The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1969 - Administrative law
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The Code of Federal Regulations is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.

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Page 269 - SUBTITLE A — Office of the Secretary of the Interior SUBTITLE B — Regulations Relating to Public Lands I Bureau of Reclamation, Department of the Interior II Bureau of Land Management, Department of the Interior Title 44 — Public Property and Works III Department of State IV Business and Defense Services Administration, Department of Commerce V Library of Congress VII Department of Housing and Urban Development (Community Facilities) VIII Economic Development Administration, Department of Commerce...
Page 136 - Upon the suspension or termination of any or all provisions of this part, the market administrator, or such person as the Secretary may designate, shall if so directed by the Secretary, liquidate the business of the market administrator's office, and dispose of all funds and property then in his possession or...
Page 39 - ... notice with the market administrator that the purchase of such milk is on the basis of farm tests and weights determined by farm bulk tank calibrations, the applicable percentage shall be two percent; (iv) Plus 1.5 percent of milk received in bulk tank lots from other order plants exclusive of the quantity for which Class II utilization was requested by the operators of both plants; (v) Plus 1.5 percent of milk in bulk tank lots from unregulated supply plants, exclusive of the quantity for which...
Page 171 - Kb) (3). [29 FR 9877, July 23, 1964] 1071.43 Responsibility of handlers. All skim milk and butterfat shall be classified as Class I milk unless the handler who first receives such skim milk or butterfat proves to the market administrator that such skim milk or butterfat should be classified as Class II milk. 1071.44 Transfers. Skim milk or butterfat in the form of a fluid milk product shall be classified: (a) At the class mutually indicated in writing to the market administrator by both handlers...
Page 97 - ... area except that if such plant was subject to all the provisions of this part in the immediately preceding month, it shall continue to be subject to all the provisions of this part until the third consecutive month in which a greater proportion of its fluid product disposition, except filled milk, Is made in the above described manner in such other marketing area, unless, notwithstanding the provisions of this paragraph, it is regulated under such other order. (b) A distributing plant qualified...

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