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Petroleum and products (gas, gasoline, oil, etc.)-Continued
Radio services in connection with production or transmission of petroleum and

products, 47 $$ 11.251-11.254, 11.301-11.304, 11.508, 11.511
Reservoir areas, gasoline and oil storage in, 36 § 311.12
Test fee schedules (Diesel fuel, aviation fuel, etc.), 15 $ 203.501
Transmittance standards for petroleum products; test fee schedules, 15

$ 202.114
Transportation or storage:

By rail or motor carriers. See Interstate Commerce Commission.

On board vessels. See Coast Guard.
Viscometers; test fee schedules, 15 § 203.401

Viscosity of hydrocarbon oils; standard samples, 15 $ 230.11 (q)
Peyote bean; prohibitions respecting possession and use by Indians, 25 § 161.87NH
Pharmaceutical machinery and parts; export control, 15 § 399.1 (Group 7)
Pharmaceutical preparations. See Drugs; and Medicines, etc.
Philately; postal regulations, 39 Part 35
Philippine Islands:
Compensation for injury or death of certain employees in, on lands used by

United States for military or naval purposes, 20 $ 1.1 (b) (2)
Customs duties; exemptions from, 19 $ 16.26
Hospital construction and hospitalization of veterans for service-connected dis-

abilities, grants-in-aid to Republic of Philippines for, 38 $ $ 1.600–1.627
Passport, application for, by citizen of Commonwealth, 22 $ 51.73
Philippine Scouts; veterans' claims by members of, 38 $ 3.1 (c)
Property or interest of aliens in; orders vesting, 8 & 504.2
Quotas on Philippine articles; investigations by Tariff Commission, 19 Part 205
Sugar; quotas, 7 $ $ 811.82, 811.85, 811.86
Training programs, grants, etc., for Filipino trainees:
Coast and Geodetic Survey training program, under Philippine Rehabilita-

tion Act of 1946; payments to participants in, 33 Part 302
Public health methods, training grants for Filipino trainees, 42 Part 62
Vessels, charter of, under Philippine Rehabilitation Act of 1946, 46 Part 311
Phonograph records. See Recordings, sound.
Phosphate:

Mining of phosphate; operating and safety regulations, 30 Part 231
Public lands containing phosphate deposits, leasing of. See Land Management

Bureau.
Standard samples of phosphate rock and ores, 15 & 230.11 (e)
Photocells; test fee schedules, 15 § 204.201
Photoengraving industry (Southeastern States); trade practice conference rules,

16 Part 218
Photographers and correspondents accompanying armed forces; regulations for,

32 Part 147
Photographic equipment and supplies:

British Token Import Plan, export to United Kingdom under, 15 § 361.13
Excise tax on photographic apparatus, cameras, film, paper, etc.; excise tax

regulations, 26 $$ 316.120–316.122
Export control; motion picture, roll, X-ray, etc., film, 15 § 399.1 (Group 9)
Photographic objectives; test fee schedules, 15 § 202.202
Photographic supplies industry; minimum wage determinations for persons

employed on public contracts, 41 | 202.30
Test fee schedules for photographic materials (chemicals, film, paper), 15

$ 202.301
Photographs:
Aliens:
Immigration regulations respecting:

Arrested aliens, 8 § 242.14 (c)

Excluded aliens, 8 236.17
Naturalization or citizenship papers; requirements, etc., 8 Part 333

Welfare photographic studios, 8 Part 332c
Copyrighting of; regulations respecting, 37 & 202.11
Military or naval subjects; Navy Department regulations, 32 $$ 765.18, 765.19
Portrait photographic industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 215
Public buildings and grounds prohibitions against taking of photographs in,

44 $ 100.9
Photometry and colorimetry; test fee schedules, 15. 88 202.101-202.114

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Physical examinations. See Medical care, examinations, etc.
Physically handicapped persons. See Disabled or handicapped persons.
Physicians and surgeons:

See also Medical and dental officers and specialists.
Canal Zone; licenses, certification, etc., 35 88 24.1–24.35

Surgeons under contract with Army; duties, pay, etc., 32 Part 572
Pickles, cucumber; inspection, certification, and standards, 7 $ $ 52.1–52.87, 52.1681-

52.1696
Picnicking, in national parks, forests, etc.:

National parks, monuments, etc., 36 $$ 1.5, 2.4, 3.14, 6.6
Recreation areas within national forests, 36 § 251.22

Reservoir areas, 33 $ 311.8
Piers:
In navigable waterways; approval by Chief of Engineers and Secretary of Army,

33 g 209.130
Pierheads on northern and northwestern lakes, marking of, 33 $ 62.01-30
Pigeons, racing; customs entry, 19 $ 8.15 (c) (28)
Pilots, aircraft or vessels:
Aircraft pilots; certification, etc. See Civil Aeronautics Administration; and

Civil Aeronautics Board.
Vessel pilots:

See also Seamen.
Canal Zone waters, vessels in, 35 $$ 4.22-4.27, 4.157
Inland waters, pilot rules for. See Coast Guard.
Pilots of steam vessels to be governed by rules of Commandant, United

States Coast Guard, only, 46 157.35-1
Pimentos. See Vegetables.
Pine gum, crude; parity prices, 7 Part 5
Pine Ridge Aerial Gunnery Range, South Dakota; grazing permits, fees, etc., 25

Part 73
Pineapple. See Fruits and berries.
Pinnacles National Monument; fees for permits for automobiles, motorcycles, and

trailers, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.15
Pins, common, or toilet-pin industry; trade practice conference rules for, 16 Part 52
Pipe and cigar and cigarette holder industry; trade practice conference rules, 16

Part 225
Pipe lighters; excise tax on sales by manufacturers, 26 $$ 316.196_316.199
Pipe lines and pipe line carriers:
Carriers:

Accounts, reports, rates, etc. See Interstate Commerce Commission.
Exemption from wages and hours provisions of Fair Labor Standards Act,

29 8 786.150
Defense mobilization program; responsibilities of Interior Department respect-

ing petroleum and gas pipelines, 32A Chapter I, DMO I-13
Excise tax on transportation of oil by pipe line, 26 $ $ 130.20–130.26
Lights on, 33 8 201.7
Radio service for water, gas, or oil pipelines, 47 $$ 11.251-11.254, 11.301-11.304,

11.508
Representation of pipe lines on Government charts, 33 8 209.430
Rights-of-way for:

Outer Continental Shelf, 43 Part 202
Over Indian lands, 25 $ $ 256.26–256.38
Over public lands:

Oil and gas, 43 $ $ 244.60–244.66

Water, 43 $ $ 244.39–244.51
Surplus plants, pipe lines, etc., costing $1,000,000 or more; disposal of, 44

$ $ 101.62, 308.13
Pipestone National Monument:

Quarrying or working red pipestone by Indians, 36 $ 20.42 (a)-(e)

Speed of vehicles, 36 $ 20.42 (f)
Piping systems for merchant marine vessels, engineering requirements for. See

Coast Guard.
Pipings and trimmings, tubular, manufacturing industry; trade practice conference

rules, 16 Part 120
Pistols and revolvers. See Arms, ammunition, implements of war, etc.

Piston ring industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 166
Pitot tubes; test fee schedules, 15 $ 206.502
Placement services; cooperation of United States Employment Service and States

respecting, 20 Parts 602, 604
Placer claims; general mining regulations, 43 $$ 185.24–185.32, 185.69–185.72
Plague; quarantine measures:
Canal Zone; quarantine requirements for vessels or aircraft, 35 $ $ 24.44, 24.79,

24.80
Public health quarantine regulations, 42 $$ 71.2 71.3, 71.15, 71.84, 71.85, 72.12
Plants, industrial, under United States Government control and declared excess

property:
Plants subject to National Industrial Reserve Act of 1948; designation, mainte-

nance, transfer, etc., 32 Part 145
Surplus plants or other installations costing $1,000,000 or more; disposal of, 44

$ $ 101.62, 308.13
Plants and plant products:

See also Agricultural commodities.
Customs regulations; documents required on entry, release under bond, deten-

tion, disposition, etc., 19 $$ 9.12 (b), 12.10-12.15
Indians:
Indian traders prohibited from introducing, selling, etc., infectious plants,

regulations respecting, 25 $ 276.26
Peyote bean; prohibitions respecting possession and use, 25 § 161.87 NH
Mailing of:

Domestic mail, 39 $ $ 15.4 (a), 24.1, 25.3, 25.5, 53.3 (e)
Exports:

Quarantine restrictions, 39 $ 113.2 (f)

Tobacco seed and plants, 39 § 175.2
Imports, 39 Part 162
Narcotics, plants producing. See Narcotics.
Plant quarantine; regulation of importation or interstate movement of plants

and plant products, to prevent spread of insect pests and plant diseases.

See Agriculture Department.
Plastics; export control, 15 § 399.1 (Groups 8, 9)
Platt National Park; use of park waters, 36 $ 20.17 (a)
Playgrounds. See Recreation areas.
Playing cards:
Customs regulations:

Importations by mail, 19 $ 9.8

Packing and stamping, 19 $ 11.4
Excise tax on, 26 Parts 305, 450, 451

Foreign-trade zones, removals to; excise tax regulations, 26 $$ 199.425-199.436
Pleuropneumonia in animals, prevention of, 9 Part 53
Plumbing and heating industries; trade practice conference rules for, 16 Parts 84,

160, 227
Plums. See Fruits and berries.
Poisons:

Caustic poisons; regulations under Federal Caustic Poison Act, 21 Part 285
Economic poisons (insecticides, fungicides, etc.):

Customs entry of, 19 $ $ 12.1–12.6
Pesticide chemicals:

Certification of usefulness of, 7 Part 363
Tolerances for residues of certain chemicals on raw agricultural com-

modities (fruits, vegetables, nuts, grains, eggs, milk, meats,

etc.), 21 Part 120

Effective dates, 21 $$ 3.40–3.42, 3.44
Radio services in connection with use of, for spraying, dusting, etc., 47

8 $ 11.508, 11.511
Regulations for enforcement of Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenti-

cide Act; labeling, imports; interpretations respecting ingredients, use,

containers, etc., 7 Part 362
Mailing of poisonous materials, articles, animals, etc., 39 $$ 14.2, 15.2 (b) (4),

15.4 (f), 132.1 (c)
Poison gases, caustic or corrosive liquids, etc. See main heading Explosives and

other dangerous articles.
Transportation of, by vessels, 46 $$ 146.25–1–146.25-400

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Poisons Continued
Use of poisons prohibited in killing of certain game and fur animals in Alaska,

50 $ $ 46.126, 46.150, 162.1
Police radio service, 47 $ $ 10.251-10.255

International police service, 47 $ 10.68
Policy-determining and confidential positions, listed, excepted from competitive

service. See Civil Service Commission.
Polishing wheel and buff manufacturing industry; trade practice conference rules,

16 Part 109
Political activities, etc.:
Candidates for public office, radio and television broadcasts by, 47 $$ 3.120, 3.290,

3.590, 3.657
Federal employees:
Discrimination in civil service personnel action because of political opinions

or affiliations; prohibitions, 5 $ $ 04.2, 9.101 (b) (2)
Political activity; prohibitions, 5 $ $ 04.1, 4.101
Foreign political parties, registration of members of armed forces of, or officers

and members of; regulations under Foreign Agents Registration Act, 28

Part 5
Organizations to control or overthrow Government of United States; registra-

tion of organizations with Justice Department, 28 Part 10
Propaganda disseminated by foreign agents; regulations under Foreign Agents

Registration Act, 28 $$ 5.400, 5.401
State employees; rules of practice, 5 Part 23
Pollution of coastal and navigable waters; reporting of, by customs officer, 19 $ 23.32
Pomegranates; parity prices, 7 Part 5
Pool and billiard tables; excise tax regulations, 26 $$ 323.30–323.32, 323.40–323.55
Popcorn; parity prices, 7 Part 5
Poppies, opium, and products. See Narcotics.
Pork. See Meats and meat products.
Portal-to-Portal Act of 1947, effect on Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938; statement

respecting, 29 Part 790
Portfolio securities, valuation of, etc.; regulations under Investment Company Act

of 1940, 17 $ $ 270.2a-1, 270.2a-2, 270.10f-2
Ports of entry, etc.:
Aliens, ports of entry for:

Border ports of entry; foreign quarantine regulations, 42 $$ 71.136–71.140
Canal Zone, 35 $ 30.2
Immigration regulations, 8 $ $ 231.6–231.8

Medical care and examination at ports, 42 Part 34
Customs ports of entry; list of, 19 $ 1.1

Airports of entry, 19 $$ 6.12, 6.13

Canal Zone, Balboa and Cristobal, 35 $ 9.2
Safeguarding of ports. See Coast Guard; and Panama Canal.
Possessions of United States. See Territories and possessions of United States.
Post cards; rates, etc., 39 $ $ 21.1, 21.2, 31.2 (b)

International mail, 39 Part 102
Post commander, Army; duties of, 32 88 552.18, 552.19, 552.21
Post Office Department:
Appointments under Civil Service rules and regulations. See main heading

Civil Service Commission.
Domestic post office services:
Absentee balloting materials, free mailing of, by members of armed forces

or by certain civilians outside United States, 39 § 27.6
Addresses, 39 Part 13
Advertising matter, mailing of:

Bulk mailings, 39 $ 16.1 (e)
Fourth-class matter, 39 Part 25
Second-class matter, 39 Part 22

Third-class matter, 39 Part 24
Agricultural commodities, mailing of, 39 $ $ 15.3 (b), 25.3, 25.5
Airmail:

Classification, rates, etc., 39 Part 26
Matter acceptable, 39 g 15.7

Post Office Department-Continued
Domestic post office services Continued
Airmail-Continued

Philately, 39 Part 35

Transportation by air carriers, 39 Part 96
Apartment house regulations, 39 Part 97
Armed forces of United States, members of; mail sent by:

Absentee ballots, 39 $ 27.6
C. o. d. mail, 39 $ 21.5

Free mail by, 39 $ 27.7
Bird (migratory) hunting stamps, sale of, 39 § 62.2
Blind persons, mail for:

Description, rates, etc., 39 Part 28
Fourth-class matter, 39 $$ 25.3, 25.5

Third-class matter, 39 $ 24.2 (a) (2)
Bonds and stamps, United States savings; sale of, in post offices, 39 Part 62
Books, mailing of:

Bulk mailings, 39 $ 16.2
Fourth-class matter, 39 Part 25

Third-class matter, 39 Part 24
Boxes, post office; rent, etc., 39 41.3
Bulk mailings, 39 Part 16

Certificates of mailing, 39 $ 55.3 (d)
C. o. d. mail service, 39 Part 53
Canal Zone; customs declaration tag for, 39 $ 15.6 (d)
Cancellations, special, 39 Part 36
Cards. See Post cards.
Catalogs, mailing of:

Fourth-class matter 39 Part 25

Third-class matter, 39 Part 24
Census Office, mail to, relating to census; free matter, 39 $ 27.4 (a)
Certificates of mailing, 39 Part 55
Certified mail, 39 Part 58
Circulars, mailing of; third-class matter, 39 Part 24
Classification and rates of mail:

Airmail, 39 Part 26
Blind persons, mail for; rates, description, etc., 39 Part 28
Classes of mail matter:
First class (letters), 39 Part 21
Armed forces, United States; c. o. d. mail sent by members of,

39 $ 21.5
Ship letters, 39 $ 21.6
Fourth class (parcel post), 39 Part 25
Mixed classes, 39 Part 29
Second class (newspapers, periodicals), 39 Part 22

Bulk mailings, 39 $ 16.1
Third class (books, circulars, merchandise, letters for blind, keys,

etc.), 39 Part 24

Bulk mailings, 39 $ 16.2
Controlled circulations publications, 39 Part 23

Bulk mailings, 39 $ 16.1 (g)
Franked, penalty, and free mail, 39 Part 27
Collection and delivery:
Delivery:

C. o. d. mail, and special delivery. See Special mail services, below.
City delivery, 39 Part 45
Conditions of delivery, 39 Part 44

Rural service, 39 Part 46
Forwarding mail, 39 Part 47
Mail deposit and collection, 39 Part 43
Rural service, 39 Part 46
Service in post offices, 39 Part 41
Star route service, 39 Part 49
Undeliverable mail, 39 Part 48

Special delivery, 39 $ 56.5
Who may carry letters, 39 Part 42

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