Monetary Offices – Federal Register Recent Federal Regulation Documents

Proposed Agency Information Collection Activities, Comment Request
Document Number: 2015-18638
Type: Notice
Date: 2015-07-30
Agency: Monetary Offices
In accordance with the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (PRA or Act) and its implementing regulations, the National Capital Planning Commission (NCPC or Commission) announces an opportunity for a thirty (30) day public comment on a proposed Generic Clearance for the Collection of Qualitative Date for Planning Initiatives undertaken by the NCPC. A copy of the draft supporting statement is available at www.ncpc.gov. Following review and disposition of public comments, NCPC will submit this generic information request to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for review and approval, and additional public comment will be solicited. Comments submitted in response to this notice will be summarized and/or included in the request for OMB approval. Written comments will be available for public review at www.ncpc.gov.
Prohibition on the Exportation, Melting, or Treatment of 5-Cent and One-Cent Coins; Correction
Document Number: E7-21272
Type: Rule
Date: 2007-10-29
Agency: Monetary Offices, Department of Treasury, Department of the Treasury
This document corrects the United States Mint's regulations that prohibit the exportation, melting, and treatment of 5-cent and one-cent coins. These regulations, added in December 2006, were inadvertently allowed to expire on April 14, 2007. A final rule, which was published in the Federal Register of Monday, April 16, 2007 (72 FR 18880), was intended to extend the effectiveness of these requirements. However, that document failed to set out the revised 31 CFR Part 82 in its entirety, and this document corrects the agency's regulations by doing so.
Assessment of Civil Penalties for Misuse of Words, Letters, Symbols, and Emblems of the United States Mint
Document Number: E7-21132
Type: Rule
Date: 2007-10-26
Agency: Monetary Offices, Department of Treasury, Department of the Treasury
The United States Mint is adopting a new rule establishing procedures under which the United States Mint will implement and execute the provisions of 31 U.S.C. 333(c), which authorizes the Secretary of the Treasury to assess a civil penalty against any person who has misused the words, titles, abbreviations, initials, symbols, emblems, seals, or badges of the United States Mint.
Prohibition on the Exportation, Melting, or Treatment of 5-Cent and One-Cent Coins
Document Number: E7-7088
Type: Rule
Date: 2007-04-16
Agency: Monetary Offices, Department of Treasury, Department of the Treasury
To protect the coinage of the United States, the United States Mint is adopting a final rule that prohibits the exportation, melting, and treatment of 5-cent and one-cent coins. This rule is issued pursuant to 31 U.S.C. 5111(d), which authorizes the Secretary of the Treasury to prohibit or limit the exportation, melting, or treatment of United States coins when the Secretary decides the prohibition or limitation is necessary to protect the coinage of the United States. This rule's purpose is to ensure that sufficient quantities of 5-cent and one-cent coins remain in circulation to meet the needs of the United States.
Prohibition on the Exportation, Melting, or Treatment of 5-Cent and One-Cent Coins
Document Number: 06-9777
Type: Rule
Date: 2006-12-20
Agency: Monetary Offices, Department of Treasury, Department of the Treasury
To protect the coinage of the United States, this interim rule prohibits the exportation, melting, and treatment of 5-cent and one- cent coins. This interim rule is issued pursuant to 31 U.S.C. 5111(d), which authorizes the Secretary of the Treasury to prohibit or limit the exportation, melting, or treatment of United States coins when the Secretary decides the prohibition or limitation is necessary to protect the coinage of the United States. This interim rule is effective until April 14, 2007. The public is invited to comment until January 14, 2007. Thereafter, but prior to April 14, 2007, the Department of the Treasury will reevaluate the need for the rule in light of the public comments, and other relevant factors. Upon consideration of the public comments and other relevant factors, the Department of the Treasury may issue a final rule extending or modifying the provisions of this interim rule, or may allow the interim rule to expire without extension.