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Stamped envelopes and postal cards. Gold, silver, in such state or condition Stock certificates.
that its value depends primarily upon its Trust receipts.
gold or silver content and not upon its Voting trust certificates.
form. (Sec. 7 (a), as amended by sec. 3,
53 Stat. 1359; 5 U.S.C., Sup., 134f (a)) Warehouse receipts.
[Regs., Aug. 28, 1939; 4 F.R. 3796] Warrants. And other instruments or documents § 262.2 Amendments. The Secretary similar to the foregoing and whether of the Treasury may, at any time, or from complete, incomplete, mutilated, can- time to time, make supplemental or celled, in definitive form or represented amendatory declarations of valuables. by interim documents.
(Sec. 7 (a), as amended by sec. 3, 53 Stat. (c) Precious metals and stones.
1359; 5 U.S.C., Sup., 134f (a)) [Regs., Diamonds and other precious stones. Aug. 28, 1939; 4 F.R. 3796]
(c) Certifi tion of request for pay(g) Authorized officers in the Philip
ment. pine Islands. In addition to the officers
(3) United States officials. Judges, designated elsewhere in this section, the clerks, and deputy clerks of United States United States High Commissioner, his courts, including United States courts for Administrative Assistant, and the Chief the organized Territories, insular possesClerk in his office, under the High Com- sions, and the Canal Zone; United States missioner's seal; Provincial and Munici-toms and their deputies; United States
attorneys; United States collectors of cuspal Treasurers, and City Treasurers in collectors of internal revenue and their Manila and Baguio, under their respec- deputies; commanding officers of the tive seals; Philippine postmasters under United States Army, Navy, Marine Corps, the stamp of their office; and, in Manila, and Coast Guard, but only for members Post Office inspectors assigned in Manila, in charge of any home, hospital, or other
of their respective commands; the officer under the seal of the Bureau of Posts: facility of the Veterans' Administration, Provided, however, That the requests for but only for patients and members of payment witnessed and certified to by
such facilities. [As amended Sept. 14, these officials shall be supported by the 1939, effective Sept. 15, 1939; 4 F.R. 3993]
(4) Officers authorized in particular fingerprints of the veterans in the place
localities. provided therefor on the back of the
(iv) Commonwealth of the Philipbonds, and that the bonds be then for- pines: the United States High Commiswarded to the Treasury of the Philippine sioner, his Administrative Assistant, and Islands or to the Treasurer of the United the Chief Clerk in his office; Treasurer of States for payment. (R.S. 161, sec. 8 (d), the Commonwealth and the city treas50 Stat. 482, sec. 4, 49 Stat. 1101, sec. 2, urers of Manila and Baguio; judges and 49 Stat. 1396, 49 Stat. 1982, 50 Stat. 641; tures and official positions are certified
clerks of courts of record whose signa5 U.S.C. 22, 31 U.S.C., Sup., 738a, 38 by the Secretary of Justice; (As U.S.C., Sup., 686c) [As amended by amended Sept. 14, 1939, effective Sept. Amdt. 2, Sept. 5, 1939, effective Sept. 15, 15. 1939; 4 F.R. 39931 1939; 4 F.R. 3883]
CHAPTER IV-SECRET SERVICE
DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
PART 401–SEIZURE AND FORFEI- Such placing in custody shall be effected
TURE OF VESSELS, VEHICLES AND by immediate notification of the approAIRCRAFT USED TO TRANSPORT priate collector of customs of the seizure, COUNTERFEIT COINS, OBLIGA- together with a statement of the facts
including a description of the vessel, veTIONS, SECURITIES, AND PARA
hicle, or aircraft, and the holding by the PHERNALIA
seizing officer of such vessel, vehicle,
aircraft subject to the instructions of Sec. 401.1 Authority for regulations.
the said collector of customs.* † 401.2 Secret Service Agents authorized to
§ 401.4 Authority of collectors of cusmake seizures. 401.3 Custody.
toms to hold in custody. Collectors of 401.4 Authority of collectors of customs to customs are hereby authorized and hold in custody.
designated to hold in custody awaiting 401,5 Duties of Bureau of Customs. 401.6 Disposition.
appropriate disposition vessels, vehicles, CROSS REFERENCE: For regulations of the and aircraft seized pursuant to the said Bureau of Customs, see 19 CFR Chapter I. Act of August 9, 1939, and the regulations
$ 401.1 Authority for regulations. The in this part.* † regulations in this part are issued under $ 401.5 Duties of Bureau of Customs. the Act of August 9, 1939 (53 Stat. 1291; with respect to every vessel, vehicle, and 49 U.S.C., Sup., 781–788.) *1
aircraft seized and placed in the custody *$$ 401.1 to 401.6, inclusive, issued under of a collector of customs pursuant to the authority contained in sec. 8, 53 Stat. | the said Act of August 9, 1939, and the 1293; 49 U.S.C., Sup., 788,
regulations in this part, the appropriate The source of $$ 401.1 to 401.6, inclusive, officials of the Bureau of Customs are is Regulations relating to the seizure and hereby authorized and designated as the forfeiture of vessels, vehicles and aircraft used officers who shall perform such administo transport counterfeit coins, obligations, securities and paraphernalia, Secretary of the trative duties in connection with: Treasury, Sept. 12, 1939; 4 F.R. 3945.
(a) the summary and judicial forfei$ 401.2 Secret Service Agents author- ture and condemnation of such vessel, ized to make seizures. All officers of the vehicle, or aircraft; United States Secret Service engaged in (b) the disposition of such vessel, vethe enforcement of counterfeiting laws hicle, or aircraft or the proceeds from are hereby authorized and designated to the sale thereof; seize such vessels, vehicles, and aircraft
(c) the remission or mitigation of the as may be subject to seizure because of forfeiture of such vessel, vehicle, or airviolations of the said Act of August 9, craft; and 1939, pertaining to contraband articles referred to in section 1 (b) (3) of said award of compensation to informers in
(d) the compromise of claims and the Act.*
respect to such vessel, vehicle, or air$ 401.3 Custody. Each vessel, vehi- craft; cle, or aircraft seized pursuant to the as may be necessary and proper by virsaid Act of August 9, 1939 and the regu- tue of the provisions of said Act of Aulations in this part shall forthwith be gust 9, 1939, and by virtue of the proviplaced by the seizing officer in the custody sions of the customs laws which the said of the collector of customs for the customs Act makes applicable in connection with district in which such seizure is made. seizures and forfeitures incurred or alleged to have been incurred under the $ 401.6 Disposition. With respect to said Act and the regulations in this part. each vessel, vehicle, and aircraft seized In the performance of said administrative pursuant to the said Act of August 9, duties the said appropriate officials of the 1939, and the regulations in this part, the Bureau of Customs shall be governed by Chief of the Secret Service shall promptly the procedures established by the cus- notify the Director of the Procurement
Division and the Commissioner of Customs regulations, in so far as such pro-toms whether the Secret Service Division cedures are applicable and not incon- desires to have such vessel, vehicle, or airsistent with the provisions of the said craft for its official use. When forAct of August 9, 1939, and the regulations feiture of any vessel, vehicle, or aircraft in this part. Powers of the character of has been perfected otherwise than by those exercised by the Secretary of the court decree, the collector of customs Treasury and the Commissioner of Cus- holding in custody such vessel, vehicle, toms in connection with the remission or or aircraft shall: (a) either return the mitigation of forfeitures under the cus- same to the Secret Service Division, if toms laws and in connection with the the Chief of the Secret Service has recompromise of claims and the award of quested it for the official use of the compensation to informers under the Secret Service Division, (b) or, if the customs laws shall be exercised by the Secret Service Division does not desire Secretary of the Treasury in connection such vessel, vehicle, or aircraft for its with the remission or mitigation of for- official use, hold such vessel, vehicle, or feitures under the said Act of August 9, aircraft subject to the instructions of 1939, and in connection with the com- the Director of the Procurement Divipromise of claims and the award of sion. (See Title III of the Act of Aucompensation to informers under the gust 27, 1935, 49 Stat. 879; 40 U.S.C.. said Act.* f
Sup., 3045-304m.) **
TITLE 32-NATIONAL DEFENSE
CHAPTER 1-NATIONAL MUNITIONS CONTROL BOARD
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
PART 1-INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC Sec.
1.32 “Propellant powders”, “potassium ni
trate powders”, "sodium nitrate pow
ders". GENERAL REGULATIONS AND SPECIAL PROVISIONS 1.33 Aircraft flown or shipped from the
United States for a temporary sojourn
1.34 Customs clearance. 1.1 Application for registration.
1.35 Records of manufacture, export, and 1.2 Registration fee.
import. 1.3 Certificate of registration.
1.36 Title I of the Espionage Act. 1.4 Notification of changes.
1.37 Articles involving military secrets. 1.5 Manufacturers, exporters, and importers 1.38 Articles contracted for by the War Deof aircraft wheels and propeller
partment or the Navy Department. blades.
1.39 Prospective exporters of arms, etc., to 1.6 Forgings, castings, and machined
communicate with the Secretary of bodies.
State in advance of shipment. 1.7 Club propellers, cut away models of 1.40 Export of arms to China, Cuba, Honaircraft engines, and mock-ups.
duras, and Nicaragua. 1.8 Production for experimental or scien- 1.41 Responsibility for notification. tific purposes.
1.42 Export licenses for shipment of arms to 1.9 Persons who may make or receive oc
Cuba. casional shipments.
1.43 Exportation authorized only upon de1.10 National Firearms Act, June 26, 1934;
sire of Cuban Government. Federal Firearms Act, June 30, 1938.
1.44 Export licenses not issued. 1.11 Applications for licenses.
1.45 Exporter to present convincing evidence 1.12 Import licenses.
of destination. 1.13 Export licenses. 1.14 Licenses not transferable.
PROCLAMATION 2237 1.15 Alterations. 1.16 Revoked licenses.
1.49 Enumeration of articles to be consid1.17 Country of ultimate destination. 1.18 Shipper's export declaration.
ered arms, ammunition, and imple1.19 Type and model designation.
ments of war. 1.20 Presentation of licenses to collector of customs.
GENERAL REGULATIONS AND SPECIAL 121 Export license material to be packed
PROVISIONS separately. 1.22 Parcel post. 1.23 Articles in transit through the terri
$ 1.1 Application for registration. All pertory of the United States.
sons engaged in the business of manufactur1.24 Application for export or import li-ing, exporting, or importing any of the arms,
censes on behalf of persons who are ammunition, or implements of war enumernot required to register.
ated in $ 1.49, shall register with the Secretary 1.25 Arms more than 100 years old.
of State by duly filling out and transmitting 1.26 Arms for the individual use of the per- to the Secretary of State an application for son to whom consigned.
registration in the form printed below. The 1.27 Arms intended exclusively for sporting articles manufactured, exported, or imported or scientific purposes.
shall be listed on the application for registra1.28 The Government of the United States tion under the same categories and in pre
and its agencies are not "persons”. cisely the same terms in which they are listed 1.29 Arms returned to the United States in § 1.49. Applications for registration must worn or damaged.
be signed and sworn to in the presence of a 1.30 Licenses required for the export or im- notary public before they are transmitted to
port of aircraft wheels and propeller | the Secretary of State.**** (Part III, (1) ] blades.
**$$ 1.1 to 1.45, inclusive, issued under the 1.31 License required for export of articles authority contained in sec. 5a, 50 Stat. 124; intended for war purposes.
22 U.S.C., Sup. III, 245b.