The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1966
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 9 - ... evidence appears. Factual material other than that adduced at the hearing or subject to official notice shall not be alluded to therein, and, in any case, shall not be considered in the formulation of the marketing agreement or marketing order. If the person filing a brief desires the Secretary to consider any objection made by...
Page 92 - ... 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 172 - Liquidation after suspension or termination. Upon the suspension or termination of any or all provisions of this part the market administrator, or such person as the Secretary may designate, shall, if so directed by the Secretary, liquidate the business of the market administrator's office and dispose of all funds and property then in his possession or under his control together with claims for any funds which are unpaid or owing at the time of such suspension or termination. Any funds collected...
Page 271 - Secretary, deliver all funds or property on hand, together with the books and records of the market administrator, or such person, to such person as the Secretary shall direct, and (3) if so directed by the Secretary, execute such assignments or other instruments necessary or appropriate to vest in such person full title to all funds, property, and claims vested in the market administrator or such person pursuant to this part.
Page 265 - 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 1046.60 Producer-handlers.
Page 280 - After making the computations pursuant to 1096.45, the market administrator shall determine the classification of producer milk received at each pool plant each month as follows : (a) Skim milk shall be allocated in the following manner : (1) Subtract from the total pounds of skim milk in Class II the pounds of skim milk classified as Class II pursuant to...
Page 43 - ... or association of producers, or if the obligation is payable to the market administrator, the account for which it Is to be paid. (b) If a handler fails or refuses, with respect to any obligation under this part, to make available to the market administrator or his representatives all books and records required by this part to be made available, the market administrator may, within the...
Page 272 - ... owing at the time of such suspension or termination. Any funds collected pursuant to the provisions of this part, over and above the amounts necessary to meet outstanding obligations and the expenses necessarily incurred by the market administrator or such person in liquidating and distributing such funds, shall be distributed to the contributing handlers and producers in an equitable manner. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 1035.90 Agents.
Page 338 - ... of producer milk and the deliveries of any dairy farmer during the preceding September through November to a nonpool plant that is a pool plant in any of the months of March through June shall be considered producer milk received at a pool plant: Provided further, That if no milk is received from a producer at a pool plant during the months of September through November or if milk is received on less than 60 days during such months, the base of such producer shall be his average daily deliveries...
Page 335 - Act) the respective amounts of skim milk and butterf at 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 at the Class I price applicable at the location of the nonpool plant, subtract its value at the uniform price pursuant to 1051.62 at the same location or at the Class...

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