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$ 530.515 Certain remittances for nec
essary living expenses. (a) Remittances by any person through any domestic bank to any individual who is a citizen of the United States in Southern Rhodesia are hereby authorized on the following terms and conditions:
(1) Such remittances do not exceed $1,000 in any one calendar month to any payee and his household and are made only for the necessary living and traveling expenses of the payee and his household, except that an additional sum not exceeding $1,000 may be remitted once to such payee if such sum will be used for the purpose of enabling the payee or his household to return to the United States;
(2) Such remittances are not made from a suspense account other than from an account in a domestic bank in the name of, or in which the beneficial interest is held by, the payee or members of his household; and,
(3) Such remittances are not made directly or indirectly to any person if either the payee or a member of his household is engaged in business activities in Southern Rhodesia.
(b) As used in this section, the term “household” means:
(1) Those individuals sharing a common dwelling as a family; or
(2) Any individual not sharing a common dwelling with others as a family. (33 F.R. 14596, Sept. 28, 1968] 8 530.516 Letters of credit.
Blanket licenses will in general be issued authorizing domestic banks to pay drafts drawn under irrevocable letters of credit issued or confirmed by domestic banks prior to July 29, 1968. [33 F.R. 14597, Sept. 28, 1968] § 530.517 Remittances from Rhodesia
to persons in United States. Specific licenses will in general be issued authorizing debits to suspense accounts for remittances from persons in Southern Rhodesia to persons in the United States when the remittance is for any of the following purposes:
(a) Payment of a legacy;
(b) Payment of principal or interest on a loan made prior to July 29, 1968, provided the loan was not renewed or extended thereafter;
(c) Educational and medical expenses of dependents in the United States of persons in Southern Rhodesia;
(d) Maintenance of relatives in the United States of persons in Southern Rhodesia;
(f) Pension contributions in appropriate cases;
(g) Other personal remittances in appropriate cases;
(h) Travel and subsistence in the United States of Rhodesian nationals;
(i) Personal insurance premiums;
(j) Taxes or fees payable to the United States or to any state or other political subdivision. (33 F.R. 14597, Sept. 28, 1968]
Subpart F-Reports § 530.601 Records.
Every person engaging in any transaction subject to the provisions of this part shall keep a full and accurate record of each such transaction engaged in by him, regardless of whether such transaction is effected pursuant to license or otherwise, and such record shall be available for examination for at least 2 years after the date of such transaction. § 530.602 Reports to be furnished on
demand. Every person is required to furnish under oath, in the form of reports or otherwise, from time to time and at any time as may be required by the Secretary of the Treasury or any person acting under his direction or authorization complete information relative to any transaction subject to the provisions of this part. The Secretary of the Treasury or any person acting under his direction may require that such reports include the production of any books of account, contracts, letters, or other papers, connected with any such transaction in the custody or control of the persons required to make such reports. Reports with respect to transactions may be required either before or after such transactions are completed. The Secretary of the Treasury may, through any person or agency, investigate any such transaction or any violation of the provisions of this part regardless of whether any report has been required or filed in connection therewith.
Subpart G--Penalties 8 530.701 Penalties.
(a) Attention is directed to section 5(b) of the United Nations Participa
tion Act of 1945 (22 U.S.C. sec. 287(c)), the form and in accordance with the inwhich provides in part:
structions specified in the licenses.
(b) Specific licenses-(1) General Any person who willfully violates evades or attempts to violate or evade any
course of procedure. Transactions subject order, rule, or regulation issued by the Pres- to the prohibitions contained in Subpart ident pursuant to subsection (a) of this B of this part which are not authorized section shall, upon conviction be fined not by general license may be effected only more than $10,000, or, if a natural person,
under specific license. Form TFAC-26, be imprisoned for not more than 10 years,
Revised, is the specific license form. The or both; and the officer, director, or agent of
specific licensing activities of the Ofice any corporation who knowingly participates in such violation or evasion shall be punished
of Foreign Assets Control are performed by a like fine, imprisonment, or both, and by the central organization and the Fedany property, funds, securities, papers, or eral Reserve Bank of New York. When other articles or documents, or any vessel, an unusual problem is presented, the protogether with her tackle, apparel, furniture,
posed action is cleared with the Direcand equipment, or vehicle, or aircraft, con
tor of Foreign Assets Control or such cerned in such violation shall be forfeited to the United States. (Dec. 20, 1945, ch. 583, sec.
person as the Director may designate. 5, 59 Stat. 620; Oct. 10, 1949, ch. 660, sec. 3,
(2) Applications for specific licenses. 63 Stat. 735.)
Applications for specific licenses to en
gage in any transaction prohibited by or This section of the United Nations Par
pursuant to this part are to be filed in ticipation Act of 1945 is applicable to
duplicate on Form TFAC-25, revised, violations of any provisions of this part
with the Federal Reserve Bank of New and to violations of the provisions of any
York. Any person having an interest in license, ruling, regulation, order, direc
a transaction or proposed transaction tion or instruction issued pursuant to this
may file an application for a license aupart or otherwise under section 5 of the
thorizing the effecting of such transacUnited Nations Participation Act, Execu
tion, and there is no requirement that tive Order 11322, and Executive Order
any other person having an interest in 11419.
such transaction shall or should join in (b) Attention is also directed to 18 making or filing such application. U.S.C. 1001 which provides:
(3) Information to be supplied. Appli
cants must supply all information speciWhoever, in any matter within the jurisdic
fied by the respective forms and instruction of any department or agency of the United States knowingly and willfully fal
tions. Such documents as may be relesifies, conceals, or covers up by any trick,
vant shall be attached to each applicascheme, or device a material fact, or makes tion as a part of such application except any false, fictitious or fraudulent statements that documents previously filed with the or representations, or makes or uses any Office of Foreign Assets Control may, false writing or document knowing the same where appropriate, be incorporated by to contain any false, fictitious or fraudulent
reference. Applicants may be required to statement or entry, shall be fined not more
furnish such further information as is than $10,000 or imprisoned not more than 5 years, or both.
deemed necessary to a proper determina
tion by the Control. If an applicant or Subpart H— Procedures
other party in interest desires to present
additional information or discuss or § 530.801 Licenses.
argue the application, he may do so at (a) General licenses. General licenses any time before or after decision. Armay be issued authorizing, under appro- rangements for oral presentation should priate terms and conditions, types of be made with the Control. transactions subject to the prohibitions (4) Effect of denial. The denial of a contained in subpart B of this part. All license does not preclude the reopening such licenses are set forth in subpart E of an application or the filing of a of this part. It is the policy of the Office further application. The applicant or of Foreign Assets Control not to grant any other party in interest may at any applications for specific licenses author- time request explanation of the reasons izing transactions to which the provi- for a denial by correspondence or persions of an outstanding general license sonal interview. are applicable. Persons availing them- (5) Reports under specific licenses. As selves of certain general licenses are re- a condition upon the issuance of any quired to file reports and statements in license, the licensee may be required to file reports with respect to the transac- tary, naval, or foreign affairs function tion covered by the license, in such form of the United States or any matter relatand at such times and places as may be ing to agency management or personnel prescribed in the license or otherwise. or to public property, loans, grants, bene
(6) Issuance of license. Licenses will fits, or contracts, and except when interbe issued by the Office of Foreign Assets pretative rules, general statements of Control acting on behalf of the Secretary policy, or rules of agency organization, of the Treasury or by the Federal Re- practice, or procedure are involved or serve Bank of New York, acting in ac- when notice and public procedure are cordance with such regulations, rulings, impracticable, unnecessary or contrary and instructions as the Secretary of the to the public interest, interested persons Treasury or the Office of Foreign Assets will be afforded an opportunity to parControl may from time to time prescribe, ticipate in rule making through submisin such cases or classes of cases as the sion of written data, views, or argument, Secretary of the Treasury or the Office with oral presentation in the discretion of Foreign Assets Control may determine, of the Director. In general, rule making or licenses may be issued by the Secre- by the Office of Foreign Assets Control tary of the Treasury acting directly or involves foreign affairs functions of the through any person, agency, or instru- United States. Whenever possible, howmentality designated by him.
ever, it is the practice to hold informal
consultations with interested groups or $ 530.802 [Reserved]
persons before the issuance of any rule $ 530.803 Decision.
or other public document. The Office of Foreign Assets Control or
(b) Any interested person may petithe Federal Reserve Bank of New York
tion the Director of Foreign Assets Conwill advise each applicant of the decision
trol in writing for the issuance, amendrespecting applications filed by him. The ment or repeal of any rule. decision of the Office of Foreign Assets
§ 530.807 Delegation by the Secretary of Control acting on behalf of the Secretary the Treasury. of the Treasury with respect to an application shall constitute final
Any action which the Secretary of the
Treasury is authorized to take pursuant
to Executive Order 11322 and Executive $ 530.804 Records and reporting.
Order 11419 may be taken by the Direc(a) Records are required to be kept
tor of the Office of Foreign Assets Conby every person engaging in any trans- trol, or by any other person to whom the action subject to the provisions of this
Secretary of the Treasury has delegated part, as provided in $ 530.601.
authority so to act. (b) Reports may be required from 8 530.808 Customs procedures; any person with respect to any trans- chandise specified in § 530.201. action subject to the provisions of this
(a) With respect to merchandise specpart as provided in $ 530.602.
ified in § 530.201, whether or not such $ 530.805 Amendment, modification, or merchandise has been imported into the revocation.
United States, district directors of cusThe provisions of this part and any
toms shall not accept or allow any: rulings, licenses, authorizations, instruc- (1) Entry for consumption (including tions, orders, or forms issued thereunder any appraisement, entry, any entry of may be amended, modified, or revoked at goods imported in the mails, regardless any time. In general, the public interest of value, and any other informal requires that such amendments, modi
entries); fications, or revocations be made with- (2) Entry for immediate exportation; out prior notice.
(3) Entry for transportation and $ 530.806 Rule making.
(4) Withdrawal from warehouse; (a) All rules and other public docu- (5) Transfer or withdrawal from a ments are issued by the Secretary of the foreign-trade zone; or Treasury upon recommendation of the (6) Manipulation or manufacture in a Director of the Office of Foreign Assets warehouse or in a foreign-trade zone, Control or by the Director of the Office unless either: of Foreign Assets Control. Except to the (i) The merchandise was imported extent that there is involved any mili- prior to July 29, 1968, and in the case of
merchandise listed in $ 530.505(b) was imported prior to January 5, 1967,
(i) An applicable general license appears in subpart E hereof,
(iii) A specific license issued pursuant to this part is presented, or
(iv) Instructions from the Office of Foreign Assets Control, either directly or through the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, authorizing the transaction are received.
(b) Whenever a specific license is presented to a district director of customs in accordance with this section, one additional legible copy of the entry, withdrawal or other appropriate document with respect to the merchandise involved shall be filed with the district director of customs at the port where the transaction is to take place. Each copy of any such entry, withdrawal, or other appropriate document, including the additional copy, shall bear plainly on its face the number of the license pursuant to which it is filed. The original copy of the specific license shall be presented to the district director in respect of each such transaction and shall bear a notation in ink by the licensee or person presenting the license showing the description, quantity, and value of the merchandise to be entered, withdrawn, or otherwise dealt with. This notation should be so placed and so written that there will exist no possibility of confusing it with anything placed on the license at the time of its issuance. If the license in fact authorizes the entry, withdrawal or other transaction with regard to the merchandise the district director, or other authorized customs employee, shall verify the notation by signing or initialing it after first assuring himself that it accurately describes the merchandise it purports to represent. The license shall
thereafter be returned to the person presenting it and the additional copy of the entry, withdrawal, or other appropriate document shall be forwarded by the district director to the Ofice of Foreign Assets Control.
(c) Whenever a person shall present an entry, withdrawal, or other appropriate document affected by this section and shall assert that no specific Foreign Assets Control license is required in connection therewith, the district director of customs shall withhold action thereon and shall advise such person to communicate directly with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York to request that instructions be issued to the district director to authorize him to take action with regard thereto. § 530.809 Rules governing availability
of information. (a) The records of the Office of Foreign Assets Control required by 5 U.S.C. 552 to be made available to the public shall be made available in accordance with the definitions, procedures, payment of fees, and other provisions of the regulations on the Disclosure of Records of the Office of the Secretary and of other bureaus and offices of the Department issued under 5 U.S.C. 552 and published as Part 1 of this Title 31 of the Code of Federal Regulations, 32 F.R. 9562, July 1, 1967.
(b) Form TFAC-25, revised, and any other form used in connection with the Rhodesian Sanctions Regulations may be obtained in person from or by writing to the Office of Foreign Assets Control, Treasury Department, Washington, D.C. 20220, or the Foreign Assets Control Division, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 33 Liberty Street, New York, N.Y. 10045.
CHAPTER VI—BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND
Part 605 Regulations governing conduct on Bureau of Engraving and Printing Build
ing and grounds and Bureau of Engraving and Printing Annex Building and grounds.
PART 605–REGULATIONS GOVERN
ING CONDUCT ON BUREAU OF
GROUNDS Sec. 605.1 Authority. 605.2 Applicability. 605.3 Recording presence. 605.4 Preservation of property. 605.5 Compliance with signs and directions. 605.6 Nuisances. 605.7 Gambling. 605.8 Intoxicating beverages, narcotics,
and drugs. 605.9 Soliciting, vending, debt collection,
and distribution of handbills. 605.10 Photographs. 605.11 Dogs and other animals. 605.12 Vehicular and pedestrian trafic. 605.13 Weapons and explosives. 605.14 Penalties and other law.
AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 605 issued under 5 U.S.C. 301; Delegation, Administrator, General Services, 35 F.R. 14426; Treasury Dept. Order 177–25 (Revision 1), 35 F.R. 15312.
SOURCE: The provisions of this Part 605 appear at 33 F.R. 10142, July 16, 1968, unless otherwise noted. $ 605.) Authority.
The regulations in this part governing conduct in and on the Bureau of Engraying and Printing Building and grounds and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Annex Building and grounds lo
cated in Washington, D.C., at 14th and C Streets SW., 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 Seryices, 35 F.R. 14426 (1970), and in accordance with the authority vested in the Director of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing by Treasury Department Order No. 177-25 (Revision 1), 35 F.R. 15312 (1970). [33 F.R. 10142, July 16, 1968, as amended at 35 F.R. 17250, Nov. 10, 1970) 8 605.2 Applicability.
The regulations in this part apply to the building and grounds of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Building and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Annex Building located in Washington, D.C., at 14th and C Streets SW., and to all persons entering in or on such property. Unless otherwise stated herein, the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Building and grounds and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Annex Building and grounds shall be referred to in the regulations in this part as the “property". It is the responsibility of the occupant agencies to require obseryance of the regulations in this part by their employees. $ 605.3 Recording presence.
Except as otherwise ordered, the property shall be closed to the public during other than normal working hours. The