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(6) Signed original of Form CCC-329-3, Statement of Transmittal of Ocean Bill of Lading.
(7) Form NOCO-467, signed for the Administrator, showing that the price is approved for financing.
(8) One copy (or photostat) of the weight and tare sheets certified by a U.S. warehouseman or one copy (or photostat) of a weight certificate and tare sheets issued at U.S port of export by an authorized weigher. The certification of the U.S. warehouseman or authorized weigher must show markings, supplier's name, CCC Registration Number, Purchase Authorization Number, gross weight, type of bagging, number of ties, and weight of patches, if any, for each bale and the tare. The gross weight minus tare shall constitute net weight. The certification must also state that cotton in the shipment was weighed after the last sampling and not more than 30 days prior to the date of certification.
(9) All documents shall be identified with the CCC Registration Number.
(W) Extra long staple cotton:
(1) A copy of the supplier's invoice, which shall show the contracted quality described in terms of the Official Cotton Standards of the United States, unless the sale is made against private types. If the sale is against private type, show private type name.
(2) Signed original of Form CCC–329, Supplier's Certificate:
(a) From the supplier of the commodity, and
(b) If any part of the ocean freight is financed on cost and freight or c.i.f. sales, also from supplier of ocean freight.
(3) (a) A copy of the ocean bill of lading, or
(b) In lieu of the bill of lading required in paragraph (3) (a) above, there may be substituted a nonnegotiable copy (or photostat) of a port or custody bill of lading dated within the delivery period specified in the purchase authorization, with on-board endorsement dated not later than 20 days after the final delivery date specified in the purchase authorization.
(4) Signed original of Form CCC-106–3, Advice of Vessel Approval.
(5) A nonnegotiable copy of the insurance policy or certificate, if c.i.f.
(6) Signed original of Form CCC-329–3, Statement of Transmittal of Ocean Bill of Lading.
(7) Form NOCO 467 signed for the Administrator, showing that the price is approved for financing.
(8) One copy (or photostat) of the weight and tare sheets certified by a U.S. warehouseman or one copy (or photostat) of a weight certificate and tare sheets issued at U.S. port of export by an authorized weigher. The certifications of the U.S. warehouseman or authorized weigher must show markings, supplier's name, CCC Registration Number, Purchase Authorization Number, gross weight, type of bagging, number of ties, and weight of patches, if any, for each bale and the tare. The gross weight minus tare shall constitute net weight. The certification must also state that cotton in the shipment was weighed after the last sampling and not more than 30 days prior to the date of certification.
(9) All documents shall be identified with the CCC Registration Number.
CHAPTER CONSUMER AND MARKETING SERVICE
(Standards, Inspections, Marketing Practices)
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
NOTE: The title of Chapter I was changed as set forth above at 30 F.R. 2129, February 17, 1965. For individual documentation of the nomenclature changes in this chapter, see the "List of Sections Affected.”
SUBCHAPTER A-COMMODITY STANDARDS AND STANDARD CONTAINER
REGULATIONS Part 26 Grain standards. 27 Cotton classification under cotton futures legislation. 28 Cotton classing, testing, and standards. 29 Tobacco inspection. 30 Tobacco stocks and standards. 31 Wool standards. 33 Export apples and pears. 34 Tobacco Seed and Plant Exportation Act. 35 Export grapes and plums. 41 Standard containers. 42 Standards for condition of food containers. 43 Standards for sampling plans. 44 Standards for sugar and sugarcane products. 45 [Reserved]
SUBCHAPTER A COMMODITY STANDARDS AND STANDARD
PART 26-GRAIN STANDARDS
DEFINITIONS Sec. 26.1 Words in singular form. 26.2 Terms defined.
Sec. 26.4 26.5 26.6 26.7
Form of application.
DUTIES OF LICENSED INSPECTORS Sec. 26.12 Inspector to post license. 26.13 Inspector to give notice of changes. 26.14 Reporting violations, adulteration, ir
regularly loaded cars, etc. 26.15
Instructions by Federal grain super
visor. 26.16 Instructions by chief inspectors. 26.17 Discriminatory and unreasonable fees
forbidden. 26.18 Inspection and grading consist of. 26.19 Inspection and grading, when re
quired. 26.20 Inspector may inspect grain, when. 26.21 Inspection and grading to be based
on representative sample. 26.22 Inspection and grading of submitted
samples. 26.23 Inspector not to be interested in
grain. 26.24 Qualifications of sampler. 26.25 Reinspections. 26.26 Reinspection certificates. 26.27 Inspection not to be made, when. 26.28 Form of certificate to be approved. 26.29 Certificates, form of. 26.30 Additional statements on certificates
subject to approval. 26.30a Additional statements which may be
included on certificates. 26.31 Signature of inspector. 26.32 Date of inspection. 26.33 Certification of crop year, prohibited. 26.34 "Heavily loaded car" certificates. 26.35 Copies of superseded certificates. 26.36 Inspection after appeal. 26.37 Inspector not to prevent appeal. 26.38 Methods of certification. 26.39 Certification of grain in vessels. 26.40 Inspector to make records. 26.41 Record to be made accessible. 26.42 Copies of certificates to be filled with
supervisor. 26.43 Supervisor may extend time limit. 26.44 Suspension, cancellation, and revoca
tion of licenses. 26.45 Issuance of licenses after suspension
or cancellation. 26.46 Surrender of license, when.
APPEALS 26.47 Appeal, when may be taken. 26.48 Appeals, how taken. 26.49 Advance notice of appeal. 26.50 Contents of application. 26.51 Inspection certificate, filing of. 26.52 Extension of time. 26.53 Date of filing. 26.54 Receipt of papers to be recorded. 26.55 Opportunity for hearing. 26.56 Notice of hearing. 26.57 Oral hearing, before whom held. 26.58 Testimony under oath. 26.59 Production of books and papers. 26.60 Appeal may be dismissed, when. 26.61 Supervisor to determine grade. 26.62 Objection to supervisor's grade may
be filed. 26.63 Review by board.
Sec. 26.64 Direct appeal to board. 26.65 Original and copies of Federal appeal
grade certificate. 26.66 Findings of the Secretary.
DISPUTES 26.67 Disputes, how taken. 26.68 Complaint, time of filing. 26.69 Advance notice of dispute. 26.70 Contents of complaint. 26.71 Appeal regulations applicable to dis
putes. SAMPLES IN APPEALS AND DISPUTES 26.72 Representative sample. 26.73 Representative samples, how pro
DEPARTMENT CHARGES AND FEES 26.74 Fees and charges. 26.75 Fees, against whom assessed. 26.76 Deposits.
HEARINGS 26.77 Hearings, notice, and record. 26.78 Section 5 cases. 26.79 Conduct of hearings. PROVISIONS GOVERNING GRAIN MERCHANDISING 26.80 Inspection to be obtained, where. 26.81 Limitations on use of "heavily loaded
car" certificate. 26.82 Arrival inspection valid for out ship
ment of reconsigned cars. 26.83 Certificate which has been superseded
shall not represent grade of grain. 26.84 Final appeal or dispute grade certii.
cate supersedes previous certifi
cates. 26.85 Required inspections not to be pre
vented. 26.86 Right of appeal or dispute not to be
impaired. 26.87 Uninspected grain.
SAMPLES OF STANDARDS 26.88 Loaning of samples.
Subpart B Standards OFFICIAL GRAIN STANDARDS OF THE UNITED
STATES FOR WHEAT 26.101 Terms defined. 26.102 Wheat. 26.103 Dockage. 26.104 Foreign material. 26.105 Other grains. 26.106 Damaged kernels. 26.107 Heat-damaged kernels. 26.108 Contrasting classes. 26.109 Shrunken and broken kernels. 26.110 0.064 8 38 oblong hole sieve. 26.111 Stones. 26.112 Defects. 26.113 Principles governing application of
standards. 26.114 Basis of determination. 26.115 Percentages. 26.116 Moisture. 26.117 Test weight per bushel. 26.118 Classes.