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nection with the summary forfeiture of gold seized by the Secret Service, the sale or other disposition of such gold, and the remission or mitigation of the forfeiture of such gold, as may be necessary or proper by virtue of the provisions of the Gold Reserve Act of 1934 and the Gold Regulations, and by virtue of the provisions of the customs laws which the said Gold Reserve Act makes applicable in connection with the seizures and forfeitures incurred or alleged to have been incurred under the said act and regulations. In the performance of said administrative duties the appropriate officials of the Bureau of Customs shall be governed by the procedures established by the Customs Regulations insofar as such procedures are applicable and not inconsistent with the provisions of the Gold Reserve Act of 1934 and the Gold Regulations. $ 406.5 Forfeiture of gold valued in ex
cess of $2,500. When the value of the gold seized by the Secret Service exceeds $2,500, the seizing officer shall furnish a report, approved by the principal local officer, to the U.S. attorney, and shall include in such report a statement of all the facts and circumstances of the case, together with the names of the witnesses and a citation to each of the statutes and sections of the Gold Regulations believed to have been violated and on which reliance may be had for forfeiture.
D-22, 35 F.R. 14426; Treasury Dept. Or 177-25 (Revision 1), 35 F.R. 15312.
SOURCE: The provisions of this part 407 appear at 33 F.R. 7149, May 15, 1968, unless otherwise noted. § 407.1 Authority.
The regulations in this part governing conduct in and on the Treasury Building and grounds and the Treasury Annex Building and grounds are promulgated pursuant to the authority vested in the Secretary of the Treasury, including 5 U.S.C. 301 and that vested in him by delegation from the Administrator of General Services, 35 F.R. 14426 (1970), and in accordance with the authority vested in the Director of the U.S. Secret Service by Treasury Department Order No. 177-25 (Revision 1), 35 F.R. 15312 (1970). [35 F.R. 16472, Oct. 22, 1970) § 407.2 Applicability.
The regulations in this part apply to the building and grounds of the Main Treasury Building and the Treasury Annex Building located in Washington, D.C., at 15th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW., and Madison Place and Pennsylvania Avenue NW., respectively, and to all persons entering in or on such property. The Main Treasury Building and grounds and the Treasury Annex Building and grounds shall hereafter be referred to in the regulations in this part as "property”. § 407.3 Recording presence.
Except as otherwise ordered, the property shall be closed to the public after normal working hours and at such other times as may be necessary for the orderly conduct of the business of the Treasury Department. The property shall also be closed to the public when, in the opinion of the Assistant Secretary for Administration, or his delegate, an emergency situation exists. Admission to the property during periods when the property is closed to the public will be limited to authorized individuals who may be required to sign the register and/or display identification documents when requested by Treasury guards or other authorized individuals. § 407.4 Preservation of property.
No person shall, without proper authority, willfully destroy, damage, deface,
PART 407-REGULATIONS GOVERN
ING CONDUCT IN THE TREAS-
URY ANNEX Sec. 407.1 Authority. 407.2 Applicability. 407.3 Recording presence. 407.4 Preservation of property. 407.5 Conformity with signs and directions. 407.6 Nuisances. 407.7 Gambling. 407.8 Intoxicating beverages and narcotics. 407.9 Soliciting, vending, debt collection,
and distribution of handbills. 407.10 Photographs for news, advertising, or
commercial purposes. 407.11 Dogs and other animals. 407.12 Vehicular and pedestrian traffic. 407.13 Weapons and explosives. 407.14 Penalties and other law.
AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 407 issued under 5 U.S.C. 301; FPMR Temp. Reg.
or remove property or any part thereof, poses may be taken in areas on the or any furnishings therein.
property to which the public customarily $ 407.5 Conformity with signs and di
has access without prior permission. rections.
Photographs for advertising and com
mercial purposes may be taken in such Persons in and on the property shall areas only with the prior written percomply with the instructions of Treasury
mission of the Assistant Secretary for guards, with official signs of a prohibitory Administration, or his delegate. or directory nature, and with the directions of other authorized officials.
$ 407.11 Dogs and other animals. § 407.6 Nuisances.
Dogs and other animals, except seeing
eye dogs, shall not be brought upon the The use of loud, abusive, or profane
property for other than official purposes. language, unwarranted loitering, unauthorized assembly, the creation of any
§ 407.12 Vehicular and pedestrian traf. hazard to persons or things, improper
fic. disposal of rubbish, spitting, prurient (a) Drivers of all vehicles in or on prying, the commission of any obscene the property shall drive in a careful and or indecent act, or any other disorderly safe manner at all times and shall comconduct on the property is prohibited. ply with the signals and directions of The throwing of any articles of any kind Treasury guards and all posted traffic in, upon, or from the property and signs. climbing upon any part thereof is (b) The blocking of entrances, driveprohibited.
ways, walks, loading platforms, or fire § 407.7 Gambling.
hydrants in or on the property is pro
hibited. Participating in games for money or (c) Parking in or on the property is other property, the operation of gam
not allowed without a permit or specific bling devices, the conduct of a lottery or
authority. Parking without authority, pool, the selling or purchasing of num
parking in unauthorized locations, or in bers tickets, or any other gambling, in
locations reserved for other persons, or or on the property is prohibited.
contrary to the directions of Treasury $ 407.8 Intoxicating beverages and nar. guards or posted signs is prohibited. cotics.
(d) This section may be supplemented Entering or being on the property, or
from time to time with the approval of operating a motor vehicle thereon, by a
the Assistant Secretary for Administraperson under the influence of intoxi
tion, or his delegate, by the issuance and cating beverages or narcotic drugs is
posting of specific traffic directives as prohibited.
may be required and when so issued
and posted such directives shall have the § 407.9 Soliciting, vending, debt collec
same force and effect as if made a part tion, and distribution of handbills.
hereof. The unauthorized soliciting of alms and contributions, the commercial solic
§ 407.13 Weapons and explosives. iting and vending of all kinds, the dis No person while on the property shall play or distribution of commercial carry firearms, other dangerous or deadly advertising, or the collecting of private weapons, or explosives, either openly or debts, in or on the property is prohibited.
concealed, except for official purposes. This prohibition does not apply to Department of Treasury concessions or
§ 407.14 Penalties and other law. notices posted by authorized employees Whoever shall be found guilty of vioon the bulletin boards. Distribution of lating the regulations in this part while material such as pamphlets, handbills,
on the property is subject to a fine of not and flyers is prohibited without prior
more than $50 or imprisonment of not approval from the Assistant Secretary
more than 30 days, or both (see 40 U.S.C. for Administration, or his deiegate.
318c). Nothing contained in these regu$ 407.10 Photographs for news, adver- lations shall be construed to abrogate any tising, or commercial purposes.
other Federal laws or regulations of the Except where security regulations District of Columbia applicable to the apply, or a Federal court order or rule property referred to in § 407.2 and govprohibits it, photographs for news pur- erned by the regulations.
PART 408-DESIGNATION OF TEM of a Resubdivision of Block 17, Third
PORARY RESIDENCE OF THE Addition to Tropical Isle Homes, Plat PRESIDENT AND TEMPORARY
Book 52 at page 27 of the Public Records
of Dade County, Fla., is more particularly OFFICES OF THE PRESIDENT AND
described as follows: HIS STAFF-RULES GOVERNING
Begin at the most easterly corner of Lot 6, INGRESS OR EGRESS
Block 17 of a Resubdivision of Block 17, Sec.
Third Addition to Tropical Isle Homes, Plat 408.1 Authority.
Book 52 at page 27 of the Public Records of 408.2 Designation.
Dade County, Florida; thence north 61°04' 408.3 Rules governing ingress or egress.
53'' west, along the northeasterly boundary
of the said Lot 6, for a distance of 260 feet, AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part
more or less, to the high water line of Bis408 issued under 18 U.S.C. 1752.
cayne Bay; thence southwesterly meandering SOURCE: The provisions of this part 408
the high water line of Biscayne Bay and appear at 36 F.R. 15746, Aug. 18, 1971, unless
along the northwesterly boundary of Lots 6, otherwise noted.
5, 4, 3, 2, and 1 of the said Block 17, for a
distance of 721 feet, more or less, to the § 408.1 Authority.
intersection thereof with the south boundary The designation of the buildings and
of the said Lot 1 and a point on the north
right of way line of West Matheson Drive; grounds in this part which constitute
thence due east, along the south boundary the temporary residences of the Presi
of the said Lot 1 and along the north right dent and the temporary offices of the of way line of West Matheson Drive, for President and his staff, and the regula a distance of 347 feet, more or less, the begintions governing ingress or egress to such ning of a tangential circular curve; thence buildings and grounds and to posted,
northeasterly, along the southeasterly bouncordoned off, or otherwise restricted
dary of the said Lot 1 and along the said
tangential circular curve to the left having areas where the President is or will be
a radius of 25 feet through a central angle of temporarily visiting are promulgated
67°08'43" for an arc distance of 29.30 feet pursuant to the authority vested in the to a point of reverse curve; thence, northSecretary of the Treasury by the Act of easterly, along the southeasterly boundary January 2, 1971 (18 U.S.C. 1752).
of the said Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 and along
the northwesterly right of way line of Bay § 408.2 Designation.
Lane and along a circular curve to the right (a) For the purposes of 18 U.S.C. 1752,
having a radius of 895 feet through a central the buildings and grounds which consti
angle of 33°26'24" for an arc distance of tute temporary residences of the Presi
522.36 feet to the point of beginning. dent are as follows:
(2) San Clemente Compound. Except(1) Key Biscayne Compound. All ing the right-of-way of the Atchison buildings and grounds bordered by and Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad Co., all within the perimeter commencing at the buildings and grounds located in the city intersection of Biscayne Bay and Mathe of San Clemente, county of Orange, son Drive on Key Biscayne, County of State of California within the perimeter Dade, State of Florida; thence in an east bordered on the east by the Orange erly direction along Matheson Drive to
County and San Diego County boundary the intersection of Matheson Drive with
line; a U.S. Coast Guard Station housing Bay Lane; thence in a northerly direc temporary offices of the President and tion along Bay Lane to the intersection his staff and Camp Pendleton Beach; on of Bay Lane with Harbor Drive; thence the west by a community of private propin a westerly direction along the north
erty owners known as the Cyprus Shore erly lot line of Lot 6, Block 17 of Tropical
Community Association; on the south by Isle Homes, Third Addition, according to the mean high tide line of the Pacific the plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 52 Ocean; and on the north by private propat page 27 of the Public Records of erty owned by J. J. Elmore. The foreDade County, Fla., to the shore of Bis- going description of the property desigcayne Bay; thence in a southerly direc nated as a temporary residence of the tion along the shoreline of Biscayne Bay President, located in the city of San Cleto the point of the beginning. The fore mente, county of Orange, State of Caligoing description of the property desig fornia is more particularly described as nated as a temporary residence of the
follows: President, located on Key Biscayne. (i) Parcel 1. That portion of section 15. County of Dade, State of Florida con- township 9 south, range 7 west of the sisting of Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, Block 17 San Bernardino Meridian in the city of
San Clemente, county of Orange, State of California according to the official plat of said land, described as follows:
Beginning at the most southerly corner of the land described in the deed to Carson Estate Co., et al., recorded September 27, 1950 in Book 2078, page 469 of official records in the Office of the County Recorder of said county, said point being on the boundary line between Orange and San Diego Counties; thence along the westerly line of the land described in said deed, the following courses: north 34°55'00" west 268.92 feet, northeasterly 138.92 feet along a nontangent curve con. cave westerly having a radius of 275.00 feet and a central angle of 28°56'40'', north 4°04'00'' east 149.29 feet tangent to last said curve and northerly 241.54 feet along a curve concave westerly having a radius of 800.00 feet and a central angle of 17°17'55'' to the most easterly corner of Lot B in Tract No. 4202 as per map recorded in Book 152 pages 34 to 38 inclusive of miscellaneous maps, in the Office of the County Recorder of said county; thence southwesterly along the southeasterly line of said Tract No. 4202 to the easterly line of the 100.00 foot right-ofway of the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company; thence northerly along said easterly line to the easterly prolongation of the southerly line of the land described as Parcel II in the deed to Capri Builders, Inc., recorded July 7, 1961 in Book 5776 page 642 of official records; thence southwesterly along said prolongation and said southerly line to the mean high tide line of the Pacific Ocean; thence southerly along said mean high tide line to the northwesterly corner of the land described as Parcel 2 in the deed to David V. Carson, et ux., recorded August 5, 1937, in Book 905 page 109 of official records; thence north 80°04'00" east 590.62 feet along the northerly line of said land to said boundary line between Orange and San Diego Counties; thence north 12°28'00" east along said boundary line to the point of beginning.
Except that portion thereof included within the rights of way of the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Co., as described in the deed recorded in Book 187 page 18 of deeds in the Office of the County Recorder of Los Angeles County, California and the deed recorded May 19, 1938 in Book 935 page 566 of official records in the Office of the County Recorder of said Orange County.
(ii) Parcel 2. That portion of section 15, township 9 south, range 7 west of the San Bernardino Meridian in the city of San Clemente, County of Orange, State of California according to the official plat of said land described as follows:
Beginning at the intersection of the southeasterly boundary line of Orange County with the center line of the 100.00 foot right of way of the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railway
Co.; thence north 12°28'00" east 711.50 feet along said southeasterly boundary line: thence south 80°04'00" west 590.62 feet to the line of ordinary high tide of the Pacific Ocean; thence southerly along said line of ordinary high tide to said southeasterly boundary line; thence north 12°28'00" east
200.00 feet to the point of beginning. . Except that portion thereof included within the rights of way of the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Co., as described in the deed recorded in Book 187 page 18 of deeds in the Office of the County Recorder of Los Angeles County, California and the deed recorded May 19, 1938 in Book 940 page 321 of official records in the Office of the County Recorder of said Orange County.
(iii) Parcel 3. That portion of Tract No. 4202 in the City of San Clemente, County of Orange, State of California, as per map recorded in Book 152 pages 34 to 38 inclusive of miscellaneous maps, in the Office of the County Recorder of said county, described as follows:
Beginning at the northeasterly terminus of that certain course described as north 49°04'05'' east 29.95 feet in Parcel 1 of the deed to Capri Builders, Inc., recorded July 7, 1961, in Book 5776 page 642 of official records; thence along the boundary of said Parcel 1 the following courses: south 17° 20'00'' east 58.55 feet, southeasterly 72.14 feet along a curve concave northeasterly having a radius of 86.00 feet and a central angle of 48°03'40'', south 65°23'40'' east 72.44 feet, southeasterly 92.32 feet along a curve concave southwesterly having a radius of 510.00 feet and a central angle of 10°22' 20'', south 55°01'20'' east 174.48 feet, southeasterly 553.41 feet along a curve concave Southwesterly having a radius of 760.00 feet and a central angle of 41°43'15'', south 48°06'00" west 113.28 feet, southwesterly 89.38 feet along a curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 500.00 feet and a central angle of 10°14'30'', south 37°51'30'' west 110.50 feet, south 37°10'30" west 255.00 feet and south 52°49'30'' east, 20.00 feet to the southeasterly boundary of said tract the following courses: north 37°. 10'30" east 255.00 feet, north 37°51'30" east 110.38 feet, northeasterly 85.80 feet along a curve concave southeasterly having a radius of 480.00 feet and a central angle of 10°14'30'', north 48°06'00" east 147.93 feet, northwesterly 583.50 feet along a nontangent curve concave southwesterly having a radius of 800.00 feet and a central angle of 41°47'25'', north 55°01'20' west 174.48 feet, northwesterly 99.57 feet along a curve concave southwesterly having a radius of 550.00 feet and a central angle of 10°22'20'', north 65°23'40" west 72.44 feet, northwesterly and northeasterly 102.92 feet along a curve concave easterly having a radius of 46.00 feet and a central angle of 128°11'30'', north 62°47'50" east 866.40 feet, north 27°12'10" west 30.00 feet, south 62°47'50" west 926.47 feet and south 49°04'05'' west 15.44 feet to the point of beginning.
(iv) Parcel 4. An easement for right of 13'42.69'' east, record), 2767.82 feet along way, drainage and road purposes over
said westerly line of said Rancho to an interthat portion of Tract No. 4202 in the City
section with the southwesterly right-of-way
of State Highway XI-SD-2-D (U.S. 101); of San Clemente, County of Orange, State
thence along said southwesterly right-ofof California, as per map recorded in
way the following courses and distances: Book 152 pages 34 to 38 inclusive of mis
South 26°07'46" east, (south 26°10'41" cellaneous maps, in the Office of the east, record), 381.13 feet; south 28°49'21" County Recorder of said county included east, 605.56 feet; south 23°17'38'' east, 455.74 within a strip of land 20.00 feet wide, the feet; south 28°14'14" east, 215.48 feet; thence southeasterly line of which is described
leaving said southwesterly right-of-way south
35°14'09" west, 1371.92 feet; thence south as follows:
57°26'10'' west, 511.50 feet to an intersection Beginning at the northeasterly terminus of with the northeasterly right-of-way line of that certain course described as south 37° the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railway, 10'30" west 150.63 feet in the southeasterly said point of intersection being a point on line of the land described as Parcel 1 in a curve concave northeasterly having a radius the deed to Capri Builders, Inc., recorded of 2764.93 feet and a central angle of 4° records; thence south 37°10'30' west 150.63 56'02.5''; thence along said right-of-way an feet; thence south 35°58'30" west 172.45 feet arc distance of 238.09 feet to the point of to the beginning of a curve concave north beginning, containing 41.94 acres, more or westerly having a radius of 90.00 feet; thence less. southwesterly 78.06 feet along said curve through a central angle of 49°41'50''; thence § 408.3 Rules governing ingress or south 85°40'20" west 63.76 feet to the east
egress. erly line of the right of way of the Atchison
(a) For the purposes of section 1752 Topeka and Santa Fe Railway. The northwesterly line of said strip shall
of Title 18, United States Code, ingress be prolonged to terminate at said easterly
or egress to or from the building or line of the railway right-of-way.
grounds designated in § 408.2 and any
posted, cordoned off, or otherwise re(b) Temporary offices of the President
stricted areas of a building or grounds and his Staff: The buildings and grounds
where the President is or will be tempowhich constitute temporary offices of the
rarily visiting is authorized only for the President and his staff include the U.S.
following persons: Coast Guard San Mateo Point Loran Sta (1) Invitees: Persons invited by or tion, a parcel of land lying within the having appointments with the President, Rancho Santa Margarita y Las Flores the President's family, or members of (Camp Joseph H. Pendleton) in the the President's staff, County of San Diego, State of California, (2) Members of the President's staff, more particularly described as follows:
(3) Military and Communications Beginning at a point in the west line of
Personnel assigned to the Office of the
President, said Rancho Santa Margarita y Las Flores as per map recorded in Book 7 page 18 of
(4) Federal, State and local law enPatents and as shown on Record of Survey
forcement personnel engaged in the perMap No. 794, Records of said San Diego formance of their official duties and other County; said line being also the line be persons, whose presence is necessary to tween the Counties of San Diego and Orange, provide services or protection for the which bears north 13°13'37.28'' east, 485.14
premises or persons therein. feet from Corner No. 38 of Rancho Santa
(b) Authorized persons must possess Margarita y Las Flores, said point being the intersection of said west line and the
and display identification documents northeasterly line of the right-of-way of the
issued by or satisfactory to the U.S. SeAtchison Topeka and Santa Fe Railway; cret Service. thence north 13°13'37.28" east, (north 13• (c) Unauthorized entry is prohibited.