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Chapter 3.-COLLECTION AND PUBLICATION OF
SUBCHAPTER 1-COTTON Sec. 41. Collection and publication. 42. Contents of reports; number of bales of linter; distribution; publication by
Department of Agriculture. 13. Records and reports of cotton ginners. 44. Fuluiou curton statistics. 43. Simultaneous publication of cotton reports.
SUBCHAPTER II-OILSEEDS, SUTS. AXD KERNELS; FATS, OILS, AND
61. Collection and publication. 82. Additiocal statistics. 63. Duplicate collection of statistics prohibited ; access to a railable statistics.
SUBCHAPTER III-APPAREL AND TEXTILES 81. Statistics on apparel and textile industries
SUBCHAPTER IV-QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATISTICS
91. Collection and publication.
SUBCHAPTER V-MISCELLANEOUS 101 Tirtective, dependent, and delinquent classes ; crime 102. Roligion. 103. Desiguaiou oi reports.
$ 41. Collection and publication The Secretary shall collect and publish statistics concerning the
(1) amount of cotton ginned;
(2) quantity of law cotton consumed in manufacturing estab! shraents ur every character;
(3) quantity of baled cottin on hand;
(6) quantity of cotton imported and exported, with the country
of origin and destination. (Aug. 31, 1934, ch. 1158, 68 Stat. 1016.) $ 42. Contents of reports; number of bales of linter; distribution;
publication by Department of Agriculture (a) The statistics of the quantity of cotton ginned shall show the quantity ginned from each crop prior to August 1, September 1, September 15, October 1, October 15, November 1, November 15, December 1, December 15, January 1, January 15, February 1, and March 1; but the Secretary may limit the canvasses of August i and September 1 to those sections of the cotton grouring States in which cotton has been ginned.
(b) The quantity of cotton consumed in manufacturing establishments, the quantity of baled cotton on hand, the number of active consuming cotton spindles, the number of active spindle-hours, and the statistics of cotton imported and exported shall relate to each month, and shall be published as soon as possible after the close of the month.
(c) In collecting and publishing statistics of cotton on hand in marehouses and other storage establishments, and of cotton known as the "carry-over" in the United States, the Secretary shall ascertain and publish as a separate item in the report of cotton statistics the number of bales of linters as distinguished from the number of bales of cotton.
() The Secretary shall furnish to the Department of Agriculture, immediately prior to the publication of each report of that Depart. ment regarding the cotton crop, the latest available statistics hereinbefore mentioned, and the Department of Agriculture shall publish the same in connection with each of its reports concerning cotton. (Aug. 31, 1934, ch. 1158, 68 Stat. 1016, amended Pub. L. 92-331, § 4, June 30, 1972, 86 Stat. 401.) $ 43. Records and reports of cotton ginners
Every cotton ginner shall keep a record of the county or parish in which each bale of cotton ginned by him is grown and report at the completion of the ginning season. but not later than the March canvass, of each year a segregation of the total number of bales ginned by counties or parishes in which grown. (lug. 31, 1954, ch. 1158, 68 Stat. 1016, amended Pub. L. 92-1+3, $ 1, Oct. 15, 1971, 85 Stat. 393.) § 44. Foreign cotton statistics
In addition to the information regarding cotton in the United States provided for in this subchapter, the Secretary shall compile, by correspondence or the use of published reports and documents, any availavle information concerning the production, consumption, and stocks of cotton in foreign countries, and the number of cotton-consuming spindles in such countries. Each report published by the Department of Commerce or agency or burean thereof regarding cotton shall contain an abstract of the latest available information obtained under the provisions of this section, and the Secretary shall furnish the same to the Department of Agriculture for publication in connection with the reports of that department concerning.cotton in the same manner as in the case of statistics relating to the United States. (Aug. 31, 1954, ch. 1158.68 Stat. 1016.) g 15. Simultaneous publication of cotton reports
The reports of cotton ginned to the dates as of which the Department of Agriculture is also required to issue cotton crop reports shall be issueci simultaneously with the cotton crop reports of that department, the two reports to be issued from the same place at 3 o'clock postmeridian on or before the 12th day of the month to which the respective reports relate. (Aug. 31, 1954, ch. 1158, 68 Stat. 1017, amended Pub. L. 92-331, 33, Jwie 30, 1972, 86 Stat. 400.)
SUBCHAPTER II-OILSEEDS, JUTS, AND KERNELS;
FATS, OILS, AND GREASES $ 61. Collection and publication
(a) The Secretary shall collect, collate, and publish monthly statistics concerning
(1) the quantities of (a) The Secretary shall collect, collate, and publish monthly statistics concerning
copra, sesame seed, babassu nuts and kernels, and other oil. seeds, nuts, and kernels received, crushed, and on hand at oil mills:
(B) cride and refined oils, cakes, and meals, and other primary proclucts, br type or kind, of the seeds, nuts, and kernels referred to in clause (1) of this paragraph, manufactured, shipped out, and on hand at oil mills and processing establishments;
(C) crude and refined vegetable oils, by type or kind, used by class of product and held by manufacturers of vegetable shortening, margarine, soap, and other principal products using large quantities of vegetable oils;
(D) crude and refined vegetable oils, by type or kind, held in warehouses and in transit to consuming establishments;
(1) animal fats and oils and greases produced;
(B) animal fats and oils and greases shipped and held by producers:
(C) animal fats and oils and greases, fish and marine mammal oils used by class of product and held by manufacturers of shortening, margarine, soap, and other principal products which require the use of large quantities of animal fats and oils and greases, fish and marine mammal oils;
(1) animal fats and oils and greases, fish and marine mammal oils held in warehouses, cold storage, and in transit
to consuming establishments. (b) The Secretary shall not be required to collect, more frequently than he cleems necessary to provide reliable statistical reports. information from any person who produces, holds, or consumes tats and oils in inconsequential quantities. (Aug. 31, 1934, ch. 1158, 68 Stat. 1017.) $ 62. Additional statistics
This subchapter does not restrict or limit the Secretary in the collection and publication, under the general authority of the Secretary, of such statistics on fats and oils or products thereof not specifically required in this subchapter, as he deems to be in the public interest. (lug. 31, 1954, ch. 1158, 68 Stat. 1018.)
8 63. Duplicate collection of statistics prohibited; access to avail.
able statistics Statistics required under Federal law, as of the effective date of this title, to be collected by any other Federal department or agency in a manner comparable both as to form and period of time to the collection of statistics provided for by this subchapter shall not be collected by the Secretary under the authority of this subchapter. Immediately upon his request, the Secretary shall have access to any such statistics and shall include them in the publication required by this subchapter. (Aug. 31, 1954, ch. 1158, 68 Stat. 1018.)
SUBCHAPTER M-APPAREL AND TEXTILES
8 81. Statistics on apparel and textile industries
The Secretary shall collect and publish quarterly statistics relating to domestic apparel and textile industries. (Pub. L. 99-467, Oct. 14, 1986, 100 Stat. 1192.)
SUBCHAPTER IV QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATISTICS 8 91. Collection and publication
(a) The Secretary sball collect and publish quarterly financial statistics of busincas operations, organization, practices, manage ment, and relation to other businesses, including data on mala expenses, profits, assets, liabilities, stockholders' equity, and related accounts generally used by businesses in income statemente, balance sheets, and other measures of financial condition.
(6) Except to the extent determined otherwise by the Secretary on the basis of changed circumstances, the nature of statistia collected and published under this section, and the manner of the collection and publication of such statistics, shall conform to the quarterly financial reporting program carried out by the Federal Trade Commission before the effective date of this section under section 6(b) of the Federal Trade Commission Act.
(c) For purposes of section 61036jX(1) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, the conducting of the quarterly financial report program under this action shall be considered as the conducting of a related statistical activity authorized by law. (Added, Pub. L. 97-454, § 1(a) (2), Jan. 12, 1983, 93 Stat. 2494.)
: SUBCHAPTER V-MISCELLANEOUS
§ 101. Defective, dependent, and deiingrent classes, crime (a) The Secretary inay collect decennially statistics relating
(1) to the defective, dependent, and delinquent classes; and
(2) to crime, including judicial statistics pertaining thereto. (b) The statistics authorized by subsection (a) of this section shall include information upon the following questions, namely: age, ses, color, nativity, parentage, literacy by race, color, nativity, and parentage, and such other questions relating to such subjects as the Secretary deems proper.
(c) In addition to the decennia: collections authorized by subsections (a) and (b) of this section, the Secretary may compile and publish annually statistics relating to crime and to the defective, dependent, and delinquent classes. (Aug. 31, 1954, ch. 1158, 68 Stat. 1018.) $ 102. Religion
The Secretary may collect decennially statistics relating to religious hodies. (Aug. 31, 1954, ch. 1158, 68 Stat. 1018.) 103. Designation of reports
All reports covering any of the statistics collected under the provisions of this subchapter shall be designated as "Special Reports” followed by the name of whatever bureau or agency of the Department of Commerce is designated by the Secretary to collect and compile such statistics. (Aug. 31, 1954, ch. 1158, 68 Stat. 1018.)