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301.4 Confidential information. All information submitted to the Committee by interested parties other than that presented at public hearings is confidential and for the use only of the Committee and the interdepartmental trade agreements organization.*1
301.5 Action taken upon information received. All information submitted to the Committee, written and oral, is digested for the use of and distributed to all governmental organizations directly concerned with trade agreement matters, or with the particular subject matter to which the information relates.**
301.6 Publication of notices. Concurrently with the formal notices published by the Department of State of intention to negotiate agreements with foreign countries, the Committee publishes notices of the time during which views in writing may be presented, together with notices of the time set for the public hearings. Such notices are published in the FEDERAL REGISTER, Press Releases of the Department of State, the Treasury Decisions, Commerce Reports, and the Federal Reserve Bulletin, at least 30 days prior to the conclusion of any agreement.**
301.7 Submission of preliminary suggestions. Views submitted by interested parties containing suggestions of articles to be included for or omitted from consideration in the negotiation of any trade agreement, pursuant to preliminary announcement of any contemplated negotiation, need be in but one copy and need not be under Oath.**
PART 302-RULES APPLICABLE TO WRITTEN
PRESENTATION OF VIEWS
Sec. 302.1 Time and place of submission. 302.3 Form of submission. 302.2 Number of copies.
Section 302.1 Time and place of submission. Notices of the time during which views in writing may be presented are published concurrently with the formal notices of intention to negotiate agreements. Views in writing should be addressed to the Committee for Reciprocity Information at its office in Washington, D. C. Views in writing can be assured of full consideration only if received by the Committee before the close of the period announced for their submission to the Committee. ****
*88 302.1 to 302.3, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 4, 48 Stat. 945; 19 U.S.C. 1354; E.O. 6750, June 27, 1934; 50 Stat. 24; 19 U.S.C., Sup., 1352 (c).
třIn $8 302.1 to 302.3, inclusive, the numbers obtained by deleting the first two digits (30) from the section numbers correspond with the respective section numbers in Rules of practice and procedure of the Committee for Reciprocity Information, June 1938.
302.2 Number of copies. Written views must be submitted in not less than six copies.**+
302.3 Form of submission. No special forms are required in presentation of written views to the Committee other than that they shall be legibly typed, printed, or mimeographed, and at least one copy
of those submitted shall be under oath or affirmation.**** Page 2
**For statutory and source citations, see note to 8 301.1. 
****For statutory and source citations, see note to $ 302.1.
PART 303_RULES APPLICABLE TO ORAL
PRESENTATION OF VIEWS
Sec. 303.1 Request for permission to present 303.3 Oath. oral testimony.
303.4 Presentation of oral testimony 303.2 Notice of permission to present other than at public hearings.
oral testimony. Section 303.1 Request for permission to present oral testimony. Requests to present oral views to the Committee at public hearings must be made prior to the expiration of the time for submitting such requests and will be granted only if written views have been submitted by the person making the request.**
*88 303.1 to 303.4, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 4, 48 Stat. 945; 19 U.S.C. 1354; E.O. 6750, June 27, 1934; 50 Stat. 24; 19 U.S.C., Sup., 1352 (c).
fIn 88 303.1 to 303.4, inclusive, the numbers obtained by deleting the first two digits (30) from the section numbers correspond with the respective section numbers in Rules of practice and procedure of the Committee for Reciprocity Information, June 1938.
303.2 Notice of permission to present oral testimony. After receipt and consideration of requests to present oral testimony, the Committee will notify the applicant whether or not the request is granted, and, if so, the time and place of the hearing.**
303.3 Oath. All oral statements made to the Committee at public hearings shall be under oath or affirmation.**
303.4 Presentation of oral testimony other than at public hearings. Persons desiring to make oral presentations to the Committee other than at public hearings may request an informal conference with the Committee. Such conference may be arranged for discussion of any phase of trade agreement matters, and request therefor should be accompanied by a statement of the reasons for the application.** CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT AREAS: See Navigation and Navigable Waters,
33 CFR Part 1. CUSTOMS PROCEDURE IN FOREIGN TRADE ZONES IN THE UNITED
STATES: See Commerce, 15 CFR Part 401. CUSTOMS SERVICE: See Customs Duties, 19 CFR Chapter I. Panama Canal,
35 CFR Part 9. DAIRY PRODUCTS: See Agriculture, 7 CFR Chapter IX. Animals and Animal
Products, 9 CFR Chapter II. Commercial Practices, 16 CFR Parts 23, 95.
Food and Drugs, 21 CFR Part 185. Internal Revenue, 26 CFR Parts 301, 310. DANGER ZONE REGULATIONS: See Navigation and Navigable Waters, 33
CFR Part 204, DEAD MAIL MATTER: See Postal Service, 39 CFR Part 13. DEPORTATION: See Aliens and Citizenship, 8 CFR Chapter I. Panama Canal,
35 CFR Part 10. DESERT-LAND ENTRIES: See Public Lands: Interior, 43 CFR Part 232. DISEASES: See Animals and Animal Products, 9 CFR Chapter I. Public
Health, 42 CFR Chapters I-IV. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: MOVEMENT OF PLANTS AND PLANT PROD
UCTS: See Agriculture, 7 CFR Part 302. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION: See Employees'
Benefits, 20 CFR Parts 41-44.
**For statutory and source citations, see note to 303.1.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, APPOINTMENT OF NOTARIES PUBLIC: See
Judicial Administration, 28 CFR Part 3. DIVISION OF GRAZING, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR: See Public
Lands: Interior, 43 CFR Chapter III. DIVISION OF MARKETING AND MARKETING AGREEMENTS, AGRICUL
TURAL ADJUSTMENT ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICUL
TURE: See Agriculture, 7 CFR Chapter IX. DIVISION OF PUBLIC CONTRACTS, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR: See Public
Contracts, 41 CFR Chapter II. DIVISION OF TERRITORIES AND ISLAND POSSESSIONS, DEPARTMENT
OF THE INTERIOR: See Territories and Insular Possessions, 48 CFR
Chapter I. DOURINE IN HORSES AND ASSES: See Animals and Animal Products, 9 CFR
Parts 52, 75. DRAWBACK: See Customs Duties, 19 CFR Part 20. DRAWBACK ON DISTILLED SPIRITS BOTTLED ESPECIALLY FOR EX
PORT: See Internal Revenue, 26 CFR Part 176. DRIED FRUIT WAREHOUSES: See Agriculture, 7 CFR Part 109. DRESSED POULTRY AND DRESSED DOMESTIC RABBITS (INSPECTION
AND CERTIFICATION FOR CONDITION): See Agriculture, 7 CFR Part 56. DRUGS: See Commercial Practices, 16 CFR Part 104. Food and Drugs, 21 CFR
Chapters I, II. DRY BEANS WAREHOUSES: See Agriculture, 7 CFR Part 106. DUMPING GROUND REGULATIONS: See Navigation and Navigable Waters,
33 CFR Part 205. EDUCATION, COAST GUARD: See Navigation and Navigable Waters, 33 CFR
Part 4. EDUCATION, MERCHANT MARINE: See Shipping, 46 CFR Parts 133, 261. EDUCATION, MILITARY: See Army: War Department, 10 CFR Parts 41-44,
62, 75. EDUCATION, NAVAL: See Navy, 34 CFR Part 4. EDUCATION OF INDIANS: See Indians, 25 CFR Parts 41-47. EDUCATION, VOCATIONAL: See Public Welfare, 45 CFR Chapters I-IV. EGGS EXCHANGES : See Commodity and Securities Exchanges, 17 CFR Part 5. ELECTRIC POWER IN GENERAL: See Conservation of Power, 18 CFR Chap
ter I. ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS, FLATHEAD AND SAN CARLOS IRRIGATION
PROJECTS: See Indians, 25 CFR Parts 131, 132. ELECTRIC RAILROADS: See Transportation and Railroads, 49 CFR Chapter I. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT, LAMPS, METHANE DETECTORS: TESTS FOR
PERMISSIBILITY; FEES : See Mineral Resources, 30 CFR Parts 18–25. ELECTRICAL TRADE PRACTICE RULES: See Commercial Practices, 16 CFR
Parts 84, 87. EMERGENCY BANKING REGULATIONS: See Money and Finance: Treasury,
31 CFR Part 121. EMERGENCY CROP AND FEED SECTION: See Agricultural Credits, 6 CFR
Parts 110-112. EMERGENCY RADIO SERVICE: See Telecommunication, 47 CFR Part 10.
TITLE 20–EMPLOYEES' BENEFITS
Part Chapter I-United States Employees' Compensation Commission.... 1 Chapter II-Railroad Retirement Board..
201 Chapter III—Social Security Board..
401 CROSS REFERENCES Employees' tax and the employers' tax under Title VIII of the Social Security
Act: See Internal Revenue, 26 CFR Part 401. Employers' tax, employees' tax and employees' representatives tax under the
Carriers Taxing Act of 1937: See Internal Revenue, 26 CFR Part 410. Excise tax on employers under Title IX of the Social Security Act: See Internal Revenue, 26 CFR Part 400. CHAPTER I–UNITED STATES EMPLOYEES'
COMPENSATION COMMISSION Part
Part SUBCHAPTER A—United States Em- 24 Compensation for disability and ployees' Compensation Act
death 1 Claims for compensation and ad- SUBCHAPTER C-Longshoremen's and ministrative procedure
Harbor Workers' Compensation 2 Furnishing of medical treatment
Act 3 Cases involving the liability of a 31 General administrative provisions third party
32 Authorization of insurance carriers SUBCHAPTER B-Extensions of the 33 Authorization of self-insurers United States Employees' Compen- 34 Issuance of certificates of compli. sation Act to Emergency Relief
ance Employees, Eurolled Personnel in
SUBCHAPTER D-District of Colum. the Civilian Conservation Corps,
bia Workmen's Compensation Law and Others 21 Claims for compensation and ad- 42 Authorization of insurance carriers
41 General administrative provisions ministrative procedure
43 Authorization of self-insurers 22 Furnishing of medical treatment
44 Issuance of certificates of compli23 Cases involving the liability of a
ance third party Subchapter A–United States Employees'
Sec. 1.1 General provisions; definitions. 1.10 Report by employee of employ1.2 Notice of injury by employee.
ment and earnings. 1.3 Reports by official superiors of in- 1.11 Report of efforts to obtain emjuries to employees.
ployment. 1.4 Claim for compensation for dis- 1.12 Report of death. ability.
1.13 Original claims for death benefits.
1.14 Claims for continuance of com1.5 Waiver not authorized. 1.6 Report of termination of disabil- 1.15 Termination of the right to com
pensation on account of death. ity or return to work.
pensation for death. 1.7 Recurrence of disability for work. 1.16 Change in status of beneficiaries 1.8 Claims for continued compensa- affecting compensation for death. tion for disability.
1.17 Burial expenses. 1.9 Employee's obligation to return to 1.18 Embalming and transportation of work or to seek work when able. bodies of deceased employees.
Page 1 *88 1.1 to 1.21, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 32, 39 Stat. 749; 5 U.S.C. 783.
Sec. 1.19 Payments by mistake.
1.21 Confidential nature of records and 1.20 Injuries to members of the Naval papers relating to injury or Reserve.
death of employees. Section 1.1 General provisions; definitions. The administration of the United States Employees' Compensation Act of September 7, 1916 (39 Stat. 742; 5 U.S.C. 751-793), as amended, is vested by said Act in the United States Employees' Compensation Commission. The said Act authorizes the Commission to make necessary rules and regulations for the enforcement of the Act and to decide all questions arising under the Act. The Commission is authorized by said Act, upon consideration of a claim presented by a beneficiary and official reports pertaining to injury or death sustained by a civil employee of the United States while in the performance of duty and upon completion of such investigation as it may deem necessary, to determine the facts and make an award for or against payment of the compensation provided for in said Act. The Commission has power, under the provisions of the said Act, to issue subpoenas for and compel the attendance of witnesses within a radius of 100 miles, to require the production of books, papers, documents, and other evidence, to administer oaths, and to examine witnesses, upon any matter within the jurisdiction of the Commission. In the absence of fraud or mistake in mathematical calculations, the finding of facts in, and the decision of the Commission upon, the merits of any claim presented under or authorized by said Act, if supported by competent evidence, shall not be subject to review by any other administrative or accounting officer, employee, or agent of the United States.
All employees of the United States and other persons who may claim or be entitled to claim benefits under the said Act, and the official superiors of all such persons, shall be bound by the regulations in this chapter and shall conform to the procedure prescribed in said Act and in the regulations under this chapter. The term "official
“ superior," as used in this chapter includes all officers and employees having responsible supervision, direction or control of civil employees, members of the Naval Reserve, or others employed in the service of the Federal Government or the government of the District of Columbia. For the purposes of the regulations in this chapter the term "employee" as used in this chapter shall include, in addition to civil employees of the United States, employees of the government of the District of Columbia (except members of the Police and Fire Departments of the District of Columbia), officers and enlisted men of the United States Naval Reserve, and other persons performing service for the United States within the purview of said Act and all acts in amendment, substitution or extension thereof.
The term "Commission" as used in this chapter means the United States Employees' Compensation Commission. All definitions appearing in said Act, as amended, shall be applicable with respect to the regulations promulgated under this chapter.*+
tin 88 1.1 to 1.21, inclusive, the numbers correspond with the respective section numbers in the Regulations under the United States Employees Com.