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CONTENTS

PRINCIPAL STATUTES

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Federal Aviation Act of 1958.
Department of Transportation Act

OTHER STATUTES AND RELATED MATERIALS
Airport:

Act Relating to Public Airports ---
Alaskan Airports-
Department of Interior Airports..
Federal Airport Act--
Government Surplus Airports and Equipment.
International Aviation Facilities Act...
Interstate Compacts Relating to Airport Facilities-
Second Washington Airport Act....
Supplemental Appropriation Act of 1940.-
Washington National Airport, Administration..

Washington National Airport, Jurisdiction...
Air Mail:

Air Mail and Air Parcel Post--
Authority to Transport Mail.

Transportation of Mail by Air.
Antitrust:

Clayton Act...

Sherman Act.
Criminal:

Aircraft Confiscation Act.
Crimes in Flight over the High Seas.
Embezzlement and Theft ---
Stowaways.--
Willful Damaging of Aircraft -

Willful Damaging of Property Moving in Commerce-
Labor:

National Labor Board, Decision No. 83.

Railway Labor Act...
Procedure:

Administrative Procedure, Administrative Conference, and Judicial

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Review----
Hearing Examiners (Appointment and Removal]-
Reorganization Plan No. 13 of 1950.

Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1961..
Miscellaneous:

Communications Act of 1934, provisions in...
Control of Transportation Systems in Time of War.
Defense Production Act of 1950, provisions in..
Equipment Trust Provisions
Federal Explosives Act, provisions in..
Government Guaranty of Equipment Loans Act.
Immigration and Nationality Act, provisions in
Interstate Commerce Act, provisions in Part II.
Regulation of Aeronautics in the Canal Zone.
Tariff Act of 1930, provisions in.
Transportation Act of 1940, provisions in.
Uniform Time Act of 1966.--

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(Mortgage Convention).

International Air Services Transit Agreement.

Standard Form of Bilateral Air Transport Agreement (1953)

Standard Form of Bilateral Air Transport Agreement (1960).

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Act Relating to Public Airports.--

Administrative Conference

Administrative Procedure, Administrative Conference and Judicial Re-

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Agreement Relating to Liability Limitations of the Warsaw Convention

and the Hague Protocol.--

Air Coordinating Committee, Termination of, see E.O. 10883-

Air Mail and Air Parcel Post

Air Transport Agreement, Standard Forms (1953 and 1960)

Aircraft Confiscation Act

Alaskan Airports

Antitrust Laws, see Sherman Act and Clayton Act

Appointment and removal of hearing examiners --

Authority to Delegate, see Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1961

Authority to Transport Mail.---

Bilateral Air Transport Agreement (1953 Standard Form)

Bilateral Air Transport Agreement (1960 Standard Form)

Canal Zone Administration, see E.O. 11305.-

Canal Zone, Regulation of Aeronautics in

Chicago Convention, Convention on International Civil Aviation --
Civil Aeronautics Board, Authority to Delegate, see Reorganization Plan

No. 3 of 1961.----
Civil Aeronautics Board, Emergency Preparedness Functions, see E.O.

11090.---
Civil Aeronautics Board, Transfer of Functions to Chairman, see Reorgan-

ization Plan No. 13 of 1950.
Clayton Act.
Communications Act of 1934, provisions in..
Control of Transportation Systems in Time of War -
Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago Convention)
Convention on International Civil Aviation, Protocol amending-----
Convention on the International Recognition of Rights in Aircraft (Mort-

gage Convention)-----

Crimes in Flight over the High Seas ------

Damaging of Aircraft-

Damaging of Property Moving in Commerce..

Defense Mobilization Office, see E.O. 10480..
Defense Production Act of 1950, provisions in
Delegation of Authority by the Civil Aeronautics Board, see Reorganiza-

tion Plan No. 3 of 1961.-
Delegation of Authority to the Secretary of Defense and the Administrator
of the F.A.A., see E.O. 11047

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Department of Interior Airports...

Department of Transportation Act--

Embezzlement and Theft.---.

Emergency Planning, Office of, see E.O. 11051.

Emergency Preparedness Functions of the Administrator of the F.A.A.,

see E.O. 11003.

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Emergency Preparedness Functions of the Civil Aeronautics Board, see

E.O. 11090...

Emergency Preparedness Functions of the Secretary of Commerce, see

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E.O. 10999.---

Equipment Loans, Government Guaranty of
Equipment Trust Provisions
Executive Orders, see Table of Contents for numerical listing.

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Explosives, see Federal Explosives Act..
Federal Airport Act---
Federal Airport Act Functions, see E.O. 10536.
Federal Aviation Act, Extension of, see E.O. 10854.
Federal Aviation Act of 1958..
Federal Explosives Act, provisions in----
Government Guaranty of Equipment Loans Act.
Government Surplus Airports and Equipment..
Hague Protocol (and Warsaw Convention).
Hearing Examiners (Appointment and Removal)
Immigration and Nationality Act, Provisions in.
International Air Services Transit Agreement.
International Aviation Facilities Act.---
International Civil Aviation, Convention on.
International Civil Aviation Convention Protocol amending.
International Recognition of Rights in Aircraft, Convention on..
Interstate Commerce Act, Provisions in Part II.-
Interstate Compacts relating to Airport Facilities.
Judicial Review, generally ---
Labor disputes, see Railway Labor Act--
Liability Limitations of the Warsaw Convention and Hague Protocol,

Agreement Relating to---
Mortgage Convention (International Recognition of Rights in Aircraft) -
Multilateral Conventions and Related Materials...
National Labor Board, Decision No. 83_-
Office of Defense Mobilization, see E.O. 10480.-
Office of Emergency Planning, see E.O. 11051.
Public Airports, see Act Relating to Public Airports.
Public Information..
Railway Labor Act..
Regulation of Aeronautics in the Canal Zone...
Reorganization Plan No. 13 of 1950.-
Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1961..
Restraints on Commerce and Monopolies, see Clayton Act..
Restraints on Commerce and Monopolies, see Sherman Act.
Rome Convention..
Ryukyu Islands, Regulation of Air Transportation in, see E.O. 11326.
Second Washington Airport Act.
Sherman ActCA
Standard Form of Bilateral Air Transport Agreement (1953).
Standard Form of Bilateral Air Transport Agreement (1960).
Stowaways.-
Supplemental Appropriation Act of 1940.
Tariff Act of 1930, Provisions in.--
Time, see Uniform Time Act of 1966..
Tokyo Convention..
Transportation, see Department of Transportation Act--
Transportation Act of 1940, provisions in...
Transportation of Mail by Air.
Uniform Time Act of 1966.
Wake Island and Midway Island, Administration of, see E.O. 11048.
Warsaw Convention (and Hague Protocol)..
Wartime Control of Transportation Systems.
Washington National Airport, Administration..
Washington National Airport, Jurisdiction...
Willful Damaging of Aircraft.-
Willful Damaging of Property Moving in Commerce.

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FEDERAL AVIATION ACT OF 1958

[Act of August 23, 1958, 72 Stat. 731; as amended by Act of July 8,

1959, 73 Stat. 180; Act of August 25, 1959, 73 Stat. 427; Act of June 29, 1960, 74 Stat. 255; Act of July 12, 1960, 74 Stat. 445; Act of September 13, 1960, 74 Stat. 901; Act of July 20, 1961,75 Stat. 210; Act of September 5, 1961,75 Stat. 466; Act of September 13, 1961, 75 Stat. 497; Act of September 20, 1961, 75 Stat. 523; Act of October 4, 1961, 75 Stat. 785; Act of July 10, 1962, 76 Stat. 143; Act of October 11, 1962, 76 Stat. 832; Act of October 15, 1962, 76 Stat. 921; Act of October 15, 1962, 76 Stat. 936; Act of June 30, 1964, 78 Stat. 236; Act of August 14, 1964, 78 Stat. 4.0; Act of November 8, 1965, 79 Stat. 1310; Act of June 13, 1966, 80 Stat. 199; and Act of October 15, 1966, 80 Stat. 931.]"

AN ACT To continue the Civil Aeronautics Board as an agency of the United States, to

create a Federal Aviation Agency, to provide for the regulation and promotion of civil aviation in such manner as to best foster its development and safety, and to provide for the safe and efficient use of the airspace by both civil and military aircraft, and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act, divided into titles and sections according to the following table of contents, may be cited as the "Federal Aviation Act of 1958":

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE I-GENERAL PROVISIONS
Sec. 101. Definitiong.
Sec. 102. Declaration of policy: The Board.
Sec. 103. Declaration of policy: The Administrator.
Sec. 104. Public right of transit.

TITLE II-CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD; GENERAL POWERS OF BOARD Sec. 201. Continuation of existing Board.

(a) General
(b) Qualifications of members.
(c) Quorum, principal office, and seal.

1 The Department of Transportation Act (Public Law 89-670, approved October 15, 1966 ; 80 Stat. 931), effective April 1, 1967, which appears at page 100 of this publica tion,'transferred the functions, powers, and duties previously exercised by the Civil Aeronautics Board under titles vi and VII of the Federal Aviation Act of 1958 to the National Transportation Safety Board, established in the Department of Transportation. This transfer was effected by section 6(d) of the Act (see page 109). The Act also transferred the functions, powers, and duties exercised prior to its effective date by the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Agency to the Secretary of Transportation or to the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, established in the Department of Transportation. This transfer was effected by section 6(c)(1) of the Act (see page 108). These changes in the Federal Aviation Act are indicated by appropriate footnotes to the provisions affected. In general, reference to the “Administrator" is deemed to mean the "Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration" in view of the provisions of section 12(d) of the Act (see page 121). Designated references to the "Board" are also deemed to mean the "National Transportation Safety Board" in view of the provisions of section 12(d).

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