Gold Reserve Act Of 1934


An act of the United States government that made possession or sale of gold a criminal offense, and transferred sole title of all gold and gold certificates from the Federal Reserve to the U.S. Treasury. It also set the dollar equal to 15.715 grains of nine-tenths fine gold.
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