The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1949 - Administrative law
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 197 - ... days after the filing of the order); (2) the name of the officer before whom the examination is to be made; (3) the name of the deponent The officer and the time and place need not be the same as those suggested in the application (d) Qualifications of officer.
Page 439 - ... when offered for interstate shipment or when received at such important central markets as the Secretary of Agriculture may from time to time designate, or at points which may be conveniently reached therefrom, under such rules and regulations as he may prescribe, including payment of such fees as will be reasonable and as nearly as may be to cover the cost for the service rendered...
Page 392 - ... to investigate and certify to shippers and other interested parties the class, quality, and condition of cotton, tobacco, fruits and vegetables, whether raw, dried, or canned, poultry, butter, hay, and other perishable farm products, when offered for interstate shipment or when received at such important central markets as the Secretary of Agriculture may from time to time designate, or at points which may be conveniently reached therefrom, under such rules and regulations as he may prescribe,...
Page 207 - An act to prevent the destruction or dumping, without good and sufficient cause therefor, of farm produce received in interstate commerce by commission merchants and others, and to require them truly and correctly to account for all farm produce received by them," approved March 3, 1927 (44 Stat.
Page 65 - bushel. Test weight per bushel shall be the weight per Winchester bushel as determined by the testing apparatus and the method of use thereof described in Bulletin No. 1065, dated May 18, 1922, issued by the United States Department of Agriculture, or as determined by any device and method which give equivalent results in the determination of test weight per bushel.
Page 472 - For the purpose of hearings under the act or the regulations in this part, except those relating to appeals or arbitrations, the licensee involved shall be allowed a reasonable time within which affidavits and other proper evidence may be submitted. If requested by the licensee within such time, an oral hearing, of which reasonable notice shall be given, shall be held before, and at a time and place fixed by an official authorized by the Secretary.
Page 574 - If such warehouseman has applied for licenses to conduct two or more warehouses in the same State, the assets applicable to all of which shall be subject to the liabilities of each, and shall desire to give a single bond meeting the requirements of the act and...
Page 300 - Compliance with other laws. None of the requirements in the regulations in this part shall excuse failure to comply with any Federal, State, county, or municipal laws applicable to the operation of food processing establishments and to processed food products.
Page 497 - Any warehouseman conducting a warehouse licensed or for which application for license has been made shall have and maintain above all exemptions and liabilities net assets liable for the payment of any indebtedness arising from the conduct of the warehouse, to the extent of at least...
Page 178 - Eggs of the following descriptions are classed as inedible: black rots, yellow rots, white rots, mixed rots (addled eggs) , sour eggs, eggs with green whites, eggs with stuck yolks, moldy eggs, musty eggs, eggs showing blood rings, eggs containing embryo chicks (at or beyond the blood ring stage) , and any eggs that are adulterated as such term Is defined pursuant to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.