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PUBLICATIONS OF THE DIVISION OF FOREIGN MARKETS.

BULLETINS.

[To be procured, at the prices indicated, from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C.]

No. 1.-Great Britain and Ireland. 1895. Price (including supplement), 10 cents.

No. 2.-The German Empire. 1895. Price, 5 cents.

No. 3.-France. 1895. Price, 5 cents.

No. 4.-Canada. 1895. Price, 5 cents.

No. 5.-Netherlands. 1895. Price, 5 cents.

No. 6.-Belgium. 1895. Price, 5 cents.

No. 7.-Norway. 1898. Price, 5 cents.

No. 8.-Sweden. 1898. Price, 5 cents.

No. 9.-Trade of Denmark. 1900. Price, 5 cents.

No. 10. Our Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products, 1893-1897. Price 5 cents.

No. 11. Spain's Foreign Trade. 1898. Price, 5 cents.

No. 12.-Our Trade with Spain, 1888-1897. Price, 5 cents.

No. 13.-Trade of Puerto Rico. 1898. Price, 5 cents.

No. 14.-Trade of the Philippine Islands. 1898. Price, 10 cents.

No. 15.-Our Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products, 1894-1898. Price, 5 cents.

No. 16.-Distribution of the Agricultural Exports of the United States, 1894-1898. Price, 10 cents.

No. 17. Sources of the Agricultural Imports of the United States, 1894-1898. Price, 10 cents.

No. 18. Our Trade with Japan, China, and Hongkong, 1889-1899. Price, 10 cents.

No. 19. Our Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products, 1890-1899. Price, 5 cents.

No. 20.-Agricultural Exports of the United States, by Countries, 1895-1899. Price, 10 cents.
No. 21.-Agricultural Imports of the United States, by Countries, 1895-1899. Price, 5 cents.
No. 22. Our Trade with Scandinavia, 1890-1900. Price, 10 cents.

No. 23.

Our Foreign Trade in Agricultural Products, 1891-1900. Price, 5 cents.

No. 24. Sources of the Agricultura! Imports of the United States, 1896-1900. Price, 10 cents.
No. 25. Distribution of the Agricultural Exports of the United States, 1896-1900. Price, 10 cents.
No. 26.-Agricultural Imports of the United Kingdom, 1896-1900. Price, 15 cents.

No. 27. Our Foreigh Trade in Agricultural Products, 1892-1901. Price, 5 cents.

No. 28. Sources of the Agricultural Imports of the United States, 1897-1901. Price, 10 cents.

No. 29.-Distribution of the Agricultural Exports of the United States, 1897-1901. Price, 10 cents.
No. 30.-Agricultural Imports of Germany, 1897-1901. Price, 20 cents.

No. 31.-Sources of the Agricultural Imports of the United States, 1898-1902. Price, 10 cents.
No. 32.-Distribution of the Agricultural Exports of the United States, 1898-1902. Price, 15 cents.
No. 33.-Foreign Trade of the United States in Forest Products, 1902. Price, 5 cents.

No. 34.-Agricultural Exports of the United States, 1851-1902. Price, 10 cents.

No. 35.-Foreign Import Tariffs on Meat and Meat Products, 1903. Price, 5 cents.

No. 36.-Foreign Import Tariffs on Fruits and Nuts, 1903. Price, 5 cents.

No. 37.-Foreign Import Tariffs on Grain and Grain Products, 1903. Price, 5 cents.

On July 1, 1903, the Division of Foreign Markets was transferred to the Bureau of Statistics; since that date the following publications, prepared by the Division of Foreign Markets, have appeared in the series of the Bureau of Statistics:

No. 27.-Wheat Production and Farm Life in Argentina. 1904. Price, 10 cents.

No. 29. Methods and Routes for Exporting Farm Products. 1904. Price, 5 cents.

No. 30.-International Sugar Situation. 1904. Price, 10 cents.

No. 31.-Imports of Farm and Forest Products, 1901-1903. Price, 5 cents.

No. 32. Exports of Farm and Forest Products, 1901-1903. Price, 5 cents.

No. 33.-Trade with Noncontiguous Poss'ns in Farm and Forest Products, 1901-1903. Price, 5 cents. No. 35.-Imports of Farm and Forest Products, 1902-1904. Price, 5 cents.

No. 36.-Exports of Farm and Forest Products, 1902-1904. Price, 10 cents.

No. 37.-Trade with Noncontiguous Poss'ns in Farm and Forest Products, 1902-1904. Price, 5 cents. No. 38.-Crop Export Movement and Port Facilities on Atlantic and Gulf Coasts. 1905. Price, 5 cents. No. 39.-Meat in Foreign Markets, Tariffs of Fourteen Importing Nations, and Countries of Surplus. 1905. Price, 5 cents.

No. 40.-Meat Animals and Packing-house Products Imported into Eleven Principal Countries, 18951904. Price, 5 cents.

No. 41.-Norway, Sweden, and Russia as Markets for Packing-house Products, 1905. Price, 5 cents. No. 42.-Russia's Wheat Surplus. 1906. Price, 10 cents.

No. 45.-Imports of Farm and Forest Products, 1903-1905. Price, 5 cents.

No. 46.-Exports of Farm and Forest Products, 1903-1905. Price, 10 cents.

No. 47.-Trade with Noncontiguous Poss'ns in Farm and Forest Products, 1903-1905. Price, 5 cents.

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Property of the United States Government.

U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

BUREAU OF STATISTICS-BULLETIN NO. 45.

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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL.

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,

BUREAU OF STATISTICS, Washington, D. C., June 16, 1906.

SIR: I have the honor to transmit herewith a compilation of statistics of the imports of farm and forest products for the year ending June 30, 1905, with those for two previous years given for comparison. The data have been derived from the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Commerce and Labor, the work having been done by the Division of Foreign Markets, under the direction of its chief, George K. Holmes.

This report is intended as a continuation of a series of bulletins on the same subject designed for the use of this Department and to meet the demands of a large number of correspondents, since they contain an arrangement of the statistics and a determination of totals, with various comparisons, that are not presented in any other publication. It is respectfully recommended that this report be published as Bulletin No. 45 of this Bureau.

Very respectfully,

Hon. JAMES WILSON,

VICTOR H. OLMSTED,
Chief of Bureau.

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Secretary of Agriculture.

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