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bureau. Food and beverages may be permitted even though they are not wrapped, packaged, boxed, or bottled off the premises in individual sales portions, if they can be dispensed under sanitary conditions. The State licensing agency may be required to obtain statements from State or local health authorities to establish that such sale does not endanger health.

(c) The permit shall contain adequate provisions to prevent material defacement or damage to property, including provision that when alterations are to be made by other than the United States, they will be made with approval of, and under supervision of, the appropriate official of the Federal Government.

(d) The permit shall contain any other reasonable conditions necessary for the protection of the Government and prospective patrons of vending stands, including, where appropriate, public liability insurance when food and beverages are prepared on the premises. However, under no circumstances shall conditions be imposed which would require a vending stand to provide a seryice not usually associated with such & stand.

(e) The State licensing agencies or the blind operators shall secure all the necessary licenses or permits required by the United States, State, or local Governments, and shall comply with all lawful orders of the Health Department of the interested city, county, or State and the Medical Units of the Department.

(f) The permit shall describe the location of the vending stand proper and locations of vending machines to be operated on the property. f 11.5 Report on noncompliance with

provisions of permit or on other mat.

ters. The permit, together with the applicable rules, regulations, and policies of the State licensing agency, shall govern operation of the vending stand, and all officials and employees of the Treasury Department shall encourage conduct and operation in accordance with such permit, rules, regulations, and policies. Bureaus shall cooperate with the State licensing agency with respect to the foregoing and report to it any significant violations or other relevant matters which come to their attention. If a bureau be

lieves that a State licensing agency is not taking proper action, the matter should be referred to the Administrative Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, through the head of the bureau. § 11.6 Referral of disagreements and

appeals on provisions of permit. (a) If the individual representing a bureau and responsible for granting a permit is unable to agree with a State licensing agency upon (1) whether a vending stand is to be permitted, (2) a suitable location, (3) whether a vending machine is in competition with a vending stand, or (4) other terms of the permit (including the articles which may be sold), the matter shall be referred to the Administrative Assistant Secretary of the Treasury through the head of the bureau. The Adminstrative Assistant Secretary will determine the action to be taken. These provisions shall be equally applicable whether disagreement relates to terms and conditions of a new permit or of any amendment of the permit.

(b) Upon appeal, full investigation will be undertaken. A full report shall be obtained from the representative from whose decision the appeal is being taken. The State licensing agency shall be given opportunity to present information. A final decision shall be rendered, within ninety days of the filing of the appeal, by the Administrative Assistant Secretary.

(c) Notification of the decision on appeal and the action taken thereon will be reported by the Administrative Assistant Secretary to the State licensing agency and to the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. At the end of each fiscal year the Administrative Assistant Secretary will report to the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare the total number of applications for vending stand locations received from State licensing agencies, the number accepted, the number denied, and the number still pending. § 11.7

Bureaus' procedures for assuring preference. (a) The head of each bureau in control of the maintenance, operation, and protection of any Federal property shall maintain procedures in order to insure compliance with this part.

(b) The bureau shall designate a representative for each property location

under its control to cooperate with the State Ucensing agency.

(c) The name of each representative shall be communicated in writing to the State licensing agency of the State in which the property is located.

(d) The representative of the bureau and the State licensing agency, if requested by the latter, shall conduct a joint survey in order to ascertain whether, and if so, in what locations, vending stands may be properly, profitably, and satisfactorily operated by blind persons.

(e) The bureau shall make alterations or repairs that are reasonable and feasible to accommodate the vending stands. If it is not feasible for the bureau to make such alterations or repairs, the State licensing agency may be permitted to arrange for such repairs at its own expense, provided adequate steps are taken to protect the interest of the Federal Government, including an understanding that the State licensing agency will make such repairs and alterations subject to the approval of and under the supervision of the appropriate official of the Federal Government.

Subtitle B— Regulations Relating to Money

and Finance



Part 53

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Instructions of the Secretary of the Treasury concerning wrongfully withheld

gold coin and gold bullion delivered after January 17, 1934.
Gold regulations.
Proclamation fixing the weight of the gold dollar.
Office of Domestic Gold and Silver Operations sale of silver.
Newly-minted domestic silver regulations of 1965.
Table of charges and regulations of the mints and assay offices of the United

States for processing silver and assaying bullion, metals, and ores.
Regulations governing conduct in or on the Bureau of the Mint buildings

and grounds.
Bureau of the Mint operations and procedures.
Office of Domestic Gold and Silver Operations procedures and descriptions

of forms.
Exchange of paper currency and coin.
Instructions relating to reports of currency transactions.
Proclamations and Executive Orders concerning banking.
Emergency banking regulations.
General licenses issued under Executive Order 6073, as amended.
Executive Order of January 15, 1934, regulating transactions in foreign

exchange, transfers of credit, and export of coin and currency. Transactions in foreign exchange, transfers of credit, and export of coin

and currency.

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ABBREVIATION: The following abbreviation is used in this chapter:

C. P. D.=Commissioner of the Public Debt.

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