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Farms and farmers; loans, lands, operations, etc.-Continued
Farm lands affected by disasters (floods, etc.) :
Farm land restoration programs; allocation of funds for restorative practices

in designated disaster areas, 7 Part 1107
Loans to farmers; emergency loan programs of Farmers Home Administra-

tion, 6 Parts 381, 384, 385, 388, 389 Farm marketing quotas. See Agriculture Department. Farm products; inspection, standards, loans, etc. See Agricultural commodities. Grains, farm storage of. See Grains. Housing; loans, etc., for:

Loans for construction or repair, 6 Parts 324, 373

Mortgage insurance for, 24 & 221.42 (e)
Loans, agricultural or farm:

By banks for cooperatives, 6 Parts 70, 71
By Farmers Home Administration:

For production of crops, etc., 6 Parts 341, 342, 381
For purchase or improvement of farms, 6 Parts 311, 316, 321-324
Soil and water conservation loans, 6 Parts 351, 352, 353, 354
Special emergency loans to farmers, fur farmers, livestock growers, etc..

6 Parts 381, 382, 384, 385, 388, 389
By Federal intermediate credit banks, 6 Part 42
By Federal land banks, 6 $$ 10.1–10.70
By production credit associations, 6 Part 50

Emergency feed loans, 6 Parts 388, 475, 476
Meat inspection regulations; farmers exempted from, 9 Part 4
Minors employed in agriculture; records to be kept by employers, 29 $ 516.24
National farm loan associations. See Farm Credit Administration.
Price support operations for various agricultural commodities. See Agriculture

Department.
Production credit associations. See Farm Credit Administration.
Reclamation projects, farm units in; exchange or amendment of, 43 Part 406
Veterans:
Farm ownership, etc., loans to, 6 $$ 301.21, 301.22, 311.3, 316.5, 316.6, 321.3–

321.6
Farm training facilities for, 38 $ $ 21.413, 21.613–21.619
Guarantee of loans on farms, 38 $$ 36.4100–36.4151

Production credit loans to, 6 $ 50.22
Fascist organizations. See Security programs.
Fats and oils:

See also Oils.
Butterfat. See Butterfat.
Lard; limits on position and daily trading for future delivery, on commodity

exchanges, 17 $ 150.8 Trading in fats and oil on commodity exchanges; regulations respecting reports,

etc., 17 Parts 9, 10

Limits on position and trading for future delivery, 17 $$ 150.6, 150.7, 150.8 Feather and down products industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 200 Feathers; importation of wild bird feathers, 50 Part 10 Federal agencies. See Government agencies. Federal aid:

For development, rehabilitation, etc., of public airports, 14 Parts 550, 555, 560

To States, for various purposes. See States, State agencies, etc. Federal Bureau of Investigation; inspection by, of books and records of foreign

agents, provisions respecting, 28 $ 5.501 Federal civil airports. See Airports. Federal Civil Defense Administration: Administrator; membership on Defense Mobilization Board, 32 Chapter 1,

DMO 1-16
Civil Defense Corps, United States. See United States Civil Defense Corps.
Contracts and purchases:

See also Procurement of equipment, facilities, etc.
Contractual standards to be followed by Administrator under Executive

Order 10243, 32 Part 1706
Solicitation of contracts, warranty in contracts respecting, 32 & 1706.4 (d)

Federal Civil Defense Administration Continued

Definitions of terms used in regulations, 32 Part 1700
Federal contributions to States for civil defense purposes:
Equipment (other than personal equipment) for State and local organiza-

tions, contributions for, 32 Part 1701
Financial assistance from Reconstruction Finance Corporation for various

projects (procurement of real property, or of supplies and equipment, construction or lease of facilities, buildings, shelters, etc.); procedure

for certifying projects to RFC, 32 Part 1704 Stopping or withholding funds under section 201 (i) of Federal Civil Defense

Act, procedure for, 32 Part 1703 Financial assistance to States for civil defense projects, equipment, etc. See

Federal contributions to States. Insigne, official, of Civil Defense Corps; manufacture, sale, use, etc., 32 Part

1708 Loyalty oath required of civil defense personnel (other than Federal employees)

in State or local civil defense organizations as prerequisite for receiving

financial assistance for equipment, 32 § 1701.4 (1) Procurement of equipment, facilities, etc., involving Federal funds, by States,

32 $$ 1701.10, 1701.11, 1704.2, 1706.4 Seal, official, of Federal Civil Defense Administration; description, manufac

ture, use, etc., 32 Part 1709
Security. See Loyalty oath.
State organizations:
Federal contributions to, for civil defense projects, equipment, etc. See

Federal contributions to States for civil defense purposes.
Loyalty oath for personnel (other than Federal employees) prerequisite for

receiving financial assistance for equipment, 32 $ 1701.4 (1) Survival plan projects, FCDA; participation by States in projects for study of

measures for evacuation of population, etc., 32 Part 1705 United States Civil Defense Corps: Establishment, organization and command, registration, training, status,

etc., 32 Part 1707
Official insigne; manufacture, sale, use, etc., 32 Part 1708

Federal Coal Mine Safety Board of Review:
Rules of procedure; evidence, testimony, subpoenas, depositions, appeals, etc.,

30 Part 401

Federal Communications Commission:
Accounts of telephone and telegraph carriers. See Telephone and telegraph

common carriers.
Aeronautical radio stations. See Aviation services.
Agriculture; radio services:
Agricultural activities; farm operation, food processing, etc., 47 § 11.503,

11.508 Radiocommunication service carried on between point-to-point telegraph

stations for transmission of agricultural market information, 47 $$ 6.3,

6.21-6.48 Air raid; CONELRAD plan of radio broadcast station operation in case of, 47

$$ 3.901–3.971, 9.1201-9.1205, 10. 166, 12.190–12.196 Aircraft:

Aeronautical radio stations. See Aviation services.
Aircraft radio stations. See Aviation services.
Amateur mobile stations aboard aircraft. See Amateur radio service.

Distress calls or messages. See Distress calls.
Alaska:

Aeronautical enroute stations in; frequencies, 47 $ $ 9.434, 9.439
Alaskan carriers; tariffs, 47 $ 61.138
Maritime services. See Public fixed stations and stations of maritime

services.

Federal Communications Commission Continued
Alaska-Continued
Public fixed stations and stations of maritime services in Alaska, 47 Part 14

Applications for licenses, authorizations, etc., 47 $$ 14.21–14.25
Basis and purpose, 47 $ 14.1
Definitions, 47 $8 14.2–14.4
Distress and other signals; priority, frequencies, 47 $$ 14.101, 14.254
Fixed service frequencies, assignment and use of; cooperative use of

frequency assignments, protection of government services, com-
munication with ACS, use of government frequencies, interim and

temporary use of frequencies, etc., 47 $ $ 14.201–14.209 Frequencies, assignment and use of. See Fixed service frequencies;

and Maritime fixed frequencies. Maritime service frequencies, assignment and use of; cooperative use of

frequency assignments, protection of government services,
telegraphy and telephony frequencies, business and operational

purposes, temporary use, etc., 47 $ $ 14.251-14.267
Distress signals, frequencies to be used for, 47 $ 14.254
Marine utility stations, use of, 47 $ 14.262
Safety frequencies for ship and coast stations in all zones using

telephony, 47 $ 14.257
Operating requirements. See Station and operating requirements.
Public correspondence; service, transmission, etc., 47 $ $ 14.1, 14.102
Safety frequencies for ship and coast stations, assignment and use of,

47 $ 14.257
Station authorization; license period, dispatch points, discontinuance

of operation of land station, etc., 47 $$ 14.61–14.65 Station and operating requirements; hours of service, documents re

quired, records, transmission of public correspondence, sus

pension of coast station watch, etc., 47 $ $ 14.101–14.115
Coast station facilities for 2182 kc, 47 $ 14.04

Distress and other signals, priority, 47 $ 14.101
Technical requirements, standard; frequency tolerance, emission, trans-

mitter power, etc., 47 $ $ 14.151–14.155

Zones, definitions, 47 $ 14.3 (b)
Amateur radio operator license, application for, 47 $ 1.375
Amateur radio service, 47 Part 12
Canada, Convention with, relating to radio operation by amateurs in United

States and Canada, 47 Part 12, Appendix 4
Civil emergency amateur radio service, 47 $ $ 12.200–12.257

Definitions, 47 § 12.201
Operating requirements; radio log, station identification, call signs,

operator requirements, etc., 47 $$ 12.241–12.246
Organization of networks; approval of plans, certification, etc., of Civil

Defense Radio Officer, 47 $ $ 12.211–12.215
Station authorizations; application, eligibility, term of authorization,

etc., 47 $ $ 12.221–12.228
Technical requirements; frequencies, emissions, transmitter power,

equipment requirements, etc., 47 $$ 12.231–12.235
Use of stations; hours, permissible communications, codes and ciphers,

etc., 47 $ $ 12.251-12.257
CONELRAD; scope and objective, alert, operation, etc., 47 $ $ 12.190–12.196
Definitions, 47 $$ 12.1-12.10
Examinations; code test procedure, 47 § 12.50
International communications; extracts from International Telecommuni-

cations Convention, 47 Part 12, Appendix 2
Operators, amateur, 47 $$ 12.20-12.50
Examinations; when required, elements, examination credit, procedure,

grading, reexamination, etc., 47 $ $ 12.41–12.50 Places of examination, 47 Part 12, Appendix 1 Licenses and privileges; classes of licenses, eligibility for license, appli

cation, classification of privileges, scope of authority, license term, renewal, etc., 47 $ $ 12.20–12.31

Federal Communications Commission-Continued
Amateur radio service, 47 Part 12—Continued
Stations, amateur radio, 47 $$ 12.60–12.162

Aircraft, mobile stations aboard; special provisions, 47 $ 12.94
Antenna structures, limitations on, license requirements, 47 $ 12.60
Call signs, assignment and transmission of, 47 $ $ 12.81, 12.82
Codes and ciphers prohibited, 47 $ 12.105
Emergencies, operation in, 47 $ 12.156
Emissions:

See also Frequencies and types of emissions.

Classification of, 47 Part 12, Appendix 3
Equipment and operation; maximum authorized power, power supply

to transmitter, modulation of carrier wave, frequency measure

ment, etc., 47 $ $ 12.131-12.137
Frequencies and types of emissions, 47 $ $ 12.111-12.114, and Appendix 3
Licenses; eligibility for, application, license period, renewal, modifica-

tion or revocation of license, etc., 47 $$12.60–12.70
Logs; entries, and retention of, 47 $ $ 12.136, 12.137
Portable and mobile stations, operation of, 47 $$ 12.91–12.94
Remuneration for communications prohibited, 47 $ 12.102
Ships, mobile stations, aboard; special provisions, 47 $ 12.94
Special conditions to be observed by licensee; interference to other

services, notices of violations, operation in emergencies, etc., 47

$ $ 12.151-12.162 Teleprinter transmissions, radio; special provisions, 47 $ 12.107 Use of amateur stations; prohibited broadcasting, and purposes for

which amateur stations may be used, 47 $ $ 12.101–12.106

Violations of regulations, notices of, 47 $$ 12.153–12.155 American Republics, fellowships in communications for students from. See Fel

lowships.
Antenna towers and structures:

Amateur stations; limitations on antenna structures, 47 $ 12.60
Broadcast stations; regulations governing antenna systems, marking, etc.:

Aviation services, 47 $ 9.177
Educational stations, 47 $ 3.570
FM stations, 47 $$ 3.239, 3.257, 3.270, 3.273, 3.316
International broadcast stations, 47 $ 3.768
Standard stations, 47 $ $ 3.33, 3.65, 3.189

Television stations, 47 $$ 3.614, 3.635, 3.639, 3.662, 3.685
Construction, marking, and lighting of, 47 Part 17
Applications for radio towers limitation, criteria for determining if

special aeronautical study is required, 47 $8 17.11-17.17
General information; purpose, definitions, form to be used, Commis-

sion consideration of proposed antenna structure with respect to

navigation hazards, 47 $ $ 17.1–17.4 Obstruction marking and lighting of antenna structures, specifications

for, 47 $ $ 17.21-17.45 Applications for radio licenses, permits, etc. See Practice and procedure. Attorneys practicing before Commission, 47 $$ 1.711-1.716 Automobile emergency radio service, 47 $$ 16.501-16.504 Auxiliary broadcast stations, television. See Experimental and auxiliary broad

cast services. Aviation services, 47 Part 9 Applications and licenses; applications, amendments, partial grants, license

period, renewal, posting of, etc., 47 $ $ 9.101–9.121
Citizenship restrictions, 47 § 9.2
Civil Air Patrol stations; license eligibility, frequencies, operator require-

ments, 47 $$ 9.911-9.914
CONELRAD; definitions, operation, etc., 47 $$ 9.1201-9.1205
Definition of terms, 47 $ 9.3
Foreign aircraft operating within United States; licensing and operation

of radio transmitting apparatus, 47 $ 9.313
Frequencies for various stations. See Various stations.
Logs; information required in, retention period, form, correction, etc.,

47 $8 9.151-9.156

Federal Communications Commission-Continued
Aviation services, 47 Part 9—Continued
Operation:

See also Various stations.
Communications permissible, 47 $ 9.193
Discontinuance of operation, 47 $ 9.120
Identification of station, 47 $ 9.191
Inspections:
Stations:

Availability for inspection, 47 $ 9.192

Movement from one inspection district to another, 47 $ 9.195
Tower lights and associated control equipment, 47 $ 9.177
Licenses and authorizations for operation. See Applications and

licenses.
Suspension of operation, 47 $ 9.121

Violations, answers to notices of, 47 $ 9.194
Technical specifications; installation and operation of transmitting equip-

ment, frequency stability and measurements, power, types of emission,

modulation, etc., 47 $$ 9.171-9.177
Tests; equipment, service and maintenance tests, 47 $ $ 9.141, 9.142
Various stations; frequencies, operation, service rendered, etc.:
Advisory aeronanutical stations; license eligibility, frequencies, power

output, operator requirements, etc., 47 $$ 9.1001-9.1005
Aircraft radio stations:

Communications, 47 $ 9.311
Foreign aircraft stations operating within United States, 47 $ 9.313
Frequencies available, 47 § 9.312

Air carrier aircraft stations, 47 $ 9.321
Lighter-than-air craft, 47 $ 9.315

Private aircraft stations, 47 $ 9.331
Civil Air Patrol stations; license eligibility, frequencies, operator re-

quirements, etc., 47 $$ 9.911-9.914
Enroute aeronautical stations, 47 $ $ 9.431-9.440
Frequencies available, 47 $ $ 9.432-9.440

Alaska, 47 $$ 9.434, 9.439
Caribbean area, 47 $ 9.438
Continental United States, 47 $$ 9.433, 9.439
Hawaii, 47 $ 9.435
International high frequency service, 47 $ 9.437
International very high frequency service, 47 $ 9.440
United States-Alaska, via Canada, 47 $ 9.439

West Indies, 47 $ 9.436
Scope of service, 47 $ 9.431
Fixed stations; emergency service, frequencies, service authorized,

47 $$ 9.441-9.443, 9.446, 9.447
Flight test stations; frequencies, cooperative use of facilities, service to

be rendered, power, supervision of operator, etc., 47 $$ 9.611-9.615 Ground radio stations; frequencies, service, etc.:

Airdrome control stations, 47 $ $ 9.411-9.416
Fixed stations, 47 $ $ 9.441–9.443, 9.446, 9.447
Land stations ,aeronautical, 47 $ $ 9.431-9.440

Mobile utility stations, aeronautical, 47 $ $ 9.451-9.454
Metropolitan aeronautical stations; license eligibility, frequencies, ap-

plications, etc., 47 $$ 9.1101-9.1105
Operational fixed stations; frequencies, service authorized, 47 $$ 9.446,

9.447 Public service, aeronautical, stations; frequencies, scope of service,

priority of communications, etc., 47 $$ 9.811-9.815 Radionavigation stations; frequencies, scope of service, 47 $$ 9.511

9.513 Unattended operation of domestic radiobeacon stations, etc.,

47 $ 9.513 School, flying, stations; frequencies, use of instructional facilities,

supervision by airdrome control operator, power, etc., 47 $$ 9.7119.719

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