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Jewels and jewelry-Continued
Personal jewelry of nonresidents entering United States, free customs entry, 19

§ 10.18 (d) Johnston Island:

See also Territories and possessions of United States.
Customs relations with:

Entry of merchandise from, 19 $ 7.8

Export of merchandise to; drawback of customs duties, 19 & 22.27 Joint-stock land banks; obligations and mortgages issued by, not exempt from in

come tax, 26 $ 39.3799, 26 (1954) $ 1.76
Judge Advocate General officers; appointment of:

Air Force Officers' Reserve, 32 $ $ 861.161-861.167, 861.401-861.403
Army; appointment as commissioned officers in Regular Army, 32 $ 473.10

(b) (7) Judgments:

See also Claims.
Against United States, representing taxes, penalties, etc., claims for payment of;

administrative provisions respecting, 26 g 459.7 Judicial branch of Government:

See also Courts.
Former employees of; appointment to hearing examiner position, 5 $ 34.3 (d)
Organizational statement, publication of, in United States Government Organi-

zation Manual; 1 $$ 3.7, 3.11, 3.12, 3.18, 3.24 Jurisdictional disputes, respecting assignment of work to employees in particular

labor organization or to particular task, craft or class; regulations respect

ing, 29 $ $ 101.29-101.34, 102.74–102.78 Justice, military: Arrest and confinement of persons not subject to military law:

Air Force Department regulations, 32 Part 803

Army Department regulations, 32 $ 503.1
Boards of appeal, review, etc. See Boards of appeal, review, etc.
Claims under Article 138, Uniform Code of Military Justice, for damage to

property by military personnel:
Air Force Department regulations, 32 $$ 836.51-836.56

Army Department regulations, 32 $ 536.25
Military courts; fees for witnesses, etc., 32 Part 534
Naval courts; proceedings, 32 Part 719
United States Court of Military Appeals, rules of practice and procedure, 32

Part 1800
Justice Department:
See Alien Property, Office of.

Federal Prisons Industries.

Immigration and Naturalization Service.
Alaska:

District Courts of; fees of witnesses, 28 $ 21.3
Offenses against United States laws and Territorial laws in; petitions for

Executive clemency by persons committing, 28 $ $ 1.5, 1.6
Aliens:
Convicted of offenses against United States and subject to deportation;

parole of, 28 $ 2.4
Enemy aliens; departure or removal from United States, 28 Part 30

Foreign agents, registration of. See Foreign Agents Registration Act. Appeals from judgments of conviction for offenses against United States; peti

tions for Executive clemency not to be submitted pending, 28 $ 1.9 Armed forces of foreign governments or foreign political parties, members of,

subject to Foreign Agents Registration Act, 28 $ 5.51 Claims for loss of or damage to property deposited by alien enemies; filing of

claims, etc., 28 Part 31 Clemency. See Executive clemency. Communist, fascist, etc., organizations: Designation of organizations by Attorney General in connection with

Federal Employee Security Program, 28 Part 41

Justice Department - Continued
Communist, fascist, etc., organizations Continued
Registration of:

Communist organizations and members thereof, 28 Part 11
Organizations carrying on certain subversive activities within United

States, 28 Part 10
Contraband articles, traffic in, in Federal penal and correctional institutions.

See Penal and correctional institutions. Correctional institutions. See Penal and correctional institutions. Courts: Military or naval; petitions for clemency by persons convicted by, to be

sent to Secretary of Army or Secretary of Navy, 28 $ 1.4 Witness fees, 28 Part 21 Departure or deportation of alien enemies from United States. See Travel and

other conduct of aliens of enemy nationalities. Employees of foreign governments and foreign political parties, subject to

Foreign Agents Registration Act, 28 $ 5.51
Enemy aliens:

Claims for loss or damage to property deposited by, 28 Part 31
Departure or removal of, from United States. See Travel and other conduct

of aliens of enemy nationalities. Executive clemency, granting of; regulations respecting submission of petitions,

etc., 28 Part 1 Federal Bureau of Investigation; inspection of books and records of foreign

agents authorized, 28 $ 5.501
Federal officers and employees; witness fees, 28 Part 21
Foreign Agents Registration Act, administration of, 28 Part 5
Armed forces of foreign governments or political parties, members of,

28 $ 5.51
Books relating to activities. See Records and books relating to activities.
Definitions of terms, 28 $ $ 5.100, 5.101
Employees and officers of foreign governments and foreign political parties,

subject to Act, 28 $ 5.51
Exemptions of various officials and other persons under section 3 of Act,

(certain diplomatic and consular officers, agents of news or press

services and publications, etc.), 28 $ $ 5.300–5.305 General regulations, 28 $$ 5.1-5.7 Governments, foreign; members of armed forces and officers and employees

of, subject to Act, 28 $ 5.51 Officers and employees of foreign governments and foreign political parties,

subject to Act, 28 $ 5.51
Political parties, foreign; members of armed forces or officers and em-

ployees of, 28 $ 5.51
Political propaganda, filing and labeling of, 28 $ $ 5.400, 5.401
Propaganda, political, filing and labeling of, 28 $ $ 5.400, 5.401
Records and books relating to activities:

Inspection, 28 $ 5.501
Maintenance, 28 $ 5.500
Official records:

Public examination, 28 $ 5.600

Sale of copies of, 28 $ 5.601
Registration:
Amendments and supplements to registration statements, 28 $$ 5.250,

5.251
Exemptions. See Exemptions.
Prior registrations with Secretary of State (before June 28, 1942),

28 $ 5.4
Requirements; filing of statement, forms, time limits, language, oath,

etc., 28 $$ 5.200–5.208
Special classes of persons subject to Act:

Members of foreign government armed forces, 28 $ 5.51
Officers and employees of foreign governments and foreign political

parties, 28 $ 5.51
Persons outside United States, 28 $ 5.50
Persons with knowledge of espionage, sabotage, etc., tactics of foreign

government, 28 $ 5.52

Justice Department—Continued
Foreign governments; members of armed forces or officers and employees of,

subject to Foreign Agents Registration Act, 28 $ 5.51 Foreign political parties, officers and employees of, subject to Foreign Agents

Registration Act, 28 $ 5.51 Gambling devices; registration and reports of manufacturers and dealers, seizure

of devices, etc., 28 Part 3 Government officers and employees; witness fees, 28 Part 21 Governments, foreign; officers and employees of, subject to Foreign Agents

Registration Act, 28 $ 5.51 Military activities, civilian; registration with Justice Department of certain

organizations engaged in. See Registration. Military or naval courts; petitions for clemency by persons convicted by, to be

sent to Secretary of Army or Secretary of Navy, 28 $ 1.4 Officers of foreign governments and foreign political parties, subject to Foreign

Agents Registration Act, 28 $ 5.51 Pardon of persons committing offenses against United States; proclamation

respecting submission of petitions, etc., 28 Part 1 Parole of persons convicted of any offense against United States, granting of;

application for parole, hearings, etc., 28 Part 2 Penal and correctional institutions, Federal or State: Parole of persons convicted of offenses against United States; functions of

Parole Boards, gratuities to paroled persons, etc., 28 Part 2
Traffic in contraband articles in Federal institutions; consent of warden

or superintendent required to take anything into or send anything

from institution, 28 $ 6.1 Penitentiaries. See Penal and correctional institutions. Political activities of organizations seeking to control by force or to overthrow

the Government of United States; registration of organizations with Justice

Department. See Registration. Political parties, foreign; members of armed forces or officers and employees of,

subject to Foreign Agents Registration Act, 28 $ 5.51 Political propaganda disseminated by foreign agents; provisions respecting

labeling and filing with Foreign Agents Registration Section, 28 $ $ 5.400,

5.401 Prisons. See Penal and correctional institutions. Probation Service, United States, officers of; functions, etc., in connection with

paroled persons, 28 S$ 2.5, 2.26, 2.28, 2.31 Propaganda, political, disseminated by foreign agents; provisions respecting

la beling and filing with Foreign Agents Registration Section, 28 $$ 5.400,

5.401
Registration, of certain organizations or agents:

Communist organizations and members thereof, 28 Part 11
Foreign agents. See Foreign Agents Registration Act, administration of.
Organizations carrying on certain military, political or subversive activities

within United States, 28 Part 10 Removal of alien enemies from United States. See Travel and other conduct

of aliens of enemy nationalities. Security program; designation of certain organizations by Attorney General in

connection with, 28 Part 41
Subversive activities, organizations engaging in:

See also Communist, fascist, etc., organizations.
Designation of organizations by Attorney General, 28 Part 41

Registration with Justice Department. See Registration.
Surplus property; submission to Attorney General of statements of proposed

disposals of surplus real property costing $1,000,000 or more, 44 $ 101.62 Territories, offenses against United States laws or Territorial laws in; petitions

for clemency, 28 $$ 1.5, 1.6
Travel and other conduct of aliens of enemy nationalities, 28 Part 30

Involuntary removal from United States, 28 $ 30.5
Order of Attorney General directing departure or removal, 28 $ 30.2
Removal from United States of alien enemies, provision for, 28 $ 30.1
Service of removal order on alien enemy, 28 $ 30.3
Voluntary departure, thirty-day period for, 28 $ 30.4

Justice Department Continued
Witness fees, 28 Part 21

Administrative hearings, witnesses at, 28 $ 21.2
Alaska District Courts, 28 $ 21.3
Federal officers and employees summoned as witnesses in United States

courts, 28 $ 21.1 Jute webbing; British Token Import Plan, export to United Kingdom under,

15 | 361.13 Juvenile delinquents and youthful offenders; enlistment in and discharge from

armed forces: Army Department regulations, 32 $ 571.2 (f) (5) Defense Department regulations, 32 Part 50

K
Kale. See Vegetables.
Katmai National Monument, Alaska:

Aircraft, designated landing area, 36 $ 1.61 (a) (5)

Fishing, 36 $ 20.46 (a)
Kaw or Kansas Indians; regulations specially applicable to:

See also Indian Affairs Bureau.
Competency certificates, 25 $ 241.6

Determination of heirs of deceased Indians, as to certain tribal funds, 25 § 81.34 Kenai National Moose Range, Alaska; general regulations for camping, hunting, etc.,

50 $$ 36.41-36.54 Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park; vehicles:

Fees, 36 $ $ 13.1, 13.15

Speed, 36 $ 20.12 (a) Kerosene; export control, 15 § 399.1 (Group 5) Keys: Hotel or steamship room keys, mailing of; third-class matter, 39 $ $ 24.1, 24.2

(a) (3) Post office box keys, 39 $ 41.3 (f) “Kickback” Act. See Copeland (“Anti-Kickback") Act; and Labor Department. Kingman Reef, Pacific Islands:

See also Territories and possessions of United States.
Customs relations with:

Entry of merchandise from 19 § 7.8

Export of merchandise to; drawback of customs duties, 19 $ 22.27
Kings Canyon National Park:

Fishing, 36 $$ 1.4, 20.8 (e)
Motor vehicles:

Commercial automobiles and busses, 36 $$ 1.36, 20.8 (f)

Fees, 36 88 13.1, 13.15
Pack trains or saddle horse parties, 36 $ 1.17
Private lands within, 36 Part 12

Stock driveways, 36 $ 20.8 (a)
Kinkaid homesteads; entry of certain lands in northwestern Nebraska, 43 Part 169
Kitchen and bathroom accessories, colors for; standards samples, 15 $ 230.11 (s)
Kites, large (over 5 pounds), operation of; permits, 14 Part 48
Klamath Indian Tribes; regulations applicable to:

See also Indian Affairs Bureau.
Judgments and payments in lieu of allotment funds, 25 Part 223

Loans from tribal fund, 25 Part 28
Knitted wear industry:
Employment of learners and home workers at below minimum wages:
Home workers:

Gloves and mittens, 29 Part 621

Outerwear, 29 Part 617 Learners, 29 $$ 522.30-522.35 Trade practice conference rules, 16 Parts 72, 137 Knitting industry; minimum wage determinations for persons employed on public

contracts, 41 $ 202.5 Knitting (hand) yarn industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 177

Knives, mailing of, 39 $ 15.2 (e)
Knoop indenter tests; test fee schedules, 15 $ 206.405
Korea:

Immigration quotas for Asians, 22 $ $ 42.14-42.18
Licenses for exports to North Korea, 15 § 384.3
Naturalization of members of armed forces who served in Korean conflict after

June 24, 1950 and before July 1, 1955, 8 Parts 410, 411
Shipment of relief supplies to Korea; Army Department regulations, 32

$ $ 502.10–502.12 Students, teachers, etc., Korean; emergency aid for, 22 Part 67 Transactions involving North Korea and nationals thereof; foreign assets con

trol regulations. See Treasury Department. Veterans of military action in Korean conflict. See Veterans. Kraft paper industry. See Paper and paper products industries.

L
Labeling. See Marking or labeling.
Labor:

See also Employment.
Agriculture, workers in. See Agricultural labor.
Alien laborers, entering United States; immigration regulations, 8 Parts 212a.

214h, 214k Armed services procurement contracts, provisions respecting. See Air Force

Department; Army Department; and Defense Department. Child labor regulations. See Labor Department. Concessioners in national parks, monuments, etc.; labor standards for em

ployees, 36 Part 28
Construction, Federally financed and assisted:

Labor standards provisions of various acts applicable to, 29 Part 5
Pay-roll deductions; Anti-Kickback regulations to be part of contracts for

public building or work financed by loans or grants from United States

29 Part 3 Contracts, Government: Anti-Kickback regulations respecting pay-roll deductions to be part of

contracts for public building or work financed by loans or grants from

United States, 29 Part 3
Government construction contracts, provision in, for labor report, 41 $ 4.31
Railway Labor Act, labor contracts under; maintaining, changing, etc.,

provisions respecting, 29 Part 1204
Stipulation in public contracts respecting wages, hours, convict labor, etc.,

41 $ 201.1 Convict, forced, indentured, etc., labor, products of: Customs regulations respecting bonding, investigation, transportation, etc.,

19 $ $ 12.42-12.45 Procurement of prison-made products by armed services; procurement

regulations, 32 $$ 5.401-5.408, 12.201-12.203, 601.202, 1004.301, 1011.201 Stipulations in public contracts respecting use of convict labor, 41 $ 201.1 Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938; regulations under respecting wages and hours.

See Wage and Hour Division, Labor Department. Hours. See main heading Hours of work. Immigration regulations respecting admission of alien laborers. See Immigra

tion and Naturalization Service. Labor disputes: Army procurement regulations respecting: Removal of procurement items from facilities affected by work

stoppages, 32 $$ 601,1501, 601.1550–601.1553 Stevedoring services, procurement of, during labor disputes, 32

$$ 601.1650–601.1652
Between rail or air carriers and their employees:
Jurisdiction of various Divisions of National Railroad Adjustment

Board, 29 $ 301.4
Regulations of National Mediation Board. See National Mediation

Board.

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