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Education and training-Contained
Military education and training—Continued
Coast Guard regulations:

Coast Guard Auxiliary, 33 Part 5
Coast Guard Cadets, 33 Part 40

Nautical schools, 46 Parts 166, 167, 168
Maritime Administration regulations; training for merchant marine and

Merchant Marine Cadet Corps, 46 Part 310
Navy Department regulations:

Naval Academy (Annapolis); admission to, 32 Part 710
Naval reserve forces, training for. See Navy Department.
Training films, commercial, cooperation of Navy in making of, 32

$ 765.18 (e) (5) National Institutes of Health traineeships; qualification, awards, etc., 42 Part 63 Public health training in schools and educational institutions. See Public

Health Service. Radio broadcast stations, educational. See Federal Communications Commis

sion. Technical and cultural-cooperation programs between United States and other

American Republics, 22 Part 65 Training grants. See Fellowships and training grants. United States Government institutions, education in, of certain foreign students,

22 Part 66 Veterans, education or vocational training for. See Veterans Administration;

and Veterans' Education Appeals Board. Vocational education, Federal program of; regulations respecting. See Educa

tion, Office of; and Vocational Rehabilitation, Office of. Educational institutions:

See also Education and training.
Airmen, schools for; certification:

Flying schools, ground schools, etc., 14 Parts 50–54

Issuance of, 14 Part 406
Customs entry of articles for, 19 $ $ 10.43–10.46, 10.51, 10.67
Donations or loans to various schools, colleges, military or naval academies, etc.:

Coast Guard Academy; donations for chapel, 33 Part 16
Merchant Marine Academy; donations for chapel and library, 46

$$ 310.100-310.103
Navy property, surplus, 32 $ 736.5 (f)

Property in national industrial reserve, 32 $ $ 145.650-145.654
Flying school radio stations, 47 $ $ 9.3, 9.711–9.719
Income taxation, of nonprofit educational organizations. See Internal Revenue

Service.
Indians, schools for. See Indian Affairs Bureau.
Land-grant colleges and universities, grants to, 45 Part 101
Military education and training at various institutions. See under Education

and training.
Nautical schools. See Coast Guard; and Maritime Administration.
Private home study schools; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 116
Public land grants, etc., for schools and colleges:
Alaska:

Alaska University, grants of lands to, 43 $$ 76.5–76.7
Mining in school sections, 43 $ $ 69.19, 69.20, 70.30, 70.31
School land reservation; survey, leasing, etc., 43 $$ 76.1-76.4

Timber on school sections, 43 $ $ 79.9, 79.27
Land grants to colleges and schools for educational purposes, 43 $$ 270.1-

270.33 Reclamation town sites, grants of lands in, for school purposes, 43 $ 255.48 Puerto Rico, enterprises engaged in education activities; minimum wages of

employees of, 29 Part 672 Radio broadcast stations, noncommercial, educational, 47 $$ 3.501-3.591, 3.621 School facilities, need for; grants for construction of schools and school facili

ties, and other financial assistance to public schools. See Education,

Office of. School lunch program. See School lunch program. Scientific research, grants for, to educational, industrial, governmental or

other institutions, or individuals, 45 Part 620

Educational institutions Continued
Surplus property, real or personal, disposal of, for educational purposes, 44

$ $ 55.35-55.38, 101.54; 45 Parts 12, 13 Veterans; training facilities in schools, colleges, etc., for vocational rehabilita

tion or education. See Veterans Administration; and Veterans' Education

Appeals Board. Educational materials, visual and auditory, American-made; measures to facilitate

circulation abroad, 22 Part 502 Efficiency ratings for Federal employees:

Performance ratings boards of review, 5 Part 31

Retention credits for better than satisfactory rating, 5 $ 20.4 (d) (1) Eggplant. See Vegetables. Eggs and egg products: Definitions and standards of identity for liquid, frozen, or dried eggs or yolks,

21 Part 42 Game bird eggs, importation of, 50 Part 9 Grading and inspection:

Egg products, 7 Part 55

Shell eggs, 7 Part 56 Limits on position and daily trading for future delivery on commodity exchanges,

17 $ 150.5 Mailing of:

Exportation of dried whole eggs, 39 175.1

Mailing of perishable matter, 39 $$ 15.3, 112.1 (b) (5)-(8)
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Poultry eggs for hatching; importation from Canada, 9 $ 92.26
Trading in, on commodity exchanges, 17 Part 5

Limits on position and daily trading for future delivery, 17 $ 150.5
Wages and hours of workers engaged in production of, 29 Part 536
Eight-Hour Law of 1912; armed services procurement regulations respecting, 32

$ $ 12.300–12.303-2, 12.403–1 (b), 601.350, 601.404–7 (b) (3) El Morro National Monument; guide fees, 36 $ $ 13.1, 13.11 Elasticity-measuring instruments, calibration of; test fee schedules, 15 $ $ 206.402,

206.404 Elections of representatives of employees for purpose of collective bargaining,

29 $ $ 101.16–101.22, 102.52–102.70, 1202.5, 1202.7, 1206.1, 1206.4 Electric power: Defense mobilization program; responsibilities of Interior Department respect

ing electric power, 32A Chapter I, DMO 1-13
Excise tax on sale of electrical energy, 26 $$ 316.190–316.195
Electric power companies. See Electric utilities, companies, projects, etc.
Electric power lines. See Power lines, power sites, etc.
Electric railways. See Railroads.
Electric utilities, companies, projects, etc.:

See also Public utilities.
Accounts, for electric power companies; regulations under Federal Power Act.

See Federal Power Commission.
Electric power projects and facilities; regulations under Federal Power Act.

See Federal Power Commission. Electric Rate Book, National, summary for; form for use by electric power com

panies, regulations under Federal Power Act, 18 $ 141.26
Electrical contracting industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 64
Electrical energy or mechanical horsepower:
Sale by electric power project licensees; regulations under Federal Power

Act, 18 $$ 35.15, 35.20
Tax on; excise tax regulations, 26 $$ 316.190–316.195
Emergency connection of electric power facilities, 18 $ $ 32.20–32.24
Federal Power Act, regulations under. See Federal Power Commission.
Indian lands:

Electrification of various irrigation projects, 25 Parts 131, 132, 133

Rights-of-way for power projects, 25 $ 256.27 Lands withdrawn for power sites, application for vacation of withdrawal, and

for determination permitting restoration of lands to entry; regulations

under Federal Power Act, 18 Part 25 Power system statement forms, for use by electric power companies; regulations

under Federal Power Act, 18 $$ 141.51, 141.52, 141.55

Electric utilities, companies, projects, etc.—Continued
Radio service in connection with electric power, 47 $ $ 11.251-11.254, 11.551-

11.555 Rights-of-way for power lines. See Rights-of-way. Rural areas, electrification of; loans to finance costs and operation of electric

powerplants and transmission lines, etc., 6 Part 200 Securities of electric utility companies, regulations under Public Utility Holding

Company Act of 1935, 17 S$ 250.40–250.50 Electrical appliances, machinery, equipment, etc.: British Token Import Plan, export of electrical machinery and apparatus to

United Kingdom under, 15 $ 361.13 Electric lamps: Incandescent, thermal radiation standards for; standard samples, 15

$ 230.11 (w) Rating and life-testing of; test fee schedules, 15 $ 202.104 Excise tax regulations; electric appliances, electric light bulbs and tubes, 26

$$ 316.110, 316.111, 316.180, 316.181 Export control, 15 § 399.1 (Group 7) Mining equipment; approval of, etc. See Mines Bureau. Minors, employment of, in operations involving power-driven machines, 29

$ $ 4.55, 4.58, 4.59 Procurement by Government agencies; fans, refrigerators, water coolers, 44

$ 53.5 (b), (i), (j) Rural areas; loans to persons in, to finance wiring of premises or acquisition

of appliances, 6 $ 200.2 Sales of appliances by public utility holding companies; regulations under Pub

lic Utility Holding Company Act, 17 $ $ 250.80–250.95 Surplus electrical equipment in foreign areas disposal of; State Department

regulations, 44 § 308.11 Test fee schedules, for appliances and instruments, 15 Part 201 Vessels, electrical systems for. See Coast Guard.

Wholesalers of electrical products; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 87 Electronic components; priority orders. See Business and Defense Services Admin

istration. Electroplated coatings, thickness samples and calibration of magnetic-thickness

gage for; test fee schedules, 15 § 205.601 Elm trees, seeds, lumber, etc., importation of; plant quarantine notices, 78$ 319.70–

319.70–6 Embargoes on motor carriers; notification of delay, suspension or inability to per

form all authorized transportation services, 49 $$ 220.1–220.3 Embroideries industries: Minimum wages for workers in various industries:

Home workers, 29 Part 633

Workers in Puerto Rico, 29 Parts 545, 655 Trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 49 Emergencies. See Civil defense; Disasters or emergencies; and National emergency. Emergency connection of electric power facilities; regulations under Federal Power

Act, 18 $8 32.20–32.24 Emergency evacuation; vessels requisitioned by United States for, 33 $ 19.04; 46

$ 154.04 Emergency facilities: Certificates of necessity; emergency facilities covered by; treatment of deprecia

tion for contract pricing purposes, 32 Part 81 Income tax regulations, 26 $$ 39.124A (a)--39.124 A (i)-1, 39.172–1, 39 190–1 Tax amortization under section 168 (formerly section 124A) of Internal Revenue

Code, 32A Chapter 1:
Necessity certificates for tax amortization purposes:
Issuance for listed areas of production, expansion goals, DMO III-1,

Supp. 1, DMO VII-6, and Supps. 1-4
Policy respecting extent to which accelerated amortization can be

allowed as cost in negotiated contract pricing, DMO III-1
Regulation respecting issuance, ODM Regulation 1
Payment certificates; issuance in connection with payment of compensa-

tion for unamortized cost of emergency facilities:
Delegation of authority to Secretary of Defense and General Services

Administrator respecting, DMO I-11
Regulation respecting, ODM Regulation 2

Emergency facilities Continued
Tax amortization under section 168 (formerly section 124A) of Internal Revenue

Code, 32A Chapter 1-Continued
Protective construction for industrial facilities, availability of tax amortiza-

tion incentive for, DMO VI-4
Emergency facilities depreciation boards; procedures:

Air Force Board, 32 Part 1021
Army Board, 32 Part 607

Navy Board, 32 Part 743
Emergency loan programs, for farmers, 6 Parts 381, 384, 385, 388, 389, 473, 475, 476
Emergency radio services. See Federal Communications Commission.
Emmer. See Grains.

Employees' Compensation Appeals Board, Labor Department:

Appeals:
Claims under United States Compensation Act and extensions thereof;

review, on questions of law and fact, of final order of Direcvor of Bureau

of Employees' Compensation, 20 $ 01.1 Regulations governing filing of appeals, procedure, action, etc., 20 $ $ 501.2

501.6 Representation of parties in interest, 20 $ $ 501.7, 502.8 Rules of procedure; applications, hearings, decisions, reconsideration, etc

20 SS 502.1-502.8 Appeals Board; establishment and jurisdiction, 20 $ 501.1 Claims under United States Compensation Act, processing of. See Appeals.

Employees' Compensation Bureau, Labor Department:
Alaska; compensation for injury or death of certain employees in. See Employ-

ment outside United States. Aliens or non-citizens; employee compensation for disability or death: Aliens not residents; commutation of compensation payments, 20 $ $ 41.17,

51.5 United States employees, 20 Part 25 Appeals from decisions of Bureau. See main heading Employees' Compensation

Appeals Board. Army reserves (Enlisted Reserve Corps and Officers Reserve Corps), compensa

tion for disability or death of members of, in time of peace; administration

of claims, 20 $ $ 02.1, 1.20 Australia; special schedule of compensation for disability and death of non

citizen employees of United States, 20 & 25.22 Bonds, various types, acceptable as security for employers acting as self-insurers

under various workmen's compensation laws, 20 $$ 33.6, 43.6 Canal Zone; compensation for injury or death of certain employees in. See

Employment outside United States. Certificates of compliance, issuance of, to employers. See Employers. Claims for workmen's compensation, under various acts: By employees of contractors with United States, for injury or death resulting

from war risk hazards. See Employment outside United States: em

ployees of contractors. In District of Columbia. See District of Columbia workmen's compensation

law. Under Defense Bases Act. See Employment outside United States: persons

employed on military, air or naval bases. Under Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act. See Long

shoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act. Under United States Employees' Compensation Act. See United States

Employees' Compensation Act. Compensation districts, establishment of, under Longshoremen's and Harbor

Workers' Compensation Act, 20 $ $ 31.2, 51.2 Compensation funds, reimbursement of, for certain expenditures in connection

with compensation of employees of contractors with United States, 20 $$ 01.51, 01.52, 62.1-62.8

Employees' Compensation Bureau, Labor Department—Continued
Contractors with United States, employees of, outside United States; compensa-

tion for injury, death, or enemy detention. See Employment outside United

States. Defense Bases Act; compensation for injuries or death under, of persons em

ployed on military, air, or naval bases outside United States. See Employ

ment outside United States. Dental or medical treatment, etc., for United States employees injured while in

performance of duty, 20 Part 2 District of Columbia workmen's compensation law, regulations under: Administrative provisions, general, respecting claims, hearings, reports, re

views, records, etc., 20 Part 41 Certificates of compliance, issuance of, to employers, 20 Part 44 Insurance carriers, authorization of, to write insurance under_Act; appli

cations, certificates of authority, policies, reports, etc., 20 Part 42 Procedures relating to claims, 20 $ $ 01.21-01.23 Self-insurers, authorization of employers as, under Act; applications, agree

ments, bonds or negotiable securities, reports, etc., 20 Part 43 Employers: Authorization as self-insurers under various workmen's compensation acts,

20 Parts 33, 43, 53 Certificates of compliance, issuance of, to, 20 Parts 34, 44, 54 Reimbursement of, for expenditures in connection with compensation of

employees of contractors with United States, 20 88 01.51, 01.52, 62.1–62.8 Employment outside United States: Employees of contractors with United States, outside United States or in

Alaska Hawaii, Puerto Rico, or Virgin Islands; compensation for

injury, disability, death, or enemy detention of: Administrative provisions, general, relating to claims, forms, reports,

records, etc., 20 Part 61 Procedures respecting benefit and reimbursement provisions, 20 $ $ 01.41,

01.42 Reimbursement of employers, insurance carriers, or compensation

funds; claims, medical treatment, etc., 20 Part 62 Persons employed on military, air, or naval bases, or on public works, in

Territories and possessions (including Philippine Islands, Guantanamo Naval Operating Base, and Canal Zone); extension of Long

shoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act to: Administrative regulations, general, relating to claims, compensation

district and suboffices, commutation of payments, etc., 20 Part 51 Certificates of compliance, issuance of, to employers, 20 Part 54 Insurance carriers, authorization of, to write insurance under Act;

applications, reports, etc., 20 Part 52 Procedures relating to claims, under Defense Bases Act, 20 $ $ 01.31

01.33 Self-insurers, authorization of employers as, under Act; authorization,

examination of accounts, reports, etc., 20 Part 53 Enlisted Reserve Corps, Army; administration of claims for compensation for

members of, in time of peace, 20 $ $ 02.1, 1.20 Federal employees, compensation for injuries or death while in performance of

duty. See United States Employees' Compensation Act. Government employees, compensation for injuries or death while in performance

of duty. See United States Employees' Compensation Act. Guantanamo Bay Naval Operating Base, Cuba; compensation for injury or death

of certain employees. See Employment outside United States. Hawaii; compensation for injury or death of certain employees in. See Em

ployment outside United States. Hospital service, for United States employees injured while in performance of

duty. See Medical treatment. Insurance carriers: Authorization to insure workmen's compensation benefits, under various

acts, 20 Parts 32, 42, 52 Reimbursement of, for expenditures in connection with compensation for

employees of contractors with United States, 20 $ $ 01.51, 01.52, 62.1-62.8

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