Nominations of James M. Stone to be a Member and Chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission: Hearing Before the Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, United States Senate, Ninety-sixth Congress, First Session ... April 4, 1979
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980 - Electronic books - 165 pages
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Page 102 - bullion, gold bullion, bulk silver coins or bulk gold coins that is or is to be executed pursuant to a standardized contract commonly known to the trade as a margin account, margin contract, leverage account or leverage contract, or similar contracts when subject to regulation by the
Page 71 - service with the government? If so, explain. 3. Do you have any plans, commitments or agreements after completing government service to resume employment, affiliation or practice with your previous employer, business firm, association or organization? 4. Has anybody made a commitment to employ
Page 69 - 4. Have you ever been disciplined or cited for a breach of ethics or unprofessional conduct by, or been the subject of a complaint to, any court, administrative agency, professional association disciplinary committee, or other professional group? If so, please give full details.
Page 10 - the President shall seek to establish and maintain a balanced Commission, including, but not limited to, persons of demonstrated knowledge in futures trading or its regulation and persons of demonstrated knowledge in the production, merchandising, processing or distribution of one or more of the commodities or other goods and articles, services, rights and interests covered by this Act.
Page 103 - the validity, construction, effect, and administration of this Agreement shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Page 54 - of this agreement shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties
Page 96 - to prepare on behalf of any interested party the personal income tax returns and similar returns which may contain information relating to the trust.
Page 68 - B. PERSONAL DATA 1. Have your federal or state tax returns been the subject of any audit or investigation or inquiry at any time? If so, explain. 2.
Page 100 - property to secure any loan; to execute all deeds, assignments, mortgages, leases or other instruments necessary or proper for any of the foregoing purposes; to invest or reinvest in and retain as an investment any property which in the opinion of the Trustee is suitable for the purpose of this trust