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Página 20 - may be secured from the Division of Foreign Tariffs of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. A small amount of paper and board is imported directly from foreign manufacturers by printing establishments. Most of the importations, however, are made through the general importing
Página 10 - being bounded on the north by the Caribbean Sea, on the east by British Guiana, and on the south by Brazil.
Página 12 - Of the comparatively few complaints made against American staves, the principal one is said to be for sap damage, caused by the staves having been stored for so long a time before shipment that the sapwood has become porous. Generally speaking, American exporters know what this market requires and are careful to supply it.
Página 8 - in regard to the duties levied on the various classes of paper can be obtained from the Division of Foreign Tariffs of the Bureau of Foreign and Domestic
Página 12 - can be profitable is by restricting it to a firm order basis. IMPORTERS In addition to the regular importers who supply the coopers with their requirements, some of the larger consumers, who operate their own cooperage plants because of their size and importance, are recognized as importers in the trade and buy on importers
Página 14 - sterling per mille of 1,200 pieces, as of full-size pipe, or per " shoeck" of 60 pieces, computed according to a standard base table known as *' The Memel reduction table," using the full-size pipe, 66 to 73 inches, 3 by 6 inches as a base. The following are the standard dimensions of " Memel
Página 2 - Where no adequate machinery exists for the settlement of differences between parties and sections of the industry, such differences as can not be settled within an individual factory or workshop shall be referred to the district council, and, failing a settlement by the district council, such differences
Página 18 - inches diameter by •% inch thick, rushed. beveled, and dowled. The grading rules of the Associated Cooperage Industries of America apply to both staves and heading. FLOUR MILLING A fair quantity of American slack gum shocks are used by the British milling industry to make export containers for flour. The staves are
Página 10 - of Commerce. Lowell, Mass.: Chamber of Commerce. Milwaukee, Wis.: Association of Commerce. •Newark, NJ: Chamber of Commerce. Norfolk, Va.: Hampton Roads Maritime Exchange. Orange, Tex.: Chamber of Commerce. Pensacola, Fla.: Chamber of Commerce. Pittsburgh, Pa.: Chamber of Commerce.