, 
and other cut glass ware 

Glass cut to size for manufac- 
ture of dry plates for photo- 
graphic pur{X)ses when im- 
ported by manufacturers of 
.*\ich dry plates for use ex- 
clusively in the manufacture 
thereof in their own factories 

Lamp chimneys, glass shades 
1 11- globes 

Ornamental, figured and enam- 
elled, coloured glass and me- 
morial or ottier ornamental 
window glass, X.O.P 

Painted or vitrified, chipped, 
ligured, enamelled and ob- 
scured white glass Sq. ft. 

Common and colourless window 
glass. . 

Plain, coloured, opaque, stained 
or tinted or muffled glass in 
sheets ,, 

Glass in sheets and bent i)late 
glass, N.O.P 

Plate glass, not bevelled, in 
sheets or panes, not exceed- 
ing, 7 sq. ft each, N.O.P. . .Sq 

I'late glass, not bevelled, in 
sheets or panes exceeding 7 
sq. ft. each and not exceed- 
ing 2."> sq. ft. each, N.O.P. . . 

Plate glass,not lievellpd,N.O.P. 

Plate glass, bevelled, X.O P.. 

Plate glass, rough rolled 

Silvered glass, bevelled or not, 
framed or not framed 

Stainf'd or ornamental glass 
windows 

Articles of glass, not plate or 
sheet, designed to be cut or 
uiounted, and manufactures 
of glass, X.O.P 



Quantity . Value. Duty 



ft. 



Total glass, &c. 



Glove.- and mitts of all kinds. 



Glue, glue stock and mucilage : — 

<Tlue, powdered or sheet Lbs. 

!■ liquid 

stock (exports) 

Fish offal or refuse 

Mucilage and adhesive paste 

Total glue, glue stock and 
mucilage 



15,749, 

I 
32,228,706 

I 

1,315,865; 



437,864 



§ cts. 
1.39,073 06 



Quantity. Value. Duty 



393,228 127,390 75 



12,159 
105,845 

19,959 

1,142 

738,500 

04,671 
.34,486 



64,268 72; . 



4,005 1] 



]3,570j 2.711 76 

892,5831 97,110 83 

87,2.37; 18,137 83 

61,800 13,772 02 

1,337,128 194,951 1 17,762 62 1,921,054 250,20l! 22,480 Sf) 



221 61 169,325 
85,610 69 38,568,729 

18,899 65; 1,056,371 

I 
7,294 46 



S § cts. 

430,350 1.31,380 23 

436,8661 139,156 04 



8,5281 

282,277 91,578 72 



59,668 



11,114 59 



855,.546 178,445 35,582 06 924,984 183,006' 36,('70 31 

1,044,264 267,575 68,843 88 1,233,847 318,359; 83,255 28 

27,851 5,350 1,444 74 35,235 6.632* 2,226 97 



71,099 



24,643 83: 



17,121] 4,122 10 



268,8651 60,031 23 



2,932,1041 359,364 44 



1,916,3471604,714 09 



2,609,154. 190,818' 45,954 77| 2,.w2,145 
I 19,541j 4,952 98 1 



379 
33,106 8,853 92 



243,874 59,761 67 



100,599j .S^OSl 24 
13,564; 3,400 70 

314,:)80 GS,3U3 82 



3,460,088 



2,098,745 



192,679 

37,786 



2,081 
30,551 



263,097 



7.52,4,36 84 



621,251 87 



43,313 12 
9,827 43 



7,916 64 
61,057 19 



LAX AD I AX TRADE 



85 



vSESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into ami Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



I.MPOH15. 



Value. 



EXPORTO . 
' Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos. ) 



S 
279,170 

284,188 



0,118 
108,445 

2!),621 

»J,9*12 
(K>6,159 

17,885 
25,923: 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 1907. 1908. 

i (9 mo.s. ) I 



590,088 4(;G,(;14' 



s 

428,223 



1909. 1910. 1911. 

i 



391,873 307,182 393,145 



434,0981 



4.iS,287 



9,403 
1.58,154 



12,870 
144,643 



10,325 25,287 



12,033 
785,933 

04,250 
82,320 



.%641 
562,658 

50,308 
.30,223 



123,120 14.5,547 106,207 



109,2111 135,131 120,181 

182,043; 210,620 163,164 

161 S,331 2, .352 

21,0<34 



71,090 107,799 54,416 



1,905 



18,858 15,649 



12,159 
rj4,153 

19,959 

l,142i 
738,508! 

94,671 
34,486 

194,951 



178,445 

267,569 

5,350 



8,528 

282,3.53 8,026i 7,697 



59,668 

13,570 
892,69(> 

87,2821 
61,800j 

246,979' 



71,296 
17.121 



183,322 

320,33<); 

6,632 



100,264 
13,.564J 



152,356 239,219 209,207| 206,834' 315,167 1 

2,116,773 2,987,556 2,281,666 2.918,129 3,464,814 19,092> 34,6»7 



1,229,153 2,002,823 



1,336,293 1,924,754 



2,098,250 



1.58,931 174,258' 148,077! 183,753' 193,829 
10,510 19,777i 30,3551 18,900 40,810 



302 2,187j 1,169 

15,309 22,2121 25,426 

185,052 218,434! 205,027 



379 
33,202 



2,081 
30,717 



230,240 267,437: 8,047 53,632 



13,612 12,694] 21,001; 4 



II 
12 
13 
14 

115 

16 



.117 



40,220 38,780: 51,434! 























... 
8,047 


53,632 


7,239 


" ' 9^772 


'4^500 









18 



.119 
20 
21 
22 
23 



7,239 9,772! 4,500 



86 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Grasses and fibres and n/anufac 

tnr«-sof N.E.B. : — 

Grass, sea, sea weed and kelp 
in their natural state or clean- 
ed only, N.O.P. 

Espai'to, or Spanish grass and 
other grasses and pulp of, in- 
cluding fancy grasses dried 
but not coloured or otherwise 
manufactured, N.O.P 

Grass, Manilla 

Fibre, kartavert, indurated 
fibre, vulcanized fibre and 
like material, and manufac- 
tures of, N.O.P 

Fibre, Me.xican, istle or tam- 
p'.co 

Fibre, vegetable, N.O.P 

Fibrilla 

Moss, Iceland and other mosses 

Palm leaf, unmanufactured 

Straw 

I. manufactures of, N.O.P 



Cwt. 



Cwt. 



Lbs. 
Tons 



Entered for Consumption. 



1910. 



1911. 



Quantity. Value 



425 



123 
268,925 



2,588 
9,G75 



622,938 
89 



Total grasses, fibres, &c 

12 Grease, axle Lbs. 

13 II Foots, being the refuse 
of cotton seed or olives after 
the oil has been pressed out., m 

14 Grease and degras for stuffing or 
dressing lep.ther 

15 Gre-ase, rough, the refuse of ani- 
mal fat, for the manufacture of 
soap and oils only m 



1,675 



923 

1,548,457 



57,090 

24,747 
59,494 



Duty. 



$ cts. 



Quantity. Value 



578 



125 
272,638 



14,270 45! 



35,808 

2,4171 

1,880 178 00 
10,708l 2,290 35 



1,855 
12,632 



1,743,199: 16,738 80 



2,840,169 140,684' 28,139 52 



Total grease, &c . 



Gunix)wder and other explosives 

(exports) 

Fii'eworks, firecrackers and tor- 
pedoes, all kinds , 

Gun, rifle, si^orting and can- 
ister powder Lbs. 

Cannon and musket powder 

Blasting and mining powder.. Lbs. 

Fuses, non-metallic 

Giant powder, nitro, nitro glj^- 
cerine and other explosives, 
N.O.P . .. Lbs. 

Gun, rifle and pl.^tol cartridges 
or other ammunition, N.O.P 

Gun wad-*, percussion caps, 
primers and cartridge cases. . . . 

Gun or pistol covers or cases, 
game bass, loading tools and 
cartridge belts of any material 

Total gunpowder and 
exjilosives 



745,3001 
2 3i54 996 



11,247,841 



17,198,306 



13,976| 
107,167^ 



806,198 
268 



Duty. 



S cts. 



2,225 



713 
1,562,430 



83,171 

21,653 
62,533 



41,451 
2,125 
4,304 

22,108 



20,759 77 



536 00 
3,867 30 



1,802,713 25,163 07 



3,501,331)1 158,920, 31,761 65 

758,800j 36,447 
2,466,38l| 11.3,189 



688,9591 



950,786 28;139 52 



42,736 10,358 62 



11,937,583 850,9871 



18,6G4,103i 1,159,543 31,761 6: 



47, 795 1 11,586 75 



55,618' 



29,7-2 



1,529 36 



626,675 



217,230 



67,300| 8,476 86: 
85,6611 11,447 08 



72,473 
646,223 



43,645 



77,187! 4,454 46 
510,439! 122,951 30 

8,904j 2,463 40 

7.965 



64,236 
101,563 



1,908 90 



9'236 47 
13,670 99 



194,8051 47,606 3,832 62 



888,2271201,431 80 
14,076 .^672 00 



829,919 



2.298 6j 


10,289 


2,888 00 


i 
163,979 08 


1,217,437 


218,227 53 







Vide item 27, page 72, prior to 1908. 



CANADIAN TRADE 



87 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Oontinued. 



Imports. 




Exports. 




Value. 








Value. 








1907. 
(9 mos). 


1908. 
$ 
3,231 

580 

1,848,088 

55,131 

53,173 
37,071 


190^. 

1,987 

732 
1,711,776 

31,301 

22,259 
31,850 


1910. 
% 
1,675 

923 

1,548,457 

57,106 

24,747 
59,494 


1911. 


1907. 
(9 mos). 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 




703 


2,225 

713 
1,562,430 

83,396 

21,653 
62,533 


$ 


S 


S 


§ 


S 


1 


1,384 










2 


1,141,125 












3 


34,321 












4 


29,970 

27.727 












5 
6 














7 
g 


24,601 


38,5i>5 
1,841 
2,100 

24,549 

2,064,329 
112,629 

19,527 
47,745 

698,367 

878,268 


36,243 

2,102 

587 

10,654 

1,849,491 

110,271 

13,860 
55,511 

643,391 
823.033 


35.808 
2,417 
1,880 

12,127 

1.744,634 
141,125 

13,976 
107,167 

688,959 
951,227 


41,451 
2,125 
4,304 

24,352 












1,046 












g 


679 
16,819 


5,336 


8,414 


12,584 


25,933 


19,347 


10 
11 














1,278,375 


1,805,182 


5,336 


8,414 


12,584 


25,933 


19,.^7 




55,132 


161,532 

36,447 
113,189 

850,987 
.1,162,155 






12 


17,139 












IS 


59,585 












11 


376,811 


97,31? 


151,000 


197,299 


171,416 


98,663 
98,663 

363,286 


15 


508,667 


97,313 


151,000 


197,299 


171,416 
339,548 








167.317 




291,228 


219,877 


16 
17 


* 


52,496 

30,321 

88,i53 
85,143 

118,349 

867,099 

18,051 

15,909 

1,27-5,521 


51,520 

36,800 

66,364 
162,305 

111,317 

508,497 

6,298 

7,318 

950,419 


41,80j 

29,727 

'67,.302 
86,442 

77,187 

510,614 

8,976 

7,965 

830,073 


47,825 

43,728 

64,236 
101,589 

47,606 

888,434 

14,190 

10,322 

1,217,930 


31,794 










18 


, 28 
6.5,315 








19 


47,998 












*>! 


36,842 












99 


353,257 
19,190 


73,198 


71,090 


48,347 


40,098 


51,177 


23 
94 


9,622 











9!S 










414,463 




564,046 


240,515 


362,318 


268,224 


379,646 





TRADE AM) (OUMEnrK—l'ART I 

2 GEORGE v., A. i9l2 
Xo. 16 — Itemizkd Stktemknt showing the Values of Imjinrts 



ARTICLES. 



EXTERKI) FOR CONSIXIPTIOX. 



1910. 



1011. 



I'Giit, cat Lir worm gut, unmann- 
facturecl, adapted for whip and 
< ther cord or for ligaturt'S 

2 Gut, cat gut strings or gut cord 
for musical instruineiits 



Quantity. I Value. 



lit 

12i' 



13 
14 



\b 



Total gut. . . 

lUtta pei-chn. and India luhber 
and manufactures of : — 

Hoots and shoes 

Belting 

Clfjthiog 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 ■ 

Hard rul)ber unfinished in tubes 
for manufacture of fountain 
Ijens 

Hose, including cotton or linen 
lined with rubber 

Packing, mats and matting 

Rubbei-, powdered, and rubber 
or gutta [>ercha waste or 
junk Lbs. 

Rubber and gutta jjercha, crude 
caoutchouc or India rubber 
unmanufactured " 

Rubber, recovered, rubber sub- 
stitute, and haixl rubber in 
sheets 

Rubber thread not covered.. . . 

Tires of rubber for vehicles of 
all kinds 

Rubber cement and all manu- 
factures of India rubber, and 

gutta percha, X.O.P 

Total gutta percha and 
India rubber 



16 



22 



Hair, and manufactures of, not 
otherwise provided for: — 

Hair, cleaned or uncleaned, but 
not curled, dyed or otherwise 
manufactured Lbs. 

Braids, chains or cords 

Curled or dyed hair, N.O.P. . . Lbs. 

Hair cloth of all kinds 

Hair brush pads 

Horse liair, not further manu- 
factured than simjjly cleaned 
and dipped or dyed Lbs. 

Other manufactures of, X.O.P. ... 
Total hair and manufac- 
tures of 



Duty. Quantity.' Value. 



Duty. 



cts. 



588; 



2,.j88|. 



2,800 



11.5,843 
(;4,4(>2 

2.\S,4S7 



85 



28,800 75 
1(5,827 30 

04,233 88 



2,860. 



V.\-l,m-2 45.050 lO 
(i2.»15 15.114 93 

453,70'J 108,787 48 



91,010 
75,113 



2,069,541 1 257.944 
3,099,040! 3,5.55,507 



4,189,424 698,424 
3,420' 4,836 



31,090 88 i 



192,759 
640,533 



5,955,003 



403,994 
' 14,965 



129,963 



83,519 

994 

48,195 

34.754 

39 



201 

4,646: 403 .55 

86,860: 30,110 05 
25,711 71j 70,2.57, 23,607 38 

I : 

.[ 1,574,399] 208,414 

t 
. ! 2,803,540| 3,530,492 



4,248,793 994,075 
3,766| 9,448 



65.107 14 



106,492 56 



569,904_ 189,286 71 
766,970; 195,494 93 



398,864 281 6,950,583 607,921.13 



345 80 
9,262 53 
7,777 20 



102,3611 

201,094] 60,505 33 



599,404 
8',782 



161,990 

2,197 

44,039 

48,049 



640 61 
8,010 10 
11,025 40 



118,6051 

1 



470,950! 77,890 86 



100,409 

143,341 42,865 61 

500.031 02..547 72 



CAXADIAX TRADE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, tfce. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



Ex POUTS. 



Value. 



1907. 1908. ! 1909. j 1910. 1911. 1907. 1908. 1909. ^ 1910. 1 1911. 

(9 mos. ) I I I I ■ (9 mos.) I 



1,362 3,282| 2,635 2..T88i 2,860 

4,914 



0,276, 3,282 2,635 2,5S8 2,860 



63,9091 53,92ol 73,109 114,470 190,990 
28,500 3.5,651 1 32,506 64,821 05,732 

29,273! 78,627 117,282 237,005! 454,607 



100,712: 141,0971 132,619! ll!t,87S 3 
661 4,446: 28,537 17,00l' 4 



50 7,490 7,740 



SOO' 5 



49 



32,491 53,162 
60,878 77,194 



86,955 39.5,748 
1,898,6501 2,201,874 



4(]0,7f)7 729,011 
1,640 2,666 

93,512 



.353,960 500,483 

I. ._ ._.] 

3,017,023 4,221,905 



48.015 

820 

3, 124 

10,437 



85 



56.597 93,.^4 
(}8,287 74,843 



167,361 2.57,914 



1,681,269 3,555,507 



201 

4,646 

88,94*1 
70.360 

208,414! 

3,530,492 



8,633 



5,739 .5,789 9,824 
538 .526 1 20 



634,940 698,424 994,075 
1,503 4,8361 9,448 

108,888 l!t4,299: .570,505 



440,199 041,512 
3,387,941 5,957,130 



03,202 
12,183 



77,277 

1,055 

11,579 

11,1.50 

180 



65,862! 
40,290 



.57,054 

1 

22,409 

10,773, 



8.3,519 

994 

48,195 

34,528 

39 



01,059 102,.301 
1' 5,153 201,114 



137,781 207,393 203,049 470,750 



785,952 



158,0301 



, 6 

7 

8 
9 

10 

.111 



il2 
113 



14 



169,294 09,829 104,079! 78,358J 93,420'l5 



6,980,4911 327,330) 239,983, 263,989: 253,575 240,943 



161, 99() 

2,197 

44,039 

48,887 



100,409 
143,375 



500,903 



92,8721 165,0711 147,407 



173,9521 



173,09516 

|17 

18 
19 
20 



92,872 165,071t 147,407; 173,952! 173,095 



90 



TRADE ANB COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — ^Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Hats, caps and bonnets, 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, 
and hat and bonnet crowns.. . 

Hatters' furs, not on the skin . . . 

Hats and caps, &c., of beaver, 
silk or felt . ... 

Buckram for the manufacture 
of hat and bonnet shapes 

Hatters' plush of silk or cotton . 

Braids or plaits of chip, palm 
leaf, manilla, willow, osier, 
rattan, straw, Tuscan or 
grass, suitable for making or 
ornamcntmg hats. . 



Entered for Consumption. 



r.m. 



Quantity. Value. Duty. 



1911. 



Quantity . 



$ cts. 



101,351 



Hoods, unfinished, composed 
of 'Leghorn,' 'Manilla,' palm 
leaf, grass, willow or chip, 
not bleached or blocked 

Of straw, grass, chip or other 
material, N.O.P 

Total hats, caps and bonnets .... 

Hay Tons 

Hides and skins other than fur :— 

Hides and skins, raw, whether 
dry, salted or pickled Lbs. 

Tails, undressed 

Hoofs, horn strips, horn and 
horn tips in the rough, not 
polished or otherwise manu- 
factured than cleaned '. .. 

Pelts, raw 



Total hides and skins other than fur. 

Honej', in the comb or otherwise, 

and imitations t'nereof Lbs. 

Hops 1 

Ice 



147,181 40,041 24 
75,252 



1,396,066,378,610 95 



45,754 
2,224' 



298,.345| 



Value. 



Dutv. 






S cts. 



118,493 

115,53l' 31,164 70 
89,733 

1,746,533 465,691 30 



7,549 
1,346,887 392,386 38 . 



3,420,609! 811,038 57; 4,013,503 972,350 58 



54,733 . 
3,493 . 



2t!5,853 



12,613| 

1,646,521; 475,494 58 



7,680 141,956i 15,360 00 



Ink, writing.. 
II printing 



Total ink 

Iron sand or globules or iron shot 
and dry putty for polishing 
glass or granite Cwt. 



376,999 
945,625 



7,997,312 



1,195 

238,507 



8,237,014 



29,399 9,296 38 

232,5981 61,754 72 

9,373] 



12,247 



43,333,909 



230,393 24,494 00 



7,936,115 



399 

168,816 



8,l05,330i 






341,5651 
1,105,8241 



79,496; 17,178 55; 
99,794| 19,089 68 



1,830 



179,290' 36,268 '23j 



6,033 



33,342l 8,543 17 

267,744 74,0'25 84 

7,356 

.52,983 n,303.% 
98,3901 18,503 66 



2,576| 



151,373, 23,807 02 



,154' 



I 



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91 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



1907. 
(9 inos. ) 



2,227 



66,551 

42,798 
50,758 

1,218,664 

11,663' 
3,161 



1908. 



"Value. 



1909. 



1910. 



81,651 

62,745 
71,496 

1,379,377 

23,686 
6,493 



146,317 158,686 



1911. 



54,993 

48,945 
44,410 

1,215,759 

31,197 
2,403 



180,950 



EXI'ORT.S. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos. 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. ! 1911. 



101,351, 118,493 

148,359^ 116,918 
75,252 89,733 

1,394,303! 1,757,746 

4.5, 7.'^' 54,733 
2,224 3,493 



10,035 



25)8,345 



4,357! 1.391 5,944| 7,549 
920,290; 1,223,175) 1,007,4381 1,344,644 



2,466,786 3,008,700 
115,230: 221,341 



5,677,425 



4,635,466 



2,.592,039 3,417,781 
126,738 138,423 



5,049,830 



225,8.53 

12,613 
1,647,331 



10,209 



10,739 



4,026,913i 10,035 



10,209 



231,218! 1,039,512 733,440 



13,406 



16,8211 5 
6 



10,739] 13,406 16,821 



646,778] 1,80S,472 2,724,289 11 



69 146 i 1,166 

166,017 273,259 167,112 

.5,843,511; 4,908,871 1 5,218,108 



7,997,312 



1.195 
238,507 

8,237,014 



20,270 35,405 24,387! 26,688 36,4711 

180,530, 235,923! 195,1.38' 243,775 257,825! 

2,G31i 1,'640 26,703 9,373! 7,356' 



7,936,115 



399 
168,816 



[2,617,180 3,625,657 
259 1,290 



4,034,343 5,437,705 4,611,701 12 
5,459 5,244 2,634 13 



8,846 
60,202 



10,109| 
39,1621 



4,972 
24,0.57 



8,924; 
77,594, 



12,973 14 
35,270 15 



8,105,330| 2,686,487 3,676,2181 4,069,431; 5,529,467, 4,662,578| 



411 

7,131' 

17,067' 



750, 
35,001 
12,071 



1,188; 

1.^418. 
19,S72i 



621; 87616 

28,035! 21,80317 
28.287' 7,070 18 



46,703 
76,976; 



76,050 
82,653 



66,1011 
83,368 



79,468 
99, 794 1 



52,9211. 
99,634 . . 



123,679! 158,703; 149.469 179,262! 1.5;?,555 



3,8.51 



7,098. 



5.413 



6,0331 



7,154l.. 



21 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 









EnTER>?D PDF 


CONbUMPTION. 






1910. 




1911. 




AKTKJLES. 












(Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Valu ■. Duty. 








$ 


$ cts. 




S ; 8 cts. 


1 


Ivory, niaimf:ictur«M of, N.O.P., 

11 unmanufactured Lbs. 




L7fii 


351 25 




1,803 312 56 


o 


458 


2,356 




777 


2,921 


3 
1 












29 


Ivories, piano key 

Total ivory 




149,883 






147,853 
















154,000 


351 25 


1.52,606 312 56 




Jewellery. N. O.K. . 






5 
6 




1,337,477 
72,320 


447,870 01 




1,48(1,787 481,499 51 


Junk, old, or oakum Cwt. 


.39,850 




ic,,si5 


57.645 


7 


Knitted goods of every descrip- 














tion, N.O.P 




1,295 


333 77 




17,579 4,963 44 




Ltather and manufactures of : — 
















8 


Belting leather of all knids. . . . Lbs. 


529,996 


172,888 


17,663 80 


606,237 


200,623 20.842 90 


9 


Calf, kid or goat, lamb and 














sheep skins, tanned » 


39,495 


6,980 


987 75 


15.\HCC. 


77,991 11,310 50 


10 


Calf, kid or goat, lamb and 
shee]) skins, dressed, waxed 














or glazed « 


419,406 


294,838 


47,845 51 


813,681 


.521,402 74,610 27 


11 


Harness leather ... ... .i 


114,743 


36,224 


4,787 73 


.J1.40{> 


18,077 2,451 59 


IP- 


Tanner's scrap leather 


83,485 


5,807 


856 85 


25.465 


3,527 513 15 


IS 


(Jlove leather, tanned or dress- 
ed, coloured or imcoh)ured, 
imixirted by glove manufac- 
turers for use in their factories 














in the manufnctnre of gloves. 


1,009,725 


593,478 


59,393 75 


942,896 


565,688 55,420 90 




Japanned, jiatent or enamelled 












14 


h-ather and Morocco leather, 
and leather in imitation of 














Morocco leather 


()2,241 


67,410 


16,454 22 


139,433 


143. 38(; 35,445 70 




Skins for Morocco leather, tan- 












15 


ned but not further manufac- 














tured 


38,735 


18,200 


2,296 65 


41,518 


22,405 3,171 80 


10 


Sole leather ., 


343,115 


81,769 


11,302 45 


620. 74C. 


122.179 16,360 06 


17 


Ui)per leather, not dressed. 














wa.ved or glazed .. 


18,027 


5,442 


771 45 


1,414 


1.252 187 80 


18 


I'pljer leather, including don- 
gola, cordovan, kangaroo, 
alligator and all leather, 
dressed, waxed or glazed, or 
further finished than tanned, 














N.O.P., and chamois skins. , 


227,700 


196,079 


31,491 28 


395,598 


296,868 43,238 48 


19 
















N.O.P 


95,394 


43,928 


5,592 55 


98,449 


54,212 6,940 45 


?0 


All other leatlier dressed, waxed 










1 




or glazed, &c., N.O.P 


934,448 


563,250 


90,250 42 


738,949 


457,5311 66,0(iO .57 




Manufactures of, viz. : — 












21 


Boots and shoes, slii)pers and 














insoles of leather, N.O.P 




1,500,046 


433,020 32 




2,045,835 585,996 71 


22 


Boots and shoes, i)egged or 
wire fastened, with un- 














stitched soles, close edged 

Harness and saddler}', in- 




22,740 


4,689 96 




47,851 10,325 69 


23 








cluding liorse toots 




175,586 


48.948 20 




238.727 <!5,0fi4 60 


'>4 


Leather belting 




70.492 


14,472 17 




75,610 15,429 88 


25 


All other manufactures of 








leather and raw-hide, N.O.P 

Total leather and manufactures of .. . 




347,717 


81,577 52 




438,546 103,437 60 












4,202,934 


873,002 58 





5,331,710 




1,116,806 05 



CAXADIAX TRADF 



93 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &e. — Gontinued. 



Import; 



Value. 



Exports. 
Value. 



1907. ! 

(9 mos.) 



1908. 



1909. 



S 



1910. 



mil. 



1907. 

(9 mos.) 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



774, 
6,606' 



98,105 



1,272 

7,0.53 

2,669 

104,143 



1,371 

4,779 

18' 

10l,529j 149,883 



1,761 
2,356 



105,485 



925,380 
40,984 

831 



193,327 
6,768 



228,441! 

20,701 

9,574; 



115,137j 107,6971 154,000 



1,212,868; 1,024,737 1,337,431 
65,6241 .51,0091 72,.320 



2,203. 



749| 1,295 



S 

1,803 

2.921 

29 

147,8.53 

152,606 



1,486,233 
57,<>45 

17,-579 



487,891 



668,522 



647,509; 760,979 

i 



193,790! 128,602 191,817 191,319 
I I 

9,733i 12,002 ii,980j 77.!i9l 



303,361 282,053 307,32fi| .5'>2.X52|. 



16,529 
38,169 



22,014 
3,714 



8i5,224 

.5,!S0' 



339,5311 508,478 451,094 .593,478 



J8.07i 
3. .527 



565, 08S 



........j 5 

803,7131 6 



.ilO 
ill 

.12 



102,993 78,573 4.5,410 07,410; 113,38u. .. 



13 



14 



30,103 
167,642 

1.51^ 



18,495 
246,499 



3,673| 
57,54G: 



298 3,199 



18,260 22,4051 i j | j 15 

81,7691 122.17".l! 763,523' 1.. 537,675' 1,784,831 993..542 1..-S82,394 10 

I I I ' 1 ! 

5,442 1.2.52: 1 ' 17 

! ;- 234,5<)9i 252,177] 290,446 176,040 220.271 18 



225,076 


148,027 


02,107 


100,202 


3!t,829 


2:^,662 


17,977 


181,449 


271,735 




1 1, .51.5, 144 


1,268,525 



196,854; 296,885 ' l i ^^ 

43,928! 54,753 372,565 281,341 218,.520: 137,886 131,113 20 



565,926 
1,495,321 



4(53,034 
2,058,212 



;• 1,037,9.^3 

i 
J 

86,0.55 
50,838 

221,4)2 

2,859,3041 



\ 118,843; 90,890 



I 23,502 12,610 



113,934 
57,9.52 

286,541 



3,780,303 



121,737 
46,999 

2.57,329 

3,104,011 



21 



74,238 .59,29.-) 60.935 22 



19,023 21.757 20,349 23 
24 



28,636; 49,768, j 1 

176,034| 239,248 11,910 14,835 

70,963 77,408 1 

, ! I i 

340,98l| 439,053! 21,682 23,756i 28,6.59: 22,398 

4,239,1561 5,.326,5.37| 1,523,0.321 2,2C0,674' 2,415,7171 1,410,918 



29,034 25 
2,047,096 



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No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



EnTKRKO for CONSUMI'TION. 



l'»10. 



1911. 



I Quantity.! Value. Duty. 



Leeches 

Lime Bbls. 

Lime juice, crude only Galls. 

Lime juice, and fruit juice for- 
tified with or containing not 
more than 25 p.c.of proof .spirits m 

Lime juice containing more than 
25 p.c. of proof spirits 

Lime juice and other fruit .^yrups 
and fruit juices, N.O.P " 

Total lime juice, &c . . . m 



Machine card clothing 

Magic lanterns and slides therefor 

Manufactured articles, N.E.S. (exports) 
Marble and manufactures of : — 

Marble, sawn or sand rubbed, not 
polished 

Rough, not hammered or chiselled. . 

Manufactures of, N.O.P 



Total marble and manufactures of. 



Mattresses, hair, spring and other 

Metals and minerals and manufactures 

of :- 
Brass and manufactures of — 

Brass ca]>s adapted for use in 
the manufacture of electric 
batteries 

Brass in bars and rods in 
coils or otherwise, in lengths 
not less than 6 feet 

Brass in bars or rods not less 
than 6 ft. in length and 
brass in strips, sheets or 
plates not polished, &<;., for 
use in Canadian manufac- 
ture Cwt. 

Brass cups, being rough 
blanks for the manufacture 
of pai:)er-shells or cart- 
ridges, when imjxjrted by 
manufacturers of brass and 
paper-shells and cartridges 
for use in their own factories 

Brass tubing, covered, for the 
manufacture of curtain rods 

Brass, old and scrap 

Brass in blocks, ingots or 

I ^ pigs ■ ; M 

1 Brass in strips, sheets or 

[ plates, not polished, plan- 

I ished or coated .... 

! Brass tubing, not bent or 

t otlierwise manufactured, in 

I lengths not less than 6 ft. . Lb 



Cwt. 



191,537 



4121 

116,964| 23,407 79 



4.5,536 

I 
427 j 

1 

35,1271 



S,752l 

I 

1,1081 

54 

41,025 



81,09S; 50,939 



23,754 
375,893 



128,897 

1,398 

54,503 

184,798 



265 80 
35 40 

7,198 48 



7,499 68 



Quantity. 



194,809 



53,725 

357 

82 

61,087 



4,844 92 
93,312 59! 



25,727 70i 

209 70' 

19,009 98 



44,947 38 



5,484i 1,563 80 



640! 

12.820, 1,244 Co . 



Value . 



Duty. 



$ cts. 

521' 

143,338; 25,084 49 



10,134! 

i 
.514 

629 

66,216 



r7,493 



27,402 
476,827 



214 20 

.385 50 

12,0t3 01 



12,612 71 



5,772 73 
117,987 34 



I 

174,001: 

25,606 

107,821 



34,662 60 

3,840 90 

37,559 .55 



307,428 



76,063 05 



5,133 



1,489 80 



2,770 

1.3,276 1.279 55 



26,302 377,918 



32,201 



45,318 



4.54,011 i 



83,011 



15,962 
1,163 



171,1341 

11,4901 

^,719' 



24,463 
3,939 



834 95 . . . 



248,3331 
44. 989 ' 



8,630 755 65 



1,256,165 236,271 



1,631,291: 2S9.r,r><) 



CANADIAN TRADE 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into aiiid Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



95 



Imports. 



Value. 



1907. 

(9mos.) 



265 
67,573 



1908. 



344 
99,611 



8,6.35 L>3,422 



27r. 



20,608^ 

29,519; 

14, 324 i 
7,668: 



607 

31 

46,000 

70,060 

25,683 
42,875 



1909. 



309 
106,263 

12,239 



370 



81,715' 

6,435 

88,391 

176,541 [ 

4,477 



1,188 



32,177 

44,786 

19,509 
208,321 



1910. 



4121 
116,946, 



1911. 



5-21 
143,338 



Exports. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 luos. 



8,7521 10,134 



155,753 108,413 

5.319 9,138 

126,600 83,268 



287,072 
10,314 



3,202 



200,819 
' 6,583 



l,199j 

541 

42,154| 

52,159 

23,604 
375.938 



415 

589 

67,259 

78,397 



27,402 
476,796 



128,897; 174.532 

1,398' 25,606 

5?.,708, 108,121 



S 
46^662 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



998,123 



184,003 
5,484 



66,255 185,145 
79,918 



G8,14o 87,572 



308,259 
5,133 



572 640 2,770 

47,1721 12,8201 13,276 



191,311 .377,918 454,01lj 



1,097 

^ r 341,530 

y 455,005 -,' 
J I 4,657i 10,384 



34,273 
175,169 



4.5,318 83,0ir 



123,185 274,426 54,757 
98,521 



171, 134 1 248,333 
14,490; 44,989 

8,719 1 8,630 



188,446 220,757! 167,360' 230,271 289,6.59 



■S 
53^242 



43,542 



1911. 



53,9871 40,578 



1,199,214 1,31.5,835 



1,795,415 



1,236,953 



13 



16 



96 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



EXIKHED FOR CoXiSUMPTION. . 



ARTICLES. 



11 



14 



15: 



16 
17 



1910. 



Quantity, i A'lilue. 



Duty. 



Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of.— Con. 
Bra.ss and nifrs. of — Con. 
(ilove fasteners, metal eyelet 

hooks, and eyelets and 

shoelace wire fasteners 

Pumps 

Wire, plain Lbs. 

Wire cloth, woven wire of 

brass, N.O.P 

Manufactures of, N.O.P . 
Nails, tacks, rivets and burrs 

or washers 

Tv)tal bi'ass and manufactures of. . 



Copper and manufactures of: — 

Copper matte or regulus of, 
and black or coarse copper 
and copper cement, tine 
copper therein contained (exports)j 

Copper in Iwlts, bars and rods 
in Coils or otherwise in 
lengths not less than 6 feet, 
unmanufactured .Cwt. 

Copper in blocks, pig* or ingots n 

Copper in strii)s, sheets or 
plates, not planished, or 
coated, &c 

Nails, tacks, rivets and burrs 

or \\ ashers 

Old and scrap ... . . . . Cwt. 

Copper rollers for use in cali- 
co printing 

Copper tubing in lengths not 
less than 6 feet and not 
polished, bent or otherwise 
mamifactuied Lbs. 

Wire, plain, tinned or plated m 

Wire cloth, or woven wire of 

copper I 

All other manufactures of, N. 
O.P 



266,300 



200,389 

7.587 

42,047 

55,386 
1,050,274 

5,222 



2,228,215 



Total cojtper and manufactures of. 



2,232 10 
4,973 19 

11,703 45 
304,050 70 

1,515 60 



326,554 64 



1911. 



Quantity. Value. 



l.">0,«81 
45,580 



2.052,416 
(M).3,180| 



30,842 401,!)49;.... 



1,327 



1,515 
14,441 

3!»,051 



421 00 



402,111 
46S,959 



!)l,924i 

84,036 9,402 43 

4,909J 952 25 

101,230i 29,905 15' 



.3,488,260 40,680 83' 



248,842 



213,968 
46,568 



.33,728 
3,669 



517,91] 
275,557 



Duty. 



.«; cts. 



224,025 

10,472 3,138 40 
41.197 4,920 62 

01,611 12,230 49 
1,510,2.52 435,751 34 

.5,199 1,502 80 



2,997,435 459,578 85 



2,845,0<)0 
600,261i 



536,862 



2,158; 587 40 
41,128, 

20,361 



106,410 

64,720i 8,002 43 

7,175- 1,447 43 

160,188 47,113 53 



4,384,329; 57,210 79 



(iold and silver and manuf;ic- 
tures of: — 

18 Gold-bearing quartz, dust or 
!r 1 nuggets (e.^ports) 

19 Gold, silver and aluminium 

leaf and Dutch or .'^chlag 
! metal leaf 

20 Manufactures of gold and 

silver, N.O.P 

-1 Electro-plated ware and gilt 
ware, N.O.P 



53,346j 16,926 U].. 

13,046| 4,150 56 . .. 

310.917' 93,8.5ti 31 . . . 



54,7.37 14,449 90 



31,943 



9,368 87 



420,377 122,948 80 



CANADIAN TRADE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



97 



Imports. 



Value, 



Exports. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos. 



1908. 



1909. 



te 



L^'^ 



1910. 



1911. 



1907. 
(9 mos. 



I 



135,492 


187,763 


12,500 


11,515 


19,008 


33,413 


C 




, 40,969 


63,087 


676,072 


946,744 


C-< 




f 5,015 


5,742 


1 oca TTO 


O QRR aKf\ 



153,812 200,3891 224,025 

9,371 7,4S7 10,409 

34,248 41,789 41,206 

52,810 55,386 61,611 

727,253 1,049,002 1,513,688 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



3,546i 



5, 222 1 



5,199 



1,969,779 2,366,650 1,661,978, 2,226,585 3,000,817 



1,801,838 1,749,4.581 1,522,600 2,052,416 2,84.o,060 
484,804 614,581 370,492 603,189' 600,261 



538,1941 688,539 372,399 491,949! 536,862 



2,222; 
36,167 



2,693, 
36,016 



2,085 
12,949 



1,515 
14,441 



2.3,081: 2,831 



61,0.S8 143,140 
30,739 39,055 



1,1261 39,051 



2,158 
41,128 

20,361 



5,138,745 7,879,761 6,406,547 6,024,4291 5,575,003 7 



71,587 
36,885: 



94,924' 106,416 
84,636 64,720 



2,770 

85, 698 ! 



3,816 
83,537 



5,882} 4,909 7,175 
74,148 101,284 160,238 



3,066,601 3,363,6661 2,470,153 3,488,314 4,384,379 



i 

35,021 50,961 


46,838 


53,161 


55,009 


7,870 15,218 


10,254 


13,046 


31,732 


255,860! 351,320 


273,200 


311..386 


430,190 


10—7 









ilO 



13 



!16 

I 
17 



5,138,745] 7,879,761 6,406,547 6,024,429! 5,575,063 



,240,1711 8,929,595 



7,392,610 6,110,473 5,364,273 



98 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 

2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



Metals and minerals and mann 

factures of. — Con 
Gold and silver— Co7i. 

Sterling or other silverware 
N.O.P 

Silver coin of U.S 

Silver ore and silver, metallic, 
contained in ore concen- 
trates, &c. (exports), 

Silver tubing, when imported 
by manufacturers of silver- 
ware to be used in their 
own factories in the manu- 
facture of silverware, O.C 



33 




Total gold and silver, (fee 

Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or both 
combined : — 
Agricultural implements :— 
Agricultural implements, parts 

of 

Binding attacliinents 

Cultivators, weeders No. 

Drills, seed « 

Farm, road or field rollers. . . m 

Forks, pronged . . « 

Forks, hay " 

Harrows n 

Harvester.s, self-binding n 

Hay loaders n 

Hay tedders - « 

H..es ., 

Horse rakes « 

Knives, hay and straw n 

edging 

Lawn mowers « 

Manure spreaders n 

Mowing machines n 

Ploughs M 

Post hole diggers i 

Potato diggers u 

Rakes, N.O.P 

Reapers h 

Scythes Doz . 

Sickles or reaping hooks. ... m 

Snaths i 

Spades and shovels of iron or 

steel, N.O.P 

Spade and shovel blanks, and 
iron or steel cut to shape 

for the same i 

All other agricultural imple- 
ments, N.O.P 



234,400 26 

1,753 88 

11,811 52 

71,161 95 

15,328 05 

2,176 87 



9,004 
1,483 

460 

14 

9,290 

1,252 

3.210 

143 
6,722 

248 

1,431 

26,695 

2,012 

770 
28,456 

161 
2,098, 

329; 

17 1 
9.095 



4,474' 



114,586 

166,013 

25,119 

736 

1,978 

30,758 

870 

173 

22,454 

21,750 

62,978 

953,716 

2,279 

32,225 

5,555 

8,350 

10,7201 

959 

3061 



22,861 32 

29,052 34 

6,279 75 

184 00 

430 77 

6,151 60 

175 57 

38 33 

7,242 92 

4,353 67 

11,021 27 

190,679 27 

569 75 

7,956 55 

1,249 20 

1,461 28 

2,265 95 

162 36 

76 50 



Total agricultural implements. 



Anchors Cwt. 

Anvils and vices 



5,698 



43,145! 10,816 71 

I 

7,4101 1,565 23 

57,072 13,988 04 



2,650,353: 529,299 48 



22,299 
66,592 



16,190 20 



15,(J01 

1,110 

4531 

o^i 
4,737 

851 

8,213 

56, 

8,783, 

705 

1,367 

52,9721 

4,2131 

626' 

58,769 

8271 

2,286 

529; 

15; 

9,539! 



3,247 



229,911 

115,7114 

25,272 

261 

1,210 

26,9671 

4,5171 

72 

32,412 

65,562j 

52,999; 



1,993,214398, 



4.368 
16,767 
10,689 
60.677 
10,559 

1,168 
30 



969 90 
263 93 
318 00 

65 25 
263 17 
3^9 95 
94! 56 

15 61 
488 26 
112 40 
274 97 
594 12 
092 00 
127 85 
389 33 
618 50 
230 36 
226 60 
7 50 



45,751! 11,581 61 

5,448 1,146 50 
83,226' 20,385 80 



4,516,145 901,135 70 



6,118 



25,362; 
104,670, 



25.333 91 



CANADIAN' TRADE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



99 



ISIPORTS. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value . 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



1908. 



132,770 145,761 



131 



1909. 



122,363 



1910. 



180,858 



1911. 



193,424 



431,652 563,200 452,6551 558,451, 710,355 



379,067 

' 12^942 

177,287 
8,328 
4,573 



628,.598 

639 

44,983 

87,459 

18,0.52i 

6,548| 



515,205 

1,294 

26,389 

123,542 

14,044 

4,142 



82,728 

315,744 

10,402 

3,838 

613 

14,337 

1,047 

23 

6,309 

212,783 

8,815 

498,444 

558 

18,119 

1,142 

11,007 

3,854 

289 



j- 25,223 

48,176 
1,845,648 



14,107 
60,334 



50,928 

85,822 

26,432 

1,374 

1,034 

28,474 

1,207 

223 

12.884 

73,407 

47,668 

439,523 

1,019 

41,103 

3,350 

25,688 

12,951 

463 

17 

r 28,598 

1 

I 5,788 

75,158 

1,749,390 



24,488 
70,537 

10-71 



61,220 

129.965 

19,926 

1,174 

1,145 

18,312 

2,428 

241 

17,920 

19,827 

61,639 

463,565 

804 

25,468 

2,251 

17,009 

11,624 

546 

35 

21,534 



2,524 

50,862 

1,614,635 

22,528 
45,078 



774,100 

156 

54,392 

218,765 

31,042 

3,553 



114. 

165, 
25, 

1, 

30, 



22. 

21, 

62 

945. 

2, 
32; 

5. 

8. 
10. 



,58« 
759 
119 
736 
978 
758 
870 
173 
454 
750 
978 
346 
279 
225 
555 
350 
720 
959 
306 



43,771 



1,231,500 
10,022 
59,178 
355,821 
64,305 
10,018 



1907. 
(9 mos. 



5,522,216 



12,762,387 



1908. 



10,757,899 



19,687,494 



7,410 

57,072 

2,643,162 

22,299 
66,598 



229,911 

115,7".'4 

25,272 

261 

1,210 

26,967 

4,517 

72 

32,412 

65,5(J2 

52,999 

1,993,239 

4,368 

16,767 

10,689 

60,677 

10,559 

1,163 

30 

45,662 



5,448 
83,198U 



1-2,497.882 



( 33i,704 



3,333 



250 

26,289 
1,104,019 



58,072 



1909. 1910. 



13,284,119 



20,676,729 



419,998 



11,938 



15,009,937 



1911. 



17,269,168 



21,120,410 22,63.3,441 



457,959 



6,811 



662,3511 5 
6 



14,7141 8 

I 9 

IIO 



101,009 150,695! 363,538 



648,246 
186,457 



368,392 



I. 641,046 



4,517,6211 2,497,882 



25,362 
104,670 



3,368,808 



108| jll 

53,123 72,594 124,513 12 

1,109,625 1,371,868 1,695,040 13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
|20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 

31 



619,741. 614,922 766,146 
157,011 328,940 558,459 



282,630 202,618 



448,888 



869,395 1,123,787 



3,625,178 4,330,194 



1,288,169 



5,921,818 



100 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 




Entered foe Consdmption. 



1910. 



Quantity. Value. 



12 



13i 

14| 
15| 

lei 

17 
18 
19 
20 
21 



Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of. — Con. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or both 
combined —Con. 
Springs, N.O.F., and parts 
thereof, of iron or steel, for 
railway, tramway or other 

vehicles ... Cwt. 

Axles and axle parts, N.O.P.. 
and axle blanks and parts 
thereof of iron or steel, for 
railway, tramway or other 

vehicles n 

Bar iron or steel rolled, whether 
in coils, bundles, rods or bars, 
comprising romids, ovals, 
squares and flats, X.O.P. . . . n 

Butts and hinges, N.O.P 

I Cart or wagon skeins or boxes . Lbs. 
Cast iron pipe of every descrip- 
tion .^ 

Castings, iron or steel, N.O.P. 

Chains, coil chains, chain links 

and chain shackles, of iron or 

steel 1% of an inch in diam. 

and over Cwt 

Chain, malleable sprocket or 

link belting 

Chains, N.O.P 

Cream separators and steel 

bowls for 

Cream separators — materials 
which enter into the con- 
struction and form part of, 
when imported by manufac- 
turers of cream separators 
to be used in the manufac- 
ture thereof 



6,100 



40,261 



1,402,074 



132,868 
Cwt. 280,891 



55,216 



Engines, &c. — 

Locomotives for railways . . . No. 99 

I. parts of 

Motor cars for railways and 

tramways No. 7j 

Engines, fire . . m 12j 

Engines, gasoline « 5,617 

Engines, steam n 321 

Boilers, steam n 654 

Boilers, N.O.P -. 1,988 

Fii-e extinguishing machines, 
including sprinklers for fire 

protection 

Ferro-manganese, ferrorsilicon, 

spiegeleisen Tuns 14,952 

Fittings, iron or steel, for iron 
or steel pipe of everv descrip- 
tion .■ Lbs. 5,321,262 



Duty. 



S cts. 



1911. 



Quantity. 



36,652 



164,891 



12,812 94 



6,662 



Value. 



Duty. 



S cts 



33,544 



55,616 07 .58,234 214,261 



1,952,1701455,723 24 2,097,914 .3.179,921 

65,783; 19,675 80 94,4.50 

9,945: 2,486 25 229,616 9,488 

327,175 88,271 4o' 500,920 .562,008 

403,524 105,266 02! , 826,365 



158,251j 11,699 80 G1,0G9 191,588 



180,8.39 

45, .386 12,354 30 



585,148 



227,680 



346,090 117,062 99 

41,823 14,.58S 93 

I 

7,141 2,496 85 

7,638' 2,425 93 

1,000,003 270,986 92 



98 



>.52,864 
243,246 
120.753 



78,248 
332,486 



65,859 33 
52,373 67 
31,212 03 



27,462 74 
22,963 89: 



8 

16 

9,045 

284! 

567 

1,364 



240,704 
94,645 

.387.340 



.396, .501 



297,512 
64,898 

14,119 

17, 435 

1,465,035 

244,394 

180,616 

138.632 



11,715 15 



69,543 38 



683,321 56 

28,173 40 

2,372 00 

154,364 40 
222,016 78 



14,126 70 
24,051 '98 



77,007 



357,782 105,718 



18,7961 461,331 

i 
7. .570. 757 465.954 



103,839 57 
22,663 80 

4,934 65 
6,102 25 
387,235 03 
61,871 41 
43,148 56 
36.525 09 



26,746 97 
28,3.51 38 

137.0683 



CANADIAN TRADE 



101 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



Exports. 



1907. 1908. 

(9mos.) 



1909. 



1910. 



156,201 



2,147,785 

75,261 

9,917 

360,203 
290,185 



128,001 



L 138,209 



2,-597,097 

65,798 

7,025 



1911. 



16,827 



100,935 



1,211,217 

38,221! 
914i 



36,925 



165,328 



33,701 



212,302 



1,951,745; 3,180,525 

65,783 94,715 

9,945 9.488 



598,358 370, 085 1 327,175 
594,102 332,803 404,938 



159,4931 281,601 131,502 159,052 



53,603; 185,416 153,893 180,8.39 
46,187 



62,808 5.3,254 34,363 
404,150' 448,569 547,990 



112,351 136,476 212,172 



204,5251 1,250,345 408,086 



1,953 
306,433 

566,221 



36,070 
779,392 

338,670 



12,002; 

19,880; 

693,251 

f 426,443 

\ 279,018 

I 67,181' 



3,900 
13,411 
721,868 
235,246 
119,975 
39,144 



50,837, 78,554 
619,363 405,171 



500,540 282,685. 357,7.55 



535,148 



227,680 



385,090 
41,823 

7,141 

7,6.38 

1,109,789 

252,864 

243,546 

120,753 



78,126 
354,723 



562,008 
826,938 



191,637 

240,704 
95,275 

387,340 



.396, .501 



329,510 
64,898 

14,119 

17,435 

1,492,103 

246,744 

180,616 

138,632 



77,007 
436,85 i 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos. 



1908. 



29,574 



1909. ! 1910. 



1911. 



35,157 30,561 



465,954 1 ' 23 



38,925 



<> 

56,771 7 



9 
;10 



U 



12 



13 

14 

15 
16 
17 

IS 
|19 

:20 



,21 
I22 



102 



TRADE AND COMHERCE—PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Lnports 





Entered for Consumption. 


ARTICLES. 


Quantity. 


1910. 


1911. 


Value. Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Metals and minerals and mfrs. of. 




§ S cts. 




s 


$ cts. 


— Con. 














Iron and mfrs. of, steel and 














mfrs. of, or both combined — 














Con. 














Forgings of iron or steel of 














whatever shape or size or in 














whatever stage of manufac- 














ture, N.O.P.; and steel shaft- 














ing, turned, compressed, or 














polished, and hammered. 














drawn or cold rolled iron 














or steel bars or shapes, 














N.O.P. Lbs. 


2,491,222 


121,952 


36,202 70 


2,424,963 


125,030 


36,496 40 


Frogs, switches, crossings and 








, 






intersections for railways . . .["Cwt. 


22,996 


134,734 


40,151 96 


29,201 


144,195 


41,420 46 


Gas buoys, articles for the 














manufacture of 




14,916 






29,829 




Hardware, viz.: builders', cab- 










inet-makers', upholsterers'. 














harness-makers', s a d d 1 e r s' 














and carriage hardware, in- 














cluding currj' combs, N.O.P 




503,939 


146,192 38 




681,050 


197,087 62 


Hoop, band, scroll or strip of 






iron or steel, rolled, 8 inches 














or less in wi Ith, No. 18 














gauge and thicker, N.E.S 

1 Hoop, band, scroll or strip of 
























iron or steel, rolled, 12 inches 














or less in width. No. 13 














gauge and thicker, N.O.P... Cwt. 


25,319 


41,158 


8, 198 77 


71,090 


123,238 


22,628 86 


Ho'.ip, band, scroll or strip 














of iron or steel, rolled. 














thinner than No. 18 gauge. 














N.E.S 














5 Hoop, band, scroll or strip 















of iron or steel, rolled. No. 














14 gauge and thinner, gal- 
vanized or coated with other 
metal or not, N.O.P Cwt. 














r 116,887 


252,217 


12,649 49 


162,857 


386,162 


19,308 10 




\ 17,936 


28,413 




23,881 


41,145 
18,973 




) Horse, mule or ox shoes 




13,797 


4,137 70 


5,690 00 


) Iron or steel billets, weighing 






not less than 60 lbs. per lineal 












yard Cwt. 


567,159 


518,102 


70,735 10 


889,130 


861,036 


110,880 80 


L Iron or steel ingots, cogged 














ingots, blooms, slabs, pud- 














dled bars, and loops or 














other forms, N.O.P., less 














finished than iron or steel 














bars, but more advanced 














than pig iron, except cast- 














ings .. 


115,490 


97,333 


13,510 35 


64,555 


68,616 


8,069 38 


2 Steel billets, N.O.P „ 


53,636 


63,089 


18,429 64 


14,226 


19,940 


4,553 53 


} Iron or steel bridges or parts 














thereof; iron or steel struc- 














tural work, columns, shapes 














or sections, drilled, punched 














or in any further stage of 














manufacture than as rolled 




1 








or cast N.O.P „ 


48,940 


125,938 


40,076 23 


125,295 


328,011 


106,546 94 



CANADIAl^ TRADE 



103 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



1907. 

(9 mos. ) 



1908. 



151,204 
46,550 
33,966 

o98,028 
54,379 
51,810 
73,242 



62,710 
6,746 

8,758 



\ 467,554 



150,115 
143,781 
200,054 

578,129 



99,977 



285,717 

47,878 

10,212 
416,163 



1909. 



96,576 
74,527 
23,229 

365,615 



1910. 



59,501 



122,166 

134,734 

14,916 

507,214 



41,158 



1911. 



125,49' 

144,195 

29,829 



Exports . 



Vak 



1907. 
(9 mob. ) 



681,462 147,762 



1908. 



123,238 



135,177 

I 48,672 



204,075 
20,0.59; 

5,880 



95,350 



53,135 
31,869 



252,273 
28,413 

13,797 



518,102 



97,333 
63,089 



386,082 
41,143 

18,973 
861,036 



68,616 
19,940 



1909. 1910. 



118,247 64,305; 39,924 



194,551 1,022,124 176,6941 125,938 328,011 



1911. 



62,041 



9 
10 



11 
12 



13 



i 



104 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — ^Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 







Entered for 


Consumption. 


ARTICLES. 




1910. 




1911. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Metals and minerals and manu- 














factures of. — Con. 




$ 


$ cts. 




s 


S cts. 


Iron and manufactures of, steel 














and manufactures of, or 














both combined — Con. 














Iron or steel nuts, washers. 














rivets and bolts with or 














\\-ithout threads, and nut, 














bolt and hinge blanks, and 














T and strap hinges of all 














kinds, N.O.P Lbs 


3,387,500 


132,082 


56,838 04 


4,693,800 


192,798 


80,769 15 


Iron and steel, rolled round 














wire rods in the coil not over 














3 inch in diameter, import- 














ed by wire manufacturers 














for use in making wire in 














the coil in their factories. . Cwt 


561,423 


749,117 




720,641 


965,912 




Iron and steel rods, not less 














than j^ in. in diameter for 














manufacture of chains (0. 














C. Oct. 11, 1908). .. 

Iron or steel sheets, corruga- 


21,134 


27,363 




27,708 


35,461 














ted, galvanized m 


1,564 


3,546 


772 70 


2,653 


9,468 


2,284 10 


Ii-on or steel sheets, corruga- 














ted, not galvanized . . . . , m 


26 


48 


14 40 


6 


76 


22 80 


Iron or steel sheets : Canada 














plates ; Russia iron, terne 














plate and rolled sheets of 














iron or steel, coated with 














zinc, spelter or other metal, 














of all widths or thick- 
nesses, X.O.P r 

Iron or steel sheets, flat gal- 
vanized 11 


/ 59,685 


195,126 


9,756 30 


29,765 


93,118 


4,655 90 


I 289,208 
( 266,687 


595,237 
825,443 




262,150 
169,241 


555,321 
509,027 




' 41,272'i5 


'25, 451 35 


\ 391,076 


1,167,496 




381,797 


1,127,087 




Ircn or steel sheets, rolled, 








No. 17 gauge and thinner, 














N.O P 















Iron or steel sheets and strips, 















rolled, ix)li.jhed or not, 














No. 14 gauge and thinner, 

N.O.P ,1 

Iron or steel scrap, wrought, 


/ 400,898 
1, 324,935 


956,028 


47,878 83 


441,671 


1,046,128 


52,306 40 


648,641 




363,381 


800,034 









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 hav- 














ing been in actual use. ... m 


302,714 


191,782 


12,661 06 


617,875 


408,075 


28,717 72 


Iron or steel plates rolled. 














not less than 30 in. in width 














and not less than ^ in. in 














thickness, N.O.P 


634, 6SS 


826,894 


89,043 70 


887,968 


1,223,212 


127,290 96 


Iron or steel boiler plates, 














not less than 30 in. in width 














and not less than ^ in. m 














thickness, for use exclu- 














sively in the manufacture 














of boilers h 


307,737 


438,744 




319,897 


492,247 




Iron or steel plates, rolled, not 












less than 48 in. wide and 














exceeding i in. in thickness 















CANADIAN TRADE 



105 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 


EXPOBTS. 


Value. 


Value. 


1907. 

(9mos.) 


1908. 

8 

199,356 
295,122 


1909. 
88,766 

• 

533,378 

14,510 

3,891 

753 

233,753 
323,218 
388,885 
697,466 


1910. 

132,521 

749,117 

27,303 

.3,546 

48 

195,126 

59.5,237 

825,443 

1,167,496 


1911. 


1907. : 1908. 
(9 iros.) ' 


1909. ' 1910. 


1911. 


150,716 


193,175 

965,912 

35,461 

9,468 

76 

93,118 

5.55,-321 

509.027 

1,127,087 





$ 


S 


s 


S 


306,039 




















8,982 


9,456 
2,084 

262,134 
589,722 
484,-585 
942,880 












1,910 












558,091 


1 






_ _ _ 




94,7.39 
765,810 


1 

1 


j 




174,235 
390,899 


) 








183,346 


581,738 
960,765 

506,698 
666,288 

460,423 


498,552 
647,232 

140,859 
453,228 

244,476 


956,028 
648,641 

191,782 
836,569 

433,744 


1,016,1.55 
800,034 

408,075 
1,223,212 

492,247 


1 










1.55,481 
412,5'?7 


J 










543,283 












' 






5,000 


1 
i 





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No. 16 — ^Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 


Entered fob Consumption. 


1910. 


1911. 


Quantity. 


Value. Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of. — Con. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 

and manufactures of, or both 

combined — Co7i. 

Iron or steel plates or sheets 
rolled, sheared or unshear- 
ed, and skelp iron or steel 
sheared or rolled in grooves, 
N.O.P Cwt. 

Iron or steel beams, sheets, 
plates, angles,kn€es masts, 
or parts thereof, and cable 
chains for wooden, iron, 
steel or composite ships or 
vessels « 

Iron in pigs Tons 

11 cast, scrap « 

M kentledge i 

Iron, in pig, charcoal. . « 

Iron, chromic (exports) 

Iron ore (exports) 


273,690 

113,010 

158,910 

22,621 

596 


388,563 
173,143 


$ cts. 
89,868 62 


509,350 

283,319 

254,284 

20,522 


756,212 

417,981 

3,376,843 

266,626 


S cts. 
171,515 52 


2,118,445 
153,578 


296,140 00 
23,690 50 


517,159 00 
45,099 00 


8,690 1,210 00 


15,818 



237,088 


39,545 00 


Locks of all kinds 

Locomotive and car wheel 

tires of steel in the rough . Cwt. 
Machines and machinery, 

&c. (exports) 




136,586 


353,243 ids.VsVes 




459,081 
451,253 


136,209 50 


337,093 




192,110 
















Briquette making machines 

Buddies, vanners and slime 
tables adapted for use in 
gold mining 




3,742 






27,582 












Charcoal making machinery 














Fertilizer machinery 




11,396 
847,247 










Machinery of a class or kind 
not made in Canada and 
parts *;hereof adapted for 
carding, spinning, weaving, 
braiding or knitting fibrous 
material, when imported by 
manufacturers for such 
purposes 





85,484 09 




893,413 


89,341 30 


Machinery of a class or kind 
not made in Canada for the 

viz. : Brass in bolts, blocks, 
bars, rods, strips, sheets 






Machinery of a class or kind 
not made in Canada and 
1 parts thereof, for the man- 
ufacture of twine, cordage, 
or linen or for the prepara- 




16,351 

(i0,154 

120,409 






43,129 
251,041 

209,717 




Machinery and appliances of 
a kind not made in Canada 
for use exclusively in allu- 
vial gold mining '. 










1 Machinery for well digging 
and apparatus of a class or 
kind not made in Canada 
for drilling for water, na- 
tural gas or oil and for pros- 
pecting for minerals, not to 

J include motive power 











CANADIAN TRADE 



107 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1907. 
(9 mos.) 


1[08. 

.? 

539,220 

302,351 

3,388,665 

458,289 


1909. 

.$ 

24.3,341 

257,783 
765,137 
202,842 


1910. 


1911. 


1907. 
(9 mos.) 


1908. 1909. 1 1910. 


1911. 


458,890 


S 

.388,833 

173,143 

2,169,537 

152,797 


S 

756,236 

417,981 

3,412,418 

266,626 


S 


S 


§ 


S 


391,412 












2,310,892 
198,686 


3,710 
182,174 


17,514 
355,151 


40,726 
116,095 


228, i83 
572,654 


298,472 
180,738 


675 


45,475 


16,575 


8,690 


239,822 














7,180 


9fi 418 


51,790' 13,556 
71 663' 80 .^40 


150 
304,919 












65 367 46 RSf. 


256,835 


336,500 
341,727 


221,808 
274,722 


354,062 
337,093 


4.59,775 
451,253 










178,427 






















747,318 




640,283 


904,541 


588 931 8.^0. .^94 




10,130 
400 


702 


3,742 


27,582 


















2,761 
























11,396 
847,198 














1.57,508 


708,395 


823.698 


893,413 
























1,228 


16,034 
41.5,930 

165,638 


12,288 
269,407 

61,380 


16,351 
60,154 

120,409 


43,129 
251,041 

209,717 












124,552 












228,138 













16 



17 



18 



19 



'20 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — ^Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Consumption. 



of. 



No. 



Metals and minerals and nifn 

— Con. 
Iron and mfrs. of, steel and 

nifrs. of, or both combined — 

Con. 
Machinery &c. — Con. 

Mining, smelting and reduc- 
ing machinery, viz. : Coal 
cutting machines (except 
percussion coal cutters) coal 
heading machines, coal 
augers and rotary coal 
drills, &c. (vide item 460, 
schedule A. Canadian Cus- 
toms Tariff, 1907) 

Alining, smelting and reduc- 
ing machinery, viz. : Blow- 
ers of iron or steel of a class 
or kind not made in Canada 
for use in the smelting of 
ores, or in reduction, sepa- 
ration or refining of metals, 
&c. (vide item 462. schedule 
A. Canadian Customs Tar- 
iff, 1907) .. 

Machinery and structural iron 
for beet root sugar factories 

Grain crushers. .... 

Ore crushers and rock crush- 
ers, stamp mills, Cornish 
and belted rolls, rock drills, 
air compressors, cranes, 
derricks and percussion 
coal cutters 

Windmillsand complete parts 
thereof No 

Portable machines — 

Fanning mills m 

Fodder or feed cutters. ... m 
Horse powers for farm pur- 
poses M 

Portable engines with boil- 
ers in combination, and 
traction engines, for farm 
purposes m 

Portable saw and jilaning 
mills M 

Steam shovels n 

Threshing machine sepa- 
rators II 

Threshing rViachine sepa- 
rators, parts of, including 
wind stackers, baggers, 
weighers and self-feeders 
therefor and finished parts 
thereof for repairs, when 
imported separately 

Portable machines, other 

Parts of above articles 

Lithographic presses and 

tj'pemaking accessories 

therefor 



1910. 



Quantity. ' Value. 



1911. 



Diity. ' Quantit y. 



r6."3,564 



49 



1,036 



831 
180 



51,222 
601 



cts. 



Value. 1 Duty. 



704,878 



165 25 



921 



29,903 
2,405 



48 



1,216 

13 

20 

1,199 



259,311 70,733 90] 

48,310J 9,662 Ooj 

10,854- 2,713 5o' 

1,713 428 25 



3,912 



1,817,209 

12,303 
95,948 

629,799 



344,329 
23,873 

62.000 



782 40 



362,575 35; 

3,383 36l 
26,386 71 j 

125,880 751 



68,865 80 
6,565 13 

6,154 00 



l,482j 

2,2461 
3951 



2 170 

36 

47 

1,286 



^ cts. 



585 95 



265,085 65,638 85 
51,805 10,361 00 
29,319: 7,323 15 



4,177 
281 

3,636,392 

17,204 
296,043 

741,360 



422,044 
43,742 



1,044 25 
56 20 

724,167 75 

4,731 11 
81,411 87 

148,231 50 



84,408 80 
12,004 30 



68,631 6,700 75 



CA]\^ADIAN TRADE 



109 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



TjirORTs. 



Value. 



1«^07. 

■ (9>os. 



1908. 



37,611 



327,6.52 



36,653 
82,653 

78,257 



51,180 



1900. 



1,060,945 



1910. 



520,787 



29,340 
1,259 



115,588 

27,-556 

18,202 
5,«>23 

1,209 



588,234 
38,241 



47,687 

I 

25,804 

2,801 



13,410 

12,317 
263 



765,564 



51,222 
661 



23,360 
2,302. 

2,321 



12,813 
1,746 

958 



10,854 
1,713 

3,9121 



Exports. 



Value. 



1911. 1907. 

(9 nios. 



1008. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



704,878 



29,903 

2,405 



178,9.51 176,014 259,311 271,085 
36,1711 38,2841 48,310 51,805 



29,319 
4,177 

281 



1,034,172 811,621 1,801,209! 3,633,435 



12,.303 17,2041 
95,948 296,043 



23,352 18,759 
71,052 152,027 



386,875 361,897 626,561 742,908 



264,909! 
93,361 



239,031 
19,996 



38,331 27,131 



344,111 

23,873 

02,000 



422,792 
43,742 



68,631. 



10 



11 
12 



2,475 



3,900 



300 



10,126 



13 



14 

15 
16 



17 



no 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statemext showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 

Metals and minerals and manu - 
factures of.— Con. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or both 
combined.— Con.. 
Machinery, &c. — Con. 

Printing presses, newspaper, 
of not less value by retail 
than SI, 500 each, of a class 
or kind not made in Canada No. 


EXTERF.n FOR CONSUMPTION. 


1910. 


1911. 


Quantity . 


Value, i Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


97 


$ 
391,657 


$ cts. 


114 


% 

504,556 
392,873 

265,810 

43,189 

3.01.525 

108,957 


.$ cts. 


326.185 


32,123 40 


.38,290 40 
26,192 15 


Machines specially designed 
for ruling, folding, binding, 
embossing, creasing or cut- 
ting paper or cardboard, 
when for use exclusively by 
printers, bookbinders and 
by manufacturers of art- 
icles made from paper or 
cardboard, including parts 
thereof, composed wholly 
or in part of iron, steel, 
brass or wood No. 

Sewing machine attachments 

Sewing machines No. 

Sewing machines, parts of 


310 
16^430 


197,004 
35,769 


19,727 04 




1,015 


323,240' 95.435 60 
101.584 28,530 70 


14,968 


103,134 20 
30,738 20 


Slot machines No. 

Machines, typecasting and 
typesetting and partsthere- 
of, adapted for use in print- 








66 
9,319 
6,538 


297,071 59.405 43 


134 

11,230 

5,751 


226,325 

686,936 

36,373 

12,556,876 


45,265 00 


Machines, typewriting. ... .i 
M washing n 

All machinery, composed 
wholly or in part of iron or 
steel, N.O.P., and iron or 
steel castings and iron or 
steel integral parts of all 
machinery specified in tariff 
item 453 


670,165 
36,178 

7,136,558 


167,5.38 20 
9,935 52 

1,901,591 94 


171,718 93 
9,943 97 

3,309,865 37 












14,701,727 3,084,067 32 




22,911,571 


4,971.155 00 






--*■«-»• 




1 








Manufactured articles of iron 
or steel or brass which at the 
time of their importation are 
of a class or kind not manu- 
factured in Canada, when 
imported for u.se in the con- 
struction of iron or steel ships 
or vessels 




76,526 

313,928 

9,140 

28,753 

4,977 
50,320 






89,145 

5,859 

8,717 

31,311 

9,657 
71,135 




Materials to be used in Canada 
for the construction of 
bridges and tunnels crossing 
the boundary 










Nails, spikes, composition and 
sheathing nails Lbs . 

Nails, brads, spikes and tacks 
of all kmds, N.O.P „ 

Nails and spikes, cut (ordinary 
builders') u 

Railway spikes n 


255,728 

48.3,266 

246,100 
2,984,200 


1,289 05 

10,236 64 

1,222 30 
14,827 00 


192,918 

538,981 

469,600 
4,458,300 


1,184 35 

10,697 70 

2,346 20 
22,119 30 



CANADIAN TRADE 



HI 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



257,142 



280,867 



43,615 

259,311 

16,547 



59,474 
283,494 



1908. 



361,278 
257,522 



135,899 

36,850 

r 268,505 

\ 9(5,745 

22,569 



250,688 
547,737 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



172,384 
160,840 



88,493 

33,038 

212,t)65 

52,044 

7,829 



114,203 
448,477 



391,657 
325,377 



504,5.56 
392,875 



1907. 

(9 mos.) 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



197,004 265,810' . . 

35,769 43,189 . . 

319.2191 351.4.51 1 

101,584 108,957 / 



33,757 



297.071 229,406 

685,7.59 875,494 

36,178 36,361 



90,561 



124,612 173,414 



5,040,990 8,054,408 5,558,794' 7,143,63fljl2,748,746 
9,047,285 14,642, 291110, 423,59614,700,0.59 23,100,335 



131,046 



69,257 
161,572 



146,335 

210,862 



51,252 53,6491 33,887 



88,392 

31,083 

4,042 

11,874 



108,653 

122,143 

2,632 

16,443 



I 90,105' f log? 



69,459 

273,158 

4,981 

22,714 

6,7841 
34,260 



76,526 

313,928 

8,956 

28,762 

5,005 
50,320 



805,086 1,228,406 



89,145 

5,859 

8,642 

31,318 

9,657 
71,135 



1,074,640 



23,993 
316,814 



1,364,915 



1911 



248,978 



41,730 
389,202 



1,437,354 



11 



12 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 







Entebeo for 


Consumption. 




1910. 




1911. 


ARTICLES. 










Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Metals and minerals and manu- 














factures of. — CCM. 




$ 


$ cts 




$ 


$ cts. 


Iron iind manufactures of, steel 














and manufactures of, or both 














combined — Con. 














Nails, wire of all kinds,N.O.P. Lbs. 


837,500 


33,457 


5,035 00 


1,077,400 


41,599 


6,459 60 


Plough plates or shares or 














mould boards, land sides and 














other plates for agricultural 














implements, cut to shape 














from rolled plates of steel but 














not moulded, punched, pol- 














ished or otherwise manufac- 














tured Cwt. 


103,027 


289,044 




164,052 


512,857 




Pulleys, belt, for power trans- 
mission , . , 














Pumps, hand, N.O,P No. 


' ■ ■ Umi 


' " " 72^660 


22,904 'so 


" " 2()i942 


■ ' 97;224 


"29',i24'53 


Railway bars or rails of any 














form Tons 


50,108 


1,398,373 


321,612 50 


32,784 


895,981 


224,420 50 


Railway fish-plates m 


2,526 


109,114 


18,021 00 


1,489 


60,788 


11,687 00 


Railway tie-plates u 


1,399 


47,275 


11,192 00 


957 


35,399 


7,656 00 


Rolls of chilled iron or steel Cwt. 


751 


3,191 


889 80 


3,292 


10,526 


3,044 70 


Rolled iron or steel, and cast 














steel in bars, bands, hoops, 














scroll or strip, .sheet or plate. 














of any size, thickness or 














width, galvanized or coated 














with any material or not, and 














steel blanks for the manu- 














facture of milling cutters, 














when of greater value than 3i 

cts. per lb n 

Rolled iron orsteel beams,chan- 


/ 71,716 
t 59,261 


415,331 


21,026 64 


106,676 


621,431 


31,071 55 


412,110 




82,746 


531,804 








nels, angles, and other rolled 














shapes of iron or steel, not 














punched, drilled, or further 














manufactured than rolled. 














weighing not less than 35 lbs. 














per lineal yard, not being 














square, flat, oval or round 




\ 








shapes, and not being railway 














bars or rails t 


1,674,455 


2,011,445 


235,913 65 


2,499,706 


3,209,773 


347,922 20 


Rolled iron or steel angles, tees, 














beams, channels, girders and 














other rolled shapes or sections, 














not punched, drilled or furth- 










• 




er manufactured than rolled, 














N.O.P 


831,933 


1,084,9501 274.614 89 


1,130,321 


1,580,387 


361,893 74 


Flat eye bar blanks, not punch- 














ed nor drilled, for use exclu- 




























bridges, or of steel structural 














work, or in car construction h 


3,980 


5,911 


597 00 


137 


3,800 


401 00 


Safes and doors for, and vaults 




140,274 


42,081 00 




193,530 


58,051 80 


Scales, balances and weighing 










beams and strength-testing 














machines 




119,447 


35,530 10 




113,176 


3.3,728 00 


Scrap-iron and scrap-steel, old 












and fit only to be remanu- 














factured, being part of or re- 




























wrecked in waters subject to 














the jurisdiction ot Canada.. Cwt. 


800 


100 




1,230 


730 





CAXADIAN TRADE 



113 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. .10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Value. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos. ) 



12, .586 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



1907. 

(9 mos.) 



27,035 25,329' 33,512 41,589 



188,934 

470 
153,095 

1,867,865 

\ 215,045 

32,293 



207,966 



80,235 



144,288 289,044 



54,442 



72,612 



512,857 



97,201 



1,278,084, 797,479! 1,398,373 895,984 

/ 55,193 67,045 109,1141 60,788 

I 40,046 15,147 47,275 35,399 

6,930i 5,056l 3,191 10,526 



748,809 494,621 
148,906j 441,416 



704,889 



-1,713,554 

139,171 
106,186 



2,202,516 

f 1,064,956 
I 

1 

L 5,224 
147,004 



269,151^ 415,422 621,519 ) 
264,731 412,110 531,804 J 



1,444,741 2,011,445 3,209,773 



553,7451 1,085,084; 1,580,387 



80 
92,491 



196,9771 173,.527 



6,197 176,518 
10-8 



5,911' 3,800 
140,710 193,.53o' 

119,349 113,086| 



100 



730: 



1908. 



1909. 1910. 



15 



114 



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No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered foe Consumption. 




1910. 


1911. 




Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty, 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 

2 
3 

4 
5 


Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of. — Con. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or 
both combined. — Con. 

Screws, iron and steel, common- 
ly called wood screws, 
N.O.P., including lag or 
coach screws, plated or not 
and machine or other screws, 
_ N.O.P Gross 

Shafting, round, steel, in bars 
not exceeding 2^ inches in 
diameter Cwt. 

Skelp iron cr steel, sheared or 
rolled in grooves, imported 
by manufacturers of wrought 
iron or steel pipe, for use ex- 
clusively in the manufacture 
of wrought iron or steel pipe 
in their own factories 

Skates, of all kinds, roller or 
other, and parts thereof Prs. 

Steel balls, adapted for use on 
bearings of machinery or 
vehicles 

Steel valued at 2^ cts. per lb. 
and upwarQs,for''manufacture 
of skates 


151,389 
43,971 

1,222,161 
96,061 

f 


29,189 
76,756 

1,546.580 
45,908 

14,725 
3,688 


S cts. 

9,896 66 
18,873 61 

77,329 00 
19,555 08 

1,566 21 


249,613 
58,585 

1,191,529 
138,766 


$ 

47,268 
119,498 

1,598,385 
80,255 

15,613 
3,200 


S cts. 

16,395 97 
28,897 41 

79,919 25 
28,030 50 

1,561 30 








6 










7 


Steel for sa\^s and straw cutters 
cut to shape but not further 
manufactured Cwt . 

Steel, crucible sheet, 11 to 16 
gauge, 2i to 18 inches wide, 
imported by manufacturers 
of mower and reaper knives 
for the manufacture of such 
knives in their own factories i. 

Steel, flat cold rolled, not over 
^ inch thick, for use only in 
the manuf. of cups and cones 
for ball bearings . . >, 

Steel plates or sheets, cold 
rolled, for the manufacture 
of mower bars. . i, 


19,145 

13,830 

396 
6,161 

316,760 


158,438 

55,095 

1,429 
' 12,324 

390,953 




22,89& 
14,118 


181,866 
57,518 




8 






9 


71 45 
1,153 00 

50,018 03 




10 


15,893 
487,764 


35,789 
655,047 


3,578 90 
72,692 00 


11 
12 


rolled edge bridge plates over 
12 inches wide, imported by 

manufacturers of bridges „ 

Steel, under ^ inch in diameter, 
or under J inch square, im- 
ported by the manufacturers 
of cutlery, or of knobs, or of 
locks, for use exclusively in 
the manufacture of such ai ti- 
des in their own factories 


13 


Steel, of No. 20 gauge and 
thinner, but not thinner than 
No. 30 gauge, to be used in 
the manufacture of corset 
steel, clock springs, and shoe 
shanks Cwt. 


87 


360 




1,189 


2,771 





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115 



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into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Voniinued. 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1907. 

(9 mos.) 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 

28,915 
76,756 

1,546,580 
45,908 

14,72r. 

3,688 


1911. 

$ 

47,271 
119,498 

1,598,385 
80,255 

15,613 
3,206 


1907. 

(9 mos. ) 


1908 


1909. 


1910. 1911. 


S 
24,561 


41,141 
89,428 

1,201,942 
94,616 

13,718 
4,409 


$ 

19,419 
53,747 

925,417 
49,164 

11,474 
2,326 


s 


S 


S 


s 












965 335 












73,273 

5,054 












1 










1,988 
5 582 


/ 


- 








126,328 
35,947 


158,379 
49,779 


96,305 
50,726 


158,438 

55,095 

1,429 
12,324 

390,953 


181,866 
57,518 





































35,789 
655,047 












241,327 

5,886 


415,686 


370,650 






















823 


1,228 


5 


360 


2,771 













10-8| 



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No, 16 — Itemized Statemext showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 


Entered kor Consumption. 




1910. 


1911. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Mstals and minerals and manu- 
factures of. — Con. 

Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or both 
combined. — Con. 

Steel wire, flat, of No. 16 gauge 
or thinner, imported by the 
manufacturers of crinoline or 
corset wire and dress stays, 
&c Cwt. 

Steel of No. 12 gauge and thin- 
ner, but n 'tthiniierthan No. 
30 gauge, imported by manu- 
•"aeturers of buckle clasps, 
bed -fasts, furniture casters 
and ice creepers „ 

Steel, flat, spring, steel billets 
and steel axle-bars imported 
by manufacturers of carriage 
springs and carriage axles for 
use exclusively in the manu- 
facture of springs and axles 
for carriages or vehicles other 
than railway or tramway. . . . 


12,950 
3,123 


46,665 
7,859 


$ cts. 


6,286 
4,704 


• 

40,240 

14,268 


$ cts. 






• 




Steel, spiral springs, for spiral 
springs for railways imported 
by the manufacturers of rail- 
way springs for use exclu- 
sively in the manufacture of 
railway spiral springs 















Steel sprmgs for the manufac- 
tures of surgical trusses im- 
ported by manafacturers for 
use in their factories Cwt. 

Steel for the manufacture of 
bicycle chains imported by 
manufacturers for use in 
their factories 


23 


479 




12 


438 






1 




Steel, in bars or sheets, to be 
used exclusively in the manu- 
facture of shovels, when im- 
ported by manufacturers of 
shovels Cwt. 

Steel, chrome steel ,, 


27,723 
4,028 


36,437 
17,581 


4,105 70 
2,637 15 


31,121 
7,711 


44,546 
30,691 


4,549 OO 
4,600 15 


Steel, for the manufacture of 
files, auger, auger bits, ham- 
mers, axes, hatchets, scythes, 
reaping hooks, hoes, hand- 
rakes, hay or straw knives, 
wind mills and agricultural 
or har vesting foi-ks imported, 
&c 




Steel imported by manufac- 
tures of rifles for use in manu- 
facturing rough parts of rifles 
when such parts are to be 
used in rifles for the Govern- 
ment of Canada 




4,180 











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117 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into aud Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Value. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9mos.) 



1908. 1909. 



19,7251 24,63] 



26,495 



3,640 4 245 4,385 



57,539 



1910. 



1911. j 1907. ! 1908. 

I (9lIJ08.) 



1909. , 1910. 



1911. i 



46,665 



7,859 



40,240 



14,268 



r4,695 



976 



1,396 



r06 774 



479 



438 



48,063 
15,826 21,785 



88,963 



25,022 36,437 
13,947' 17, .581 



44,546 
30,691 



4,180 



10 



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No. 16 — Itemized Statemext showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



8 



12 



15 



16 



18 



19 



Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of. — Con. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufacti;res of, or both 
combined. — Con. 
Steel of No. 24 and 17 gauge, 
in sheets 63 inches long, and 
from 18 inches to 32 niches 
wide, imported by the manu- 
facturers of tubular bow 
sockets for use in the manu- 
facture of such articles in 

their own factories Cwt. 

Steel wool n 

Steel, manufactures of : — 
Penknives, jack knives, and 

pocket knives of all kinds 

Knives and forks of steel, 

plated or not, N.O.P 

All other cutlerj-, N.O.P.. 

Bayonets, swords, fencing 

foils and masks 

Guns, rifles, including air 
guns and air I'ifles (not 
being toys), muskets, 
cannons, pistols, revolvers 

or other firearms 

Gun barrels in single tubes, 

forged roughbored 

Needles, of any material or 

kind, N.O.P .... 

Surgical and dental instru- 
ments and surgical needles ....... 

Surgical operating tables for 
use in hospitals. X-ray ap- 
paratus and parts thereof, 
and miscroscopes valued at 
not less than 850 each by 

retail 

Knife blades, or blanks, and 
forks of iron or steel, in the 
rough, not handled, tiled, 
ground or otherwise manu- 
factured , 

Steel manufactures of (exports) 

Stoves of all kinds, for coal, 

wood, oil, spirits or gas 

Stove urns of metal, and dove- 
tails, chaplets and hinge 
tubes of tin for use in the 

manufacture of stoves ... 

Sad or smoothing, hatters' and 

tailors' irons 

Rolled iron and steel rods, 
not over half an inch in 
diameter or width, for the 
maMufaeture of horseshoe 

nails Cwt. 

Swedish rolled iron and Swe- 
dish rolled steel nail rods 
under half an inch in diameter 
for the manufacture of horse- 
shoe nails " 

Tacks, shoe Lbs. 



Entered for Consumption. 



1910. 



Quantity. 



1,565 
126 



Value. 



Duty. 



$ cts, 



3,090 

2,418 265 91 



74,868; 16,248 10 

201,445' 45,981 08 
507,612 147,320 " 

6,043 1,679 60 



377,95C 

188 

101,496 

209,302 



40,927 



95 



2,917 



492,538 

17,136 

5,556 

5,602 



Quantity. 



1,440 
452 



109,324 90 



25.005 10 



6 60 



123,086 05 

1,713 60 
1,630 80 



19,208 39,313 

23,427' 2,519' 867 87 



1911. 



Value. 



.3,1.S2 
2,989 



100,318 

263,804 
677,030 

9,810 



622,037 

1,372 

118,783 

259,415 



55,164 



388 



694,.389 

I 22,370 
5,596 



Duty. 



S cts. 



294 15 



22,716 35 

58,444 81 
174,253 61 

2,620 80 



169,873 80 



29,699 24 



38 80 



173,355 05 

2,237 00 
1,662 00 



20,420 47,039 

11,952 1,634 565 90 



i 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports 

Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos. ) 



1908. 



\ 



3,477 
341 



72,451 

220,703 
277,225 

1,845 



572,173 



74,020 
154,667 



5,832 
1,584 



132,026 

319,362 
498,079 

4,381 



632,153 



95,344 
159,120 



29,212 



1,175 202 



1909. 



1910. 



2,025 



102,9x9 



1911. 



.3,090 3,132 
2,418 2,989| 



74,965 100,318 



168.032 201,364 264.185 
359,275, 508,599| 679,207 

7,669; 6,1031 9,810 



447,512 377,612 

j 188 

69,5761 101,708 

166,363 209,302 



28,828 



\ f 470,627 3.55, 

I 433,587 ] 



622,341 

1,372 

119,072 

259,415 



40,927 55,164 



95 



433 494,144 



,267 
11,304] 7,706 



33,766 
547 



44,168 
1,033 



14,753^ 17,136 
5,836 5,556 



22,370 
5,596 



5,602 



39,002 39,313 
1,929 2,519 



47,039 
1,634 




Exports. 



Value. 



1907. I 1908. 
(9 mos.) 



12,036 



1909. 



1910. 



12,490 18,269 



1,711,240 
8,569 



1911. 



23,970 



1,163,585 1,.391,120 
12,058 19,141 



11 



14 



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No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ENTEREn FOR CONSUilPTION. 



ARTICLES. 



1910. 



Quantity . 



14 



Dc 



Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of. — Con. 

Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or 
both combined — Con. 

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 

Files and rasps, N.O.P 

Saws . 

Tools, hand or machine, of 
all kinds, N.O.P 

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 manufacture 
of rifles for the Government 
of Canada 

Materials or jjarts in the rough 
unfinished, and screws, nuts, 
bands and springs, to be used 
in rifles to be manufactured 
at any such factory for the 
Government of Canada 

Tubing, lacquered or brass 
covered, not over two inches 
in diameter, and brass trim- 
mings, when imported by 
manufacturers of iron or 
brass bedsteads for use ex- 
clusively in the manufacture 
of such articles in their own 
factories. 

Tubing, lacquered or brass 
covered, nut o\er two inches 
in diameter, brass cased rods 
and brass trimmings, when 
im|X)rted by manufacturers 
of carriage I'ails fur use ex- 
clusively in the manufacture 
of such articles in their own 
factories.. 

Tubes for boilers of wrought 
iron or steel, including flues 
and corrugated tubes for 
marine boilers 

Tubes, seamless steel, for 
bicycles 

Tubing, iron, for manufacture 
of extension rods for win- 
dows {O.C., Nov. 27, 1907).. 

Tubing, seamless, valued at not 
less than 3^ cents {jer lb Cwt . 

Tubing, rolled or drawn, 
square, for use in the 
manufacture of agricultural 
implements 



Value. Duty . 



$ i $ cts. 



6,.593 



63,078 18,130 50 

35,667 8,020 40 

83,927 23.941 20 

80,677 24,157 50 

628,471 188,269 98 



9,331 



1911. 



Quantity . 



Value. Duty. 



$ $ cts. 



7,993 



67,1321 18,922 38 

45, 361 1 10,165 15 

121,165 33,687 25 

113,4011 33,595 80 



767,628 



22.5,690 05 



54,068 



6,166 



50,067' 



175,622 



12,266 



522,904 



5,039 
1,448 



5,366 

27,497 
11,758 



5,942 
163 



173,690 



11,606 



573,579 







8,612 

45,605 
20,015 

1,894 




1,393 88 


12,016 
2,751 


2,280 25 


297 10 


94 70 




I 





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121 



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into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports . 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



I 



GO, 952 

18,074 

71,859 

166,571 

902,343 



7,166 



53,601 



199,402 



.WJ,745 
103,818 

11,560 



1908. 



1909. 



76,9.34' 47,662 

3.5,457i 26,716 

87,196 76,561 

181,615 73,173 



1,017,857 



.3,764 



5,6781 



15,148 



684,499 



4,938 



14,720 



180,645 103,476 



10,3021 3,927 



655,203 415,068 



."^,045 29,942 
3,800i 10.465 



r,884 



3,441 

24,237 

2,233 



4,636 



1910. 



63,335 

3.5,738 
83,936 
80,681 

628,793 



9,331 



1911. 



67,132 

4.5,631 

121,165 

113,409 

768,087 



6,166 



54, 068 i 50,067 



175,622 



173,690 



12,266 11,606 



1907. 
(9 mos. 



522,904 573,579 j 



5,866 
27,497 

11,758 



5,942 
163 



8,642 
45,605 
20,015 



1,894 



Exports. 



Value. 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



86,606 



72,979 



86,383 



129,888 



10 
11 



12 
13 



14 



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No. 16— Itemized SxATEiiEXx showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Consumption. 




1910. 


1911. 






Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Metals and minerals and nifrs. of 
—Con. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or 
both conibmed — Con. 
Tubes of rolled steel, seam- 
less not jointed or welded, 
not more than li inch in 

diameter, _N.O.P 

Tubing or pipe of iron or steel, 
plain or galvanized, riveted, 
corrugated or otherwise spec- 
ially manufactured, includ- 
ing' lock joint pipe, N.O.P 

Tubing, wrought iron or steel, 
plain or galvanized, thread- 
ed and coupled or not, 4 
inches or less in diameter, 
N.O.P 




■ 
11,459 

194,545 
332,215 
683,763 


$ cts. 




$ 

17,777 
285,19;} 

394,013 

503,206 


■? cts. 


2 
3 


54,288 20 
111,804 01 
100,944 45 




73,762 90 

124,428 25 

66,702 10 


4 

5 


Tubing, wrought iron or steel, 
plain or galvanized, threaded 
and coupled or not, over 4 
inches in diameter, N.O.P 

Other iron or steel tubes or 
pipes, N.O.P 







6 


Ware— Galvanized ' sheet iron 
or of galvanized sheet steel, 
manufactures of, N.O.P 

Ware — Agate, granite or enam- 




143,374 
42,507 


47,680 03 
11,737 70 








7 




167,693 

79,507 
3,575 

22,599 
1,143 

65,448 
32 


55,035 19 
22,765 70 


8 


Ware— Iron or steel hollow- 
ware, plain, black or coated, 
N.O.P., and nickel and alum- 
inium kitchen or household 
hollow ware, N.O.P 




q 


Wire bale ties Bdls. 

Wirebound wooden pipe and 
iron or steel pipe, not butt or 
lap welded, not less than 
thirty inches internal diame- 
ter, when for use exclusively 
in alluvial gold mining 




3,514 


1,072 50 


10 




47,488 
185 

51,688 
157 


4,748 40 
46 25 

7,746 35 


2,259 1)0 


11 


Wirebound wooden pipe, N. 

O.P 




285 75 


12 
13 


Wire, buckthorn strip, fencing, 
woven wire fencing and wire 
fencing of iron or steel, N.O. 
P., not to include woven wire 
or netting made from wire 
smaller than No. 14 gauge, 
not to include fencing of wire 
larger than No. 9 gauge Lbs. 

Wire, steel strip and flat steel, 
imported by manuf.tcturers 
of plain strip fencing for use 
m their own factories in the 
jnanuf acture thereof Cwt. 


1,598,471 
19 


1,840,681 
8 


9,785 20 



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123 



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into and Exports from Canada, <S:c. — Continued. 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1907. 
(9 nios.) 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


1907. 
(9 raos.) 


1908. 


1909. 1910. 


1911. 

S 


7,952 


10,423 
221,140 

322,358 

371,795 


7,181 
167,803 

212.476 

245,273 


11,459 
194,552 

332,532 

683,857 


8 

17,777 
285,190 

394,693 

503,206 


S 


S 


S 


s 












183,150 






( 




353,890 






i 
1 

1 

1 




61,773 










23,508 


113,527 

34,162 
685 

130,265 
29 

57,924 
871 


122,675 

20,910 
5,635 

16,850 


143,296 
42,378 

47,488 
185 

51,688 
157 


j 










124,359 


171,736 










70,443 


79,928 













4,566 


3,575 












22,599 
1,143 

65,448 
32 
























23,609 


4.5,513 
109 


83 














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No. 16 — Itemized Statemext showing the Values of Imports 







Entered for 


Consumption. 








1910. 




1911. 


ARTICLES, 












Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty, 


Quantity. 


Value, j Dutj\ 


Metals and minerals and manu- 












factures of— Con. 




S ) S cts. 




S 


S cts. 


Iron and manufactures of, steel 














and manufactures of, cr 














both combined — Con. 














Wire, barbed fencing, of iron 














or steel Cwt. 


351, o7t) 


76.5,427 


345,108 


743,527 




Wire, single or several, cov- 




1 








ered with cotton, linen, silk, 














rubber or other material, 














including cable so covered. Lbs. 


3,157,730 


329,229 


83,296 10 


3,576,896 


495,560 128,761 70 


Wire,ironorsteel,galvanized, 


I 763,538 










Nos. 9, 12 and 13 gauge. . . Cwt. 


1,. 52 4, 742 




637, .S93 


i,2'43,586 


Wire of iron and steel, all 








kinds, N.O.P 


77,131 


210,030 41,440 89 


89,700 


271,402 


51,881 40 


Wire rope, stranded or twist- 




1 








ed wire, clothes lines, ])ic- 












ture or other twisted wire. 












and wire cables, N.O.P. . . u 


.53,393 


345,756 04,964 10 


75,258 


530,054 


104,822 15 


Wire, steel, valued at not 




1 








less than 2| cents per pound 












when imported by manu- 














facturers of ro]3e for use 










1 


exclusively in the manu- 










faccure of rope n 


34,765 


136,715 


46,311 


180,832 


Wire, crucible cast steel, val- 
ued at not less than 6c. p. lb. Lbs, 


/ 114,770 
L 6,264 


24,743 
1,450 


1,.504 27 


176,173 
16,939 


32,166 
2,479 


1,608 30 


W ire cloth, or wove wire and 






netting of iron and steel . . m 


1,347,439 


76,792' 19,512 50 


2,553,155 


140,037 


35,208 10 


Wire screens, doors and win- 
















9,623! 2,782 40 




20,005 


5,476 80 


Wire rigging for ships and 














6,509 


31.389 


2,353 


15,967 




Wire, steel, Bessemer, soft 










drawn spring of Nos. 10, 12 














and 13 gauge, respectively. 














and homo steel spring wire 














of Nos. 11 and 12 gauge. 




1 








. respectively, imported by 




1 








manufacturers of wire mat- 














tresses, to be used in their 
















8,610 


21,885 




9,173 


22,831 




All other manufactures, arti- 






cles or wares of iron or 














steel, or of which iron or 














steel (or either) are the 














component materials of 












chief value, N.O.P 




4,991,498 1,466,246 69 




7,122,976 


2,060,999 73 








Total iron and steel and mfrs. of. 


.59,452,946 10,230,066 50 




81,771,478 14,?16,590 87 


Lead and manufactures of :— 












Old, scrap, pig and blocks, . . Cwt. 


113,249 


191,971 19,808 40 


116,655 


334,159 


33,532 75 


Bars and in sheets n 


11,446 


37, 004 i 5,778 50 


15,587 


55,312 


9,302 10 


Pipe Lbs, 


107,467 


3,822; 866 20 


474,965 


17,985 


3,703 90 


Shot and bullets i. 


3,850 
2,21£,903 


162' 33 10 


10,253 


447 


97 20 


Tea lead n 


120,649: 


2,238,731 


110,011 




Nitrate and acetate of, not 






ground ti 


503,503 


26 392' 


700,147 


36,571 


' 






Manufactures of, N.O.P .. 


1 110,297 


31,165 26 




106,805 28,654 84 






Total lead and manufactures of. 


490,297 57,651 46 

1 ; 




661,290, 75,290 79 



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125 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 




1907. 

( UlOS. ) 


1908. 

3 

572,766 

443,023 

1,341, 4i6 

312,081 

411,446 

142,467 

23,689 
2,765 

85,769 

7,378 

27,686 

24,202 

3,990,897 
62,499,1.56 


1909. 

$ 

567,236 

279,297 

858; 129 
136,960 

242,976 

85,714 

14,964 
1,830 

74,422 

5,864 

22,823 

15,565 

3,342,057 
40,776,536 


1910. 

765,427 
330,295 


1911. 

743,527 
515,098 


1907. 
(9 mos.) 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


815,084 

264,595 
458,082 


§ 


S 


S 


$ 


S 


1 








402,373 
231,963 

217,829 


1,524,742 
211,045 

345,759 

136,715 

24 743 
1,450 

76,792 

9,623 

31,389 

21,885 
5,025,560 


1,243,580 
271,454 

556,183 

180,832 

32,166 
2,479 

140,000 
20,065 
15,967 

22,831 
7,116,821 


j 




' 
























7,076 


1 








77,501 
33,092 

8,513 

17,302 


i 


























1],849 
3,031,384 






























9,826,382 


44,604,699 


59,719,739 82,086,492 


4,242,579 


6,191,483 


6,880,236 


7,949,186 


293,453 

56,689 

3,884 

4,023 

79,732 

25,631 


284,642 

75,186 

11,802 

1,221 

118,635 

24,218 


151,261 

46,007 

8,844 

482 

109,335 

16,507 


191,986 

36,762 

3,822 

162 

120,649 

26,392 


334,173 

55,312 

17,985 

- 491 

110,011 

36,571 




















































639,548 


1,088,163 


380,521 


531,894 


100,947 


74,659 


121,898 
637,602 


92,118 
424,554 


105,719 
485,492 


108,167 












538,071 


662,710 


639,548 


1,088,163 


380,521 


.531,894 


100,947 



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14 



15 



20 



23 



ARTICLES. 




E> 


'TEKKD FOE 


Consumption. 




1910. 


1911. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of — Coil. 
Tin and manufactures of (ex- 
ports) 




S 


$ cts. 




S 


S cts. 


Tin crystals 




2,825 
77 

307,003 
1,005,467 
2,404,777 

102,294 






4,033 

48 

407,003 
1,242,436 
2,859,611 




Tin, strip waste Lbs. 

Tinware, japanned, or not 
and all manufactures of 
tin, N.O.P 


4,700 


70,754 32 


8,000 




92,840 25 


Tin in blocks, pigs or bars. . , Cwt. 

Tin plates and sheets n 

Tinfoil Lbs. 

Total tin and manufactures of. 

Zinc, manufactures of, X.O.P 

tr in blocks, pigs and sheets 

and plates Cwt. 

ti spelter in blocks and pigs, n 
II seamless, drawn tubing, . Lbs. 

Total zinc and manufactures of. 

Miscellaneous metals and min- 
erals and manufactures of, 
N.E.S. :- 

Alumina , Cwt. 

Aluminium, manufactures of, 
NO. P.. 

Aluminium in ingots, blocks 
or bars, strips, sheets or 
plates Lbs. 


33,683 
797,323 
817,979 


35,706 

880,504 

1,01.3,763 






133,753' 








3,822,443 


70,754 32! 


4,647,784( 92,840 25 











35,040 
132,001 


15,495 

201,777 
658,285 


.3,837 35 


34,659 
98,372 


24,128 

206,746 
505,447 


5,791 80 


















875,557 


3,837 35 


736,321 


5,791 80 


155,130 

2,045,149 
2,386 


322,566 
46,795 

424,006 

1,123 


1 
176..5,34 


3.53,872 
90,454 

782,254 

4,716 




11,763 66 


3,668,239 
10,874 


22,345 00 


Aluminium tubing in lengths 
of not less than 6 feet, not 
bent, &c 1 

Antimony ore (exports) 










Arsenic (exports) 








Asbestos (exports) 














Asbestos in any form other 
than crude, and all manu- 
factures of 




198,710 
30,349 


48,058 94 
4,177 50 




254,331 
26,510 


60,45() 85 
3,689 35 


Babbit metal in blocks, bars, 
plates and sheets 






Barytes (exports) 






Bird, parrot, squirrel and rat 
cages of wire and metal parts 
thereof 




5,088 

9.029 
11,930 

23,578 
18,953 
21,584 


1,775 05 
"2,383 'so 




5 703 


1 QftO 'iO 


Bismuth, metallic, in its natural 

state. . . , Lbs. 

Black lead 


5,638 


2,898 


4,760 

10 728 "> <i'^7 .^0 


Blanketing and lapping and 
disc or mills for engraving 
copper rollers, imported by 
cotton manufacturers, calico 
printers and wall paper 
manufacturers 




13,601 
25,093 

17,887 




Britannia metal, manufactures 
of, not plated 




5,184 75 




6,770 56 


Britannia metal in pigs, blocks 
and bars . . Cwt. 


688 




595 





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127 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. Exports. 


i 
Value. Value. 


1907. 
(9mos.) 


1908. 


1909. 

1 


1910. 


1911. 


1907. 
(9 mos.) 


1908. 


1909. 1910. 


1911. 

$ 
52,155 


$ 


$ 


$ 


25,671 


670,024 


40,891 87,430 


2,663 

248 


2,894 
308 

257, 43S 

1,282,004 

2,437,540 

79,897 

4,060,081 

19,187 

191,081 

314,369 

53 

524,690 

200,441 
37,197 

131,762 


1,365 


2,825 

77 

306,725 
1,005,467 
2,404,777 

102,294 

3,822,165 

15,495 

201,777 
658,285 


4,933 

48 

407,820 
1,242,436 
2,859,611 

133,753 








243,481 
891 700 


235,927 

980,714 

1,682,366 

85,058 

2,985,430 

15,610 

141,066 
310,688 






. . 1 




1,.518,777 
64 847 






: 






! ' 












2,719,716 


4,648,601 


25,671 


670,024 


40,891 87,430 


52,155 


12,556 

126,221 
269,044 


24,171 

206,746 
505,447 


















........ ... ...... 


















467,364 


875,557 















407,821 


736,364 


















206,181 
20,656 

218,.399 


60,240 
30,076 

167,019 

42 


322,.560 
47,903 

424,006 

1,123 


353,872 

88,737 

782,254 
4,716 




4,932 
1,048,.533 






1,648 
811,902 


2,590 6,413 
331,094 1,202,768 


2,312 
907,000 






31,477 
4,958 


23,148 
19.8.38 


204, 1,855 
57, 124 j 160.287 


17,173 

69,381 

2,076,477 












127,509 
46,937 


191,204 
38,965 


181,710 
46,581 

4,037 

1,133 
11,065 

7,314 
19,085 

28,802 


198,756 
30,346 


254,331 
26,533 


1,206,776 1,730J55 


1,758,057 


1,886,613 


6^800 











2,750 


13,690 1.50 




4,237 
5 926 


6,373 

6,416 
8,890 

12,975 
25,045 
13,267 


5,088 

9,029 
11,674 

23,578 
18,950 

21,584 


5,703 

4,760 
10,099 

13,601 
25,093 

17,887 




















16,457 

8,741 

15,371 

9,960 
















. 










i 













19 



22 



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No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



12 



13 



ARTICLES. 




B^ 


TERED FOR 


Consumption. 




1910. 


1911. 


Quantit;-. 


1 

Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


( 
Value. 


Duty. 


Metals and minerals and mfrs. of — Con. 
Miscellaneous metals and min- 
erals and mfrs. of — Con. 
Bronze, phosphor bronze, phos- 
phor tin, in blocks, bars, 
sheets and wire 




13,476 


$ cts. 
1,206 73 




$ 

17,415 
150,373 

3,662 

48,244 

37,553 
12,962 


$ cts. 
1,554 15 


Bronze statuettes or ornaments 
Buckles of iron or steel, brass 

or copper of all kinds, N.O.P. 

(not being jewellery) 








120,187 

3,862 
28,409 

24,810 
12,621 


35,105 04 
382 25 




43,336 63 
366 20 


Composition metal and plated 
metal, in bars, ingots or cores, 
for che manufacture of watch 
cases, jewellery, filled gold 
and silver seamless wire 

Cryolite or kryolite Cwt. 

Frames not more than 10 inches 
in width, clasps and fasteners 
adapted for use in the man- 
ufacture of purses and chat- 
elaine bags or reticules. . 


"5,446 


9,618 


5,003 80 
3,770 60 


7,510 30 


Furniture springs. 




3,888 60 


Gai'den 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-holders 




385,220 
56,521 
45,207 

.56,726 
40,340 


114,307 60 
16,672 30 
14,227 09 

14,853 08 
3,209 15 




507,574 
86,936 
69,146 

72,297 
79,C89 


150,160 80 


Gas mantles and incandescent 
gas burners 




25,779 10 


Gas meters and finished parts 
thereof 




22,514 26 


German, Nevada and nickel 
silver, manufactures of, not 
plated 




18,601 20 


Ingot moulds, glass moulds of 
metal 


{ 




5,997 10 


Jewellers' sweepings 






1,715 

2,386 

709,502 




" "238'60 

208,560 70 




10,042 
1,752 

887,520 




Lamp springs and clock springs 




175 20 


Lamp, side lights and head 
lights, lanterns and chande- 
liers. 





256,388 70 


Manganese ore (e.xports) . . . . 


...'.; ■ 




Meerschaum, crude or raw ... . Lbs. 

Metal parts adapted for the man • 
ufactui-e of covered buttons 

Metallic elements and tvmgstic 
acid when imported by man- 
ufacturers for use only in 
their own factories in the 
manufacture of metal fila- 
ments for electric lamps 


13 


89 

48,002 

1,007 


9,645 41 


13 


67 
18,425 

15,432 




3,682 37 


Metals,other than iron and steel, 
N.O.P., mfrs. of (e.xports). 






Mica (exports) .... 

Mines, produce of, N.O.P. (ex- 
ports) 

Minerals and bituminous sub- 
stances, N.O.P 

Mineralogical specimens 
















58,803 


11,478 89 




87,133 


14,965 81 






Nickel 














Njckel-plated ware, N.O.P 

Nickel anodes, zinc,coppeF,gold 
or, silver 


1 


573,591 
23,266 


194,174 86 

1 

2,.324 is' 




820,144 
22,693 


274,660 35 




2,265 55 



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129 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1907. ' 1908. 1909. 1910. 1911. 1907. 1908. 1909. 



1910. 



(9 mo8.) 



(9 mos.) 



12,5191 18,057 9,.j09 13,490 17,339 
6,5-551 



44,649 90,784 79,756 120,304 150,330 



5,325 9,057 4,146 3,862 3,662 
3.3,360 34,617j 7,610, 28,409 48,244 



12,.590 13,817 

11,522 13,.519 

1,7.53 ' 



15,170 
5,286 



24,810 
12,587 



37,.j.53 
12,962 



335,842 400,724 351,903 389,345 .507,963 

I 
39,702. 56,946 45,895; 56,764 86,784; 

37,724| 4.5,413| 36,637| 45,207 68,994 



28,864i 



13,214 

70,991 

1,309 3,639 

1,432 2,6.?0 



52,l29j 32,'-i26 

32,782; 7,837 



56,726 
40,340 



72,297; 

I 

79,089| 



1,748' 
1,133 



1,715' 

2,386i 



10,042 
1,752 



!/ 



78,683' 118, .509 



101,069 



371,301 619,980 427,761 739,950 919,403 



2,925 



46 

9,784 



.52 89 67 
28,666 48,070 18,425 



925 



22 



434 



86,323 



224 



1,007^ 15,432 



50,735: 81,789 
562 

1.3.5,215' 365,313 



19,461, 36,673) 
10—9 



52,5521 58,115 



425,777 573,639 
14,930 23,206 



57,768 
490,298 

129,470 



87,5901 



820,369 
22,693 



95,091 
338,136 

212,482 



162,8381 141, 4«4 
209,4121 299,107 

163,9891 167,794 



1911. 



124,101 



251 



172,805 
309,546 

138,097 



9 
10 
11 

112 
I 

113 

14 
15 

16 

17 
18 

19 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Import- 



ARTICLES. 


Entered for Consujiption. 


1910 


: 


1911. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. Duty. 


Metals and minerals and mfrsof- Cow. 
Miscellaneous metals and min- 
ex-als and manufactvires of — Cwi. 

Nickel, nickel silver and Ger- 
man silver, in bars and rods, 
and also in strips, sheets or 
plates Lbs. 

Nickel, nickel silver and Ger- 
man silver, in ingots or 
blocks, N.O. P.. 

Nickel, fine, contained in ore, 

matte or speiss (exports) 


362,085 
36,297 


$ 

85,434 
12,804 


$ ets. 


553,721 


135,818 
1,296 


.« cts. 




2,782 








Ores of metals, N.O.P Cwt. 

Cobalt ore . . 


25,418,492 


3,345,550 


34,156,748 


4,326,773 




Ores, N.E.S. (exports) ... 












Patterns of brass, iron, steel or 
other metals, not being 
models 




1,854 


556 20 




5,777 


1,573 70 


Pewter, platina and metal com- 
position, N.E.S . 






Pin,s, N.O.P 

Platinum (exports) 




102,078 


23,342 03 


• • • 


122,958 


27,623 99 


Platinum cruciVjles 




4,255 

9,432 
70,748 

5,223 
39,815 






2,418 

10,744 

126,079 

4,300 

43,733 




Platinum retorts, pans, condens- 
ers, tubing and pipe, and 
preparations of platinum 
when imported by manufac- 
turers of sulphuric acid for 
use exclusively in the manu- 
facture or concentration of 
sulphuric acid in their own 
factories 










Platinum wire and platinum in 
bars, strips, sheets or plates 










Plumbago, not ground or other- 
wise manufactured 




5C0 10 
9,567 92 




430 00 


Plumbago, ground and manu- 
factures of, N.O.P 






10,498 85 




Ribs of brass, iron or steel, 
runners, rings, caps, 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 
maniifacturers of umbrellas, 
parasols and sunshades for 
use in their factories 




204,746 

8,651 
9,531 

15,290 




" 


185,866 

11,837 
10,634 

14,259 




Screws of brass or other metal 
except iron or steel, N.O.P 

Silex or crj'stallized quartz. . . Cwt. 

Stereotypes, 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 
fcr the same, whether com- 
posed wholly or in part of 
metal or celluloid Sq. in. 


818,979 


3,025 47 


" " 11,348 
742,399 




4,139 22 







CANADIAN TRADE 



131 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



EXPOUTS. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mo3. 



1908. 



1909. 1910. 1911. 



1907. 
(9 mos. 



87,629 



1,869,268 



93,804 
452 



I ■2.8.S2, 



»i8 



9,284 

3,487 
79,890 



482 



(),?60 



100,074 
"3492 



113,485 

3,176 
13,702 



I 3,415 

I 56,975 

3,030 

29,398 



54,274 
12,833 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



85,434 



12,804 



135,8181 



1,296| 



2,606,042 3,345,550 4,326,773; 



1,587,4761 2,219,265 



301,0971 486,073 



l,912,698j 3,320,054 



7,535 1 1,854| 5,777^ 



68,578, 102,3.55! 123,193 



1,837 4,'255 2,418 



5,321 
40,213 

1,408 
27,330 



29,614 14,884 



114,202 

13,158 
12,969 



140,692 124,941 



9,432 
70,748 

5,223 
41,197 



13,426 
19,166 



5,304: 
0,909! 



204,746 

8,651 
9,531 



10,744 

126,079 

4,300 

43,850 



19 

2,561 
57,496 



185,866 

11,837 
10,634 



9,457 7,0951 

10-9^ 



14,352' 15,290 



11.259 



4,487 

3,723 

77,178 



487,704 581,819 



6,565 



14,057 

773 
130,610 



65,554 



71,521 



1911. 



3,842,332 
' '637.'779 



r,870 



32,280 



10,283 71,413 
114,044! 118,962 



17 



23 



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No. 16 — Itemized Statemext showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLKS. 



-Con. 



ESTERE!) FOR CONSUMPTION. 



Quantity. 



10 



Metals and minerals and mfrs. of- 
Miscellaneous metals and min- 
erals and manufactures of — Cwi. \ 
Stereotypes, electroty|)es and 
celluloids for almanaa<, cal- 
endars, illustrated painphlets, i 
newspaper or other ad vertise- 
ments, N O.P., and matrices i 
or copper shells for such 
stereotypes, electrotj'pes and j 

celluloids. Sq. in. i 

Stereotypes, electrotyjjes and j 
celluloids and bases for the | 
same composed wholly or . 
partly of mecal or celluloid, 
N.O.P., and copper shells for 
such stereotypes, electro- 
types and celluloids .■ i 

Matrices for stereotypes, elec- I 
trotypes and celluloids speci- 
fied in preceding item i. i 

Tagging metal, plain, japan- j 

ned or coated, in coils, not I 

over \h m. wide, when im- j 

fMDrted by manufacturers of ] 

shoe and corset laces for u.se 

in their factories . Cwt. 

Type for printing, including 
chases and quoins and slugs 

of all kinds 

Type metal in bloc-ks, bars, 

plates and sheets 

Wire of brass, zinc, iron or 
8tf«l, screwed or twisted, or 
flattened and corrugated, for i 

ing machines, for the manu- 
facture of boots and shoes. . . Lbs . 1 

Wire of all kinds, except iron I 

or steel, N.O.P n I 

Wire, twisted, &c., except iron | 

or steel, N.O.P 

Yellow metal, in bars, bolts ' 

and for sheathing Cwt. 

Total miscellaneous metals, &c.. i 

Total metals, &c . . 



Milk and cream, condensed . ... Lbs. 
Milk food and other similar pre- 
parations 

Sweet cream (exports) 

Sweet milk (export -) 



1!)10. 



Value. 



Dutv. 



? cts. 



1911. 



Quantity. ; Value. 



Dutv. 



•S cts 



! i i 

502,9.54 18,1671 ",522 82^ 67.5,888: 32,990 10,074 72 



305,715 2,158i 382 18 369,390 



121,.o45 1,066 607 74 127,522 



512 



113,998 4;^,081 



138,804 9,480; 1,880 75 

1,764; 441 00 

1,969 24,351; 



7,469,946 780,908 52 



2.56,124 



.1 78,385,037'll.677,313 39 

i i 

18,569 8,267 38 

145,276' 32,4.57 49 



Total milk, &c 



103,845 40,724 87 



Mineral water, natural, not in 

l)Ottles ^ GalLs. 

Mineral, serated waters, N.O.P 



2,930 



431 

183,] 28; 38,555 81 



Total miner.al waters, &c. 



188,559 38,555 81 



21 



3,284 461 SO 



1,708; 637 61 



264 



133,983. 24,465 26 . . 
.522 53 101 . 



130,350 



160,969 30,109 56 
191 28 65 



4'). .351 



35,825i 12,570' 2,486 05 

i I 

! 1.321 32 17 

! I 

1,535: 19,-535 



9,821, 854|l,017.262 2(1 



in5,726.942il6,755.956 88 



173,309 



12,604 
189,524 



202,128 



2,487 



5,561 57 
41,788 18 



47,:- 49 75 



4P6 

202,173 34,908 24 



202,659 34,908 24 



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133 



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into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



EXPORT.S. 



Value. 



Value. 



1907. I 1908. 1900. 1910. 

(9 mos.) 



1911. 1907. 

I (9 nios.) 



12,744 1.5,5.52 

3,.s:il 4,071 

37 1,G53 



12,6.54! 18,107 32,984 



9,9.58 



1908. ' 1909. 1910. 1911. 



6,1851 



7,895 4,612 5,628 



2,367' 2,158! 3,284 

I I 

761i 1,066, 1,708 



551 



472! 



527 



512 



88,747 123,7.53, 98,432 133,!t83 
2,298 6,454' 8,459 522 



264! 

I 

160,9091 
1911 



29, 

12, 

11, 

4,442, 

.58,181. 



217 
626 
899 
833; 
996 6, 
.335 80, 

',878 
,466 



69,344 



31,532f 

11, .525! 

1,071 

! 
27,2301 

073,6941 5, 

088,799|54, 

93,992 
105,632 



33,690 

2,2.36 

55 

24,951 

266, 767 1 7 

505,43778 

67,414 
124,486 



43,081 49,351 i 

9,480^ 12,570' 

I I 

],764| 132J 

24,351' 19,535: 

,506,8.38! 9,852,408 4,808,926 
,683,141 



106,082,126 27,617,856 



6,405,991 



41,922,916 



18,541 
141,096 



199,624' 191,900 159,637 



14,113'^ 

I (\f\ OO 1 1 ' 



.5,360,803; 8,120,885 



39,74-5,727 43,834,234 



190,231 y 46, .387 



43,8741 91,3881 544,124^ 



204,344 46,387 43,874 91,388 



1,237 600; 1,030 431 1 4861 2,979 
146,675 200,181! 154,739' 180,5341 205,4241 



147,912J 200,781; 156,769! 180,965, 205,91o! 2,979 



2,283 



2,283 



6,474 



6,474 



544,124 



8,533,407 
46,721,395 

469,464 



1,714,528 
.5,391 

2,189,383 



8,205 10,029 



8,205 10,029 



134 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Mosaic flooring of any material . 



11 



18 



Musical instruments, viz. : — 

Brass band instruments and 
bagpipes . 

Organs, cabinet No, 

Parts of organs 

Pipe organs No. 

Phonographs, graphophones, 
gramaphones and finished 
parts thereof, including cylin- 
ders and records therefor 

Piano and organ players, 
mechanical ... No. 

Pianofortes m 

Pianos, parts of 

Piano and organ parts, viz: — 
Key ]>in3, damper springs, 
jack springs, rail springs, re- 
gulating screws,spoons, bridle 
wires, damper wires, back 
check wires, dowel wires, 
German centre pins, brass 
pins, brass brackets, &:c., &c 

Other musical instruments, N.O.P. . 



Total musical instruments . 



Mustard, ground Lbs. 

Mustard, French, liquid 



Total mustard 

Oiis- 

Mineral oils — ■ 

Asphaltum for paving purposes 

Carbolic or heavy oil Galls, 

Coal and kerosene, distilled, 
purified or refined n 

Crude petroleum, gas oils 
other than naphtha, benzine 
and gasoline, lighter than 
.8235 but not less than .775 
sjjecific gravity 

Crude petroleum, fuel and 
gas oils (.8235 specific 
gravity or heavier) m 

Gasoline under .775 specific 
gravity „ 

Petroleum imported by mi- 
ners or mining companies 
or concerns for use in the 
concentration of ores of 
metals in their own con- 
centrating establishments 

Products of petroleum, 
N.q.P. Galls 

Illuminating oils composed 
wholly or in part of the pro- 
ducts of petroleum, coal, 
shale or lignite, costing 
more than 30 cents per 
gallon ti 

Tf)tal mineral oils 



Enterkd for Consumption. 



1910. 



Quantity. Value. Duty. 



S cts. 



1911. 



Quantity. Value. Duty. 



$ cts. 



273 

"i 



140 
1,593 



58,1461 12,538 08 

21,826 6,607 40 

11,465 2,837 95 

3,491i 993 80 



269 



342,278 

38,286 
296,978 
216,693 



102,325 73 

11,484 00 
88,586 40 
54,619 54 



87,848 
130,581i 45,027 43 



1,207,592 325,020 33 



95 
1,697 



829,479: 150,647' 28,616 36 
11,0181 3,853 18 



161,665 32,469 54 



367,199 
,652,285 

3,28l" 



7,897 
65,251 

622,177 



221 



796,789 



216,183 16 



49 22 



36,947,670 1,188,850 
8,650,711t 817,546 



543,781 
9,227,364 

10,246 

54,310,597 
16,629,758 



63,738 

17,946 

26,682 

4,956 



485,466 

25,753 
303,336 
242,971 



13,433 38 
5,313 30 
6,542 55 
1,486 80 



144,963 92 

7,724 30 
89,558 40 
60,539 47 



107,041 

173, .345 51,243 39 



1,451,234 380,805 51 



153,090 28,856 00 
12,259 4,246 38 

165,349 33,102 38 



13,401 
87,488 

544,381 



328 



230X89 20 



153 r.9 



1,626, 141 1 . . . , 
1,683,385'. . 



2,186,031' 211,787 54,644 86 



10,385 3,928 



.] 2,917,657 



762 45 
271,639 69 



2,604,641 



51,226 



1.855 
278,478 



65,080 27 



22,3231 4,437 10 



4,257,780 300,260 26 



CAXADIAX TRADE 



135 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, >fce. — Coniuiucd. 



Imports. 






Exports . 




Value. 




Value. 




1907. 
(9 mos.) 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


1907. 
(9 mos.) 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 

% 


1911. 

$ 


$ 
21,497 


$ 


S 


•$ 


S 


54,402 
13,311 
13,653 

2,770 

268,443 

47,974 
196,285 
164,440 

64,794 
161,560 

987,632 

124,303 
10,213 

134,516 


... 

40,225 

13,796 

17,192 

3,271 

225,018 

52,562 
200,203 
149,190 

48,427 
97,277 

847,161 

134,148 
10,914 

145,062 

— 

2,351 
54,320 

843,790 

420 

1, .321, 988 
467,088 


57,704 

21,826 

11,465 

3,491 

341,596 

38,286 
296,863 
216,571 

87,848 
136,043 

1,211,693 












31,540 
13,370 

12,808 
1 750 


63,491 
17,946 

26,682 
4,956 

506,667 

2.5,753 
303,673 
242,971 

107,041 








201,784 


214,402 


159,452 


156,0 5 


166,712 


86,417 

13,543 
211,076 
108,217 

42,846 
111,873 






















45,754 


67,509 


77,383 


64,480 


68,794 












180,263 


3,856 


13,528 


9,373 


12,313 
233,438 


8,110 
243,616 


633,440 


1,479,443| 251,394 


295,439 


246,208 


79,695 
7,499 


148,188 
10,957 

159,145 

7,897 
65,251 

656,332 

221 

1,188,850 
817,546 

■ 


151,459 
13,003 


































87,194 


164,462 























13,401 








8,285 
532,952 

1,214 


19,880 
550,543 

5,949 

889,080 
398,927 


87,488 
528,469 

328 

1,626,141 
1,683,385 

1,855 
278,267 

22,622 


3,965 
143 










4,727 
100 


4,609 


5,190 


4,717 


469,7:50 

86,078 




















183,682 
1 189 


194,954 

1,831 
2,061,164 


155,023 

2,073 
2,847,053 


212,240 

4,012 
2,952,349 






1 


























1,283.130 


4,241,950 


4,108 


4,827 


4,609 


5,190 


4,717 



16 



22 



136 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statesient showing- the Values of ImiK)rts 




16 



26 



Animal oils — 

Lard oil Galls. 

Neat's-foot 

Other animal oil, X.O. P i 

Vegetable oils- 
Castor II 

Cocoanut, palm and palm 
kernel not edible, for man- 
ufacture of soaj) .1 

Cotton seed oil 

Cotton seed, refined, edible, 

for canning fish n 

Cotton seed oil, for the ma- 
nuf.acture of liquid annat- 

to, O.C 

Flaxseed or linseed, raw or 

boiled Lbs. 

Olive oil, X.O.r Galls 

Olive oil for manufacturing 

purixjses n 

Palm oil, bleached .and Shea 

butter II 

Peppermint Lbs . 

Rosin oil and Chinawood oil. . . 

Sesame seed oil Galls 

Vegetable oil, N.O.P „ 

Lubricating oils, composed 
wholly or in jjart of jx^ro- 
leum, costing less than 25 

cents i>er gallon h 

All other lubricating oils, 

N.O.P ,1 

Essential oils, X.O.P Lbs. 

All other oils, N.E.S Galls 

Total animal, vegetable 
and lubricating oils 



.0,844 30 

2,799 60 

L34 04 

9.710 46 



307,2:^7 217,7.S:',j 297,3381 258,063! 

2,119,54;-) 9i0,4l4! 181,347 .'w 2,271,177 1, 080, 056 1 188,206 74 



10.761 



<i.461 



n.962 



1.3,863 



1,512,918 9i,i.4S, 20,761 71 3,667,979! 327,257 47,284 73 

132,488 148,315! 28,189 98: 144,1181 202,.518 .35,444 5.j 



3,660 



15,267 

2,252 
401,200 



i,i;i6 



4,373; 



3,220 . 



2,802,579 



■_',01('i 120,967| 

12,0114' 2,386 70 12,803| 
100,552 : 

1,5.54 .388 50l 1,503| 

152,20.0 29,116 10| 541, 28» 



15,140 

23,595 4,703 00 

187,153; 

1,116 278 50 
234, 606 i 39,031 99 



387,2231 70,008 90 
I 

764.124 210,^721 41,295 37 

207,160 175,0(15: 17,205 70 

126,765: 58,6641 11,012 40 



3,537,585 403,863! 88,368 13 



282,709' 55,486 99 



Total oils 



2,541,564 



.5,543,462 



29 j Oil cake and meal, cotton seed 
! cake and meal, palm nut cake 
I and me.al. . Cwt. 



54,789i 87,580 . 



873 716 
21.5,1.3.-) 
357,264 



413,699 69 



688,344 66' . . 



210, 79u 
.S6.9.50 



20,093 .3n 
14,917 77 



3,490,613' 512,304 10 



7,869,288 817,671 97 



51,218 



76,099 



From Newfoundland. 



CANADIAN TRADE 



137 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, i:c. — Continued. 



Imi'okts. 



EXPOKTS. 



Valiit 



Vak 



l!t07. 
(9 inos.) 



31,457. 
2,452 

6,408! 
16,884! 



I'.IOS. 



S 



30,401 

1,215 

10,078 

21,767 



1909. 



55,875 



2,201; 2,907 

3.4671 5,669 

7,948! 12,943 

70,817 84,980 



:j.451 
11,331 

1,.548 

27,322 



123,590 
383,440 



1,14G| 



809 

190,395; 
68, 603 1 

i 

16,759: 



3,098 

11,816 

1,032 

(;7,089 



141,750 
534,449 

4,654 



12,211 

21,373 

4 

2,902 

13,587 
6,830 

112,788 



4,3.59 

8,911 

360 

32,758 



195,150 
530,571 

481 



1910. 

I 

I 
I 

§ I 

I 

48,1631 



8,3511 
9.285! 



3,100 

13,349 

1,617: 



1911. 



54.306 

938 

16,601 

26.244 

25 

1,296 

17,514 

4,789 



1907. 

(9 mos.) 



1908. 



1909. 



83,865 121,713 



8,961 

13,511 

119 

43,015 



23,680 

11,202 

76() 

64,367 



217,783. 258,003 
91 0,300 1 1,079,571 

0,461 ! 13,803 



2,705! 

:?8,961 

455 

49,099: 



182,332 
128,724 

4,429! 



6,314 

86,383 

001 

2S,327 



70,100; 

122,7921 

i 
2,700J 

10 

7,930 

05.875 

626 

01,306 



92,435 
172,042 

1,196 

2,010 

12,094 

100.552 

1,587 
152,339 



330,840 
239,437 

3,220 

15,140 
23,457 

187,153 
1,116 

234,530 



26,761 



22,694 

97,462 

5,613 



152.530 



36,995 



11,605 

200,525 

11,208 



46,888 



1910. 

$ 
40,589 



1911. 



45,411 



0,231 2,141 

384,660 324,998 

3,589 18,790 



0,721 

370,091 

31,082 



260,333 441.363 386,518 459,905 



4,010 



085 



1,155 



20! ,, 

33,909 10 

11 



248,855| 413,713 318,134| 393,r.03 4(i7,5:]0 

108,632! 193,772; 190,5651 227,091 j 299,692 

117,610; 173,894i 154,9.34[ 174,944! 211,563 

61,226! 87,248 



19,007 1 48,298 
1,415,718J 2,030,681 
2,769,655 4,176.825 



43,892 
1,817,520 
4,777,361 



34,179 5.5,319| 61,676 



2, .591, 268 
5,627,482 



3,552.450 



7,916,119 



12 



13 

14 



15 



,16 

|17 
llP 

19 

20 
21 
22 

23 
24 



25 



2b 

(27 



44,980! 141,472! 158,733 147,595 283,691|28 



44,980 145,482 159,418 148,750 317,620; 



201,618 



410,042' 605,.390l 540,458! 782,2421 



87,580| 70,099 



.333,225! 022,091; 569,995 027,710 .3-10,119 29 



138 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statemext showing the Values of Imports 







Entered for Consumption. 




1910. 1 1911. 




ARTICLES. 


1 




Quantity. 


Value. Duty. 


1 
Quantity. Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Oiled silk and cloth, and tape or 
other textile, India-rubbered, 




S S cts. 


1 . 


-S cts. 




flocked or coated, N.O.P 




350,908 88,281 60 


I 468,676:117,980 9() 


'> 


Oil cloth, enamelled, carriage, 






floor, shelf and table oil cloth. 










cork matting or carpets and 






linoleum Sq. yds. 


2,940,159 


948,051' 247,285 32 

1 


3,617,624j 1,206,906 312,599 70 




Total oil cloth, &c 




1,298,959 335,566 92 


1,675,582 


430,580 CO 




ments, &c.: — 




1 




3 


Cameras and Kodaks, brass and 






' 




aluminum parts 




4,193 314 50 




6,849| 513 70 

1 


4 


Lenses for the manufacture of 










cameras 




19,247: 23,739 


5 


Optical, philosophical, photo- 






graphic and mathematical in- 


; i 






struments, N.O.P 


575,929 136,889 28 


9.52,658 


222,473 82 


fi 


Philosophical and scientific ap- 










paratus, utensils, instruments 












and preparations, including 












boxes and bottles containing 


1 i 








the same, of a class or kind 


1 






not manufactured in Canada. 










when specially imjTOrted in 










good faith for use and bv 










order of any society or insti- 










tution incorporated or estab- 










lished solely for religious, 


; , ' 






philosophical, educational, 








: scientific or literary purposes, 








or for the encouragement of 






the fine arts, or for the use or 












by order of any college, 














academy, school or seminary 














of learning in Canada, and 












not for sale 




186 800 




246,309 






Spectacles, eye-glasses and 
ground or finished spectacle 


i 












or eye-glass lenses 




26,314 


7,877 70 




33,068 


9,792 SO 


8 


Spectacles, eye-glass frames. 










and metal parts of 




69,374 


13 857 04 




84,049 


16,792,10 




Total optical and philoso- 




















phical instrimients, &c 

Packages 

Parcels and packages, usual 




881,8.57; 158,938 52 




1,346,672 


249,572 42 








q 




2,112,342,1433,496 63 




2,467,155 


500,833 46 








10 




1 










coverings (except receptacles 














capable of holding liquids con- 














taining goods subject to specific 




1 






duty onlv) free 


; 








11 


Parcels and packages, post office. 






1 








dutiable 




923,502 


238,507 51 


1.061,969 


272,580 86 


12 


Parcels and packages, postal 












: prepaid. Duty received bv 








1 




i Customs from Post Office De- 














l partment 




49,356 


13,749 55 


53,294 


14,824 OC. 


13 


Parcels and packages of small 












' value by express 

Total parcels, |x>st office, &c . . 




1,541,110 


438,379 42' 


1,800,305 
2,915,568 


496,868 82 






2,513,998 


690,636 48 




784,273 74 










... 







CAXADIAX TRADE 



139 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, ic. — Continued. 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 

1 


1907. 
lO mos.) 

S 

203,551 

731,046 


1908. 

S 
257,501 

921,072 
1,178,-573 

463 
513,704 

141,570 

18,178 

49,871 

723,786 

2,126,480 


1909. 

.s 

215,277 

689,585 
904,862 

6,127 


1910. 

-S 
361,492 

945,013 
1,306,505 

4 19.S 


1911. 

-S. 
468,456 

1,211,204 
1,679,660 

0,849 
23.739 

95\702 

• 24(i,3*^9 

33,068 

84,049 

1,347,716 

2,517,856 


1907. 
(9 mos. ) 

•S 

i 

i- 

1 

J 


1908. j 1909. 1910. 

S -s ' .? 

7,029 6,033 5,4-53 

1 1 


1911. 
§ 

7,585 


934,-597 


7,029 6,033 5,4-53; 7,585- 




1 

1 






13,904 19.247 
422,614 577.135 


1 
1 


i 


2-22,519 


i 




1 


61,767 


203,679 

19,184 

42,590 

708,098 

1,912,482 


186,800 

26,314 

69,913 

883,602 

2,123,243 










j 
1 


14,336 










39,584 




















1 


338,206 








1 








i 


l.'>44,693 




















i 
1 
I 

1 


234 
















474,614 
20 461 


641.306 

54,931 
1,208,267 
1,904,504 


706,462 

82,165 
1,308,151 
2,096,778 


923,502 

49,356 
1,541,140 


1,061,969 

53,294 
1,800,305 






1 1 1 








1 I 
i - 1 


"'47,759 






. . ..1 

1 1 






1.343.068 


2,-51.3,998 


2,915,568 








1 
1 



140 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
Ng. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entkheu fok Con.scmftion. 



IfllO. 



Quantity. Value. 



Duty. 



1911. 



•rjuantity. Value. 



Duty. 



Painting!^ fur exhibitions 

Photographs, chronios, chrouio- 
ty|)es, artotypes, oleographs, 
l)aintings, di-awings, pictures, 
engraving or prints, decal- 
comania, transfers of all 
kinds, or (jroofs therefrom, 
and similar works of art, N.O. 
P.; blue prints and building 
plans 

Paintings in oil or water colours, 
and pastels, valued at not less 
than twenty dollai-s each : 
paintings and sculptui-es by 
artists domiciled in Canada but 
residing temporarily abroad for 
purjjoses of studj-, under regu- 
lations by the Minister of Cus- 
toms 

Paintings in oil or watercolours 
and pastels, when valued at less 
than .'s!20 each No. 



j Total paintings 

Paints and coloui's : — 

5' Blanc tixe and satin white . . 

y. Brocade and bronze powders 

71 Gold liquid paints 

gl Colours, dry. X.O. P Lb: 

9: Lamp black, bone black, ivory 

i black and carbon black . ... .. 

10 Lea i, white, ground in oil . h 

111 ■• " dry .. 

12; " I'ed drj', and orange 

I mineral n 



.•? ! -^ cts 



8 S cts. 



814.190 199,6")(i92i 



S37,»J8<i, 173,(J11 02 



71S.841 959,880] 

.">3t) 2,044 415 9(11 (124 2,648! 515 20 



Lbs. I 1,258,638 



13 Zinc, white 

14: Litharge 

15' Metallic colours, viz.: oxide of 

I cobalt,copperand tin,N.O.P. 
16i Liquid fillers, anti corrosive 

I and anti-fouling paints, and 

I ground and liquid paints, 

X.O.P 

17; Ochres, ochrey earths, siennas 

and mnbers 

18, Oxides, tireproofs, rough stuffs, 

I fillers 

19! Paris green, dry 

20| Paints and colours ground in 

I spirits, and all spirit var- 
nishes and lacquers 

21 Putty 

22 l^ltramarine blue, dry or in 

pulp 

23 ^^'hiting, or whitening, gilders' 

whiting and Paris white. 



Cwt. 
Lbs. 



.5,636,442 

941,205 

74ti,989 

1 2,309,574 

/ 529,3.58 

( 930,994 

j 6,114,919 

I 791,791 

; 18,101 

238,105! 



3,645.431 
1,988, 75S- 



1,.53.5,075 200,066 82 

14,735 

21,716 6.947 10 

6.520 1,584 92 

196,118 40,907 .55 

43,9(i7 

32,708 9.983 38 
83,897, 17/293 30 
24,509 1,452 26 

33,306 

236.898 12..3(;4 70 

21,003 

6:i,174 

67,868 



L*7(i,53ti 75,846 SO, 
21,426 3,054 .55! 



" 


1,694, 58<i 
588,!I47 


22.764 
99,107 


4,(i3S 88 
5,320 35 


Galls. 
Lbs. 


2,431 
213,750 


.5,635 
.3,363 


2,431 00 

SIS .5(i 


.. 


423,887 


25,369 




Cwt. 


206,641 


76,404 





2,424,767 



5,161,408 

2, 372. 216 ' 
840,084 

2,397,838 
729,169 

1.099,414 

7.541.827 

'.121,698, 

16,.543; 

222.801 



3,!»1."">,696 

2, .576, 26 1 

1,584,508 
404,545 



1,800,208, 174,120 22 

26,797! ■- ... 

21,258! 5,817 07 

7,990! 1,981 70 

220,691 45, .381 26 

S2,209 

38,910 11,786 34 
91,488| 18,994 40 
31,499 1,.574 95 

37,422 

281,731' 14,086 .55 

2.3,408 

59,987 

71,970 



34<t.330 92,145 70 

31,736 4,423 30 

22,286 4,465 60 

74,381 3,817 40 



1,5391 3,619 1,.539 00 

!4(),(i67 4,496 1,074 .54 



388,946 
254,839! 



23,829 
97,338 



Total i.aiuts and colours 1,376,023 182,643 35 . 



1,593,.375. 207.087 81 



For export of pht>tograplis see under books. 



t Paints and varnishes of all kind 



CANADIAN TRADE 



141 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Value. 



Value. 



1907. I 1908. 
(9 mo.s.) 1 



1909; I 1910. I 1911. i 1907. 1908. : 1909. 

! I (9mos.) ; 



1910. 



S I 



1911. 



572.882! 1,094,662 



764,618' 826,042, 848,842: 



372,282! 314,8931 601,40" 

10,012: 1,489; 1,467 

955,176 1,411,044 1,367,485 



6,408j 10,707 

\ op.jolf 20,382 

I ^^'^^^]| 8,177 

115,622 175,161 



7lS,s41 95.i,S80 331,73.) ' 3 



2,0t4i 2,(;48 j , 4 

1,-546,927 1 1,807,370 331,735 



26,518' 

12,198- 

269,8(il 

36,05(i 

8,8.-i0 

174,051 

4,460 

4H, 18?( 



38,945 

299^ 62'. 
29,241 
31,085 

2.56,244 
30, .530 
90,785 



65,589! 73,118 



199,494 

15,194 

41,601 
11,835 

2,353 
3,692 

16,403 

33,453 

1,125,264 



210,290 

18,195 

22,462 
79,201 

3,745 
4,070 

22,903 

63,499 

1,520,949 



12,125; 

23,8221 

6,5321 

144,284; 

39,020i 
19,777: 
89,031: 

2fi,9S;s! 
32,(J57j 
18:^,689! 
22,S!)3 
43,. 597 

56,S0(! 



212,282 

13,164 

13,886 
123,724 



.'l.O.SC) 
3,48U 



14,735 

25,179 

6,495 

li-6,176 

43,967 

oo oo * 

86451 
24, .509 
33,300 
2.36, K<»8 
21,003 
62,174 



26,797 
20.7«3|.. 
7,99o'"| 
220,683 [ 

82,209; J 
.'Jo, 450, . 
91,177 . 
31,-199 1 
37,422 j 
281.731, I 
23,408 I" 
59,987i . 



6 



165,864 +82,971| +74,615 +75,129 



9 
10 
11 

il2 



. . ;13 

..'l4 



67,868: 71,970; 

283,154 340,580 
21,426' 31,736 



22,764 
97,443 



5,6.39 
3,363 



22,286 
73,944 



537 



11,343 



4,970 



8,550 31,131 



.3,619' 
4,496' 



19,5851 25,369 

I 

45, .31 4 
1,134,997 



23,829 

76,404 97,338 

1,3S6,907| 1,594,934! 



537 



r7,207 



3-,9411 



83,165 



[15 



106,260 



142 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 

2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imixn-ts 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Consumptio.v. 



1910. 



Quantity, i Value. Duty. 



1911. 



23 



24 



25 



Paper and manufactures of — 

Album insides, made of paper. . . . 

Matrix paper adapted for use I 

in printing ;••••: ' 

Paper, photographic, plain ba.sic ' 

baryta coated, for albumen- 
izing or sensitizing when im- 
ported by manufacturers of 
sensitized pat>er 

Paper tubes and cones, when 
imported by manufacturer.^ 
of cotton yarns or fabrics, to 
be used in winding yarns 
thereon 

Albumenized and other i)apers 
and films chemically pre- 
pared for photographer's use 

Bags or sacks, printed or not 

Cards for playing Packs 

Cardboard, not pasted or 
coated 

Enveloi>es M. 

Pads not printed, papier mache 
ware, N.O.P 

Papeteries and all manufac- 
tures of i)ai)er, N.O.P. 

Hangings of wall paper, includ- 
ing borders Rolls 

Leather board and leatheroid 
and manufactures of, N.O.P. . . . 

Mill board, not coated or 

pasted 

Paper, felt board 

Patterns, boot and shoe, manu- 
factures of paper ... 

Printing paper, costing not 
more than 2jc. pev lb Lbs. 

Printing paper, N.O.P « 

Ruled, border and coated 
papers, and boxed papers 

Straw board not coated or pasted Lbs. 

Tarred paper 

Twine or yarn of paper when 
imix)rted by manufacturers 
to be woven into fabrics in 
their own factories 

Union collar cloth paper, in 
rolls or .sheets, not glossed or 
finished . . 

Union collar cloth paper, in 
rolls or sheets, glossed or 
finished 

Window blinds of paijer of all 
kinds 

Wrapping paper Lbs. 

All other kinds, N.O.P 



795,539 



91,937 



2,852,585 



2,300 
7,472,002 



1,617,825 



2,542,805 



Total paper and manufactures of. 



28 Pearl, mother of, unmanufac- 

I tured 

29 Pencils, lead 

30 Pens, penholders .and rulers of 

I all kinds 



63 
6,436 



Quantity. Value. Duty. 



S cts. 



46,968 



11,367| 

134,558; 
28,493 
78,204 

26,877 
79,245 

6,225 

1,327,7991 

274,991 

32,777 

49,098 
8,907 

2,599 

41 
462,212 

168,567 

28,744 

345,795 



31,948 55 

7,777 71 

51,148 11 

6,359 85 
25,710 97 

2,018 17 

443,339 98 

91,161 58 

8,090 65 

11,962 60 
2,226 75 

389 85 

6 15 
93,550 34 

54,531 95 

7,181 03 

86,265 15 



899,597 
95^359 



2,871,239 



2,727,644 
10,800,295 



3,600,460! 



898 



l,t)52 244 20; 



880 

i 

115! 



142 25 
25 87 



88,453| 21,774 28 
1,434,050 327,024 65 



3,032,983 



4,646,014 1,272,880 64i 



.^896 

269,115 78,524 54 

176,223: 40,339 97 



427^ 
7,%9 



15,089 

159,204 
29,171 
88,344 

42,447 

84,573 

2,718 

1,569,087 

313,051 

26,930 

57,645 
7,205 

9,730 

56,486 
631,810 

221,402 



36,668 40 

7,326 89 

57,249 55 

10,156 95 
27,663 60 

891 82 

515,405 13 

102,848 08 

6,719 40 

13,922 55 
1,801 25 

1,459 50 

8,456 95 
127,852 50 



71,091 9<J 
.04,6691 13,541 45 
396.083 98,951 25 



1,228 

1,492 213 30 



537 



67 13 



593; 138 05 

96,247 23,264 95 

1,605,486 358,562 40 



5,537,411 1,484,252 00 



7,462 
262,105 

196,579 



70,030 95 
45,195 79 



CAXADIAN TRADE 



143 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

iuto and Experts from Canada, &g. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 


190S. 


1909. 


172 


S 
524 


S 
287 


1,821 


5,331 


6,020 


19,376 


38,171 


1 
54,405 


6,786 


10,493 


1 
8,799 


69,664 
20,551 
64,773 


99,366 

28,882 
81,500 


102,541 
20,379 
65,329 

1 


50,725 

52,825 


24,446 
70,935 


20,971 
56,69i; 


^ 649, 040 


f 8,340 
U, 202,216 


7,884 
1,055,279 


159,563 


215,726 


215,945 


29,504 


30,096 


20,961 


42,410 
194,033 


44,251 
70,016 


50,792 
40,.533 


650 


4,413 


6,455 


5,235 


1,493 

484,842 




399,921 


374,986 


177,600 
5,758 


130,216 

31,231 

335,837 


100,504 

25,238 

29.5,931 




1,107 


2,776 


246 


429 


258 


1,325 


164 

52,718 

636,104 


36 

80,202 

1,006,924 


79^213 
1,039,565 


2,640,929 


4,068,520 


3,656,279 


3,741 
145,661 


5,-59 1 
199,591 


5,481 
202,840 


1.55,100 


239,936 


203,829 


- 




1 



1909. . 1910. 1911. 

(9 mos.) I 



631 



427 



6,020 6,436| 7,969 



57,788 



11,367 

134,70' 

28,488 
76,358 

26,87 
79,280 

6,408 

1,336,708 

274,214 

32,777 

49,249 

8,907 

2,599 

41 ' 
463,142 

168,514 

■ 28,744 

347,745; 



898 



1,052 



15,089j 

I 

159,276 

29,389 

89,245 

42,280 
84,735 

2,718 

1,568,985 

311,201 

20,882 

57,645 
7,157 



20,637 



43,333 



31,668 



24, 877 : 



33,8641 21,337i 



29,036 



28,831 



45,984 



I 125,1881 19,811 

9,730 I ' I 

qIj'IH } i 2,834,705! 3,124,233 



23,651 1 40,180 



219, 564 1 

54, 542 1 

395,901 



•2.(n2.270| 3,093,911 



1,228 22 



880: 



1,492! 



5371 



115 593 

90,.539' 98,474 

1.435,008 1,596,757 

4,658,714 5,533,402 



5,896 
209,088 



7,462 
262,830 



170,134 196,579 



1,663,370 



36,942 
480,405 



23 



637: 
326,130: 



9,113 
486,377 



24 

] 

|25 

0,705126 
737,672:27 



1,684,007: 3,554,4371 3,523,816i 3,185,324 3,953,283J 



28 
29 



30 



144 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

No. 16 — Itemized SxATiiiiKXT showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 




E.NTKKEn FOR 


CONSUMFl'ION. 




1910. 




1911. 




Quantitv. 


Value. Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Perfumery, pomades, &c., viz.: — 
Hair oil, tooth and other pow- 
der, washes, ix)matum, pastes, 
and all other perfume pre- 
parations, N.O.P., used for 

the hair, mouth or skin 

Perfumes and perfumed spirits, 
bay rum, cologne and laven- 
der water, hair, touth and 
skin washes, and other toilet 




•S -S cts, 

j 
240,f>44 82.027 71 




285,631 


•S cts. 
flO /Of! 84 


2 




1 


3 


prepara tions containing 
spirits of any kind, in bottles 
or flasks containing not more 
than four ounces each. . Galls. 
Perfumes and perfumed spirits, 
bay rum, cologne and laven- 
der water, hair, tooth and 
skin washes, and other toilet 


5,742 


03,092 


32,267 03 


7,579 


72,085 


36,042 50 


4 


preparations containing 
spirits of any kind, in bottles, 
flasks or other packages 
containing more than four 

ounces each n 

Pomades, French or flower 
odours, &c., imported in tins 
of not less than ten pounds 


6,405 

2,660 
764 


87,525 

4,467 
1,197 


50,533 58 

053 40 
415 05 


6,797 

1,823 
1,348 


88,396 

3,074 
434 


51,671 20 
408 44 


5 


all other. ... n 


150 00 






396,925 


165,896 77 


449,620 


178,974 98 




Photographic dry plates 






6 




37,645 9,340 40 
101,084 29,480 52 




45,890 
110,572 


11,478 10 


7 


Picture and photograph frames 
of any material 

Pickles and sauces— 

Pickle.s, olives in brine, notbtl'd Galls. 
Pickles in bottles, jars or simi- 
lar vessels i. 

Pickles, in bulk , « 

Sauces and catsups, in bottles, 
bulk. 
Soy „ 

Total pickles and sauces . . n 

Plants and trees, viz. : — 
Berrj' bushes, grape vines, shade 
and lawn trees (exports). . . . 




31. 322 80 








8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 


94,217 

227,216 

76,777 

111,783 

35,135 

77,276 


16,912 14,022 90 

203,789 53,200 01 
17,981 5,566 40 

148,449 42,497 95 
1I,78S 3,778 70 
19,029, 0,631 58 


176,288 

286,793 

145,331 

108,796 

o!1,156 

57, Sl.^ 


I 
84,087 25,174 30 

246, 691' 03,690 38 
36,495 11,648 88 

198,228 57,400 34 
20,457; 0,497 87 
15,047 5,071 90 




622,404 


447,948 125,697 54 


894,182 


001,005 


109,543 73 


14 












15 


Florists' stock, viz. : 

Azaleas, rhododendrons, pot 
grown lilacs, rose stock and 
other stock for grafting, 
seedling carnation stock, 










16 


araucaria, bulbs, conns, 
tubers, rhizomes and dor- 

Tnant roots, N.O.P 

Palms, ferns rubber plants 
(ficus). gladioli, cannas, 
dahlia? and peonies. 




143,642 
22,409 


5.427 13 


103 J26 


182,428 
20,785 


5.052 OS 


17 

18 


Fruit plants, N.O.P No. 

Trees, plants and shrubs known 
as nursery stock, N.O.P 


41,4.31 


1,705! '338 97 

i 

69,478] 13,714 80 


o,737 721 91 
71,294 14,057 24 



(■ \ \ \J)I \ \ 7 AM/;/-; 



145 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exudrts from Canada, >\:c. — Coniiiiiicd. 



Imports 
Value. 



EXPOUT.S. 

Value. 



19U7. 1908. 



1909. 1910. 1911. 1907. 1908. 1909. 1910. 1911. , 

(9mos.) ; i 



113,844; 197,307 K9,04G 239,731 GSo.liSO 



49,423 63,128 47,8.54 1)0,932 72,851 



51,122 71.588 (!5,211 87,271 88.(J19 



4, .552 
532 



8,1 tC 
614 



219,473 340,783 



3,745 
233 



4,467 
1,197 



3,074 
434 



29i),089 393,598, 450,908 



40,979 42 132! 31,898 37,71: 



46,080 



74,-532 99,973 



6,460; 28,782 



85,299i 101, S79 110,822 



32,681 50,062! 8.5,361 



152,963 
23.106 

88,073 
8,148 
5,493 



268,899; 
18,881 1 

147,7711 
10,382 
14,051 



188,54<> 
12,577 

113,6.34 

7,780 

1.5,350! 



207, 046 1 
17,791 

144,168 
12,766 
18,926 



247,062 
37,317 

195,966 
20,634 
15,033 



284,243 488,766| .370,-568 4-50,759 601,.373 



4,881 



105,932 122.112 115,018 143,(i42 182,428., 

3.932 17,647 20,3-50 22,409 20,765 , 

""l 1 r 3,156 1,952 1,705 3,737 . 

^2,384!^ 

J I. 49,765 44,734 69,365 71,294 

10—10 



12,477' 17,732 37,865 16,00314 



15 



146 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 

Entkued for Consumption. 



AKTICLES. 



1910. 



1911. 



Quantity. Value. 



Plants and trees— Con. 

Trees, N.O.P 

Currant bushes No. 

Gooseberry bushes n 

Grape vines it 

Raspberly bushes >. 

Rose bushes „ 

Apple trees .... t 

Cherrj' trees „ 

Peach trees and June buds. ... ,, 

Pear trees .i 

Plum trees 

Quince trees n 

Seedling stock for grafting, 
viz.. plum, peai", peach and 
other fruit trees 



127,192 
152,699 

27,536 
183,131 

87,689' 
221,356 

47,503 
175,845 

39,422 

49,931 
1,499 



Total plants and ti'ees. 



14 



15 



s 

2,183 
3,010 
7,942 
873 
2,362 
0,681 

20,672 
8,165 

12,080 

4,696 

5,622 

286 



10,306 




588 28, 

1,468 951 

174 60 

472 40 

1,233 15 

6,579 45 

1,425 09 

5,275 31 

1,177 34 

1,497 18, 

44 97 



t)7,988! 

129,3141 
25,022 
86,903 

143,030 

273,714 
42,102 

122,863; 

27,432 

38,123, 

1,333! 



4, 927 1 

2,0321 

5,591 ; 

1.2.52 

1,560' 

10,630 

29,543 

6,3.55: 

10, 400 1 

4,1851 

4,975; 

149 



25, 563 i 



360 43 

962 21 

240 81 

313 20 

2,002 67 

8,172 55 

1,262 81 

3,685 71 

822 09 

1,137 63 

39 99 



322,112 39,417 62 



385,424 38,843 83 



Lbs. 
Doz. 



41,998, 8,426 62 

! 

338,747 117,314 19 
112,302 27,661 43 



52,046 10,325 75 



468,2511 

138,204 



157,700 85 
32,118 4S 



Plaster of Paiis {See under stone 
and manufactures of, N. E.S.). 

Plates, engraved on wood, steel 
or other metal and transfers 
taken from the san»e, engravers' 
plates, of steel or other 
metal ixjlished for engraving 
thereon 

Pocket books, portfolios, purses, 
reticules, satchels, card cases, 
fly books and musical instru- 
ment cases 

Polish or composition, knife and 
other, N.O.P 

Precious stones and imitations 
thereof not mounted or set, and 
pearls and imitations thereof, 
pierced, split, strung or not, 
but not set or movmted . 

Precious stones in the rough . 

Diamonds unset 

Diamond dust or bort, and black 
diamonds for borers 

Diamond drills, not to include 
motive power 

Total ])recious stones. <&c. 



22 Prizes : cups and other i>rizes 
won in competition 

Provisions not otherwi.-^e 

j cified :— 

23l Butter 

24| Cheese 

2oi Eggs 

26! Egg yolk 

27' Lard Lbs. , 10,921,00' l,348,.5(i6! 218,416 34 7,989,843 991,110 159,621 94 




393,582 

683,778 
884,078 



92,934 
145,714 
190,903 



15,702 081 1,227,390 290,303 
20,305 421 866,653 171.209 
26,521 38 2.378,640 439,066 



45,519 81 
25.7.56 92 
71,358 80 



CAXADIA1\^ TRADE 



UT 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 







Imports. 









E 


X PORTS. 










Value. 


1907. 
(9 mos.) 


Value. 


1907. 
(9 mos.) 


1908 

$ 

10,871 
3,895 
4,291 
1,743 
1,446 
5,049 

19,806 
6,942 

14,085 

2,430 

3,835 

174 

9,436 
276,683 

32,398 

295,196 
110,347 

230,891 


1909. 

.5,672 
1,525 
.\U5 
898 
1,620 
6,338 

13,898 
5,587 

12,099 

2,899 

4,014 

373 

12,119 
252,241 

37,403 

2.38,365 
87,706 

135,927 


1910. 

$ 

2,183 
3,010 
7,942 
873 
2,362 
6,681 

20,672 
8,165 

12,080 

4,696 

5,622 

286 

10,306 
321,999 

41,998 

337,520 
112,140 

229,314 


1911. 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 

i 


2,132 

340 

1,260 


4,927 

2,032 

5,591 

1,252 

1,.566 

10,636 

29,543 

6, .3.55 

10,406 

4,185 

4,975 

140 

25,563 
385,404 


$ 




$ $ 


\ 













274 








3 325 


1 






5,473 
4 107 








i 


3,601 

r.27 


















1,253 
82 
















5 824 








! 
t 












16,003: 

i 


170,446 


4,881 


12,477 


17,732 


37,865 


15,913 
170,414 


52,046 

467,540 
138,219 
















63,434 













230,361 
63,565 


315,626 


I 

1 












. 


- 924,412 


f 1,400,827 

\ 84,283 

53,640 


1,191,467 
44,577 
46,393 


1,902,710 

88,711 
70,583 


2,184,683 
28,000 
96,440 






i .... 





21,681 












1,240,019 


1,769,641 

8,450 

192,663 
104,819 
222,207 


1,418,364 

7,464 

289, 128 
130,070 
241,665 


2,291,318 

9,437 

104,301 
191,706 
192,810 


2,624,749 

8,070 
















I 
i 


3 693 




















i 


157,052 

129,980 

144,630 

8U9 


i 

322,550' 4,116,228 
231,479| 22,028.281 
449,218! 5.57,972 


1,087,242 

22,921,780 

305,711 


1,575,877 

20,398,482 

126,213 


1,020,898 

21,647,006 

44,111 


759,442 

20,781,515 

27,054 


:.90.106 


i,074,'466 


i,'229,055 


' 1,359,192 


996,612 


20,647 


133,933 


35,883 


133,860 


26,022 



2- 

& 

4* 

5> 

& 

7 

8>- 

9> 

1» 

11 

12 



13 



!1* 



15 

m 



122 



23^ 
24 
25 
26 



10-lOJ 



lis 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— I'AIiT I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — ^Itemized Statemext showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



En'TERKI) fok Coxscmptiox. 



1910 



1011. 



Provisions — Con. 
Lard coii)])oiiiid and similar 

substances, coltolene and 

animal stearine of all kinds, 

N.O.P 

Meats, viz. : — 

Bacon 

Hams, including shoulders 
and sides for import 

Beef, salted in barrels 

Canned meats, canned poul- 
try and game 

Extracts of meats and fluid 
beef, not medicated and 
soups of all kinds 

r^Iutton and lamb, fresh 

Pork, barrelled in brine. . . . 

Poultry and game, N.O.P. . . 

Dried or smoked meats, and 
meats preserved in any 
otlier \vay than salted or 
pickled, N.O.P 

Other meats, fresh 

Other meats, salted, N.O.P. . 

Tongues (ex|)orts) 



Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


(Quantity. 


Value. 




S 


S cts. 




S 



Duty. 



Lbs. 



882,077 

I- 5, 401, 463 

1,446,302 

458,067 



>: cts 



88,080 1(},47.S 4ii 1, 100. -121 l.w,(;74 27,5.50 77 



Lbs. 



2,004,023 
8,910,948i 



Lbs 



Total iiiovisions 



ti64,127 
353,286 
474,365 



817,3 15; 109, 207 12 4,o:)9,431 
75,864! 28,025 80 1,170, CIO 
72,714' 18,042 11 1,112,80s 



111,684 27,018 83 

16.5,740, 62,82(1 ()0 2,70S,l(;i 

030,804 178,218 06 7,140,44li 

61,<il5 11.078 31 



02,420 13,27(1 64 1,12."),150 
45,240 0,850 30 508,886 
54^76! 9.350 08 530,181 



834,685 og,173 31 

78,930 23.412 98 

172.514 43,203 22 



152,870 .36,781 86 

204,002 81,244 83 

7.53.833 142,075 46 

68.12: 13.285 72 



168,300 22,468 2 J 
72,422 17.058 .58 
74.407 10,()30 81 



4,295,007' 767,010 61 4,634,541 820,9.32 23 



14iPulleys. belt, of all kinds for 

power transmission 

1,5'Puniice and pumice stone, groimd 

and ungrouiul 

16 'Quills in tlie.r natural state or 

i unplumed 

17iRags of cotton, linen, jute and 

I hemp, woollen, paper waste or 

I clippings, or waste of any kind, 

I except mineral Cwt. 

18;Regalia and badges ! 

ao' Rennet, raw and prepared I 

201 Resin or rosin, in packages of not ' 

I less than 100 lbs Cwt. 

21 [Ribbons of all kinds and nia- 

j terials 

22' Rugs, railway or travelling and 

I lap dusters of all kinds 

23 Saddle trees and stirrups of wood 
(Mexican) 

24 Sails for boats and ships 



27,49S 7,517 

12,011 

3,581 



496,057 



25 Salt, coarse, N.O.P. 

26'" 

27 



28 



Salt, fine, in bulk. 

Salt, N.O.P., in bags, barrels and 
other packages 

Salt, imported from the United 
Kingdom or any British Posses- 
sion, or imported for the use of 
the sea or gulf fisheries 

Total salt . _ 



Lbs. 



242,154 



886,405' .536,604 

34,029' ](>,7C2 20 

58,351 : 



40,350 l(;i,018 40 

16,284 

1,131 



),012..-)38 

31,()03 10,164 46 
74,054 



443,591 



1,574,6691530,189 73 



238,092: 568,108 

. ... 1,34.5,805 358,944 89 



9 888' 

i,'36i| '289'65 



13,384 
2,311 



] 24.270, 700 
10,954,3001 



232,559,900 



41,703' 12,137 85 27,970,-500; 

! . 1 

41,.340 8,215 00 11,280,800 



4.">,178 



531 75 



13,985 25 



49,283 8,460 63 



267,789,900 



382,210 



205,784.700 330,2511... 



465,253 20,353 75 aio.O.SG.OOOj 424,712' 22,445 88 



CANADIAN TRADE 



149 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



ImI'ORTS. 



Exports. 



Vah 



1907. litOS. 

(9 mo3.) • 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



20,719 71,830 86,913 



C52,tiOL> 

132,747 

42,297 



.51,881 

50,689 

641,768 

42,737 



8.".6,900 

139,668 

47,326 



82,967: 
174.578 
72.5,434 

57,698 



144,0.52 151,590 
21,687 i 41,313 
52,588 .52,521 



2,876,344 4,0.55,980 

44.048 

8,917 
440 



5,745 
360 



745,4891 
123,096 
53,1071 



60,725' 
74.010 

891,384 
51,884 



81,011 
32,385 
61,393i 



87,0851 

830,5451 

112,503 

76, 61 7 i 



115,111 

1.52,458 

925,392 

66,046 



93,808 
43,625 
55,164; 



161,269 
81(>,569 



/^9,019,582 



I 204,401 
12.5,960] 116,679 



172,140 



155,217 

212,695 

788,983 

71,783 



168,389 • 
75,520 I 
7.5,281 / 



1908. i 1909. 1910. 



10,792,336 

372,858 
171,988 



5,833 43,022 

59,978 85,529 

81,426 121.780 



413,112 

133,585| 

1,025! 



152,327 

673,647 

5,096 



4,151,621 4,400,363 4,853,665 36,759,349136,867,249 



314,690 

9,510 

38,764 

288, 6 16 j 

1,130,403| 

26, 520 j 

8.418| 
2,245] 

r 25,309; 

l 7,732' 

25,-)87 



700,7971 
22,396 
8.5,643, 

4.54,439 

1,736,1201 



32,202 
8,1171 

54 j 

521,095 
3-', 674 
64,271 

311,820 

1,333,462' 



26, 

12, 

3, 

880, 
34. 

58, 

443, 
1,577, 



260 
Ollj 

581 



405 
029 
351 

591 

628 



40,356 

16,284 

1,131 



1,012,538 
31,603 
74,054 

568,108 

1,350,619 



1911. 



8,415,247 6,431,776 8,019,664 2 



422,851 ! 417,364 
152,975j 128,579 



.508,020! 3 
112,445! 4 



6 

5,072 8,378! 2,194 7 

66,097 62,474] 59,820 8 

54,306 .39,516' 25,455 9 



195,917; 195,832! 57,051 10 



712,931 766,809j 
3,356 264^ 



252,105 
1,781 



32,165,207:30,896, 867!30,633,168 



184,294, 330,544 339,990 



519 103 539,786 



10,112 
1,380| 

I *^ 27,264 

52,774 



5,352 
1,876' 

32,036' 

.51,446 



888 
361 



703 

261 



13.384 
2,311 



45,178 
49, .329 



240,841 35(t,87S| 37(;,961 382,210 3.30,251 
299,369 4.30,916| 4(H), 443 405,1741 424,758 



2581 435 



37 



585 



14,428 40,865 40,816 21,623 



14, 428 S 40,8651 40,816| 21,623 



23 

265 24 



19,011 



27 



28/ 



19,0111 



-150 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the V^alues of Imports 



Entered for Consimptiox. 



ARIICLES. 



ifao. 



1911. 



Quantity . Value. I Duty, i Quantity. , Value. Duty. 



1 Sand paper, glas.s, Hint and enierv 

I paper or emery cloth 

2 Sausage casings, N.O.P 

3 Sausage skins or casings, not 
' cleaned 



128,899 31,953 25 
109,213: 20.760 55 



a2 



13 



14 

15 

16 
17 

18 
19 
20 



21 



Seeds and bulbous roots, viz.: — 

I Annato Lbs. 

Beans (seed) from United King- 
dom M 

Beet and mangolds « 

Carrot n 

Clover 

Grass 

Flax-seed Bush, 

Garden, field and other seeds 
for agricultural or other pur- 
ix>ses, N.O.P., sunflower, can- 
ary, hemp and millet seed, 
when in packages weighing 
over one pound each 

Garden, field and otlier seeds 
for agricultuial or other pur- 
poses, N.O.P., sunflower, can- 
ary, hemp and millet seed, 
when in packages weighing 
one pound each or less 

Garden and field seed s not speci - 
fied as free, valued at not less 
than 85 per pound in pack- 
ages of not less than one oz. 
each 

Mustard Lbs. 

Pease (seed) from United King- 
dom II 

Rape seed, sowing >< 

Turnip seed . . « 

Other seeds, N.E.S. (exports) 

Bulbous roots, N.O.P 

Mushroom spawn . 

Seeds, aromatic, not edible, and 
crude, viz.: — 
Anise, anise-star, caraway, 
coriander, cardamon, cum- 
min, fenugreek and fennel. Lbs. 



5,0331 

22,956 

567,653 

44,098 



i,no 



370 



4,314 



1,452 

40,0201 

6,4231 

766,6431 76,521 27 

9.503! 430 46 



285,805! 28,311 89 



14,627! 3,059 34 



.\057 

12,640 

841,593 

;jO,727 



174,1.57 



566 
114,912 6,377 

213,107 9,400 

255,566: 9,052 

230,555; 20,998 



56 00 



2,462 



164,7561 



i S cts. 



1.52,410, 37,.">02 70 
135,409 22,941 94 



3,066! 

380 

611 

65,266 

8,663 

861,337 

;M7,072 



349,298 



86,070 20 
14,(i24 13 



34,601 20 



12,907 2,770 35 



2,014 
7,756 



197 25 



79,218 .5,777 

363,3601 13,077j 
229,768 20,065 



172,245 10,476 ... ... 



193,369 



1 



Total seeds and bulbous roots .... .... 1,184,174 



"22, Launches, pleasure, steam, ga,s- 
i oline or other motive jxjwer . . . 

.23 Ships and other vessels built in 
any foreign coinitry, if Brit- 
ish registered since Sept- 
ember 1, 1902, on application 
for license to engage in the 
Canadian coasting trade ; on 
the fair market value of the 
hull, rigging, machinery, tell- 
ers, furniture and appurten- 
I ances thereof, as provided i:i 
an Act respecting the coast- 
ing tradi- of Canada 



No. 



196 128,131 



108,378 96| 



31,896 95 



177 



3,345 



11,413 



1,708,981 



106,900 



138,269 13 



26.501 10 



16,450 



4,112 .50 



49,432 12,a58 CO 



CANADIAX TRADE 



151 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Expoi'ts from Canada, lirc. — Continued. 



Imports 



Exports. 



Vail 



Vail 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



190K. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 1907. I 1908. 

j (9 mos. ) j 



1909. 



98,416; 110,599 104,994 128,899 152,440 
68,205i 126,397) 120,&57i 126,280, 100,452' 



1,542; 
499' 

515: 

32,1221 
3,036; 

190,313; 



l.SOli 

I 
236| 

659: 
34,623| 

9, 0791 

754,387' 



2,072 



223! 

■I 

879; 

44,241 

9,4211 



3,77£ 



370 

1,452 

40,020 

6,423 



3,066i 



380 

611 

65,266 

8,663 



1910. 



1911. 



3,351,390 2,363,085 



859,202; 760,.595i 921,938 
789,932 9,-503 347,072 



417,364 312,940| 277,622 288,979 336,.>50 



9,389 13,635i 12,903 14,500 13,014 



2,335^ 

I 

1,742; 

7,968 

16,503 



r,567 
732 



10,433! 



5,270 

3,857{ 

9,282' 
19,17r 
20,851 1 



21,761 i 
.3,056; 

9,407 
10,867 
30,335 



566 
6,377 

9,400 

9,052 

20,998 



1,62? 



2,1011 



2,462 



/ 439,680 
t 65,960 
3,592,981 



829,7711 519,615: 844,327 

115,208 .57,497 78,729 

1,773,432 1,284,780 3,642,476 



1,656,857 

213,465 

6,144,622 



2,014 
7,756 

5,777 
13,077 
20,065: 



48,933 



3,345 



4,051,908 



10,756 11,669 10,4761 11,413: 
3,559,454! 2,083,619 1,181,173 1,756,941 



7.5,758; 57,943 128,131 106,900 



4,147,554 



19,133 



29,204 3S,851 



2,737,544 



120,430' 52,366! 



6. 122' 16,450 49,4321; 



11 



112 



15 

16 

17 

46, 671 ! 18 

|19 

20 



1,891,090| 4,604,383j 8,061,615 



21 



22 



23 



152 



TRADE AXn COMMENCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v.. A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Value? of Imports 



Entekei) for Consumption' 



ARTICLES. 



1910. 



• ^n.antitj'. I Value. 



Dutv 



13 



14 



Ships — Con. 

Vessels, di-edges, scows, 3'achts, 
lx)ats and other waterlxjrne 
craft, built outside of Can- 
ada, of an.y material, des- 
tined for use or service in 
Canadian waters (not to in- 
clude registered vessels en- 
titled to enpfage in the coast- 
ing trade, nor vessels in tran- 
sit Ijetweeii Canada and any 
l)lace outside thereof), X.O.P 
(•n the fair ir.arket value of 
tlie hull, rigging, machinery, 
l)oilers. furniture appurten- 
.ances tliereof, on arrival in 
Canada 

Shijjs and vessels, repairs on 

Total ships, &c 

Signs ot any material, other than 
paper, framed or not, letter.s 
or numerals of any material 
other than paper 

Silk and manufacture.s of— 

Blouses and shirt waists 

Bolting cloths, not made up 

Fabrics X.O.P 

Handkerchiefs 

Clothing 

Sewing and embroidery silk; 
silk twist, and silk floss. 

Shawls 

Shirts Doz. 

Silk in the gum or spun, im- 
ported by manufacturers of 
ribbons and shoelaces. (O.C. 
June 10, 1910) 

Silk in the gum or spun, im- 
ported by manufacturers of 
silk underwear for such ma- 
nufacture in their own fac- 
tories Lbs. 

Silk, raw, or as reeled from the 
cocoon, not being doubled, 
twisted or advanced in manu- 
facture in any way i 

Silk cocoons and silk waste 

Silk, spun, not coloured, N.O. 
P., silk in the gum not more 
advanced than single ; tram 
or thrown organziiit, not col- 
oured ... Lbs. 

Silk and all manufactures of 
X.O.P., or of which silk is 
the component part of chief 
value, X.O.P. 

Socks and stockings Doz. pairs. 

Undershirts and drawers 




5s8,4i:i i(;:5,70!) 91 

110,880 29,220 00 



849,874 228,999 30 



73,741 20.880 60 



108 



10,373 5, .330 71 


19.856 .... 


4,321,164il.l8.?.133i8 


91.395 2!),364 57 


423,194 14.3,237 49 


31,025, 0,637 00 


8,444 


3,076 10 


1,878 


654 22 



451,574 104,071 12 
51,837 12,959 25 

059,743 ].-)0,489 47 



92,210; 20,284,20 



34,630 11,1.59 18 

21,008 

4,08 J, .584 l,«.3i,812 13 
135,375 42,243 87 
664,531 218,202 13 



3-3,952 7,836 08 

11,428 3.997 72 

107 1,945 02O Oi; 



3,387 1 13,533 



112,330 393,011 1 
. ... l,570l 



5,053 



l,083i 



19,291 



108 30 



121,748 407,583! 
3.463 



28,787: 54,599 5,742 70 i 47,002 9.5,049 10,397 20 



106,208 55,501 02 

8,707 28, 778 i 10,635 20 
1,103 .335 08 



17,780 



252,098! 82, .513 35 

71,901 24,096 85 

1,179 365 30 



CAXA PI AX TRA DE 



153 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from ('an;ula. tVre. — Continued. 



Impok'i> 



ExroKTs. 



Vail 



Value. 



1907. 
['.) mol^.) 



I'.iOS. 



19(19. 



1910. 



1911. 



9,G95 

■_',285 

132,410 



52,479 



25S,C87| 258,295 591,413 451,.574 
! 38,959 109,790 53,087 



386,811 361,319 845,790 660,993 



70,7:« 



60,174 72,8481 92,094 



28,909 32,615 13,268; 16,478^ 3 (,.529 

18.118 12,174 12,4741 19,8.56i 21,068 

2,659,650 3,632,718 3,408,0171 4,351,3]6| 4,()82,617 

]16,34l| 167,8971 56,046 90,908 138,058 

202,074 3.53,8251 309,416 423,931 663,759 



34,442 47.151 
7,123 12,515 
1,399 3,6561 



37,937 1 

6,805' 
],708| 



3],62:i 36,9.5? 

9,285 11,428 
l,S78i 1,945 



1907. 
(9 inos. 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



1,083' 



,075 16,303 1 12,561 



13,533! 19,291 1 



327,040 451,382 374,956 393,011 
.3,947 1,011 609 1,.570 



4117,583 
3,463 



22,311 48,994 22,9351 54,599i 95,049' 



IL'9,313 152,72.-ii 104,618i 168,196! 2.51,926 

10,3S5 24,466: 11,160; 2S,809i 69,591 

2,352 :\WA 401 1,103 1,179 



67,960 24,800 234,642 109,570 187,871 



67,960 24,800 234,642 109,570 187,871 



42,281 44,8871 52,337 



71,818 



12 



13 



16 



154 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



Entkkeo fop Consumption. 



ARTICLES. 



11110. 



1911. 



Quantity.! Value. I Duty. Quantity. Value. Duty. 



Silk and nianufacture-s of — Cou. 
ij Velvets, velveteen.s, plush fa- 
brics, N.O.P Yds. 

I Total silk and manufactures of 

Silver (see gold and silver) under 
metals. 

Slate and manufactures of — 
2 Mantles. 
3 
4 
5 
6 



621,450 



.? § cts.: S ' $ cts. 

I 
411,109 KX), 474 96j 632,602 488,2881 100,910 68 



5,983.840 1,544.12-2 39^ . 



6,930,448, 1,.533,262 8S 



Roofing slate Squares! 18,767l 

School writing slates I 

Slate pencils . i 

Slate and manufactures of, ; 

N.O.P 



Total slate and mfrs. of. 



72,842 14,071 25! 

31,252 7,836 86. 

6,096; 1,790 I7I . 

26,211 i 7,835 70| 



16,919 



68,728 

33,598 

7,256 



12,689 2.'J 
8,398 40 
1,810 30 



37,590l 11,178 60 



136,401 31,533 98| 



15 



16 



19 



Lbs. 



Soap — 

Common or laundry 

Common, .soft and liquid n 

Castile .- 

Harness soap n 

Toilet soap 

Whale oil soap.. Lbi 

Pearline and other soap pow- 
ders 

Soap, N.O.P., including pumice 
silver and mineral soap, sa po- 
lio and other like articles 



3,503, 

396, 

2,329, 

13, 



141 
003 
508. 
794 



62,560 



199,953 

17,215 

134,159 

1,355 
252,071| 

1,950 



34,681 13 

5,426 11 

24,190 81 

447 65 

82,585 35 



147,172 34,076 55 



4,043,537' 

371,415; 

2,575,911; 

13,3771 



49,387; 



228,393 

12,855 

157,052 

1,295 
251,403 

1,490 



39,992 8(1 

3,260 4(1 

26,767 55 

406 41 

76,076 88 



2,012,3581 105,006 36,72S 24 1,987,0571 104,563| 33,967 3!t 



101,910; 35,184 10 124,784 



20j 

21i 



22] 

23 



24 



Total soap. . 

Soya beans and soya bean cake, 
for use in the manufacture of 
cattle food and of fertilizers, 
when imported by such manu- 
facturers of cattle food and 

fertilizers Cwt 

Spices : — 

Ginger and spices, N.O.P., un- 

gromid Lbs 

11 I. ground h 

Nutmegs and mace, whole or 

unground n 

Nutmegs and mace, ground ... « 

Total spices ■. 



.Spirits and wines, viz.:- 



813,6191 219,243 391 



881,835 



39,377 T, 



219,849 20 



Absinthe Ualls. 

Alcohol, amyl or fusel oil, or 
any substance known as 
potato spirit or potato oil . . 

Arrack or palm spirit 

Brandy, including aitificial 
brandv and imitations of 
brandy, N.O.P 

Cordials and liqueuts of all 
kinds, N.O.P.; mescal, pul- 
que, rum schrub, schiedam 
and other schnapps ; tafia, 
angostura and similar alco- 
holic liitters or beverages. . . . 









613 


723 













2,762,717 
94,724 


207,341 
16,296 


23,188 76 
4.328 83 


3,139,485 
89,349 


267,342 
16,744 


29,846 86 
4,188 :'7 


154,424 
4,138 

3,016,003 


17 185 
1,261 

242,083 


2,481 92 
357 30 


144,604 
8,560 


18,095 
1,561 


2,607 64 
455 80 


30,356 81 


3,381,998 


303,742 


37,098 57 


4,000 


6,961 


9,600 00 


4,167 


7,689 


10,000 80 


11 
454 


20 
260 


26 40 
1,089 60 








637 


418 


1,528 80 


381,477 

i 


707,044 


915,-544 80 


423,557 


773,516 


1.016,536 80 


51,019 


113,415 


122,850 40 


59,654 


139,899 


143,169 60 



CAXADIAX TRADE 



155 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 
Value. 



Exports 



Value. 



1907. t 1908. 
(9 iiios.) 

S -S 



1909. 



1910. 



S 



1911. 1907. 

(9 mos.) 



240,186i 367,911, 257,142 411,76.S 486,446 
S.SIO.BISJ 5,329,037; 4,630,056! 6,017,8.58; 6,925,967 



19(.8. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



14 

51,826 72,.588 

17,679 26,834 

2,495' .3,8981 



90 

62,132 

29,340 

4,379 



72,842 68,728 

31,252 33,598 

6,096 7,256 



23,670, 27,749 28,124 26,211 37,590 

I ■ ! 

95,670' 131,083^ 124,065! 136,40lj 147,172 



42,281 



44,887 



S ' 



.52,337: 71,818' 



89,715 

5,248 

78,570 

1.395 

l.S8,737 

1,087 



129,050 

8,770| 

97,605 

2,3641 

204,9431 

1,258! 



168,581 

10,484 

138,714 

1,934 
197,736 

2,167 



202,658 

19,633 

1.35,573 

1,355 

250,170 

1,950 



65,594 100,704 



60,816 
441.162 



72,968 
617,662 



156,142 
22,220 

18,450 



106,652 108,468 



68, 530 j 
694,798! 



I 
104,2231 

824,030 



231,915i 

12,701| 

153,517i 

1,295 

256,511 

1,490 

103,056 
115,1261 J 



34,029 44,030: .51,213 29,224 



25,715 



875,611 34,029 



44,030 



51,213 



29.224; 25,715 



723| 



237,799 
16,992 

f 24,495 
\ 2,002 



218,826 206,675] 
16,496' 17, 207 1 



J76,.360 
16, .521 



16 

17 



196,812' . 281,288 
4,693 6,243 



161 
457,274 



9 
812 



761,110 



81,602: 125,482 



15,7351 
l,138i 



17,680 
1,261 



252,195! 242,823 
0,444 8,912 



18,986 ... : I jl8 

1,550 I i I 19 



313,417 



.626'. 



20 



96 



78 
260 



551,9461 742,302 



418 

832,525 



3,542 



3,206 



7,251 



11,226 



90,737 118,487' 162,545 



.121 

i22 



6,07023 



24 



156 



TRADE .lyn COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — iTEisfizED Statemext showing' the Values of Imports 



Entered for Consumption. 



ARTICLES. 



IIIIO. 



Spirits and wines — Con. 

Ethyl alcohol, when imported 
by the Department of Inland 
Revenue or by a person 
licensed by the Minister of 
Inland Revenue, to be de- 
natured for vise in the arts 
and industries, and for fuel, 
light and jxiwer 

Ethyl, or the substance known 
as alcohol, hydrated oxide of 
ethvl or sjiirits of wine Galls. 

Gin of all kinds, X.O.P .. 

Mechyl alcohol, wood alcohol, 
wood naphtha, pyroxolic 
sjiirits, or any substance 
known as wood spirits, or met- 
hylated spirits 

Methyl alcohol, when import 
ed by the Department of In- 
land Revenue or by a person 
licensed by the Minister of 
Inland Revenue, to L>e tised 
in denaturing alcohol, and 
for fuel, light and jjower. ... m 

Rum " 

Vermouth containing not more 
than 40 per cent of proof 
si)irits 1' 

Vermouth containing more 
than 40 per cent of proof 
spirits " 

Nitrous ether, sweet spirits of 
I nitre and aromatic spirits of 

ammonia « 

Whiskey « 

All spirituous or alcoholic 

liquors, N.O.P 

I 

' Total spirits 

Wines, ginger, containing not 
more than 40 per cent of 

proof spirits Galls. 

Wines, ginger, containing more 

than 40 p.c. of proof spirits. « 

Wines of all kinds, excepting 

] sparkling wines, X.O.P., in- 

I eluding orange, lemon, straw- 

' l>erry, raspberry, elder and 

currant wines (exports) i. 

Containing 20 p.c. or less of 

proof spirits (French treaty) n 
Containing over 20 p.c. and not 
over 23 p.c. proof spirits 

(French treaty) m 

Containing 26 p.c or less of 

proof spirit « 

Containing over 2H p.c. and not 
over 27 p c. 

27 .. 28 .. 

28 M 29 ., 

29 M 30 „ 

30 ,. 31 ., 
.SI „ 32 M 
?,2 .- 33 ., 
33 .. 34 „ 



Quantity. Value. Duty. Quantity. Value. Duty 



19n. 



104 143 270 40 
832,497 507,005 i,997,!Kf2 80 



.*: ets. 



361 



84 
157,361 

24,690 

6 



576 

818,172 



330 



963 20 



333 
924,799 



44 1 



269 799 20 
(J07,255 2,219,517 60 



32 105 GO 



130' 16 SO 
91,439, .377,666 40i 168,389 



93,247 404,133 60 

: ' ! 

29,860 14.930 00 26,216,' 31,743 15,871 .)0 



08 



14 40 



2,031 1 2,005 10! 



11 



962 



35 



4,702 



26 40 



3,719 40 



1,438,141 1,963,612 80j 900,812 1,718,735 2, Sai, 948 80 
24,271 1.3,.595' 58,250 40 23,381 18,402 68,114 40 



2,295,083 2,970,448 



.x4t;4.8.3:^ oO 2,.592,962 3, 395, 942 6, 189, 472 50 



3,889 
46 



391,793 



19,555 
45,091 
40,521 
33,396 
29,935 
37,786 
3.3,753 
18,7.s2 



3,.331 1,665 .50 4,597 
21l 110 40! 50 



4,345 2,172 50 
11 120 00 



1C7,295 94,!-66 20,.594 25 



227,299 11 2,91 M 65; 



1.3,38? 



19,140 2,677 40 



272,044 147,014 



8,047' 
20,185 
21,814, 
24.085 
29,639 
42,(K;7 
44,298 
2it,ii26 



7,816 60 
19,857 31 
20,187 24 
19.311 72 
20.442 10 
28,310 98 
28,206 IS 
17.715 OS 



25,101 
61,119 
47,332 
33,964 
26,418 
42,399 
37.984 
•24,798 



10,804 
29,401 
30,915 
27,107 
28,249 
45,599 
48,100 
38,403 



82,()43 SO 

8,890 68 
25,359 60 
22,521 58 
17,058 88 
14,574 00 
20,3.58 87 
27,606 94 
20,022 12 



( AXAIH.W TK.ADE 



157 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Export-; from Canad;i. kf. — Coiitiiiiied. 



Import.* 



V:tlu«. 



I '."07. 
(9 nios. ) 



lOOS. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



.■il,S77 G5,772 
31H,10() .572,165 



28 85 



26,000 oL's S2,S47 

494,082 .5.'32,4:>". 014.971' 



89^ 



r)9,G7S 90,0901 77,897 



427 



130 

S»4,881 99, 



1,247 



Kxi'oins. 



Vail 




29,.o97 43,090 



2,303 



1."'),1S7 



.").702 3,(i85 3 



00,309 117,-"i7u 129,378 188,486: 4 



1,702 



3, 109 



1..537' 6 



19,319 30,020 23,98uj . 31.419 



■M.Tlo 



11.^ 



35 



100 



1,413 5,095 2,604 2,074] 4,702 

843.210 1,300,380 1,140,.588 1,480,3491 1,77S,395 1,001,420 1,357,265 

10,979 13,188 14,363i 14,122i 19,107 3-<,288 16,466 



1.823,349 2,9^3, l72 2,429,474 3,049,204 3,584,080 1,074,094 1,482,645 



957 3,0.i8 2,507 3,0.j7: 

50 26 21 i 



3,915 
137 



1,020,796 1,032,408 l,005,776ilO 
11,000 21.856 11,86011 



1,173,572 1,203,079 1,217,414 



12 

I 

13 



7,50li 19,039 20,785 1.5.144 27,023 14 
108,902 ' la 



; 130,957 244,0101 184.000 2.3!i.4Sl 



2.3.")3 

.5.204 

9,850 

9,704 

22,4.53 

24,765. 

2t,602 

27,S10 



4,209 
7,957 
18,007. 
20,79.h| 
34,888, 
37,251! 
31,170' 
39,867; 



4,915 
'.(,418 
14,218 
27,490 
2,-,937 
29,.394 
32,80: 
27,60- 



9,943; 
20,38t.i 
23,917 
23,403^ 
29,4 10 
44,907, 
44,809 
26,72."l 



1 22,054 . . 

' 141,341;. 

11,378 .. 
29,817 .. 
27,673 . , 
28,271 . 
27.263 . 
48,399 . . 
48,520 . 
44.126 . 



16 

17 

18 
19 
,20 
21 
22 
23 
'24 
25 



158 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLE.S. 



Entered for Consumption. 



1910. 



1911. 



Quantity. Value. Duty. Quantity. Value. Duty 



.Spirits and wines — Con. 

Wines, non-sparkling; — Con. 
Containing over 34 p c. and not 

over 3.5 p. c. Galls 
35 ,1 30 
30 



:58 
39 



37 

38 
39 
40 



more than 40 N.O.P. 

j Total wines, non-sparkling. . i. 

Champagne and all other spark- 
ling wines : 
8: In bottles containing each not 
1 more than a quart but more 

than ap int, old wine measure Doz. 
9 In bottles containing not more 
than a pint V>ut more than 
I half a pint, old wine measure m 
101 In bottles containing one-half 

j pint each or less m 

11' In bottles containing more than 
• one quart each <ialls. 

I Total sparkling wines 



12,235: 

5,596! 

964 

583 
382 
132 

877 



19,062 

9,051 

1,500 

909 

.336 

93 

765 



675,496 481,528 



11,147 



1()4,058 



§ cts. 



11,975 50 

5,757 70 

1,009 12 

628 33 

337 78 

116 34 

1,864 80 



298,226 93 



•S cts. 



21,749, 11,851 OtJ 
11,078 0,543 75 



752,252 



2,7111 
2,163; 

1,016; 

157' 

l,987i 



1,712 22 

1.445 86 

669 98 

422 97 

.5,469 60 



564,805 299,376 00 



39,048 00 



12. 



34,447 
2,228 

34! 274 



281,194, 58,500 OO! 44,891 

6,198 1,834 46 3,050 

bl 00 . 121 



Total spirits and wines I .3,903,700 

■ J 



12jSponges 

ISjSpursand stilts, used in the manu- 
facture of earthenware 

14 Starch, including farina, corn 

starch, &c Lbs. 

15 Stationery (exports) 

16|Stearic acid 

17 Stockinettes for the manufacture 

• of rubber Ixjots and shoes when 
, imjwrted by uiauufacturers of 
rubber boots and shoes, for use 
I exclusively in the mauufacture 
I of such articles in thier own 

j factories 

ISlone and manufactures of : — 
ISj Bnrrstones in blocks, rough or 
unmanufactured, not liound 
, up or prepared for binding 

into mill-stones No. 

Chalk, prepared 

Chalk, China or Cornwall 
stone, cliff stone, and felspar, 
fluorspar, magnesite, ground 

or uuground 

Flint, flints an 1 ground flint 

stones Cwt. 

Flagstone, granite, rough, sand 
stone, and all building stone, 
not hammered, sawn or 

chiselled Tons 

Flagstone, all other building 
stone, sawn or dressed .. 



191,488 45,080 40 

370,5321 76,472 .55 

8,400 2,536 10 

851 .369 00 



23 




48,304! 



110,709 
27.632 



68,953 



]20,()S1I 
32.3(>2 



23,928( 110,997 16,530 60 28,001 126,386 
36,8841 184,620 36,874 10 36,5781 206,224 



18,844 00 
41,237 70 



■ Included iinder "Drugs, dyes, &c." item No. 21 page 60, subsequent U) 1907. fFflspar only. 



CAKADIiy TRADE 



159 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



1907. 

1 9 mos. ) 



18,868 
11,776' 

;;,865 

1,326 
607 
165 



1908. 



ValuH. 



1909. 



Exports. 
Value. 



1910. 



301,390 



83,462 

1.54,609 

•-',486 

12 

210,569| 

2,365,308i 

37,816 

270 

37,084 

' ' ■ "i(V550 



29,406 


15,446 


15,234 


14,412 


11,146 


7,347 


7,846 


2,575 


1,886 


1,781 


726 


669 


777 


270 


386 


188 


281 


358 


30 


147 


582 



502,879 390,947 489.665 



151,041 

300,714 

7,947 

85 

462,790 

3,948,841 

59,412 

349 

51,764 



120,521 18.5,271 



.137,972 

i 

4,631 

314 

263,438 

3,083,859 

39,612 

107 

60,802 



1911. 



1907. 
(9 mos. 



19,816' 

10.114' 

.3,241 

2,390 

1,000 

824 

1,969 

I 

581,756' 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



7,501 



19,039 



282,495 

7,858 

255 

475,879 

4,014,748 

60,954 

234 

01,096 



276,884j 

432,695i 

I 

6,937! 

1,202J 

717,7o8; 

4.884,204! 1,081,595 1,501,684 



51,982; 103,2741 76,148 76,879 



245 3,390 

17,446 24,122 



7,376 72,467 
35,219! 36,186 



1,141 1,973 
24,070' 29, .571 



81,675j 110,709 
50,768 27,632 



78,967! 80,950 63,984 110,997 
58 398 IK),740' 72,961 1 184,620 



74,338 

140 

81,536 



20,785; 15,144 



27,023 



1,194,357 1,218,823: 1,244,437 



2,419 



1,.381 
28,056 



0,404 
22,547 



5,930! 
25,280' 



9,880 
.35,001 



95,273 



880 
36,770 



120,6811 t36,625j t37,014 
32,362 



il8 
119 



t34,085 135,975, K50,57220 
21 



126,3861 2,750 

206,224 444 



12,404 

70 



3,640 
1,821 



18,232i 20,168 22 
123: 80I23 



160 



TRADE AND COMMKTUE—l'ART J 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
Xo. IG^Itemizei) Statk.mkxt showinc- the Values v.i I-t liort- 




En'TKRKU FOI! CuXSI'MPriON. 



lit 10. 



I'.tll. 



Quantity. ; Value. Duty. Quantity, j Value. Duty 



22 



23 



Stone and mfrs. of — Von. 

Ganni.ster Cwt. 

Granite, sawn only Tons 

manufactures of, X.O. P. ... 

Gra\el and sand Tons 

Grindstones, not mounted, and 
not less than 3(i inches in 
diameter 

Grindstones, X.O. P 

Gyi)sum, crude Tons 

Lava, unmanufactured. . . . Cwt. 

Lithograjjhic stones, not en- 
graved 

Manufactiu-es of stone, X.O.P 

Ornamental granite, marble, 
&c., unwrought (exports) 

Ornaniental granite, marble, 

dtc, wnuglit (exjKjrt.-i) 

Paving blocks 

Plaster of Paris, or gypsum, 
ground, not calcined Bbls. 

Plaster of Paris, or gj'psum, 
calcined and prepared wall 
plaster ...Cwt. 

Refuse stone, not sawn, haui- 
mererl or chiselled, nor tit for 
flagstones, building stonu or 
paving 

Stone for the manufacture 
of grindstones, rough (ex- 
ports) 

Tufa, calcareous 



10 



423 

■2m \ 



151,982 



2,405 

2,146 

130,697 

15.5,012 



8 cts. 



3S9 85 
39,(;24 65 



S 



S cts 



,790 



56,»JS 8,255 75 

16,524 4,132 141 

12,137 

36 



7,329 
32,372 



14 180' 2,912 

773 3,213 G41 95 

i 1.59,377 48.122 1H> 

19.5,149 199,428 



68,439 9.747 00 

23,5991 5,871 04 

\2,'m 22,8721 



1,838 (9i 
9,572 30 



10,:^6 2,073 20 
o4,861: 10.070 l(t 



71, 



420, 



392i 
957 



58,247j 11,649 40 74,143; 14,826 45 

17,402! 2,580 95 45,8S1 12,2981 1,83S 40 

123,965! 52,619 70 385,628 135,837; 48,1^3 30 



Tons 



128,008 



61,454 



152,335 (!6,3.5(; 



Cwt. 



Total stone and manufactures of. 

Sugar, .syrup and niol isse.< — 

Maple sugar Lbs. 

syrup " 

Molasses and syi-up>i of all kinds 
N.O.P., the" product of the 
sugar cane or beet 2s.O.P., 
and all imitati >ns thereof, &c. n 

Molasses, testing over .56 de- 
grees and not more than 75 
degrees by i)olariscope . . .. 

Molasso. produced in the pro- 
cess of the manufacture of 
cane sugar from the juice of 
the cane without anj' admix- 
ture with any other ingre- 
dient, wheii imported direct 
from the place of production, 
or its shipping [wrt, in the 
original package in which it 
was placed at the point of 
production and not after- 
wards subjected to any pro- 
cess of treating or mixing, 
testing by polariseope not 
less than 35 degrees nor more 
tlian .56 degrees (ialls. 



1,145,126 189,998 93^ I 1,337,010 



|- 7,607 

2,939,905 
1,944 



766! 



1.50 751 



11,2221 



1.398 



75,80<ij 14,057 13' 3,703,956 
73 10 74 



207,856 09 



79 60 



96,6941 17,429 91 



437,02l| 53,419] 13,110 54j 



i;7,f.90 



17,84(; 2,03<» 70 



CAl^^ADIAN TRADE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



161 



Imports. 



Value. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1907. 1 1908. 1909. I 1910. 

(9mos.) ; I 



2,218 

31,931 

69,67;s 

177,412 



$ j 

3,896l 

5,4.501 

119,3811 

223,043 



2,851 1 

2,756 

123,155 

136,011, 



2,405 

2,146 

130,697 

155,012 



1911. 



1907. 1908. 

(9 mos. ) I 



2,912 

3,213 

159,403' 

199,426 76,705 



132,574 



3J,187 56,319 44,434 56,903 6S,009| 1 - „ ,„ „„ „„ 
6,593 8,806 13,144' 16,524i 23,599 / ^''^*^ -J»,^<Jy 



23,410 36,510 35,268| 12,137 
' 75; 36 



8,698 3,723' 8,813 

20,147 34,846i 25,.598 



15,023 32,5661 42,420 



7,329 
32,349 



58,247 



22,872; 315,525, 428,728 



10,366 
35,427 



74,143 



1,289 
21,639 



1,619! 1,781 5,765! 17,4021 12,298 



58,364 



17,847 



664,778 



1,158 



51,32S 



82,717 



2,653 



64,849 123,9651 135,8371 



35,339 



64,454 66,3.56 



206, 



968,2271 835,2831 1,145,108 



1,337,172 



1,632 3,447 , e,611 i 2,918 



34,212 38,518 70,332 79,027i 97,512 
3,757! 561 73 . . . 



82,967 21,132 
10—11 



20,5)24 



48,.531 



22,351 
2,990 



1909. 



162,667 

18,019 
304,230 



1910. t 1911. 



284,438! 401,658 



13,'; 54 
396,495 



445 



34,2451 10,176 
I 



9,167 
23,470 



24,625' ^ 
427,903 



8,610 2,533 
26,124 3,057 



9,805 



2,987 



12,520 



772' 



2,073 



497,123 675,481 



r 149,690 228,582 
\ 1,243 3,126 



18,355 1,871 



19,0071 i- 24,993 



27,118 



567,679 



117,828 
3,503 



13,369 



788,811 



943,116 



11 



14 



15 



16 



129,046 117,20219 
4,366 3,366'20 



14,119; 6,164l21 

22 



27,547 



34,805| 26,998(23 



162 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Yahies of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Consumption. 



1910. 



1911. 



Quantity. Value. Duty. Quantity. Value. Duty 



Sugar, syrup and molasse.s — Con. 

[Molasses, not testing more than 
56 degrees by the polariscope, 
the produce of any British 
co\intry entitled to the bene- 
fits of the British Preferen- 
tial Tariff when produced 
from sugar cane and imj^orted 
direct by ship, from the coun- 
try of production, or from 
any British country, in the 
original package in which it 
was placed at the point of 
production and not after- 
wards subjected to any pro- 
cess of treating or mixing.. . . Galls. 

Molasses of cane testing under 
35 degrees by the polariscope 
when imported for use ex- 
clusively in the manufacture 
of compressed food for live 
stock Lbs. 

Sugar above No. 16 D.S. in 
colour M 

Sugar N.O.P. not above No. 16 
D.S. in colour « 

Sugar, raw, as described in pre- 
ceding item, when imported 
to be refined in Canada by 
Canadian sugar refiners, un- 
der provisions of Tariff Items 
135 B and 135 C. (This ite.n 
does not include the amount 
of sugar entered for consump- 
tion under Tariff Item 135, 
on which a refund of duty 
was subsequent!}' obtained 
under items 135 B and 135 C) m 

Sugar candy, and confectionery 
of all kinds, including sweet- 
ened gums, candied peel, 
candied pop-corn, candied 
fruit, candied nuts, flavouring 
powders, custard ]X)wders, 
jelly powders, sweetmeats, 
sweetened breads, cakes, pies, 
puddings, and all other con- 
fections containing sugar. . . , h 

Glucose or grape sugar, glucose 
syrup and corn syrup, or any 
syrups containing any ad- 
mixture thereof n 

Saccharine or any product con- 
taining over ^ per cent thereof 



Total sugar, syrup and molasses . 



5,979,249 



851,497 

35,484,778 
409,081,796 



1,414,275 



10,527 



1,147,401 



§ cts. 



290,249 90 



10,21.3,210 2,486,257 71 



53,221,907 



4,173,322 



1,341,296 



279,392 10 



6,425,908 



1,510,930 



31,043,174 
4o7,1.37,&l8 



1,276,991 



16,125 



S cts. 



1,093,850, 266,205 26 
11,630,7592,629,802 6 



85,927,342 



585,762, 153,952 92 6,138,411 



2,.386,131 455,904 78 



865,658 223,306 95 



4,517,852 103,877 25,515 9C' 4,907,869 95,404 30,087 40 



14,946,412 3,262,697 75. 



17,480,856 3,625,046 66 



CANADIAN TRADE 



163 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 





Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value . 


1907. 
(9 mos.) 


1908. 


i 1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


1907. 
(9 mos.) 


1908. 


1909. 


1 

I 1910. 


1911. 


S 


s 


s 


S 


$ 


1 

$ 


$ 


33.5,543 


931,416 


871,254 


1,414,275 


1,276,991 


1 

1 










3,633 


.5,732 


7,164 


10,527 


16,125 


J 










707,084 


1,030,3.56 


877,435 


1,171,872 


1,108,466 


) 










5,321,131 


9,383,918 


9,974,472 


10,439,693 


12,494,464 






















1 
1 

1^ 20,505 


4,210 


10,586 


37,981 


52,928 




491,463 


908,778 


991,110 


1,213,191 


1 

1 

1 
J 










274,214 


395,738 


405,046 
14.5,742 


585,669 


865,779 












58,747 
1,080 


129,449 


103,556 


96,442 




3,756 




5,605 




12,4.33,111 


13,285,155 


14,8.50,944 










225,922 


206,6."); 


6,819,775 


17,190,895 


214,780 


208.604 


172,833 



10-111 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
Xo. 16 — Itemized Statement showing tlie "Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 




En 


TERED FOR 


Consumption. 








1910. 






1911. 






Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Tallow Lbs. 


258,225 


26,326 

14,458 


1 

■ $ cts. 

1 4,729 85 
3,330 68 


252,457 


24,636 
10,472 


j S cts. 

4,629 35 
2,356 80 




Tar and pitch (pine) in packages 

of not less than 15 galls Galls 

Tar, coal and coal pitch n 

Tar, base, coal or salt for manu- 
facture of coal tar d^'es Lbs. 

Total tar 






3 


1,319,614 
2,834,776 

32,507 


62,718 
134,900 

5,514 


1,4.56,275 
3,518,667 

15,637 


70,013 
188,971 

2,257 




4 




6 

















203,132 






261,241 






Tea of India black imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 
the United Kingdom Lbs. 

Tea of Cej'lon Hack importe i di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 
the United Kingdom.. « 










6 

7 
S 


10,551,210 
44,968 

11,711,556 
57,774 

994,176 
16,220 

261,223 
41,906 

144,625 


1,585,183 
5,707 

2,063,593 
10,751 

117.949 
1,593 

43,046 

6,708 

26,479 


""576'76 

1,075 "16 

""l59"30 


13,451,922 
2,249 

10,671,415 
52,005 

1,337,500 
18,389 

249,460 
37,225 

575,950 


2,037,131 
409 

1,994,598 
6,833 

153,291 
1,760 

42,756 
7,459 

95,565 


46'96 


9 

10 

11 
12 


Tea of China black imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 
the United Kingdom 

Tea of other countries black im- 
ported direct or purchased in 
bond in the United Kingdom . >r 

Tea of India gi-ccn imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 
the United Kingdom ir 


683 30 
176 60 


13 
14 


670 80 


745 90 


15 


Tea of Ceylon green imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 
the United Kingdom „ 






16 


3,061,668 
29,549 

1,377,214 
201,364 

4,502,400 
173,075 


491,319 
4,492 

175,249 
18,485 

774,721 
21,210 




2,077,072 

9,857 

1,256,631 
55,118 

4,285,705 
148,134 

25,686 
4,735 


361,736 
1,169 

161,915 
5,775 

761,008 
18,373 

4,373' 
7o2i 




17 
18 


Tea of China green imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 
the United Kingdom „ 

Tea of Japan green imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 
the United Kingdom n 


449 20 


116 90 


19 

20 


1.848 50 


577 50 


-21 
22 


Tea of other countries green im- 
ported direct or purchased in 
bond in the United Kingdom.. „ 

Total tea u 


2,121 OC 


1,837 30 


23 


9,438 


1,369 


136 90 


73 20 




33,178,366 


5,347,854 


7,031 50 


34,259,053 


5,654,883i 

1 


4,251 00 




Teasels 


94 




524 
128,309 






594 

155,505 




9fi 


Teeth, artificial 



















CAXADIAN TRADE 



165 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



I M POETS. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9mos.) 



1908. 



5,654 i 22,890 
23,249j 26,549 



16,6.57 
114,071 



130,728 



1,024,178 
156 



1,136.496 
874 



70.706 
139 



89,560 



1909. 



15,196 
11,864 



1910. 



1911. 



26,326; 24,636 
14,458; 10,472 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



8,990 



182,9711 131,761 

346 1,679 

272,877 199,762 



66,322; 62,718 
134,900 



70,013 



5,438 



39,414 
1,646 



217,835, 
11,962 



84,294 
372 



584,164 
7,198 



1,362,411 
175 



1,712,107 
662 



72,201 
2,060 



3,470 
2,163 



86,528 
2,595i 



32.3, 51 8 i 
1,5861 



99,372 
3,576 



662,089 
3,745 



1,440,676 
12 



2,084,0')4 
947 



144,667 
3.037 



3,714 
2,690 



44,090 



188,971 
5,514 2,257 
203,1.32 261,241 



539 
3,18.5,4111 



7,725 
4,346,043 



258 1,039 

5,080 89,951 



505,434 
2,003 



106,583 
18,907 



709,669 

7,068 



6,218 
1,587 

5,081,.306 



1,585,183 
5,707 



2,063,593 
10,751 



117,949 
1,593 



43,046 
6,865 



26,479 



491,319 
4,504 



175.249 
18,485 



774,721 
21,962 



523 
93,198 



1,369 
5,348,775 



524 
128,309 



2,0.37,131 
409 



l,994,.o98 
6,833 



1.53,291 

1,770 



90,879 



90,879 



42,756, y 430,201 
7.586 



95,565 



361,736 
1,169 



161,915 

5,775 



761,0081 
17,356 



4,373 

1,257 1 ) 



5,654,528 430,201 



594 
155,505 



Exports. 



Value. 



1908. 



1909. 



17,629 



1910. 



34,886 22,808 



69,693 106,279 



69,693 



586,919 



586,919 



106,279 



904,138 



904,138 



88,837 



88,837 



741,970 



741,970 



1911. 



1,996 



59,497 



59,497 



10 
13. 



674,291 



14i 
15. 



16 
17 



18 
19 



20 
,21 



22^^ 
23. 



674,291 



24- 

25 



166 



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No. 16— Itemized Statemext showing the Values of Ln ports 



19 



ARTICLES. 


Entered for Consumption. 


1910. 


1911. 


Quantity. Value. Duty. 


Quantity. 1 Value. 


Duty. 


Tobacco and mfrs of — 

Cigarettes Lbs. 

Cigars ,, 

Tobacco, cut „ 

SnufiF „ 

All other manufactures of to- 
bacco, N.O.P 

Tobacco, unmanufactured for 
excise purposes, under con- 
ditions of Inland Revenue 

Act 

Foreign raw leaf tobacco, sam- 
ples unstemmed 


35,049 
108,096 
338,980 

10,913 

154,496 
13,753,141 


87,600 
431,314 

208,832 
5,955 

67,730 
3,229,239 


S cts. 

127,047 00 

432,812 01 

186,440 47 

5,456 50 

77,248 00 


48,770 
120,828 
454,643 

10,477 

280,417 
17,204,271 


$ 

124,066 

485,316 

281,445 

4,440 

100,186 
3,820,839 


$ cts. 

177,326 50 

483,813 00 

250,053 65 

5,238 50 

109,208 50 




Stems and cuttings (exports) 














Total tobacco and manufactures i, 

Tobacco pipes of all kinds, pipe 
mounts, cigar and cigarette 
holders, and cases for same, 
smokers' sets and cases there- 
for and tobacco pouches 














14,400,675 


4,030,670 


829,003 98 


18,119,406 


4,816,292 


1,025,640 15 




626,076 
59,198 


192,370 20 
15,678 86 




807,989 
81,753 


237 743 51 


Trunks, valises, hat-boxes, carpet 
bags, and tool bags 




22 480 35 


Treenails 






Tortoise and other shells, un- 
manufactured 




13,941 






18,538 
2,536 




Turtles 




2,156 

527,349 

40 








Turpentine, spirits of Galls. 

Umbrellas, parasols and sun- 
rials 


963,115 
204 




883,266 
622 


683,236 '...'. 

1S3 




109,403 

26.3,715 

10,422 

60 


27,483 90 
52,405 78 




116,840 

449,644 

10,719 


28 757 89 


Unenumerated articles 






77,270 10 


Vaccine and ivory vaccine points 






Vaccine points, articles for the 
manufacture, viz.: — 
Glass caps, shells, containers 

bulbs, boxes or corks, only 
when imported by manufac- 
turers of vaccine points (O.C., 
July 13, 1901) 










Varnish, "lacquers, japans, japan 
dryers, liquid dryers, and oil 

Varnish, black and bright for 
ships' use ,. 

Total varnishes „ 

Vegetables, viz. : — 

Melons No. 

Potatoes, N.O.P Bush. 

M sweet and yams ,i 

Tomatoes, fresh „ 






93,477 


161,848 


52,028 35 


94,064 


162,544 


52,287 46 




1 










161,848 


52,028 35 


94,064 


162,544 


52,287 46 






704,766 

219,330 

39,664 

146,429 


65,717' 
182,160 

35,065 
167,588, 


21,142 98 

43,754 47! 

3,966 22! 

50,107 70i 


825,838 

360,029 

43,458 

204,373 


79,992 
212,536 

41,298 
256,958 


24,775 14 

71,946 33 

4,343 67 

76,990 80 



CAXADIAX TRADE 



167 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada,- &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos) 



69.991 
408,106 
179,626 

19,390 

43,717 

2,963,085 
6 



1908. 



95,862 
441,355 
248,930 

31,899 

69,921 



1909. 



81,338 
385,860 
156,349 

27,063 

62,805 



1910. 



1911. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1907. 1908. 

(9 mos) 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



95,4091 125,289, 
414,7421 488,493| 



223,616 
5,766 

69,353 



3,488,853 3,462,976 3,448,890 



3,683,921 



337,940 

66,520 
123 

2,66n 

606 

295,200 

89,983 



53,559 

162,524 

5,241 



4,356,820: 4,176,391 



670,968 
44,973 



647,525! 
40,333i 



4,257,776 



615,500 
59,492 



556 
2,026 



283,876 
4,568| 

102,413 



3,947,807 



4,952,446 



796,114 

81,838 



3,929 

1,616 

562,125 

427 



114,987 

287,8651 
12,903 



124 



6,764 

1,928 

412,818' 

2,027 



100,621 

248.869 

13,195 



13,941 

2,156 

527,349 

40 



109,408 

268,814 

10,422 



18,538 

2,536 

683,236 

133 



117,021 

449,617 

10,719 



60 



1 
59,723 

82,033 



356 
3,579 



50 
51,458 



907! 
1,757 



598 
2,365 



61,837' 49,931 39,537 



i23 1 

2,311 2 

3 

4 

5 



126,929 141,72o! 171,481 143,828 6 



42,396 66,381 38,417 28,358 41,346 8 



186,735 248,753 244,6381 252,733: 227,445 



105,630 14.3,553; 131,170, 161,515 163,470 
111! 
146 

105,776 143,553 



131,170 161,515 163,470 



37,911! 47.359 

72,284 203,018 

24,092 31,080 

58.027 128,930 



53,550 65,851 

129,759: 185,886 

30,239 35,145 

150,9501 168,030 



80,425 . 
247,668 

41,363 . 
257,863 . 



379,155 



517,576 



920,979 1,138,352! 640,829 



19 



168 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing tlie Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Vegetables — Con . 

Tomatoes and other vegetables, 
including corn and baked 
beans in cans or other air- 
tight packages, N.O.P T^bs. 

Turnips (expoi-ts) 

All other (exports) 

Vegetables, N.O.P , 



Total vegetables. 



Vinegar of any strength not ex- 
ceeding .strength of yirooi Galls. 

Vinegar, above strength of proof, n 

Total vinegar 



11 



16 



21 



Waste or shoddy from cotton, 
woollen or other fabrics or from 
yarn or thread, machined, gar- 
netted or prepared for use .... Lbs. 



Watches 

Watch cases and parts thereof, 
finished or unfinished 

Watch actions and movements 
and parts thereof, finished or 
antinished. including winding 
bars and sleeves 

Watch glasses and watch keys . . . 



Entered foe Consumption. 



1910. 



Quantity . 



Value. 



2,943,377 



137,383 
11,1()2 



148,545 



Total watches and movements. 



4,126,890 



Wax, beeswax Lbs. 

Wax, paraflfine n 

M selling It 

It vegetable and mineral, N. 

O.P 

Wax, and manufactures of, N. 

O.P 



61,972 

429,801 

54,813 

518,099 



Total wax . 



Webbing, elastic, over one inch 
wide 

Webbing, non -elastic, when im- 
ported by manufacturers of sus- 
penders for use exclusively in 
the manufacture of such 
articles in their own factories 

Whalebone, unmanufactured. . . . Lbs. 

Whips of all kinds, including 
thongs and lashes 

Square or round reeds and raw- 
hide centres, textile leather or 
lubber heads, thumbs and tips, 
and steel, iron or nickel caps 
for whip ends, irniwrted by 
whip manufacturers for use in 
the manufacture of whips in 
their factories 



IGO 



214,325 



638,462 



1,^03,317 



Duty. 



1911. 



Quantity. 



,? cts. 



42,958 63 



188,731 85 



350,661 85 



Value. 



6,517,012 



377,511 



769,847 



Duty. 



•S cts. 



87,957 12 



1,738,142 



229,860 30 
495,873 36 



39,534 16 224 06 133,594 
5,037 6,656 59 42,648 



44,57ll 22,880 65 



259,039| 27,551 97 4,905,661 



176,242 



55,169 
106,746 



16,408 45 
31,996 50 



884,568 132,.373 80 1,010,575 



1,046,483! 180,778 75 



45,588 
7,295 



52,883 



330,485 



92,715 



14,216 57 
10,041 74 



24,258 31 



.H761 41 



26,227 44 



126,683 37,803 70 



1,229,973 



19,473 1,954 34 

27,296 6,583 54 

14,393' 2,708 50 

60,624 6,036 02 

33,612 6,636 26 



80,226 

1,856,049 

67, 958 j 

452,354 



126,311 31 



190,432 45 



155,398 



291.993 



10,070 
1,042 

11,514 



35,334 



23,918 66 



54,388 20 



1,991 88 



3,063 00 



83 



22,752 2,270 70 

81,189 19,508 35 

15,716 2,881 30 

77,8621 7,713 40 

42,204; 7.324 67 



2.39,7231 39,698 42 



308,800 57,463 00 



6,415, 1,268 67 
579; 

15,490 4,064 30 



50,737 



CANADIAN TRADE 



169 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into aud Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



1907. 

(9 mos. 



1908. 



1909. 



102,383! 160,995 



1910. 



1911. 



186,425 216,5101 421,027 



225,436 545,871! 492,706[ 642,209 
520,133: 1,117,253^ 1,043,629 1,313,631 



779,344 
1,827,690 



24.606 
5,136 

29,742 



61,718 
51,657 
51.765 



35,735 
3,010 

38,745 



265,712 
49,800 
84,071 



697,153 829,082 
10,355 



810,930 98^,953 



14,802 20,209 
5,912 8,041 
2,902 12,056 



35,559 

3,146 

_ [, 

38,705; 



203,568 
43, .51 7 
73,213 



37,064' 
5,102! 



46,937 
6,279 



42,166 53,216 



259,054, 330,485 



53,289 
106,746 



92,443 
126,723 



669,692 884,643i 1,011,203 



17,0.55 
38,173 

78,844 



'r 179,272 



35 
7,241 



55,895 

14,678 

110,879 

( 204,675 

I 
1 

[ 2,168 
18,860 



786,422 

15,226 
12,924 
12,4.56 

44,335 

23,939 

108,880 

194,550 



8,082 
40 

19,780 



1,044,678 1,230,369 



19,473 
27,517 
14,384 

64,289 

3.3,514 

159,177 

292,105 



10,070 
1,042 

11,514 



34,150. 34,6561 24,737 35,334 50,737 



24,386 
81,168 
15,705 

75,031 

42,131 

238,421 

308,952 



6,415 
579 

1.5,487 



EXPOKT.S. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



6,482 25,159; 32,157 65,643 

145,250; 188,432| 150,448 176,556 

.59,392 83,932! 126,101 169,543 



590,279 815,099 1,229,685 1,550,094 



97 



204! 



1651 



204 



165 



177 
177 



31,240 
208,611 
246,021 



1,126,701 

116 
116 



17 



-20 



21 



170 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
ISTo. 16 — ^Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



10 



20 



23 



ARTICLES. 



Window cornice* and cornice 

poles of all kinds 

Window shades cut to size or 
hemmed or mounted on rollers, 
N.O.P., and window shade 

cloth in the piece . . Sq.yds. 

Window shade or blind rollers 

Wood and manufactures of : — 
Barks : — 

Hemlock Cords 

Oak and tanners 

Corkwood or cork bark 

Wood for fuel Cords 

Wood ten pins, rough, for the 

mf. of ten pins 

Bamboo reed, not further 
manufactured than cut into 
suitable lengfths for walking 
sticks or canes, or for sticks 
for umbrellas, parasols or 
sunshades and bamboos un- 
manufactured 

Felloes of hickory or oak, not 
further manufactured than 
rough sawn or bent to shape 

D shovel handles wholly of wood 



Entered for Coxsumption. 




1911. 



Quantity. Value. Duty. 



S cts. 
5,402: 1,464 80 



333,713 



180 



46,151 
36,251 



1,068 



3J,246 



and 



Handle, heading, stave 
shingle bolts, X.O.P 

Heading and stave bolts and 
staves in the rough ot poplar 

Hickory billets 

Hickory, sawn to shape for 
spokes of wheels 

Hickory and oak six)kes, not 
further manufactured than 
rough turned and not tenon- 
ed, mitred or sized 

Knees and futtocks (exports) 

Barrels, emptj' No. 

Barrels containing petroleum 
Or its products, or any mix- 
ture of which petroleum 
forms a part wh.en such con- 
tents ar<-! chargeable with 
specific duty m 

Barrels and packages of Cana- 
dian manufacture which have 
been exported filled with Ca- 
nadian products when re- 
turned, or exported empty 
and returned filled with for- 
eign products 

Fishing rods 

Furniture, house, cabinet or 
ofiice 

Caskets and coffins and metal 
parts thereof 



65,679 
89,171 



11,065 78 
12,349 13 



9,217 



61,485| 

30,490 4,571 70 

I 

I 
72,536 



108,827 



44,207 



249 49 80 
44,631 



S S cts. 
12,183i .S,251 40 



268,395 42,395 
17,674 



79 



515 



9,774 80 
5,947 80 



64,182 

28, 109 1 77,922 



185,928i 

128,924 3'2',13.3 63 



43,823 10,844 79 



7M11 

30,548 8,283 80 



994,380 
32,719 



290,341 68 
8,179 75 



83,525 



44,937 



75 



11,027 



7 50 



57,776 

49,906 7,485 90 



129,228 
' (32,552 



239,309 

'91^389 '22,778 62 



44,508 



107,494 
30,986 

1,339,898 

24,822 



10,871 21 



8,377 70 

390,076 28 

6,205 50 



CAyADIAX TRADE 



171 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 1 Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



1908. 1909. i 1910. 



1911. 1907. 
(9 mos.) 



1908. 



1909. 



6,881t 9,873, 4,465 5,402 12,183 



5,587 
33,757 



114 

277 
49,259 
72,592: 



2.5,960 
40,864| 



608 



18,332 
30,833 



46,151 
36, 460 1 



1,068 



42, 770 ; 
17,674 



515 31,481 34,215 



107,638 69,182 
128, 747 1 125,142 



6.5,679 
89,171 



6,988 

25,849 
40,940j 

55,480 



11,985 
1,704 



4,317j 

I 

49,647 

67, 633 1 

119,647 
"57,476 



29,175' 
42.948! 



9,217 

61,485 
30,490 



33,489 72,536 



30 
36,115 



249 
44,631 



150,604 249,752 99,369 



77,232 83,356 



185,928 



129,952 



21,365 35,862 35,160 44,318 



35,726 
13,324 

570,283! 

16,350 



50,150; 

24,8071 



79,010 
25,358 



812,418' 681,290 
18,216 25,305 



75,111 
30,464 

997,569 

32,719 



64,182 

77,922 

75 



11,027' 

57,776 
49,906 

129,228 
62,552 



49,432 



239,309 



91,300 



45,162 



107,494 
30,925 

1,345,188' 

24,822 



83,831 



122,118 



78,281 



12,480 
36,674 



18,896 
66,246 



1910. 1911. 



83,264 



47,016 



15,688! 
56,9961 



7,556 
70,375 



78,138 



46,456 



3,068 
69,792 



144,320 . 180,802 



295,241 



265,260 



263,903 



12 



15 



19 



172 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing tlie Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Wood and manufactures of — Con. 

Curtain stretchers 

Doors, sashes and blind.- 



12 



pores). 



(ex- 



Handles of all kinds — Ash 

Hickory 

Hub, last, wagon, oar and gun 
blocks, and all like blocks or 
Slicks rough hewn or sawed 
only, and scale board for 
cheese boxes 

Lasts of wood 

Matches and match splints 
(exports) 

Mouldings, plain, gilded or other- 
wise further manufactured 

Rakes, hay No. 

Refrigerators n 

* Sawed, split or cut boards, 

planks and other lumber, 
when not f urthermanufactur- 
ed than dressed on one side 
only M. ft. 

* Sawed boards, planks, deals, 
planed or dressed on one or 
both sides, when the edges 
thereof are jointed or tongued 
and grooved ■ 

Shingles 

Show cases and metal parts 
thereof 

Spool wood and spools (exports) 

Woodenware, churns, wash- 
boards, pounders and rolling 



M. 

No. 



pms.. 



Pails and tubs 

Manufactures of wood, N.O.P .. . 

* Lumber and timber, manufac- 
tured, N.O.P M. ft. 

Timber hewn or sawed, squar- 
ed or sided or creosoted 

Ship-timber and ship planking, 
N.O.P 



Entered for Consumption. 



1910. 



CJuantity . ' Value. 



1911. 



Duty. ; Quantity. Value. 



5,511 



2l,fl0.3 
46,813 



8<S,333 
42,005 



1,872' 
810 



85,053 



7,617 
5,087 

2.137 



55,987 

313 

22,626 



1,852,542 



102,9.o0 
10,469 

20,038 



Umbrella, parasol and sun- 
shade sticks or handles,N.O.P 

Veneers of oak, rosewood, ma- 
hoganj', Spanish cedar and 
walnut, not o\"er -fir of an 
inch in thickness 

Veneers of wood, N.O.P., not 
over if*, of an inch in thick- 
ness 

Walking sticks and canes of 
all kinds 

Wood pulp, chemically prepared . . 
1. mechanically ground... 



13,613 

1.5,262 

,142,513 



53,178 



24,804 



•S cts. 
1,653 30! 



6.223 21 
11,658 69 



Duty. 



7,632 2,289 20 



10,501 25 



25,196 
65,522 



100,297 
52,953 



14,096 47 

70 43 

6,786 60 



25,737 5C 
6,617 37 



5,340 
969 



193,523 



22,850 
5,754 



65,284 

792 

37,652 



3,.500,066 



315,621 
11,379 



2,328] 32,117 



2,725 06 

3,815 50 

283,958 30 



6,277 48 
16.338 08 



13,238 25 



16,313 81 

178 19 

11,295 60 



78,901 87 



10,406 20 



17,056 3,406 00 

13,9J5 3,484 05 

1,613, 661 1 397,056 48 



13 



182 
332,927 



29 80 



4,804 40 



Wood unmanufactured- 
Other articles, produce of forest (ex pts) 
* For exports see items 21 to 31, pages 174 and 175. 



212,906 15,966 78 

" I 
I 

31,9661 4,791 55 

16,834 4,357 20] 

33,769' 8,476 17' 



20,336 

245,933 

53,133 

18,414 

52,826 



3,761 40 



18,439 52 

7,969 95 

4,733 80 
13,148 80 



CANADIAX TRADE 



173 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



Exports. 



1907. 
(9 raos.) 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



3.202 



4,593 5,510 



1911. 



1907. 1908. 

(9 mos.) 



Value . 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



r,G32 



5,832| 6l,109| 27,337 24,903 2.'i,lll6 
28,204 35,.5y8j 49,081i 4G,928| G5,511 



12,090 52.896 
2(5,403 52,496 



68,935 
743 



959,081 



78,884 

2,443 

28,112 



2,012,315 



70,2581 104,566 
10,362' 12,921 

17,747 22,205 



54,562 88,333 
28,482; 42,005 



62,209, 56,278 

4(56; 313 

18,997 22.C71 



1,107,180 1,.'JJ2,542 



104,856 102,950 

14,345 10,469 

I 

18,776; 19,682 



8,548 9, 55 J 

12,559 18,826 

851,651 1,131,724 

14,373 1,502 

40,409: 190,685 

1,324 

12,149i 14,279 



I 

9,370 13,013 

8,094 1.5,217 

842,{<27 1,142,535 



2,154 . 

59,340 .03,17s 



10, .509 24,804 



100,297 
52,9.53 



65,599 

792 

37,569 



3,500,066 



31.J.621 



80,114i 129,924 



65,7951 29,244 



38,770 
10,.556 



83,407 
8,317 



11,379: 1,340,854 
32,193 



17,0561 
13,945! / 



49 IBS 



4,699 



1,618,686| 320,972 
182 



2,547,985 
27; 675 

12,217 



55,837 
1,938 



20,593 



122,900 
3,866 



85,695 7 
1,786 8 



2,581,755 2,331,443 1,68-5,761 



41,599 



7,700 



544,790 323,195 



332,927 



1 r 174,887; 130,8i7| 212,906 

i- 165,649 -i I { 

J j [ 41,514J 2^,736| 31,966 

15,449> 16,224 16,326] 17,261 

35,960} 58,557i 3.5,252,' 35,191 



20.336 



245,933 



.53,133 
18,4651 



82,405 98,183 



IC 



11 



14,606' 16,357 j^ 



377,840 



492,698 



^•?iQ7l 9 o<uo4fil /1. 3^5,7541 1,603.006 1,658,8 
Oii,iy/^| ^,jj«,.«0| ,^2,652,098 2,703,923 .3,545,7 



;,816 



25 

l,.308,10i:26 



6,8791 



5,521 



5,457 



51 4,407,431 27 



2,0481 4,36928 



174 



TRADE AXD COMMENCE— PART 1 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 




E 


VTERED FOI! 


COXSCMPTIOX. 






1910. 


1911. 




Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Wood and manufactures of — Con. 

Logs and round unmanufac- 
tured timber 




S 
532,884 


S cts. 




S 
699,107 


•S cts. 


2 


Elm ^ 

Hemlock .... 

Oak 

Pine 

Spruce 

Tamarack . . . 
All other .... 


f 










3 


- . .expoits. ■ 






1 








4 
















5 














6 
















7 
8 














9 


Lumber and timber, planks an 
boards, when not other wis 
manufactured than roug 
sawn or split or creosotec 
vulcanized or treated by an 
preserving process :— 

Cherry, che.stnut, gumwoo 




d 

6 

h 
, 

y 

i 
Ar ft. 


11,983 

1,583 

50,556 

42,341 

28 
52 


534,834 

174,3.57 

2,146,359 

1,028,483 
1,2.52 
3.740 




16,740 

.3,022 

57,593 

94,048 

81 

46 


670,775 

347,750 

2,321,936 

2,111,818 

5,117 

4,492 




10 


Mahogany m 

Oak... „ 






11 






12 




13 
14 


Redwood 








15 








Ifi 


Spanish cedar. . . 




172 


17,591 




967 

7 

594 

2,426 


57,109 

301 

32,685 

127,674 

32,875 




17 












18 


Walnut 


512 26. .5.56 




19 




\ 


1,246 


65,146 




20 


African teak, amaranth, blac' 
heart ebony, boxwood, coco 
boral, dogwood, lignum vitae 
persimmon, red cedar an 


41,530 






21 


Lumber, viz. : — 
Bass wood, bu 

hickory (expc 
Battens and pi 

clapboards 
Deals, pine (ex 

11 spruce a 
Deal ends (exp 
Lath wood (exp 


ttemut and 
)rts) 








22 


le and spruce 
M. ft. 


118 


1,296 










23 










24 


nd other (ex( 
















?5 
















^rt 


orts) . 













97 


r.nrl i.ir-Ws \f 9 Iflfi 


6,4i2' 


17,249 


49,056 
195^ 354 




28 


Planks and boards (exports 
Joists and scantling (expor 


s). i ......... 




sn 


\r i +4.782 


149.553 


t6,967 




SI 


Lumber, all other, X.E.S (exports) 
Hop, hoop, telegraph and 




1 




32 




! 








SS 


Masts and spars (exports) 

Piles and pile timbpr (pvnort.s 












S4 












35 


Posts, cedar, ta 

other (exports) 

Shingle bolts of p 


marack an 




1 j 











36 
37 
38 
39 
40 


ine or cedar (expts.) 


663^825 






' im'Mh 






_ 






Shooks, box <expc 
1. other (fcx 


jrts) 










ports) 


! 









t Staves of oak, sawn, split or cut, not further manufactured than listed or jointed. 
* Hop poles onl}-. 



CANADIAN TRADE 



175 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



410,264 



1908. 



526,182 



1909. 



579,833 



191(». 



532,884 



1911. 



609,107 



Exports. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



2,793 

580 

1,257 

2,505 

146,427 



1908. 



18,967 

31,489 

2,796 

2,894 

101,231 



1909. 



1910. 



15,288 

31,797, 

3,162 

20,981' 

109,784 



21,049 

15,273 

50 

20,219 

123,463 



1911. 



23,983 
7,581 



26,610 
152,327 



390,965 

184,450 

1,395,210 

1.288,791 

3,383 

2.263 



4,332 

289 
38,821 
80,552 



26,528 



684,252 

213,339 

2,173,793 

2,170,143 

2,279 

4,652 

68 

8,393 



388,134 

140,070 

1,380,415 

1,049,668 

1,134 

3,833 



534,834 

174,357 

2,146,3.59 

1,028,483 

1,252 

3,740 



670, 

347, 

2,321, 

2,111, 



306,993 



541,761 



747,413 



34,370 
106,499 



28,978 



6,468 

42 

23,529 

61,573 



41,002 



17,591 57,109 
301 
,685 
,674 



26,556 
65,146 



41,530 



3,510 



1,160 



1,296 



1,738 
'264J93 



12,345 
"t344J39 



2,869 



tl74,346 



6,412 
tl49,.553 



*325 



291,966 



599,544 



644,355 



663,825 



32, 
127, 



32,875 



49,056 



tl95,354 



1,197,805 



113,672 

23,549 

1,624,518 

6,876,171 

295, .539 

20,001 

1,559,315 

15,335,336 

761,193 

154,702 

348,778 

85,855 

5,407 

116,966 

12,585 

28,729 

382,372 

484 

285^020 



95,410 

17,585 

1,677,159 

6,670.673 

318,509 

6,376 

1,740,486 

21,092,297 

1,046,465 

216,172 

279,587 

117,406 

7,262 

301,372 

29,757 

55,918 

657.521 

100 

2081960 



821,711 



982,750 



20 



61,500 



8,209 
694,2771 1. 
321,790 6. 
307,241 

3.465| 
806,129] 2. 
178,09123: 
814,363 1: 
90,3521 
414,6411 



70,446 

57,921! 
653,437! 1 
461,280' 6 
367,154; 

10,310 
107,1671 1 
253,21921 
295.3891 1 

94,479 
.562,315 



44,153' 56,177 

8,0991 4,544 

76,065, 131,518 



32,423 

48,808 

295,551 

1,257 

116^967 



46,930 

73,544 

422,214 

124 

240,931 



93,444 21 

39,297;22 
564,518] 23 
939,010 24 
344,21125 
1,600 26 
971,260,27 
533,086 28 
202,832 29 
106,25830 
.S94,688[31 

78,.55132 

.3,960 33 

171,748 34 



34,228 

37,204 

357,261 



35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
290,662 40 



176 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. IG — Itemized Statemext showing the Values of Imports 



15 



16 



21 
22 

23 

24 1 
251 
26 
27| 
28 
I 

29 







Entered for 


COXSUMPTION. 




ARTICLES. 




1910. 


1911. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Wood and manufactures of— Coi 
Sawdust of wood uf all kinds. 
Timber, square, viz. : — 
A.'ih "1 


I. 




26.827 


§ cts. 




$ 
21,976 


$ cts. 


Birch.. 
















Elm 
















Maple 1 

















Oak ^exports.. 

Pine, red 

11 white 

All other J 

Treenails 












































L 




























Wood, blocks and other, for 






. 








Wood, blocks for matches (ex^ 
Miscellaneou.s wood and manu 
factures, N.E.S., viz.:— 

Cane, reed, or rattan, no 
further manufactured thai 
split, N.O.P 

Corks, manufactured fron 
corkwood, over three 
fourths of an inch in dia 
meter measured at th 
larger end 

Corks, manufactured fron 
corkwood, three-fourths o 
an inch and less in dia 
meter measured at th 
larger end 

Manufactures of corkwoo( 
or cork bark, N.O.P., in 
eluding strips, shives 
shells and washers of cork 


)orts) . . 














t 
1 

1 

e 
Lbs. 

f 

e 

i 


423,910 
37,647 


38,592 
135,076 

16,211 

94,214 

52,858 

16,657 
4,975 


3,873 8'J 

21,164 88 

2,982 48 
18,539 63 


420,209 

48,734 




42,952 
122,614 

19,413 

185,021 
56,365 

14,823 

5,841 


4,294 55 

20,964 67 

3,882 38 
36,688 55 








Cane and rattan, not manu- 

fr«;tured 

Willow or osiers — 

Osiers or willows, unmanu- 






Wares and all manufactures 
of like material, N.O.P 






















Total wood and manu- 
factures of. . . 




11,462,522 


813.205 81 




17,2.37,372 


1,118,901 34 










Wool and manufactures of (exix:) 
Blankets composed wholly o 

pure wool 

Cassimeres, cloths and doeskin 
Coatings and overcoatings . . . 


rts)... 




1 
; 








f 
Lbs. 

3 Yds. 


73,791 
4,863,114 
2,083,124 
2, 806, .505 

20.607 
479,112 


31,197 8,122 57 
3,381,764 l,0:r^.873 18 
1,519,849 459,716 97 
1,847,401 559.235 .56 


130,444 

5,356,598 

1,813,9.51 

2,606,900 

37,689 

506,744 


5.3,733 

3,4.59,669 

1,350,606 

1,677,629 

39,306 

98,218 

905,819 
52,208 


15,299 99 

1.055.568 20 
407,648 45 
507,317 45 


Felt cloth, N.O.P 

Flannels, plain, not fancy . . . 

Knitted goods, including knit 

ted underwear, N.O.P .... 

Railway rugs 


20,366 
92,622 

695,730 
34,675 


6,634 63 
23,633 27 

183,191 63 
10,480 22 


12,976 50 
24,984 78 

231,840 00 
1.5,752 35 



^Included under item No. 22, page 148. 



CAXADIAX TRADE 



177 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



1908. 



2,4G6 15,334 



1909. 



S 



27,617 



50,115 



1910. 



26,827 



1911. 



21,976 



Exports. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



r45 



43,891 



r 181,498 



1^ l.S7,9.i7 -; 12,793 



J I L 80,494 

22,459' 44,023 



10,096 

1,798 
10 



20,735 



3,182: 



37,704 



110,520 



11,068 



45,526 
22,893 

14, .389 



38,.592 42,952 



135,315 



122,097 



1,926 

86,931 

269,342 

582 

246,236 

97,927 

858,150 

14,914 



1908. 



1909. 



24,786 
127,085 
213,268 

26,525 

401,800 

6,097 

998,298 

32,842 



1,999,264 4,656,721 
10,830 275 



].5,597; 18,801 



91,232 
52,858 

16,657 



3,742 4,975 



186,000 ' 
56, .365 

14,823 



5,841 



7, 983,322j 13,242,073 



8,779,242 



11,468,713,17,248,760 



96,223 

2,224,296 

1,084,926 

1,715,165 

22.491 

91,514! 



313,093 



126..384! 27,085 32,569 

2,817.782t 2,483,859 3,381,332 

1,30.5,713 1,006,878 1,556,298 

1,921,049, 1,183,837 1,859,873 

31,210| 21,220 20,3.52 

107.565 68,470 91,023 



676,743; 
28,1081 

10—12 



475,385' 
20,219) 



697,6.33 
34,608 



53,748 

3,467,536 

1,349,853 

1,698,506 

39,211 

98,482 

909,901 
52,071 



37,188,158 49,507,528 



9,5.59 
119,104 
140,200 

33,509 
212,817 

45,830 
689,529 
135,676 



4,356,391 
3,121 



1910. 



1911. 



5,689 
134,358 
117,715 
182, 
108,839 
136,952 
562,258 
33,101 



4,169 
117,000 
222,174 



214,075 

33 

598,774 

14,469 



6,076,628 6,092,715 
40,458, 62,801 



258 



150. 



44,956,329 53,769,614(52,267,016 



47,799 



89,368 



92,644 



85,497 



89,974 



13 



14 



15 



178 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
Xo. 16— Itemized Statemext showing the Valuef? of Import? 







ENTERED FOB COJTSCMPTIOX. 




1910. 


1911. 




ARTICLES. 








Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty 


Quantity . Value. Duty. 








S 


S cts. 


i 

■ S s ct~. 




Wool and manufactures of — Con. 






1 


i 


Shawls.^ 




38,943, 12,751 04 
261! 82 33 


4i9 


76,522i 24,506 30 
733 234 20 


2 


Bed comforters No. 


146 


3 
4 


Socks and stockings Doz. prs. 


747,349 


1,356,951 366.563 25 


968,252 


l,695,962i 443.195 90 


Yarn, mohair Lbs. 

Yarn, spun from the hair of the 


1,215 


1,265 




1,553 


1,177 


b 








alpaca „ 

Yarns, composed wholly or in 


3,056 


1,097 



















part of wool, worsted, the 
















hair of the goat or like 
















animal, N.O.P., costing 
















thirty cents per pound or 
















over, when imported on the 
















cop, cone or tube, or in the 
















hank, by manufacturers of 
















woollen goods for use e.\- 
















clusively in their own fac- 














7 


tories „ 


2,874,241 


1,437,798 


183,972 23 


3,817,333 


1,915,2601244,753 80 


Yams, woollen and worsted. 














8 


N.O.P „ 

Yarn, wool or worsted, the 
same being genapped, dyed 
and finished, imported by 
manufacturers of braids. 


480,434 


223,462 


53,196 80 


424,218 


200,214 


44,345 10 




cords, tassels and fringes. ... n 
Yarn, botany yarn, in num- 


21,130 


8,143 




32,763 


14,295 




y 








bers 30 or finer, on mule 
















cops, dry spun, on what is 
















known as the French or Bel- 
































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 owti factories 
















Wool, class 1, viz. :— 














iO 


Leicester, Cotswold, Lincoln- 
shire, South Down combing 

lustre wools, and other like 
combing wools, such as are 
grown in Canada 














11 


^Vo^sted tops made from such 
wool as are mentioned in 
the preceding item 




2,620 


262 00 








i-i 


Wool and the hair of the camel. 












alpaca, goat and other like 
















animals, not further prepared 
















than washed, X.O.P Lbs. 


7,427,079 


1,587,175 




6,422,395 


1,496,520 


13 


Noils, being the short wool 
which falls from the combs 
in worsted factories and 
















worsted tops, N.O.P 




596,826 






778,320 


14 


Prunella cloth of wool 





3,713 






4,465 


15 


Wool fabrics, viz.:— Italian lin- 












ings, cobovirgs, lustres, mo- 












hairs and alpacas Yds. 


5,316,082 1,332,528 


300,478 53 


4,203,366 


1,180,781 268,566 65 


16 


AU fabrics and manufactures, 
composed whollv or in part 














of wool, worsted, &c.. X.O.P 




6,680,380 


2,145,106 95 




6, 6^5,642 


2,116,333 05 



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179 



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into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



fjIVOKTS. 

Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



1908. 



69,759 86,550 

13,603 1,093 

966,188 1,379,317 



1,553 



5,320 
93 



57,856 



853,152 



331,199 



402,770 



4,667,598 



405 



1,407,274 



496,859 
],146 



1,107,389 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



36,437 38,783 76,522 
241 [ 261 1 733 

933,115 1,351,640 1,697,348 



874 
409 



579,271 1,097,648 878,860 
109,5491 183,335 179,188 



19,434 21,103 13,558 



1,265 
1,097 



l,!- 



1,433,905 
222,258 



8,143 



13 



2,620 



1,042,662 1,587,175 



1,917,597 
200,643 



14,295 



1,496,520 



470,664 596,826 778,320 
916 3,713 4,465 



814,649 1,333,640 1,188,887 



Exports. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos. ) 



1908. 



1909. 



346,2.30 



6,109,865' 4,560,781' 6,708,927 6,705,696 



473,306 



1910. 



210,614 553,084 



10-121 



1911. 



10 
11 



258,194 12 



13 

14 



15 

!l6 



180 



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No. 16 — ^Itemized Statemext showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Enteked for COXSU-MPTIOX. 



1910. 



1911. 



Quantity . 



16 



Wool and manufactures of — Con. 

Clothing, ready -madeand wear- 
ing appaiel, composed wholly 
or in part of wool, worsted, 
&c., X.O.P 

Clothing, women's and child- 
ren's outside garments 

Women's aud children's dress 
goods, coat linings, Italian 
cloths, alpacas, Orleans, cash- 
meres henriettas, serges, 
buntings, nun's cloth, ben- 
galines, whip cords, twills, 
plain or jaequards of similar 
fabrics, composed whollj- or 
in part of wool, worsted, the 
hair of the camel, alpaca, goat 
or like animals, not exceeding 
in weight, 6ozs., to the square 
yard, when imported in the 
graj' or unfinished state for 
the purpose of being dyed or 
finished in Canada . Sq. yds. 

Shirts Doz. 

Undershirts and drawers, X.O.P 

Carpets, Brussels, including 
Wilton and Teprac Yds. 

Carpets, Tapestry, including 
drum printed or machine 
printed, and velvet n 

Carpets, Axminster, including 
Abusson, Savonerie and Mo- 
quette m 

Carpets, Ingrain, 2 and 3 jily 
all wool or union n 

10 Whole carpets, including tuft- 
ed, hand made or Oriental, 
Turkish, Persian, Japanese, 
Indian or Smyrna Sq.yds 

11 Mats and rugs, including 
hearth sizes 30 sq. ft. and 
smaller, wool, N.O. P 

12 Felt, pressed, of all kinds, not 
filled or covered by or with 
any woven fabric Lbs. 

13 Shoddy 



374,241 
1,712 



300,955 
1,016,209 

336,264 

98,428 

244,433 



Value. 



Duty. I Quantitj'. Value. 



S cts. 



1,173,925:389.603 57 
I ' 
424,604 162,645 84 



84,437 13,455 79 

12,536 3,925 25 

66,726, 17.609 16 

255,230 65,430 9; 



482,928 124,683 65 

I 

300,946, 76,720 12 
76,930 21,048 32 



820,526 



218,500 
414,874 
218,994 



59,951 64 

114,749 39 

46,308 23 



Total wool and manufactures of 24,625,396 6,443,438 09 



Yeast cakes Lbs. 

Yeast compressed, in packages 

weighihg less than 50 pounds. . n 
Yeast, compressed, in bulk or 

mass of not less than 50 pounds, .r 



Total yeast. 



3,462 

1,621 

438,512 



443,595 



921 
394 



207 30 
96 76 



101,7761 13,155 36 



103,091 1.3,459 42 



Duty 



$ cts. 



1,444,030; 468,378 40 
452,435 151,792 15 



544,506 181,357 28,894 01 



1,866 



389,206 



17,685 5,399 50 
120,655 30,754 IS 

318,464i 80,970 80 



1.040,666 568,697 



383,413 
185,976 

219,710 



1,810,570 



1,071 

6,405 

550,652 



558,128 



363,770 
162,576 

206,977 
530,173 
323,073 



145,195 15 

92,544 10 
45,069 80 

56,475 75 

149,068 05 

70,862 75 



26,382,771! 6,738.727 36 



253 

1,754 

130,031 



64 26 

384 30 

16,517 88 



132,038 16,966 44 



Included under " Carpets, Mats and Rugs," page 50, prior to 1908. 



CAXADIAX TRADE 



181 



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into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Exports. 



Value. 



Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



593,315j 1,055,011 
415,293 578,5-'9 



1,000,954 l,174,?llj 1,446,108 
394,463 430,294 45S,004 



49,640 104 260 
14,677 19,552 



1907. 
(9 mos.) 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



61,867 
9,951 



84,4371 181,357 
12,536 17,685 



131,426 206,829: 120,772 67,077 121,469 



162,604 403,4181 233,3041 249,645 



318,813' . 



281,046 622,4731 332,112| 477,590! 573,024 



f 224,5541 183,522 297,203 



[- 631,023 -! 53,353 37,200 

L 292,438 157,700 

400,066 291,332 



183,104 
24,534 



76,085 
218,615 
413,781 



272,565 152,599, 214,966 



362,382 
164,4.54 
208,440 
529,435 
323,676 



9 
10 
11 



12 
13 



16,136,308 23,14.5,029 17.195,096 24,680,48126,451.358 394.029 562,674 303,258 638,581 



l,900i 

467! 

40,952 

43,319 



31 

237 

78,971 

79.239 



1,155 
731 

80,142 



547 

394 

101,776 



82,028 102,717 



253 

1,766 

130,031 

132,050 



348,168 



14 

I 
15 



182 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
N'o. 16 — Itemized Statemext showing the Values of Imiwrts 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Consumption. 




1910. 




1911. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Miscellaneous Articles. 
Anatomical preparations and 




1,573 

11,092 

7,247 

23,633 


$ ots. 




3,858 

12,530 
8,798 

8,142 


$ cts. 


2 


Apparel, wearing, and other per- 
sonal and household effeccs, 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 . . 






3 


Articles for the use of the Gov- 










4 


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 










5 


Articles imported by, and for the 
use of the Dominion Govern- 
meni, or any of the Depart- 
ments thereof, or by and for 
the Senate and House of Corn- 










6 


Articles for the use of the army 
and navy, viz.: 

Arms, military or naval cloth- 
ing, musical instruments for 
bands, military 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 

Articles brought into Canada 
teniporiirily and for a period 
not exceeding three months 
for the purpose of exhibition 
or of competition for prizes 
offered by any agricultural or 





2,968 






6,118 




7 








R 






30 






9 

4,5.'iO 

729,607 

659 
125,800 

1,780 




s 


Articles ex- warehoused for Excise 
purposes to be manufactured 
in bond, N.E.S 










10 


Articles ex-warehoused for ships' 




636,902 

671 

67,818 

904 








11 


Bird skins and skins of animals 
not native to Canada for taxi- 
dermic purposes not further 
manufactured than prepared 










]»> 












0.3 


Botanical, entomological and 
mineralogical specimens 











;il 



CANADIAN TRADE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, (te. — Continued. 



183 



Imports. 



Vail 



1907. 1908. 1909. 1910. 

(9 mos. ) 



2,211 



2,757 
9,808 



2,494 



1,404,450 



698 



27 



2,490 



9,631 
8,410 



3,715 



8,007 
9,054 



9,322 3,784 



2,127 



6,643 
39 



1911. 



1,573 



11,092 
6,641 



23,250 



3,858 



12,5.30 

7,970 



7,9,?7 



1907. 

(9 mos. ) 



2,121 



328,725 

87 



1,503 



4,628 



375,3721 494,717 
30i 9 



Exports 



Value. 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



9 
10 

11 
12 

13 



579 
1,870 

190 



627 
33,367 

20,404 



359 
48,773 

1,408 



671 659 

67,818; 125,8C0 

904 1,780; 



181 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Miscella neons A rtichs — Con. 

Cabinets of coins, collections of 
medals and collections of post- 
age stamps . 

2 Collections of antiquities when 
imported for or by public 
museums, public libraries, uni- 
versities, colleges or schools, 
and which are to be placed in 
such institutions 



3 Casts as models for the use of 
I schools of design 



4 Menageries, horses, cattle, car- 
I riages and harness 



5 Clothing and books, donations of, 
I for charitable purposes 



6 Damaged goods, under sections 
49 to 53 of Revised Statutes, 
chap. 32 



7 Fossils . 



g'Articles and other goods, tlie 
growth, produce or nianufac- 
ture of Canada, r<rturned with- 
in five years after having been 
ex ported 



1) 



Hemp papi-r, made on four cylin- 
der machines and calendered 
to between OOliand 008 inch 
thickness, for the nianufactvire 
of shot shells and primers for 
shot shells and cartridges ; and 
felt board sized and hj-draulic 
pressed and coveied with paper 
or uncovered, for the manufac- 
ture of gun wads when such 
articles are imported by the 
manufacturers of shot shells, 
cartridges and gnn wads, to be 
used for these purposes only in 
their own factories 



Photographs not exceeding three 
sent by friends and not for pur- 
])ose of sale \ 



11 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 



EXTERED FOR CONSUMPTION. 



1910. 



1911. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



Duty. 



§ § cts. 



2,051 



10,104 



Quantity. ] Value. 



51,502 

17,112 

2,408 
610 

613,52-1 



812 74 



23,977: 



lie 



31,601 



1,571 



34,498; 



Duty. 



S cts. 



44,345 
18,451 

8,293 
3,321 



1,603 98 



512,532 .. 



20,052 



67,281 



CANADIAN TRADE 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &e. — Continued. 



185 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. Value. 



1907. 
(9 mos. 



Y 12,124 

! 
J 

100 

59,340 

7,978 

15,105 
230 

882,926 



1908. 



(- 4,027 



L 5,043 



4,24: 



98 



156,296 
17,651 

11,527 

478 



699,376 



1909. 



2,790 



7,898 



1910. 



1911. 1907. ! 1908. 

(9 inos.) 



1909. 



2,0.^^1 



10,104 



186,576] 127,170 

i 

16,934 17,112 



11,469 
543 

628,199 



2,179 
610 



1,571 



34,498 



264,075 
18,451 

8,293 
3,321 



013,524 512,.532 



3,373 9,737 
5,796 27 



23,977 20,652 



116 



14.107 41,949 33,262 31,601 67,281 j I 11 



1910. 1911. 



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No. 16 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entekkd fou Consdmption. 






1910. 


1911. 






Quan- 
tity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quan- 
tity. 


Value. 


Duty 


1907. 
(9 mos.) 


1 

2 
3 


Miscellaneous Articles-Con. 

Pictorial illustrations of in- 
sects, &c., when imported 
for the use of colleges 
and schools, scientific and 
literary societies 

Settlers' effects 

Specimens, models and wall 
diagrams for illustration 
of natural history for uni- 
versities and public mu- 




"l6,273^42!i 

787 

5,020 

20 
5,087 


S ets. 




$ 

14,072,011 

1,098 

4,439 

105 
15,953 


$ cts. 


'5,775,378 
1,066 


4 


Works of art in bronze, cast 
from models made in Ca- 
nada and designed by 
sculptors d o m i c i le d 






5 


Typewriter tables with 
movable figures, and 
musical instruments im- 
ported by and for use of 




54,795 83 
259,736 09 


53,912 09 

322,816 58 




•6 

7 


Other miscellaneous articles 
Special duty on articles 
shipped to Canada at 
lower than usual home- 
trade price 

Additional duties, post en- 




22,614 


8 














1 










11,790,185 315.344 66!.... 


15,707,001 


378,332 65 


8,220,397 




Total merchandise 






i 




•9 




369,815,427 

6,017,589 

375,833,016 


61,024,239 21 




451,745,108 
10,206,210 


73,312,367 59 


252,268,999 
7,517,008 


















61,024,239 21 




461,951,318 


73,312,367 59 259,786.007 











CANADIAN TRADE 



187 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c.— Concluded. 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1908. I 1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


1907. 

(9 nios.) 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 1911. 


$ 


69 


s 


1 


S 


S 


% 


S 


10,082,490 
679 


7,721,.599 

2,009 

10,449 


10,273,428 

787 

5,020 

20 

5,087 


14,072,611 
1,098 


1,288,704 


2,094,122 


1,899,887 


2,423,466 


2,127,528 


9,988 


4,439 












12 


105 
15,9.53 












8,144 


12,744 


268,018 215,477 

.__. ' 


444J538 955,359 


1,209,243 






1 














11,739,889 


9,050,338 11,601,640 


15,684,788 


1,556,722 

192,087,233 

13,189,964 


2,309,599 


2,344,425 3,378,825 


3.336,771 


364,237,864 
6,548,661 


299,768,166 385,835,103 
9,988,442 6,017,589 


J62,041,330 
10,206,210 


•263,368,952 
16,637,654 


259,922,366 298,763,993' 290,000,210 
1,589,793' 2,594,536 7,196,155 


370,786,525 


309,756,608 391,852,692 


472,247,540| 205,277,197i 280,006,606 


261,512,159 301,358,529 297,196,365 



188 



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4 



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189 



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Totals $ 

Asphaltuni or asplialt • m ' 

Baking powder - ,£>*■ 

Books, pamphlets, &c. : — 

Books, prmted, periodicals f Lbs. 
and pamphlets, N.O.P. . . . t S 

Bibles, praj-er books, psalm 
and hymn books, &c § 

Books, not printed in Canada, 
for use of colleges, &c., free 
libraries, college libi-aries, 
&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 S 

Newspapers, and quarterly, 
monthly and semi-monthly 
magazines and weekly liter- 
ary ijapers, unbound .... S 

Pamphlets, advertising pic- 
tures, pictorial show cards, 
illustrated advertising peri- 
odicals, price lists and ad- 
vertising calendars, &c . . . f Lbs. 
i S 

All other S 

Totals s 

'Breadstuffs, &c., viz. : — 

Cereal foods -S 

Rice, cleaned - 5^' 

It uncleaned, unhulled or j Lbs. 
paddy t S 

All other .? 

Totals S 



QUANTITIE-S AND VaI.UKS. 



1897. 



314,209 
134,897 



1898. 



1899. 



1900. 



360,374 
166,436 



340,387 
168,291 



399,257 
223,571 



1901. 



1902. 



388,617 
207,998 



408,733 
206,481 



4,300 
58,92G 

5,423 
404,465 

47,615^ 

87,284 



1,480; 

60,635! 

I 

14,642 

706,361 

45,423 
94,670 



2,264 

111,158J 

15,9971 
700,990i 

39,5991 
96,213] 



78.902; 101,028 116,261 



629,-577 962,694 1,024,622 



7,493 
9,012 

286,438 
78,346' 

1,629,348 
536,324 

1.3.5,764 



132,405 
55,164 

377,303 
103,622 



3,6.54 
171,652 

13,072 
747,125 

46,884l 
1.33,202 

108,172; 

1,160,151 



9,112 

317,8891 

10,189, 
672,206, 

84,011! 

185, 975 i 



11,395 
293.747 

20,909 
1,234,694 

140,3.54 
386,3.33 



76,271! 71,567 



180,685 
95,800 

348,7091 
96,202 



62,282 
68,748 

392,703 
103,208 



1,252,341; 1,986,341 



56,986 
67,587 

377,762 
110,246 



75,522 
102,317 

306,903 
89,188 



532,107 681,493| 

I 
231,754 143,882 



654,621 
143,786 



728,098 
163,267 



700,047 
167,834 



113,933 149,669 165,343i 227,.504 203,644 189,867 



122,6381 137,470 



130,878 135,861 151,571 



145,809 



392,587 
101,633 

189,867 


292,771 
71,593 

242,828 


301,223 

67,828 

256,948 


271,088 

66,712 

339,444 


283,922 

66,855 

350,166 


318,167 

76,519 

388,083 


1,200,1.59| 1,365,421 


1,446,372 


1,567,928 


1,663,601 


1,668,159 




8,057,289 
146,014 

2,812,971 
34,552 

141,953 


12,798,684 
268,751 

8,615,978 
90,620 

185,798 


10,591,950 
232,642 

17,287,812 
183,115 

232,266 


11,001,739 
226,896 

1,5,372,009 
187,947 

297,061 


15,089,371 
.317,020 

14,958,891 
178,547 

319,894 


14,303,-576 
298,295 

11,199,134 
146.728 

461,146 


.322,519 


545,169 


648,023 


711,904 


815,461 


906,169 



CANADIAN TRADE 



203 



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of ]\Iercliandise Imported into Canada, during each Fiscal Year, 1897 to 1911. 

Retwns.) 

Quantities .and Valves. 



1903. 



507,184 
249,702 



38,641 
6.57,996 

32,404 
2,059,487 

80,282 
217,342 



66,937 
96,046 

364,161 
108.362 



768,9071 
202,5171 



159,471' 



1904. 



588,719 
299,166 



37,510 
5.5.5,576 

33,808 
2,158,426 

72,723 
207,167 



1905. 



105,255 101,14^ 



665.097 

349,288 

20,300 
356,565 

13,770 

1,754,872 

85,202 
220,802 

408,849 



1906. 



760,777 
412,080 



14,864 
249,972 

20,091 
2,278,059 

70,496 
210,860 

471,831 



1907. 
(9 nios. 



1908. 



1909. 



756,985 
420,444 



1,140,795 
675,794 



897,0;]7 
509,813 



3,040,080 3,022,316 



156,321 
139,026 

405,633 
121,343 



2,741,088 



112,368 
133,564 

478,075 
141,856 



3,210,722 



158,273 
172,641 

378,734 
106,636 



850,483 
216,849 



985,157' 1,046,511 
230,571 238,655 



4,799 
96,674 

19,067i 

2,001.S83[ 

74,494 
257,025 

62,624, 

2,418,206 



3,652 
132,962 

8,210 
2,116,835 

.55,003 
254,799 

163,533 



1910. 



955,360 
.559,616 



3,162 

85,849 

7,715' 
2,137,890! 

44,741 
211,748 



1,422 
92,413 

12,191 

2,679,-338 

39,181 
194,830 



263,017 
239,811 

293,957 
83,914 



2,668,129 



918,660 
147,743 



311,212 
327,407 

446,128 
128,225 



1,193,334 
242,605 



113,889 151,630 



352,285 
337,289 

479,324 
135,804 



1,178,558 
234,820 



226,761 238,878 256,249; 282,947 



248,542 



378.684 



186,126 



396, 589 1 406,735 

88,1851 95,673 

511,207 604,.S67 



225,154 



;U4,363 



507,117 671,625^ 
124,043 161,016 
613.582 678,883 



271,210: 470,024 



483,7621 810,353 
121, 799 j 193,572 

588,259 888,107 



1,957,048' 2,192,376' 2,434,756 2,722,375 



17,586,417 18,536,794 

371,887 424,926 

20,451,226 8,689,678 

276,874 141,707 



563,687 



442,477 



214,922 153,299 

16,684,898' 16,823,064 

342,448j 348,917 

15,793,727' 13,092,156 

214,001 296,349 



2,296,213 3,366,320 



419,713 



641,483 



433,526 
396,627 

535,000 
152,749 



442,223 



854,566 1,142,509 
221,458 321,291 
802,836 866,697 



147,861; 190,547 242,114 253,416 



1911. 



1,224,291 
759,092 



3,699 
138.199 

12,606 
2,762,025 

08,889 
237,476 

22.5,940 



2,549,376 3,118,217i 3,36.3,640 



512,627 
452,250 

418,346 
117,609 



1,325,707 1,547,376 
356,839 306,897 



468,681 



738,653 870,269 



1,432,283 

380,888 

1,023,743 



3,498,868 4,051,410' 4,597,854 



333,621 



359,059 



1,212,448 1,009,110 1,130,430 



323,768 



1,122,333 



8,044,818' 13,098,649 12,823,392 13.075,212 11,510.057 

186,169 315,672 334,404, 291,030 266,144 

13,488,229 30,838,757i 33,606,31l! 30,348,091 35,750,738 

259,909! 657,9671 784,107, 570,129 (i36,302 



347,330; 563,207 442,193i 525,007 



706,766 



941,269 1,727,393 1,802,818 1,039,582 1,942,833 



204 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 18 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Pkixcipal Ariicles. 



Breadstuff s — Con. 

Grain, viz. : — 

T J- f Bush. 

Indian corn - © 

^ . fBush. 

Uats - o 

Wheat ■! g ■ 

All other S 

Totals, grain S 

Grain products, viz.: — 

Bran, mill feed, &c $ 

T , 1 / Bbls. 

Indian or corn meal s ^ 

Wheat flour - ® " 

All other $ 

Totals, grain products. $ 

Totals, breadstuffs .... S 

Bricks, clays and tiles :— 

Fire bricks $ 

All other S 

Totals $ 

Bristles -f ^^®- 

Broom corn $ 

Brooms and brushes , $ 

Carriages, viz.: — 

Automobiles { 2' 

Buggies, farm wagons, carts, / No. 

pleasure carts or rigs, &c. \ $ 

Bicycles, tricycles, &c .■! P' 

Railway passenger cars - ^' 

tt box and flat cars. ..< ^' 

11 cars, parts of $ 

All other $ 

Totals $ 

Cement, viz.: — 

Portland | ^|' 

All other $ 

Totals $ 



Quantities and Valies. 



1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


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 
0,648,081 


4,983,565 
2,770,45& 


1,090,860 
280,326 


1,224,115 
338,372 


837.367 
292,060 


1,315,630 
422,977 


2,523,092 
946,511 


■322,454 
131,818 


5,845,139 
4,191,944 


4.414,307 
4,204,760 


8,in,,^27 
7,020,521 


5,947,489 
4,542,170 


8,416,580 
6,370,314 


9,487,255 
7,217,137 


995,432 


460,356 


356,822 


337,268 


380,444 


286,552 


; 8,688,975 


12,031,064 


16,914,441 


12,465,900 


14,345,350 


10,405,903 


43,804 


67,331 


64,318 


74,266 


90,493 


104,519 


21,670 
33,716 


83,960 
146,654 


49,924 

82,275 


40,388 
76,413 


27,219 

57,684 


26,136 
66,033 


84,825 
269,993 


40,741 

168,255 


69,428 
233,534 


55,569 
181,899 


49,403 
156,009 


49,988 
1.55,544 


66,778 


102,482 


111,965 


99,683 


140,839 


93,040 


414,351 


484,722 


492,092 
18,054,.o56 


432,261 


445,025 


419,136 


9,425,845 


13,060,955 


13,610,065 


15,605,836 


11,731,268 


100,025 
124,048 


115,083 
125,124 


165,482 
172,62?) 


.383,814 
2.38,279 


451,292 
241,705 


.374,724 
267,155 


224,073 


240,807 


338,111 

106,725 
74,140 


622,093 


692,997 


041,879 


79,770 
53,547 


85,808 
59,295 


107,387 
84,105 


66,051 
60,691 


107,850 
78,920 


81,373 
105,506 


106,330 
140,660 


108,251 
159,547 


134,384 
191,004 


212,037 
194,833 


202,487 
222,295 


1,546 
68,220 


2,875 
130,899 


3,255 
158,948 


2,606 
127,969 


2,174 
126,982 


3,940 
199,85& 


24,558 
795,705 


27.308 
605,963 


26,744 
497,161 


14,541 
234,384 


10,887 
1.53,346 


5,862 
81,714 


61 
19,959 


22 
10,068 




23 
28,516 


109 
46,597 


30 


74,812 


45,611 


132 
55,683 


402 
36,659 


314 
32,362 


708 
125,787 


751 
276,997 


992 
443,931 


346,860 
343,983 


164,703 
368,352 


209,139 
410,544 


442,902 
4.54,289 


188,995 
329,650 


371,346 
287,904 


1,630,410 


l,.316,64^l 


1,382,966 


1,413,937 


1,122,567 


1,430,364 




1,153,640 
369,720 


1,434,844 
471,951 


1,312,170 
501,521 


1,014,000 
660,544 


2,022,56& 


258,913 


861,751 


8,286 


11,713 


12.420 


19,072 


15,224 
675,768 


30,020 


267,199 


381,433 


484,371 


520,593 


891,771 



CANADIAN TRADE 



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Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 









QfAXTITIKS AND VaLUKS. 








1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


1900 . 


1907. 
(9 inos.) 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


6,861,115 
3,737,383 


10,772,154 
5,416,770 


11,575,489 
6,179,209 


12,030,679 
0,-582,793 


10,878,520 
5,714,817 


15,294,869 
8,983,863 


6,304,213 
4,473,686 


7,444,151 
5,208,090 


13,931,270 
8.415,597 


166,662 
70,651 


70,372 
32,907 


2,250,980 
730,721 


2,616.145 
1,196,.S00 


484,554 
176,791 


163,189 

88,247 


521,571 
330,096 


42,155 

29,529 


48,565 
24,003 


7,296,831 
5,556,705 


4,988,833 
3,849,308 


230,995 
196.768 


676,690 
579,639 


1,304,434 
1,167,434 


5,803,452 
5,1.38,455 


10,498,539 
9,431,405 


11,508,277 
12,071,354 


4,828,548 
5,214,091 


534,121 


211,080 


521,011 


1,004,214 


352,269 


212,214 


614,997 


389,561 


289,774 


9,898,860 


9,510,665 


7,627,709 


9,422,946 


7,411,.311 


14,422,779 


14,850,184 


17,698,.'.34 


13,943,465 


108,628 


92,498 


54,102 


72,328 


57,527 


87,093 


77,678 


220,595 


31,570 


25,390 
65,431 


48,551 
122,640 


25,137 
67,709 


27,054 
71,275 


23,777 
62,684 


26,897 
78,778 


34,893 
116,764 


33,.355 
106,558 


41,994 
122,7:iS 


33,818 
111,056 


42,827 
.169,357 


4b, 128 
190,025 


43,903 
174,079 


34,128 
117,913 


43,158 
175,791 


39,246 
170,989 


31,842 
158,220 


61,209 
247,775 


161,221 


105,958 


105.603 


92,538 


35,361 


33,131 


65,073 


85,276 


104,444 


446,336 


490,453 


417,439 


410,220 


273,485 


374,796 


430,504 


570,649 


500,527 


11,557,644 


11,010,228 

403,814 
36.5,756 


9,175,r.78 

436,941 
501, 6 VO 


10,9.5.5,499 


8,026,065 


16,524,908 


17,083,506 


19,908,765 


16,392,825 


517,375 
299,677 


-591,854 
029,0.59 


.506,801 
442,116 


639,-347 
708,064 


350,457 
654,574 


519,454 
1,040,090 


864,405 
1,330,424 


817,052 


769,570 


938, .501 


1,220,913 


948,917 


1,.347,411 


1,005,031 


1,5.59,544 


2,194,889 


115,400 
92,388 


104,493 
83,202 


126,404 
98,921 


133,696 
112,788 


123,091 
95,530 


153,087 
124,834 


100,207 
77,998 


194,720 
129,204 


223,866 
167,025 


165,231 
248,819 


197,982 
278,156 


175,412 
296,104 


196.084 
286,037 


167,654 
275,422 


238,513 
379,863 


246,701 

284,279 

582 
589,240 


432.140 

308,854 


389,173 
482,765 




362 
317,700 


408 
485,090 


460 
672, 128 


350 
534,620 


705 
990,3*3 


1,4.57 
1,816,164 


3,514 
4,214,082 


5,277 
268,335 


6,896 
307,816 


5,2.35 
277,805 


6,832 
349,739 


6,234 
306,333 


0,612 
356,050 


4,416 
245,582 


6,934 
343,670 


13,800 
692.541 


4,451 
60,500 


3,80r, 
52,323 


3,183 
51,931 


2,371 
40,404 


1,511 
25,481 


2,898 
48,116 


3,443 
48,642 


4,698 
67,474 


10,173 
153,927 


52 
56,651 


22 
112,383 


43 

46,748 


76 
393,828 


21 
8,185 


82 
2-5U,399 


148 
247,991 


161 
143,138 


38 
62,039 


276 

01,558 


181,110 


527 
108,005 


473 
297,899 


455 
12.5,858 


645 
215,071 


l.OO? 
230,918 


306 
123.645 


358 
221,279 


403.199 
355,454 


316,575 
401,514 


316,505 
397,358 


33.5,687 
435,492 


289,192 
300,488 


408,531 
596,294 


170.98J 
.518,43^ 


294,835 
935,596 

3,724,522 

. — - 

490,809 
158,487 


349,875 
1,549,607 


1,205,697 


1,749,421 

2,379,962 
965,526 


L 683,442 

3,2.50,053 
1,240,830 


2,525,177 

2,861,410 
971,127 


1,-596,1.57 


2, 864, SOT 


2,051, 79J- 


7,243,350 


2,572,088 
901,063 


1,556,601 
521,003 


2,422,412 
846,117 


l,454,6H 

472, 74f, 


1,283,121 
494,081 


22,614 


19,696 


29,172 


31,895 


16,894 


19,158 


6,199 


8,231 


6,616 


923,677 


985,222 


1,270,002 


1,003,022 


540,897 


865,275 


478,944 


160,718 


500,697 



206 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 18 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Quantities and Values. 



Fkincu'al Akticles. 



Clocks and parts of -S 



Coal and coke, viz. :- 
Anthracite 



( Tons 



Coke . 



All other . . 
Totals. 



( Tons 



Cocoa, chocolate, and prepara-/ Lhs. 

tions of ( $ 

Coffee and imitations of : — 

/ Lbs. 



Coffee, green. 

All other . . . 
Totals. 



Cordage, twine and infrs. of : — 

Twine for harvest binders, f Lbs. 
of jute, &c I $ 



All other . . . 
Totals. 



•S 



Cotton and nifrs. of : — 
Fabrics, white or bleached and 
gray or unbleached f Yds. 

\ S 

Fabrics, printed or dyed/ Yds. 



N.O.P. 

Handkerchiefs 



I 



1897. 1898. 1899. 1900. i 1901. 1902. 



118,047 



163,780 



u . . r Tons 

Bitununous - » 



186,398 



199,518; 208,032' 233,790 



Sewing threads on spools S 

Uncoloured cotton fabrics, viz: 
Scrims and window scrims, 
cambric cloths, muslin 
apron checks, brilliants, 
cords, piques, &c., Swiss 
jaconet and cambric mus- 
lins, &c / Yds. 



Velveteens, velvet and plush ( Yds. 
fabrics, N.OP \ S 

Yarns, knitting, hosiery or/ Lbs. 
other cotton yarn (^ S 



Yarns, X.E.S. 



Cotton waste, not dyed . 



r Lbs. 
\ ^ 

( Lbs. 



1,457,295 
5,69.5,168 


1,460,701 

5,847,685 


1.745,460 
6,490,509 


1.654,401 
6,602,912 


1,933,283 
7,923,950 


1.652,451 
7,021,939 


1,922,792 
3,580,999 


2,173,954 
3,645,236 


2,448,499 
3,744,153 


3,236,903 
4,546,698 


3,097,691 
5,556,253 


3,740,111 
6.285,899 


83,330 
267,540 


135,060 
347,040 


141,284 
362,826 


187,878 
506,839 


308,786 
680,1.38 


267,142 

842,815 


9,543,707 




] 






9,839,961 


10,597,488 


11,656,449 


14,160,341 


14,150,653 


1,222,940 
203,691 


1,240.118 
238,235 


1,583,669 
307,577 


2,012,816 
390,821 


2,277,619 

438,417 


2,199,758 
414,351 


4,505,301 

677,842 


4,720,781 
475,950 


5,185,602 
510,840 


4,913,233 
490,594 


3,850,838 
405,443 


5,874,856 
507,727 


50,221 


59,162 


66,280 


81,909 


88,332 


83,102 


728,063 


535,112 


577,120 


572,503 


493,775 


590,829 


3,394,475 
181,817 


8,679,823 
491,104 


10,629,286 
818,412 


8,017,688 
866,892 


9,674,268 
928,096 


14,927,302 
1,507,344 


100,099 


107,174 


176,926 


147,256 


253,584 


465.862 


281,916 

1 3,209,883 
281.618 


598,278 


995,338 


1,014,148 

9,278,833 
642,714 


1,181,080 


1,973,206 


4,654,819 
316,119 


8.577,047 
553,572 


18,083,452 
1,050,755 


13,819,501 
877,541 


27,102,139 
2,176,012 


31,304,955 
2,467,100 


35,510,093 
3,091,489 


34,825,977 
3,304,729 


30,799,539 

2,952,8.58 


36,193,723 

3.482,253 


130,439 


104,123 


159,872 


144,881 


200,597 


233,409 


' 318,908 


366,433 


282,864 


255,237 

• 


262,054 


2.54,858 


1,306,984 
100,399 


1,566,233 
119,695 


1,896,537 
156,504 


1,903,325 
159,518 


1,469,140 
134,755 


2,224,600 
190,524 


1,020,284 
223,673 


1,009,705 
222,149 


1,000,400 
220,254 


949,949 
217,722 


1,246,900 
296,909 


1,591,232 
381,190 


62,108 
14,726 


169,099 
26,928 


307,505 
. 64,100 


521,327 

99,581 


414,736 
92,215 


210,013 
41,004 


i 851,593 
163,180 


796,852 
154,622 


1,294.614 
212,365 


941,134 
221,612 


6.54,091 
192,760 


1,35.5,989 
249,073 


2,448,405 
172,548 


4,496,633 
208,727 


4.2G3.270 
17],G.S,S 


.5,570.526 
279,647 


4.939,020 
267,431 


5.132,084 
'26.-),0.5S 



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Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada kc. — Continued. 



207 



QU.VNTITIES AXn VALUES. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



1906. 



270,717 



289,478 



307,527 



1907. 
(9 mos. ) 



342,804 259,712 



1,456,713 
7,028,664 

4,313,451 
8,652,632 

256,723 
1,222,756 

19,087 



16,923,139 



3,114,576 
561,270 



6,227,059 
525,111 

69,511 



2,275,018 2,604, 

10,461,223 12,093, 

5,007,929 5,092, 

10,303,231 9,196, 



137 i 2,200,863 
371 10,304,303 



1908. 



361,251 



221,050 
76.5,123 

32,476 



371, 

807, 



46,862 



5,516,019 
9,289,863' 

480,222 
1,311,375 

34,591 



21,562,053 22,144,268 



3,718,644 4,142. 
654,500 744, 



20,940,1321 



2,014,846 

9,487,574 

4,752,946 
8,699,847! 

430,536 
1,132,680, 

17,156i 

19,337,257 



3,091,159 
14,199,609 

8,469,089 
16,357,982 

619,269 
2,166,036 

4,802 



1909. 



316,392 



1910. 



1911. 



414,495 



504,2.57 



3,059,663 
14,034,020 

7,194,560 
13,586,641 

466,292 
1,136,624 

3,922 



3,152,851 
14,456,315 

8,069,424 
14,498,656 

702,053 
1,695,603 

22,757 



4,462,953, 
786,424, 



3,863,825 
762,362 



594,622 



5,498,699 6,652, 
495,752 641, 



696 7,392,601 
812 749,399; 



117,191 



93, 



612,943 



735. 



94,588 



6,289,486 
606,243 

73,209 



14,204,515: 12,627,988 11,401, 
1,810.2381 1,4.59,704 1,294, 



843,987: 



679,452 



14,762,545 
1,650,741 



572,078 349,376 319,609; 362,350 



15,676,309 
1,647,780 

480,560 



2,382,316 


1,809.080 


1,614,162 


2,013,091 


17,765,193 
1,050,170 


18,145,109 
1,277,775 


16,622,892 
1,211,619 


16,112,019 
1,320,310 


37,328,497 
3.539 368 


35,003,933 
3,556,560 


31,915,998 
3,285,821 


36,259,318 
3,608,467 


233,516 


290,370 


312, 7S5 


335,733 


300,740 


300,004 


318,845 


a55,694 


2,654,114 
210,570 


2,277,812 
193,170 


1,709,798 
132,874 


2,184,317 
186,555 


1,566,752 
380,772 


1,451,223 
339,084 


1,679,965 
412,938 


1,842,146 
469,779 


121,016 
27,662 


202,825 
51,061 


235,233 
59,285 


191,473 
4.5,644 


817,485 
262,311 


910,503 
291,862 


1,053,180 
322,812 


1,192,635 
388,1.53 


5,6.33,880 
290,275 


7,115,898 
444, &35 


6,976,765 
422,207 


9,-548,458 
613,100: 



2,128,340 



19,985,967 
1,675,523 



32,728,429 28,761,207 30,673,331 



5,572,9851 
1,269,7841 



5,587,908 
1,058,810 



6,.523,111 
1,124,299 



3,465,774 
15,750,340 

8,581,691 
16,208,-576 

766,-358 
1,892,321 

24,205 



33,875,442 



7,977,772 
1,431,.552 



8,129,205 
755,614 

106,068 



9,387,997 
884,874 

126,267 



861,6821 1,011,141 



14,207,938! 
1,-507,8101 

398,150 



1,905,960 



14,936,861 
1,469,894 

252,844 



1,722,738 



11,908,684 10,820,307 
1,199,162 1,268,676 

130,970 139,301 



1,330,132| 1,407,977 



22,161,179 

1,772,-585' 

I 

381,886i 



27,132.488 
2,104,111 

428.506 



2,1.54,4711 2,-532,617 



45,591,059! 
3,-322,371 



31,528,139 49,051,946 
3,161,063 4,758,093 



314,820 
285,127 



556,699 
515,937 



1,753,181 2,345,900 

16-3,004' 238,838: 



32,321,440| 
1,571,386] 

39,111,134' 
3,589,401 

368,592! 

310,617[ 



994,382] 

82,470 



36,221,427 
2,769,086 

62,329,306 
-5,901,-581 

539,041 

502,047' 



980,199 
77,032 



-3.5,772,344 
2,968,357 

64,168,310 
6,0.37,064 

605,820 

525,136 



456,757 
38,149 



1,-542,405 
397,914 

.355,534 

79,928 

760,851 
282,761 

4,791,994 
2-53,169 



1,933,309, 
525,400; 

546,344! 
132,021 

1,104,163 
500,-575 



1,354,662 2,230,743 2,376,181 
333,614 470,371 717,870 



304,044! 

66,270i 



426.344 
117,3941 



482,066 
126,589 



963,276 1,664,616 2,009,585 
374,215 650,401 93S,012 



208 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



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No. 18 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



PUINCIPAI, AUTICLES. 



Cotton and rnfrs. of — Con. 

Cotton wool or raw cotton . . / Lbs. 

L « 

All other S 

Totals S 

Curtains $ 

Drugs, dyes, chemicals, viz.: — 

Aniline dyes, and coal tar 

dyes, in bulk or packages of 

not less than 1 lb. including 

alazarine and artificial ala- 

xarine f Lbs. 

\ § 

Cream of tartar in ci'ystals.. -. ^ ' 

Extract of logwood, fustic/ Lbs. 
and oak bark (. S 

/, ■ 1 f Lbs. 

Gums, opium, crude ■ © 

Liquorice, in paste, rolls or/ Lbs. 
sticks \ $ 

Proprietary medicines ■$ 

Soda, nitrate of, .--oda ash, 
soda caustic in drums, bich- 
romate of soda, sal soda, and 
silicate of soda, in crystals 

or in solution ( Lbs, 

\ $ 

All other 

Totals 

Earthenware and chinaware : — 
White granite or iron st ne- 
ware and C. C. or creain 
coloured ware 8 

China and porcelain ware .... S 

Tableware of china porcelain 
or other clay § 

All other -s 

Totals S 

Electric apparatus S 

Embrod<='ries, N.O.P S 



Quantities and Values. 



1897. 



1898. 



1899. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



39,365,733] 58,203,660 
3,117,692! 3,875,847 

! 

914,345| 1,264,541 



51,809,661 54,912,849 49,064,959 



3,129,579j 4,229,198 
l,518,81li 1,948,521 



4,773,993 
1,949,391 



7,613,5401 9,126,284 



262,828 



627,256 
249,917 

822,070 
147,934 

3,832,956 
151,422 

.57,050 
148,460 

1,102,960 
87,103 



313,235 



9,561,048 11,503 360 12,173,718 



64,225,764 
5,599,031 

2,141,071 



13,715,612 



392,020; 442,074 



837,048 
292,477 

843,264 
138,461 

4,357,870 
193,154! 

59,8411 
162,853! 

i 

1,286,667 
97,123 



435,805! 476,378 



640,203 
179,659' 

782,870| 
116,632 

4,836,1221 
176,747 

65,560 
194,488| 

1,805,552 
126,293 



239,236 301,549 1 331,195 



25,350,8991 29,830,056 
209,791] 357,328 



$ 1,614,1321 2,160,997 



$ I 2,937,995 3,703,942 



36,261,418 
346,063 

2,457,445 



950,458 
300,946, 

887,588] 

134,852| 

I 

5,407,9031 

208,017! 

59,3671 
196,076 

1,489,416 
104,660 

345,658 



3,928,522 



140,7531 197,450 201,286 
192,586! 206,147 261,214 



916,594 
290,136 

1,051,170 
167,611 

5,897,509 

220,778 

85,5131 
309,858] 

1,575,346 
112,103 

378,717 



34,507,271 41,063,295 35,881,930 



1,114,105 
343,737 

1,080,116 
163,514 

9,989,651 
344,429 

72,806 
249,888 

1,952,302 
132,560 

390,541 



403,427 509,278 
2,432,635' 3,030,586 



4,126,271 5,019,067' 5,536,729 



199,257 
264,989 



447.273 
3,464,787 



226,916 
336,093 



153,548 
342,479 







. "Not 


separately 
502,008 


stated prior 

570,049 

1,139,058 


to 1905. " 


264,986 


323,860 


440,940 


731,959 


598,325! 


727,457 


903,446 


966,254 


1,227,986 


401,007 
142,422 


443,992; 
38. 937 ( 


554,890 
47,703 


875,328 
5.5,254 


1 

938,060; 
57,742 


1,373,022 
02,760 



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209 



Quantities and Values. 



1903. 


1904. 


1905 


15*06. 


1907. 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 










(9 mos.) 1 








67,942,139 


48,660,577 


56,682,675 


68,001,047 


61,462,760l 52,255,231 


65,316,000 


68,083,508 


81,262,163 


5,968,333 


5,9.55,145 


5,617,044 


7,626,625 


6,631,489 6,096,487 


6,615,291 


9,384,801 


11.757,105 


2,671,050 


2,809,047 


2,761,919 


3,421,771 


3,514,906| 7,041,920j 5,297,686 


7,691,532 


9,211,978 


14,934,767 


15,508,913 


14,858,149 


18,371.831 


16,759,704 


23,688,341; 18,609,542 


28,103,286 


.32,926,080 


590,632 


606, a56 


568,706 


P33,991 


524,605 


770,956 489,700 


705,374 


741,724 


1,219,386 


1,271,913 


1,158,134 


1,457,385 


1 
1,149,583 ],. 516,566 1,^42,688 


1,722,187 


2,0.52,509 


384,916 


385,751 


350,904 


374,893 


267,264 361,388' 310,393 


418,565 


447,4.56 


1,015,376 


1,144,350 


1.161,646 


1,370,221 


1,068,802 1,341,908; 1,519,937 


1,454,145 


1,462,180 


167,780 


199,467 


196,376 


213,254 


159,802 


213,267 230,264 


205,587 


210,4.30 


13,522,100 


14,00.5,789 


16,501,651 


17,-59.5,862 


17,049,920 


19,859,327! 26,203,070 


26,686,896 


31,610,231 


460,945 


451,175 


393,868 


418,837 


441,371 


540,.317| 652,337 


737,319 


912,097 


64,560 


50,652 


45,526 


65,652 


68,938 


92,029 


35,222 


3,576 


7,082 


196,315 


194,652 


185,217 


285,317 


270,096 


355,406 


149,893 


12,306 


22,205 


2,073,683 


2,607,205 


1,548,097 


2,556,324 


1,555,240 


2,259,539 


1,686,619 


1,8.59,899 


1,595,951 


147,274 


259,315 


119,584 


192,218 


120.948 


176,619 


137,170 


150,867 


129,226 


456,587 


489,325 


497,071 


517,711 


425,801 


605,251 


612,051 


766,379 


918,732 


45,232,704 


49,203,548 


56,417,394 


64,981,618 


53,674,280 


77,091,246 


74,926,602 


93,200,186 


110.964,736 


603,136 


634,884 


805,485 


962,735 


813,877 1,230,691 


1,148,180 


1,349,224 


1,518,943 


3,510,632 


3,329,286 


3,565,231 


4,400,673 


3,910,123 


5,941,079 


5,894,934 


523,110 


8,033,712 



5,927,585 


5,943,855 


6,113,736 


7,425,638 


6,409,282 9,424,018 


9,135,222 


10,163,-357 


12,222,801 


215 978 


9!^7 Ql 1 


37,785 
203,380 

990,695 


46,284 
210,405 

944,555 


I 
26 248 f 








375,9.51 421,393 


135,361 112,227 
874.873 1.. 565. 806 


88,415 

1,209,204 

429,327 


89,540 

1,259,635 
494,348 


95,033 
1,638,537 


794,521 f 947,039 


403,433 


1 
473,57sf 386,619 524,294 


672,123 


1,386,450 1,606,343 1,635,293 


1,674,817 1,423,101 2,202,327 


1,726,946 


1,843,523 


2,405,693 


1,646,489 
92,631 


2,435,376 
98,110 


2,843,952 
66,789 


3,584,254 

86,288 


1 
2,591,525, 3,167,747 

87,350l 110,762 


2,128,24] 
78,137 


3,690,966 
109,821 


5,170,520 
133,880 



10—14 



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No. 18 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Quantities and Values. 



Principal Articles. 



Fancy goods : — 

Braids, bracelets, cords, frin- 
ges, tassels, &c § 

Feathers, fruits, grains, leaves 
and flowers, artificial, suit- 
able for ornamenting hats. . -S 

Feathers, ostrich and vulture, 
dressed and fancy -S 

Laces, lacecollars, lace nets, &c -S 

Toys and dolls of all kinds ... -S 

All other S 

Totals -S 

Fish :— 
Cod, haddock, ling and ix)l-/ Cwt. 
lock — dry salted or smoked t $ 

Herrings, pickled or salted . ■ ^®' 

Oysters, shelled in bulk | "^ g^" 

All other -S 

Totals S 

Flax, neuTip, jute and manufac- 
tures of : — 

Carpeting, matting and mats 
of hemp S 

Damask of linen, stair linen, 
napkins, doylies, tray cloths 
quilts, and like articles of 
linen, N.O.P S 

Handkerchiefs .S 

Hemp, undressed ] X 

.Jute cloth as taken from the 
loom, neither pressed, man- 
gled, calendered, nor in/ Yds. 
any way finished 1 .S 

( Yd" 
Fabrics, brown or bleached . - q"" 

Fabrics of flax, unbleached, 
printed, dyed or coloured . . -S 

Linen thread | •'^^®- 

Towels .S 

All other. $ 

Totals -S 



1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


323,131 


375,959 


382,831 


404,388 


387,760 


404,892 


187,877 


223,643 


194,136 


173,793 


141,039 


179,022 


176,896 


222,618 


283,024 


291,200 


218,922 


238,541 


533,163 


694,152 


621,967 


693,735 


797,497 


969,807 


159,209 


184,506 


182,453 


199,305 


230,369 


273,203 


101,543 


121,145 


137,309 


141,486 


155,135 


159,481 


1,481,819 


1,822,023 


1,801,720 


1,903,907 


1,930,722 


2,224,946 


114,454 
340,682 


119,213 
332,509 


59,886 
194,091 


72,181 
272,120 


29,225 
95,087 


71,398 
265,099 


2,609,053 
21,406 


4,367,854 
50,009 


5,626,134 
74,656 


9,097,342 
119,918 


7,891,149 
107,881 


8,286,277 
146,962 


156,535 
1.56, 170 


151,918 
151,434 


162,224 
169,-599 


163,097 
178,7.32 


166,096 
183,686 


170,210 
197,701 


382,734 


378,465 


493,730 


554,663 


506,176 


544,762 


900,992 


912,417 


932,076 


1,125,433 


892,830 


1,154,524 


90,458 


119,804 


153,219 


119,383 


108,996 


99,839 


251,108 


289,061 


368,322 


421,370 


451,036 


477,255 


102,580 


112,623 


129,437 


144,961 


160,716 


151,690 


342,364 
531,372 


147,650 
572,853 


190,552 
941,029 


243,412 
944,277 


108,299 
676,475 


160,795 
1,296,799 



11,051,082 
446,242 

792,455 
69,554 

349,177 

222,611 
109,970 

97,775 

266,603 



13,719,2791 
502,617 

1,152,192; 
101,457 



11,760,421 
449,903 

1,104,430 
89,998 



13,604,1.551 
624,09] , 

1,562, 1.30 j 
134,744 



15,162,.56b 
663,7521 

748,377 
62,588l 



22,317,975 
930,342 

1,470,522 
123,.344 



308,.508 415,005 452,846! 510,514 511,959 



238,641 
116,428 

108,570, 

394,334! 



219,423! 

114,817 

134,329, 
479,644] 



276,691 1 
131,761 1 

149,314 

.500,564 



334,274 
151,620 

133,528 

486,091 



2,314,8391 2,626,2551 3,275,703 .3,623,3111 3,40.5,.'^16 



340,647 

189, .553 

1.52,501 
426,625 



I 



4,359,907 



CANADIAN TRADE 



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QUAXTITIES AXD VALUES. 



]<»03. 


i;xt4. 


1905. 


1906. 


1907. 
(9 mos.) 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


517,976 


616.191 


548,649 


454,879 


333,430 


448,262 


404,959 


527,162 


-595,721 


161,626 


189,248 


210,890 


264,749 


306,070 


541,600 


481,750 


497,157 


592,633 


314,454 


391,889 


341,516 


299,856 


3.56,071 


411,042 


466,479 


614,757 


487,723 


1,201,175 


1,350,233 


1,365,784 


1,704,692 


1,088,347 


1,022,062 


841,050 


970,386 


1,126,756 


312,874 


277,754 


335,623 


362,440 


323,297 


561,245 


376,488 


498,304 


728,291 


205,698 


298,850 


267,683 


280,558 


242,254 


308,166 
3,292,377 


251,897 


328,661 


477,328 


2,713,803 


3,124,170 


3,070,145 


3,367,174 


2,649,469 


2,822,623 


3,436,427 


4,008,452 


109,548 
367,611 


113,474 
432,027 


77,067 
335,744 


187,365 
844,432 


128,089 
634,393 


173,892 
806.334 


169,638 
6.54,911 


160,221 
608,633 


105,639 
515,507 


9,741,628 
157,224 


11,444,558 
141,653 


11,113,^68 

1.58,848 


11.662,107 
206,833 


8,456,670 
151,214 


12,106,658 
202,009 


5,175,971 
125,073 


9,488,-545 
162,075 


8,782,367 
166,680 


205,804 
251,427 


226,146 
289,677 


227,153 
286,045 


219,504 

278,555 


189,239 
262,544 


198.635 
256,476 


193,567 
228,864 


226,128 
284,347 


237,148 
295,307 


523,603 


570 205 


626,971 


666,707 


549,021 


639,319 


617,473 


749,280 


955,502 


1,299,865 


1,433,562 


1,407,608 


1,996,527 


1,597,172 


1,904,138 


1,626,321 


1,804,335 


1,932,996 


95,024 


97,843 


91,175 


92,994 


44,352 


60,743 


43,769 


56,096 


63,952 


580,020 


653,008 


680,922 


729,468 


622,767 


797,695 


572,346 


862,789 


932,548 


158,283 


188.429 


180,440 


219,626 


192,793 


231,.595 


174,493 


220,420 


224,171 


129.856 
1,022,460 


123,885 
011,968 


102,529 
787,101 


123,857 
914,382 


75,037 
573,615 


145,969 
702,073 


69,553 
421,050 


.58,911 
336,471 


81,017 
435,641 


23.374,735 
909,760 


20,764,236 
781,864 


21,10.5,204 
847,894 


18,696,841 
843,850 


11,554,630 
714,864 


17,390,155 
1,134,995 


17,751,427 

846,944 


16,587,708 
676,949 


13,755,187 
653,298 


1,084,561 
94,170 


1.487,171 
129,561 


508,150 
53,736 


672,850 
73.316 


1,776,114 
173,098 


2,362,627 
258,693 


1,395,642 
149,016 


1,999,088 
193,684 


1,075,869 
133,571 


586,913 


619,690 


.594,950 


689,033 


527,675 


394,963 


266,811 


392,627 


325,341 


334,398 
171,884 


273,049 
163,329 


230,461 
141,343 


259,899 
167,783 


170,449 
119,087 


251,896 
172,636 


234,444 
138,337 


290,762 
191,100 


338,401 
216,211 


164,627 


176,141 


167,893 


179,627 


158,259 


189,855 


116,899 


224,758 


203,352 


544,867 


622,.561 


867,576 


1,302,152 


1,430,307 


2,171,113 


1,245,088 


2,21.3,-367 


2,235,878 


4,.32S,008 


4,344,394 


4,413,030 


5,212,231 




4,-556,817 


6,114,361 


4,004,753 


5,368,261 


5,423,963 



10-141 



212 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 18 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 





Qlantities and Values. 




1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1 

1 1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


Fruits, viz. :— 
Fruits, dried, including nuts — 

Currants { ^^^• 

Raisins { ^f- 

Nuts, all kinds -( ^|^^- 

All other .§ 


5,461,505 
125,350 

8,979,443 
329,654 

3,533,250 
196,206 

170 603 


6,558,092 
236,567 

10,776,401 
416,747 

4,572,859 
249.843 

ROR SOS 


7,298,685 
212,688 

10,977,535 
404,837 

4,780,749 
323,768 

279 253 


8,333,435 
248,296 

11,708,648 
555,644 

5,859,703 
379,208 

d9K Q1 n 


3,121,722 
219,072 

13,131,663 

753,798 

6,643,056 
411,803 


7,501,397 
294,883 

10,506,311 
491,097 

6,760,065 
425,628 

432,085 








Totals, fruits, dried . . § 


821,813: 1,269,965 


1,220,546 1,610,058 1,780,051 


1,643,693 


Fruits, green — 
Bananas | Bundles 

Oranges, lemons and limes. .? 
All other ,S 


386,013 
402,121 

743,746 

374,016 


455,637 
460,228 

786,610 

396,999 


534,406 517,998 
513,250 519,342 

952,555 913,235 

426,404 479,521 


581,624 
579,479 

1,14.5,363 

491,250 


765,767 
738,168 

1,248,302 

608,024 


Totals, fruits, green.. S 


1,519,883 


1,643,837 


1,892,209 1,912,098 


2,216,092 


2,594,494 


Fruits, canned or preserved, 
jellies and jams, &c S 


71,460 


86,919 


116,786 175,840 


187,926 


158,742 


Grand totals, fruits. . S 


2,413,156 


3,000,721 


3,229,541 3,697,996 


4,184,069 


4,396,929 


Furs, skins and manufactures of — 
Fur skins, wholly or partially 

dressed S 

Fur skins of all kinds, not dress- 
ed in any manner, N.O.P. S 
All other § 


333,094 

496,962 
59,665 


401,881 

433,080 
85,164 


1 

i 
563,583' 696,684 

782,149, 1,240,589 
209,429, 177,488 


889.224 

1,388,286 
129,418 


945,824 

1,842,857 
178,418 


Totals $ 


889,721 


920,125 


1,555,161 2,114,761 2,406,928 


2,967,099 


Glass and inanufactuies of :— 
Glass carboys or demijohns, 
empty or filled, bottles, de- 
canters, flasks and phials. . . S 
Glass jars and glass balls, and 
cut, pressed or moulded, 
crystal or glass table ware, 
decorated or not, including 
lamp chimneys, glass shades 
or globes, and blown glass 
table ware $ 

Common orcolourless window/ Sq.ft. 
glass and plain coloured, &c. ( S 

Plate glass, all kinds .j^^i.^*' 

All other .§ 


191,464 

345,543 

14,049.675 
27i;664 

665,107 

187,737 

141,878 


181,582 

274,223 

16,874,387 
317,715 

123^043 
151 069 


183,439 

353,785 

17,670,490 
372,122 

849,289 
211,107 

ofMi -mi 


219,407 

348,152 

24,091,091 
621,408 

897,900 
215,118 

255,871 


266,293 

369,339 

16,558,814 
468.319 

717,284 
194,004 

986 967- 


329,164 

346,514 

25,355,644 
718,638 

1,147,396 
257,141 

9«1 nn9 








Totals S 


1,138,286 


1,047,632' 1,328,754 


1,659,956 


1,584,922! 1,932,539 


Gloves and mitts of all kinds. . . S 
Glue and glue stock and mucilage § 
Grasses and fibres and mfrs. of. S 


511,464 
96,489 
60,471 


570.822 718,031 
143,224 174,137 
143,245 96,750 


702,960 
173,423 
108,555 


702,747 6f 3,234 
20],582j 194,144 
134,131 201,038 



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Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada &c. — Continued. 



213 



(Quantities and Values. 



1903. 1904. 



1905. 



1906. 1907. 

(9 mos. ) 



8,708,985! 
239,256; 

13,379,009 

772,864! 

7,749,809 
561,816 

488,043 



2,061,979 



942,443 
819,236 

1,106,664 

629,258 

2,555,158 



169,552 
4,786,689 



919 024 

2,202,417 
172,645 



3,294,086 



324,488 



408,700 

28,622,422 
766,868 

1,217,306 

255,725 

330.663 



2,086,444 



872,121 
]%,915 
559,769 



9,026,800 
276,732 

13,173,992 
690,861 

9,911,890 
654,659 

405,856 



2,028,108 



816,508 
809,684 

1,221,256 

64.5,708 



7,766,929 
241,461 j 

12, 817, 795 1 
551,196 

9,698,638 
667,853 

391,174 



1,851,684 



1,219,486 
971,672 

1,206,631 

797.187 



2,676,6481 2,975,490 



220,743! 186,990 



4,925,499 5,014,164 



9,797,568 
325,193 

16,546,307 
674,932 

10,554,735 
793,016 

569,780 



2,362,921 



1,200,534 
1,171,387 

1,664,885 

871,963 



3,708,235 



265,786 
6,336,942 



873,748 1,110.901; 1,142,895 



8,708,502 
395,665 

14,567,231 
912,625 

8,692,881 
724,765 

723,259 



1908. 



1909. 



2,756,314 



857,984 
817,669 



10,673,802 9,375,552 
496, 880 ! 390,316 



17,251,864 
952,673 

10,778,864 
930,787 

685,402 



3,065,742 



16,997,774 
807,145 

10,846,763 
905,146 

753,339 



1910. 



1,409,752 
1,485,073 



1,257,2231 2,502,247 
723,578: 1,325,478 



2,798,470 5,312,798 



286,303 432,075 



5,841,087i 8,8W,615 



726,580 



2,346,940 2,795,820 3,307.225| 2,933,734 



191,108 232,707 



366,296 



3,411,796 4,139,428 4,816,416 



.299,264 313,7951 342,706 



381,381 1 

29,443,3191 
674,180 

1,301,074 
237,8551 

.396,2741 



1,988,954 



44,212 

19,05 
33,288 

1,744,549 
289,013 

363,566 

1,943,874 



945,495 
185,799 
947,536 



980,960 
190.351 
706; 065 



475,379 

39,445,519 
1,016,949 

2,450,925 
456,391 

388,849 



354,354 



4,014 668 



1,004,973 

2,883,239 
503,703 



4,391,915 



279,170 



590,088 



2,680,274 



1,167,094 

2.57,781 
971,858 



ZX. 398,751 559,490 



26,279,605 
674,044 

2,434,0481 
440,4581 

324,350 



33,428,142 
850,189 



2,116,773 



1,229,153 

185,052 

1,278,375 



587,955 
399,834 



2,987,556 



2,855,946 



1,471,885 
1,406,865 

2,475,132 

1,378,100 

5,260,097 



317,533 
8,433,576 



646,045 

2,674,418 
350,456 



3,670,919 



11,131,324 
459,604 

20,514,582 
820,829 

13,276,276 
1,146,921 

865,294 



1911. 



3,292,648 



1,589,114 
1,490,095 

2,664,092 

1,584,602 



10,615,088 
544,674 

20,753,128 
1,138,969 

13,912,138 
1,391,545 

1,139,297 



4,214,485 



1,849,422 
1,782,420 

3,268,187 

2,081,248 



5,738,789! 7,131,855 



395,374 



9,426.811 



1,017,703 

4,222,925 
514,339 



5,754,967 



466,614 



464,695 

23,998,391 
012,966 



428,223 



599,45^ 

33,544,838 
833,179 



428,127 
309,2641 



680,801 
376,469 



2,281,6661 2,918,129 



2,002,823 1,336.293 

218,434: 205,027 

2,064,3291 1,849,491 



1,924,754 

236,240 

1,744,634 



594,818 



11,941,158 



978,382 

3,372,334 
665,869 



5,016,585 



434,098 



729,168 

39,626,560 
979,978 



819,069 
502,501 



3,464,814 

2,098,250 

267,437 

1,805,182 



214 



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2 GEORGE v.. A. 1912 
No. 18 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of tlie Principal 



Prtxcipal Articj.ks. 



Quantities axd Valuks. 



1897 



1898. 



1899. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



Grease, viz.:— 
Grease, rougb, the refuse of 
animal fat for the manufac- 
ture of .soap r Lbs. 

\ S 

All other S 

Totals S 

Gunpowder and other e.xplo- 

sives S 

Gutta-percha and mfrs:. of : — 

f, .. \ f Lbs. 

Gutta-percha - g 

Clothing and clothing made 
water-] iroof with India rub- 
ber S 

Rubber and gutta percha, 
crude, caoutchouc or India / Lbs. 
rubber, lannianufactured. . ' .? 

All other s 

Totals X 

Hats, caps and bonnets, viz : — 

Of beaver, silk or felt • S 

Of straw, grass, chip or other 
materials, N.O.P S 

All other hats and material for -S 
Plaits, plain, chip, manilla, 

cotton, mohair, straw, tus- f Lbs. 

can and grass 1 S 

Totals 

Hides and skins other than fur. S 

4t f Lbs. 

Hops I g 

Jewellery ... S 

Leather and manufactures of : — 
Calf, kid, lamb and sheep 

skins, dressed, waxed or/ Lbs. 

glazed 1. S 

Sole leather, all kinds - s;^*' 

Upper leather, including don- 
gola, cordovan, kangaroo, 
alligator and chamois skins 
or other upper leather, N. O. ( Lbs. 
P. , dressed, waxed or glazed \ S 

Boots and shoes S 

All other S 

Totals -S 

Marble and manufactures of — S 



t 

4.582,483 
151,523 

41,329; 


2,878,030 
132,325 

50,501 


3,893,676 
148,086 

51,680 


4,-33:3,279 
215,980 

83,918 


4,792,179 
232,033 

1.52,990 

385,023 


5,079,195 
292,226 

137,616 


192,852 


182,826 


199,766 


299,898 


429,842 


130,3871 


138,430 


212,009 


247,511 


287,030 


423,982 


2,204 
1,992 


9,440 
2,450 


391 
4.52 


2,252 
1,713 


19,845 
13,338 


7,358 
2,125 



84,031 146,502 151,842 152.791 170,000 234,187 



2,012,692 
1,055,837 


2,447,919 
1,.584,940 


2,211,321 
1,632,764 


3,002,576 
2,026,769 


2,997,017 
1,755,488 


2,903,080 
1,404,257 


358,043 


406,444 


559,587 


6J2,061 


659,359 


790,735 


1,500,503 


2,140,336 


2,344,645 


2,853,334 


2,598,185 


2,431,:304 


683,611 


822,041 


888,374 


1,02.5,115 


1,074,418 


1,100,811 


506,150 


530,796 


563,653 


546, 861 i 


546,694 


603,507 


77,157 


153,162 


146,891 


201,258 


201,998 


228,112 


350,204 
59,989 


364,491 
55,157 


320,641 
81,012 


262,505 
68,444 


506,716 
100,629 


547,615 
97,927 


1,320,907 


1,561,156 


1,679,930 


1,841,678 


1,923,739 


2,030,357 


2,425,975 


3,601,.S82 


3,877,991 


4,219,399 


4,120,443 


5,086,052 


628.028 

85,246 


567,571 
101,308 


717,555 
136,223 


1.030,819 
154,712, 


794,770 
149,728 


802,737 
131,964 


294,525 


341,396 


473,143 


578,963 


539,110 


648,590 


553,381 
358,011 


516,187 
400,464 


341,812 
289,441 


302,177 
279,161 


248,340 
212,677 


294,737 

237,128 


584,837 
131,246 


921,859 
218,950 


602,582 
148,245 


• 553,784 
172,921 


272,858 
74,992 


235,196 
64,264 


606,077 

297,278 


409,050 
303,500 


385,689 
339,361 


479,527] 
309,963 


208,094 
234,428 


257,033 
181,069 


320,025 


378,453 


451,376 


541,665 


642,790 


701,383 


276,190 


379,149 


458,319 


571,039 


568,425 


620,918 


1.382,750 


1,679,816 


1,686,742 


1,874,749 


1,733,312 


1,804,762 


77,110 


99,352 


101,879 


94,460 


97,610 


12S,781 



I 



CANADIAN TRADE 



215 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada «S:e. — Continued. 

Quantities and Vali.?;.s. 



1903 



1904. 



1905. 



1906. 1907. 

(9 mos. 



1908. 



1909. 1910. 



1911. 



7,066,670' 7,101,-555 5,042,911, 6,496,671 6,506,878 11,920,455 11,561,706 11,247,841 11,937,583 
416,793 323,791 228,111 303,907 376,811| 698,3671 643,391| 688,959 850,987 



158,470 
575,263! 



126,394 



450,185 



397,9051 455,861 



2,675 



85 



83,939 148,347 131,856 179,90ll 179,642 262,268 



312,050 



4.52,254 



508,667 



531,044 



711,134 



564,046 



112 



825: 



n 



878,268 823,033 951,227 



1,275,521 



950,419 830,073 



» 



311,168 



1,162,155 



1,217,930 



4,375 


116 


98 


971 


17 










465,4.54 


334,713 


137,194 


50,370 


29,273 


78,627 


117,282 


257,005 


454,667 


2,858,778 
1,532,998 


3,213,277 
2,197,712 


2,810,238 
2,458,386 


2,490,756 
2,394,828 


2,002,075 
1,898,633 


2,556,241 
2,201,874 


2,039,108! 3,099,409 
1,681,269 3,555,507 


2,803,540 
3,530,492 


867,689 


960,028 


958,255 


1,143,-553 


1,089,100 
3,017,023 


1,941,404 
4,221,905 


1,589,390 2,144,618 
3,387,94l' 5,957,130 


2,995,335 


2,870,516 


3,492,569 


3,553,933 


3,589,722 


6,980,494 


1,113,184 


1,34.5,222 


1,409,940 


1,301,864 


1,218,664 


1,379,377 


1,21.5,759 1,394,303 


1,757,746 


635,137 


779,723 


757,794 


935,086 


920,290 


1,223,175 


l,007,438j 1,344,644 


1,647,331 


251,948 


2.57,. 559 


240,619 


293,233 


181,515 


247,462 


187,892 


380,489 


395,983 


640,761 


358,719 
107,282 








158^686 








113,423 


168,855 


160,656 


146,317 


180,950 


298,345 


225,853 


2,113,692 


2,489,786 


2, .577, 208 


2,690,839 


2,466,786 


3,008,700 


2,592,039 


3,417,781 


4,026,913 


.5,662,744 


4,916,222 


.5,240,717 


6,811,267 


5,843,511 


4,908,871 


5,218,108 


8,237,014 


8,105,330 


613,203 
168,732 


806,889 
218,002 


767,917 
225,545 


983,776 
184,897 


909,811 
180,536 


1,305,271 
235,923 


1,283,374 
195,138 


987,520 
243,775 


1,070,802 
2.57,825 


745,404 


876,841 


829,131 


887,919 


925,380 


1,212,898 


1,024,737 


1,337,431 


1,486,233 


308,393 
216,750 


303,657 
209,223 


409,793 
311,308 


420,869 
383,484 


230,107 
228,441 


303,792 
303,361 


297,771 
282,053 


429,716 
307,326 


796,740 
502,3.52 


375,950 

77.489 


292,970 
58,600 


461,314 
108,829 


467,312 
118,592 


627,651 
167,042 


895,8-59 
246,499 


220,156 
57,546 


343,115 
81,769 


620,746 
122,179 


185,367 
129,573 


157,051 
127,851 


194,517 

158,081 


221,132 

184,828 


253,264 
225,676 


165,360 
148,027 


100,941 
92,107 


227,935 
196,854 


395,698 
296,885 


743,378 


1,002,900 


1,178,749 


1,284,654 


1,057,923 


1,538,646 


1,281,135 


1,523,957 


2,107,980 


743,734 


813,666 


900,297 


1,060,011 


1,179,622 


1,543,770 


1,391,170 


2,129,250 


2.297,141 


1,910,924 


2,212,240 


2,657,264 


3,031,569 


2,859,304 


3,780,303 


3,104,011 


4,239,156 


5,326,537 


153,481 


181,511 


145,356 


190,044 


176, .541 


287,672 


200,819 


184,003 


308,2.59 



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No. 18 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 



Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of : — 
Brass and manufactures of . . . 



S 



Copper and manufactures of : — 
Copper in bolts, bars and 

rods in coils or otherwise, 

in lengths not less than / Cwt. 

6 ft., unmanufactured. . \ $ 
Copper, in strips, sheets or 

plates, not planished or/ Cwt. 

coated, &c \ $ 

Wire I ^l?- 



All other 



Totals, copper, &c $ 

Gold and silver and nifrs. of : — 
Electro-plated ware and gilt 

ware of all kinds, N.O.P. S 
Sterling or other silverware. S 
All other S 

Totals, gold and sil ver .... $ 

Iron and steel, and mfrs. of : — 
Agricultural implements. . . S 
Bar iron or steel rolled 
whether in coils, bundles 
rods or bars, comprising 
i-ounds, ovals, squares and 
flats, tolled shapes, N.O.P. /Cwt 
\ .8 
Bridges, or parts thereof, of 
iron or steel, iron or steel 
structural work, columns, 
shapes or sections, drilled, / Owt. 
&c I $ 



Cwt. 



S 
No. 



Cast-iron pipe, of every/ 
description \ 

Cream separators and steel 
lx)wls for 

Engines, locomotives -j 

11 other and boilers, 

N.O.P., 

Hardware, viz.: — 

Builders', cabinetmakers', 
upholsterers', harness- 
makers', saddlers' and 
carriage hardware, in- 
cluding currv combs, 
N.O.P ." 



Iron and steel, rolled round 
wire rods in the coil, not 
over 3 inch in diameter, i 

imported for making wire 

in the coil / Cwt. 

I S I 



Quantities and Values. 



1897. 



1898. 



525,412 623,8 



2,309 
30,030 

17,251 
160,321 

228,399 
29,330 

50,581 



270,262 



38,089 
438,968 

18,849 
231,938 

354,015 
49,399 

148,089 



868,394 



115,135 
131,973 

48,770 



295,878 



•163,332 
94,919 
44,383 



302,634 



604,322 



25.S,129! 
460,016 



28,382 
34,103 



118,463 
48,147 



1,029,588 



270,841 
372,073 



402,575 
697,811 

33,701 
38,240 

130,718 

108 

676,091 

101,0531 



824,479 



20,315 
278,553 

13,134 
148,594 

280,648 
45,144 

326,100 



798,391 



199,135 
92,918 
46,251 

338,304 



289,4581 424,116 



671,773 
6.58,1.53 



1,637,883 



325,960 
448,592 



160,545 
281,175 

105,493 
105,059 

228,721 

398^118 

111,154 



572.154 



695,992 
765,777 



1899. 1900. : 1901. 



937,888 



31,587 

555,278 

14,810 
226,256 

769,499 
152,745 

337,380 



921,190 



31,028 
521,614 

25,874 
208,477 

555,847 
102,664 

270,136 



1,271,659] 1,102,891 



199,8811 216,738 
93,456; 90 010 
49,585 55,046 



1902. 



1,115,425 



55,095 
767,315 

22,525 
307,429 

603,268 
93,891 

338,636 



1,507,271 



228,404 
75,733 
48,459 



342,922 361,7941 352,596 



1,823,944 



267,593; 
526,790! 



94,317 
327,180 

25,910 
61,859 

216,953 

72 

446,097 

292,239 



592,332 



839,870 
1,196,593 



1,898,7601 2,654,991 



267,857 
4^8,942 



169,233 
442,481 

31,439 
50,223 

260,969 

67 

497,401 

370,403 



542,281 



410,094 
645,136 



525,450 
947,420 



62,108 
152,388 

29,a51 
44,691 

487,834 

90 

748,129 

383,681 



653,837 



1,103,641 
1,523,792 



*See under. Miscellaneous Metal.-s,' page 222, prior to 1898. 



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Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada kc — Continued. 



Quantities and Values. 



1903. 1904. I 1905. 1906. 1907. 

; (9 mo-=.) 



1,321,086 



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 



1,386,898 



56,324 
749,498 

i8,610 
296,914 

141,490 
25,263 

391,184 



190S. 1909. ! 1910. 



1,475,276; 1,938,169 



86,349' 
1,231,729; 

20,546 
347, 877 1 

176,837 
24,791 



1,969,779 



112,276 
1,022,071 

25,472 
519,808 

216,794 
40,134 



89,395 
1,801,838 

22,947 
538,194 

138,975 
30,739 



2,-366,650 1,661,978; 2,226.585 



83,8831 109,780 1.50,681 
1,749,458: 1,522,600; 2,052,416 



438,136; 620,723 



29,5541 
688,539! 

210,596 
39,055 



695,830 886,614 



1,462,859| 2,042,533; 3,102,736 3,066,601 3,-363,666 



246,015 316,900 

136,931 112,684 

61,708 73,295 



444,654 



3,155,779 



803,824 
1,328,342 



22,406! 
65,056 

59,862 
112,709, 

587,308! 

99, 

1,222,521; 

610,584 



773,167 



1,012,479 
1,41.5.447. 



337,849 

180,947 

61,304 



255,860 

132,770 

43,022 



502,8791 580,100 431,652 



351,320 

145,761 

66,179 



563,260 



2,651,470 



647,614 
1,024,612 



53,047 

147,376 

i 

159,410' 

217,054 

450,429 

200 

2,4.31,220 



1,.593,914! 1,615,123. 1,845,648| 1,749,390 



587,524 
875,654 



249,507 
651,636 

260,894 
393,684 

674,618 

113 

674,094 



595,158 643,241 



760,589 656,801 



846,2.50 
1,134,149 



634,597 

792,078i 



986,461 
1,542,046 



185,678 
508,346 

343,404 
447,450 

625,510 

85 

338,179 

1.003,133 



751,859j 



376,220 
478,991 



1,352,438 
2,147,785 



67,433 
194,551 

279,505 
360,203 

401,150 

41 

204,525 

910,677 



22,854, 
372,399| 

146,963? 
36,885 

538,269 



2,470,153 



273,200 

122,363 

.57,092 



452,655 



1,614,635 



1,509,689 776,062 
2,597,097 1,211,217 



381,989 
1,022,124 

431,036 
598,358 

448,569 

197 

1,250,345 

1,348,612 



598,0281 578,129 



221,006 
306,039! 



197.247 
295,122 



69,642 
176,694 

320,275 
370,085 

547,990 
117 

408,086 

1 

1,212,098 



30,842 
491,949 

468,959 
84,636 



1911. 



3,000,817 



213,96s 
2,845,060 

33.728 
536,862 

275,557 
64,720 



859,313 937,737 



3,488,314 



4,384,379 



311,386; 430,190 

180,858' 193,424 

66,207 86,741 



558,451 



2,643,162 



710,355 



4,517,621 



1,403,010; 2,097,816 
1,951 ,745| 3,180,525 



48,9401 
125,938 

280,891) 
327,175 

585,148; 

105, 

385,090 

1,861,680 



365,615 507,214 



406,241' 
538,378 



561,423| 
749,1171 



125,295 
328,011 

.500,920 
562,008 

387,340 

103 

329,510 

2,561,064 



681,462 



720,641 
965,912 



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No. 18 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Quantities and Values. 



Prixcipal Ahticles. 



Metals and iiuiierals and manu- 
factures of : — Con. 
Iron and steel andmfrs, oi—Cwi. 
Iron or steel ingots, cogged 
ingots, blooms, slabs, bil- 
lets, puddled bars and 
loops or other forms N.O. 
P., less finished than ii'on 
or steel bars, but more 
advanced than pig iron. 

except castings / Cwt . 

I S 

Iron in pigs, kentledge and f Tons 
cast scrap-iron \ 8 

Machinery and machines : — 
Mining machinery S 

-r, ■ .■ o. f No. 

Prmting presses, &c -. f. 

Sewing machines or/ No. 
heads or parts of I S 

All other machines or ma- 
chinery S 

Railway bars or rails of i Tons 
any form ^ S 

Railway fish and tie plates . g 

Rolled iron or steel angles, 
channels, beams, girders, 
structural shape.*, &c., of 
any weight per lineal yd/ Cwt. 

I S 
Sheet iron, common or black 
smoothed or polished and 
coated or galvanized, &c., 
Canada plates and plates 
of iron and steel, &c f Cwt, 

\ S 
Skelj) iron or steel, sheared or 
rolled in grooves, imported 
for use in the nianufacture 
of wrought iron or steel 
pipe / Cwt. 

I S 
Steel or iron boiler plate, not 
less than 30 in. wide and 
not less than \ in. in thick- 
ness , . , I Cwt. 

1 $ 
Steel in Vjars, bands, hoops, 
scroll or strips, sheets or 
plates, of any size, thick- 
ness or width when of 
greater \ alue than 2^c. per 
lb., {3ic. ! er lb. after Nov. 

29. 1966)N.O.P r Cwt 

\ 8 

Cutlery S 

Muskets, rifles, &c 8 



1897 



139,323 
127,086 

28,911 
327,232 

128,780 

302 

91,982 

3,967 
100,926 

1,541,661 

95,771 
1,526,211 

3,224 
67,475 



1898. ! 1899. 1900. 1901. 1902 



114,601 
83,256 

41,740 
428,952 



96,939 

81,283 

47,339 
484,510 



240,802 331,790 



551' 
176, 806 [ 

5,557: 
120,401 



'541 
206,339 

7,630 
159,147 



2,044,546 2,747,749 



ll2,237i 
1,899,0991 

7,8431 
171,962 



298,165 307,895 
338,139 332,115 



401,235 
810,180 



108,656 
1,800,842 

5,807 
131,141 



339,161 
365,201 



556,062: 546,163 
985,973' 1,184,251 



230,187; 
92,753 



148,954 
138,052 



166,854 
185,166 



74,031 

250,453 

I 

357,762i 

137.040 



215,179 
223,368 



172,438 
221,852 



108,887 
272,386 

427,137 

127.288 



255,145 
362,463 

65,300 
1,029,546 

757,687 

411 

217,082 

9,439 
214,205 

4,083,872 

136,531 
2,926,360 

8,460 
226,380 



783,770 
1,060,618 



594,075 
1,340,269 



247,469 

428,871 



251,332 
386,556 



381,405 
858,296 



233,984 
206,975 

40,735 
594,104 

1,617,172 

1,474 

285,522 

10,329 
202,793 

3,994,859 

I 

130,686, 
3,472,509 

4,6161 
165,960! 



401,306 
419,543 

55,081 
787,519 

900,017 

759 
200,895 

12,798 
246,179 

5,023,079 

130,653 
2,953,130 

4,094 
122,840 



427,599 811,956 
659,740, 1,146,942 



446,774 709,894 
1,105,687 1,833,804 



182,457 
251,524 



210,036 
290,960 



125,705 
414,963 



323,915 
496,130 



390,008 
571,291 



135,650 
595,299 



418,458 483,4991 529,511 
140,336' 177,309 256,969 



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Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada 6:c. — Continued. 

QCAXTITIES AND VaI.UES. 



1903. 1904. 



393,905 
380.034 

1 

89,951, 

1..308,068; 



•200,345 
219,048 

71,810 
994,587; 



1905. 



317,829 
319,6(35 

84,506, 
1,020,7741 



1906. I 1907. 1908. 
' (9 mos. ) 



650,943 

663,794 

I 

103,410, 

1,45.5,091 



383,003 
467,554 



324,451 
600,012 



165,621 236,033 
2,510,2.53 3,892,429 



1909. 1910. 1911. 



177,740 
180,3541 



736,285' 
678,524 



69,409 175,786 
984,554 2,331,024 



967,911 
949.592 

293,508 
3,918,866 



1,042,870' 1,080,466 893,337 1,144,705 ],127,75i: 1,703,513^ 979,618 1085,029 1,227,004 



313,590 523,079 



14,839 
331,366 



195,824 
4,489,968 

7,047' 
210,085; 



1,02.3,021 
1,329,077 



865,905 
2,197,804 



357,638 
572,299 



427,515 
573,887 



119,747 
601,479 

019,824 

349,393 



14,367 
336,151 



6,137,417 6,536,687 



204,298 
4,678,-572 

7,168 
212,965 



972,139 
1,276,623 



844,045 
1,927,801 



382,544 
557,944 



418,289 
575,064 



146,554 
656,163 

651,335 

463,617i 



673,532 785,616 538,0091 754,699 421,717] 914,038, 1,163,241 



11,230| 
260,004; 



248,620 
5,533,523 

5,47'>: 
178,449 



1,280,234 
1,766,872 



945,259 
2,251,858 



659,801 
864,631 



416,272 
640,788 



132,305 
685,465; 

683,553^ 

i 

461,069, 



14,311! 
286,235 



5,843,196j 7,326,679 



49,062 
1,197,170 

4,337' 
171,186 



1,443,345 
1,972,012 



1,016,163: 
2,520,045 



080,729 
888.257 



589,151 
904,252 



173,404 
857.031 

738,6091 

435,4871 



13,682 
259,311 



16,066i 
365,250 



265,0091 420,803 460,408 



7,122,214, 11,818,829 8,757,2521 12,280,189| 20,249,082 

I 



72,8111 49,187 
1,867,865, 1,278,084 



4,960 
215,045 



2,084 
95,239 



29,547 
797,479 

2,117 
82,192 



1,700,391; 2,143,872: 1,434,149 



2,418,443 



3,272,696 1,998,566 



50,108 
1,398,3731 

3,925 
156,389 



2,510,399 
3,102,440 



898,919 1,358,156 1,074,411 1,732,489 
2,322,607 3,821,824 2,789,106 4,387,971 



069,532 
965,335 



704,709 
1,201,9421 



342,157' 682,552 
543,283 1,126,711 



685,34i: 1,222,161 
925,417 1,546,580 



493.729i 950,242 
697,704 1,275,313 



107,392 

897,715 

570,379' 

I 

572,173: 



136.087 
936,037 

949,4671 

632,153! 



80,878 
533,882 

630,226 

447,512 



130,988 
827,532 

784,928 

377,612 



32,784 
895,984 

2,440 
96.1S7 



3,030,164 
4J9.19I5U 



1,648,011 
4,130,742 



1,191,529 
1,598,385 



1,207,865 
1,715,459 



189,397 
1,153,323 

1,043,710 

622,341 



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No. 18 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 







Q 


UANTITIES 


\ND Values 






Principal Articles. 














1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


Metals and minerals and nifrs. of— Con. 
Iron and steel and mfrs. of— Con. 














Stoves of nil kinds, for coal, 
wood, oil, spirits or gas . . S 


67,482 


88,770 


126,944 


129,864 


128,776 


173,003 


Tires of steel in the rough, / Cwt. 
locomotiveandcarwheell § 


9,518 
30,212 


15,284 
44,631 


16,051 
49,134 


28,790 
81,312 


23,173 
70,116 


36,388 
79,045 


Tools and implements $ 


466,210 


606,449 


700,536 


827,428 


750,204 


898,648 


Tubing $ 


519,278 


619,669 


874,254 


1,156,917 


677,477 


865,741 


Universal mill or rolled/ Cwt. 
edge steel plate \ S 


142,957 
174,131 


75,668 
71,936 


37,656 
39,434 


67,610 
127,524 


63,571 

87,598 


71,861 
101,682 


Ware: stamped tinware, gra- 
nite ware, enamelled iron 
or steel ware, &c., all kinds S 


84,974 


102,420 


132,903 


172,140 


127,057 


153,871 


*Wire of all kinds, N.E.S | ^|*- 


198,304 
418,078 


420,756 
965,962 


445,900 
1,157,751 


471,294 
1,728,803 


375,762 
1,413,561 


770,625 
2,168,239 


Wrought scrap iron and 
scrap steel, being waste or 
refuse, wrought 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. 
reman ufacture (. S 


157,694 
91,169 


903,699 
491,415 


556,063 
292,243 


772,127 
635,172 


358,066 
239,470 


720,925 
519,398 


All other $ 


1,996,921 


2,534,727 


3,162,317 


4,855,032 


4,532,988 


•5,042,087 






Totals, iron and steel. $ 


10,785,576 


17,106,207 


19,848,433 


29,649,178 


27,107,419 


33,681,625 


Lead and mfrs. of — 
Old scrap and pig . . . | ^ ' 


66,368 
162,231 


89,226 
263,064 


115,094 
284,795 


60,695 
203,428 


84,851 
96,075 


122,098 
102,351 


Another .. $ 


97,536 


113,057 


142,442 


178,151 


190,666 


181,148 


Totals, lead -S 


259,767 

19,483 
249,852 


376,721 


427,237 


381, .579 


236,741 


283,499 


Tin and manufactures of — 

Tin in blocks, pigs or bars I ^ 


24,648 
292, .S44 


28,849 
306,085 


22,441 
580,855 


29,323 
697,664 


31,747 
598,958 


Tin ijlates and sheets ■ ■ ■ \ a " 


375,358 
919,596 


457,289 
1,150,741 


331,507 
927,036 


502,168 
1,683,788 


543,290 
1,466,965 


544,149 

1,528,655 


All other .$ 


104,610 


107,437 


139,383 


154,137 


172,449 


166,530 


Totals, tin : . . •§ 


1,274,058 
96,735 


1,550,522 


1,372,504 


2,418,780 


2,337,078 


2,294,143 


Zinc and manufactures of ... . -S 


137,207 


151,467 


197,080 


168,600 




229,054 



'Wire rigging for shi|)s ' and ' wire screens, doors and windows' not included. 



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Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada &c. — Continued. 



Quantities and Values. 



1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


1906. 


1907. 
(9 mos.) 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


270,854 


366,148 


411,516 


473,422 


433,587 


470,627 


355,433 


494,144 


693,756 


46,046 
109,785 


38,832 
95,750 


63,780 
128,039 


80,365 
161,914 


74,800 
178,427 


148,525 
341,727 


105,882 
274,722 


130,580 
337,093 


192,110 
451,253 


1,141,203 


1,240,282 


1,207,905 


1,433,028 


1,219,799 


1,399,059 


908,011 


892,483 


1,115,424 


988,634 


1,205,496 


1,309,280 


1,427,322 


1,242,049 


1,820,157 


1,189,751 


1,984,418 


2,035,897 


149,379 
208,018 


154,960 
220,692 


263,830 
407,380 


243,708 
347,300 


104,323 
241,327 


269,118 
41.5,686 


205,356 
370,050 


316,700 
390,953 


487,764 
655,047 


224,924 


216,843 


299,009 


271,571 


218,310 


147,689 


143,585 


185,074 


251,664 


795,939 
2,232,894 


794,544 
2,221,741 


928,970 
2,463,914 


1,208,454 
3,093,510 


1,159,550 
2,543,136 


1,120,033 
3,418,419 


784,355 
2,322,715 


1,351,099 
3,490,798 


1,289,165 
3,773,630 


861,559 
668,971 


419,379 
298,196 


.308,868 
210,561 


422,130 
325,371 


509,768 
412,527 


650,501 
500,098 


220,434 
140,859 


302,714 
191,782 


617,875 
408,075 


6,582,858 


6,495,992 


7,108,631 


8,780,303 


8,745,994 


11,442,403 


8,134,824 


11,049,380 


15,169,409 


42,156,215 


42,463,299 


42,579,271 


44,975,007 


44,604,699 


02,499,150 


40,776,536 


59,719,739 


82,086,492 


97.117 
66,756 


95,124 
122,790 


56,910 
133,340 


82,729 
271,105 


84,046 
293,453 


04,007 
284,042 


50,122 
151,261 


113.2.53 
191,980 


110,005 
334,173 


185,505 


190,754 


219,751 


245,229 


244,018 


352,900 


273,293 


293,506 


328, .537 


252,201 


313,544 


353,091 


516,334 


538,071 


037,602 


424,554 


485,492 


002,710 


25,490 
728,904 


26,856 
720,213 


29,123 
819,038 


33,417 
1,171,509 


21,981 
891,700 


34,571 
1,282,004 


33,813 
980,714 


33,683 
1,005,467 


35,706 
1,242,430 


605,024 

1,806,643 


496,400 
1,461,811 


600,005 
1,751,507 


005,182 
1,809,000 


452,502 
1,516,777 


097,514 
2,437,540 


537,179 
1,082,306 


797,323 
2,404,777 


880,504 
2,859,011 


176,908 


208,787 


221,756 


290,912 


311,239 


340,537 


322,350 


411,921 


540,554 


2,712,515 


2,390,811 


2,792,301 


3,337,481 


2,719,716 


4,060,081 


2,985,430 


3,822,165 


4,048,601 


263,524 


316,873 


359,670 


402,053 


407,821 


524,090 


407,364 


875,557 


730,364 



222 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 

2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 18 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 



Metal s and minerals and mfrs. of 

Miscellaneous metals and min- 
erals and mfrs. of — 

Ores of metals, all kinds, in- ( 
eluding cobalt ore . . . . (. 

Iron, steel or brass rolled / 
round wire rods under 1 1 
inch in diameter, and roll--! 
ed copper rods 1 inch or I 
under in diameter 1^ 

All other 



Quantities and Values. 



1897. 



1898. 



1899. 



— Co?!.' 

Cwt. I 



Cwt. 



1900. 



1901. 



485,476| 1,538,063 1,350,403! 1,450,384 1.855,271 
105,072 15.5,583 1.53,952j 282,191 598,01(5 



Totals, misc. metals, &c. . $ 

Totals, metals &c., and mfrs.of. -S 



Musical instnnnents :- 
Pianofortes 



Pianos, parts of. 

All other 

Totals . . 



r No. 

. . s 



400,626' t 

677,828 

525,206 864,146 



t 
961,002 



1,308,106 1,019,729 1,114,954 



8,135,004 

727,099 

^. ..-.-js . _i 

1,1 75, 608 1 ], 135,163; 1,419,867 



1902. 



1,457,799' 1,733,179| 2,146,966 



14,815,794 21,985,222 24,875,769 



36,656,885 34,018,892; 41,610,579 



265 
55,297 

92,.530; 

119,4691 



385 
80,264 

99,008, 

125,562 



Oils:- 
Mineral — 
Coal and kerosene, distilled, 
purified or refined, naphtha 
benzole and petroleum, f 
N.E.S I 



267,296| 304,834 



All other.. . 
Totals . 



Galls. 

■s 

Galls. 



Gall.? 

S 



Fish oil -(^^|s- 

Animal, vegetable, &c., oils :— 
Cocoanutand palm in their ( Galls, 
natural state \ .§ 

Cotton seed, refined | ^'^|^^- 

Fla.K seed or linseed, raw ( Galls. 

or boiled.... \ ,S 

Lubricating oils, composed 

wholly or in part of / Galls. 

petroleum \ S 

Another lubricating oils, j '^^^^^■ 

All other S 

Totals -S 

Totals, oils -S 



7,649,447 
604,965 

110,095 
16,984 



7,759,542 
621,949 



314,468 
113,714 



8,145,818 
614,887 

170,991 
22,5.53 



8,316,809 
637,440 



495 

85,216 

107,6821 
169,1321 



558 1 
101, 454 1 

123.935 

171,057 



362,030 



396,446 



577 
101,185 

144,194 

169,752 



415,131 



9,537,934 
675,393 

356,578 
24,230 



9,097,685 
790,948 

423,982 
37,616i 



9,976,922 

810,780 

713,165 
67,519 



9,894,512 9,521,667t 10,690,087 
699,623 828,.564; 878,299 



171,905 
75,093 



165,354 167,805 
50,285 60,987 



187,259 
54,202 

311,7641 

70,8051 

061,075 
303,890J 

720,125 

82,388 

254,435 
85,437 



148,2471 
62,863| 

383,693; 
91,100 

539,676 
17.5.316 

900,531 
101,492 

314,372 
92,344 



185,766 
57,720 

375,307! 

83,627' 

I 

1,032,308 

328,487, 

690,274i 
82,296 

266,988 

78,434 



150,039 
57,819 



212,237 
80,192 

375,318 

92,288 

1,044,972 
479,277 

1,003,916 
124,639 

53.3,0.30 
96,833 



664 
106,171 

154,249 

211,783 



472,203 



11,811,083 
930,791 

1,15.5,987 
90.102 



12,967,070 
1,029,893 



155,956 
59,565 



407,213 
138,1311 

715,9131 

211,4891 

778,982' 
441, 048 j 

1,145,507 
1.36,226 

239,238 
77,4.33 



184,118] 


229,688 


244,687 


780,840 


752,803 


875,251 


1,516,503: 


1,465,336 


1,625,159 



241,346' 261,820 



286,915 
116,481 

1,041,357 
348,735 

692,889 
407,101 

1,216,100 
134,510 

280,504 
95,081 

319,744 



1,1 14, .575 
2,004,126 



1,266,147 
2,202,2651 



1,421,652 



2,.511,110 



* Lb.s. not gallons. 

t Included under "Iron and Steel," 



page 216 subsequent to 1807. 



CAIVADIAX TRADE 



223 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles of Mei'chandise Imported into Canada tfcc. — Continued. 

QUA.VTITIES AND VaLUKS. 



1903 


1904. 


1905. 


1901 


10,611,238 
1,070,232 

1- 


8,277,357 
1,112,193 

t 


16,157,228 
1,775,158 

t 


17,67S 
2,27f 

t 



1907. 
(9 mos. ) 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



17,673,691 17,408,995 
1,869,268 



21,208,207 22,102,5891 25,418,492 34,156,748 
2,832,548 2,606,042} 3,345,550 4,326,773 



1,678,090 


1,947,925 


2,199,788 


2,657,414 


2,573,728 


3,241,146 


2,660.725 


4,161,288 


5,525,635 


2,748,322 


3,060,118 
51,839,056 


3,974,946 
54,079,967 


4,927,450 


4,442,996 


6,073,694 


5,266,767 


7,500,838 


9,852,408 


51,435,769 


.59,839,930 


58,181,335 


80,088,799 


54,505,437 


78,G&3,141 


106,082,126 


695 
127,084 


659 

108,388 


622 
123,850 


174,32x 


1,068 
211,076 


922 
196,285 


1,037 
20(J,203 


1,592 
296,863 


1,701 
;303,673 


140,342 


147,377 


143,290 


151,757 


108,217 


164,440 


149,190 


216,571 


242,971 


•260,523 


270,920 


245,189 


275,706 


314,147 


626,907 


497,768 


698,259 


932,799 


.527,949 


526,685 


512,329 


601,791 


633,440 


987,632 


847,161 


1,211,693 


1,479,443 


13,S10,752 
1.278,512 


17,111,294 
1,556,310 


9.238,505 
837,283 


9.225,561 
808,597 


6.446,965 
532,952 


6,951,844 
550,543 


11,613,625 
843,790 


9,234,098 
656,332 


9,112,078 
528,469 


o 733 173 


5,827,2:^5 
414,901 


23,473,135 
1,007,015 


21,648,903 
862,525 


15,600,379 
7;50,178 


30.213,243 
1,510,621 








209,811 


2,003,263 


2,296,017 


3,713,487 


16,543,925 
1,488,323 


22,938,529 
1,971,211 


32,711,640 
1,844,298 


30,874,464 
1,671,122 


22,147,344 
1,283,130 


37,165,087 
2,061,164 

246,296 
84,980 


'2,847^0.5.3 


2,952,349 


4,241^9.56 


217,412 
91,251 


209,107 
132,864 


273,129 
127,582 


253,998 
86,047 


209,908 

70,817 


289,084 
112,788 


226,603 
83,865 


243,806 
121,713 


310,719 
181,491 


250,604 
141,094 


269,487 
144,44' 


259,329 
155,183 


160,182 
123,590 


224,987 
141,756 


336,854 
195,1.50 


307.237 
217,783 


297,338 
258,063 


908, 122 
366,048 


740,776 
253,337 


894,r^y 
213,555 


1.122,177 
320,575 


1,003,700 
383,440 


1,256,641 
534,449 


1,392,543 
.530,571 


2,119,737 
910,300 


2,282,281 
1,079,571 


565,966 
304,679 


862,629 
281,301 


1,648,681 
.588,355 


1,184,715 
444,437 


1,507,336 
190,395 


-3,515,090 
182,332 


*1,318,647 
70,100 


*1,561,052 
92,435 


*3,748,646 
.33C,840 


1 ,607,5:36 
196,007 


1,971,482 
248,317 


1,641.608 
210,429 


1,916,142 
2.50,018 


1,904,957 

248,855 


3,280,868 
413,713 


2,362,521 
318,134 


2,863,6:37 
.393,603 


.3, .54 1,345 
467,536 


298,437 
111,622 


481,801 
131,784 


342,f)91 
121,711 


:385,667 
144,504 


480,305 
108,632 


592,907 
193,772 


555,238 
196,565 


813.901 
227,091 


921,480 
299,692 


328,502 


318,486 


314,994 


405,408 


360,806 


564,659 


507,000 


750,056 


1,116,748 


1,488,349 


1,374,319 


1,593,485 


1,720,125 


1,415,718 


2,030,681 


1,817,520 


2,591,268 


3,-552,450 


:3,067,923 


3,478,394 


3,565,365 


3,477,294 


2,769,665 


4,176,825 


4,777,361 


5,627,482 


7,916,119 



224 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 18 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 



Quantities and Values. 



1897. 



Oilcloth {Sq-yd: 

Optical, philosophical and ma- 
thematical instruments S 

Packages, other than P.O. pack- 
ages and express parcels of 
small value $ 

Packages, P. O. packages and 
express parcels of small value. § 

Paintings, drawings, engravings, 
prints and building plans, 
&c., also paintings in oil, &c.. S 

Paints and colours : — 
Dry white and red lead, orange / Lbs 
mineral and zinc white. . . . \ $ 

All other S 

Totals $ 

Paper and manufactures of : — 
Calendered, including writing 

and note paper S 

Envelopes, papeteries, blank 
books and raanufactui-es of 
paper .§ 

All other § 

Totals § 

Perfumery § 

Pickles and sauces | ^^^^''■ 

Plants and trees S 

Precious stones, &c.: — 
Diamonds, unset, or diamond 
dust or bort and black dia- 
monds for borers S 

All other $ 

Totals $ 

Provisions : — 

Butter / ^\^- 

Cheese -[ ^\^- 

Meats : — 

Bacon and hams | ^' 

Beef, salted, in barrels . . [ ■'^^^• 

Pork, barrelled, in brine. | ^** 



556,297 
153,547 

154,664 



189S. 



1899. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



692,167 
222,538 

220,039 



933,049 
298,134 



1,106,783 
355,957 



45-3,372 536,942 
745,523 897,684 

365,778 328,566 



10,420,209 12,704,447 



246,590 268,226 



570,402j 
1,173,579| 

741,765 



14,378,909 



351,099 449,685' 511,284 



264,354; 318,291 



615,453 767,976 



36-^,192 



879,476 



663,896 
1,373,906 

842,073 



14,859,143 
638,869 

399,389 



1,038,258 



1,190,456 
423,705 

249,997 



699,985 
1,702,573 



1,283,918 
450,073 

294,754 



710,918 
1,697,647 



668,965 808,648 



10,.S07,.548 1.5,612,031 
462,353 603,621 



464,155 



926,508 



547,912 
1,151,533 



1,335 



356,389 



4, 539 1 



11,774 



398,741 i 426,480i 



649,094 738,716 



1,006,818' 1,141,996 



103,786 103,945 



150,467 
125,937 



200,596 
173,708 



820,232! 



11,477 

457,381 
957,447 



1,258,486! 1,426,305 



115,328; 124,800 



103,983; 69,579! 



213,483! 
184,-387 1 

76, 794 1 



291,669 
245,104 

88,058 



464,6671 328,539 
61,941 78,910 



526,608 407,449 



1,643,302! 
256,017 

! 

7,31.5,529 

615,845' 

2,230,9071 
192, 268 i 

11,530,834 
91,772 

3,636,221 
143 401 



3,433,922 
546,342 

11,557,458 
928,600 

9,997,198 
719,942 

1,957,732 

88,722 

6,526,900 
317,487 



9,385! 

474,178 
1,313,957 



1,797,520 



149,212 

295,897 
242,003 

102,076 



8,571 

.")02,739 
1,431,485 



1,942,795 



382,724 j 
81,899' 



451,792 611,978 

! 

178,142' 153,064 



143,195 

291,792 
233,929 

127,719 



T28,489 
135, .372 



464,623 623,934 765,042! 863,861 



2,334,400 
428,022 

8,.526,408 

668,082 

7,322,764| 
558,403j 

1,701,685 
85,115! 

8,360,710 
429.022; 



2,f,36,992 
606,183 

4,481,016 
347,443 

5, 275,929 
549,996 

2,288,281 
107,550 

5,804,882 
305,568 



1,445,627 
335,632 

5,5M1,664; 
610,127; 

6,476,0141 
726,225 

2,277,783 
108,811 

6,765,294 
460,277 



782,210 
179,479 

2,421,015 
245,489 

5,491,935 
656,024 

2,388,866 
123,242 

7,064,653 

587,784 



CANADIAN TRADE 



225 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada &c. — Continued. 

Quantities and Valces. 



1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


1906. 


1907. 1908. 
(9 mos.) 


' 1909. 


1910. 


1911 




1 

731,583 


773^661 


' 913,106 


1 


1 
f . 


563,933 


934,597 


1,178,573 


904,862 


1,306,505 


1,679,660 


304,900 


318,156 


367,125 


422,024 


.-^38.206 


723,786 


708,098 


883,602! l,347,71tJ 

1 


781,731 


877,714 


843,.521 


^1.5,737 


1,044,693 


2,126,480 


1,912,482 


2,123,243 


2,517,851) 


1,435,262 


1,496,36S 


1,605,985 


1,691,531 


1,343,068 


1,904,504 


2,096,778 


2,513,998 


2,915,568 


717,328 


633,903 


1 1,060,669 


1,549,113 


955,176 


. 1,411,044 


1,367,485 


1,.546,927 


1,807,370 


19,247,877 
759,459 


17,076,364| 21,274,869 
666,365 791,106 


15,046,275 
602,974 


10,357,365 
493,278 


13,925,235 
649,725 


1 

8,374,356 10,746,856 
354,563 401,867 


I 

12,902,199 
468,237 


616,191 


600,531 


706,794 


779,634 


631,986 871,224 


780,434 985,040 


' 1,126,697 


1,375,650 


1,266,896 


1,497,900 


1,382,608 


1,125,264 1,520,949 


1,134,997: 1,386,907 


1,.594,9:M 


514,873 


724,035 


1 

j 

799,599 


808,720 


701,865 


1,281,191 


1,119,854 


1,422,396 


1,656,438 


1,605,379 


1,900,284 


2,163,827 


^,368,235 


1,939,064 


2,787,02*) 


2,536,425 


3,236,318 


3,876,964 


2,120,252 


2,624,319 


2,963,426 


3,176,955 


2,640,929 


4,068,520 


3,6.56,279 


4,658,714 


5,533,402 


170,921 


213,846 


202,969 


235,874 


219,473 


aiojss 


296.089 


393.598 


4-50,908 


439,306 
31.3,514 


.509,639 
371,284 


484,982 
338,459 


481,038 

365,827 


372,042 
284,243 


641,377 
488,766 


537,986: 640,998 
370,568 450,759 


907,495 
t>01,373 


146,116 


164,034 


191,147 


229,252 


170,446 


276,683 


252,241 321,999 


385,404 


884,054 


853,944 


1,239,987 


1,209,755 


924,412 


1,485,110 


1 
1,236,044; 1,991,421 


2,212,683 


370,385 


363,570 


262,177 


432,410 


31.5,607 


284,531 


182,320; 299,897 


412,066 


1,254,439 


1,217,514 


1,502,164 


1,642,1651 


1,240,019 1.769,641 


1,418,364 


2,291,318 


2.624,749 


530,445 
141,146 


6.30,653 
150,949 


.583.831 
132.954 


29^,212' 
64,519, 


868,348 835,270 
157,052; 192.663 


1,227,046 

289,428 


687,454 
104,301 


1,328,792 
322,550 


1,081,2551 
132,3741 


902,255 
104,214 


415,257 

.59,485 


509,416; 
83,324; 


879,089 1,032,112 
129,980 164,819 


737,136 945,896 
130,076 191,706 


1,186,279 
2.31,479 


2,897,415 
414,444 


3,340,812 
441,003 


4,382,847] 
502,147 


7,140,369 
783,5461 


5,203,868 7,335,441 
652,602 856,900 


5,936,917' 5,501,353 
74.5,489; 830,545 


5,013,884 
846,569 


2,115,154 
121,249 


2,878,670 
12.3, 6:M 


1,878,759 
84,643 


3,478,865; 
160,949: 


3,227,574 2,937,325 
132,747 1.39,668 


2,244,383 1,866,922 
123,096j 112,.503, 


1,859,330 
125,960 


.5.637,990 
.515,704 


0,098,067 
419,067 


5,378,372 
363,253 


11,21.5,320' 

821,6.5:1' 


7,911,430 9,320,803 
641.768; 725,434 


10,677,227! S.850,865| 
891,384 925,392 


7,482,392 

788,983 


10- 


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TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
Xo. 18 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Auticlks. 



Quantities and Values. 



Provisions — Con. 
Meats — Con. 

Dried or smoked meats and 
meats jireserved in any 
other way than salted / Lbi*. 
or pickled . . , ( 8 

All other provisions S 

Totals S 



Rags 



Resin or rosin. 
Ribbons .... 
Salt 



Seeds and bulbous roots : — 
Flaxseed 



Cwt. 

Cwt 

$ 

$ 
Lbs. 



Bush 

S 



Garden, field or other seeds 
for agricultural or other pur- 
poses, N.O. P., when in bulk 
or in large parcels 



All other 

Totals. 



Silk and manufactures of :- 
Fabrics 



1897. 



1,080,300 
96,973 

176,013 



1,572,289 



1838. 



1,277,144 
122,265 

270,483 



2,993,841 



105,741 
191,697 



101,221 

509,019 

227,756.250 
345,587 



232 
375 



072,378 
67,377 



740,130 



Handkerchiefs 

Clothing, including cor.sets 
prior to 1898 

Silk, raw, or as reeled from / 
the cocoon, &c (, 



Velvets 



All other . . . . 
Totals 



s 

Lbs. 

Yds. 

$ 

S 



760,594 

80,606 

252,704 

44,955 
133,354 

296,602 
133,687 

272,510 



504,988 
339,526 

108,376 
99,090 

661,954 

201,733.297 
327,594 



1899. 



2,792,300 
246,932 

310,039 



13,349,892 
67,432 



465,454 
6kl96 



t45,768,682 
1.119,539 



381,868 
70,413 



601,082 



Soap 



Spices 

Spirits and wines 
Brandy 



(Jin of all kinds, N.O.P.. 
t Pounds. 



i Lbs. 

•\ 8 

( Lbs. 

•'I -S 

I (Jails. 

■\ $ 

/Galls. 
•I. .$ 



1,633,455 



3,833,283 
263,648 

1,880,485 
138,036 



183,060 
264,017 

455,145 
161,668 



1,331,512 

69,042 

231,795 

70,631 
226,724 

537,571 
199,473 

213,468 



2,272,014 



4,448,164 
290,773 

2,369,593 
197,590 



194,403 
300,350 

494,989 
186,002 



2,725,615 



404,976 
298,561 

108,262 
94,237 

854,113 

194,817,958 
300,339 



1,571,820 



2,090,157 
90,080 

241,780 

75,824 
263,543 

819,562 
321,604 

182,158 



3,189,322 



6,216,927 
381,198 

1,971,069 

188,687 



211,875 
310,650 

534,227 
223,915 



1900. 



2,987,923 
291,354 

387,884 



2,895,978 



1,551,557 
306,843 

84,972 
111,760 

715,951 

204.583,0S 
325,436 



t51, 184,541 
1,366,436 



1901. 



2,420,173 
274,256 

570,248 



3,085,576 



390,028 
225,924 

103,304 
125,363 

643,628 

227,521,291 
373,306 



115,328,360 
700,480 



525,567 575,719 
82,302 85,973 



l,974,305t 1,362,172 



2,452,908 
107,211 1 

251, 704 1 

6^,832; 

277,708 

763,213 

274,6251 

1 

151,113 



3,515,269 



7,292,097 
449,341 

2,119,717 
223,224 



233,403 
350,718 

595,367 
258,573 



2,363,128 

115,368 

241,909 

78,589 
261,637 

578,347 
233,523 

167,933 



1902. 



1,597,464 
193,328 

565,366 



2.550,712 



367,373 
167,902 

132,415 
147,613 

798,730 

252,231,125 
424,780 



154,049,308 
1,871,333 



443,244 
128,716 



2,443,293 



3,383,498 



5,998,358 
366,179 

2,171,867 
221,382 



245,785 
393,556 

673,712 
317,673 



2,642,626 

108,894 

224,591 

106,637 
352,134 

622,992 
279,811 

179,158 



3,787,214 



4,711,482 
318,390 

2,588,099 
251,973 



291,311 
436,251 

594,691 

270,982 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles of ^[ercliaiidi.-o Imported into Canada (to. — Continued. 

Quantities and Values. 



1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


1906. 


1907. 
(9 1U0.S.) 


' 1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


1,411,959 
164,613 


1,862,266 
223,346 


1,565,006 
181,868 


2,248,011 
■ 261,470 


i 

1 
1 

1,448,332 
186,349 


1,644,8^4 
198,916 


1,024,200 
134,118 


1,177,6.")5 
170,425 


2,222,999 
340,529 


365,480 


505,300 


370,273 


1:014,243 


975,846 


1,777,580 


1,838,030 


2,071,491 


2,197,595 


1,855,010 


1,967,513 


1,694,623 


3,189,704 


2,876,344 


4,0.55,980 


4,151,621 


4,406,363 


4,853,665 


241,286 


254,484 
333,815 


1,116,215 
324,747 


1,697,801 
361,722 


1 ;' 


496,057 
886,405 


536,604 

1.012.5;38 

■ 


295,120 


314,690 


760,797 


521,095 


160,615 
194,292 


261,940 

229,788 


170,681 
2-9,839 


188,752 
349,115 


144,749 

288,616 


214,221 
454,439 


171,737 
311,820 


242,154 
443, .591 


238,092 
508,108 


1,093,470 


1,0.59,019 


1,098,291 


1,157,886 


1,130,403 


1,736,120 


1,333,462 


1,577,628 


1,350,619 


247,263,104 
402,957 


228,424,926 
412,401 


215,397,036 
399,086 


224,452,485 
412,045 


161,300,475 
299,369 


232,163,900'263.803,000 
430,916i 460,443 


267,800,0fi0 
465,174 


245,095,000 
424,758 


+48,286,126 
1,376,537 


t2S,914,126 
548,712 


+^9, 844, 388 
211,585 


+76,949,206 
1,647,194 


+152, .331, 474 
3,351,390 


1,907,521 
2,363,085 


629,436 
789,932 


4,344 
9,503 


174,157 
347,072 


475,322 


358,290 


453,345 


374,974 


417,364 


.312,940 


277,622 


288,979 


336, .550 


137,144 


114,974 


120,770 


113,056 


283,154 
4,051,908 


883,429 


1,016,065 


882,691 


1,073,319 


1,989,003 


1,021,976 


785,700 


2,135,224 


3,5,59,454 


2,083,619 


1,181,173 


1,756,941 


2,888,725 


2,839,012 


3,442,868 


3,391,557 


2,659,650 


3,632,718 


3,408,017 


4,351,316 


4,082,617 


112,803 


125,743 


130,757 


121,596 


116,341 


167,897 


56,046 


90,908 


138,058 


234,154 


260,393 


274,362 


254,535 


202,074 


353,825 


309,416 


423,931 


663,759 


101,8.'^3 
367,928 


9>!,356 
368,280 


127,672 
444,370 


120,207 
451,707 


79,0.59 
327,040 


96,9.54 
451,382 


106,364 
374,956 


112,330 
393,011 


121,748 
407,58;^ 


785,525 
370,118 


651,000 
302,031 


585,279 
294,664 


448,738 
282,270 


385,500 
240,186 


567,107 
367,911 


420,701 
257,142 


622,284 
411,763 


629,488 
486,446 


198,377 


239,996 


254,877 


291,820 


265,327 


355,304 


224,479 


346,929 


547,504 


4,172,105 


4,135,455 


4,841,898 


4,793,485 


3,810,618 


5,329,037 


4,630,056 


6,017,858 


6,925,967 




" " 419,120 


" " 434^009 


! 1 




346,554 


512,129 


441,162 


617,662 


694,798 


824,030 


875,011 


2,694,581 
236,457 


2,872,497 
283,254 


2,768,608 
262,298 


3,493,268 
299,356 


2,065,778 
196,812 


3,036,351 

281,288 


3,225,644 
252,195 


2,984,890 
242,823 


3,495,227 
313.417 


310,360 
475,386 


344,963 
540,270 


362,385 
560,828 


355,211 
539,662 


262,74? 
457,274 


425,424 
761,110 


325,738' 
551,946 


401,026 
742,302 


443,916 
832,525 


749,231 
350,175 


881,016 
413,.510 


809,694 
374.482 


671,963 
377,528 


551,774 
313,106 


881,641 
572,165 


775,795 
494,682 


878,449 
552,435 


938,700 
014,972 



10—151 



228 



TRADE AM) COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 18 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of tlie Priucipal 



• Quantities and Vai-les. 



Pki\(upal Auticles. 



Spirits and wines^Co«. 
Whiskey 



f Galls. I 

•\ s i 

•Ml i.u • .. f Galls. I 

All other spirits. \ e 

wr- 1 y f Galls. ! 

Wines, uon-sparkiing -^ g j 

I. sparkling ?! ' 

Totals S I 

Stone and mannfacturt'.s uf -? 



1897. 



244.246 
317,433; 

181,9771 
73,121' 

I 

368,646! 
249,117! 

142,189 



1,207,545 



1898. 



308,171 
422,909 

206,393 
9:J,090 

407,032 
273,388 



181I9. 



376,626 
523,819! 

312,394| 
128,907; 

407,947 
292,269! 



154,876 174,100 208,202j 



1900. 



431,685 
618,556| 

271,0791 
161,153| 

467,277! 
344,669; 



191,760 240,988; 249,922 



1,467,499 1,720,548! 1,983,591 



239,993 



1901. 



1902. 







-184.235 
699,739 


477,638 
681,550 


273,992 
167,674 


295,594 
1.59,603 


464,702 
353,344 


488,551 
359,890 


234,603 


238,000 



2,166,5891 2,146,276 



243,012! 317,860 



Sugar, sj'rup and molasses- 
Sugar, N.O.V 



Molasses. 



I Lbs. 

\ S 

f Galls 

■1 S 



290,527,519|261,755,049 269599,292: 31,981,542 340,291,611;391,358,949 



6,387,9341 5,258,213 6,065,129 7,554,012 

4,646,623! 3,834.022 3,953,71o' 4,666,677 
817.8^13^ 612,421 813,602' 1,217,027 



7,953,340j 7,905,044 

I 

4,44(>,759 5,120,870 

1,071,090 921,.588 



.\11 other... , 
Totals 



110,815i 161,872 171,208 



7,316,592 6,032,506 7,049,939 



243,170 



9,014,209 



Tea 



I Lbs. 24,344,982, 20,052,264 25,102,685 24,998,726 
\ i* 3,313,048 2,726,014 3,528,8071 3,611,014 



Tobacco and luamifactures of- 
Cigars and cigarettes 



( Lbs. 



320,956 



9,345,886 



275,626 



9,102,258 



23,095,9381 19.682,053 
3,189,.567! 2,977,129 



93.683 

228,881 



68,179 
160,212 



71,058 
195,929 



98,0641 

286,7421 



339,019j 



101,265 
313,543 



Tobacco, unmanufactured.. . 



Lbs. 



15,816,279 5,912,802 11,950,177 
2,010,107, 1,061,716 1,715,451 



9,925,7751 9,284,971' 11,877,862 
l,731,366j l,555,851i 2,020,099 



All other 



( Llvs. 



101 175 
47,505 



142,878 
62,674 



251,051 
116,951 



327,068! 1,108,693! 
139,7161 277,.550: 



316,364 
156,834 



Totals 



f I -bs. ! 16,011.1371 6,123,859 12,272,280, 10,350,907! ! 12,295,491 

I >> 1 2,286,493 1,28-1,6021 2,028,331 2,157,824i 2,172,420, 2,490,476 



Tobacco pipes of all kinds, pipe 
mounts, cigar and cigarett." 
liolders and cases for sauii-, 
smokeia'sets and cases there- 
for, and tobacco pouches. . . .>! 

Turpentine, spirits of (*'*§*^ 

Umbrellas, parasols, and sun- 
shades of all kinds .s 

Vegetables -S 

Watches and [>arts of •? 

Webbing.. .>; 



140,611; 159,271 191,890 214,057 



I 

566,482 
153,483 

111.470 

220,563; 

457,927* 

80,577: 



712,949 
212,103 

116,835 

309,142j 

4.51,06li 

131,788! 



607,090, 
228,995 

131,238: 

328,332 

427,198 

121,624 



725,328 
:!59,675 

109,890 

413,149 

500,018 

139,7501 



292,895 

808,037 
309,339 

81,864 

445,385 

624,000 

i:i8,700 



303,083 

729,035 
311,773 

72,224 

430,397 

742,558 
156,73;^ 



CANADIAy TRADE 
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Articles of Merchandise Iinported into Canada &c. — Continued. 



229 



Quantities and Values. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



1906. 



531, 677 i 
803,644 

346,361 
172,3881 

520,270j 
375,308! 



575,879 
874,261 

456,231 
204,546 

487,535 
377,135 



1907. 

(9 nios. 



1908. 



592,104 
899,251 

836,485 
302,882 

.563,363 

410,188 



1909. 



1910. 



224,680 


2j8,440 


263,131 


2,401,.581' 


2,648,162, 


2,810,762 


374,713 


456,264' 


499,040 



646,543 
1,024,593 

502,741 

254, 938 1 

562,668 
417,9881 

311,211 ' 

2,925,920 



505,501 767,069 693,9271 861,784 
843,210 1,306,380 1,140,5881 1,480,349 



324,137 
209,759 

390,539 
301,3901 



560,346 j 
343,517 1 

631,661 1 

502,8791 



303,3871 

242,2581 

529,430 
.390,947 



676,281 



240,569 ; 462,790: 263,438 



2,36.5,308 3,918,841 3,083,859 



664,778! 968,227 



;i.J9, 788,727; 434,958,236 
6,472,935! 8,522,004 



371,259,4781 417,932.357! 292,439,527487,903,529 
9,897,579i 8,930,587 6,028,215' 10,905,737 



4,141,815 4,908,506 5,539,6581 5,610,353' 4.115,187 5,414,971 
818,824 1,023,788! 1,165,54) 1,096, 425i 4.56,355 1,000,555 



244,445j 273,399 



r,536,204] 9,819,191 



24,072,4971 31,339,600 
.3,473,0.52! 4,695,440 



274,056 356,072 



11,337,1761 10,383,084 



26,379,171 1 25,628,694 
3,677,620| 3,666,996 



335,205 



6,819,775 



22,208,647 
3,185,411 



120,382' 
359.311; 



128,300 
395,524 



122,185 
393,766 



144,574] 
465,951 



14,778,471! 1.5,494,586 
2,503,5171 2,880,792 



14,707,4571 14,603,355! 



332,872 
178,200' 



460,197 
228,4.59 



2,-545.713 

410,586 
200,805 



15,231,725 16,083,083 
3,041,028 3,504,775 



2,669,225 

556,893^ 
288, 05r 



134,708 
478,097 

14,58.5,972 
2,963,085 



526,819 



12,433,111 



835,283 



468,023,881 
11,760,685 

4,652,718 
970,235 

554,235 



276,903 
274,118 

ti83,940 
489,665 

475,879 



4,014,748 



1,145,108 



1911. 



1,019,392 
1,778,395 

435,258 
358,788 

763,149 

58l,75t'> 

717,708 



4,884,204 



1,337,172 



13,285,155 14,850,944 



26,905.368! 32,533,299 
4,346,043! 5,081,306 



506,927,768 
12,602,675 

6,682,517 
1,552,433 

695,836 



563,887,873 
14,816,121 

6,814,612 
1,409,635 

965,139 

17,190,895 



33,191,909 34,303,5y5 
5,348,775 5,654,528 



163,850; 
537,217! 



134,989 
467,198 



16,219,692] 15,657,121 
3,468,853! .3,462,976 



442,8881 637,355. 442,212 
242,739| 350,750! 246,217 



137,085 
510,151 

1.5,479.327 
3,448,890 

525,694 

298,735 



1.5,240,228 15,304,822 
3,140,284! 3, 423, 227 1 



15,163,5681 17,020,897, 16,234,322; 16,142,106 
3,683,92l! 4,356,820; 4,176,391! 4,257,776 



368,603 


444,747 


407,066 


443,023 


784,013 
437,0.58 


680,680 
423,250 


802,014 
459,912 


898,100 
603,059 


62,041 


56,731 


.53,784 


53,122 


717,866 


700,110 


992,277 


802,4131 


872,753 


946,576 


900,846 


936,154 


164,393 


202,149 


183,835 


203,586 



3.37,940, 670,968! 647,525 



173.96a 
613,782 

17,541,091 
3,947,807 

680,591> 
390,857 



18,395,6.50 
4,952,446. 



453, .594 j 

295,200 



870,4011 
562,125 



908,740 
412,818 



53,5.59 114,9871 100,621 

1 
520,133; 1,117,253; 1,043,629 



810,930 
179,272 



615,500 

963,115! 
527,349 

109, 408 i 



962,953' 

i 

206,843' 



1,313,631 
786.422! 1,044,678 
202,6.32, 302,175 



796,114 

883,266 
683,236 

117,021 
1,827,690 
1,230,369 

315,367 



230 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
iSTo. 18 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Prinx'ipal Articles. 



Wood and manufactures of : — 
Fui-niture, house, cabinet or 
office 



Sawed boards, planks, deals, 

and other lumber undressed / M. ft. 
or dressed on one side only. \ $ 

Manufactures of wood,N. O. P. § 

Linnber and timber, N.O.P. . 8 

Timber, squared or sided, ( Tons 
N.O.P \ -S 

Log? and round unmanufac- 
tured timber, N.O.P S 

Cherry, chestnut, gumwood 
and hickory and whitewood f M. ft. 
lumber . \ $ 

Oak lumber {^V*' 

Pitch pine hunber f ^\!^- 

Walnut lumber | ^^'^^ ■ 

A ' --.her wood, &c $ 

Totals $ 

Wool and manufactures of : — 
Cassimeres, cloths and doe-/ Yds. 
skins [ § 

Coatings and overcoatings. • . I e^" 
Tweeds [ ^^S" 

Flannels, plain, not fancy . . . | o®* 

Knitted goods, including f Lbs. 
knitted underwear, N. O. P \ $ 

Shawls S 

Socks and stockings ( ^^oz- Prs- 

Yarns (except mohair prior/ Lbs. 
to 1899) \ § 

Wool not further prepared ( Lbs. 
than washed, N. O. P \ § 



QUANTITIES AND VALUES. 



1897. 1S9S 



285,512 



32.347 
331,937 

337,735 

8,600 

68,420 
357,132 

189,577 



5,428 
156,833 

16,001 
339,540 

10,936 
162,906 

1,528 
44,550 

787,906 



1899. 



3,002,228 



282,565 



32,6.52 
384,767 

304,820 

7,819 

462,363 
136,918 



7,212 

227,280 

24,863 
484,782 

16,813 

295,748 

2,322 
56,049 

863,551 



3,506,662 



327,719 



46,870i 
569,416, 

370,839 

14,9.57 

199,132 
406,845 



6,918 
208,321 

19,703 
543,536 

15,642 
304,209 

1,566 
50,404 

1,086,414 



4,081,792 



1,204,191 



443,574 
411^982 



58,427 

144,857 
161,203 

58,466 

216,024 

415,081 

347,072 

162,156 

5,704,194 

878,339 



2,172,218 
1,170,536 

947,939 
498,290 

791,388 
428,650 

360,856 
57,402 



2,815,153 
1,559,978 

953,124 

558,821 

849,870 
513,513 

j 

-175,568! 
64,810! 



1900. 



1901. 1902 



395,509 

I 
36,309| 

574,383 

502,994 
10,431 

199^4151 

432,224 

I 

7,623i 

272,462j 

29,548! 

887,2741 

19,089] 
398,211 j 

2,525 
86,659 



414,206 

52,574 
704,868 

478,707 

16,177 

21^073 
262,863 



5,731 
197,379 

27,643 
804,180 

23,596 
444,732 

1,581 
57,906 



1,243,7361 1,322,787 



5,003,2981 4,913,878 



2,504,211 
1,384,631 

989,364 
592,331 



489,306 

51,712 
675,910 

568,948 

10,236 

472,967 
665,817 



5,543 
186,872 

34,037 
941,004 

15,884 
344,567 

1,317 
49,286 

1,494,527 



5,899,440 



3,673,196 3,823,743 
1,883,9571 1,939,672 



973,467 
485,324 



1.427,821 1,241,095 
843,625 748,765 



542,522 
84,334 



161,042 

57,114 

301,719 
488,664! 

462,7231 
213,195 

11,785,899 
1,885,489! 



210,763! 

77,4481 

386,732! 
648,157' 

7.35,043! 

.311,861; 

i 

9,413,7391 

1,33."),096 



125,329 

73,174 

427,399 
635,239 

909,089 
407,311 



655,702 
120.126 



93,200 

93,656 

303,631 
526,548 

1,014,563 

409,864 



8,054,699 8,574,605 
1,574,834| 1,292,895 



1,128,505 
642,042 

1,874,787 
1,028,400 

824,270 
153,398 



82,465 

87,444 

358,402 
572,183 

1,481,542 
.531,002 

10,360,738 
1,374,054 



r\XADI.[\ TRADE 



231 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles of Merchandise Inrported into Canada ii:c. — Conliiiued. 

Quantities and Vaixks. 



1003. 



592,608 



657,138 
39,8101 



690,951 ; 
389,267' 

7,439 
305,657 

38,055 
1,268,053 

23,714 
559,045 

1,183 
55,608 

1,539,917 

6,990,414 



4,289,000 
2,381,665 

1,608, 586 1 
944,809, 

2,585,347 
1,397,482 

756,054 
139,385 



1904. I 1905. 1906. 1907. 1908. 1909. 1910. 
1 (Omo.s.) 



585,486 



60,900 142,648 
892,360! 2,663,571 



930,291 
63,387 



326,760 
396,348 



10,850 
457,419 

45,923 
1,492,577 

15,056 
302,375 

1.210i 

57,770 



4,236,852 
2,280,217 

1,771,024 
1,050,658 

3,949,580 
2,049,773 

744,802 
129,195 



105,644 
111,461 

517,202 

887,742 

2,130,610 
Sll,153j 

7,994,702! 

1,239,998; 



240,177 

112,938 

487,929 
871,903 

1,861,649 
801,000 

7,339,369; 
1,.S19,735 



693,670 

116.531 
2,185,221 

895,289 

60,639 



75.3,589j 

I 

52, 401 1 
1.124,638 

909,048 ! 

25,997 



145,3381 
479,791 



7,8171 
318,3301 

36,820 
1,200,9811 

I 

20,5861 
405,7331 

7,943 
34,211 



2,123,458 2,121,228 



9,399,4421 8,540,431 



189,418 
889,571 

9,661 
420,524 

32,852 
1,239,259 

22,576 
565,474 

1,003 
43,246 

2,495,606 

8,656,370 



2,334,752 

1,589,685 

1,898,297 
1,177,760 

3,677,756 
1,952,792 

774,030 
134,933 



329,280 
96,336 



3,075,228 
2,003,161] 

1,838,061 
1,166,954 

3,962,590 
2,092,559 

746,067! 
132,348 



407,059 
109,982 



542,204i 626,751 

957, 147 j 1,120,696 

1,948,817 2,044,962 

912,642 1,032,271 

7,617,211 6,311,837 

1,553,431 1,489,268 



570,2831 812.418! 681,290 



39,415 
959,081 

851,651 

14,373 



79,190 
2,012,315 

1,131,724 

1,502 



997,569 



40,409 
410,264 



9, 286 1 
390,965 

35,761 
1,395,210: 

40,192 
1,288,791 

709' 
38,8211 



51,012! 85.053! 

1,107,180 1,852,542 

842,827J l,142,535j 

2,154! 



190 685 
526,182 

16, 051 1 

684,252| 

54,543 
2,173,793 

68,946 
2,170,143 

608 
34,370 



59,340! 53,178 
579,833 532,884! 



8,600 
388,134 

32,220 
1,380,415 

42,317 
1,049,668 

493 
23,529 

2,664,872 



2,023,474 3,504,689 
7,983,3221 13,242,073, 8,779,242 



11,983 
534,834, 

50,556 

2,146,359i 

I 

42,341 
1,028,483 

512 
26,556 



1911. 



1,34.3,188 

193,523 
3,500,066 

1,618,686 

182 



332,927 
699,107 



10,740 
670,775 

57,593 
2,321,930 

94,048 
2,111,818 

594 

32,685 



3,153,7731 4,615,390 



11,468,713 



17,248,760 



3,211,912! 4,484,885; 

2,224,296' 2,817.782 

! i 

1,591,760, 1.910,106 

1,084,926 1,305,713 



3,175,388 
1,715,165 

488,854 
91,514 



.313,093 
69,759 



3,258,924 
1,921,049 

595,484 
107,565 



3,715,0561 4,863,173 

2,483,859j 3,381,332 

1,344,561! 2,102,957 

1,006,878! 1,556,298 

1,815,548! 2,890,617 

1,183,8371 1,859,873 

I 

319,404! 467,384 

68,470; 91,023 



676,743; 
86,5.501 



475,3851 
36,437! 



5,413,313 
3,467,536 

1,842,249 
1,349,853 

2,595,921 
1,698,-506 

504,689 
98,482 



697,6331 

38,783 



498,693' 760,285 

966,188| 1,379,317| 

1,435,311! 2,439,430 

767,663' 1,307,499; 

3.928,791 6,129,216 

8.53,152 1,407,274 



522, 337 j 738,436 

933,115' 1,351,640 

2,0.56,682 3,367,126 

1,072,889 l,666,668j 

.5,683,948 7,747,079 

1,042,662 1,587,175 



909,901 

76,522 

970,768 
1,697,348 

4,283,555 
2,133,712 

6,422,395 
1,496,-520 



232 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 18 — Statement of tlie Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Artici.ks. 



Wool and manufactures of — Con. 
All fabrics conj posed wholly 
or in part of wool, worsted, f Yds. 

&c \ S 

Clothing, ready-made, and 
wearing apparel of every 
description (except knitted 
goods) -S 



<ilAXTITIES AND VALUES. 



1897. 



1898. 



1899. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



12,375,0231 i ; 

2,537,690; 3,024,6^, 3,377,094; 



Carjiets, Brussels 



tapestry 



other 



/ Yds. 

I § 

I Yds. 

1 8 

f Yds. 



Felt, pressed, of all kinds, not 
filled or covered by or with / Lbs. 
an}' woven fabric (, S 

All otlier -S 

Totals § 

Miscellaneous articles : — 

Articles iuijKDrted by. and for 
the use of the Dominion 
Government or any of the 
Departments thereof, or by 
and for the Senate and 

House of Commons, &c •$ 

Articles for use of tlie Annj' 
and Navy 



Articles for use in the fisheries ."i 
Settlers' efiPects S 



3,359,856 3,099,154 3,386,.593 



820,707 

416,245 
234,911 



972,820 

483,278 
288.315 



1,151,6741 1,151,933 



667,393( 
414,688. 



1,074, 601 1 1.233,475' 1,444,352 
333,125| 403,559 468,916 



140,947 
49,859 



402,696 
128,054 



55,092 
27,196 



463,578 
183,323 



127,689 274,790 



8,025,454 10,135,019 



234,8111 354,367 



71,024 
32,000 



449,988 
178,083 



811,104 
493,789 

1,404,427 

465,648 

1 

60,945 

32,193 



432,748 
173,399 



1,155,914 

651,578 
410,847 

1,410,483 
469,860 

68,633 
42,621 



488,858 
182,062 



277,906; 330,393 228,953 



11,180,808 11,728,019 11,243,746 



1,211,186 

663,991 
419,655 

1,576,839 
560,122 

161,461 
97,1.^7 



565,402 
192,592 

345,103 



12,623,107 



856,451 



•S j 1,693,511] 635,4821 387,930 



712,133 1,646,337 2,607,664 



540,620 496,047 



2,233,730 



Coin and bullion S j 4,676,194 



Total value of principal and 

other articles imported S. \ 119,218,609 



50,380 



2,828,675; 2,805,956 



4,390,844: 4,705,134 



140,323,0531162,764,308 



597,643j 632,616 

627,528j 653,968 

3,065,410 3,740,630 



8,297,438 



189,622,513 



3,537,294 



190,415,525 



523,954 

7.37,400 

4,580,481 



6,311,405 



212,270,158 



GANADIAX TRADE 



333 



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Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada &c. — Concluded. 



QC.VNTITIES AND VaLUES. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



1906. 



1907 
(9 Jios. 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



3,754,413 4,116,8691 4,843,993 5,956,693 5,070,3681 7,217,254 5.375,430| 8,042,5671 7,894,-58:- 



1,321,563 

859,698 
553,057; 

1,848,2211 
658,415; 

374,820 
260,643 



613,442 
214,140 

348,732] 



824,469 
544,610 

1,748,342 
697,984 

435,991 
273,726! 



598,405 
212,726 



819,8041 
540,40Si 

1,604,5521 
599,360j 

707,472j 
456,369' 



.588,932 
168,099i 



651,228 
460,784 

1,581,249 
564,175 

746,302 
542,353 



811,667 
190,174 



206,808 
162,604 



501.508J 
403,4181 



268,033 
233,304! 



296,0951 
249, 645 i 



696,389 1,215,4881 
281,046 622,4731 



1,031,128; 
631,023i 



628,284] 
570,3451 



627,8101 1,116,4901 
18.3,104! 272,565 



372,029, 

378,422 



469,999 
152, .599 



674,721 
591,903 



674,721 
214,966 



485,221 586,985] 581,824! 537,696! 1,189,531 893,557 1,189,167 



15,130,302 16,854,931 17,563,5141 19,381,666 16,136,308j 23,145,029| 17,195,096 24,680,481 



1,407,060: 2,398,668, 1,689,684| 1,831,472 
90,820 



777,038 
6,442,724 



8,976,797 



241,214,961 



1911. 



1,668,199! 1,664,294] 1,531,365 1,184,711; 1,859,951| l,.526,140i 1,684,218 2,0.38.2««; 



389,575 
318,813 



703,334! 1,000,660' 1,048,79(» 
332,112 477,590 573,024 



840,373 
735,276 



1,808,731 
323,676 

1,639,340 



26,451,358 



1,404,450 

• I 

19,493 12,170 7,805! 698j 2,127; 2,121: 1,503J 4,628 

'. ' 111 

751,877 812,680 743,933, .556,586] l,094,887j 915,254 966,143; 1,171,561 

6,758,913 7,084,659 9,254,511 1 5,775,3781 10,682,490; 7,721,599| 10,273,428' 14,072,611 



7,874,313 10,308,435; 7,078,603' 7,517,008; 6,548,661 9,988,442 6,017,589] 10,206,210 



259,211,803 266,834,417; 294,286,015 



259,786,007! 370,786,525 



309,756,608 391,852,692 472,247,540 



234 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
Xo. 19 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Princdpal Articles 

(From Canadian 



PrIN'CIPAL A.RTICLES. 



Animals, living : — 

Cattle, horned - g " 

Horses | ^^■ 

Sheep I ^J- 

All other S 

Totals S 

Books, photographs, &c. . . 8 
Breadstufifs, viz.: — 
Grain : — 

Barley -['^'^^- 

Beans f Bush. 

I S 

Buckwheat f Bush. 

\ S 

Indian corn f Bush. 

I s 

Oats f Bush. 

\ $ 

Pease, whole f Bush. 

\ S 

1. split ( Bush. 

\ S 

Rye r Bush. 

\ S 

Wheat f Bush. 

\ S 

All other ( Bush. 

\ § 

Totals, grain ( Bush. 

Grain products, viz.: — ' 
Bran f Cwt. 

\ S 

Oatmeal ( Bbls. 

\ S 

Wheat flour f Bbls. 

I § 

All other S 

Totals, grain products. S 
AH other breadstufifs .... S 

Totals, breadstuffs . . S 



Quantities and Values. 



1897. 



161,377 
7,159,599 

19,208 
1,952,071 

313,410 
1,002,011 

150,036 



10,263,717 



119,959 



1,831,094 
566,505 



1898. 



1899. 



213,064 
8,729,990 

16,423 

1,840, 989 j 

351,789; 
1,272,0771 

71,7141 



1900. 



1901. 



212,504 
8,576,371 

13,505 
1,077,907 

405,334i 
1,541,1321 

95,992 



205,5811 
9,090,696} 

10,893! 
1,269,535 

459,944 
1,894,012 

75,759' 



1902. 



169,337 184,692 
9,068,860 10,699,630 



8,819 

1,075,901 

I 

394,948 

1,628,731; 

136,119 



11,914,7701 11,291,402! 12,330,0021 11,909,611 



147,985 135,154 178,731 



164,700 



14,558 
1,784,428 

348,895 
1,496,771 

146,087 



14,106,916 



184,246 



527,158 
199,068' 



! 

386,768J 
179,519 



2,551,9491 
1,200,8521 



2,490,403 
1,173,219 



457,117 
231,199 



264,744 
195,543 


273,684 
200,093 


304,537 
239,2:^8 


312,443 
335,542 


310,654 
418,810 


154,131 
225,813 


' 479,555 
181,733 


721,219 
297,491 


334,492 
178,637 


274, .580 
146,055 


429,334 
227,717 


314,550 
175,517 


7,229,897 
1 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 


i 7,247,991 
1,835,721 


10,925,602 
3,320,718 


11,098,279 
3,536,937 


8,059,963 
2,489,048 


10,122,262 
3,103,575 


5,187,113 
2,104,883 


! 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 


149,254 
100,218 


129,347 
104,287 


132,250 
123,493 


165,210 
155,694 


201,148 
193,154 


196,349 
222,954 


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 


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 


1,761 
546 


3,256 
1,433 


7,539 
3,926 


1,907 
1,260 


4,190 
1,954 


32,039 
15,985 


34,799,606 
17,432,255 


55,514,684 
33,780,652 


49,567,354 
27,127,113 


49,066,633 

27,795,181 


49,558.337 
27,447;691 

351,175 
243,215 


48,099.871 
32,749,900 


173,849 
122,570 


270,684 
165,848 


229,340 
168,120 


192,567 
145,206 


383,601 
237,178 


153,865 
468,399 


176,821 
554,759 


119,986 
396,568 


145,867 
474,991 


151,851 
467,807 


91,706 
344,332 


481,764 
l,720,.3ol 


1,254,864 
5,446,016 


808,605 
3,145,874 


771,022 
2,800,347 


1,121,901 
4,030,746 


1,086.693 
3,969,135 


20,041 


19,782 


12,575 


28,660 


36,729 


62,020 


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 


4,012,665 
53,318 


19,807,900 


39,986,973 


30,920,633 


31,289,893 


32,286,587 


37,415,883 



C'AXADIA\ TRADE 



235 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

of Merchandise Exportt'i! from Canada during each Fiscal Year, 1S97 to 1911. 

lietiirns.) 









Quantities and Values. 








1903. 


1004. 


1905. 

i 


• 1306. 


1907. 
(Omos.) 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


176,945 
11,370,262 


158,532 
10,503,921 


167,271 
IL 373, 379 


176,668 
11,689,551 


162,147 
10,933,669 


151,049 
9,302,964 


162,963 
10,772,800 


1.57,402 
10,793,166 


124,971 

8,547,586 


6,371 
1,038,408 


3,52r. 
640,127 


3,946 
754,198 


4,i300 
897,583 


3,646 
825,343 


1,017 
973,805 


3,232 
783,194 


4,405 
1,042,904 


4.064 
1,063,881 


401,619 
1,658,874 


364,175 
. 1,547,497 


288,705 
1,405,106 


244,339 
1,174,005 


2.55,026 
1,31.5,307 


227,876 
1,211,240 


120,043 
592,995 


111,922 
62.5,665 


48,347 
330,274 


388,032 


118,639 


113,565 


120,198 


93,312 


171,193 


105,298 


170,160 


182,524 


14,455,576 


12,819,184 


13,646,248 


13,881,337 


13,167,631 


11,659,202 


12,254,287 


12,631,895 


10,124,265 


209,639 


257,643 


272,976 


329,802 


218,482 


321,660 


400,305 


373,492 


468,916 


947,012 
457,233 


1,057,670 
489,437 


1,808,575 
893,480 


2,885,889 
1,420,642 


1,774,775 
928,985 


2,023,816 
1,239,972 


3,039.681 
1,804,185 


2,053,401 
1,114,.532 


1.545,254 
831,196 


51,095 
79,801 


84,434 
133,569 


237,896 
305,856 


89,332 
140,672 


28,257 
48,923 


51,289 
85,244 


84,798 
134,100 


18,634 
35,651 


29,381 
51,128 


314,349 
175,394 


440,639 
234,029 


505,885 
281,094 


488,365 
276,031 


356,440 
196,002 


377,936 
245,093 


669,236 
398,198 


923,.552 
.536,741 


463,735 

2.38,923 


2,132,908 
1,085,601 


5,698,115 
2,775,807 


5,650,637 
2,962,367 


4,866,086 
2,636,210 


3,606,381 
2,090,313 


4,896,212 
2,978,768 


330,764 
253,503 


475,149 
372,693 


4,376,929 
2,736,189 


7,753,049 
2,632-886 


4,695,475 
1,603,461 


3,001,991 
1,087,731 


5,066,931 
1,8.58,324 


4,737,907 
1,936,791 


7,168,953 
3,188,054 


5,319,368 
2,199,448 


3,405,438 
1,569,092 


5,525,271 
2,219,297 


1,149,157 


1,203,734 


1 676,502 
617,729 


546,593 
608,929 


441,579 
470,385 


507,386 
572,794 


654,664 
695,941 


462,759 
582,648 


314,147 
490,595 


■ 1,056,266 


1,133,268 


90,422 
1, 100,724 


128,293 
148,395 


131,870 

172,896 


161,238 
200,690 


206,657 
272,093 


163,280 
223,879 


161,008 
20' 1,898 


1,205,022 
701,288 


454,447 
266,645 


20,426 
12,700 


146,236 
92,683 


49,991 
30,990 


84,780 
64,306 


260,947 

234,817 


156,-348 
130,821 


73,513 
40,416 


38.998,923 
29,088,781 


22,885,559 
18,225,525 


14,848,603 
12,512,641 


40,987,127 
34,159,082 


26,874,538 
21,584,176 


48,678,678 
44,504,327 


59,959,663 
57,891,304 


60,431,253 
63,837,787 


49,774,629 
49,896,924 


.5,450 
3,299 


259 
404 


56,575 
9,956 


1,980 
2,239 


48,324 
8,689 


3,266 
1,329 


1,116 
766 


580 
577 


3,296 
662 


52,556,965 
.35,280,-549 


36,520,332 
24,862,145 


26,897,512 
18,784,278 


55,206,832 
41,343,207 


38,050,062 
27,468,150 


63,953,554 
53,080,577 


70,526,894 
63,884,355 


68,090,394 
68,404,421 


62,267,163 
56,712,228 


351,666 
242,100 


550,036 
374,364 


897,365 
570,064 


678,221 
412,913 


359,900 
256,072 


1,021,363 
854,977 


953,388 
888,900 


1,796,318 
1,842,620 


1,872,089 
1,850,219 


145,036 
538,149 


204,464 

756,687 


168,607 
641,233 


132,944 

542,281 


136,839 
544,455 


164,864 
721,552 


119,448 
535,96^ 


247,297 
1,123.861 


126,240 
518,032 


1,288,002 
4,700,651 


1,587,949 
6,131,015 


1,323,039 

5,890,258 


1,532,144 
6,180,754 


1,092,179 
4,095,516 


1,963,457 
8,457,564 


1,738,048 
7,991,517 


3,064,161 
14,860,363 


3,049,052 
13,854,869 


42,397 


02,2.54 


48,712 


46,180 


40,212 


50,437 


70,264 


71,3.32 


26,409 


5,523,297 
53,358 


7,324,320 
54,000 


7,150,267 
1,351,738 


7,182,128 
1,258,718 


4,936,255 
1,180,086 


10,084,530 
1,498,585 


9,486,644 
1,426,145 


17,898,176 
1,761,561 


16,249,529 
1,895,718 


40,8.57,204 


32,240,465 


27,286,283 


49,784,053 


33,-584,491 


64,663,692 


74,797,144 


88,064,158 


74,857,475 



236 



TRADE AXn COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 19 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 







^ 


:UANT1TIE.S 


\Ni) Values 








....... 

carts, 

... S 

/ Tons 

1 S 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1000. 


1901. 


]0((i.' 


Carnages, automobiles, 
wagons, bicycles, &e. 


402,216 


480,288 


361,936 


255,638 


491,300 


527,726 


Coal, coke, &c.: — 
Coal 


1,221,104 
3,560,827 


1,182,732 
3, 156,059 


1,231.618 
3,718,826 


1,743,202 
4,771,441 


1,9.52,4.37 
5,438,903 


l,840,«CKi 
4,934,2e0 


All other 


S 


31,654 


12,981 


23,374 


.36,673 
4,808,114 


200,030 


103,18c> 


Totals 


3,592,481 


3,469,040 


3,742,200 


5,639,833 


5,127,44;> 




... s 


Cordage, roije and twint 


119,169 


152,322 


141,170 


183,409 


175,026 


256,801; 


Cotton and manufacture 


8 of S 

&c.:— 
/ Bbls. 

. i $ 


960,397 


578,077 


464,010 


483,345 


654,541 


1,226,679 


Drugs, dyes, chemicals. 
Extract of hemlock 
bark 


6,125 
97,483 


5,862 
84,289 


6,522 
77,607 


.5,356 
64,405 


4,795 
57,321 


6,050 
72,240 


All other 


$ 


150,497 


490,720 


305,780 


332,587 


694,937 


1 009 691 




... $ 
1 Tons 

"1, s 




Totals 


247,980 


575,009 


383,387 


306,992 


752,258 


1,081,931 


Fertilizers, &c.: — 
Phosphates 


23 

275 


256 
1,090 


861 
9,290 


149 

2,285 


6 
120 


7<i 
1,8«0 


All other 


... s 

$ 

1 Cwt. 


36,584 


46,864 


52,588 


51,410 


37,877 


61,881 


Totals 


36,859 


47,954 


61,878 


53,695 


37,997 


63,701 


Fish :- 

Cod, dry salted 


785,897 
2,883,004 


760,517 
2,700,450 


606,513 
2,737,434 


740,943 
3,041,346 


733,566 
2,763,360 


768,371 
3,199,8(te 


Herrings, pickkd or ( Bbls. 
salted \ $ 


87,568 
242,316 


57,820 
188,712 


5.3,123 
186,873 


55,908 
190,011 


71,215 
259,731 


79,557 
204,024 


Halibut, fi'Psh 


1 Lbs. 


1,988,042 
104,068 


1,104,534 
63,415 


641,163 
39,826 


713,703 
42,796 


710,250 
34,090 


1,352,455 
5.5,580 


Mackerel, fresh 


f Lbs. 


1,255,245 
63,761 


1,488,673 
63,625 


1,457,770 
86,540 


493,482 
26,950 


380,336 
18,134 


1,916,020 
66,4.38 


" pickled . . . 


i Bbls. 


17,785 
193,244 


12,877 
154,075 


13,706 
169,765 


11,974 
156,844 


40,130 
283,157 


4.5,70li 
.•«6,092 


Lobsters, fre,sh . ... 


/ Bbls. 

■ V s 


33,622 
330,793 


38,485 
336,725 


31,864 
367,558 


29,664 
305,493 


40,503 
301,447 


.3.5,573 
3(55,194 


eannefl . . . 


/ Lbs. 


11,340,039 
2,079,679 


11,919,634 
2,291,025 


11,044,785 
2,321,655 


10,471,838 

2,372,859 


11,178,647 
2,283,030 


10,154,587 
2,149,305 


Salmon, fresh 


(■ Lbs. 


2,0.3.3,876 

191,882 


1,556,541 

135,880 


935,801 
93,439 


1,657,603 
142,2.38 


1,560,678 
141,028 


2,100,351 
106,896 


" canned 


( Lbs. 
• I, S 


27,961,895 
2,856,127 


41,648,579 
3,430,805 


25,942,171 
2,407,481 


37,047,280 
2,885,830 


3.5,.343,440 

2,889,482 


40,302,654 
.5,012,738 


Fish, all other fresh . . 


... S 


821,759 


909,391 


882,643 


1,1.33,723 


1,3.31,154 


1,430,605 


All other 


.. . B 

... s 


236,310 


288,942 


315,056 


338,427 


374,617 


440,222 


Totals 


10,002,943 


10,563,045 

■ 


9,608,270 


10,636,517 


10,680,739 


13,567,142 



CANADIAN TRADE 



237 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles of Merchandise Exported from Canada, tfec. — Continued. 



Qdantitjes and Valcks. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



310,6951 444,935; 321,055 



2,005,976 1,667,914' 1,668,761 
.'),515,363! 4,394,765i 4,018,487 

150,2261 275,413 476,285 



5,665,589| 4,670,1781 4,404,772 
165,030J 531,.537 
(>78,940! 871,970 



350,186 
1,198,137 



1906. 



1907 
(9mos.) 



491,576 



1,927,680 
4,790,601 

.^36,526 

5.127,127 



446,529 



1908. 



741, .312 



1,. •543,519 2,002,774 
3, 43.8, 761 i 5,000,477 



238,987 



278,717 



.500,958 
1,363.871 



3,677,748i 5,279,194 



4,815l 
.58,3591 



5,7811 
69,660 



4,796 
57,861 



183,410 1,158,932 
465,975 476,390 



1,201,200 1,347,8311 1,427,495 



l,259,.559i 1,417,491! 1,485,356 



5,045! 
66,169 



3,708 
46,604 



4,183 
52,087 



1,859,197! ■ l,581,076i 2,344,477 



1,925,366 l,627,680j 2,396,564 



1 

2C 

116,474 



116,494 



191 i 
5,3481 



40 
1,253 



177,193 230,224, 239,400 



182,541j 231,4771 239,400; 



200,013 
200,013 



1 

30 

262,613 



1909. 



713,432 



1910. 



1,706,893 
4,650,644 

418,456 



5,069,100 



1,322,122 
441,336 



911,254 



2,008,860 
5,285,866 

222,553 



5,508,419 



806,324 
442,493 



6,599; 
79,437. 



7,967 
97,950 



2,406,907i 2,878,645 



2,486,344 2,976,595 



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 

1,609,5391 
161,711 

23,324,2881 
2,589,838 

1,2.59,581 

546,110 



11,415,626 



629,901 
2,763,084 

89,969 
308,344 

1,665,427! 
72,3251 

1,224,424 
61,981 j 

36,253; 
373,1571 

34,003; 

384,5441 

! 

10.684,109! 
2,519,875! 

1,677,366 
182,071 

15,726,199 
1,772,216 

1,425,449 

412, 5.57 j 

10,27.5,603! 



567,697' 

2,931,418 

I 

104,719j 

360,701; 

1,652,843 
64,383; 

1,540,722' 
91,038; 

20,583 
226,071 

32.886 
376,336 

11, 723, 652' 
2,754,702; 

1,464,232 
151,569 

12,950,049; 
1,679,237 

1,650,-363 

586,922 



10,872,740 



608,606 
.3.501,277 

113,626 
394,808 

686,085 
32,237 

1,783,520 
69,457 

31,420 
262,649 

42,126 
497,.554; 

11,144,402! 
3,010,203 

4,837,346 
492,460 

45,978,458 
4,943,453 

1,795,518 

664,135 



262,643 



895 
15,735 



360,532 371,626 



360,532 387,361 



15,663,751 



554,788 
.3,052,774 

106,418 
454,729 

1,487,164 
61,528 

3,287,121 
143,179 

.55,467 
445,965 

13,445 
163,472 

5,168,155 
1,368,927 

1,701.747 
156,493 

15,352,410 
1,992,011 

1,424,941 

818,179 



10,082,198 



641,077 
3, 69.5, 114 1 

160,543 
430,821 

2,598,117 
108,183 

1,770,346 
83,836 

28,,527 
352,996 

:36,071 

480,6.50; 

9,474,832; 
2,651,513 

2,051,310 
217,382 

22,525,147 

2,897,728; 

1,737,437 
816.011 



689,557! 
3,,317,685| 

334,223 
785,0241 

3,362,220 
137,203 

2,580,281 
165,636 

4C,.507 
3.39,717 

34,385 
463,432 

9,298,457: 
2,755,034 1 

l,871,639j 
208,486 

18,121,401 
2,468,479 

1,454,096 

697,451 



13,471,671 12,792,243 



797,752 
3,645,467 

361,138 
824,745 

1,618,204 
87,304 

2,255,634 
119,919 

27,741^ 
.307,2961 

41,174 
528,3531 

9,692,3291 
2,620,656J 

1,999,360 
190,6,58 

34,656,271; 
4, 368, 044 1 

! 

1,854,042 
755,186 



1911 



1,724,901 



2,472,510 
6,246,050 

271,470 

6,517,520 



870,417 
299,082 



4.094 
49,012 

3,577,455 



3,626,467 



458,467 



458,467 



15,301,671 



782,761 
4,317,425 

190,038 
489,994 

2,597.851 
139,131 

1,420,882 
89,730 

12,289 
166,307 

35,941 
529,377 

9,690,466 
2,762,855 

2,427,240 
215,966 

25,635,988 
3,668,598 

1,906,539 

798,553 



15,084,505 



238 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 

2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 19 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 



Flax, hemu, jute and mfrs. of :— 
I Cwt. 



Flax. 



1 



Cwt. 



Tow { 

Another S 

Totals 8 

Fruits, all kinds : — 

Apples, dried - © * 



Apples, gi-een . . . . 
Berries, all kinds . 



■■( 



Bbls. 



All other.. $ 

Totals S 

Furs and skins and mfrs of— 
Furs and skins, undress- 
ed, the produce of fish 
or other marine animals -S 
Furs and skins, not dress- 
ed S 

All oth-r § 

Totals S 

TT f Tons 

Hay I g 

Hides and skins, other than 
fur_ § 

Leather and mfrs. of S 

Lime S 

Metals and minerals and 
mfrs. of : — 
Copper, all kinds, in-/ Tons 
eluding copper ore. . (. $ 

Gold and silver and mfrs. of — 
Gold bearing quartz, 
dust, nuggets, &c S 

Silver, metallic, con- / Ozs. 
tained in ore I. S 

Totals, gold and silver. -S 

Iron and steel and mfrs. of: — 
Agricultural imple'ts... S 

Castings, N.O.P 8 



Quantities and Values. 



1897. 1898. i 1899. 1900. 1901. 1902 



38,022 
304,652 

18,835 

84,728 

2,898 



392,278 



5,550,003 
179,644 

1,665,139 
2,503,63" 

132,296 

345,609 



3,161,186 



5,7101 
38,735} 

11.28l| 
43.847 



82.582 



12,673 
75,140 

8,536 
50,566 

2,400 



128,106 



2,552,0751 8,167,280 

125, 658 1 429,656 

439,5381 1,077,939 

1,307,059 2,624,470 



79,464 
271,330 



1,783,511 



460,837 

1,599,803 

123,931 



2,184,571 



113,754 
999,238 

1,569,628 

1,-561,987 

56,720 



89,348 
571,932 



3,715,406 



370,679 296,075 

l,512,646j 1,504,481 

41,235| 85,948 



1,924,560 1,886,504 



37,144 
358,614 



64,428 
411,631 



1,121,3761 1,279,892 



5,065 
550,577 



1,630,974 
48,323 



1,695,997 
64,113 



6,963 

864,778 



2,804,101 

4,097,212 
2,613,173 



5,417,274 



3,.588,S42J 3,272,702 

6,784,035 4,417,422 
3,519,786 2,630,281 



28,344 
196,769 

11,749 
79,619 

53,326 



329,714 



4,181,038 
210,892 

956,674 
2,.578,853 

127,740 

466,528 



3,384,013 



537,242 
1,739,625 

94,885 



2,371,752 



175,417 
1,414,119 

1,407,202 

1,889,507 

77,360 



4,236 6,912 
922,979 1,387,388 



14,148,543 

2,283,148 
1,354,055 



7,108,628} 5,902,9831 15,502,598 



32,140 
235,080 

642 
4,484 

989 



240,553 



4,328,069 
191,386 

678,670 
1,483,048 

113,824 

261,165 

2,049,423 



582 

1,629,329 

50,13' 



1,680,048 



252,979 
2,097,902 

2,249,438 

2,453,204 

83,514 



13,178 
2,660,276 



24,445,156 

4,022,019 
2,420,750 



14,64.> 
143,531 

.3,351 
23,9.33 



167,464 



1,088,96(> 
102,353 

516.394 
1,567,322 

84,46S 

226,375 



1,980,.51.S 



538,530 

1,792,859 

42,150 



2,373,539 



434,807 
4,415,324 

1,737,230 

2,319,763 

112,034 



15,196 
2,990,425 



19,684,604 

3,684,727 
2,055,428 



26,865,906 21,740,032 



762,262 1,444,463 1,867,223 1,693,581 
1.30,887' 116,439! 114,4051 170,56;) 



1,749,,565 
100,-579 



1,820,800 
116,51--; 



CAXADIAX TRADE 



239 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles of MerchandiM/ Exported from Canada, kc. — Continued. 



Quantities and Valuks. 



1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


1906. 


1907. 
(9 moH.) 


1908. 

16,853 
163,077 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


19.304 
175,2(58 


27,802 
271,710 


131,548 
410,291 


68,847 
244,629 


6,970^ 
73,006' 


11,889 
120,579 


8,790 
84,085 


11,839 
125,202 


555 
3,943 


1,701 
10,624 


4,389 
26,394 


1,38.'^ 
12,786 


621 
4,983, 


11,494 
9,324 


873 
6,577 


496 
2,333 


3,658 
13,314 


1,142 


1,068 


2,466 


836 


13,717 


4,587 




28,303 


13 








180,3.53 


283,402 


439,151 


258,251 

3,651,400 
212,862 


91,706 


176,988 


127,156 


114,721 


138,529 


7,795,410 
402.412 


6,982,071 
368,749 


6,057,078 
268,657 


3,718,372 
231,-550 


6,940,463 
482,131 


4,974,707 
305,426 


8,187,059 
543,209 


2,844.342 
184,772 


1,000,-565 
2,759,047 


1,598,661 
4,591,169 


1,037,813 
2,629.057 


1,217,605 

4,08.3,770 


978,747 
2,636,802 


1,629.400 
4,823,645 


1,092,090 

2,804,282 


1,604,670 
4,418,-562 


523,788 
1,757,753 


110,504 


122,458 


139,072 


102,868 


122,219 


202,982 


191,260 


171,5R^ 


93,127 


480,004 


512,068 


340,831 


495,197 


419,803 


528,909 


395,579 


475,605 


489,091 


3,751,967 


5,594,444 


3,377,617 


4,894,697 


3,410,374 


6,037,667 


3,696,547 


5,608,942 


2,524,743 


357,006 


450,164 


228,743 


273,730 


162,190 


174,563 


114,372 


72,202 


245,449 


2,398,966 


2,127,398 


2,421,903 


2,458,056 


2,549,382 


2,548,396 


2,504.878 


3,770,038 


4,380,970 


54,696 


84,548 


48,532 


96,496 


155,747 


81,399 


100,572 


81,610 


88,714 


2,810,668 


2,662,110 


2,699,178 


2,828,282 


2,867,319 


2,804,a58 


2,719,822 


3,923,850 


4,715,133 


450,066 
3,-596,557 


219,880 
1,898,068 


151,702 
1,268,506 


206,785 
1,531,719 


112,856 
1,039,512 


63,545 
733,440 


55,924 
646,778 


191,130 

1,808,472 


326,142 

2,724,289 


1,979,524 


2,100,020 


2,882,216 


3,534,889 


2,686,487 


3,676,218 


4,069,431 


5,529,467 


4,662,578 


2,387,907 


2,427,270 


2,380,531 


2,452,154 


1,523,032 


2,200,674 


2,415,717 


1,410,918 


2,047,096 


127,792 


104,044 


■ 75,498 


73,534 


46,662 


53,242 


43,542 


53,987 


40,578 


14,816 
2,907,705 


22,349 
4,504,224 


19,279 

4,857,585 


22,160 
7,155,185 


1 13,086 
5,138,745 


28,472 
7,879,761 


27,163 
6,406,547 


28,769 
6,024,429 


27,503 
5,575,063 


16,490,820 


18,817,787 


15,309,419 


13,004,-543 


7,240,171 


8,929,-595 


7,392,610 


6,110,473 


5,364,273 


3,246,776 
1,804,592 


3,202,506 
1,869,113 


3,612,543 
2,103,724 


7,269.533 
4,315,457 


8,837,965 
- 5,522,216 


16,566,247 
10,757,899 


23,577,112 
13,284,119 


29,967,599 
15,009,937 


33,731,010 
17,269, 16S 


18,295,412 


20,686,900 


17,413,143 


17,320,000 


12,762,387 


19,687.494 


20,676,729 


21,120,410 


22,633,441 


2,299,292 


2,-581,069 


2,342,826 


2,499,104 


2,497,882 


3,368,808 


3,625,178 


4,330,194 


5,921,818 


186,215 


91,-525 


81,492 


61,347 


29,574 


35,157 


30,561 


38 925 


56,771 



240 



TRADE AyO COMMERCE— PART I 

2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
Xo. 19 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 



Metals anil minerals and j 

mfrs. of — Con. 
1 1 on and steel and mfrs. of — Coti 
Hardware 8 



Machines and niach'rv •? 
Ores, iron 



r Tons 



,,. . I Tons 

I ig iron 'I ^ 

Scrap iron or steel. . -'. ^ 

Steel and mfrs. of -S 

All other -S 

Totals, iron and steel S 



Le^id t>re and pig lead. 



Lbs. 

S 



Tin and mfrs. of 

Miscellaneous metals and 
minerals and mfrs. of: 



Asbestos . 
Mica 



Nickel, tine . . 

All otlier 

Totals, misc. metals, &c 

Totals, metals, &c 

Musical instruments :-- 



Tons 



!' Lbs. 
i. § 

I Lbs. 



1897. 



Quantities and Values. 



1898. 



1899. 



123,246 

228,312 

i 
1,3201 
2,492j 

2,865i 
<«,112 



5,042 
48,539 
28,303 



1,397,195 



180,774 

339,473 

260 
402 

2.435 
6i;575 



22,526 
58,880 
28,650 



2,253,182 



30,123,5041 43,957,021 
524,181 1,008,147 



32,339 



10,969 
510,917 

479,016 
61,998 

r,527,472 
498,515 

140,814 



47,287 



1,212,244 



9,133,810 



Organs 

All other... 
Totals 

Oils, all kinds. 



No. 5,798 

8 343 800 

•S ; 63,524 



407,324 



Oilcake [ ^y- : 

Paper (wall pajjer only prior to 
1903) '. ,...\ 

Provisions : — 
Butter { ^^^• 



140,224 

137,576 
195,039 

8,157 



18.438 
510,708 

511,336 

69,572 

14,960,996 
970,531 

413,814 



1,964,625 



13,246,647 



5,595 
312,928 

57,038 



369,961 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



158,834 

437,761 

1,849 
4,968 

2,194 
50,840 

39,016 
40,881 

119,097 

23,150 



2,817,159 



325,164 

686,094 

4,327 
7,689 

6,598 
149. 156 j 

272,670 
274,5991 

134,042' 

21,614 



124,455 

678,304 

59,501 
153,957 

6,260 
131,131 

162,217 
140,603 

1W,426 

25,517 



3,462,508 3,717,537 



34,058,294: 20,165,3011 65,602,338 
895,769] 688,69l| 2,517,084 



27,823! 



71,244 



14,520i 
453,176 

l,r86,185! 

148,239 

i 

14,428,063; 

994,537. 



.59,1.51 



18,164 
490,909j 

1,079,353 
136,352 1 

13,493,239; 
1,040,498; 



96,988 

584,369 

525,983 
l,303,i)01 

113,438 

1 119,287 

226,317 
231,170 

729,729 

24,697 



6,027,454 



30,615,140 
889,369 

98,247 



26,895 
868,873 

979,258] 
149,588 

9,537,558 
958,365 



256,0901 370,671' 661,305 



1,852,042 



12,418,755 



2,038,430! 2,638,131 



23,150,859 



38.458.085 



33,072 
1.131,202 

997,165 
242,310 

3,883,264 
834,513 

843,368 

3,051,393 

34,796,920 



7,621: 

401, 334 j 
69,629 



8,104 
440. 147 i 

77,382] 



8,144, 
458,506; 

97,014 



470,963! 517,529 555,520 



12,555,577 
2.253,481 



79,290 

162,150 
198,875 

14,626 



14,355,405 
2,52.3,664 



63,643j 

104,916] 

143,861! 

! 

27,586 



64,241] 

211,399' 
224, 162 i 



74,250 

176,712 
183,347 



31,271; 41,518 



7,688 
394,689 

84,164 

478,853 

170,395 

185,229 
205,793 

26,769 



22,107,756 26,980,607: 16,656,279! 27,889,lKt7 
4,025,405^ 5,429,563' 3,355,1971 5,667,150 



CANADIAN TRADE 



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Articles of Merchandise Exported from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Quantities and Values. 



1903. [ 


1904. 


1905. 


1906. 


1907. ■ 1908. 1909. j 


1910. [ 


1911. 




i 






(9 mos. ) : j 


i 






\ 
1 

82,751 

1 


i 
118,838 


221,994 

1 


243,353 


1 
i 

147,762 


■ 
204,853j 


137,281 


126, .307 


191,92<t 


737,019 


812,688 


939, 487 j 


1,077,352 


805,086 


1,228,406 


1,074,640 


1,364,915 


1,437,3.54 


293,510 
7.^3,2301 


233,850 
579,883 


224,908 
.540,909 


148,760 
348.380 


34,191 
65,.367 


26,310 
46,686 


3,933 
71,663! 


31,535 
80,540 


104,897 
.304,919 


20,204' 
264,132i 


16,474 
160,227 


5,707 
66,078 


697 

17,858 


157 
3,710 


526 
17,514 


1,021| 
40,726! 


6,346 
228,183 


8,982 
298,472 


181,5271 
133,661 


238,365 
149,738 


260,126 
178,899 


607,659 
355,878 


184,537 
182,174 


462,837 
355,151 


138,329{ 
116,095 


715,150 
572,654 


219,598 
180,7-38 


2,399,852 


1,285,312 


602,546 


626,733 


492,798 


887,690 


1,711,240 


1,163,.585 


1,-391,120 


12,997 


68,799 


65,415 


33,178 


18,226 


47,218 72,849| 


43,883 


43,261 


6,849,149 


5,848,079 


5,039,646 


5,263,183 


4,242,579 


6,191,4831 6,880,236 

i 


7,949,186 


9,826,382 


16,277,956 
384,077 


16,195,618 
.347,740 


51,989,401 
1,187,132 


19,531,240 
678,041 


18,520,855 
639,548 


27,896,315 12,035,7181 
1,088,163 380,521; 


18,503,608 
531,894 


3,198,523 
100,947 


90,953 


76,796 


51,294 


31,458 


25,671 


670,024 40,891! 


87,430 


52,155 


30,661 
.955,405 


34,636 

984,836 


41,127 
1,311,535 


57,075 
1,578,137 


41,008 
1,206,776 


59,051 59,732 
1,730,755' 1,758,0571 


64,038 
1.886,613 


69,829 
2,076,477 


1,393,820 
.327,894 


865,367 
213,668 


1,018,662 
170,477 


1,363,827 
346,265 


' 1,-396,203 
490,298 


910,702 
338,136 


535,905 
209,412 


875,551 
299,107 


815,731 
309,546 


9,032,-554 
878,159 


14,232,012 
1,237,485 


11,970,557 
1,185,056 


23,959,841 
2,166,936 


16,217,585 
1,587,476 


18,955,040 
2,219,265 


19,609,089 
1,912,698 


30,615,886 
3,320,0.54 


34,767,523 
3,842,;^2 


1,087,153 


927,254 


1,752,068 


1,350,.348 


1,524,376 


2,117,835 1,480,636| 


2,615,111 


2,305,052 


3,248,611 


3,363,243 


4,419,136 


5,441,686 


; 4,808,926 

1 


6,405,991 


5,360,803 


8,120,885 


8,533,407 


31,775,907 


34,826,982 


32,967,936 


35,889,553 


27,617,856 


41,922,916 


39,745,727; 


43,834,234 


46,721,395 


6,299 
349,684 


5,017 
279,561 


4,256 
233,553 


3,822 
210,279 


3,484 
201,784 


3,848 3,047 
214,402 159,452 

1 


2,773 
156,645 


2,514 
! 166,712 


84,337 


87,589 


73,376 


90,793 


49,610 


81,037 


86,756 


76,793 


76,904 


434,021 


367,150 


306,929 


301,0f2 


251,394 


295,439 


246,208 


233,438 


243,616 


115,926 


114,410 


110,478 


226, 36 J 


201,618 


410,642 


605,390 


540,458 


782,242 


257,411 
289,945 


258,952 
286,254 


90,316 
101,641 


: 234,21^ 
289,591 


287,477 
! 333,225 


465,122 
622,091 


394,978 
569,995 


468,013 
627,710 


375,440 
540,119 


893,607 


1,147,074 


1,811,250 


2,027,62( 


>| 1,684,007 


3,554,437 


3,523,816 


3,185,32-1 


3,953,283 


34,146,917 
6,958,906 


24,614,642 
4,735,653 


31,934,506 
5,972,366 


34,081,14f 
7,086,01? 


! 

ii 18,630,476 
»' 4,116,228 


4,858,276 
1.087,242 


6,560,731; 

1,575,877 


4,656,12C 
1,020,898 


3,201,618 
1 759,442 



10—16 



242 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v.. A. 1912 
Xo. lU — 8TATE-\iE.\r of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Quantities and Values. 



Principal Akticles. 



Provisions — Con. 
Cheese . . . . 



Eggs . 
Meats 



Bacon and hams . . . . - 



Beef. 
Pork. 



Meats, canned . 



All other provisions 

Totals, provisions. 

Seeds and bulbous roots : — 
Clover and grass seed. . \ 



VIax seed . 



All other. . . 
Totals 



Ships I 

Spirits and wines : — 



Whiskey 

All other 

Totals. 



Stone and manufactures of 
Gravel and sand \ 



Gypsum, crude. . . 

All other 

Totals..' ... 
Sugar, molasses, &c. 



Tea 

Tobacco and mfrs. of. 





1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


Lbs. 

S 


171,402,193 
15,262,750 


208,094,410 
18,486,168 


i 

198,112,385 
17,401,436 


192,573,261 
20,483,981 


200,385,432 
21,123,251 


202,873,739 
19,870,072 


Doz. 

S 


7,476,636 
978,479 


10,369,996 
1,255,304 


9,652,512 
1,267,063 


10,187,966 
1,457 942 


11,363,914 
1,692,296 


11,639,75.5 
1,736,141 


Lbs. 


69,129,768 
5,843,800 


85,407,043 
8,046,36^ 


116,662,437 
10,417,771 


135,036,495 
12,758,525 


105,531,967 
11,783,264 


107,987.881 
12,404,9fH) 


Lbs. 

S 


1,871,120 
80,416 


1,086,985 
61,699 


506,360 
31,443 


3,037,780 
228,983 


9,8.59,786 
820,337 


4,470,894 
421,473 


Lbs. 

S 


1,391,898 
52 222 


2,220,820 
80,760 


2,479,391 
73.257 


1,461,650 
63,263 


879,422 
59,944 


7S0,81.> 
68,896 


Lbs. 


6,019,291 
330,124 


2,424,364 
225,089 


1,236,761 
104,718 


2,892,412 
312,290 


3,754,009 
423,045 


8,650,930 
882,191 


s 


430,923 


466,574 


265,860 


296,966 


629,115 


412,575 


s 


25,232,195 


31,14.5,625 


33,586,953 


41,031,513 


39,886,449 


41,463,488 


Bush. 

S 


95,518 
412,450 


121,940 
445,529 


203,906 

747,998 


110,919 
360,628 


135,693 
595,834 


303,119 
1,304,048 


Bush. 

S 


147,164 
125,392 


94,602 
80,568 


825,774 
826,843 


747,361 
1,039,689 


168,743 
257,377 


676,201 
1,013,967 


s 


14,486 


5,679 


10,718 


6,643 


13,248 


19,778 


s 


552,328 


531,776 


1,585,559 


1,406,960 


866,459 


2,337,793 


No. 


30 


39 


15 


29 


5 


13 


s 


105,164 


191,069 


127,181 


205,618 


66,468 


177,333 


GaUs. 


155.902 
444,756 


100,010 
268,675 


123,687 
343,786 


147,956 
402,473 


161,729 
440,688 


163,833 
462,217 


S 


31,214 


20,722 


16,051 


16,958 


68,041 


98,264 


s 


475,970 


289,397 


359,837 


419,431 


508,729 


560,481 


Tons 

S 


188,558 
75,136 


165,643 
80,952 


179,134 
93,492 


251,260 
102.151 


197,065 
108,509 


169,734 
119,421 


Tons 


180,540 
183,376 


180,350 
193,515 


163,719 
166,222 


233.395 
236; 065 


172,220 
185,417 


268,480 
273,335 


8 


89,035 


95,391 


102,645 


155,771 


209,120 


209,196 


.§ 


347,547 


369,858 


362,359 


493,987 


503,046 


601,9.52 


S 


J 77.746 


144,213 


144.557 


120,171 


154,597 


129,207 


Lbs. 

S 


3,462,975 
426,897 


1,695,172 
277,388 


1,226,519 
195,125 


1,581,751 
266,866| 


1,425,616 
258,137 


1,532,710 
28u,3.51 


1 


489,215 


197,475 


177,167 


158,460 


413,743 


198,60»> 



CANADIAN TRADE 



243 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles of Merchandi^^e Exported from Canada, «fce. — Continued. 

QuAXTrriEs and Values. 



1903. 1904. 


1905. 


1906. 


1907. 
(9 mo.*) 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 1911. 

i 


i 
229,737,916 234,432,783 


215,929,753 


215,916,157 


178,337,700 


189,987,365 


165,004,549 


181,075,367 182,147,072 


24,776,406 


24,224,470 


20,318,673 


24,441,661 


22,028,281 


22,921,780 


20,398,482 


21,647,006 


20,781, .515 


7,415,148 


5,799,221 


3,655,651 


2,937,777 


2,596,332 


1,375,830 


558,132 


164,835 


100,587 


1,441,254 


1,062,123 


727,188 


.502,03;^ 


657,972 


305,711 


126,213 


44,111 


27,054 


141,997,251 


128,007,353 


119,984,124 104,292,217 


77,221,513 


95,195,294 


75,475,231 


48,841,854 


59,879,996 


15,912.194 


13,037,519 


12,558,075 


12,236,897 


9,223,983 


11,165,194 


8,838,098 


6,849,140 


8,527.684 


2,568,716 


3,219,165 


1,850,080 


3,362,763 


1,790,637 


2,727,474 


1,967,403 


1,010,3.57 


1,263,.558 


218,314 


268,606 


121,438 


225,781 


116,679 


171,988 


152,975 


128,579 


112,445 


1,461,492 


4,506,412 


2,531,032 


1,034,620 


636,557 


1,048,054 


772,431 


750,068 


551,148 


134,818 


461,055 


208,140 


75,337 


59,978 


85,529 


66,097 


62,474 


59,820 


5,786,757 


23,532,623 


38,417,494 


13,674,678 


3,378,925 


1,311,034 


1,654,780 


1,705,824 


424,150 


619,911 


2,350,316 


3,546,050 


1,369,261 


413,112 


152,327 


19.5,917 


195,832 


57,051 


507,639 


332,390 


372,730 


321,146 


243,116 


977,478 


811,548 


948,827 


308,1,57 


i50,569,442 


46,472,132 


43,824,660 


46,258,138 


36,759,349 


36,867,249 


32,165,207 


30,896,867 


30,633,168 


184,807 


332,377 


178,290 


255,.310 


141,364 


208,322 


113,463 


181,647 


289,78-5 


957,307 


1,415,022 


587,426 


1,452,670 


505,640 


944,979 


577,112 


923,056 


1,870,322 


412,196 


116,981 


314 


830,670 


2,908,494 


1,42.3,364 


1,034,747 


1,997,648 


2,696,119 


581,667 


128,377 


479 


955,699 


3,-592,981 


1 773,432 


1,284,780 


3,642,476 


6,144,622 


4,857 


13,646 


13,740 


25,465 


48,933 


19,133 


29,204 


38,851 


46,071 


1,543,831 


1,557,046 


601,645 


2,433,834 


4,147,554 


2,737,544 


1,891,096 


4,604,383 


8,061,615 


13 


11 


10 


8 


13 


4 


41 


20 


K) 


167,507 


51,565 


78,888 


62,670 


67,960 


24,800 


234,642 


109,570 


187,871 


169,345 


188,420 


240.881 


296,877 


311,763 


408,794 


326,110 


335,669 


320,777 


.525,603 


597,739 


650,725 


972,421 


1,001,420 


1,357,265 


1,020,796 


1,032,408 


1,005,776 


108,066 


122,275 


13.3,209 


172,234 


80,175 


144,419 


173,561 


186,415 


238,661 


633,669 


720,014 


783,934 


1,144,655 


1,081,595 


1,501,684 


1,194,357 


1,218,823 


1,244,437 


255,596 


324,911 


386,151 


346,278 


213,441 


306,222 


310,126 


543,967 


583,052 


128,577 


112,173 


141,614 


168,046 


76,705 


132,574 


162,667 


284,438 


401,658 


299,633 


272,653 


320,213 


404,854 


275,391 


375,121 


263,606 


335,916 


359,271 


307,398 


299,272 


334,769 


446,789 


315,525 


428,728 


304,230 


396,495 


427,903 


168,432 


100,891 


102,146 


73,101 


104,893 


114,179 


100,782 


107,878 


113,.5.55 


604,407 


512,336 


578,529 


687,936 


497,123 


675,481 


567,679 


788,811 


943,11(> 


230,488 


183,741 


18.3,886 


210,184 


214,786 


268,664 


172,833 


22.5,922 206, 65S 


1,859,820 


1,883,440 


1,921,841 


2,387,358 


1,859,974 


2,729,441 


3,927,490 


3,294,756 2,809,538 


390,300 


413,367 


442,962 


562,059 


430,201 


586,919 


904,138 


741,970! 674,291 


326,782 


644,605 


487,046 


31.0,739 


186,735 


248,753 


244,638 


252,733 


227,455 


10 


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TRADE AXD COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 
No. 19 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



PiiiNCiPAL Articles. 



Vegetables, viz. : 
Potatoes . . 



f Bush . 



All other S 

Totals S 

Wood and manufactures of :— 
Wood, unnianufactured : — 

Firewood {^%^^ 

Hop, hooj), telegraph 

and other jxjles S^ 

Logs :— 

Elm {^^f- 

Pine {^gf*- 



Spruce , 



fM. ft.; 

\ S 1 



Other {^^/*-l 

Lumber : — 1 

T-. , fSt.hdsl 

Deals, pine i ^ 

A 1.U fSt.hds 
.. spruce and other -^ ^ I 



II ends . 



'St.hds! 

L S I 



Laths, palings and/ M. i 
pickets "I S i 



Planks and boards, 



■{ 



M. ft. 



Joists and scant- / M f t . 
ling \ S 



r M. 



Shingles. . 

Shocks S 

Staves and headings. $ 
Other lumber, N.E.S. S 

Sleepers and railroad / Pes . 

ties I, •?! 



Timber, square ; 
Birch 



Elm. 



( Tons 

"I, S 

f Tons 



Quantities and Values. 



1897. 1898. 1899. 1900. 1901 



770,3961 
246,140 



1,450,078 
633,927 



651,3351 
315,5271 



378,736 



740,842 



96,218 
173,921 

61,232 

ll,987i 

77,978! 

218,100] 
1,832,352 

19.693 
107,073 

12.862 
108,699 



68,1.57 
3,313,357 

262,946 
7,094,485 

19,628 
637,193 

433,234 

515,276 

1,074,537 
10,832,185 

49,996 
437, 974 j 

68.3.6801 
1,201,562 

80,6361 

699,431 

385,383 

1 32.5.9.38J 
229,780; 



24,250: 
194,O80j 

12,1071 
170,689' 



79,972 
140,897; 

36,126 

8,483 
53,784 

186,049^ 
1,616,671 

5,526' 

33,8851 

I 

10,583 

95,977 



78,786 
3,885,448 

292,743 
7,918,366 

22,224 
641,068 

339,605 
376,281 

515,277^ 
5,625,3911 

31,584 
246,273; 

56.5,839 
994,438 

120,555 

401,583 

315,434 

701,810 
101,191 



16,205 
143,6231 

16,0091 

222.5291 



468,124 



70,741 
123,711 

55,182 

6,40i; 
44,687 

161,927 
1,398,454 

8,143 
49,763 

8,760 
76,792 



92,373 
4,193,628; 

295, 355 1 

7,848,4371 

I 

20,830 

770,458 

332,998 
432,323 

649, 299 j 
6,885,762 

29,118 
234,968 

564,017 
976,361 

225,160 

527,131 

406,366 

529,068 
84,305' 



26,1611 
204,186 

15,327i 
221,663 



680,527 
330,309 



132,596; 106,915, 152.597| 176,207 



891,154 
366,410 

197,9551 



1902. 



1,333,554 

689,860 

315,191 



.506,516; 564,365 



67,203 
117,751 

48,872 

10,127 
74,721 

50,365 
494,311 

9,711 
63,078 

18,223, 
128,526; 



71,890 
3,286,598 

307,6371 
8,287,960 

19,766 
564,869! 

I 

355,705' 
532,106j 

842,72]! 
9,618,526 

26,402 
235,664, 

609,209 
1,131,506: 

251,357 

549,816 

600,942 

I 

1,297,003' 

221,5K)6 



24,&57 
229,554 

13,694' 
205 131 



44,251 
90,905 



1,005,051 



26,818 
193,749 

31,381 
285,798 

32,362 
235,826 

47,229 
340,238 



70,992 

2,857,8221 

338,593 
8,174,3041 

26,108| 
681,3841 

326,725 
605,693 

737,187 
9,400, 469| 

42.075! 
389,253 

623,4191 
1,146,150 

376,3981 

440,083 

897,617 

839,275; 
152,940; 



25,538i 
223, 380 j 

15,6881 
273, .579 



43,873 
91,507 



68,720 103,981 



6,978 
54,245 

15,242 
175,684 

8,275 
63,555 

45,262 
272,356 



66,247 
3,167,383 

242,636 
7,451,148 

1.5,273 
472,015 

480,972 
840,714 

934,197 
12,570,849 

38,167 
367,965 

781,160 
1,525,386 

370,405 

301,047 

455,410 

868,800 
182.198 



10,817 
107,861 

13,119 
248.296 



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Articles of Merchandise Exported from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Quantities am> Values. 



1903. 


i 1904. 


1905. 


190(5. 


1907- 
(9 mos. ) 


1908. 


1 

1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


662,634 
389,095 


1 

1 2,110,651 
1 1,179,481 

1 


746,357 
409,86!: 


1,266,896 
660, 96C 


1 

1 

i 
528,280! 724,826 
379,155] 517,576 


1 

1 1,564,194 1,928,604 

! 920,979j 1,138,352 


1,040,767 
640,829 


175,594 


243,12r 


> 241,942 


269,484 


211,124 297,523 


308,706 


411,742 


48-5,872 


564,689 


1 1,422,606 

1 


651,81C 


930,444 


590, 27S 


815,098 


1,229,685 


1,-550,094 


1,126,701 


48,858 
115,769 


30,586 
71,961 


34,767 
84,949 


31,452 
69,122 


18,264 
49,432 


■ 29,208 
83,831 


29,689 
78,281 


18,555 19,472 
47,016 46,4-56 


57,910 


35,529 


46,470 


101,344 


85,855 


117,406 


44,1.53 


56,177 


78,551 


1,731 
15,517 


1,766 
16,519 


1,964 
:^0,35o 


1,448 
18,958 


168 
2,793 


1,469 
18,967 


1,046 

15,288 


1,468 
21,049 


1,684 
23,983- 


11,705 
139,406 


1,960 
30,306 


2,4.55 
38,869 


1,782 
25,549 


241 
2,505 


231 
2,894 


4,431 
20,981 


1,398 
20,219 


4,726 
26,610 


7,142 
59.781 


6,124 
69,110 


5,025 
48,000 


11,760 
102,823 


11,737 
146,42: 


; 9,820 
101,231 


11,048 

109,784 


12,047 
123,463 


13,760 
1-52,327 


31,262 
219,854 


45,439 
303,698 


59,948 
372,962 


57,876 
409,938 


34,333 
308,830 


59,803 
576,046 


94,524 

782,372 


98,359 
837,034 


104,346 
990,331 


87,341 
3,653,917 


56,267 
2,984,344 


40,463 
2,076,922 


39,011 
2,-353,927 


25,275 
1,624,518 


25,274 
1,677,159 


26,725 
1,694,277 


25,385 
1,653,437 


24,232 
1,564,518 


251,806 
8,315,454 


222,842 
7,920,444 


207,605 
6,898,769 


188,775 
6,554,612 


176,411 
6,876,171 


177,087 
6,670,673 


138,869 
5,.321,790 


158,789 
6,461,280 


1.58,535 
6,9:^9,010 


17,208 
551,769 


11,273 
407,089 


11,673 
392,527 


10,173 
375,361 


8,377 
295,539 


8,532 
318,509 


7,976 
307.241 


9,147 
367,154 


8,291 
.344,211 


483,632 
1,041,129 


362,434 
835,939 


517,881 
1,213,432 


669,007 
1,743,401 


579,258 
1,559,315 


620,416 
1,740,486 


738,194 
1,806,129 


809,148 
2,107,167 


739,402 
1,971,260 


954,337 
14,008,846 


824,696 
12,715,672 


922,923 
13,851,669 


1,123,906 
17,966,-399 


881,387 
15,335,336 


1,090,776 
21,092,297 


1,003,786 
19,178,091 


1,255,297 
23,253,219 


1,129,299 
21,535,086 


44,398 
451,194 


49.744 

524,838 


118,812 
868,641 


90,807 
1,046,388 


62,969 
761,193 


85,112 
1,040,465 


67,732 
814,303 


99,106 
1,295,389 


88,902 
1,202,832 


798,277: 
1,610 143 


834,039 
1,711,238 


799,222 
1,620,567 


941,477 
1,908,486 


636,372 
1,340,854 


1,090,600 
2,547,985 


1,093,812 
2,581,755 


938,612 
2,331,443 


735,557 
1,68.5,761 


440, 172 j 


343,686 


442,518 


367,778 


285,020 


208,960 


116,967 


240,931 


290,062 


284,4121 


207,505 


145,690 


111,856 


154,702 


216,172 


90,352 


94,479 


106,258 


626,267 


434,312 


438,618 


511,531 


485,999 


392,582 


484,350 


690,682 


527,420 


970,332^ 

210,948' 

i 


811,308 
189,054 


739,777 
181, .301 


1,261,2.52 
328,383 


1,169,012 
382,372 


2,134,622 
657,521 


886,4.32 
295,-551 


1,894,475 
422,214 


1,051,272 
357,261 


19,663 
204,690, 


10,991 
109,275 


14,661 
162,244 


22,593 
260,920 


7,9.38 
86,931 


10,339 
127,085 


11,118 
119,104 


ll,324j 

134,3581 

i 


9,185 
117,00& 


14,045i 
305,090! 


11,169 

248,454 


9,115 
249,661 


9,102 
253.245 


9,543 
269,342 


7,9171 
213,2681 


4,822 
140,200 


4,158! 
117,715; 


7,497 
222,174 



246 



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2 GEORGE v.. A. 1912 
No. 19. — Statement of the (Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Prikcipal Articles. 



Wood and manufactures of -.— Con 
Wood, unmanufactured — Con. 
Timber, square — Con, 

Oak {Ton^ 

Vine, red {^''f 



Quantities and Vai.les. 



1897 



1898. 



1899. 



31,313 
540,288, 

4,932' 
52,439; 



33,841 
r40,502 

5,834 
62,011 



k'hite 



Other 



( Tons 
\ S 

(Tons 
\ 8 



92,503| 101,533 
1,352,6691 1,764,074 



Wood for [>uli> 

All other wood, un- 
manufacturetl 

Totals, wood immauii- 
factured 

Wood, manufactured : — 
Household furniture. . . 

Doors, sashes and blinds 

Matches & match splints 

Wood pulp.. 

All other wood m'i'd. . . 

Totals, wood nianufac'td. 

Totals, wood and manu- 
factures of 



5,894, 
i-3,948| 

I 

711, 152 j 

I 

443,5461 



4,7451 
76,343i 

912,041 
420,9221 



25.640 
557,592 

5,259 
61,061 

97,693 
1,356,654 

5,389i 
80,584 



1900. 



19,153 

405,608 

5,600 
65,601 

76,549 
1,254,457 

15,631 
101,694 



842,086' 902,772 



1901. 



1902. 



15,787 
317,286 

8,933 
143,530 

50,645 
916,452 

17,407 
247,747 

1,397,019 



8 ; 31,337,328| 26,945,413 



346,178 



28,003,498 



^ I 
8 i 



127,752j 248,317 

285, 161 1 324,610 

151,276| 195,779 

741,959! 1,210,923 

402,853 438,045 



•S 1,709,001 2,417,674 



356,490 
378,206 
257,981 
1,274,376 
610,079 



2,877,132 



442,508 299,344! 



15,379 
356,913 

2,281 
30,922 

47,686 
923,795 

7,328 
103,818 

1,315,038 



444,624 



29,815,834 



382,623 
299,359 
103,961 



30,155,686 31,997,115 



241,826j 285,276 

194,168! 303,687 

89,130 51,704 



1,816,016 1,938,246 2,01(!,406 



580,378 



3,182,337 



542,301 



5.50,015 



3,005,6711 3,237,088 



Wool and manufactures of • 
Wool, raw .... 

Woollens 

Totals 
Coin and bullion . . 



I Lbs. 

\ $ 

8 



Total value of pi'nicij)al and 
other articles 

Aggregate trade — 
fmix)rts 



ExfKjrts 



Grand totals 



33,046,329! 29,363,087 30,880,630 


32,998,171 


33,161,357 


35,234,203 


7,857,657' 1,172,034 91,991 
1,444,445 201,4811 14,601 

76,166i 41,656 37,255 


2,213,863 
420,776 

61,790 


1,152,681 
197,581 

76,556 


1,973,772 
302,245 

81.489 


1,520,611! 243,137 51,856 


482,566 


274,137 


383,734 


3,492,550l 4,623,138' 4,016,025 


8,657,168 


1,978,489 


1,069,422 


137,950,2:53^ 164,152,683 158,896,905 


191,894,723 


196,487,632 


211,640,286 


119,218,609 140,323,053 102,764,308 

i ! 

137,9.j0,253! 164,152,683 158,896,905 


189,622,513 
191,894,723 


190,415,525 

196,487,632 


212,270,158 
211,640,286 


257.16«,Sii2 304,475,736 321,601,213 


381,517,236 


386,903,157 


423,910,444 



CAN AD I Ay TRADE 



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Articles of Merchaudise Exported from Canada, &c. — Conduded. 



Quantities and Values. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. i 1906. 



17,095 
434,141 

10,857 
219,991| 

58,632, 

l,310,557i 

I 

6,092! 

98,764 

1,558,560| 

i 
I 

379,502; 



14,476 
376,395 

1,854 
34,510 

55,;500 
1,538,485 

5,923 
75,900 



6,298 
147,962 

835 
13,410 

38,680 
995,870 

4,482 
58,423 



1907. : 1908. i 1909. 
(9 mos.) i 



13,547 

296,881! 

6651 
S,-533i 

42,606 
983,038 

3,518! 
.54,214! 



11,265; 
246,256; 

4,622! 
97,927! 

33, 624 ' 
858,150: 

1,413 
17,422 



15,2811 
401,8001 

309 
6,097! 

33,018i 
998, 298 j 

i 

4,632! 
84,153 



1910. 1911 



1,788,049 2,600,814] 2,649,106 1,999,264| 4,656,721 



294,6081 29J,037i 368,106 250.842 459,692 



:56,313,783 33,266,920 33,263,680; 38,869,899; 33,522,975 



378,093 
331,976 
112,048 
3,150,943 
581,173 



4,554,233 



40,868,016 



2, .527, 4.50 
382,935 

64,222 



447,157 



619,963 



346,9991 

187,70o! 
192,621 



312,146 
128,770; 
151,972* 



2,409,074! 3,399,655 
562,950| 521,445 



289,241 
164,227 
109,145 
3,478,150 
635,448 



144,320 
80,114 
38,770 



44,416,298 



180,802 

129,924 

83,407 



7,280; 
212,817' 

1,525: 
45,830! 

21,872- 
689,529: 

23,575 
178,744: 



3,938: 
108,839: 

4,4601 
1.36,952j 

18,02oi 
562,258 

3,2.53 
38,972 



8,699 
214,075 

3 
33 

19,055 
598,774 

1,466 

18,038 



4,356,391 6,076,628 6,092,715 



316,759; 400,446 397,116 



39,801,099 47,598,521 45,502,477 



2,984,945 4,037,852 
417,034 659,245 



3,699,344; 4,513,9881 4,676,211| 3,665,183: 5,091,230 



36,966,264 37,777,668 43,546,110; 37,188,158; 49,507,528 



1,836,566 2,004,559 1,505,384 
315,237 425,939 368,679 



70,5351 



r5,515 



85,180 



1,290,130^ 1,956,987 
346,230 473,306 

47,799i 89,368 



295,241. 
65,795; 
55,837i 



265,260 20:!,903 

29,244 20,593 

i 

122,900^ 85,695 



4,306,929 5,204,597! 5,715,532 

431,428; 549,092 678,816 

5,155,230! 6,171,093' 6,764,539 



44,956,329! 53,769,614! 52,267,016 



1,137,099! 2,395,360 1,198,684 
210,614: 553,084 2.58,194 



385,7421 501,451 453,8.59 



394,029 



562,674 



2,46.5,557 1,844,811; 9,928,828^ 13,189,964, 16,637,654 



225,849.724! 213,.52I,235 



241,214,961 259.211,803 
■225,849,724; 213,.521,2.35 



4f)7,064,685 472,733,0.38 



203,316, 72 



266,834,417 
203,316,872 



470,151,289 



256,586,630 



294,286,015 



205,277,197 



230,006,606 



259,786,007 370,786,525 



256,586,630; 205,277,197 280,006,606 



550,872,645; 465,063,204 650,793,131 



92,644 



303,258 



1,589,793 



261,512,159 



309,756,608 
261,512,159 



85,497j 89,974 



63S,581 



2,594,536 



301,358,529 



391,852,692 
301,358,-529 



.571,268,7671693,211,221 



348,168 



7,196,1.55 



297,196,365 



472,247,540 
297,196,365 



769,443,905 



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6,000 
50 


:::::;::;:::i 




Korea 


; 




Mexico 


150 
18 

} 2,370,579 




2,600 


80 


Porto Rico 




United States 






/ 1,880,060 
\ 5,390 


Alaska 


2,582,001 1,796,992 | 2,307,125 


Other Foreign Countries 






1 


Totals, Foreign Countries 


2,544,607 


2,612,027 1,816,541 2,331,909 1,908,021 


Totals 


13,167,631 


11,659,202 j 12,254,287 

1 


12,631,895 : 10,124,265 




Ashes, including pot and pearl ashes: — 
To United Kingdom 


18,102 


23,178 


29,663 


24,511 


30,229 
324 


Australia 


Newfoundland 


1 ;: 




340 


36 


Other British Empire 
















Totals, British Empire 


18,102 


23,178 


29,663 


24,851 30,589 


Belgium 




821 
2,880 


568 


553 597 


Chinese Empire 


4,410 


1 


Cuba 




50 




32 
1,539 

42 




France 


1,738 

25 
1 45,224 


1,930 
78 


1,810 

85 


2,208 

4 

r fii T>± 


French Possessions: 

St. Pierre and Miquelon 

United States 


AJaska 


59,136 W,Ub 


62,718 { "'..-- 

I 


Other Foreign Countries 






1 




Totals, Foreign Countries 


51,397 ' 


64,895 


62,588 


64,884 64,533 


Totals.... 


69,499 


88,073 


92,251 


89,735 95,122 




Bones: — 
To United Kingdon 




900 


2,015 




300 


Other British Empire 














' 


Totals, British Empire 




900 


2,015 






300 









-342 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

No. 21 — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported from Canada during each Fiscal Year, 1907 to 1911. — Con. 



Principal Articles 

AND 

^Countries to wmcH Exported. 



1907 
(9 mos.) 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



Bones — Con. 

To Belgium 

France 

United States 

Alaska 

Other Foreign Countries. 



$ 

610 
31,076 



S 

483 
56,035 



1,290 

82,485 



72,095 



Totals, Foreign Countries. 
Totals 



31,686 



56,518 



31,686 



57,418 



83,775 



72,095 



85,790 



72,095 



Books, pamphlets, maps, photographs, 
&c.:— 

To United Kingdom 

Africa — British East 

British South 

British West 

Australia 

Bermuda 

British Guiana 

British West Indies 

East Indies— British India 

Straits Settlements.. 
Other East Indies... . 

Fiji (Other Oceania) 

Hong Kong 

l^Je■^vfoundland 

New Zealand 

Other British Empire 



55,288 
1,056 

1,650 
556 
140 

2,889 

411 



83,218 I 
i 
1,088 

727 

342 

374 

5,338 

592 



125,504 

437 

3,947 
621 
295 

5,508 

1,062 



87,605 

421 I 

2,159 l' 
242 I 
286 

7,388 

1,540 



13,593 
359 



Totals, British Empire. 



75,942 



Argentine Republic 

Austria-Hungary. 

Belgium 

Brazil 

•Central American States: 

Costa Rica 

Guatemala 

Honduras 

Nicaragua 

Salvador 

Chile 

-Chinese Empire 

<^uba 

Denmark 

Danish Possessions: 

Greenland, Iceland, &c... 

Egypt and Soudan 

France 

French Possessions: 

St. Pierre and Miquelon. 

Oermany 

Greece 

Hawaii 

Hayti 

Holland 

Holland, Possessions of: 

Dutch Guiana 

Italy 

Japan 

JKorea 



125 

iso 



612 
651 



30 
276 
235 

22 

138 

5 

10 
870 



8,140 

1,365 

175 



652 

13,589 

469 

42 



526 

10,171 

893 



185 

13,017 

165 



106,431 



148,964 I 113,008 



750 

225 

1,346 

258 



14 



1,172 

2 

1,613 



1,060 
847 



100 
1,981 
1,827 



61 



37 

1,699 

5,745 

1 



944 

5 
1,251 



462 



3,869 



412 



90 



72 
1,837 



94 

1,294 



1,057 
' "65 



7 

125 

594 

50 



65 

1,285 
7 



69,431 



69,431 



69,731 



163,369 
580' 

"'i^isi' 

438 

49 

7,499 

3,541 

160 

io' 

224 

11,193 

2,952 



191,196 



347 180 

10 2,204 

1,612 i 1,290 

628 



10 



45 
1,625 
5,190 

25 

1,466 

'2,'78i' 



767 
"i23' 



150 



844 
768 



CANADIAN TRADE 



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No. 21— Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported from Canada during each Fiscal Year, 1907 to 1911. — Con. 



Principal Articles 

AND 

CorNTRIES TO WHICH EXPORTED. 


1907 
(9 mos.) 

1 


1908. 

i 


'. 1909. 


1 

1910. 


1 

1911. 


Books, pamphlets, maps, photographs, 
&c. — Con. 
To Mexico 


$ 

1 


$ 

512 
13 

1 


422 


572 

4 

32 

483' 

268 
6 


$ 

683 
30 

7 


Norway 




Panama 




Peru 




i 


165 


50 

479 

1,015 

59 


Philippines 




I 


Porto Rico 


i3 

7 




370 

713 

25 


Russia 

Siam 


12 
150 


Spain 


8 
50 


1 


Switzerland 




100 

• 


300 


560 
130 


Turkey 




United States 


1 129,686 


206,299 


237,042 


244,470 


/ 254,250 
A 2,989 


Alaska 

Other Foreign Countries 






1 


i 


Totals, Foreign Countries 


142,540 


215,229 


251,341 


260,484 


277,720 


Totals 


218,482 


321,660 


400,305 


373,492 


468,916 




Breadstuff's: — 


29,685,706 

I 493,753 

52,926 

45, 145 

117,550 

365,552 

1 


56,568,453 

1,261,396 

16,948 

96,398 

212,428 

568,913 


i 

60,946,834 

1,135,881 

10,939 

74,546 

179,393 

533,154 

4,582 

25,593 
6,831 

68,021 

6,749 

1,453,610 

2,128 

1,408 


71,843,058 

1,477,541 

18,565 

157,604 

220,250 

1,144,968 

353 

7,330 

2,178 
92,436 

7,733 
1,930,672 

2,035 
13,224 


59,796,155 

f 7,342 

\ 1,170,246 

[ 22,719 

28,908 

168,687 

284,853 

1,925,430 

1 


Africa — British East 


British South 

British West 


Bermuda 

British Guaina 




East Indies — British India 

Straits Settlements.. 


Other East Indies.... 


J 

4,083 
1,200 
8,565 
25,779 
881,906 
1,730 


17,352 


1::::::::::: 


Fiji (Other Oceania) 


10,826 
3 169 


Hong Kong 


33,107 

23,158 

1,470,886 

41,684 

32 


58 180 


Malta 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 

Other British Empire 


12,567 

1,550,089 

1,213 








Totals, British Empire 


31,683,895 


60,310,755 


64,449,669 


76,917,947 


65,040,387 


Argentine Republic 






1,437 










30 
1,347,027 


2,717 
1,905,824 


989 




138,235 
1,600 


2,677,015 
469 

667 


1,958,458 


Brazil 


Central American States: 

Costa Rica 




2,098 

260 

19,643 

149,834 

336,731 

346 

125 

15,406 




Guatemala 




Honduras 




Nicaragua 




200 

340, 384 

125,262 

66,777 

360 


15 


Salvador < 

Chile j 


125 




105,673 
20,361 
51,731 

296 


18,540 1 
177,920 
81,846 

533 


6,153 


Cuba : ; 


198,821 


Denmark 1 

Danish Possessions: 

Danish West Indies 


316,716 
1,763 


Ecuador 


Egypt and Soudan ! 


702 


20,314 


11,798 


1,465 



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No. 21 — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exporced from Canada during each Fiscal Year, 1907 to 1911. — Con. 



Principal Ahticxes 

AND 
COTTNTRIES TO WHICH EXPORTED. 



1907 
(9 mos.} 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



Breadstuff s — Con. 

To France 

French Possessions: 

French Africa 

French Guiana 

French West Indies 

St. Pierre and Miquelon. 

Germany 

Hawaii 

Holland 

Holland, Possessions of: 

Dutch Guiana 

Dutch West Indies 

Italy 

Japan 

Korea 

Mexico 

Norway 

Panama 

Peru 

Philippines 

Porto Rico 

Portugal 

Portuguese Possessions: 

PortugueS'e Africa 

Russia 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

United States 

Alaska 

U. S. of Colombia 

Other Foreign Countries 



100,851 



945 

4,242 

79,637 



87,869 



85,430 



952,148 
140 



337,629 



1,127 

10,353 

622,486 



6,776 
213,462 



16,283 

26,479 

1,134,418 



198,560 

1,909 
1,147 



, 185,579 

787 



794,789 



84,706 



32,382 

139,140 

419 



81 
3,390 

1,390 
58,191 



1,480 



987,225 
50 



Totals, Foreign Countries 1,900,596 



Totals. 



Carriages, ca^'^s, wagons, &c.: — 

To United Kingdom 

Africa — British East 

British South , 

British West 

Australia 

Bermuda 

British Guiana 

British West Indies 

East Indies — British India 

Straits Settlements. 
Other East Indies. . . 

Fiji (Other Oceania) 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 

Other British Empire 



33,584,491 



32,055 

15,747 

119,555 
70 



6,245 
6,046 



Totals, British Empire. 



Argentine Republic. 

Belgium 

Brazil 



1,066,823 
732 



230 
129,535 



1,266,385 
49,465 



157,896 
437 



81,790 

" '5,492' 

2,784 
101,399 



8,434 



968,925 
35 



369,688 

202,735 

1,320 



72,389 



4.30,919 

58,298 

21 

205,919 

465,278 

1,512 

978 

126,752 



31,506 

990,727 

638 

869,853 

1,003 

45 

62 

13,871 



775,935 

383,849 

16,948 

1,179 

44,785 

170 



57 

27,993 

806,592 

380 

4,037 



57 

59,481 
112,599 



15,411 

2,592,969 

514 



6,152 
1,110 



4,661,666 
121 



146,290 

115,285 

1,437 

4,130 

1,306 

1,960 

3,726,986 

2,309 

693 



4,352,937 10,347,475 i 11,146,211 9,817,088 



64,663,692 



74,797,144 



,064,158 I 74,857,475 



64,944 

49,013 

146,958 
1,906 



7,231 
6,531 



4,670 
22,526 



14,175 
46,976 



206,914 



337,734 



27,124 
1,034 
6,305 



29,007 
1,918 
1,930 



57,062 

52,056 

109,658 

197 

667 

12,911 

3,952 

840 
16,655 
30,978 



284,976 



69,768 

72,615 

238,520 

895 

1,654 

15,581 

11,089 

226 

5,126 

39,935 



455,409 



34,077 

735 

3,413 



31,847 
1,971 



116,279 

"82,"857' 

'325,173' 

2,927 

1,968 

16,478 

35,964 

22,819 

3,100 

45 

8,662 

79,871 



696, 143 



61 446 
1,707 
1,431 



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No. 21— Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported from Canada during each Fiscal Year, 1907 to 1911.— Con. 



PRiNaPAL Articles 

AND 

Countries to which Exported. 



1907 
) mos.) 



Carriages, carts, wagons, &c. — Con. 
To Cental American States: — 

Costa Rica 

Guatemala 

Honduras 

Nicaragua 

Salvador 

Chile 

Chinese Empire 

Cuba 

Denmark 

France 

French Possessions: — 

St. Pierre and Miquelon.. . 

Germany 

Hawaii 

Holland 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Panama 

Peru 

Porto Rico 

Portuguese Possessions: — 

Portugese Africa 

Russia 

Siam 

Spain 

United States 

Alaska 

Other Foreign Countries 



1908. 



1909- 



1910. 



181 



555 

25 

20 

4,001 



230 



6,048 
100 



290 



4,200 



189, 502 



Totals, Foreign Countries. 



239,615 



Totals. 



Cement: — 

To United Kingdom 

Africa — British East. . 

British South. 

British West.. 

British West Indies. . . 

Newfoundland 

Other British Empire. 



446,529 



43 
1,068 



Totals, British Empire. 



1,111 



Cuba 

French Possessions — 

St. Pierre and Miquelon. 

Mexico 

Porto Rico 

Russia 

United States. 

Alaska 

Other Foreign Countries 



1,500 

900 

750 

45 



2,449 



Totals, Foreign Countries. 
Totals 



5,644 



1,644 

2,157 

500 

224 

9,906 

14 
2,087 



60 



50 
1,940 

65 
9,020 



100 

10,903 

9,883 

22,402 



71 



309,204 
1,628 



403,578 



741,312 



690 

2,000 

169 

5,530 

50 

14,691 



60 



300 



29 
355,577 



55 

75 

16 

13,393 

115 
2,033 



250 
1,334 



1911. 



81 



45 



40 



4,789 

45 
5 

5,250 
65 

5,885 

646 

80 

19 



25 
41 



424 
404,247 



1,304 



428,456 



455,845 



713,432 



250 

73 

39 
3,032 



2,254 
30 



3,394 



2,291 



953 
1,138 



4,904 



599 
150 



107 

67,876 



6,995 



68,732 



911,254 



941,232 
4,707 



1,028,758 



1,724,901 



100 

134 

511 
1,263 



2,008 



18 



45 
360 



165 
"57' 



40 
1,526 



1,788 



33 
'34" 



100,516 



846 
IT 



100,939 



930 



6,755 



10,389 



71,023 



102,947 



2.718 



346 



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2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

No. 21 — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported from Canada during each Fiscal Year, 1907 to 1911. — Con. 



Principal Articles 

AND I 1907 

Countries to which Exported. (9 mos.) 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



Clothing and wearing apparel: — 

To United Kingdom 

Africa — British East 

British South 

British West 

Australia 

Bermuda 

British Guiana 

British West Indies 

East Indies— British India 

Straits Settlements 
Other East Indies.. 

Fiji (Other Oceania) 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 

Other British Empire 



12,459 

10 

12,651 , 
822 
92 
1,233 



28,181 

15 

23,415 

672 

835 

3,665 

64 



$ 

32,282 

415 

18,850 
245 
225 
761 

220 



30,843 
230 



32.800 
415 



f 



350 



Totals, British Empire. 



17,477 
733 



329 

29,528 

5,964 

13 



45,477 



92,681 



175 

46,788 

8,275 



108,236 



123,808 



Austria-Hungary 

Belgium 

Bolivia 

Central American States: — 

Costa Rica 

Chinese Empire 

Cuba 



12 
100 



544 



Denmark 

France 

French Possessions: — 

St. Pierre and Miquelon. 

Germany 

Hawaii 



Holland 

Italy 

Japan 

Korea 

Mexico 

Norway 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

Uruguay 

United States 

Alaska 

Other Foreign Countries. 



516 



637 
48 



11,268 



305 



15 
950 



819 
309 
200 



1,006 



2,680 

16 
1,514 



558 
10 



194 



2,115 



92 
343 



447 



118 
1,224 



194 

2,555 

12,881 

50 



50 

425 

57 



616 



545 
50 
55 
25 
25 
10 



43,643 



31 
59,616 



25 
77,132 



Totals, Foreign Countries . 
Totals 



56,871 



102,348 



80,848 



82,388 



87,746 



91,767 



173,529 



190,624 



215,575 



Coal, charcoal, &c: — 

To United Kingdom 

Africa — British East 

British South 

British West 

Australia 

Bermuda 

British West Indies 

East Indies — British India. 
Hong Kong 



9,931 
19,937 



50,133 
5,260 



29,480 
27,815 



16,288 



36,002 147,778 

72,428 I 41,301 

28,651 32,576 



1,600 



3,167 



33,857 



161,505 
52,951 
13,335 



48,785 
""■743' 



39,805 
389 

.... 1 

616 ' 543 



120 



1,344 i 20 

2,065 837 

45.517 73,775 

9,628 ' 14,472 



179,490 



48 
3 



5 

2,996 

12 

2 

2,518 



1,084 
19 
12 

"'ii' 
'i,'99i' 



125,971 
1,084 



135,756 



315,246 



18,. 382 



153,172 

66,382 

11,623 

2,768 



CANADIAN TRADE 



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No. 21— Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported from Canada during each Fiscal Year, 1907 to 1911.— Con. 



PsiNaPAL Articles 

AND 

Countries to which Exported. 


1907 

(9 mos.) 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 

i 


Coal, charcoal, &c. — Con. 

To Newfoundland 

New Zealand 


$ 
268,239 


" $ 

419,678 
886 


$ 

500,927 
2,958 
4,783 


$ 
521,314 


1 $ 

580,957 


Other British Empire 




10,959 











1 


Totals, British Empire 


353,500 


616,540 


749,778 


793,921 


833,284 


Argentine Republic 


2,882 
684 


8,445 
1,444 


1 

1 1.735 

! 3,940 

4,016 


4,516 
994 


1,383 
2,100 


Belgium 


Bolivia 


Central American States: — 

Costa Rica 








f "^ 376 


Guatemala 




1 






Honduras 






1 


66 


i 


Nicaragua 






1 




Salvador 


1 1 1 




Chile 


'' 


1 1,250 


12,'387' 

11,428 


4,950 

7,016 

14.944 

650 




Chinese Empire 




6,187 
10,161 


Cuba 


16,981 


11,565 


Denmark 


Egypt and Soudan 




6,717 


28,614 
3,312 
5,176 






France 


1,329 

17,549 

3,364 

262 


2,321 
27,508 


1,462 

28,427 


3,919 

25,004 
950 


French Possessions: — 

St. Pierre and Miquelon 

Germany 


Holland 








Holland, Possessions of: - 

Dutch East Indies 


6,993 

1,544 

16,822 

169,835 




Italy 


747 


83 

5,318 

61,401 


.: 1 


Japan 


19,235 

325,151 

6,383 

5,187 


8,827 
302,055 


Mexico 

Panama 


36,228 


Peru i 




12,328 




Philippines 


7,475 

12,792 
3,985 




Portuguese Possessions: — j 

Portuguese Africa 




3,675 




Russia 








San Domingo 









1 000 


Spain 


186 


393 









Uruguav 






1 74'' 


United States 


} 3,244,036 


4,504,684 


4,048,465 


4,291,842 


/ 4,925,764 
\ 392,768 


Alaska 

Other Foreign Countries 











Totals, Foreign Countries 


3,324,248 


4,662,654 


4,319,322 


4,714,498 


5,684,236 


Totals 


3,677,748 


5,279,194 


5,069,100 


5,508,419 


6,517,520 


Cordage, rope and twine: — 
To United Kingdom ; 


10,629 

i 2,518 1 

1,072 
3,621 


82,187 

12,050 

778 
5,919 


• 22,526 

3,960 

105 
5,776 


20,569 

12,662 

423 
5,517 
1,084 

24,677 


16,686 

r 


Africa — British East j 


British South 1 


|""i2,'634' 


British West 1 


Bermuda 

British Guiana ' 


^ 3i7- 

6,957 




British West Indies 1 


19,287 


28,533 


24,948 


26,310 

7 


Fiji (Other Oceania) 


Newfoundland 1 


4,557 
152 


9,126 
702 


2,253 

447 

4 


3,450 
1,047 


5,165 

859 


Other British Empire 












Totals, British Empire 


41,836 


139,295 


60,019 


69,429 


68,935 



3^ 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 



No. 21 — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported from Canada during each Fiscal Year, 1907 to 1911. — Con. 



Principal Articles 

AND 

Countries to wmcH Exported. 


1907 
(9 mos.) 


1908. 


1909. 


1910. 


1911. 


Cordage, rope and twine — Con. 

To Argentine Republic 


20,257 
364 


32,097 


$ 

1,438 


$ 

8 


S 

74,225 


Belgium 


Chinese Empire 




Hi' 

752 
15 
40 

439 


1,143 
1,730 


478 


Cuba 




60 




Ecuador 







France 


18 
12 




2,062 

25 




French Possessions: — 

St. Pierre and Miquelon 


4 
8 




Holland 




Japan 








41 


Mexico... 


12,858 


26,646 


18,984 
14 


9,109 


13,268 


Russia 






13.015 










131 












6,900 


United States 


} 108,065 


960,822 


1,240,045 


709,803 


/ 706,506 
1 64 




Other Foreign Countries 






1 






Totals, Foreign Countries 


141,574 


1,019,637 


1,262,103 


736,895 


801,482 


Totals 


183,410 


1,158,932 


1,322,122 


806,324 


870,417 




Cotton and manufactures of: — 


51,833 

10,576 

38,071 
25 


49,188 

8,538 

40,788 


41,483 

9,809 

26,427 


67,495 
28,616 
31,738 


19,382 


Africa — British East 


British South 


10.474 


British West 




is 837 


Bermuda 


41 




1,700 
1,926 

360 

165 


1,005 
2,061 


1,080 
2,419 

930 


580 


British West Indies 


2,124 

I 404 

685 


4,891 


East Indies— British India 

Straits Settlements. . 


1,626 


Fiji (Other Oceania) 




1 1,275 


Hong Kong 




2,029 
36.089 
30,712 


1,300 


Newfoundland 


33,663 
91,776 


53,004 

30,481 

4 


3i,738 

40,795 

19 


25,301 




6,056 


Other British Empire 













Totals, British Empire 


229,157 


186,154 


153,337 


201,108 


89.763 




278 


50 


3,430 






Austria- Hungary 




400 


Belgium 


14,699 


12,308 

160 

15,238 

10,935 

8,797 

28,754 

340 

2,540 

170 
720 


1,071 


1,617 


1,476 


Bolivia 






7,425 

8,336 

2,830 

72,041 

1,443 

2,760 

500 

1,766 

3 


14,278 

3,675 

4,165 
92,770 


19,118 

2,480 

3.560 1 

75,431 I 

1 


15,875 


Central American Stat«s — 


f 655 








150 


Nicaragua 


698 


Salvador 


45 


Chile 


2,825 




6,508 


Cuba 






5,875 


475 

265 

120 

60 


420 


Danish Possessions — 

Danish West Indies 




Ecuador 


2,523 
60 


725 


France 





CANADIAN TRADE 



349 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



No. 21— Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported from Canada during each Fiscal Year, 1907 to 1911.— Con. 



Principal Articles 

AND 

Countries to which Exported. 



Cotton and manufactures of — Con. 
To French Possessions — 

French West Indies 

St. Pierre and Miquelon. 

Germany 

Greece 

Havti 

Holland 

Holland, Possessions of — 

Dutch Guiana 

Italy 

Japan 

Korea , 

Mexico 

Norway 

Panama 

Portugal 

Portuguese Possessions — 

Portuguese Africa 

Russia 

San Domingo " 

Spain 

Switzerland , 

Uruguay 

United States 

Alaska 

U. S. of Colombia 

Venezuela 

Other Foreign Countries 



Totals, Foreign Countries. 
Totals 



Drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c.: — 

t To United Kingdom 

Africa — British East 

British South 

British West 

Australia 

Bermuda 

British Guiana 

British Honduras 

British West Indies 

East Indies — British India 

Straits Settlements. . 
Other East Indies. . . . 

Fiji (Other Oceania) 

Hong Kong 

Malta 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 

Other British Empire 




5,288 
6,176 



236,818 



290,236 



287,999 



241,385 



465,975 



282,341 
8,358 

46,527 
320 

14,456 
172 

15,218 

50 

25 

878 



476,390 



441,336 



442,493 



304,452 

22,038 

25,092 

16,044 

1,532 

100 

79,226 

25 



282,685 

2,571 

42,545 

1,226 

1,029 

130 

112,298 

51 



495,425 

12,951 

63,170 

1,552 

3,053 

422 

100,757 



4,383 



1,582 



4,531 



32,673 
2,117 



Totals, British Empire. 



64,313 

806 

20 



47,366 

30 

4 



57,008 

468 

35 



Argentine Republic. 
Austria-Hungary. . . . 

Belgium 

Bolivia 

Brazil 



403,135 



518,031 



419,517 



739,372 



2,701 



87.295 { 137,620 

137 

5,453 



209,319 



299,082 



505,829 

' '33;278* 

"96," 547' 

2,018 

3,111 

160 

111,021 

665 

233 

1,584 

591 

2,975 

132 

70,725 

4,781 



833,650 



17,598 



46,747 

361 

2,932 



10,582 

10 . 

59,954 72,445 

44 477 

1,814 1,515 



9,906 ; 25,750 



19,133 



50,123 

45 

7,193 



23,370 

621 

7,021 



350 



TRADE AND COMMERCE— PART I 



2 GEORGE v., A. 1912 

No. 21 — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported from Canada during each Fiscal Year, 1907 to 1911. — Con. 



Principal Articles 

AND 

Countries to which Exported. 



1907 
(9 mos.) 



1908. 



1909. 



1910. 



1911. 



Drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c — Con. 
To Central American States — 

Costa Rica 

Guatemala , 

Honduras 

Nicaragua 

Salvador 

Chile 

Chinese Empire 

Cuba 

Danish Possessions — 

Danish West Indies , 

Ecuador 

France 

French Possessions — 

French West Indies 

St. Pierre and Miquelon . 

Germany 

Hawaii 

Hayti 

Holland 

Holland, Possessions of — 

Dutch East Indies 

Dutch Guiana 

Dutch West Iijdies 

Italy 

Japa