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Unhealthful, etc., posts in foreign and Territorial areas; additional compensation

and credit for Federal personnel on duty, 5 Parts 301, 325, 326, 360
Extra retirement credit for Foreign Service personnel, 5 $$ 301.61-301.63
Uniform Code of Military Justice, Article 139 (property damage by personnel),

claims against United States under:
Air Force Department regulations, 32 $$ 836.51–836.56

Army Department regulations, 32 $ 536.25
Uniform system of accounts for various companies. See Accounts.
Uniform and clothing industry. See Clothing industries.
Uniforms:
Coast Guard personnel, uniform and insignia for, 33 $$ 5.61, 5.63, 8.8101-8.9103,

40.25
Maritime Service enrollees, clothing allowance for uniforms, 46 $$ 310.8, 310.24,

310.65
Military uniforms, wearing of, by persons honorably discharged from armed

forces, 32 Part 49
Naval Reserves; allowances, for uniforms, etc., 32 $$ 711.801-711.812, 713.91-

713.93, 713.451
Public Health Service commissioned officers, uniforms for, 42 $$ 21.211-21.242

Uniforms furnished by employers; reasonable cost of, 29 Part 531
Unincorporated associations, securities of; exemption from Securities Act of 1933,

17 $ $ 230.360-230.396
Uninspected vessels (motorboats and certain steam vessels); equipment, operations,

etc., requirements respecting. See Coast Guard.
Union of South Africa, War Stores Disposal Board; authority for disposal of surplus

property, 44 § 308.54
Unions; labor disputes involving. See Labor disputes.
Unit investment trusts. See Trusts and trust companies, etc.
United Kingdom, taxation pursuant to treaties with; Internal Revenue Service

regulations respecting:
Estate and gift taxes, 26 98 82.101–82.109

Income taxes, 26 $$ 7.500–7.532
United Nations:

See also International organizations.
Aliens in transit to; visas, 22 $ 41.52

Importations by representatives, etc., customs regulations, 19 38 10.30a, 10.30b
United States, entry into, of aliens, merchandise, etc. See Entry into United States.
United States Civil Defense Corps:

Establishment, etc., 32 Part 1707

Insigne, official, 32 Part 1708
United States Civil Service Commission. See Civil Service Commission.
United States Coast Guard. See Coast Guard.
United States Coast Guard Academy:

Donations for chapel, 33 Part 16

Training of cadets, 33 Part 40
United States Court of Military Appeals:

Rules of practice and procedure, 32 Part 1800
United States employees. See Government employees.
United States Employment Service:
Cooperation with States in establishing and maintaining national system of

public employment offices, 20 Parts 602, 603
Policies respecting placement, employment counseling, employer relations, etc.,

20 Part 604
United States Foreign Service; regulations respecting. See State Department.
United States Government agencies. See Government agencies.
United States Government, imports for use of; customs regulations. See Customs

Bureau.
United States Government obligations (bills, bonds, certificates of indebtedness,

notes, or other public debt securities):
Accounts Bureau regulations respecting:
Acceptance of obligations of United States as security in lieu of sureties

on penal bonds, etc., 31 Part 225
Deposits of public moneys from sale of United States securities, 31 Parts 202,

203

United States Government obligations Continued
Documentary stamp tax on issues, transfers, etc.; exemption from excise tax,

26 $ 113.120
Fiscal agents of United States with respect to public debt securities. See Treas-

ury Department.
Lost, stolen, destroyed, or mutilated public debt securities, relief under Govern-

ment Losses in Shipment Act; regulations of Public Debt Bureau, Treasury

Department, 31 $$ 306.105–306.117, 322.1-322.9
Post offices, sales through, of certain securities (savings bonds, stamps, and cer-

tificates), 39 Part 62
Public Debt Bureau regulations respecting issue and offering of, exchange, in-

terest, payment or redemption, etc., of Treasury bills, notes, or bonds, or

United States savings bonds. See Treasury Department.
Secret Service regulations respecting counterfeit obligations, illustrations of

war savings bonds for sales campaign purposes, and film recordation by

banking institutions, 31 Parts 401, 403, 404, 405
Taxes (income, estate, and gift), acceptance of Treasury notes in payment

of, 26 Part 471
United States Government Organization Manual, preparation and publication of.

See Administrative Committee of Federal Register.
United States Information Agency:
Attestation Committee, interdepartmental; establishment and functions in

regard to facilitating circulation abroad of American-made visual and

auditory materials, 22 $$ 502.1-502.7
Educational materials, visual and auditory (films, filmstrips, motion pictures,

sound recordings, etc.), American-made; measures to facilitate distribu-

tion abroad, 22 Part 502
Attestation program, background and functions, 22 $ 502.1
Certification of materials:

Attestation program, background and functions, 22 $ 502.1
Certification not required for imports or exports, 22 § 502.9
Criteria, 22 $8 502.3-502.7
Governments recognizing certificates or finding them helpful in estab-

lishing educational character of imported materials, 22 $ 502.10
Method of requesting certification, 22 § 502.8
Motion pictures, films, filmstrips:
Catalogue of, for circulation abroad; classes of films and filmstrips

listed, distribution of catalogue, etc., 22 502.12
Duty-free return to United States exporter of films and filmstrips made

in United States and exported temporarily on rental or loan basis,

22 $ 502.11

UNESCO film coupon, explanation of, 22 $ 502.13
Informational media guaranties under Economic Cooperation Act of 1948;

application, fees, etc., 22 Part 501
Export-Import Bank of Washington, as fiscal agent, 22 $ 501.5
Tort claims procedure; time limits for filing, etc., 22 Part 511
United States Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, New York:

Donation for chapel and library, regulations respecting, 46 $$ 310.100_310.103

Training of Cadet Corps, 46 $$ 310.46–310.73
United States Military Academy, West Point; admission to, 32 Part 575
United States Naval Academy, admission of candidates to, as midshipmen, 32 Part

710
United States Secret Service. See Treasury Department.
United States Tariff Commission. See Tariff Commission.
United States Tax Court. See Tax Court of United States.
Unlisted trading in securities; regulations under Securities Exchange Act of 1934,

17 $ $ 240.12f-1-240.12f-6
Unmailable matter (harmful, illegal, perishable, etc.); prohibitions or restrictions

on mailing, 39 Parts 14, 15, 132
Upholstery and drapery fabrics industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 205
Uranium. See Fissionable materials.
Urban redevelopment projects and urban renewal area programs; mortgage insur-

ance, See Federal Housing Administration.

Urban transit radio service (motor carriers), 47 $$ 16.251–16.257
Uruguay; countervailing duties on wool tops from, 19 $ 16.24
Utilities, public. See Public utilities.

V

VOR civil airways; designation of, etc. See Civil Aeronautics Administration.
Vaccination for smallpox:

In Canal Zone; order respecting, 35 $ $ 24.44, 24.81–24.83, 24.150
Quarantine regulations, 42 $$ 71.8, 71.86–71.88, 71.139, 72.12

Vaccine, importation prohibited, 42 73.23
Vacuum pumps; export control, 15 § 399.1 (Group 7)
Vacuum tube voltmeters; test free schedules (radio), 15 $ 214.802
Valuable articles (bullion, currency, jewels, etc.); motor contract carriers of, relieved

of certain requirements respecting preservation, filing, etc., of contracts, 48

§ 173.3
Valves, pipe, iron and steel; export control, 15 § 399.1 (Group 7)
Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site:

Admission, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.13 (b), 20.31 (b)
Fishing, picnicking, prohibited, 36 $ 20.31 (c), (d)

Speed of vehicles, 36 $ 20.31 (a)
Varnish. See Paints and varnishes.
Varnish and paint industry; minimum wage determinations for persons employed

on public contracts, 41 $ 202.41
Varnish and paint brush manufacturing industry; trade practice conference rules,

16 Part 136
Vault, burial (concrete) manufacturing industries; trade practice conference rules,

16 Part 122
Veal. See Meats and meat products.
Vealer calves. See Livestock.
Vectors. See Organisms and vectors.
Vegetable oils. See Oils.
Vegetables:

Containers for; standards, 7 Part 41
Customs regulations respecting entry of certified seed potatoes, plants and plant

products, 19 $ $ 10.57, 12.10-12.15
Definitions and standards of identity, for various canned vegetables, 21 Part 51
Tomato products, 21 Part 53

Comminuted tomato products; mold count, 21 $ 3.24

Preserves or jams, 21 & 29.3
Imported vegetables (cucumbers, eggplant, green peppers, Irish potatoes, and

tomatoes); inspection and certification, etc., 7 Part 1060, 1066
Inspection and certification:

Fresh vegetables, 7 8$ 51.1-51.51

Processed (canned, dried, frozen, etc.) vegetables, 7 $ $ 52.1-52.87, 68.1–68.53
Mailing of vegetables (perishable matter), 39 $ $ 15.3 (b), 113.1 (f)
Marketing of perishable vegetables under Perishable Agricultural Commodities

Act and Produce Agency Act, 7 Parts 46, 47, 48
Marketing orders, for vegetables grown in various States, 7 Parts 900

Peas and cauliflower, grown in Colorado, 7 Part 910
Potatoes, Irish:

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
South Dakota, 7 Part 979
Virginia, 7 Part 981

Washington, 7 Part 992
Tomatoes, grown in Florida, 7 Part 945
Overtime in connection with inspection of vegetables; additional charges for

overtime work, 7 § 51.37a

Vegetables-Continued
Parity prices, for artichokes, asparagus, dried beans, lima beans, snap beans,

beets, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, garlic
kale, lettuce, onions, peas, peppers, pimentoes, potatoes, shallots, spinach,

and tomatoes, 7 Part 5
Plant quarantine notices:
Domestic; vegetables from Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and Virgin Islands, 7

$$ 301.13–301.13-14, 301.30, 301.30a, 301.58—301.58–14, 301.75
Foreign, 7 $ $ 319.24—319.24–5, 319.28, 319.29, 319.41—319.41-6, 319.56%

319.56–8, 321.1–321.8
Restricted entry orders, for potatoes, 7 $$ 321.1–321.8
Seeds; parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards, for various fresh and processed vegetables:

Asparagus, frozen, 7 $ $ 52.381-52.393
Beans, lima:

Canned, 7 SS 52.411-52.423, 52.471-52.484
Fresh, 7 $ $ 51.355-51.362

Frozen, 7 98 52.501-52.509
Beans, snap (green and wax):

Canned, 7 $ $ 52.441-52.455

Frozen, 7 $ $ 52.2321-52.2331
Beets:

Canned, 7 $ $ 52.521-52.535

Fresh, 7 $ $ 51.375–51.394
Black-eye peas; standards:

Canned, 7 $ $ 52.1641–52.1651

Frozen, 7 $ $ 52.1661-52.1670
Broccoli:

Fresh, 7 $$ 51.400-51.412, 51.425-51.440

Frozen, 7 $ $ 52.631-52.641
Brussels sprouts

Fresh, 7 $ $ 51.2050-51.2062, 51.2250-51.2262

Frozen, 7 S$ 52.651-52.659
Cabbage, fresh, 7 $ $ 51.450–51.464
Carrots:

Canned, 7 $ $ 52.671-52.686
Fresh, 7 $ $ 51.495-51.513

Bunched, 7 $ $ 51.2455–51.2471
Short trimmed tops, 7 $ $ 51.2485-51.2498

Topped, 7 $$ 51.2360-51.2381
Frozen, 7 $ $ 52.701-52.711
Carrots and peas, frozen, 7 $ $ 52.2501-52.2510
Cauliflower:

Fresh, 7 $ $ 51.540–51.549

Frozen, 7 $ $ 52.721-52.729
Celery, 7 $$ 51.560–51.581, 51.595-51.613
Corn, sweet:

Canned, 7 $ $ 52.851-52.863, 52.881-52.894
Fresh, 7 $ $ 51.810–51.822, 51.835–51.857

Frozen, 7 $ $ 52.911–52.920, 52.931-52.940
Cucumbers:

Fresh, 7 $ $ 51.2220-51.2238

Pickles, 7 $ $ 52.1681-52.1699
Eggplant, fresh, 7 $ $ 51.2190–51.2207
Greens:
Fresh:

Collard and broccoli, 7 $ $ 51.520–51.531
Dandelion, 7 $ $ 51.2585–51.2591

Mustard and turnip, 7 $$ 51.1030–51.1042
Frozen, 7 $$ 52.1371-52.1381
Kale:

Fresh, 7 $ $ 51.975–51.986

Frozen, 7 $ $ 52.1371-52.1381
Lettuce, 7 $ $ 51.2510–51.2524
Mixed vegetables, frozen, 7 $ $ 52.2131-52.2142
Mushrooms, canned, 7 $ $ 52.1481–52.1495

Vegetables Continued
Standards, for various fresh and processed vegetables Continued

Okra, frozen, 7 $ $ 52.1511-52.1521
Onions, green, fresh, 7 %8 51.1055–51.1071
Parsnips, fresh, 788 51.2310–51.2322
Peas, field and black-eye:

Canned, 783 52.1641-52.1651

Frozen, 7 $ $ 52.1661-52.1670
Peas, green:

Canned, 7 %$ 52.2281-52.2294

Fresh, 7 88 51.1375–51.1387
Peas and carrots, frozen, 7 $52.2501-52.2510
Peppers, sweet, fresh, 788 51.1465–51.1475
Pimientos, canned, 788 52.2681–52.2694
Potatoes, white:
Canned, 7 $$ 52.1811-52.1824

Peeled potatoes, 7 $8 52.2421-52.2433
Fresh, 7 88 51.1540-51.1559, 51.1575–51.1587

Frozen french fried potatoes, 7 88 52.2391–52.2400
Radishes, fresh, 7 $8 51.2395–51.2412
Rutabagas, fresh, 7 88 51.2610–51.2630
Shallots, fresh, 788 51.1630–51.1650
Spinach:

Canned, 7 88 52.1901–52.1911
Fresh, 7 %$ 51.1730–51.1736, 51.1750–51.1759

Frozen, 7 88 52.1921-52.1930
Squash:

Cooked, frozen, 7 $8 52.1941-52.1950

Frozen (summer type), 7 88 52.1961-52.1970
Succotash, frozen, 7 $8 52.2011–52.2022
Sweetpotatoes:

Canned, 7 88 52.2041-52.2056

Fresh, 7 $8 51.1600–51.1617, 51.1660-51.1671, 51.1685–51.1696
Tomatoes:

Fresh, 7 88 51.1855–51.1876, 51.1900–51.1913, 51.1930–51.1936
Products:

Catsup, 7 $$ 52.2101–52.2112
Chili sauce, 7 $ $ 52.2191-52.2202

Tomato sauce, 7 $8 52.2371-52.2381
Turnips, fresh, 7 88 51.2425–51.2442, 51.2610–51.2630
Trading in soybeans, potatoes and onions, on commodity exchanges; regula-

tions respecting reports, etc., 17 Parts 2, 6
Wages and hours for workers engaged in production or processing of, 29 Part

536
Puerto Rico, 29 Parts 593, 596
Warehouses, for various processed vegetables:

Canned vegetables, 7 Part 110
Dried beans, 7 Part 106

Dried peas, 7 Part 102
Vehicles:
Contraband articles (firearms, narcotics), vehicles transporting; seizure of, 26

Parts 153, 466, 468
Petitions for remission of forfeiture, in case of vehicles forfeited because

of possession of narcotic drugs, 21 8 304.1 (f); 26 § 153.8
Immigrants teams and vehicles, free entry of; customs regulations, 19 $ 10.13

Motor vehicles. See Motor vehicles.
Vending and vending stands in public buildings:
Blind persons, vending stand program for. See Vocational Rehabilitation, Office

of.
Prohibition against vending and soliciting, 44 $ 100.8
Vendor's certificate, in connection with military procurement, 32 $ 606.208
Venereal diseases; grants to States for prevention, treatment and control, 42 Part 51
Venetian blind industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 191
Venturi tubes; test fee schedules, 15 206.301
Vermin and rodent control, for vessels and aircraft; foreign quarantine regulations,

42 88 71.101-71.107

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