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Whenever bonds, coupons or other evidences of indebtedness are destroyed or otherwise disposed of under the provisions of this section, a certificate of destruction shall be prepared by the official having charge of such destruction or other disposition, setting forth the dates of issuances, the series and serial numbers and the face amounts of such bonds, coupons or other evidences of indebtedness.Where the said certificates relate to State issues, they shall be filed in the office of the Secretary of State and where they relate to county or municipal issues, they shall be filed in the office of the chief financial officer of the county or municipality, as the case may be. Any such certificate or certified copy thereof shall be receivable in evidence in any court or proceeding as prima facie evidence of the destruction of such bonds, coupons or other evidences of indebtedness.L.1953, c. 410, p. 2064, s. 11.
\"ASTM\" means:American Society for Testing and Materials, a developer and provider of voluntary consensus standards which has developed and published technical standards for reliability of materials, products, systems and services used by industries worldwide. The address of the Association is as follows:American Society for Testing and Materials100 Barr Harbor DriveWest Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959Telephone: (610) 832-9585Fax: (610) 832-9555\"Celsius\" means:a temperature scale, also known as the Centigrade scale, divided into 100 degrees, in which 0 degrees represents the freezing point and 100 degrees represents the evaporating point of water. Celsius is now the preferred term in technical use.\"CFR\" means:the Code of Federal Regulations. The Code of Federal Regulations is a codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the Executive departments and agencies of the Federal government. It is the official compilation of Federal regulations of general applicability and legal effect, arranged in subject order, published by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).\"DARM\" means:the Division of Archives and Records Management in the Department of State.\"Division of Archives and Records Management\" or \"Division\" means:the Division of Archives and Records Management (DARM) in the Department of State established pursuant to the Governor's Reorganization Plan filed April 29, 1983; furthermore, pursuant to P.L. 1994, c.140 (N.J.S.A. 47:1-75), whenever in any law, rule, regulation, order, contract, document, judicial or administrative proceeding, reference is made to the \"Public Records Office\" or \"Bureau of Archives and History\" or \"Bureau\" in the Department of Education, or the administrator thereof, the same shall be considered to mean and refer to the Division of Archives and Records Management in the Department of State. The address of the Division is as follows:Department of StateDivision of Archives and Records ManagementPO Box 307Trenton, NJ 08625-0307Telephone: (609) 530-3200Fax: (609) 530-6121\"DoD\" means:Department of Defense, a cabinet-level agency of the United States government, which establishes standards for use in automated information systems for the department's functional community. The copies of DoD standards cited in this subchapter are available from:Department of DefenseDefense Technical Information Center (DTIC)8725 John J. Kingman Road, Suite 0944Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-6218Telephone: (800) 225-3842\"EBCDIC\" means:Extended Binary Coded Decimal Interchange Code, a data code used in IBM mainframes and other midrange computers that stores one alphanumeric character or two decimal digits within a byte.\"FEMA\" means:the Federal Emergency Management Agency, a former independent agency that became part of the new Department of Homeland Security in March 2003, is responsible for responding to, planning for, recovering from and mitigating against disasters. The address of the agency is as follows:Federal Emergency Management AgencyFederal Center Plaza500 C Street S.W.Washington, DC 20472\"Film enclosure\" means:any item in close or direct contact with photographic film or microfilm, such as reels, cores, spools, cassettes, magazines, cans, canisters, folder, envelopes, cartons, sleeves or aperture cards, used to house, store or protect the such film.\"FIPS\" means:Federal Information Processing Standard. The National Institute of Standards and Technology, the principle standards agency for the Federal government, oversees the development of Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS). Copies of the FIPS standards cited in this subchapter are available from:National Technical Information Service (NTIS)U.S. Department of CommerceSpringfield, VA 22161Telephone: (703) 487-4650\"Fire-protective storage facilities\" means:storage facilities designed to protect records against excessive temperatures, water and other fire-fighting agents, steam or other gases produced by burning insulation and other building materials, and collapsing structures.\"Fire-resistive vaults\" means:vaults as defined in ANSI/NFPA 232-1980.\"ICC\" means:the International Code Council, is a nonprofit association, formed by the recent merger of BOCA (Building Officials and Code Administrators), ICBO (International Conference of Building Officials), and SBCCI (Southern Building Code Congress International), dedicated to building safety and developing the codes used to construct residential and commercial buildings, including homes and schools. The majority of U.S. states, counties and cities have adopted building construction, safety and fire prevention codes developed by the ICC. The address of the Council is as follows:International Code Council5203 Leesburg Pike, Suite 600Falls Church, VA 22041\"IEC\" means:the International Electrotechnical Commission, the international standards and conformity assessment body for all fields of electrotechnology. National members of the IEC are the primary agents of IEC standards and other publications, which, in the United States is the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).\"IEEE\" means:the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, the world's largest technical professional organization, which establishes standards in the fields of electrical, electronics and computer engineering. The address of the Institute for the purpose of ordering publications is as follows:Institute of Electrical and Electronic EngineersIEEE Computer Society PressCustomer Service Center10662 Los Vaqueros CirclePO Box 3014Los Alamitos, CA 90720-1314Telephone: (800) CS-BOOKSFax: (714) 821-4641\"IEST\" means:the Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology, a professional society of engineers, scientists and educators from industry and academic institutions in the environmental sciences. The address of the Institute is as follows:Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology940 East Northwest HighwayMt. Prospect, IL 60056Telephone: (847) 255-1561\"Insulated record containers\" means:insulated record storage containers (Class 150) as defined in ANSI/UL 72-1983. Tests for Fire Resistance of Record Protection Equipment.\"ISO\" means:the International Organization for Standardization, which coordinates national standards bodies worldwide. The address of the Organization is as follows:International Organization for StanarcdizationCentral Secretariat1, rue de VarembreCase postale 56CH-1211 Geneve 20SwitzerlandTelephone: 41 22 749 01 11Fax: 41 22 733 34 30\"Long-term storage\" means:storage conditions that are suitable for ensuring a minimum useful life of a record or series of records required by a Federal or State statute or regulation, or by a retention schedule approved by the State Records Committee per P.L. 1953, c.410 (N.J.S.A. 47:3-20 et seq.) to be retained by the originating agency for 10 or more years after creation, filing, or completion.\"Low temperature storage\" means:storage of records at temperatures below ambient temperature, such as refrigeration temperature (1.7 to 7.2 degrees Celsius/35 to 45 degrees Fahrenheit), special installations (1.7 to 18.3 degrees Celsius/35 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit), or deep freeze temperature (-17.8 degrees Celsius/0 degrees Fahrenheit).\"Medium-term storage conditions\" means:storage conditions that are suitable for ensuring a minimum useful life of a semicurrent record or series of records as required by a Federal or State statute or regulation or a retention schedule approved by the State Records Committee per P.L. 1953, c.410 (N.J.S.A. 47:3-20 et seq.) to be retained by the originating agency for more than three years but less than 10 years after creation, filing, or completion.\"NAPM\" means:National Association of Photographic Manufacturers, a trade and technical information organization of photographic products manufacturers and suppliers, develops standards for the fields of photography and optics. NAPM serves as the standards secretariat and developer for ANSI/NAPM IT (Imaging Technology) committees, ISO TC42-Photography, and ISO TC172-Optics and Optical Instruments. The address of the Association is as follows:National Association of Photographic Manufacturers550 Mamaroneck AvenueHarrison, NY 10528Telephone: (914) 698-7603Fax: (914) 698-7609\"NARA\" means:National Archives and Records Administration, formerly the National Archives and Records Service (NARS), which is the government agency responsible for the public records and archival programs of the United States, including publication of the Federal Register and the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). The address of the Administ