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TREASURY DEPARTMENT, July 1, 1915.
In pursuance of the provisions of section 25 of the act of August 27, 1894, I hereby proclaim the following estimate by the Director of the Mint of the values of foreign coins to be the values of such coins in terms of the money of account of the United States, to be followed in estimating the value of all foreign merchandise exported to the United States during the quarter beginning July 1, 1915, expressed in any such metallic currencies.
Entries of merchandise liquidated upon the values proclaimed herein will be subject to reliquidation upon the order of the Secretary of the Treasury whenever satisfactory evidence shall be produced to him showing that the values in United States currency of the foreign money specified in the invoices were at the date of certification at least 10 per cent more or less than the values herein proclaimed.
W. G. McADOO,
Secretary of the Treasury.
Estimate by the Director of the Mint of the values of foreign coins.
Argentine Republic.. Gold.....
(T. D. 35565.)
Values of foreign coins.
[Circular No. 1.]
British colonies in
..do........ Pound sterling....
The exchange rates shown under this heading are recent quotations and given as an indication of the values of currencies which are fluctuating in their relation to the legal standard. They are not to take the place of the consular certificate where it is available.
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Estimate by the Director of the Mint of the values of foreign coins-Continued.
India (British). Italy....
Gold and silver
.do.. Rupee.. Gold and silver Lira...
Pound (100 pias-
Gold and silver Kran...
Currency: Inconvertible paper; exchange rate, approximately, $0.705.
Estimate by the Director of the Mint of the values of forign coins-Continued.
Drawback on Habutai silk dyed and finished by various manufacturers for the account
of J. R. Simon & Co., of New York, N. Y.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, July 1, 1915.
. SIR: Drawback is hereby allowed under paragraph O of section 4 of the tariff act of October 3, 1913, and the drawback regulations (T. D. 31695 of June 16, 1911), on Habutai silk, finished, or dyed and finished, for the account of J. R. Simon & Co., of New York, N. Y., by the United Piece Dye Works, of Lodi and Hawthorne, N. J., the James Holt Piece Dye Works, of Phillipsburg, N. J., and the Cramer & King Co., of Paterson, N. J.
A manufacturing record shall be kept by each of the manufacturers named in the manner described in their respective sworn statements, which will show in the case of each piece of silk finished, or dyed and finished, for the account of J. R. Simon & Co., the length, width, and weight thereof both before and after finishing, or dyeing and finishing. A sworn abstract from such manufacturing record shall be filed with the drawback entry.
The allowance shall not exceed the quantity of imported Habutai silk used in the manufacture of the exported finished, or dyed and finished, silk, as shown by the abstract from the manufacturing record.
The sworn statements of J. R. Simon & Co., the United Piece Dye Works, the Cramer & King Co., and the James Holt Piece Dye Works, dated June 1, 9, 10, and 22, 1915, respectively, are transmitted herewith for filing in your office. Respectfully,
WM. P. MALBURN, (103016–1.)
Assistant Secretary. COLLECTOR OF CUSTOMS, New York.
(T. D. 35567.)
Issue, care, and use of disbursing officers' checks.
(Circular No. 8, second edition.]'
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, July 3, 1915. To disbursing officers of the United States and others concerned:
The following instructions relative to the issue, care, and use of disbursing officers' checks are hereby promulgated:
1. All blank checks on the Treasurer of the United States for use by disbursing officers shall be issued by the Secretary of the Treasury, Division of Printing and Stationery, to whom all correspondence relating thereto should be addressed, and only blank checks thus issued shall be used by disbursing officers in drawing checks on the Treasurer of the United States.
2. The Chief of the Division of Printing and Stationery, as well as others who may distribute blank checks to disbursing officers, shall keep a complete record of the class, numerical symbol, and serial numbers of all checks issued and of the transfer to another disbursing officer or return to the issuing office of unused checks.
3. A disbursing officer receiving a supply of checks shall receipt for the same to the issuing officer, except in case of a new issue on requisition, when no receipt is required. When a disbursing officer is succeeded by another, the officer relieved shall transfer his unused checks to his successor, retaining for file with his official records the register of checks issued. The successor shall use the checks so transferred by striking out the former officer's numerical symbol and inserting his own, except where the officer relieved is merely transferred from one station to another in the same service and is to continue to disburse money under his former numerical symbol, in which case he shall retain the checks issued to him and use them in his new office. If there is a probability that the officer relieved will again disburse under the same symbol number, he should retain his checks. All transfers of checks should be reported to the Chief of the Division of Printing and Stationery as soon as accomplished, in order that the record of checks issued may be corrected. After a transfer is made the new officer should immediately insert his own symbol number on all checks received, and this symbol number should not again be changed. In case a third officer succeeds the second, all checks on hand should be returned to the Chief of the Division of Printing and Stationery for destruction and a new supply obtained. When the location of the disbursing officer printed at the head of the check has been changed once, it should not again be altered, but the checks should
1 The first edition of this circular was issued Feb. 27, 1913. It is entirely superseded by this edition.