Code of Federal Regulations

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U.S. General Services Administration, National Archives and Records Service, Office of the Federal Register, 1968
 

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Page 347 - If, upon the suspension or termination of any or all of the provisions of this part, there are any obligations arising hereunder, 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 to be performed by the market administrator shall, if the Secretary so directs, be performed...
Page 161 - That any producer for whom a base has been established pursuant to this section based on deliveries of 75 or more days during the preceding months of August through November may, in lieu thereof, by notifying the market administrator prior to March 1, be accorded a base computed pursuant to the immediately preceding proviso of this section. 1039.81 Base rules. The following rules shall apply in connection with the establishment of bases: (a) A base shall be held in the name of the producer and...
Page 43 - I milk on routes (other than to pool plants) in the marketing area; (2) Deduct (except that deducted under a similar provision of another order issued pursuant to the Act) the respective amounts of skim milk and butterfat received as Class I milk at the partially regulated distributing plant from pool plants and other order plants ; (3) Combine the amounts of skim milk and butterfat remaining into one total and determine the weighted average butterfat content; and (4) From the value of such milk...
Page 232 - The total pounds of milk received from each producer and the percentage of butterfat contained therein or the pounds of milk received from each dairy farmer producing Grade A milk and the percentage of butterfat contained therein; and (b) The date and net amount of payment to such producer or dairy farmer, or to a cooperative association for such producer's milk, with the price, deductions and charges involved and the nature of each.
Page 291 - Plants subject to other Federal orders. A plant specified in paragraph (a) or (b) of this section shall be treated as a nonpool plant, except that the operator of such plant shall, with respect to total receipts and utilization or disposition of skim milk and butterfat at the plant, make reports to the market administrator at such time and in such manner as the market administrator may require and allow verification of such reports by the market administrator: (a) Any plant qualified pursuant to...
Page 247 - II price and butterfat differential for the preceding month computed pursuant to 1046.51 and 1046.52; and (2) On or before the 12th day after the end of each month, the uniform price computed pursuant to 1046.71, and the butterfat differential computed pursuant to 1046.81; (1) On or before the 13th day after the end of each month, the market administrator shall mail to each handler. at his last known address, a statement showing: (1) The net obligation computed for such handler pursuant...
Page 216 - Apr. 28, 1962] 1044.21 Powers. 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 100 - Marketing Agreement Act of 1937, as amended (7 USC 601 et seq.) . 1035.2 Department. "Department" means the United States Department of Agriculture or such other Federal agency authorized to perform the price reporting functions specified in this part. 1035.3 Secretary. "Secretary" means the Secretary of Agriculture or any other officer or employee of the United States authorized to exercise the powers or to perform the duties of the said Secretary of Agriculture. 1035.4 Person. "Person"...
Page 290 - Basic formula price. The basic formula price shall be the average price per hundredweight for manufacturing grade milk fob plants in Wisconsin and Minnesota, as reported by the Department for the month. Such price shall be adjusted to a 3.5 percent butterfat basis by a butterfat differential (rounded to the nearest one-tenth cent) at the rate of the Chicago butter price times 0.12 and rounded to the nearest cent.

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