Code of Federal Regulations

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U.S. General Services Administration, National Archives and Records Service, Office of the Federal Register, 1971 - Administrative law

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Page 159 - Liquidation after suspension or termination. Upon the suspension or termination of any or all provisions of this part, the market administrator, or such person as the Secretary may designate, shall if so directed by the Secretary, liquidate the business of the market administrator's office, and dispose of all funds and property then in his possession or under...
Page 149 - In bulk tank lots from unregulated supply plants, exelusive of the quantity for which Class II utilization was requested by the handler: less (vi) 1.5 percent of milk in bulk tank lots transferred to other plants; (if the receipt of milk is on the basis of farm weights determined by farm bulk tank, calibration and butterfat tests determined from farm bulk tank samples as provided in subdivision (iii) of this subparagraph, the percentage shall be 2 percent) : less...
Page 50 - If a handler fails or refuses, with respect to any obligation under this part, to make available to the market administrator or his representatives all books and records required by this part to be made available, the market administrator may, within the 2-year period provided for in paragraph (a) of this section, notify the handler in writing of such failure or refusal. If the market administrator so notified a handler, the said 2-year period, with respect to such obligation, shall not begin to...
Page 61 - II, the pounds of skim milk in inventory of bulk fluid milk products (and for the first month this order is effective, in packaged fluid milk products) on hand at the beginning of the month: (7) Add to the remaining pounds of skim milk in Class II milk the pounds subtracted pursuant to subparagraph (1) of this paragraph; (8) Subtract from the pounds of skim milk remaining in each class, pro rata to such quantities, the pounds of skim milk in receipts of fluid milk products from unregulated supply...
Page 56 - ... 1068.20 Designation. The agency for the administration of this part shall be a market administrator who shall be a person selected by the Secretary. Such person shall be entitled to such compensation as may be determined by, and shall be subject to removal at the discretion of the Secretary. 1068.21 Powers. The market administrator shall: (a) Administer the terms and provisions of this part; (b) Receive, investigate, and report to the Secretary complaints of violations of the terms and provisions...
Page 196 - Kb) (3). [29 FR 9877, July 23, 1964] 1071.43 Responsibility of handlers. All skim milk and butterfat shall be classified as Class I milk unless the handler who first receives such skim milk or butterfat proves to the market administrator that such skim milk or butterfat should be classified as Class II milk. 1071.44 Transfers. Skim milk or butterfat in the form of a fluid milk product shall be classified: (a) At the class mutually indicated in writing to the market administrator by both handlers...

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