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UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC 

ORGANIC CHEMICALS IN 

THE UNITED STATES 

1935 



REPORT No. 115 

SECOND SERIES 




BOSTON PUBLIC LrBRARY 



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UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC 

ORGANIC CHEMICALS IN 

THE UNITED STATES 

1935 



REPORT No. 115 

SECOND SERIES 




UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1936 



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UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



ROBERT L. O'BRIEN, Chairman 
THOMAS WALKER PAGE, Vice Chairman 
EDGAR B. BROSSARD 
OSCAR B. RYDER 
RAYMOND B. STEVENS 
E. DANA DURAND 

SIDNEY MORGAN, Secretary 



Address AH Communications 
UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 
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CONTENTS 



Introduction v 

Part I 

Summary of United States production, imports, and exports of coal-tar and 
other synthetic organic chemicals, 1935: 

Coal-tar crudes 1 

Coal-tar intermediates 1 

Coal-tar dyes 2 

Color lakes and toners 2' 

Synthetic resins 2 

Imports and exports of coal-tar products 3- 

Relation of production of dyes to consumption *__ 4' 

Synthetic organic chemicals of non-coal-tar origin 4 

Part II 

United States production and sales of dves and other coal-tar chemicals, 
1935: 

Coal-tar crudes 5 

Coal-tar intermediates 6 

Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: 

Introduction 16 

Dyes 16 

Color lakes and toners 17 

Photographic chemicals 18 

Medicinals " 18 

Flavors 18 

Perfume materials 18 

Resins of coal-tar origin 18 

Miscellaneous products 19 

Production of dyes by classes of application 41 

Production of dyes by colors 42 

Part III 

Detailed statistics of imports into the United States of dyes and other coal- 
tar chemicals, as obtained from an analysis of invoices, 1935 44 

Part IV 

United States production and sales of synthetic organic chemicals of non- 
coal-tar origin, 1935 74 

Part V 

APPENDIX 1 

Dves and other coal-tar chemicals, imports for consumption, and exports, 
"1935 81 

APPENDIX 2 

Changes in import duties since passage of Tariff Act of 1930 88> 

APPENDIX 3 

Directory of manufacturers of d5'es and other svnthetic organic chemicals, 

1935 1 90: 

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IV CONTENTS 



STATISTICAL TABLES 



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1. Comparison of United States production of tar and production and 

sales of certain crudes, 1925-30, 1934, and 1935 - 1 

2. Dyes and other coal-tar chemicals: Summary of United States produc- 

tion and sales, 1935 3 

3. Dyes and certain other classes of coal-tar chemicals: Comparison of 

United States production and sales, 1925-30, 1934, and 1935 3 

4. Coal-tar intermediates and dyes: Comparison of United States imports 

and exports, 1925-30, 1934, and 1935 - 4 

5. Synthetic prganic chemicals of non-coal-tar origin: Comparison of 

United States production and sales, 1925-30, 1934, and 1935 4 

6. Coal-tar crudes: United States production and sales, 1935 6 

7. Coal-tar intermediates: United States production and sales, 1935 7 

8. Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production 

and sales, 1935 20 

9. Comparison of United States production and sales of dyes by classes 

of application, 1925-30, 1934, and 1935 41 

10. Coal-tar dyes: United States production by colors and classes of appli- 

cation, 1935 43 

11. Coal-tar dyes: Imports into the United States, fiscal year 1914, and 

calendar years 1925-35 44 

12. Coal-tar dyes: Percentage of imports from principal producing coun- 

tries, 1934 and 1935 44 

13. Coal-tar dyes: Imports into the United States classified by method of 

application, 1934 and 1935 45 

14. Coal-tar chemicals: Imports into the United States (from invoice 

analyses), 1934 and 1935 45 

15. Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 

1935, as obtained from invoice analyses 45 

16. Coal-tar aromatic chemicals: Detailed statistics of imports into the 

United States in 1935, as obtained from invoice analyses 65 

17. Coal-tar medicinals and pharmaceuticals: Detailed statistics of imports 

into the United States in 1935, as obtained from invoice analyses 66 

18. Other coal-tar products in paragraph 28: Detailed statistics of imports 

into the United States in 1935, as obtained from invoice analyses 68 

19. Coal-tar intermediates: Detailed statistics of imports into the United 

States in 1935, as obtained from irtvoice analyses 69 

20. Synthetic organic chemicals of non-coal-tar origin: United States 

production and sales, 1935 74 

21. Coal-tar products: Imports for consumption in the United States, 

1934 and 1935 81 

22. Coal-tar products: Imports for consumption in the United States, by 

countries, 1935 84 

23. Coal-tar products: Exports from the United States, by countries, 1935 _ 87 



INTRODUCTION 

This report is a survey of the domestic coal-tar dye and of the 
synthetic organic chemical industry in 1935. It presents the results 
of a compilation made by the United States Tariff Commission. It 
includes detailed statistics of production and sales of coal-tar crudes, 
intermediates, dyes and other coal-tar chemicals, and synthetic or- 
ganic chemicals not of coal-tar origin. 

It also includes detailed statistics for 1935 of imports of coal-tar 
products under paragraphs 27 and 28 of the Tariff Act of 1930, 
compiled from the semiannual statements published jointly by the 
Department of Commerce and the Tariff Commission. Statistics 
of imports and exports of coal-tar products as reported in Foreign 
Commerce and Navigation of the United States are also shown. 

Changes in import duties on synthetic organic chemicals and dyes 
under the reciprocal trade agreements are tabulated in the appendix. 

In the preparation of this report, the Tariff Commission had the 
services of Dexter North and P. K. Lawrence, of the Chemical Divi- 
sion of the Commission's staff, and of others. 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 

PART I 

SUMMARY OF UNITED STATES PRODUCTION, IMPORTS, AND EX- 
PORTS OF COAL-TAR AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMI- 
CALS, 1935 

Coal-Tar Crudes 

The output of coal tar in the United States in 1935, as reported 
to the Bureau of Mines, was 450,307,827 gallons, an increase of 10 
percent over the preceding year. Sales totaled 308,705,919 gallons 
at an average price of 4.1 cents per gallon. More than 55 percent of 
the 1935 production was distilled to produce coal-tar crudes. In 
addition 30,115,339 gallons of water-gas tar and 1,911,650 gallons of 
oil-gas tar were distilled. 

The difference between production and sales, not only in coal-tar 
crudes but more especially in intermediates and in some other groups, 
is accounted for by changes in inventories but to a much greater 
extent by consumption of the various products by the manufacturers 
in further processing. 

Table 1 compares the production and sales of coal tar, benzol, 
motor benzol, naphthalene, and creosote oil in 1935 with the average 
for 1925-30 and with 1934. 



Table 1. — Comparison of United States production of tar and production and 
sales of certain crudes, 1926-30, 1934, o,nd 1935 





1925-30 
average 


1934 


1935 


Increase 

1935 over 

1934 


Tar produced thousands of ^allons-. 


630, 536 

22, 257 

22. 257 

4,651 

96, 879 
96, 879 
15, 920 

44, 762 

44, 762 
581 

95, 443 
95, 443 
11,742 


408, 710 

23, 821 
19,875 
3,215 

50, 047 
49, 225 
4,616 

37, 922 
31, 930 

517 

71, 999 
90, 539 
8,297 


450, 308 

24,106 

23, 030 

2,976 

58, 380 
57, 542 
5,121 

47. 653 

42, 018 

698 

92, 869 

86. 707 
8.819 


Percent 
10.2 


Benzol; 

Production do 

Sales _-.do 

Sales value thousands of dollars-- 

Motor benzol: 

Production thousands of gallons.. 

Sales do 

Sales value ..thousands of dollars.. 

Naphthalene 

Production thousands of pounds. . 

Sales. do 

Sales value thousands of dollars.. 


1.2 

15.9 
'7.4 

16.6 
16.9 
10.9 

25.7 
31.6 
35.0 


Creosote oil: 

Production thousands of gallons.. 

Sales do 

Sales value. - - thousands of dollars. . 


29.0 

I 4.2 

6.3 



' Decrease. 



Coal-Tar Intermediates 



Appreciable increases in the output of coal-tar intermediates were 
reported in 1935. Production totaled 436,656,139 pounds, with sales 
of 190,917,172 pounds valued at $26,074,279. The output exceeds 
that in 1934 by more than 10 percent. In making a comparison with 

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2 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

the preceding year, certain adjustment of the figTires was necessary, 
because of a change in the classification of rubber chemicals; in 1934 
these were classified as intermediates, whereas in 1935 they were 
included in miscellaneous finished coal-tar products. By deducting 
the output of rubber chemicals from the total shown for intermediates 
in 1934, comparable figures were obtained. 

About 56 percent of the intermediates produced in 1935 were con- 
sumed by the producers in the manufacture of other commodities. 

Coal-Tar Dyes 

The 40 producers of coal-tar dyes in 1935 reported an output of 
101,932,661 pounds, or 17 percent more than that in 1934 but 9 percent 
less than in the peak year 1929. If the output of indigo in 1929 and 
1935 be deducted from the total dye production for the respective 
years, the 1935 production exceeds that of 1929 by approximately 
6,000,000 pounds, or 7 percent. 

Sales of dyes were 16 percent greater by volume and 19 percent 
by value in 1935 than in 1934. The average value of all dyes sold in 
1935 was 53 cents per pound as compared with 51 cents in 1934. 

The output of indigo declined from 15,818,492 pounds in 1934 to 
13,614,238 pounds in 1935, and the production of sulphur black in- 
creased from 9,790,047 pounds in 1934 to 12,067,262 pounds in 1935. 

In volume and variety, the unclassified dyes continue to increase. 
Production in 1935 was 11,622,503 pounds, or 20 percent more than 
in 1934. Sales totaled 10,529,574 pounds valued at $11,212,139, an 
increase of 21 percent in volume and 25 percent in value over the 
preceding year. This group of dyes reflects the new developments 
in the industry, mcluding the many new seasonal shades for cotton, 
wool, and silk, and the new types of dyes for synthetic fibers, pigments, 
resins, rubber, and other applications. 

Color Lakes and Toners 

A more comprehensive statistical study was made of the organic 
color lake and toner industry in 1935 than in former years, as a result 
of which greater detail was obtained on the production and sales of 
these products. Because of this revision in the schedule comparisons 
with former years cannot be made. 

Synthetic Resins of Both Coal-Tar and Non-Coal-Tar Origin 

The production of synthetic resins reached an all-time peak of more 
than 100,000 pounds (net resin content), reflecting great activity in 
this rapidly developing industry. About 95 percent was of coal-tar 
origin. The output of resins from tar acids increased 34 percent over 
1934, alkyd resins increased 124 percent, and urea resins 21 percent. 
About 53 percent of the resins of coal-tar origin were consumed in 
paints, varnishes, and lacquers and 21 percent in molded articles. 
Approximately two-thirds of the consumption in paints, varnishes, 
and lacquers were alkyd resins, and one-third tar-acid resins. 

Table 2 summarizes the production and sales of intermediates, 
dyes, and other finished coal-tar products in 1935, and table 3 com- 
pares the production and sales in 1935 with the average for 1925-30 
and with 1934. 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



Table 2.- 



-Dijes and other coal-tar chemicals: Summary of United States produc- 
tion and sales, 1935 





Number 
of manu- 
facturers 


Production 


Sales 




Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Intermediates 


fil 
202 


Pounds 
436, 656, 139 
272, 727, 765 


Pounds 
190, 917, 172 
230, 381, 074 


$26, 074, 279 
98, 791, 966 


$0.14 




.43 






Dyes: 




90, 310, 158 
11, 622, 503 


87, 424, 890 
10, 529, 574 


40, 276, 222 
11.212,139 


.46 






1.06 








Total 


40 


101, 932, 661 


97, 954, 464 


51,488,361 


.53 






Color lakes and toners - 


53 
9 
3S 
14 
27 
55 
41 


14, 181, 990 
1, 170, 216 

10,022,667 
2, 212, 185 
2, 152, 305 

90, 913, 162 

50, 142, 579 


12, 081, 885 

967, 541 

8, 949, 747 

2, 219, 232 

1,861,079 

65, 923, 334 

40, 423, 792 


8, 724, 580 
1, 096, 738 
8,371,901 
2, 095, 483 
1,076,500 
12, 777, 195 
13, 161. 208 


.72 


Photographic chemicals - 


1.13 




.94 


Flavors . 


.94 




.58 




.19 


Miscellaneous 2 . 


.33 







1 Does not include resins derived from coumarone and indene. 

2 Includes benzoate of ammonia, benzoate of soda, benzoyl peroxide, biological stains and chemical indi- 
cators, diazo salts, poisonous and tear gases, synthetic insecticides, naphthol AS and derivatives, rapid 
fast and rapidogene colors, rubber chemicals, synthetic tanning materials, textile assistants, and others. 

Table 3. — Dyes and certain other classes of coal-tar chemicals: Comparison of 
United States production and sales, 1925-30, 1934, ond 1935 







1925-30 


1934 


1935 


Increase 
1935 over 












1934 


Intermediates: 










Percent 


^^ Production 


...thousands of pounds.. 


267, 492 


1 388, 872 


436, 656 


12.4 


Sales 


do.... 


109, 133 


I 161, 845 


190,917 


18.0 


Sales value - 


thousands of dollars. 


22, 408 


' 21,914 


26, 074 


19.0 


Finished coal-tar products: ' 






Production 


... thousands of pounds. _ 


138, 078 


I 3 205, 838 


< 272, 728 


32.5 


Sales 


do.._. 


133, 964 


1 3 180, 451 


< 230, 381 


27.7 


Sales value. 

Dyes: 

Production 


thousands of dollars.. 


65, 027 


1 3 81, 333 


< 98, 792 


21.5 


...thousands of pounds. . 


94,003 


87, 178 


101, 933 


16.9 


Sales... 


do.-.. 


92. 207 


84, 309 


97, 954 


IG. 2 


Sales value 


thousands of dollars.. 


39, 428 


43, 251 


51, 488 


19.0 


Medicinals: 






Production 


...thousands of pounds.. 


4,508 


10, 024 


10, 023 


0.0 


Sales 


do.... 


4,106 


8,224 


8,950 


8.8 


Sales value 


thousands of dollars.. 


7,464 


7,922 


8,372 


5.7 


Flavors and perfume materials: 










Production ... 


...thousands of pounds,. 


3,966 


4,168 


4,364 


4.7 


Sales 


do.... 


3,919 


3, 695 


4,080 


10.4 


Sales value 


thousands of dollars. . 


2,901 


3,028 


3,172 


4.8 


Resins: 












Production 


...thousands of pounds.. 


6 24, 442 


3 56, 059 


< 90, 913 


62.2 


Sales 


do.... 


» 22, 135 


3 43, 351 


4 65, 923 


52.1 




thousands of dollars . 


' 7, 756 


3 10, 127 


« 12,777 


26.2 







1 Changed to compare with 1935 figures. Rubber chemicals were transferred from intermediates to 
finished products in 1935. 

2 Includes color lakes and toners, photographic chemicals and miscellaneous coal-tar products not shown 
separately. 3 Does not include coumirone and indene and sulfonamide resins. 

* Does not include coumarone and indene resins. = 1927-30 average. 

Imports and Exports of Coal-Tar Products 

Imports of dyes in 1935, as reported in Foreign Commerce and 
Navigation of the United States, totaled 4,606,240 pounds valued 
at $6,034,376, an increase of 9 percent in volume and 11 percent in 
value over 1934. Switzerland supplied about 50 percent and Ger- 
many about 49 percent of our imports. 

Imports of coal-tar intermediates, m 1935 amounting to 2,061,935 
pounds valued at $2,447,526, increased 5 percent in volume and 24 



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percent in value over the preceding year. Other coal-tar products 
imported in 1935 were 45,885 pounds of photographic chemicals, 
46,578 pounds of flavors and perfume materials, 20,160 pounds of 
medicinals, 29,436 pounds of tanning materials, and 18,015 pounds 
of synthetic resins. 

Exports of dyes in 1935 increased 9 percent in quantity and 22 
percent in value over 1934, amoun-ting to 19,630,924 pounds valued at 
$6,873,404. Exports to China, our principal foreign market, totaled 
8,669,133 pounds valued at $1,935,430; to Canada 2,608,291 pounds 
valued at $1,319,580; and to British India 1,429,528 pounds valued 
at $555,048. These tliree markets account for 65 percent of the 
volume and 55 percent of the value of our exports of dyes in 1935. 

A comparison of imports of intermediates and of imports and 
exports of dyes for the period 1925-30 and the years 1934 and 1935 
is shown in table 4. 



Table 4. — Coal-tar intermediates and dyes: Comparison of United States imports 
and exports, 1925-30, 1934, and 1935 



Intermediates: 
Imports: 

Quantity thousands of pounds.. 

Value (dutiable) thousands of dollars.. 

Dyes: 

Imports: 

Quantity thousands of pounds.. 

Value (dutiable) thousands of dollars.. 

Exports: 

Quantity thousands of pounds.. 

Value thousands of dollars.. 



1925-30 
average 



2,536 
1,031 



5,672 
6,338 



28, 101 
6,366 



1934 



1, 965 
1,976 



4,240 
5,456 



17, 942 
5,630 



2,062 
2,448 



4,606 
6,034 



19, 631 
6,873 



Increase 

1935 over 

1934 



Percent 
4. 
23. 



8.6 
10.6 



9.4 
22.1 



Source: Foreign Commerce and Navigation of the United States. 

Relation of Production of Dyes to Consumption 

The apparent consumption (sales plus imports, less exports) of dyes 
in the United States increased from 69,759,559 pounds in 1934 to 
82,929,780 pounds in 1935, or 19 percent. Domestic producers sup- 
plied 94.4 percent of the volume and imports 5.6 percent, as compared 
with 95.1 percent and 4.9 percent respectively, in 1934. 

Synthetic Organic Chemicals of Non-Coal-Tar Origin 

The marked expansion of this industry is shown by an increase in 
1935 of 40 percent in production, 24 percent in sales volume, and 18 
percent in sales value over the preceding year. Production in 1935 
reached the all-time peak of 1,591,895,576 pounds, with sales of 
791,760,208 pounds valued at $86,334,188. 

Table 5. — Synthetic organic chemicals of non-coal-tar origin: Comparison of 
United States production and sales, 1925-30, 1934, and 1935 



1925-30 
average 



1934 



Increase, 

1935 over 

1934 



Production thousands of pounds.. 

Sales do 

Sales value. .-. thousands of dollars.. 



379, 972 
264, 006 
44, 499 



1, 133, 644 
639. 353 
72, 833 



1, 591, 896 
791, 760 
86, 334 



Percent 
40.4 
23.8 
18.4 



PART II 

UNITED STATES PRODUCTION AND SALES OF DYES AND OTHER 
coal-tar CHEMICALS, 1935 

Coal-Tar Crudes 

The domestic production of coal tar increased to 450,307,827 gallons 
in 1935, or 10 percent over the preceding year. Approximately 70 
percent of the output was sold at an average price of 4.1 cents per 
gallon, as compared with 67 percent at 3.9 cents per gallon in 1934. 
The quantities of coal tar distilled by purchasers increased 5 percent 
over 1934; water-gas tar decreased slightly; and oil-gas tar increased 
from 1,167,127 gallons in 1934 to 1,911,650 gallons in 1935, or 64 
percent. 

Outstanding increases in production were: Toluol and xylol (34 
percent), creosote oil (29 percent), solvent naphtha (28 percent), 
crude naphthalene (26 percent), and motor benzol (16 percent). 

Serious shortages of naphthalene and tar acids prevailed in 
1935, largely because of increased demand by synthetic resin makers. 
Appreciable quantities of naphthalene have been imported annually 
from Europe to supplement our domestic production. During the 
year Germanv, one of the principal sources, placed an embargo on 
exports. Preliminary data obtained in a survey of synthetic resins 
and their raw materials indicate substantial increases in the domestic 
output of naphthalene and tar acids thus far in 1936 and further 
increase is expected in 1937. 

Table 6 shows for 1935 the domestic production and sales of coal 
tar, the quantity distilled, the production and sales of light oil and 
light-oil products, and of the products of tar distillation and processing. 
These statistics were compiled from data collected by the Bureau of 
Mines from producers of tar and by the Tariff Commission from 
purchasers of tar. 

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b UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

Table 6. — Coal-tar crudes: ^ United States production and sales, 1935 

[The numbers in the seoond cohimn refer to the numbered alphabetical list of manufacturers given on p. 90, 
An X indicates that the corresponding product was made by a manufacturer who did not consent to the 
publication of his name in connection therewith. A blank in the third column indicates that the pro- 
duction figure cannot be published without revealing information in regard to the output of individual 
firms. A blank in the fourth and fifth columns indicates that the sales figure cannot be published with- 
out revealing information in regard to the output of individual firms] 

Tar distilled: 2 

Oil-gas tar, 1,911,650 gallons $121, 101 

Water-gas tar. 30,115,3.39 gallons - - 1,210,422 

Coal tar, 244,516,809 gallons 10,687,397 

Total, 276,543,798 g.allons. - 12,018,920 



Manufacturers' indenti- 
fication numbers (ac- 
cording to list on p. 
90) 2 



Production 

(quantity) 



Sales 



Quantity 



Value 



Unit 
value 



.041 

.085 

.129 

.089 
.279 

.208 
.230 
.101 

.017 



Tar' gallons.. 

Light oil and derivatives: 

Crude light oil do 

Benzol (except motor benzol) 
gallons. 

Motor benzol ^ gallons.. 

Toluol, crude and refined, gal- 
lons. 

Solvent naphtha gallons.. 

Xylols do.... 

Other light-oil products,* gal- 
lons. 
Naphthalene, crude and refined,' 

pound.s. 
Anthracene, crude Gess than 30 
percent), 2 pounds. 

Cumene 2 gallons. . 

Cresylic acid, crude (less than 75 
percent), 2 gallons. 

Pyridine 2 ...gallons.. 

Crude tar acids do 

Creosote oil do 



Tars, crude and refined 2 do 

Tars, road 2 do 

Other distillates 2 do 

Pitch of tar tons.. 

Pitch of tar coke 2 do 

Total 



9, 92, 105, 162, 171, 172, 

X, X. 
17, 28, 143, 165, 182 



17, 28, 143, 105 

17, 28, 48, 110, 143, 171. 



17, 28, 143, 165. 



17, 48, 105, 110, 165, 171, 

177. 
171... 



450, 307, 827 

134, 070, 840 

24, 106, 006 

58, 379, 910 
17, 776, 551 

4, 970, 842 
3, 695, 656 
6, 812, 455 

47, 653, 372 



308, 705, 919 

12, 327, 539 

23, 029, 543 

57, 542, 312 
17, 648, 286 

4, 742, 388 

3, 747, 959 

4, 005, 458 

42, 017, 954 



17, 110, 171. 



9, 17, 22, 48, 92, 96, 100, 

105, 110, 114, 171, 172, 

177, X, X. 
9, 17, 22, 92, 105, 110, 143, 

165, 171, 172, 177, X. 
9,17,92, 100, 110, 162, 165, 

171, 172. 177, X. 
9, 17, 48, 92, 110, 143, 162, 

171, 172, X, X. 
9, 17, 22, 48, 92, 100, 105, 

110, 114, 162, 171, 172, 

177, X, X. 
9, 17, 100, 110, 162, 171, 

172. 



3 279, 129 
92, 869, 152 



16, 575, 539 

112,038,763 

15, 251, 053 

436, 570 

80, 020 



3 252, 596 
86, 706, 628 



15, 179, 905 

110,612,482 

7, 462, 852 

285, 542 

74, 970 



$12, 597, 705 

1, 052, 831 

2, 975, 658 

5,120,881 
4, 929, 219 

985, 124 
860, 891 
403, 785 

698, 088 



256, 4a') 



8 37. 065 
8, 819, 335 



1, 208, 093 
9, 253, 333 
1, 051, 857 
3, 533, 576 

821, 291 



.147 
.102 



.080 

.084 

.141 

12.37 

10.95 



54, 605, 137 



< Data for coke ovens reporting to Bureau of Mines, and for tar refineries and others reporting to U. S. 
Tariff Commission, unless otherwise noted. 
» Reported to U. S. Tariff Commission only. 
3 Reported to Bureau of Mines only. 

* Include.'; xylol and motor benzol reported to U. S. Tariff Commission. 
» Includes crude and refined naphthalene reported to Bureau of Mines and crude naphthalene reported 



to U. S. Tariff Commission. 



Coal-Tar Intermediates 



The output of coal-tar intermediates in 1935 exceeded that of 1934 
by 12 percent and that of 1929 by 23 percent. As stated elsewhere, 
in making the comparison with 1934 a deduction is made of the figures 
for rubber chemicals shown under this group in 1934 and under "Mis- 
cellaneous finished coal-tar products" in 1935. 

Increased production is noted for nearly all intermediates. Those 
showing the greatest increase are l-amino-2-naplithol-4-sulfonic acid, 
about 40 percent increase; gamma acid, 38 percent; p-aminophenol, 
92 percent; aniline oil, 14 percent; dinitrobenzene, 56 percent; maleic 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



acid, more than 50 percent; refined naphthalene, 20 percent; beta- 
naphthol, more than 40 percent; 2-naphthol-6:8-disulfonic acid, 46 
percent; l-naphthylamine-3:6:8-trisiilfonic acid, 32 percent; nitro- 
aminophenol, 176 percent; nitrosophenol, 51 percent; and phthalic 
anhydride, 13 percent. 

Slight decreases in production are shown for phenol and for cresylic 
acid and the cresols, except meta cresol, the domestic production of 
which is reported for the first time in 1935. 

There were 61 producers of coal-tar intermediates in 1935, com- 
pared with 64 in 1934. 

Table 7. — Coal-tar intermediates: United States production and sales, 19S5 

[The numbers in the second column refer to the numbered alphabetical list of manufacturers printed oir 
p. 90. An X signifies that the manufacturer did not consent to the publication of his identification 
number with the designated product. A blank in the third column indicates that the production figure 
cannot be published without revealing information in regard to the output of individual firms. A blank 
in the fourth and fifth columns indicates that the sales of the corresponding product cannot be pubhshed 
without reveahng information in regard to the individual firms. The figures thus concealed are, how- 
ever, included in the total] 





Manufacturers' iden- 
tification numbers 
(according to list on 
p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Intermediates 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Total of intermediates for 




Pounds 
269, 801, 458 

166,854,681 


Pounds 
123, 248, 834 

67, 668, 338 


$13, 686, 427 
12, 387, 852 


$0 11 


which individual statistics 
are shown. 
Total of intermediates for 




. 18 


which individual statistics 
cannot be shown. 






Total intermediates-- 


436, 656, 139 


190,917,172 


26, 074, 279 


14 




38,54,77,147 




Acetanilide, tech 


180,054 
141,312 








Acetoacetanilide 


32,54,200 








Acetotoluide -. 


28,134 --. 








Acetyldiaminoanthraquinone. 


5 - 










1 - Acetvlmethylamino - 4 - bromo- 


54 -- -.- 










anthraquinone. 
Acetyl - p - phenylenediamine (p- 


4,38,54,77,134 


191,958 








aminoacetanilide) . 
Acetyl-p-phenylenediamine sulfonic 


77 








acid. 
Acetyl -p-toluidine 


54,77, 158, X 










Acridine yellow _.. 


134. 










p-Aminoacetanilide. (See Acetyl-p- 
phenylenediamine.) 
l-Amino-4-acetvlamino-6 and 7- 


134 










naphthylamine sulfonic acid (ace- 
tylamino Cleve's acid). 
a-Aminoanthraquinone and salt 


54,77,134 










b-Aminoantliraquinone 


54,77, 134 


471,524 
252, 140 
57, 056 








Aminoazobcnzene and hydrochloride. 


5,28,38,54,77,134 

5,28,38,77,134 








Aminoazobenzene sulfonic acid. 








Aminoazobenzene disulfonic acid 


5, 134 








Aminoazotoluene 


5,28,54,71,134 


153,877 








Aminoazoxvlene 


134 . - 








Aminoazoxylene-toluidine 


28 










Aminoazo.wlidine ._. - 


5,28 










8-Amino-l;2-benzacridone . - 


54 










o-Aminobenzoic acid (anthranilic 


52,54 










acid). 
p-Aminobenzoic acid 


54, X . 










Amino - 5 - benzoyl aminoanthraqui- 


54 










none. 
m-Aminobenzovl J acid... 


54- 










p-Aminobenzoyl J acid- 


54,77,134 










1 - Amino - 2 - bromo - 4 - toluidlne 


54 










anthraquinone. 
l-Amino-6-chloroanthraquinone 


54 










2-Amino-4-chlorotoluene 


134 










m-Aminocresol methvl ether 


38 . - 










l-Amino-2:4-dibromoanthraquinone- 


54,134 










p-Aminodiethylaniline.. 


C0,77 










p-Aminodiethyl benzaldehyde 


54 










p-Aminodimethylaniline... 


4 











8 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

Table 7. — Coal-tar intermediates: United States production and sales, 1935 — 

Continued 





Manufacturers' iden- 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Intermediates 


(according to list on 
p. 90) 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 




54 


Pounds 


Pounds 






Aminodiphenyl:tmine sulfonic acid— 


77, X 










161 










Aminodiphenyl ether piperidide 

p-Aminoethylbenzylaniline sulfonic 

acid. 
1 - Amino - 2 - methyl - 4 - bromoan- 

thraquinone. 
1 - Amino - 2 - methyl - 4 - p - tolui- 

dine anthraquinone. 


161 - . 










54 - - ... 










54 










54 










54 










l-Amino-2-naphthol-4-sulfonic acid,. 
l-Amino-8-naphthol-4-sulfonic acid . . 
l-Amino-8-naphthol-2:4-disulfonic 

acid (Chicago acid). 
l-Amino-8-naphthol-3:6-disulfonic 

acid (H acid). 
2-Amino-5-naphthol-7-sulfonic acid 

(J acid). 
2-Amino-8-naphthol-6-sulfonic acid 

(gamma acid). 
2-Amino-8-naphthol-3 : 6-disulfonic 

acid (2R acid). 
Amino-l-naphthylamine-6 and 7- 

sulfonic acid (amino Cleve's acid). 


38,54,77.134,166 

38 54 134 


1, 303, 027 














38, 54, 134 


100, 290 
2,981,969 








54 77 129 134 








4, 38, 54, 134 








38,54,77,134 


921, 152 


171,874 


$121,461 


$0.71 


54, 134 




54 










54,60,207,214.. _ 


17, 903 


18, 407 


23,848 


1.30 


o-Aminophenol sulfonic acid 

p-Aminophenol and hydrochloride.. 
p-Aminophenylammoniumhydrox- 
ide. 


38 134 




28,54,60,207,214,217... 
28 


673, 890 


299, 302 


225, 258 


.75 


X 












5,38 












77 












X 












38, 54, 134 


18, 595 








Aniline hydrochloride and sulfate. .. 


28, X 








77 .- - 












28, 52, 54, 126, 131, 134, 

X.X. 
54,134 


32, 572, 809 


12, 529, 234 


1, 429, 285 


.11 








54,131 










o-Anisidine omega sulfonic acid 


134 










54, 131, 134 . . 












171 










Anthranilic acid. (See o-Amino- 

benzoic acid.) 

Anthraquinone (100 percent).. _ 

Anthraquinone dioxamiuic acid 

Anthraquinone-a-sulfonic acid 

Anthraquinone-1 : 5-disuIfonic acid.. . 
Anthraquinone-1 : 8- potassium disul- 

fonate. 
Anthraquinone-1-sodium sulfonate.. 
Anthraquinone-2-sodium sulfonate 

(silver salt). 
Anthraquinone-2;6-sodium disul- 

fonate. 


5,28,134 










77 










77, 134 










54, 77 










54 










54 










5,54,134 










54 










54 










chloride. 


X . .. 












161 












87, X 












77 












5,28,54,134,157 












54 












54 












4,38,54,134 












161 










Benzidine hydrochloride and sulfate. 


4, 54, 77, 134, X 


1, 516, 748 
10, 565 

88, 267 








4,5,38,77 










54,87,90,131 


68, 437 


26, 034 


.38 




90 






87,90.131 










l-Benzoylamino-4-chloroanthra- 
quinone. 


54 77 










54 










none. 













DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS ! 

Table 7. — Coal-tar intermediates: Ujiited States production and sales, 1935- 

Contiuued 



Intermediates 



5-BenzoyIanuuo-l : l-dianthramide.-- 
l-Benzoylamioo-5-p-toluene sulfonic 
anthraquinone. 

Benzoyl benzoic acid 

Benzoyl chloride 

Benzoyl J acid 

Benzyl chloride 

Benzylidine aminopyrazolone 

Broenner's acid. (See 2-Naphthyla- 
mine-6-sulfonic acid.) 

Bromobenzanthrone 

Bromobenze ne --- 

p-BrOmomethylaniinoanthraquin- 
one. 

p-Broinophenol 

Butyl phenol (p-tertiary) 

Chicago acid. (See l-Amino-8- 

naphthol-2:4-disulfonic acid.) 
Chlorinated methyl isopropyl phen- 
anthrene. 

o-C hloroacetoacetanilide 

Chloroacetoacetylnaphthylamide 

l-Chloro-5-aminoanthraquinone 

l-Chloro-8-aniinoanthraquinone 

C hloroaminobenzoic acid 

Chloroaniinophenol sulfonic acid 

o-Chloroaniline 

m-Chloroaniline 

p-Chloroaniline 

p-Chloroaniline sulfonic acid 

Chloroanisidine 

Chloro-p-anisidine piperidide 

Chloroanthraquinone 

o-Chlorobenzaldehyde 

Chlorobenzanthrone 

C hloro benzene (mono) 

o-C hloro benzoic acid _ 

Chlorobenzoyl benzoic acid 

l-Chloro-2-earboxy anthraquinone. _ 
2-Chloro-l :4-dihydro,\y anthraquin- 
one (chloroquinizarin). 

Chlorometanilic acid 

C hloromethy lanthraquinone 

Chloronaphthalenes 

o-Chloro-p-nitroaniline 

p-Chloro-o-nitroaniline 

l-Chloro-5-nitroanthraquinone 

1-Chloro-S-nitroant hraquinone 

4-Chloro-2-nitrotoluene 

6-Chloro-2-nitrotoluene 

o-Chlorophenol 

p-Chlorophenol 

Chlorosulfophenylmethylpyrazolone 

Chlorotoluene 

o-Chloro-p-toluene sodium sulfonate. 

Chloro-o-toluidine ._. 

Chlorotoluidine sulfonic acid 

Chlorotolyl thioglycollic acid.. 

p-Chloro-p-xylidine 

p-Chloroxylyl thioglycollic acid 

Chromotropic acid. (See 1:8-Di- 
hydroxynaphthalene - 3:6 - disul- 
fonic acid.) 
Cleve's acid. (See 1-Naphthyla- 
mine-6 and "-sulfonic acid.) 

Cre'^idine 

Cresolamine 

Cresols 

Cresol (meta-para) 

o-Cresol 

m-Cresol 

p-Cresol 

o-Cresotinic acid 

Cresylic acid (refined) 

Cumidine 

Cyclohexylamine 



Manufacturers' iden- 
tification numbers 
(according to list on 
p. 90) 



28, 54, 134 

52, 87, 90, 131- 

38 

87, 90 

X 



54, X 

38 

54, 131 

131 

131, 207 

5, 54 

90, 207 

161 

28, 54, 77, 134 

134 

5, 54, 134 

52, 54, 90, 131, 187. 

54, 134 .... 

28,54, 77, 134 

54 

54, 77, 134 



4, 54, 77, 134_ 

28,54, 77 

90, X 

4, 28, 52, 54.. 

54,207 _ 

54 

54 

54 

54... 

131, 158 

131. 

54 

54, 90, 134... 

131 

51,77 

28, 38, 54, X. 
54, 77, 134.... 

54 

54 



17, 110, 171, X- 

17, 171, X 

17, 171, X 

17, 171, X 

17 



Produc- 
tion 



Pounds 



1, 476, 104 
766, 933 



323, 330 



102, 190 



Sales 



Quantity 



Pounds 



721, 683 



4, 102, 182 



Value 



$139, 520 



205, 097 



Unit 
value 



$0.19 



175, 596 
271,374 



52, 134 

17, 110, 120, 171, X- 

18,134,191 

131 



7,294 



10 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Table 7. — Coal-tar intermediates: United States production and sales, 1935- 

Continued 





Manufacturers' iden- 
tification numbers 
(according to list on 
p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Intermediates 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Dehydrothio-p-toluidine 


54 


Pounds 


Pounds 






Dehydrothio - p - toluidine sulfonic 


38,54,134 


126, 047 








acid. 
m-Diaminoanisole 


207 








Diaminoanthraquinone 


5,54,77 


97, 389 








2:6-DiamiDO'inthraquinone 


54,77 








Diaminoanthrarufin 


5,54 












54.... 












161 










4:4 - Diamino - 2:2 - dimethyldi- 


54 










phenylmethane. 
Diaminodiinethvlphenylacridine 


161.... 










Diaminodiplieuvlamine sulfonic 


4,38 










acid. 
Diaminophenetol__ 


28 










Diaminostilbene disulfonic acid 


54,77,134 


222, 324 








1:5- Dianilidoantliraquinone - o - o - 


54 








dicarbo.xylic acid (dicarbo.xylic- 
anthraquinone). 
Dianisidine^ 


38,54 










1 : l-Dianthrachinvlamine 


77_ 










l:l-Dianthraquinone imine . 


54 










1 : 1-Dianthraquinone imine diamino. 


54 










1:1 - Dianlhraquinone imine - 4:4 - 


54 










dibenzoyl diamino. 
1:1 - Dianthraquinone imine - 4:5 - 


54 










dibenzoyl diamino. 
1: 1-Dianthraquinone imine dinitro.. 


54 










1 - Diazo - 2 - naphthol - 4 - sulfonic 


38,134,166 










acid. 
Diazosalicy lie acid 


54,77,134... 










Dibenzacridone trianthrimid 


54 










Dibenzanthrone. _. ..- 


28,54 










13:13-Dibenzanthronyl 


54 




' "' 






13:13-Dibenzanthronyl selenide 


54. 










Dibenzyl aniline 


54 










Dibromoaminoanthraquinone 


54, 77 










p-Dibromobenzene- 


52 










Dibromopyrauthrone 


54 










Dibutoxy ethyl phthalate 


147 










Dibutyl phthalate 

Dichloroaniline 


7, 32, 45, 54, 104, 106, 
131, 200. 

38,54,90,207 

77 


4, 412, 724 
123, 333 


3, 332, 073 


$630, 773 


$0.19 


Dichloroaniline nitrosamine 








Dichloroaniline sulfonic acid 


5,64, 134, 161 

28,54,77 


37, 854 
15, 196 








1 : 5-Dichloroanthraquinone 








1 :8-Dichloroanthraquinone 


54,77 








1: 8- Dichloroanthraquinone-4: 5- di- 


77 










sulfonic acid. 
2 : 6-D ichlorobenzal chloride 


54 










o-Dichlorobenzene 


62, 54, 90, 131 


2, 904, 641 
6, 830, 350 


2, 785, 142 
7, 065, 946 


100, 696 
780, 499 


04 


p-Dichlorobenzene 

l:8-Dichloro-4:5-dinitroanthraquin- 


52, 64, 90, 131, 187 

54. 


.11 


one. 
Dichlorohydrazine sulfonic acid 


161 










2:4-Dichlorophenol 


131 










3:4-Dichlorophenol _. 


54.___ 










Dichlorosulfophenylpyrazolone 


54, 161.... 










Dichlorosulfophenylmethvlpyrazol- 


38,54, 161 










one. 
Dicyclohexyl phthalate 


64.. 










2:5-Diethoxy aniline 


64 










Diethoxy ethyl phthalate 


147 










Diethyl-m-aminophenol. 


54, 122 










Diethylaniline 


54 










Diethylanihne-m-sulfonic acid 


54, 122 










Diethylene glycol monobutyl ether 


32 










phthalate. 
l:4-Dihydroxy anthraquinone 


4, 6, 13, 54, 77, 134, 217_ 
54,77, 134 


130, 683 
ISO, 219 








(quinizariji). 
l:5-Dihydroxy anthraquinone 








(anthrarufin). 
l:8-Dihydroxy anthraquinone 


54 








(chrysazin). 
5:5-Dihvdroxv-7:7-disulfonic-2:2-di- 


54 










naphthylamine (Rhoduline acid). 













DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICAI-S 



11 



Table 7. — Coal-tar intermediates: United States production and sales, 1936- 

Continued 



Intermediates 



5:5-Dihydroxy-7:7-disulfomc-2:2-di- 
naphthylurea (J acid urea). 

l:5-Dihydroxynaphthalene-- 

l:8-Diliydroxynaphthalene-3:6-dl- 
sulfonic acid (chromotropic acid). 
5 : 5-D ih y droxy -d i-b-naphtllylamine- 
7:7-disulfonie acid (I acid imide). 

2 : 5-Dimethoxy aniline 

Dimethoxydiphenylamine_. 

Diraetlioxy ethyl phthalate 

Dimethylaniline 

Dimethyldianthraquinonyl 

Dimethyl phthalate (see also Per- 
fume materials). 

Dinitroaniline 

Dinit roanthraquinone 

4 : 8-Dinitroanthrarufin 

Dinitroanthrarufin disodium sulfo- 
nate. 

Dinitrobenzene 

Dinitrobenzene sulfonic acid 

Dinitroehlorohenzene 

Dinitrodi benzanlhronyl 

Dinitrodibenzyl disodium sulfonate 
4:8-Dinitro-l:5-dinitrophenyl ether 
anthraquinone. 

Dinitrohydroxydiphenylamine 

Dinitrophenetol 

Dinitrophenol, tech 

Dinitrostilbene and disulfonic acids 

Dinitrotoluene 

1:5-Dioxaminoanthraquinone 

l:5-Dioxamino - 4:8-dinitroanthra- 
quinone. 

Dioxy dibenzanthrone.- 

Dioxy S acid 

Diphenoxy anthraquinone 

Diphenyl 

Diphenyl derivatives: 

o-Amino diphenyl 

p-Amino diphenyl 

2-p-Rromo diphenyl 

2-p-C hloro di phenyl 

6-o-Chloro diphenyl 

Polychloro diphenyl.. 

Diphenylamine 

Diphenyl epsilon acid 

Diphenylether - 2 - diazoarainodicar- 
boxy pyrrolidine. 

Diphenyiethylenediamine 

Diphenyleuanidine. (See Rubber 

chemicals.) 
Diphenylmethylpyrazolone c a r - 
boxylic acid. 

Diphenyl-p-phenylenediamine 

Diphenyl phthalate 

Diphenyltetrahydro glyoxaline ace- 
tate. 

Dipyrazol dianthrone 

Distilbenediphenol 

l:5-Di-p-toluidine anthraquinone.. 
l:8-Di-p-toluidine anthraquinone.. 
1 : 4-Di-p-tolylaminoanthraquinone. 

Di-o-tolyletiiylenediamine 

6-Ethoxy-3-hydroxy thionaphtha- 
lene. 

Ethylacetanilide 

Ethyl-p-aminoacecanilide 

Ethylamino benzoate 

Ethyl-o-amino-p-cresol 

Ethylaniline (mono).. 

Ethylbjnzylaniline 

Ethylbenzylaniline sulfonic acid 

Ethylbenzyl benzoate 

Ethylbenzyl-m-toluidine 

88446—36 2 



Manufacturers' iden- 
tification numbers 
(according to list on 
p. 90) 



38, 54, 77, 134. 



77, 134 

38, 54, 134. 



134. 



54 

54 

147 

28, 52, 54, 134. 

28, 54, 134 

32, 54, 131 



5, 28, 131, 134. 

5, 54 

5,54 

54.. 



28, 54, 131, 134. 

38, 77 

28, 54, 77, 134.. 

54 

54 

54 



38,77 

28 

5,54"77.'i.34] 
54,77,134... 
28,54,134... 

54 

54 



54 

54 

5.54__. 
52, 132. 



131 

131 

52 

52 

52 

132 

54 

54, 134, X. 
161 



148. 



54.. 
131. 
148. 



54.. 
134. 
54.- 
54.. 
54_. 
148. 
54.. 



54, 134.. 

134 

X 

54 

54,134 

54,134 

38, 54, 77, 134. 

X 

54,134 



Produc- 
tion 



Pounds 
175, 640 



3, 241, 305 
29, 936 



60, 416 



2, 238, 308 



7, 384, 556 



401,210 



32, 437 



324, 438 



Sales 



Quantity 



Pounds 



757, 106 



777, 633 



306, 550 



Value 



$162, 779 



101, 271 



33, 964 



Unit 
value 



$0.22 



12 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Table 7. — Coal-tar intermediates: United States production and sales, 1935 — 

Continued 





Manufacturers' iden- 
tification numbers 
(according to list on 
p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Intermediates 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Ethvlbenzvl-m-toluidine sulfonic 


54, 7", 134 


Pounds 


Pounds 






acid. 


4 










Ethvl-b-naphthylamine 


54 










Ethvl phenazine 


4 










a-Ethvl-b-propvIaerylaniline 


148 












54, 134 












54, 134.. .. 










Ethyl-o-toluidine-p-sulfonic acid._ _ 


54... ... .. 










Kthyl-m-tnlvlenef1iaTnine 


4 . . 










Fast vellow L - . 


4- 










Fluorescein . _ - 


138, X 










Formanilide. (See Rubber chemi- 
cals.) 
Fumaric acid . 


X . 










Furoylaminodimetho.xy aniline 


161 . 










Gamma acid. (See 2-Amino-8- 

naphthol-6-sulfonic acid.) 
H acid. (See l-Amino-8-naphthol- 

3:6-disulfonic acid.) 
He.xachlorobenzene 


90_ .. . . 










2:1-2: 1-Hvdrazine dibromoanthra- 


54 . 










quinone. 
a-Hydroxvanthraquinone.-. 


5, 54 










1-Hvdro.v j-2:4-dianilido a n t h r a- 


54 










quinone. 
p-Hvdroxvdiphenvlamine.. . 


54 










p-Hydroxv-p-ethoxv diphenvlamine 


54 












54, 77, 134 . - - 


910, 754 


331, 966 


$370, 194 


$1.12 


l-Hydroxy-4-nitroanthraquinone 


54 


l-Hvdroxy-4-p-tolvl aminoanthra- 


54. .. ... .. 










quinone. 
Indamine __ _ 


4 . . . 










Indophenol (blue and green)... 


4, 54 










Isatin . _ - _-. 


134 










Isopropvl ester of p-toluidine sul- 


54 . ... . 










fonic acid. 
Iso resinduline_ . . .. . .-_ .. . 


54 










Iso violamhrone . 


5,54... . . . 










Laurent's acid. (See 1-Naphthyl- 

amine-5-sulfonic acid.) 
Lead trinitroresorcinate (lead styph- 


X 










nate). 
Leuco-l:4-dimethyldiaminoanthra- 


54 










quinone. 
Leuco quinizarin . . 


5, 54 










Maleic acid and anhydride . . 


7, 131, 134 










Malic acid _. . 


134 










Metanilic acid- _. . 


4, 38, 54, 134 . 


569, 037 








a-Methoxv anthraquinoue 


5 . 








Methoxvchlorobenzene diazoamino- 


161 










carboxy pyrrolidine. 
Methoxy omega sulfonic acid 


54 










Methylaminoanthraquinone . 


77 










1-Met hylamino-4-bromoanthraqui- 


54 










none. 
4-Methyl-4-aminodiphenylamine-2- 


77 










sulfonicaeid. 
l-Methylamino4- p-toluidine anthra- 


54 










quinonp. 
b-Methylanthraquinone.. 


28, 54 










2-Methvlbenzanthrone . . 


134- . .. . . 










2-Methyldiphenylether-2-diazoami- 


161 










no-b-hydroxy-a-carboxy pyrroli- 
dine. 
Methylene dianilide.. - 


X 










2-Methyl quinoline (quinaldine) 


122, 134 










Michler's hydrol. (See Tetrameth- 

yldiaminobenzhydrol.) 
Michler's ketone. (See Tetrame- 

thyldiaminobenzophenone.) 
Naphthalene, solidifying 79° C. or 

above (refined, flake). 
1:5-Naphthalene disulfonie acid 


17, 28, 48, 54, 171, 182, 
212. X. 

38,54, 77, 134 

54, 134, X 

X 


46, 564, 412 

197.299 
64, 723 


28, 760, 553 


1, 211, 547 


.04 


2:7-Xaphthalene disulfonie acid 








Naphthalene sodium sulfonate 









DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



13 



Table 7. — Coal-tar intermediates: United States production and sales, 1935 — 

Continued 





Manufacturers' iden- 
tification numbers 
(according to list on 
p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Intermediates 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Naphthalene sodium trisulfonate... 


77 


Pounds 


Pounds 






b-Xaphthalene sulfonic acid 


54, X 










Naphthalene-b-thioglycollic acid. ._ 


54 








Naphthionic acid. (See 1-Naph- 

thylaraine-4-sulfonic acid.) 
a-Naphthol 


38, 54, 77, 134 


923, 270 


556, 664- 


$295,582 


$0 53 


a-Naphthol-3:6-disulfonic acid 


38 




b-Naphthol, tech 


28, 134 










]-Naphthol-8-chloro-3:6-disulfonic 


134 










acid (chloro H acid). 
l-Naplithol-4-sulfonic acid (Nevile 


4,38,54, 134 










& Winther's acid). 
l-NaphthoI-5-sulfonic acid 


38, 54, 134 


91,850 








2-Naphthol sulfonic acid 


54 








2-Naphthol-6-sulfonic acid (Schaef- 

fer's acid). 
2-Naphthol-7-sulfonic acid 


4, 28, 38, 54, 77, 134.... 
38, 54, X 


173, 584 


16, 947 
19, 969 


7,105 
22,619 


.42 
1 13 


2-Naphthol-8-sulfonic acid- .. 


38 






2-Naphthol-3:6-disulfonicacid 

2-Naphthol-6:8-disulfonic acid 


38, 54, 77, 134, X 

38, 54, 77, 134 


582, 242 
1,243,511 


213,730 


82, 713 


.39 


Naphthsulton sulfonic acid 1:8:3 


38 








a-Naphthylamine. .- . - 


54, 77, 134. 


2,986,083 








a-Naphthvlamine disulfonic acid 


54 








b -Naphthylamine. 


38, 54, 134 


1,007,804 








1-Naphthvlamine sulfonic acid 


38 








(2:l:5and 2:1:7). 
l-Naphthvlamine-2-sulfonic acid 


54 










(o-naphthionic acid). 
l-Naphthvlamine-4-sulfonic acid 


38, 54, 134, X 










(naphthionic acid). 
l-Naphthylamine-5-sulfonic acid 


4,54, 77, 134 


159, 772 








(Laurent's acid). 
l-Naphthvlamine-6-sulfonic acid. .. 


54, 134 








l-Naphthylamine-6 and 7-sulfonic 


4, 38, 54 


148,921 








acid (Cleve's acid). 
1-Naphthy lamine-7-sulfonic acid 


54, 134 








l-Naphthv!amine-8-sulfonic acid.. . 


4, 54, 77, 134 


372,500 








1 - Naphthvlamine - 3:8 - disulfonic 


38, 54, 134 








acid. 
1 - Naphthvlamine - 4:8 - disulfonic 


38, 54, 134 


289,061 








acid. 
1 - Naphthvlamine - 2:3:6 - trisul- 


38 








fonic acid. 
1 - Naphthvlamine - 3:6:8 - trisul- 


54, 77, 134 


4,417,195 
834, 273 








fonic acid. 
2-Naphthvlamine-l-sulfonic acid 


4, 28, 38, 54, X 


434,011 


290, 765 


.67 


(Tobias acid). 
2-Naphthvlamine-6-sulfonic acid 


38, 54, 134 




(Broenner's acid). 
2-Naphthvlamine - 4:8 - disulfonic 


38, 54, 77, 134. 


101, 553 








acid. 
2 - Naphthylamine - 5:7 - disulfonic 


38,54, 134. 








acid. 
2 - Naphthvlamine - 6:8 - disulfonic 


38, 54, 134 










acil. 
2 - Naphthvlamine - 3:6:8 - trisul- 


134 










fouic acid. 
l-Naphthvlamino-2-carboxvlic acid 


54 










anthraquinone. 
p-Nitroacetanilide 


4, 38, 77 










Nitroacetoacetvlnaphthylamide .. 


161 - . 










4-Nitro-2-aminoanisole. 


134 










5-Nitro-2-aminoanisole 


54 










Nit 1 aminodiphenvlamine sulfonic 


4,5,54 










acid. 
Nitroaminophencl 


4,5,38,54,77,134 

134 . 


155, 844 








4-Nitro-4-amino-2-sulfodiphenylam- 








ine. 
o-Nitroaniline.- . . . 


131 










m-Nitrcaniline 


28,54,207 


98, 309 


92, 978 


52, 336 


.56 


p-Nitroaniline.. ._ 


131 




p-Nitroaniline-o-sulfonic acid 


38,54,77,134 


63, 213 








p-Nitro-o-anisidine 


54,77 








o-Nit."oanisole . 


54, 131 










p-Nitroanisole 


54, 131, 134 










Nitrobenzene 


28, 54, 131, 134, X 


48, 170, 999 


3, 045, 470 


230, 831 


.08 



14 



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Table 7. — Coal-tar intermediates: United States production and sales, 1935- 

Continued 





Manufacturers' iden- 
tification numbers 
(according to list on 
p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Intermediates 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Nitrobenzene sulfonic acid _ _ 


38,54,134 


Pounds 


Pounds 
37, 525 


$14, 831 


$0.40 


Nitrobenzene-2;5-disulfonic acid 


38 






p-Nitrobenzene J acid 


77 












54 










p-Nitrobenzoic acid . _ 


54 










m-Nitrobenzoyl chloride . 


54,90 










m-Nitrobenzoyl sulfonic acid 


5 










p-Nitrobenzoyl chloride 


54,90 










o-Nitrochlorobenzene _...-. 


131 










o-N itrochlorobenzene -p-sulfonic 


77, 134 










acid. 
m-Nitrochlorobenzene . . . . 


131 










p-Nitrochloro benzene 


54, 131, 207 










p-Nitrochlorobenzene - o - s u 1 f o n i c 


5, 28, 33, 54, 134 . 


227, 979 








acid. 
2-Nitro-4-chlorotoluene--- . . 


134 








Nitrocresol 


54 










m-iVi tro-p-cresol 


38 










Nitrocresolamine.-- 


77 










Nitrocresol methyl ether. 


54 










8-Nitro-l-diazo-2-naphthol-4-sulfonic 


77, 134, 166 . 










acid. 
l-Nitro-2-methvl anthraquinone 


54 










Nitronaphthalene 


54, 77, 134 . 










2-Nitronaphthalene-4:8-disulfonic 


38,77 










acid. 
o-Nitrophenetol-.. 


54 










o-Xitropheno! 


54,207 










p-Nitrophenol __ 


54.131 










Nitrophen vlmethylpyrazolone 


161 










Nitrosodiethy laniline . 


77 










Nitrosodimethvlaniline. - -.. 


5,77, 134 










Nitrosoethylbenzylaniline 


77 










Nitrosophenol 


28,38,54,60,77,134 

28, 54, 134 


554, 888 








Nitrotoluene 








o-Ni trotoluene. 


.54,134 










o-Nitiotoluene sulfonic acid..- 


5,38.. 










m-Nitrotoluene -.....-.. 


54 












54. 134 










p-Nitrotoluene-o-sulfonic acid 


4,38,54,77,134-. 


979, 982 
573, 539 








m-Nitro-p-toluidine ... 


28, 38, 54, 158, X 

54 


538, 866 


685, 700 


1 27 


p-Nitro-o-toluidine 




Nitro.xylene . 


54, 134 










Oxalyl-p-nitroaniline 


54, 77- 










Oxalyl-m-phenylened iamine 


54, 77, 134 


17, 104 








O.xal yl-p-phenylened iamine 


54, 77 








Oxydichlorobenzoyl benzoic acid 


134 










Oxyphenyl-b-naphthy Iamine - 


54 










Penta anthramide 


54, 77 










Phenazine .- 


4 










o-Phenetidine 


54, 131 










p-Phenetidine -.. 


28, 52, 54, 131 










PhenoL- 


17, 52, 110, 131, 171, X. 
38, 54, 134 


43, 418. 579 
59, 954 


34, 575, 389 


3, 430, 556 


.10 


Phenyl-2-aniino-5-n a p h t h o 1-7-sul- 




fonic acid (phenyl J acid). 
Phenyl-2-aniino-8-n ap h t h ol-6-sul- 


38, 54 








fonic acid (phenyl gamma a3id). 
Phenylammonium naphtholate 


28 










m-Phenylenediamine 


5, 28, 38, 54, 134, 166... 

38, 54, 77, 134 

28, 207. 


833, 854 
128, 235 








m-Phenylenediamine sulfonic acid.. 








p-Phenvlenediamine 








p-Phenylenediamine hydrochloride. 


61_ 










p-Phenylenediamine sulfonic acid . 


38, 77 . . 










Phenylglycine, sodium salt 


52, 54, 134 


6, 239, 742 








Phenylhydrazine and hydrochloride 


52, 161 








Phenylhydrazine-o-sulfonic acid 


77... 










Phenylhydrazine-p-sulfonic acid 


161, 191 










Phenyl malonic ester and deriva- 


1 










tives. 
Phenylmethylpyrazolone 


28, 32, 52, 54, 161, X... 










Phenyl-l-naphthylamine-8-sulfonic 


4,54,77, 134 

52 


305, 563 








acid. 
o-Phenylphenol 








p-Phenvlphenol.. 


52. 










Phthalamide ... 


54, X ... 










Phthalic acid and anhydride 


7, 54, 131, 134 


23,421,558 


17,931,662 


2, 105, 134 


.12 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



15 



Table 7. — Coal-tar intermediates: United States production and sales, 1935- 

Continued 





Manufacturers' iden- 
tification numbers 
(according to list on 
p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Intermediates 


Quantity 


Value 


rnit 
value 


Phthalvl chloride- 


131 


Pounds 


Pounds 








134 












54, 90, 176 












38, 54, 134 


211,093 










157 










161 












54 










Quinaldine. (See 2-Methyl quino- 
line.) 












134 












122 










Red KB, base 


77 












54,158 










Rhoduline acid (See 5:5-Dihv- 












droxy-7:7-disulfonic-2:2- d i n a p h - 
thylamine.) 


138 










Rubber cliemicals. (See Miscella- 
neous finished coal-tar products 
table 8.) 


52 












52, 54, 134 










Salicylic anilide (Shirlan) 

SchaefEer's acid. (See 2-Naphthol- 

6-sulfonic acid.) 
Silver salt. (See Anthraquinone-2- 

sodium sulfonate.) 


54 










54 












5 












52 












28, 54 












54 












52 












134, X 












5, 28, 38, 54, 120, 134, 

207. 
54 


2, 264, 567 
















p-Sulfo-o-henzoyl benzoic acid (sulfo 

BB acid). 

l-Sulfo-5-nitroanthraquinone 

Sulfophenylmethylpyrazolone 

Sulfophenylmethylpyrazolone car- 

bo.xylic acid. 


54 










54 










38, 54, 161 










161 










54, 134, 161 












52 










Tetraethyldiaminobenzophenone 
(ethyl ketone). 


54 










161 










Tetramethyldiaminobenzhydrol 

(Michler's hydrol). 
Tetramethyldianiinobenzophenone 

(Michler's ketone). 
Tetraraethyldiaminodiphenylme- 

thane. 
Tetramethyldiaminodiphenylme- 

thane sulfonate. 


54, 77 










54, 77, 134 










28, 54, 77, 122, 134, 161.. 
134 


680, 580 














4, 54 










Thiocarbanilide - - 


54, 134, 176 


244, 680 


138, 137 


$29, 918 


$0.22 




134 






38, 54, 134 


253, 221 










5, 38, 161 










131 












131 












131 












131 










p-Toluene sulfonic acid ethyl ester., 


5, 207 










28, 54 












28, 54, 134 - -. 












28, 54, 134 


121, 959 










54, 134 










54, 134 












5, 54 












4, 28 












28,54,77 


119,878 
974, 866 








m-Tolylenediamine 


28, 38, 54, 77, 134 

4, 54, 134 . 


287, 723 


179, 209 


.62 






p-Tolylenediamine sulfate. 


28 











16 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Table 7. — Coal-tar intermediates: United States production and sales, 1935 — ■ 

Continued 





Manufacturers' iden- 
tification numbers 
(according to list on 
p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Intermediates 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


p-Tolyl-b-naphthylamine 

Tolyl-l-naplithylamine-S-s u Ho n i c 
acid (tolyl peri acid). 


54 


Pounds 


Pounds 






77, 134 










52, 90 










2:4: 5-Triciilorophenol 


52 










2:4:5-Trichloro sodium phenate 

Tricresylpiiosphate and triphenyl- 


52 










52, 131, 147, X 


3, 335, 067 


3, 338, 675 


$696, 902 


$0.21 


pliosphate. 


54 






54, 134 












X 










acid). 


134 










Tripiienylpliosphate. (See Tricre- 
sylphosphate.) 


X 












54, X 












54, 134 










Xylidine (ortho and para) ._. 


28, 54, 134 

54, 134 


17, 774 








m-Xvlidine 








m-Xylidine acetate .. _ . 


134 












4, 54, 134 - . 












54, X 























Dyes and Other Finished Coal-Tar Products 



INTRODUCTION 

As in former reports, the finislied products derived from coal tar 
are here divided into the following groups: (1) Dyes, (2) color lakes 
and toners, (3) photographic chemicals, (4) medicinals, (5) flavors, 
(6) perfume materials, (7) resins, and (8) miscellaneous products. 
This classification is, of course, an arbitrary one, since many com- 
modities may be listed under two or more groups. Many of the 
finished products shown under group 8 would, under the Tariff Act, 
be classified as intermediates. Rubber chemicals, heretofore listed 
as intermediates, are shown under miscellaneous finished products. 

Data for color lakes and toners are completely revised and re- 
arranged. Comparisons with statistics published in former years 
therefore cannot be made. 

DYES 

The domestic production of dyes in 1935 was the highest for any 
year since 1929. The output totaled 101,932,661 pounds, with 
sales of 97,954,464 pounds valued at $51,488,361 — an average of 53 
cents per pound. Compared with 1934, production increased 17 
percent, sales volume increased 16 percent, and sales value 19 per- 
cent. Producers of coal-tar dyes in 1935 numbered 40 as compared 
with 43 in 1934. 

Increased production of practically all types except indigo is 
reported for 1935. The output of indigo has declined sharply in 
recent years, from 29,320,270 pounds in 1929 to 15,818,492 pounds 
in 1934 and to 13,614,238 pounds in 1935. 

Among the outstanding increases in production in 1935 were 
chrysoidine Y (Colour Index No. 20) more than 75 percent; orange G 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 17 

(Colour Index No. 27), 63 percent; victoria violet (Colour Index No. 
53), 130 percent; clu-ome blue black U (Colour Index No. 202), 60 
percent; developed black BHN (Colour Index No. 401), 24 percent; 
direct black EW (Colour Index No. 581), 27 percent; tartrazine (Colour 
Index No. 640), 54 percent; auramine (Colour Index No. 655), 30 per- 
cent; wool green S (Colour Index No. 737), 98 percent; primuline 
(Colour Index No. 812), 72 percent; direct fast yellow (Colour Index 
No. 814), 44 percent; anthraquinone blue black B (Colour Index No. 
1085), 92 percent; and antliraquinone vat violet RR (Colour Index 
No. 1104), 43 percent. 

Unclassified and new dyes also show increased output, the total 
recorded in 1935 being 11,622,503 pounds or 20 percent more than 
in 1934. Sales increased 21 percent by volume and 25 percent by 
value. The demand for dyes for acetate silk continues, as shown 
by an increase of 65 percent in production, 44 percent in sales volume, 
and 87 percent in sales value over the preceding year. This increase 
includes, however, certain dyes not classed as acetate silk dyes in 1934. 

COLOR LAKES AND TONERS 

A more detailed statistical study of the organic color lake and 
toner industry was made for 1935 than for any earlier year. The 
data for this group were obtained after consultation with the trade 
as to the methods of presentation which would be most useful. For 
the purposes of this report, the several groups of products may be 
defined as follows: 

Toners of full strength colors. — Organic pigments to which a substratum has 
not been added. 

Extended or reduced toners. — Toner pigments to which a substratum has been 
added. By toner pigment is meant a pigment which can be isolated and used 
commercially in the full strength or toner form. 

Lakes and extended colors. — Organic pigments prepared by precipitating a 
soluble dj^e on a substratum. 

Pulp colors. — On the dry basis and under the proper classification of toners or 
lakes. 

Colors flushed in oil and varnish. — Colors which have been transferred from an 
aqueous suspension or paste into a nonaqueous paste without drying. These 
were reported on the dry basis_and under the proper classification of toners or 
lakes. 

Statistics were furnished by 53 producers who reported a production 
in 1935 of 14,181,990 pounds of lakes and toners, and sales of 12,081,- 
885 pounds valued at $8,724,580. 

Lakes and extended colors accounted for 45 percent of the total 
production and for 46 percent of the volume and 34 percent of the 
value of sales. Peacock blue lakes were produced in greatest volume 
and Scarlet 2R lakes and Persian orange lakes in the next greatest. 

Tonere or full strength colors accounted for 43 percent of the total 
production and for 42 percent of the volume and 61 percent of the 
value of sales. Lithol toners were the most important tonnage prod- 
ucts, followed by para red toners and toluidine red toners. The 
production of phosphotungstic acid toners was 336,845 pounds. 

Reduced toners were the smallest group in volume of production 
and sales. Of these para red, toluidine red and lithol red accounted 
for 85 percent of the output and volume of sales and 73 percent of 
the value of sales. 



18 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

PHOTOGRAPHIC CHEMICALS 

Photographic chemicals were reported by nine firms in 1935. Pro- 
duction amounted to 1,170,216 pounds and sales to 967,541 pounds 
valued at $1,096,738. The increase of about 16 percent in sales over 
1934 is practically aU accounted for by hydroquinol and metol. The 
production of hydroquinol increased 19 percent in 1935 over the 
preceding year. 

MEDICINALS 

The 38 domestic producers of coal-tar medicinals in 1935 reported 
an output of 10,022,667 pounds and sales of 8,949,747 pounds valued 
at $8,371,901. Sales increased 9 percent in volume and 6 percent in 
value over 1934. Acetyl salicylic acid (aspirin) increased 9 percent 
in volume of sales, to 3,884,419 pounds, but the unit value of sales 
dropped 1 cent — from 57 cents in 1934 to 50 cents in 1935. Sales 
of phenobarbital totaled 74,627 pounds, or 10 percent higher than the 
preceding year. Increased sales are also showTi for arsphenamine 
neoarsphenamine, and phenolphthalein. Medicinals showing de- 
creased sales in 1935 were acetanilide USP, benzoic acid USP, 
cinchophen, and sulpho arsphenamine. 

FLAVORS 

The growing popularity of synthetic flavors is indicated by an 
increase in production of 16 percent, in sales volume of 22 percent, 
and in sales value of 9 percent. All of the well-kno\vn products in 
this group show substantial gains in sales in 1935. Methyl salicylate 
(artificial oil of wintergreen) increased 23 percent in sales volume; 
coumarin, 13 percent; vanillin, 4 percent; and ethly benzoate, 14 
percent. The average value per pound of sales of vanillin declined 
from $4.06 in 1933 to $3.36 in 1934 and to $2.98 in 1935. 

There were 14 domestic producers of flavors in 1935, the same num- 
ber as in 1934. 

PERFUME MATERIALS 

Perfume materials of coal-tar origin, on the whole, showed a decline 
in production of 5 percent in 1935 as compared wdth 1934. Sales 
volume declined 1 percent and sales value 2 percent. These decreases 
are largely accounted for by amyl cinnamic aldehyde, benzophenone, 
musk ketone, and phenylethyl alcohol. Increased production is 
reported for benzyl acetate, cinnamic aldehyde, diamyl phthalate, 
musk ambrette, musk xylol, and phenylethyl acetate. 

There were 27 makers of perfume materials in 1935, or 3 more than 
in 1934. 

RESINS OF COAL-TAR ORIGIN 

Synthetic resins of coal-tar origin continue to increase in volume, 
variety, and scope of application. In 1935 the production of net 
resin reached the all-time peak of 90,913,162 pounds (not including 
filler, etc.), an increase of 62 percent over 1934. Sales volume in- 
creased 52 percent and sales value 26 percent. Average sales value 
per pound of all coal-tar resins- decreased from 23 cents in 1934 to 19 
cents in 1935. 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 19 

The alkyd resins, principally those derived from phthalic anhy- 
dride, increased 125 percent in output as compared with 1934, These 
resins are finding widespread application in protective and decorative 
coatings and finishes on metal and wood. 

Resins derived from tar acids increased 30 percent in volume of 
output and cast phenolic resins 12 percent over the preceding year. 

Certain of the new resins were produced in greatly increased 
quantities in 1935. Production in 1935 was 3,623,215 pounds as 
compared with 176,677 pounds in 1934. This group included resins 
derived from maleic anhydride, styrol, and high boiling tar acids. 
The statistics for these types are combined because the data on the 
individual types can not be published without revealing confidential 
information. 

The 55 makers of synthetic resins of coal-tar origin furnished pro- 
duction and sales figures by principal application. It was found, 
however, that these data could not be published, even as a whole, 
without disclosing the activities of individual firms. Of the total 
net resin produced in 1935, about 53 percent was consumed in the 
manufacture of paints, varnishes, and lacquers and 21 percent in 
molded articles. Approximately two-thirds of the consumption in 
paints, varnishes, and lacquers were alkyd resins, and one-third was 
tar acid resins. 

MISCELLANEOUS PRODUCTS 

The finished coal-tar products grouped under this heading have 
a wide range of applications ; they are listed here because they do not 
properly belong in any of the preceding groups. If imported, most 
of them would be classified as intermediates under paragraph 27 of the 
Tarift' Act of 1930. Not being intermediates in the accepted definition 
of that term, they are listed here, beginning in 1935, as finished 
products. The group as a whole probably reflects, to a greater ex- 
tent than any other, the intensive research and development work 
carried on by the coal-tar products industry. Both production and 
sales of these materials increased materially in 1935 as compared with 
1934. 

Rubber chemicals are the most important of the commodities 
included in this group both in quantity of production and in types 
produced. These may be divided into two groups: (1) Accelerators 
and (2) antioxidants. In 1935 the output of rubber accelerators of 
coal-tar origin totaled 12,675,791 pounds, with sales of 8,619,417 
pounds valued at $3,786,809; the production of rubber antioxidants 
amounted to 11,205,100 pounds, with sales of 7,770,235 pounds valued 
at $2,674,792. Diphenylguanidine increased 18 percent in volume and 
value of sales, to 1,290,044 pounds valued at $428,328, as compared 
with 1934. 

Naphthol AS and derivatives declined in production 5 percent, 
in sales volume 9 percent, and in sales value 3 percent in 1935 as 
compared with the preceding year. The diazo salts and the rapido- 
gene colors increased appreciably in output in 1935. 

Synthetic tanning materials show substantial gains in production 
and sales. Textile assistants increased 6 percent in production, 14 
percent in sales volume, and 25 percent in sales value. 



20 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Table 8. — Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: 

sales, 1935 



United States production and 



[The numbers in the third column refer to the numbered alphabetical list of manufacturers printed on 
p. 90 An X signifies that the manufacturer did not consent to the publication of his identification 
number with the designited product. A blank in the fourth column indicates that the production 
figures cannot be published without revealins information in regard to the output of individual firms. 
A blank in the fifth and sixth columns indicates that the sales of the corresponding product cannot be 
published without revealing information in regard to the individual firms. The figures thus concealed 
are, however, included in the total] 



Colour 


Name of product 


Manufacturers' iden- 
tification numbers 
(according to list on 
p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Index 
No. 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 




Total finished coal-tar 
products.! 

Classified Dyes 

NITROSO DYES 

Fast printing green 

Naphthol green 

NITRO DYES 

Naphthol yellow S 

A7.0 DYES 

Monoazo Dyjn 

Acid yellow G 

Spirit vellow R 




Pounds 
272,727,765 


Pound < 
230,381,074 


*98, 79 1,966 


$0.43 




77 




2 










5 


4,28 










10 


28, 38, 134 










16 


5 










17 


5,28,46,71, 134 

5, 28,46, 71, 77, 134 

28, 16, 77, 134 


41,403 
26, 684 


42, 213 

22,991 


36,472 
15, 514 


86 


19 
2U 


Butter yellow 

Chrysoidine Y.-. 


.67 


21 


Chrysoidine R 

Oil orange 


28, 77, 134 










23 


46 










24 
26 


Sudan I 

Croceine orange 


5, 28, 46, 54, 71, 77, 134. 
5, 38, 134 - .-. 


240, 615 


224, 722 


112,442 


.50 


27 
29 


Orange G .- 

Chromotrope 2R ._ 

Fast acid fuchsine B_ 


28,38, 54, 77, 134 

54, 134 


197,810 


170, 186 


82,446 


.48 


30 


5, 134 










31 
36 


Amido naplithol red G 

Chrome vellow 2Q 


4,5,28,38,54,77, 134 _. 
5, 28, 38, 68, 77 . . _. 


351,912 

188, 058 
77, 079 


328, 563 
194, 136 

74, 708 


112,208 
79, 994 
40,414 


.34 
41 


40 
62 


Chrome yellow R 

JVIordant yellow 4G 


4, 5, 28, 38, 68, 77, 197. 
5,38 


.54 


53 
54 


Victoria violet 

Lanafuchsine... .. _ ... _ 


28,38,54,77, 134 

X 


145, 821 


109,011 


66, 936 


.61 


55 


Azo coralline 

Chromotrope 6B 

Amido naphthol red 6B 

Toluidine red RL--. 


77 - 










56 


38. 134 










57 
69 


4, 5, 28, 38, 54, 77, 134.. 
185- - -. 


183, 746 


201, 660 


104,411 


.52 


73 
79 
81 


Sudan II 

Ponceau 2R 

Oi! brown 

Acid brown 3R 

Double ponceau R 

Bordeuix B 

Chromotrope lOB 

Chrome brown R 


5, 28, 46,71, 77, 134 

5, 28, 38, 54, 77, 134, X. 
77 


14, 594 
241,407 


18, 498 
249, 998 


17, 213 
99, 538 


.93 
.40 


83 


X 










84 


77 










88 
90 


4, 5,28,38, 54, 77, 1.34.. 
54 


68, 949 


71, 561 


33, 300 


.47 


98 


38, 77 










101 


Chromate brown B 

Acid chrome brown R 

Chrome flavine G 

.\zo eosine Q 

Eosamine G 

Chrome yellow 5G 

Direct pink E2GN 

Direct pink 


28,36, 166 










105 


4,54 










110 


77 










114 


54 










119 


54 










122 


38 










126 


54 










128 


134.. 










130 


Direct pink EBN 

Metanil yellow __ 


54 










138 


5, 38, 54, 77, 134 


528, 267 


575, 532 


276, 472 


48 


142 


Methyl oranee 


54 




145 


Azo flavine 2R 












146 


Azo yellow 


5,77,134 










148 


Resorcin yellow 


4,28,134 










151 


Orange II- _. 


28, 38, 77, 134, X 










153 


Azo fuchsine G 


77 










156 


Permanent orange R 


5,68,122 ... . . 


6,686 


6,859 


8,456 


1 23 


160 


Hansa rubine 


77 




161 


Orange R. . 


28,54,134 










163 


Lake red 4B 


38,54,134 











' Does not include resins derived from coumarone and indene. 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



21 



Table 8. 



-Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production and 
sales, 1935 — Continued 





Name of product 


Manufacturers' iden- 
tification numbers 
(according to list on 
p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Index 
No. 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


165 


Classified Dyes— Contd. 

Azo DYES— continued 

Monoazo J>j/es— Continued 

Lake red C (100 percent) 

Acid chrome brown B 

Acid chrome garnet R 

Chrome violet R 

Chrome black PV 


28 54 68 


Pounds 


Pou nds 






167 


134 










168 


38,77.134 


32, 277 


27, 956 


$23, 279 


$0.83 


169 


38 134 




170 


77,134 










172 


Acid alizarine black R 

Fast red A _. __ 


77 










176 


28.38.54,77,134 

5.38,54,77, 134 


120, 126 
139, 905 
117,458 


96, 724 
133, 716 
98, 401 


48. 347 
67. lis 
48, 991 


.50 


179 


Azo rubine 

Fast red VR 


.50 


180 


28,38,77,134 


.50 


183 


Croceine scarlet 3BX 

Amaranth 

Cochineal red 


38 




184 


5, 28, 38, 77. 134 . 


26, 828 


25, 843 


13, 245 


.51 


185 


28. 38, 77, 134 




189 


Like red R 


38, 54, 185 










195 


Mordant yellow 

Chrome vellow RN 


38 134 










197 


5,134 










201 


Chronie blue black B 

Chrome blue black U 

Chrome black T 


.38,54 134 










202 


38, 54, 77, 134 


1, 787, 228 


1, 750, 769 


503, 332 


.29 


203 


38,77,134 




204 


Chrome black A 


38,77,134,166 

4,54,77,134 


156, 774 
121, 659 








208 


Fast aci.i blue R.- 


127.832 
27, 549 


68, 571 
18, 403 


.54 


209 


Fast acid blue B 


54,77,134 


.67 


214 


Lake red D 


185 






216 


Chrome red B. 


4,38,54,77,134,217 




89, 913 


45, 159 


.50 


219 




X 






225 


Direct pink R 


54 










234 
235 


Disazn Dyes 
Resorcin brown B 

Resorcin dark brown 

Acid chrome brown G 

Acid black lOB 

Acid dark green A 


4, 5, 28, 38, 54, 77, 134, 

216. 
4 5 28 46 77 134 


350, 908 


327, 741 


176, 752 


.54 


238 


54 










246 
247 


4, 5, 28, 38, 54, 77, 134, 

216. 
38,46,54 


1, 290, 884 


1,190,889 


.539,479 


.45 


248 


Sudan G 


5 










249 


Cloth red R 


38 










252 
256 


Brilliant croceine 

Cloth red 3G 


28,38,64,77,134.. 

5-1 


452, 575 


431,671 


306,993 


.71 


258 


Sudan IV 


38 46 54 71 134 










262 


Cloth red 2B 


5,38,77, 134 


24,837 


24,964 


17,006 


.68 


267 


Neutral gray O 

Fast acid black R 


36 54 




271 


77 










274 


Milling orange G 


4, 5, 28, 38 




26, 472 

14,315 

127. 864 


19,150 

12,911 

244, 416 


.73 


275 

278 
280 


Cloth scarlet G 

Direct fast red 8BL. . 
Scarlet EC 


5,28,38,54.x 

4.5,28,36,54,134,216... 
5 134 


12, 570 
146, 921 


.90 
1.91 


288 


Fast cyanine G 

Fast cyanine oR 


4,36,77,134 . 




47, 967 
605, 448 


34, 103 
353,057 


.71 


289 


4,36,54,77,134 


630, 077 


.58 


294 


Acid black B 


134 




299 


Chrome black F 


38,54,77,134... 


202,681 


172, 023 
17, 633 

""274,726' 


89. 617 
14:314 

" 180,' 788' 


.52 


302 


Chrome blue green B 

Fast acid black N2B 


4, 54, 77 


.78 


304 


38.54,77 

4.36,54,77,134 


'282,' 803" 




307 


Fast cyanine black B 

Naphthylamine black D 

Developed bine N A 

Developed blue B .. 

Direct fast heliotrope 2B 

Developed brilliant oranee 

OR. 
Direct fast scarlet 


.66 


308 


77 




316 


54 77 134 










317 
319 


54 77 134 










54 77 











324 


54 77 161 






326 


38,54,77,134 


511,806 


466, 962 


459, 832 


.98 


397 


Direct fast scarlet 4BS 

Bismarck brown 

Bismarck brown 2R 


38 77 




331 


28.54.77,134 


81. 988 
641,121 


76. 242 
598, 289 


29,895 
220, 108 


.39 


332 


4,28,38,54,77,134 

5,77 


.37 


336 


Acid chrome black F 




343 


Chrome fast yellow C. _. 

Direct fast yellow 5GL _ 

Direct fast pink 2BL 

Paper yellow 


4 










54 










353 


28 54 134 




16.683 
187. 207 


29. 806 
139, 164 


1.79 


364 


28,54.77,134 


176, 758 


.74 


365 


54,77.134 


. 


370 


Coneo red 


54.134 










374 


Direct orange TA 


134 










375 


Congo corinth G 


4.5,28,54,134,216 

38, X 


183,852 


174, 444 


117,884 


.68 


376 






382 


Direct scarlet B 


5,28,38,77, 134, 216, X.. 
38 


178, 450 


167, 273 


158, 174 


.9.5 


385 


Direct violet 





22 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Table 8.- 



-Dyes and other finished coal-tar -products: United States production and 
sales, 1935 — Continued 



Colour 


Name of product 


Manufacturers' iden- 
tification numbers 
(according to list on 
p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Index 
No. 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


387 


Classified Dyes— Contd. 

Azo DYES— continued 

Disazo Dj/es— Continued 

Direct violet B 


4, 38, 54, 134 


Pounds 


Pounds 
42, 644 
73, 485 


$26, 678 
63, 024 


$0.63 


394 


Direct violet N 


28,38,54,77,134 

5 


77, 486 


.86 


395 


Developed black RO 




401 
405 


Developed black BHN 

Direct cyanine R 


5,28,38,54,77, 134, 216- _ 
134.. 


2, 136, 124 


2,176,613 


726, 477 


.33 


406 


Direct blue 2B 


4, 5, 28, 38, 46, 54, 77, 

134, 216. 
54 


996, 490 


988, 129 


237, 960 


.24 


409 


Direct oranse DB. . . 




410 


Chrysamine G. . 


4, 54,X .. 










411 


Cresotine yellow G 


28, 38, 134, 216 


41, 438 


36, 021 


15, 436 


.43 


415 


Direct orange R 


38, 54, 77 




419 


Direct fast red F 


4, 5, 28, 38, 54, 77, 134, 

216. 
4, 5, 28, 38, 54, 77, 134, 

216. 
4, 28, 216 


264, 531 
368, 030 


231, 120 
410, 922 


155, 962 
203, 182 


.67 


420 


Direct brown M 


.49 


423 


Direct brown B 




430 


Polar red G. 


36, 38, 54, 134, 161, X.. 

54-.. . 


67, 450 








431 


Acid chrome red.-. 








436 


Direct brilliant red 8B 

Chrome fast yellow RD 

Milling red 2G 


38 










441 


77.. 










443 


4, 5, 28, 36, 38, X 

134 


4,694 


9,691 


9,136 


94 


446 


Direct 01 ange RT . .. 




448 


Benzopurpurine 4B 


38,54,134.. - 


516, 644 


492, 025 


241, 285 


.49 


464 


Direct blue R. 


54 




468 


Direct mauve B 


134 










471 


Direct blue 3R 


38,134 . . 










472 


Direct blue BX.. 


38, 51, 134 


49, 540 


26, 430 
85, 996 
51, 535 
37, 335 
19. 687 
91, 172 


12, 379 
28,228 
34, 159 
29, 757 
17, 107 
62, 759 


47 


477 


Direct blue 3B 


4, 5, 38, 46 54 134 


.33 


478 


Direct orange G.. 


5, 38, 77, 134 ' 




66 


487 


Acid milling red B 


4,5,28,36,77,161 

38, 54, 134 


33, 800 


80 


495 


Benzopurpurine lOB 


.87 


502 


Direct a7,urine G ... 


38,54,134 

54 . 


95, 666 


69 


508 


Direct brilliant blue G 

Direct blue RW 




512 


5, 38, 54, 77, 134 


228, 211 


240, 709 


176, 079 


.73 


515 


Direct blue B ... 


4,134 




518 


Direct pure blue 6B 


5, 38, 54, 77, 134 


364, 266 
73, 637 


440, 886 
87, 826 


332, 694 
46, 915 


.75 


520 


Irisazo Dyes 
Direct pure blue. 


4,28,38,54,77,134 

54... 


53 


533 


Direct fast blue FR 




539 


Direct fast black FF 


38,54,77,134 

36,77 


375, 359 


379, 848 


184, 827 


49 


545 


Plutoform black L 




552 


Diazo black RS 


54, 134 










561 


Direct brown BT 


4,54, 134, 161,216, X.... 
38 


171, 640 


140, 244 


165, 130 


1. 18 


567 


Direct fast blue R 




576 


Direct fast blue B 


38,54, 134 ... 




113,924 


158, 623 


1.39 


577 


Direct brown T2G 

Direct black EW 


28 






581 


28,38,54,77,134.216 

4, 28, 38, 54, 77, 134, 216. 
4, 5, 28, 38, 54, 77, 134, 

216. 
4,28,38,54,77,134,216.. 
54 


7, 919, 163 

747, 862 
79, 607 

79, 132 


7, 387, 072 
653, 439 

65, 849 

66, 092 


1, 920, 496 

219, 754 

27, 221 

22, 860 


26 


582 


Direct black RX 


34 


583 


Direct green ET 


41 


589 


Chloramine green B 


35 


590 


Direct steel blue G 

Direct green B 

Direct green G 




593 
594 


4, 5, 28, 38, 54, 77, 134, 

166. 216. 
4,38,54,134,216 

77 - 


621, 785 
65, 147 


610, 122 
70, 163 


215, 647 
28, 319 


.35 
.40 


595 


Direct olive G. 




696 
598 


Direct brown 3G0 

Congo brown G 


4, 5, 28, 38, 46, 54, 77, 
134, 216. 

5, 38, 54, 77, 134, X 


728, 491 


776, 481 


266, 121 


.34 


601 


Congo brown R 


54 . 










606 


Tefrakisazo Dyes 
Direct brown G.. 


28, 46, 77, 216 


21,831 


20, 088 


17, 299 


85 




Total classified azo dyes 

STILBENE DYES 

Direct yellow R 








34, 548, 184 


33, 573, 850 


14, 571, 697 


.43 




4, 38, 54, 77, 134 




620 


243, 980 

121,864 


276, 216 
111,044 


109, 055 

72, 747 


39 


621 


Chloramine orange G 

Stilbene yellow. 


4,28,54,77,134. 


.66 


622 


28,38,54,77 





DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



23 



Table 8. — Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production and 

sales, 1935 — Continued 



Colour 


Name of product 


Manufacturers' iden- 
tification numbers 
(according to list on 
p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Index 
No. 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


631 


Classified Dyes— Contd. 

PYRAZOLONE DYES 

Direct chrysoine Q 


38 


Pounds 


Pounds 






636 


Fast light yellow 2G 


54,77,134,161 


70, 422 


76, 335 


$82, 048 


$1.07 


639 


Fast light yellow 


36,38,54,134,161 




640 


Tartrazine 


5, 28, 77, 134, 161, X 

5,28,36,38,54,77,134... 
5,134,161 


660, 132 
137, 749 


622, 584 
150, 396 


412, 131 
136, 053 


66 


652 


Chrome red B... 


.90 


653 


Pyrazol orange G 




654 


Developed fast yellow 2G 

Total pyrazolone dyes.. 


54.. 
























1, 195, 667 


1, 153, 558 


909, 105 


.79 




KETONIMINE DYES 

Auramine 


28,54,122,134 




655 


757, 506 


787, 564 


680, 744 


.86 


657 


TEIPHENYLMETHANE AND DI- 
PHENYLNAPHTHYLMETHANE 
DYES 

Malachite green... 

Rhoduline blue 6Q 


28,57,134 




658 


77,134 










662 


Brilliant green 


28 










666 


Acid green B. . 


28,38,54,77,134 

28,77,134 . .. 


70, 496 


65,379 


67, 816 


1.04 


667 


Fast acid green B 




670 


Acid light green 


54,77 










671 


Acid glaucine blue 

Para fuchsine 


54,134 










676 


138, X,X. 

28,38, X 


14, 774 


12, 735 


23, 399 


1.84 


677 


Magenta 




680 
681 


Methyl violet and base 

Crystal violet 


28, 54, 57, 77, 89, 134, X.. 
54, 77, 134 


821, 136 


769, 293 


519, 094 


.67 


682 


Ethvl violet 


54,77 . .. 










691 


Fast green bluish 


5 










695 


Acid violet 4BN.. 


28 










696 


Fast acid violet lOB 


54,122. 










698 


Acid violet 


36.38,54,77,134 

134 


205, 680 


234, 239 


219, 748 


.94 


699 


Acid fast violet BG 




703 


Alkali blue 6B ... 


138 










704 


Alkali blue 


X 










705 


Methyl blue 


138 










706 


Methyl cotton blue 


138 










707 


Soluble blue 


28,77,X 


75, 297 


62, 181 


102, 247 


1.64 


710 


Brilliant sky blue 5Q 


77 




712 


Patent blue.. 


77,134 










714 


Patent blue A .. 


77, 134 










720 


Eriochrome azurol B 

Eriochrome cyanine R 

Aurine. 


134, X 










722 


134 










724 


54. • 










728 


Victoria blue R . . 


54,77 










729 




54, 77, 134 










735 


Naphthalene green V 

Wool green S. 


54, 122, 134. 










737 


28,54,77. . 


218, 575 


193, 504 


103, 170 


.53 




Total triphenylmeth- 
ane and diphenyl- 
naphthyl methane 
dyes. 

XANTHENE DYES 

Rhodamine B._ 








3,257,989 


2, 993, 754 


3, 245, 746 


1.08 




54,122. 




749 










752 


Rhodamine 6G 


54, 122 










758 


Fast acid violet .4.2R 


X 










759 


Acid rosamine A 


X 










766 


Uranine . 


5, 28, X 










768 


Eosine . 


5, 28, 134, 138, X 

102, 138, X,X 


127, 460 
201, 710 


106, 168 
209, 224 


141. 170 
241, 757 


1.33 


768 


Tetrabromofluorescein 
(bromo acid). 


1.16 


773 


28 138 




774 


Phlo.xine B 


138 










777 


138 










779 




28 












Total xanthene dyes 














714, 569 


725, 728 


844, 482 


1.16 











24 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

Table 8. — Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production and 

sales, i 955— Continued 





Name of product 


Manufacturers' iden- 
tification numbers 
faccording to list on 
p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Index 

No. 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


788 


Classified Dyes— Contd. 

ACRIDINE DYES 


77,161 


Pounds 


Pounds 






793 




28,38,54,77,134,161.... 
161 


120, 456 


140, 951 


$87, 390 


$0.62 


794 


Phosphine 2G . 




797 


Eucbrysine 


77,161. 










801 


QUINOLINE DYES 

Quinoline yellow 


54,122,134. 










812 


THIAZOLE DYES 

Primuline 


38,54,134 


194, 882 


217, 609 


96, 467 


.44 


813 


Direct pure yellow M 

Direct fast yellow. . 


54. 




814 


38,54,134,157.. 


366, 766 


354, 839 


337, 441 


.95 


815 


Thioflavine T 


54- 




816 


Direct brilliant flavine S 

AZINE DYES 

Wool fast blue GL . 


157 










833 


54, 77, 134, X 


80, 194 
239, 917 


75, 550 
220, 345 


121,507 
257, 685 


1.61 


841 


Safranine - - 


28, 54, 134 


1.17 


853 


Acid cyanine BF 


77 ._ 




860 


Induline (spirit-soluble) 

Induline (water-soluble) 

Nigrosine (spirit-soluble) 

Nigrosine (water-soluble) 

Total azine dyes ., 


28,77,134 










861 


28,77,134 




47, 262 

845, 378 

1, 250, 077 


34, 323 
264, 870 
450, 223 


.73 


864 


28,77, 134 


836, 879 
1,317,888 


.31 


865 


28,77,134 


.36 










2, 609, 658 


2, 523, 759 


1, 177, 581 


.47 


871 


ANILINE BLACK AND ALLIED 
DYES 

Diphenyl black base 


77 

28,54,161 




873 


New fast ^ray 










875 


Fur black 


28.77 

28,217 










883 


OXAZINE DYES 

Gallocyanine 










909 


Cotton blue 

Nile blue BX 

THIAZFNE DYES 

Methylene blue 


5,28,134 


64, 297 


65, 012 


83, 953 


1.29 


913 


77 




922 


28,54,57,77,134 










924 


Methylene green B 

SULFIDE DYES 

Carbazole vat blue R 

Carbazole vat blue G 

Sulfur black 


28 '..- 










969 


54... 


(-) 

(2) 

12,067.262 

1,620.154 

1, 672, 049 

123,001 

622, 678 

94, 856 








971 


54 . .... 










28,47,54,77,134 

4,28,38,54,77,95,134... 
28,38,47,54,77,95,134.. 

4,28,54,77,95,134 

4,54,77,134 

28,47,54,77,134 

38,54,77,134 


12,360,624 

1,433,780 

1,698,020 

148, 109 

567,14! 

100,414 


2,011,912 
616,504 

489, 348 

107, 863 

298, 033 

34, 012 


.16 




Sulfur blue 

Sulfur brown 

Sulfur green 


.43 
.29 
.73 




Sulfur maroon . - 


.53 




Sulfur olive 

Sulfur orange 

Sulfur tan _. 


.34 




4,28,38,47,54,77,95.... 

4,28,54,77,95,134 

4,28 


325, 122 
227, 334 


322, 836 
215. 026 


91,843 
88, 618 


.28 




Sulfur yellow 

Other sulfur colors 

Total sulfide dyes 


.41 
















16,949,143 


17,009,957 


3, 798. 351 


.22 




ANTHRAOUINONE DYES 

Alizarin 


28,134 




1027 










1034 


Alizarin red S 

Ali7.arin brown 

Alizarin red PS 

Alizarin SX 

Acid alizarin blue SE 

Acid alizarin blue B 


5, 28, 134 










1035 


134,217 . 










1037 


77 










1040 


134 










1053 


54,77 










1054 


54,77,134.217 


426, 416 


507, 138 


861, 181 


1.70 



2 Totals not included under sulfide dyes. In the dyes classified by method of application, these 2 dyes are 
included in the vat dyes. 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



25 



Table 8. — Dyes and othef finished coal-tar products: United States production and 

sales, 1935 — Continued 



Colour 


Name of product 


Manufacturers' iden- 
tification numbers 
(according to list on 
p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Inde.x 
No. 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


1059 


Classified Dyes— Contd. 

ANTHRAQUINONE DYES— COn. 

Anthracene blue WG 

Anthracene blue SWGG 

Anthracene blue WR 

Anthracene blue WRS 

Alizarin irisol R._ _ 


13 


Pounds 


Pounds 






1060 


36 










1062 


36 










1063 


13 










1073 


5, 13, 54 










1075 


Alizarin astrol B . . ._. 


54, 77 










1076 


Cyananthrol R 


54 .. . 










1078 
1080 


Alizarin cyanine green E 

Acid anthraqumone violet B_ 
Anthraquinone blue black B 
Acid anthra(iuinone blue B. _ 
Acid alizarin rubine. ._. 

Total anthraquinone 
dyes. 

anthraquinone vat dyes 
(single strength) 

Anthraquinone vat yellow 

QC. 
Anthraquinone vat golden 

orange G. 
Anthraquinone vat golden 

orange R. 
Anthraquinone vat scarlet G. 
Anthraquinone vat dark blue 

BO. 
Anthraquinone vat jade 

green. 
Anthraquinone vat green B 

and black. 
Anthraquinone vat violet 

RR. 
Anthraquinone vat blue RS. 
Anthraquinone vat blue 3G__ 
Anthraquinone vat blue 

GCD. 
Anthraquinone vat blue BCS. 
Anthraquinone vat yellow G 
Anthraquinone vat "brown B. 
Anthraquinone vat scarlet R. 
Anthraquinone vat yellow 

GK. 
Anthraquinone vat red FF_. 
Anthraquinone vat brilliant 

violet B. 
Anthraquinone vat brilliant 

violet R. 
Anthraquinone vat olive R... 
Anthraquinone vat brown R. 
Anthraquinone vat brown G. 
Anthraquinone vat golden 

yellow GK. 
Anthraquinone vat red violet 

RRN. 
Anthraquinone vat red BN_, 
Anthraquinone vat violet 

BNX. 
Anthraquinone vat orange R_ 
Anthraquinone vat yellow 3G 
Anthraquinone vat blue 

green FFB. 

Total anthraquinone 
vat dyes. 

INDIGOID AND THIOINDIGOID 
DYES 

Indigo, synthetic, 20% paste.. 


4,5,13,54,77,134,217.. 
13,54 


89, 083 


82, 141 


$162, 320 


$1.98 


1085 
1088 


13,54,77,134,217. _ 

5,54,77,134. 


237,811 


252, 567 


367, 125 


1.45 


1091 


54,77 
























1, 339, 614 


1, 452, 755 


2,124,419 


1.46 




54, 77 




1095 










1096 


28, 54, 77, 134 


168, 069 


133, 350 


198. 147 


1.49 


1097 


28, 54, 134. . 




1098 


134 










1099 


28, 54, 77, 134, 157... 










1101 


54 . 










1102 


28, 54, 77, 134, 157 










1104 
1107 


5, 28, 54, 77, 134 

54, 77... 


271, 231 


227, 254 


390, 370 


1.72 


1109 


54 










1113 


52, 54, 77, 134. 


668,597 

553, 448 
255, 395 


616,883 

519, 395 
230, 276 


376, 506 

598, 206 
207, 565 


.61 


1114 


5, 54, 77, 134 


1.15 


1118 


52, 54, 77, 134 


.90 


1120 


54 




1129 


77 










1132 


5, 54 










1133 


54 










1134 


54 










1135 


54 










1150 


54, 77, 134 










1161 


54, 77, 134 . 










1152 


54, 77, 134 










1159 


77 










1161 


54, 77 










1162 


54, 134.... 










1163 


54 










1169 


54 . 










1170 


54 . 










1173 


54, 134 


























4,894,117 


5, 572, 137 


1.14 




52, 54, 134.. 






1177 


13, 614, 238 


14,051,451 


2, 452, 243 


.17 


1178 


134 




1180 




54, 134 










1183 


Tribromindigo RB 


52 










1184 


Bromindigo blue 2B, 2BD_-. 
Vat brilliant indigo 4G 


52, 77, 134 










1189 


54 











26 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Table 8. — Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production and 

sales, 1935 — Continued 



Colour 
Index 
No. 



1210 
1212 
1217 
1222 
1228 
1229 



22 

61 

80 

150 

184 

640 

666 

670 

773 

1180 



Name of product 



Classified Dyes— Contd. 



INDIGOID AND THIOINDIGOID 

DYES — continued 



Vat brilliant pink R. 

Vat red 3B 

Vat orange R 

Vat violet BR 

Vat scarlet G 

Vat red R 



FOOD DYES 



Yellow AB 

Yellow OB 

Ponceau 3R 

Orange I 

Amaranth 

Tartrazine 

Guinea green B 

Light green SF (yellowish) _ 

Erythrosine 

Indigo disulfonic acid 

Brilliant blue FCF — 

Fast green FCF 

Ponceau SX 

Sunset yellow FCF 



Total food dyes 

Total classified dyes. 



Manufacturers' iden- 
tification numbers 
(according to list on 
p. 90) 



77 

52, 54, 77, 134 

28, 54, 77, 134, X. 

54 

52 

52 



134.. 
134_. 
109, 
109, 
109, 
109, 
134, 
134, 
109, 
134 
134, 



134, 191 

134, 191, 209. 
134, 191, 209. 

134, 191 

209 

209 

134 



209,. 



209 

134, 191, 209. 



Produc- 
tion 



Pounds 



78, 058 
314. 697 



41, 287 
74, 368 
69, 953 
75, 930 



23, 348 



323, 918 



Sales 



Quantity 



Pounds 



77, 220 
318, 637 



39, 984 
70, 906 
71, 834 
79, 403 



3,206 



22, 375 



329, 615 



90,310,158 87,424,890 40,276,222 



Value 



$87, 194 
471, 909 



180, 115 
151, 145 
173,940 
189, 740 



32, 713 



51,619 



966, 850 



Unit 
value 



$1.13 
1.48 



4.50 
2.13 
2.42 
2.39 



10.20 



2.31 
2.93 
.46 



Name of product 



Manufacturers' identifi- 
cation numbers (ac- 
cording to list on p. 90) 



Produc- 
tion 



Sales 



Quantity Value 



Unit 
value 



Unclassified Dyes 



Acetate silk dyes,' total 

Black (BDN, GD, III, IV, IV 

dbl., IV O dbl.). 
Blue (A, BB, B cone, G, 3G, R, 

BR, R supra, 5RB, III, IV, V, 

VII, XII, XIII). 

Bordeaux 

Brilliant blue cone 

Brilliant red (cone, 2B) 

Brilliant sky blue Q 

Brilliant yellow W 

Brown (AN, BR, Y) 

Cellitazole (AZ, BN, BZ, STN). 

Cerise 

Developed black, (AS, AD, 

BAM, GA, LF cone, SJ, W). 

Developed navy blue RD 

Direct blue 

Direct orange R 

Direct red YC_. 

Direct yellow QA 

Fast black (B, BTN) 

Fast blue 2RA 

Fast blue green BG 

Fast light vellow cone 

Fast navy blue (B, BR) 

Fast orange 2R supra 

Fast pink B 

Fast red violet RN 

Fast rubine B 

Fast violet (6B, 6BA, 2RA) 

Fast yellow (G, GL, GR, RR) . 
Golden orange (I, III, FSI) 



5,28,54,216.. 
4, 5, 54, 77, X. 



Pounds 
1, 963, 276 



Pounds 
1,479,600 



$1,879,736 



$1.27 



4 

54 

36, 54. 
4 



4 

54 

77 

4 

4, 36, 54, X. 



54.... 

4 

36_... 
28.... 
36...- 

77 

36.... 

77 

54 

77 

4 

77.... 
77.... 
77.... 
36, 77. 
54, 77. 
5 



' Includes certain dyes not classed as acetate silk dyes in 1934. 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



27 



Table 8. — Dijes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production and 

sales, 1935 — Continued 





Manufacturers' identifi- 
cation numbers (ac- 
cording to list on p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Name of product 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Unclassified Dyes— Continued 

Acetate silk dves— Continued. 
Golden yellow (F, FSI, VIII, 


4,5 


Pounds 


Poundst 






VIII cone, IX, XI, XII, 
XIII). 
Green blue (II, II cone.) 


5 










Heliotrope I 


5__. 










Navv blue (R, BN cone, BP 


5, 28, 54 










cone., CB cone, CBR. CBR 
cone, CSD, CSDM, R cone, 
special). 
Orange (GF cone, GFN, GR, 


4,5,28,54,77, X... 










JER, 3R cone, Ex. cone, I, 
II, III, IV). 
Pink II 


5 










Pure blue (BR, BR cone) 


54 










Pure yellow (I, II) 


5 










Purple cone 

Red (BR, 3B, FSI, PAS, Y, 


54 










4, 5, 28, 54, 77, X 










Y cone, I, III, V, VI X, VI 
Xeone, VII). 


54 










Scarlet, (B, BN) . . 


4, 28, 77 










Sky blue (B cone, BR cone, 

GA). 
Violet (CB, II) 


36, 54 










5, 54.... 










Yellow rc, GG, .5G, R).. 


4, 28, 77, X 












77 












217 












77 










Acid anthraquinone blue (BOA, 3G, 

SWB, WSA). 
Acid anthraquinone yellow GR 

extra. 
Acid black (AR. 8B, BG, 3G, GRF, 


54 










38 










4, 46, 54, 77, 134, X .. 










J, NBJ, RB. TL, 640). 
Acid blue, (CBF) 


28, 54, 161 










Acid brilliant blue (3B, RR) . 


5, 54... 










Acid brilliant red (BB \, 5B, G) 


5, 36, 54 










Acid brown (FN, N, R. cone, Y).. 


4, 28, 161 




9,527 


$16, 462 


$1.73 


Acid chrome blue (R, RR, 2RA) 


5, 38, 77 








X 










Acid fast black (BBN, 8B, WAN, 


5, 46, 54, 77 . . 




17, 892 


12, 854 


.72 


773). 
Acid fast blue (IB, NB) . 


54 






Acid fast brown CGS 


54 












54 










Acid fast light yellow 2G 


28 












5 










Acid fast red BL 


28, 54 










Acid fast vellow (3GA, RS) 


5, 36 . 












166 












166 










Acid green (GR, S) 


161, 166 










Acid lake scarlet O 


5 










Acid light red 4BL . 


54 












77- 










Acid milling brown R supra 

Acid milling orange GN 


5 










5 












38 










Acid milling yellow (G, 2GX) . 


38, 161 










Acid naphthol blue black 


38 










Acid navy blue (B, B cone, M, 


5,28,38,54,216 


26, 469 


26, 676 


16, 934 


.63 


M4B, cone) 
Acid neutral orange SGS 


5 




Acid neutral red 3G extra 


5 












5 












28 










Acid orange (2R, YF) 


28, 161 










Acid red (3B, GB, OA, CY) 


28,38,77, 161_ 


25, 605 


16,184 


9,211 


.57 




X 






161 










Acid silk black RW 


5 










Acid violet (B, RL, 2RX) 


28, 38. 161 










Acid wool blue BL 


54 











88446—36- 



28 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Table 8. — Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production and 

sales, 1935 — Continued 





Manufacturers' identifi- 
cation numbers (ac- 
cording to list on p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Name of product 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Unclassified Dyes— Continued 


2S Ifi] 


Pounds 


Pounds 








5 












134 










Alizarin direct blue (AQG, AR) 














77 












77 












134 












217 












134 










Anthraquinone vat blue (GC P, 

CLX, RCX) 
Anthraquinone vat blue green (BN, 

FFB, Y). 
Anthraquinone vat brilliant blue 

RC 
Anthraquinone vat brilliant orange 

RK. 
Anthraquinone vat brown (BR, 

FR, G, CC, RR, RT). 
Anthraquinone vat dark brown RT. 
Anthraquinone vat deep black BD.. 
Anthraquinone vat direct black 3G. 

Anthraquinone vat flavine GC 

Anthraquinone vat golden orange 

3G. 
Anthraquinone vat golden yellow 

GOW. 
Anthraquinone vat green (G, GG, 

GGF, IBW). 

Anthraquinone vat khaki (GG) 

Anthraquinone vat navy blue (BN, 

G). 
Anthraquinone vat olive (G, GN).. 

Anthraquinone vat orange RRT 

Anthraquinone vat printing green 

B suprafl\. 
Anthraquinone vat red violet 3CRH. 
Anthraquinone vat scarlet (3B, 

GGN). 
Anthraquinone vat yellow (A2G, 

8G, GD, 4G. PG). 
Anthraquinone vat yellow brown 

3G. 
Artificial silk black G 


5 54 










54 77 










77 










77 










54 77 










77 










77 










54 










134 










77 










77 










77 










54,77 










5,28,54 










54 77 










77 










77 










77 










77 










5 28 54 77 


76, 300 








77 








38 










Azo Bordeaux 2BL 


161 












28 












54 










Azo fast blue (B, G, 2R) 


134 












134 










Azo green B_.. 


77 










134 












161 










Azo red (7BL, F) 


4 161 












161 










Azo violet 2B 


4 










Blue G 


54 










Brilliant acid blue 3BP 


101 










Brilliant benzo violet B 


54 77 










Brilliant milling blue B. . 


54,77 










Brilliant milling green B cone .-- 


54 










Brilliant milling vellow G 


5 - - . 










Brilliant wool blue (FFR, FFR 


77, 134 










extra, G extra, N). 
Chromate blue black B 


38 










Chromate brilliant brown RL. 


36 










Chromate brown (BC, EB, EB 
extra cone, EBL, EBR, EBS 
cone, lOP). 

Chromate red 2G 


4,28,36,54,77,217 

217 


217, 895 


190, 859 


$151,238 


$0. 7» 


Chrome black (3(}, NSE, SW, 77) . 


54, 134, 168 










Chrome black blue B . .. 


4 -. 










Chrome blue (ATX, SWO, 115R, 


54,77,168 -- 










IIGR). 
Chrome brilliant orange 2R. 


5 










Chrome brown (B, BS, 3B, EB, 


4, 5, 38, 54, 134 










EBD, G. 0, PG, RH cone). 













DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



29 



Table 8. — Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production and 

sales, 1935 — Continued 





Manufacturers' identifi- 
cation numbers (ac- 
cording to list on p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Name of product 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Unclassified Dyes— Continued 
Chrome fast garnet R 


36,38 


Pounds 


Pounds 






Chrome flavine A 


54 










Chrome green (B, CB, DG, G) 


38,134 






*" 




Chrome orange 3R 


134 










Chrome violet _.. 


168 ... 










Chrome yellow (A, DS, 2G, 3G, 

5G, 2GN, SS. SW). 
Chromoxane cyanine R 


4,28,38,54,77,134 

77.. 


175, 228 


144, 428 


$66, 912 


$0.46 


Chromoxane pure blue B 


77 










Cloth red (R, 2R).. 


134- 










Copper blue 2 RX 


4 










Cotton black 3G 


28 . . 










Croceine scarlet FP cone 


134 










Developed black (2BN, G, OB, 


38,54,77,134 . 


217,611 


226, 466 


153, 963 


.68 


OT, ZV cone.). 
Developed blue (B, BR, 5GL).... 


38, 54. 134 . 




Developed Bordeaux (7B, 2BL, 7B 


54,134 ... 










cone, RB). 
Developed brilliant green 3G . 


77 










Developed brilliant scarlet (2BL, 


54,77 










5BL, RO). 
Developed brown (6G, NR, R, 


54,77 










3RB). 
Developed dark brown MB . 


4 










Developed fast blue (B, 2RW) — 


38 










Develoi^ed fast brown RK 


54 












54 










Developed fast violet BL _. 


54 .. ... 












77 










Developed green (BL, 2GL).. .. 


54 










Developed indigo blue (40L, 4RC) 


54,77 










Developed navv blue BBT 


77 










Developed orange (GR, R, RR, 
WD). 


54 . . 










4, 134 












77 . . . - 












134 










Developed sky blue (B, 3GL) 


77 










54 












4 












28 












28 










Direct black (G, 3G, 3GR, CSW, 
NOW). 

Direct blue (B, FF, G, NR) 

Direct Bordeaux (B, 6B) 


4 38, 134, X 


2i7, 939 


169, 287 


89, 517 


.53 


4 54 134 




5 77,134 












134 










Direct brilliant green BB 

DTeet brihiant red 12B 


5 










134 










Direct brown (CN, CSW, GB, 

G2R, GBR, FW. K, R, RY, S). 
Direct catechine (FF, GS, 3G, G 

cone). 
Direct catechine brown (G, GG, GR)- 
Direct chrome black blue (B, 2B)_., 

Direct copper blue RRX 

Direct fast black (B, FTC, G, L.L 

cone. PG extra, RCW). 
Direct fast blue (FF, 2GL, 4GL, 

8GL, LBRR, LG, R, RL, SRL). 
Direct fast brown (4GL, LBR, LG, 

L3R, R, 4R, RL, 2RL, 4RL, 

3YL). 
Direct fast gray (BL, GL, 2GL, M, 

R). 

Direct fast light blue FF 

Direct fast olive brown RL 

Direct fast orange (EG, ER, E30, 

G, 2G cone, 4G cone, 2GL. L3R, 

L5G, L70, R, RE, 2R, 6R, 7R, S). 


4, 28, 38, 46, 134, X 

5 54 134 


131, 052 


119, 054 


79,013 


.66 


5 










X 










54 










4,5,38,54,77,134,216 

4 38,54,77, 134 


368, 361 
210, 691 
136,838 


365, 358 
211, 753 
105, 384 


274, 366 
241, 576 
164, 913 


.75 
1.14 


54 77,134 


1.56 


54 77 134 




38 










5 










28,36,38,54,77,95,134...- 
77 


223, 494 


226, 845 


259, 160 


1.14 




28 










Direct fast red (4B, 5BL, 8BLN)_-. 


38 77 134 










134 










Direct fast violet (BB, F, SRL) 


4,54,77. 











30 UNITED STATES TAEIFF COMMISSION 

Table 8. — Dyes and other finished coal-tar -products: United States production and 

sales, 1935 — Continued 





Manufacturers' identifi- 
cation numbers (ac- 
cording to list on p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Name of product 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Unclassified Dyes— Continued 

Direct fast yellow (4GL, 5GL, L5G, 
LR, LRR, LRT, RL). 


4,38,54,77,134 

38 


Pounds 
172, 283 


Pounds 
172, 414 


$260, 042 


$1.50 


Direct gray (BBC, G, Z) 

Direct green (5G, 54FS, 2Y) 


46 X 










4 54 










38 










Direct light brown GR 

Direct light yellow RL 

Direct navy blue (BF, BW, 4B, 

DB, R, RY). 
Direct orange (GL, 2R) 


54 . 










38 










4, 28, 54, 134, 216, X 

4,36 


65, 475 


77, 935 


52,047 


.67 


54 












X 










Direct speck dye red SW 

Direct violet BB 


134 










134 












38 












64 










Fast acid black BR 


77-. 












77- 












77 










Fast acid light red B 


38 










Fast acid red (3B, GG) 


77 .. 










Fast acid violet (ERR extra, 2R). 


54, 161- 










Fast acid yellow R 


77 










Fast black V ... 


54 ... .. 










Fast blue (BL cone, 6G) . - - 


54 












134 . . 










Fast light red (B, 4B) 


77 










Fast light violet 


217 










Fast orange (G, R) 


54 










Fast pigment violet RP . . 


134 










Fast silk red (GL, RT) 


4,216 










Fast silk yellow Q 


4 










Fast sulfon black NB. 


77 










Fast wool black GRF cone. 


134 










Fast wool red (BL, GL) .. 


134 










Fast wool violet B .. .. 


134. 










Fast yellow lOG 


54-. 










Fluorescent green #5 . 


54 










Fluorescent red #3 


54... 










Formal fast black G .. ... . . 


38 










Formalide Bordeaux 


216 










Formanol black RW— 


X ... 










Gas yellow 


28 .. .. 










Hansa yellow (G) .. 


54,77 










Helio fast rubine 4BL 


77 










HelioredRMT. ... 


77. .. -. 










Hydroform bright yellow 3G 


157 










Indamine navy blue 2B 


4-.. 










Indigo vat brown (G) 


28,134.. 










Indigo vat pink (FB, FF) . 


28, 54, 134, X 


200, 769 


225, 451 


266, 942 


1.18 


Indigo vat scarlet 2GN 


134 




Indocyanine B 


77 










Ink blue BJTBN80 


77 










Jet black APX 


54 










Milling fast black BO 


36 










Milling fast blue 2RM extra 


36 










Milling fast garnet R 


36 










Milling fast yellow 5GL 


36 










Milling orange R 


54, 134 










Milling red (B cone, R) 


134 










Milling yellow (GN, 2GCW, 3G, 


28, 54, 134, 161 


16, 840 


16, 574 


20.227 


1.22 


cone, R). 
Mordant green SN 


4..- 




Naphthylamine black V... 


54 










Neutral brown (RS, RX) 


4, 216 










Neutral red G _ 


4 










Neutral wool scarlet G_. 


36 










Nigrosine base (B, N, R, 2R) 


134.... 










Oil blue 


4, 217... 










Oil brown (D, M, Y)... 


71, 134— 










Oil fast orange A cone 


134- 










Oil fast red (M, Y) 


134- 










Oil fast yellow (EG, 3G) 


54, 134 










Oil green 


217. 











DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



31 



Table 8. — Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production and 

sales, 1935 — Continued 





Manufacturers' identifi- 
cation numbers (ac- 
cording to list on p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Name of product 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Unclassified Dyes— Continued 
Oil orange (RR. no. 30). 


28. 46, 71 


Pounds 

26, 682 


Pounds 

25, 010 


$13, 913 


$0.56 


Oil pink B 


134 




Oil red (EG, EGN, G, 0, OB, 


5, 28, 46, 71, 134 


71, 294 


63, 608 


62, 529 


.98 


RO, 1-1471, 322). 
Oil scarlet _ .. 


71 






217 










Oil yellow (K, PHW) 


2S, 54, 217 












46 - - . 










Paper red AD. 














134 










Permanent Bordeaux 2BL.. 


5 










Pigment red 


4 










Polar orange (GS, R) 


38 










Polar red (B, 3B, G) 


4, 38 










Polar yellow (2G, .5G, R) 


38 












X 










Ravon black (B, MS) . 


54 










Rayon Bordeaux (B, 3B) 


54 . 










Rayon brown (G, M) 


54 










Ravon navy blue N ._ 


54 










Ravon violet (3B, 4R). 


54 










Resin brilliant orange RR 


134 










Resin brilliant red R... .- 


134 












134 










Resin brown Z 


134 












134 












77 










Resorcin brown (R, YX) 


38 46 










Rhoduline blue 5B .._ 














54 










Rosanthrene orange . . 


54 












77 












54 










Safranine 8B . .. 


134 










Silk blue lOG 


54 










Silk brown (B, G, GN, R) 


38, X 










Silk fast blue 3G 


54 










Silk red (2B, lOB) 


X 










Sudan corinth B 


77 .. 










Sudan red (BB, 4B) .. .. 


77 












77 












77 










Supranolred (PG, PBX, PRX, R). 
Victoria pure blue (BO, BGO) 


77 










77 










Wool blue (CG, CGG) . . 


134 












77 












134 










Wool navy blue B 


134 










Zambesi black (BG, D, PC, V) 


38 77 134 










All other - ... 


36,54 X 






















Total unclassified dyes 


11,622,503 


10, 529, 574 


11,212,139 


1.06 


Total of dyes for which indi- 




71,318,088 
30, 614, 573 


70, 383, 846 
27, 570, 618 


30, 138, 024 
21, 350, 337 


.43 


vidual statistics are shown. 
Total of dyes for which indi- 




.77 


vidual statistics cannot be 
shown. 






Grand total of dyes 


101,932,661 


97, 954, 464 


51, 488, 361 


.53 


Color Lakes and Toners 

LAKES and extended COLORS 

Alizarine lakes.. 


109, 111, 113, 123, 127, 
163, 185, 198, 199, 213, 
217, X, X, X, X, X, 

X, X, x,x,x. 

2,24,59,89, 111, 113, 127, 
163, 198, 199, X, X, X, 
X X 

24, 37, 59, 68, 109, 111, 
113, 123, 185, 199, X, 
X, X, X, X, X, X, X, 
X, X. 


204, 382 

206, 353 
141, 960 


168, 032 

192, 649 
127, 401 


220, 352 

56, 300 
111,994 


1.31 


Azo Bordeaux lakes 


.29 


Eosine and phloxine lakes.- . 


.88 







32 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Table 8. — Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production and 

sales, 1935 — Continued 



Name of product 



ISIanufacturers' identifi- 
cation numbers (ac- 
cording to list on p. 90) 



Produc- 
tion 



Sales 



Quantity 



Value 



Color Lakes and Toneks— Con. 



LAKES AND EXTENDED COLORS- 

continued 



Fast light yellow lakes. 
Hello fast rubine lakes. 



Lithol rubine lakes <_ 
Methvl violet lakes... 



Naphthol yellow lakes. 
Peacock blue lakes 



Persian orange lakes. 



Phosphotungstic acid lakes: 
Blue 



Qreen- 



Purple 

Red 

Pigment scarlet lakes. 
Scarlet 2R lakes 



Tartrazine lakes. 



All other organic lakes: 
Blue 



Green. 



Orange. 
Red.... 



68, 109, 123, 199, X. X, 
X, X, X, X, X, X. 

24, 89. 109, 111, 113, 198, 
199, X, X, X. 



Pounds 
164, 013 



42,218 



Pounds 
149, 808 



28,073 



Yellow.... 

All other lakes and extended colors. 



Total lakes and extended 
colors. 



24, 31, 37, 59. 68, 89, 109, 
111, 113, 123, 185, 198, 
199, 213, 217, X, X, X, 
X. 

59, 68, 109, 199, 217, X, 
X, X, X, x,x. 

24,31,37,68,89, 109, 111, 
113, 123, 185, 198, 199, 
217. X, X, X, X, X, 
X, X, X, X, X, X, X, 

x,x. 

31, 37, 59, 68, 109, 113, 
123, 163, 185, 198, 199, 
X, X, X, X, X, X, 
X, X, X, X, X, X, 
X, X. 

24, 28, 31, 37, 68, 89, 109, 

111, 113, 123, 185, 199, 

217, X, X, X. X, X, 

X, X, X, X, X, X, X, 

X X 
24, 31, 37, 59, 68, 89, 111, 

113, 123, 185, 199, X, 

X, X, X, X, X, X, X, 

X, X. 
24,37, 59,68,89, 109, 113, 

185, 217, X, X, X, X, 

X, X, X, X, X. 
31, 59, 89, HI, 123, 185, 

217, X, X, X, X, X, 

X, X, X, X. 
24, 37, 68, 89, 111, 123, 

163, 198, 217, X, X, X, 

X. 
24, 31, 37, 59, 105, 111, 

113, 163, 185, 198, 199. 

213, X, X, X, X, X, 

X X X. 
31, 68, 109,111, 123, 185, 

199, X, X, X, X, X, 

X, X, X, X. 

24. 37, .59, 89. HI. 123, 

213, X. X, X, X, X, X. 
24, 37, 59, 68, 102, 109, 

111, 123,213, X, X, X, 

X, X, X, X, X, X, X, 

XXX 
24, 102, 'ill', 161, 213, X, 

X. X. X. 
24. 31. 68. Ill, 123, 185, 

199, 213. 217, X, X, X, 

X, X. X. 
102. 123, 185, X, X, X, 

X X 
24. 31. , 37. 68. 89, 109, 111, 

113. 123. 185. 199, 217, 

X, X, X, X, X, X, X, 

X, X, X. 



100, 277 

37, 527 
1. 003, 232 

565, 536 

294, 527 

224, 932 

64, 521 
139, 828 
265, 503 
571, 762 

181, 972 

113. 294 
256, 646 

56, 635 
236, 235 

105, 257 
1,428,857 



92, 630 



16, 190 
884, 395 



407, 741 



177, 067 

58,148 
108, 741 
257, 784 
532, 432 

166, 837 

95, 736 
169, 859 

43. 860 
261, 006 

{*) 
1, 375, 105 



$87, 171 
62, 291 



76, 072 

22, 199 
498, 178 

150, 716 

304, 817 

105, 073 

41,884 
53, 600 
166, 647 
172, 244 

98, 810 

53, 253 
73, 346 

9,248 
108, 160 

(*) 
457, 264 



6, 405, 467 



5, 601, 656 



2, 929, 619 



* Included in "All other lakes and extended colors.' 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



33 



Table 8. — Dyes and other finished coal-tar 'products: United States production and 

sales, 1935 — Continued 



Name of product 



Manufacturers' identifi- 
cation numbers (ac- 
cording to list on p. 90) 



Produc- 
tion 



Sales 



Quantity 



Value 



ColorijLakesjAnd jToners— Con. 

TONERS OR FULL STRENGTH COLORS 

Eosine and phloxine toners 



Hansa yellow toners. 
Lake red C toners 



Lithol toners- 



Marcon toners.. 

Methyl violet toners. 
Para red toners 



Tnlnidine red toners. 



Phosphotungstic acid toners: 
Blue 



Green. 



Purple - 



Red. 



Others 

All other|organic toners. 



Total toners or full strength 
colors. 

REDUCED TONERS 

Reduced para red toners 



Reduced^toluidine red toners. 



Reduced lithol toners. 



31, 68, 102. 109, 113, 185, 
199, 217, X, X, X, X, 
XXX 

102,'lfi3, 217. X, X, X, 
X X X X 

28' 68^ 89, 102," 109, 111, 
123, 185, 198, 199, X, X, 
X X X X X X 

31, 68. SO, \q2, 109, ill, 
113. 163, 185, 198, 1S9, 
213, 217. X, X, X, X, 
X, X. X, X, X, X. 

10.5, 111. 113, 163. 198, 
213. 217, X, X, X, X, 
X. 

24,28,31,57,68, 102, 109, 
113, 185. 198, 199. 217, 
X, X. X, X. X, X, X. 

2. 24,31,89. 102. 105, 109, 
111, 113, 163. 185, 198, 
199, 213. 217, X. X, X, 
X, X, X. X, X, X, X, 
X, X, X. 

2,31,59.89, 10.5. 109, 111, 
113, 163, 185. 198, 199, 
213, X. X. X, X, X, X. 
X, X,X, X, X, X, X, 
X. 

24, 68. 89, 109, 111, 113. 

123, 185, 198, 199. 217. 

X, X, X,X, X, X, X, 

X X. X X X 
24!" 68^ 89, 'lOs! 109, 111, 

113, 123. 163. 185 198, 

199, 217. X. X, X, X, 

X X X X X 
24^ 68, 89, '109'. Ill, 113, 

123, 163. 185, 198. 199, 

X, X. X, X, X, X, X, 

X, X. 
24, 89, 111. 123. 185, 198, 

199. X. X. X. X. 
31 X X X 
24i 28, 68, 10.5^111," 185",' 

198, 199, 213. 217, X, 

X, X, X, X, X, X, 

X, X. 



Reduced maroon toners '.- 
Reduced lake red C toners. 



2, 24, 31.59,89. 105. 109, 
111, 113, 123, 163, 19S, 
199. 213, 217. X, X, X, 
X, X, X. X, X, X. 

2, 24, 37, 59. 89, 109, 111, 
113. 163. 198, 199, 213, 
X, X. X, X, X, X, X, 
X, X, X, X. X, X. 

24, 68, 89, 109, 111, 113, 
185, 199. 213, 217, X, 
X, X, X, X, X. 



Pounds 
188, 926 



132, 703 
394, 845 

2, 140, 002 

252, 386 
225, 561 

1,081,277 

815, 590 
132, 216 



82, 266 



25, 835 



26, 654 
583, 723 



Pounds 
166, .858 



118,772 

285, 417 



246, 000 
203, 867 
912, 300 

702, 879 

11 2, .590 
70, 698 
70. 930 

22, 607 

31, 043 
341, 396 



$264, 621 

173,444 

276, 881 



502, 247 
207. 025 
689. 066 



378. 762 



116,964 



79, 056 



63, 209 
446, 652 



6, 151, 858 5, 089, 557 



5, 365, 242 



674, 105 



398, 432 



302, 595 



All other reduced toners. 



68, 89, 109, HI, 123, 185, 
198, 199, 217, X, X, X, 
X, X. 

31. Ill, 113, 123, 185, X, 
X, X, X. 



52, 306 
197, 227 



Total reduced toners. 

Total color lakes and toners. 



1. 624, 665 



14, 181, 990 



604, 998 



283,416 



282, 364 



102, 502 



84, 655 



125, 821 



29,665 
190, 229 



15, 366 
101, 375 



1, 390, 672 



429, 719 



12, 081, 885 



8, 724, 580 



» Included in "All other reduced toners.' 



34 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Table 8. 



-Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production and 
sales, 1935 — Continued 





Manufacturers' identifi- 
cation numbers (ac- 
cording to list on p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Name of product 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Photographic Chemicals 


158 


Pounds 


Pounds 






Diaminophenol hydrochloride (ami- 
dol). 


207, X 










54, 60, 207, 217, X 

60, X, X 


769, 106 


747, 344 


$553, 606 


$0.74 


p-Hydroxy phenylglycine 

Methyl p-aniinophenol sulfate (me- 
tol) (rhodol). 




54, 60, X 










61, 158 






















Total photographic chemicals 


1, 170, 216 


967, 541 


1, 096, 738 


1.13 




39, 52, 126, 131 .. 




Medicin'als 
Aeetanilide, US? 


497,877 


382, 167 


79, 153 


.21 




52, 131 




Acetylaniino - hydroxy - phenyl 

arsenic acid. 
Acetyl-p-aniLnophenyl salicylate 

(Salophen). 
Acetyl salicylic acid (aspirin).. . _ 


X 










X 










.52, 131, X, X 


4, 052, 453 


3, 884, 419 


2,170,113 


.56 




134 




p - Aminobenzoyldiethylaminoetha- 

nol (Procaine). 
p - .Vminobenzoyldimethylamino- 

methyl butanol hydrochloride 

(Tutocain). 
m - Amino-p-hydroxyphenylarsine 


1, 75, 140, 151, X, X 

X 


10, 143 


9,757 


242, 885 


24.89 


X 










oxide hydrochloride (Mapharsen) . 
Aminopyrine. (See 4-Dimethyl- 

aniino antipyrine.) 
Amyl-m-cresol 


X 










52 










Arsphenamme . 


1, 50, 120, X, X, X 

X 


277 


272 


33, 290 


122. 42 


Aspirin. (See Acetyl salicylic 

acid.) 
Barbituric acid derivatives: 

Cyclnhexenylmethyliuethylbar- 




Cyclohexenylmethylmethyl so- 
dium barbiturate. 
Phenobarbital.. ... 


X 










1, 21, 75, 120, X, X 

1 


87, 820 


74,627 


463, 326 


6.21 


Phenobarbitai sodium 




Phe nylethylmalonylurea 

sodium. 
Phenylethylmethyl barbituric 

acid. 
Benz.ildehvde. USP 


75, X 










X 










87, 202 X 












179 










Benzoic acid, I'SP 


54, 90, 131 












X 










isoi)i-oi)anol hydrochloride. 
Benzyl succinate (calcium mono, 
sodium mono). 


179 










X 










Bismuth betanaphthol 


139, X 










Borocaine. (See Ethocaine borate ) 
m-Bromoaceto phenyl benzoate 

(Neoxyn). 
p-Butylaminobenzoyl dimethylam- 

ino ethanol. 


52 










X 










X 












120, 139, 179 










Calcium benzoate .. 


179 










Calcium cresol sulfonate 


X 












X, X 










Chloramine T. (See Sodium-p- 
toluene sulfochloramide.) 

Cinchophen. fSee 2-Phenylquino- 
line-4-carboxylic acid.) 


179 










m-Cresvl acetate (Cresatin) 


X.. 










m-Cresovl valerate 


X 










Dibenzyl succinate . 


179 

X 











Di-n-butvl-p-amino benzoate . . 




Di-n-butyl-p-aminobenzoate trini- 


X .. 










trophenol. 













DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



35 



Table 8.-— Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production and 

sales, 1935 — Continued 





Manufacturers' identifi- 
cation numbers (ac- 
cording to list on p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Name of product 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Medicinals— Continued 
n-DiethylaminoisopentyI-8-amino-6- 


X 


Pounds 


Pounds 






methoxy quinoline. 
4-Dimethylamino antipvrine (Ami- 


134, X... 










nopyrine) (Ampydin). 
Diniiropheiiol, USP 


X_._ 










Disodiunihydroxyniercurisalicvloxy 


X 










acetate (Mercurosal). 
Dyes, medicinal, total 




42, 595 


35, 272 


$1, 268, 826 


$35. 97 


Acrivolet-- _ 


134 




Brilliant green__ . . __ 


134 










3:6-Diamino acridine sulfate 


1, 134 










(Proflavine). 
3 :6-Diamino-10-niethyl acridine 


1, 134 _. 










chloride (acriflavine). 
Dibromohvdroxymercuri- 


93 










fluorescein sodium salt (Mer- 
curochrome). 
Gentian violet - - 


134 ._ 










Hexalet 


X 










Methylene blue _ 


28 










Methyl violet 


134 










Parafuehsine 


134 










Phennlsulfonphthalein 


21,93 










Phenylazo - diamino pyridine 


169 










hydrochloride (Pyridium). 
Scarlet red . 


134 










Stovarsol 


X 










Sulfosalicylic acid 


60, X 










Theocalcin 


X 










Trypan blue 


134 










Trypan red 


134 










Tryparsamide . 


X ... 












179 . - 












X, X . _ 










Ethyl-p-amino benzoate (Benzo- 

caine) (Anesthesine). 
Gamma - diethvlaminopropylcinna- 


1, 21, 75, 146, X, X 

X 


8,318 


8,396 


31, 520 


3.75 


mate hydrochloride (Apothesine). 


87, 131 












X 












21, X 










8 - Hvdroxvquinoline - 5 - sulfonic 


21 










acid. 


60 












X 










ren acid). 
Laevo-methylamino ethanolcatechol 


X 












X 












X 












52, 87, 120 - 


4,420 








2-Methoxy-fi-chloro-9-diethylamlno- 
pentyl aminoacridine. 


X 








X .... 










aspirin). 
Methvlene disalicvlic acid deriva- 


X 










tive (Formidine). 
Methyl-m-amino-p-hydro.xy benzo- 
ate (Orthoforra). 
p-Methylphenyl cinchoninic ethyl 
ester (Neocinchophen). 

Neoarsphenamine 

Neo-synephrin hydrochloride 

Oxyquinoline benzoate 

Oxyquinoline tannate 

Phenobarbital. (See Barbituric 
acid derivatives.) 

Phenolphthalein 

Phenolsulfonates (calcium, sodium, 
zinc, etc.). 


X 










1 21 28 










1, 50, 120, X, X, X 

X 


5,666 


5,218 


810, 840 


155. 39 


179 










179 










131, IfiO, X 










120, X 










60 . 










b-Phenylisopropyl amine 


X 










61 










Phenylmethylisopropyl antipyrine 
(Isopropyl antipyrine). 


88 - 





















36 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Table S.^Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production and 

sales, 1935 — Continued 





Manufacturers' identifi- 
cation numbers (ac- 
cording to list on p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Name of product 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Medicinals— Continued 

2-Phenylquinoline-4-carboxylicacid 
(Cinchophen) (phenyl cinchoninic 
acid). 


1, 21. 28 


Pounds 


Pounds 






54, 158 












no, 179, X 










Salicylic acid, USP 


52, 87, 131 


2, 521, 3.50 


1, 832, 057 


$526, 443 


$0.2» 


Salol 


52 




Salophen. (See Acetyl-p-amino- 

phenyl salicylate.) 
Silver arsphenamine 


1, X 










120 












52, 87, 131 










Sodium p-toluene sulfochloramide 
(Chloramine T). 


131 










52, 87, 120 










Sulfoarsphenaminc- _ 

Tetraiodophenolphthalein sodium 
salt (lodeikon) (Antinosin). 


1, 50, 120, X,X, X 

21, 60, 120, 134 . 


210 


216 


44, 430 


205. 69 


120, 139, X 












131 










chloramine T). 












Total of medicinals for which 


7, 231, 129 
2,791,538 


6, 232, 401 
2, 717, 346 


5, 670, 835 
2, 701, 066 


.91 


individual statistics are 
shown. 




.99 


individual statistics can- 
not be shown. 






Tota Imedicinals 


10, 022, 667 


8, 949, 747 


8, 371, 901 


.94 




X 




Flavors 
Cinnafnvl isobutvrate 










Coumarin (synthetic) 


52,54,69,126.131 . 


133, 022 
1,283 


139, 383 

1,743 


360, 566 
1,725 


2.591 


Ethvl benzoate. - . 


69, 144, 202, X, X 

69 


.99 


Ethyl cinnamate 




Ethvl salicylate 


52, 69 . 










Ethyl vanillin 


126, 131, X 










Methyl cinnamate 


74, X 










Methyl sahcylate . . 


52, 69, 87, 131 . 


1, 543, 838 


1, 523, 357 


471, 539 


.31 


Saccharin 


131 




Vanillin . . 


126, 131, X, X 


235, 198 


258, 457 


769, 410 


2.98- 


Vanillidine .-. 


X... 
















Total of flavors for which indi- 


1, 913, 341 
298, 844 


1, 922, 940 
296, 292 


1, 603, 240 
492, 243 


.83- 


vidual statistics are shown. 
Total of flavors for which indi- 




1.66 


vidual statistics cannot be 
shown. 






Total flavors 


2,212,185 


2, 219, 232 


2, 095, 483 


.94 




69,74, 104. 196, X 

202... 




Perfume Materials 
Acetophenone 


7,232 








Amyl benzoate 








Amyl cinnamic aldehyde 


66, 69, 104, 196, 202, X, X 
69, 124, 184, 196, X, X, X. 
X 


32, 537 
38, 218 


32, 822 
41, 622 


66, 741 
21,819 


2.03 


Amyl salicylate 


62 


Benzal glycerin 




Benzophenone 


54, 69, 74, 104, 202, 203... 
69, 104, 124, 184, X 


13, 916 


12, 788 


13, 290 


1 04 


Benzyl acetate 




Benzyl alcohol 


69,90, 104, 124, 184, X... 
69, 104, 184, X, X 


113, 825 


112, 307 


62, 315 


.55 


Benzyl benzoate.. - 




Benzyl butvrate 


66, 69, X 


306 


127 


232 


1.83 


Benzyl cinnamate 


66,69.. 




Benzyl formate 


66, 69 










Benzyl isoeusenol.. 


66,69,206. 










Benzyl propionate 


66, 69, X 










Benzyl salicylate 


66, 69, 74, 206 










Benzyl valerate 


66, 69.. 










Cinnamic acid 


74, X, X 










Cinnamic alcohol. 


69, 74 










Cinnamic aldehyde 


69. X, X, X, X... 










Cinnaravl acetate 


206 










Cinnamyl propionate 


206 











DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



37 



Table 8. — Dyes and other finished coal-tar -products: United States production and 

sales, 1936 — Continued 





Manufacturers' identifi- 
cation numbers (ac- 
cording to list on p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Name of product 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Perfume Materials— Continued 
Cinnamvl formate 


206 


Pounds 


Pounds 






Ciunam vl valerianate 


X. 










p-Cresyl acetate 


66,69,74 










p-Cresyl methyl ether. -.. 


74 










p-Cresylphenyl acetate .- 


66,69 










Diamylphthalate 


106, 200 . 










Diethyl phthalate 


104, 131, 200, 202, X, X.. 


934, 489 


792,032 


$142,660 


$0.18 


Diethyl succinate.. 




Dimethyl acetal of phenylacetalde- 


X 










hyde. 
Dimethyl anthranilate 


66, 69.. 










Dimethy Ibenz vl carbinol 


69, 202 










Dimethylbenzyl carbinol acetate... 


206 










Dimethyl hydroquinone 


,54, 69, X 










Dimethyl phthalate (see also Inter- 


104, 200, X, X._. 


125, 873 


123, 569 


25,359 


.21 


mediates). 
Diphenvl oxide .. . . . 


52, 69, X 




Ethyl anthranilate 


66. 69 










E thylmethylphenyl glycidate 


203 










p-Hydroxy benzoic acid esters (Asep- 
toform). 


X 










69 












69 










Isobutvlphenvl acetate 


66, 69, X 










Isobutyl salicylate 


66, 69 










Linalyl anthranilate 


69, 206 












206 










Linalyl cinnamate 


206 












206 - 












69, 74, 104, 196 












52, 124 . 












74, 90, 144, 202, X 












66, 69 












69, X 












74, X 












74 










Methvlphenyl carbinyl acetate 


74 












54, 124, X, X 












54, 124, X, X 




6,207 
48, 917 


29, 946 
61, 964 


4.82 




54, 124, X, X 


67,896 


1.27 


b-Naphthyl ethyl ether (Nerolin)-.. 
b-Naphthyl methyl ether (Yara 
yara) . 


74, 104 




74, 104 










74 104 












69 












69 












X 












1, 69 2()2, X 












52,69, 104,202,207, X... 
66, 206 


135, 292 


108, 936 


279, 101 


2.56 








69, 196 












206 










Phenylethyl formate 


X 






1 


66 69 












54, 66, 206 












X 












202 












X 






















Total of perfume materials for 


1, 469, 584 
682, 721 


1, 279, 327 
581, 752 


703,427 
373, 073 


.55 


which individual statistics 
are shown. 
Total of perfume materials for 




.64 


which individual statistics 
cannot be shown. 






Total perfume materials 


2, 152, 305 


1,861,079 


1,076,500 


.58 









38 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Table 8. — Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production and 

sales, i 55,5— Continued 





Manufacturers' identifi- 
cation numbers (ac- 
cording to list on p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Name of product 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Resins 
Derived from: 


17, 136 


Pounds 


Pounds 






Cresols or cresylic acid 

Cresol and/or phenol 


14, 56, 194, X, X, X, X, 

X, X, X. 
119, 174, X,X, X 

35, 55, 67, 101, 108, 121, 

XXX 
7, 14, 19, 30, 41, 44, 56, 

154, 155, 171, X, X, X, 

X, X, X, X, X, X, X, 

X. 
7, 15, 19, 54, 80, 155, 163, 

X. X, X, X, X, X, X, 

X. 

130, 145, X. X, X 

7,30, 86, X 

131 


5, 990, 405 
10, 418, 180 

5, 566, 621 
30, 756, 522 

34, 312, 713 

245, 506 
3, 623, 215 


[l2,136,168 

5, 454, 490 
29, 142, 720 

15, 836, 942 

234, 842 
3, 118, 172 


$2,162,611 

2, 205, 879 
4, 361, 948 

3, 482, 078 

37, 191 
527, 488 


$0.18 


Phenol: 
Cast .. 


.40 


Other 


.15 


Phthalic anhydride -.- 


.22 


Xvlenols. . . 


.16 






Sulfonamides (Santolites) 




Stvrol-- 


X 


. 17 


Xylenols and cresols 


X, X, X, X, X - . . 










Totali 


90, 913, 162 


65, 923, 334 


12, 777, 195 


.19 




54 




Miscellaneous 
Adipic acid _ 










Amino diethyl hydroquinone 


90 










Benzoate of ammonia 


90, 131 










Benzoate of soda. 


54, 90, 131, X 










Benzoyl peroxide. 


X 










Benzvlated phenol (Santophens)... 


131 










Biological stains and chemical indi- 


6, 42, 112, 134, 193 










cators. 
Diazo salts: 

Fast black salt B 


134 










Fast blue salt B, BB 


77 










Fast blue salt BN. 


134 










Fast Bordeaux salt GP . 


77 . 










Fast oranue salt GC . 


77, 134 










Fast red salt AL 


77, 134 










Fast red salt B, GL, 3GL 


77 










Fast red salt G, 3G, TR, RC... 


134 










Fast scarlet salt GG. . 


77, 134 










Fast scarlet salt Ri. 


77, 134 










Variamine blue salt B 


77 










a-a-Dipyridyl 


61 . 










Oases (poisonous, tear, etc.): 

Chloroacetophenone 


28, 65 










Chloropicrin 


11, 65, 97 


250, 006 








Diphenylamine chlorarsine... . 


65, 158.. _. 








Guany 1 - nitrosamiue - guanyl - tetra- 


X 










zeue. 
Hexalin 


54. 










Insecticides, (synthetic): Aliphatic 


X 










thiocyanates. 
Methyl cvclohexanone 


54 










Methyl hexalin 


54 










Naphthanil red for printing 


54 




.. 






Naphthanil scarlet for printing.. . 


54 










Naphthol .\S and derivatives, total 




474, 103 


376, 110 


709, 136 


1.89 


Naphthol AS 


5, 28, 77, 134 




Naphthol AS, BO 


77 










Naphthol .\S, BS 


5,54,77,134 










Naphthol AS, BR . 


77 










Naphthol AS, D_- 


77, 134 










Naphthol AS, NB 


77 










Naphthol AS, OL 


77 










Naphthol AS, PH 


77. 










Naphthol AS, RL 


77. . 










Naphthol AS, SW 


5.77,134 










Phthalyl glycollate plasticizer. 


131 










Printsol colors: 

BlueB.. 


134... 










Bordeaux R 


134 ' 











• Does not include resins derived from coumarone and indene. 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



39 



Table 8. — Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production and 

sales, 1935 — Continued 





Manufacturers' identifi- 
cation numbers (ac- 
cording to list on p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Name of product 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Miscellaneous— Continued 

Printsol colors— Continued. 

Orange G 


134. 


Pounds 


Pounds 






Red G 


134 










Scarlet B, 2G 


134_-. 










Quinhydrone 


60, X 










Rapid fast colors, total 




104, 341 


102, 914 


$120, 534 


$1.17 


Orange 


X-_._ 


Orange G, RH 


54,77 










Red GZH 


77 










Red RH 


54,77 










Scarlet... 


X 










Scarlet GG, ILH 


54,77 










Rapidogene colors: 

Black DM... 


54 










Blue 


161 










Blue BN, R 


54,77 










Blue D, GR 


77 










Brown G 


161 










Brown GN, IB 


77 










Dark brown AR 


54 










G, dbl.... 












Orange G 


54,77 










Orange R 


77 










Red 


161 










Red G 


54,77 










Red GS, R... 


77 










Scarlet 


161 










Scarlet R 


54,77 










Scarlet RS 


77.. 










Yellow 


161. 










Yellow G 


54,77,161 










Yellow, GG, GS. 


77 










Research chemicals 


6,60,120,159 










Rubber chemicals, total 




23, 880, 891 
12, 675, 791 
2, 045, 611 


16, 389, 652 
8,619,417 
1, 570, 716 


6,461,601 

3, 786, 809 

561, 953 


39 


Accelerators, total 




44 


Aldehyde-amines, total... . 




36 


Acetaldehyde aniline. . _ 


54, 176, X _ 




Butyraldehyde aniline.. 


54, 176, X - 










Butyraldehyde-methyl- 


X 










ene aniline. 
Crotilidine aniline 


X 










Heptaldehyde aniline... 


X 










Polybutylidine aniline.. 


81-. 










Other, total 




10, 630, 180 


7, 048, 701 


3, 224, 856 


.46 


Aminobenzothiazole 


81 




Benzothiazole thioben- 


X 










zoate. 
Benzothiazyl disulfide. _ 


X 










Benzothiazyl-ethvl-thiol 


X.. 










carbonate. 
Carbon bisulfide on 


X 










methylene dipiperi- 
dine. 
p-p' Dianiinodiphenyl- 


X 










methane. 
Dibenzothiazvl-dime- 


X - .. 










thylthiol-urea. 
Dibenzylamine 


X 










Dinitrophenvlbenzo- 


X -. 










thiazole sulfide. 
Dinitrophenylbenz o 


X 










thiazyl sulfide plus 
diphenvlguanidine 
acetate. 
Dinitrophenyldime- 


X 










thyldithiocarbamate. 
Dinitrophenvl ester of 


X 










mercaptobenzothia- 
zole. 
Diphenylethane poly- 


X 










mer. 
Diphenylguanidine 


7,52,54, 176 

X- . 


1, 220, 698 


1,296,044 


428, 328 


.33 


phthalate. 
Diphenylguanidine 
succinate. 


X 





















40 UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

Table 8. — Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production and 

sales, 1935 — Continued 





Manufacturers' identifi- 
cation numbers (ac- 
cording to list on p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Name of product 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Miscellaneous— Continued 

Rubber chemicals— Continued. 
Accelerators— Continued. 
Other— Continued. 

Diphenvlguanidine 


X 


Pounds 


Pounds 






and dinitrophenyl es- 
ter of mercaptobenzo- 
thiazole. 
Diphenylguanidine 


X- 










phthalate, diphenyl- 
guanidine and dini- 
trophenyl ester of mer- 
captobenzothiazole. 
Di-o-tolylguanidine 


54, X 










Di-o-tolvlthiourea,- 


54 










Hexamethylenetetra- 


X 










mine ester of mercap- 
tobenzothiazole. 
Lead dithiobenzoate 


X 










Mercaptobenzothiazole. 


176, X, X 










Mercaptobenzothiazole- 


X 










methylene aniline. 
Mercaptobenzothiazole- 


X 










methylene-o-toluidine. 
Methylene dipiperidine. 


X 










Methylene mercapto- 


X 










benzothiazole. 
Phenvlthiourea . 


81 










Urea and butyralde- 


X 










hyde-aniline plus clay. 
Miscellaneous -.- - 


54 . 










Antioxidants, total ... __ 




11, 205, 100 


7, 770, 235 


$2, 674, 792 


$0 34 


Acetaldehyde aniline .- 


X . 




p-Aminodiphenyl acetone- 


X 










comp. 
Aniline-acetone.- -- - 


X 










Aniline-acetone, acid deriva- 


X 










tives. 
Antos 


54 










Crotonylidine-a-naphthyl- 


81 










amine. 
2:4-Diaminodiphenylaniine- 


X 










b-Di-p-hydroxy phenylpro- 


X 










pane. 
Di-p-hydroxy diphenylcy- 


X. 










clohexane. 
Diphenylamine acetone 


X 










s-Di (b-naphthol) p-phenyl- 


81. 










enediamine. 
Diphenyl - p - phenylenedia- 


81, X 










mine. 
Ditolylamines.. 


81 










p - Methyl - p - (p - tolylsul- 


X. 










fonylamino) diphenyla- 
mine. 
p-Phenetidine acetone comp. 


X.. 










Phenyl-a-naphthylamine .. 


54 










Phenyl-b-naphthvlamine. .- 


54, 77, 81 










Phenyl - b - naphthylamine 


X.... 










acetone. 
Phenyl - b - naphthylnitro- 


X. 










sarame. 
Polyethylene polyamine 


X.. 










plus b-naphthol. 
Thiophenyl - b - naphthyla- 


X 










mme. 
2:2:4 - Trimethyldihvdro 


81. 










quinoline and polymers. 
Miscellaneous 


54. 










Tanning materials, synthetic: 

Barretan 


17 










Fastan... 


140... 










Irgatan 


38 










Mertinol 


129 










Sellatan. 


38 










Tanak 


7.. 










Tannigen LL... 


77 










Others 


X, X 











DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



41 



Table 8. — Dyes and other finished coal-tar products: United States production and 

sales, i 55-5— Continued 





Manufacturers' identifi- 
cntion numbers (nc- 
cordins to list on p. 90) 


Produc- 
tion 


Sales 


Name of product 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Miscellaneous— Continued 
Tetrahydronaphthalene (Tetralin).. 


54.. 


Pounds 


Pounds 






Textile assistants, total 




1, 647, 902 


1,656,569 


$501,720 


$0 30 


Alkanols 


54 




Alphasol 


X 










Areskap 


X 










Aresket-- 


X 










Aresklene 


X 










Celascour__ 


5 










Cominol GAR 


46 










Eunaphthol AS 


77 










Gold medal penetrator 


46 










Hydropthol 


54 










Immersol 


36 










Isomerpin 


54 










Isopan 


54 










Kollamine A.. 


77 










1/Udigol - 


77 










Merpentine - 


54 










Nacasol A .. .- 


134 










Nekal A, BX 


77 










Neomerpins 


54 










Penetrant paste and powder 


4 -- 










Potts emulsifier 


54 










Soapotol GAR 


46 










Sulfonated naphthalene 


X 










Other 


X 










Vatsol 


X 










Waxes, synthetic 


X 










Other miscellaneous 


54, X 






















Total of miscellaneous prod- 


26, 357, 243 
23, 785, 336 


18, 525, 245 
21,898,547 


7, 792, 991 
5,368,217 


42 


ucts for which individual 
statistics are shown. 
Total of miscellaneous prod- 




.24 


ucts for which individual 
statistics cannot be shown. 






Total miscellaneous prod- 


50, 142, 579 


40, 423, 792 


13, 161, 208 


33 


ucts. 







Production of Dyes by Classes of Application 

Table 9 gives comparative figures on tlie production and sales of 
■dyes by classes of application in 1935 and 1934, with the average for 
the period 1925 to 1930. 

Table 9. — Comparison of United States production and sales of dyes by classes of 
application, 1925-30, 1934, and 1935 



Class of application 



Production 



Quantity (pounds) 



1925-30 
average 



1934 



1935 



Percent of total 



1925-30 
average 



1934 



1935 



Acid 

Basic 

Direct 

Acetate silk 

Lake and spirit-soluble 
Mordant and chrome.. 

■Sulfur... 

Vat (including indigo) . 

(a) Indigo 

(6) Other 

CTnclassified 

Total 



11,813,941 
4, 833, 382 

17, 983, 751 

1, 947, 124 

3,611,608 

20, 004, 635 

33, 221, 072 

27,128,311 

6,092,761 

587, 657 



635, 651 
380, 981 
263, 095 
1S7, 255 
580, 534 
154, 390 
441, 952 
963, 234 
818, 492 
144, 742 
570, 520 



14, 593, 749 

5, 389, 058 

26, 073, 439 
> 1, 963, 276 

2,081,012 

6, 264, 133 
16, 949, 143 

27, 908, 296 

13, 614, 238 

14, 294, 058 
710, 555 



12.57 
5.14 

19.13 

2.07 
3.84 
21.28 
35.34 
28.86 
6.48 
.63 



13.35 

5.02 

24.39 

1.36 

4.11 

4.77 

15.42 

30.93 

18.15 

12.78 

.65 



94, 003, 170 



87, 177, 612 



101, 932, 661 



100.00 



100.00 



14.32 

5.29 

25.57 

1.93 

2.04 

6.14 

16.63 

27.38 

13.36 

14.02 

.70 



100.00 



1 Includes certain dyes not classed as acetate silk dyes in 1934. 



42 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Table 9. — Comparison of United States production and sales of dyes by classes of 
application, 1925-30, 1934, o.nd 1935 — -Continued 



Class of application 



Sales 



Quantity (pounds) 



1925-30 
average 



1934 



1935 



Percent of total 



1925-30 
average 



1935 



Acid 

Basic 

Direct 

Acetate silk 

Lake and spirit-soluble 

Mordant and chrome.. 

Sulfur 

Vat (including indigo) _ 

(«) Indigo 

(6) Other 

Unclassified 

Total 



11,699,667 

4, 709, 926 

17, 580, 927 

1, 896, 821 

3, 558, 732 

19,810,565 

32, 429, 018 

27, 111,575 

5, 317, 443 
521, 625 



481, 882 
096, 744 
601, 475 
027, 204 
082, U2 
397, 155 
215, 259 
846, 964 
120, 738 
726, 226 
560, 250 



14, 168, 009 

4, 974, 882 

25, 087, 369 

I 1, 479, 600 

2, 063, 120 

6, 308, 849 

17, 009, 957 

26, ISO, 465 

14,051,451 

12, 129, 014 

682, 213 



12.69 
5.11 

19.07 

2.06 
3.86 
21.48 
35.17 
29.40 
5.77 
.56 



12.43 

4.86 

24.44 

1.21 

3.66 

4.03 

16.86 

31.84 

19.12 

12.72 

.67 



14.46 

5.08 

25.61 

1.51 

2.11 

6.44 

17.36 

26.73 

14.35 

12.38 

.70 



92, 207, 281 



84, 309, 045 



97, 954, 464 



100. 00 



100.00 



100.00 



Sales 



Value 



1925-30 
average 



Acid 

Basic 

Direct 

Acetate silk 

Lake and spirit-soluble 
Mordant and chrome. - 

Sulfur 

Vat (including indigo) . 

(a) Indigo 

(6) Other 

Unclassified 

Total 



$8, 651, 526 
3, 977, 258 



39, 428, 252 



1934 



$8,231,823 
3, 649, 446 

10, 670, 987 

1, 002, 605 

2, 357, 128 

1, 636, 925 

3, 142, 387 

11, 996, 370 

2, 887, 320 
9, 109, 050 

.562, 944 



43, 250, 615 



1935 



$11, 077, 102 

4, 338, 892 

13, 147, 875 

1 1, 879, 736 

1, 277, 092 
3, 041, 479 
3, 798, 351 

12, 272, 209 

2, 452, 243 
9, 819, 966 

655, 625 



51, 488, 361 



Percent of total 



1925-30 
average 



21.94 
10.09 

23.02 

4.27 
5.61 
9.96 

23. 12 
9.49 

13.63 
1.99 



1934 



100. 00 100. 00 



1935 



21.51 
8.43 

25.54 
3.65 
2.48 
5.91 
7.38 

23.83 
4.76 

19.07 
1.27 



100.00 



1 Includes certain dyes not classed as acetate silk dyes in 1934. 

Production of Dyes by Colors, 1935 

In response to numerous requests from the trade, a new statistical 
table is included in this report showing the production of dyes by 
colors and by classes of application. A tabuhition such as is pre- 
sented in table 10 must necessarily be an arbitrary one, since many 
dyes may be listed under two or more color groups. Every effort 
has been made to classify each individual dye under its proper color 
group, and in future the same classifications will be made so that the 
annual compilations may be compared to show trends. No infor- 
mation will be furnished as to the classification of any particular 
dye, as such information might reveal the production of individual 
firms. 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



43 



Table 10. — Coal-tar dyes: United States production by colors and classes of 

application, 1935 





Blacks 


Blues 


Browns 


Greens 


Oranges 


Acid 

Basic - - . - - . 


Pounds 

3, 385, 096 

23, 670 

12, 994, 624 

649, 127 

930, 860 

3, 760, 872 

12, 067, 262 

602, 819 


Pounds 

2, 613, 233 

949, 879 

3, 122, 522 

367, 568 

96, 073 

184,313 

1, 620, 154 

22, 063, 302 


Pounds 

475, 566 

723, 109 

2, 253, 325 

6,983 

4,038 

858, 472 

1,997,171 

1, 646, 796 


Pounds 
656, 248 
282, 970 
944, 180 


Pounds 
1,790,774 
659, 385 


Direct . - - . - 


749, 063 




174, 862 


Lake aod spirit-soluble 


2,365 
119, 150 
217, 857 
799, 488 


297, 438 


Mordant and chrome 


35, 612 


Sulfur 


29, 661 


Vat 


700, 822 


















Total 


34,414,330 


31, 017, 044 


7, 965, 460 


3, 022, 258 


4,437,617 





Reds 


Violets 


Yellows 


Total 


Acid - . - 


Pounds 
2, 644, 261 
808, 735 
3, 024, 903 
220, 214 
587, 144 
664, 405 
789, 704 
494, 062 


Pounds 

671, 276 

1, 008, 600 

442. 030 

98, 6.53 

2.804 

17,035 


Pounds 

2.033,377 
932, 710 

2, 542, 792 
239, 658 
160, 290 
624, 274 
227, 334 

1, 217, 309 


Pounds 
1 14. 269, 831 


Basic 

Direct. . . - . 


5. 389, 058 
26. 073, 439 


Acetate silk 

Lake and spirit-soluble 


2 1,963,276 
2,081,012 


Mordant and chrome . - _ - 


6, 264, 133 


Sulfur 


16, 949, 143 


Vat . . 


383, 698 


27, 908, 296 


Unclassified . 


710, 555 










Total -. . 


9, 233, 428 


2, 624, 096 


7,977,744 


I 2 101,608,743 







' Food dyes not included. 

2 Includes 206,211 pounds not classified by color. 



Correction of chlorine consumption figures in 1934 report. — ^The 
Commission's attention has been called, by the Chlorine Insti- 
tute, to an error in the figures for chlorine consumed in the 
United States in the manufacture of coal-tar products in 1934. 
In table 10, page 38 of the 1934 report, the quantity of chlorine 
used was reported as 117,182,000 pounds. This figrure should 
read 72,606,000 pounds and the total consumption of certain 
inorganic chemicals should be 1,061,207,000 pounds. 

A large consumer reported his total consumption of chlorine 
instead of that used in the manufacture of coal-tar products. 



88446—36- 



PART III 

DETAILED STATISTICS OF IMPORTS INTO THE UNITED STATES OF 
DYES AND OTHER COAL-TAR CHEMICALS, AS OBTAINED FROM 
AN ANALYSIS OF INVOICES 

(Pars. 27 and 28, TariflF Act of 1930) 

Official statistics (Foreign Commerce and Navigation of the United 
States) report the importation in 1935 of 4,606,240 pounds of coal-tar 
dyes, with a dutiable value of $6,034,376. These are analyzed in 
detail in part V, appendix 1, of this report. An analysis of invoices 
made by the Tariff Commission covers imports of 3,638,177 pounds 
valued at $5,489,547, or about 80 percent of the volume and 90 per- 
cent of the value of imports reported in official statistics. The dis- 
crepancies between the figures obtained from the analysis of invoices 
and the official figures may be accounted for by incomplete coverage 
of the invoice analyses, and by the broader statistical classifications 
in the official figures. 

Table 11 affords a comparison of imports of coal-tar dyes since 
1925 with imports in the fiscal year 1914. The figures for quantity 
in the year 1914 were taken from Department of Commerce, Special 
Agent Series 121, and for value from Foreign Commerce and Naviga- 
tion. The figures for the years 1925 to 1930, inclusive, were taken 
from the annual Census of Dyes and Other Synthetic Organic Chem- 
icals, published by the United States Tariff Commission; those for 
the years 1931-35 are from Statement 2865, published jointly by the 
Tariff Commission and the Department of Commerce. 

Table 11. — Coal-tar dyes: Imports into the United States, fiscal year 1914 and 

calendar years 1925-35 



Year 


Quantity 


Invoice 
value 


Year 


Quantity 


Invoice 
value 


1935 


Pounds 

3, 638, 177 
3,392,717 

4, 288, 214 

3, 903, 236 

4, 736, 712 
4,114,882 


$5, 489, 547 
5, 035, 325 
4,791,704 
3, 516, 347 
4, 099, 521 
3, 500, 154 


1929 


Pounds 
6, 437, 147 
5,351,951 
4, 233, 046 

4, 673, 196 

5, 209, 601 
45, 950, 895 


$5, 374, 085 
4, 321, 867 


1934 


1928 - 


1933 


1927 


3,413,886 


1932 


1926 


4, 103, 301 
4, 637, 240 


1931 


1925 


1930- - 


1914 


9, 502, 714 









Table 12.— Coal-tar dyes: Percentage of imports from principal producing countries, 

1934 and 1935 



Country of origin or shipment 


Percent of total 
quantity 


1935 


1934 


Germany 


48.62 

50.18 

.84 

.36 


53.94 

45.16 

.83 

.07 


Switzerland 


England.- 


Other --- 


Total 


100. 00 


100. 00 





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DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



45 



Table 13. — Coal-tar dyes: Imports into the United States, classified by method of 
application, 1934 and 1935 







1935 






1934 




Class of dye 


Quantity 


Invoice 
value 


Percent 
of total 
quantity 


Quantity 


Invoice 
value 


Percent 
of total 
quantity 


Acid 


Pounds 

785, 797 

784, 253 

317,436 

999, 906 

503, 682 

109, 222 

77, 340 

59, 371 

1,170 


$1,131,903 

1. 108, 626 

364, 987 

1, 438, 596 

990, 170 

203, 883 

52, 701 

197, 195 

1,486 


21.60 

21.56 

8.73 

27.48 

13.84 

3.00 

2.13 

1.63 

.03 


Pounds 

558, 684 

911,354 

244, 715 

936, 316 

528, 743 

91, 167 

70, 669 

40, 768 

10, .301 


$795, 547 

1,218,384 

260, 725 

1, 345, 295 

1, 125, 013 

151,510 

46, 346 

78, 697 

13, 808 


16 47 


Vat 


26 86 


Mordant and chrome 


7 21 


Direct i 


27 60 


Artificial silk . . 


15 58 


Basic 


2 69 


Sulphur 


2 08 


Color lake and spirit soluble 


1 20 


Unclassified, miscellaneous 


.31 


Total 


3, 638. 177 


5, 489, 547 


100. 00 


3, 392, 717 


5, 035, 325 


100 00 







' Includes rapid fast dyes. 

Table 14. — Coal-tar chemicals: Imports into the United States {from invoice 

analyses), 1934 and 1935 



1935 



Quantity 



Invoice 
value 



Quantitj' 



Invoice 
value 



Aromatic chemicals 

Medicinals and pharmaceuticals 

Other products in par. 28 

Intermediates 

Color lakes 



Pounds 
22,115 
22, 485 
103, 111 

1, 884, 784 
14, 031 



$44, 739 

73, 343 

9.5, 885 

2, 055, 189 

12, 024 



Pounds 
24, 739 
14, 089 

1, 918, 888 

14,112 



$48, 824 

68, 532 

1, 889, 163 



Table 15. — Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses. 



Colour 


Compet- 


Index 


itive 


No. 


status > 


9 


NC 


11 


NC 


27 


C 


32 


NC 


32 


NC 


32 


NC 


32 


NC 


54 


NC 


77 


NC 


114 


C 


114 


c 


145 


C2 


167 




239 


NC 


246 


C2 


252 


c 


256 


NC 


276 


NC 2 


307 


C 


315 


NC 


636 


C 



Name of dye 



Quantity 



Subtotal Total 



Martius yellow crystals.-. 
Anthralan yellow RRT.. 
Acid orange F 

Acid anthracene red 5BL- 
Brilliant sulphon red B^.. 
Brilliant sulphon red lOB. 
Fast sulphon violet 5BS-. 



Sorrel red X 

Pilatus scarlet A. 
Erio fast red B .. 
Kiton fast red R. 



Pounds 



50 
251 
112 
198 



110 
3, 195 



Jasmine high cone 

Pilatus chrome brown RX. 

Acid brown G 

Blue black NSF 

Cotton scarlet extra 

Cloth red 3G 

Wool fast scarlet R 

Acid milling black BB 

Brilliant black BX 

Fast light yellow 2G. 



Pounds 

50 

750 

2,436 



611 

3,900 

125 



3,305 

750 

400 

100 

175 

100 

75 

275 

11,025 

4,050 

50 



'J C = Competitive; NC = Noncompetitive. 
^ Status changed during the year. 



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Table 15. 



-Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in- 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Colour 


Compet- 
itive 
status 


Name of dye 


Quantity 


Index 
No. 


Subtotal 


Total 


639 


NO 

NC 

C 

C2 

c 

NC 
C 

NC 
NC 


ACID DYES— contioued 
Acid chrome yellow OL . . ... 


Pounds 
1,050 

275 


Pounds 


639 










1,325 


667 


990 
6,615 


667 








Lissamine green SFS _ ...... .. 


7,605 
180 


670 




671 


Acid sky blue . . .. ... 


22 

19,286 

1,653 

2,755 




671 


Erioglaucine AP . . 




671 






671 








Brilliant acid blue NVS 


23,716 


672 


22 

993 

2,227 

5,588 


672 


C 2 

c 

c 

c 

NC 
NC 
NC 

C 
C 
C 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C 
NC 

C 
C 

NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 

NC 

NC 
C 

NC 2 
C 

NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 

C 
NC 
NC 

C 

c 
c 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 


Erioglaucine supra . ... 




672 


Kiton pure blue V... 




672 


Xylene blue VS. - ....... . . .... ... 




673 


Xylene blue AS 


8,830 
8,061 


692 


Acid magenta 


744 

234 

3,650 




692 


Acid magenta AS . . 




692 


Acid magenta O. 






Kiton fast violet lOB . . . 


4,628- 
662 


696 




698 


Acid violet 4BL0 


100 
661 




698 


Benzyl violet 5BN 






Eriocyanine AC. 


761 
551 


699 




700 


Alkali violet 4BN00.. 




50' 


701 


Acid violet 7BN_ 




20 


702 


Acid violet 7B. . .. 




25 


707 


Ink blue BJTBN . . .... 


1,000 
5.50 




707 


Soluble blue I, old 






Patent blue V . 


1,550 
1,100 


712 




714 


Kiton blue A. ..... 




3,880 


715 


Blue extra . . 


2,300 

100 

1,565 




715 


Blue FF.,_ 




715 


Xylene cyanol FF extra. -. ... .. 






Acid violet 6BN 


3, 965 


717 


6,305 
1,300 


717 


Acid violet 6BN00 




733 


Intensive blue B._ 


7,605 
162 


735 


Alkali fast green 3G 


2,800 
4,409 
1,432 




735 


Erio green B ... ... 




735 


Kiton fast green V 






Sulpho rhodamine B . ... 


8,641. 


748 


3,600 
4,034 


748 


Xylene red B cone . .. . .. .. ... 






Fast acid eosine G 


7,634 
150 


756 




757 


Fast acid violet B 




70- 


758 


Fast acid violet R 




400 


760 


Violamine laSBA... . ... 




19 


767 


Chrvsoline A- ...... 




2, 555 - 


768 


Eosine OFF 




990 


801 


Quinoline yellow . .... . 


2,250 
1,014 




801 


Quinoline vellow SS . 






Azo carmine GX. 


3,264 
900 


828 




829 


Azo carmine BX .. . 




1,020 


833 


Wool fast violet B . . 


200 
300 




833 


Xvlene milling violet B cone . 






Acid cyanine BF .... 


500. 
8,305 


853 




860 


Aniline blue BB. 




585 


865 


NigrosineT. . 


6,700 
200 




865 


Silver gray P 

Alizarin light blue ESE . 


6,900' 


1053 


13, 023 
924 


1053 


Alizarin light blue SE . 






Alizarin emeraldol Q . . ... . 


13, 947 
250 


1056 




1058 


Alizarin uranol BB 


131 
25 




1058 


Alizarin uranol R.. ... . . . . 








156- 



2 Status changed during the year. 



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47 



'Table 15. — Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Compet- 
itive 
status 



C 

C 

NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 

C 
C 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C 

C 2 

NC 

NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C 



Name of dye 



ACID DYES — continued 



Anthracene blue SWR_ 

Anthralan violet 3B 

Alizarin light vio et RS. 



Alizarin direct blue RBX. 

Alizarin ligh ( blue R 

Lanasol blue R 



Alizarin direct blue B... 
Alizarin direct blue BH. 



Anthraquinone blue SR 

Alizarin rubinol 5G 

Anthralan violet 3R 

Acetyl black N 

Acetyl colors, various 

Acid blue RBF 

Acid blue TCR 

Acid brilliant black B 

Acid brilliant blue R 

Acid brilliant rhodamine NB. 

Acid brown RN 

Acid leather brown EG 

Acid leather brown EGB 

Acid leather brown E3G 

Acid leather brown E6G 

Acid leather brown EGR 

Acid leather brown EKR 

Acid leather brown ER 

Acid leather brown E3R 

Acid leather brown ET 

Acid leather brown GBL 

Acid leather brown RT 

Acid light green AEJ 

Acid milling scarlet G 

Acid milling yellow G 

Acid pure blue BR 

Acid pure blue R 

Acid rhodamine G 

Acid rhodamine R 

Acid rhodamine 3R 

Acid violet 4BN00 

Acid violet CBB 

Acid violet CIOBX -.- 

Acid violet R 

Acid violet RN_. --- 

Acid yellow 2P -.- 

Alizarin astrol violet B 

Alizarin cyanine green 5G 

Alizarin direct blue BN 

Alizarin direct blue 60 

Alizarin direct violet ER 

Alizarin irisol RL 

Alizarin light blue FF 

Alizarin light blue 4GL 

Alizarin light brown BE 

Alizarin light violet 2RC 

Alizarin milling blue SL 

Alizarin night blue AG 

Alizarin sky blue FEB 

Alizarin sky blue FFG 

Alizarin sky blue G 

Alizarin supra blue SES 

Alizarin supra sky G 

Alizarin supra skv R 

Alkali fast green BBF 

Alphanol brown B 

Amido fast red GO . 

Amido naphthol brown 3G. - 
Anthralan Bordeaux B. . -.. 

Ahthralan red B 

Anthralan red GG - 

Anthralan violet 4BF 

Blue FFG 

Blue black HF 

Blue black ink powder 



Quantity 



Subtotal 



Pounds 



1,950 
506 



400 

4,336 

110 



^Status changed during the year. 



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Table 15. — Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Colour 
Index 

No. 



Compet- 
itive 
status 



NC 
C 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C 
NC 

C 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C J 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C 

NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 

C 

C 

c 
c 
c 

NC2 
C 

NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 



Name of dye 



ACID DYES — continued 



Brilliant acid blue B 

Brilliant acid blue FF 

Brilliant acid rhodamine NB 

Brilliant acid violet 6B 

Brilliant alizarin mUlint; blue G. 

Brilliant black BK 

Brilliant indocyanine 6B .. 

Brilliant cyanine 6B 

Brilliant acid blue 6B 



Brilliant indocyanine 7BF. 

Brilliant indocyanine G 

Brilliant acid blue G 



Brilliant sulpho flavine FF 

Brilliant wool blue FFB 

Brilliant wool blue FFBX 

Cloth fast brilliant blue G 

Cloth fast brown 5R 

Cloth fast green G 

Cloth fast orange G 

Cloth fast orange R 

Cloth fast red B 

Cloth fast red 3B 

Cloth fast yellow 2G 

Cloth fast yellow 5G 

Cloth fast yellow R 

C yanine HB 

Discharge black B 

Discharge red B for silk 

Discharge red J 

Erganil gray RC 

Erganil light brown C . 

Erio fast black B 

Erio fast brilliant fuchsine BBL.. 
Erio fast brilliant fuchsine BBLS- 

Erio fast brilliant violet BR 

Erio fast brown R 

Erio fast brown 5RL 

Erio fast orange GL 

Erio fast red 2B 

Erio fast red G 

Fast acid black N 

Fast acid green BB •_ 

Fast blue LM 

Fast silk yellow G 

Fullacine yellow G 

Gloria yelfow G 

Guinfia brown ORL 

Guinea brown RLS 

Guinea fast green B 

Ink fast black A 

Kiton brown R 

Kiton fast green A 

Kiton fast red 4BL 

Kiton fast yellow Q 

Lanasol violet R 

Mctanil red 3B 

Neutral red BX 



Milling 
Milling 
Milling 
Milling 
Milling 
Milling 
Milling 
Milling 
Milling 
Minaxo 
Neolan 
Neolan 
Neolan 
Neolan 
Pilatus 



orange O 

orange GN-. .. 
red G A 

scarlet N5B 

yellow HG 

vellow H3G.... 
yellow H5G_ .. 

yellow N6J 

yellow O 

acid brown G.. 

black OG 

blue B 

blupG 

blueOG 

fast blue GGN. 



Quantity 



Subtotal 



Pounds 



30, 350 

3,748 

500 



15, 050 
552 



950 
526 



33, 864 
13, 750 



Pounds 

75 
155 

55 
250 
39S 
250 



> Status changed during the year. 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



49 



Table 15. — Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Colour 
Index 

No. 



Compet- 
itive 

status 



NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 

C 

c 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC2 
NC 



Quantity 



Name of dye 



ACID DYES — continued 
Pilatus fast blue GGNOO 



Neolan blue RR 

Neolan Bordeaux R 

Neolan brown R 

Neolan green LBN 

Neolan orange G 

Pilatus fast orange GEN. 



Neolan orange GRE 

Neolan orange R 

Neolan orange 2R 

Pilatus fast orange RN. 



Neolan pink B. 

Neolan pink BA 

Neolan pink G 

Neolan red BRE 

Neolan red GRE 

Neolan red R 

Neolan violet R 

Neolan violet 3R 

Pilatus fast violet 3RN- 

Neolan violet brown B. 

Neolan yellow BE 

Pilatus fast yellow EL.. 



Neolan yellow G 

Neolan yellow 60 

Neolan vellow G R 

Pilatus fast yellow GRN.. 

Neotolyl black TL extra... 

Neuter red NB for silk 

Neutral brown RX 

Neutral orange OX 

Neutral yellow P2J 

Neutral yellow RX 

Novazol acid bhie BL 

Novazol acid blue GL 

Novazol acid blue SL 

Novazol blue B 

Pilatus fast black GG 

Pilatus fast black RRNX. 
Pilatus fast black WAN... 

Pilatus fast blue 

Pilatus fast blue BN 

Pilatus fast blue G 

Pilatus fa.st blue GR. 

Neolan blue GR 



Pilatus fast blue RRN 

Pilatus fast blue black BN 

Pilatus fast brown BRRNO 

Pilatus fast brown GGNX 

Pilatus fast claret BN 

Pilatus fast claret RNX 

Pilatus fast green BLN.. 

Pilatus fast marine blue RENA. 

Pilatus fast orange GN 

Pilatus fast pink B 

Pilatus fast pink BNOO 

Pilatus fast pink G 

Pilatus fast red GRE 

Pilatus fast red RN___ 

Pilatus fast violet 5RN_ 

Pilatus fast yellow ELN 

Pilatus fast yellow 3GN 

Pilatus fast vellow CGN 

Pilatus fast yellow 5GN0 

Polar blue G_.. 

Polar brilliant blue GAW 

Polar brilliant red B 

Polar brilliant red SB 



Subtotal Total 



Pounds 
162 



6,635 

75 



5, 930 

3,197 

150 



220 
150 



11,023 
1,000 



20,063 
11, 700 



1,450 
1, IM 



Pounds 



' Status changed during the year. 



50 



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Table 15. — -Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — -Continued 



Colour 

Index 

No. 


Compet 
itive 
status 


Name of dye 


Quantity 


Subtotal 


Total 




NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C 

c 

NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 2 

C 

c 

c 
c 

NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 

C 
C 

C 
NC 
C 
C 
C 
C 

NC 

NC 
C 

C 
C 
C 
C 

NC 

NC 

C 

NC 

NC 

C 

NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 


ACID DYES— continued 
Polar brilliant red 5B . ._ _ 


Pounds 


Pounds 

220 




Polar brilliant red lOB . 




55 




Polar brilliant red 3BN - - 




6,064 




Polar brilliant red G ._- 




110 




Polar gray -. .- -_- . . - --. -_. 




4,250 




Polar maroon VC 




4,408 
776 




Polar yellow 3G ._ . 






Radio brown B... 




975 




Radio brown S . . _ 




40 




Saturn yellow GO 




25 




Selan printing brown 3R .--.-._. 




875 




Sella acid brown B . . . 




551 




Sella acid brown G 




3,000 








500 




Sella black 2B. . . . 




22 




Sella flavine GC 




165 




Silk yellow GF 




85 




Silk yellow R 




4, 158 




Sulpho rhodamine BG 




1,700 




Sulpho rhodaraine G . . 




75 




Sulphon yellow 5G . ... ... 




350 




Suprainine blue R . 




1,900 




Supraniine brown G 




2,525 




Supramine brown R 




1,900 




Supramine green G 




200 




Supramine orange G _ ... 




175 




Supramine pure blue BL 




25 




Supramine red B 




5,000 




Supramine violet R . . . 




175 




Supramine yellow G 




200 




Supramine vellow 3G 




50 




Supramine vellow 3GL_-_ 




550 




Wool black GRF 




50 




Wool blue R 




10 




Wool discharge blue GN_ . 




175 




Wool fast red 3B 




1,525 




Xylene milling orange R 




507 




Xylene milling red B 




1,014 


959 


VAT DYES 

CibablueRH 


771 
4,500 




969 


Hydron blue R paste . . 






Hydron blue G paste, G pdr. (s. s.) 


5,271 
15, 000 


971 




1093 


Vat blue WB 




2,004 


1102 


Vat black BGA dbl. paste (s. s.) 




700 


1106 


Vat brilliant blue R pdr. (s. s.)... 




2,200 


1109 


Vat blue 3G paste 


450 
2,750 




1109 


Vat blue 3GN pdr. (s. s.) 






Vat blue GGSL pdr. (s. s.) 


3,200 


1110 


750 

3,250 

800 


1110 


Vat blue GGSNL dbl. paste, GGSNL pdr. (s. s.). 




1110 


Vat blue GQSZ dbl. paste (s. s.)_. 






Vat blue 5G pdr. (s. s.) 


4,800 
1 400 


nil 




1113 


Vat blue GOD pdr. (s. s.) . 




48 


1116 


Vat green BB paste, BB pdr. (s. s.) 




2,750 


1120 


Algol brown BT pdr 




75 


1123 


Algol gray R pdr. (s. s.) 




1 GOO 


1131 


Vat red 5GK pdr. (s. s.). 




400 


1132 


Vat yellow GK paste, GK pdr. (s. s.) 


3,700 
440 




1132 


Cibanone yellow GK pdr. (s. s.)... 






Algol red BK pdr. (s. s.) 


4,140 
200 


1133 




1135 


Vat brilliant violet RK paste, RK pdr. (s. s.) 




20, 638 


1136 


Grelanone orange R pdr. (s. s.) 


528 
200 




1136 


Vat orange RRK pdr. (s. s.) 






Vat orange 6RTK paste, 6RTK pdr. (s. s.) 


728 
270 


1137 




1142 


Algol red GT dbl. paste (s. s.) 




300 


1143 


Vat Bordeaux B paste, B pdr. (s. s.) . 




275 


1144 


Vatcorinth RK paste 




175 


1145 


Vat gray GK paste 




250 

7,500 

36. 35n 


1149 


Vat brown GR pdr. (s. s.). 




1151 


Vat brown BR paste, BR pdr. (s. s.) 





' status changed during the year. 



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51 



Table 15. — Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Compet- 
itive 
status 



C 

c 
c 
c 
c 

NO 
NC 

C 

NC 
NC 

C 

C 
NC 

NC 
NC 

C 

c 
c 

NC 

C 

NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 

C 

NC 
NC 



NC 

NC 

C 

NC 
NC 
NC 

C 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C 

C 

C 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C 
NC 

C 
NC 2 
NC 
NC 

C 
NC 
NC 



Name of dye 



VAT DYES — continued 

Vat red violet RRK paste, RRK pdr. (s. s.)- 

Vat red RK paste, RK pdr. (s. s.) .. 

Vat violet FFBN paste, FFBN pdr. (s. s.).. 

Cibanone orange R paste, R pdr. (s. s.) 

Cibanone yellow R. pdr. (s. s.) 

Cibanone black B paste, B pdr. (s. s.) 

Cibanone black 2G pdr. (s. s.) 



Cibanone blue 3G 

Helindone yellow CO vat pdr. 
Indigosol yellow ilCG 



Indigo MLB/W_., 
Indigo vat BASF. 
Indigosol O 



Indigo vat BASF/RR. 
Indigosol OR 



Indigo pure BASF/RB 

Brilliant indigo 4B pdr. (s. s.) 

Brilliant indigo BASF/4B pdr. (s. s.)_ 
Indigosol 04B 



Indigo MLB/6B pdr. (s. s.) 

Brilliant indigo BASF/BB paste, BASF/BB pdr. (s. s.). 
Brilliant indigo BB pdr. (s. s.) 



Brilliant indigo BASF/4G 

Brilliant indigo 4G paste. 4G pdr. (s. s.). 



Brilliant indigo B paste 

Brilliant indigo B.\SI'7B paste. 



Ciba yellow G 

Indigosol AZO 

Algol red 5B paste 

Ciba pink B paste 

Helindone red BB vat pdr. (s. s.). 



Algol rubine B pdr. Cs. s.) 

Indigosol red violet IRIl 

Vat red vioiet RH pdr. (s. s.). 



Indigosol orange HR 

Vat scnrlet R paste. R pdr. (s. s.). 

.\1.2ol brown 3R pdr. (s. s.) 

Helindone scarlet GG pdr. (s. s.).. 
Vat scarlet GG paste 



Ciba red R pdr. (s. s.) 

Algol brown BR pdr 

Algol scarlet B paste, B pdr. Cs. s.) 

Algol violet BBN dbl. paste, BBN pdr. (s. s.).-.. 

Algol violet R pdr. (s. s.) 

Algol yellow OC dbl. paste (s. s.) 

Algol yellow GR jidr. Cs. s.) 

Brilliant indigo BASF^ 

Ciba blue GBH 

Ciba brown B paste 

Ciba brown G paste 

Ciba pink BG paste 

Cibanone black B.\ pdr 

Cibanone black KA pdr 

Cibanone blue BR pdr 

Cibanone blue 3GF paste 

Cibanone dark blue MB pdr 

Cibanone dark blue MBA pdr 

Cibanone golden orange 2R paste, 2R pdr. (s. s.). 

Cibanone navy blue RA pdr. (s. s.) 

Cibanone orange 2R pdr.. 

Cibanone orange fiR paste 

Cibanone orange 8R paste, 8R pdr. (s. s.) 

Cibanone red 4B paste 



Quantity 



Subtotal Total 



Pounds 



3,456 
2,640 



225 
3,345 



551 
12, 701 



600 
160 



1,200 

1,500 

55, 000 



5,284 
3,275 



18,345 
10, 448 



9,143 
3,150 



2,850 
I.Hfi 
3.275 



730 
10 



125 
350 



Pounds 
4,850 
3,300' 
8, 785 
4,184 
3,080' 



2 Status changed during the year. 



52 



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TABT.E 15. — Cktal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into_ the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



•Colour 


Compet- 


Index 


itive 


No. 


status 




NC 




NC 




NC 




C 




NC 




NC 




C 




NC 


1 


NC 


' 


NC 




NC ' 


1 


NC 




NC 




NC 




C 1 


i 


NC 


1 


NC 




NC ' 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC ■ 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 


1 


NC ■ 




NC ■ 




NC ■ 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC ■ 




NC : 




NC 




C 




c 


i 


c 


i 


NC 1 




C ' 


^ 


NC 


j 


c 




NC 


1 


c 




NC , 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




C 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC , 




NC2 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 



Name of dye 



VAT DYE3— continued 



Cibanone red G paste 

Cibinone violet 6B pdr 

Cihanone violet 2BW paste 

Cibnnone violet 4R 

Cibanone yellow 3G paste 

Cibanone yellow 2GR pdr. (s. s.) 

Grelanone red BB paste, BB pdr. (s. s.) 

rielindnne blick R -_ 

Helindone black T 

Relindone brown CRD vat pdr 

TIelindone brown CV vat pdr 

ITelmdone creen B vat 

Helindone red CR vat pdr. (s. s.) 

Ilydron blue BR pdr 

Hydron blue RR pdr 

Indigo samples 

Indigosol HB 

IndiRosol OfiB 

IndiRosol blue IBC 

Indigosol brilliant pink I3B 

Indigosol brown IRRD 

Indigosol golden yellow IGK 

Indigosol golden yellow IRK 

Indigosol gray IBL 

Indigosol green AB 

Indigosol pink IR. 

Indigosol printing black IB 

Indigosol printing blue IB._ 

Indigosol printing blue IGG_ 

Indigosol printing purple IR 

Indigosol printing violet IBBF 

Indigosol printing violet IRR 

Indigosol red HR .. 

Indigosol scarlet HB 

Indigosol scarlet IB 

Indigosol yellow B 

Indigosol yellow V -_. 

Solanthrene brilliant violet NR 

Solanthrene brilliant violet N2R 

Solanthrene vellow N2J -■ 

Vat black 

Vat blue GPZ pdr 

Vat blue RPZ pdr -. 

Vat blue RZ dbl. paste (s. s.) 

Vat Bordeaux paste 

Vat brilliant blue .3Q paste, 30 pdr. (s. s.) 

Vat brilliant orange GK pdr. (s. s.) . 

Vat brilliant orange OR dbl. paste, GR pdr. (s. s.V 

Vat brilliant pink 3B pdr 

Vat brilliant pink BBI, pdr 

Vat brilliant '-iolet BBX pdr 

Vat brown FFR pdr. (s. s.) 

Vat brown .3GT paste, 3GT pdr. (s. s.). 

Vat brown 3R paste, 3R pdr. (s. s.) 

Vat brown RT pdr. (s. s.) 

Vat direct black RB paste, RB pdr. (s. s.) 

Vat golden yellow RK dbl. paste (s. s.) 

Vat gray 3B paste. 3B pdr. (s. s.) 

Vat gray BG paste, BG pdr 

Vat grav M paste, M pdr 

Vat gray RRTI paste 

Vat green QT paste 

Vat navy blue BF pdr 

Vat nav\ blue R paste, R pdr. (s. s.) 

Vat olive 3G pa.'Jte, 3G pdr _ 

Vat olive GB dbl. paste (s. s.) 

Vat olive GE dbl. paste (s. s.) 

Vat olive green B pdr 

Vat olive green BS pdr 

Vat orange F3R paste, F3R pdr. (s. s.) 

Vat orange 4R paste. _„ 

Vat orange 7RK paste .-. 

Vat orange fiRTX pdr 

Vat prinf'ng black B paste --. 

Vat printing black BL paste 



Quantity 



Subtotal 



Pounds 



s Status ebanged during the year. 



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53 



Table 15. — Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Colour 


Compet- 


Index 


itive 


No. 


status 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




C 




C 




NC 




C2 




NC 




NC 




NC 


1 


NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




C 




C 




NC 




NC 


105 


C 


157 


NC 


172 




173 


NC 


219 


NC 


292 


NC 


720 


NC 


721 


NC 


722 


C 


723 




727 


NC 


762 


NC 


■879 


NC 


879 


NC 


■884 


NC 


884 


NC 


•892 


NC 


■900 


NC 


•905 


NC 


931 


NC 


931 




1019 


NC 


1027 


C 


1033 


c 


1033 


c 


1034 


NC 


1035 


NC 


1040 


c 


1045 


NC 


1050 


c 


1051 


c 


1060 


c 


1064 


NC 


1067 


NC 


1071 


NC 


1078 


NC 


1080 


C 


1084 


NC 




NC 




NC 



Name of dye 



VAT DYES — continued 



Vat printing black BR supraflx 

Vat printing black TL supraflx 

Vat printing blue GO supraflx 

Vat printing brown ON supraflx 

Vat printing brown R paste . 

Vat printing brown 5R supraflx 

Vat printing hrown TM supraflx 

Vat printing deep black BD paste 

Vat printing orange GO pdr 

Vat printing violet F4R pdr 

Vat printing yellow 5GK dbl. paste (s. s.)__- 

Vat red BK piste, BK pdr. (s. s.) 

Vat red BKPpdr 

Vat red FBB pdr 

Vat red GG dW. paste, GG pdr. (s. s.) 

Vat red orown R dbl. paste, R pdr. (s. s.)... 
Vat red brown 5RF paste, 5RF pdr. (s. s.)... 

Vat red brown RR paste 

Vat scarlet B paste, B pdr. (s. s.) 

Vat scarlet F3Q supraflx 

Vat scarlet 4 G paste - _- 

Vat yellow FFRK paste, FFRK pdr. (s. s.)- 

Vat yellow 6GD dbl. paste, (s. s.) 

Vat yellow GF paste. GF pdr. (s. s.) 

Vat yellow 3GF dbl. paste, 3GF pdr. (s. s.).. 

Vat vellow 3R pi.ste, 3R pdr. (s. s.) 

Vatvcllow3RTpdr. (s. s.) 



MORDANT AND CHROME DTtS 



Acid anthracene brown R_- 
Eriochrome phosphine RR. 

Acid alizarin black R 

Metachrome violet B 

Eriochrome flavine A 

Eriochrome verdon S 

Eriochrome azurol B 

Polytrop blue 2B 

Eriochrome cyanine RC 

Chrome azurol S 

Chrome violet 

Chromorhodine BR 

Chromazurine E 

Chromazurine G 



Quantity 



Subtotal Total 



Pounds 



Chromacetin blue S. 
Gallo navy blue S... 



Blue 1900 TCD 

Coreine RR___ 

Gallazine No. 90 

Brilliant alizarin blue R. 
Indochromine 2R 



Alizarin black S 

Alizarin red VI 

Alizarin orange A... 
Alizarin orange CA. 



Alizarin carmine 

Alizarin brown HD 

Alizarin red SX 

Alizarin Bordeaux BD 

Alizarin cyanine RR 

Alizarin cyanine GG 

Brilliant alizarin cyanine 3G- 

Alizarin cyclamine R 

Alizarin blue S 

Alizarin green S 

Alizarin cyanine green 3G 

Anthraquinone violet 

Alizarin viridine FF 

Acid alizarin gray G 

Acid alizarin red G 



220 
495 



3,195 
475 



35 
50; 



7,000 
7,105 



Pounds 

10 

8,650 

250 

10,050 

8,500 

25 

7,775 

3,483 

4 

4 

500 

650 

250 

1,875 

2, 100 

9,000 

6,300 

1, 100 

3,700 

300 

675 

8,100 

550 

15,550 

16,650 

5,800 

1,750 



.50 

3,565 

500 

4,150 

62, 382 

9,922 

10 

110 

7,415 

1,103 

331 

1,541 



715 



3,670 

1,102 

33 

2,204 



.542 
6,000 
9,700 



14, 105 

112 

9,200 

2,820 

700 

300 

100 

350 

6,000 

1,850 

1,140 

925 

3,575 

9,990 

3,300 

350 



'Status changed during the year. 



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Table 15. — Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Colour 

Index 

No. 



Compet- 
itive 
status 



NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 



Name of dye 



MORDANT AND CHROME DYES— Continued 



Acid anthracene brown WSG 

Acid anthracene red 3BL-- 

Acid chrome blue 3G 

Acid chrome red B 

Acid chrome yellow BL 

Alizarin blue green BBS 

Alizarin earmoisine 

Alizarin fast gray BBLW 

Alizarin fast light brown GL 

Anthracene chromate brown EB 

Azo alizarin earmoisine 

Azol printing red R 

Brilliant chrome green 3GN 

Brilliant fast cvanine R 

Chromal violet ROX 

Chromazurine DN 

Chrome brown B 

Chrome deep brown AG 

Chrome fast brown EB 

Chrome fast orange RD 

Chrome fast phosphine B 

Chrome fast phosphine R 

Chrome fast vesuvine BB 

Chrome fast xanthine 2R.. 

Chrome gray III 

Chrome luxine yellow 5G 

Chrome printing red B 

Chromocitronine 3R 

Chromocitronine V 

Chromogene red BD 

Chromorosamine BB 

Chromoxane brilliant violet SB 

Chromoxane brilliant violet SBN-... 

Chromoxane pure blue BLD 

Corintron brown BF 

Corintron violet RF 

Diamond green BW 

Diamond red 3B. 

Eriochromal brown AEB 

Eriochromal brown G 

Eriochromal gray 5G 

Eriochrome azurol G 

Eriochrome blue S 

Eriochrome blue black G 

Eriochrome brilliant blue BR 

Eriochrome brilliant red BL 

Eriochrome brilliant violet B supra. 

Eriochrome brown DKL.- 

Eriochrome brown SWN 

Eriochrome geranol R 

Eriochrome gray BL 

Eriochrome green L 

Eriochrome orange 2RL , 

Eriochrome red 3B cone 

Eriochrome red G 

Eriochrome red 6G 

Eriochrome violet 3B 

Eriochrome yellow MBG 

Eukanol blue 

Eukanol red 

Eukanol rubine 

Fast chrome green BN 

Fast leather brown EGC 

Fast leather brown ERC 

Fast mordant blue B 

Metachrome black blue G 

Metachrome blue black BBX 

Metachrome Bordeaux BL 

Metachrome brilliant blue BL , 

Metachrome brilliant blue GL 

Metachrome brilliant blue 8RL 

Metachrome brown 6G 

Metachrome olive QG__ 

Metachrome orange 4RL 

Metachrome violet RR 



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55 



Table 15. — Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Compet- 
itive 
status 



NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 



C 
C 

c 

NC 
NC 

C 
C 

NC 
C 

NC 

NC 
C 



.C2 

NC 

C 

NC 



C 

c 
c 

NC 2 

c 



Name of dye 



MORDANT AND CHROME DYES— Continued 



Modern black N 

Modern black ND 

Modern gray PB 

Modern gray PS 

Modern violet O 

Monochrome black blue G.. 

Mordant gray AS 

Naphtochrome azurine B... 

Naphtochrome violet R 

Chromoxane brilliant violet RE 

Eriochrome brilliant violet R supra- 



New chromazurine IIB 

Novochrome black CW 

Novochrome black N 

Novochrome brilliant orange RRN. 

Novochrome fast Bordeaux G 

Novochrome fast brown 3B 

Novochrome fast brown G 

Novochrome fast brown GT 

Novochrome fast brown 3RD 

Novochrome fast yellow 5R 

Novochrome gray B 

Novochrome green B. _.. 

Novochrome navy blue 

Novochrome orange 2R 

Omega chrome brown G 

Omega chrome brown P cone 

Omega chrome fast green G 

Omega chrome yellow ME 

Omega flavine CLG 

Radio chrome blue B 

Supranol Bordeaux B 

Supranol brilliant blue O 

Supranol brilliant red B 

Supranol brilliant red SB 

Supranol brilliant red G 

Supranol orange GSO 

Supranol orange RR 

Supranol red BB 

Supranol red BR 

Ultra orange R 



Brilliant geranine B. 
Geranine G 



DIRECT DYES 



Erika B extra. 
Silk red ST.... 
Stanley red 



Thiazinered RXX 

Chlorazol fast brown RKS.. 

Neutral gray G 

Diphenyl brown GS 

Diazol chrome brown N3J0. 



Benzo fast rubine BL-. 
Chlorazol fast red KX. 



Brilliant fast blue 3BX 

Chloramine brilliant fast violet 3B_ 
Chloramine brilliant fast violet 3R. 

Chlorazol fast helio BKS 

Direct fast violet 2RL 



Diamine fast scarlet GG 

Diazo brilliant orange GR. 

Brilliant benzo violet B 

Diamine fast violet BBN... 
Direct fast violet B 



Benzo fast scarlet 5BL- 
Benzo fast scarlet 5BS 



Quantity 



Subtotal 



Pounds 



22, 862 
25 
250 



1,250 
250 



50 
330 



2,206 
11 



325 
720 



25 

1,014 

250 

660 

1,234 



10,900 
150 
551 



150 
4,050 



Total 



Pounds 

1,873 

110 

11 

110 

771 

50 

955 

1,323 



23, 137 

715 

11 

5 

55 

11 

55 

11 

11 

605 

110 

11 

1,210 

11 

11 

1,014 

198 

300 

24 

200 

4,000 

650 

600 

1,625 

900 

250 

350 

4,650 

2,950 

2,700 

201 



1,500 
175 



380 

550 

8,025 

375 



2,217 
1,045 



3,183 
50 
150 



11,601 
4,200 



J Status changed during the year. 



56 



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Table 15. — -Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in. 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Colour 


Compet- 


Index 


itive 


No. 


status 


327 


C 


349 


NC 2 


357 


NC 


368 


NC 


369 


NC 


377 


NC 


388 


C 


403 


NC 


403 


NC 


409 


C 2 


409 


c 


420 


NC 


425 


NC 


427 


NC 


436 


C 2 


440 


NC 


446 


C 


448 


C 


449 


NC 


459 


c 


466 


NC 


508 


c 


510 


NC 


532 




533 


NC 


561 


C 


577 


c 


590 


C 2 


595 


NC 


596 


NC 


597 


NC 


597 


NC 


597 


NC 


606 


NC 


617 


C 


621 


NC 


622 


NC 


626 


NC 


628 


NC 


629 


NC 


653 


C 


653 


c 


710 


NC 


710 


NC 


813 


C 


813 


NC 


814 


NC 




NC 




NC 




C 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




C 




NC 




NC 



Name of dye 



DIRECT DYES— Continued 



Benzo fast scarlet 4BS-. 
Benzo fast yellow 4GL. 

Brilliant carmine L 

Ignamine orange 3G 

Iguamine orange RR... 

Congo orange G 

Chlorazol violet RS 

Chlorantine fast gray B. 
Diphenyl fast gray BC. 



Benzo brown SZ... 
Diamine orange B. 



Diazol brown NM 

Mina.xo red 3BX 

Direct gray R 

Chloramine red SBS... 

Ignamine orange R.. 

Diazol brilliant orange NR 

Cotton red 4BFX 

Diazo brilliant black B 

Diamine orange F 

Benzo new blue 5B 

Minaxo blue 4BX 

Diamme brilliant blue G 

Diazo fast green BL 

Benzo fast blue FR 

Naphthamine fast brown NZR. 

Trisulphon brown 2G 

Polypheny] blue QC 

Diazo olive G 

Benzo chrome brown G 

Benzo chrome brown R 

Cupranil brown R 

Diazol chrome brown NR 



Dianil yellow 5G 

Golden roseine crystals 

Chloramine orange Q 

Stilbene yellow 3GX 

Diphenyl orange RR 

Diphenyl catechine G supra. 

Diphenyl fast brown GF 

Diazol brilliant orange NJN. 
Pyrazol orange G 



Brilliant sky blue 8G extra. 
Direct brilliant blue 8B 



Mimosa Z 

Thiazol yellow 3G. 



Chloramine yellow GG 

Benzo chrome brown B 

Benzo dark brown extra... 

Benzo fast black L 

Benzo fast blue 8GL 

Benzo fast Bordeaux 6BL.. 

Benzo fast brown RL 

Trisulphon fast brown BL. 



Benzo fast copper blue GL 

Benzo fast copper brown 3GL. 

Benzo fast copper red RL 

Benzo fast copper violet BBL. 

Benzo fast eosine BL 

Benzo fast gray BL.. 

Benzo fast heliotrope 4BL 

Benzo fast heliotrope 5RH 

Benzo fast light scarlet 4BL... 

Benzo fast orange RRL 

Benzo fast red 6BL 

Benzo red 12B 

Benzo rhoduline red 3B 

Direct fast red 3B 



Quantity 



Subtotal 



Pounds 



6,062 

276 



1,400 
10, 400 



1,725 

717 
11 



11 
14,412 



14, 075 
330 



250 
507 



22, 250 
3,659 



2,717 
3,030 



2 Status changed during the year. 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORG.\J^^C CHEMICALS 



57 



Table 15. — Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Colour 

Index 

No. 



Compet- 
itive 
status 



NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 

NC 

C 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 



Name of dye 



DiHECT DYES — continued 



Benzoform blue BBL 

Benzoform brown 4R 

Benzoform green FFL 

Benzoform orange G 

Benzoform scarlet B 

Benzoform yellow GL 

Brilliant alizarin light red B._ 
Brilliant alizarin light red 4B_ 
Brilliant benzo fast green GL_ 

Brilliant benzo green B 

Brilliant benzo violet BBH--- 

Brilliant benzo violet 2R 

Tetramine brilliant violet 2R- 



Brilliant Congo blue BFI/ -. 

Brilliant congo blue 5R 

Brilliant congo violet R 

Brilliant copper blue GW.. 

Brilliant direct pink B 

Brilliant sky blue RRM 

Chicago red III 

Chloramine blue HJ 

Chloramine copper blue 3G 

Chloramine direct brown 

Chloramine fast brown no. 12 — 

Chloramine fast brown 3B 

Chloramine fast brown BRL — 

Chloramine fast brown R 

Chloramine fast gray 2BL 

Chloramine fast orange no. 12 — 

Chloramine fast orange 2G 

Chloramine fast orange 2RN 

Chloramine fast yellow 2R 

Chloramine light gray B 

Chloramine light gray R 

Chloramine light violet R cone. 

Chloramine purple lOBC 

Chloramine violet FFB 

Chlorantine fast blue 8GL 

Chlorantine fast blue lOGL 

Chlorantine fast blue 3GLL 

Chlorantine fast Bordeau.x 2BL- 
Chloramine fast Bordeaux 2BL. 



Chlorantine fast Bordeau.x BLN- 

Chlorantine fast brown BRL 

Fastusol brown LBRL 



Chlorantine fast brown 5GL. 
Chlorantine fast brown 4RL- 
Chlorantine fast brown 8RL- 
Chlorantine fast gray 2BLL- 
Chlorantine fast gray 4BLL.. 
Chlorantine fast gray GLL_., 

Chlorantine fast green B 

Fastusol green LBL 



Chlorantine fast green CLL 

Chlorantine fast orange 2GL 

Chlorantine fast orange 2RL 

Chlorantine fast orange T4RLL. 

Chlorantine fast red 6BL 

Chlorantine fast red 5GL 

Chlorantine fast rnbine RNLL._ 

Chlorantine fast violet .5BL 

Chlorantine fast violet RL 

Chlorantine fast violet 2RL 

Chlorantine fast yellow 2RLL._- 

Chlorazol drab RHS 

Chlorazol fast orange AGS 

Chlorazol fast orange GS 

Chlorazol yellow fiOS 

Columbia catechine G 

Cotton black A4G.. 

Cupranil brown 3G 



Quantity 



Subtotal Total 



Pounds 



300 
100 



13, 955 
2,646 



90, 609 
3,250 



36, 379 
4,925 



Pounds 

900 
1,4501 

825. 

550 
3,100 

800 
2,006 

495 

575 
18, 500 

425. 



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Table 15. — Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — -Continued 



Colour 

Index 

No. 



Compet- 
itive 
status 



NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 

C 

c 

NC 

NC 

C 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C i 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C 2 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 



Name of dye 



DIRECT DYES— continued 



Developed red IB 

Developint; black ED. 

Diamine azo brown 8G 

Diamine brilliant rubine S. 
Diamine brilliant scarlet S, 

Diamine catechine B 

Naphthamine catechine B., 



Diamine catechine G 

Diamine fast brown GB 

Diamine fast brown GBB._ 

Diamine fast brown GF. 

Diamine fast brown R 

Diamine fast orange EG 

Diazamine fast purpurine 

Diazamine heliotrope B._ 

Diazamine light Bordeaux N2B. 

Dizanii scarlet 3BA 

Diazo brilliant blue BBL 

Diazo brilliant blue BBLA 

Diazo brilliant green 6G .. 

Diazo brilliant orange 5G 

Diazo brilliant scarlet B 

Diazo brilliant scarlet 6B .. 

Diazo brilliant scarlet G 

Diazo brilliant scarlet S4BN 

Diazo brown BWA 

Diazo brown G . 

Diazo brown 30 

Diazo brown 6Q.. - -. 

Diazo brown 2G^\'A 

Diazo brown 3 R 

Diazo brown 5R . 

Diazo brown RWA 

Diazo fast blue 6GVV ., 

Diazo fast Bordeaux BL 

Diazo fast green GF 

Diazo fast green GFL.. 

Diazo fast red 7BL 

Diazo fast scarlet GG 

Diazo fast violet BD . 

Diazo fast violet BL 

Diazo fast violet 3RL 

Diazo fast yellow 3GL 

Diazo geranine B ... 

Diazo green 3G 

Diazo sky blue B 

Diazo sky blue 3G . 

Diazo violet BLD 

Diazo yellow R 

Diazol brilliant yellow N5J 

Diazol catechine NB 

Diazol catechine NBN 

Diazol catechine NJN 

Diazol chrome blue NR 

Diazol chrome brown NJ_.. ... 

Diazol light yellow NRLl 

Diphenvl brilliant violet 3B 

Diphenyl brown BBNC 

Diphenyl catechine R 

Diphenyl fast blue BL supra... 

Diphenyl fast blue green BI 

Diphenyl fast Bordeaux BC 

Diphenyl fast Bordeaux G 

Diphenyl fast bronze B 

Diphenyl fast bronze BU 

Diphenyl fast brown GNC 

Diphenyl fast gray RL.. 

Diphenyl fast yellow GL 

Diphenyl green FF 

Direct blue GW 

Direct brilliant blue GBR 

Direct brilliant pink B 

Direct brilliant pink 3B 

Direct brilliant pink G... 



Quantity 



Subtotal 



Pounds 



7,587 
100 



s Status changed during the year. 



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59 



Table 15. — Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of ijtiports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Colour 
Index 
No. 



Compet- 
itive 
status 



NC 

NC 
C 
C 

NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C 

c 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 


NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C 
NC 

C 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 



Name of dye 



DIRECT DYES — Continued 



Direct brown 2RE... 

Direct eatecliinc BRE 

Direct cliloramine brown FB._. 
Direct cliloramine brown FSR. 

l.Mrect chrom.o black blue B 

Benzo chrome black blue B 

Chlorazol steel blue 6BS 



Direct cutch brown BS 

Direct cutch brown GR 

Direct fast gray R 

Direct fast violet 4BL 

Direct light blue B\' 

Diroct li?ht red SB.. 

Direct lifrht violet B 

Fast cotton blue FFG 

Fast cotton brown 4RL 

Fast cotton corinth B. 

Fast cotton gray QL 

Fast cotton rubine 3B 

Fast cotton rubine 5B 

Fast cotton violet 4R 

Fast silk sky blue 6G 

Fastusol black VE 

Fastusol blue LFFGL 

Fastusol blue LFFRL 

Fa?tasol blue LF3RL 

Fastusol blue LGL 

Fastusol blue L3R . 

Fastusol gray TyGG 

Fastusol gray LVGL 

P'astusol green LB B 

Fastusol oran;,e LGG 

Fastusol red L5B 

Fastusol red violet LBBL.. 

Fastusol red violet LRL 

Fastusol rubine LBB 

Fastusol violet LB L . 

Formal fast blue B 

Minaxo blue 4BL 

Minaxo brilliant red B .. 

Minaxo light pink BBX 

New claret RX ... .. 

Para brown GK 

Para brown RK 

Para brown V . ... 

Para yellow R 

Paranil brown O 

Parasulphon brown G 

Pluto black G 

Pluto black RB 

Pluto brown GG 

Polyphenyl blue G . 

Pyrazol fast brown RS 

Rosanthrenc B 

Rosanthrene 3BN.. . 

Rosanthrene R .. 

Rosanthrene RN 

Rosanthrene brilliant orange 4R. 

Rosanthrene brilliant red BR 

Rosanthrene fast Bordeaux 2BL. 
Diazamine light Bordeaux 



Rosanthrene fast green BG 

Rosanthrene fast green BLL... 

Rosanthrene fast red 7BL 

Rosanthrene fast yellow GLL. 

Rosanthrene orange R 

Rosanthrene violet 5R 

Sky blue N 

Toluylene fast brown RR 

Toluylene fast orange GL 

Toluylene yellow G- 

Trisulphon bronze BG 

Trisulphon brown BP 



Quantity 



Subtotal Total 



Pounds 



20, 744 

27, 950 
750 



22, 376 
220 



Pounds 



110 
110 
22 
25 



49,444 

1,G53 

2,315 

529 

110 

22 

22 

11 

2,700 

100 

175 

100 

300 

875 

25 

4-18 

4,000 

400 

5,000 

25 

150 

100 

100 

75 

7,000 

450 

50 

75 

450 

240 

1,S0 

1,327 

50 

1,675 

775 

150 

1,450 

4,175 

2,750 

75 

100 

6,305 

500 

15 

800 

250 

1,014 

110 

1,102 

551 

1,698 

110 

550 



22, 596 

771 

1, 235 

7,584 

551 

28, 662 

1,211 

500 

175 

450 

100 

2,017 

57, 426 



88446—36- 



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Table 15. — Coal-far dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Colour 
Index 
No. 



Compet- 
itive 
status 



NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 



NC 
NC 



NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 



NC 
NC 



NC 
C 



C2 

NC 



C 

NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 

C 

c 

NC 
C2 
NC 
NC 
NC 



Name of dye 



DIRECT DYES— continued 



Union blue 3R 

Vuican fast orange G.-- 
Vnlcan fast orange QG. 

Vulcan fast red B 

Vulcan fast red G 

Vulcan fast yellow 5G.. 
Vulcan fast yellow GR. 
Vulcan fast yellow E..- 

Zambesi black F 

Zambesi orange R 



RAPID FAST DYES 

Rapid fast blue B 

Rapid fast Bordeaux IB 

Rapid fast brown GGH 

Rapid fast brown IBH 

Rapid fast brown IRH 

Rapid fast olive brown IGH. 

Rapid fast orange QH 

Rapid fast red B 

Rapid fast red FGH 

Rapid fast red IRH 

Rapidazol black B. 

Rapidogen Bordeaux IB 

Rapidogen Bordeaux R 

Rapidogen brown IB 

Rapidogen brown IRR 

Rapidogen corinth IB.-- 

Rapidogen corinth R - 

Rapidogen green B 

Rapidogen olive lO 

Rapidogen olive brown IG 

Rapidogen orange IRR 

Rapidogen orange R 

Rapidogen red IGG 

Rapidogen red ITR 

Rapidogen scarlet IL --_ 

Rapidogen violet B 

Rapidogen yellow I3G 



ARTIFICIAL SILK DYES 

Acetoquinone blue N 

Aietoquinone blue NDR- 

Acetoquinone blue NF 

Acetoquinone blue NJ 

Acetoquinone blue NR 

Acetoquinone dark blue N 

Acetoquinone dark blue N5R 

Acetoquinone gooseberry N 

Acetofiuinone heliotrope N 

Acetoquinone red N 

Acetoquinone red N2J 

Acetoquinone scarlet 

Acetoquinone scarlet N 

Acetoquinone scarlet NR 

Acetoquinone yellow 

Acetoquinone yellow N4J.- - 

Acetoquinone yellow N5J 

Acetoquinone vellow N2R- 

Art silk black R 

Artificial silk blue G 

Artificial silk blue R 

Artisil direct blue BRP 

Cibacete blue BR — 



Artisil direct blue SAP--. 
Artisil direct orange 3RP- 

Artisil direct red BP 

Artisil direct red 3BP 

Artisil direct red B PD 

Artisil direct scarlet GP-- 
Setacyl direct scarlet RN. 



Quantity 



Subtotal 



Pounds 



6,106 
5,115 



Pounds 
2,250 
1,325 
35 

7oa 

25 

60 

10,650 

35 

2,501 

1,050 



17, 740 

385 



« Status changed during the year. 



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61 



Table 15.- — Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained pom invoice analyses — Continued 



Colour 
Index 

No. 



Compel 
itive 
status 



NC 

NCJ 

C 

NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 

NC 

C 

NC 

NC 

NC 

NC 

C 

c 

NC 

c 

NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C2 

c 

NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 

C 
NC 
NC 

C 
NC 
NC 

C 

c 
c 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC2 
NC 
NC 

C 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C 

c 

NC 
NC 
C 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C 2 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 



Name of dye 



ARTIFICIAL SILK DYES— Continued 



Artisil direct scarlet GPD. 

Artisil direct violet BP 

Artisil direct violet 2RP--. 
Artisil direct yellow 3QP-- 
Benzo viscose blue 3GFL.. 

Benzo viscose blue RL 

Cellit blue R 

Cellit fast red B 

Cellit fast red BB 

Cellit fast yellow QGN— . 

Celliton blue extra 

Celliton blue G 



Quantity 



Subtotal 



Pounds 



Celliton fast black B 

Celliton fast black BTN 

Celliton fast black GN 

Celliton fast blue B 

Celliton fast blue BF_.. 

Celliton fast blue FFG 

Celliton fast blue R 

Celliton fast blue ereen B 

Celliton fast brown BT 

Celliton fast brown 3R. 

Celliton fast brown 5R 

Celliton fast navy blue B 

Celliton fast navy blue BF... 
Celliton fast navy blue BR... 
Celliton fast navy blue QTN. 

Cell'ton fast pink B.. 

Celliton fast i)ink F3B 

Celliton fast pink RF 

Celliton fast red B 

Celliton fast red BB.. 

Celliton fast red GG 

Celliton fast red violet RN 

Celliton fast ruhine B 

Celliton fast rubine 3B 

Setacyl direct rubine B supra. 



Celliton fast violet B 

Celliton fast violet 6B 

Celliton fast yellow O 

Celliton fast yellow 5G 

Celliton fast yellow GR 

Celliton fast yellow RR 

Celliton orange GR 

Artisil direct orange 2R 

Acetoquinone orange NJR. 



4,400 
600 



4,350 

551 



Celliton orange R 

Celliton pink R 

Celliton printing yellow 3R 

Celliton red R 

Celliton red brown 5R 

Celliton red violet RR 

Celliton scarlet B 

Celliton violet R, 

Celliton yellow 3G 

Celliton vellow 5Q 

Celliton yellow 3GN 

Cibacete black BN green shade pdr 

Cibacete black DGN 

Cibacete black TBN 

Cibacete blue BRF 

Cibacete blue green B.. 

Cibacete diazo black B 

Cibacete diazo black J 

Cibacete navy blue BN green shade pdr. 

Cibacete navy blue GRN 

Cibacete orange 2R.- 

Cibacete red 3B 

Cibacete red QGR 

Cibacete sapphire blue GF 

Cibacete sapphire blue R 

Cibacete scarlet BR 



5,250 

6,723 

135 



Total 



Pounds 

100 

4,597 

2,047 

1,253 

850 

75 

35 

50 

50 

7& 



5,000' 

7,050 

2. 70O 

850 

6, 05O 

450 

5 

300 

29, 975 

50 

5,700 

400 

24, 750 

2 

27, 300 

1,300 

1,450 

100 

975 

25 

25 

150 

4,300 

5,500 



4,901 
1,350 
1,500 
6,350 
400 
5,100 
5,250 



12,108 

1,050 

200 

250 

800 

600 

1,025 

4,700 

3,975 

75 

20, 600 

6,783 

1,984 

2,732 

110 

220 

330 

10, 245 

1,433 

16, 423 

440 

6,789 

11,708 

5£0 

7,120 

220 

77 



'Status changed during the year. 



62 



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Table 15. — Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Colour 


Compet- 


Index 


itive 


No. 


status 




C 




NC 




C 




NC 




C 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




C 




C 




NC 




NC 




NC 




C2 




NC 




NC 




NO 




C 




NC 




NO 




NC 




NC 




NO 




NO 




NC 




NO 




NC 




NC 




NO 




NO 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NO 




O 




C 2 









NO 




NO 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NC 




02 




NO 




NC 




NO 




r 2 




O 2 




02 




2 




O 2 




NC 




NC 




NC 




NO 


21 





1.S3 


NO 


134 


NC 


135 


NO 


236 


NC 


266 


NC 


536 


NC 


655 


NC 


656 


NC 


658 


NC 



Name of dye 



ARTIFICIAL SILK DYES— Continued 



Oibacete srarlet G 

Oibacete violet B 

Oibacete violet 2R 

Oibacete yellow 3G 

Oibacete yellow GN- 

Oibacete yellow R... 

Oibacete yellow 2RN 

Derm.acarbon B 

Dispersol diazo blue N 

Dispersol diazo blue NS 

D'spersol fast yellow 

Dispersol fast yellow A 

Dispersol yellow G 

Dispersol yellow 30 

Duranol navy blue B 

Duranol violet 2R 

Fast jet black BRE , 

Fast jet black 2BRE 

Icyl blue GS 

Icyl brown GS 

Icyl orange RS 

Icyl violet BS 

Igenal carbon OB 

lonamine LS 

lonamine MAS 

Polyacetvl colors, various 

Rigan blue 2R 

Rigan blue 5R 

Rigan gray 

Rigan gray RI/. 

Rigan green G 

Rigan sky blue G_ 

Setacyl direct blue BS 

Setacyl direct blue G new supra... 
Setacyl direct blue G new supra I. 
Acetoquinone blue N2R 



Setacyl direct blue 2GS supra 

Setacyl direct blue S2GS supra. _. 
Setacyl direct blue S2GS supra I. 
Cibacete sapphire blue G 



Setacyl direct blue LS 

Setacyl direct blue RS 

Setacyl direct blue green BS supra. 

Setacyl direct orange G 

Setacyl direct orange 2R.-. 

Setacyl direct orange S2R 



Setacyl direct pink 3B 

Setacyl direct red GRN... 
Setacyl direct red SGBN.. 

Setacyl direct violet B 

Setacyl direct violet R 

Setacyl direct yellow 2G.., 
Setacyl direct yellow S2Q- 



Setacyl direct yellow GR supra. 

Setacyl direct yellow R 

Setacyl direct yellow 2R 

Viseo blue E.. 

Visco blue G 

Viscolan fast brown SR 



Ohrysoidine RL base- 
Green JB 

Black JI 

BlueJG 

Yellow JG 

Red JB 

Brown JR 

Auramine O 

Auramine G 

Setoglaucine cone 



BASIC DYES 



Quantity 



Subtotal 



Pounds 



2,271 
15, 435 
2,228 



8,818 

1,102 

1,250 

10, 469 



13, 227 
1,433 



2,566 
750 



•Status changed during the year. 



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63 



Table 15. 



-Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice a7ialyses— Continued 



Colour 
Index 
No. 


Compet- 
itive 
status 


Name of dye 


Quantity 


Subtotal 


Total 


661 


NC 

N?0 

NC 

C 

c 

c 

c 
c 

NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 

C2 

C 

NC 
NC 
C 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 

NC 

C 
C 

NC 
NC 

NC2 
NC 
C 
NC i 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NO 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 


BASIC DYES— continued 
Turquoise blue G_ 


Pounds 


Pounds 

175 


662 


Brilliant green crystals 




340 


663 
663 


Setocyanine supra 

Setopaline cone 


250 
1,243 






Mas^enta AB ._. .. . . . 


1,493 


677 


2.670 
50 


677 


Diamond fuchsine I - - 






Maeenta A 


2,720 
450 


678 




6S0 


Methvl violet NFB 




1,225 


681 


Crystal violet- 


5,350 
265 




681 


Violet 5B0 -.. 






Victoria blue 4R 


5,615 
220 


690 




706 




14, 879 
300 




706 


Pure blue cone 

Victoria blue R 


15, 179 
640 


728 




729 


Victoria blue B 


660 
224 




729 


Basic blue B 






Nisht blue -. 


884 
160 


731 




743 


Rhodainine S 




20 


749 


Rhodamine B extra (s. s.) 




2,680 


751 


Rhodainine 3B extra 




116 


786 


Anracine O base 




75 


789 




330 

11 




789 








Phosphine - - 


341 


793 


600 
7.163 


793 


PhphineSR - 








7,763 
3,500 


795 




797 


Euchrvsine GRNTN -.. 




900 


815 


Basic Yellow T 


1,350 
2,700 




815 


Basic yellow TCN 








4,050 


851 


150 
500 


851 


Diphene blue R ... . 






Methylene blue DF . . 


650 
220 


922 




925 






35 


926 


Thionine blue GO . 




950 


927 






600 








1,550 




Acridine red brown 




1,265 




Astra phloxine FF 


800 
22 






Rhodine FF 






Astra violet FFD 


822 
405 








Brilliant rhoduline blue R . . . ..... . 




1,050 








75 








39 




Japan black MBG 




5,000 




Leather brown ET ... . . 




12, 475 




Leather brown 5RTX 




8,760 




Leather yellow GC 




22 




Methylene blue 3G .. 




50 




Methylene turquoise blue NJ . .... . 




11 








11 




Rhoduline blue 5B - . . 




400 








10 




Straw blue G 




250 




SULFUR DYES 

Brilliant indocarbon C LB 




25 




Immedial brown W .- . 




4,200 








7,750 




Immedial direct blue RL .. . 




6,475 




Immedial new blue BL . . 




12, 000 








1,500 




Immedial new blue SQL . . . 




3,650 




Immedial red brown CL3R . 




550 




Immedial yellow olive 5G 




50 



' Status changed during the year. 



64 



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Table 15. — Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Colour 

Index 

No. 



Compet 
itive 
status 



C 

NC 
NO 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 2 
NC 



NC 

C2 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NO 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NO 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NO 
NC 



c 

C2 

NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NO 
NC 
NC 
NC 
O 

NO 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NO 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 



Name of dye 



SULFUR DYES — Continued 



Indocarbon CL 

Indocarbon OLG_ 

Indocarbon IB 

Indocarbon SN 

Indocarbon SNR 

Pyrogene brown G.. 

Pyrogene cutch 2R 

Pyrogene pure blue 3GL. 
Pyrogene pure blue 2RL. 

Sulphur blue A5 

Thional red brown 5R 

Thional red violet R 



COLOE LAKE AND SPIRIT SOLUBLE DYES 



Baykanol Bordeaux -.. 

FluorolSG 

Fluorol OV 

Frobena brown RL.. 

Frobena red G 

Frobena yellow G 

Grasol blue Q - 

Grasol blue 2GS 

Grasol blue R 

Grasol fast black G 

Grasol fast red BR 

Grasol orange 2R 

Grasol pink 3B 

Grasol red GBN... 

Grasol violet black R 

Grasol yellow 2G 

Grasol yellow R 

Grasol yellow 2R 

Green yellow soap color. 

Hansa green GS 

Hansa orange GG 

Hansa yellow A 

Hansa yellow 5G 

Hansa yellow lOG 

Helio Bordeaux BL 

Helio fast pink RL 

Helio fast rubine 3BL 

Helio fast rubine 6BL 

Heli."" fast rubine FF 

Helio fast rubine RL 

Helio fast violet AL 

Helio red RMT 

Nitro cellulose lacquer colors (various samples). 

OnisSB 

OnisBN 

Onis5BN 

Paper fast Bordeaux B 

Permanent Bordeaux FRR 

Permanent orange G 

Permanent red F4R- 

Permanent red F4RH 

Permanent red FRL 

Permanent yellow NCR 

Pigment deep black extra.. 

Spirit fast red B 

Spirit fast red 5B 

Stone fast yellow G.. 

Stone fast yellow GGR 

Stone rubine BK 

Sudan black BT 

Sudan black RT... 

Sudan brown BB 

Sudan brown 3G 

Sudan red B 

Sudan red 7B... 

Sudan red GG 

Sudan red R 

Sudan yellow GRN 

Zapon fast black M.. 

Zapon fast black NO 



Subtotal Total 



Pounds 



* Status changed during the year. 



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65 



Table 15. — Coal-tar dyes: Detailed statistics of imports into the United States in 
1935 as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Compet- 
itive 
status 



Name of dye 



Quantity 



Subtotal 



Total 



NO 

NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 



NC 
NC 



COLOR LAKE AND SPIRIT SOLUBLE DYES— continued 



Zapon 
Zapon 
Zapon 
Zapon 
Zapon 
Zapon 
Zapon 
Zapon 
Zapon 
Zapon 
Zapon 



fast blue 3G 

fast brilliant red B. 

fast green QQ 

fast orange Q 

fast orange RR 

fast red CB 

fast scarlet CO 

fast scarlet CR 

fast violet R 

fast yellow CQQ... 
fast yellow GR 



Pounds 



MISCELLANEOUS UNCLASSIFIED DYES 

Leather dyes 

Visba black B 

All other. _ 

Total: 

Quantity 

Value 



Pounds 

50 

50 

375 

1,700 

700 

450 

200 

400 

25 

1.200 

3,000 



701 
220 
249 



3, 638, 177 
$5, 489, 547 



Table 16. — Coal-tar aromatic chemicals: Detailed statistics of imports into the 
United States in 1935, as obtained from invoice analyses 



Name of chemical 



Acetanisol , 

Acetophenone 

Amyl cinnamic aldehyde 

Amyl phenylacetate 

Amyl salicylate- 

Anisic aldehyde , 

Benzalacetone - , 

Benzyl acetate 

Benzyl benzoate 

Benzyl butyrate.. 

Benzyl cinnamate... 

Benzyl formate 

Benzyl isoeugenol 

Benzyl propionate 

Benzyl valerianate 

Bromstyrol 

Buttaroni 

Butyl salicylate 

Cetone A 

Cetone V 

Cinnamic acid methyl ester.. 

Cinnamic alcohol 

Cinnamic aldehyde 

Cinnamyl acetate 

Cinnamyl butyrate 

Cinnamyl propionate 

Coumarin 

Coumarol 

p-Cresol acetate 

p-Cresol methyl ether 

p-Cresol phenylacetate 

m-Cresyl phenylacetate 

Diethyl phthalate (Anazol).. 

Dimethyl acetophenone 

Dimethyl benzyl carbinol 

Dimethyl benzyl carbinol acetate 

Dimethyl hydroquinone 

Diphenyl methane... 

Diphenyl oxide.. 

Ethyl anthranilate 

Ethyl cinnamate. 



Quan- 
tity 



Pounds 

4 

11 

252 

9 

771 

406 

50 

1,690 

250 

76 

136 

167 

65 

46 

4 

455 

36 

25 

10 

4 

20 

1,094 

100 

45 

4 

6 

133 

11 

55 

50 

7 

6 

14 

22 

26 

8 

33 

250 

18 

4 

25 



Com- 
petitive 
status 1 



C 

NC 
C 

c 
c 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C 

C 
NC 

C 

c 
c 
c 
c 
c 

NC 
C 
C 
C 
C 

c 
c 
c 

NC 
C 

c 

NC 

c 

NC 
NO 

C 
C 
C2 
C 



Name of chemical 



Ethyl methylphenyl glycidate 

(Aldehyde C 16) 

Ethyl vanillin (Bourbonal) 

Floranol 

Flosal 

Floxine.- 

Heliotropine - 

Ilydratropic aldehyde .... 

Ilydrocinnamic alcohol 

Hydrocinnamic aldehyde 

Indol 

Isobutyl salicylate (Orchidee II). 

Jacinthe-- 

Jasminium 

Methyl acetophenone. 

p-Methyl acetophenone 

Methyl anthranilate 

Methyl benzoate 

Methyl cinnamate 

Methyl methyl anthranilate 

Methyl naphthyl ketone 

Methylphenyl acetate 

Methylphenyl alcohol — 

Methylphenyl carbinol 

Methylphenyl carbinol acetate.. 
Methylphenyl carbinol alcohol.. 

Musk. 

Musk C 

Musk CLG.. 

Musk ambrette 

Musk ketone 

Musk xylol- 

Narcissin KS 

Nerolin (Yara yara) 

Orangeol A 

Phenyl acetaldehyde of dimethyl- 

acetal 

Phenyl benzoate 

Phenylacetic acid 

Phenylacetic acid isobutyl ester. 
Phenylacetic acid methyl ester.. 



Quan- 
tity 



Pounds 



85 

100 

59 

10 

473 

25 

3 

8 

369^^ 

25 

6 

20 

6 

5 

6,565 

639 

300 

357 

1,979 

10 



423 
53 
24 
34 
11 

205 
33 

300 
2 

491 

800 

19 
76 
93 
5 
10 



1 C=eompetitive; NC = noncompetitive. 
* Status changed during the year. 



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Table 16. — Coal-tar aromatic chemicals: Detailed statistics of imports into the 
United States in 1935, as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Com- 
petitive 
status > 



C 
C 

c 
c 

NC 

c 

NC 
NC 

C 
C 

c 

NC 
NC 

c 



Name of chemical 



Phenylacetic aldehyde 

Phenylethyl acetate 

Phenylethyl alcohol 

Phenylethyl biityrate 

Phenylethyl diethyl carbinol... 

Phenylethyl formate 

Phenylethyl isobutyrate 

Phenylethyl methylethyl carbi- 
nol 

Phenylethyl phenylacetate 

Phenylethyl propionate 

Phenylethyl valerianate 

Phenylsxlycol acetate 

Phenylglycol methylene acetal. 
Phenylpropyl acetate. 



Quan- 
tity 



Pounds 

380 

10 

773 

11 

8 

13 

23 

12 
140 
12 
17 
2 
30 
54 



Com- 
petitive 
status 1 



NO 
NC 
NO 
NC 
NC 

C 

C 

C 

C 
NC 



Name of chemical 



Phenylpropyl alcohol.. 
Phenylpropyl aldehyde 

RosacetoL. 

Rosefolia 

Skatol 

Styralyl acetate 

Styrolene acetate 

Tolyl acetate 

Vanillin 

Vertena D 

Another 

Total- 
Quantity 

Value. 



Quan- 
tity 



Pounds 

78 

46 

77 

4 

31.6 

40 

5 

7 

175 

33 

29 



22, 115 
$44, 739 



Table 17. — Coal-tar medicinals and pharmaceuticals : Detailed statistics of imports 
into the United States in 1935, as obtained from invoice analyses 



Com- 
petitive 

status 1 



C 

NC 

NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 

C2 
NC 
NC3 

C 
NC 

C 

C 
NC 

C 
NC 
NC 

C 

C 
NC 
NC3 

C 

C 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C 2 

c 
c 

NC3 

C 
NC 
NC 
NC 

C 
NC 

NC 
NC 

NC3 
NC 
NC 
NC 



Name of chemical 



Acetyl-p-aminosalol 

Adrenalin, racemic 

Alkylamino-alkylamino-acridine derivative and n-diethyl-amino-isopentyl- 

8-amino-6-metho.\yquinoiine (mixture) 

Ambriol 



Aminarsan 

p-Aminoben7oyl-diethyl-amino-ethanol-hydrochloride and caffeine. 
p-.\minobenzoyl-diethyl-amino-ethanol-hydrochloride (Scurocaine) . 

p-.Vmino-phenyl-stibinate of diethyl-amine. 

Anthrapyridone 

-\ntifebrin comp 

Antimony (III) pyrocatechol-disulfonate sodium (solution) 

.\ntipyrine comp 

Argeol 



Arosol 

Arsphenamine 

.\sthma capsules "IT A" 

Atophanyl (intravenous) 

Benzaldehyde 

Benzoic acid USP 

Bismuth benzoate 

Bismuth camphenilanate 

Bismuth subsalicylate. 

Bismuth tribromphenate 

Butylhydroxycinchoninic acid, diethylethylenediamine base 

Butylhydroxycinchoninic acid, diethylethylenediamine hydrochloride 

Carbaminic acid ester of p-oxyphenyhnethane 

Carvacrol (Isopropyl-o-cresol) 

Chinosol pdr.. 

Cinchophen (Phenyl cinchoninic acid USP).. 

Cinnamyl ephedrine hydrochloride 

Colchicine salicylate 

Crataetron crystals 

Cuminic aldehyde 

3:6-Diamino-10-methyl-acridine chloride, 2% sol 

Diaminophenol hydrochloride (Amidol) 

3-Diethyl-amino-2-2-dimethyl-l-propanol-4-aminocyclo-hexatrien-l-carbonic 

ester hydrochloride 

Diethyl carbocyanin iodide 

n-Diethyl-leucinol-ester of p-amino-benzoic acid 

3-Diethylamino-2:2-dimethy] propanol ester of p-nitrobenzoic acid 

Dihydroxethane, salicylic acid ester 

Diiodotluorescein 

Diiodpyridine K 



Quantity 



Pounds 
25 
10 

1 
5 

10 
1 

24 



274 



145 
255 



6 

6 

3,700 

100 

4 

26 

8 

200 

110 

33 

11 

10, 887 

110 

700 

125 



50 

10 

26 

310 

22 



12 

276 

200 

1 

4 



Ounces 



1 C= competitive; NC=noncompetitive. 
' Status changed during the year. 
3 Duty based on foreign value. 



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Table 17. — Coal-tar medicinals and pharmaceuticals: Detailed statistics of imports 
into the United States in 1935, as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Name of chemical 



Quantity 



Dimethylamino antipyrine crystals. 

Dioxyanthranol 

1-Dioxy-phenylaniline 

Euphthalmine hydrochloride 

J'ormocarbine naphthol 

Gardenal 



Pounds 
22 
46 



Glycero guaiacol ether. 
Glycin.. 

Guaiacol. 



Homotropine hydrochloride 

lodoxy quinoline sodium sulfonate in casein solution, 
lopax. 



Irodin 

Isobutyl furyl propionate 

Isobutyl-o-cresoliodide 

Mercury -salicyl-allyl-araino-o-acetate, sodium salt_.. 

Methane sulfonate of alkylamino-alkylamino-acridine (Atabaine) 

p-Methoxy benzoic acid (Anisic acid) 

2-Methoxy-6:9-dichloracridine 

n-Methyl-acetylphenyl malonyl urea with theobromine 

n-Methyl-ethylphenyl malonyl urea, 0.5 g theobromin, 0.075 g iodine and 
0.012 g calcium. 

Methyl-p-hydroxy benzoate (Nipagin M) 

Methylene blue 

Methylphenyl cinchoninic acid 

a-Naphthol 

b-N'aphthol aluminum disulfonate 

b-Naphthol benzoate 

Neoarsphenamine.. 

Neocaine 

Neocarmin 

Neosilverarsphenamine — 

Neptal. 



Noviform (tetrabrom pyrocatechin-bismuth) 

Ortho-oxy-quinoline sulfate (Vaselicyl) 

m-Oxy-n-ethyl-amino-benzol-hydrochloride and m-o.xyphenyl-propanol- 
amino-hydrochloride 5 percent sol. 

Phenacetol — 

Phenylbenzimidazol sodium sulfonate in mineral oil emulsion (Delial oil).. 

Phenyl-dihydro-cjuinazolin tannate ._ 

Phenyldimethyl pyrazolon-amino-methane sulfonic acid sodium 

Physostigmine salicylate 

Pinacyanol diethylcarbocyanine iodide 

Potassium creosote sulfonate 

Rhodan-calcium-diuretin 

Salicylic ester of glycol mono-formic ester 

Soamin 



Sodium salicylate USP 

4-Sulfoamino-2:4-diamino-azobenzene-hydrochloride tablets 

p-Sulfoamino-phenylazo-7-acetylamine-l-oxynaphthalene-3:6-sodium disul- 
fonate (2.5 percent solution). 

Togal tablets 

Tyramine ethane sulfonate 

Urea-di-m-amino-benzoyl-m-amino-p-methyl-benzoyl-l-naphthyl-amino- 
4:6:8-sodium trisulfonate (Germanin). 

Vioform pdr 

All other 



Total: 

Quantity. 
Value 



13 
110 
25 
15 



46 

3 

2 

5 

1 

176 

2 

336 

1,610 

21 

10 

211 

2 

224 

22 

44 

100 

4 

32 
22 



6 
22 

2 
11 

200 

55 

1 

11 



100 
25 
11 
6 
769 
8 
4 

19 
6 
1 

110 
5 



22, 485 
$73, 343 



Ounces 



2 Status changed during the year. 

3 Duty based on foreign value. 



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Table 18. — Other coal-tar products in paragraph 28: Detailed statistics of imports 
into the United States in 1935, as obtained from invoice analyses 



Com- 
peti- 
tive 
status ' 



Name of product 



Quantity 



Subtotal 



NC 

C 

NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 

NC 

C 

NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
C 



c 

NC 



C2 



NC 
C 

c 
c 

NC 
NC 

c 

NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
NC 

NC 

NC 
C 



A. G. pdr. 
Aurantine. 
Brassicol. 



Chlorhydroquinone. - - 

Diazo compound -- 

3 : 4-Dimethoxyplienyl-acetyl-b-(3 : 4-dimethoxyphenyl)-b-methoxy - ethyl- 
amid 



Dioxyanthraquinone 

Fixacinth S - 

Fixanol _ 

Leucotropine 

Linksglaukosan 

Membranit - 

m-Nitro benzaldehyde 

Pangelb dye 

Paralac 

Phenyl hydrazine hydrochloride 

Phloroglucinol 

Photographic chemicals: 

Hydroquinone .-. 

Monomethyl-p-aminophenol sulfate. 

Sensitizing preparations 

Other photographic chemicals 



Pyoktanin blue.. 

Rasins: 

Alkydal 

m-Aminophenol resin - 

Moulding compound— 

Polystyrol 

Trolitul injection moulding pdr. 
Other synthetic resins 



Rhodamide - 

Rosolic acid 

Shirlan AG 

Synthol 

Tanning materials: 

Irgatan AW 

Irgatan BB 

Irgatan F.. 

Irgatan HN 

Irgatan FN 

Synektan NA 

Synektan NCR 

Synektan NF 

Tanigan DL 

Tanigan DH, DLC, DLN, DX, S. 

Tanning material LIOK 

Thiotan MS 

Thiotan RS. 



Tercinols 

Tricresol.. 

Universal indicator solution. 
All other 



Total; 

Quantity. 
Value 



Pounds 



7,182 
2,465 
4,128 
3,100 



772 

22 

100 

110 

4,608 

1,219 



518 

55 

496 

no 

542 

110 

110 

110 

40, 038 

1,093 

22 

6,003 

22, 022 



1 C = Competitive; NC = Noncompetitive. 
> Status changed during the year. 



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69 



Table 19. — Coal-tar intermediates: Detailed statistics of imports into the United 
States in 1935, as obtained from invoice analyses 



Com- 


Name of intermediate 


Quantity 


status 1 


Subtotal 


Total 


NC3 


A. A. 18 (textile finishing product) 


Pounds 


Pounds 
19, 794 


NC3 


Aceto acetic-o-anisidine 




500 


NC3 


Aceto-m-xylidid . 




3,000 




4-Acetylamino-2-amino-2-toluidine .. . 




776 


NO 3 


Acetyl-l-amino-8-naplithol-4-6-disulfonic acid (Acetyl-K-acid) 




2,406 


NC3 


Acetyl-l:4-naphthvlene diamine-6-sulfonic acid 




4, If 6 


NC 3 






7,475 


NC3 


Acridine base.. . . 




1,322 


NC 


Adipic acid 




11,345 


NC 3 


Albatex PO 




110 


C 






3,425 


NC 3 






1,501 


C 






500 


NC 3 


Aminobenzol sulfonyl compound of benzidine sulfonate (ammonium salt) . 
m-Aminobeuzoyl-m-aminobenzoyl-I-acid - 




50, 951 


NC3 
NC 3 




639 
110 


NC 






110 


C 






2,309 


c 






3,393 


NC3 






4,961 


NC3 






18, 044 








2,769 


C 






21, 530 


NC3 






4,212 


C 






37, 481 


NC 






2,765 


NC 






11 


NC3 






1,102 


NC 






2,378 








602 


NC3 






1,102 


NC 






781 


NC 






1,983 




Barkite - - 




52 


C 






75 


NC3 






1,059 


NC3 






4,936 


NC 






4,497 


NC 






5,400 


NC3 






7,774 


NC3 


Blue C - 




3,200 


NC 3 


BlueJ 




525 


NC3 


Bromamine acid - 




14, 574 


NC3 






165 


C 






14, 103 


NC3 


Ceicot SB 




100 


NC3 


Celcot SD 




100 


NC 


Cliemical compound BL - 




60 


NC 






3,700 


NC 






2,350 


NC 






2,750 








2,677 


NC3 






796 


NC3 






100 


NC3 






3,267 


NC3 






10, 391 








2,227 


NC3 






15, 708 








1,497 


C2 






4,645 


C 






3,500 


NC 3 






33, 051 


NC3 






2,264 








1,995 


NC 

NC 3 


p-Cliloro-m-x.\ L-nol 




600 
3,013 


NC 


Coal-tar products similar to naphthalene diluted with polymerized ethyl- 




1,325 


C 






6,698 


C 2 






6,500 


C 2 






29, 130 


C 2 






27, 653 


NC 






2,875 


NC3 


Cyclohexenyl-ethyl-cyanacetic acid methylester. -- 




2,314 



• C= competitive, NC=noncompetitive. 
2 Status changed during the year. 
2 Duty based on foreign value. 



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Table 19.- — Coal-tar intermediates: Detailed statistics of imports into the United 
States in 1935, as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Com- 


Name of intermediate 


Quantity 


petitive 
status 


Subtotal 


Total 


NC 3 




Pounds 


Pounds 
4,408 
1,800 


NO 






NC 3 






1,281 


NC 3 






840 


C 






2,906 


NC 






202 


NC 3 


m-Diamino anisol - 




770 


NC 3 






110 


NC3 






675 


NC 3 


Di-p-amino benzoyl-l :4-naphthylamine diamine-6: T-sulfonic acid . - . 




1,951 


C2 


Diaminophenol . - - 




50 


NC3 


Diazo salts: 

Azo blue salt BB 


89,080 

3,919 

2,974 

3,923 

20, 085 

10, 300 

83, 560 

30, 381 

2,022 

8,876 

55 

200 

200 

750 

2, 100 

650 

3,500 

4,750 

2, 490 

1, 600 
300 
875 
450 

5,950 
950 
350 

3,630 

10, 550 

350 

550 

4,600 

17, 000 
300 

5,600 
5, 050 
8,850 
15, 900 
5,100 

18, 650 

2, 500 
7,550 
2,650 

750 
55 
55 
55 
84 
53, 97G 
100 
1,500 




NC3 


Azo blue salt BD . - . 




NC3 


Azo blue salt KBS 




NC3 


Azo blue salt MQ.._ 




NC3 


Azo blue salt 2R 




NC3 


Azo orange salt GC . _ .. .. 




NC3 


Azo red salt KBS.. -.--.--... - 




NC3 


Azo red salt RC . 




NC3 


Azo scarlet salt GC ... . . 




NC3 


Azo scarlet salt QG .._ 




NC3 


Bordeaux salt III . . . . 




NC3 






NC3 


Devol brown salt C . . 






Dissolving salt B new 




NC 


Fast black salt B 




NC 


Fast black salt G .... . . 




NC 


Fast black salt K . 




NC 


Fast blue salt BB 




NC 


Fast blue salt NBL 




NC 






NC 


Fast brown salt RR 




NC 






NC 


Fast corinth salt V.. 




NC 


Fast garnet sylt GBC 




NC 


Fast garnet salt GC. . ..... 




NC 


Fast golden orange salt OR 




NC 


Fast orange salt GC new 




NC 


Fast orange salt GR . 




NC 


Fast orange salt LG 




NC 


Fast orange salt R 




NC 


Fast orange salt RD 




NC 


Fast red salt AL . 




NC 


Fast red salt GC 




NC 


Fast red salt GG 




NC 


Fast red salt ITR new.. 




NC 


Fast red salt KB 




NC 


Fast red salt RC 




NC 


Fast red salt RL 




NC 


Fast red salt TR 




NC 


Fast scarlet salt G 




NC 


Fast violet salt B 




NC 


Fast yellow salt GC. 




NC 


Fast yellow salt QG 




NC3 


Scarlet salt IV 




NC3 


Scarlet salt V 




NC3 


Violet salt III 




NC 


All other fast salts 




NC 


Variamine blue salt B . 




NC 


Variamine blue salt FG 




NO 


Variamine blue salt RT 






Total diazo salts ... 








445, 695 


NC3 


Dibenzoyl-amino-l:l-dianthramid 




8,200 


NC3 


Dichlorobenzaldehyde 




11,438 


NC3 


2:6-Dichlorobenzaldehyde . . 




4,885 


NC3 


3:3 Dichlorobenzidine 




1,530 
110 


NC 


Dichlormethyl-m-xvlol... 




NC3 


2:6-Dichloro-4-nitroaniline 




2,936 


NC3 


Dicresyl-sodium phosphate 




112 


NC3 


3:4 Diethoxyphenyl-acetyl-3:4-diethoxvphenyl oxvethvlamid .. 




44 


NC3 


n-DiethyI-amino-isopentyl-8-amino-G-methoxyqui"nolirie 




55 


NC3 






1,074 


NC3 


Dihydro diaminoanthraquinone 




40, 338 



2 status changed during the year. 
> Duty based on foreign value. 



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Table 19. — Coal-tar intermediates: Detailed statistics of imports into the United 
States in 1935, as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Name of intermediate 



Dihydroxy quinoline 

Dimethylphenylenediamine 

Dimethyl thiathrene 

Dinaplithyl dicarbonic acid 

2:4-Dinitro aniline 

3:4-Dioxyaminopropiophenon hydrochloride 

Dioxy diphenylsulfonate 

Dioxy ethyl-m-toluidine 

Diphenylamine crystals 

Diphenylamine mono-sulfonic acid 

Diphenyl-l:3-naphthylamine diamine-8-sulfonic acid. 

Dispersing agent SS 

Erional CL 

Ethyl-b-naphthylamine 

Ethylbenzyl-m-toluidine 

Fast color bases: 

Fast black LB base 

Fast blue BB base 

Fast blue RR base 

J'ast garnet GBC base 

Fast garnet GC base 

Fast red B base 

Fast red BB base 

Fast red ITR base 

Fast red RBE base 

Fast red RL base 

Fast red TR base 

Fast scarlet TR base 

Fast violet B base 

Red base VIII 

All other bases 



Total color bases 

Formyl-m-amine 

Formyl-m-diamino diphenyl urea 

Fouraniine A, AL, ALO, BA, J, ij, 2R, 3R, RHG, SD, SKG, SL, SO, X 

Fur developer EG, ERN 

Fur dyes 

Vulpin 4C, 4G, SH.. 



Gris fouramine A, AL 

Hair dye (intermediate) 

Halogenized coumarin compounds 

Hertolan 

Humectol C 

Hydroxyethylethylaniline 

Hydroxyethyloxy anthraquinone 

Hydroxyethyl toluidine 

8-Hydroxyquinoline-5-su]fonic acid 

Indaphor A _._ 

Invadin C 

Invadin N 

lodone 

p-Isopropyl methyl cinnamic aldehyde. 

Katanol LF 

Katanol O 

Katanol ON 

Katanol SL 

Katanol W 

Katanol WL_._ 



Kollamine 

Laventine HW 

Leonil S 

Mabolit FF 

Mercerol GS 

Methyl-p-aminophenol - 

Methyleyclohexanone 

Methyl hydrnxyquinoline 

Methylquinoline 

Monomethyl aminoaceto pyrocatechol hydrochloride. 

Naphthalene disulfonic acid 

Naphthalene tetra carbonic acid.. 

Naphthazol NF 



Quantity 



Subtotal Total 



Pounds 



1,143 

3,750 

25 

1.450 

2,400 

10, 478 

500 

550 

1,825 

1,550 

1,500 

500 

425 

55 

61 



13, 831 
605 



75 

4,150 

1,850 

225 

36, 900 

14, 750 



Pounds 
235 



* Duty based on foreign value. 



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Table 19. — Coal-tar intermediates: Detailed statistics of imports into the United 
States in 1935, as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Com- 
petitive 
status 



Name of intermediate 



Quantity 



Subtotal Total 



C 

NO 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 
NC 

NC 
TSIC3 

isrcs 

c 
c 
c 
c 

NC 

NC3 

c 
c 
c 
c 

NC 
NC 
NC 3 
NC 3 
NC 

NC 
NC3 



NC3 
NC3 
NC3 
NC3 
NC3 
NC3 
NC3 
NC3 
NC3 
C 

c 
c 

NC3 

NC» 
C 

NC3 

NC 
NC 
NC 
NC3 

C 2 

NC3 
C 

NC 
NC3 
NC3 
NC3 

C 
NC3 

NC 
NC 3 

NC 

NC 



Pounds 



NaphthazolNSW.. 
Naphthol AS-BG- 
Naphthol AS-BT._ 
Naphthol AS-G_.. 
Naphthol AS-GR.. 
Naphthol AS-ITR. 
Naphthol AS-LB,. 
Naphthol AS-LG._ 
Naphthcl AS-L30_ 
Naphthcl AS-LT-. 
Naphthol A S-SG.. 
Naphthol AS-SR.. 
Naphthol AS-TR.. 



6,000 
10 

77, 504 
1,050 
1,000 

24, 650 
6,300 
1,050 
1,575 
9,700 
2,200 
7,500 



Naphthol NEL, NJ, NTR. 

Naphthol RPH 

Naphthol RT 



b-Naphthol 

b-Naphfhol monosulfonic acid 

b-Naphthol monosulfonic acid F 

Naphthol sulfonic acid 

1:3 Naphthol sulfonic acid 

Naphthoxy thiophen 

1-Naphthylamine 3-6-disulfonic acid 

Naphthylamine sulfonic acid 

1-Napht hylamine-6-sulfonic acid 

1-Napht hylamine-7-su Ifonic acid 

2-Naphthylamine-l-sulfonic acid 

Nipabenzyl 

Nipakombin A 

p-Nitroaniline-o-sulfonate ethyl anilid 

3-Nitro-4-anisidine 

5-Nitro-2-anisidine 

4-Nitro-2-anisidine hydrochloride 

o-Nitro benzaldehyde 

p-Nitro-benzoic acid ethyl ester 

p-Nitro benzoyl chloride 

3-Nitro benzoyl-2:6-toluylene diamine 

3-Nitro benzoyl-2:6-toyulene diamine-4-sulfomc acid. 

5-Nitro-2-ehloro benzoic acid 

Nitro-oxal yl-diamino-anthraquinone - 

m-Nitro-p-oxymethyl benzoic acid ester 

m-Nitro-phenyl-5-pyrazolon-3-carbonic acid 

Nitroso diphenylamine 

Oxyethyl ethyl aniline.. 

Oxyethyloxy anthraquinone... 

p-6xyphenyl-b-naphthylamine 

Phenol 

Phenyl-2-amino-5-naphthol-7-sulfonic acid 

Phenyl-2-amino-8-naph thol-6-sulfonie acid 

Phenyl benzimidazol sulfonic acid... 

Phenyl mercury acetate 

Phenyl-b-naphthylamine 

o-Phenylene diamine 

Polyanthraquinonyl tetramid 

Preparation 6013 

Preparation 6051 

Preventol liquid II 

Primuline sulfonic acid... 

Propyl-p-hydroxybenzoate 

Purpurine 

Quinizarin 

Resist for acetate silk pdr 

Resolin NC. 

Resolin NP 

Resolin PV 

p-Rosaniline base 

Sapamine FL 

Sapamine KWC 

Saprotin A_. 

Setamol WS 

Sextol stearate.. 



2 Status changed during the year, 
■* Duty based on foreign value. 



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73 



Table 19. — Coal-tar intermediates: Detailed statistics of imports into the United 
States in 1935, as obtained from invoice analyses — Continued 



Corn- 


Name of intermediate 


Quantity 


status 


Subtotal 


Total 


NC 3 


Sipalin AOM 


Pounds 


Pounds 
2,500 
50 


c 


Solbrol M - 




NC 


Solidina P- 




930 


NC 3 






13, 678 


C 


o-Sulfobenzaldehvde 




18, 565 
220 


NC ' 


Sulfonic acid of benzimidazol .. ... .. 




NC 3 


Sulfureted chlorotolvl acid amide . .. 




11,730 


NC 3 






8,253 


NC 3 


Sulfureted toluene. 




441 


NC 


Tamol Z . . . . ... 




37 


NC 


Tetrachlorphthalic acid . .. ... .. 




1 823 


NC 3 


3:3 Toluidine -6:fi-disulfonic acid 




741 




Toluidine sulfanilid 




906 


NC 3 


4-Toluidine-2-sulfanilid- 




1,493 


NC 3 


m-Toluidine sulfonic acid calcium salt . ... 




3,896 


NC 3 


2:6 Toluylene diamine-4-acid 




953 


NC 3 






22, 070 




Trianthramid 




2,290 


NC3 


Tri-p-nitro-benzoyl-amino-stilbene disulfonic acid 




622 


NC 3 


XB product .. . . 




441 


NC 3 






300 


C 






5,688 
734 


c 


Xvlidine sulfonic acid 




c 


l:3:4-Xvlidine-5-sulfonic acid . .... 




796 


NC 3 






697 




All other 




30 




Total: 










1, 884, 784 




Value 




$2, 055, 189 











3 Duty based on foreign value. 



PART IV 

UNITED STATES PRODUCTION AND SALES OF SYNTHETIC ORGANIC 
CHEMICALS OF NON-COAL-TAR ORIGIN, 1935 

A new high was reached in 1935 in the output of synthetic organic 
chemicals not of coal-tar origin. Production totaled 1,591,895,576 
pounds, with sales of 791,760,208 pounds valued at $86,334,188, an 
increase over 1934 of 40 percent in production, 24 percent in sales 
volume, and 18 percent in sales value. Many unusual increases are 
noted in 1935 as compared with 1934. Synthetic methanol, the most 
important tonnage product, increased 41 percent in output; acetic 
anhydride, 73 percent; acetic acid, about 50 percent; acetone, more 
than 70 percent; amyl alcohol, over 100 percent; butyl alcohol, 18 
percent; isopropyl alcohol, more than 90 percent; amyl acetate, 27 
percent; butyl acetate, 13 percent; ethyl acetate, 21 percent; carbon 
tetrachloride, 19 percent; and fermentation citric acid, more than 
50 percent. Other products showing appreciable increases are chemi- 
cals used in the automobile and motor fuel industries, in synthetic 
hbers, and as solvents. 

Among the medicinals, aminoacetic acid increased 115 percent in 
production, but the value of sales dropped from $3.90 per poimcl in 
1934 to $3.18 per pound in 1935. The barbituric acid derivatives 
increased 18 percent in output, but declined 16 percent in sales volume 
from the preceding year. 

Of the resins, those derived from urea increased 21 percent; appre- 
ciable increases in output were reported for the vinyl resins, and 
several new types of synthetic resins were commercially produced 
for the first time in 1935. Among these are resins from acrylic acid 
and from adipic acid. Commercial production of crystal urea was 
also reported for the first time. 



Table 20. — Synthetic organic chemicals of non-coal-tar origin: United States 

production and sales, 1935 

[The numbers in the second column refer to the numbered alphabetical list of manufacturers printed on 
on p. 90. An X signifies that the manufacturer did not consent to the publication of his identification 
number with the designated product. A blanls: in the third column indicates that the production figure 
cannot be published without revealing information in regard to the output of individual firms. A blank 
in the fourth and fifth columns indicates that the sales of the corresponding product cannot be published 
without revealing information in regard to the individual firms. The figures thus concealed are, how- 
ever, included in the total] 





Manufacturers' 
identification 
numbers (ac- 
cording to list on 
p. 90) 


Production 


Sales 


Name of chemical 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


Total of non-coal-tar chemi- 




Pounds 
507,549,949 

1, 084, 345, 627 


Pounds 
326, 105, 056 

465, 655, 152 


$26, 880, 004 
59, 454, 184 


$0.08 


cals for which statistics are 
shown. 
Total of non-coal-tar chemi- 




.13 


cals for which statistics can- 
not be shown. 






Total non-coal-tar chemi- 


1,591,895,576 


791, 760, 208 


86,334,188 


.11 


cals. 







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75 



Table 20.' — Synthetic organic chemicals of non-coal-tar origin: United States 
production and sales, 1935 — Continued 





Manufacturers' 
identification 
numbers (ac- 
cording to list on 
p. 90) 


Production 


Sales 


Name of chemical 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS 

Acetal - -- --- - 


140 . 


Pounds 


Pounds 






Acetaldehyde - ... . 


32,62,72,99, 140, X... 










Acetaldol (Aldol) 


140 . - 










Acetamide _ . 


90 .. 










Acetic acid (100 percent) 


32,99, 140, 200, X 










Acetic anhydride (from all sources) . 


32,52,60,X,X 

77, 106, 202, X 

32, 45, 167, 182, 200 


116,460,109 
115,929 








Acetin (mono, di, and tri) .. 


108, 635 
56, 124, 067 


$45, 506 
4, 704, 028 


$0.42 


Acetone - . 


.08 


Acetonyl acetone . . . . 


32 - 






Acetyl eugenol .... 


206 . 












206 












54, X 










Allyl alcohol . .. 


32,61,70 










Allyl bromide . _. 


61 










Allyl caproate . . - 


X -. 












61 .. 










Amines (amvl, butyl, ethyl, and 






219, 419 


207, 735 


.95 


methyl), total. 
Amyl (mono, di, and tri) 


X 






Butyl (n-di and tri) 


54 - 










Ethyl: 


23 










Di ... 


214 










Methyl: 

Mono - - 


45,54 .- 










Di 


45,54 - . 










Tri ... 


54 














10, 322, 902 

} 9, 449, 401 

873, 501 

11,002,677 
} 10, 824, 556 

} 178, 121 








Normal ._ . 


45,54,167,180 

X 


6, 618, 241 


726, 156 








Iso - - 


66, 72, 106, 144, 196, 
200, X. 














54,180 










180,182, X 












Tertiary .. . . 


x,x 






72,106,196,200 

X 


















X 












X 












200 












51, 86, X, X, X 












51, X 












66 














47.382,481 


35, 786, 132 


3,675,656 


.10 




32, 45, 72, 97, 129, 

167, 200. 
182, X 














Iso - 


32,54,66 














58, 145, 494 
36, 082, 089 

I 22,063,405 


28, 132, 691 
22, 904, 156 

5, 228, 535 


2, 656, 405 
2, 279, 805 

376, 600 


.09 




32, 45, 72', 167 

182, X 


.10 






Tertiary 


182, X 


.07 


Iso 


32,54 






45 . 






32, 45 












72 












147 - 












90 












32 










Butyl lactate 


45 












72, 97, 106, 200 












45, 106 --. 












32 144 












32 












126, 131 - 










Calcium citrate (fermentation) 


X 










160 












8, 40, 181 




474, 805 


82, 611 


.17 




54, X 








120, 144 










Capryl butyric acid 

Capryl butyric ether 


69 










69 











88446—36- 



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Table 20.' — Synthetic organic chemicals of non-coal-tar origin: United States 
production and sales, 1935- — Continued 





Manufacturers' 
identification 
numbers (ac- 
cording to list on 
p. 90) 


Production 


Sales 


Name of chemical 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS— 

continued 


32,52, 141, 195, 211, X 
52 


Pounds 
55, 785, 546 


Pounds 
52,419,752 


$2, 143, 217 


$0.04 


Chloroacetic acid (mono and di) 




X 










Chloroform, (tech. and USP) 

Citric acid, refined (fermentation) . . 


20 25 52 54 


1,919,972 








39, 160, X 








54, 69, 74, 104, 124, 

202, X. 
66, 69 


21,512 


















32, 140 












140 












32, 45, 129 












X 












X 












200 












147 












104, 106 












107 












54 












32 












32 










Dichloromonofluoromethane 


107 










107 












32 












32, X 












200 












32 - 












32 ... 












32 










Diethylene glycol diethyl ether 

Diethylene glycol dipropionate 

Diethylene glycol inonobutyl ether. 
Diethylene glycol monobutyl ether 

Diethylene glycol monoethyl ether.. 
Diethylene glycol monoethyl ether 

acetate. 
Diethylene glycol mpnomethyl ether 


32 










147 .. 


.. 








32 










32 










32 










32 










32 . - 










32 












32 












X 












69 










Dihydroxy citronellic ketone 


69 










182, X 












54 












6 












54 












32 












54 












X 












X 










Ethyl acetate (85 percent purity)... 


32, 45, 54, 69, 70, 72, 

129, 167, 200, X. 
32, 200 


57, 865, 429 


41, 324, 887 


2, 836, 212 


.07 




32 












1, 52 












52 












32 












32 












66, 72, 144, 196, X. 












144 










Ethyl chloride, (tech. and USP).... 


52, 54, 72, 76, X 










200 










Ethyl ether (tech., USP, and abso- 
lute). 


32, 54, 120, 200, X, X. 
32 


7, 971, 923 


8, 819, 210 


1, 613, 993 


.18 




32 










Ethyl hexoic acid 


32 












32 












X . . 












51 












120 










Ethyl myristinate 


69 










Ethyl oenanthate 


51, 66, 69, 144, 196, X. 
72,200.... 


3,207 


2,027 


1,675 


.83 


Ethyl oxalate 





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77 



Table 20.- — Synthetic organic chemicals of non-coal-tar origin: United States 
production and sales, 1935' — Continued 





Manufacturers' 
identification 
numbers (ac- 
cording to list on 
p. 90) 


Production 


Sales 


Name of chemical 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS— 

continued 
Ethvl oxyhydrate 


66, 69. 


Pounds 


Pounds 






Ethyl pelargonate 


202 










Ethvl propionate 


66, 69, 70, 72, X 










Ethyl silicate 


32... 










Ethvl valerate (n and iso) 

Ethvl vanillin 


69, 72, 144, 196, X.... 
X 


820 


1,045 


$1,267 


$1.21 


Ethylene chlorohvdrin. 


32... 










Ethylene dibromide 


29,52,63 










Ethylene dichloride 


32, 52... 










Ethylene glycol 


32 










Ethvlene glycol diacetate 


32 










Ethylene glycol diethyl ether 


32 










Ethvlene elvcol monobiitvl ether 


32 










Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether 


32 










Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether 


32,72.. 










acetate (cellosolve acetate) . 
Ethvlene glycol monomethyl ether.. 


32 










Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether 


32.72.... 










acetate (methyl cellosolve ace- 
tate) . 
Ethylene oxide 


32 










Ethylidin diacetate 


X 










Eugenol formate.. _ 


206 










Fatty acids (synthetic) 


99 










Formaldehyde (40 percent purity) . . 


54,62,87. 














129, 644 


122, 188 


36, 344 


30 


Ethyl 


45, 69, 72, 144, 196, X. 
45, 54, 104, 208 




Methyl 










Formic acid (90 percent purity) 


54,83,208 










Furfural 


170 










Furfural derivatives: 

Furfuryl alcohol 


90, 170 










Furoic acid 


170... 










Furoyl chloilde .. 


90... 










Hydrofuramide. 


170 










Sodium furcate 


170 










Tetrahydrofurfuryl alcohol 


170 










Gallic acid, tech . . 


60, 120, 217 . 


314,412 
9,146 


98, 465 


65,955 


57 


Geranyl acetate 


54, 66, 69, 74, 124, 

206, X, X. 
66, 206... 




Geranyl butyrate 








Geranyl formate. 


66, 69 










Gluconic acid 


160 










Glyceryl monostearate 


X 










Glycol bori-borate 


X 










Glycol stearate 


X 










Heliotropin 


51,X, X 










Heptaldehyde 


66, X 










Hexachloroethane.. 


52, 54.. 










Hexamethylenetetramine 


54, 87, 176 










Hexyl acetate (sec). 


X 










n-Hexyl alcohol 


32 










Hexyl alcohol (sec.).. 


X 










Higher acetates (above hexyl) 


X 










Higher alcohols (containing more 
than 5 carbon atoms) 


54, 99, X 










Higher ketones 


54 . .. . 










Hydrogenated a-pipecoline 


90 










Hydroxy citronellal 


54, 203, X 










Hydroxylamine hydrochloride 


6 










lonone. 


54, 124, 126, 196, 202, 

X. 
66, 69, 72, 144, 196, X. 
66, 69, 144, X 










Isoamyl butyrate 

Isoamyl formate 


11,215 


11, 149 
261 


8,773 
258 


.79 
.99 


Isoamyl isovalerate 


66, 144, X 






Isoamyl propionate 


69, 72, X 












54 










Isobutyl butyrate . . 


66, 69 










Isobutvl propionate 


54 










Isododecane 


182 












66, 206, X 












182 










Isopropyl acetate 


32, 69, 200, X 










Isopropyl alcohol (isopropanol) 


32, 182, X 










X 











78 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Table 20.' — Synthetic organic chemicals of non-coal-tar origin: United States 
production and sales, 1935' — Continued 





Manufacturers' 
identification 
numbers (ac- 
cording to list on 
p. 90) 


Production 


Sales 


Name of chemical 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


INDUSTRI.\L AND MISCELLANEOUS— 

continued 


90 


Pounds 


Pounds 








32 












144 










Lactic acid; 
Edible 


8,12,40,83 












8, 12, 40, 83 












8, 12, 40, 83, 181 












66, 69, X, X, X 












66, 69 












206 












15 












32 












32, 45, 54, 62 


120, 750, 861 


80, 626, 923 


$3, 402, 643 


$0.04 




32, 140 






32 












147 










Methyl chloride (chloromethane)..- 


20,54, X 

32 

X 

182 

32, 182, X 


2.033,768 

[ 260, 712 
































196 












32 












32 












32 










Methylene chloride (dichlorome- 
thane). 


20, 52, 54 










32 










Monoethanolamine hydrochloride. - 


32 










32 












206 










Octyl alcohol (sec.) (capryl alcohol) - 


6 










149, 208, X, X 

140 


8, 326, 738 


8, 574, 656 


904, i54 


.11 








54, 87 












X 












54 












54 












54 










Polyethylene polvamine 


X 










Polyglycerol-abietic acid compound. 


X 










32, 54, 97 












66 










n-Propvl alcohol (propanol) 


54 










Propylene chlorohydrin 


32 












23 -- 












32, 52 










Propylene glycol 


32, 54 










Propylene o.xide 


32 










Pyrogallic acid (pyrogallol) 


60, 120, 217 


87, 386 


80, 192 


114,212 


1.42 




26, 60 




Rhodinyl acetate 


66 










Rubber, synthetic (duprene, etc.) 


54, X 












6 - - 












54, 120, 208, X 










Sodium o.xalate 


208 










Sodium oxal acetate 


200 










Sorbitol 


15 - - 












140 










Sulfated fatty alcohols, acids, etc. 


54, 77, 99, X, X 










(Gardinols, Igepon A. T., Intra- 
mines). 
Sulfoaeetic acid 


X 










Terpineol 


54, X, X, X. 


412,095 


418, 344 


104,488 


.25 




54, 86 




Terpinyl acetate 


54 66, X, X 










Tetrabromoethane (acetylene tetra- 

bromide). 
Tetrachloroethane (acetylene tetra- 


52 










54,211... 

52 


\ 1, 820, 134 








Tetrachloroethylene. .. -. 








Tetraethyl lead 


54 




Tetramethylthiouram sulfide and 
disulfide. 


54, 176, X, X 


228, 585 


244, 818 


551, 837 


2.25 



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79 



Table 20.' — Synthetic organic chemicals of non-coal-tar origin: United States 
production and sales, 1935' — Continued 





Manufacturers' 
identification 
numbers (a c - 
cording to list on 
p. 90) 


Production 


Sales 


Name of chemical 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


INDUSTRIAL AND MISCELLANEOUS— 

continued 
Thiocarbamates, total. 




Pounds 
85, 417 


Pounds 
73, 846 


$119,279 


$1.62 


Dimetliyl ammonium dimethyl- 


81. 




dithio carbamate. 
Lead diinethvldithiocarbamate 


148, 214 










Sodium dibutyldithiocarba- 


X 










mate. 
Sodium dimethyldithiocarba- 


X 










mate. 
Zinc dibutyldithiocarbamate 


X 










Zinc diethylditliiocarbamate- .. 


X 










Zinc dimethyldithiocarbamate - 


148, X, X 












106 










Triehloroethylene 


32, 54, 211.. 










Trichloromonofluoromethane 


107 










Triethanolamine 


32 










Triethyl citrate -. . 


160 










Triethvl phosphate - 


131 












32 










Triethylene glycol dlhexoate 

Triethylenetetramine 


32 










32 










Triethvltrimethylenetriamine . . 


X 










Triisobutylene 


X 












X 












54 












54 










Vanillin. (See Coal-tar flavors.) 


206 












X 












32 












32 












54, X 










Xanthates: 


X 










Potafsium amyl .. 


84, X 


} 1, 681, 146 


1, 686, 560 


359, 960 


.21 




7,84.176 




84 X 






X 












84, X 












X 










Zinc butyl xanthogenate 


X 










X 










All other 


54 X 










SYNTHETIC MEDICINALS 

Acetannin ftannigen) (tannyl ace- 
tate). 


X 










60 










Aminoacetic acid (glycocol) (gly- 
cine). 
Amyl nitrite 


52,54,61,159,193 

60 120 X 


21,927 

223 
152, 713 


21, 196 


67, 390 


3.18 




92, 488 


577, 279 


6.24 


AUyl isopropyl acetyl carbamide. 

Butyl ethyl barbituric acid and 
salts. 

Calcium isopropyl ethyl bar- 
bituric acid and salts. 

Cyclohexenyl ethyl barbituric 
acid and salts. 

Diallylbarbituric acid and salts. 


88 




X 










X 










X 










75 










X 










salts (dibromin). 

Diethylbarbituric acid and salts 
(barbital). 

Diethyl ester of monoethyl- 
ethyl malonic acid. 

Isoamyl ethyl barbituric acid 
and salts. 

Isopropyl ethyl barbituric acid.. 

Isopropyl ethyl malonic ester 

Sodium diethylbarbituric (bar- 
bital sodium). 

Sodium hexylethyl barbiturate 
(ortal sodium) . 

Other barbituric acid deriva- 
tives. 


1 75 X X 










X 










115 










X 










X 










1 75 X 










X 










X 





















80 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Table 20. — Synthetic organic chemicals of non-coal-tar origin: United States 
production and sales, 1935 — Continued 





Manufacturers' 
identification 
numbers (ac- 
cording to list on 
p. 90) 


Production 


Sales 


Name of chemical 


Quantity 


Value 


Unit 
value 


SYNTHETIC MEDiciNALS— Continued 


52, 120 


Pounds 


Pounds 








X 












X 












X 












X 










Chloral hydrate 


131, X 










Chloroform, USP. (See Chloro- 
form, tech.) 


X .. 










Diethylbromoacetyl bromide (bro- 


X 










mo acid). 


X 










tate. 
Ether, absolute. (See Ethyl ether, 

tech.) 
Ethyl chloride, USP. (See Ethyl 

chloride, tech.) 
Ethyl ether, USP. (See Ethyl 

ether, tech.) 
Ethyl glycollic acid ester of menthoL 


X 










Ethylhvdrocupreine hydrochloride 


X 










(optochin). 
Ethyl iodide 


60, 61, 120 X 




535 


$2, 447 


$4.57 


Ethyl malonate (malonic ester) 


1 . 






Ethyl nitrite 


72, 120, X 










Ethylenediamine 


23,32 










Ethvlenediamine hydrochloride -- 


23,32 










Gallic acid, USP... 


60, 120 










Glycerophosphoric acid and salts -- 


87, 131 










He.xamethylenetetramine, USP 


54 










Hexamethvlenetetramineanhydro- 


X.... 










methylerie citrate, 
lodobehenate of iron, basic 


X 










Iodoform 


120, 139, X 










lodomethane sulfate sodium 


X... 










Lithium lactate 


98 ... 










Methyl glyco cyamidine (creati- 


60- 










nine). 
Methyl iodide . - .. 


60, 61, 120, X 


693 


460 


2,768 


6.02 


Methylene critic acid, sodium salt . 


X 




Methylene iodide .. . 


60, X.. . 










Pyruvic acid . . .. 


1,21... 










Sodium - bismuth - thioglycollate 


X 










(thiobismol). 
Sodium formaldehyde sulfoxylate... 


X 










Sulfonethv [methane 


120 










Sulfonmethane_-_ .. 


120... 










Theophylline, USP._ _. 


120 .. 










Theophylline ethvlenediamine 


63 










Thymol iodide . 


120 .- 










Tribromoacetyl aldehyde (bromal) . 


X 










Tribromomethane (bromoform) 


52, 120, X 


4,911 


4,927 


41, 589 


8.44 


Tribromotertiarybutyl alcohol (bro- 


X.. 




metone) . 
Trichloroacetic acid 


52 










Trichlorotertiarybutyl alcohol (chlo- 


21, X 










retone) . 












Total 


751, 225 


568, 839 


1, 343, 008 


2.36 


SYNTHETIC RESINS 

Derived from: 

Abalyn-h y d r o g e n-n i t r o g e n 


86 




(hercolyn). 
Abietic acid 


86, X 










Acrvlic acid 


X.. 


17, 686 
4, 202, 536 


12, 054 
4, 005, 083 


7,602 
1, 828, 565 




Adipic acid 


X. 


.63 


Terpenes 


X 




Urea 


7,201,X,X,X,X.... 
32... 


.46 


Vinyl acetate .. . 




Wood rosin-methyl alcohol 


86. . 










(abalyn). 













PART V 

Appendix I 

DYES AND OTHER COAL-TAR CHEMICALS IMPORTS FOR CONSUMPTION, 

AND EXPORTS, 1935 

The following tables are compiled from ofRcial statistics of imports 
and exports, as reported in Foreign Commerce and Navigation of the 
United States for 1935. For comparative purposes, table 21 shows 
total imports of each product in 1934 and 1935. Table 22 shows 
imports of these products in 1935 by countries, and table 23 shows 
exports by countries. 

The slight discrepancy between the figures for imports of coal-tar 
products as given in part III and those given here may be explained 
as follows: The coverage of the invoice analyses by which the detailed 
imports of part III are compiled is not always complete. The values 
shown in the invoice analyses are the invoice or foreign values, whereas 
the values shown in Foreign Commerce and N avigation of the United 
States, with respect to dutiable items, are the dutiable values, based 
either on American selling price or United States value. Furthermore, 
the classifications in Foreign Commerce and Navigation reports are 
broader than in the detailed statistics shown in part III. 

Table 21. — Coal-tar products: Imports for consumption in the United States, 1934 

and 1935 

Group I.— CRUDES (FREE) 



Dead or creosote oil gallons.. 

Acenaphthene, fluorene, methylanthracene, methyl- 
naphthalene pounds.. 

Anthracene, less than 30 percent pure do 

Anthracene oil... do 

Benzene gallons. . 

Cresylic acid do 

Cumene and cymene pounds.. 

Naphthalene, solidifying at less than 79° C do 

Pyridine gallons.. 

Toluene... .do 

Xylene do 

Tar and pitch: 

Crude, coal, blast-furnace, oil-gas, and water-gas 

tar barrels.. 

Pitch of coal, blast-furnace, oil-gas, and water-gas 

tar barrels.. 

All other distillates, n. s. p. f. which yield in distil- 
ling below 190° C. a quantity of tar acids, less 
than 5 percent of the original distillate. .pounds.. 
All mixtures of distillates or pitches in par. 1651, 
and all other products found naturally in coal tar, 
whether produced from coal tar or other source, 
n. s. p. f__ pounds.. 



Quantity 



31,773,930 



24, 174 

42, 591 



1, 172, 571 
842, 766 



47, 994, 513 
14, 760 
10, 070 



102, 043 
105 

871. 268 
86, 120 



Value 



$2, 835, 235 

3,140 
700 



143, 461 
284, 051 



669, 383 
16. 246 
3,021 



187, 317 



36, 463 



3,353 



1935 



Quantity 



34, 513, 486 

1,036 

38, 270 

IS, 352 

277, 229 

805, 778 

10,244 

48, 454, 854 

393 

149, 274 



85, 465 
47 

2, 565, 777 
869, 835 



Value 



$3, 536, 500 

95 

641 

536 

29, 846 

265, 485 

786 

643, 249 

1,568 

44,814 

23 



170, 663 
210 

48, 550 



81 



82 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Table 21. — Coal-tar products: Imports for consumption in the United States, 1934 

and 1935 — Continued 

Group II.— INTERMEDIATES i (DUTIABLE AT 40 PERCENT AD VALOREM AND 7 

CENTS PER POUND) 





Quantity 


Value 


Duty 


Equivalent 
ad valorem 


Acids: 

Carbolic: 

Crystal (phenol): 2 

1934 . 


Pounds 






Percent 


1935 -- 


2,605 

23, 964 
16, 602 

148, 359 
117,449 

330 
440 


$211 

1, 497 
1,128 

182, 655 
138, 835 

234 

288 


$133 

1,138 
807 

83, 447 
63, 755 

117 
146 


63.0 


Liquid (cresylic acid or cresol) : 2 

1934 -- 


70.0 


1935 


71.5 


Coal-tar acids, n. s. p. f.: 

1934 


45.7 


1935 


45.9 


Anthracene, 30 percent or more pure: 

1934... 


49.9 


1935 


50.7 


Anthraquinone, aminoanthraquinone, nitroanthra- 
quinone: 
1934.. 




1935 


100 

2,175 
125 

4,000 
10, 913 

911 
3,741 

10 
40 

124, 598 
65, 468 

66 
99 

78, 870 
69, 021 


254 

2,867 
494 

2, 035 

8,887 

2,944 

9,766 

20 
80 

34,361 

18, 290 

6 
31 

235, 120 
171,077 


109 

1,299 
206 

1,094 
4,319 

1,241 
4,168 

9 
35 

11, 233 
5,949 

19 

99, 569 
73, 262 


42.9 


Benzanthrone, benzoquinone, benzidine, benzidine 
sulfate, and benzyl, benzal, and benzoyl chloride: 
1934 


45.3 


1935... 


41.7 


Carbazole, 65 percent or more pure: 

1934 


53.8 


1935 . 


48.6 


Dimethylaminophenol, dimethylphenylbenzylam- 

monium hydro.xide, and dimethylphenyienediamine: 

1934 


42.2 


1935 


42.7 


Diphenylamine: 

1934 


43.5 


1935 


43.8 


Metacresol, orthocresol, and paracresol, 90 percent or 
more pure: 2 
1934 


32.7 


1935 


32.5 


Naphthalene, solidifying at or above 79° C: 

1934_. 


116.7 


1935 


61.3 


Naphthol, alpha and beta, not medicinal: 
1934 


42.3 


1935... 


42.8 


Tolidine, toluene sulfochloride, toluene sulfonamide, 
tolylenediamine: 
1934 




1935 


893 

1, 580, 403 
1, 774, 439 


438 

1,513,856 
2, 097, 747 


238 

716,171 
963,310 


54.3 


All similar products manufactured from the products, 
provided for in par. 27 or par. 1651: 
1934 


47.3 


1935 


45.9 







1 Ad valorem rate based on American selling price or the United States value. 
' Dutiable at 20 percent ad valorem and 3}^ cents per pound. 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



83 



Table 21. — Coal-tar prochicts: Imports for consumption in the United States, 1934 

and 1935 — Continued 

Group III.— DYES AND OTHER FINISHED PRODUCTS i (DUTIABLE AT 45 PERCENT AD 
VALOREM AND 7 CENTS PER POUND) 





Quantity 


Value 


Duty 


Equivalent 
ad valorem 


Colors, dyes, staias, color acids, color lakes, and color 
bases, n. s. p. i.: 

1934.. 


Pounds 
4, 239, 753 
4, 606, 240 

22 
11 

3 

1 


$5, 455, 603 
6, 034, 376 

62 
30 

1,046 
588 


$2, 751, 804 
3, 037, 906 

29 
14 

471 
265 


Percent 
50.4 


1935 


50.3 


Coal-tar medicinals: 

Acetanilide, medicinal, acetphenetidin (phenace- 

tin), and acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin): 
1934 


47 5 


1935 


46.7 


Arsphenamine (salvarsan), eoanrsphenamine, and 
similar arsenical medicinal compounds: 

1934. -. 


45.0 


1935 


45.1 


b-Naphthol and benzaldehyde: 

1934 




1935 


1,000 

645 
60 

6 


1,009 

2,229 
290 

16 


524 

1,048 
135 

8 


51.9 


Pheuolphthalein: 

1934 


47.0 


1935 


46.6 


Salicylic acid and its salts, medicinal: 

1934 -- 


47.6 


1935 




Coal-tar medicinals, n. s. p. f.: 

1934 --- 


13,012 
19, 088 

1,000 
1,501 

37, 466 
46, 578 

425 


70, 862 
81, 275 

2,000 
3,003 

97, 231 
93, 762 

4,738 


32, 799 
37,910 

970 
1,456 

46, 377 
45, 453 

2,162 


46.3 




46.6 


Other coal-tar products: 

picric acid and trinitrotoluene): 

1934 - -- 


48.5 


1935 - 


48.5 


Flavors and perfume materials: 

Musk, artificial, benzyl acetate, benzyl ben- 
zoate, coumarin, natural coumarin, diphenyl- 
oxide, heliotropine (from coal tar, T. D. 
40998), methyl anthranilate, methyl salicyl- 
ate, natural methyl salicylate or oil of winter- 
green or oil of sweet birch, phenylacetalde- 
hyde, phenylethyl alcohol, and other syn- 
thetic oderiferous or aromatic chemicals not 
containing alcohol: 

1934 


47.7 


1935 - 


48.5 


1934 


45.6 






Ink powders: 
1934 










1935 


7 

10, 369 
45, 885 


4 

44, 160 
124, 378 


2 

20, 598 
59, 182 


50.0 


1934 --- - . 


46.6 


1935 


47.6 


Sodium benzoate: 
1934 




1935 


110 

15,711 
18, 015 

7,075 
29,436 


125 

8,680 
6,075 

1,072 
4,410 


64 

5,006 
3,995 

978 
4,045 


61.2 


prepared from any article provided for in pars. 27 or 
1651 (bakelite prohibited, T. D. 41512): 
1934 


57.7 


1935 


65.8 


Synthetic tanning materials: 


91.2 


1935 -. 


91.7 







• Ad valorem rates based on American selling price or the United States value. 



84 

Table 22. — Coal 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 

tar products: Imports for consumption in the United States, by 
countries, 1935 



Country- 


Dead or creosote oil 


Acenaphthene, 
fluorene, methyl- 
anthracene, 
methylnaphtha- 
lene 


Anthracene, less 

than 30 percent 

pure 


Anthracene oil 




Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 




Gatlons 
10, 348, 015 


$1, 046, 496 


Pounds 
1,036 


$95 


Pounds 




Pounds 






38, 270 


$641 








2, 123, 432 
14, 658, 714 
4, 282, 618 
3, 099, 027 
1,680 


238, 470 

1, 491, 744 

456, 191 

303, 457 

142 










United Kingdom 










18, 352 


$536 


























Other 




























Total.. 


34, 513, 486 


3, 536, 500 


1,036 


95 


38, 270 


641 


18, 352 


536 









Benzene 


Cresylic acid 


Cumene and cymene 




Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Belgium 


Gallons 




Pounds 




Pounds 
5,533 


$438 








11,262 

794, 471 

45 


$3, 325 

262, 137 

23 
















29, 894 
247, 335 


$3, 378 
26, 468 






Mexico 






Finland 






4,711 


348 














Total 


277, 229 


29, 846 


805, 778 


265, 485 


10, 244 


786 







Country 


Naphthalene, solidify- 
ing at less than 79° C. 


Pyridine 


Toluene 


Xylene 




Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Belgium 


Pounds 
2, 387, 931 
6, 959, 999 
15, 742, 094 
22, 326 
1, 344, 188 
5, 075, 454 

6, 157, 857 

10, 688, 612 

76, 393 


$31,375 
98, 099 

230, 820 

171 

19, 724 

63, 992 

74, 354 

123,545 

1,169 


Gallons 




Gallons 




Gallons 




Czechoslovakia 
















4 


$24 






6 


$23 










Netherlands 














Poland and Danzig 














U. S. S. R. (Russia in 
Europe) 














United Kingdom 


389 


1,544 










149, 274 


.$44. 814 
















Total. 


48, 454, 854 


643, 249 


393 


1,568 


149, 274 


44, 814 


6 


23 







Country 


Crude, coal, blast- 
furnace, oil-gas, 
and water-gas tar 


Pitch of coal, blast- 
furnace, oil-gas, 
and water-gas tar 


All other distillates, 
n. s. p. f., which yield 
in distilling below 
190°C. a quantity of 
tar acids less than 5 
percent of the original 
distillate 




Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Netherlands... 


Barrels 




Barrels 




Pounds 
2,816 
2,308 
407, 653 

2, 153, 000 


$1,033 


Germany 










392 


United Kingdom 


1,529 

83, 706 

100 

130 


$7, 751 

161, 528 

576 

808 


29 


$145 


19, 344 


Canada 


27, 781 


New Zealand 


10 

8 


36 
29 




Other 












Total 


85, 465 


170, 663 


47 


210 


2, 565, 777 


48, 550 







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85 



Table 22. — Coal-tar products: Imports for consumption in the United States, by 
countries, 1935 — Continued 



Country- 


All mixtures of distil- 
lates or pitches in 
par. 1651, and all 
other products found 
naturally in coal tar, 
whether produced 
from coal tar or other 
source, n. s. p. f. 


Carbolic acid, 
crystal (phenol) 


Carbolic acid, 
liquid (cresylic 
acid or cresol) 




Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Netherlands 


Pounds 

4,398 

32, 487 

372, 884 

458, 192 


$2, 005 
2.039 
6,064 
7,719 


Pounds 




Pounds 




Germany. .. . . . . 










United Kingdom 


400 


$79 


16, 602 


$1,128 


Canada 




U. S. S. R. (Russia in Europe) 


2,205 


132 






Other . 


1,874 


121 
















Total 


869, 835 


17, 948 


2,605 


211 


16, 602 


1,128 







Country 




Coal-tar acids n. s. p. f. 


Anthracene, 30 per- 
cent or more pure 


Anthraquinone, am- 
inoanthraquinone, 
nitroanthraquinone 




Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


France 


Pounds 
1,114 
83, 223 
33, 112 


$1, 982 
93, 703 
43, 150 


Pounds 




Pounds 




Germany 


440 


$288 












United Kingdom 






ioo 


$254 














Total 


117, 449 


138, 835 


440 


288 


100 


254 






Country 


Benzanthrone, benzo- 
quinone, benzidine, 
benzidine sulfate, 
and benzyl, benzal, 
and benzoyl chloride 


Carbazole, 65 per- 
cent or more pure 


Dimethylaminophenol, 
d i m ethylphenylben- 
zylammonium hy- 
droxide, and dime- 
thylphenyl enedia- 
mine 




Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Germany 


Pounds 

125 


$494 


Pounds 
10, 913 


$8, 887 


Pounds 
3,741 


$9, 766 






Country 


Diphenylamine 


Metacresol, orthocre- 
sol, and paracresol, 
90 percent or more 
pure 


Napthalene, solidi- 
fying at or above 
79° C. 


Naphthol, alpha 
and beta, not me- 
dicinal 




Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Germany 


Pounds 
40 


$80 


Pounds 
11,023 
11,025 
43, 420 


$5, 456 
3,502 
9,332 


Pounds 
99 


$31 


Pounds 
69, 021 


$171,077 


































Total - 


40 


80 


65, 468 


18, 290 


99 


31 


69, 021 


171, 077 



86 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



Table 22. 



-Coal-tar products: Imports for cons,umption in the United States, hxf 
countries 1935 — Continued 



Country 


Tolidine, toluene 
sulfochloride, tolu- 
ene sulfonamide, 
tolylenediamine 


All similar products 
manufactured from 
the products pro- 
vided for in pars. 27 
or 1651 


Coal-tar colors, dyes, 
stains, color acids, 
color lakes, and color 
bases, n. s. p. f. 




Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Belgium . 


Pounds 




Pounds 




Pounds 

1,835 

30, 814 

2, 120, 071 

950 

2,658 

2, 386, 386 

53, 300 

9,666 

57 

503 


$1, 96S 


France . 




' 


14, 132 

1,641,719 

1,230 

11,034 

83, 229 

22, 074 

547 


$29, 762 

1, 952, 657 

246 

4,725 

83, 245 

24, 720 

1,010 


35, 632 




893 


$438 


2, 997, 343 


Italy 


834 


Netherlands . -... .. 






1,971 








2, 926, 640 


United Kingdom 






58, 966 


Canada 






10, 730 


China - - 






33 








362 
112 


403 
979 


264 


Other... - 


















Total - 


893 


438 


1, 774, 439 


2, 097, 747 


4, 606, 240 


6, 034, 376 







Country 


Acetanilide, 

medicinal, 

acetphenetidine 

(phenacetin) and 

acetylsalicylic 

acid (aspirin) 


Arsphenamine 
(salvarsan) 
neoarsphenamine, 
and similar 
arsenical 
medicinal 
compounds 


b-Naphthol and 
benzaldehyde 


Phenolphthaleia 




Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Germany 


Pounds 




Pounds 

1 


$588 


Pounds 
1,000 


$1, 009 


Pounds 




Canada 


ii 


$30 


60 


$290 














Total 


11 


30 


1 


588 


1,000 


1,009 


60 


29a 







Country 


Coal-tar medici- 
nals, n. s. p. f. 


Coal-tar explosives, 
except smokeless 
powders (includ- 
ing picric acid 
and trinitro- 
toluene) 


Coal-tar flavors 

and perfume 

materials' 


Ink powders 




Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


France. 


Pounds 

1,024 

12, 706 

694 


$5, 538 

52, 671 

2,963 


Pounds 




Pounds 
6,840 
30, 807 
1,381 
1,543 
5,881 
5 


$24,418 

48, 955 

2,607 

1,071 

16, 378 

60 


Pounds 




Germany 










Netherlands 










Spain. . .. 










Switzerland 


1,191 

2,347 

312 

15 

795 

4 


10, 829 

5,546 

1,841 

162 

1,643 

82 










United Kingdom 










Canada 


1,501 


$3,003 






Hong Kong 






7 


$4 


Japan. 












Other 






121 


273 
















Total 


19, 088 


81, 275 


1,501 


3,003 


46, 578 


93, 762 


7 


4 



1 Includes musk, artificial, benzyl acetate, benzyl benzoate, coumarin, natural coumarin, diphenyloxide, 
heliotropin (from coal tar, T. D. 40993), methyl salicylate, natural methyl salicylate or oil of wintergreen 
or oil of sweet birch, phenylacetaldehyde, phenylethyl alcohol, and other synthetic odoriferous or aromatic 
chemicals not containing alcohol. 



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87 



Table 22. — Coal-tar products: Imports for consumption in the United States, by 
countries 1935 — Continued 



Country 


Coal-tar photo- 
graphic chemicals 


Sodium benzoate 


Synthetic phe- 
nolic resin and 
all resinlike 
products 2 


Synthetic tanning 
materials 




Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Belgium 


Pounds 

43 

41, 594 

3,833 


$250 
109, 989 
13, 254 


Pounds 




Pounds 




Pounds 




Germany 

Netherlands 


""""no 


$125 


2,220 


$1, 959 


29, 436 


$4, 410 


Switzerland 






1,781 

13, 242 

135 

637 


1,308 

2,476 

46 

286 






United Kingdom 


213 
202 


604 
281 










Canada 










Other countries. _. 
























Total 


45, 885 


124, 378 


110 


125 


18, 015 


6,075 


29, 436 


4,410 



'Prepared from any article provided for in pars. 27 or 1651 (bakelite prohibited, T. D. 41512). 
Table 23. — Coal-tar products: Exports from the United States, by countries, 1935 



Country 


Benzol 


Crude and refined 
coal tar 


Coal-tar pitch 


Creosote oU 




Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Belgium 


Gallons 

4, 244, 267 

3, 017. 058 

39, 331 

114,757 

4, 877, 315 

313, 643 


$652, 707 

432, 118 

5, 753 

28. 259 

908, 739 

40, 774 


Barrels 
3, 620, 336 
1, 382, 546 


$148, 899 
57, 511 


Tons 




GaVons 




France 


58, 838 


$633, 975 


100 


$36 


Greece 




Italy 






2, 038 

33 

13, 7,50 

267 

2,108 

7 

7 

18 


38, 852 

770 

129. 192 

11,604 

29, 467 

231 

166 

597 






Netherlands 


525, 674 


31, 434 






Spain 






United Kingdom 


228 

1, 857, 126 

26, 381 

5,603 

61, 223 

439 
500 
7,173 
475 
305 


52 

100, 449 

4,520 

918 

11, 795 

121 
350 

1,189 
125 

78 






Canada 

Panama 

Mexico . 


228, C27 

50 

120 

60, 384 

46, 032 

46,112 

443 

34, 575 

43, 508 

79, 855 
1,342 

44, 457 
1, 437, 309 

37, 054 


24, 833 
13 

45 
8,629 

9,190 

11,332 

172 

7,043 
11, 076 

18, 512 

428 

19, 902 

322, 452 

11, 327 


104, 474 
24, 014 
60, 122 
20, 548 

110 

644 

116, 163 

102 

2,162 


16, 787 
5,388 
11, 789 


Cuba 


5,078 


Netherland West In- 
dies 


28 


Argentina . 


1 

5 

22 

3,100 


134 

172 

418 

31,000 


195 


Colombia 

China 


27, 284 
31 


Philippine Islands 

Turkey in Asia and 
Europe 


701 


Australia .. 


2,370 


385 










Canary Islands 










Italian Africa 














Other countries 


39, 407 


6, 383 


1,650 


18,444 


20, 281 


5,315 


Total 


14.665.639 


2.51.3.304 


7. 529. 786 


364. 209 


81.8.54 


895. 022 


348. 720 


72, 632 



Country 


Coal-tar colors, dyes, 
stains, and color lakes 


Other coal-tar products 
exclusive of medicinals 




Quantity 


Value 


Quantity 


Value 


Belgium 


Pounds 

1, 4.34, 691 
174, 088 
126, 163 
197,952 

29, 915 

244, 615 

617. 905 

5,470 

38, 466 

2, 608, 291 
437, 317 

806 

371, 655 

262, 830 

1, 429, 528 

8, 669, 133 

579, 180 

561, 770 

861, 927 

5, 373 

973, 849 


$420, 880 

118,407 

69, 762 

74, 518 

11,870 

213, 778 

127, 606 

1,744 

27, 972 

1,319,580 

226, 494 

304 

191. 905 

175. 897 

555, 048 

1, 935, 430 

172, 325 

540, 634 

213, 172 

3,731 

472, 347 


Pounds 

9, 279, 351 

15,871 

1, 370, 604 

4, 517, 253 

116,306 

13, 284, 392 

9, 700, 041 

1,647,511 

521, 281 

3,342,411 

410, 457 

768, 889 

246, 341 

266, 845 

28, 742 

1,156,538 

140, 249 

1, 543, 572 
103, 833 
729, 538 

2, 492, 450 


$451, 674 


Czechoslovakia.. 


3,864 


France 


18, 334 


Germany . . 


56,282 


Greece 


28, 707 


Italy 


142,912 


Netherlands . . 


422, 529 


Norwav 


6,898 


United Kingdom . 


111,264 


Canada .. 


424, 060 


Mexico . ... 


93, 735 


Netherland West Indies. - 


41, 068 


Argentina 


26, 602 


Brazil 


40, 877 


British India 


25, 733 


China 


176, 602 


Hong Kong 


121,039 


Japan 


296, 483 


Kwantung 


9,836 


Australia 


83, 630 


Other countries... . 


297, 101 






Total 


19,630,924 


6, 873, 404 


51,682,475 


2, 879, 230 



Appendix 2 



CHANGES IN IMPORT DUTIES SINCE PASSAGE OF TARIFF ACT OF 1930 

[List of articles affected, duty status, and effective date and basis of change] 



Par. 



Article 



Rate changed 



Effective pro- 
claimed duty 



Effective date and 
basis of change 



24 



27 



28(a) 



28(a) 



Acetic acid containing by weight 
more than 65 per centum of acetic 
acid. 

Barbituric acids not specially 
provided for. 

Chloroacetic acid 

Vinyl acetate, polymerized or un- 
polymerized, and synthetic 
resins made in chief value there- 
from, not specially provided for. 

Amyl alcohol, whether primary, 
secondary, or tertiary. 

Salts and compounds of barbituric 
acids, and combinations and 
mixtures of any of the foregoing, 
not specially provided for. 

Synthetic resins made in chief 
value from vinyl acetate, not 
specially provided for. 

Caffeine -- — 

Theobromine 

Trichloroet hylene 



Flavoring extracts, and natural or 
synthetic fruit flavors, fruit 
esters, oils, and essences, all the 
foregoing and their combina- 
tions: 
Containing 20 per centum of 
alcohol or less. 

Containing more than 20 per 
centum and not more than 
50 per centum ot alcohol. 

Containing more than 50 per 
centum of alcohol. 

Naphthalene which after the re- 
moval of all water present has a 
solidifying point of 79° centigrade 
or above. 

Coal-tar products; All colors, dyes, 
or stains, whether soluble or not 
in water, except those provided 
for in^subpar. (b) of par. 28. 



Artificial musk, not mixed and not 
compounded, and not contain- 
ing alcohol, when obtained, de- 
rived, or manufactured in whole 
or in part from any of the prod- 
ucts provided for in par. 27 or 
1651. 



2 cents per pound - 



25 percent ad va- 
lorem. 

5 cents per pound. . 

6 cents per pound 
and 30 percent 
ad valorem. 

6 cents per pound.. 



25 percent ad va- 
lorem. 



4 cents per pound 
and 30 percent 
ad valorem. 

$1.25 per pound 



75 cents per pound. 
30 percent ad va- 
lorem. 



20 cents per pound 
and 25 percent 
ad valorem. 

40 cents per pound 
and 25 percent 
ad valorem. 

80 cents per pound 
and 25 percent 
ad valorem. 

40 percent ad valo- 
rem and 7 cents 
per pound.' 

45 percent ad valo- 
rem and 7 cents 
per pound.' 



.do. 



IH cents per pound. 



25 percent ad va- 
lorem (rate 
bound). 

2\^ cents per pound. 

3 cents per pound 
and 15 percent 
ad valorem. 

4 cents per pound.. 



25 percent ad va- 
lorem (rate 
bound). 

3 cents per pound 
and 15 percent 
ad valorem. 

90 cents per pound 



65 cents per pound 
15 percent ad va- 
lorem. 



15 cents per pound 

and 18 percent 

ad valorem. 
30 cents per pound 

and IS percent 

ad valorem. 
60 cents per pound 

and 18 percent 

ad valorem. 
3.5 cents per pound 

and 20 percent ad 

valorem.' 

40 percent ad valo- 
rem but not less 
than 3}^ cents per 
pound and 22>i 
percent ad valo- 
rem.' 

22}^ percent ad va- 
lorem and 7 cents 
per pound.' 



Jan. 1, 1936; Ca- 
nadian agree- 
ment. 

Feb. 15, 1936; Swiss 
agreement. 

Do. 
Jan. 1, 1936; Ca- 
nadian agr.ee- 
ment. 

Feb. 1, 1936; Neth- 
erlands agree- 
ment. 

Feb. 15, 1936; Swiss 
agreement. 



Jan. 1, 1936; Ca- 
nadian agree- 
ment. 

Feb. 1, 1936; Neth- 
erlands agree- 
ment. 
Do. 

June 15, 1936; 
French agree- 
ment. 



Do. 



May 1, 1935; Bel- 
gian agreement. 

Feb. 1, 1936; Neth- 
erlands agree- 
ment. 

May 1, 1935; Bel- 
gian agreement. 



Feb. 15, 1936; Swiss 
agreement. 



Do. 



• The ad valorem rates are based on American selling price of any similar competitive article manufac- 
tured or produced in the United States. If there is no similar competitive article manufactured or pro- 
duced in the United States then the ad valorem rates are based upon the United States value. 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



89 



CHANGES IN IMPORT DUTIES SINCE PASSAGE OF TARIFF ACT OF 1930 COn. 

[List of articles affected, duty status, and effective date and basis of change] 



Par. 
no. 


Article 


Rate changed 


Effective pro- 
claimed duty 


Effective date and 
basis of change 


28(a) 


Heliotropin, not mixed and not 


45 percent ad valo- 


22}^ percent ad va- 


Feb. 15, 1936; Swiss 




compounded, and not contain- 


rem add 7 cents 


lorem and 3^ 


agreement: 




ing alcohol, when obtained, de- 


per pound. 


cents per pound.' 






rived, or manufactured in whole 










or in part from any of the prod- 










ucts provided for in par. 27 or 
1651. 
Amyl acetate _ 








37 


7 cents per pound.. 


4 cents per pound.. 


Feb. 1, 1936; Neth 








erlands agree* 










ment. 


60 


Perfume materials: All mixtures 


40 cents per pound 


40 cents per pound 


June 15, 1936; 




or combinations containing es- 


and 50 percent ad 


and 30 percent ad 


French agree- 




sential or distilled oils, or natural 


valorem. 


valorem. 


ment. 




or synthetic odoriferous or aro- 










matic substances, not containing 










more than 10 per centum of al- 










cohol. 








60 


Perfume materials, not mixed and 
not compounded, not specially 
provided for, and not containing 
over 10 per centum of alcohol: 










Geraniol 


45 percent ad valo- 


30 percent ad valo- 


Feb. 15, 1936; Swiss 






rem. 


rem. 


agreement. 




HydroxycitronellaL 


do 


22J^i percent ad va- 


Do. 








lorem. 




61 


Perfumery, including cologne and 
other toilet waters, articles of 
perfumery, whether in sachets or 
otherwise, and all preparations 
used as applications to the hair, 
mouth, teeth, or skin, such as 
cosmetics, dentifrices, tooth 
soaps, pastes, theatrical grea.'ie 
paints, pomades, powders, and 
other toilet preparations, all the 
foregoing: 










If containing alcohol 


40 cents per pound 


40 cents per pound 


June 15, 1936; 






and 75 percent ad 


and 37^^ percent 


French agree 






valorem. 


ad valorem. 


ment. 




If not containing alcohol 


75 percent ad va- 
lorem. 


37H percent ad va- 
lorem. 


Do. 


1651 


Dead or creosote oil 


Duty-free status 
bound. 




May 1, 1935; Bel- 








gian agreement. 



' The ad valorem rates are based on American selling price of any similar competitive article manufac- 
tured or produced in the United States. If there is no similar competitive article manufactured or pro- 
duced in the United States the ad valorem rates are based upon the United States value. 



Appendix 3 



DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS OF DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC 
ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1935 



No. 



46 



Name of company 



Office address (location of plant given in parentheses if 
not in same city as office) 



Abbott Laboratories -. 

Alston-Lucas Paint Co 

Althouse Chemical Co 

Amalgamated DyestufE & Chemical 
Works, Inc. 

American Aniline Products, Inc 

American Chemical Products Co 

American Oyanamid Co 



American Maize Products Co.. 
American Tar & Chemical Co. 
Ansbacher-Siegle Corporation,. 



Ansul Chemical Co 

Apex Chemical Co., Inc 

Arnold, Hoffman & Co., Inc. 

Artifex Products Co 

Atlas Powder Co 

Bakelite Corporation.. 

Barrett Co 



Bates Chemical Co., Inc 

Beck, Roller & Co., Inc 

Belle Alkali Co 

Benzol Products Co 

Berkheimer, J. E., Manufacturing Co. 

Bersworth, F. C, Laboratories 

Brooklyn Color Works, Inc 

Brown Co 

Bush, W. J., & Co., Inc 

Cabot, Samuel, Inc 

Caico Chemical Co., Inc 

California Chemical Co 



California Flaxseed Products Co 

California Ink Co., Inc 

Carbide & Carbon Chemicals Corpo- 
ration. 

Carus Chemical Co., Inc 

Catalin Corporation of America 

Celluloid Corporation 

Chemical Manufacturing Co., Inc.. 

Childs Pulp Colors, Inc 

Cincinnati Chemical Works, Inc 



Citro Chemical Co 

Clinton Co . 

Colasta Co., Inc 

Coleman & Bell Co 

Collway Colors, Inc 

Colt's Patent Fire Arms Manufactur- 
ing Co. 
Commercial Solvents Corporation... 



Commonwealth Color & Chemical 

Co. 

Cooks Falls Dye Works, Inc 

Coopers Creek Chemical Co _. 

Crown Tar Works (division of Public 

Service Co. of Colorado). 

Diarsenol Co., Inc 

Dodge & Olcott Co 

Dow Chemical Co 

Dubin, H. E., Laboratories, Inc 

du Pont de Nemours, E. I. & Co 



90 



14th St. and Sheridan Rd., North Chicago, III. 

Wade and Currier Sts., Chicago, 111. 

540 Pear St., Reading, Pa. 

75 Hudson St., New York, N. Y. (Newark, N. J.) 

50 Union Square, New York, N. Y. (Lock Haven, Pa.) 

75 Rockwood St., Rochester, N. Y. 

30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, N. Y. (Warners, N. J., 
Bridgeville, Pa., Bound Brook, N. J.) 

100 E. 42d St., New York, N. Y. (Roby, Ind.) 

5910 Fremont St., Duluth, Minn. 

New York, N. Y. (92 Chestnut Ave., Rosebank, Staten 
Island, N. Y.) 

Foot of Stanton St., Marinette, Wis. 

225 W. 34th St., New York, N. Y. (Elizabethport, N. J. 

55 Canal St., Providence, R. I. (Dighton, Mass.) 

Delaware Ave. and Elm St., Camden, N. J. 

Wilmington, Del. (Stamford, Conn.) 

247 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. (Bound Brook, N. J.) 

40 Rector St., New York, N. Y. (plants throughout United 
States). 

Scottdale Rd., Lansdowne, Pa. 

601 Woodward Heights Blvd., Ferndale, Detroit, Mich. 

Belle, W. Va. 

237 South St., Newark, N. J. (Piscataway, N. J.) 

Kenton Station, Portland, Oreg. 

609 Waverly St., Framingham, Mass. 

129-143 Cherry St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

404 Commercial St., Portland, Maine. (Berlin, N. H.) 

11 E. 38th St., New York, N. Y. (Linden, N. J.) 

141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. (Chelsea, Mass.) 

Bound Brook, N. J. 

220 Bush St., San Francisco, Calif. (Chula Vista and 
Newark, Calif.) 

3135 E. 2Uth St., Los Angeles, Calif. 

545 Sansome St., San Francisco, Calif. (Berkeley, Calif.). 

30 E. 42d St.. New York, N. Y. (South Charleston, W. Va., 
Niagara Falls, N. Y., Whiting, Ind.) 

1377 Eighth St., La Salle, 111. 

1 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. (Fords, N. J.). 

290 Ferry St., Newark, N. J. 

.Ashland. Mass. 

43 Summit St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

P. O. Box 20, Evanston Station, Cincinnati, Ohio (Nor- 
wood and St. Bernard, Ohio). 

Maywood, N. J. 

Clinton, Iowa. 

Mechanic St., Hoosick Falls, N. Y. 

Main and Waverly Aves., Norwood, Ohio. 

15 Market St., Paterson, N. J. 

Huyshope Ave., Hartford, Conn. 

230 Park .-Vve., New York, N. Y. (Terre Haute, Ind. 

Peoria, 111.). 
Nevins, Butler, and Baltic Sts., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Cooks Falls. N. Y. 

River Rd., West Conshohocken, Pa. 

900 15th St., Denver, Colo. 

72 Kingslev St., Buffalo, N. Y. 

ISO Varick St., New York, N. Y. (Bayonne, N. J.). 

Midland, Mich. 

202 E. 44th St., New York, N. Y. 

Wilmington. Del. (Carneys Point, N. J., New Bruns- 
wick, N. ,T., Carrollville, Wis., Belle, W. Va., Niagara 
Falls, N. v., Perth Amboy, N. J., El. Monte, Calif.) 



DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CHEMICALS 



91 



DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS OF DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC 

ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1935 — Continued 



Name of company 



du Pont Viscoloid Co 

Durite Flastirs (division of Stokes & 
Smith Co.). 

Dye Specialties Corporation 

DyestuLfs & Chemicals, Inc -.. 

Eakins, J. S. & W. R., Inc.... _ 

Eastman Kodak Co 

Ed wal Laboratories 

Empire Oil & Refining Co... 

Ethyl Dow Chemical Co 

Federal Color Laboratories, Inc _ 

Federal Laboratories, Inc 

Felton Chemical Co., Inc 

Fiberloid Corporation 

Fine Colors Co 

Florasynth Laboratories, Inc 

Ford Motor Co 

Foster-Heaton Co 

Franco-American Chemical Works.. . 

Fries Bros 

Fries, Geo. O. & Co., Inc 

Qane's Chemical Works, Inc 

Gebauer Chemical Co 

General Aniline Works, Inc 

General Electric Co. 

General Plastics, Inc 

Glidden Co 

Goodrich, B. F. Co. 

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co 

Grasselli Chemical Co 

Great Western Electro-Chemical Co. 

Halowax Corporation 

Hercules Powder Co., Inc 

Heyden Chemical Corporation 

Hoffmann-La Roche, Inc 

Holland Aniline Dye Co 

Hooker Electrochemical Co 

Howard Flint Ink Co 

Huggins, James, & Son 

Hynson, Wescott & Dunning, Inc... 

Imperial Color Works, Inc 

Industrial Dyestufl Co 

Inland Tar Co 

Innis, Speiden & Co 

Jamieson, C. E., & Co. 

Jasco, Inc. 

Jennison-Wright Co 

Joanite Corporation 

Johnson, Charles Eneu, & Co 

Jones-Dabney Co 

Kay-Fries Chemicals, Inc 

Kentucky Color & Chemical Co 

Kessler Chemical Corporation 

Kinetic Chemicals, Inc 

Knoedler, A., Co 

Kohnstamm, M., & Co., Inc 

Koppers Products Co 

Krebs Pigment & Color Corporation. 

LaMotte Chemical Products Co 

Lavanburg, Fred. L., Co 

Lehigh Briquetting Co 

Lilly, Eli, & Co 

Lucidol Corporation. 

Macher, Wm., & Son. 

Magruder Color Co., Inc 

Makalot Corporation 

Mallinckrodt Chemical Works 

Marblette Corporation 

Marietta Dyestuffs Co... 

Marx, Max, Color & Chemical Co 

88446—36—7 



OflSce address (location of plant given in parentheses if 
not in same city as office) 



626 Schuyler Ave, Arlington. N. J. (Leominster, Mass.). 
Summerdale Ave. near Roosevelt Blvd., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bennett St. and Clark Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 

11th and Monroe Sts., St. Louis, Mo. 

55 Berry St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

343 State St., Rochester, N. Y. (Rochester, N. Y., and 

Kingsport. Tenn.). 
732 Federal St , Chicago, 111. 
Bartlesville, Okla. (Tallant, Okla.). 
Wilmington, N. C. 

4633 Forest Ave., Norwood, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
185 41st St., Pittsburgh, Pa (Tunnelton, Pa.). 
599 Johnson Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Indian Orchard, Mass. 
21-29 McBride Ave., Paterson, N. J. 
1513-1533 Olmstead Ave., New York, N. Y. 
3674 Schaefer Rd., Dearborn, Mich. (Iron Mountain, 

Mich.). 
833-839 Magnolia Ave., Elizabeth, N. J. 
342 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (Carlstadt, N. J.). 
92 Reade St., New York, N. Y. (Bloomfield, N. J.). 
68 Beekman St., New York, N. Y. 
43 W. 16th St., New York, N. Y. (Carlstadt, N. J.). 
826 Hanna Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio. 
1150 Broadwv, New York, N. Y. (Rensselaer, N. Y., 

Grasselli, N. J.). 
1 River Rd., Schenectady, N. Y. (Bridgeport and Meriden, 

Conn., Pittsfield and West Lynn, Mass.). 
Walck Rd., North Tonawanda, N. Y. 
Madison Ave. and Berea Rd., Cleveland, Ohio. 
500 S. Main St., Akron, Ohio. 
1144 E. Market St., Akron, Ohio. 

1400 Guardian Bldg., Cleveland, Ohio (Philadelphia, Pa.). 
9 Main St., San Francisco, Calif. (Pittsburg, Calif.). 
247 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. (Bound Brook, N. J.). 
Delaware Trust Bldg., Wilmington, Del. 
60 Union Square, New York, N. Y. (Garfield and Perth 

Amboy, N. J.). 
Nutley, N. J. 

R. F. D. No. 4, Holland, Mich. 

60 E. 42nd St., New York, N. Y. (Niagara Falls, N. Y.). 
2546 Clark Ave., Detroit, Mich. 
239 Medford St., Maiden, Mass. 
1030 N. Charles St., Baltimore, Md. 
Glens Falls, N. Y. (Queensbury, N. Y.). 
Massasoit Ave., East Providence, R. I. 
38 S. Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 
117 Liberty St., New York, N. Y. (Niagara Falls, N. Y., 

Owego, N. Y.). 
1962-1980 Trombly Ave., Detroit, Mich. 
P. O. Bo.K 749, Baton Rouge, La. 
2463 Broadway, Toledo, Ohio. 
1002 44th Drive, Long Island City, N. Y. 
10th St. at Lombard St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
1481 S. 11th St., Louisville, Ky. 
180 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (West Haverstraw, 

N. Y.). 
34th and Bank Sts., Louisville, Ky. 
Chrysler Bldg., New York, N. Y. (Philadelphia, Pa.), 
du Pont Bldg., Wilmington, Del. (Carney's Point, N. J.). 
717 N. Prince St., Lancaster, Pa. 
87 Park Place, New York, N. Y. (Brooklyn, N. Y.). 
Koppers Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa. (Plants throughout the 

United States). 
1007 Market St., Wilmington, Del. (Newark, N. J.). 
McCormick Bldg., Baltimore, Md. 
90 John St., New York, N. Y. (Brooklyn, N. Y.). 
Universal Bldg., Fargo, N. Dak. (Lehigh, N. Dak.). 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
293 Larkin St., Buffalo, N. Y. 
1533 W. Clearfield St., Philadelphia, Pa. 
122 Lynhurst Ave., Rosebank, Staten Island, N. Y. 
262 Washington St., Boston, Mass. (Waltham, Mass.). 
3600 N. Second St., St. Louis, Mo. 
37-21 Thirtieth St., Long Island City, N. Y. 
402 Peoples Bank Bldg., Marietta, Ohio. 
192-194 Coit St., Irvington, N. J. 



92 



UNITED STATES TARIFF COMMISSION 



DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS OF DYES AND OTHER 

ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1935 — Continued 



SYNTHETIC 



No. 



124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 

132 
133 
134 
135 

136 
137 
138 



140 
141 

142 
143 
144 
145 
146 

147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 
159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 



174 

175 

176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 



Name of company 



Office address (location of plant given in parentheses if 
not in same city as office) 



Maschmeijer, A., Jr., Ine 

May, Otto B., Inc 

May wood Chemical Works 

Mepham, George S., Corporation 

Merck & Co., Inc 

Merrimac Chemical Co 

Millergum Co.-- 

Monsanto Chemical Co 

Monsanto Chemical Co. of Alabama- 
Mutual Chemical Co. of America 

National Aniline & Chemical Co., Inc 

Naugatuck Chemical Division of 

United States Rubber Products, Inc. 

Neville Co 

Newport Industries, Inc 

New York Color & Chemical Co. (di- 
vision of American Dyewood Co.). 
New York Quinine & Chemical 
Works, Inc. 

Niacet Chemicals Corporation 

Niagara Smelting Corporation 

Nixon Nitration Works, Inc 

Nord & Schulich, Inc 

Northwestern Chemical Co 

Northwestern Locto Co 

Novocol Chemical Manufacturing 
Co., Inc. 

Ohio Ape.x, Inc 

Ohio Chemicals, Inc 

Oldbury Electro Chemical Co 

Orbis Products C orporation 

Organic Chemicals, Inc.- 

Organic Products, Inc 

Pacific Mills 

Panely te Corporation 

Paramet Chemical Corporation 

Patent Chemicals, Inc 

Peerless Color Co 

Pennsylvania Coal Products Co 

Pfanstiehl Chemical Co 

Pflzer, Chas., & Co., Inc 

Pharma Chemical Corporation 

Philadelphia Gas Works Co 

Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co 

Plaskon Co 

Portland Gas & Coke Co 

Poughkeepsie Dyestufif Corporation. 

Publicker, Inc 

Pylam Products Co., Inc 

Pyridiuni Corporation 

Quaker Oats Co 

Reilly Tar & Chemical Corporation. 

Republic Creosoting Co 

Resinous Products & Chemical Co., 
Inc. 

Resinox Corporation 

Rohm & Haas Co 

Rubber Service Laboratories Co 

Ruberoid Co 

Searle, G. D., & Co 

Seydel Chemical Co 

Sharpies Solvents Corporation 

Sheffeild By-Products Co 

Shell Chemical Co 

Sherwin-Williams Co... ._ 

Simons, Harold L., Inc 

Sinclair & Valentine Co 

Smith, Kline & French Laboratories, 

Solvay Process Co 

Squibb, E. R., & Sons 

Standard Alcohol Co 

Standard Ultramarine Co 



43 W. 16th St., New York, N. Y. (Newark, N. J.). 

198 Niagara St., Newark, N. J. 

100 W. Hunter Ave., Maywood, N. J. 

2001 Lynch Ave., East St. Louis, 111. 

Rahway, N. J..- 

Everett, Mass. 

4427 W. Kinzie St., Chicago, 111. 

1700 S. Second St., St. Louis, Mo, (Monsanto, 111., and St. 

Louis, Mo.). 
Anniston, Ala. 

270 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. (Jersey City, N. J.). 
40 Rector St., New York, N. Y. (Buffalo, N. Y.). 
1790 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (Naugatuck, Conn.). 

Neville Island P. O., Pittsburgh, Pa. 

P. O. Box 1612, Pensacola, Fla. (S. Kearnv, N. J.). 

100 E. 42d St., New York, N. Y. (Belleville, N. J.). 

99 N. 11th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Pine Ave. and 47th St., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

2710 Graybar Bldg., New York, N. Y. (Niagara Falls, 

N. Y.). 
Nixon, N. J. 

Foot of Blanchard St., Newark, N. J. 
1263 N. 70th St., Wauwatosa, Wis. 
Hampden Ave. and Charles St., St. Paul, Minn. 
2923 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. (New York, N. Y.). 

Nitro, W. Va. 

475 Dorchester Rd., Akron, Ohio. 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

215 Pearl St., New York, N. Y. (Newark, N. J.). 

211 E. 19th St., New York, N. Y. 

Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

140 Federal St., Boston, Mass. (Lawrence, Mass.). 
N. Enterprise Ave., Trenton, N. J. 

44th Ave. and 10th St., Long Island City, N. Y. 

57 Wilkinson Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 

521 North Ave., Plainfleld, N. J. 

Petrolia, Pa. 

Waukegan, 111. 

81 Maiden Lane, New York, N. Y. (Brooklyn, N. Y.). 

949 Broadway, New York, N. Y. (Bayonne, N. J.). 

1401 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

235 E. Pittsburgh Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. 

2112 Sylvan Ave., Toledo, Ohio. 

Public Service Bldg., Portland, Oreg. 

77 N. Water St., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

260 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

799 Greenwich St., New York, N. Y. 

Nepera Park, N. Y. 

141 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, 111. (Cedar Rapids, Iowa). 
1615 Merchants Bank Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind. (Plants 

throughout the United States). 

1615 Merchants Bank Bldg., Indianapolis, Ind. (Plants 
throughout the United States.) 

222 W. Washington Square, Philadelphia, Pa. (Brides- 
burg, Philadelphia, Pa.). 

230 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. (Edgewater, N. J.). 

222 W. Washington Square, Philadelphia, Pa. (Bristol, 
Pa.). 

Nitro, W. Va. 

500 5th Ave., New York, N. Y. (Erie, Pa., Joliet, 111.). 

4737 Ravenswood Ave., Chicago, 111. 

86 Forrest St., Jersey City, N. J. 

23d and Westmoreland Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hobart, N. Y. 

100 Bush St., San Franlsco, Calif. (Pittsburg, Calif.). 

101 Prospect Ave. NW., Cleveland Ohio. (Chicago, 111.). 
11-25 44th Rd., Long Island City, N. Y. 

11-21 St. Clair PI., New York. N. Y. 

105 N. 5th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Syracuse, N. Y. (Oeddes, N. Y.). 

745 5th Ave., New York, N. Y. (Brooklyn, N. Y.). 

2 Park Ave., New York, N. Y. (Linden, N J.). 

Huntington, W. Va. 



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DIRECTORY OF MANUFACTURERS OF DYES AND OTHER SYNTHETIC 

ORGANIC CHEMICALS, 1935 — Continued 



No. 


Name of company 


Office address Oocation of plant given in parentheses if 
not in same city as office) 


191 


Stance, Wm. J., Co. . . . . . 


2536-2540 W. Monroe St., Chicago, HI. 


192 


Synthetic Chemicals, Inc 


57 Wilkinson Ave., Jersey Citv, N, J. 


193 
194 


Synthetical Laboratories 

Taylor & Co., Inc - 


5558 Ardmore Ave., Chicago, 111. 

P. O. Bo.x 470, Norristown, Pa (Betzwood, Pa.). 


195 


Taylor Chemical Corporation 


N. Broad St., Phillipsburg, N. J. (Cascade Mills, N. Y., 

Wyandotte, Mich.). 
East Rutherford, N. J. 


196 




197 


Turner <fe Hefler Co 


36 Barry St., Boston, Mass. 


198 
199 
200 
201 


Uhlieh, Paul, & Co., Inc 

United Color & Pigment Co., Inc 

U. S. Industrial Chemical Co 


157 Chambers St., New York, N. Y. (Brooklyn, N. Y.). 

60 E. 42d St., New York, N. Y. (Baltimore, Md.). 
621 5th Ave., New York, N. Y. (Grasselli, N. J.). 


202 




315 4th .\ve., New York, N. Y. (Elizabeth, N. J.). 


203 
204 
205 
206 


Van Brunt Chemical Co., Inc 

Van Dyk & Co., Inc 

Varcum Chemical Corporation 

Verley, Albert, Inc ... 


136 Liberty St., New York, N. Y. (Farmingdale, N. Y.). 
57 Wilkinson Ave., Jersey City, N. J. 
Alundum Rd., Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
11 E. Austin Ave., Chicago, 111. 


207 


Verona Chemical Co 


26 Verona Ave., Newark, N. J. 


208 




141 W. Jackson Blvd., Chicago, 111. (Chicago Heights, 111.). 


209 
210 
211 

212 
213 


Warner Jenkinson Manufacturing Co. 

Watertown Manufacturing Co 

Westvaco Chlorine Products, Inc 

White Tar Co of New Jersey, Inc 

Wilhelm, A., Co 


2526 Baldwin St., St. Louis, Mo. 

Echo Lake Rd.. Watertown, Conn. 

405 Lexington Ave., New York, N. Y. (South Charleston, 

W. Va.). 
1201 Koppers Bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa. (Kearny, N J.). 
Third and Bern Sts., Reading, Pa. 


214 


Wolff Alport Chemical Corporation... 
York Wall Paper Co 


1127 Irving Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
750 Linden Ave., York, Pa. 


216 


Yniiiig Aniline Works, Tnp 


2701-2733 Boston St., Baltimore, Md. 


217 


Zinsser & Co., Inc. 


Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y. 



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