|Date of Issuance||Title||Headnotes|
|01/19/1993||Authority of the Secretary of the Treasury Regarding Postal Service Bond Offering||
If the Secretary of the Treasury, within the fifteen-day period following notice by the United States Postal Service of a proposed bond issue, declares his election to purchase the bonds under 39 U.S.C. § 2006(a), the Postal Service may not sell the bonds on the open market, but must instead negotiate in good faith with the Secretary to reach agreement on the terms and conditions of a sale to the Secretary.
Transfer of the proceeds of any bond offering by the Postal Service to a trustee for the purpose of having the trustee make payments on outstanding Postal Service debt would be a deposit of Postal Service monies within the meaning of 39 U.S C. § 2003(d) and, accordingly, could be done only with the approval of the Secretary of the Treasury.
|01/19/1993||Authority to Grant Conservation Easements Under 40 U.S.C. § 319||
Federal agencies do not have authority to grant conservation easements in federal property under 40 U.S C. § 319.
|01/19/1993||Authority of the Attorney General to Make Successive Designations of Interim United States Marshals||
Under 28 U S.C. § 562, the Attorney General may make two or more successive designations of a person to serve as interim United States marshal in a judicial district where the marshal’s office is vacant.
After the expiration of an initial designation of a United States marshal under 28 U.S.C. § 562, the Attorney General may authorize a person to act as marshal under 28 U.S.C. §§ 509, 510.