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$ 500.63 District offices. The Administration maintains one District Office at Denison, Texas, known as the TexasLouisiana Area Office.
the control of the War Department. See Order No. 2135 (10 F. R. 14527).
(c) Enter into certain contracts for construction, supplies, and services. See $ 4.100 of Title 43, infra.
$ 500.42 Chiefs, Engineering and Operations Divisions. The Chief of the Division of Engineering and the Chief of the Division of Operations, respectively, may too enter into certain construction contracts. See $ 501.10 of Title 18, supra.
$ 500.43 Chief Counsel. The Chief Counsel may determine certain claims under the Federal Tort Claims Act. See 43 CFR Supps., Part 4.
PLACE TO OBTAIN INFORMATION AND MAKE
REQUESTS $ 500.60 Inquiries and requests. Information concerning the policies and programs of the Administration, wholesale power rates, power contracts, procedure, availability of supply and construction plans may be obtained by addressing the Administrator, Southwestern Power Administration, Post Office Drawer 1619, Tulsa 1, Oklahoma. In Washington, D. C., information regarding policies, functions and operations of the Southwestern Power Administration may be obtained from Rooms 6328-6326, Department of the Interior Building. Inquiries regarding power contracts, including rates, availability of supply, and contracts which concern the Texas-Louisiana Area may be addressed to the Southwestern Power Administration, Munson Building, Post Office Box 336, Denison, Texas.
$ 500.61 Location of headquarters organization. The Administrator of the Southwestern Power Administration and his staff are located in the Administration Building of the Government Aircraft Plant No. 3, located approximately nine miles northeast of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Washington Office is located in Rooms 6326-6328, Department of the Interior Building.
$ 500.62 Division of Operations. The Division of Operations maintains no field offices or depots at the present time. As construction work on the Norfork-Denison Tie Line and the feeder lines is completed and these lines are turned over to the Division of Operations, field offices and depots will be established for the operation and maintenance of these lines.
Subpart B-Procedure $ 500.100 Rates. Proposed rate schedules are initiated by the Power Distribution Sales and Contract Unit of the Division of Engineering. They are reviewed by the Controller, General Counsel, and the Assistant Administrator. Proposed rates are then submitted to the Administrator and, if he approves, are forwarded to the Secretary through the Division of Power Rates approved by the Secretary are submitted by the Administrator to the Federal Power Commission for confirmation and approval pursuant to the requirements of the act of December 22, 1944 (Sec. 5, 58 Stat. 890; 16 U.S.C. 825s).
$ 500.101 Marketing activities. In marketing power, the Southwestern Power Administration negotiates power sales contracts with public bodies, cooperatives, privately owned utilities, the large industrial customers who take power in wholesale quantities and other Federal agencies. Contacts are made throughout the United States with potential industrial customers who indicate interest in establishing plants in the Southwest. All possible service leading to increased and more efficient use of power is rendered to customers or prospective customers.
Coordination of programs of power distribution and use is carried on in cooperation with other bureaus and agencies of the Department of the Interior, other Federal departments, and particularly with the Rural Electrification Administration.
Initial power marketing contacts are generally made by the Texas-Louisiana Area Office or the Power Distribution Sales and Contract Unit of the Division of Engineering. Power utilization by rural electric cooperatives, public bodies, and potential industrial customers is stressed in every possible way.
PART 501-DELEGATIONS OF
AUTHORITY 8 501.10 Construction contracts. Pursuant to $ 4.860 (a) of Title 43, infra, Floyd E. Conway, Chief, Engineering Section, and Philroy C. Gale, Chief, Operations Section, are each hereby authorized to separately enter into construction contracts in conformity with applicable regulations and statutory requirements and subject to the availability of appropriations. The authority granted by this section includes the au
thority to issue change orders and extra work orders pursuant to a contract, and to enter into modifications of a contract which are legally permissible, but does not include the authority to terminate a contract. (Secs, 3, 12, 60 Stat. 238, 244; 5 U.S.C. 1002, 1011) (Delegation, Mar. 24, 1947, 12 F.R. 2050]
TITLE 19—CUSTOMS DUTIES
Chapter 1-Bureau of Customs, Department of the Treasury....
CHAPTER I–BUREAU OF CUSTOMS
N. B.: Dates appearing in the citations of source of documents codified in this chapter, such as dates of issuance, approval, or effectiveness, are obtained from the original document. For general statutory provisions governing effective dates, validity, and constructive notice see section 7 of the Federal Register Aet (49 Stat. 502; 44 U.S.C. 307) and sections 3 and 4 of the Administrative Procedure Act (60 Stat. 238; 5 U.S.C. 1002, 1003).
Measurement of vessels. (Amended)
Customs relations with contiguous foreign territory. [Amended] 6 Air commerce regulations. (Amended)
Liability for duties, entry of imported merchandise. (Amended]
Special classes of merchandise. [Cross Reference) 14 Appraisement. (Amended] 16 Liquidation of duties. (Amended)
Protests and reappraisements. (Amended) 18 Transportation in bond and merchandise in transit. (Amended)
Customs warehouses and control of merchandise therein. (Amended) 22 Drawback. (Amended) 23 Enforcement of customs and navigation laws. (Amended) 24 Customs financial and accounting procedure, [Amended) 26 Disclosure of information. (Amended) 53 Importation free of duty of food, clothing, and medical, surgical and other
supplies under emergency proclamations of the President. (Amended] 54 Certain importations free of duty during the war. (Amended] 56 Extensions of time pursuant to proclamation of the President under section
318, Tariff Act of 1930. (Amended) 100 Organization; functions, and procedures of the Bureau of Customs.
ABBREVIATIONS: The following abbreviations are used in this chapter:
Supplement, Code of Federal Regulations
Reg. Reorg. R.S.
(b) and (c) amended, by T.D. 51809, approved Dec. 18, 1947, 12 F.R. 8812]
PART 2–MEASUREMENT OF
VESSELS Sec. 2.46 Open shelter deck space. (Amended) 2.49 Deductions from gross tonnage.
(Amended] $ 2.46 Open shelter deck space. *** (c) Coamings.
If any such opening is guarded by rails or stanchions they shall be so arranged that they may not be used to secure or assist in securing a cover over that opening.
PART 3—DOCUMENTATION OF
Vessels exempt from documentation.
(Amended) 3.17 Home port; definition; change of.
(Revised) 3.24 Change of master. (Amended)
$ 3.5 Vessels exempt from documentation. (a)
(2) Canal boats, barges, or other boats used in whole or in part on canals or on the internal waters of a State, without sail or internal motive power of their own, not engaged in trade with contiguous foreign territory, and not carrying passengers.
(3) Barges or boats without sail or internal motive power of their own plying in whole or in part on inland rivers or lakes of the United States, not engaged in trade with contiguous foreign territory, and not carrying passengers. (Subparagraphs (2) and (3) amended by T.D. 51627, approved Feb. 10, 1947, 12 F.R. 1076]
CODIFICATION: In the first sentence of $ 2.46 (c), the comma after the words "batch covers" was changed to a period and the sentence set forth above was substituted in lieu of the remainder of the paragraph by Treasury Decision 51617. Commissioner of Customs, approved Jan. 28, 1947, 12 F.R. 790.
$ 2.49 Deductions from gross tonnage. * *
(b) No space shall be deducted unless it has been included previously in 'the vessel's gross tonnage; is reasonable in extent for the purpose to which it is appropriated; and is certified by marking as prescribed in paragraph (c) of this section showing that it is used exclusively for such purpose.
(c) The marking required by paragraph (b) of this section shall read: “Certified for the accommodation of Master," "Certified to accommodate---seamen,” “Certified for boatswain's stores," "Certified chart house,” or “Certified W. C.," as the case may be. Certifications for other deductible spaces shall read: "Certified ----," inserting an appropriate designation of the space. The following abbreviations may be used: "Cert. Accom. Master," "Cert. Accom. --- Seamen,” “Cert. Boatswain's Stores," "Cert. Chart House," "Cert. W. C.,” or “Cert. ----," inserting the space designation. The marking shall at all times be center-punched or otherwise cut at least one-eighth of an inch in metal, or carved or branded at least three-eighths of an inch in wood over the doorway on the inside of the deductible space. Roman letters and Arabic numerals of at least one-half of an inch in height shall be used and shall be readily legible at all times. If desired, the marking may be made on a plate of metal (but not of other material) permanently fastened in place by means of welding, riv. eting, or lock-type screws. (Paragraphs
$ 3.17 Home port; definition; change of. (a) A vessel's home porto is that port where documents may be issued to vessels which has been fixed and determined by the owner with the approval of the Commissioner of Customs or of an officer or employee of the Bureau desig
For the purposes of the navigation laws of the United States .
every vessel of the United States shall have a "home port" in the United States, including Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico, which port the owner of such vessel, subject to the approval of the Director of the Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation of the Department of Commerce (Commissioner of Customs), shall specifically fix and determine, and subject to such approval may from time to time change. Such home port shall be shown in the register, enrollment, and license, or license of such vessel, which documents, respectively, are referred to as the vessel's document. The home port shown in the document of any vessel of the United States in force on February 16, 1925, shall be deemed to have been fixed and determined in accordance with the provisions hereof. . . . (46 U. S. C. 18, sec. 102, Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1946; 3 CFR, 1946 Supp., Chapter IV)
nated for the purpose by the Commissioner of Customs pursuant to section 103 of Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1946 (3 CFR, 1946 Supp., Chapter IV). It is the port at which a vessel's permanent documents are issued, but it shall appear in all documents whether they are permanent or temporary.
(b) The owner of a vessel shall submit to the collector the designation of a home port for the vessel on customs Form 1319, signed as provided for in $ 3.13 (a). When the designation is filed with the collector at the port designated as the home port of the vessel, the designation shall be in duplicate. When the designation is filed with the collector at any port other than the port designated as the home port of the vessel, the designation shall be in triplicate. If the home port so designated is different from the last previous home port of the vessel, the owner shall also request the collector at the previous home port to forward to the collector at the designated home port an abstract of title on customs Form 1331.
(c) If the home port designated is the port at or nearest the place in the same customs collection district where the vessel business of the owner is conducted, if the vessel has previously been documented as a vessel of the United States, and if the designation is presented to the collector at the port where a temporary document is to be issued to the vessel, or at the home port designated, together with recordable bills of sale establishing the complete chain of title to the vessel from the last owner of record, the collector, after examining the bills of sale of the vessel and the abstract of title on customs Form 1331, shall forward to the Bureau the duplicate copy of the designation, when approved by him or an employee in his ofice properly designated to grant such approvals. If the designation is presented to the collector at a port other than the home port, he shall forward to the collector at the home port the triplicate copy of the designation.
(d) In all other cases, the collector, after examining the bills of sale of the vessel and the abstract of title on customs Form 1331, shall transmit the original of the application, together with all required copies, to the Bureau. When approved, the original will be returned to the collector transmitting the designation. If the designation is submitted
to the Bureau by the collector at a port other than the home port, the Bureau will also forward a copy of the designation to the collector at the home port.
(e) When it is impracticable to establish the complete chain of title by recordable bills of sale, the collector shall inform the Bureau of the facts and circumstances, and shall state whether or not he is of the opinion that the applicant has legal title to the vessel.
(f) If an owner desires that the home port be elsewhere than the port at or nearest the place in the same customs collection district where the vessel business of the owner is conducted, he shall forward to the Bureau through a collector of customs a designation of home port on customs Form 1319 accompanied by a detailed statement setting forth the reasons.
(g) No officeror employee of the Bureau designated to grant approvals of designations of home ports shall approve, nor shall any collector forward to the Bureau for approval, any such designation unless it appears that the vessel will be documented as a vessel of the United States substantially simultaneously with the receipt by him of the approval of the designation. When a designation has been approved and the vessel is not so documented, the approval granted shall be cancelled. The collector in subsequently transmitting a new designation by the same owner shall indicate in his remarks the date of the previous approval and that it was cancelled because of failure to document the vessel. (R. S. 161, 4141, secs. 2, 3, 23 Stat. 118, 119, sec. 1, 43 Stat. 947; 5 U. S. C. 22, 46 U. S. C. 2, 3, 17, 18; sec. 102, Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1946; 3 CFR, 1946 Supp., Chapter IV) [T.D. 51610, approved Jan. 22, 1947, 12 F.R. 631]
$ 3.24 Change of master. • •
(c) Every application for the endorsement of the names of one or two alternate masters on the license of a vessel in addition to the name of the master already endorsed on the license shall be filed with the collector of customs at the home port of the vessel and shall contain a statement of the condition of employment of the vessel. The endorsement of the names of one or two alternate masters upon the license shall be authorized by the collector or an employee in his office properly designated to grant such authorization whenever that oficer or employee, after examining
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