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refiner at the
solemnly and truly declare that each of the statements contained in the foregoing abstract is true to the best of my knowledge and belief and can be verified by the refinery records, which have been kept in accordance with section 22.6 (f) of the customs regulations and which are at all times open to the inspection of officers of the customs.
(15) The refiner shall file with each abstract a statement, in the following form, showing the average market values of the products specified in the abstract:
Market values of refined sugars and sirup for the period
Hard refined sugar (bulk).
(1st Rev. Aug. 1956)
Soft refined sugar (bulk) No. 4
Soft refined sugar (bulk) No. 15
do solemnly and truly declare that the values shown above are true to the best of my knowledge and belief, and can be verified by our records.
(16) At the end of each calendar month the refiner shall furnish to the collector of customs at the port where the abstract is filed a statement showing the actual sales of sirup and the average market values of refined sugars for the calendar month.
(17) In the liquidation of abstracts the following example shall be followed in determining the sucrose allowance to be applied to the various products:
Total market value of production (column 1 times 3), $3,596,048.50. Sucrose used (70,598,997 pounds) divided by market value ($3,596,048.50) equals pounds sucrose allowable per $1 of market value or 19.632,382 pounds sucrose; this factor multiplied by the market values in column 3 will produce the factors in column 4, which are the pounds of sucrose to be allowed per pound of sugar or gallon of sirup manufactured under this abstract, less 1 percent thereof. Quantities in column 1 multiplied by the quantities in column 4 should equal the quantities in column 5.
(18) The certificate of delivery shall be in the following form:
declare that the sugar (or sirup) described
in the within certificate of delivery was manufactured by said company at its refinery at
by abstract No..
and is part of the sugar (or sirup) covered filed at the port of. and was delivered to 19_, and that no other certificate of delivery has been issued covering the above merchandise; that the refinery and other records of the company verifying the statements contained in said abstract are now and at all times hereafter will be open to inspection by officers of the customs. I further delcare that the above-designated imported sugar (upon which the duties have been paid) was received by said company on was used in the manufacture of sugar and sirup on
TDs 52894, 53268, 54155.
(19) The drawback entry shall be in the following form:
(1st Rev. Aug. 1956)
Entry for drawback on sugars and sirups exported under notices of exportation, filed by said notices and the merchandise covered thereby being particularly set forth below, together with the designation of imported raw sugar containing sucrose of the quantity used in the manufacture of such merchandise, based on the relative value of the refined sugars and sirups manufactured during the period covered by abstract No..
) on file with the collector of customs at the port of. Drawback claimed under section 22.6 (f) of the customs regulations.
in this entry, was manufactured by said company at its refinery at
I further declare that the sugar or sirup specified herein was delivered to the above-named shippers.
(20) The declaration of exportation required on customs Form 7575. shall be made a part of the drawback entry.
(21) When an extract from an abstract from refinery records is required for use at a port other than the port where the abstract is liquidated, the extract shall be in the following form:
Extract from abstract from refinery records of sugar or sirup
This is to certify that there is on record in this office an abstract from refinery record No. customs No.. located
covering the following-described, merchandise manu
TDs 48149, 49639, 54155.
(g) Linseed oil, linseed oil cake, and linseed oil meal.--Drawback may be allowed under the provisions of section 313(a), Tariff Act of 1930, upon the exportation of linseed oil, linseed oil cake, and linseed oil meal, manufactured with the use of imported flaxseed, subject to the following special regulations: (1) The mill zones hereinafter referred to embrace:
New York Mill Zone: Maine, New Hanpshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York (except Buffalo), New Jersey, Pennsylvania (except Pittsburgh), Delaware, Maryland, and Rhode Island.
Buffalo Mill Zone: Buffalo, N. Y., Pittsburgh, Pa., West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, and Kentucky.
Chicago Mill Zone: Minnesota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Missouri, and Kansas.
West Coast Mill Zone: Washington, Idaho, Oregon, California, Nevada, Utah, and Arizona.
(2) Except as provided for in subparagraph (3) of this paragraph, the manufacturing period (hereinafter referred to as the abstract period) of each crusher shall be coextensive with the withdrawal of one or more entire lots or cargoes of imported flaxseed from the storage tanks and the manufacture into oil and cake of the flaxseed so withdrawn. A cut-off shall be made at the storage tanks