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the period April 1, 1944 to June 30, 1944, inclusive; the name and address of each equipped retail dealer in the limitation area with regard to whom a report is required; the total tonnage of coke shipped to each such equipped retail dealer during the period April 1, 1943 to March 31, 1944, inclusive; the total tonnages shipped to each such equipped retail dealer during the period April 1, 1944 to June 30, 1944, inclusive; an estimate of the total tonnage of retail sales and the total tonnage expected to be shipped to each such equipped retail dealer in each calendar quarter during the period July 1, 1944 to March 31, 1945, inclusive.
(c) If, in any calendar quarter beginning July 1, 1944, retail sales exceed by 100 tons or more the amount estimated to be sold as indicated on the report required by paragraph (a) of this section; or, if actual shipments made to a particular equipped retail dealer exceed by 100 tons or more the amount estimated to be shipped to such dealer as indicated on the report required by paragraph (a) of this section, then the producer or wholesaler making such sales or such shipments shall file an amended report on or before October 20, 1944, showing separately retail sales and such shipments made during the calendar quarter prior to October 1, 1944; and on or before January 20, 1945, showing separately retail sales and such shipments made during the calendar quarter October 1, 1944 to December 31, 1944, inclusive; and on or before April 20, 1945, showing separately retail sales and such shipments made during the calendar quarter January 1, to March 31, 1945, inclusive.
Records. Each person to
whom any portion of §§ 602.590 to 602.595, inclusive, applies shall keep and preserve for a period of two years, accurate and complete records of all of the details of deliveries or shipments of coke required to be reported by §§ 602.590 to 602.595, inclusive.
§ 602.593 Audit and inspection. All records required to be kept by §§ 602.590 to 602.595, inclusive, shall, upon request, be submitted for inspection, copy and audit by any duly authorized representative of SFAW.
§ 602.594 Approval of the Bureau of the Budget. The reporting requirements of §§ 602.590 to 602.595, inclusive, have been approved by the Bureau of the Budget pursuant to the Federal Reports Act of 1942 and regulations issued thereunder.
§ 602.595 Violations. Any person who violates any provision of §§ 602.590 to 602.595, inclusive, or who, by any statement or omission, wilfully falsifies any records which he is required to keep, or who otherwise wilfully furnishes false or misleading information to the Solid Fuels Administration for War, may be prohibited from delivering and receiving any material under priority control, or SFAW may take any appropriate action, including the making of a recommendation for prosecution under section 35 (A) of the Criminal Code (18 U.S.C., sec. 80 (any person found guilty of violating the statute may be fined not more than $10,000 or imprisoned for not more than ten years or both)); or under the Second War Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 633 (any person found guilty of violating the statute may be fined not more than $10,000 or imprisoned for not more than ten years or both)).
CHAPTER VIII-COAL MINES ADMINISTRATION
NOTE: The Coal Mines Administration was liquidated and the records and functions of that agency were transferred to the Solid Fuels Administration for War, by Order 1977, Secretary of the Interior, Aug. 16, 1944, 9 F.R. 11096, as amended by Order 1982, Acting Secretary of the Interior, Aug. 31, 1944, 9 F.R. 11097.
TITLE 31-MONEY AND FINANCE: TREASURY
Subtitle B-Regulations Relating to Money and Finance:
Chapter I-Monetary Offices, Department of the Treasury.
Subtitle B-Regulations Relating to Money and Finance
CHAPTER I-MONETARY OFFICES, DEPARTMENT OF THE
129 Values of foreign moneys. [Amended]
131 General licenses under Executive Order No. 8389, April 10, 1940, as amended, and regulations issued pursuant thereto. [Amended] 132 General licenses under Executive Order No. 8389, April 10, 1940, as amended, and regulations issued pursuant thereto, by the Governor of Hawaii. [Added]
129.7 Calendar year 1944. [Added]
§ 129.7 Calendar year 1944-(a) Quarter beginning January 1, 1944. Pursuant to section 522, title IV, of the Tariff Act of 1930, reenacting section 25 of the act of August 27, 1894, as amended, the following estimates by the Director of the Mint of the values of foreign monetary units are hereby proclaimed to be the values of such units in terms of the money of account of the United States that are to be followed in estimating the value of all foreign merchan
133 Regulations of the Governor of Hawaii. [Revoked]
134 General licenses under currency regulations of the Governor of Hawaii. [Revoked]
135 General licenses issued under securities regulations of the Governor of Hawaii. [Revoked]
dise exported to the United States dur ing the quarter beginning January 1, 1944, expressed in any such foreign monetary units: Provided, however, That if no such value has been proclaimed, or if the value so proclaimed varies by 5 per centum or more from a value measured by the buying rate in the New York market at noon on the day of exportation, conversion shall be made at a value measured by such buying rate, as determined and certified by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and published by the Secretary of the Treasury pursuant to the provisions of section 522, title IV, of the Tariff Act of 1930.
VALUES OF FOREIGN MONETARY UNITS (AT PAR AS REGARDS GOLD UNITS; NONGOLD UNITS HAVE NO FIXED PAR WITH GOLD)
Given valuation is of gold peso. Paper nominally convertible at 44% of face value. Conversion suspended
Control of gold stocks and exports authorized Dec. 17, 1929.
By decree of Mar. 31, 1936. One belga equals 5 Belgian francs. The Anglo-Belgian financial agreement of June
Based upon official rate for cruzeiro in terms of the dollar as announced by the Bank of Brazil. Conversion of Stabilization-Office notes into gold suspended Nov. 22, 1930. Under decree law of October 6, 1942, the cruzeiro became the unit of currency, replacing the milreis.
Embargo on export of gold, Oct. 19. 1931; redemption of Dominion notes in gold suspended Apr. 10, 1933.
Silver standard abandoned by decree of Nov. 3, 1935; bank notes made legal tender under Currency Board
Obligation to sell gold suspended Sept. 24, 1931. New gold cortent of .56424 grams of gold o fine established
Conversion of notes into gold suspended Sept 18, 1914; exchange control established Jan. 16, 1932.
Conversion of notes into gold suspended Sept. 29, 1931.
Provisions of monetary law of Oct. 1, 1936, providing for gold content of franc, superseded by decree of June 30,
Exchange control established July 13, 1931.
Obligation to sell gold at legal monetary par suspended Sept. 21, 1931.
Conversion of notes into gold suspended Mar. 6, 1933.
National bank notes redeemable on demand in U. S. dollars.
Gold exports prohibited Mar. 27, 1931; lempira circulates as equivalent of half of U. S. dollar.
Exchange control established July 17, 1931.
Obligation to sell gold at legal monetary par suspended Sept. 21, 1931.
Piaster pegged to French franc at the rate of 1 piaster-10 French francs; conversion of notes into gold suspended
Conversion of notes into gold suspended Sept. 21, 1931.
New gold content of 46.77 milligrams of fine gold per lira established by monetary law of Oct. 5, 1936.
VALUES OF FOREIGN MONETARY UNITS-(AT PAR AS REGARDS GOLD UNITS; NONGOLD UNITS HAVE NO FIXED PAR WITH GOLD)-Continued
Netherlands and col