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(T. D. 48073)

Foreign currencies-Rates of exchange

Rates of exchange certified to the Secretary of the Treasury by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York under the provisions of section 522 (c), Tariff Act of 1930

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF CUSTOMS,
Washington, D. C., December 28, 1935.

To Collectors of Customs and Others Concerned:

The appended table of the values of certain foreign currencies as certified to the Secretary of the Treasury by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York under the provisions of section 522 (c), Tariff Act of 1930, during the period from December 20 to 26, 1935, inclusive, is published for the information of collectors of customs and others concerned.

(103512.)

JAMES H. MOYLE, Commissioner of Customs.

Values of foreign currencies as certified to the Secretary of the Treasury by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York under the provisions of section 522 (c), Tariff Act of 1930

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(T. D. 48074)

Drawback

Synopsis of drawback decisions issued between November 29 and December 19, 1935, inclusive; and one case of October 25, 1935, omitted from previous synopses

(A) Automotive units, passenger cars and trucks.-T. D. 46237-B, as amended by T. D. 46315-C, covering automobiles manufactured under section 313 (b) by Chevrolet Motor Co. of New York, Div. of General Motors Corp., Tarrytown, N. Y., with the use of electric storage batteries manufactured by Delco-Remy Corp., extended to cover automotive units, passenger cars and trucks manufactured by Chevrolet-Tarrytown, Div. of General Motors Corp., successor; also extended to cover automotive units, passenger cars and trucks manufactured under section 313 (a) by said successor with the use of automobile or truck tires manufactured under drawback regulations, and automotive units, passenger cars and trucks manufactured by it under section 313 (b) with the use of the following materials:

Radiator cores or assemblies, manufactured by Harrison Div., General Motors Corp., Lockport, N. Y., with the use of nonferrous metals or domestic products of nonferrous metals;

Starting motors manufactured by Delco-Remy Div., General Motors Corp., Anderson, Ind., with the use of nonferrous metals or the domestic products of nonferrous metals;

Generators manufactured by Delco-Remy Div., General Motors Corp., Anderson, Ind., with the use of nonferrous metals or domestic products of nonferrous metals;

Wiring harness manufactured by Delco-Remy Div., General Motors Corp., Anderson, Ind., with the use of nonferrous metals or domestic products of nonferrous metals; and

Head lamps manufactured by Motor Lamp Manufacturing Corp., Anderson, Ind., with the use of nonferrous metals or domestic products of nonferrous metals.

Extension effective on automotive units, passenger cars, and trucks manufactured under section 313 (b) by Chevrolet-Tarrytown, Div. of General Motors Corp., with the use of storage batteries, which are exported on or after January 1, 1934; such articles manufactured under section 313 (a) with the use of tires, which are produced on or after November 1, 1934, and exported on or after November 19, 1934; and said articles manufactured under section 313 (b) with the use of radiator cores or assemblies, starting motors, generators, wiring harness, and head lamps, which are produced on or after February 5, 1935, and exported on or after February 11,

Sworn statement of October 22, 1935, forwarded to collector of customs, New York, N. Y., November 30, 1935. (72-10/2.). (Signed) FRANK Dow, Acting Commissioner of Customs.

(B) Catsup, tomato.-Produced by Bercut-Richards Packing Co., Sacramento, Calif., under section 313 (a).

Rate effective on tomato catsup which is produced and exported on and after September 14, 1935.

Sworn statement of October 29, 1935, forwarded to collector of customs, San Francisco, Calif., December 19, 1935. (72-10/2.) (Signed) JAMES H. MOYLE, Commissioner of Customs.

(C) Cloth, cotton (organdie), embroidered.-Produced by C. & M. Embroidery Co., South River, N. J., from imported plain cotton cloth (organdie).

Owner's sworn statements required.

Rate effective on merchandise embroidered on and after February 1, 1935, and exported on and after August 23, 1935.

Sworn statement of November 1, 1935, forwarded to collector of customs, New York, N. Y., December 7, 1935. (72-10/2.) (Signed) JAMES H. MOYLE, Commissioner of Customs.

(D) Cloth cotton (organdie), embroidered.-Produced by Schwerzler Embroidery Co., Inc., West New York, N. J., from imported plain cotton cloth (organdie).

Owner's sworn statements required.

Rate effective on merchandise embroidered on and after February 1, 1935, and exported on and after August 24, 1935.

Sworn statement of November 14, 1935, forwarded to collector of customs, New York, N. Y., December 7, 1935. (72-10/2.) (Signed) JAMES H. MOYLE, Commissioner of Customs.

(E) Fruit, canned.-T. D. 47999-D covering canned fruit produced by the United Packing Corp., Oakland, Calif., under section 313 (a) at its Oakland and Porterville, Calif., plants, as extended by T. D. 48031-B to cover canned fruit cocktail produced under said section at its Oakland, Calif., plant, further extended to cover canned fruit produced at its Oakland and Porterville, Calif., plants under section 313 (b).

Extension effective on canned fruit produced on and after June 25, 1935, and exported on and after June 26, 1935.

Supplemental sworn statement of October 1, 1935, forwarded to collector of customs, San Francisco, Calif., October 25, 1935. (72-10/2.) (Signed) JAMES H. MOYLE, Commissioner of Customs.

(F) Fruit salad, canned.-T. D. 47394-E, as amended and extended, covering canned fruit salad, canned fruit cocktail, or canned fruit cocktail packed in combination with canned fruit salad, produced by F. M. Ball & Co., Oakland, Calif., at its San Francisco, Calif., factory, and canned fruit salad produced at its Oakland, Calif., plant under section 313 (a), and covering further such products produced at said San Francisco plant under section 313 (b), further extended to cover canned fruit salad produced at said Oakland plant under section 313 (a) with the use of canned fruits previously packed by it under drawback regulations and added sugar.

Extension effective on canned fruit salad produced and exported on and after September 19, 1935.

Supplemental sworn statement of November 2, 1935, forwarded to collector of customs, San Francisco, Calif., December 17, 1935. (72-10/2.) (Signed) JAMES H. MOYLE, Commissioner of Customs.

(G) Glasses, reading and magnifying, and microscope compasses.Manufactured by Testrite Instrument Co., New York, N. Y., with the use of imported lenses and compasses.

Rate effective on articles manufactured and exported on and after April 4, 1935.

Sworn statement of September 13, 1935, forwarded to collector of customs, New York, N. Y., December 19, 1935 (72-10/2.) (Signed) JAMES H. MOYLE, Commissioner of Customs.

(H) Laces, nettings, veilings, embroideries, ribbons and braids, piece goods, curtains, bed sets and napery, berets, scarfs and handkerchiefs, processed.-T. D. 46516-E, as extended by T. D. 46886-C, T. D. 47090-I, T. D. 47450-F, and T. D. 47818-C, covering imported laces, nettings, malines, veils, veilings, embroideries, ribbons, braids and piece goods, or piece goods manufactured and/or processed under drawback regulations, and imported curtains, bed sets, table cloths, napkins and doilies, which are dyed, bleached and dyed, redyed, stripped or bleached and redyed by European Dyeing & Finishing Co. (a partnership), New York, N. Y.; and covering imported berets and scarfs which are redyed; and covering, also, imported handkerchiefs which are dyed and redyed and imported lace which is cut and dyed, extended further to cover said processed merchandise when produced by European Dyeing & Finishing Co (Abram Factorow, sole owner),

successor.

Extension effective on and after August 29, 1935.

Supplemental sworn statements of October 1 and November 9, 1935, forwarded to collector of customs, New York, N. Y., November 29, 1935. (72-10/2.) (Signed) FRANK DOW, Acting Commissioner of Customs.

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