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State or Federal, which supervise, regulate or tax the reclaiming or
handling of petroleum or petroleum products.
(d) fy pipe lines—(1) Inventories. An opening and closing in-
ventory including overages of crude petroleum and petroleum prod-
ucts on hand each 24 hour day.
(2) Receipts; consignors; consignees; origin; destination;
identification. The daily receipts of all petroleum and petroleum
products showing the kind, grade and quantity received, the names
and addresses of the consignors, the names and addresses of the
consignees, the points of origin and destination, and the identifying
numbers of State and Federal tenders covering the same.
(3) Locations; persons; transporting; agencies. In case of the
first transporting pipe line, and where possible in cases of subsequent
transporting pipe lines, the location of the properties where the
petroleum or petroleum products were produced, refined, processed
or manufactured, the names and addresses of persons removing the
petroleum or petroleum products from the properties where produced,
refined, processed or manufactured, and a description identifying the
transporting agency used in making delivery from such properties.
(4) Diversion; stoppage. A record of all shipments of petroleum
or petroleum products diverted prior to reaching the original point
of destination or stopped in the course of transportation, showing the
disposition thereof.
(5) Shipping documents. Copies of all run-tickets, way bills, di-
vision and transfer orders and other documents used in the transpor-
tation of petroleum or petroleum products.
(6) True copies. True and complete copies of all reports, com-
munications and diagrams filed or required to be filed under this
art.
(7) Tax records. Such other records as may now be required
under the rules or regulations of other governmental agencies, State
or Federal, which supervise, regulate or tax the transportation of
petroleum or petroleum products.
(e) By transporting agencies, other than pipe lines—(1) Ship-
ments. The daily shipments of all petroleum and petroleum prod-
ucts showing the kind, grade and quantity transported, the names
and addresses of the consignors, the names and addresses of the
consignees, the points of origin and destination, the identifying num-
bers of State and Federal tenders, and in the case of railroads the car
initials and numbers identifying the various shipments.
(2) Diversion or stoppage. A record of all shipments of petro:
leum or petroleum products diverted prior to reaching the original
point of destination, or opped in the course of transportation, show-
ing the disposition thereof.
(3) Shipping documents. Copies of all way bills, bills of lading
and other documents used in the transportation of petroleum or
petroleum products.
(4) True copies. True and complete copies of all reports and
communications filed or required to be filed under this part.
(5) Tax records. Such other records as may now be required
under the rules or regulations of other governmental agencies, State

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or Federal, which supervise, regulate or tax the transportation of petroleum or petroleum products.

(f) Place of record. }. records required by this section to be made and preserved shall be made currently as the transactions involved occur. Such records prescribed in paragraphs (a) o: (3)— (6) shall be kept on the lease or property to which they relate, or shall be kept in the field office or field headquarters from which the operations on such properties are conducted. Such records prescribed under paragraph (b) (1)–(4), paragraph (c) (1)–(3), and paragraph (d) (1)–(3), (5) shall be kept at the field office or field headquarters from which the operations involved are conducted. Such records prescribed under paragraph (e) (1), (3) shall be kept at the freight office where the shipping papers for any shipment originate.”f [Reg. XIII]

CRoss REFERENCES: For oil and gas operating regulations, see Part 221. For regulations of the Bureau of Internal Revenue relating to tax on petroleum and

petroleum products, see 26 CFR Parts 308, 309. For regulations of the Interstate Commerce Commission, see 49 CFR Chapter I.

402.14 Accurate billing. No transporting agency transporting petroleum or petroleum products from any designated area in interstate commerce shall accept for shipment any petroleum or any petroleum product unless the billing and other records of transportation covering such shipment truly and accurately describe by its proper and generally accepted name the commodity so shipped. Every transporting agency shall be held responsible for the truth of its records, way bills, bills of lading, division, or transfer orders and other papers relating to such shipment, and shall be answerable as for a violation of the regulations in this part for each false billing of any such petroleum or petroleum product.*f [Reg. XIII]

402.15 Monthly reports. Each producer, refiner, reclamation plant, casing-head gasoline plant, pipe line, and storer of petroleum or petroleum products in any designated area shall file with the Board for said area monthly reports on forms approved by the Secretary of the Interior. Each report on such forms shall be subscribed and sworn to by the person required to file the same, using the form of affidavit therein contained, and the person required to file the report must make therein a full, truthful and complete disclosure of all the information required on the form and necessary to the full use thereof.”f [Reg. XIV]

402.16 Way bills. Each transporting agency, other than pipe lines, transporting petroleum or petroleum products in or from any designated area shall make available daily to the Board for said area for inspection copies of all way bills, or other papers fulfilling the functions thereof, covering the movement during the preceding day of petroleum or petroleum products in or from said area, both interstate and intrastate. Upon request of the Board such way bills or other papers shall be attached to an affidavit executed by a duly o agent of the transporting agency stating that the way bills or other papers cover all shipments of petroleum or petroleum products moved by the transporting agency during the period named therein.”f [Reg. XVI

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402.17 Maps. Every producer, refiner, pipe line, gathering system, reclamation plant and casing-head gasoline plant within any designated area shall keep and maintain in the office of the Board for said area a diagram or diagrams which shall accurately and completely show to scale, so far as is applicable to that particular business, the location of each lease, the location and identifying number of each well, the location, capacity and identifying number of all tanks, the location and size of all pipe lines, flow lines and gathering . operated by it, and the location and sizes of all pipe lines, ow lines, gathering systems and other outlets attached to its properties, and every method by which oil is delivered to and from its properties. Such diagrams shall be brought up to date at least semiannually or otherwise as the Board may require in order to show any change taking place in the information shown thereon, either by the filing of a new diagram or by corrections made upon the diagram on file.”f [Reg. XVI] 402.18 Affidavits. When any affidavit or other sworn statement is required by this part, or by orders promulgated pursuant hereto or to said Act or Executive orders, to be made or filed by any person, such affidavit or sworn statement must be made or filed by any real person in interest owning, producing, refining, processing, manufacturing, transporting, withdrawing from storage or otherwise handling petroleum or petroleum products involved in the transaction or transactions which are the subject of such affidavit or sworn statement; provided, however, that such affidavit or sworn statement may be made or filed by a duly authorized agent of such real party in interest when proof of his authorization has been filed with the Board or other agency with which the affidavit or sworn statement is to be filed on or # the date of filing said affidavit or sworn statement.*t [Reg. 402.19 Water-borne cargoes—(a) Form OCR-1. The shipper, or duly authorized agent of the shipper, a copy of whose authorization has been filed with the Petroleum Conservation Division of the Department of the Interior at its office in Washington, D. C., of a cargo of petroleum or petroleum products, or any part thereof, which has been loaded at any port in the State of Texas or Louisiana for shipment by tanker, barge, or other vessel, in whole or in part in interstate or foreign commerce, including the intermediate shipment to any point from which shipments of petroleum or petroleum products in interstate or foreign commerce customarily are made, shall transmit by mail to the Petroleum Conservation Division of the Department of the Interior at its office in Washington, D.C., with full postage paid, not later than 24 hours after the date of sailing, a report and affidavit in duplicate on form designated OCR-1, made and executed in accordance with instructions prescribed and approved by the Secretary of the Interior and appearing thereon. (b) Form OCR-2. The master, owner, charterer, or duly authorized agent of the owner or charterer of any tanker, barge, or other vessel, a copy of whose authorization has been filed with the Petroleum Conservation Division of the Department of the Interior at its office in Washington, D. C., upon discharging at any port in the United

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States a cargo of petroleum or petroleum products, or any part thereof, which has been loaded at any port in the Štate of Texas or Louisiana for shipment in interstate or foreign commerce, shall transmit by mail, with full postage paid, to the Petroleum Conservation Division of the Department of the Interior at its office in Washington, D.C., within 24 hours of completion of each discharge operation, partial or complete, a report in duplicate on form designated OCR-2, made and executed in accordance with instructions prescribed and approved by the Secretary of the Interior and appearing thereon.”f [Reg. XVIII]

402.20 Investigation. The Petroleum Conservation Division, and any Board established under § 402.3, when authorized by the Secretary of the Interior, shall make necessary investigations, within or outside of any designated area, to carry out and accomplish the purposes of said Act.*f [Reg. XIX.]

402.21 Saving clause and revocation of Executive Order No. 6980–B–(a) Saving clause. If any provision of this part or any clause, Sentence or part hereof is held unauthorized or invalid for any reason, or the application thereof to any person, circumstance, com. or class of transactions with respect to any commodity be held unauthorized or invalid for any reason, the validity of the remainder of this part and the application of such provisions to other persons, circumstances, commodities and classes of transactions shall not be affected thereby.

(b) Executive Order No. 6980–B revoked. The Executive Order of the President of the United States (No. 6980–B), dated March 1 1935, except in so far as it applies to or affects any violation thereo or any action which has been or may hereafter be taken because of such violation, is hereby revoked. The operation of this part shall be immediately effective.”f [Reg. XX] MINNESOTA DRAINAGE: See Public Lands: Interior, 43 CFR Part 118. Mousewage DETERMINATIONS: See Public Contracts, 41 CFR Part MINIMUM-WAGE, MINIMUM MANNING, AND REASONABLE WORKING

CONDITIONS: See Shipping, 46 CFR, Part 262.

MONETARY OFFICES, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY: See Money and Finance: Treasury, 31 CFR Chapter I.

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TITLE 31—MONEY AND FINANCE:
TREASURY

Part
Subtitle A–Office of the Secretary of the Treasury___________________- 1
Subtitle B–Regulations Relating to Money and Finance

Chapter I—Monetary Offices, Department of the Treasury__________. 50
Chapter II—Office of the Commissioner of Accounts and Deposits,
Department of the Treasury--------------------------

Chapter III—Public Debt Service, Department of the Treasury________ 300

Chapter IV—Secret Service, Department of the Treasury_-___________ 400

CROSS REFERENCES

General Accounting Office: See Accounts, 4 CFR Chapter I.
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency: See Banks and Banking, 12 CFR
Chapter I.

Subtitle A–Office of the Secretary of the
Treasury

Part IPart

1 Disclosure of Official information 11 Customhouse brokers
10 Practice of attorneys and agents be-
fore the Treasury Department

EDITORIAL NOTE: For list of abbreviations used in Subtitle A, see note to § 1.1.

PART 1–DISCLOSURE OF OFFICIAL INFORMATION

Section 1.1 Documents in Treasury files not to be withdrawn by agents; certain officials may authorize copies to be furnished; prohibition against release of official information. No account, document, or paper of any kind shall be withdrawn from the files of the Department by agents, attorneys, or other persons; and copies of any accounts or papers shall not be furnished to any person except upon the written order of the Secretary, one of the Assistant Secretaries, or head of Bureau, and such copies shall be furnished only to Such persons as may have a personal material interest in the subjectmatter of the papers. An affidavit setting forth the interest of the applicant, and showing the purpose for which copies are desired must be submitted with each application.

In all cases where copies of documents or records are desired by, or on behalf of, parties to a suit, whether in a court of the United States or any other, such copies shall be furnished to the court only, and on a rule of the court upon the Secretary of the Treasury requesting the same. Exceptions to this rule will be made only on the written order of the Secretary or of an Assistant Secretary.

No information in regard to transactions of an official character in this Department is to be communicated to anyone not authorized to receive the same.

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