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8000 - Miscellaneous Statutes and Regulations


MISCELLANEOUS STATUTES AND REGULATIONS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS


ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE

Chapter 5—Administrative Procedure

SUBCHAPTER I—GENERAL PROVISIONS

SUBCHAPTER II—ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE

Chapter 6—The Analysis of Regulatory Functions

Chapter 7—Judicial Review

ANNUZIO-WYLIE ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING ACT OF 1992

BANK PROTECTION ACT OF 1968

BANK RECORDS AND FOREIGN TRANSACTIONS

BANK SERVICE COMPANY ACT

CHAPTER IV—DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

SUBCHAPTER A—REGULATIONS UNDER SECTION 15C OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934

PART 400—RULES OF GENERAL APPLICATION

PART 401—EXEMPTIONS


Sec. 401.1 Exemption for organizations handling transactions in United States Savings Bonds
Sec. 401.2 Exemption for depository institutions that submit tenders for the account of customers for purchase on original issue of United States Treasury securities
Sec. 401.3 Exemption for financial institutions that are engaged in limited government securities brokerage activities
Sec. 401.4 Exemption for financial institutions engaged in limited government securities dealer activities
Sec. 401.5 Exemption for corporate credit unions transacting limited government securities business with other credit unions
Sec. 401.6 Exemption for branches and agencies of foreign banks that deal solely with non-United States citizens resident offshore
Sec. 401.7 Temporary exemption for certain government securities brokers and dealers terminating business on or before October 31, 1987
Sec. 401.8 Temporary exemption for government securities brokers and dealers that are futures commission merchants registered with the CFTC

PART 402—FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

PART 403—PROTECTION OF CUSTOMER SECURITIES AND BALANCES

PART 404—RECORDKEEPING AND PRESERVATION OF RECORDS

PART 405—REPORTS AND AUDIT

PART 449—FORMS, SECTION 15C OF THE SECURITIES EXCHANGE ACT OF 1934


Sec. 449.1 Form G–FIN, notification by financial institutions of status as government securities broker or dealer pursuant to section 15C(a)(1)(B)(i) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934
Sec. 449.2 Form G–FINW, notification by financial institutions of cessation of status as government securities broker or dealer pursuant to section 15C(a)(1)(B)(i) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and § 400.6 of this chapter
Sec. 449.3 Form G–FIN–4, notification by persons associated with financial institutions that are government securities brokers and dealers pursuant to section 15C(a)(1)(B)(i) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and § 400.4 of this chapter
Sec. 449.4 Form G–FIN–5, notification of termination of association with a financial institution that is a government securities broker or dealer pursuant to section 15C(a)(1)(B)(i) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and § 400.4 of this chapter

PART 450—CUSTODIAL HOLDINGS OF GOVERNMENT SECURITIES BY DEPOSITORY INSTITUTIONS

DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY STAFF INTERPRETATIONS OF GOVERNMENT SECURITIES REGULATIONS


DT-1 Definition of ``associated person'' and ``fiduciary capacity'' in section 400.3 of the temporary securities regulations
DT-2 Custodial holdings of government securities by depository institutions
DT-3 Confirmation of government securities transactions
DT-4 Application of the Government Securities Act to the operations of a trust department
DT-5 Financial institutions performing clearing and custodial services for exempt depository institutions are subject to ``no lien'' provision of section 450.4
DT-6 Interpretation of the temporary lag provision in section 403.5; hold-in-custody repurchase transactions
DT-7 Distinctions between ``tri-party'' and ``hold-in-custody'' repurchase agreement transactions
DT-8 Clarification of the purpose of Treasury Form PD 1832
DT-8A Continuing misuse of Form PD F 1832
DT-9 Interpretation regarding the proper treatment of government securities in certain repurchase transactions

CRIMINAL LAWS AND PROCEDURES

Applicable Sections of Title 18, United States Code


SEC.   1 [Repealed]
SEC.   6 Department and agency defined
SEC.  20 Financial institution defined
SEC. 111 Assaulting, resisting, or impeding certain officers or employees
SEC. 212 Offer of loan or gratuity to financial institution examiner
SEC. 213 Acceptance of loan or gratuity by financial institution examiner
SEC. 214 Offer for procurement of Federal Reserve bank loan and discount of commercial paper
SEC. 215 Receipt of commissions or gifts for procuring loans
SEC. 333 Mutilation of national bank obligations
SEC. 334 Issuance of Federal Reserve or national bank notes
SEC. 337 Coins as security for loans
SEC. 493 Bonds and obligations of certain lending agencies
SEC. 644 Banker receiving unauthorized deposit of public money
SEC. 655 Theft by bank examiner
SEC. 656 Theft, embezzlement, or misapplication by bank officer or employee
SEC. 657 Lending, credit and insurance institutions
SEC. 709 False advertising or misuse of names to indicate Federal agency
SEC. 986 Subpoenas for bank records
SEC. 1001 Statements or entries generally
SEC. 1004 Certification of checks
SEC. 1005 Bank entries, reports and transactions
SEC. 1006 Federal credit institution entries, reports and transactions
SEC. 1007 Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation transactions
SEC. 1014 Loan and credit applications generally; renewals and discounts; crop insurance
SEC. 1032 Concealment of assets from conservator, receiver, or liquidating agent of financial institution
SEC. 1114 Protection of officers and employees of the United States
SEC. 1306 Participation by financial institutions
SEC. 1341 Frauds and swindles
SEC. 1343 Fraud by wire, radio, or television
SEC. 1344 Bank fraud
SEC. 1517 Obstructing examination of financial institution
SEC. 1905 Disclosure of confidential information generally
SEC. 1906 Disclosure of information from a bank examination report
SEC. 1909 Examiner performing other services
SEC. 1956 Laundering of monetary instruments
SEC. 1957 Engaging in monetary transactions in property derived from specified unlawful activity
SEC. 2113 Bank robbery and incidental crimes
SEC. 2314 Transportation of stolen goods, securities, moneys, fraudulent State tax stamps, or articles used in counterfeiting
SEC. 3056 Powers, authority, and duties of United States Secret Service
SEC. 3056A Powers, authorities, and duties of United States Secret Service Uniformed Division
SEC. 3293 Financial institution offenses
SEC. 3322 Disclosure of certain matters occurring before grand jury
SEC. 6001 Definitions
SEC. 6002 Immunity generally
SEC. 6003 Court and grand jury proceedings
SEC. 6004 Certain administrative proceedings
SEC. 6005 Congressional proceedings


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