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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
O F N E W YORK
\
r Circular No. 2 5 4 8 1
I November 20. 1942 J

USE OF WAR LOAN DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS TO FACILITATE WAR FINANCING

To All Incorporated Banks and Trust Companies
in the Second Federal Reserve District:

The Secretary of the T r e a s u r y has announced a war financing campaign of unprecedented
size s t a r t i n g November 30, 1942. P r i m a r y emphasis is placed upon sales of Government
securities to the general public and the Victory F u n d Committee has organized a large staff
of volunteer salesmen to solicit subscriptions f r o m individuals and non-banking institutions
of all types. However, securities appropriate f o r subscriptions by banks, for their own
account, are also included in the offerings.
The current financing will cover war expenditures f o r two months, and Secretary
Morgenthau, in his preliminary announcement of this program, indicated that it may lead
to bimonthly instead of monthly financing operations hereafter. Such financing operations
must of necessity be on a substantially larger scale than heretofore and make it important
that the banks give f u r t h e r consideration to the best method of making payments for the
large amounts of securities that will be purchased by them and their depositors.
During the first W o r l d W a r there was developed the so-called W a r Loan Deposit Account
procedure by means of which banks are permitted to make payment f o r Government securities
purchased, not only f o r themselves but for their customers as well, by a deposit to the credit
of the Government on their own books. These deposits are subsequently withdrawn by the
T r e a s u r y , in instalments, as needed to meet Government expenditures. As the withdrawals
a r e closely synchronized with the actual disbursement of the money, this method is designed
to prevent, so f a r as is possible, the dislocation of f u n d s which would otherwise occur. If all
banks were to make immediate remittances in full payment f o r their own and their customers'
subscriptions to Government securities on the date of issue, a very large volume of f u n d s
would be withdrawn f r o m use, and a considerable time would elapse before all of these f u n d s
would be returned to the banks through Government disbursements.
During recent y e a r s when most banks have had large excess reserves there has been less
occasion to use the W a r Loan Deposit method of making payment for Government securities,
and as a result there are now considerably fewer banks maintaining W a r Loan Deposit
Accounts than was formerly the case. Now that war expenditures and the volume of Government financing are attaining such magnitude, it becomes important for all banks to consider
carefully whether it would not be to their interest to qualify as Government depositaries,
and thus to be in a position to make payment (either in full or in p a r t ) f o r Government securities, f o r which they and their customers subscribe, by means of credits to W a r Loan Deposit
Accounts, r a t h e r than by immediate remittance.




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Government f u n d s in these accounts are left in the banks until they are needed, and then
withdrawn by the T r e a s u r y in instalments. They are almost immediately returned to the
banking system in the f o r m of private deposits through Government disbursements, so t h a t
there is little change in aggregate deposits as a result of these transactions. There is, of
course, bound to be some shifting in the distribution of funds, since the disbursal of Government f u n d s does not penetrate to all communities and banks in exact proportion to the
purchase of Government securities, nor with equal promptness, but effects on the reserve
positions of the banks are reduced to a minimum by the use of this method.
Any incorporated bank or trust company in this District not presently qualified as a
special depositary of public moneys may apply for qualification as such depositary by submitting to us an application 011 F o r m H-5 accompanied by a certified copy of a resolution of
its board of directors 011 F o r m J-5 (copies of these forms, and of T r e a s u r y Circular No. 92
r e f e r r e d to below, are enclosed). In fixing the maximum amount of deposits f o r which it will
apply, the applicant should be guided by the amount of the payments which it expects to make,
f o r itself and others, in respect of Government securities which may be paid f o r by credit to
the W a r Loan Deposit Account, and should also be guided by any statutory limitations upon
the amount of deposits which it is permitted to receive f r o m any one depositor. Upon approval
of the application, the depositary will open and maintain a separate account f o r such deposits,
in our name as fiscal agent of the United States, known as the W a r Loan Deposit Account and
will pledge with us, as collateral for such deposits, securities of the character and in the
amount required by T r e a s u r y Circular No. 92.
Any special depositary now or h e r e a f t e r qualified which wishes to increase its maximum
qualification in order to make g r e a t e r use of its account, may submit its application for such
increase on F o r m H-5 accompanied by a certified copy of resolution on F o r m J-5. The T r e a s u r y
has recently authorized increases in the maximum qualification of a depositary, in appropriate
cases, to more than 100% of its capital and surplus and has provided that any of the securities
r e f e r r e d to in T r e a s u r y Circular No. 92 are eligible as collateral for the full amount of deposits
including any amount in excess of 100% of the capital and surplus of the depositary.*
W e recommend, therefore, in the light of the prospective increased amount of war financing and in order to minimize the effect of purchases of Government securities upon the reserve
position of banks and t r u s t companies, that any incorporated bank or t r u s t company not
presently qualified apply f o r designation as a special depositary of public moneys, and t h a t all
depositaries now qualified make effective use of their W a r Loan Deposit Accounts. Applications
f o r designation as special depositaries and applications f o r increase of maximum qualification
of presently qualified depositaries will be given prompt attention.
ALLAN

SPROUL,

President.

•The previous requirement, set forth in our Circular No. 2478, dated August 12, 1942, that deposits in a
War Loan Deposit Account in excess of 100% of the capital and surplus of the depositary must be
secured by Government securities of equal face value, has been rescinded.




G. D. 6.3 2M 11-42
Form H-5—Accounts and Deposits.

APPLICATION FOR DEPOSITS

To the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, fiscal agent of the United States:
The undersigned bank or trust company, in accordance with the provisions of Treasury
Department Circular No. 92, (revised, February 23, 1932), and pursuant to due action of its board
of directors, hereby makes application for the deposit of public moneys with it from time to time
under the Act of Congress approved September 24, 1917, as amended, the aggregate amount of
such deposits not to exceed at any one time $
; and assigns and agrees to pledge,
from time to time to and with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, as fiscal agent of the
United States, as collateral security for such deposits as may be made from time to time pursuant
to this application, securities of the character and amount required by said circular.

By

President

-

(Vice

President).

Street
City or town
State
Form J-5—Accounts and Deposits.

RESOLUTIONS AUTHORIZING APPLICATION FOR DEPOSITS
I hereby certify that the following resolutions were duly adopted at a meeting of the board
of directors of the below-named bank (trust company), which meeting was duly called and duly
held on the
day of
- , 19
, a quorum being present,
and that the said resolutions were spread upon the minutes of said meeting:
Resolved, That in accordance with the provisions of Treasury Department Circular No. 92,
(revised February 23, 1932), this bank (trust company) makes application for the deposit of public moneys with it from time to time under the Act of Congress approved September 24, 1917, as
amended, the aggregate amount of such deposits not to exceed at any one time $
;
and assigns and agrees to pledge from time to time to and with the Federal Reserve Bank of
New York, as fiscal agent of the United States, as collateral security for such deposits as may
be made from time to time, pursuant to such application, securities of the character and amount
required by said circular; and
Resolved, That the president, or any vice president, or cashier, or assistant cashier, or
secretary, or assistant secretary, or treasurer, or assistant treasurer, of the undersigned bank
(trust company) is hereby authorized to make application, assignment, and agreement as aforesaid, and from time to time to deliver to and pledge with said Federal Reserve Bank, or any
custodian or custodians appointed by it, securities of the undersigned bank (trust company) of
a character and amount at least sufficient to secure such deposits according to the terms of said
Treasury Department circular, and from time to time to withdraw securities and to substitute
other securities and to pledge and deposit additional securities.
In witness whereof I have hereunto signed my name and affixed the seal of the_
of




Cashier

(Secretary).

SPECIAL DEPOSITS OF PUBLIC MONEYS UNDER THE ACT OF CONGRESS APPROVED SEPTEMBER 2 4 , 1917, AS
AMENDED

„
,
J®33 , „
Department Circular No. 92 1
(Revised)

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
O F F I C E OF T H E SECRETARY,

Washington, February 23, 1932.

Accounts and Deposits

To Federal Reserve Banks and other banks and trust companies incorporated under the laws oj
the United States or oj any State:
Department Circular No. 92, dated October 1, 1928, as amended, is revised to read as
follows:
GENERAL

PROVISIONS

Any incorporated bank or trust company in the United States desiring to participate in
deposits of public moneys, as authorized by the act of Congress approved September 24, 1917,
as amended, should make application to the Federal Reserve Bank of its district.
Application for deposit of public moneys under said act must be in Form H-5, hereto attached,
and must be accompanied by a certified copy of a resolution, duly adopted by the board of directors of the applicant, in Form J-5, hereto attached.
Depositaries already qualified to a sufficient amount pursuant to Department Circular No.
92, dated October 1, 1928, as amended, will not be required to file new formal applications or
resolutions, but if they desire to receive or retain deposits after March 7, 1932, must so notify
the Federal Reserve Bank of the district in which they are located; and they will, by the acceptance or retention of deposits after March 7, 1932, be conclusively presumed to have assented to
all the terms and provisions hereof, and to the retention of collateral security theretofore pledged
as collateral security hereunder.
Depositaries heretofore designated, which have been wholly inactive for a period of 2 years
preceding the date of this circular, will be discontinued, and, in the future, the designation of
all such depositaries which have not applied for deposits for a period of 2 years will be automatically canceled. Depositaries so discontinued may be redesignated at any time, upon full compliance with the terms of this circular and upon recommendation of the Federal Reserve Banks.
Depositaries, heretofore or hereafter designated, which, having subscribed to an offering of
United States bonds, notes, or certificates of indebtedness, and having in due course received
an allotment on their subscription, refuse to receive the said allotmen t and make payment therefor
may be discontinued. 2 Depositaries so discontinued may be redesignated upon full compliance
with the terms of this circular, upon recommendation of the Federal Reserve Bank of their
district, and upon the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury.
In fixing the maximum amount of deposits for which it will apply, the applicant bank or
trust company should be guided by the amount of the payments which it expects to make, for
itself and others, on account of bonds, notes, and certificates of indebtedness of the United States
issued tinder authority of said Act, and income taxes, as the case may be, and, as well, by any
statutory limitations upon the amount of deposits which the applicant bank or trust company
may receive from any one depositor. 3
" Any application may be rejected or the applicant may be designated for a smaller maximum
amount than that applied for. After receiving the recommendations of the Federal Reserve
Banks, the Secretary of the Treasury will designate approved depositaries.
COLLATERAL

SECURITY

Designated depositaries will be required before receiving deposits to qualify by pledging as
collateral security for such deposits, including interest thereon, securities of any of the following
classes, to an amount, taken at the rates and conforming to the conditions provided below, at
least equal to such deposits:
» Circular reprinted June 16, 1941.
»» See footnote No. 7 at bottom of page 3.




1. United States Government Securities.—Bonds, notes, certificates of indebtedness, and
Treasury bills of the United States Government of any issue, including interim certificates or
receipts for payment therefor; all at face value.4
2. Federal Farm Loan, insular, and territorial government securities.—Bonds and debentures issued under the Federal Farm Loan Act, as amended, bonds of Porto Rico, bonds and
certificates of indebtedness of the Philippine Islands, and bonds of the Territory of Hawaii;
all at market value, not to exceed face value.5
3. State bonds.—Bonds of any State of the United States; at market value, not to exceed
face value.
4. State notes, certificates of indebtedness and warrants.—Approved notes, certificates
of indebtedness, and warrants issued by any State of the United States; at 90 percent of market
value, not to exceed face value.
5. Municipal securities.—Approved bonds of any county, city, or political subdivision in
the United States; and approved notes, certificates of indebtedness, and warrants with a fixed
maturity issued by any county or city in the United States, which are direct obligations of the
county or city as a whole, or which are payable from general taxes levied on all taxable property
in such county of city; all at 90 percent of market value, not to exceed face value; provided,
that the obligations tendered are issued by a county, city, or political subdivision in the United
States which has obligations classified in one of the three highest grades by a recognized investment-service organization regularly engaged in the business of rating or grading bonds.
6. Railroad, public utility, and industrial securities.—Approved bonds, listed on a recognized stock exchange, and notes, of domestic railroad companies within the United States;
approved equipment trust obligations of such domestic railroad companies; and approved bonds
and notes of domestic electric railway and traction companies, telephone and telegraph companies, electric-light, power, and gas companies, and industrial companies, secured (directly or
by the pledge of mortgage bonds) by mortgage upon physical properties in the United States and
listed on a recognized stock exchange; all at 75 percent of market value, not to exceed face value;
provided, that all such bonds, notes, and obligations are classified in one of the four highest
grades by a recognized investment service organization regularly engaged in the business of
rating or grading bonds.
7. National credit corporation gold notes.—Gold notes of the National Credit Corporation;
at 90 percent of face value.
8. Commercial paper and bankers' acceptances.—Commercial paper and bankers' acceptances having maturity at the time of pledge of not to exceed 6 months, exclusive of days of
grace, and which are otherwise eligible for rediscount or purchase by Federal Reserve Banks,
and which have been approved by the Federal Reserve Bank of the district in which the depositary is located; at 90 percent of face value. All such commercial paper and acceptances must
bear the indorsement of the depositary bank or trust company.
9. Customers' notes, drafts, and bills of exchange.—Customers' notes, drafts, and bills of
exchange indorsed by a correspondent incorporated bank or trust company and rediscounted
by the depositary bank or trust company, when approved by the Federal Reserve Bank of the
district in which the depositary is located; at 75 percent of face value. All such notes, drafts,
and bills of exchange must bear the indorsement of the depositary bank or trust company.
10. Notes and bills payable of a correspondent incorporated bank or trust company.—
Notes and bills payable of a correspondent incorporated bank or trust company secured by
customers' notes, drafts, or bills of exchange, or by other collateral eligible under this circular,
to at least an equal amount, when approved by the Federal Reserve Bank of the district in
which the depositary is located; at 75 percent of face value. All such notes and bills payable
must bear the indorsement of the depositary bank or trust company.6
No security shall be valued at more than face value. No municipal bond, obligation, or
evidence of indebtedness, shall be accepted unless the municipality has been in existence for a
period of 10 years. No State or municipal bond, obligation, or evidence of indebtedness shall
* By supplement dated April 27, 1938, paragraph 1-A i« added and reads as follows:
"OBLIGATIONS GUARANTEED BY T H E U N I T E D STATES.—Obligations fully and unconditionally guaranteed both as to principal and
interest by the United States; all at face value."
» By supplement dated July 24, 1933. paragraph 2 amended to read as follows:
"FEDERAL FARM LOAN, INSULAR, AND TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT SECURITIES.—Bonds and debentures issued under
the Federal Loan Act, as amended (other than bonds of the Federal land Banks as specified in paragraph 11), bonds of Puerto Rico, bonds and
certificates of indebtedness of the Philippine Islands, and bonds of the Territory of Hawaii; all at market value, not to exceed face value."
• By supplement dated July 24, 1933, paragraph 1! is added and by supplement dated March 11, 1940, amended to read as follows:
„ " u . FEDERAL LAND BANK BONDS, OBLIGATIONS OF THE FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANKS, OBLIGATIONS OF THE
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION. A N D OBLIGATIONS OF PUBLIC HOUSING AGENCIES.—Bonds of the Federal Land Banks, obligations of the Federal Home Loan Banks, obligations of the Federal National Mortgage Association, and obligations of Public
Housing Agencies (as defined in the United States Housing Act of 1937, as amended) when secured to the full amount thereof by a Requisition Agreement with the United States Housing Authority; all at face value."




be accepted if the state or municipality has made default in payment of principal or interest
during the past 10 years.
The right is reserved to call for additional coollateral security at any time.
The approval and valuation of securities is committed to the several Federal Reserve Banks,
acting under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury. The withdrawal of securities, the
pledge of additional securities, and the substitution of securities shall be made from time to time
as required or permitted by the Federal Reserve Banks, acting under like direction.
CUSTODY OF SECURITIES

All securities accepted as collateral security for deposits hereunder must be deposited with
the Federal Reserve Bank or branch of the district in which the depositary is located, as fiscal
agent of the United States.
HOW DEPOSITS ARE TO BE MADE

Each qualified depositary will be required to open and maintain or continue for the account
of the Federal Reserve Bank of its district, as fiscal agent of the United States, a separate account
for deposits to be made hereunder, to be known as the "War Loan Deposit Account."
Qualified depositaries, if and to the extent from time to time hereafter authorized by the
Secretary of the Treasury, may be permitted to make payment by credit, when due, of amounts
payable on subscriptions made by or through them for bonds, notes, and certificates of indebtedness of the United States issued under authority of said Act.7 In order to make payment
by credit, the depostiary must, on or before the date when such payment is due, notify the
Federal Reserve Bank of the district of such intention and issue a certificate of advice to such
Federal Reserve Bank, stating that a sum specified has been deposited with such depositary for
the account of such Federal Reserve Bank, as fiscal agent of the United States, in the War
Loan Deposit Account. Such certificate of advice must be substantially in Form K-2, hereto
attached.
Payment of income taxes cannot be made by credit. Out of the unexpended cash proceeds,
if any, arising from the payment of income taxes, deposits may be made through the Federal
Reserve Banks, imder direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, with qualified depositaries
throughout the United States, as may be hereafter announced by the Secretary of the Treasury.
All deposits and withdrawals will be made by the Federal Reserve Banks by direction of the
Secretary of the Treasury.
The amount deposited with any depositary shall not in the aggregate exceed at any one time
(a) the maximum amount for which it shall have been designated as a depositary, nor (b) the
aggregate amount of the collateral security pledged by it taken at the rates hereinbefore provided.
WITHDRAWAL OF DEPOSITS

All deposits will be payable on demand without previous notice. Calls for withdrawals of
deposits with special depositaries will be made through the Federal Reserve Banks, and depositaries will be required to arrange for payments of such calls in funds that will be immediately
available on the payment due date.
INTEREST ON DEPOSITS

Each depositary will be required to pay interest at the rate of one-half of one percent per
annum on daily balances.8
The right is reserved to amend or supplement or revise the provisions of this circular at any
time or from time to time.
O G D E N L. M I L L S ,
Secretary of the Treasury.
7
By supplement dated January 30, 1934, provision is made for payment by credit through "War Loan Deposit Accounts" for accepted tenders
of Treasury bills in specific cases where the Treasury offering authorizes payment in thiis manner.
' By supplement dated June 14, 1933, effective June 15,1933, special depositaries designated under the terms of Treasury Department Circular
No. 92, are not required to pay interest on daily balances in "WAR LOAN DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS."




FORM H-5—ACCOUNTS AND DEPOSITS.
APPLICATION

FOR

DEPOSITS

To the Federal Reserve Bank
, fiscal agent of the United States:
The undersigned bank or trust company, in accordance with the provisions of Treasury Department Cirular
No. 92 (revised February 23, 1932), and pursuant to due action of its board of directors, hereby makes application
for the deposit of public moneys, with it from time to time under the Act of Congress approved September24,1917,
as amended, the aggregate amount of such deposits not to exceed at any one time $
; and assigns
and agrees to pledge, from time to time to and with the Federal Reserve Bank of
,
as fiscal agent of the United States, as collateral security for such deposits as may be made from time to time pursuant to this application, securities of the character and amount required by said circular.
By
President (Vice President
*

Street
City or town
State
FORM J-5—ACCOUNTS AND DEPOSITS.
RESOLUTIONS

AUTHORIZING

APPLICATION

FOR

DEPOSITS

I hereby certify t h a t the following resolutions were duly adopted at a meeting of the board of directors of
the below-named bank (trust company), which meeting was duly called and duly held on the
day of
, 193—, a quorum being present, and t h a t the said resolutions were spread upon the minutes of
said meeting:
Resolved, Thaf in accordance with the provisions of Treasury Department Circular No. 92 (revised February 23, 1932), this bank (trust company) makes application for the deposit of public moneys with it from time
to time under the Act of Congress approved September 24, 1917, as amended, the aggregate amount of such
deposits not exceed at any one time $
; and assigns and agrees to pledge from time to time to and
with the Federal Reserve Bank of
, as fiscal agent of the United States, as
collateral security for such deposits as may be made from time to time, pursuant to such application, securities
of the character and amount required by said circular; and
Resolved, T h a t the president, or any vice president, or cashier, or assistant cashier, or secretary, or assistant
secretary, or treasurer, or assistant treasurer, of the undersigned bank (trust company) is hereby authorized to
make application, assignment, and agreement as aforesaid, and from time to time to deliver to and pledge with
said Federal Reserve Bank, or any custodian or custodians appointed by it, securities of the undersigned bank
(trust company) of a character and amount a t least sufficient to secure such deposits according to the terms of
said Treasury Department circular, and from time to time to withdraw securities and to substitute other securities and to pledge and deposit additional securities.
In witness whereof I have hereunto signed my name and affixed the seal of the
of
Cashier

(Secretary).

FORM K-2—ACCOUNTS AND DEPOSITS.
CERTIFICATE

OF

ADVISE

(Title of bank or trust company)
(Location)

, 193
(Date)

I hereby certify t h a t there has been deposited this day with the above bank (trust company), to the credit
of the Federal Reserve Bank of
, as fiscal agent of the United States, War Loan Deposit
Account, to be held subject to withdrawal on demand, the sum of
dollars, consisting
of payment for
Bonds
Notes
Certificates of indebtedness

-{accrued interest
/principal
\accrued interest
{ ^ ^ S ^ i ^ U r o s t l 11111111111111111111111111111

$
$
$__
SlIIIIIIIIZIIZZIIIZII

Total $_
Cashier or Vice
(The depositary will forward this to the Federal Reserve Bank of




President.
)

U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1 9 4 2 — 0 - 4 5 8 3 3 9

T H E PROCLAIMED LIST OF
BLOCKED

CERTAIN

NATIONALS

CUMULATIVE

SUPPLEMENT

No. 1
NOVEMBER 20,

1942

•
Containing Additions, Amendments, and
Deletions Made Since Revision IV, Dated




November 12, 1942

UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
WASHINGTON : 1942




DEPARTMENT OF

STATE

PUBLICATION 1 8 3 3

T H E PROCLAIMED LIST OF CERTAIN
BLOCKED NATIONALS
Cumulative Supplement No. 1, November 20. 1942
to
Revision IV of November 12, 1942
ADMINISTRATIVE

ORDER

By virtue of the authority vested in the Secretary of State, acting in conjunction with the Secretary of the Treasury, the Attorney General, the
Secretary of Commerce, the Board of Economic Warfare, and the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs, by Proclamation 2497 of the President of July
17, 1941 (6 F.R. 3555), the following Supplement 1 containing certain additions to, amendments to, and deletions from The Proclaimed List of Certain
Blocked Nationals, Revision IV of November 12, 1942 (7 F.R. 9510); Is
hereby promulgated.
By direction of the President:

CORDELL H U L L

Secretary of State

RANDOLPH P A U L

Acting Secretary of the Treasury

FRANCIS

BIDDLE

Attorney General

JESSE H .

JONES

Secretary of Commerce

MILO

PERKINS

Executive Director,
Board of Economic Warfare

NELSON A .

ROCKEFELLER

Coordinator of I tiler-American
Affairs

November 20. 1942




1

CONTENTS
Pago

Page
GENERAL N O T E S

3

PART I

Argentina.
Bolivia . . . . . . . . .
Brazil . . . . . . . . . .
Chile.
Colombia . * . . » . . .
Costa Rica,:.
Ecuador
El Salvador
Honduras. . . . . . . .
Mexico
Nicaragua
Panama




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6
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PART I . — C o n t i n u e d .

Paraguay
Peru
Uruguay
Venezuela
PART

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12
12
13

II

Iran
Morocco
Portugal and Possessions .
Spain and Possessions . .
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey

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GENERAL NOTES
(Revised as of Cumulative Supplement No. 1 to Revision IV)
(1) The Proclaimed List Ls divided into two parts: part I relates to listings
in the American republics; part II relates to listings outside the American republics.
(2) In part I titles are listed in their letter-address form, word for word as
written in that form, with the following exceptions:
If the title includes a full personal name, that is, a given name or
initial and surname, the title is listed under the surname.
Personal-name prefixes such as de, la, von, etc., are considered as
part of the surname and are the basis for listing.
The listing is made under the next word of the title when the
initial word or phrase, or abbreviation thereof, is one of the
following Spanish forms or similar equivalent forms in any
other language:
Companfa: Cfa. : Comp.
Compaiila An6nima: C.A.; Comp. An6n.
Sociedad; Soc.
Sociedad An6nima; S.A.; Soc. An«5n.
(3) Addresses appearing after names on the List are not intended to exclude
other addresses of the same firms or individuals. A listed name refers
to all branches of the business in the country.
(4). Revision IV of the Proclaimed List, of which this is a supplement, supersedes all previous lists published prior to November 12, 1942. The
present series of supplements is cumulative, and each succeeding supplement supersedes all previous supplements to the List. Accordingly,
the current Cumulative Supplement and Revision IV together constitute the effective List.
(r>) For the convenience of users, symbols are placed after each name on
the List to indicate, by reference to the table below, the dates of the
supplements or revisions in which the name first appeared, or was
amended or deleted. It has not been found practicable, however, to
indicate here the dates of listings made between July 17, 1941, the
date of the original list, and Revision I, dated February 7. 1942.
Accordingly, names appearing prior to Revision I and retained in that
revision are followed only by the symbol " I " . Roman numerals refer
to revisions, arabic numerals to supplements. For example, a name
followed by the symbols II—1, III, IV-1 signifies that the listing first
appeared in Revision II, Supplement 1; was amended in Revision I I I ;
and was amended or deleted in Revision IV, Supplement 1. Since in
the Cumulative Supplements deletions as well as amendments are
carried in each succeeding supplement, the last of two or more symbols




P

may reflect either an amendment or a deletion, depending on
action heading under which the listing currently appears.
I
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
II

2-7-42
2-28-42
3-27-42
4-11-42
5-1-42
5-12-42




II-L
11-2
11-3
11-4
11-5
III

5-22-42
6-2-42
6-19-42
7-17-42
7-31-42
8-10-42

I I I - -1
III--2
III- 3
I I I - -4
IV
IV- 1

8 28-42
&-18-42
10-10-42
10:30-42
11-12-42
11-20-42

PART

I

ARGENTINA
Additions and Amendments
Asm us, Hans.—Avenida Presidents Roque S&enz Pena (Diagonal Norte)
616, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Barraca Dana.—Fitz Roy 1355, Balifa Blanca. IV-1.
Barraca Justesen.—Espana 1336, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Barraca N u e v a . — M o n t e de Oca 585-89, Avellaneda. IV-1.
Bernasconi, Angel.—San J u a n 3765, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Biasotti y Cia.—Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Oanever, Antonio.—Colon 561, Posadas, Misiones. IV-1.
I^llinger, Adolfo F. C.—Viamonte 680, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Ellinger, Julio P. E.—Viamonte 680, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Ellinger y Cia., S. de R.L.—Viamonte 680, Buenos Aires. I V - 1 .
Establecimientos America.—Avenida de Mayo 1370, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Establecimientos Fabriles Rodi.—Victoria 850, Buenos Aires; and Kil6metro
11, Wilde, F.C.S. IV-1.
Explotacitfn Maderera y Anexos, S.A.—Avenida Presidente Roque Sdenz
Pena (Diagonal Norte) 933, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Fonticelli, J u a n Carlos.—Peril 347, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Fuehrer y Becker.—Otamendi 249, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Garcia Auladell, Manuel.—Peru 1746, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Garcia y Cia., M.—Peru 1746, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Justesen, Asger.—Espana 1336, Buenos Aires; and Fitz Roy 1355, Bahla
Blanca. IV-1.
K a t a y a m a , Rvohel.—Balcarce 1471, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Laboratories Cinematograficos Biasotti.—Campichuelo 553, Buenos Aires.
IV-1.
Lavadero de Lanas.—Camino a La Plata, Kil6metro 12. I V - 1 .
Libregule Sociedad An6nima de M a n d a t o s y Finanzas.—25 de Mayo 145,
Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Linne, Walter.—Maipti 231, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Nord Sud Argentina Sociedad An6nima Comercial Importadora y Exportadora.—25 de M a y o 294, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Paetsch, Heriberto Gustavo.—Bolivia 3103, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Peladero Bahia.—Manuel Molina 1525, Baliia Blanca. IV-1.
Peladero Cordoba, S. de R.L.—Camino a La Plata, Kil6metro 12. IV-1.
Peladero Danes.—Cordoba 651, Sarandi. IV-1.
Pirovano, Speranza y Cia.—Senador Moron 1450, Bella Vista, F.C.P., B.A.
IV-1.
" P r o d i n a r " Producci6n Industrial Argentina S. de R.L.—Honduras 3750 y
Avenida Presidente Roque Srienz Pena (Diagonal Norte) 1119, Buenos
'Aires. IV-1.
Publiventas.—Maipu 231, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
S.A.E.M.A., Sociedad Anonima Explotaci6n Maderera y Anexos.—Avenida
Presidente Roque Sdenz Pena (Diagonal Norte) 933, Buenos Aires.
IV-1.




ARGENTINA—Continued
Additions and Amendments—continued
Sternstein, Alfredo.—Libertad 745, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Strauss, Alfredo Juan.—Defensa 320, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
Tam, Hubmann y Ci'a.—Piedras 133, Buenos Aires. IV-1.
"Unibras".—Avenida Presidente Roque S&enz Pena (Diagonal Norte) 616,
Buenos Aires. IV-1.

Deletions
Cine Ideal Monroe.—Monroe 3245, Buenos Aires.

I I - 4 ; IV-1.

BOLIVIA
Additions and Amendments
Fischer, Ewaldo.—Santa Cruz de la Sierra. IV-1.
Forns Sams6, Francisco.—Ingavi 473 (Casilla 476), La Paz.
Address amended from Potosi 490 (Casilla 476), La Paz.
Granier <fc Rodriguez.—Oruro. IV-1.
Villarroel, Ambrosio.—Santa Cruz de la Sierra. IV-1.

I; IV-1.

Deletions
Barrientos, Emilio.—Mercado esquina Yanacocha, La Paz. I ; I I I ; IV-1.
Brito, Octavio Pena.—Avenida Camacho esquina Col6n, La Paz. I; II—1;
I I I ; IV-1.
Kusdevid, Juan.—Oruro and Cochabamba. II—2; IV-1.

BRAZIL
Additions and Amendments
Copiadora Brasileira Ltda.—Rua Sao Jos6 65, Rio de Janeiro. IV-1.
Distribuidora Brasileira de Ferro S.A.—Rua General Camara 90, Rio de
Janeiro. IV-1.
Dobler, Adolf.—Sao Paulo. IV-1.
Dobler, Margot.—Sao Paulo. IV-1.
Fdbrica Nacional de Papeis Heliogrdphicos Ltda.-Ozalid Brazil.—Rua
Barra Funda 444, Sao Paulo. IV-1.
Gonzalez, Celso Ram6n.—Rua General C&mara 90, Rio de Janeiro. I ;
IV-1. Name amended from Gonzales, Celso R.
Hermann, Alfred Friedrich.—Rua General Cfimara 90, Rio de Janeiro. IV-1.
Noguchi, Motozo.—Mercado Municipal, Lado Externo 100-102, Rio de
Janeiro. IV-1.
Ozalid Brazil -F&brica Nacional de Papeis Heliogrdphicos Ltda.—Rua Barra
Funda 444, Sao Paulo. IV-1.
Petersen e Cia., Ltda.—Rua Libero Badar6 306 (Caixa Postal 1046), *Sao
Paulo. I; IV-1. Address amended from Caixa Postal 1046, Sao Paulo.
Sanches e Cia., J.—Rua Campos Salles 105, Rio de Janeiro. IV-1.
Serralheria Artistica.—Rua C'ampos Salles 105, Rio de Janeiro. IV-1.
Urata, Tokio.—Rua Marechal Deod6ro 230, Juiz de Fora, Minas Geraes.
IV-1.




BRAZIL—Continued
Deletions
Assurances G6n6rales, CompagBie d \ — R u a Buenos Aires 70, Rio de Janeiro,
and all branches in Brazil. Ill—1; IV-1.
Colonia de Pescadores Z - l Jos6 Bonifacio.—Santos, Sao Paulo. X—1; IV-1.
Condor, Ltda., Servi^os A6reos.—Avenida Rio Branco 128, Rio de Janeiro.
I; IV-1.
Regnier & Anachoreta.—Rua Candeteria 92, Rio de Janeiro. I; IV-1.
Seguros L'Union, Cia.—Rua Uruguayana 87, Rio de Janeiro, and all branches
in Brazil. I I I - l ; IV-1.
Servi^os A6reos Condor, Ltda.—Avenida Rio Branco 128, Rio de Janeiro,
and all branches in Brazil. I; IV-1.
Syndicato Condor, Ltda.—Avenida Rio Branco 128, Rio de Janeiro, and all
branches in Brazil. I; IV-1.

CHILE
Additions and Amendments
Almacdn Eltfctrico "Weiler".—Barros Arana 775, Concepci6n. IV-1.
Anker von Manstein, Fridleif.—Constituci6n 25, San Francisco 1801 y
Maria Auxiliadora 998, Santiago. IV-1.
Aste Demartini, Domingo.— Chacabuco 2812 y Yungay 2803, Valparaiso.
IV-1.
Aste Hnos. y Cfa.—Chacabuco 2812 y Yungay 2803, Valparaiso. IV-1.
Avendano, Domingo.—Tom6. IV-1.
"Balthasar Bruna".—Santiago. IV-1.
Bodega San Jos6.—Calle Libertad esquina Yungay, Valdivia. IV-1.
Burgemeister, Luis.—Picarte 321, Valdivia. IV-1.
CB 116 Radio Caupolicdn. 1 —Prat 773 (Casilla 506), Valparaiso. IV-1.
"Camiserfa Americana".—Avenida Argentina 328j Valparaiso. IV-1.
"Casa Imperio".—ChilMn. IV-1.
Danker, Federico.—Santiago. IV-1.
Dfaz Brantes, Humberto.—Serrano 591, oficina 70, Valparaiso. IV-1.
Di Nocera, Baltazar.—Err&zuriz 664, Punta Arenas. IV-1.
Dreyer, Max.—Talcahuano and Concepci6n. IV-1.
Edwards Linares, Patricio.—Prat 773 (Casilla 506), Valparaiso. IV-1.
" E l Mercado".—Yungay 2803, Valparaiso. IV-1.
"El Pobre Diablo".—Diego Portales 1001, Temuco; and 5 de Abril 798,
Chilldn. IV-1.
Empresa Arte-Film.—Serrano 591, oficina 70 (Casilla 1731), Valparaiso; and
HuSrfanos 1153, oficina 2, Santiago. IV-1.
EstSbanez Blanco, David.—Diego Portales 1001, Temuco; and 5 de Abril
798, Chilldn. IV-1.
Est6banez Blanco, Emilio.—Diego Portales 1001, Temuco; and 5 de Abril
798, Chilian. IV-1.
EstSbanez Blanco, Senador.—Diego Portales 1001, Temuco. IV-1.
Estebanez Hnos. y Cla., Ltda.—Diego Portales 1001, Temuco; and 5 de
Abril 798, Chilldn. IV-1.
Fabres, Manuel A.—Rosas 1490, Santiago. IV-1.
Fellmer, Walter—Victoria 1057, Santiago. I V - 1 . .
i Formerly known as Radio Valparaiso.




CHILE—Continued
Additions and Amendments—continued
Ferrari, Josefina Aveggio de.—Sim6n Bolfvar 440, Valparaiso. IV-1.
Ferrari, Plinio.—Sim6n Bolfvar 440, Valparaiso. IV-1.
Ferraz P., Jos6.—Calle Libertad esquina Yungay, Valdivia. IV-1.
Frank Peitler, Alberto.—Victoria 1057, Santiago. IV-1.
Frank y Cfa., Ltda.—Victoria 1057, Santiago. IV-1.
Frindt Weldt, Osvaldo.—Prat esquina Balmaceda, Nueva Imperial. IV-1.
Frindt y Cfa., Ltda—Carahue. IV-1.
Fritz Ewertz, Augusto.—Agustinas 988, Santiago. IV-1.
Fundici6n "Rocomaco" Soc. Ltda.—Avenida Portugal 950, Santiago. IV-1.
Gesche Lichtenberg, Hermann.—Barros Arana 775, Concepci6n. IV-1.
G6mez-Maraii6n y Cfa.—Avenida Argentina 328, Valparaiso. IV-1.
Grau, Erich F.—Avenida Constanza 947, Santiago. IV-1.
Hauser Venegas, Tito.—Bulnes 635, Temuco. IV-1.
Hebel Haubrich, Rodolfo.—Frutillar. IV-1.
Heinrich, Osvaldo.—Rfo Bueno. IV-1.
Heinrich, Waldemar.—Rfo Bueno. IV-1.
Henzi O., Teodoro.—Picarte esquina Henrfquez, Valdivia; and Eleuterio
Ramirez, Osorno. IV-1.
Herrera Lira, Ricardo.—Amundtegui 661, Santiago. IV-1.
Hoeck L., Javier.—Plaza Anfbal Pinto 1179, Valparaiso. IV-1.
Hoeck & Warda Ltda.—Plaza Anfbal Pinto 1179, Valparaiso. IV-1.
Holtz, Willy.—Blanco 1041, oficina 57, Valparaiso; and Thompson 205,
Quilp6. IV-1.
Hotel Plaza.—Rfo Bueno. IV-1.
Hulse, Herbert.—Serrano 479, Valparaiso. IV-1.
Hulse y Cfa., Ltda., Herbert.—Serrano 479, Valparaiso. IV-1.
Kertscher y Cfa., Ltda.—Colo-Colo 366, Concepci6n. IV-1.
Kramer, Reinaldo.—Rfo Bueno. IV-1.
Kratzer, Hans.—Santa Victorina 369, Valparaiso. IV-1.
"La Sevillana".—Condell 1269, Valparaiso. IV-1.
"Leche Delicias". 1 — IV-1.
Limann, Walter.—Avenida Pedro de Valdivia 160, Santiago. IV-1.
Maison Gentil.—Calle Picarte, Valdivia. IV-1.
Maldini Tornini, Atilio.—O'Higgins esquina Rancagua, Copiapo. IV-1.
Maldini Tornini, Eduardo.—O'Higgins esquina Rancagua, Copiap6. IV-1.
Maldini Tornini, Norberto.—O'Higgins 110, Copiap6. IV-1.
Maldini e Hijos, Luis.—O'Higgins esquina Rancagua, Copiap6. IV-1.
Maratuca M., Kotaro.—O'Higgins 436, Copiap6. IV-1.
Michaelis, Guillermo.—Calle Picarte, Valdivia. IV-1.
Molinera y Comercial "Koster Ltda.", Soc.—Lincoydn 475, Concepci6n; and
Villa Mora, Coronel. IV-1.
Molino "Americano".—Calera. IV-1.
Molino "San Pedro".—Rancagua. IV-1.
Munoz Morales, Leovigildo.—Condell 1269, Valparaiso. IV-1.
Munoz y Cfa—Condell 1269, Valparaiso. IV-1.
Okmoto, Masao.—Independencia 526, Rancagua. IV-1.
Praetorius, Federico.—Geywitz 2, Santiago. IV-1.
Radio Caupolicdn CB 116. 3 —Prat 773 (Casilla 506), Valparaiso. I V - L
Ramos, Emilio.—Hutfrfanos 920, oficina 1, Santiago. IV-1.
» Trade name for the product of O. Schacht y Cfa., Ltda.
^Formerly known as Radio Valparaiso.




CHILE—Continued
Additions and Amendments—continued
Restaurant Yokohama.—Independencia 526, Rancagua. IV-1.
Santo Santo, Heuki.— Sucre 1796, Tocopilla. IV-1.
Schacht Gerken, Guillermo.—Arlyon 48, Santiago. IV-1.
Schacht Troeger, Guillermo.—Avenida Pedro de Valdivia 133, Santiago.
IV-1.
Schacht y Cfa.—Agustinas 925, Santiago; Calera and Rancagua. IV-1.
Schacht y Cfa., Ltda., G.—Bernardo 0 Higgins 3724, Santiago. IV-1.
Schmeider, Arturo.—Lincoydn 475, Concepci6n; and Villa Mora, Coronel.
IV-1.
Simon, Werner.—Eleuterio Ramirez, Osorno. IV-1.
Testa S., Dante.—Berstein 12,,, Vina del Mar. IV-1.
Testa y Cfa. Ltda., Ernesto.—Avenida Brasil 2314, Valparaiso. IV-1.
Testa y Otero Ltda.—Condell 1575, Valparaiso. IV-1.
"Tienda Mirador".—Condell 1575, Valparaiso. IV-1.
Vidrierias Unidas.,—Sim6n Bolfvar 440, Valparaiso. IV-1.
Vogt Weber, Federico.—Calle Bilbao, Lautaro. IV-1.
Von Bennewitz, Otto.—Claro Solar 598, Temuco. IV-1.
Warda W., Martin—Plaza Anfbal Pinto 1179, Valparaiso. IV-1.
Weil Hube, Ernesto—Frutillar. IV-1.
Williams, Gladis Melita.—Antofagasta. IV-1.
Witt L., Max W.—Lautaro Navarro 1186, Punta Arenas. IV-1.
Wittich, Horst.—Moneda 1118, piso 2, oficina 8, Santiago. IV-1.
Zehnoff, Juan.—Rfo Bueno. IV-1.
Ziegler Weidner, Emilio.—Rfo Bueno. IV-1.

Deletions
Branchi S., Gustavo.—Blanco 1053, Valparaiso. I I - 5 ; IV-1.
Branchi & Mutis.—Blanco 1053 (Casilla 567), Valparaiso. I I - 5 ; IV-1.
Falciola, Carl Osborne.—Lira 856 (Casilla 2874), Santiago. I; IV-1.
Fischer, German—Valdivia 367, Santiago. II—1; IV-1.
Hirsch K., Martfn.—Hudrfanos 880, oficina 9, Santiago. 1-1; IV-1.
Hoffmann Thater, O t t o — P<§rez Rosales 786, Valdivia. I I - 4 ; IV-1.
Hoffmann Thater, Pablo.—Portal Fernandez Concha 960, dept. 218, Santiago.
11—4; IV-1.
Industrial y Comercial Hoffmann, S.A.—Valdivia. II—4; IV-1.
Maderera "Valdivia" S.A., Cfa—Arauco 22, Valdivia. I I - 4 ; IV-1.
Transportes Fluviales S.A.—Yungay 231, Valdivia. II—4; IV-1.
Vatter & Hirsch Ltda.—Huerfanos 880, oficina 9, Santiago. I—1; IV-1.

COLOMBIA
Additions and Amendments
Bar Gambrinus.—Carrera 5a No. 12-21, Cali. IV-1.
Bonfanti, Angelo.—Puerto Colombia. IV-1.
Castro Senior, Rafael.—Barranquilla. IV-1.
Clason Berlit, Jos6 Helmuth.—San Bias, Cuartel, 20 de Julio, Barranquilla.
IV-1.
Clason, Jos<5 Helmuth.—San Bias, Cuartel, 20 de Julio, Barranquilla. IV-1.




COLOMBIA—Continued
Additions and Amendments—continued
Cohrs, Albert Edward.—"Quinta Thuringia", Avenida A. 6 y 8, Barranquilla. IV-1.
Lara, Alberto.—Fundaci6n. IV-1.
Pieper, Luisa viuda de.—Carrera 5a No. 12-21, Call. IV-1.
Prada, Luis Fernando.— Avenida Colombia, Barranquilla. IV-1.
Salchicherfa Boston.—Calle Sucre, Aduana y Sabanillas, Barranquilla.
IV-1.
Scheuermann, Joseph.—Calle Sucre, Aduana y Sabanillas, Barranquilla.
IV-1.

Deletions
Gazzera, Giuseppe.—Calle 33 No. 6-37, Bogotd. II—3; IV-1.
Productos Met£licos Ltda.—Barranquilla. X—1; IV-1.

COSTA RICA
Deletions
Andr£, Arnoldo.— San Jos6. I; IV-1.
Marzal, P. C.—Apartado 1326, San Jos6. 1-2; IV-1.
Rojas Matamoras, Rafael.—San Jos6. 1-4; II—4; IV-1.

ECUADOR
Additions and Amendments
"Almac^n de Mtxsica".—Nueve de Octubre 507 (Casilla 856), Guayaquil.
IV-1.
Bazar Dirani.—Chile 18, Quito. IV-1.
Cibelli, Clemencia Parodi de.—Hacienda San Pablo, Naranjal. IV-1.
Feraud Guzm&n, J. D.—Nueve de Octubre 507 (Casilla 856), Guavaquil.
IV-1.
Hacienda San Pablo.—Naranjal. IV-1.
Kakabadze Inc., Dimitri.—Casilla 162, Quito. IV-1.
Sanchez Z., Victor.—Clemente Ball6n 204, Guayaquil. IV-1.

EL SALVADOR
Additions and Amendments
Bienroth, Carl.—San Salvador. IV-1.
Mehltretter, Hans.—San Salvador. IV-1.
Wenglein, Fritz.—San Salvador. IV-1.




HONDURAS
Additions and Amendments
Agendas Asociadas S.A.—San Pedro Sula. IV-1.
Fertseh, Werner.—San Pedro Sula. IV-1.
Fertsch & Co., Werner.—San Pedro Sula. IV-1.

Deletions
Gough, Admiral.—Roatan. I I - 5 ; IV-1.
Gough, James.—Roatan. II—5; IV-1.
Gough, Joseph.—Roatan. II—5; IV-1.
"Gough Brothers".—Roatan. I I - 5 ; IV-1.
McNab, Winfield.—Roatan. Ill—1; IV-1.

MEXICO
Deletions
Southern Cross.—

1-2; IV-1.

NICARAGUA
Additions and Amendments
Cuadra, Ad&n (Dr.).—Granada. IV-1.
Cuadra, Ad&n (hijo).—Granada. IV-1."
Medina Morales, Raimundo.—Managua.

IV-1.

PANAMA
Additions and Amendments
Almacen "Miyako".—Panama. I ; IV-1. Address amended
Central 108, Panam<4.
Central American Trading Co.—Panam6. I ; IV-1. Address
Avenida Central 47, Panama; and Apartado 453, Ancon,
Nagao & Co., Inc.—PanamS. I ; IV-1. Address amended
Central 108, Panama.
Prada, Luis Fernando.—Col6n. IV-1.




from

Avenida

amended from
Canal Zone.
from Avenida

PARAGUAY
Deletions
El Naeionalista.—Asunci6n.

II—4; IV-1.

PERU
Additions and Amendments
Banehero, Angel.—Minerfa 189, oficina 6, Lima. IV-1.
Correa & Co.—Talara, Sullana. IV-1.
Ddvila & Co.—Sullana. IV-1.
Duda, Hans.—Andahuaylas. IV-1.
"El Brillante".—Uni<5n 534, Lima. IV-1.
Fabrica Nacional de Levadura "Arriba".—Lima. IV-1.
Fischer, Hans.—Abancay. IV-1.
Gonzalez, Emilio.—Sullana. IV-1.
Hacienda San Gabriel.—Abancay. IV-1.
Industrial y Comercial Europa-Sud-Am£rica S.A., Cfa.—Lima.
Lacherbauer, Jos£.—Abancay. IV-1.
Luehr, Heinrich.—Andahuaj'las. IV-1.
Mediavilla y Carrete.—Sullana. IV-1.
Modenesi, Fernando.—Cailloma 451, Lima. IV-1.
Treichel, Werner.—Cuzco. IV-1.
Trelles, Cirilio.—Abancay. IV-1.
Zeballos, Ladislao.—Minerfa 189, oficina 6, Lima.

Deletions
Y&nez, Victor.—Caridad 670, Lima.

IV-1.

IV-1.

II—1; IV-1.

URUGUAY
Additions and Amendments
CX 26 Radio Uruguay—Avenida Milldn 2370, Montevideo. IV-1.
CX 34 Radio Artigas—Avenida Milldn 2370, Montevideo. IV-1.
CX 50 Radio Nativa.—Avenida Sim<3n Martinez 6080 (Kil6metro 11), Montevideo. IV-1.
CXA 2 Radio Continental.—Camino Carrasco 5151, Montevideo. IV-1.
Farmacia La Bolsa.—Uruguay 852, Montevideo. IV-1.
Fischer, Johann.—Avenida Sayago 965, Montevideo. IV-1.
Levratto y Companfa.—Uruguay 852, Montevideo. IV-1.
Schwartz, Walter Siegfried.—Joaquin Requena 1204 y 25 de Mayo 731,
Montevideo. IV-1.
Zeck y Cfa., Talleres Unidos.—Galicia 788, Montevideo. IV-1.




VENEZUELA
Additions and Amendments
Criollo, Cctavio Luis.—Cbispo I.azo 21 Sur, Maracaibo. IV-1.
Dubois Serrano y Cia., Carmelo.—Ceiba a Poleo 38, Caracas. IV-1.
"El Remate".—Sociedad a Traposos 10, Caracas. IV-1.
Geyer, Helmuth.—Bocono, Estado Tmjillo. IV-1.
"Kraco".—Veroes a Jesuitas 26-Biz, Caracas. IV-1.
Perozo, Jos£ Nieves.—Edificio Chiquinquira, Maracaibo. IV-1.
Romano y Companla.—Sociedad a Traposos 10, Caracas. IV-1.
Tipograffa Criollo.—Obispo Lazo 21 Sur, Maracaibo. IV-1.
Wolf, F.—Veroes a Jesuitas 26-Biz, Caracas. IV-1.
Wolf y Cia., F.—Veroes a Jesuitas 26-Biz, Caracas. IV-1.

Deletions
De Egilegor, Manuel.—Punceres a Escalinatas 15 y 19 (Apai-tados 447 y 474),
Caracas. II—4; IV-1.
Hinterlach, Carl.—Avenida Este 17 Altas (Apartado 588), Caracas. 1-3;
IV-1.
Hotel "Casa Domke".—Punceres a Escalinatas 15 y 19 (Apartados 447 y
474), Caracas. 1-3; IV-1.
Hotel Cervantes.—Punceres a Escalinatas 15 y 19 (Apartados 447 y 474),
Caracas. 11-4; IV-1.
Spitzer, Isodoro.—Apartado 1705, Caracas. II—4; IV-1.




PART

II

IRAN
Additions and Amendments
Storch-Nielsen, H. V. E . - P.O. Box 49, Tehran.
Storch-Nielsen, Mrs. Helge.—Isfahan. IV-1.

IV-1.

MOROCCO
SPANISH MOROCCO

Deletions
Rddelheimer, II.—Kaa-el-Hafa, T e t u a n .

Ill—1; IV-1.

TANGIER I N T E R N A T I O N A L ZONE

Additions and Amendments
Ribeiroi Eduardo da Mota.—Hotel Fuentes, Apartado 54, Tangier.

IV-1.

PORTUGAL A N D POSSESSIONS
PORTUGAL

Additions and Amendments
Barreto, Joaquim Pereira.—Rua Jardim do Regedor 5, Lisbon. IV-1.
Bostanian, Sapag (Sacha).—Hotel Atlantico, Lisbon. IV-1.
Cardigos, Antonio Fernandes.—Calcada de S. Francisco 15, Lisbon. I V - 1
Comercio Ibero-Ultramarino L t d a . — R u a Eugenio dos Santos 25-31, Lisbon.
II—5; IV-1. Name amended from Comercio Ibero-Ultramar Ltda.
Continental de comissoes Ltda. Soc.—Rua Jardim do Regedor 5. Lisbon.
IV-1.
Falcao Telles L t d a . — R u a dos Douradores 83, Lisbon. IV-1.
Guimarcs, Maria Jose da Silva Leite.—Praca D. Filipa de Lencastre 14,
Oporto; and Rua dos Correeiros 184, Lisbon. IV-1.
Guimares & Queiroz L t d a . — R u a dos Correeiros 184, Lisbon. IV-1.
Heinzelmann, Albert H e r m a n Greiner.—Largo Afoiyso 13, Faro, Algarve.
IV-1.
HeinzelmaniK Carl Theodor Greiner.—Largo Afonso 13, Faro, Algarve.
IV-1
Heinzelmann, Julius Adolf Greiner.—Largo Afonso 13, Faro, Algarve. IV-1.
Heinzelmann, Reinhold Greiner.—Largo Afonso 13, Faro, Algarve. I V - 1
" I b e x " - Iberica Exportadora L t d a . — R u a Garrett 62, Lisbon. IV-1.
Lentz. Dr. O. H. Waldemar.—Rua da Emenda 79, Lisbon. IV-1.
Lerider, Helmuth.—Lisbon. IV-1.
Neves, Carlos da Silva.—Rua Jardim do Regedor 5, Lisbon. I V - 1 .
Ribeiro. Eduardo da M o t a . — R u a Garrett 62, Lisbon. IV-1.
14




PORTUGAL A N D POSSESSIONS—Continued
PORTUGAL—Continued

Additions and Amendments—continued
Sa, Matilda Helena Queiroz Franco.—Praca D. Filipa de Lencastre 14,
Oporto, and at Lisbon. IV-1.
Uva, Francisco de Sousa.—Rua de Sao Paulo 117-121, and R u a da Boavista
110-112, Lisbon. IV-1.
Uva & Weltzien Ltda. - Agencia K r u p p . — R u a de Sao Paulo 117-121. and
R u a da Boavista 110-112, Lisbon. IV-1.
Weltzien, Kuno.—Rua de Sao Paulo 117-121, and R u a da Boavista 110-112,
Lisbon. IV-1.

Deletions
D'Oliveira, F., L t d a . — R u a Arco do Bandeira 112, Lisbon. I ; IV-1.
Rosario, Julio Ferreira do.—Rua dos Fanqueiros 262, Lisbon. II—1; I V - 1 .
PORTUGUESE GUINEA

Deletions
Brandao, Manuel de Pinho.—Bolama. I ; IV-1.
Elawar & Co., Mahmud.—Bafata, Bissau, and all branches in Portuguese
Guinea. I I - 5 j IV-1.
Souleiman, Alatrach.—Bafata, Bissau, and all branches in Portuguese Guinea.
I I - 5 ; IV-1.

SPAIN A N D POSSESSIONS
SPAIN

Additions and Amendments
Areizasa, Anastasio de.—Mazarredo 7, Bilbao. IV-1.
Aresti, Jose.—Mazarredo 7, Bilbao. IV-1.
Arisqueta, Lino.—Mazarredo 7, Bilbao. I V - 1 .
Astigarraga, Hijos de - Cia. Nav. Bachi.—Bertendona 4-1, Bilbao. Ill—4.;
I V - 1 . Name amended from Astigarraga, Hijos de.
Bachi, Cia. Nav. (Hijos de Astigarraga) (Owners of S.S. " B a c h i " , "Bartolo",
" J u a n de Astigarraga", " K a u l d i " , " M a n u c h u " , and " T o m " ) . — B e r t e n dona 4-1, Bilbao. Ill—4; IV-1. Name amended from Bacln'a, Cia.
Nav. (Owners of S.S. "Bachi", "Bartolo", " J u a n de Astigarraga",
" K a u l d i " , " M a n u c h u " , and " T o m " ) .
Benito del Valle y Hnos. (Sucrs. de la Viuda de Larrinaga).—Bailen 5 and
7, Bilbao. Ill—4; IV-1. Name amended from Valle y Hnos., Benito de
(Sucrs. de la viuda de Larrinaga).
Buergi, Martin.—Via Layetana 23, Barcelona. IV-1.
Cabrera. Angel.—Ave. Reina Victoria 28, Madrid. IV-1.
,
Churruca, Alfonso de.—Mazarredo 7, Bilbao. I V - 1 .
Dana S.A. (Fabrica de Pwfumeria).—Napoles 166, Barcelona, and at
Madrid. IV-1.
Filmes Espanoles Soc. Anon. (S.A.F.E.).—Marques de Riscal 10, Madrid.
IV-1.
Forster, Max E.—Gandia. IV-1.
Frutal, S. L.—Gandia. IV-1.




SPAIN A N D POSSESSIONS—Continued
SPAIN—Continued

Additions and Amendments—continued
Gallart Girbal, Jose.—Palafrugell. IV-1.
Genover, Guillermo:—Palafrugell. IV-1.
Ghiata, Jon.—Hotel Urbis, Barcelona. IV-1.
Gomez Monche, Jose.—Genova 7, Madrid. I ; IV-1. Name amended from
Gomes Monche, Jose.
Grilli, D. Renato.—Irun. Ill—2; IV-1. Name amended from Grilli, D. Renato
(Owner of S.T. "Primer Enrique" and S.T."Segundo Enrique").
Grizalba, Ruiz de.—Ave. Ileina Victoria 28, Madrid. IV-1.
Guardiola Sangenis, Joaquin.—Plaza de las Cortes 4, Madrid; and Plaza
Tetuan 2, Barcelona. IV-1.
Guzman Martinez, Enrique.— Mazarredo 7, Bilbao. IV-1.
Hegin, Erika (Sra. Riveras de la Portilla).—Goya 67, Madrid. \ I V - 1 .
Iglesias, Simon Felix.—Jimenez Quesada 2, Madrid; and Ribera 1, Bilbao.
IV-1.
Iglesias S.L., Hijos de Felix.—Ribera 1, Bilbao. IV-1.
Industries Sanitarias S.A.— Ave. Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera, Barcelona,
and all branches in Spain. Ill—3; IV-1. Address amended from Paseo
Gracia 48, Barcelona.
Labourdette, Juan Bautisla:—Ave. Salis, Irun. I I I - 2 ; IV-1. Name amended
from Labourdette, Juan Batista.
Lipperheide, Francisco.—Norte 8, Valencia; and Via Layetana 15, Barcelona,
and other addresses in Barcelona. IV-1.
Lipperheide, Jose.—Mazarredo 7, Bilbao. I V - 1 . .
Manufacturas Espanolas de Vidrio al Soplete S.A.—Rambla Cataluna 97,
and Aribau 153, Barcelona. II—5; IV-1. Address amended from Badalona.
Marotta y D'Errico Construcciones S.L.—Caballero de Gracia 15, Madrid.
IV-1."
Marotta, Miguel.—Caballero de Gracia 15, Madrid. IV-1.
Palau, Emanuele.—Hotel Granvia, Madrid; and Hotel Oriente, Barcelona.
IV-1.
Platte, Federico.—Al. Recalde 45, Bilbao; and Ronda Universidad 33,
Barcelona. I; IV-1. Address amended from Al. Recalde 45, Bilbao.
Productos Aromaticos Espanoles.—Consejo de Ciento 469, Barcelona.
IV-1.
Rating, Otto.—Via Layetana 128, Barcelona. IV-1.
Schultz, Jose.—Elcano 22, Bilbao. IV-1.
Sena, Gregorio.—Mazarredo 7, Bilbao. IV-1.

Deletions
Mannos S.A., Cuchilleria.—Muntaner 178, Barcelona. I; IV-1.
Ordinas Carrascosa, Juan.—Serrano 91, Madrid; and Trafalgar 25, Barcelona.
1-3; IV-1.
FERNANDO PO AND SPANISH GUINEA

.

Additions and Amendments
Elgorriaga Ayesteran, Francisco.—Santa Isabel. IV-1.
Sendros Roig, Salvador.—San Carlos and Santa Isabel. IV-1.




SWEDEN
Additions and Amendments
Bahner, Ludwig.—Kilian Zollsgatan 7, Malmo. I I - 4 ; I V - l . Address amended
/rowrLund.
Internat A/B.—Malmo. II—4; IV-1. Address amended from Lund.
Jakobsson, David Sture Albert.— Stureplan 19, Stockholm. Ill—1; IV-1.
Name amended from Jacobsson, David Sturet Albert.
Jakobsson, Mrs. Karin Matilda. —Stureplan 19, Stockholm. Ill—1; IV-1.
Name amended from Jacobsson, Mrs. Karin Matilda.
Tripasin A/B.—Industrigatan 19, Malmo. IV-1.
Unic A/B.—Norrlandsgatan 31-33, Stockholm. I I I - l ; IV-1. Address
amended from Birger Jarlsgatan 5, Stockholm.
Vaxjo Mekaniska Verkstad Nya A/B.—Vaxjo. IV-1.

SWITZERLAND
Additions and Amendments
Aubert, Jacques.—Bvd. du Theatre 5, Geneva. IV-1.
"Bafinag" Bau-Finanzierungs A.G.—Postgasse (Bureau Dr. Kubli), Glarus.
IV-1.
Bertrams A.G., Heinrich.—Vogesenstr. 101, Basel. IV-1.
Briket-Umschlags und Transport A.G.—Muttenz. IV-1.
Brupbacher, C. G.—Seefeldstr. 77, Zurich. IV-1.
Cattoretti & Frei.—Lugano. IV-1.
Christoff, Sava.—Winterthurerstr. 304, Zurich. Ill—1; IV-1.
Address
amended from Stockerstr. 54, Zurich.
Faserstoffe A.G.—Untere Hennebuehlestr. 6, Zug; and Talstr. 83, Zurich.
IV-1.
Fleig A.G.—Burgfeldstr. 8, Basel. IV-1.
Ghiata, Jon.—Hotel Schweizerhof, Zurich. IV-1.
Giusfor S.A.—Via Soldini 25, Chiasso. IV-1.
Gleerup, Peter.—Zollikon. IV-1.
Lentz, Dr. O. H. Waldemar.—Hotel Baur au Lac, Zurich. IV-1.
Lerider, Helmuth.—Zurich. IV-1.
Lin, Louis.—Rue du Belvedere 2, Geneva. IV-1.
Maegerle A.G. Gebr., Uster Fabrik fur Werkzeugmaschinen und Vorrichtungsbau.—Uster, Zurich. IV-1.
Magnesium, S.A., pour la Fabrication du.—Ave. de la Gare 12, Lausanne.
IV-1.
Mandel, Josef.—Hotel Schweizerhof, Zurich. IV-1.
Martin-Achard, Edmond.—Rue Diday 10, Geneva. IV-1.
Mercedes Buromaschinen A.G.—Talstr. 11, Zurich. IV-1.
Mumenthaler, Max.—Bahnhofstr. 61, Zurich. Ill—2; IV-1. Name amended
from Mummenthaler, Max.
Mumenthaler, Walter.—Bahnofquai 7, Zurich. Ill—2; IV-1. Name amended
from Mummenthaler, Walter.
Naef, Albert.—Neugasse 49, St. Gallen. IV-1.
" N e p t u n " Transport und Schiffahrts A.G. ("Neptun" Societe de Transport
de Navigation).—Hafenstr. 19, Basel. IV-1.




SWITZERLAND—continued
Additions and Amendments—Continued
Odermatt, Frl. Gerta L.—P.O. Box 47, Zurich-Nemnunster, and Florastr.
21, Zurich. IV-1.
"Orient" Handels G.m.b.H: Bratislava Zweigniederlassung Zurich.—Loewenstr. 2, Zurich. IV-1.
Oxyda A.G.—Talstr. 83, Zurich. IV-1.
"Transorient" S.A.—Loewenstr. 2, Zurich. IV-1.
Ultimo, A.G.—Borsenstr. 18, Zurich. IV-1.
Unternehmungen und Bauarbeiten A.G.—Bahnhofstr. 89, Zurich. IV-1.
Weltmode A.G.—Seidengasse 17, Zurich. IV-1.

Deletions
Kartro A.G.—Bahnhofstr. 86, Ziirich. I; IV-1.
Tarex S.A.—La Jonction, Geneva. I; IV-1.
Vlasov, Alexander.—Lausanne. I; IV-1.

TURKEY
Additions and Amendments
Nikitits, J. Erben, Sucr. Richard Nikitits.—Nur Han, Sirkeci, Istanbul.
IV-1.




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