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CHAPTER IV—SECRET SERVICE

DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

PART 400—ILLUSTRATIONS OF UNITED STATES
POSTAGE STAMPS

Sec. Sec.

400.1 Authority for regulations. 400.4 Repeal or amendment of regula400.2 Finding of fact. tions. 400.3 Iłlustrations permitted. 400.5 Effective date of regulations.

Section 400.1 Authority for regulations. The regulations in this part are issued under authority of section 2 (b) of the Act of January 27, 1938, entitled “An Act to permit the printing of blackand-white illustrations of United States and foreign postage stamps for philatelic purposes.”f

*$$ 400.1 to 400.5, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 2 (b), 52 Stat. 7; 18 U.S.C., Sup., 350.

fln §§ 400.1 to 400.5, inclusive, the numbers to the right of the decimal point correspond with the respective section numbers in Regulations relating to illustrations of United States postage stamps, issued by the Secretary of the Treasury, and approved by the President, Feb. 14, 1938, 3 F.R. 385.

400.2 Finding of fact. The Secretary of the Treasury, with the approval of the President, finds that no hindrance to the suppression of counterfeiting and no tendency to bring into disrepute any obligation or other security of the United States will result from the issuance of the regulations in this part.*f

400.3 Illustrations permitted. The printing, publishing, and importation, and the making and importation of the necessary plates for such printing and publishing, for philatelic purposes in articles, books, journals, newspapers, and albums (including the circulars and advertising literature of legitimate dealers in stamps and publishers of and dealers in philatelic and historical articles, books, journals, and albums) of black-and-white illustrations of canceled and uncanceled United States postage stamps are permitted, Provided, That such illustrations are of a size less than three-quarters or more than one and one-half, in linear dimension, of each part of such stamp.”f

400.4 Repeal or amendment of regulations. The regulations in this part may be amended or repealed at any time, which amendment or repeal shall become effective upon publication thereof in the Federal Register or upon such date as may be specified therein if later than the date of publication.*t

*#For statutory and source citations, see note to § 400.1. Page 1

400.5 Effective date of regulations. The regulations in this part shall become effective upon publication thereof in the Federal Register. [The regulations in i. part were published in the Federal Register on February 17, 1938, 3 F.R. 385.]*t

MONEY ORDER SYSTEM : See Postal Service, 39 CFR Part 17.
MONEYS, TRIBAL AND INDIVIDUAL: See Indians, 25 CFR Parts 221, 224,
227, 230, 233.
MOTOR BOATS: See Shipping, 46 CFR Part 29.
MOTOR CARRIERS: See Transportation and Railroads, 49 CFR Parts 5, 6, 7,
85, 170–203.
MULTIFAMILY AND GROUP HOUSING INSURANCE: See Housing Credit,
24 CFR Parts 531–536.
MUTINY AND INSUBORDINATION; TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS
CHARGED WITH CRIME AGAINST THE UNITED STATES: See Foreign
Relations, 22 CFR Part 88.
MUTUAL MORTGAGE INSURANCE: See Housing Credit, 24 CFR Parts 521,522.
NARCOTIC ADDICTS: See Public Health, 42 CFR Part 4.
NARCOTICS: See Food and Drugs, 21 CFR Chapter II. Panama Canal, 35
CFR Part 16.
NARCOTICS, TAXES: See Internal Revenue, 26 CFR Parts 150–152.
NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR AERONAUTICS: See National
Defense, 32 CFR Chapter IV.
NATIONAL ARCHIVES: See Public Property and Works, 44 CFR Chapter I.
NATIONAL BANKS: See Banks and Banking, 12 CFR Chapters I, II.
NATIONAL BITUMINOUS COAL COMMISSION, DEPARTMENT OF THE
INTERIOR : See Mineral Resources, 30 CFR Chapter III.
NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE:
See Commerce, 15 CFR Chapter II.
NATIONAL CAPITAL PARKS REGULATIONS: See Parks and Forests, 36
CFR Part 3.
NATIONAL CEMETERIES: See Army: War Department, 10 CFR Part 53.
National Defense, 32 CFR Part 502. Parks and Forests, 36 CFR Part 5.

Page 2 *f For statutory and source citations, see note to $ 400.1.

TITLE 32—NATIONAL DEFENSE

Part Chapter I—National Munitions Control Board, Department of State-- 1 Chapter II—National Guard, War Department------------------------- 201 Chapter III—Bureau of Mines, Department of the Interior-------------- 301 Chapter IV—National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics-------------- 401 Chapter V–American Battle Monuments Commission------------------ 501

CHAPTER I–NATIONAL MUNITIONS CONTROL BOARD

DEPARTMENT OF STATE

Part

1 International traffic in arms, ammunition, etc.

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

PART 1–INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC IN ARMS,
AMMUNITION, ETC.

Sec. SUBPART-General regulations and special provisions Application for registration. Registration fee. Certificate of registration. Manufacturers, exporters, and importers of aircraft wheels and propeller blades. 5 Notification of changes. 6 Production for experimental or scientific purposes. 7 Persons who may make or receive 8 9

1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4

occasional shipments.

.8 National Firearms Act. .9 Applications for licenses. .10 Import licenses. .11 Export licenses. .12 Licenses not transferable. .13 Alterations. .14 Revoked licenses. .15 Country of ultimate destination. .16 Shipper's export declaration. .17. Type and model designation. 1.18 Presentation of licenses to collec

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2 Exportation of helium gas
3 Domestic sources of tin

tor of customs.
1.19 Export license material to be

packed separately. 1.20 Parcel post. 1.21 Articles in transit through the territory of the United States.

Sec.

1.22 Application for export or import
licenses on behalf of persons who
are not required to register.
1.23 Arms more than 100 years old.
1.24 Arms for the individual use of the
person to whom consigned.
1.25 Arms intended exclusively for
Sporting or Scientific purposes.
1.26 The Government of the United
States and its agencies are not
“persons.”
1.27 Arms returned to the United States
worn or damaged.
1.28 License required for the export of
aircraft wheels and propeller
blades.
1.29 Forgings or castings for arms.
1.30 License required for export of ar-
ticles intended for war purposes.
1.31 “Propellant powders”, “potassium
nitrate powders”, “sodium nitrate
powders.”
1.32 Aircraft flown or shipped from the
United States for a temporary
sojourn abroad.
1.33 Aircraft of United States registry.
1.34 Records of manufacture, export,
and import.
1.35 Title I of the Espionage Act, ap-
proved June 15, 1917.

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Sec.
1.36 Articles involving military Secrets.
1.37 Articles contracted for by the War
Department or the Navy Depart-
ment.
1.38 Prospective exporters of arms,
etc., to communicate with the Sec-
retary of State in advance of the
proposed shipment.
1.39 Export of arms to China, Cuba,
Honduras, and Nicaragua.
1.40 Responsibility for notification.
1.41 Export licenses for shipment of
arms to Cuba.
1.42 Exportation authorized only upon
desire of Cuban Government.
1.43 Export licenses not issued.

Sec.
1.44 Exporter to present convincing evi-
dence of destination.
1.45 Shipments to Spain.
1.46 Exporters to present convincing
evidence that destination is not
Spain.
1.47 Carriage of small arms and ammu-
nition on American Wessels en-
gaged in commerce with Spain.
1.48 Proclamation of policy regarding
civil strife in Spain.
1.49 Enumeration of articles to be con-
sidered arms, ammunition, and
implements of war.
1.50 Punishment of offenders enjoined.
1.51 Delegation of power to the Secre-
tary of State.

CROSS REFERENCE

Regulations of the Bureau of Customs, Department of the Treasury: See Customs Duties, 19 CFR Chapter I.

SUBPART-GENERAL REGULATIONS AND SPECIAL PROVISIONS

Section 1.1 Application for registration. All persons engaged in the business of manufacturing, exporting, or importing any of the arms, ammunition, or implements of war enumerated in § 149, shall register with the Secretary of State by duly filling out and transmitting to the Secretary of State an application for registration * * *. The articles manufactured, exported, or imported shall be listed on the application for registration under the same categories and in precisely the same terms in which they are listed in § 149. Applications for registration must be signed and sworn to in the presence § a notary public before they are transmitted to the Secretary of

tate.*f

*$$ 1.1 to 1.34, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 5 (a), 50 Stat. 124; 22 U.S.C., Sup., 245b. #In §§ 1.1 to 1.33, inclusive, the numbers to the right of the decimal point correspond with the respective paragraph numbers in part III, Regulations governing international traffic in arms, Secretary of State, Apr. 1, 1938, 3 F.R. 692–695. ABBREVIATIONS: The following abbreviations are used in this chapter: Proc. Proclamation of the President of the United States. E.O. Executive Order. 1.2 Registration fee. Applications for registration transmitted to the Secretary of State must be accompanied by a registration fee in the form of money orders or a certified check. This fee is in the amount of $100 for persons who have not manufactured, exported, or imported arms, ammunition, or implements of war, as enumerated in § 1.49, to a total sales value of more than $50,000 during the 12 months immediately preceding their application for registration, and in the amount of $500 for persons who have manufactured, exported, or imported arms, ammunition, or implements of war, as enumerated, to a total sales value of more than $50,000 during the 12 months immediately preceding their application. Persons paying a fee of $100 shall submit with their application for registration an affidavit, signed and sworn to before a notary public by a responsible officer of the company, stating that the company did not manufacture, export, or import arms, ammunition, or implements of war, as enumerated in § 1.49, to a total sales value of more than $50,000 during the 12 months immediately preceding the application for registration and setting forth such evidence in substantiation of this affirmation as may seem appropriate.*f

*#For statutory and source citations, see note to $ 1.1.

1.3 Certificate of registration. Upon receipt of an application for registration and the appended certificate of registration, duly filled out and accompanied by a registration fee of $100 or $500, as the case may be, and by a satisfactory affidavit as described above in the case of persons paying a fee of $100, the Secretary of State will return to the applicant, as a receipt, the certificate of registration, duly signed and sealed. This certificate of registration must be conspicuously displayed at the principal place of business of the person registered."f

1.4 Manufacturers, exporters, and importers of aircraft wheels and propeller blades. Manufacturers, exporters, and importers of component parts of the articles or units enumerated in § 149, but not of a complete article or unit listed in that section, are not required to register under the joint resolution. Aircraft wheels and aircraft propeller blades are, however, considered as constituting to such an unusual degree the main body of aircraft under-carriage units and aircraft propellers that the manufacture, export, or import of such wheels or blades alone is held to subject the manufacturer, exporter, or importer to the requirement of registration.*t

1.5 Notification of changes. Every person registered shall notify the Secretary of State of any change in the list of arms, ammunition, and implements of war which he manufactures, exports, or imports, and, upon such notification, the Secretary of State will issue to such person an amended certificate of registration free of charge, which will remain valid until the date of expiration of the original certificate issued to him.*t

1.6 Production for experimental or scientific purposes. The production for experimental or scientific purposes, when such production is not followed by sale, of the appliances and substances included in § 149 (f), or of single units of other arms, ammunition, and implements of war, is not considered as manufacture for the purposes of section 5 of the joint resolution (50 Stat. 124; 22 U.S.C., Sup., 245b).”f

1.7 Persons who may make or receive occasional shipments. Persons who are not engaged in the business of exporting or importing arms, ammunition, or implements of war, but who, either for their own personal use or as forwarding agents for persons who are engaged in this business, or, in exceptional circumstances, in other capacities, may make or receive occasional shipments of such articles, will not be considered as exporters or importers of arms, ammunition, and implements of war within the meaning of Section 5 of the joint resolution.*t

1.8 National Firearms Act. The provisions of the regulations in §§ 1.1–1.51 shall be considered as binding in addition to, and not in lieu of, those established under the Act known as the National Firearms Act (48 Stat. 1236; 26 U.S.C. 1132–11324), approved by the *t For statutory and source citations, see note to $ 1.1. Page 3

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