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FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF DALLAS F IS C A L A G E N T O F TH E U N ITE D ST A T E S Dallas, Texas, February 24, 1943 IMPORTANT NOTICE AMENDMENT TO INSTRUCTIONS TO QUALIFIED ISSUING AGENTS OF WAR SAVINGS BONDS, SERIES E, RELATIVE TO MAILING OF ORIGINAL STUBS, BONDS AND REMITTANCES To Qualified Issuing Agents for the Issuance of War Savings Bonds, Series E : We have been advised by the Treasury Department, Washington, D. C., of a change relative to the mailing to this bank and its branches of remit tances covering the sale of War Savings Bonds with original stubs and spoiled bonds. The Treasury Department advises that the Post Office Department points out that remittances, whether in the form of checks, drafts or sav ings stamps, are first-class matter, and should be mailed separately with postage and not enclosed with your report on Form FA-82, and, when nec essary, registry fees and surcharges paid accordingly. If remittances are included with shipments of stubs, etc., the entire shipment should be handled as first-class matter instead of fourth-class matter. In view of this ruling, you are requested to discontinue enclosing remit tances with shipments of stubs and bonds handled as insured mail at the fourth-class rate of postage. Remittances may, of course, be enclosed with shipments weighing less than eight ounces when the first-class mail rate, registry fees, and surcharges are applicable to the entire shipment. The instructions contained in our circular letter of August 25, 1942, are hereby amended in this respect. FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF DALLAS Fiscal Agent of the United States This publication was digitized and made available by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas' Historical Library (FedHistory@dal.frb.org)