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War; special provisions applicable during or because of:
Alien properties seized during World Wars I and II; administration and control
of. See Alien Property, Office of.
Armed services purchases abroad of war material; procurement regulations,
32 $$ 6.301-6.303, 595.502
Arms, ammunition, commodities involving military secrets, etc., regulations
respecting imports and exports of, 19 $ $ 9.12 (a), 23.31; 22 Parts 75, 76, 78
Claims for detention benefits, by American nationals interned or prisoners of
war. See Foreign Claims Settlement Commission.
Communications (letters, and other tangible forms) brought into or being taken
from United States; customs regulations under Trading with the Enemy
Act, 19 Part 52
Control of persons entering and leaving United States in time of war; passports,
etc., 22 Parts 52, 53
Customs entry during war of certain gifts, personal effects, etc., 19 Part 54
Employees compensation losses resulting from war hazards, reimbursement of
employers, insurance carriers, or compensation funds, for; procedures re-
specting, 20 $ $ 01.51, 01.52
Explosives and ingredients, control in time of war, 30 Parts 1301, 1302
Memorials, war, erection of, in United States or foreign countries; regulations
of American Battle Monuments Commission, 37 Parts 401, 402, 403
Minerals developed by Governmental agency to aid in prosecution of World
War II, leasing of, 43 $ 191.40
Public Health Service commissioned oficers, regulations respecting during
period of war, 42 $ $ 21.191, 21.331
Reparations, World War II; authority to accept payment of, 22 Part 90
Taxes, postponement by reason of war (World War II), of time for performing
certain acts relating to Federal tax liabilities, 26 Part 472
Time for performing certain acts postponed; income tax regulations, 26
Sale of war-built vessels by Maritime Administration. See Maritime Ad-
War risk insurance, for vessels and operators, and seamen, 46 Part 308
War Claims Commission; functions transferred to Foreign Claims Settlement Com-
mission, 45 Chapter V, note
See also Contracts.
Mitigation of effect of renegotiation of, or disallowance of reimbursement;
income tax regulations, 26 $ 39.3806
Renegotiation of. See Renegotiation Board.
War-disabled civilians or veterans:
See also Disabled or handicapped persons.
Compensation for injuries. See Compensation.
Veterans' benefits. See Veterans Administration.
Vocational rehabilitation. See Veterans Administration; and Vocational Re-
habiliation, Office of.
Federally-owned housing projects; occupancy, etc., 24 Part 340
Mortgage insurance for various types of housing. See Federal Housing Ad-
War losses, recognition of, for income tax purposes, 26 $$ 39.127 (a)_39.127 (f)-1
War material purchases abroad, customs duties on, etc.; armed services procurement
regulations, 32 $$ 6.301-6.303, 595.502
War Stores Disposal Board, Union of South Africa; authority for disposal of surplus
property, regulations respecting, 44 $ 308.54
Agricultural commodities (fruits, vegetables, grains, tobacco, etc.), warehouses
for. See Agriculture Department.
Commodity warehouses, records, reports, etc., respecting, by contract markets;
general regulations under Commodity Exchange Act, 17 $ $ 1.43, 1.44
Customs warehouses; regulations respecting control of merchandising in, etc.
See Customs Bureau.
Internal revenue bonded warehouses, for liquors, distilled spirits, tobacco, etc.;
excise tax regulations. See Internal Revenue Service.
Warfarin. See Poisons.
Warm air furnace industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 84
Warrant officers, National Guard; procurement, eligibility, etc., 32 $$ 1101.7–1101.11
Customs officers, warrants issued to, to search for and seize merchandise, 19
Municipalities, warrants issued by, in anticipation of collection of taxes; ad-
vances on purchase of, etc., by Federal Reserve banks, 12 Parts 205, 207
Securities, warrants for; regulations under Investment Company Act of 1940,
and under Securities Exchange Act of 1934, 17 $ $ 240.12a-4, 240.12d3–1,
Wash frock and house dress manufacturing industry; trade practice conference
rules, 16 Part 126
Washington; exchanges of lands for benefit of States, 43 $ $ 152.1–152.12
Washington, George, Birthplace National Monument:
Admission fee, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.13 (a)
Travel on roads, 36 § 20.23 (a)
Washington Monument, District of Columbia; elevator fee, 36 $$ 3.44 (b), 13.1, 13.12
Washington National Airport, Washington, D. C.:
Aeronautical rules and general regulations for, 14 Part 570
Traffic patterns, 14 $ 60.18–7
Waste disposal wells, industrial; radio services used in connection with drilling for,
Waste paper, dealers and packers; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 81
Wastes, disposal of, by vessels, vehicles, and aircraft:
Panama Canal; discharging of vessel wastes into, 35 $$ 4.152, 4.154, 4.155
Public health regulations respecting. See Public Health Service.
Advisory Committee on Watch Industry; establishment, 32A Chapter I, DMO
British Token Import Plan, export to United Kingdom under, 15 § 361.13
Excise tax on retailers' sales, 26 $$ 320.34
Test fee schedules, 15 § 206.204
Watches and watch case industries; trade practice conference rules, 16 Parts
Watchmen and watches on vessels, 46 $$ 78.30, 97.27
Radio watches for safety purposes, 47 $$ 8.201–8.241
Water, facilities, rights, etc.:
Alaska; hot springs, public water reserves, etc., 43 Part 82
Loans to farmers. See Farmers Home Administration.
Water conservation practices. See Soil Conservation Service.
Drinking water in hermetically sealed containers, for emergency use, on mer-
chant vessels; specifications for, 46 $ 160.026
Flood control. See Engineers, Corps of.
Indian lands; water charges for operation and maintenance of irrigation proj-
ects on, 25 Part 130
Livestock, water for:
Reservoirs, rights-of-way for, 43 $ $ 244.29–244.37
Water holes, reservation of lands for, 43 $ $ 292.1-292.5, 295.6, 295.7
Pollution control, grants and loans for; Public Health Service regulations,
42 Part 55
Potable water on board land, sea, or air conveyances:
Emergency drinking water in sealed containers, for merchant vessels, 46
Interstate quarantine regulations. See Public Health Service.
Public water reserves, 43 Part 292
Alaska, 43 Part 82
Radio services used in connection with drilling for wells, 47 11.508
Reclamation and irrigation:
Public lands. See Land Management Bureau.
Reclamation projects. See Reclamation Bureau.
Rights-of-way over public lands for canals, dams, reservoirs, irrigation pur-
poses, water plants, etc., 43 $ $ 244.22–244.51, 244.68
Water, facilities, rights, etc.—Continued
Water rights in connection with reclamation of arid lands by United States,
43 $$ 230.41, 230.62–230.95, 230.112–230.114
Water wells; leasing, etc., 30 $ $ 211.17, 241.1-241.7
Municipal, in or near national forests; management of, 36 $ 251.9
Petersburg watershed, Alaska; entering Tongass National Forest through,
prohibited, 36 $ 251.35
Prescott, Arizona, watershed; mining in, 43 $ 185.34
Withdrawal of public lands for irrigation purposes, etc., 43 $ $ 295.1, 295.6, 295.7
Water buffalo, skins, from India; custom entry, 19 $ 10.86
See also Vessels.
Accounts, records, tariffs, schedules, etc. See Interstate Commerce Commission.
Explosives or other dangerous articles, transportation by; general provisions,
49 $$ 71.9–71.11, 73.4
Maritime carriers, regulations respecting operations, rates, etc. See Maritime
Water-motor freight rates, seasonal, of common carriers, 49 $ 187.40
Water current meters; test fee schedules, 15 § 206.501
Water heater industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 160
Water utilities. See Public utilities.
Waterfront facilities, vessels, and harbors; protection and security of. See Coast
Guard; and Panama Canal.
Watermelons. See Fruits and berries.
Waterproofing, masonry, industry; trade practice conference rules. 16 Part 169
Waterways, United States and Canada; rules of procedure of International Joint
Commission respecting, 22 Part 401
Wattmeters; test fee schedules, 15 88 201.306–201.307
Waveguide attenuators (radio); test fee schedules, 15 § 214.902
Waxed paper industry. See Paper and paper products industries.
Fellowships in meteorology, award of, to citizens of other American Republics,
15 Part 502
Weather information, dissemination of; rules for guidance of public respecting,
15 Part 501
Counterfeiting weather forecasts, 15 $ 501.5
Appearance of employees of Bureau, under subpoena, 15 $ 501.3
Certified data for use in court, 15 $ 501.2
Radio weather broadcasts, under commercial sponsorship; agreements for,
15 $ 501.6
Teletype connections on weather communications lines, 15 $ 501.1
Time of release of weather information affecting crops, 15 $ 501.4
Weather conditions, reports, etc.:
Air carrier operations:
Omission of regularly scheduled stops due to weather, 14 § 293.1
Alaskan air carriers, 14 § 292.4
Scheduled air carriers, 14 $$ 40.35, 40.382, 40.405–40.406–2, 41.12, 41.95–
41.97, 42.55, 42.55–2
Dissemination of weather information; regulations of Weather Bureau, 15 Part
Fellowships in meteorology, award to citizens of other American Republics, 15
Weight control, label statements respecting dietary properties of certain foods for,
21 $ 125.6
Weights, scales, balances; test fee schedules, 15 $$ 202.801, 206.600–206.614
Welder, resistance, manufacturing industry; trade practice conference rules, 16
Welders, working on construction of merchant marine vessels; qualifications and
tests, 46 $$ 2.75–70, 56.01-10
Welding on construction of merchant marine vessels; engineering requirements for,
46 $ $ 56.01, 56.05, 146.02-20
Arc welding devices using radio frequency energy; radio regulations respecting,
47 Part 18
Export control, 15 § 399.1 (Group 7)
American nationals abroad, duties of Foreign Service officers in connection with.
See State Department.
Indians, welfare of, 25 Part 252
Public welfare; regulations of various agencies. See Health, Education, and
Welfare organizations; disposal to, for use of needy persons, of food commodi-
ties acquired through price support programs, 6 Part 501
Oil. See Petroleum industries.
Water. See Water.
West Point, Military Academy. See United States Military Academy.
Western Oklahoma Consolidated Agency; authority to approve individual Indian
budgets and make expenditures, 25 $ 221.40
Western rivers; pilot rules for, 33 Part 95
Whaling; importation or exportation of products, under International Convention,
19 $ 12.30
Whaling Commission, International. See International Whaling Commission.
Wheat. See Grains.
Definitions and standards of identity, 21 $$ 15.1-15.150
Export program for, 6 Part 481
Whey. See Dairy products.
Whiskey. See Liquors, distilled spirits, etc.
Whistles and whistling, on vessels:
Cargo vessels, 46 $S 96.20, 97.20
Passenger vessels, 46 $$ 77.20, 78.23
Tank vessels, 46 $ 32.15-5
Uninspected vessels, 46 $ 25.10
White Sands National Monument; vehicle permit fees, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.15
Wholesale or retail dealers in liquors; excise tax regulations. See Internal Revenue
Wild or game animals or birds. See Wildlife.
Wild or natural areas in national forests, designation of, 36 $$ 251.20–251.23
Wilderness and roadless areas on Indian lands, establishment of, 25 Part 281
Wildlife (birds and animals); conservation, refuges, etc.:
Customs entry, 19 $$ 10.75, 10.76, 12.26–12.29
Filming of motion or sound pictures of, 43 $ 5.6
Hunting of wildlife; seasons, methods, limits, etc. See Fish and Wildlife Service.
Hunting stamps, for taking migratory birds, 39 $ 62.2; 50 $ 46.145
Mailing of perishable game, 39 $ $ 15.3 (a), (b), 15.4
Protection of wildlife:
In national forests and wildlife refuges, 36 Part 241
In national parks, monuments, etc., 36 $ $ 1.9, 6.7, 12.4
In wildlife conservation areas. See Fish and Wildlife Service.
Refuges and conservation areas:
Exchanges of public lands for, 43 Part 151
Grazing districts, refuges within; regulations respecting permitted and pro-
hibited acts, etc., 43 Part 163
Management of wildlife conservation areas. See Fish and Wildlife Service.
Oil and gas leases of lands within refuges, 43 $ 192.9
Restoration of game birds and mammals; Federal aid to States, 50 Part 41
Surplus real property, disposal of, for wildlife conservation purposes, 44 $ 101.53
American nationals dying abroad, duties of consular officers in connection with,
22 $$ 120.21, 120.22
Indians; regulations respecting heirs and wills, 25 $$ 81.0–81.33, 82.0–82.32,
Wind Cave National Park:
Buffaloes, surplus, disposal of, 36 Part 32
Fees, guide and elevator, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.5
Fishing, 36 $ 1.4
Wind-speed indicators, calibration of; test fee schedules, 15 8 206.301
Wind tunnels, of National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics; development work
for industry in, 32 Part 1210
Wine industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 139
Wines. See Liquors, distilled spirits, wines.
Wintergreen oil; label statement of drug preparations containing, 21 $ 3.35
Wire, fabricators of; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 85
Wire and manufacturers; export control, 15 $$ 399.1 (Group 6), 399.2, Interpretations
Ermneously meandered lands; sale to holders of color of title or riparian
claims, 43 $$ 141.19–141.24
Svamp lands, grants to States; selection and patenting of lands, etc., 43 Part 271
Withdrawal of liquors from bonded warehouses, etc. See under Internal Revenue
Withdrawal of mail, by senders, 39 $ $ 43.6, 51.6
Withdrawal of merchandise from customs warehouses, 19 $8 8.35–8.45, 18.16–18.19,
1915, 19.20, 19.22–19.25
Withdrawal of public lands for various purposes, 43 Part 295
Withdawal of securities from listing and registration; regulations under Securities
Exchange Act of 1934, 17 $ $ 240.12d2-1, 240.12d2-2
Withholding income tax at source:
O wages; employment tax regulations, 26 Part 406
Other than on wages; income tax regulations, 26 $$ 39.143—39.144-2
Administrative hearings, witnesses at, 28 $ 21.2
Alaska, district courts of, 28 $ 21.3
Federal Coal Mine Safety Board of Review, fees, mileage, etc., for witnesses,
30 Part 401
Iederal officers and employees, before United States courts, 28 $ 21.1
Naturalization of aliens; witnesses for petitioners, 8 $$ 334.2, 334.21, 335b.11
Naval or military courts:
Military courts, fees for witnesses, 32 $ 534.3
Naval courts and fact finding boards, 32 Part 719
Naval personnel, as witnesses before civil courts, 32 $ $ 701.2, 720.8–720.10
Subpoenaing of witnesses. See Subpoenas.
Tariff Commission; fees, etc., 19 $S 201.15, 201.16
Women, wives, widows:
See also Husband and wife.
Dependents or beneficiaries:
Dependents of certain persons, benefits for, etc. See Dependents.
Old-age and survivors' insurance. See Old Age and Survivors Insurance
Veterans' dependents' claims. See Veterans Administration.
Health services, maternity, etc., 42 Part 200
Immigration regulations; wives of citizens or members of armed forces, 8 Parts
Military service, women in:
Air Force, enlistment in, 32 Part 880
Army; Women's Services:
Army Nurse Corps; appointment, qualifications, etc., 32 $$ 570.1-570.4,
Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC), claims for veterans' benefits
based upon service in, 38 $ 3.1523
Women's Army Corps:
Army Reserve, 32 $ 561.19
Regular Army, 32 $ 573.10
Composition, appointments, enlistments, discharge, etc., 32 Part 580
Veterans' benefits; claims for, by members, 38 $ 3.1 (q), (r)
Women's Medical Specialist Corps (dieticians, and physical and oc-
cupational therapists); appointment, qualifications, etc., 32
$$ 570.21-570.24, 573.1–573.6, 573.10
Naval officers, regulations governing termination of commissions, 32 $ 714.1
Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard, Women's Reserve; veterans' claims by
members, 38 $ 3.1 (r)