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This volume contains Treasury decisions pertaining to the Bureau of Customs originally printed in the weekly Treasury Decisions during the period July 1939 to June 1940, inclusive.
(T. D. 49901)
Notice of additional information required on invoices of certain articles com
posed wholly or in chief value of metal
[This document affects 19 CFR 6.1 (c)]
Washington, D. C. To Collectors of Customs and Others Concerned:
With reference to article 274 (e) (2) of the Customs Regulations of 1937, as amended by T. D. 49426 [Sec. 6.1 (c)], invoices of articles composed wholly or in chief value of metal and provided for under items 339 and 397 of the trade agreement with the United Kingdom, T. D. 49753, are hereby required to set forth in addition to all other information required by law or regulation the following:
(1) The name of the metal which is in chief value; (2) Whether or not the article is plated;
(3) If the article is plated the name of the metal or metals with which the article is plated and the name of the metal or metals upon which the plating is plated.
This requirement will be effective as to invoices certified after 60 days after publication of this document in the weekly TREASURY DECISIONS. (Sec. 481 (a) (10), 46 Stat. 719;19 U.S. C. 1481 (a) (10).) (311.)
JAMES H. MOYLE,
Commissioner of Customs. Approved June 24, 1939: STEPHEN B. GIBBONS,
Acting Secretary of the Treasury. (Filed with the Division of the Federal Register June 30, 1939, 3:28 p. m.]