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accordance addition Administrator affected Agriculture allowed amended amount appeal application approved authorized bale beans body bond caused certificate charges classification color combination condition consist container copy cotton count covered damage defects DEFINITIONS Department designated determined diameter examination excess factor fairly fees filed flavor foreign fruit furnished given grade grain green hearing inch injury inspection inspector interested issued leaves less licensed limiting marked material means meet ment Mixed notice oats official original otherwise packages packed party percent period permitted person points portion possess practically prepared proper reasonably receipt records regulations representative request requirements respect rule sampler samples score Secretary specified standards statement stems storage stored thereof tion tobacco tolerance U. S. Grade United unless ware warehouse warehouseman weigher weight whole wool
Página 449 - ... offered for interstate shipment or when received at such important central markets as the Secretary of Agriculture may from time to time designate, or at points which may be conveniently reached therefrom, under such rules and regulations as he may prescribe, including payment of such fees as will be reasonable and as nearly as may be to cover the cost for the service rendered: Provided, That certificates issued by the authorized agents of the Department shall be received in all courts of the...
Página 208 - ... taken, for the first time in the proceeding, in the final order) shall be given adequate opportunity to show that such facts are erroneously noticed. (8) Offer of proof. Whenever evidence is excluded from the record, the party offering such evidence may make an offer of proof, which shall be included in the transcript. The offer of proof shall consist of a brief statement describing the evidence to be offered. If the evidence consists of a brief oral statement or of an exhibit, it shall be inserted...
Página 40 - No. 4, inclusive; or which contains more than 16 percent of moisture; or which contains inseparable stones and/or cinders; or which is musty, or sour, or heating, or hot; or which has any commercially objectionable foreign odor except of smut or garlic; or which contains a quantity of smut so great that any one or more of the grade requirements cannot be applied accurately; or which is otherwise of distinctly low quality.
Página ix - I Bureau of Public Roads, Department of Commerce Title 24 — Housing and Housing Credit SUBTITLE A — Office of the Administrator, Housing and Home Finance Agency SUBTITLE B — Regulations Relating to Housing and Housing Credit I Home Loan Bank Board, Housing and Home Finance Agency II Federal Housing Administration, Housing and Home Finance Agency III Public Housing Administration, Housing and Home Finance Agency • IV Federal National Mortgage Association...
Página 169 - An act to promote the foreign trade of the United States in apples and/or pears, to protect the reputation of American-grown apples and pears in foreign markets, to prevent deception or misrepresentation as to the quality of such products moving in foreign commerce, to provide for the commercial inspection of such products entering such commerce, and for other purposes," approved June 10, 1933 (48 Stat.
Página 179 - Blood clots and spots (not due to germ development). Blood clots or spots on the surface of the yolk or floating in the white. These blood clots may have lost their characteristic red color and appear as small spots or foreign material commonly referred to as meat spots. If they are small (aggregating not more than ya inch in diameter), the egg may be classed as "C Quality.
Página 154 - A division of a class of tobacco having certain common characteristics and closely related grades. Tobacco which has the same characteristics and corresponding qualities, colors, and lengths, shall be treated as one type, regardless of any factors of historical or geographical nature which cannot be determined by an examination of the tobacco.