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Coast Guard, Treasury Department-Continued
Uninspected vessels (motorboats and steam vessels)-Continued

Ventilation, tanks and engine spaces, 46 § 25.40-1

Whistles, 46 $ 25.10
United States aids to navigation. See Navigation regulations.
Vessels; special provisions:
See also Cargo and miscellaneous vessels; Passenger vessels; Tank vessels;

and Uninspected vessels.
Arming of merchant cargo vessels, United States, 46 $$ 147.06–1–147.06-5
Arrival time of vessels in port, advance notice of, 33 Part 124
Coast Guard vessels:

Damage by; claims for, 31 $ $ 3.70–3.76

Lights for certain vessels (special construction), 33 Part 135 Emergency evacuation, vessels requisitioned by United States for, 33 $ 19.04;

46 $ 154.04 Explosives or other dangerous articles on. See Explosives or other danger

ous articles. Foreign vessels; handling stowage, etc., of dangerous articles on, 46

§ 147.01-7 Interior Department vessels, operated by Pacific Micronesian Lines, Inc., to

furnish transportation for Trust Territory of Pacific Islands, 33 $ 19.35;

46 $ 154.35
Lifesaving and safety equipment, etc. See Lifesaving or safety equipment.
Lighting of. See Lights and lighting.
Manning requirements. See Manning of vessels.
Navigation requirements. See Navigation regulations.
Numbering of undocumented vessels; requirements, 46 Part 172

Certificate, 46 $ 2.30
School ships and vessels. See Nautical schools.
Security regulations. See Security of vessels.
Ships' stores and supplies; use of dangerous articles as. See Explosives or

other dangerous articles.
Specifications for materials and equipment. See Specifications.
Waivers of certain vessel inspection laws and regulations. See Waivers of

certain laws and regulations. Violations. See Enforcement. Virgin Islands, boundary lines for certain inland waters; navigation require

ments, 46 $$ 82.235, 82.240
Voyage records, retention of, 46 $$ 78.07, 97.07
Waivers of certain laws and regulations, 33 Part 19; 46 Part 154

Authority for issuance, policy, applications for waivers, etc., 46 $ 2.50–1
Emergency evacuation, vessels requisitioned by United States for, 19 $ 33.04;

46 $ 154.04
Explosives; permits for commercial vessels handling, at military installa-

tions, 33 $ 19.15; 46 $ 154.15 Interior Department vessels operated by Pacific Micronesian Lines, Inc., to

furnish transportation for Trust Territory of Pacific Islands, 33 $ 19.35;

46 154.35 Procedures for effecting individual waivers of navigation and vessel in

spection laws and regulations, 33 $ 19.01; 46 $ 154.01 Seamen; chronological record of previous employment, 33 $ 19.07; 46 $ 154.07 Watches, watchmen, lookouts, etc., 46 $$ 78.30, 97.27 Water, drinking, in hermetically sealed containers, for emergency use, on

merchant vessels, 46 § 160.026 Waterfront facilities; security regulations. See Security, regulations respecting. Welders, working on construction of merchant vessels; qualifications and tests,

46 $$ 2.75–70, 56.01-10 Welding:

For vessel equipment. See Marine engineering.
Repairs involving, in case of vessels carrying explosives or other dangerous

articles, 46 146.02-20 Western rivers, pilot rules for. See Navigation regulations Whaling; former regulations superseded by International Convention for regu

lation of whaling, proclaimed November 19, 1948. See main heading International Whaling Commission.

Coast Guard, Treasury Department—Continued

Whistle operators, electric, 46 $ 113.65
Whistles and whistling. See Cargo and miscellaneous vessels; Passenger ves-

sels; Tank vessels; and Uninspected vessels. Wiring, electric; methods and materials, 46 § 111.60 Witnesses and witness fees. See Investigations and suspension and revocation

proceedings. Wrecks, marking of; aids to navigation. See Navigation regulations. Coastal radio stations. See Federal Communications Commission. Coastwise procedure for vessels in foreign and domestic trade; customs regulations

respecting, 19 $$ 4.80–4.92 Cobalt:

Export control, 15 $$ 373.41, 399.1 (Groups 6, 8)

Measurements of cobalt-60; test fee schedules, 15 $ 204.901
Cocaine:

See also Drugs; and Narcotics.
Designation as substance from which habit-forming drugs are derived, 21

$ 165.1
Cocoa; definitions and standards of identity, 21 Part 14
Cocoa and chocolate industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 194
Code of Federal Regulations, preparation and publication of. See Administrative

Committee of Federal Register. Code signals, private, for vessel owners; registration of, customs regulations, 19

$$ 3.80, 3.81 Codeine. See Narcotics. Coersion, of competitors, customers, etc.; cease and desist orders, 16 $$ 13.340–13.385,

13.480 Coffee: Customs entry:

Foreign grown coffee shipped to Puerto Rico from United States, 19 $ 7.1

Invoices; exceptions, 19 $ 8.15 (a) (5) Government contracts; regular dealers in green coffee, definition, 41 $ 201.101

(b) (6) Importation of coffee beans or plants; plant quarantine notices, 7 $ $ 319.73—

319.73-3 Coin-operated amusement and gaming devices; excise tax regulations, 26 $$ 323.20–

323.22, 323.40-323.55 Coins:

Coinage mints, location of; regulations of Monetary Offices, 31 Part 90, note
Counterfeit coins :
Disposition of:
Banks and United States post offices, authorization to deliver to Treas-

ury Department; regulations of Secret Service, 31 $ 403.1
Federal Reserve banks, duties and functions in connection with dis-

position of counterfeit coins found in remittances; regulations of

Monetary Offices, Treasury Department, 31 $$ 100.19, 100.20 Importation of counterfeit coins, or illustrations or reproductions of coins,

prohibited; customs regulations, 19 $ 12.48 Seizure and forfeiture of vessels, vehicles and aircraft used to transport;

regulations of Secret Service, Treasury Department, 31 Part 401 Exchange of; regulations of Monetary Offices, Treasury Department, 31 Part 100 Import or export of:

Counterfeit coins, etc.; customs regulations, 19 $ 12.48
Export of, prohibitions, licenses, etc.; regulations of Monetary Offices,

Treasury Department, 31 Parts 127, 128
Invoices; exceptions for coins brought into United States as medium of

exchange, 19 $ 8.15 (c) (13)
Reports of; foreign trade statistics, 15 30.17
Mailing of:

Alaska, gold coin; rates, 39 $ 25.2 (b) (5)

Foreign countries, mailing to, 39 $ 132.1 (f), (g) "Proof” coins, manufacture of; procedures of Mint Bureau, Treasury Depart

ment, 31 $ 92.25

Coins-Continued
Rare and unusual gold coins; regulations of Monetary Offices, Treasury Depart-

ment, respecting acquisition, holding, transporting, importing and exporting

of, 31 $ 54.20 Uncirculated coins; distribution for collection purposes, 31 Part 361 Cold or heat, protective service against, for railroads; accounts and reports. See

Interstate Commerce Commisison. Collards. See Vegetables. Collection districts; customs districts and ports. See Customs Bureau. Collective bargaining; regulations respecting rights of employees under various acts:

National Labor Relations Act, 29 $$ 101.16–101.22, 102.52–102.70

Railway Labor Act, 29 g 1205.2 Colleges. See Educational institutions. Collisions by aircraft or vessels in waters of Panama Canal; regulations for pre

vention of. See Panama Canal. Colonial National Historic Park:

Closing of areas, 36 $ 20.1 (d)
Fees:

Admission 36 $$ 3.1, 13.13 (b), (d)

Commercial passenger-carrying vehicles, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.3, 13.14
Fishing, 36 $ 20.1 (a)
Speed of vehicles, 36 $ 20.1 (c)

Travel on roads, 36 $ 20.1 (b)
Colorado; Carey Act grants to certain States for irrigation and reclamation purposes,

43 Part 272 Colorado National Monument; motor vehicles:

Fees for automobile, motorcycle, and trailer permits, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.15

Speed, 36 $ 20.54 (a) Colors: Coal-tar colors, in certain foods, drugs, or cosmetics; color certification for, 21

Part 9 Hair dye, coal-tar, defined, 21 $ 1.200 Colorfastness of textiles, light sensitive paper for testing; standard samples, 15

$ 230.11 (v) Colorimetry; test fee schedules, 15 $ $ 202.107, 202.108

Lamp standards of color temperature; reference standards, 15 $ 230.11 (w) Columbia Basin Reclamation Project; certain lands to be covered by recordable

contracts 43 Part 405 Columbium, ores, semifabricated forms, etc.; export control, 15 § 399.1 (Group 6) Columbium-tantalum; purchase program, 32A Chapter XIV Regulation 10 Combat pay, claims for, by former Air Force personnel, 32 $$ 836.151–836.155 Combining or conspiring to engage in unfair or unlawful trade practices; cease and

desist orders, 16 $$ 13.290, 13.390–13.495 Combustible liquids or substances. See Explosives and other dangerous articles or

substances.

Commerce Department:
See Business and Defense Services Administration.

Business Economics, Office of.
Census Bureau.
Civil Aeronautics Administration.
Civil Aeronautics Board.
Coast and Geodetic Survey.
Foreign Commerce Bureau.
Maritime Administration and Federal Maritime Board.
National Bureau of Standards.
National Shipping Authority.
Patent Office.
Public Roads Bureau.

Weather Bureau.
Age search and citizenship service by Bureau of Census; fee structure, 15 $ 1.5
Appeals procedures, reference to, 15 Part 3, Note

Commerce Department-Continued
Charges for certifying, searching and copying services, establishment of, 15

Part 4
Claims under Federal Tort Claims Act, procedures for handling and settlement

of, 15 Part 2 Defense mobilization program; responsibilities relating to industries assigned

by Executive Order 10480 and DMO I–7 and VII-5, 32A Chapter I, DMO 1-8 Excess foreign property, disposal of; importation into United States of non

agricultural property sold abroad by United States Government or agencies

(before or after July 1, 1949), 44 Part 401 Fellowships, training grants, etc.; award to citizens of other American Republics,

in various fields:
Aviation training grants; Civil Aeronautics Administration, 14 Part 450
Census procedures; Census Bureau, 15 Part 40
Foreign trade; Foreign Commerce Bureau, 15 Part 362
Laboratory standardization and testing; National Bureau of Standards, 15

Part 255
Meteorology; Weather Bureau, 15 Part 502
Statistics, national income and international balance of payments; Office

of Business Economics, 15 Part 801 Special studies and services by Bureaus; statistical studies relating to foreign

trade, domestic trade, and other economic matters, 15 Part 1 Under Secretary of Commerce for Transportation; shipping restrictions, 32A

Chapter VII
Communist China, T-2
Hong Kong and Macao, T-1

Shipments on American flag ships and aircraft, T-1, Int. 1
Commercial companies; financial statements, submission of, in connection with

registration of securities. See Securities and Exchange Commission. Commercial functions of Foreign Service officers, 22 Part 106 Commercial papers, and invoices; international mail, 39 Parts 103, 176 Commercial stationery industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 60 Commercializing improperly Governmental matter, or the military; cease and desist

orders, 16 $$ 13.500, 13.505 Commission merchants, brokers, etc., handling perishable agricultural commodities;

regulations respecting, 7 Parts 46, 47, 48 Commissioned officers of various services. See Air Force Department; Army Depart

ment; Coast and Geodetic Survey; Coast Guard; Navy Department; and Public

Health Service. Commodities, agricultural. See Agricultural commodities. Commodity Advisory Committees, Interdepartmental (metals, minerals, chemicals,

rubber, forest products, fibers); establishment, 32A Chapter I, DMO V-1,

Supp. 1 Commodity advisory panels and committees, export control; organization, functions,

etc., 15 § 384.1

Commodity Credit Corporation:
Contract Disputes Board for Commodity Credit Corporation; rules for, 6 Part

400 Debt settlement: Set-off of debts owing to United States by certain persons, against payments

due same persons, 7 Part 1109
Settlement of small, uncollectible, etc., debts, 7 Part 3
Farm storage facilities, loans for, 6 Parts 473, 474
Feed; emergency feed program, 6 Parts 475, 476
Loans by Corporation:

Inclusion in income; income tax regulations, 26 $$ 39.123-1, 39.123–2
Notes evidencing; discount of, by Federal Reserve Banks, 12 $$201.2 (b) (2),

201.3 (i) (2) Loans, purchases, and price support operations for various agricultural com

modities. See main heading Agriculture Department. Pricing policy, for disposal of commodities acquired under price support pro

grams, 6 Part 402

Commodity Credit Corporation Continued
Production credit associations, loans by, guaranteed by Corporation, 6 $$ 50.23,

50.25, 52.2 Rewards for information respecting theft or damage to property acquired

through price support operations, 6 Part 406 Storage of grains, loans for, 6 Parts 473, 474 Trustees, loans to and purchase by, 6 Part 405

Wheat and wheat-flour export program, 6 Part 481
Commodity Exchange Authority (including Commodity Exchange Commission):

Brokers, floor; registration of, etc. See General regulations.
Commodities:
Provisions respecting specific commodities:
Barley:

See also Grains.

Delivery period required, 17 § 100.1
Butter; reports, etc., 17 Part 4
Corn:

See also Grains.

Delivery period required, 17 § 100.1
Cotton:
Limits on position and daily trading for future delivery, 17

$ 150.2
Reports, etc., 17 Part 3
Cottonseed meal; reports, etc., 17 Part 11
Cottonseed oil; limits on position and daily trading for future delivery,

17 $ 150.6
Eggs:

Limits on position and daily trading for future delivery, 17 $ 150.5

Reports, etc., 17 Part 5
Fats; reports, etc., 17 Part 9
Flaxseed:

See also Grains.
Delivery period required, 17 $ 100.1

Reports, etc., 17 Part 2
Grains:

Delivery period required, 17 g 100.1
Limits on position and daily trading for future delivery, 17

S$ 150.1, 150.3
Reports, etc., 17 Part 2
Lard; limits on position and daily trading for future delivery, 17 $ 150.8
Millfeeds; reports, etc., 17 Part 7
Oats:

See also Grains.

Delivery period required, 17 $ 100.1
Oils; reports, etc., 17 Part 10
Potatoes; reports, etc., 17 Part 6
Rye:

See also Grains.
Delivery period required, 17 g 100.1
Limits on position and daily trading for future delivery, 17

$ 150.3
Soybean meal; reports, etc., 17 Part 11
Soybean oil; limits on position and daily trading for future delivery,

17 $ 150.7 Soybeans:

Limits on position and daily trading for future delivery, 17 $ 150.4

Reports, etc., 17 Part 2
Wheat:

See also Grains.

Delivery period required, 17 § 100.1
Wool tops; reports, etc., 17 Part 8
Speculation in, by officers or employees, 17 § 1.6
Trading in; general regulations affecting contract markets and futures

commission merchants. See General regulations.

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