Defense Production Act: Hoarding and Strategic Materials: Hearing Before ..., 81-2 ..., December 20, 1950

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Page 19 - ... in such manner, upon such conditions, and to such extent as he shall deem necessary or appropriate to promote the national defense.
Page 21 - Any person affected by any provision of this part may file an application for an adjustment or exception upon the ground that such provision works an exceptional hardship upon him, not suffered by others, or that its enforcement against him would not be in the interest of the national defense program. Such an application may be made by letter or telegram addressed to the Under Secretary for Transportation, Washington 25, DC, reference T-1.
Page 21 - ... is guilty of a crime and, upon conviction, may be punished by fine or imprisonment or both. In addition, administrative action may be taken against any such person to suspend...
Page 21 - No person shall be held liable for damages or penalties for any default under any contract...
Page 23 - ... of the Office of International Trade, arms and ammunition, and commodities controlled under the Atomic Energy Act (see section 2 of this Interpretation). Transportation Order T-2 applies to the transportation of commodities of any kind which are destined to Communist China (Order T-2 also prohibits American ships and aircraft from calling at any port or place in Communist China). Since Communist China is in...
Page 23 - American flag ships and aircraft from calling at any port or other place in Communist China). For example, an American flag ship may call at one of the restricted ports (except one in Communist China), even though it has on board the following classes of commodities: (a) a Positive List commodity manifested to a destination outside the restricted area, with an export license and an export declaration showing...
Page 30 - Senate, unless otherwise required to be so appointed, and (2) upon the condition that such officials consult with the Attorney General and with the Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission...
Page 21 - Part 399) (as amended from time to time) of the Comprehensive Export Schedule of the Office of International Trade, Department of Commerce, (b) articles on the list of arms, ammunition and implements of war coming within the meaning of Proclamation No.
Page 29 - SEC. 401. (a) There is hereby created a new and independent agency to be known as the Economic Stabilization Agency, hereafter in this Part referred to as the Agency. There shall be at the head of the Agency an Economic Stabilization Administrator, hereafter in this Part referred to as the Administrator, who shall be appointed by the President by and with the advice and consent of the Senate.
Page 20 - Section 1 Prohibited transportation and discharge. No person shall transport in any ship documented under the laws of the United States or in any aircraft registered under the laws of the United States any commodity at the time...

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