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1. REPORT NUMBER
2. DATE MAILED
STANDARD FORM 120
REPORT OF EXCESS PERSONAL PROPERTY
4A, NUMBER AND DATE OF
PRIOR REPORT, IF ANY
3. TOTAL COST
4. TYPE OF REPORT
REPORT WITHDRAWAL 6. FROM (Name and address of reporting agency)
See Instructions on Reverse 5. TO (Name and address of reportoo agoncy)
7. LOCATION OF PROPERTY
8. CUSTODIAN (Name, address, and telephone number)
9. DOES RAIL CARRIER SERVE LOCATION?
Yes No IF ANSWER IS "YES," GIVE NAME OF CARRIER
11. SEND PURCHASE ORDERS TO (Name, address, and telephone number)
12, IF LOCATION TO BE ABANDONED GIVE
DO NOT WRITE IN THIS SPACE
13. IS PROPERTY REIMBURSABLE?
YES NO IF ANSWER IS "YES," SEE INSTRUCTIONS ON REVERSE
15. REPORT APPROVED BY (Name and title)
16. COMMODITY GROUP NUMBER
17. EXCESS PROPERTY LIST
STANDARD FORM 120
(Use Standard Form 120a for continuation sheets)
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS This form and, when continuation sheets are necessary, Standard property shall not be included on the same report but shall be the Form 120a shall be used to report excess personal property in subject of separate reports. accordance with Personal Property Management Regulation No.3 Legal restrictions (including patent) on the power of the holding and to make amendment or withdrawal of prior reports.
agency to dispose of property being reported excess shall be fully Reports shall be confined to property at one location constituting explained in the listing of such items. a single commodity group, as defined in detailed instructions below. Reports shall be submitted in the number of copies required by Contractor inventory, reimbursable property, and nonreimbursable Personal Property Management Regulation No. 3
DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS No. of Pages. Enter here total number of pages in the report. 04. Electrical equipment, including electrical equipment and supplies (other
than office and household), communication, and electronic equipment. 1. Report Number. Insert the serial number of the report and
os. Machine tools, including general industrial and production equipment, any other identifying number or symbol the reporting agency may
industrial air conditioning and refrigeration equipment. desire. If the report is an amendment or withdrawal of a prior
06. Miscellaneous hardware and hand tools. report, the prior report number shall be entered followed by the
07. Textiles, including textile products, apparel, and footwear.
08. Hospital equipment, including medical and laboratory equipment, and letter (a), (b), or (c), etc. to identify the respective successive
supplia, drugo, and medicines. amending and withdrawing reports.
09. Agricultural products, including animals, foodstufis, and related producto 2. Date Mailed. Insert the date the report is mailed (not date
10.. Crude and basic materials, including ores, coal, petroleum, oila, chemicale, on which prepared).
and metals. 3. Total Cost. Insert the sum of all amounts shown in column 11.1 Miscellaneous materials and supplica.
11.2 Miscellaneous equipment. (h) of the property listing except that, when reporting an adjustment or withdrawal of a prior report, the net amount by which the "Total 17. Excess Property List. For the purpose of this list a line Cost" of the prior report is increased or decreased shall be entered item of property shall consist of a single unit of property or a followed, respectively, by the letters "Inc." or "Dec."
number of identical units each of which meets the descriptions in 4. Type of Report. Indicate the type of report by inserting columns (b) through (e), (8), (i), and (i). an (X) in the appropriate box. If the report is an amendment or (a) Item. Enter the consecutive number of the line items in withdrawal of a prior report enter the number and date of mailing the report, beginning with number one for the first line item on the such prior report in 4A. In preparing such reports observe the following:
For example, if 10 line items are being reported excess and there a. If the report amends a prior report, each line item amended is room for only 6 on the first page of the report they will be given shall be restated under its original consecutive line item number consecutive numbers "(1)" through "(6)" on the first page of the in column (a) and as it should be in columns (b) through (1). report and the remaining 4 line items will be given consecutive b. If the report withdraws in part a prior report the line items numbers "(7)" through "(10)" on the continuation sheet. Leave. withdrawn shall be restated in columns (a) through (c) as a blank line space across all columns between line items. they appeared in the original report. The word "withdrawn" (b) Description. In this column describe each line item in should be written across the remaining columns (d) through (). commercial terms and in sufficient detail to permit transfer or sale c. If the report withdraws in total a prior report the word without further reference to the holding agency. Stock numbers "withdrawn should be written across columns (a) through (1) and prefixes, manufacturer's part number, and standard catalog of the Excess Property List.
reference numbers should be stated. The condition of the most d. The amount by which the "Total Cost" of the prior report important components of an item should be noted. Specify the is increased or decreased by the amending or withdrawing type of container or package and the quantities in each. report shall be entered in box 3 as an "Inc." or "Dec." amount, (c) S. C. C. Code. The Standard Commodity Classification respectively.
code may be entered in this column as additional descriptive 5. To. Enter name and address of the executive agency and identification of a line item. office to which the report, in accordance with Personal Property (d) Cond. Code. Enter the appropriate letter and number code Mena gement Regulation No. 3, is to be made.
combination taken from the following code system: 6. From. Enter the name and address of the Federal agency or
Codo Moana department, and bureau, office, or other subdivision making the
1 Excellent report.
Good 7. Location of Property, Give the warehouse, building, or
Used--ueable without repairs
Fair Used--repairs required
Poor other specific location and the address at which the property is
X Items of no further value for use as originally intended but of located.
possibie value other than as scrap. 8. Custodian. Enter name, address, and telephone number of
If condition of a line item cannot be adequately described by code, the custodian of the property. If the property is in the custody of
describe condition in column (b). another agency enter also the name of such agency.
(e) Unit. Enter the unit of measure, such as: Each, pounds, 9. Rail Carrier. Indicate by (X) in appropriate box whether location is served by rail carrier. If so, enter name of carrier.
tons, dozen, gross, etc. Distinguish between long, short, and
metric tons. Standard abbreviations may be used Any clear, commonly understood abbreviation may be used. 10. Further Information Contact. Enter name, title, ad.
() Number of Units. Enter the quantity of each line item in dress, and telephone number of the person who may be contacted
terms of the unit of measure given in column (e). for further information about the property.
(8) Acquisition Cost--Per Unit. Enter the recorded acquisi. 11. Send Purchase Orders To. Give name, address, and tele
tion cost per unit (Column (c)). If acquisition cost is not known, phone number of the person, or office, to whom purchase orders are
enter the estimated original cost per unit excluding transportation to be sent.
and handling charges incurred after purchase. Identify an esti12. If the property is at a location to be abandoned give date for
mated cost by the prefix (E). such abandonment. If located on excess realty indicate such fact
(h) Acquisition Cost-Total. Enter the computed total cost by an (X) in the appropriate square.
of each line item (number of units in column (1) times the cost per
unit in column (8)). 13. Roimbursable. Indicate by (X) in appropriate box whether
(i) Fair Value--Code. Insert the following fair value letter the property is or is not reimbursable and if reimbursable enter the appropriation symbol and title or the name and address of the
code which describes the fair value condition of the property. Government corporation to receive the net proceeds from disposition.
Fair Value Condition 14. Contractor Inventory. Indicate whether the property is A "New-excellent" means unused personal property, ready for use in a
condition identical with new items delivered by a supplier. or is not contractor inventory.
B "Usable--without repairs" means personal property which has been 15. Report Approved By. Type the name and title of the
used and requires no reconditioning of repair; and property which, person authorized to approve the report by signature on the
although unused and requiring no reconditioning or repair, does not original copy.
qualify for Code A.
с Usable-minor repairs required" means personal property requiring 16. Commodity Group Number. Enter the number of the
minor repeirs, to put into usable condition, whether used or unused. following commodity group to which the property being reported
"All other" means property requiring major repairs, conversioa, or belongs. (In cases of uncertainty as to the correct category in
rehabilitation, and all other items which through deterioration, obno
lescence, or other factors do not fit Codes A, B, or C and includes scrap which to report certain items, the reporting office shall make the
and salvage. determination, using its best judgment and such information as
( ) Fair Value-Per Unit. is available, including a visual inspection when feasible):
Enter the fair value per unit deter
mined by applying the following percentages to the base price No. Commodity Group Description
(current delivered market price, new; or acquisition cost) arrived 01. Automotive equipment, including trucks, trailers, passenger cars, busses, at in accordance with Personal Property Management Regulation and motorcyclat.
No. 3 02.1 Ofice furniture, and equipment.
Percentago of 02.2 Stationery and office supplies.
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ARMS, AMMUNITION, AND IMPLEMENTS OF WAR
Proclamation No. 2776
(March 26, 1948, 13 F. R. 1623) ENUMERATION OF ARMS, AMMUNITION, AND IMPLEMENTS OF WAR Whereas section 12 (i) of the joint resolution of Congress approved November 4, 1939, provides in part as follows (54 Stat. 11; 22 U. S. C. A. 452 (i));
"The President is hereby authorized to proclaim upon recommendation of the (National Munitions Control] Board from time to time a list of articles which shall be considered arms, ammunition, and implements of war for the purposes of
Now, therefore, I, Harry S. Truman, President of the United States of America, acting under and by virtue of the authority conferred upon me by the said joint resolution of Congress, and pursuant to the recommendation of the National Munitions Control Board, and in the interest of the foreign-affairs functions of the United States, hereby declare and proclaim that the articles listed below shall, on and after April 15, 1948, be considered arms, ammunition, and implements of war for the purposes of section 12 of the said joint resolution
CATEGORY 1-SMALI, ARMS AND MACHINE GUNS Rifles, carbines, revolvers, pistols, machine pistols, and mnchine guns (18ing ammunition of caliber .22 or over); barrels, mounts, breech mechanisms, and
of Congress :
CATEGORY II-ARTILLERY AND PROJECTORS
military flame throwers, military smoke, gas, or pyrotechnie projectors; barrels,
Guns, howitzers, cannon, mortars, and rocket launchers (of all calibers), mounts, and other components thereof.