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for the exportation and importation of natural gas to or from a foreign country in compliance with Executive Order No. 8202, dated July 13, 1939. [Undesignated paragraph added]

$ 53.4 Required exhibits. Exhibit F.

The map should indicate with particularity the ownership of such facilities at or on each side of the border between the United States and the foreign country. (Sentence added]

Any exhibit required by this section already on file with the Commission may be incorporated by reference. (Undesignated paragraph added]

$53.6 Transferability. Authorizations to export natural gas from the United States to a foreign country or to import natural gas from a foreign country granted by order of the Commission under $$ 53.1 to 53.5 inclusive pursuant to section 3 of the Natural Gas Act shall not be transferable or assignable. The Commission order granting the authorization may, however, provide that the authorization shall continue in effect temporarily for a reasonable time in the event of the involuntary transfer of facilities used thereunder by operation of law (including sucn transfers to receivers, trustees, or purchasers under foreclosure or judicial sale) pending the making of an application for permanent authorization and decision thereon, provided notice is promptly given in writing to the Commission accompanied by a statement that the physical facts relating to sufficiency of supply, rates, and nature of use remain substantially the same as before the transfer and as stated in the initial application for such authorization.

The Commission may also, at any time subsequent to the original order of authorization, from time to time, after opportunity for hearing, make such supplemental orders in the premises as it may find necessary or appropriate.

$ 53.7 Authorization not exclusive. No authorization granted pursuant to section 3 of the Natural Gas Act shall be deemed to prevent authorization being granted to any other person to export natural gas from the United States to a foreign country or to import natural gas from a foreign country for the same use, or to prevent any other person from

making application for such authorization.

$ 53.8 Filing of rate schedules, notices, etc. Persons authorized to export natural gas from the United States to a foreign country or to import natural gas from a foreign country shall file all rate schedules, supplements, notices of succession in ownership or operation, notices of cancellation, and certificates of concurrence with respect to such natural gas in the form and manner specified in the provisions of $$ 54.1 to 54.14. APPLICATION FOR CONSTRUCTION, OPERA

TION, MAINTENANCE, OR CONNECTION AT
INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY OF FACILITIES
FOR EXPORTATION OR IMPORTATION OF
NATURAL GAS
$ 53.10 Who shall apply.

In connection with applications hereunder, attention is directed to the provisions of $$ 53.1 to 53.5 inclusive relative to applications for authorization to export or import natural gas to or from a foreign country under section 3 of the Natural Gas Act. (Undesignated paragraph added] $ 53.11 Contents of application.

The map should indicate with particularity the ownership of such facilities at or on each side of the border between the United States and the foreign country.

CODIFICATION: In § 53.11 (b) the semicolon at the end thereof was changed to a period and the sentence set forth above was added by Order 116, Dec. 28, 1943, effective Feb. 1, 1944, 9 F.R. 245.

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PART 54--FILING OF RATE

SCHEDULES Sec. 54.17 Filing of rate schedules, notices, etc.,

by persons authorized to export or import natural gas between the United States and a foreign coun

try. [Added] $ 54.17 Filing of rate schedules, notices, etc., by persons authorized to export or import natural gas between the United States and a foreign country, Reference is hereby made to the provisions of g 53.8 requiring persons authorized to export natural gas from the United States to a foreign country or import natural gas from a foreign country to the United States to file rate schedules, supplements, notices of succession in ownership or operation, notices of can

cellation, and certificates of concurrence with respect to such natural gas. (52 Stat. 830; 15 U.S.C. 7170) [Order 116, Dec. 28, 1943, effective Feb. 1, 1944, 9 F.R. 245)

PART 57-APPLICATIONS FOR CERTIFICATES OF PUBLIC CONVENIENCE AND NECESSITY UNDER SECTION 7 OF THE NATURAL GAS ACT AS AMENDED

$ 57.12 Transferability; teniporary continuance of authorization. Certificates of public convenience and necessity (whether "grandfather" clause or non"grandfather" clause certificates) issued under section 7 of the Natural Gas Act, are not transferable. However, authorization thereunder may continue in effect for a period not to exceed two years, in the event of the involuntary transfer of the facilities used thereunder by operation of law (including such transfers to receivers or trustees).

The Commission may also make such supplemental orders in the premises as it may find necessary or appropriate for the purposes of the act. (52 Stat. 824, 830; 15 U.S.C. 717f, 7170) [Order 117, May 23, 1944, effective June 10, 1944, 9 FR. 5713]

APPLICATIONS FOR TEMPORARY CERTIFICATES

FOR CONSTRUCTION, EXTENSION, ACQUISITION, OPERATION, ETC., UNDER SECTION 7 (c) OF THE NATURAL GAS ACT AS AMENDED

Sec. 57.12 Transferability; temporary continu

ance of authorization. (Added]

Subchapter E-Approved Forms

PART 210_STATEMENTS AND

REPORTS (SCHEDULES) Sec. 210.5a Form of initial cost statement for

licensed projects. (Revised) 210.51 Annual report; FPC Form No. 12.

(Revised) 210.52 Annual report; FPC Form No. 12-A.

(Revised ] AUTHORITY: $$ 210.5a to 210.52, appearing in this Supplement, issued under 49 Stat. 854, 855, 858, 859; 16 U.S.C. 825 (a), 825c (a), 825h, 825).

$ 210.5a Form of initial cost statement for licensed projects. (a) The revised form of initial cost statement showing actual legitimate original cost, designated as FPC Form No. 6,1 be and it is hereby adopted for use by Licensees (other than Licensees of a complete project of not more than 100 hp. installed capacity) in preparing and filling initial cost statements, under oath, under $ $ 4.1, 4.10 and 4.20 of this chapter;

(b) Each Licensee not exempt by license provisions shall hereafter file with the Commission an initial cost statement, under oath, on the form aforesaid, in the manner and number of copies prescribed by $$ 4.1, 4.10 and 4.20 of this chapter. [Order 120, Dec. 8, 1944, effective Jan. 1, 1945, 9 F.R. 14711, 14804]

$ 210.51 Annual report; FPC Form No. 12_(a) The FPC Form No. 12 for Power System Statement (Class I and II systems), including the instructions and schedules therein contained, be and the same hereby is approved;

(b) Each corporation, person, agency, authority, or other legal entity or instrumentality, whether public or private, which operates facilities for the generation, or transmission, or distribution of electric energy, and which is in the classification of a Class I or a Class II system (as the same are defined in the accompanying FPC Form No. 12') shall hereafter annually prepare and file with the Commission, on or before the date indicated by said form, such statement or statements and in such form as is required by said instructions and schedules, setting forth the answers to the questions therein stated and furnishing the information therein called for. [Order 118, Nov. 20, 1944, effective Dec. 20, 1944, 9 F.R. 14045)

$ 210.52 Annual report; FPC Form No. 12-A. (a) The FPC Form No. 12-A, Power System Statement (Class III and Class IV systems), including the instructions and schedules therein contained, be and the same hereby is approved;

(b) Each corporation, person, agency, authority or other legal entity or instrumentality, whether public or private which operates facilities for the generation or transmission, or distribution of

Filed as part of the original document.

electric energy, and which is in the classification of a Class III or Class IV system (as the same are defined in the accompanying FPC Form No. 12-A') shall hereafter annually prepare and file with the Commission, on or before the date indicated by said form, such statement or statements and in such form as is required by said instructions and schedules, setting forth the answers to the questions therein stated and furnishing

the information therein called for: Provided, That said form shall not be required to be prepared and filed for Class III systems having "net energy for system” during the year less than 5,000,000 kilowatt-hours (as the same is defined in the accompanying form), or for Class IV systems having energy received plus net generation during the year less than 5,000,000 kilowatt-hours except as specifically directed. [Order 119, Nov. 20, 1944, effective Dec. 20, 1944, 9 F.R. 14045]

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TITLE 19—CUSTOMS DUTIES

CHAPTER I-BUREAU OF CUSTOMS

DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

NOTE: Treasury Decision 51167, Acting Secretary of the Treasury, Dec. 26, 1944, 9 F.R. 15061, provides as follows:

All orders waiving compliance with the navigation laws administered by the Treasury Department which are in effect on December 31, 1944, whether issued by the Secretary of the Treasury pursuant to the authority vested in him by the provisions of section 501 of the Second War Powers Act, 1942 (50 U.S.C. App., Sup., 635), or confirmed and continued by him in his order of April 1, 1942 (T.D. 50594, 7 F.R. 2600), are hereby continued in effect pursuant to the authority vested in me by section 501 of the Second War Powers Act, 1942, as extended by the Act of December 20, 1944 (Public Law 509, 78th Congress); Provided, That nothing herein contained shall be deemed to continue in effect any such order which, by its terms, is effective only until and including December 31, 1944, or for the duration of the calendar year 1944.

Part 1 Customs districts and ports; dele

gation of powers to Commissioner

of Customs. (Amended) 2 Measurement of vessels. (Amend

ed] 3 Documentation of vessels.

(Amended) 4 Vessels in foreign and domestic

trades. (Amended] 6 Air commerce regulations.

(Amended) 8 Liability for duties; entry of im

ported merchandise. (Amended] 10 Articles conditionally free, subject

to a reduced rate, etc. (Amend

ed] 11 Packing and stamping; marking;

trade-marks and trade names;

copyrights. (Amended] 13 Sugars, sirups, and molasses; pe

troleum products; wool and hair.

(Amended) 14 Appraisement. (Amended] 15 Relief from duties on merchandise

lost, stolen, destroyed, injured, abandoned, short-shipped.

(Amended) 17 Protests and reappraisements.

(Amended)

Part 18 Transportation in bond and mer

chandise in transit. (Amended] 19 Customs warehouses and control of

merchandise therein. (Amend

ed] 21 Cartage and lighterage. (Amend

ed] 22 Drawback. (Amended] 23 Enforcement of customs and navi

gation laws. (Amended] 24 Customs financial and accounting

procedure. (Amended) 25 Customs bonds. (Note) 51 Imports and exports subject to the

provisions of Executive Order 8389, as amended, and Proclamation 2497, regarding "Blocked Na

tionals". [Amended) 52 Regulations under Trading with the

Enemy Act. (Amended] 56 Extensions of time pursuant to

proclamation of the President under section 318, Tariff Act of 1930.

(Amended] 58 Free entry of certain feeds for live

stock and poultry and certain other products. (Added]

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