Silver Purchases Under Pittman Act, Correspondence Between Senator Pittman, Vice Chair of ... and Treasury Department, Relative to Administration and Expiration of Pittman Act
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Page 51 - ... its business in order that it may thereafter maintain its organization and management and conduct its business in accordance with law. If such association fails to comply with the recommendations of the Federal Trade Commission, said commission shall refer its findings and recommendations to the Attorney General of the United States for such action thereon as he may deem proper.
Page 260 - So, without objection, we will put this letter in the record at this point. (The letter referred to is as follows :) AUGUST 8, 1963.
Page 62 - Mr. Chairman and members of the committee, there is very little that I can add to what has already been said.
Page 179 - An Act To conserve the gold supply of the United States ; to permit the settlement in silver of trade balances adverse to the United States ; to provide silver for subsidiary coinage and for commercial use ; to assist foreign governments at war with the enemies of the United States ; and for the above purposes to stabilize the price and encourage the production of silver.
Page 27 - That upon every such sale of bullion from time to time the Secretary of the Treasury shall immediately direct the Director of the Mint to purchase in the United States, of the product of mines situated in the United States and of reduction works so located, an amount of silver equal to...
Page 265 - Each Federal Reserve Bank shall keep a record copy of each application filed with it under the provisions of this reg*ulation and shall forward the original application and a duplicate to the Federal Reserve Board at Washington, together with such information or suggestions as it may believe proper in the circumstances, and shall in addition make a formal recommendation as to whether or not, in its opinion, the exportation should be permitted. The Federal Reserve Board, subject to the approval of...
Page 51 - United States or elsewhere has entered into any agreement, understanding, or conspiracy, or done any act which artificially or intentionally enhances or depresses prices within the United States of commodities of the class exported by such association, or which substantially lessens competition within the United States or otherwise restrains trade therein...
Page 265 - ... 2. Each Federal Reserve Bank shall keep a record copy of each application filed with it under the provisions of this regulation and shall forward the original application and a duplicate to the Federal Reserve Board at Washington together with such information or suggestions as it may believe proper...
Page 3 - Act may be made for the purpose of conserving the existing stock of gold in the United States, of facilitating the settlement in silver of trade balances adverse to the United States, of providing silver for subsidiary coinage and for commercial use, and of assisting foreign governments at war with the enemies of the United States.