The Trade and Administration of China

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THE TRADE AND ADMINISTRATION OF CHINA

By

HOSEA BALLOU MORSE

SOMETIME COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS

AND STATISTICAL SECRETARY, INSPECTORATE GENERAL OF CUSTOMS

AUTHOR OF "THE GILDS OF CHINA"

"THE INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OF THE CHINESE EMPIRE" ETC.



WITH ILLUSTRATIONS, MAP AND DIAGRAMS

REVISED EDITION

KELLY AND WALSH, LIMITED

SHANGHAI, HONGKONG, SINGAPORE & YOKOHAMA

1913

[Right of translation reserved]

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Dedication v
  • Preface vii
  • Preface to Second Edition viii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xi
  • Note xiii
  • Chapter I- Sketch of Chinese History 1
  • Chapter II- The Government--Imperial China 32
  • Chapter III- The Government--Republican China 67
  • Chapter IV- Revenue and Expenditure 76
  • Chapter V- The Currency 117
  • Chapter VI- Weights and Measures 171
  • Chapter VII- Extraterritoriality 176
  • Chapter VIII- The Provinces and the Treaty Ports 206
  • Chapter IX- Foreign Trade 277
  • Chapter X- Internal Trade 310
  • Chapter XI- Opium 332
  • Chapter XII- The Inspectorate of Customs 366
  • Chapter XIII- The Post Office 392
  • Appendix Foreign Debt of China Outstanding December 31st, 1911. (exchange at 3s. per Tael.) 411
  • Appendix B 412
  • Appendix C 430
  • Appendix D 432
  • Appendix E 442
  • Appendix F- Regulations Prohibiting Opium Smoking 448
  • Index 455
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