Foreign Exchange and Other Related Transactions: Executive Order of the President Dated January 26, 1918 : Issued Under Authority of Title 7 of the Act of June 15, 1917, Known as the Espionage Act, and Section 5 of the Act of October 6, 1917, Known as the Trading-with-the-enemy Act ...
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1918 - Foreign exchange - 15 pages
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accounts or securities act approved October agent or correspondent ally of enemy authority of Executive authority vested behalf best interests bullion or currency Carry accounts check or draft coin or bullion Congress approved June credits relating solely dated January 26 DEALERS OF CLASS dealing in foreign dealing in securities DECLARATION OF NONINTEREST deemed to mean directly or indirectly enemy or ally entitle the holder Espionage Act evidences of indebtedness Executive order export or earmarking Federal Reserve Bank Federal Reserve Board FOREIGN ACCOUNT foreign correspondents foreign country foreign exchange form approved Form FE 109 gold or silver holder to engage I/we do hereby indirectly interested indirectly trading involve directly Issued under authority June 15 NONINTEREST OF ENEMIES obtaining a registration October 12 person acting reports Secretary securities for foreign securities through foreign securities with foreign silver coin solely to transactions Trade Board Trading-with-the-Enemy Act transactions in foreign transfers of credit Treasury