Code of Federal Regulations: Containing a Codification of Documents of General Applicability and Future Effect as of December 31, 1948, with Ancillaries and Index

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Division of the Federal Register, the National Archives, 1965
 

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Page 318 - ... the final accrual or ascertainment of which requires further acts by any handler, by the market administrator, or by any other person, the power and duty to perform such further acts shall continue notwithstanding such suspension or termination: Provided, That any such acts required...
Page 158 - ... he shall state briefly the grounds of such objection, whereupon an automatic exception will follow if the objection is overruled by the presiding officer. The transcript shall not include argument or debate thereon except as ordered by the presiding officer. The ruling of the presiding officer on any objection shall be a part of the transcript.
Page 277 - The market administrator shall have the following powers with respect to this part: (a) To administer its terms and provisions; (b) To receive, investigate, and report to the Secretary complaints of violations ; (c) To make rules and regulations to effectuate its terms and provisions; and (d) To recommend amendments to the Secretary.
Page vi - ... is taken. 900.59 Motions and requests. (a) General. All motions and requests shall be filed with the hearing clerk, except that those made during the course of an oral hearing may be filed with the presiding officer or may be stated orally and made a part of the transcript. The presiding officer is authorized to rule upon all motions and requests filed or made prior to the transmittal by the hearing clerk to the Secretary of the record as provided in this subpart.
Page 342 - Use of equivalent prices. If for any reason a price quotation required by this part for computing class prices or for other purposes is not available in the manner described, the market administrator shall use a price determined by the Secretary to be equivalent to the price which is required. APPLICATION OF PROVISIONS 1070.60 Producer-handler.
Page 257 - Transmittal of record. The hearing clerk, immediately following the filing of the revision of the presiding officer's report, or upon notification by the presiding officer that no revision will be made, shall transmit to the Secretary the record of the proceeding. Such record shall include: the petition; motions and requests filed with the hearing clerk, and rulings thereon; the transcript of the testimony taken at the hearing, together with the exhibits filed therein; any documents or papers filed...
Page 138 - ... to be made available, the market administrator may, within the 2-year period provided for in paragraph (a) of this section, notify the handler in writing of such failure or refusal. If the market administrator so notifies a handler, the said 2-year period with respect to such obligation shall not begin to run until the first day of the calendar month following the month during which all such books and records pertaining to such obligation are made available to the market administrator or his...
Page 111 - Retention of records. All books and records required under this part to be made available to the market administrator shall be retained by the handler for a period of three years to begin at the end of the calendar month to which such books and records pertain: Provided, That if, within such three-year period, the market administrator notifies the handler in writing that the retention of such books and records, or of specified books and records, is necessary in connection with a proceeding under...
Page 7 - Board (including successors or alternates) , and any agent or employee appointed or employed by the Control Board, shall be subject to removal or suspension by the Secretary at any time. Each and every order, regulation, decision, determination, or other act of the Control Board shall be subject to the continuing right of the Secretary to disapprove of the same at any time, and, upon such disapproval, shall be deemed null and void except as to acts done in reliance thereon or in compliance therewith.

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