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Treasury Department - Continued
Fiscal Service-Continued
Treasurer of United States, Office of-Continued
Lost or stolen checks which have been paid on forged endorsements,

settlement with payees or special endorsees in advance of

reclamation, 31 Part 359
Check forgery insurance fund account:

Deposit of amounts received by way of reclamation, 31 $ 359.3

Establishment of, 31 $ 359.1
Claims:

Settlement of, 31 $ 359.2

Time limitation with respect to presentment of, 31 $ 359.4
Records, availability of, 31 Part 351
Foreign assets control; prohibitions or licensing of transactions involving de-

signated foreign countries or their nationals:
Certain European and Asian Countries, designated; authorization required

to purchase or sell merchandise, 31 Part 505
Foreign exchange transactions with designated countries (China and North

Korea), 31 Part 500
Customs procedures and transactions. See Licensing; and Procedures.
Definitions:

General definitions, 31 $$ 500.301-500.330
Prohibition of transactions with China and North Korea, defini-

tions in connection with, 31 $ 500.201 (d), (f)
Reporting property of nationals of China and Korea, definitions

in connection with, 31 $ 500.603 (g)
Interpretations, 31 $ $ 500.401-500.409

Drafts under irrevocable letters of credit, 31 $ 500.406
Estates, blocked, administration of, 31 $ 500.407
Exportation of securities, etc., to designated foreign countries,

31 $ 500.405
Payments through third countries to certain designated countries

and nationals, 31 $ 500.409
Safe deposit boxes, certain, access to, prohibited, 31 $ 500.408
Termination and acquisition of interest of designated national,

31 8 500.403
Transactions between principal and agent, 31 $ 500.404
Licensing and authorization of transactions:

Licenses, definitions, 31 88 500.316-500.318
Procedures, 31 $ 500.801
Transactions involving various assets, etc., 31 $$ 500.501-500.539
Blocked accounts in domestic banks; entries, payments from,

etc., 31 $ $ 500.508–500.510
Business enterprises, transactions by, 31 $ 500.500
Customs transactions with respect to merchandise of Chinese

or North Korean origin affected by provisions regarding

prohibitions on importation of, 31 $ 500.536
Estates, administration of, 31 $$ 500.523-500.525
Exportations to designated countries, transactions incident

to, 31 $ 500.533
Financing of merchandise of Chinese or North Korean origin

affected by provisions regarding prohibitions on importa-

tion of, 31 $ 500.537
Hog bristles, 31 $ 500.539
Judicial proceedings with respect to property of designated

nationals, 31 $ 500.504
Life insurance policies, blocked, 31 $ 500.526
Patents, trademarks, copyrights, United States, transactions

involving, 31 $$ 500.527, 500.528
Payments for living expenses, etc., to persons in United States

or foreign countries, 31 $$ 500.518-500.522
Power of attorney, 31 $ $ 500.529, 500.530
Safe deposit boxes, access to, 31 s 500.517
Securities; purchase, sale voting, exchange, etc., 31 $ $ 500.513-

500.516, 500.535

Treasury Department-Continued
Foreign assets control-Continued
Foreign exchange transactions with designated countries Continued
Licensing and authorization of transactions-Continued
Transactions involving various assets, etc.—Continued

Transfers by operation of law, 31 $ 500.525
Transportation of merchandise of Chinese or North Korean

origin affected by provisions regarding prohibitions on im-

portation of, 31 $ 500.538

Unblocked persons, 31 $ $ 500.505-500.507
Penalties for violations of provisions of authorizations, licenses, etc.,

31 $ 500.701
Procedures; licensing, unblocking accounts, reporting, etc., 31

$ $ 500.801-500.808
Customs procedures; merchandise of Chinese or North Korean

origin, 31 $ 500.808
Prohibitions:
Importation of, and dealings in certain merchandise, 31 $ 500.204

Authorizations, 31 $ $ 500.536–500.538
Transactions involving North Korea and China or their nationals

(transfers of credit, exportation of gold or silver coin, cur-
rency, transactions in foreign exchange, etc.), 31

$ $ 500.201-500.203

Interpretations, 31 $ $ 500.404–500.409
Relation of chapter to other laws and regulations, 31 $ 500.101

Reporting and records of transactions, 31 $$ 500.601-500.604, 500.804
Transaction Control Regulations, for purchase or sale of merchandise with

designated European or Asian countries, 31 Part 505
Foreign currencies and credits, in connection with disposal of surplus property

abroad; regulations of Accounts Bureau, 31 Part 280
Foreign exchange:
Purchase, sale, etc., by executive departments and agencies of United

States, 31 Part 281
Transactions in foreign exchange, regulations respecting. See Monetary

Offices.
Transactions with designated countries (China, North Korea). See under

Foreign assets control.
Foreign moneys, values of, in terms of United States money, 31 Part 129
Former Treasury officers and employees, special enrollment of; standards and

procedures, 31 $ 12.1
Gold:

Mint Bureau procedures and forms. See under Monetary Offices.
Regulations respecting holding, import, export, use, etc. See Monetary

Offices.
Seizure and forfeiture for violations of Gold Reserve Act and regulations,

31 Part 406
Government Losses in Shipment Act:

Investigation of losses under. See Secret Service.
Shipments under, and claims for replacement of lost valuables and securi-

ties; regulations of Accounts Bureau and Public Debt Bureau. See

Fiscal Service.
Imports and exports:
Imports from and exports to designated countries; restrictions on.

See
Foreign assets control.
Values of foreign money in terms of United States money in estimating

value of imports, 31 Part 129
International Claims Commission; payment on account of awards of, 31 Part 250
International Finance, Office of; regulations respecting foreign exchange, trans-

fers of credit, and export of coin and currency. See Monetary Offices.
Lend lease settlements, administration of foreign currencies in connection

with; regulations of Accounts Bureau, 31 Part 280
Medals; manufacture and sale of, 31 $$ 92.23, 92.24
Mexico, claims against Government of; payment of awards in favor of Ameri-

can nationals, 31 Part 254
Mint Bureau. See Monetary Offices.

Treasury Department-Continued

Mints and assay offices; regulations respecting. See Monetary Offices.
Monetary Offices:

Assay offices. See Mints and assay offices.
Banking regulations:
Emergency banking regulations of March 6 to March 28, 1933, 31

Part 121
Executive order concerning. See Proclamations and Executive orders.
General licenses to transact normal banking business granted to all

banks authorized by Comptroller of Currency to begin business,

31 § 122.1
Proclamations and Executive orders (of 1933 et seq.) concerning bank-

ing, 31 Part 120
Bank holiday (Proc. 2039 of March 6, 1933), 31 $ 120.1

Continued in force (Proc. 2040 of March 9, 1933), 31 $ 120.2
Exclusion from scope of:
Banking institutions not members of Federal Reserve

System (Proc. 2070 of December 30, 1933), 31 $ 120.5
Federal Reserve banks (Proc. 2725 of April 7, 1947), 31

$ 120.7
Foreign exchange, removal of certain restrictions on; amend-

ment of Proclamation 2070 respecting (EO 6559 of Janu-

ary 15, 1934), 31 § 120.6
Conservators for State banks, appointment of (EO 6080 of March

18, 1933), 31 $ 120.4
Operation of banks; licenses for performance of banking functions,

prohibition of export of or payment by gold coin, gold
bullion, or gold certificates, or withdrawal of currency for

hoarding, (EO 6073 of March 10, 1933), 31 $ 120.3
Exclusion from scope of:
Banking institutions not members of Federal Reserve

System (Proc. 2070 of December 30, 1933), 31 $ 120.5
Federal Reserve banks (Proc. 2725 of April 7, 1947), 31

$ 120.7
Foreign exchange, removal of certain restrictions on; amend-

ment of Executive Order 6073 respecting (EO 6559 of

January 15, 1934), 31 $ 120.6
Carriers, transportation of gold by, 31 $ 54.13
Charges at mints and assay offices; melting, parting, and refining deposits,

bar charges, charges for assays of bullion, certain metals, ores, etc., 31

Part 90
Coinage mints, location of, 31 Part 90, note
Coins. See Currency.
Currency:

Coinage of newly-mined domestic silver. See Silver.
Exchange of paper currency and coin, 31 Part 100
Counterfeit notes and coins:

Disposition of, 31 $ 100.20
Marking of notes by offices charged with receipt of public

moneys, redemption of wrongfully marked notes, 31

$ 100.19
Federal Reserve banks and branches:

Location of, 31 $ 100.18

Transactions to be effected through, 31 $$ 100.2, 100.17
General; scope, transactions effected through Federal Reserve

banks and branches, lawfully held coins and currencies, gold

coins and certificates, 31 $ $ 100.2-100.4
Mutilated currency, exchange of:

Coins, 31 98 100.10–100.15

Paper currency, 31 $ $ 100.5–100.9
Shipment of coins for exchange, 31 $ 100.16
Export of currency or silver coin. See Foreign exchange, transfers of

credit, and export of coin and currency.
Gold currency. See Gold regulations.

Treasury Department-Continued
Monetary Offices

Continued
Currency-Continued
Mint Bureau procedures with respect to. See Mint Bureau procedures

and forms.
Reports of financial institutions respecting transactions involving cur-

rency of amounts or denominations exceeding those commensurate

with legitimate and customary conduct of business, 31 Part 102
Exportations:
Currency or silver coin. See Foreign exchange, transfers of credit,

and export of coin and currency.
Gold, regulations to carry out purposes of Gold Reserve Act of 1934.

See Gold regulations.
Federal Reserve banks:
Banking regulations; emergency banking regulations of March 6 to

March 28, 1933, and Proclamations and Executive orders of 1933

et seq. See Banking regulations.
Exchange of paper currency and coin, transactions to be effected

through Federal Reserve banks, 31 $ $ 100.2, 100.17
Foreign exchange, transfers of credit, and export of coin and currency;

reports respecting, 31 $$ 127.4, 128.2
Gold regulations:
Acquisitions and dispositions of gold for settlement of international

balances, etc., 31 $ $ 54.28–54.30
Gold coin, gold bullion, and gold certificates wrongfully withheld

after January 17, 1934; receipt for account of United States

Treasurer, 31 $ 53.1
Location of, 31 $ 100.18
Foreign exchange:
Executive order of January 15, 1934, regulating transactions in; pro-

hibitions, delegations of authority, definiitons, penalties, etc., 31

Part 127
Reports of transactions, functions of Federal Reserve banks with re-

spect to, 31 $$ 127.4, 128.3
Transactions in foreign exchange, transfers of credit, and export of

coin and currency, 31 Part 128
Forms prescribed, description of, 31 $ $ 128.10–128.18
General license, 31 $ 128.1

Reports to Federal Reserve banks respecting transactions, 31 § 128.2
Gold regulations:

Banking regulations, emergency, of March, 1933, 31 $$ 121.22–121.25
Coins, gold:

Gold dollar, proclamation fixing weight of, 31 Part 55
Rare and unusual; conditions under which coins may be acquired,

held, imported, exported, etc., 31 $ 54.20
Wrongfully withheld after January 17, 1934; instructions of Secre-

tary respecting, 31 $ 53.1
Dollar, gold; proclamation fixing weight of, 31 Part 55
Exchange of gold coins and certificates, 31 $ 100.4
Gold Reserve Act of 1934, regulations under, 31 Part 54
Conditions under which gold may be acquired and held, trans-

ported, melted or treated, imported, exported or ear-

marked, without obtaining license, 31 $ $ 54.12–54.20
Coins, rare and unusual, 31 $ 54.20
Fabricated gold, 31 $ 54.16
General; statement of conditions, 31 $ 54.12
Gold situated outside United States and in possessions of

United States, 31 $ $ 54.14, 54.15
Metals containing limited amount of gold, 31 54.17
Scrap gold, unmelted, 31 $ 54.18
Transportation of gold, 31 $ 54.13

Untreated gold, in natural state, 31 $ 54.19
Customs collectors, duties with respect to importation and exporta-

tion of gold, 31 $ $ 54.7, 54.8, 54.32, 54.33
Exportation of gold. See Importation and exportation of gold.

Treasury Department—Continued
Monetary Offices—Continued
Gold regulations-Continued
Gold Reserve Act of 1934, regulations under, 31 Part 54—Continued
Federal Reserve banks, acquisitions and dispositions for settlement

of international balances and other purposes, 31 $ $ 54.28-54.30
General provisions; authority, definitions, mint districts, various

licenses, etc., 31 $$ 54.1–54.11
Importation and exportation of gold:
Conditions for importation or exportation of gold without

obtaining license, 31 $$ 54.14, 54.15
Licenses for. See Licenses.
Mints, importation of gold for sale to, 31 $ 54.40
Reexport, importation of gold or gold-bearing materials for,

31 $$ 54.32, 54.33
Industrial, professional, and artistic use; fifty ounce exemption.

31 $ 54.21-54.27
International balances; acquisitions and dispositions by Federal

Reserve banks for settlement purposes, 31 88 54.28–54.30
Licenses authorizing acquisition, holding, transportation, melting,

importing, exporting, etc., of gold:
For various purposes:
For industrial, professional, and artistic use, 31 $$ 54.21-

54.27
For other purposes not inconsistent with purposes of the

act, 31 $ $ 54.31-54.34
General provisions respecting licenses, 31 $$ 54.6–54.8

Licensing requirements, 31 $ $ 54.12–54.20
Mints; purchase and sale of gold by:

Purchases, 31 88 54.35-54.44

Sales, 31 $ $ 54.51, 54.52
Procedures and forms of Mint Bureau with respect to gold regula-

tions, assays, bullion deposits, sale of gold, etc., 31 Part 92
Weight of gold dollar, proclamation fixing, 31 Part 55
Wrongfully withheld gold coin, gold bullion, and gold certificates de-

livered after January 17, 1934; instructions of Secretary of Treas-

ury respecting, 31 $ 53.1
Importations of gold; regulations to carry out purposes of Gold Reserve

Act of 1934. See Gold regulations.
International balances, acquisitions and disposition of gold by Federal Re-

serve banks for settlement purposes, 31 $ $ 54.28–54.30
International Finance, Office of; regulations respecting foreign exchange,

transfers of credit, and export of coin and currency. See Foreign

exchange.
Licenses:
Banks, general license to transact normal business, granted to all

banks authorized by Comptroller of Currency to begin business,

31 122.1
Gold licenses; regulations for carrying out purposes of Gold Reserve

Act of 1934. See Gold regulations.
Mint Bureau procedures and forms, 31 Part 92
Forms:

Copies, where obtainable, 31 $ 92.40
Description of forms and required statements:

Gold matters, 31 $ $ 92.41-92.66

Silver matters, 31 $$ 92.75–92.77
Procedures:

Assays of bullion and ores, 31 $ 92.22
Bullion deposits; receipt, handling, charges, and payments, 31

88 92.11-92.16
Coins:

"Proof” coins, manufacture of, 31 $ 92.25

Redemption and deposit of United States coins, 31 $ 92.17
Gold regulations, procedures with respect to, 31 $$ 92.1-92.8
Informal consultations, 31 $ 92.26

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