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Post Office Department-Continued
International mail-Continued
Exports by mail or parcel post, declarations for; foreign trade statistics,

15 $ 30.33 c
Gold; exportations, 39 Part 174
How to wrap and mail. See Wrapping and mailing.
Importations:

Customs treatment, 39 Part 161
Incoming parcel post, 39 Part 115

Plants and plant products, 39 Part 162
Indemnities:

Claims, initiation and proof, 39 Part 151

Indemnity payments, 39 Part 152
Insurance of mail, fees, etc., for various countries, 39 Part 122
Invoices, consular and commercial, for parcel post packages, 39 Part 176
Letters and letter packages, 39 Part 101
List of countries to which mail may be sent, 39 $ 100.2
Merchandise. See Packages; and Parcel post.
Money-orders, international; list of countries where service is available on

direct or indirect exchange basis, 39 § 61.2
Packages:

See also Packing requirements; and Parcel post.
Combination packages, 39 Part 108
Eight-ounce packages, 39 Part 107
Letter packages, 39 Part 101
Samples of merchandise, 39 Part 105

Small packets, 39 Part 106
Packing requirements for certain articles (china, glass, radios, canes, rods,

eggs, powders, liquids, oils, fatty substances, dyes, live organisms, de-

teriorating substances, etc.), 39 $ $ 105.7, 112.1 (b)
Parcel post:

Consular and commercial invoices, 39 Part 176
Documentation, 39 Part 114
Exports by. See Exportations.
Imports by. See Importations.
Incoming, 39 Part 115
Preparation, addressing, and mailing, 39 Part 112
Prohibitions and restrictions, 39 Parts 113, 132
Rates and shipping requirements, for various countries, 39 Part 110

Services available, 39 Part 111
Post cards, 39 Part 102
Postal Union mail:

Airmail, 39 Part 109
Combination packages; articles grouped together, 39 Part 108
Commercial papers, 39 Part 103
Eight-ounce merchandise packages, 39 Part 107
Letters and letter packages, 39 Part 101
Post cards, 39 Part 102
Postal Union articles, 39 Part 100

List of countries, 39 $ 100.2

Services available and airmail rates; table, 39 $ 100.2
Printed matter, 39 Part 104

Blind, raised print for, 39 $ 104.7

Books, 39 $ 104.8
Samples of merchandise, 39 Part 105

Small packets, 39 Part 106
Printed matter, 39 Part 104
Prohibited or restricted articles (poisons, narcotics, firearms, explosives,

inflammable, etc., materials, harmful articles, matches, certain animals
and insects, perishable fruits and vegetables, odorous substances, money,
jewels, valuables, and articles excluded from domestic mail), 39 Parts

113, 132
Recall of mail by sender, 39 $$ 111.7, 126.1–126.3
Registered mail; fees, etc., for various countries, 39 Part 121
Special delivery service (exprès), 39 Part 124

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Post Office Department - Continued
International mail-Continued

Special handling, for parcel post, 39 Part 125
Special services:
C. o. d. mail; service not available at present time, 39 § 123.1

Insured mail; fees, etc., for various countries, 39 Part 122
Recall and change of address, 39 Part 126
Registered mail; fees, etc., for various countries, 39 Part 121
Special delivery (exprès) mail, 39 Part 124

Special handling, for parced post, 39 Part 125
Technical data; exportations, 39 Parts 172, 173
Tobacco seed and plants; exportations, 39 $ 175.2
Undelivered mail:

Inquiries and complaints, 39 Part 141

Undeliverable articles, 39 Part 142
Window envelopes, acceptability in mails, 39 $ 132.2 (e)
Wrapping and mailing, instructions:

Documentation, 39 Part 133
Preparation, addressing, and postage, 39 Part 131

Parcel post, 39 Part 112

Prohibited and restricted articles, 39 Part 132
Procedures:
Before Solicitor, 39 Part 202

Attorneys, admission and disbarment, 39 $$ 202.1-202.41
Claims for personal injury or property damage, adjudication of, 39

$ $ 202.50–202.57
Of Post Office Department; hearings, etc., 39 Part 201
Postage stamps, United States:
Illustrations permitted for philatelic purposes in articles, books, journals, news-

papers, and albums; regulations of Secret Service, Treasury Department,

31 $$ 400.1, 400.2
Sale, etc. See Post Office Department.
Postal employees and officials, free and reduced-rate transportation on air carriers,

when on official business, 14 Part 233
Postal savings, regulations respecting, 39 Part 63
Postal Service, Canal Zone; postal savings, 35 Part 17
Postal service, military, use of; regulations of armed services, 32 Part 148
Postponement by reason of war of time for performing acts affecting Federal tax

liabilities. See Internal Revenue Service.
Posts, military. See Military equipment, information, reservations, etc.
Potash:

Mining of; operating and safety regulations, 30 Part 231

Public lands containing; leasing, entry on, etc. See Land Management Bureau.
Potassium:

Public lands containing; leasing of, etc. See Land Management Bureau.

Reports respecting prospecting, production, etc., 30 $ 200.1
Potatoes:

Seed potatoes; customs entry, 19 $ 10.57
Sweetpotatoes. See Sweetpotatoes.
Trading in potatoes on commodity exchanges; regulations respecting reports,

etc., 17 Part 6
White potatoes:

Definitions and standards of identity, of canned potatoes, 21 $ 51.990
Diversion for use as livestock feed, 6 Part 519
Imported; prohibitions, inspection and certification, etc., 7 Parts 1060, 1066

Restricted entry orders, 7 $$ 321.1–321.8
Marketing orders for potatoes grown in various States, 7 Part 900

California, 7 Part 959
Colorado, 7 Part 958
Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Ver-

mont, 7 Part 920
Idaho, 7 Part 957
Maine, 7 Part 970
North Carolina, 7 Part 981
Oregon, 7 Parts 957, 959

Potatoes Continued
White potatoes -Continued
Marketing orders for potatoes grown in various States, 7 Part 900—Con.

South Dakota, 7 Part 979
Virginia, 7 Part 981

Washington, 7 Part 992
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Restricted entry orders, 7 $$ 321.1–321.8
Standards:
Canned potatoes, 7 $ $ 52.1811-52.1824

Peeled potatoes, 7 $ $ 52.2421-52.2433
Fresh potatoes, 7 $ $ 51.1540–51.1559, 51.1575–51.1587

Frozen french fried potatoes, 7 $ $ 52.2391–52.2400
Poultry:

Baby chick industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 178
Canada, importation of poultry from, 9 $ 92.26
Canal Zone; dressed poultry, importation restricted, 35 $ 24.101d
Importation of, 9 Part 92

Prohibited and restricted importation, because of diseases, 9 Part 94
Improvement plans, national, for chickens, turkeys, and certain other poultry,

9 Parts 145, 146, 147
Inspection, grading and standards for dressed or live poultry, 7 Part 70
Interstate transportation of; quarantine, etc., for prevention of diseases, 9 Parts

71, 81
Loans to poultrymen to finance commercial laying flocks, 6 $ 341.9
Mailing of live day-old chicks, ducks, turkeys, etc., 39 $8 15.3 (c), 25.3, 25.5,

48.2 (h)
Marketing of, under Produce Agency Act, 7 Part 48
Mexico, importation from, 9 $$ 92.31–92.34, 92.38
Parity prices, 7 Part 5

Wages and hours of workers engaged in production of, 29 Part 536
Powders:

Cosmetics; labeling requirements, 21 $$ 1.201–1.204
Explosive powders. See Explosives.
Mailing of nonpoisonous and nonexplosive powders, 39 $ 15.2 (b)

Poisonous powders. See Poisons.
Power, electric. See Electric utilities, companies, projects, etc.
Power companies, public. See Public utilities.
Power equipment (engines, turbines, generators, transformers, etc.). See Electrical

machinery, equipment, etc.
Power lines, power sites, etc., on public lands, etc.:

Applications and entries in conflict with power sites, 43 $ $ 103.1–103.4
Rights-of-way for power lines:

In Alaska, 43 $$ 74.24–74.27
In national forests, 36 $ $ 251.50–251.64
Over Indian lands, 25 $ 256.27
Through public lands and reservations, 43 $$ 244.1–244.21, 244.39–244.47,

244.69
Transmission lines, use of power sites for; determination respecting, by Federal

Power Commission, 43 § 103.5
Withdrawal of public lands for water-power sites, 43 g 295.1
Power radio service:

Low-power industrial service, 47 $ $ 11.551-11.555

Public utilities (gas, electricity, water, etc.), 47 $ $ 11.251-11.254
Power systems, for vessels. See Coast Guard.
Pratique for aircraft or vessels, upon compliance with quarantine requirements:

Canal Zone, 35 $ $ 24.94–24.99
Customs regulations, 19 $ 4.70

Public health foreign quarantine regulations, 42 $$ 71.121–71.128
Precious and semiprecious stones; excise tax on sales by retailers, 26 $$ 320.30–320.38
Precious or valuable articles. See Valuable articles.
Prefabricated housing, house manufacturing loans for; mortgage insurance, 24 Parts

285, 286
Procedure, 24 $ $ 200.7, 200.8
Prescott, Arizona, watershed, minerals in; general mining regulations, 43 § 185.34

Prescription requirements for certain drugs; exemption from, for certain prepara-

tions:
Habit-forming drugs, 21 $ 1.108

New drugs, 21 Part 130
Presentation of Americans at foreign royal courts, duties of Foreign Service officers

respecting, 22 $ 109.8
Preservation of records. See Records.
Preserves, jams, etc., fruit. See Fruits and berries.
Preserves manufacturing industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 114
President of United States:
Employees of immediate Office of, or on White House Staff; acquisition of non-

competitive status, 5 $$ 03.1, 3.104
Executive Office of the President; excepted positions, 5 $ 6.315
Incentive awards under Government Employees' Incentive Awards Program;

Presidential award, 5 $ 32.103 (k)
Presidential documents, preparation and publication in Federal Register and

Code of Federal Regulations, 1 $ $ 1.31, 1.42, 1.91–1.97, 1.161, 2.2 (b)
Threat to harm President of United States; unmailable matter, 39 $ 14.7
White House Staff, members of; acquisition of noncompetitive status, 5 $ $ 03.1,

3.104
President's Committee on Government Employment Policy:
Operations of Committee; authority for carrying out policy of non-discrimina-

nation in Government employment under Executive Order 10590, 5

Part 401
Authority, responsibility, membership, officers, meetings, etc., 5 $$ 401.1-

401.6
Cases; complaints of alleged discrimination on account of race, color, reli-

gion or national origin:
Initiation of complaint, agency action, disposition, etc., 5 $$ 401.8–401.12

Review of cases by Committee, 5 $ 401.7

Employment Policy Officers and deputies, 5 $ 401.13
Press and associations:

See also Newspapers.

Information for, respecting customs activities, 19 $ 26.5
Press radio services, 47 $ $ 3.293-3.295, 3.319, 6.1, 6.2, 6.51-6.53, 11.451-11.454
Pressure gages; test fee schedules, 15 § 206.201
Pribilof Islands, Alaska, administration of, 50 Part 141
Price support operations for various agricultural commodities:

Disposal of food commodities acquired through, 6 Parts 402, 501
Loan and purchase programs, to support prices of certain agricultural commodi-

ties. See Agriculture Department.
Pricing policy for certain agricultural commodities acquired under price support

programs and available for sale, 6 Part 402
Prices:
Escalation of prices; contractors and vendors to furnish notices respecting in

connection with invoices or bills to Government, 4 $ 11.5
Public lands, price of, when sold, 43 $ 252.2
Securities, stabilizing of prices; records under Securities Exchange Act of 1934,

17 $ $ 240.17a-2—240.17a-6, 249.617, 249.709, 249.717
Support prices for certain agricultural commodities. See Agriculture Depart-

ment.
Systematic price matching basis, selling and quoting on; cease and desist orders

to certain firms engaged in unfair trade practices, 16 $ 3.2193
Unfair trade practices with respect to prices; cease and desist orders. See Fed-

eral Trade Commission.
Printed matter:

Copyrighting of prints, illustrations, etc., 37 & 202.12
Customs seizure of printed material advocating insurrection or treason, or

threatening bodily harm to any person, 19 $ 12.40
Mailing of:
Domestic mail:

Fourth-class matter, 39 Part 25
Second-class matter, 39 Part 22

Third-class matter, 39 Part 24
International mail, 39 Part 104

Printed matter-Continued
Procurement of printing and related supplies, by armed services, 32 $8 5.601,

594.601
Printing, dyeing, and finishing (silk and rayon) industry; trade practice conference

rules, 16 Part 155
Printing, publishing, etc., industries:
Multicolor printers of transparent and translucent wrapping materials; trade

practice conference rules, 16 Part 70
Trade pamphlet binding_industry, New York City trade area; trade practice

conference rules, 16 Part 179
Priorities and allocations:
Control of materials and facilities by use of, policy respecting, 32A Chapter I,

DMO VII-3
Priorities system operation, regulations respecting. See Business and Defense

Services Administration.
Prison-made products:
Customs regulations respecting entry of, 19 $$ 12.42-12.45
Postal supplies, contracts for; provisions in, respecting convict labor, 39

$$ 6.1 b), 6.6
Stipulations in public contracts respecting convict-made goods, 41 $ 201.1
Procurement of, by armed services, 32 $$ 5.401–5.408, 12.201-12.203, 594.301,

601.202
Prisoners of war or interned American citizens; detention benefits for. See Foreign

Claims Settlement Commission.
Prisons, Federal, State, military, etc. See Penal and correctional institutions.
Private cash entries on public lands, not allowed except in Missouri, 43 $ 252.1
Probation service, United States, officers of; functions, etc., in connection with

paroled persons, 28 $ $ 2.5, 2.26, 2.28, 2.31
Probational appointments of Federal employees, 5 $ $ 02.4, 2.209 (c), 9.103
Proclamations, by President; preparation and publication in Federal Register and

Code of Federal Regulations, 1 $$ 1.31, 1.42, 1.91–1.97, 1.161, 2.2 (b)
Procurement of supplies, etc.:
Civil defense, procurement of equipment, and facilities for, by States, involving

Federal funds, 32 $ $ 1701.10, 1701.11, 1704.2, 1706.4
Critical and strategic minerals and materials, purchase of. See General Serv-

ices Administration.
Foreign countries, procurement of supplies by; procedures for furnishing as-

sistance respecting, 22 Part 201
Government agencies, purchases of supplies and services by. See Atomic

Energy Commission; Blind-Made Products, Committee; Coast Guard;
Engineers, Corps of; General Services Administration; and Public Contracts

Division.
Labor; procurement in areas of current or imminent labor surplus, 32A Chapter

I, DMP 4
Military procurement, by armed services. See Air Force Department; Army

Department; Defense Department; and Navy Department.
Procurement and production scheduling; implementation of national man-

power mobilization policy respecting, 32A Chapter I, DMP 1
Renegotiation of military procurement contracts. See Renegotiation Board.
Selective Service System:

Procurement of equipment, supplies, etc., 32 $$ 1609.1–1609.12

State procurement officers; assignment, duties, etc., 32 § 1607.3
Produce Agency Act, regulations under, with respect to marketing of perishable

agricultural commodities (to prevent destroying or dumping), 7 Part 48
Production certificates for aircraft; issuance, etc., 14 Part 406
Production credit associations; operations, loans, etc. See Farm Credit Admin-

istration.
Production emergency loans, to farmers, by Farmers Home Administration, 6 Parts

381, 384, 385, 388, 389
Production equipment and machine tools:
Disposition of Government-owned production equipment and machine tools,

policy respecting, 32A Chapter 1, DMO VII-4
Inventory of idle Government-owned production equipment and machine tools,

32A Chapter I, DMO VII-1B

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