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Treasury Decisions Under Customs and Other Laws (Volume 27)

Treasury Decisions Under Customs and Other Laws (Volume 27)

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1915 Excerpt: ... The remaining 8-ounce samples of sirup shall be retained by the collector. From time to time samples shall be taken from export shipments of sirup and compared with the samples furnished by the manufacturer upon which the drawback allowance is predicated. If, in the judgment of the collector, the samples so taken are not comparable with the samples filed with the collector the facts shall be reported to the department for instructions. T. D. 34331 of March 31, 1914, and T. D. 34392 of April 17, 1914, are hereby revoked. (62354.) Wm. P. Malburn, Assistant Secretary. (T. D. 34664.) Drawback on sugar and sirups. Amending T. D. 34340 of April 2, 1914, with respect to the abstract from the refinery record, and prescribing the manner in which stock in process at the beginning and ending of refining periods shall be accounted for. Treasury Department, July 27, 1914To collectors of customs and others concerned: The department's regulations of April 2, 1914 (T. D. 34340), amending T. D. 33062 of January 3, 1913, providing for the payment of drawback on refined sugars and sirups, with respect to the abstract from the refinery records to be filed, are hereby amended to provide that such abstract from the refinery record shall also show the stock in process in pounds and the approximate sucrose content at the beginning and end of the melt period covered thereby. The stock in process at the beginning of a period, as shown by the abstract, to be liquidated shall be reduced to factors representing free and duty-paid raw sugar in the following manner: 1. Ascertain the proportions of dutiable and free sugar melted during the preceding period. 2. Ascertain th? average rate of duty per pound paid on the dutiable raw sugar m?lted during the preceding period by dividing the tot...