3 Fed. Reg. 609 (1938), Tuesday, March 8, 1938, pages 609 - 615


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NUMBER 46


Washington, Tuesday, March 8, 1938


PIRESII)ENT OF TIE UNITED STATES.
                     EXECUTIVE ORDER
PLACING CERTAIN ISLANDS IN TIlE PACIFIC OCEAN UNDER TIIE
  CONTROL AND JURISDICTION    OF TIIE SECRETARY   OF TtlE
  INTERIOR
           Canton Island and Iroiderbury Island
  By virtue of and pursuant to the authority vested in me
as President of the United States, it is ordered that Canton
Isand, an atoll of coral formation, 50 to 600 yards wide
and surrounding a lagoon about 9 miles long, which is
located in the Pacific Ocean approximately in latitude
2'49' S. and longitude 171'43' W. from Greenwich; also
Enderbijry Island, 2.5 miles long and 1 mile wide, located
in the Pacific Ocean approximately in latitude 3'07' S. and
longitude 171'03' W. from Greenwich, be, and they are
hereby reserved, set aside, mad placed under the control and
jurisdict ion of the Secretary of the Interior for adminis-
t,'ative irposes.
                                 FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT
  THE WHITE ItOUSF,
              Mor'li. 3, 193S.
                        I No. 7828]
        (P. H. Doc.38 677: Fled, March 5,1930; 10:21 a. m.]


TIESIL.IZY )EkPAil'. ENT.
    Bu'tireau of Cus;tomis.
                        IT. 1). 4,4381
          CUSTOMS REGULATIONS AMENDED-SEEDS
  EVI)NCE AS TO TiE COUNTRY OR REGION WHERE SEED WAS
                          GROWN
                                     FEBRUARY 26, 1938.
To Collectors of Costom, and Others Concerned:
  Pursuant to the authority contained in section 161 of the
Revised Statutes (U. S. C., title 5, sec. 22), and section 5 (c)
of the Federal seed act, as amended by the act approved
April 26, 1926 (U. S. C., title 7, see. 115 (c) ) , the Customs
Regulations of 1937 are hereby amended as follows:
  Article 595' is amended by adding the following para-
gral)h. dlksionated (e), reading as follows:
   (e) No red clover seed will be designated for 1 per cent
iridescent violet coloring unless the stiipient is accompanied
by a Canadian Government official certificate to the effiect
that the seed in question was produced in Canada.
   [SEAL I                          II. MORGENTIIAU,
                              Secretary of the Treoastry.
                                     M. L. WILSON,
                        Actis  Secretary of Aqricit ure.
        [F. TI. Dec. 3t -678; Filed, Matrch 5,1938; 11:21 a. m.l
   2 F. 1t. 1870 (DI).


    P1ublic Debt Service.
              11938-Department Circular No. 581]
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 21/ PERCENT TREASURY BONDS
                         OF 1948
DATED AND BEARING INTEREST FROM MARCH 15, 1938; DUE SEPTEM-
  BER 15, 1948; ITEREST PAYABLE MARCH 15 AND SEPTEMBER 15
                   I. Offering of Bonds
  1. The Secretary of the Treasury, pursuant to the author-
ity of the Second Liberty Bond Act, approved September 24,
1917, as amended, invites subscriptions, at par, from the
people of the United States for 21 percent bonds of the
United States, designated Treasury Bonds of 1948, in pay-
ment of which only Treasury Notes of Series C-1938, matur-
ing March 15, 1938, may be tendered. The amount of the
offering under this circular will be limited to the amount of
Treasury Notes of Series C-1938 tendered and accepted.
                 II. Description of Bonds
  1. The bonds will be dated March 15, 1938, and will bear
interest from that date at the rate of 2% percent per annum,
payable semiannually, on September 15, 1938, and thereafter
on March 15 and September 15 in each year. They will
mature September 15, 1948, and will not be subject to call
for redemption prior to maturity.
  2. The bonds shall be exempt, both as to principal and
interest, from all taxation now or hereafter imposed by the
United States, any State, or any of the possessions of the
United States, or by any local taxing authority, except (a)
estate or inheritance taxes, or gift taxes, and (b) graduated
additional income taxes, commoily known as surtaxes, and
excess-profits and war-profits taxes, now or hereafter im-
posed by the United States, upon the income or profits of
individuals, partnerships, associations, or corporations. The
interest on an amount of bonds authorized by the Second
Liberty Bond Act, approved September 24, 1917, as amended,
the principal of which does not exceed in the aggregate
$5.000. owned by any individual, partnership, association, or
corporation, shall be exempt from the taxes provided for in
clause (b) above.
  3. The bonds will be acceptable to secure deposits of
public moneys, but will not bear the circulation privilege
and will not be entitled to any privilege of conversion.
  4, Bearer bonds with interest coupons attached, and bonds
reristered a.s to principal and interest, will be issued in
eenoininat.ions of $50, $100, $500, $1,000, $5.000, $10,000 and
$100,000. Provb ion will be made for tlie interchane, of
bonds of liffrejnl denonIina.tions and of coupon and regis-
tered bonds, and for the transfer of registered bonds, under
rules and rgulations prescribed by the Secretary of the
Treasury.
   5. The bonds will be subJect to the general reglhliols of
the Treasury Department, now or hereafter prescribed, gov-
erning United States bonds.


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