Code of Federal Regulations

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U.S. General Services Administration, National Archives and Records Service, Office of the Federal Register, 1970
 

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Page 67 - ... concealment of a fact, material to the obligation, on the part of the handler against whom the obligation is sought to be imposed. (d) Any obligation on the part of the market administrator to pay a handler any money which such handler claims to be due him under the terms of this part shall terminate...
Page 275 - Continuing obligations. If, upon the suspension or termination of any or all provisions of this part, or any amendment thereto, there are any obligations thereunder the final accrual or ascertainment of which requires further acts by any person (including the market administrator), such further acts shall be performed notwithstanding such suspension or termination.
Page 133 - ... shall deduct 5 cents per hundredweight or such amount not exceeding 5 cents per hundredweight as may be prescribed by the Secretary, and shall pay such deductions to the market administrator on or before the 15th day after the end of each month. Such moneys shall be used by the market administrator to sample, test, and check the weights of milk received and to provide producers with market information. (b) In the case of producers for whom a cooperative association is actually performing the...
Page 284 - ... the skim milk and butterfat so transferred shall be classified so as to assign to producer milk the greatest possible Class I utilization at both plants; (b) If transferred to the plant of a producer-handler or to an exempt plant as defined in 1136.60a in the form of fluid milk products shall be classified as Class I milk; (c) If transferred in bulk form as milk, skim milk, or cream to a nonpool plant which is neither an other order plant nor a producer-handler plant, shall be classified as...

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