Precautions taken by gasoline dealers against counterfeit gasoline stamps in the United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:4 min 13 sec Sound:Yes
Dramatizes the detection of counterfeit gasoline stamps by a gasoline dealer after following precautions suggested by an OPA (Office of Price Administration) officer in the United States. A gasoline dealer calls up his distributor and urges the need for more gasoline. He visits an OPA officer when the distributor refuses in delivering more gasoline. The OPA officer speaks to the dealer and warns him for using illegal gasoline stamps. Another gasoline dealer and service station operator meet the OPA officer and complain about receiving illegal coupons. The OPA officer emphasizes that the legitimate gasoline dealer should refuse to accept loose stamps and should check ration books with the auto license. A peddler who sells illegal gasoline stamps in a car.
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