Citizen Redress Under the Fuel Allocation Program: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Representation of Citizen Interests of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Ninety-third Congress, Second Session ... January 21 and 22, 1974
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Representation of Citizen Interests
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1974 - 118 pages
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100 percent Administrator agencies agriculture ARNTZ black market California California fishing CARSTEN cents a gallon committee complaints CONGRESS THE LIBRARY Constituent cost County current requirements dealer December diesel fuel distributor district end users enforcement farm farmers Federal Energy Office FELANDO fishing industry fuel allocation program fuel needs gasoline going Government growers hearing Imperial County increase Internal Revenue Service investigation January January 15 LIBRARY OF CONGRES LIBRARY OF CONGRESS mandatory fuel allocation MATTHEWS McGHAN middle distillate month normal business practice oil companies operate Petroleum Allocation petroleum products Phillips Phillips 66 ports price gouging problems purchase received refinery regional office representatives request San Diego San Francisco SEABOLT Seiners Senator TUNNEY SHORT shortage stringent credit supplier supply tanks Texaco tion told tuna vessel U.S. attorney U.S. attorney's office U.S. SENATE understand violation Washington WILLIAM ARNTZ Yellowfin Tuna
Page 36 - ... require suppliers to sell to purchasers who do not arrange proper credit or payments for products. However, no supplier may require or impose more stringent credit terms or payment schedules on purchasers than the normal business practice of the supplier for that class of purchaser (eg COD purchasers) during the base period, nor may any supplier modify any other normal business practice so as to result in circumvention of any provision of this chapter.
Page 102 - Suits for damages or other relief (a) Any person suffering legal wrong because of any act or practice arising out of this title, or any order or regulation issued pursuant thereto, may bring an action in a district court of the United States, without regard to the amount in controversy, for appropriate relief, including an action for a declaratory judgment, writ of injunction (subject to the limitations...
Page 27 - Part 212 of this chapter. . . . [N]o supplier may require or impose more stringent credit terms or payment schedules on purchasers than those in effect for that class of purchaser during the base period (for seasonal credit), or on May 15, 1973 (for other credit terms).
Page 32 - Thereupon a short recess was taken, after which the following proceedings were had:) Senator STANFIELD.
Page 59 - Administrator the authority vested in the President by Section 203 (a) (3) of the Economic Stabilization Act of 1970, as amended.
Page 10 - Manager at, this non-profit cooperative association incorporated under the laws of California, with its principal office of business in San Diego, California. The ATA has been in existence for over 40 years. Its membership is comprised exclusively of tuna fishing vessel owners. The vessels I represent caught and unloaded over 60 percent of all the tropical tunas landed in the United States by vessels operating from the United States. Our members also unload...
Page 75 - Hon. JOHN V. TUNNEY, US Senate, Washington, DO DEAR SENATOR TUNNEY : Thank you for your letter of January 25, 1974.
Page 17 - Tuna has been reduced from about 10 months to less than 3 months, as revealed by the following : Regulation year: Closure date 1966 Sept.