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Registration-Continued
American nationals abroad, registration of; duties of Foreign Service officers,

22 $$ 107.2, 109.12
Arms, ammunition and implements of war, registration of persons engaged in

manufacture, importation, or exportation of, 22 $$ 75.23–75.28
Brokers and dealers in securities; registration under Securities Exchange Act

of 1934, 17 $ $ 240.15b-1-240.156–9, 249.501-249.510
Commodity futures commission merchants and floor brokers; registration under

Commodity Exchange Act, 17 $$ 1.7–1.16
Foreign agents or organizations (military, political, or subversive), registra-

tion of, 28 Parts 5, 10, 11
Foreign officials; exemption from registration requirements, 22 Part 31
Immigrants and nonimmigrants, registration of, 22 $$ 41.19, 42.38
Investment advisers; registration under Investment Advisers Act of 1940, 17

$ $ 275.203-1, 275.203-2, 279.1
Investment companies; registration under Investment Company Act of 1940,

17 88 270.0–3, 270.86–1–270.86–32, 274.10–274.14
Public utility holding companies; registration under Public Utility Holding

Company Act of 1935, 17 $ $ 250.1-250.13, 259.5a-259.5s
Relief agencies, nonprofit, for foreign aid, registration of, 22 Part 203
Securities; registration under Securities Act of 1933, Securities Exchange Act

of 1934, and Trust Indenture Act of 1939. See Securities and Exchange

Commission.
Securities associations, national or affiliated; registration under Securities Ex-

change Act of 1934, 17 $$ 240.15aa-1, 240.15aj-1, 249.801-249.803
Securities exchanges, national; registration under Securities Exchange Act of

1934, 17 $ $ 240.62–1–240.6a-3, 249.1–249.9a
Selective Service registration. See Selective Service System.
United States public debt securities (bonds, etc.), registration of, 31 $$ 306.10-

306.13, 315.2-315.7
Registry of mail, 39 Parts 51, 121
Regulations of Executive agencies, preparation and publication in Federal Register

and Code of Federal Regulations. See Administrative Committee of Federal

Register.
Rehabilitation, vocational:

Disabled or handicapped persons. See Vocational Rehabilitation, Office of.

Veterans. See Veterans Administration.
Rehabilitation and relocation housing insurance. See Federal Housing Administra-

tion.
Rehabilitation or repair of public airports damaged by Federal agencies; regulations

respecting claims, payments, etc., 14 Part 560
Relief work, etc.;

See also Disasters or emergencies.
Army or Air Force; relief work in disasters or emergencies, 32 Parts 502, 802
Bills for private relief, payment of sums appropriated by; procedure of central

ofice with respect to, regulations of Office of Secretary of Treasury, 31 $ 1.11
Equipment and supplies for:

Customs entry, 19 $ 10.107

Export control, 15 $ $ 371.21, 399.1 (Group 9)
Foreign countries, relief assistance, etc., for:
Commercial forwarding of certain exports for; regulations respecting quali-

fied freight forwarders, 46 Part 243
Ocean freight shipment of supplies by voluntary nonprofit relief agencies,

22 Parts 202, 203
Indians, relief of, 25 Part 252

Refugee relief. See Refugee Relief Act.
Religion, ministers of; documentation for entry into United States, 22 $ 42.8
Religious beliefs, discrimination because of. See Discrimination.
Religious organizations, nonprofit; income tax regulations. See Internal Revenue

Service.
Remittances to United States citizens in foreign countries; foreign assets control

regulations, 31 $ $ 500.519, 500.520, 500.522
Removal or deportation of aliens. See Deportation.
Renegotiation Acts of 1948 and 1951:

Coast Guard procurement regulations respecting, 33 $ 118.04-1
Regulations under. See Renegotiation Board.

Renegotiation Board:
Military renegotiation regulations under Renegotiation Act of 1948:
Agreements and clearances, and statements to contractors, 32 Part 1425

Forms for, 32 $$ 1427.740–1427.742
Authority and organization, 32 Part 1421
Patents and royalties; relation of Renegotiation Act and Royalty Ad-

justment Act, 32 $$ 1421.141-1421.143
Preliminary material; definitions, scope, etc., 32 $ $ 1421.120–1421.122
Renegotiation Board, organization and function of, 32 $$ 1421.130–

1421.133
Determination of renegotiable business and costs, 32 Part 1423
Contracts and subcontracts within scope of 1948 Act, 32 $$ 1423.330–

1423.336
Costs allocable and allowable against renegotiable business, 32 $$ 1423.-

380_1423.389-7
Exemptions and exclusions from renegotiation:

Mandatory, 32 $$ 1423.340—1423.347-4

Permissive, 32 $$ 1423.350–1423.354
Fiscal year basis for renegotiation and exceptions, 32 $$ 1423.300–

1423.310
Limitations on commencement and completion of renegotiation, 32

$ $ 1423.361-1423.363
Sales, methods of segregating between renegotiable and nonrenego-

tiable business, 32 $ $ 1423.320–1423.323
Excessive profits. See Profits.
Forms, military renegotiation, 32 Part 1427

Agreement and clearances, forms relating to, 32 $ $ 1427.740–1427.742
Operation of renegotiation, forms relating to, 32 $ $ 1427.701-1027.708
Use of forms approved for use when Renegotiation Act of 1951, 32

Part 1427, note
Organization and functions of Board, 32 $$ 1421.130–1421.133
Patents and royalties; relation of Renegotiation Act and Royalty Adjust-

ment Act, 32 $$ 1421.141-1421.143
Procedure, 32 Part 1422

Agreement procedure, 32 $$ 1422.261-1422.265
Clearance procedure, 32 $$ 1422.251–1422.254
Conduct of renegotiation, 32 $ $ 1422.241—1422.245-4
Contractors:

Assignment of contractors for renegotiation, 32 88 1422.231–1422.234
Preliminary information required from, 32 $ $ 1422.221-1422.224

Statement to, 32 88 1422.291–1422.293
Information, preliminary, required of contractors, 32 $ $ 1422.221-

1422.224
Tax court, review by, 32 $$ 1422.281—1422.281-3

Unilateral order procedure, 32 88 1422.271–1422.274
Profits, excessive, determination and elimination of, 32 Part 1424

Interim prepayment of excessive profits, 32 $$ 1424.450–1424.453
Principles and factors in determining excessive profits, 32 $$ 1424.401–

1424.416–2
Recovery of excessive profits already realized, 32 88 1424.420–1424.424

Renegotiation and taxes, 32 $$ 1424.440-1424.444
Statements to contractor, 32 $$ 1422.291–1422.293, 1425.520-1425.525-2
Statutes, orders, and directives, 32 Part 1428

Directives, 32 $ $ 1428.820–1428.827
Exemptions, 32 $$ 1428.840-1428.842
Internal Revenue Code and Internal Revenue Service interpretations

with respect to renegotiation, excerpts from, 32 $$ 1428.831-

1428.835
Statutes, 32 88 1428.800–1428.810
Tax Court, review by, 32 $8 1422.281-1422.281-3
Renegotiation Act of 1951, regulations under:

Agreement procedure, 32 Part 1474
Assignment of contractors for renegotiation, 32 Part 1471

Renegotiation Board Continued
Renegotiation Act of 1951, regulations under-Continued

Brokers and manufacturers' agents, 32 Part 1490
Clearance procedure, 32 Part 1473
Conduct of renegotiation, 32 Part 1472
Consolidated renegotiation of affiliated groups and related groups, 32 Part

1464
Contracts within scope of Act and regulations, 32 Parts, 1451, 1452
Costs allocable to and allowable against renegotiable business, 32 Part 1459
Definitions and scope, 32 Part 1451
Excessive profits:

Interim prepayment of, 32 Part 1463
Principles and factors in determining, 32 Part 1460

Recovery after determination, 32 Part 1461
Exemptions from renegotiation:
Mandatory exemption of contracts and subcontracts for standard com-

mercial articles or services, 32 Part 1467
Mandatory exemptions, 32 Part 1453
Partial mandatory exemption of prime contracts and subcontracts for

new durable productive equipment, 32 Part 1454
Permissive exemptions from renegotiation, 32 Part 1455
Fiscal year basis for renegotiation and exceptions, 32 Part 1457
Forms relating to agreements and orders, 32 Part 1498
Information:

Control of information contained in renegotiation records, 32 Part 1480

Preliminary information required of contractors, 32 Part 1470
Limitations on commencement and completion of renegotiation, 32 Part

1465
Receipts or accruals under statutory minimum, 32 Part 1458
Records and information contained therein, control of, 32 Part 1480
Sales, renegotiable and non-renegotiable, methods of segregating, 32 Part

1456
Statements to contractors, 32 Part 1477
Tax Court, review by, 32 Part 1476
Taxes, renegotiation and, 32 Part 1462
Termination of renegotiation, 32 Part 1466

Unilateral order procedure, 32 Part 1475
Renegotiation of contracts:
Cases before Tax Court of United States; rules of practice. See Tax Court of

United States.
Regulations respecting. See Renegotiation Board.
Rental housing. See Housing.
Rentals and royalties, mineral. See Royalties and rentals.
Renunciation, formal, of American nationality; regulations respecting, 22 $$ 50.4,

50.5
Reorganization, of certain companies, corporations, etc.:
Corporate reorganizations under Bankruptcy Act (Chapter X); list of interpre-

tative releases relating to, 17 Part 281
Interstate commerce, various carriers in (rail, motor, pipeline, water, etc.);

corporate reorganization of, 49 Parts 58, 59
Issuers of securities in process of reorganization; regulations under Securities

Exchange Act of 1934, 17 § 240.12a-3
Public utility holding companies, approval of fees, solicitations, etc., in connec-

tion with reorganization; regulations under Public Utility Holding Company

Act of 1935, 17 $ 250.63
Repairs, articles exported or imported for:

Customs entry, of articles reimported after repairs, 19 $$ 8.2 (e), 10.8

Export control of commodities brought into United States for repair, 15 § 371.18
Reparations, World War II; authority to accept reparations payment, 22 Part 90
Repatriation of seamen. See Seamen.
Reporters, in military court proceedings; fees for, 32 § 534.2
Reporting points on civil airways, designation of. See Civil Aeronautics Adminis-

tration.

Reports:
Agricultural commodities (butter, cotton, cottonseed meal, eggs, fats, flaxseed,

grains, millfeeds, oils, potatoes, soybean meal, soybeans, wool tops), trad-
ing in, on commodity exchanges; regulations respecting reports. See Com-

modity Exchange Authority.
Air carriers; reports required of. See Civil Aeronautics Administration; and

Civil Aeronautics Board.
Alien property; reports of property in which certain aliens have interest, 8

$ $ 510.1-510-92
Banks; reports of condition:

By Federal Reserve member banks and affiliates, 12 & 208.9
By national banks, 12 $$ 4.8-4.10
By State nonmember banks, insured by Federal Deposit Insurance Corpora-

tion, 12 $ 304.2
Carrier associations (rail, motor, water, pipe line companies, and freight for-

warders), certain, special report, 49 $ 130.0
Currency, transactions involving, in amounts or denominations exceeding those

commensurate with legitimate and customary conduct of business, reports
of financial institutions respecting; regulations of Monetary Ofices, Treas-

ury Department, 31 Part 102
Electric power companies, reports of; regulations under Federal Power Act, 18

Part 141
Express companies in interstate commerce; reports of operating statistics, 49

$ 120.32
Foreign assets of designated countries (China and North Korea) and nationals,

reports of transactions involving, 31 $ $ 500.601-500.604
Foreign exchange transactions and transfers of credit, reports to Federal

Reserve banks respecting; regulations of Monetary Offices, Treasury

Department, 31 $ 128.2
Gold, reports of persons holding licenses to acquire, hold, or dispose of gold for

industrial, professional or artistic purposes; regulations of Monetary Offices,

Treasury Department, 31 $ 54.27
Investment advisers, reports by, under Investment Advisers Act of 1940, 17

$ 275.204–1
Investment companies, reports by, under Investment Company Act of 1940, 17

$$ 270.30a-1-270.30d-2, 274.101-274.106
Maritime common carriers; passenger and cargo reports, 46 $$ 222.6-222.9
Mining operations (coal, minerals, oil, gas, sulphur); report forms, 30 $ 200.1
Motor carriers, reports of. See Interstate Commerce Commission.
Natural gas companies, reports of, under Natural Gas Act, 18 Part 260
Public utility holding companies, reports of, under Public Utility Holding Com-

pany Act of 1935, 17 $ $ 250.94, 250.95, 259.206–259.403
Radio licensees, reports of. See Federal Communications Commission.
Railroads, reports of. See Interstate Commerce Commission.
Reporting points on civil airways, designation of. See Civil Aeronautics Admin-

istration.
Reports required by various agencies under regulations in connection with

specific functions, see specific agencies or functions.
Securities:
Indenture securities; reports under Trust Indenture Act of 1939, 17

$$ 260.7a-15—260.7a-37, 260.14a-1
Registrants of securities, reports of, under Securities Exchange Act of 1934.

See Securities and Exchange Commission.
United States securities, erroneous payments of, which result in losses to

United States; reports of regulations of Public Debt Bureau, Treasury

Department, respecting, 31 $$ 322.2–322.4
Shipment of valuables by executive departments and agencies of United States,

reports of; regulations of Accounts Bureau, Treasury Department, 31

§ 261.6
Silver, reports of persons delivering newly mined domestic silver to United

States coinage mints; regulations of Monetary Offices, Treasury Depart-

ment, 31 $ 80.11
Telephone and telegraph common carriers, reports of. See Federal Communi-

cations Commission.
Vessels; reports of contractors under construction-differential subsidy agree-

ments, 46 88 285.61-285.64

Reports-Continued
Water carriers arriving or departing from United States ports; cargo and pas-

senger reports, 46 $$ 222.1-222.9
Representation of employees:
Collective bargaining, etc., representation for, 29 $ $ 101.16-101.22, 102.52–102.70,

1205.2
Labor disputes; representation for handling, 29 $$ 1202.3-1202.8, 1205.2–1206.1-

1206.8
Railroad employees or claimants, under Railroad Retirement Act and Railroad

Unemployment Insurance Act; representatives for, 20 $ $ 205.1-205.4, 262.12,

320.48
Tax on employee representatives; employment tax regulations, 26 $$ 410.401,

410.402
Representatives:

See also Agents; and Representation of employees.
Aviation Safety Representatives (medical examiners, pilot examiners, inspec-

tors, etc.); designation and certification of, 14 Part 418
Falsely securing representatives or agents; cease and desist orders, 16 $$ 13.2115–

13.2165
Immigration and Naturalization Service and Board of Immigration Appeals;

enrollment and disbarment of representatives, 8 Part 292
Representation before agencies, by former personnel; regulations of various

agencies, see specific agencies.
Veterans representatives or agents of veterans in connection with claims or

appeals filed with Civil Service Commission under Veterans' Preference

Act of 1944, 5 Part 33
Representatives of United States in foreign countries, exportation to, of articles for

personal or office use, export license for, 15 $ 371.14
Reproduction or illustration of United States stamps (postage stamps, internal

revenue stamps, and war savings bonds or stamps), permitted for certain pur-

poses; regulations of Secret Service, 31 $$ 400.1, 400.2, 402.1, 405.1
Resale prices, maintaining of; cease and desist orders, 16 $$ 13.1110–13.1167
Rescue and relief work, equipment and supplies for; customs entry, 19 $ 10.107
Rescues at sea, reports by Foreign Service officers respecting, 22 § 131.6
Research, etc.:

In Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, 44 Part 3
In Library of Congress, 44 Part 501
In National Archives, 44 Parts 1, 2
In State Department, 22 Part 10
Radio; research experimental radio service. See Federal Communications

Commission.
Scientific research, grants:
· Inventions or patents resulting from; policy, determinations as to rights,

licenses to Government, etc., 45 Part 8

To certain institutions or individuals, 45 Part 620
Research contracts with commercial or nonprofit organizations:
Agricultural Department; research and marketing services work, contracts with

public or private agencies, firms or individuals for, 7 Part 10
Armed services procurement regulations, 32 $$ 13.505, 13.506, 15.200–15.205,

15.300–15.305
Loan of equipment in connection with; Army Department procurement regu-

lations, 32 $ 602.1601
Military security requirements in connection with, 32 $ 594.104_12A
Reservations:

Indian reservations, regulations respecting. See Indian Affairs Bureau.
Military. See Military equipment, information, reservations, etc.

Naval. See Naval activities, personnel, reservations, etc.
Reserve cities, classification of, 12 $$ 204.51, 204.52
Reserve fleet:

See also Vessels.
Authority of general agents to decommission ships withdrawn from operation

and placed in reserve fleet, 32A Chapter XVIII, OPR-4
Reserve funds, in connection with subsidized vessels. See Maritime Administration.

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