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PUBLICATION  NO: 2575 


REEL  NO: 29 


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TITLE:  FEDERAL  REGISTER 


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VOLUME: 


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DATE:  April  1,  1945-May  31,  1945 


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INDEX,  April  1945 


Pafe-e 


AC'CXll'MS    BURE-M'        Srr    Treasury 

l>partmer.t, 
\nRI('ULTX'RE  DEPARTMENT 

Entaviokiffy   (I'nd    Pla'.t   Quara'i- 

tfie  B'ureau 
Fa'-m   Crrdxt   /drnint'f --atio'; 
Fa'-'m  Sem^tty  Adnnnist'^atifiv  . 
Fedr-^al  C^op  In'u^ar.cf  Corpn'a- 

t:<,"i 
Hii'al     F.lert'i'iCiaui'i     Aiiviinis- 

t'at\o'i 
War   Food   Adrn'ii'-f  atio'i . 
^:irpl\is   propfTty.   disposal    of 

Desifmntldn     as     disposal     agenry 

.S>f  Surplus  Property  Board 
iJ.yposa!  authority  with  respect  to 
agricultural  and  forest  real 
property  delegated  to  Oover- 
noT  of  Farm  Credit  Adminis- 
tration..     _-    

ALIEN   PROPERTY   CUSTODIAN 

Copyrights,    licensing   transactions. . 
\>stlng  orders 

Ar.dermann,    Priedn 

Anrtermann.  George    .. . 

n.ichman,  Hertha  FMedn  K 

Harnbeck.    Anna    

Herger   Arpad 

Bernstein    Leo   (Israel) 

Bernstein.  Sigmund 

Bcrtuccl.  Joseph  C 

B  rkowltz.    WiUiani    

B.ilh,  Elizabeth   iMrs    Joseph) 

H^'th,  Terez   (Theresiel . 

Braun.  Gertrude  Weng ^. 

Bieitman    Bernard 

Central    American    Plfimailons 

Corp -  _     . 

Chnstensen,    Christ 

C  ipyrlghts 

Hungarian    motion    picture    f^lni 

owners .    

Japanese    motiwu    picture     film 

owners _    _ 

Dcmartml    (De  Martini  i,  Juseph.. 

Disielhorst.     William 

iJoinmerque.  FYanz  J 

Edenhcfer,  Hildegard  Klein 

Edenhofer.  Jacob   (Jack) 

E  nies.    Else 

tiiass.  WUUam  F . .. 

Hallier.  Anna ._      .. 

Havemann.    Richard 

Heck.  Michael  Robert 

He  rz,  Mark  us . 

Koffmeyer,   L . 

Hubbard,  Alice  Gray 

Huber.  Mrs    Jakob 

H  itjgler.  Anna 

Jacobson.   S<.5ren 

Jaeger.  Adeline 

Johannes.  Otto 

Kalle  &  C<i    A    G    


4  647 

4195 

4-72 
4672 
404  5 
4160 
41  HO 
3651 
3f'51 
3927 
4613 
Ho66 
3.S66 
4<j45 
4160 

4045 


3*;  50 

3651 
4161 
4045 
4161 
3880 
3880 
4C71 
4613 
4672 
4161 
3B79 
4614 
4675 
392H 
4113 
4614 
3927 
4162 
4162 
4273 


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AIJEN  PROPER  rV'  CUSTODIAN    -C or. 
Vi  sting  orders — Continued, 

K;ni*hlta,  Sakulrhl :'°'8 

K:o,<:termftnn     Henry 4164 

K'>eh:er,    Bertha 3928 

Koeiuc    M;i,nl.'    4213 

Krue,  Ainalia  F   4675 

K:7,ewickl,    Adam i r<937 

1  aub,    EllZAbeth 4162 

I,e',mbru('k     .Anita 4045 

Lexow    E.i^e 4614 

l.'.iy.   A     W      Inc 35P6 

Mann,     Enulie    4676 

Mai.r.    Frank  D 4615 

Mareli.i,   Chri? 4672 

Marton     There/ia ;<566 

M  .rx     Eh.ise   Castle .    ._.  4'P3 

Mht.Miria     I     (Ishlchil 4044 

Melrhii  r   Alexander 4u45 

Meyer    ThmnasC 4615 

Mincyer   i  MInzer  ),  Albert  Bela 4163 

M  leller    Charles 4163 

Muher.   Amalia. 4045 

Nawllcki,    Joseph 3928 

Neumann      Use..    _, 4159 

Nicisen,      Ai,::e      Durtithea      Mai- 

grethe 3-27 

N.es,  William 3879 

Niibel    Wilhelmme _  3652 

Otienbacher.    Esther. .  4164 

Ore    f;    Chemical    Corp 4113 

Orlob,     Josephine 4272 

Oiiob,   William ...  4272 

Qith,    Caroline    Sophie 4673 

Pasche,  Henry  Josef 4n73 

Pateiitb,    Germany: 

Aktiebolaget  Kemiska  Patenter.  4274 

American  Lurgi  Corporation 4274 

Bfk      Ernst    Gideon 4274 

Car'  br<  ns'e      Rohrenwerke      Ge- 

.'-ehschaft  m.  b,  H 4273 

I    G,   Farbenlndustrle 4275 

I.,  Iff   Jakob 4274 

Luri^i  Apparatebau  G.  m    b    H.  4272, 

4275 
Lurt'i    Gesellschaft    fur    Cheni.e 

ui.d  Hiutenwesen  m   b    H._  4272. 

4274.4275 
Lurt-,!    Cjcseiischaft    fur    Warmc- 

technik  m.  b.  H 4272  4275 

Mctallgeselbchaft  A.  G 4272. 

4274,  4275 

Stelnb.xk,  A    G 4274 


Nos.  6ft-^3 


Page 
ALIEN  PROPERTY  CUSTODIAN  -Con. 
W'bt.ng  oruers — Continued 

Peifinl,  J,;hn  Emilio    (Gk- vanr.i  i  .  .  4676 

Prell,    Mane        .       .    4209 

Rer.ner,  Frederick  O 4616 

Resuch     Lculsa 4672 

Robrecht,    A;bcrt-_. 3567 

Robrecht.    Wilhelm 3567 

Rx'ca   JohnA    (Jack  GiacomoA.).  4673 

Sauer,    Bertha 4616 

Sawlenske,    Juliai.na 4210 

Schmidt,    Ernest 4045 

Srhmldt    Gertrud  C 4210 

Sempie,    W.;.iam    f _  3927 

Stclnei      Anna 4«16 

S'.ieger     Vmcen' 4674 

S-ork    Ida        4669 

Stuinpf     Marie 4045 

laeliapletra    Teresa   C 4670 

Takara,   Chiyoko.. 4275 

Uesugl    Siimio 4210 

Veeck,    Hi;de_ 4670 

Velth,    Edward    G 4670 

\ernon,    FVii.i.y    LawTence "9:8 

V    !i    Albertl     Edward          4.:; 

\    ;i   Schlotheim,   Mabel   Pame.    ..  4211 

Wpickeri,    George.    _.  4'2'. 2 

Wendel,    Emma 4212 

W.lUams,   Nellie  C 4212 

WoUersheiir.,    Leonaiu  - 4213 

WwUpert,  Ju'.ia  E 4*-" "4 

WoUstem.  Gertrude 46'4 

Yamamoto.  B     (Eddie) 4:  "5 

Zadek    Herrmann 46"! 

^-lerchcr    Mary 42',  ^ 

Zurcher   Kreszcnz 4^',  4 

B 

BI.CK  KED   NATIONALS; 

P:oc. aimed  list    Revision  IX    Cuir.u- 

iat.ve    Supplement    2 3796 

C 

CENSORSHIP     OFFICE    OF 

Dl*-posa!  of  condemned  mr.!  n:ftt'e»- 
regulations   Issued    jcir.tly    w:th 

Poet  Office  Department 3560 

CHILD  HEALTH  DAY    1945  (Proclan.a- 

t'on  2647  i 4009 

CHILDREN  S   BLTIEAU 

Crippled    children:    diagnostic    serv- 
ices  3562 

CITIES  SERVICE  REFINING  CORPO- 
RATION, posseseicn  and  operatioj-j 
by  Petroleum  Administratcir  o! 
jiiants  and  facilities  located  in  and 
aiound  Lake  Charles    La     authcr- 

ized  (Executive  Order  9540 .  4193 

CIVIL    AERONAUTICS    ADMINISTRA- 
TOR; 
A;rway   traffic   control    area.--,    desti,'- 

nations,  etc 3s'41  4593 

Civil  airwayr.:  designations,  etc..  by4i  4:92 

Rari;o  fixes;  designations,  etc 39^1    ^b^i 


620t0-  4S 


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TXnFY     4nri7   1945 


TKniTY      Ant-il    IQdH 


INDEX,  April  1945 


Page 
CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD; 
Air  carriers 

Air  carrier  rules.   niuUieugme  air- 
craft operation  over  water        -      4238 
Opcratnig   certlflcatlon 

Competeucy  requirements  ft>r 
nrst  pilots,  at  certain  air- 
ports;   mcdlflcatlon .      3795 

MviltlenKine  aircraft  require- 
ments   for    operation    over 

w.ucr 4^88 

Piis8enk,'er     nnnimum     requlre- 

mei'.ts  ._- 4288 

A.rmi'U       physical      standards      for. 

third  class      _    ..    - .  -      3795 

Airplane  airworthiness,  mul'ienglne 
airplanes  not  certitlcated  in  the 
transport  caie^ory.  mcxllfled  per- 
formance requirement  -  —  3793 
AIa.slta;  hearings  on  air  transporta- 
tion of   mall,   properly,   etc,   by 

certain   airlines    .    4008 

Mall    certmration    by    P().Ht  master 

Oen'-rtxl,    Juneuu-Ketchlkan         4509, 

4547   4668 
Hearums.  etc 

Alaska  COKsial  Airlines... 4509 

Bianiff   Airway*,   Inc 3649 

KllLS  Air  Transport 4r308 

Ketchikan  Air  Service 4508 

I.meiia  Aerea.s  M'Xlcanas.  3  A.    .    -     4668 

National    Airlines,    Inc 3718 

Waterman     Airlines,     Inc,     (Latin 

American    csiset -      3718 

InvestiKatlon  of  aircraft  accident  uc- 
cuirlnK  near  Morganlown.  We■^it 
Virginia  - 4209 

CIVIL  SERVICE 

Probational  appointn\enl  of  persons 
who  lost  opportunity  for  .such 
appointment  because  of  entry 
Into  armed  farces,  certification 
authorized       (Executive      Order 

9538 1  .    4057 

Veterans'  preference;  appeals  under 
Veterans'  Preference  Act  ut  1944, 

regulations    amended 4194 

War  service  regulatlona;   rating  and 

elUtbility.    -    -  3507 

COAL  MINES,  possession  and  opera- 
tion of  Srr  Interior  Depart- 
ment 

COA3T  GUARD 

Coast   Guard    Auxiliary,    regulatlon.s 

revised -- 4:^56 

Coast  Guard  Roserve:  temporary  of- 
ficers, appointment  and  promo- 
tion .  ..      ---     4065 

Inspection  and  navigation 

ESmergency  regulations;  deck  ofll- 
cers'  proficiency  In  communi- 
cations, waiver  of  certain  re- 
quirements regarding  certifi- 
cates of  Inspection  In  case  of 
vessels  engaged  In  war  busi- 
ness               -  3562 

Equipment,    approvals    of    nusct-1- 

laneous    items     3937,4191,4251,4589 
Marine   engineering. 

Materials;  seamless  copper  pipe.     3697 
Piping  systems    seamless  copjier 

pipe 3697 

MotorboatB,    numbering   of 4266 

Ocuan  and  coastwise,  metallic  life- 
boats manufactured  by  Globe 
American  Corporation,  waiver 
of  Inspection  regulations  to 
permit  use  on  vessels  con- 
nected with  ccnduct  of  war..  4666 
Seaman  s  document,  new  simpli- 
fied; notice  of  public  hearing 
with  respect  to  proposed 
amendments  to  provide  for,.  3880 
Tank  vessels : 

General  provisions:  definition 
of  teim  '  Re:d  vapor  pres- 
sure"      3562 


COAST  GUARD— Continued. 

In.spectlon  and   navigation — Con. 
Tank  vesselts — Continued 

Llfe.Havmg  appliances,  speciflra- 
tluiis,  waiver  of  regulations 
to  permit  use  of  metallir, 
lifeboats  manufactured  by 
Globe  American  Corpora- 
tion   on    vessels    connected 

with  Conduct  of  war . 

Waivers  of  navigation  and  inspec- 
tion laws  for   vessels   engaged 
in   war  business: 
Dffk      omcers.      proficiency      In 
comn.u  meat  ions,          certifi- 
cates  of    inspection 

LifftiMiits,  metallic.  manuf:i' - 
tuied  by  Globe  American 
Corporation,  use  on  certain 
vessfls . 

COMMEIiCE  DEPARTMENT: 

Scr  CnU   A'Tunautics  Admrii'itrator. 

Cv  \l  ArronautWf  Board 
Surplu.s  property  disposal 

Ues'gnation     a<<     disposal     a^'^ncy. 

See  Surplu.s  Pro[)<Tiy  Board 
Ofnce  f)f  Surplus  Property  of  Pro- 
curement Divi.sion  of  Treasury 
Dtpartment    transferred    (Ex- 
ecutive   Order   95411 

COMMODITY       CREDIT       CORPORA- 
TION 
Export  programs: 

Cotton 

Whe;it   flour 

U»44     le  vocal  ion 

1945'  46 -    

P.iynient  programs:  canned  f(M)d8 
prodtired  from  designated  vege- 
tables   agreement   wuh   canneis 

amended-    

Res'rictlons  on  purchase,  sule  and 
use  of  cotlon-seed,  1914  crop. 
termination    ,    -    

CON7R\CT     SETTLEMENT,     OFFICE 
OF 
Statement  c  f  Cost  Principles  regard- 
ing     fixed-price      oupply      con- 
tracts,    I'ermlnatlon  CiiSt   Mem- 
orandum   U  . . 


Page. 


4666 


:i'')62 


466« 


4253 


4647 

4522 

4521 


4'.:>2 


3606 


Page 
DEFENSE  TRANSPORTATION  OFFICE 
OF — Continued 
Commercial  motor  vehicles,  new,  ra- 
tioning of      See  Rationing,  main 
headfig 
Joint  action  plan?   submission  of  in 
listed  areas.     See  Motor  vehicle 
services,    coordination 
Line  haul  service:  collection  and  de- 
livery of  shipments: 
Ixjulfilana.  Shreveport  area 
New    Mexico: 

Ratcjii  aiea 

Roswell  area   .-. 3881 

Texas.    Waco  area 4369 

M  itnr  vehicle  services,  coordination; 
Freight   .services 

ABC   Truck  Lines.  Inc 

Als  Auto  Express 

Alabama  Moving  &  Storage  Co.. 

American  Trucking  Co 468 

Arlzt)na  Expres.-,  Inr 37(^ 

Ashfork   Water  Works  A:   Trans- 
fer  .    

Associated  Traasport.  Inc.. 
Atlantic  States  Motor  Line*,  Inc. 

Auto  Express 

Baltimore  Transfer  Co   of  Balti- 
more City 


I    CURTXJMS  BUREAU 

Customs  ports  of  enfr-;.    Marshfleld 
Ciri'Knii     name   changed    ui   Coos 

Bay     Oregon.     

Customs  regula'ions- 

Articles  conditionally  free,  subject 

to   reduced   rate,   etc 

nvr\wt)!ick-  . 

Information.    dl<<clos\ire    tt,     cu.i- 
tfims  records  and  d^^uments. 
Linbtllty   for  duties: 

Invoices:    when   not   required  — 
Landing  and  delivery  of  articles 
for   which   immediate  deliv- 
ery Is  neceFsary 

LUiuldatlnn  of  duties . 

Tran.'pnrtation  in  bond  and  mer- 
chandise in  transit  - 
Warehou''es.  bonded  smelting, 
withdrawal  for  exportation 
from  one  port  to  be  credited 
on   warehouse   ledger  accotint 

nt  another  p'lrt. 

Wo<il  invfiices 


3925 

3607 

4289 

3V)2 

4289 
4289 


4239 
3902 

3902 


3.')65 
3721 


D 

DEFENSE  SUPPLIES  CORPORATION 

Livestock  slaughter  payments .       4241 

Authority  to  make     See  Economic 
Stabilization.  Office  of 
Petroleum      compensatory      adjust- 
ments; mid-continent  crude  4108 

DEFTOISE     TRANSPORTA^nON,      OF- 
FICE OF: 
Authority,    delegations    of:    Railway 
Transport    Department,    Assist- 
ant   Director    to    issue    certain 
special  permits 4360 


3568 


3569 


467H 
370.=. 
388S* 


4114 

4'-H 
46H. 
370' 

4374 


Barker    D   F 454)' 

Batson  Transfer  Co - 

Bedwell  Truck  Line. 

Bennett's  Transportation   Co 

Benison  Bros 

Bent  ley  Express  Co  ,  Inc 37(4 

Bmghamton     Windsor     Freight 

Service 

Blue     &     Gray     Transportation 

C^j 3573,  46: 

Bonlfleld  Brothers  Truck  Unes. 


35"; 

357'; 

45.V) 
2W: 


39'^ 


3571 


Bos  Freight  Line.  Inc 411 


Bowser    Truck    Line.    Inc. 


3.'iT 


4t^H  i 
4.'>4:i 

39S'.' 
370,^ 
3B8.. 


4374 
4i;4 

3j7; 
3707 
3 '74 

4,r; 
4J':  ■ 

4678 
4371 
39H9 

4114 


Bra.swell.  J    J ^BM 

Brazle.  Royal  M    ..    

Brooks  Transpt)rtatlon  Co  .  Inc 
Bruner.  Max,  Truck  Line     - 
Brunner     Bros.     Storage     Ware 

house.- -' 

Ciuion,   Frank   J 

Chastain   Transfer   Line 

Checker  Van  A  Storage  Co 357,=l 

Clinton  Transfer  it  Storage  Co..     411^ 

Clipper  City  Transit  Co 37('7 

Cochrane   Transportation   Co 

Commercial  Motor  Freight,  Inc. 

Conncctlcut  Transfer,  Inc 

Cjpe.   H.  B   

Corbin   Transfer  &  Coal  Co 

C<.urier  Express,  Inc 

Coward,  C    A —    

Crants.    Elmer    H   

Crews,  L    T.  Truck  Lines. 

CroUGe.  Ira    ..    

Dart   Moving  Co 

Dayton-Chllllcothe    Transporta- 
tion   Co 

Dicks   Express    3575 

Dicks  Van  <t  Storage.. 3575 

Dixie  Ohio   E:xpres6  Co 3573 

Dijwless,   T.   C     3705 

Doyle   Freight   Lines 39CK1 

Driver,  Q    D  .  Moving  and  Stor- 
age  Co 

Eddins   Truck    Line 

England   Bros    Truck   Line 4116 

Faltln.  J.  E,  Motor  Transporta- 
tion.            39^^ 

Far-Go  Truck  Lines 3578 

Farrar.   W     P    -  3^79 

Faultless  Trucking  Co 3705 

Fayettevllle  Transfer  Co 4.tH 

Ferguson    Transfer   Co 4215 

Ferrell's  Greene   Freight   Line..     3992 
Fidelity  Storage  and  Warehouse 

Co  .  Inc 4i':i 

Fulford    Van    and    Storage    C<.> 

Inc 

Gateway  City  Transfer  Co  ,  Inc. 

C;eneral  Transfer  Co 

Glbsoa  Transfer  Co 


3575 
37-74 


4:.  7-1 
45'4 
4215 


Page    ; 
DET'ENSE  TRANSPORTATION.  OFFICE  . 

OF — Continued 
Motor  vehicle  services,  coordination — 
Continued. 
Freight  services — Continued 

Glendenning  Motorways.  Inc     .  3576 
Gordon      Storage      Warehouses, 

Inc 4512 

Great  Coastal  Express.  Inc 4680 

Great  Neck  Storage  Co..  Inc 4510 

Green  Bay-Chicago  Lines 3707 

Greenwood  Transfer  &  Coal  Co  3707 

Oner.  W    R.Jr.. •46fe0 

Hancock  Truck  Lines    Inc 3571 

Hargls  Truck  Unes,  Inc 3578 

Hams  Express    -. .--  3992 

Harris  Truck  Line 4550 

Hartman  8  Lebanon  Transporta- 
tion  Co.. 3577 

Harvln.  C.  A     Jr  .  Truck  Line..  3703. 

3ti89 
Hayes  Freight  Lines.  Inc...   3571.  3703 

Henderson.  A.  E  ,  Truck  Line...  4117 

HerrinKton.    Wallace 4548 

Hess  Motor  Express 4511 

Highway  Motor  Freight.  Inc..  .  4512 

Hodge.  Cecil 3703,  3884,  3989,  4550 

Holland  Transfer  and  Storage..  4373 

Hooks   Motor   Lines 4680 

Howard  Transfer  Van  and  Stor- 
age Co..    -  4373 

Howard  Truck  Lines ..  3«85 

Hunt  Freight  Lines 4678 

Inter-City  Trucking  Co 3578 

Inter-Stat«   Motor   Freight    Syt- 

tenT 3992 

Jack-Green  Co,   Inc 4117 

Jackson  Transfer  Co   42!7 

Jackson  Truck  Lines 3885 

Johnson  Freight  Lines.  Inc. . .  3573 

Johnson.  J.  H.    3885 

Jones  Transfer  Co,  Inc 4117 

Jones  Transfer  Line 3707 

Kelley,  Pred  G.  Inc 3883 

Kelly  Freight  Line 37oi 

L  A  8  Delivery  &  Transfer .  3705 

Lambert  Transfer  Co..    3702 

Lancaster    Transportation    Co..  3577 

Lawson  Trucking  Co 4551 

Lees.  W.  C  .  Transfer 3700 

Lee  Way  Motor  Freight,  Inc  ...  4116 

Lelcht  Transfer  A  Storage  Co..  3707 

Lyon  Van  A  Storage  Co 3581 

McLean    Trucking   Co,   Inc 4680 

McMath,  J    L,  Truck  Line .  4117 

Mahan,  Elzle  H 4114 

Malone  Freight  Lines.  Inc 4513 

Martin.  T.  D.  Truck  Line 4117 

Matthews.  O    L   4217 

Mauldln.  H.  H  .  Truck  Lines 4678 

Mcnning  A   Son 4511 

Mercury  Motors.  Inc 4116 

BtflUer.  O    T,  Truck  Lines 3571 

Moland  Bros.  Trucking  Co 3576 

Monflls     Transfer     and     Truck 

Line 3707 

Moore,  L  P 4117 

Motor  Express,  Inc 3574 

Motor  Freight  Express 4215 

Mozingos  Transfer 3580 

Murray  Transfer  Co 3579 

Naglee  Transportation,  Inc 4375 

National  Freight  Lines,  Inc 4115 

National  Motor  Express.  Inc 3704 

Nevada     Central     Motor     Lines. 

Inc 4679 

Nevr    Pennsylvania    Motor    Kx- 

pre««,  Inc 3577 

Niagara  Motor  Kxpreas.  Inc 4514 

Nile*  Carting 3992 

Northern  Transportation  Co 3707 

Nunn,  P.  O 4372 

Olson  Transportation  Co 3707 

Owl  Transfer   Co 3581 

Pacific  Freight  Lines 3701 

Painter.  Harold 4114 

Pan    Tranafer 3706 

Palmer  Transfer  Co 4215 

Palmetto  Motor  Express  Lines..  4216 

Parrlsh  Dray  Line,  Inc 3884.  4553 


INDEX,  AprU  1945 

Page 
DEFllNSE  TRANSPORTATION,  OFFICE 
OF — Continued. 
Motor  vehicle  servioes,  coordination- 
Continued 
Freight  services — Continued 

Peters  Transfer  A  Storage  Co..  3707 

Plerce-Rodolph  Storage  Co  .  Ltd.  3581 

Pleg    Transfer.. 3707 

Prairie  State  Motor  Freight  Co.  3703 

Prescott  Transfer  A  Storage  Co.  3701 

TiAbf  Brothers 3883 

Raeford   Trucking   Co 3700 

Rf.wlin.s<.in   Truck  Lines 3885 

Red  Ball  Transfer  Co 4215,  4512 

R*d  Ball  Van  Lines 4510 

Relmers  Transfer 3707 

Reliable    Transfer    Co 4217 

Revels.    C    J.    So"! 

Richards.  John 4117 

R.ss  A  Co  .  Inc 357R 

Roberts    Express.   Inc 3705  3990 

Rocco  Van  &  Storage  Co .  3883 

Rodger's  Motor  Lines.  Inc..   3706.4677 

Rohweder  Truck  Lines.  Inc 4374. 

4511 

Rutherford  Freight  Lines.  Inc..  42:6 

San    Francisco   Storage   Co 3581 

Sanders    Jesse.  Transfer  Co 3702 

S-hlottman    Transfer 3991 

Schneider  Transport  A  Storage, 

Inc 3707 

Service   Freight   Lines 3576 

Shanks  Truck  Line 3991 

Shirks   Motor    Express   Corpora- 
tion   3572 

Short  Freight  Lines 3^90 

Silver  Fleet  Motor  Express.  Inc.  3573 
Su-)ne.    Roy.    Transfer    Corpora- 
tion   454fl 

Stone's  Express,  Inc 4551 

Suddath  Moving  and  Storage  Co  . 

Inc 4373 

Summerford  Truck  Line 454D 

Taylor  Express  and  Truck  Lines.  3992 
Thomas,    R.   P.   Trucking    Com- 
pany.   Inc 4548 

Tidewater  Express  Lines.  Inc 3580 

Trl-State  Transportation  Co —  4374. 

4512 

Underbill.   Emily   C ..  4114 

Underhill.  Hubert  J 4114 

Valentine's  Express  Co 38?3 

Valley  Motor  Lines.  Inc 4679 

Van  Home.  Howard 4114 

Van's  M\3tor  Express .  4514 

Vlcksburg    Transfer    A    Storage 

Co 3991 

Ware.  Lester 3885 

Weber's  Motor  Freight  Express. .  4376 

Welghley  Transfer  Co 4514 

Welch,  Robert  Carl 3702 

West  Shore  Express 4215 

Wheeler  Transportation  Co 3707 

White   E   E 4512 

White  Line  Express 4677 

Whitworth.  C.  E 4371 

Williams.  B.  F..  Truck  Lines 3571 

Wilson  Storage  and  Transfer  Co  . 
Federal  Manager  of  Proper- 

fles    of 4374 

Wing's  Express.  Inc 3705 

Winkler's.  John,  Sons.  Inc 4510 

Wooleyhan  Transport  Co 3572.  4376 

Wygal.  Merle  M 4114 

Yarnall  Warehouse  and  Transfer 

Co..  Inc 4373 

Yates  Van  A  Storage 3675 

Yellow  Transfer  Co 4215 

Yopp.  Herbert  B 3580 

York  Motor  Express  Co 3580.  4215 

Joint  action  plans: 

Freight    serTlces:    companies 
listed.    See  Preight  services, 
a  bore. 
Taxicab  operators,  various  areas: 

Colorado;   Boulder 3886 

Idaho;   Lewtston 3886 

Montana;    Billings 3885 

New  York:  Newburgh  area 4164 

Oregon;   Coos  Bay  and  North 

Bend  area 4166,4551 


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DEFENSE  TRANSPORTATION  OFFICE 
OF — Continued 
Motor  vehicle  service*  coordination — 
Continued 
Passenger  services: 
Companlec: 

Coswell  Coach  Lu:ie.  Inc 4369 

Interstate  Transportation  Co.     4369 
Routes:  Providence.  R    I  -Tf.ur.- 

ton.    Mass 4''68 

Mittor   traffic   direction       See   Traffic 

movement   direction 
Rationing  of  new  commercial  motor 
vehicles       See    Rationing,    motn 
heading. 
Traffic  movement  direction : 

Exceptions,  permits,  etc  ;  move- 
ment of  asphalt,  asphhltum  or 
tar  in  railway  tank  cars   . .  .  3648 

Motor  trani-portation  from  or 
within  designated  areas:  Insh 
potatoes 45(5 

E 

ECONOMIC   STABILIZATION.   OFFICE 
OF: 
Economic  Stabilization  Board;  desig- 
nation of  Federal  Loan  Admin- 
istrator and  War  Food  Adminis- 
trator   as    members    of    lEitefu- 

tive  Order  9534) 3G€7 

Support  prices:  authorization  of  cer- 
tain   Government    agencies     to 
make  subsidy  payments    etc  : 
Defense      Supplies      Corporation; 
livestock  slaughter  payments: 
Additional,    for    cattle    slaugh- 
tered on  and  after  April   1, 

1945 3561 

For   cattle   slaughtered   on    and 

after  May  1    1945 4494 

Price  Administration  Office  of; 
certain  acts  in  support  of 
livestock    slaughter    payment 

program 44C4 

War  Food   Administration   and  or 
Commodity    Credit    Corpora- 
tion : 
Canned    vegetables,    1944    pack: 

extension  of  period 4108 

Dairy    production,     1945;     April 

rates  of  payment ...     41C8 

Sugar.   1945: 

Hawaiian  cane  sugar  produc- 
tion program 4545 

Puerto  Rican  raw  sugar  pro- 
duction and  purchase 
program ggigi 

EDUCA'nON,  OFFICE  OF: 

Fellowships  in  teacher  education, 
for  teachers  from  other  Ameri- 
can Republics:  regulations  re- 
scinded   4612 

EMERGENCY  BOARDS,  to  investigate 
and  report  on  disputes  between 
certain  railroads  and  their  em- 
ployees. See  National  Mediation 
Board . 

EMPLOYEES'  COMPENSATION  COM- 
MISSION, UNITED  STATES: 
War  Department  authorlSEed  to  proc- 
ess claims,  make  payntente  of 
benefits,  etc..  in  case  of  civilian 
employees  In  Australia  and 
Southwest  Pacific  area 4008 

ENGINEERS.  CORPS  OF.  See  War  De- 
partment. 

ENTOMOLOGY    AND    PLANT    QUAR- 
ANTINE BUREAU: 
Quarantine  notices,  domestic;  Mex- 
ican frultfly 4253 

EXECUTIVE  ORDERS: 

Airport,  at  Redmond,  Oregon,  con- 
trol of.    See  War  Department. 

Cities  Service  Refining  Corporation, 
possession  and  operation  of.  See 
Petroleum  Administrator. 


4 


INDEX,  AprU  1945 


Page 


Page 


3667 


3667 


3721 


4691 


EXBCXmVE  ORDERS— Continued. 
Civil  Service;  probatlonal  appoint- 
ment of  persons  who  lost  oppor- 
tunity for  sucii  appointment 
because  of  entry  Into  armed 
forces,    certification    authorteed 

(E0  9538) - *°'" 

Coal  mines,  possession  and  opera- 
tion of.  See  Interior  Depart- 
ment. 
Commerce  Department;  transfer  to 
of  Ofllce  of  Surplus  Property  of 
Procurement  Division,  Treasury 

Department  (BO  9541)-.- *»3 

Economic  Stabilization  Board;  desig- 
nation of  Federal  Loan  Admin- 
istrator and  War  Food  Adminis- 
trator as  members  (DO  9534) .-- 
Federal  Loan  Administrator;   desig- 
nation as  member  of  Economic 
Stabilization  Board  (BO  9634)  .- 
Foreign  Service.     See  State  Depart- 
ment. 
Interior  Department;  possession  and 
operation  of  certain  coal  mines 

authorized  (BO  9538) 3939 

Delegation  of  authority  and  orders 
resi^ctmg.     See  Interior  De- 
partment. 
National  War  Labor  Board.  Increase 
In  public  members  of  (BO  9535)  - 
Navy    Department;    possession    and 
operation  of  plants  and  facilities 
of  United  Engineering  Company. 
Ltd..  San  Francisco,  Calif.   (BO 

9542) 

Petroleum  Administrator;  posses- 
sion and  operation  of  plants  and 
facilities  of  Cities  Service  Re- 
fining Corporation,  located  In 
and   around   Lake   Charles,  La., 

ftuthorlmed  (BO  9M0) 4193 

Reconstruction  Finance  Corpora-  4 
tlon:  designation  as  agency  to 
act  with  respect  to  securities 
acquired  by  United  States  under 
provisions  of  Transportation 
Act.  1930,  In  connection  with 
loans  to  Seaboard  Railway  sys- 
tem  (EO  9643) **13 

SUte  Department,  Foreign  Service: 
Regulations;   appointment  of  em- 
ployees, prior  order  amended 

(EO  9537) 

Warren.    Avra    M..    reinstatement 

(Executive  Order  9539) 4057 

Treasury  Department: 

Office  of  Surplus  Property  of  Pro- 
curement Division  transferred 
to  Department  of  Commerce 

(BO    9641) *253 

Securities     acquired     by     United 
States     in    connection     with 
loans  to  Seaboard  Railway  sys- 
tem, designation  of  agency  to 
handle.      See    Reconstruction 
Finance  Corporation. 
United  Engineering  Comparfy,   Ltd.. 
possession    of.      See    Navy    De- 
partment. 
War    Department;     control    of    air- 
port leased  to  City  of  Redmond. 
Oreg..   authorized    (EO   9544)..- 
War    Food    Administrator;    designa- 
tion   as    member    of    Economic 
Stabilization  Board  (EO  9534)-- 


FARM   CREDIT    ADMINISTRATION— 
Continued. 
Federal  land  banks;  notice  of  call  for 
redemption  of  3V4  percent  con- 
solidated    Federal     farm     loan 

bonds  of  May  1,  1945-55 4042 

Surplus  agricultural  and  forest  real 
property,  dUposal  of;  delegation 
of  authority  to  Governor  by  #ec- 

retary  of   Agriculture 4647 

FARM  SECURITY  ADMINISTRATION: 

Tenant  purchase  loans;  designation 

of  counties: 

Arkansas 

Indiana   

FEDERAL    COMMUNICATIONS    COM 
MISSION : 
Hearings,  etc.: 

Corinth  Broadcasting  Co..  Inc--- 

Crosley  Corp 

Field.  Henry   (KFNF) 3877 

Grlmwood.  Fred  O 4364 

Hearst  Radio.  Inc.  (WINS) 4246 

KFNF.  Inc 387B 

Midwest  Broadcasting  Co. -     3877 

4363 


4407 
4053 


4363 
4246 


3876 


4364 


4666 


4010 


..     4244 


3607 


3507 


4692 


3667 


4031 


FARM  CREDIT  ADMINISTRATION : 
Administrative   officers:    Director  of 
Emergency  Crop  and  Feed  Loan' 
Division,    authority    and    func- 
tions   3901, 

Authority  of  Assistant  Director 
and  Chief  of  Credits  and  Col- 
lections, to  act  In  absence  of 

Director  --- - 3901,  4031 

Delegation  of  authority  to  regional 
managers    


Spottswood,  John  M 
Rules  and  regulations: 

Non-broadcasting  radio  stations; 
deletion  of  requirement  to 
commence  construction  with- 
in 60  days  from  grant  of  per- 
mit  - 

ReporU    of    broadcast     licensees; 

financial,  ownership,  etc 

Uniform  system  of  accounts,  Class 
A  and  Class  B  telephone  com- 
panies; contributions  of  tele- 
phone plant 

War  emergency  radio  service;  ex- 
pansion of  use  of  civilian  de 
fense  stations 
FEDERAL  CROP  INSURANCE  CORPO- 
RATION : 
Corn     crop     Insurance;      Insurance 

unit 

Cotton    crop    Insurance;     Insurance 

unit 

FEDERAL  LOAN  ADMINISTRATOR : 
Member    of    Economic    Stabilization 
Board,    designation    as    (Execu- 
tive Order  9534)-- 3667 

FKDKRAL  POWER  COMMISSION : 
Hearings,  etc.: 

Arkansas  Power  &  Light  Co 4«e8 

Central  nUnols  Public  Service  Co.     3564 

Central  Power  and  Light  Co 4271 

Cities  Service  Gas  Co 3778,  3878 

Companla     Electrlca     Matamoros, 

g    \ 4271 

Kentucky  Natural  Gas  Corp 3664, 

3778,  4366 
Kentucky  West  Virginia  Gas  Co.-  4365 
Leominster  Electric  Ught  &  Power 

(jq  3987 

Middlesex  County  Electric  Co 398/ 

Northern  Natural  Gas  Co 3778 

Panhandle  Eastern  Pipe  Line  Co.-     3564 
PltUburgh   &   West   Virginia   Gas 

Co ---     *365 

Wachusett  Electric  Co 3987 

FEDERAL  SECURITY  AGENCY: 
See  Education,  Office  of. 

Food  and  Drug  Administration ^ 
PuX)lic  Health  Service. 
FEDERAL   TRADE   COMMISSION: 
Cease  and  desist  orders: 

AUln.  R    Fred.  —  - 8517 

American  Arts J»** 

Barth.    Samuel-. 3807 

Bellnky.  Walter 8607 

Berger,  W.  A-- 3517 

Boker,  H.,  &  Co..  Inc.  (N.  J.) 3606 

Boker.  H..  &  Co.,  Inc.  (N.  Y.) 3606 

Bonded  Jewelers  of  America 4414 

Bortz  Ac  Co -- 4417 

Bortz,   Solomon  A 4417 

Braunsteln.  Max         3964 


3901 


Page 
FEDERAL      TRADE      COMMISSION— 
Continued. 
Cease  and  desist  orders — Continued. 

Bullock,  Edward  W - 4414 

Caftero,  Joaeph  S 3670 

Caflero,  Madeline. 3670 

Cell  Malk,  Inc 4594 

Coast  Fishing  Co 4061 

Commercial  Art  Co "3942 

Control  ProducU  Co 3869 

Corbett,  Oliver  J 3796 

Crown  Novelty  House 4415 

Dietzgen,  Eugene,  Co 3517 

Drl-Kleen  Co 3607 

Farben,   Louis 4531 

Florman,  A.  M.,  &  Bro 3607 

Florman,  Arthur  M 3607 

Florman,    Leo- 3607 

Frederick  Post  Co 3517 

Gold  Star  Novelty  House 4531 

Goldberg,    Jacob 4415 

Goldberg,  May 425.5 

Goldberg,  Samuel  J 4255 

Goldstein.  William  G- 3941 

Gotham  Premium  Novelty  Co 3798 

Orlffln,  J.  Claud 3942 

Interstate  Home   Equipment  Co., 

Inc 3941 

Johnston,  Gladys --     4414 

Kane,  Benjamin  N 3941 

Kane,  Irwin  E 3941 

Keller,  Karl  L 3617 

Kepler,  Henry  C 3796 

Keuffel  *  Ewer  Co 3517 

Kohn,  Walter  A 3517 

Krauskopf.  Manfred  R 3517 

Lee.  Royal 3515 

Lekas  &  Drlvas,  Inc 4415 

Leven,  Samuel 3941 

Llpson,  Reuben 3941 

Magglonl,  Joseph  O 3670 

Mkgglonl.  L.  P..  *  Co 3670 

Marine  ProducU  Oo 4417 

Modem  Art  Co 3942 

Montgomery  Ward  ft  Co.,  Inc 4533 

Morris,   Callle  E 3669 

National  Retail  Tea  ft  Coffee  Mer- 

chanU  Assn..  Inc 3796 

Norman  Co - 426.S 

Ostrex  Co..  Inc 3753 

Parker,  Arthur  L-. 3517 

Pease.  C.  F..  Co 3517 

Progressive  Portrait  Co 3942 

Rlea.  Daniel  G 3942 

Rudd  Mfg.  Co 3964 

Rudovsky,  Samuel 3964 

Scientific    Apparatus    Makers    of 

America 3517 

Surveylng-Draftlng-Coaters  Sec- 
tion  r-_- 3517 

SokolofT.    Benjamin 3798 

Sorrrils.  Floyd  Irl 4416 

Speldel.  Charles  W 1 3517 

Speldel.  Charles  W..  ft  Co 3617 

Steinberg.  Harry--- 4061 

Steuerman  Advertising  Agency 375:* 

Steuerman.  David  and  Lillian 3753 

Susquehanna  Pen  Oo 4417 

Texas  Tasty  Co 441fi 

Trust  Service  Co.. 4417 

Try-Me  Coffee  Mills 3796 

Vitamin  Products  Co 3515 

Well.  Edwin  H.- 3517 

Well.  J.U..  ft  Co- - 3517 

Well.  Jacob  H. 3517 

Yanowltz.    Irving 3798 

Hearings,  etc.: 

Adlerlka  Co 377ii 

Celanese  Corporation  of  America-.     4909 

Cheml-Culture  Laboratories 3779 

Crown  Manufacturers  Association 

of  America 3B2fl 

Del  Mar  Cannlr^f  Co. ---     SSes 

Gattls  Chemical  Co ^ 377<5 

Hovden  Food  Products  Corp 4366 

Le«  Products 3779 

Lleberman.  MUton  L —     3779 

National    Electric    Manufacturers 


Brunlng, 
Brunlng, 


Charles, 
Paul  J- 


Co..  Inc. 


3517 
8517 


Co. 


National  Seal-Seep  Co.. 


35*^  = 

377'! 


Page 

FEDERAL      TRADE      COMMISSION— 
Continued. 
Hearings,  etc. — Continued. 

Profeaaional  Products  Corp 3779 

Seal-Seep  Service  Division 3779 

Bosenzweig.   George  A 8779 

Beal-Seep  Service  Co 3779 

Southern  California  Flah  Corp...  3565 

FEDERAL  WORKS  AGENCY : 

See  Public  Roads  Administration. 

Surpliu  property  disposal;  designa- 
tion as  disposal  agency.  See 
Surplus  Property  Board. 

FISCAL  SERVICE.     See  Treasury  De- 
partment. 
FISH  AND  WILDLIFE  SERVICE: 
Alaska;  commercial  fUherles: 

Purse    seines 4042 

Salmon,  herring,  etc.,  fishing;  des- 
ignated areas: 

Kodlak 4042 

Southeastern  Alaska: 

Icy  Strait  District 4042 

Western    District 4042 

Traps- - 4042 

National  wildlife  refuges,  regula- 
tions: 

Authority  of  Director 4267 

Entry  upon  refuges 4267 

Pishing — 4267 

Public  htmtlng 4267 

Surplus  animals  and  products,  sale 

of - 4267 

FISHERIES    COORDINATOR,    OFFICE 
OP: 
Salmon  canning  Industry,  In  Alaska.     4506 

FOOD  AND  DRUG  ADMINISTRATION : 
Asparagus,   canned;   definitions  and 

standards  of  Identity. _     8778 

Tea  standards;   effective  until  April 

30,    1948-. 4133 

FOREIGN   ECONOMIC    ADMINISTRA- 
TION: 
Export  control: 

Regulations  prior  to  revision 3799 

Revised  regulations 4418 

Blanket  license  (BLT) 4488 

See  also  Technical  data,  below. 

Denial  of  licensing  privileges 4486 

General  licenses 4465 

See  also  Selected  destinations; 
Technical  data,  below. 

General  regulations 4418 

Individual    licenses.. 4478 

See  also  Selected  destinations, 

below. 
Revocation  of  certain  licenses. 
See  Revocation,  below. 
Limited   production  license  ^or 

farm  machinery    (LPL) 4489 

Selected    destinations   clearance 

procedure 4482 

Shipment  of  certain  licensed  ex- 
ports to  certain  destina- 
tions,   procedure 4486 

Technical   data 4484 

Unlimited  licenses... 4478 

Revocation  of  certain  Individual 
licenses  authorizing  exporta- 
tion of  malt 3798 

FOREIGN    SERVICE.      See    State    De- 
partment. 

FOREST  SERVICE: 

Timber,  cutting  of  in  national  for- 
ests; limitations  to  be  prescribed 
by  Chief  of  Forest  Service 8876 

Trespassing    horses;    removal    from 

Modoc  National  Forest 4545 

G 

GENERAL  LAND  OFFICE: 
Air -navigation      site      withdrawals; 

Utah 4508 

Alaska,  public  lands  In.    See  Lands, 

public. 
Coal  lands;  leases,  permits,  etc.    See 

Mineral  lands. 


INDEX,  April  1945 

Page 
GENERAL  LAND  OFFICE — Continued. 
Lands,  public;  tranafers,  withdraw- 
als, etc.: 
Alaska: 

Canadian-Alaskan  Military 
Highway;  withdrawal  re- 
duced, and  releaaed  lands 
made  subject  to  application 

by  veterans,  etc 4041 

Classification;  partial  revocation 
of  EO  6B57,  and  released 
lands  made  subject  to  ap- 
plication by  Teterans,  etc..  4244 
Interior  Department;  prosecu- 
tion of  the  war '. 3647 

Military  reserratlons;  certain 
lands  made  lubject  to  EO 

8102 4505 

Town  site  piupoaes;  EO  1919  >'2 
and  EO  3672,  partial  rev- 
ocation       4605 

Arkansas;  restoration  of  certain 
lands  reserved  for  power  pur- 
poses, for  ^ipUcatton  by  vet- 
erans,   etc 4866 

Colorado;  War  Department,  ex- 
change of  land  in  connection 
with  Coddoa  Dam  atui  Reser- 
voir      4041 

New  Mexico: 

Agriculture  Department;  for  use 
in  connection  with  Taos 
Project  and  Grazing  District 

No.    1.. 4110 

Lands  opened  to  application, 
entry,  etc.,  by  veterans  and 

general  public 4110 

Utah:  classification.  FLO  256  modi- 
fied to  Include  certain  addi- 
tional lands 4505 

Mineral  lands: 
Coal: 

Leases 3775 

Prospecting    permits 8775 

Potassium;  prospecting  permits 3647 

Small  tracts,  for  home,  health,  busi- 
ness sites,  etc.: 

Leases 3776 

Leasing  of;  delegation  of  authority 
to   Registers   of  district    land 

offices 3778 

Veterans;  preference  rights 3776 

Stock  driveway  withdrawal;  New 
Mexico,  Taos  Project  and  Graz- 
ing District  No.  1 4110 

Veterans;     preference    rights.      See 
Lands,  public;  Small  tracts. 
GEOLOGICAL  SURVEY: 

Power  site  classifications;  North 
Platte  River  and  tributaries. 
Colorado  and  Wyoming 8563 

I 

IMMIGRATION     AND    NATURALIZA- 
TION SERVICE 
Immigration  regulations;  removal  of 
distressed  aliens  from  the  United 
States 4011 

INDIAN  AFFAIRS,  OFFICE  OF: 

Flathead  Indian  Irrigation  Project, 
Montana:  operaticm  and  main- 
tenance charges: 

Flathead  Irrigation  District 4533 

Jocko  Valley  Irrigation  District...     4533 
Mission  Irrigation  District 4533 

INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT: 
See  Fish  and  Wildlife  Service. 

Fisheries  Coordinator,  Office  of. 
General  Land  Office. 
Indian  Affairs,  Offiee  of. 
Mines  Bureau. 
National  Park  Service. 
Petroleum    Adminittration    for 

War. 
Reclamation  Bureau. 
Solid  Fuels  Administration  for 

War. 


Page 
INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT — Con. 
Coal  mines,  possession  and  operation 
of  certain  companies  authorized 

(Executive  Order  9536) 3939 

Authority  of  Solid  Fuels  Adminis- 
trator for  War.  and  delegation 
of  authority  to  Deputy  Ad- 
ministrator  --     3983 

Order  taking  possession  of  listed 
mines  and  appointing  oper- 
ating managers 39B3_ 

Office  of  the  Secretary: 

Coal  mines  taken  possession  of 
under  Executive  Order  9469, 
termination  of  possession; 
Philadelphia  and  Reading  Coal 

and  Iron  Co 4209 

National    forests;     orders    listing 
lands  for  entry  under  Forest 
Homestead  Act,  revoked: 
Chelan   National  Forest.  Wash- 
ington         4362 

Wallowa  National  Forest,  Ore- 
gon   4362 

Registers  of  district  land  offices, 
delegation  of  authority  to,  to 
Issue     certain     leases     under 

Small  Tract  Act 3778 

Surplus  property  disposal;  designa- 
tion as  disposal  agency.  See 
Surplus  Property  Board. 

INTERNAL  REVENUE  BUREAU: 
Excess   profits  tax: 

Foreign  countries  and  possessions, 

credits  for  taxes  of 4255 

Taxable  years  beginning  after  De- 
cember 31.  1941;  application 
of  credit  to  cases  ^Ithlh  relief 

provisions 4257 

Excise  tax;  duties  of  Alcohol  Tax 
Unit,    authorization    and    aanc- 

tion  of  svUts 3561 

Income  tax: 
Foreign  countries  and  possessions, 

credit  for  taxes  of _     4255 

Internal    Revenue    Code;    taxable 

years    beginning    January    1, 

1942: 

General  provisions;  certificate  to 

be    attached    to    return    In 

case  of  deductions  for  blind 

individuals 4195 

Supplemental  provisions;  credits 
against  tax,  for  taxes  of  for- 
eign countries  and  posses- 
sions       4255 

Foreign  taxes,  limitations  on 

credit  for 4256 

Subsidiary   corporation,    taxes 

of 4256 

Internal  Revenue  Code,  taxable 
years  ending  December  31, 
1941;  credits  against  tax.  for 
taxes  of  foreign  covmtries  and 

possessions 4255 

Domestic  corporations  owning  a 
majority  of  stock  of  foreign 

corporations 4255 

Foreign    taxes,    limitations    on 

credit    for 4255 

Stabilization  of  aaiarles;  determina- 
tion of  contravention  by  Com- 
missioner, submission  of  reports.    3797 

INTERSTATE    COMMERCE    COMMIS- 
SION: 
Car  service: 
Bauxite  ore  and  concentrates:  re- 
striction on  moving  from  New 

York  Harbor  area 4109 

Special  permits 4169,4272 

Demurrage  charges;  tank  cars 4158 

Fruits  and  vegetables: 

Cars  held  for  reconsignment,  di- 
version, or  orders: 
Potatoes,    Irish;    special    per- 

miU-.  3649.  3961,  4044,  4111,  4367 

Special  permits 3565, 

3666,  3649,  3698,  3729,  3780.  3878, 
4043,  4111,  4158,  4368,  4509,  4668 


Tm.TT^v:<-v      A  _«•!    1<L4^ 


INDEX,  AprU  1945 


INDEX,  April  194S 


I 


3650, 
4159. 


4360 
4669 


Page 
INTERSTATE    COMMEKCB    COMMIS- 
SION—Continued.  » 
Car  service— Continued. 

Frulta  and  vegetables — Continued. 
Icing   of    refrigerator   cars   con- 
taining.      See    Refrigerator 
cars,    below. 
Potatoes: 

Cars  held   for  reconslgiunent, 

etc      See  Cars,  abot'r. 
Irish    permit  required  for  ship- 
ment     4266.4360 

Garbanzos.     See  Oralns,  etc. 
Grains,  beans,  etc  : 

Garbanzos.  movement  from  Gal- 
veston and  Houston.  Texas: 

special  permits 3649.3988 

Grain,    carload    shipments,   per- 
mit required  for 4813 

Refrigerator  cars; 

Eggs,   shell,    packing    and   load- 
ing,   special   permlta .- 

3698,    3729,    3951,    4112, 
4271,   4547 
Fruits  and   vegetables: 

Bunker  and  retop  Icing;   cab- 
bage  

General  permit 

Citrus  fruit;    reiclng: 

General   permits.  -   3698,4111,4112 

Special  permits --    3699, 

4044,4112,4159.4547 
Potatoes;   Icing  restrictions.- .    4109, 

4359 

General   permits 4367,4669 

Special   permits --    4272, 

4368.4510,4647 
Substitution  of.  for  box  cars--. 
Coal  ■ 

Furnishing    cars    to    ramps    near 

Mooslc.    Pa 

Loading  restrictions: 

Delaware.  Lackawanna  and  West- 
ern Railroad  Co. 

Lehigh  Valley  Railroad  Co - 

Explosives,  transportation  by  motor 

vehicle      See  Motor  carriers 
Loading  restrictions;  coal.    Sec  Coal. 
Motor  carriers;  explosives  and  other 
dangerous    articles,    transporta- 
tion of 

Routing  of  trafBc: 

Rerouting    of    freight    traffic:    be- 
cause of  high  water  and  floods: 
Areas: 

Arkansas,       Louisiana,       and 

Texas 3647,3926 

Oklahoma,  Missouri,  and  Kan- 
sas  4158,4505 

Railroad.s: 

St.  Louis  Southwestern   Rail- 
way Company  of  Texas-. 
Texas  and  Pacific  Railway  Co. 
Symbol  traffic;   Seaboard  Air  Line 

Railway  Co 3699 

UniXorm  system  of  accounts,  com- 
mon and  contract  carriers;  re- 
quirements for  inventories  of 
materials  and  supplies  waived 

Passenger    carriers - 

Property 


Pag* 


4612 


4367 


3780 
3780 


4546 


4343 


3562 
3562 


3983 


carriers. 3983 

L 


UNITED 


See 


Stabiliza- 
War   Food 


LABOR  DEPARTMENT: 
Hee  Children's  Bureau 

Wage   and  Hour   Division. 
Office  of  the  Secretary: 

Contracts    In    prosecution    of    war 
eflort,  findings: 

American   Warehouse   Co 3877 

Lincoln     Fireproof     Warehouse 

Co - ---     3877 

Mldtown  Realty  Owners  Associ- 
ation,  Inc.,   et   al- __     4613 

Midwest  Haulers,  Iiic 3897 

Mutual  Trucking  Co 3697 

National    Terminals   Corp 4546 

Sunset  Motor  Lines.  Inc 4362 

Union  Street  Railway  Co 4042 

Wisconsin    A    Michigan    Steam- 
ship Co 3697 


LABOR  DEPARTMENT— Continued. 
Office  of  the  Secretary— Continued. 
Crippled  children  program,  Texas; 
hearing  on  failure  to  comply 
with    provisions    of     Act    re- 
specting       3987 

Testimony  In  courts,  before  boards, 
etc  .  In  official  capacity,  by  of- 
ficers and  employees,  pro- 
hibited: 

Bureau  of  Labor  Statistics 4232 

Conciliation    Service --      4232 

M 

MARITIME     COMMISSION 
STATES' 
Surplus  property  disposal;    designs 
tlon     as     disposal     agency 
Surplus  Property  Board. 
MEAT,    distribution    of.    and    subsidy 
payments   for.     See  Defense  Sup- 
plies   Corp.;    Economic 
tlon   Corp  :    Rationing; 
Administration. 
METALS   RESERVE   COMPANY 

Lead;     order     by     War     Production 

Board *133 

MINES  BUREAU: 

Explosives;  general  purchaser's  li- 
cense for  sodium  nitrate  and 
ammonium  nitrate  as  fertilizer, 
and  for  sodium  chlorate  as  weed 

eradlcator ^259 

Licenses;   revocations,  etc  : 

Courtemanche.  L.  A  .  et  al 4546 

Johnson,   Jonas 3648 

Nielsen.    Axel 4271 

Petersen,  Henry  G 4271 

MISSOURI  PACIFIC  RAILROAD  CO  ; 
Emergency  Board  created  to  Inves- 
tigate and  report  on  disputes  be- 
tween     railroad     and     employees 

(Proclamation  2646  ( 3939 

MOTHER'S   DAY,    1945    (Proclanrallon 

2649) 4285 

N 
NA^nONAL  FORESTS 

Homestead   lands   In,   orders   iLsting. 

See  Interior  Department 
Regulations.     See  Forest  Service. 
NATIONAL  HOUSING  AGENCY: 

Surplus  property  disposal;   designa- 
tion    as    disposal     agency.     See 
Surplus  Property  Board. 
NATIONAL     MARITIME     DAY,      1945 

(Proclamation  2645) 8793 

NATIONAL  MEDIATION  BOARD: 
Emergency  Board,  creation  of  to  In- 
vestigate and  report  on  dispute 
between  Missouri  Pacific  Rail- 
road Co.  and  employees  (Procla- 
mation 2646) 3939 

NATIONAL  PARK  SERVICE 

National    parks;    rules    and    regula- 
tions: 
Fishing  regulations,  special: 

Great     Smoky     Mountains     Na- 
tional Park 4039 

Mount  Rainier  National  Park..     4039 

Yellowstone  National  Park 4039 

Trails;   loose  herding  of  pack  and 

saddle  animals  on  trails 3775 

NATIONAL  WAR  LABOR  BOARD 
Industry  commissions  and  panels: 

Meat  Packing  Commission 3721 

Steel    Commission 3797 

Telephone  Panel,  National 4656 

Textile  Commissions 4195 

Public   members   of   Board,   Increase 

In  (Executive  Order  9535) 3721 

Wage   and   salary   adjustments;    ex- 
ceptions to  exemptions,  for  em- 
ployers In  various  Industries: 
Bakeries;  Cuyahoga  County,  Ohio.     4195 

F*ur  industry;   Boston,  Mass 4534 

Pur     Industry,     retail;     Allegheny 

County,    Pennaylvanla 4195 

Hotels  and  resUurants;  Atlantic 
County  and  Cape  May  County. 
New  Jersey ---     *03l 


*  Page 

NATIONAL    WAR    LABOR    BOARD— 
Continued. 
Wage   and   salary   adjustmenU;    ex- 
ceptions to  exemption*,  for  em- 
ployers  In   various  Industries-^ 
Continued. 
Logging    industry;    Michigan    and 

Wisconsin ---     4534 

Pattern  makers;  Northern  Califor- 
nia area - 

NAVY  DEPARTMENT: 

Naval  Retiring  Review  Board;  regu- 
lation*   

Petroleum,  public  sales  of;  call  for 
bids 

Possession  and  operation  of  planU 
and  facilities  of  United  '  Engi- 
neering Company.  Ltd..  San 
Francisco,  Calif.  (Executive  Or- 
der   9542) 4591 


4031 


3981 


4361 


4665 


3729 


PETROLEUM  ADMINISTRA^nON  FOR 
WAR: 
Asphalt,  manufacture  of 

Natural  gas  and  natural  gasoline; 
limitation  on  use  of  butane  and 
propane-butane   mixture   In   oil 

and  gas  drilling  operations 

Possession  and  operation  of  plant* 
and  facilities  of  Cities  Service 
Refining  Corporation,  located  In 
and  around  Lake  Charle«,  La  . 
authorized      (Executive      Order 

9540) 4193 

PETROLEUM    PRODUCTS: 

Compensatory  adjustment  program. 
See   Defense    Supplies   Corpora- 
tion. 
Price  regulation      See  Price  Admin- 
istration. 
Priority  orders.     See  War  Production 

Board. 
Production,  marketing,  etc.     See  Pe- 
troleum Admrtnlstratlon  for  War. 
Rationing.      See  Rationing. 
Sales,   public,   by  Navy  Department. 
See  Navy  Department. 

POST  OFFICE  DEPARTMENT: 

Air  transportation  of  mall,  in  Alaska. 

See  Civil  Aeronautics  Board. 
Dl-sposal    of    condemned    mall    mat- 
ter;    regulations    issued    Jointly 
with  Office  of  Censorship 

PRESIDENT.  THE: 

Announc<ment  of  death  of  Franklin 
Delano  Roosevelt  and  proclama- 
tion of  day  of  mourning 

Orders     prescribing    certain     acts 
(April   13,   1945)  : 
Closing     of     Executive     depart- 
ments and  agencies  Satur- 
day afternoon,  April  14 

Display  of  flags  at  half-staff  on 
public  buildings  until  close 

of  Monday,  May  14 

Executive      orders.     See      Executive 

orders. 
Proclamations.     See    Proclamations. 
PRICE      ADMINISTRATION,     OFFICE 
OF: 
Administration  and  procedure: 
Industry     Advisory     Committees, 
procedure  applicable   t»;    reg- 
ulations   reissued 3726 

Information,     from     official    files, 

etc  ;  disclosure  of 3^93 

Rationing.     See    Rationing,    main 

heading. 
Rentals  of  commodities  by  Smaller 
War   Plants   Corporation    and 
Reconstruction   Finance   Cor- 
poration       3871 

United    States    agencies;    sale    ot 
various   surplus    commodltlee 

except  food,  and  resales 

See    also    specific    commoditie* 
under  Price  regulations. 


35fr 


40' 


4011 


4U1I 


3553 


Page 
PRICE     ADMINISTRATION,     CM7ICK 
OF — Continued , 
Defense  rental  areas,  rent  control  in: 
Authorization  by  Rent  Directors 

for  disclosure  of  information.     8593 
Designations    of    areas    and    rent 
declarations;  amendments  af- 
fecting localities  In  Idaho 3556 

Hotels  and  rooming  bouses: 
Amendments     affecting     locali- 
ties in: 

California 3666,3727,3950 

Idaho-.. 3566.8727 

Wisconsin 3656,3727,3950 

Housing ---     4605 

Amendments  affecting  localities 
in: 

Callfwnia ._    8666,3727,3951 

Idaho... 3665,3727 

Wisconsin 8666,3727.3951 

Price  regulations;  commodities  and 
services: 
Agricultural    services;    harvesting. 
See  Fruits,  berries,  vegetables; 
Hay. 
Aircraft  lumber.     See  Lumber. 
Alaska;  commodities  at  wholesale 
and  retail : 

Bituminous    coal 4662 

Canned  goods: 

Fruit 3921 

Juices 3920 

Vegetables 3923 

Reindeer   meat 3924 

Alcoholic  beverages.    See  Liquors; 

Restaurant  prices. 
Alder.     See  Lumber. 
Alfalfa  hay.     See  Hay. 
Ammunition  boxes.    See  Contain- 
ers. 
Apparel : 

Footwear.     See  Footwear 

Retail     prices.       See      Retail 
prices.  helovD. 

Pur  garments,  women's 3723 

Highest  price  line  limitation, 
elimination  from  specified 
regulations  with  respect  to 

retail  sellers 3642 

liAanufacturers'  maximum  aver- 
age prices  for  certaia  types 
of  apparel  and  accessories..     4336 
Retkll  prices  for  certain  types  of 

apparel  and  accessories 3642, 

4236.4494,  4611 
Base  date  pricing  charts  and 
certain    records,    alterna- 
tive  methods   of   prepar- 
ing      4239 

Chains,  purchasing  offices  of-     4238 
Underwear,  nightwear,  and  neg- 
ligee    garments,     women's, 

misses'  and   children's 4662 

Army  supplies,  etc.     See  Military 

supplies. 
Automotive  repair  shops.    See  Mo- 
tor vehicles. 
Bakery  products,  certain;   regula- 
tions revised 3546 

Bananas.    See  Fruits. 
Barrels,  beer.    See  Containers. 
Basketware,    imported;    establish- 
ment of  retail  prices 4176 

Batteries: 

Dry;  Government  sales,  and  re- 
sales.  3552 

Flashlight,  Treasury  Department 

sales 8589 

Beans.     See  Fruits,  berries,  vege- 
tables; ProceAed  foods. 
Dried,    in    Puerto     Rico.      See 
Puerto  Rico. 
Beds  and  bedding: 
Double    deck   bunk    beds,   cots, 
mattresses  and  hospital  beds 
purchased     from    Treasury 

Department;   resales 4277 

Feathers  and  down 4349 

Secondhand,  modllV»th3ns 4356 

Pillows,  featber  fUled ^    4350 

Retail  prieM.  Bee  Household  ar- 
ticles. 


INDEX,  Apra  194S 

Page 
PRICE     AJyUTKlBTRA'TlOtl,     OfTICK 
OF — Continued. 
Price  regulations:  otwunodlties  and 
services — Continued. 
Beef.    See  Meat. 

Beer.      See    Liquors;    Restaurant 
prices. 
Barrels.    See  Containers. 
Beeswax.    See  Protective  coatings. 

Beetpulp  products 4265 

Beverages.     See  Liquors;   Restau- 
rant prices. 
Bicycle  tires.     See  Tires. 
Boilers,   cooking.     See  Household 

articles. 
Bovine    animals,    live.     See   Live- 
stock. 
Boxes.     See   Containers. 
Brooms.    See  Household  articles. 
Building  materials  and  services: 

Clay  conduit  and  accessories...     4397 
Lime;    building,   chemical    and 

Industrial 3998 

Manufacturers'    prices:     pricing 

methods 4107 

Services,  construction  and  main- 
tenance, and  sales  of  in- 
stalled materials;  plumbing 
services  in  parts  of  Califor- 
nia and  Nevada 3735 

Butter.     See  Dairy  products. 
Cable  and  cable  a^jcessorles.     See 

Wire. 
Cakes.     See  Bakery  products. 
Cans.    See  Containers. 
Carbon  black: 

Channel;    modifications 3558, 

3728,  4198 

Furnace 4176 

Carts.     See  Push  carta. 
Castings: 

Nonferrous-.. 4100 

Steel.     See  Iron  and  steel. 
Cattle  and  calves,  live.     See  Live- 
stock. 
Cereals,  packaged,  in  Puerto  Rico, 

See  Puerto  Rico. 
Cheese.     See  Dairy  products. 
Chemicals  and  drugs: 
Chromium   chemicals;    Govern- 
ment sales,  and  resales 3552 

Cosmetics,  imported;  establish- 
ment of  retail  prices 4176 

Vitamin  A  nat\iral  oils  and  con- 
centrates       4493 

Chestnut    extract.     See    Tanning 

materials. 
Chlnaware.     See   Hovisehold    arti- 
cles. 
Cigar  filler  and  binder.     See  To- 
bacco. 
Cigarette    lighters,    imported;    es- 
tablishment of  retail  prices-.     4176 
Citrus  fruits.     See  Fruits. 
Clay  conduit  and  accessories.     See 
Building  materials. 

Clay  pigeons,  exception 4107 

Clothing.     See  Apparel. 
Coal.     See  Fuels,  solid. 

Tar  acids.     See  Tar  acids. 
Community  ceiling  prices,  lists  of 

orders  filed 3598, 

3644,  3717,  3896.  3897,  3936,  4001, 
4002,  4003.  4004,  4681. 
Consumers'  goods: 
See  also  specific  commodities. 
Manufacturers'    prices:    pricing 

methods 4107 

Retail  prices 8642,  4236,  4494,  4611 

Base  date  pricing  charts  and 
certain  records,  alterna- 
tive methods  of  prepar- 
ing      4239 

Chains,  pvirchasing  offices  of.     4238 
Cosmetics.      See    Chemicals    and 

drugs. 
Containers: 

Anununltlon  boxes,  M-2  ,50-cal- 
ibre;   Treasury  Department 

sales,  and  nsales... _    8717 

Beer    barreli,   «o^>tiOBa   from 

OMPR...^.. 8947 


Page 
PRICE     ADMINISTRA'nON,     OFFICE 
OP — Cont  inued . 
Price  regulations;  commodities  and 
services — Continued . 
Containers — Continued. 

Cans,  safety,  and  steel   drums; 
Treasury  Department  sales, 
and  reeales  in  Region  HI —     3739 
Drums: 

Gasoline  or  oil;   Government 

sales,  and  resales 3593 

Steel.     See  Cans,  above. 
Used  buoyancy  type,  Navy  De- 
partment   sales,    and    re- 
sales  3893 

Wooden: 

Adjustments  for  sellers 3870 

Agricultural,  Western. 4602 

Cooperage : 
Cooperage  stock,  tight,  and 

sawed  tight  co<^erage.     3644 

Used    tight... 3947 

Industrial  boxes 4347.4537 

Cooking  and  heating  equipment : 
Cooking  boilers.    See  Household 

articles. 
Kitchen  heaters,  St.   Clair;   Re- 
gion   Vni 4588 

Ranges;  Region  VIII: 

Norge  Electric 3789 

St.    Clair 4588 

Slattery  Gas 4588 

Wedgewood    Gas.. 4186 

Cooperage.     See  Containers. 
Corn    products    for    animal    con- 
sumption.    See  Feedlngstuffs 
Cots.    See  Beds.  • 

Cotton : 

Textiles.     See  Textiles. 
Yarns,  combed,  and  the  proces- 
sing of 8552 

Cottonwood.     See  Lumber. 
Crackers,  In  Puerto  Rico.     See 

Puerto  Rico. 
Cushion       innercaeings.       feather 
filled.    See  Household  articles. 
Dairy  products: 

In    territories    and    posseasions. 

See  Hawaii:  Puerto  Rico. 
Manufactured : 

Butter 3950 

Cheeses : 

Neufchatel 3948 

Switzerland  Swiss 3554,3726 

Milk  and  cream,  fluid: 

Purchases  from  producers  for 
resale  as;  regional  office 
orders : 

Region   I;   Massachusetts 3736 

Region  III;  Indiana 3740 

Region  IV: 

Alabama 4619 

Florida 4626 

Georgia 4631 

Mississippi M     4566 

North   Carolina 4573 

South  Carolina 45"'9 

Tennessee 4638 

Region  VI: 

Minnesota 4401 

Wisconsin 3742 

Region  VIII;   California 4166. 

4187 
Sales  at  wholesale  and  retail; 
regional  office  orders: 

Region  I;   Massachusetts 3738 

Region  n;  New  York 4179 

Region  rV: 

Alabama 4619 

Florida 4626 

Georgia - 4631 

Mississippi 4566 

North  Carolina 4573 

South  Carolina 4579 

Tennessee 4638 

Region  V;  Texas 4047 

Region  VI;  Minnesota 4048 

Region  VII;  Montana. 4588 

Region      'VIII;      California, 

goat's    milk . 4588 


TMHRY     AmrU   1945 


INDEX.  AprU  1945 


8 


INDEX,  AfrU  1945 


Page 


Page 


4588 
4187 
3554 


PRICB     ADMINISTRATION,     OFPTCI 
OF — Contlnuee. 
Price  regtUatlon*;    commodities  and 
services — Continued. 
Drug  sundries,  rubber: 

Manufactiurers"  and  distribu- 
tors' sales,  regulations  re- 
vised .-- -     *^*^ 

Retail  and  wholesale  prices,  reg- 
ulations  revised *160 

Drums      See  Containers. 
Eggplant      See      Fruits,      berries, 

Vegetables. 
Eg?s  and  egg  prcducts; 
In  Hawaii       See  Hawaii. 
Region  VIII: 

Light  dirty  eggs 

Loa   Angeles  area 

Retail    prices 

Electrical    appliances    and    equip- 
ment 
Irons.     See  Irons 
Motors.     See  Machinery. 
Ranges.     See  CSooliing  and  heat- 
ing equipment. 

Excelsior,  wood;  modifications 

Export  prices;  grapefruit  exported 

to    Canada 

Fabrics      See  Textiles. 
Fats  and  oils: 

In     Puerto     Rico.     See     Puerto 
Rico. 

Vegetable  oils.  Imported 

Feathers  and  down.     See  Beds  and 

bedding. 
Feedingstuffs: 

Corn   products  for  animal  con- 
sumption  

Feeds: 

Mixed,  for  animals  and  poul- 
try  

Mixed  and  straight.  In  Puerto 
Rico.     See  Puerto  Rlco. 
Grains,    processed,    for    feeding 

and    mixing 

Fertilizers: 

Phosphate  rock 

Superphoephate.  bagging  of 

Firewood;  regional  office  orders: 

Minnesota 

Tenneaaee 

Washington;      forestwood      im-. 

ported  from  Canada 

Fish  and  seafood : 

Canned,    in    Puerto    Rico.      See 

E*uerto  Rlco. 
Fresh : 

Producers"     and     wholesalers' 
prices: 

In  Region  VIII 

Landed    at    North    Atlantic 

ports 

4035.  4036.  4348. 

In  Region  II 

Retail  prices --  3694, 

Frozen: 

Producers"     and     wholesalers* 

prices 

Landed    at   North    Atlantic 

ports 

4035,  4036,  4348 

In  Region  II 

ReUil   price* 3694 

lu    Hawaii.      See   Hawaii. 
Flashlight   batteries.     See  Batter- 
ies. 
Floor  coverings   (rugs,  mats,  lino- 
leum, etc  );  retail  prices.    See 
Household   articles. 
Flour   from   wheat,   aemollna   and 
farina  sold  by  millers,  blend- 
ers, primary  distributors  and 

Jobbers ♦OSS 

Flour  ml.ies.  prepared 3554 

F.>od   and  food  products: 

See  alio  rpeciflc  commodittea. 
Ceiling  prices: 

Community      See  Community 
ceiling   prices. 


3551 
3895 

4236 

4542 
4208 

4539 

4493 
3870 

3743 
3742 

3789 


3789 

3555. 
4536 
3737 
3979 


4348 

3555, 

,4536 

3737 

.3979 


PRICE     ATttCNISTRATION.     OFFICE 
OF — Continued. 
Price  regulations;   commodities  and 
services — Continued. 
Food  and  food  products — Con. 
Celling  prices — Continued. 
Retail : 

General  pricing  provisions 
for  stores  In  all  groups 
and     special     types     of 

stores  and  sellers 4103 

Group  1  and  Group  3  stores.     3814 
Group  3  and  Group  4  stores-     3814 
Imported,  computation  of  maxi- 
mum   prices 45^ 

Perishable,  sales  at  retail 3554 

Foot    tubs;    Tieasury    Department 

sales,  and  resales 3896 

Pfintwear: 

Heels    and    soles,   rubber: 

In  shoe  factory  and  home  re- 
placement  trades 3644 

In  shoe  repair  trade 3642 

Leather  for.     See  Leather. 
Repair  services,   retail 

Ft     Worth.  Tex.,   area 4566 

Toledo.  Ohio,  area 3737 

Retail  prices.     See  Apparel:   re- 

tpil  prices  for  certain  types. 

etc. 

Shoes,  new  low  black,  purchased 

from  Treasury  Department; 

resales 35£9 

Forest  products : 
1  See  also  Firewood;  Lumber 

Poles    and    piling.    Western    red 

cedar *100 

1  Railroad  ties.  Eastern 3924 

Western    timber 3870 

Fruits,  berries,  vegetables: 

See  also  Food;  Processed  foods. 
Fresh: 

For  table  u»e,  sales  except  at 
retail: 

Citrus    fruits -     426« 

£;ggplant 4156 

Strawt)err  lea ♦S^S 

Sweet  pepper 4156 

Regional  office  orders: 

Region  III;  Michigan 3738 

Detroit;    citrus  fruita 3740 

Grand  Rapids;  bananas.     4179 
Region     VI:     free     delivery 
zones  and  differentials : 

Sioux   City.   Iowa 3742 

Yankton.  S.  Dak 3742 

Spinach,  lima  beans,  eggplant, 
sweet  peppers  and  snap 
beans;  notice  to  growers 
of      proposed      maximum 

prices 4277 

In  Hawaii.    See  Hawaii. 

Onions 3764.  4164 

Pea  harvesting.  contractors" 
services  rendered;  San  Joa- 
quin County.  CaUf 4587 

Potatoes 3764.  4035.  4347,  4600 

Seed    potatoes,    certified    and 
war  approved.  1945  crop; 
notice  to  growers  of  pro- 
posed maximum  prices. ..     4217 
Fuel  oil.     See  PeUoleum 
Fuels,  solid : 
Bituminous: 

See  al30  Dealers"  sales,  below. 

Canadian,  in  Region  VIII 3788 

Delivered  from  mine  or  prepa- 
ration plant: 
Adjustments,  mines  In  vari- 
ous dUtrlcts: 

District  7 3952 

Districts 416"' 

District    10 4117 

District    19 3963 

District    22 41M 

Regulations    prior    to    reis- 
suance      3818 

Regulations  relasued 4303 

In  Alaska.    See  Alaska. 


Pigf 
PRICE     ADMINISTRA-nON.     OFFICE 
OF — Continued. 
Price  regulations;  commodities  and 
services — Continued . 
Fuels,  solid — Continued. 

Dealers"  sales  and  deliveries: 
Adjustments.  Washington,  D. 
C     area    and   Alexandria. 

Va 4127 

Regional  office  orders: 

R-glon  I 3738.  3737.  4398,  4399 

Anthracite 3737,  439 

Connecticut-- 3736.    40-it 

Massachusetts 3738,  45f^) 

New    Hampshire 4040 

Region   11 *\1l 

Anthracite ^'•^' 

Region    III 3741.440: 

Indiana 374n 

Kentucky 374.) 

Michigan 3740,    3~^A 

Ohio 3739,3787 

Region  IV: 

North   Carolina.  4179.  4180.  4M,' 

Virginia 41^>' 

Region   V: 

K&nsftS   _    ----- -  —  - oiijp 

MlssouriV-V.V.V  3784,  4047.  418,=. 

Region  VI 41«.S 

Illinois 4050 

Indiana 4051 

Iowa - 4-43 

Wisconsin 4049 

Region  vn 41B6 

Region  VIII;  Nevada. 45R7 

Government  sales,  and  resales..     3'jJ2 
Furniture,  household:  retail  prices. 
See  Household  articles:   retail 
prices. 
Furs      See  Leather. 

Garments.     See  Apparel. 
Gas     ranges.     See     Cooking     and 

heating  equipment. 
Gasoline  and  petroleum  gas.     See 
Petroleum. 

Gelatin  raw  stock,  wet 42:5 

Glassware.     See    Household     arti- 
cles. 
Goauklns.     See  Leather. 

Grains S^HO 

.See  aUo  specific  grains. 
In    territories    and    possessions. 
See  Puerto  Rlco;  Virgin  Is- 
lands. 
Processed,  for  feeding  and  mix- 
ing.    See  Peedlngstuffs. 
Grapefruit    Juice.     See    Processed 

foods. 
Grass  seeds.     See  Seeds. 
Handbags.     See  Apparel. 
Hat  bodies.  Panama.     See  Panama 

hat  bodies. 
Hawaii: 

Regulations   regarding   specified 
commodities: 

Fish,   Island-- -- ^''57 

Fruits  and  vegetables,  fresh..    35LT 

4105.43.5 
Grocery  Items  (listed) : 

Retail-- 4^.^5 

Wholesale 4ij5 

Meats  or  meat  products,  poul- 
try,    eggs.     BunA     certain 

dairy    products 4C64 

Milk,    fluid 4''5* 

Tires  and  tubes,  used S870 

Services;   posting  rsqulremenU-     3^80 

Hay.    alfalfa *600 

Harvesting     and     baling.     Palo 

Verde  Valley.  Calif.,  area...     3743 
Hesters,    kitchen.      See    Cooking 

and  heating  equipment. 
Heels.     See  Footwear. 
Hogs,  dressed.    See  Meat. 
Hosiery.     See  Apparel. 
Household  articles: 

Brooms.     Importwl;     establish- 
ment of  retail  prices -""^ 

China  and  pottery _ ^-6' 

Cushion     Innercaslngs,     uphol- 


stery. 


43:'0 


Page 
PRICB     ADlCINiaTRATION.     OFTICB 
OP — Continued. 
Price  regulations;  ctmunoilltles  and 
services — Continued . 
Household  articles — Continued. 
Retail  prices  for  various  types  of 
articles    (furniture,    lamps, 
floor  coverings,  textile  com- 

modlUes,  etc.)__ -    3642. 

4236,4494,4611 
Base  date  pricing  charts  and 
certain    records,    alterna- 
tive  methods  of   prepar- 
ing  -. 4239 

Chains,  purchasing  offices  of.     4238 
Silverware,     chlnaware,     glass- 
ware and  pottery.  Imported; 
establishment    of     retail 

prices 4176 

Treasury  Department  sales,  and 
resales: 

China  saucers 3589 

Cooking  boilers 3998 

Vacuum  cleaners,  used,  and  at- 

tachmenU 4265 

Ice;  Port  Madison.  Iowa 3788 

Ice  boxes.    See  Refrigerators.  , 
Import  prices: 

Bituminous  coal,  Canadian;  Re- 
gion   VIU. 3786 

Establishment  of  retail  prices  for 

designated    commodities-..     4176 
Foods,    computation    of    msjd- 

miun   prices 4554 

Invoice  statements  and  reports-     4265 
Panama    hat    bodies    Imported 

from    Ecuador 3999 

Industrial    machinery    and    serv- 
ices.    See  Machinery. 
Insecticide     sprayers;      modifica- 
tions  4102 

Iron  and  steel: 

Castings,     steel,     and     railroad 

specialties 3873 

Scrap.- - 3871,  4336 

Open  hearth  or  blast  furnace 
grades  with  copper  con- 
tent of  5''c  and  over 4585 

Irons,  electric,  modification 4108 

Jewelry.    Imported,    establishment 

of  retail  f  rices 4176 

Kerosene  stoves.  In  Puerto   Rlco. 

See  Puerto  Rlco. 
Lamps,  fixtures,  etc.;  retail  prices. 
See  Household  articles:  retail 
prices. 
Laundry   and   dry   cleaning  serv- 
ices;   hand    laundries    in    St. 

Louis  metropolitan  area 8645 

Leather,  furs,  skins,  etc.: 
Fur  garments.     See  Apparel. 
Purs  and  peltries,  raw,  dressed 

and  dressed  and  dyed 8724 

Goatskins  and  sheepskins,  India, 

Iraq  and  Iran  tanned 4537 

Leather 3692 

Men's  military  outaoles,  mld- 
solea.  Insoles,  and  civilian 

outsoles 8716 

Splits;     limed,    pickled,    and 

blue   chrome 3708 

Bbearllngs.  raw  and  tanned,  for 

armed  forces 3693 

Legume     and     grass     seeds.    See 

c3CCQ8 . 

Life  belts.  Navy;  Region  I 4178 

Lime.     See  Building  materials. 
Linea    supply    service    in    Phila- 
delphia      and       surrounding 

areas 4644 

Linseed  oil  paints.     See  Protective 

costings. 
Liquors,  beer,  wine,  etc.: 
In     Puerto    Rlco.     See    Puerto 
Rico. 

Malt  beverages 8668,  4106 

Bottled  or  canned  domestic, 
■old  St  retail  for  consump- 
tion off  premises 42S5 

Peoria,  Dl.,  district 4185 

62000—46 2 


INDEX,  AprU  1945 

Page 
PRICE     AIHChflSTRATION.     OPnCB 
OF — Continued. 
Price  reguIUions;  commodities  and 
serv  ices — Continued. 
Liquors,  beer,  wine,  etc. — Con. 
Restaurant  prices.     See  Restau- 
rant prices. 
Tax  increases,  effect  on  prices..     3960 
Lives  tbck: 

Cattle  and  calves 3691,  4099 

Good  and  choice  grades,  max- 
imum   percentage    to    be 

slaughtered — -     4619 

Control  of  slaughter  and  meat 
distribution.     See     Ration- 
ing, viain  heading. 
Logs.     See  Lumlser. 

Luggage  frames,  modification 4107 

Lumber  and  lumlser  products: 
See  also  Firewood;  Forest  prod- 
nctfi. 

Aircraft    lumber 4100 

Alder,    maple   and    cottonwood; 

adjustments.  Region  VIII- .     4588 

Hardwood,  Southern 4658 

Logs  and  bolts: 

Joint    action   plans   with    re- 
spect to;  WPB  certificates 
revoked : 
Purchasers  of  logging  serv- 
ices  4411 

Purchasers     of     logs     and 

bolts 4412 

Lake   States 3918 

Northeastern 3918 

Softwood;  Douglas  fir  and  other 

West  Coast  lumber 4661 

Wood  excelsior  and  wood  wool. 
See  Wood  excelsior. 
Macaroni  products.     See  Processed 
foods. 
In     Puerto     Rlco.     See     Puerto 
Rico. 

Machine  tools,  second  hand 4140 

Registration  of  dealers  licensed 

to  sell,  revocation 4140 

Machinery   and  parts,  etc.: 

Electric  motors,  second-hand 
fractional  horsepower;  Gov- 
ernment sales,  and  resales.  -     3552 

Industrial  services 4348 

Pressure  vessels,  used,  and  used 

enclosed  atmospheric 4155 

Rentals  of  designated  types  by 
Smaller  War  Plants  Cor- 
F  ration  and  Reconstruc- 
tion Finance  Corporation.-  3871 
Sewing  machines,  industrial; 
sales  of  new  and  rentals  of 

new  and  used 4154 

Malt: 
Beverages.      See    Liquors;    Res- 
taurant prices. 
Syrup,     in     Puerto     Rico.     See 
Puerto  Rlco. 
Maple.     See  Lumber. 
Mattresses.      See    Beds    and    bed- 
ding. 
Meat  and  meat  products: 
Beef    and    veal    carcasses    and 

wholesale   cuts 4493 

In    territories    and    possessions. 
See  Alaska;  Hawaii;  Puerto 
Rlco;  Virgin  Islands. 
Pork;    dressed  hogs  and  whole- 
sale   cute --.  3644.4265 

Poultry.     See  Poultry. 
Rationing  and  daughter  control. 
See  Rationing,  main  head- 
ing. 
Reindeer  meat.  In  Alaska.     See 
Alaska. 
Mess  gear,  aluminum  composition; 

Region   Vm— 4588 

MlUtsry  supplies  and  equipment: 

Arctic  equipment.  Army 4494 

Rations,  Army  field  and  emer- 
gency  . 4494 

Surplus,  sales  by  varlotu  Govern- 
ment agencies.  See  apecifi* 
commoAitiiU. 


y  Page 

PRIClT    ADMINISTRATION,     OFFICE 

JoiF — Continued. 
,'rx\ce  regulations;  commodities  and 
services — Continued. 
Motor   vehicles : 

Automotive  repair  shops,  Mem- 
phis, Tenn,  dlsUict 8741 

Commercial,    rental    of    certain 

types 3558 

Motors.     See  Machinery. 

Musical     instruments,     Imported; 

establishment  of  retail  prices-     4176 
Navy  Department,  safes  of  varlcus 
commodities  by.     See  specific 
commodities. 
Noodle    products.      See    Processed 

foods. 
Oil  (and  oilseed)   meal.  cake,  pel- 
lets, etc.;  soybean  products 4235 

Oil     products,     edible.    In    Puerto 

Rico.     Sec  Puerto  Rico. 
Olives  and  capers,  in  Puerto  Rico. 

See  Puerto  Rico. 
Onion   sets,    1945   crop:    notice   to 
growers  of  proposed  maximum 

prices 4217 

Onions.     See  Fruits,  berries,  vege- 
tables. 
In  Hawaii.     See  Hawaii. 
Paint.     See  Protective  coatings 
Panama  hat  bodies  Imported  from 

Ecuador 3999 

Paper  and  paper  products;  waste - 

paper 4103,4492 

Pea  harvesting  services.  See  FrultJS, 
berries,  vegetables. 

Peanuts  and  peanut  butter 3642 

Peltries.    See  Leather,  furs.  etc.     . 

Pepper 3876 

Peppers,  sweet.    See  FVults,  berries, 

vegetables.   ' 
Perfumes  and  cosmetics.  Imported; 

establishment  of  retail  prices-     4176 
Petroleum    and    petroleum    prod- 
ucts: 

Crude  petroleum 3560.4661 

Produced  from  various  pools.    3593. 

4611 

Gas,  natural  petroleum.. 3560 

Products  sold  by  refiners,  blend- 
ers, etc :  fuel  oil.  gasoline 
and  liquefied  jjetroleum  gas.    3563. 

3079 
Phosphate  rock.    See  Pertilieers. 
Pickles,  relish  and  condiments.  In 
Ptjerto  Rico.    See  Puerto  Rico. 
Pies    and    pastries.      See    Bakery 

products. 
Pillows.    See  Beds  and  bedding 
Plumbing  services.     See  Building 

materials  and  services. 
Poles  and  piling.    See  Forest  prod- 
ucts. 
Pork.     See  Meat. 

Potatoes.    See  Fruits,  berries,  vege- 
tables. 
In  Hawaii.    See  Hawaii. 
Pottery.    See  Household  articles. 

Poultry 3870 

See  also  Pood. 
Peed.     See  Peedlngstuffs. 
In  Hawaii.  See  Hawaii. 
Pressure  vessels.    See  Machinery. 
Processed    foods    (canned,    dried, 
frozen,  etc.)  : 

Beans 4335 

Frocen  fruits,  berries,  vegetables, 

etc.,  1044  and  later  packs.     4539 
Grapefruit  Juice,   li>44-4S  pack. 

exported  to  Canada 3895 

In    territories    and    possessions. 
See  Alaska;   Hawaii;  Puerto 
Rico;  Virgin  Islands. 
Macaroni  and  noodle  products..     4335 
Rationing    of.      See    Rationing, 
main  heading. 
Protective  coatings: 
Linseed    oil    paints,    manufac- 
turer's prices 4178 

Vegetable  waxes  and  beeswax...     3919 


10 


Page 


INDEX,  AprU  1945 


PRICE     ArWCNISTRATION,     OPPICB 
OF — Continued. 
Price  regulations;  commodities  and 
services — Continued. 
Puerto  Rlco: 

Beans,  peas  and  garbanzos 4156 

Canned  foods: 


PRICE     ADMINISTRATION.     OPPICB 
OF — Continued . 
Price  regulations;  commodities  and 
services — Continued. 
Services — Continued . 
Posting  requirements,  in  Hawaii. 
See  Hawaii. 

r, , kin>.     ir><4iiatrl«l        Ree 


Page 


Pftge 
PRICE     ADMINISTRATION,     OFFICE 
OF — Continued . 
Price  regulations;  commodities  and 
services — Continued. 
Tools — Continued . 

Rakes,  Imported;   establishment 

of  retail  prices.-. 4176 

Shovels,  long  handled.  Treasury 


Page 
PRICE     ADMINISTRATION,     OFFICE 
OF — Continued. 
Price  regulations;  special  orders  iac 
individual  firms — Continued. 

Austin,  Nathan 4166 

Auto-Bye  Co 4388 

Avedon,  Harvey 4248 

Axelson  Mfg    Co 4396 


INDEX,  AprU  1945 

Page 

PRICE     AIMiONISTRA'nGtT,     OFFICE 
OP — Continued. 
Price  regulations:  special  orders  for 
individual  firms — Continued, 

Denkert  Mine 4117 

Desort,   John 3953 

DeToung,  R.  H,  Co... 4393 

Diaz  &  Borreoro  Clear  Co 4398 


It 


P-ge 
PRICE     ADMrniBTRATTON,     OFFICE 
OF — Continued . 
Price  regulations;  special  orders  for 
Individual  firms — Continued. 

J.  B.  M.  Import  &  Export  Co 4381 

J.  &  H.  Cigar  Oo 3734.  3959 

J.  M.  B.  Import  &  Export  Co 3892 

Jay  Vee  CUrar  Co 3934 


Community      See  cjommunuy 
celling   prtcea. 


In  Alaska. 


See  Alaeka. 


•t«ry. 


4330 


xion  OD  prmmiMmm ^^aa 

Peoria,  El.,  dtatrlct 4185 

62000—46 a 


ment  agencies. 
commoditiea. 


see  rpecij»m 


lurer  B  pnce» 

Vegetable  wasee  axMl  beMmx... 


3919 


10 


INDEX,  AprU  1945 


Pac;e 


PRICE     AIMdINISTRATION,     OPPICK 
OF — Continued. 
Price  regulation*;  comnriodltlee  and 
services — Continued. 
Puerto  Rico: 

Beans,  peas  and  garbanzos 4155 

Canned  foods. 

3550 


Fish 


Fruit  Juice*-- 3549,  3738 


Fruits 


3549 


OPFICS 


Page 


Meat  products... 3550 

Soup     --^ 3650.    3728 

Tomato   products...  3560.3738,4155 

Vegetables 3550,  3728,  4155 

Crackers 3550 

Dairy    product*,    manufactured.     37.i8 
Fats  and  oil  producU,  edible. ..    3550. 

3728 

Peed,  mixed  and  straight 4155 

Grains   and  cereals,  packaged.-    3550, 

4155 

Grocery     products,     miscellane- 
ous 

Chicken  a  la  king 3350 

Fruits,  dried  or  dehydrated..    3351, 

4155 

Malt  syrup 3350 

Olive*  and  capers 3351.4165 

Pickles,     relish,     and     condi- 
ments  3361 

Tea 3350 

Kerosene    stoves 3729 

Liquors,  beer  and  malt 3551 

Macaroni,  spaghetti  and  vermi- 
celli  3550 

Packing  house  producU 3351,  4155 

Soap  and  cleaners 3351.3738,4155 

Push  caru,  new  two- wheeled 
hand,  purchased  from  Treas- 
ury    Department;     wholesale 

and  retail  prices -     4217 

Railroad  equipment. 

Steel  specialties.     See  Iron  and 

steel. 
Ties.     See  Forest  products 
Rakes.     See  Tools. 
Ranges.     See  Cooking  and  heatlr.g 

equipment 
Rations.  Army.     See  Military  sup- 
plies. 

Refrigerators;   ice  boxes — -.     3645 

Reindeer  meat      See  Alaska. 
Repairing  of  various  commodities. 
See  spectfie  commodities. 

Resins,  natural 4106 

Restaurant  prices;  beverages: 
Alcoholic;  posting  requirements . 
Malt  and  cereal.  In  eating  and 
drinking   establlshmenU   in 
designated  areas: 

Alabama 

Mississippi ■*399 

Oklahoma.. 4180 

South  Carolina 4188 

Rice: 

Finished,    and    rice    milling    by- 
products  ---   4154    4543 

Rough *158 

Rubber  and  rubber  products: 

Certain  commodities 4699 

I>ruK   sundries.     See   Drug   sun- 
dries 
Heels  and  soles.     See  Footwear. 
Tires  and  tubes      See  Tires. 
Saucers      See  Household  articles. 
Bcrap: 

See   also  specific  commodities. 
Used,  or  waste  materials  or  com- 
modities subject  to  GMPR; 
Government  sales,   and   re- 
sales  

Seafood.     See  FUh. 

Seed  potatoes.     See  FrulU,  berries. 

vegetables:    potatoes. 
Seeds 

L«gume   ar«l   grass 

Vegetable -     3947 

Services 

See  also  under  speci/lc  commod- 
ities 
Central   pricing 3935 


3593 


3738 


3662 


4208 


PRICl     ADMINISTRATION, 
OP — Continued . 
Price  regulations;  commoditiea  and 
services — Continued, 
Services — Continued . 
Posting  requirements,  in  Hawaii. 
See  Hawaii. 
Sewing  machines,  industrial.     See 

Machinery. 
Shearlings.     See  Leather. 
Sheepskins.    See  Leather. 
Shoes.     See  Footwear. 
Shovels.     See  Tools. 
Silverware.  See  Household  articles. 
Soaps  and  cleansers: 

Household,  sold  by  manufac- 
turers and  certain  whole- 
salers  — 

In    territories    and    possessions. 
See  Puerto  Rico;  Virgin  Is- 
lands. 
Soles      See  Footwear 
Soybeans: 

Products      See  Oil  meal 
Raw  and  unprocessed,  1945  crop, 
notice    to    growers    of    pro- 
posed maximum  prices 

Spinach.    See  Fruits,  berries,  vege- 
tables 
Splits      See  Leather. 
Sporting   goods.    Imported;    estab- 
lishment of  retail  prices 

Steel.     See  Iron  and  steel 
Stoves      See  Cooking  and  heating 
equipment 
Kerosene.    In   Puerto   Rico.      See 
Puerto  Rico. 
Strawberries.     See  Fruits,  berries. 

vegetables 
Sugar,  raw  cane.  In  Virgin  Islands 

See   Virgin   Islands. 
Superphosphate       See    Fertilizers. 
Tanning  materials: 

Chestnut    extract 

Imported   vegetable 

Tar  acids.  Imported 

Tea.   in   Puerto  Rico.     See  Puerto 

Rico. 
Textiles; 
Cotton: 

Adjustable  pricing  of  certain 
types   produced   pursuant 

to  WPB  direction 

Carded  grey  and  colored-yarn 

goods 

Products 

Sales   of    certain   products   at 
wholesale;    modlflcttlons- 

Fabrlcs,  woven  decorative 

Retail  prices  for  household  com- 
modities and  yard  goods 
(linens,  blankets,  domes- 
tics, draperies,  etc).  See 
Household  articles:  retail 
prices. 
Tires  and  tubes: 

Bicycle,  new,  regulations  reis- 
sued    

New: 

Retail 

Mud  and  snow  tires 

Wholesale 3947 

Recapped  

Repair  materials,  camelback, 
etc  :  wholesale  prices,  cer- 
tain sales  of  materials  made 

from  scrap 

Uned 

In  Hawaii.     See  Hawaii. 
Tobacco 

Cigar  filler  and  binder,  do- 
mestic     - 

Maryland  (Type  32);  regulations 

revised - 

Tools: 

Machine     tools.     See     Machine 

tools. 
MAhuXacturers"    prices    for    cer- 
tain tools - 


4542 


3653 


4176 


4107 
4038 
3924 


3895 

3870 
3875 

4U6 
4663 


4199 

4600 
3717 
3979 
46C0 


3993 
4600 


4236 
4600 

4125 


410C 
4!0ti 
41('fi 
3764 


..     41TG 


Pi'ge 
PRICK     ADMINISTRATION,     OFFICE 
OF — Continued . 
Price  regulations;  commodities  and 
serv  ices — Continued . 
Tools — Continued . 

Rakes,  imported;   establishment 

of  retail  prices.  - 417ti 

Shovels,  long  handled.  Treasury 
Department  sales,  and  re- 
sales; Region  III 4047 

Toys,   imported;   establishment  of 

reUll  prices 4176 

Tubs,  foot.     See  Foot  tubs. 
Umbrellas,  retail  prices.     See  Ap- 
parel:  retail  prices. 
Uniforms.      See      Apparel :      retail 

prices. 
Vacuum  cleaners,  household.    See 

Household  articles. 
Veal.     See  Meat 

Vegetables.      See    Fruits,    berries, 
vegetables. 
Seeds.     See  Seeds. 
Tanning    materials.      See    Tan- 
ning materials. 
Waxes.     See  Protective  coatings. 
Virgin     Islands:     regulations     re- 
garding specified  commodities: 
Fruit    and    vegetable    products, 

fresh  and  dried 4494 

Grain  and  grain  producU.  cer- 
tain  

Meat   products,   certain... 

Soaps,  certain  laundry  or  tollet. 

Su(;ar  cane,  raw — 

Vitamin  A  oils  and  concentrates. 

See  Chemicals. 
Wallets,    mens    Imported,    estab- 
lishment  of   retail   prices 
Wastepaper.      See  Paper. 
Watches: 

Containing     Imported     m  o  v  e- 
menU,  sales  by  asMmblers- 

Imported 

Waxes.     See  Protective  coatings. 

Wheat 

Wine,  in  Puerto  Rico.     See  Puerto 

Rico. 
Wire,  cable  and  cable  accessories: 
Government    sales,     and     re- 
sales  

Wood  excelsior  and  wool,  modifi- 
cations       35jl 

Wrenches,  certain  open  end;  Navy 
Department  sales,  and  re- 
sales  3893 

Yarns,  cotton.     See  Cotton. 
Price  regulations;  special  orders  for 
Individual  firms: 

A   &  H   Lumber  Products  Co 45^1 

Abbott,  Clarence  James.. 43'.'0 

Ace  Mfg.  Co 3781.  378! 

Acme  Rubber  Mfg.  Co 3717 

Acme  Tin  Plate  &  Roofing  Supply 

Co -    -      4519 

Adler,  Melvln  S 3782 

Admiral  Industries 4:'H4 

Aero  Engineering  &  Mfg.  Co 36til 

Albe  Metal  Works 36,'5 

Alex-Roberts  Flex-O-Craft,  Inc..     3HH8 

Aisled   Coal  Co 41  :• 

Alvarez.    Juan    Nleves ^^.f^ 

American    Castle   Co 39'.'G 

American   Iron  &   Machine  Works 

Co 42.V. 

American  Rolling  Mill  Co 4'n6 

Amherst  Coal  Co --     37D7 

Amlgo  Coal  Co --     4618 

Andrews.  W.  C,  Co 3t  *,J 

Apogl.  Solomon '*'■■''' 

Arco  Woodcraft  Co 3'J>6 

Art  Specialty  Co 4;57 

Artcraft  Metal   Works 3955  4560 

Artcraft  Wire  Works... ---     36t>:! 

ArtUtlc    Studio ^'^'^ 

Ashco  Aluminum  Foundry  Co 3ef-3 

Associated  Engineers.  Incl.. 4118 

Atlantic  Aluminum  Pattern  Co...     3054 
AUantlc  Mercantile  Co 3.4 


37UJ 
39iy 

4101 


3552 


Ausnvers  &  Wlmnan. 


JCjS 


Page 
PRICE     ADMINISTRATION,     OFFICE 
OF — Continued. 
Price  regulations;  special  orders  tar 
individual  flrm* — Continued. 

Austin,  Nathan 4166 

Auto-Bye  Co 4388 

Avedon,  Harvey 4248 

Axelflon  Mfg    Co 4396 

B.  B.  ChemlCAl  Co 3876 

B.  V.  8.  Cigar  Co.. 4379 

Bacu  loe  Co..  Inc 4247 

Bacu  Ice  A  Fuel  Co 4247 

Taker   Coal    Co 3707 

Baldlnger.  Louis,  &  Sons,  Inc 3782 

Ball  Co 4564 

Ballman-Cummlngs  Furniture  Co.  4170 

Bally.   Inc 3581 

Barnett-^nry   AssociatM 4587 

Basford,  H.  R.,  Co. 3659 

Beach  Mfg.  Co 3666 

Beautyette  Mlg.  Co 3585 

Beechnut  Coal  Co 3953 

Benal  Collieries.. 4167 

Benatar'a  Cut  Rate  Drugs 4380 

Berullx  Aviation  Corp.,  Zenith  Car- 
buretor Division 4170 

Bergen  County  Tobacco  &  Candy 

Co.,  Inc 3892 

Berrlman  Bros.,  Inc 3893 

Big  Four  Cigar  Factory 4382 

BiUey.  George  F 4391 

Bisco  Coal  Co 4514 

Blackwood  Fuel  Co 4166 

Blakely  BCllls.  Inc. 3781 

Boatenreiter.  Charles  B 3584 

Boettcber,  E..  &  Sons  Tool  A  Engi- 
neering Co 4394.4564 

Bond  Cigarette  Roller  Case  Co 4385 

Boss    Mfg.    Co 4617 

Bostlc  Brick  Co 3894 

Boyles  &  King 4119 

Brcttell  Coal  Co 4119 

Brooke.  W.  Paul 4167 

Brooks,  T.  E.,  &  Co 4553 

Bruce,  E.  L.,  Co 3994 

Brunswick  Seating  Corp 3709 

Buck.    F.    E. 4185 

Buena  Vista  Coal  Mine 3780 

BUrgoyne.  Glen,  Coal  Co 3730 

Buslck,  William  E 3997 

C  &  O  Toy  Manufacturers 4559 

C.  P.   Coal  Co 4118 

C    &  S.  Coal  Co 3953 

Cacclola  Cigar  Co 3928 

Cacclola.  Rocco 3928 

California  Woodcrafters 4121 

Capital  City  Lumber  Co 4558 

Carbonado  Coal  Co 4680 

Carlson.  John,  &  Son.  Inc.. 3660 

Carmen  Cigar  Factory 3930 

Carr  &  Johnston  Co 3712 

Carr  &  Moehl  Co 4552 

Castro  it  Lopez 4554 

Cats  American  Co.,  Inc 4122 

Cedarburg  Mfg.  Co 4280 

Chapman,  John  William 4279 

Chatel.  R.  E.,  &  Co 4393 

Chrysler   Corp 4246 

City  Elkhorn  Ooal  Co 3707 

Clements  Mfg.  Co 4178 

Cllne  Air  Equipment  Co 8660 

Coffey,  Robert  L 3953 

Coleman  Instrument  &  Mfg  Co...  3958 

College  Wood  ProducU  Co ._  4558 

Colonial   Cigar  Co _  4395 

Comstock  Castle  Stove  Co 8591 

Congleton  Bros 4118 

Consolidated  Sales  &  Products 3890 

Copenhaver,  S.  A 3953 

Corona  Mfg.  Co 4392 

Costello,  George  V 4385 

Crum.  Harley  W.. 4376 

Cunningham  Brick  Co 3894 

D.  M.  C.  Cigar  Factory 3t31 

Daniel's   Glass   Co 3958 

Davles,  C.  J 3710 

Davles.  Elbert  L 3963 

Dearborn  Br«M  Co i ,.  4397 

Deer  Field  Coal  Co * 4167 

Democratic  Cigar  Factory... .__.»  4173 


INDEX,  AprU  194$ 

Page 

PRICE     ADUDnBTRATlC^,     OFFICE 
OF — Continued. 
Price  regulations:  ipecial  orders  for 
individual  firma — Continued. 

Denkert  Mine 4117 

Desort.   John 3953 

DeToung.  R.  H,  Co.- 4393 

Diaz  &  Borrego  Cigar  Co 4396 

Dixie  Cigar  Co 4516 

Dorta,  A.,  Jr 4174 

Dunhlll,  Alfred,  of  London.  Inc...  4560 

Dunlo  Coal  Co 8954 

Du  Pont  Setnesan  Co 3589.  3653 

El  Guaso  Cigar  Factory 3931 

El  Hombre  Libre  Cigar  Factory...  3931 
El    Veguero    Havana   Blend    Cigar 

Co - 4383 

Eldridgc,  Walter  W 4518 

Electronome  Corp 4389 

Elliot  C«al  Mining  Co . 3954 

Ellis  Mfg.  Co 4388 

Emco  Products  Corp 3657 

Erie  Cooling  Co 3731,  4395 

Essanarr  Co 3658 

Estee  Bedding  Co 3731 

Estrella  Cigar  Factory 3733.  4380 

F  &  W  Foundry 3588 

Paber,  Coe  ft  Gregg,  Inc 4515 

Fake,  Harry  F 4174 

Peldman,  Ph 4119 

Pine,  Eugene 4167 

Plshback  Mfg.  Co 4401.  4589 

Plynn  Specialties  Co 3586 

Ford  ft  Gasklll 4167 

Ford.  James  W 4167 

Fort  Worth  Sales  Mfg.  Co. 4386 

Franklin,  John  F..  8c  Co 4121 

Prey.  Merwln 4174 

Prle  Cooling  Co 4395 

Froet  Co 4398 

Fry.  James  C 4618 

Furman   Coal  Co 4167 

G  &  S  Cigar  Co.. 3959 

Gallo,  Juan 8929,  4396 

Galvan  Mfg.  Co 4557 

Garrison  Furniture  Co 4171 

Gay  Cigar  Co 3933 

Gelsei,  Owen 3954 

General  Electric  Co 3716 

General  Motors  Corp 4556 

General  Sales  Co 4561 

General  Sheet  Metal  Works 3654 

General  Wood  ProducU  Co 4552 

Gerace.  Anthony 4381 

Geraghty.  Lawrence  F 4379 

Gibbs  Mfg.  Co 3587 

Glpe,  James  E 4171 

Globe  Knitting  Works. 8590,4619 

Gonzalez.  Joee,  tt  Co 3932 

Gossage,  Harry  J 4517 

Gruen  Watch  Co 4175 

Haflich,  leador 4250 

Hale,  BUI 4118 

Hall,  C    M 4117 

Han-D-Rols   Cfe 3996 

Happy  Hollow  Ooal  Co 4117 

Hardware  Engineering  Co 4662 

Harvel  Watch  Co 4128 

Reiser,  A.  C... 3655 

Helbros  Watch  Co 3709 

Hendricks  Lumber  Co 3661 

Herquez,  Antonio 4515 

Hersh  Electric  Specialty  Co 3712 

Hl-Lor  Mfg,  Oo 4247 

Hledel,  FYank  E 4377,4378 

Hlland  Coal  Co..  Inc 3954 

Hill-Independent  Mfg.  Co 3783 

Hockley,  Jules  M... _ 4380 

Hodgln  ft  Gilliam 4169 

Holland  Furnace  Service 4388 

Holtlte  Mfg.  Co 4126 

Home  Light  Co.  at  America 3955 

Hood  Rubber  Co 4125 

Hopson,  J.  W 3997 

Hughes,  J.  C 3954 

Hutton,    Alfred 3780 

Imperial  Plating  Oo 3714 

Independent  Tobacco  Oo 3932,  3960 

Isenhour  Brick  ft  Tile  Oo 3894 

Ivel  Corp _.  3714 


If 


P-ge 
PRICE     ADMINIflTRAITON,     OFFICE 
OP — Continued . 
Price  regulations;  special  orders  for 
individual  firms — Continued. 

J.  B.  M.  Import  ft  Export  Co 4381 

J.  ft  H.  Cigar  Cb 3734.  3959 

J.  M.  B.  Import  ft  Export  Co 3892 

Jay  Vee  Cigar  Co 3934 

Jetoba  Mfg.  Co 3714 

Johnson,  A.,  Oo 4514 

Johnson,  L.,  Bifg.  Co. 3585 

Johnson.  Lawrence,  ft  Co  ,  Inc 4553 

Jones  Ooal  Co 4118 

Joyland  Tojrs 4386 

Juliette  Coal  Co 3954 

Kanawha  Broom  Co 4562 

Kangaroo 3662 

Kaufman,  George  G 3588 

Keene,  Walter  E..  Mfg  Co 4392 

Keller  Tool  and  Supply  Co 4383 

Kelly-Springfield   Tire   Co 3717 

Kerk-Gulld,   Inc 3887 

Klngan  ft  Co 3663 

Kingnon-Conley  Electric  Co 4129 

Klein,  Stefan 4118 

Klotz  ft  Klein 4118 

Knox  Porcelain  Corp 3581 

Korth,  FTed  W.,  ft  Co 3716 

Kranfro  Mfg.   Co... 3956 

Krayn  Coal  Co 3952 

Kreldler.  Carl  H 4385 

L.  8.  Trading  Co 4516 

La  Plaza  De  Oro  Cigar  Factory 3930 

La  Slga  Cigar  Mfg.  Co 3892 

Lancaster  Coal  Co 3993 

Landau.  Max.  ft  Co 4565 

Landls  Manufacturing  Co 4171 

Lang  Tool  ft  Die  Co 4393 

Lanstwrry,  Abble  E..  &  Son 3952 

Lasko  Metal  Products  Co 4249 

Latrobe  Construction  Co 4118 

LatTObe  Fuel  Co 4118 

Laurel  Run  Coal  Mln.  Co 3952 

Lawrence  Woodcraft  Co 3888 

Leckrone  Coal  and  Coke  Co 4167 

Lee,   Arthur,   Co 4250 

Lengquist.  Robert,  Furniture  Co..  3713 

Levermatlc  Corp 4388 

Liberty  Hardware  Mfg.  Co 3999 

Link,  L..  ft  Co.,  Inc 4124 

Llvon  Upholstering  Co 4560 

Locke  Stove  Oo 3653 

Lucky  Star  Cigar  Factory 4518 

Luggage    Equipment    ft    Stamping 

Co 3887 

Luther,  E.  T 3585 

Luther-ScoUon,  Inc 3952 

Lyon  Metal  Products,  Inc 4391 

M.  H.  Y.  Coal  Co 4119 

M  ft  M  Woodworking  Co.,  Inc..  3957,  4563 

McCoy-Couch  Furniture  Mfg.  Co.  3954 

Mack  Manufacturing  Co 4177,  4278 

McKendry-Brannen  Co 3894 

Macmaweb  Industries 4339 

Macro  Mfg.  Co _ 3587 

Miadera  Products  Co 3953 

Majestic  Display  Case  Co..  Inc.  3669,  3994 

Manhattan  Novelty  Co 4383 

Manhelmer ,  Louis,  ft  Bros.,  Inc 3735 

Mansfield.   Stuart 4125 

Marble  Mfg.  Co 3890 

Marcos  Cigar  Co 3934 

Marietta  Hollow- Ware  ft  Enamel- 
ing   Co 4120 

Marks,  E.  H 3711 

Marks  Products  Co.,  Inc 4251 

Master  Cigar  Co 4174 

Master  Launderers,  Inc 4187 

Master  Refrigeration  Service  Co 3583 

Meade  Coal  Co 3707 

Meinhardt  ft  Sons 3710 

Menendez  ft  Puleo  Cigar  Factory..  4563 

Midget  Enterprises 4395 

Miller,    W.,   Inc 8584 

Mlrex  Cigar  Oo... 8934 

Moland-Drysdale   Corp 3894 

Monitor  Coal  ft  Coke  Co 4166 

Montlcello  Mfg.  Corp.. 8782 

Morgan  Ice  ft  Fuel  Co.._ 4247 


INDEX.  AprU  1945 


INDEX,  AprU  1945 


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Page 
PRICK     ADMINISTRATION.     OPFICB 
OF — Continued . 
Price  regulations;  apeclal  orders  for 
individual  flrma — Continued. 

Moulden.  B.  L..  Co 3983 

National  Candy  Co..  Inc 4278 

National  Pooda.  Inc 3935 

New  Long  Coal  Co 4118 

Newark    Chair    &    Furniture    Co. 

Inc 4348 

Nifty  Roller  Co 4384 

North  American  Iniport  h  Export 

Co --- *ia2 

Northern  Wood  ProducU  Co 3996 

Northwestern  Appliance  Co 3783 

Northwestern  IlllnoU  Coal  Corp. ._  3730 

Norwood  Co 4169 

Ortiz.  PrancUco 4563 

Ottawa  Metal  Specialties 3995 

Packer  Bros... --- 4134 

Parker  Mfg.  Co -. 3935 

Pass  &  Venters    .- --  3707 

Payton.  A  B  .  8t  Co 4394 

Pearsons.  L.  E 4378 

Peeler.  J   P  .  &  Sons.-. -  3733 

Penalver,  Rlcardo 4377 

Pep  Coal  Co 3730 

Perez.  Pedro.  Cigar  Co 3959 

Perlne.  B.  &  Sons.  Inc 3952 

Plersen  Products 3959 

Plerson's  Production 3«54 

Pioneer  Mfg    Co 3712 

Planetaro  Mfg    Co - 3585 

Polk  Industries 3956 

Popper.  B.   &  Co.   Inc 3939 

PostmuB,  Clarence  M 3660 

Production  Tooling  Co 3581,  3593 

Pullman  Northwest,  Inc 3711 

Ramcys  Pork  Coal  Co 4168 

Red  Jacket  Coal  Corp --  4166 

Red  Ring  Co»l  Co 3730 

Red  Top  Coal  CO  .  Inc 3953,  4046 

Rexon.   Inc 4551 

Reyes.  Jose  E  .  k  Co.- ---  4377 

Reynolds  International  Co 3716 

Reynolds  Metals  Co -  3890 

Rhoten   &  Fryslnger   Construction 

Co - 4119 

Rlcans  Cigar  Factory 4563 

Riccl.  Louis   A --  3667 

Rider.    Charles   D 3592 

Rieger  Mfg    Co 3999 

Rlghter,  Harry  M- 4390 

Rite  way  Mfg.  Co 3657 

Rival   Mfg.  Co 4561 

Robblns  A  Burke.  Inc 3582 

Robot   Watch   Co 3784 

RockofT  Manufacturing  Co 4120 

Rodriguez  and  Garcia  Cigar  Co.-  4123 

Rolex  Watch  Co 3706 

Rosarlo,   Fernando 3733 

Rose  Valley  Coal  Co 3894 

Roseman,  Paul.  Cigar  Co.- -  4173 

Rothenberg  &  Schloss  Cigar  Co.—  4276 

Royal   Specialty  Co 4121 

Rubey.  P   J.  Co.  Inc 4128 

RufTalo.  John  B..  Oo 3588 

Ryder  Novelty  Producers 3668 

S  F  S  Co 4386 

S  A  K  Products 4281 

8    8    Manufacturing  Co 4248 

St.  Louis  Music  Supply  Co 4127 

Salter.  H    B.  Mfg   Co 4046,4397 

Samuels.  0«orgc,  A  Associates 4123 

Sargent   tt   Co 4218 

Schultz,  John.  Contracting  Co 4119 

Schwarz    &    Son 4123 

Sconza.  D    M 3955 

Sebrell    and   Walters  Mfg.   *   Dis- 
tributing   Co 3661 

Seeman   Bros.   Inc 4218 

Sensenbrenner.  A  ,  Sons 4376 

Service  Metal  Products  Co 3715 

Shelly.   Clair    A 4172 

Skallerup.    Otto 4382 

Skowanck,  John 4517 

Smith.  Alfred 4276 

Smith    *    Anderson    3953,    4046 

Smith.  Gordon   Arthur.   Inc 3895 

Smith.   Leon   C - - 3969 


INDEX,  AprU  1945 

Page 
PRICE     ADMINISTRATION.     OFFICB 
OF — Continued. 
Price  regulations;  specUa  order*  for 
Individual  firm* — Continued. 

Southern  Desk  Co. 3709 

Southern  Hame  Co..  Inc 3588 

Southern  Properties.  Inc 4397 

Southwestern  Development  Co...  8783 

Speldel   Coal  Co... 4119 

Stamer.  Herman,  Mfg.  Co 3587 

Stanton  Product* 3656 

Stelnhorst,  Kmll.  ft  Sons.  Inc 3732 

Stevens  Coal  Co 4120 

Stewart,  O.  S  .  Co 3713 

Strait-Jackson    ProducU 4281 

Studwell,   Irvin 4277 

Sulco  Products  Corp 4390 

Sun   Glow   Industries.   Inc..   3730,  3731 

System  Service  Co. 4246 

Tailor  Made  Mfg.  Co 4394 

Tarbert,  John  T.. - 4136 

Tasco  Corp 4175 

Taylor  Mfg.  Co 3656 

Tegarden,  Dorothy  Crldcr 4127 

Tennessee  Stove   Works 3716 

Throne.   H.   J 4564 

Tornlck.    Sam 455'J 

Tower.  A    J,  Co 4121 

Trav-Ler  Karenola  Radio  Si  Televi- 
sion   Corp 4559 

Tropical-Sun  Co. 4279 

Truellne   Mfg    Co 3781 

Turner  &  Harrison  Steel  Pen  Mfg. 

Co..   Inc 4279 

Twlx    Mfgr     Co    --     4387 

Tyler  Fixture  Corp 3582.  4617 

Ukman.  Jacob 3734 

United  States  Rubber  Co 4565 

Utility   Hook   Co 4281 

V    L.  Stamping  Mfg.  Co 3888 

Vanden  Berge  Cigar  Co 3933 

Variety  Mlllwork  Co 3593 

Victor.  R    C.  Mfg.  Cb 3995 

Victoria  Sweets,  Inc 3690 

Volt,  W   J  .  Rubber  Corp 4280 

Voytush.  Steve 3953,4046 

W.  W.  Coal  Co 3591 

Waage.  A.  H,  Electric  Co 3592 

Wakmann  Watch  Co 3784 

Wald  MXg   Co 4391 

Warner  Specialty  Corp 3995 

Waverly  Petroleum  Products  Co 4117 

Waymoth    Corp 4558 

Webster  Rubber  Co... 4125 

Wegman,   Clayton  H ..-  4557 

Well,  Cliff,  Cigar  Co.  Inc 4275 

Weller  Bros 3592 

West  Coast  Mfg.  Co ...  3993 

West.   Richard 4166 

Western  Stove  Co 3891 

Whale  Tool  Corp 3992 

Wheel-A-Dlsh    Co 3957 

Wheeler.  Prank  O 4172 

Whlgham.  L.  F..  Dtlry 4586 

White,  John.. « 4119 

White  Mfg.  Co... 3711 

Wlchneswsky,  E   H 4553 

Wlco  Electric  Co 4218 

Wilbur  Estate 4247 

Williams.  Lexie 3715 

Williams.  Orval 4387 

Windsor  Products  Co 4261 

Wood,  P.  B..  Cbal  Mining  Co...  3963.  4046 

Woodcraft  Industries.  Ltd 3994 

Wrecking  Corporation  of  America..  3780 

Yadkin  Brick  Yards 3894 

Yokum  Bros.,  Inc 3733 

Youngstown  Cabinet  Works 4561 

Zapata.  Ramon 3891 

Regulations    by   document    designa- 
tion: 

Control  order  No    1 4605 

p\xxl  products  regulations: 
No    1: 

Supplement  3:  amendment  3.  4335 

Supplement  3.  smendmsnt  3.  3664 

Supplement  6;  amendment  6.  4539 
No.  2: 

Amendment  5 3980 

Supplement   6 4539 


Ppgp 
PRICE     ADiflNlSTRATION.     OFFICE 
OF — Continued 
Regtilatlona   by   document   designa- 
tion— Continued . 
Food  products  regulations — Con. 
No.  3: 

Supplement  3;  amendment  3.     423.S 
Supplement  4;  amendment  2.     426.T 

No.  4 4103 

No.  5 4236 

General    maximum    price    regula- 
tion;   supplementary    regula- 
tions: 
,No.  1.  revised: 

Amendment  97 3947 

Anrendmcnt  98 4107 

Amendment  99.. 4494 

No.  11,  revised;  amendment  58..     387() 
No.  14,  2nd  revision; 

Amendment  5 —     35,51 

Amendment  6 4107 

No.  14E;  amendment  2 4156 

No.  14P: 

Amendment  3 3668.  372H 

Amendment  4 4198 

No.  14J: 

Amendment  3 4102 

Amendment  3 410K 

Amendment  4 43:)fi 

No.  15;  amendment  37 3870 

Import     price     regulation,    maxi- 
mum; amendments 426.T 

Licensing  order  No.  3.  revocation.     4 Hi 

Prlc«  regvilatloni.  maximum: 

No.  1;   unendment  8 414" 

No.  4;  amendment  2 3871.  43.iL; 

No.  26,  revised;  amendment  12, .  46t  ; 
No.  30: 

Amendment  11 410:1 

Amendment  12. 4492 

No.  38;  amendment  8 466; 

No.  63;  amendmient  45 423ti 

No.  61;  amendment  2 3692 

No.  88: 

Amendment  34,  correction 397  i 

Amendment  28 SS.'S* 

No  97,  revised;  amendment  18..  46'H 
No.   109.  revised;  amendment  7. 

note.- - --  4 1  I'll 

No.  116;  amendment9 42t:. 

No.  118;  amendment  32 3875 

No.  120: 

Amendment  135 39'« 

Amendment  136 43! 

As  amended  April  30,  1946 43t  3 

No.  135.  revised;  amendment  8.-  4100 

No.  141;  amendment  4... -  3693 

No.  143.  revised: 

Amendment  5 3947 

Amendment   6 3979 

No.    148.   revised: 

Amendment  21.  correction 3644 

Amendment   23 4265 

No.  150.  2nd  revision: 

Amendment   8 4154 

Amendment   6 4542 

No.  165,  revised: 

Amendment  8 

Supplementary    service    regu- 
lations: 

No.  51 

No   63. 

No.  53 : 

No.  169.  revised;  amendment  53 

No.  178;  amendment  7 3723 

No.  183.  revised: 

Amendment  69 3549 

Amendment  70 3728 

Amendment  71. 4155 

No.  186,  revised  amendment  11-.  46  2 

No.  188;  amendment  53 417 

No.  193.  revised;  amendment  3..  3924 
No.    196,   2nd   revision;    amend- 
ment 3 --  4347.45.i7 

No.  200;   amendment  20 3642 

No.  303;  amendment  3. 4493 

No.    21C.    3d    revision;    amend- 
ment 3 -.-  3924 

No    330;  amendment  19.-- 45  0 

No   240.  revised;  amendment  2..  4i9! 


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PRICE     ADMINISTRATION.     OFFICE 
OF — Continued . 
Regulations  by  document  designa- 
tion— Cont  Inued . 
Price  regulations,  maximum — Con. 
No.  269.  revised: 

Amendment  4 3568 

Amendment  5 4106 

No.  264,  revised;  amendment  4..  3919 
No.  268,  revised;  amendment  11.  3554 
No.   269.   3nd   revision;    amend- 
ment 3 3870 

No.  271.  revised: 

Amendment  32 _  3764 

Amendment  S3 4035 

Amendment   34 4154 

Amendment  38 4347 

Amendment  36 4600 

No.  388: 

Amendment   42 3920 

Amendment  43... 4662 

No    389,  revised: 

Amendment  22.  correction 3726 

Amendment  33 3654 

Amendment  34 3948 

Amendment  35 3950 

No.  394;  amendment  5 4263 

No.  296,  revised;   amendment  6.  4035 

No.  297;  amendment  2 4106 

No.  300.  revised-- 4140 

No.  301,  revised 4150 

No.  318;  amendment  4 4349 

No.  319.  2d  revision 3545 

No.  322,  2A  revision;  revocation,  4600 

No.  3S5.  revised:  amendment  7..  3642 

No.  352;   amendment  8 4107 

No.  357,  revised;  amendment  1.  4537 

No.  364;  amendment  29 -..  4348 

No.  373: 

Amendment   137 3557 

Amendmtat  138 - 3557 

Amendment  139 3870 

Amendment  140 4103 

Amendment   141 4355 

Amendment  142--- 46M 

Amendment   143 4664 

No.  375;  amendment  5 4154 

No.  378;  amendment  8 4208 

No.  391;  amendment  5 4542 

No.  395: 

Amendment  40 3764 

Amendment  41 4105 

Amendment  42 4494 

No.  399;  amendment  18 3645 

No.  401.  revocation 4542 

No.  422;  amendment  42.-. 3814 

No.  423;  amendment  41... 3814 

No.  434;  amendment  5 3644 

No.  426: 

Amendment  95 4156 

Amendment  96 4266 

Amendment  97 4665 

No,  435: 

Amendment  8 4199 

As  amended  April  18,  1945 4199 

No.  436.  revised: 

Amendment   13 3560 

Amendment   13 4661 

No.  460;  amendment  3 3870 

No.  465;  amendment  7 4155 

No.  471.  revised:  amendment  5_  4208 

No.  477;  amendment  11 3644 

No.  487,  revised;  amendment  5.  4101 

No.  494,  revised;  amendment  2.  4236 

No.  496;   amendment  9 3947 

No.  499.  revised:  amendment  1.  3919 

No.  507,  revised;  amendment  2-  3694, 

3979 

No.  518;  amendment  5 4166 

No.  524;  amendment  4 3947 

No.  528,  revised;  amendment  1.  4600 

No.  531;  amendment  7 4038 

No.  632,  2d  revision -.  4600 

No.  533-2;  amendment  2 3918 

No.  5S3-5:  amendment  2 3918 

No.  641;  amendment  4 3724 

No.  554;  amendment  1 4100 

No.  563;  amendment  3 -  4366 

No.  570;  amendment  2 4663 


INDEX,  AprU  1945 

Phge 
PRICE     ADMINISntATION,     OFFICE 
OF — Continued . 
Price  regulations;  q;>ecial  orders  for 
Individual  flrma — Continued. 
Price  regulations,  maxlmimi — Con. 

No.  571;  amendment  3 3568 

No.  874: 

Amendment   1 3691 

Amendment  2— 4099 

No.  579: 

Amendment  3 3555 

Amendment  3 4036 

Amendment  4 4348 

Amendment  5 4536 

Correction 1 4035 

No.  580: 

Amendment  3 4336 

Amendment  3 4494 

Amendment  4 4611 

Correction 3643 

General  retail  orders: 

No.    1 4238 

No.    2-.- - --.     4239 

No.  581;  amendment  1 4348 

No.    584-- 4360 

Price  schedules,  revised: 

No.  7;  amendment  17 3562 

No.  35;  amendment  26 3876 

No.  41;  amendment  15 3873 

No.  52;  amendment  2 3876 

Procedural  regulation  No.   13,  re- 
vised: 
Amendment    1 3726 

A»  amended  April  6.  1945 3726 

Ration   orders: 

No.   3.   2d  revision;    amendment 

14 - 4105 

No.  5C: 

Amendment  163,  correction-.  3645 

Amendment   183 3764 

Amendment  184 4038 

No.  5E;  amendment  11 4544 

No.  6A;  amendment  17 4335 

No.  8A;  amendment  19 4664 

No.  10;  amendment  29 4165 

No.  11,  revised: 

Amendment  52 3814 

Amendment  53 3815 

Amendment  54 4038 

Amendment  55 3814 

No.    13.    revised;    supplement    1, 
2nd  revision: 

Amendment  53 3556 

Amendment  64 3549 

No.  16,  revised: 

Amendment  49 3817 

As  amended  April  7,  1945 3817 

Supplement    I.   2nd    revUlon; 

amendment   37. .-.  3549 

Ration   orders,   general: 

No.  5;  amendment  101 4102 

No.  7;  amendment  16 4103 

Rent  control  orders: 

Defense-rental    areas;    designa- 
tions and  rent  declarations: 

No.  27;  amendment  8 3556 

No.  31;  amendment  31 3556 

Hotels  and  rooming  houses;  rent 
regulation: 

Amendment   48 3555,3727 

Amendment  49 3556.3727 

Amendment  50 3951 

Housing;   rent  regulation: 

Amendment  82 3565.  3727 

Amendment  53 3555,  3727 

Amendment  54 3951 

As  amended  March  29,  1945; 

correction 4805 

Restriction  orders: 

No.  13;  amendment  1 3727 

No.    14-_ 355fl 

No.    15.. 3818 

Supplementary  orders: 

No.  80;  amendment  2 3960 

No.  93;  amendment  4 3642 

No.  84;  amendment  4 3552 

No.  101;  amendment  1 3871 

No.    108 - 4336 


13 


Puge 
PROCLAMATIONS: 
Announcement  of  death  of  Franklin 
Delano  Roosevelt  and  proclama- 
tion of  day  of  mourning  (Proc. 

2648) 4009 

Orders  prescribing  certain  acts  in 

connection  with 4011 

Child  Health  Day.  1945  (Proc.  2647) .     4009 
Emergency  Board.    See  National  Me- 
diation Board. 

Mother's  Day,  1945  (Proc.  2649) 4285 

National  Maritime  Day,   1945    (Proc. 

2645) - 3793 

National  Mediation  Board;  Emer. 
gency  Board  created  to  investi- 
gate and  report  on  dispute  be- 
tween Missouri  Pacific  Railroad 
Co.  and  employees  (Proc.  2646)  .     3939 

PUBLIC  CONTRACTS  DIVISION: 
Minimum  wage  determinations .  vari- 
ous     industries;      photographic 
supplies 3646 

PUBLIC  DEBT  BUREAU.    See  Treasury 
Department. 

PUBLIC  HEALTH  SERVICE: 

Foreign  quarantine;  inspection  upon 

entry  of  certain  vessels 4208 

PUBLIC  ROADS  ADMINISTRATION: 
Highwa3r8;  regulations  under  Federal 
Highway   Act    and    Federal    Aid 
Road  Act 4496 

R 

RATIONING: 

Administration;  ration  stamps  and 
coupons,    method    of    surrender 

and   deposit , 4103 

Food.     See   Meat;    Processed   foods; 
Sugar. 
In  territories  and  poesessions.    See 

Puerto  Rico;   Virgin  Islands. 
Institutional  users.     See  Institu- 
tional users. 
Footwear;    rubber    boots    and    work  ^ 

shoes,  men's 4335 

Fuel  oil;  provisions  of  order: 

Class  3A  coupons 4038 

Expiration  and  revocation  of  ra- 
tions  4038 

Heat  and  hot  water  rations: 

Additional 3814 

For    1944-45    heating    year,    re- 
newal  of 4038 

Issuance  of   rations,  general  pro- 
visions      4038 

Miscellaneous  uses,  rations  for 3814 

Motor  vehicles,  commercial 3815 

Restrictions  on   transfers   to   and 

by    consumers 4038 

Gasoline;  order  applying  to  con- 
tinental U.  S.: 

Deflnitlons 4036 

Expiration,  revocation,   and   rede- 
termination of  rations 3764.4037 

Issuance   of  rations  and   mileage 

rationing  records 4C37 

Non-highway    rations 4036 

Non-highway  rations  and  deliv- 
ery   records,    Pennsylvania 

Test  Area 4C38 

Renewal   of  rations   and   issuance 

of  further  rations 4057 

Replenishment  and  audit;  records 

and   audits 3645 

Transfers  and  use;  restrictions  on 

transfers 4037 

Institutional  users;  provisions  of 
order : 

Definitions 4103 

New  institutional  establishments-     4102 
Livestock  slaughter  and  meat  dis- 
tribution   4«05 

Enforcement    of    quotas;    delega- 
tion of  authority  to  Office  of 

Price    Administration 4194 

Meat,  fats,  flsh  and  cheeses: 
Control  of  livestock  slaughter  and 
meat  distribution.     See  Live- 
stock. 


14 

Page 

RATIONINC3 — Continued. 

Meat,  fata,  fish  and  cbeeaefr— Con. 
Point  values,  factors   and  ration 

periods ^549 

Rationing  regulations  revised 8817 

Motor    vehicles,     new    conunerclal; 
raUonlng  by  Office  of  Defense 

Transportation 3877 

Processed  foods:   point  values,  fac- 
tors and  ration  periods 3549,3558 

Puerto  Rico: 

Gasoline *^** 


INDEX,  April  1945 

Page 
SBCUHITIEB  AND  EXCHANGE  COM- 
MISSION: 
Hearings,  etc.: 

Adams  express  Co 40oa 

Alabama  Water  Service  Co 8900 

American    &    Foreign   Power    Co.. 

Inc 3898,  4882 

American  Oas  &  Electric  Co 4284 

American  International  Corp 4005 

American  Power  &  Light  Co-.  4406,  4648 

Associated  Electric  Co 3600, 

4230,  4646,  4683 
Associated  Oas   and  Electric  Co., 


Page 
BECURITUBB  AND  BXCHAN<M  COM- 
MISSION— Continued . 
"Hearlncs.  etc.— Continued. 

Lake  Superior  District  Power  Co.  3600. 

3006,4402.4520 

Lamprey  River  Improvement  Co-.  4402 

Laiuidel   Corp 4403 

Leominster      Electric      Light      & 

Power    Co 4224 

Loeb,   Leo 4006 

Long  Beach  Oas  Co,  Inc 4403 

Long  Island  Lighting  Co 4403 

Madison  Power  Co ---  4284 

,, ._      T 3937 


Page 
SECURITIES  AND  EXCHANGE  COM- 
MISSION—Continued . 
Hearings,  etc. — Continued. 
Trusteed   American  Bank  Shares, 

Series    "B" 3666 

Two  Rector  Street  Corp 3719 

United  Fuel  Gas  Co 4519 

United  Gas  Improvement  Oo 4644 

United  Light  and  Railways  Co 4221 

United  Public  Utilities  Corp 4005 

Vermont  UtlUUes,  Inc 3746,4007 

Virginia  Electric  &  Power  Co 4403 

Wachusett  Electric  Co 4224 

Warfleld  Natural  Oas  Qo 4519 


INDEX,  AprU  1945 

Page 
SOLID  FUELS  ADICNIBTRATION  FOR 
WAR: 
Coal  mines,  posseaiion  and  operation 
of;    exercise    d    powers    under 
Executive  Order  0530  and  dele- 
gation of  authority  to  Deputy 

Administrator  3983 

See  also  Interior  Department. 
Distribution  of  solid  fuels: 

Anthracite;   poultry  brooders  and 

hatcheries 3546 

Bituminous 3798 

For  consumers  engaged  in  cur- 
ing leaf  tobacco,  or  in  oner- 


15 


P.^ge 

SURPLUS  PROPERTY  BOARD— Con. 

Dlspoeal  of  surplus  property  within 

continental    United    States,    its 

territories  and  possessions — Con. 

Regulations  by  disf>o6al  agencies, 

reporting  of 3757 

Sale  of  small  quantities 3766 

Special  order;  E.  J.  Budd  Manufac- 
turing Co.,  RB-1  cargo  planes.  3791 
Specified  properties,  disposal  of; 
standard  general -purpose  ma- 
chine tools,  pricing  policy  to 
be  observed  by  Reconstruction 
Finance  Corporation 4lfil 


14 


INDEX,  April  1945 


INDEX,  AprU  1945 


Page 


Page 


S776 


8777 
3951 


3777 


R  ATI  ONINO— Continued . 

Meat,  fata,  flah  and  cbee«e»— Con. 
Point   valuea.  ractora   and   ration 

period.  - 3M8 

Rationing  regulatlona  revUed 8817 

Motor    vehicles,    new    commercial: 
raUonlng  by  Office  of  Defenae 

Tranaportatlon. 38"^"^ 

Proceaaed  fooda:   point  valuea.  tac- 

tor*  and  ration  periods 3549,3656 

Puerto  Rico: 

Oaaollne *^** 

Restriction  orders: 

lATd ^~^' 

Rice 381^ 

Shortening ^^^® 

Shoes.     See  Footwear. 

Stoves *«** 

Sugar;    provisions  of  order: 

Consumers   (Article  H) *105 

MlacellaneouB  rules  and  prohlbl- 

tlons    (Article    XVH) 4105 

Purchase   certificates,   war   ration 
books,     stamps     and     ration 

checks   (Article  VU) 4106 

Virgin  lalands,  food;  rice 4155 

RECLAMATION  BDRKAU : 
Annual  water  charges: 

Rlverlon  Irrigation  Project,  Wyo- 
ming     «61 

Yakima  Project,  Washington;  Roza 

Division 

Yuma  Irrigation  Project,  Arizona- 
California 

First  form  reclamation  withdrawal; 
Rio  Grande  Project,  New  Mexico. 
Operation  and  maintenance  charges; 
Yakima  Project.  Sunnyslde  Divi- 
sion,  Washington 

RECONSTRUCTION  FINANCK  CORPO- 
RATION : 
Designation  as  agency  to  act  with 
respect  to  securities  acquired  by 
United  States  under  provisions 
of  Transportation  Act,  1920,  In 
connection  with  loans  to  Sea- 
board Railway  system  (Executive 

Order   9543) 4413 

Rentals  of  commodities  by;  price  reg- 
ulations.   See  Price  Administra- 
tion, Office  of. 
Surplus  property  disposal;   designa- 
tion as  disposal  agency.    See  Sur- 
plus Property  Board. 
ROOSEVELT,  FRANKLIN  DELANO,  an- 
nouncement of  death  and  procla- 
mation of  day  of  mourning  (Proc- 
lamation 2648)- --     4009 

Closing  of  Executive  departmenU 
and  agencies  Saturday  after- 
noon, April  14  (Order,  April  13, 

1946) 

Display  of  flags  at  half-staff  on  pub- 
lic buildings  until  close  of  Mon- 
day,  May    14    (Order,  April    13, 

1945)  

RURAL    ELECTRIFICATION    ADMIN- 
ISTRATION : 
Allocation    of   funds   for   loans,    for 
projects  In  various  States: 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 3649 

Maine --     4158 

Minnesota.- 4168 

Missouri --  3849,4168 

Oklahoma 3649,4158 

South  Dakota 4158 

Tennessee 3049 

Texas-- ««4e.  4158 

Virginia --  3649,  4168 

West  Virginia - 3649 


4011 


4011 


4158 
8649 


■^ 


8 

SEABOARD  RAILWAY  STSTEM,  secu- 
rities of:  dealgnatlon  of  agency  to 
act  with  respect  to.  See  Recon- 
struction Finance  Corporation. 


SBCUHITIEB  AND  KXCHANOB  COM- 
MISSION: 
Hearings,  etc.: 

Adama  Kxpress  Co •00° 

Alabama  Water  Service  Co 8900 

American    ft    Foreign   Power    Co.. 

Inc 3898,  4882 

American  Oas  ft  Bectrlc  Co 4284 

American  International  Corp 4005 

American  Power  ft  Ught  Co..  4406,  4646 

Associated  Electric  Co 3600, 

4220,  4645,  4683 
Associated   Gas   and   Electric   Co., 
trustees  under  Pension  Trust 

Agreement 3599 

Associated  Gas  ft  Electric  Corp...     4531 

Atlantic  Utility  Service  Oorp 4402 

Boston  Stock  Exchange 3600 

Buffalo,  Niagara  and  Eastern  Power 

Corp ^     4520 

Cambridge  Electric  Light  Co 4402 

Cambridge  Gaa  Light  Co 4402 

Cambridge  Steam  Corp 4402 

Cape  &  Vineyard  Electric  Co 4402 

Carolina  Power  ft  Light  Co 3900 

Central  Kentucky  Natural  Gas  Co.     4519 
Central  New  York  Power  Corp.  3791,  4646 

Central  Public  Utility  Corp 4223 

Central    Vermont    Public    Service 

Oorp 8746.  4007 

Charleston    Shipbuilding    ft    Dry- 
dock  Co - 4519 

Cincinnati  Gas  Transportation  Co.     4519 

Cities  Service  Oo 4283 

Cities  Service  Power  &  Light  Co 4221 

Columbia  Gas  ft  Electric  Corp 4619 

Consolidated  Electric  ft  Oas  CO-..    3898, 

4228,  4406.  4644 
Continental  Gas  ft  Electric  Corp-.     4221 

Continental  Motors  Corp 4405 

Coughlln,  Christopher  H 4223 

Crawford,  W.  T 4223 

Dallas  Power  ft  Ught  Co 3599 

Dsdham    and    Hyde    Park    Gas   ft 

Electric  Light  Co. 4402 

Delaware  Olmsted  Co 4403 

Delaware  Power  ft  Light  Co 3666 

Derry  Electric  Co ---     4402 

Donner  Estates,  Inc 4407 

Eastern  Seaboard  Securities  Corp.     4403 
Eastern  Shore  Public  Service  Co. 

of  Maryland 36^^ 

Ebaaca  Services  Inc 3719 

Edison  Light  ft  Power  Co 4404 

Electric  Bond  &  Share  Co 3719, 

3898,  4682 

Electric  Power  ft  Light  Corp 3599 

Electrical  Securities  Corp 3746 

Empire  Power  Corp 4403 

Engineers  Public  Service  Co..  8899,  4407 

Federal  Water  ft  Gas  Corp 3900 

First  York  Corp.. 4519 

Florida  Public  Utilities  Co 4644 

G.  E.  Employees  Securities  Corp--.     3746 

General  Electric  Co 3746 

General  Machinery  Corp 4519 

General  Securities  Corp 4004 

General  Water  Gas  ft  Electric  Co..     4062 

Georgia  Power  &  Ught  Co 4683 

Glenn  Rock  Electric  Ught  ft  Power 

Co 4404 

Graham-Paige  Motors  Oorp 4405 

Greene.  Charles  E.,  ft  Co 4401 

Haverhill  Electric  Co 3743 

Holston  River  Power  Co 4284 

Hudson  Trading  ft  Investing  Corp.     4218 
Huntington   Develc^nnent   ft   Gas 

Co 4519 

Illinois  Power  Co 4129 

Illinois  Traction  Co 4129 

Indiana  Gas  Utilities  Co 4645 

Inland  Power  ft  Light  Corp 4682 

International  Power  Co 4402 

International  UtUltlee  Oorp 4052 


Joy  Mfg.  Co- 


4005 


Kidder  Peabody  ft  Co 8720,  3937 

Kings  County  Ughtlng  Co 4403 

Klttery  Electric  Light  Co 4402 


Page 

sEcuRTmas  and  exchange  oom- 

MiaSION— Continued . 
'Heartngs,  etc.— Continued. 

Lake  Superior  District  Power  Co.    3600. 

3006,4402.4520 
Lamprey  River  Improvement  Co..     4402 

Lauridel   Corp 4403 

Leominster      Electric      Light      ft 

Power    Co. 4224 

Loeb,   Leo 4006 

Long  Beach  Gas  Co.,  Inc 4403 

Long  Island  Lighting  Co, 4403 

Madison  Power  Co ---     4284 

Magulre,    Inc 3937 

Maine   and   New  Brunswick  Elec- 
trical Power  Co.,  Ltd 4220 

Maine  Public  Service  Co 4220 

Manila  Electric  Co.^.- 4220,4683 

Marlon  Oas  Co 4402 

Maasachusetts  Power  ft  Light  As- 
sociates.-  3743 

Massachusetts  UUlltles  Associates.     4224 

Massanvrtten  Power  Corp 4284 

Massanutten  Water  Oorp 4284 

Metropolitan  Edison  Co 4404 

Middlesex  County  Electric  Co 4224 

Midland  United  Co-. 3790 

Midland  Utilities  Co 3790 

Missouri  Service  Co 3899 

Mobile  Gas  Service  Corp 3898 

Moore,  William  P.,  ft  Co. 4283 

NY  PA  NJ  Utilities  Co 4404,4521 

Nassau  ft  Suffolk  Ughtlng  Co 4403 

National  Union  Radio  Corp 3897 

New  Bedford  Gas  ft  Edison  Ught 

Co --      4402 

New  England  Gas  and  Electric  As- 
sociation  -     4220 

New  England  Power  Association-.     3743 
New  Hampshire  Gas  ft  Electric  Co.     4402 

New  York  Power  li  Light  Corp 3744 

4007,4051 

New  York  Stock  Exchange 3666 

Niagara  Hudson  Power  Corp 3744. 

4051.4520 

North  American  Co 3837,4128,4683 

North  American  Ught  ft  Power  Co.     4128 
North  Boston  Ughthig  Properties.     3743 

North  West  Utilities  Co--- 360o. 

3665.3745.4402.452" 

Northern  Kansas  Power  Co 3899 

Northern  Pennsylvania  Power  Co.     3744 

Ogden  Corp 3746,   4645 

Ohio  Edison   Co 3790,   400-1 

Page  Power  Co 4234 

Pan  American  Airways  Corp 36(n 

Philadelphia  Electric  Co 4644 

Philadelphia  Stock  Exchange 38S7 

Phillips,   Ellis   L 4403 

Plymouth  County  Electric  Co 44(U 

Plymouth  Gas  ft  Ught  Oo 440J 

Point  Pleasant  Natural  Gas  Co..     4510 

Portland  Electric  Power  Co 4 13 J 

Portland  General  Hectrlc  Co 4 1 31; 

Potomac  Edison  Co 4225,  4284 

Provlncetown  Light  ft  Power  O0-.     44  .' 
Queens  Borough  Gas  ft  ElecUlc  Co.     440  ? 

Rawls,  Walter  Cecil. 44"J 

Republic  Service  Corp 42H4 

Roberts  Public  MarkeU,  Inc 440 J 

Rockland  Ught  ft  Power  Co 40:>2 

Rollins,  E.  H.,  ft  Sons.  Inc -     44)2 

St.  Croix  Electric  Co. .-     440.' 

St.  Joseph  Light  ft  Power  Oo 42C1 

St.  Louis  County  Gas  Oo 

San  Francisco  Stock  Exchange... 

Seaboard-All  Florida  Railway 

Seattle  Gas  Co - - 

Smyth,  Nathan  A 

Southeastern  Shipbuilding  Corp. 
Southern  Natural  Gas  Oo...  3719 
Southern  Production  Co.,  Inc 

Southern   Utah   Power  Co 

Southwestern  Bubllc  Service  Co.- 

Spokane  Gas  ftTuel  Oo 

Sullivan  Machinery  Co 

Texas  Bectrlc  Service  Co... 

Texas  Power  ft  Light  Co 


3r<.i7 
3t.;'jti 

4130 
400(i 
451.' 
4223 
3719,  4223 
...  4()!i'i 
4219 
42HJ 
4(Wi 
4-i'"". 
4C4^ 


Page 
SECURITIES  AND  EXCHANGE  COM- 
MISSION—Continued . 
Hearings,  etc. — Continued. 
Trusteed   American  Bank  Shares, 

Series    "B" 3666 

Two  Rector  Street  Corp 3719 

United  Fuel  Gas  Co 4619 

United  Gas  Improvement  Oo 4644 

United  Light  and  Railways  Co 4221 

United  Public  Utilities  Corp 4005 

Vermont  Utilities,  Inc 3746,4007 

Virginia  Electric  ft  Power  Co 4403 

Wachusett)  Electric  Co 4224 

Warfleld  Natural  Gas  Qo 4519 

Warner,    Rawlelgh 4223 

Washington  Gas  ft  Electric  Co 4006 

Western  Hancock  Electric  Co 4402 

Western  Pacific  Railroad  Co 3600 

Wlllys-OvertShd  Motors,  Inc 4405 

Worcester  Gas  Light  Co 4402 

York  Railways  Co- 4404 

York  Steam  Heating  Co 4404 

Rules  and  regulations: 

Securities  Act  of  1933;  forms  for 
registration  of  shares  of  ex- 
ploratory mining  corpora- 
tions  3966 

Securities  Exchange  Act  of  1934: 
Brokers  and  dealers,  supplemen- 
tal   statements    to   appUca- 

tioivs  for  registration 3902 

Form  3-M,  amendment 3902 

SELECTIVE  SERVICE  SYSTEM : 
Classifying  reglstranU;  occupational 

questionnaire 3520 

Conscientious  objectors : 
Camps: 
Government-operated;     disci- 
pline for  unaulhorized  ab- 
sences      3671 

Operated  by  National  Service 
Board  for  Religious  Objec- 
tors; discipline  for  unau- 
thorised   absences 3670 

Work  projects  established:  New 
York  State  College  of  Agricul- 
ture and  Experiment  Station 

Project 3960 

Delinquency;   completing  records  of 
man     liable    for     training    and 

service 3520 

Forms    prescribed,    revised,    discon- 
tinued, etc.: 
No.   131,  Veterans'  aaslstance  rec- 
ord      3943 

No.  260 — 260G,  Reports  of  obliga- 
tion  4290 

No.  311,  Occupational  question- 
naire  3519 

No.  312,  covering  memorandum 
for  occupational  question- 
naire  3519 

No.  313,  Notice  to  registrant  of  re- 
turn of  Selective  Service  occu- 
pational     questionnaire      for 

completion 3519 

No.  318,  Replacement  summary 3519 

No.  319,  Replacement  list 3519 

No.  320,  Replacement  schedule  ti- 
tle sheet 3519 

No.  380,  Certificate  of  disposal  of 

confidential    records 4196 

No.  400-A,  Replacement  schedule 

certification 3519 

No.  401-A,  Individual  certification-    3619 
Late        registration;        occupational 

questionnaire 3519 

SERVICEMEN'S  READJUSTMENT, 

ACT,   benefits  under.     See  Veter- 
ans' Administration. 

S.MALLER  WAR  PLANTS  CORPORA- 
TION: 
Plan  of  organization,  eic.  of  U.  8. 
Management  ft  Boglneerlng 
Co.  —  Optical  Manufacturers 
Group.  New  York  City;  revoca- 
tion of  certificate  by  War  Pro- 
duction Board 4132 

Rentals  of  commodities  by;  price 
regulaUons.  See  Price  Admin- 
istration, Office  of. 


Page 


SOLID  FUELS  ADMINI8TRATION  FOR 
WAR: 

Coal  mines,  possesaion  and  operation 
of;  exercise  oJF  powers  under 
Executive  Order  9536  and  dele- 
gation of  authority  to  Deputy 

Administrator  3933 

See  also  Interior  Department. 
Distribution  of  solid  fuels: 

Anthracite;   poultry  brooders  and 

hatcheries 3646 

Bituminous 3793 

For  consumers  engaged  in  cur- 
ing leaf  tobacco,  or  In  oper- 
ation   of    poiUtry    brooders 

and  hatcheries 3793 

Industrial  consumers,  receipts 
by  of  coal  produced  la  Dis- 
tricts 1,  2.  3.  4,  and  6,  and 
high  volatile  coal  produced 

In  Districts  7  and  8 4232 

Reports  to  be  filed  by  producers 
and  commercial  dock  oper- 
ators      4534 

Consumers,   limitations  on   deliv- 
eries to  and  receipts  by 3519, 

•  3797.  3943,  4595 

Consumer  Declaration  forms-..    3519, 

3943 
Signing  of- 3943,  4259 

STATE   DEPARTMENT: 

Blocked    nationals,    proclaimed    list 

of.     See  Blocked  nationals. 
Fellowships,     for     appllcante     from 
other  American  republics:  teach- 
er education,  by  Office  of  Edu- 
cation       4612 

Foreign  Service  regulations: 

Appointment  of  employees;    prior 
order  amended  (Executive  Or- 

der9537) 4010 

EsUtes.  of  deceased  American  citi- 
zens . 4061 

Warren.     Avra     M..     reinstatement 

(Executive  Order  9639) 4057 

SURPLUS  PROPERTY.  OFFICE  OF,  of 
Procurement  Division.  Treasury 
Department,  transferred  to  Com- 
merce E>epartment  (Executive  Or- 
der  9541) 4353 

SURPLUS   PROPERTY  BOARD: 
Disposal  of  surplus  property  within 
continental    United    States,    its 

territories  and  possessions 3764 

Amendment  and  repeal  of  regula- 
tions, and  Issuance  of  orders 
under  regulations;  procedure. 
Assignments   of  s\irplus  property 
for  disposal: 
Lists  of  items  for  each  disposal 

agency 3767 

Use  of  standard  commodity  clas- 
sification       3766 

Authority  of  disposal  agencies 3767 

Declaration    of    surpitu    personal 

and  real  property..  8766,  3767,  4366 

Forms  for 3771,  4355 

Location  of  disposal  agency  of- 
fices at  which  to  file...  3769,  4356 

Definitions 3765 

Designation  of  disposal  agencies : 
Continental  United  States: 

Agriculttu-e  Department 3766 

Commerce  Department _.     4356 

Federal  Works  Agency _     3766 

Interior  Department 3766 

Maritime  Commission 8765 

National  Housing  Agency.  3765,  3766 
Reconstruction  Finance  Cor- 
poration.  3766.  3766 

Treasury  Department -8768 

Revocation 4354 

War  Food  Administration 3765 

Territories  and  poeeeesions : 

Interior  Department 3766 

Maritime  OommlMion 3766 

Reconstruction  Finance  Cor- 
poration  8766 

Wer  Food  Administration...  8766 


3767 


4336 


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SURPLUS  PROPERTY  BOARD— Con. 

Disposal  of  siuplus  property  within 

continental    United    States,    its 

territories  and  possessions — Con. 

Regulations  by  disposal  agencies, 

reporting  of 3767 

Sale  of  small  quantities 3766 

Special  order;  E.  J.  Budd  Manufac- 
turing Co.,  RB-1  cargo  planes.  3791 
Specified  properties,  disposal  of; 
standard  general-purpose  ma- 
chine tools,  pricing  policy  to 
be  observed  by  Reconstruction 

Finance  Corporation 4191 

Surplus  War  Property  Administra- 
tion Regulation  No.  l  super- 
seded in  part 3755 

Territories  and  possessions: 
Declaration  of  surplus  property. 

See  Declaration,  above. 
Designation    of    agencies.      See 

Designation,  above. 
Transportation  of  surplus  prop- 
erty to  continental  United 

States 3766 

Withdrawal   of   property   declared 

surplus 3767 

SURPLUS  WAR  PROPERTY  ADMIN- 
ISTRATION. See  Surplus  Property 
Board. 

T 

TRANSPORTA-nON  ACT,  1920;  desig- 
nation of  Reconstruction  Finance 
Corporation  as  agency  to  act  with 
respect  to  securlUes  acquired  by 
United  States  under  provisions  of, 
in  connection  with  loans  to  Sea- 
board Railway  system  (Executive 
Order  9543) 4413 

TREASURY  DEPARTMENT: 
Accounts  Bureau : 

Surety   companies,   c-rtiflcates   of 
authority;     United     National 

Indemnity   Co 3753 

Monetary  offices: 

Foreign  funds  control : 

Blocked  countries,  status  of  cer- 
tain countries  as: 

Lebanon S904 

Syria 1-.'""""     3904 

France,  trade  transactions  with.     4062 
Reports  on  foreign-owned  prop- 
erty. Instructions  for  prep- 
aration of: 

Japanese 4063 

Philippine "'."V.     4063 

P*roperty  subject  to  Jurisdic- 
tion of  United  States 4063 

Trade  and  commerce  with   na- 
tionals of  certain  countries; 

Luxembourg 3904 

Fbrelgn  moneys,  values  of 3903 

Procurement  Division;  Office  of  Sur- 
plus Property  transferred  \  to 
Department     of     Commerce 

(Executive  Order  9541)... 4253 

Public  Debt  Bureau: 
Treasury  bonds. 

IVi^  of  1960 4269 

2V^%  of  1969-62 4268 

2^2 'v  Of  1967-72 4267 

Treasury  certificates; 

Series  I>-1946,  % '7 4248 

Series  E-1946,  %  <?J 4270 

Securities  acquired  by  United  States 
under  provisions  of  Transporta- 
tion Act,  1920;  Reconstruction 
Finance  Corporation  designated 
agency  to  act  with  respect  to 
those  taken  In  connection  with 
loans  to  Seaboard  Railway  sys- 
tem (Executive  Order  9643) 4413 

Surplus  property  disposal: 
Designation    as    dlq>oeal    agency. 

See  Surplus  Pr<^>erty  BoaM. 
Transfer    of    Office    ol    Surplus 
Property.       See  Procuremant 
Division,  above. 

I 
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INDEX,  AprU  1945 


WAR  DEPARTMHJT — Continued. 
SVmpIlee  and   equipment — CX)n. 
Procurement : 


Page 


WAR  POOD  ADMIKIBTBATXOK— Con. 
Oommodltlee  azMl  supplies;   restric- 
tions, handling,  dellvertce.  etc. — 


Page 


WAR  FOOD  ADMINISTRATION— Con. 

Packers  and  Stockyards  Act;   notice 

of  change    of   posted    name   of 

Moore  ft  McCord  Stockyards  to 


Page 


INDEX.  AprU  1945 


WAR  PRODUCTION  BOARD— Con. 
Priority  orders — Continued. 
Apparel — Continued . 
Special  programs: 


Page 


WAR  PRODUCTION  BOARD— Con. 
Priority  orders — Continued. 

Condensing  units.    See  Refrigerat- 
ing and  air  conditioning;  ma- 


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INDEX,  AprU  1945 


P«ge 


UNITED  KNOINKERIMa  COUP  ANT, 
LTD  .  8An  Franclaco,  Calif.,  poMM- 
Blon  and  operation  by  8«crtUry  of 
Nary  authorised  (Executive  Order 
WM2) 45©1 


VETERANS: 

Beneflta  to.  under  Servicemen's  Re- 
adjustment Acti     See  Veterans' 
Administration. 
ClvU  service  regulations.     See  Civil 

Service. 
Public  lands  opened  to  application, 
entry,    etc..    by.       See     General 
Land  Office. 
Rationed  foods  for  veterans  opening 
new  buslneasea;  bases.    See  Ra- 
tioning. 
VETERANS'  ADMINISTRATION  : 

Dependents'  claims,  adjudication; 
burial  and  funeral  expenses,  and 
transportation  of  bodies  of  vet- 
erans ■ 

Servicemen's  Readjustment  Act;  ed- 
ucation or   training: 
Charges  and  payments,  for  tuition, 

fees,  etc 

Courses **9» 

Schools  and  colleges 4499 


Page 


4039 


4499 


WAGE  AND  HOUR  DIVISION: 

Employment  of  learners;  special  cer- 
tificates for: 
Cancellations : 

Klngaley  Fashions.  Inc 

Lebanon  Shirt  Co 

Hearings:   Salant  &  Salant.  Inc.. 
Issuance  of;   various  industries: 

Apparel 

3M4,  3877.  4043.  4362, 

Bathlnette 

Bookbinding 

Broom  and  mop 

Cigar 4043.  4362. 

Glove -- 

Hairnet - 

Hosiery .--   3563.  4043.  4362. 

Neckwear,    handwoven 

Telephone 3563, 

Textile 3663.  4362. 

Veneer,  hardwood  pljrwood 

Woodworking 

Minimum  wage  recommendations,  of 
fecial  Industry  Committee  No. 
3.  Puerto  Rico;  newspaper  pub- 
lishing and  graphic  arts  Indus- 
try  

WAR  I»PARTMKNT: 

Airport  leased  to  City  of  Redmond, 
Oreg.;  control  by  Secretary  of 
War  authorised  (Executive  Or- 
der   9644) 

Bridge  regulations.     See  Engineers, 

Corps  of. 
Claims  of  civilian  employees  Injured 
while  on  duty  In  Australia  and 
Southwest  Pacific  area:  author- 
ization to  process  claims,  make 

benefit  payments,  etc 

Engineers,  Corps  of;  bridge  regula- 
tions for  Western  Pacific  Rail- 
road Bridge.  San  Joaquin  River. 

Lathrop.  Calif. 

Supplies  and  equipment: 
Disposal  of  property: 

Appendix 

General 

Non-repairable  property 

Purposes  directly  related  to  pros- 
ecution of  war. 

Serviceable  non-military  prop- 
erty other  than  termination 
inventory : 

Construction  equipment 

Production  and  utility  squlp- 

,      ment 

Surplus    property 


3877 
4043 
3564 

3563. 
4667 
4043 
4362 
4362 
4667 
3663 
4667 
4667 
4043 
4667 
4667 
4043 
4362 


3594 


4592 


4008 


4108 


4030 

/(028 

4030 

4028 


4030 

4080 
4030 


WAR  DEPARnONT— Continued. 
BtUspUes   and    equipment — (X>n. 
Proeurement : 
Bonds  and  Insurance: 

Vtorms -      4016 

Insurance -     4016 

Contracts : 
Awards,  contracts,  and  modi- 
fications,     authority      to 
make:  required  approvals.     4012 
Distribution  of  contracts  and 

orders    thereunder 4013 

Mandatory  and  optional  con- 
tract provisions 4013 

Forms  of  contracts: 

W  D  Contract  Form  No.  13. ..  4023 
W.  D.  Contract  Form  No.  13C.  4022 
W.  D.  Contract  Form  No.  13D-  4022 
W.  D.  Contract  Form  No.  15...  4023 
W  D.  Contract  Form  No.  27...  4025 
W.  D.  Contract  Form  No.  29...  4027 
W.  D.  Contract  Form  No.  30...  4027 
W.  D.  Contract  Form  No.  31..  4028 
W.  D.  Contract  Form  No.  34-.  4028 
W.  D.  Contract  Form  No.  47. 

etc 4027 

General  instructions;  applicabil- 
ity of  procurement  regula- 
tions      4012 

General   purchase  policies: 

Contract  placement 4012 

Purchase  action  reports 4012 

Interbranch  and  interdepart- 
mental purchases: 

Interbranch  procurement 4016 

Interdepartmental  purchases.     4017 

Labor;    miscellaneous 4018 

Miscellaneous  purchase  instruc- 
tions: 

Patents 401 8 

Price    and    rationing    regula- 
tions  4021 

Renegotiation  and  price  adjust- 
ment;     Appendix      (certain 
rulings    of    War    Contracts 
Price  Adjustment  Board ) . . .     4021 
Taxes.  Federal.  State  and  local: 
Federal   excise   taxes,   exemp- 
tions from 4018 

State  and  local  taxes 4018 

WAR  POOD  ADMINISTRATION : 

Administrator  designated  member 
of  Economic  Stabilization  Boco-d 

(Executive  Order  9534). 3667 

Agricultural  labor:  specific  wage  ceil- 
ing regulations  regarding  work- 
ers in  various  States 3518 

Arizona;  alfalfa  hay  balers 4290 

California: 

Alfalfa,    vetch,    and    grain    hay 

balers 3797 

Asparagus  workers 4196 

Lettuce   harvesters 4289 

Potato  workers 4259 

Delaware:  asparagus  workers 4290 

Washington;     apple    pickers    and 

general  orchard  workers 3965 

Authority,  delegations  of: 
See  aLio  specific  commodltie$. 
Certain  functions  with  respect  to 
marketing  agreements  and  or- 
ders:   Director    of    Marketing 

Services 4648 

Commodities  and  supplies;  restric- 
tions, handling,  deliveries,  etc.: 

Butter;   set  aside 3512 

Candy  bars,  rolls,  or  packages  set 

aside;  termination  of  order —     3606 
Cheese  and  cheese  foods: 

Cheddar:  set  aside  requirements 

for  May 4195 

Production    restrictions 4649 

Cottonseed,  1944  crop:  termination 
of    restrictions    on    purchase. 

use,  etc - 3606 

DalX7  production:  authorixatlon 
tor  subAdy  MymenU.  See 
Eoonomlo  SfMIUatlon,  Office 

Qt, 


Page 
WAR  FOOD  ADMINISTRATION — Con. 
Commodities  and  supplies;   restric- 
tions, handling,  dellverlM.  etc. — 
Continued. 
Dairy       products.     See       Butter; 
Cheese:    Froaen    dairy    foods; 
Milk. 
Fa(s: 

Patty  acids;  Inventories,  restric- 
tions      366"^ 

Lard,  set  aside  requiremenU;  ex- 
emption for  certain  Sutes..    3603 

465:i 

Stearic  acid. —    "860:5 

T^Uow  or  grease.  Inedible 4230 

Use  in  soap.     See  Soap. 

Frozen  dairy  foods  and  mix 4057 

Grease.     See  FaU. 

Ice  cream,  ices,  etc.     See  Frozen 

dairy  foods. 
Lard.     See  Fats. 
Linseed  oU.     See  Oils. 
Livestock  and  meats: 
Livestock     Inspection     under 
Packers  and  Stockyards  Act. 
See  Packers  and  Stockyards 
Act. 
Slaughter  payments  by  Defense 
Supplies     Corporation:     es- 
tablishment    of     slaughter 
base  percentages  for  use  in 

respect  to 4285 

Slaughtering    and    delivery    re- 
strictions  4649 

Delegation  of  authority  to 
Office  of  Price  Adminis- 
tration regarding  enforce- 
ment  of   quotas 4194 

Meat  set  aside: 

Beef 3614,4*50 

Lamb --,- 46C,") 

Pork  and  pork  products...     4652 
Lard,  exemption  for  cer- 

Uln  SUtea 8603,465) 

Veal 4654 

Quotas,  etc.;    termination 4650 

Meats.     See  Livestock  and  meats. 
Milk,  cream,  and  byproducts: 
Authority  delegation  to  market 
agents   regarding   conserva- 
tion and  distribution 4229 

Conservation    and    distribution; 
quota  restrictions  In  various 

sales    areas 35!4 

West   Virginia;    Wheeling 3753 

Handling  in  Chicago,  III.,  mar- 
keting   area 3509 

Suburban    area 396:i 

Oils: 

Animal   oH 3611,  3:5< 

Patty  acids.     See  Fats. 
Llnieed   oil,   limitations   on    in- 
ventories and  purchases 4287 

Neafs-foot  oil 3511.  375) 

Red  oil,  distilled. 3510,375.' 

Use  In  soap.  See  Soap. 
Potatoes.  See  Vegetables. 
Poultry:     turkeys    and    processed 

turkeys 3749 

Soap,  use  of  fats  and  oils  in;  re- 
ports _ ._-      3963 

Stearic  acid.     See  Pats. 
Sugar    production:    authorization 
for  support  prices.     See  Eco- 
nomic Stabilization.  Office  of. 
Support  prices,  authorization  for. 
See    Economic     SUblllzatlon, 
Office  of. 
Tallow.     See  Fats. 
Turkeys.     See  Poultry. 
Vegetables : 
Canned:   authorization  for  sup- 
port pribes.     See  Ecoiuimic 
Stabilization.  Office  of. 
Potatoes.  Irjah:  territorial  scope.    4229, 

4230, 426£ 

Federal  Seed  Aqt;  hearing  on  pro- 
posed amendments  to  rules  and 
regulations  under,  announced..     4i8J 


Page 

WAR  FOOD  ADMINISTRATION— Con. 

Packers  and  Stockyards  Act;   notice 

of   change    of    posted    name    of 

Moore  tt  McCord  Stockyards  to 

Moore    Stockyards 3720 

Surplus  property  disposal;  designa- 
tion as  disposal  agency.  See 
Surplus  Property  Board. 

WAR  LABOR  BOARD,  NATIONAL.    See 

National   War  Labor  Board. 
WAR  MANPOWER  COMMISSION : 
Employment   stabilization  program; 
designated   areas: 

Alaska t.     4528 

Connecticut : 

Mlddletown 4225,  4528 

ThompsonviUe 4226 

Wtllimsntlc 4226 

Louisiana : 

Baton   Rouge 4407 

Lake  Charles 4409 

New  Orleans 4522 

Shrevejxirt 4524 

New   Mexico 4525 

New  York;   Rochester 3601 

Minimum  wartime  workweek;  Region 
VI: 

lUinoifi;   Peorla-Pekln 4527 

Wisconsin : 

Appleton-Neenah-Menaslia 3601 

La    Crosse 3601 

Oshkosh 3601 

WAR   PRODUCTION   BOARD: 
Certificates : 

Price  Administration;  revocation 
of  Joint  action  plan  for  pur- 
chasers of  logs,  logging  serv- 
ices, etc 4411,  4412 

Smaller  War  Plants  Corporation; 
revocation  of  certificate  re- 
garding plan  of  organization, 
etc..  of  U.  S.  Management  & 
Engineering  .XJo.  —  Optical 
Manufacturers     Group.     New 

York  City 4132 

Priorities  system  operation: 

Basic  rules  applicable  to  all  trans- 
actions: 
Idle  materials,  transfer  of  among 

war  contractors 3509 

Idle  or  excess  inventories,  sum- 
mary of  WPB  controls  re- 
garding  4083 

Pieference  ratings;  Lists  A  and  B.     4294 

Air  circulators.  Industrial 4299 

CMPL-224  and  GA-1456  author- 
ization       4299 

Wooden  containers 3966 

Sales  of  Idle  or  excess  industrial 
materials  by  jiersons  not  reg- 
ularly selling  such  materials; 

lists 3905 

Priority  orders: 
Acetone  and  diacetone.    See  Chem- 
icals. 
Acids      See  Chemicals. 
Air    circulators.    Industrial;    pref- 
erence ratings  for 4299 

Air  conditioning  equipment.  See 
Refrigerating  and  air  condi- 
tioning machinery. 

Alcohol;    Isopropyl 3633 

Aluminum: 

Controlled   material.     See  Con- 
trolled materials  plan. 
Sales   by   persons   not   regularly 
selling.     See  Sales  of  mate- 
rials. 
Antimony;    sales    by    persons    not 
regularly  selling.    See  Sales  of 
materials. 
Apparel : 

Preference  ratings 3533,  4261 

Men's  heavyweight  underwear, 
production  of: 

January  1945 4261 

February  and  March  1945 4261 

Sales  by  persons  not  regularly 
selling.  See  Bales  of  mate- 
rials. 

62000 — 45 3 


Page 


WAR  PRODUCTION  BOARD— Con. 
Priority  orders — Continued. 
Apparel — Continued . 
Special  programs: 

Children's  snow  suits  and  ap- 
parel  3543.  4138,  4535 

Knit  goods 3807,  4262,  4492 

Macklnaws,  pea  coats,  and  cos- 
sack  Jackets 3644,  4197 

Maternity  garments 4261.  4262 

Men's  shirts  and  shorts .     4261 

Misses'  and  women's  slips  and 

house    dresses 4261 

Uniforms:      nurses',     student 

and  graduate 3915 

Bandage  cloth;   distribution.     St-e 

Textiles:    cotton. 
Bathtubs.      See      Plumbing      and 

heating   equipment. 

Batteries:    replacement: 

Production     for     medium     and 

heavy  trucks,  truck-tractors. 

truck-trailers.         passenger 

carriers  and  off-the-highway 

motor    vehicles 4264 

Storage;    materials    in    produc- 
tion       4262 

Bearings,  anti-friction:  sales  by 
persons  not  regularly  selling. 
See  Sales  of  materials. 

Beryllium    scrap 4299 

Buiders.   loose-leaf.     Sen  Printing 

and   publishing. 
Books,  print  paper  for.    See  Print- 
ing and  publishing. 

Cadmium 4031 

Sales   by   persons   not   regularly 
selling.     See   Sales   of   ma- 
terials. 
Camclback.    See  Rubber  and  rub- 
ber products. 
Cans.     See  Containers. 
Carbic  oils  and  resins.     .See  Chem- 
ical.? 
Carbon  black,  vise  in  manufacture 
of  rubber  and  rubber  products. 
See  Rubber  and  rubber  prod- 
ucts. 

Cellophane 4006 

Chains;   tire  chains 3811 

Chemicals: 

Acetone    and   diacetone 4097.    4098 

Alcohol.     See  Alcohol. 

Carbic  oils  and  resins 4139 

D.chlorodlfluoromethane        (F- 
12).     See  Refrigerating  and 
air    conditioning:     refriger- 
ants. 
Fumaric  acids,  oils,  resins,  etc.    4139, 

4140 

Hydroquinone 3535 

Lactic   acid 4097 

Maleic    anhydride,    acids,    oils, 

resins,  etc 4139 

Monochlorodifluoromethane  (F- 
22).     See  Refrigerating  and 
air    conditioning:    refriger- 
ants. 
Oils;     maleic.     fumaric,     carbic 

and  pentaerythritol 4139 

Pentaerythrltol  oils  and  resins       4139 
Phthalic  alkyd  resins.     See  Res- 
ins,   below. 
Pigments.     See  Pigments. 
Resins: 

Maleic,  fiunaric,  "carbic"  and 

pentaerythritol 4139 

Phthalic  alkyd  resins 3688 

Sales   by   persons   not   regularly 
selling.     See   Sales   of    ma- 
terials. 
Clothing.     See  Apparel. 
Commercial  printing.     See  Print- 
ing and  publishing. 

Communications 4657 

Telephones,  limitations  on  man- 
ufacture; revocation 4658 

Condenser  tissue.  See  Paper  and 
paper  products. 


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Page 
WAR  PRODUCTION  BOARD— Con. 
Priority  orders — Continued. 

Condensing  units.    See  Refrigerat- 
ing and  air  conditioning;  ma- 
chinery and  eqiilpment,  etc.: 
emergency  servicing. 
Construction : 

Machinery.     See  Machines 
Stop   construction  orders;    can- 
cellation of  certain  revoca- 
tion   orders 441L 

Containerboard.     See  Paper. 
Containers: 

Cans 3756 

Manufacturing  preferences 3756, 

•  3806 
Terneplate  and  blackplale,  ex- 
emption       3755 

Food  containers,  sanitary;  paper 

cups,    etc 3540 

Glass;  closures,  second  quarter, 
1945,  aluminum  allotments 

for 3538 

Paper  cups.   See  Pood  containers. 

Repaired  or  reconditioned 4492 

Sales   by   persons   not   regularly 
selling.     See  Sales  of  mate- 
rials. 
Shipping: 

Containerboard    for    V-bcxes. 

etc.     See  Paper. 
Fibre;   prohibition  on  accept- 
ance of  containers  where 
written  record  is  not  pre- 
served       3682 

Metal    strapping,    seals,    etc.; 

preference    ratings 3762 

Steel   drums 3525 

Wooden 3528 

For  spirits  and  wines;  can- 
cellation of  ratings 3687 

Preference  ratings 3682,3966 

Tubes,    collapsible 3609 

Lead   quotas,  second   quarter, 

1945 3542,4598 

Controlled  materials  plan: 
AHotments  and  schedules: 

Allotment.^,  deferred 3755 

Aluminum;  allotments  for  cer- 
tain   products 3755 

Cancellation  of  authorized 
controlled  material  orders 
where  material  is  already 

in   production 4535 

Class  B  products,  making  up 
deficiencies  In  production 

schedules    for 4293 

Controlled  materials  pur- 
chased for  MRO  in  foreign 

countries 4034 

Steel : 

Special  directives  lor  Imme- 
diate   delivery 4598 

Steel  sheets  or  strip,  hot 
rolled  pickled;  limita- 
tions   on    deliveries    to 

distributors 3904 

Strapping,    metal,    strip    steel 

and  wire 3756 

Inventories;  transfer  of  idle  ma- 
terials among  war  contrac- 
tors      3799 

Maintenance,  repair  and  operat- 
ing supplies: 
Aluminum  foil  for  wrapping.     3616 
Purchase  of  certain  materials 
as    MRO    Irrespective    of 

accounting 3616 

Steel,  temporary  limitation  on 
purchase  of  for  MRO,  sec- 
ond quarter,  1946 3799 

Repairs,  parts  and  materials  for.     4135 
Sales  by  warehouses  and  distrib- 
utors:    steel,    copper,    alu- 
minum  3801,4136 

Copper  and  copper  products: 

Raw  materials  and  scrap 3808 

Sales   by  persons  not  regtilarly 
selling.     See   Sales   of   ma- 
terials. 
Cordage.    See  Fiber. 
Cotton;  textiles.    See  Textiles. 


A 


18 


INDEX,  AprU  1945 


Page 


Page 


WAR  PRODUCTION  BOARD— Con. 
Priority  ordera — Continued. 

Dlchlorodlfluoromethane.    See  Re- 
frigerating and  air  condition- 
ing:  refrigerants. 
Drums,     steel.       See     Containers: 

shipping 
Dry      cleaning      equipment.     See 

IiiachlneB. 
Dyestuffs  and  organic  pigments..     3610 
Electrical  equipment: 

Hair  cUppera -     3916 

Light*.     See   Lamps. 
Electrical  resistance  material;  sales 
by  persona  not  regularly  Bell- 
ing.    See  Sales  of  materials. 
Electricity.    See  Utilities. 
Electronic    equipment;     sales    by 
persons  not  regularly  selling. 
See  Sales  of  materials. 

Elevators  and  escalators 3800 

Envelope  papera.     See  Paper   and 

paper  products. 
Exports: 

Assignment  of  allotment  symbol 
and  ratings  to  exporters  for 
certain     small     orders     for 

MRO  materials 4034 

Restriction  on  special  sales  for. 
See  Sales  of  materials. 
F-12  and  P-2a.     See  Refrigerating 
and    alr-condltioning:    refrig- 
erants 
Farm  machinery  and  equlpnu-nt; 
ratings  for  distributors  of  re- 
pair  parts 4491 

Fiber,  cordage,  etc.: 

Cordage  fiber  and  yarn 3969 

Hemp:    fiber 3969 

Jute 3967 

Sales   by   persons    not    regularly 
Belling.     See  Sales  of  mate- 
rials. 
Fluorescent  lamps.    See  Lnmp.s. 
Furniture: 

Remodelling;      substitution      of 

metal  parts  for  wooden 3977 

Swivel   Irons,  metal;    use   In   re- 

m<xlelllng  office  chairs 3977 

Gaa.  natural.     See  Utilities. 

Olaases.  8un_- 4657 

OoatsklnH      See  Leather. 
Greeting     cards     and     lUufitrated 
post    cards,    print    paper    for. 
See  Printing. 
Hair  clippers,   electric.     See   Elec- 
trical equipment. 
Hemp;    fiber.     See  Fiber,   cordage. 
Hydroqulnone     See  Chemicals 
Imports     of     strategic     materials; 

Lists  I,  II,  III 4083 

Incandescent  lamp*     See  Lamp.s 
Industrial  equipment.     See  Sched- 
uled products. 
Iron   and  steel : 

See    also    Controlled     materials 

plan. 
Sales    by    persons    not   regularly 
selling.     See  Sales  of  mate- 
rials. 

Stainless  steel 38C6 

Steel    drums.      See    Containers, 
shipping. 

Tool  steel 8808 

Isopropyl  alcohol.    See  Alcohol. 
Jute.     See   Fiber,   cordage,   etc. 
Kapok:  sales  by  persons  not  rpgu- 
larly  selling.    See  Sales  of  ma- 
terials. 
Lactic  acid.    See  Chemicals. 
Lamps;    Incandescent,  fluorescent, 

etc 3W78 

Laundry      equipment.     See      Ma- 
chines. 

Lawn  mowers 3637 

Lead 3523 

From  Metals  Reserve  Co 4133 

Leather,  bides,   skins: 

Goataklns.  India  tanned;  proc- 
essing, delivery  and  uae 8543 

Manufacturera'    bends;    cuttin|{ 

for  repair 8763 


4293 
3533 


4260 


4138 
3532 
3532 
4137 


354: 


3811 
4233 


WAR  PRODUCTION  BOARD— Con. 
Priority  orders — Continued. 
Leather,  hides,  skins — Con. 

Preference  ratlnga 3533 

Sales  by   persona  not  regularly 
selling.     See  Sales  of  mate- 
rials. 
Lumber  ahd  lumber  products: 
Machines.    See  Machines. 
Sales  by  persons   not  regularly 
selling.     See  Salea  of  mate- 
rials. 
Sawmill  shipments: 

Boards  and  dimensions,  saw- 
mlllfi  required  to  pro- 
duce  

Cypress  (red  or  yellow) 

Douglas  flr.  White  fir.  Noble  fir. 
Sitka  spruce  (except  air- 
craft    grade)     and    West 

Coast  hemlock 3631 

Low  grade  lumber;  deliveries 
on  uncertified  and  un- 
rated orders 

Redwood 

Southern  yellow  pine. _- 

Western  pine  region 3531 

Southern  yellow  pine; 

Sawmill  shipments.    See  Saw- 
mill shipments,  obofc. 
Wholesalers  and  commission- 
men  

Machines   and   machinery: 
Construction : 

Self-priming  centrifugal 

pumfw 

Track-laying  tractors 

Farm  machinery.  See  Farm 
machinery  and  equipment. 
Laundry,  dry  cleaning  and  tail- 
ors' pressing  equlpmrent; 
post  exchange  and  ship's 
service  department  orders..  4599 
Logging,     lumber,     and      wood 

products 423.1 

Sales    by   persons   not   regularly 
selling.     See  Sales  of  mate- 
rials. 
MeUl  signs.     See  Signs. 
Mining  equipment,    sales  by   per- 
sons not  regularly  selling.    See 
Sales  of  materials. 

Molybdenum 

Monochlorodlfluoromethane.      See 
Refrigerating    and    air    condi- 
tioning: refrigerants. 
Motor  vehicles  and  equipment: 

Motorcycles 

Replacement   parts 

Motors  and  generators;  sales  by 
persons  not  regularly  selling. 
See  Sales  of  materials. 

Musical  Instruments 

Natural  gas.     See  Utilities. 
Newspapers,  print  paper  for.     See 

Printing  and  publishing. 
Nickel;  sales  by  persons  not  renu- 
larly  selling.     See  Sales  of  ma- 
terials. 
Paper  and  paper  products; 

Book  grades  envelope  and  tablet 
papers     and     certain     fine 

papers 

Commercial     printing.     See 
Printing  and  publishing. 

Condenser    tissue 

Conservation 

Contalnerboard 3620 

Containers,  food.     See  ConUln- 
erfl. 

Envelope  papers 

Pine  writing  papers 

Paperboard;  Increase  In  monthly 
reserve    production,     April, 

1946 

Print  paper  for  newspapers,  etc. 
See  Printing  and  publishing. 
Bales  by  persona  not  regularly 
■elllng.    Ste  Bales  of  mate- 
rials. 
Sanitary  food  container  stock ._     4094 


8916 


3978 
3612 


4091 


3616 


4093 
4091 
3524 


3633 
3633 


3545 


WAR  PRODUCTION  BOARD— Con. 
Priority  orders — Continued. 

Paper  and  paper  producta — Con. 
Seniltlaed   photographic   paper. 
See  Photographic  and  pro- 
jection equipment. 
Photographic  and  projection 
equipment: 
Paper,   sensitized   photographic, 

delivery   of 

Preference  rated  civilian  orders. 
,«lTect     of     amendment     of 

March  14.  194S^n. 

Picker  stick  blanks.. -.- 

Pigments;  organic.     See  Dyestuffs. 
Plumbing  and  heating  equipment: 
Sales   by   persons   not  regularly 
selling.     See  Sale*  of  mate- 
rlalB. 
Simplification  schedules;   bath- 
tubs, cast  Iron 

Post  cards.  Illustrated;  print  paper 

for.     See  Printing. 
Power    producU;     turbines,    gen- 
erators,   etc.    See    Scheduled 
producta. 
Power  trucks.  Industrial;   salea  by 
persons  not  regularly  EClUng. 
See  Sales  of  materials. 
Pressing  equipment,  tailors'.     See 

Machines. 
Printing   and   publishing: 

IjQOse  leaf  binders;  metal  parts. 
Print  paper  for: 

Books 3621, 

Commercial  printing  and  du- 
plicating  

Governmental 

Manufacture   of  paper   and 

paperboard   for 

Greeting  cards  and  Illustrated 

post  cards 

Magazines..^. 3634,   3676. 

Newspapers 3638,  3634. 

Pumpa,    self-piimlng    centrifugal. 
See  Machines  and  machinery: 
construction. 
Radio  and  radax  equipment: 
Sales   by   persons   not   reg\ilarly 
selling.      See   Sales   qf    ma- 
terials. 
Scheduled  producta.    See  Sched- 
uled  products 
Refrigerating    and   air    condition- 
ing;    machinery,     equipment, 
etc.: 
Emergency    servicing,    materials 
fur;   condeiulng  units,  etc. 
Refrigerants: 

Dlchlorodlfluoromethane     (F- 

12). 3536 

Quantities     obtainable     by 

system    owner 

Monochlorodlfluoromethane 

(F-22) 

Refrigerators,  domestic  Ice 

Sales   by  persons   not  regularly 
selling.     See   Bales   of   ma- 
terials. 
Resins.     See  Chemicals. 
Rubber   and   rubber  products: 
Camelback.   restriction  on  pro- 
duction  of 

Carbon  black,  use  In  manufac- 
ture of  rubber  and  rubber 

products 

Conversion  of  products;  tem- 
jporary  and  special  manufac- 
turing regulations 

Manufacturing  regulations; 

lists 

Sales  by  persons  not  regulsrly 
selling.  See  Sales  of  ma- 
terials. 

Tire   allotment   plan 

Open  capacity  for  production, 
utilization  through  ac- 
ceptance and  shipment  of 
orders 


Page 


4293 


3978 
39Cfl 


3687 


4657 

3679 

3672 
4089 

3616 

4087 
4291 
45SS 


4066 

4657 

3538 

46^7 
4197 


463'3 

42<*4 

3813 
3636 

8639 

1737 


Page 
WAIl  PRODUCTION  BOARI>— Con. 
Priority  orders — Continued. 

Sales  of  materials.  Idle  or  excess, 
by  persons  not  regularly  sell- 
ing such  materials 3905 

Scheduled  products : 

Indiistrlal  equipment;  motors, 
generators.  compressors, 

pumps,     blowers,     pressure 

vessels,  etc 4455 

Power  products;  turbines,  gener- 
ators, engines,  boilers,  pul- 
verizers, combustion  equip- 
ment, stokers,  blowers,  con- 
densers, frequency  changers, 
circuit  breakers,  transform- 
ers,   etc 4299 

Radio  and  radar:  capacitors,  re- 
sistors, transformers,  gener- 
ators, valves,  etc 4300 

Sales  by  persons  not  regularly 
selling.  See  Sales  of  ma- 
terials. 

Sextants 4492 

Signs,  meUl '_     4657 

Strategic    materials.     Imports    of. 

See  Imports. 
Sun  glasses.    See  Glasses. 

Talc _..     3812 

Telephones.        See      Communica- 
tions. 
Terneplate  and  blackplate  In  cans. 

Sec  Containers. 
Textiles: 
Cotton ; 

Distribution: 

Bandage  cloth 3543 

Sheetings;  governmental 
agencies  and  Institu- 
tions      4264 

For    civilian    Items.     See   For 

civilian  Items,  below. 
Production;    priorities   assist- 
ance for  production  of  clo- 
sure tapes,  2nd  quarter  of 

1945 4599 

Sale    yarn,    distribution    and 

production 3944 

For  civilian  Items 4067 

Cotton 4072 

Extension  of  time  for  manda- 
tory  acceptance   of   AA-4 

orders 3544 

Synthetic   flber.. 408O 

Wool 4081 

Preference   ratings 3533 

Sales   by  persons   not   regularly 
selling.     See  Sales  of  mate- 
rials. « 
Tin: 

Cans.    See  Containers. 
Sales  by   persons   not   regularly 
selling.     See  Sales  of  mate- 
rials. 
Tires  and  tubes.     See  Rubber  and 

rubber  products. 
Tissue,  condenser.    See  Paper  and 

paper  products. 
Tractors.     See      Machines:      con- 
struction. 

Tungsten 3917 

Uranium;  sales  by  persons  not  reg- 
ularly  selling.     See   Bales  of 
materials. 
Utilities: 

Communications.       See     Com- 
munications. 
Electricity,  prohibited  uses; 

areas  exempt 4093 

Gas,  natural;  delivery  of  excess 
by  Panhandle  Eastern  Pipe 
Line  Co.  to  Ohio  Fuel  and 

Gas  Co 3545 

Vacuum  cleaners;  sales  by  persons 
not  regularly  selling.  See 
Sales  of  materials. 
Watches  and  clocks;  sales  by  per- 
sons not  regularly  selling.  See 
Sales  of  materials. 
Welding  rods  and  electrodes;  sales 
by  persons  not  regularly  sell- 
ing.   See  Sales  of  materials. 


INDEX,  AprU  194$ 

Page 
WAR  PRODUCTION  BOARD— Con. 
Priority  orders — Continued. 

Zinc 4065 

Regulations   by  document  designa- 
tion: 
Certificates: 

No.  56,  revocation 4412 

No.  96,  revocation 4411 

No.  202,  revocation 4132 

Controlled  materials  plan   (CMP) 
regulations: 
No.  1: 

Direction  53,  revocation 4034 

Direction  64,  as  amended  April 

6.  1945 3765 

Direction  67,  as  amended  April 

10.   1945.. 3904 

Direction  68 3755 

Direction  66 _     3755 

Interpretation  27 4292 

Interpretation  28 4535 

Interpretation  29 4598 

No.  2;  inventory  direction  17.  as 

amended  Aiwll  9.  1945 3799 

No   4.  as  amended  April  7,  1945.     3801 

Amendment   1 4135 

No,  5: 

Direction  24.  as  amended  April 

3,   1946 3616 

Direction  27 3516 

No.    9A,    as    amended    April    17, 

1945 4135 

Limitation  orders: 

L-7-C,  as  amended  April  18,  1945.  4197 
L-20.  as  amended  April  16,  1945.     4096 

L-28-a;  direction  1 3978 

Lr-29,  revocation 4657 

I^-37-a,    as    amended    April    16, 

1945 4094 

L-42;    direction   6,    as   amended 

April   4,    1946 3687 

L-53,  as  amended  April  19,  1945.     4233 

L~58.  revocation 4492 

L-€5;   direction  3 39I6 

Lr-67,  as  amended  April  3.  1945..  3637 
L-89,  as  amended  April  7,  1945.  3800 
L-91;  Interpretation  2,  as 

amended  April  26,  1945 4599 

L-103-b;   direction  2 8538 

L-120: 

Direction  1 3516 

Schedule  I,  as  amended  April 

3,   1945 3616 

Schedule  II,  as  amended  April 

3,   1945 3621 

Schedule  III,  as  amended  April 

3,  1945 3624 

Schedule  V,  as  amended  April 

3.   1945 3633 

Schedule    XIV,    as    amended 

April  3.  1945 3634 

L-158,    as    amended    March    31, 

1945 3ai2 

L-180: 

As  amended  April  20,  1945...     4262 

Direction  1,  revocation 4264 

L-188,  revocation 4657    j 

L-192;   direction  2 '_[     sail    I 

L-197,    as    amended    March   31 

1945 '      3525    | 

Lr-201,  as  amended  April  9.  1945.     3811    1 
L-232.    as    amended    March    31 

1945 .'     3528 

I^233-a   4293     | 

L-238,  revocation .  4657 

Lr-240: 

As  amended  April  2«.  1945 45S5 

Supplement    1.    as    amended 

April  2,   1945- 3538 

L-241,  as  amended  April  4,  1945       3672 
Lr-244: 

As    amended   April   4,    1945 3676 

Supplement    1,    as    amended 

April  21.   1945 4291 

Lr-245.  as  amended  April  4.  1945.     3679 
Lr-260-a;     interpretation     2,     as 

amended  April  12,  1946 3977 

Li-267;    Interpretation   1 3978 

L-289,    as    amended    April    16, 

1945 4087 

Lr-311.    as    amended    April    19, 

1945 -. 4233 


19 


Page 
WAR  PRODUCTION  BOARD— Con 
Regulations  by   document   designa- 
tion— Continued. 
Limitation  orders — Continued. 
L-317:  • 

Direction  3 3682 

Interpretation  5 ^ 4492 

L-331.    as    amended    April     12, 

1945 3978 

L-335: 

Direction  1 : 

As  amended  March  31,  1945.     3530 
As  amended  April  19.  1945.     4260 

Direction   1-a 4293 

Direction  2,  as  amended  March 

31,   1945 3531 

Direction     2a,      as      amended 

April    17.  1945 4137 

Direction      3.      as      amended 

March  31.   1945 3532 

Direction      4,      as      amended 

March  31,  1945 3532 

Direction      5,      as      amended 

March  31,  1945 3533 

Direction      7.      as      amended 

April   17.   1945 4138 

Direction    17 3542 

I/-336,  as  amended  April  2.  1945.     2540 
L-340,    as     amended    April     16, 

1945    4089 

L-344    3966 

1^-345,     as    amended     AprH     24, 

1945    4536 

M   (Conservation)    orders: 

M-9,  as  amended  April  9,  1945.     3808 
M-ll-b,    as    amended    April    14. 

1945    4065 

M-21-J 38C6 

M-28: 

As  amended  April  2,  1945 3536 

Interpretation  2.  as  amended 

April  2,  1945 3538 

Revocation 4667 

M-28-a,  revocation 4657 

M-38: 

As  amended  March  31,  1945..     3523 

Direction  1,  revocation 4133 

M-63,  as  amended  April  16.  1945.     4083 
M-65,  as  amended  April  13,  1945.     4031 

M-70 3967 

M-81: 

As  amended  April  6,  1945 3756 

Direction  7,  revocation 3755 

Direction  8 3806 

M-84.  as  amended  April  12.  1945.     3969 
M-103,    as    amended    March    30, 

1945 3610 

M-115: 

As  amended  March  31    1945..     3609 

Direction  1 3542 

Revocation 4593 

M-126.    as    amended    March    12. 

1945;  amendment  1 3806 

M-160-a,  revocation 4299 

M-239,  as  amended  April  9.  1945.     3812 
M-241.    as    amended    April     14 

1945 4091 

M-290: 

As  amended  March  30.  1945...     3520 
Interpretation  1,  as  amended 

March  30,  1945 3523 

M-293 : 

Table  6.  as  amended  April  7, 

1945 3804 

Table  8.  as  amended  April  23 

1945 i     4299 

Table  9.  as  amended  AprU  23, 

1945 4300 

M-300 : 

Schedule  12,  as  amended  April 

3,  1945. 3638 

Schedule  43,  revocation 4097 

Schedule  59,  as  amended  April 

4,  1945 3688 

Schedule  68.  as  amended  April 

17,  1945 4138 

Schedule  101 3535 

Schedule  102 4097 

Schedule  103 4139 

Schedule  104 4140 


Page 
WAR  PRC«)DCT10N  BOABD— Con. 
Regulations   by  document   deaigna- 
tlon — Continued. 
M  I  Conacrratlon )   orders — Con. 
M  310:    . 

General      direction      13.      as 

amended  April  6.  1945-..     3763 

General  direction  le 3543 

M  317: 

Direction  6.  as  amended  April 

20,   1945 4264 

Direction  13 3543 

Direction   14 4599 

M-317B.    as    amended    April    10. 

1945 3944 

M  328: 

As  amended  March  31,  1945..     3533 

Amendment   1 4261 

Direction  4,  revocation 4261 

Direction  9,  revocation 4261 

M-328B: 

Direction  1,  revocation 4138 

Direction  2,  revocation 4138 

Direction  3,  revocation 4138 

Direction  4.  revocation 4138 

Direction  6.  as  amende  April 

25.  1945 4535 

Schedule  A: 

Supplement  I.  revocation..  4261 
Supplement  II,  revocation.  4261 
Supplement  III,  revocation.     4261 

Supplement   TV 4261 

Supplement  V 4262 

Supplement  VI.  revocation.     4262 

Supplement  VII 4262 

Supplement   X,   revocation.     4492 

Supplement  XI .      3915 

Supplement    XIII 3543 

Supplement   XIV -     3r>44 

As     amended     April      18. 

1945 4197 

Supplement      XV,      as 

amended  April  6.  1945..     3807 

M  352,    revocation-- 4098 

M'-369.    as    amended    April    10, 

1945 3916 

M-369-a 3917 

M-378;  direction  1 3545 

M  388: 

As  amended  April  14.  1945 4067 

Direction  2 3544 

M-38eA,    as    amended    April    14, 

1945 4072 

M  388B,    as   amended   April    14. 

1945 4080 

M-388C,    as    amended    April    14, 

1945 ^ 4081 


INDEX,  AprU  1945 

Pag* 
WAR  PRODCCnOIf  BOARD— Con. 
Regulations   by  document   deaigna- 
tlon — Continued. 
Preference  rating  orders : 

P-89;   direction  1 3799 

P-126;   direction   1 4066 

P-140: 

As   amended   April   4,    1945...     3682 

Direction  2,  revocation 3687 

P-151 4034 

P-152 3762 

P-153 4491 

Priorities  regulations: 
No.   1: 

Direction  3,  as  amended  April 

9.   1SMI5 3809 

Interpretation  14... 4083 

No.  3: 

As  amended  April  23.  1945 4294 

Direction  3,  as  amended  April 

12.   1946 ---      3966 

Interpretation  4,  as  amended 

April  23.  1946 4299 

Interpretation  14.  revocation.     4299 
No.    13,    as    amended    AprU    10, 

1945 _ -.       3905 

No.  25: 

Direction  1.  as  amended  April 

20.    1945--- 42£9 

Interpretation  2. 3672 

Rubber  order.  R-1 : 

Appendix  III,  Bs  amended  March 

5,  1945;  amendment  1 3813 

Appendix  IV.  as  amended  AprU 

3,   1945 3639 

Direction  1.  revocation 3642 

As  amended  November  9.  1944; 

Amendment  5 3636 

Amendment  6 45a9 

Direction  12. -     4294 

Utilities  orders: 

U-6.  revocation 4657 

U-7;   special  directive  C 3545 

U~8,    revocation 4658 

U  9;    direction    2.    as    amended 

AprU    13,    1945.- 4098 

Suspension,  con.sent,  etc.  orders; 

Amey,  George  W.  .J 3754 

Banner  Bed  Co 4290.4657 

Bell.  D   H.  and  G.  H 3960 

Bell  Lumber  Co 3672 

Benjamin.   Mendall,   Co .     3671 

BlUmore  Jewelry  Co 4054 

Booth  Newspapers.  Inc 3747 

Bryan.  J    Baker 4534 

Bunn.  George  F 4053 

Buzaell  Electric  Works 4031 

Cerre.   Inc 4054 

Clampl  Saw  Plant 3722 


CODIFICATION  GUIDE,  April  1945 


Page 
WAR  PRODUCTION  BOARD— Con. 
Suspension,    consent,    etc..    orders — 
Continued 

Cotton.  Vic,  Shoe  MTg 4064 

CovMolldated  Foods,  Inc.. 3601 

Cumberland       and       Westernport 

Transit  Co - 3720 

Daniel,  Lonnle  L 3671 

Denuiae.  Peter  and  Carmella 4064 

Federated  Publications.  Inc 4252 

Flitter,  Kalman 39C1 

Finn,   Helmuth   O 4064 

Olmpel.  Charlea  H 3811 

Herman.  J,  Co 4657 

Holyoke  Publishing  Co..  Inc 3608 

HuU.  Jo«phA 453.') 

Jackson  Upholstery  Co.,  Inc 353ti 

Johnson.  Dewey  W 4412 

Kmkade  Radio  Supply 4490 

Krenzlen.  Paul 3961 

Lachow,  Josepfa.  Co 3720 

Maaon  Mfg.  Co 4j35 

Moody.  A..&  Co 453.) 

National  Auto  Accessories  Corp...  4196 

National  Electrical  Co 375i 

Ntcolay-Dancey,  Inc.. -.-  36oa 

Norrls,  Don  E 3608 

North     American     Manufacturing 

Co 38  Ui 

Park  Chemical  Co 40j4 

Press  Publishing  Co 4051 

Rad-Mar  PreM.  Inc 4053 

Roslnsky.  H.  H..  It  Co 44y  i 

Saugatuck  Grain  L  Supply  Co 413! 

Schick,  Inc 40e6 

Smith.  Julius  H 4U61 

Sovereign  Builders  Supply  Co 42:;6 

Superior  Electrical  Industries 36rH 

Times  Publishing  Co 405.) 

True-Tagg  Paint  Co. 394  i 

Van  Dyke  Induatriea 4491 

Vogue  Shoe  Co 4CC5 

Western    f^unUy    PublUhing    Co. 

Inc 41  '■< 

Young  Mfg.  Co..  Inc 42  J 

WAR    SHIPPING    ADMINISTRATION; 

Contracts  for  carriage  on  owned  or 

chartered  vaaaeU;  uniform  dock 

recipt 4:358 

Merchant.    Marine     training:     State 
maritime   academies,   period   of 

training 377C 

Requisitioned  veasels;  determination 
of  ownership: 

'Briny    Breexe" _  42.=i2 

•■Sonoma" 35(i'J 

•sylph    II" 3Wd 

WILDLIFE      REFUGES,       regulations. 
See  Flbh  and  Wildlife  Service. 


CODIFICATION  GUIDE,  April  1945 

A  numerical  list  of  the  sections  of  the  Code  of  Federal  Regulations  affected  by  documents  published  during  April  1946.  Page  num- 
bers of  documents  affecting  sections  but  not  specifically  amending  the  text  thereof  appear  In  bnicketa.  Documents  carried  in  the  Cumu- 
lative Supplement  by  uncodified  tabulation  only  are  not  included  within  the  purview  of  this  list. 


TITLE  3— THE  PRESIDENT 4011 

Chapter  I — Pruclaniationtt: 

2645 3793 

2646 3939 

2647 4009 

2648 4009 

2649 4285 

Chapter  II— Executive  Orders; 

19194 M505 

3872 '  4505 

6910 '4041 

G'J67 »4244 

7734  ---_. MHO 

7908 MHO 

8084 »4C62 


'  Public   Land   Order    274. 
•Public  Land  Order  2C8. 
•Public  Land  Order  272. 
•Public  Land  Order  271. 
•Foreign  Service  Regs.  S-8. 


TITLE  3— THE  PRESIDENT— Con 
Chapter  II — Executive  Orders — Con. 

8102 '  4505 

8396 MO  10 

8531 MHO 

8533 M413 

9017 "3721 

9038 '3721 

9250 '3667 

9396- A '3721 

9469 '^  4209 

9534 3667 

9538 3721 

853« 3939 

9537 4010 

9538 _     4067 


•  Executive  Order  9637. 
'Executive  Order  9643. 
•Executive   Order   953S. 

•  Executive    Order    9534. 
"Order  SFA  T-3. 


TITLE  3— THE  PRESIDENT — Con 
Chapter  II— Executive  Orders — Con. 

9.53B 40-7 

9540 41  ■! 

9541 42,'.! 

9542 4,=i'.U 

9543 44  1  i 

9544 46.'J 

TITLE     6-   ADMINISTRATIVE      PER- 
SONNEL: 
Chapter    I — ClvU    Service    Comml.s- 
slon: 

Part  7— Certification -  "  40'7 

Part    18 — War  service  regulations: 

18.3 35l7 

Part  22— Appeals  of  preference 
ellglbles  under  Veterans'  Pref- 
erence Act: 

22  10 —      41.'} 

22.11 4:  '4 

'Executive  Order  9538. 


Page 
TITLE  6 — AGRICULTURAL  CREDIT: 
Chapter    I — Farm    Credit    Adminis- 
tration : 
Part     3 — Functions    of     adminis- 
trative   ofQcers 4031 

8.79 3901 

3.86 3901 

CJ.apter  II— War  Food  Administra- 
tion (Commodity  Credit  Corpo- 
ration) ; 
Part  295 — Disposal  of  surplus  agri- 
cultural commodities  for  ex- 
port     4521,4522,4647 

TITLE  7— AGRICULTURE : 

Subtitle  A — Ofnce  of   the   Secretary 
of  Agriculture; 
Part      1 — Administrative     regula- 
tions: 

Appendix 4647,4648 

Chapter  III — Bureau  of  Entomology 
and   Plant   Quarantine: 
Part     301 — Domestic     quarantine 
notices: 

301.64-4a 1  4253 

301.64-4b 4253 

Chapter  rv— War  Pood  AdmlnUtra- 
tlon  (Crop  Insurance)  ; 
Part  413—1945  cotton  crop  insur- 
ance: 

413.38 3507 

Part    416 — 1945    corn    crop    Insur- 
ance: 

416.39 3507 

Chapter  IX — War  Food  Administra- 
tion (Marketing  Agreements  and 
Orders) : 
Part  941— Milk  in  Chicago.  El.: 

9414 S509 

941.5- 3609 

Chapters  X-XII. 

Note;  For  orders  and  regula- 
tions appearing  under  these  chap- 
ters see  alphabetical  listing  In  In- 
dex under  wax  food  AOBnmsraA- 
TioN  and  coMMoorrY  chzdit  cor- 
poration. 

TITLE    8— ALIENS    AND    NATIONAL- 
ITY: 
Chapter  I — Immigration   and  Natu- 
ralization Service: 
Part    157 — Removal    of    distressed 
aliens  from  U.  S.; 

157.1-157.7 4011 

Chapter  II— Office  of  Allen  Property 
Custodian : 
Part   503 — General   orders: 

503.13-3 4195 

TITLE     10— ARMY:     WAR     DEPART- 
MENT: 
Chapter      V— Military     reservations 
and  national  cemeteries: 
Part    501 — Proclamations,    Execu- 
tive   orders,    public    land 
orders : 

501.1.. 4041.  4505,  4592 

Chapter  VIII — Supplies  and  equip- 
ment; 
Part  801 — General  Instructions: 

801.108 4012 

Part   802 — General    purchase   pol- 
icies: 

802.223 4012 

802.291 4012 

Part  803 — Contracts: 

E03304 _      4012 

803.308h 4012 

803315 4013 

803317b 4013 

803334 4013 

803.335 4014 

Part  804 — Bonds  and  Insurance: 

804481 4016 

804  482 4018 

804  496 4018 


'See  i  301.64-lb. 


Page 
TITLE     10— ARMY:     WAR    DEPART- 
MENT— Continued . 
Chapter  VIII — Supplies   and   equip-  '■ 

ment — Continued.  | 

Part  806 — Interbranch  and  inter- 
departmental purchases; 

806.605d 4016 

806.606. 4017 

80e.606a 4017 

806.60flb. 4017 

806.606c 4017 

806.613 4017 

8C6  614 4017 

Part  808— Federal,  State  and  local 
taxes: 

808.812 4018 

808.831 4018 

Part  8C 9— Labor: 

809.993-1  -_- 4018 

Part  811 — Miscellaneous  purchase 
Instructions: 

811.1112 4018 

811.1115 4019 

811.1116-811.1118 4019 

811.1135 4021 

Part  812 — Renegotiation  and  price 
adjustment: 
812.1291 4021 

Part  813 — Forms  of  contracts: 

813.1311b.  813.1311c 4022 

813.1313 4023 

813.1315a 4023 

813.1315b 4025 

813.1317c 4027 

813.1329 4027 

813.1330 4027 

813.1331 4028 

813  1334 4028 

Part  821 — General: 

821.101 4028 

821.105 4028 

Part  823 — Disposition  of  property 
for  purposes  directly  related  to 
prosecution  of  war: 

823.301-2  ..« 4028 

823.301-3.- 4028 

823.301-4 4029 

823.301-6 4029 

823.303-823.303-3 4029 

823.316 4029 

823.316-1 '  4030 

823318 4030 

Part    824 — Disposition   of   non-re- 
pairable property: 
824  403 4O30 

Part  826— Disposition  of  service- 
able non-mlUtary  property: 

826.610-1 4030 

826.624  -. 4030 

Part  827— Disposal  of  surplus 
property: 

827.702-2 4030 

827.702-5 4030 

827.709 4030 

Part  829 — Appendix: 

829910-1 .._     4030 

TITLE  14— CrVIL  AVIATION: 
Chapter    I — Civil    Aeronautics 
Board: 
Part  04 — Airplane  airworthiness: 

04.71 3793 

Part  29— Physical  standards  for 
airmen: 

29.12 3795 

Part  40 — Air  carrier  operating  cer- 
tification: 

40  2 4288 

40.233 4288 

40.2611 [3795] 

Part  61 — Scheduled  air  carrier 
rules ; 

61.3220 4288 

Chapter   II — Administrator,  of   Civil 
Aeronautics: 
Part  600 — Designation  of  civil  air- 
ways: 

600  10002 4593 

600.10200 3940 

800.10207 3940 

aOO.10210 .     4593 


Page 


TITLE  14— CIVIL  AVIATION— Con 
Chapter   II — Administrator   of   ClvU 
Aeronautics — Continued . 
Part  600 — Designation  of  civil  air- 
ways— Continued . 
600.10212 

4593 

600.10220 ". 

4  "^93 

600.10221 -. 

4593 

600.10312 .- 

4593 

Part   601 — Designation 
control  airports: 
601.10201 

of 

certain 

4593 

601.10208 

3941 

601.10210- 

4593 

601.10213 

4583 

601.10222.    -. 

4593 

601.10232 

4593 

601.10306  ... 

4593 

601.10313 

4593 

601.4003 . 

4594 

601.40208   --        ... 

3941 

601.40213...      

4594 

601.40222 

4594 

601.40232 ... 

4594 

601.40313 

4594 

36C7, 
4531 


TITLE    16 — COMMERCIAL   PRAC- 
TICES; 
Chapter  I — Federal   Trade  Commis- 
sion; 
Part  3 — Cease  and  desist  orders; 

36 3515, 

3669,  3753,  4413,  4415,  4416, 

3  7 3517.3942 

3.18 3606,3941,4416 

324 3796,  4264 

3  27 3517, 3795 

3.295 4594 

3.33 3796 

3.41 3941 

3.45 3606.  3670,  4061,  4417 

3.51 3941,4255 

3.55 4417 

3.66 3606.  3607,  3964.  4584 

3.69 8941.3942,4061,4286,4417 

3  71...   3669,3942.3964.4061.4533.4504 

3  72 3941. 

3942,  4413,  4415,  4416.  4417,  4531 

3.80 4531 

3  86 3941.  4255 

3.96 3607.   4413.   4417.   4531 

3.99 3796,  4416.  4531 

TITLE     17 — COMMODITY     AND     SE- 
CURITIES EXCHANGES;, 
Chapter  II — Securities  and  Exchange 
Commission ; 
Part   239 — Forms;    Securities   Act. 

1933 3965 

Part  240 — Rules  and  regulations. 
Securities  Exchange  Act,  1934; 

240.15b-2 3902 

Part  249 — Forms,  Securities  Ex- 
change Act,   1934 3902 

TITLE  19 — CUSTOMS  DUTIES: 
Chapter  I — Bureau  of  Customs: 
Part     1 — Customs     districts     and 
ports;    delegations   of   powers 
to  Commissioner  of  Customs : 

1.1 3607 

Part  8— Liability  for  duties,  entry 
of  Imported  merchandise; 

8.15 4289 

8.59 4289 

Part  10 — Articles  conditionally 
free,  subject  to  reduced  rate, 
etc.: 

10.1 4289 

Part  13 — Sugars,  sirups,  and  mo- 
lasses; petroleum  products; 
wool  and  hair: 

13.12 3721 

Part  16 — Liquidation  of  duties; 

16.2 3902 

Part  18 — Transportation  in  bond 
and  merchandise  In  transit: 

18.3 3902 

I        Part  19 — Customs  warehouses  and 
I  control  of  merchandise: 

19.23 S986 


22 


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CODIFICATION  GUIDE,  Apnl  1945 


..    [40081 


TITLE  19 — CUSTOMS  DCTIBB — Con. 
Chapter    I — Bureau    of    Cuatoma — 
Continued. 
Part  22 — Drawback: 

22  7 

328  .-- - 

Part    26 — Disclosure    of    Informa- 
tion; 

2«.2  ._. 

TITLE  20— EMPLOYEES"  BENEFITS : 
Chapter   I— U.   8.   Employeea'   Com- 
penaatlon  CommlMlon: 
Subchapter    A— D.    8.    Employees' 
Comperwatlon  Act 

TITLE  21— FOOD  AND  DRUGS: 

Chapter  I— Pood  and  Drug  Admin- 
istration: 
Part  170 — Enforcement  of  Federal 
Tea  Act: 

170.19 

TITLE  22— FOREIGN  RELATIONS: 
Chapter  I — Department  of  State: 
Part  101— Foreign  Service  person- 
nel: 

101.3 

Part      1 13— Marriages,     b  1  r  t  h  a  , 
deaths,  and  estates: 

113  9-113.16 

113.17 

113.18 

113.19 

Chapter  III— Proclaimed  list  of  cer- 
tain blocked  nationals 

TITLE  23— HIGHWAYS: 

Chapter   I— Public   Roads   Adminis- 
tration: 
Part  1 — Regulations  under  Federal 
Highway   Act.    1944.   and   Fed- 
eral-Aid Road  Act.  1916: 
1.1-1.25 - 

TITLE  25— INDIANS: 

Chapter  I — Office  of  Indian  Affairs: 
Part  130 — Operation  and  mainte- 
nance charges: 

130.24-- 

130  26 

130.28 

TITLE  2«— INTERNAL  REVENUE: 
Chapter  I — Bureau  of  Internal  Rev- 
enue: 
Part  19 — Income  tax  under  I  R.  C  , 
years  ending  Dec.  31.  1041: 

I.   R    C.   131 

19  131-7-- --- 

19  131-8 

Part  29 — Income  tax  under  IRC; 
years  beginning  Jan.   1,   1942: 

29  23(7)-!-- 

I    R    C    131 

29  131-7 

39.131-8 - 

Part  35 — Excess  profits  tax;  tax- 
able years  beginning  Jan.  1, 
1942: 

85.72»-4 - 

Part  171— Liquor: 

171.2 


Page 


3903 
3903 


4289 


4133 


■4010 


4061 
4062 
4062 
4062 

3796 


4196 


4533 
4533 
4534 


4255 
4355 
4255 


4195 
4255 
4256 
4256 


4257 
3561 


TITLE  29 — LABOR: 

Subtitle   A — Office   of   the   Secretary 
of  Labor : 

Part  2— General  regulations 4332 

Chapter     VI — National     War     Labor 
Board: 
Part  803 — General  orders: 

803.4 I4031I.  [41051,  [45341 

Appendix— Industry    commlMlons 

and  panels---   3721.  8797.  4195,  4868 

Chapter  VII— War  Manpower  Com- 
mlBSlon : 
Part     903  —  Minimum     wartime 
workweek : 

903.21 - -  8801,  4627 

Chapter  Vm — Commlsaloner  of  In- 
ternal Revenue: 
Part    1003— 8t«blllz»tlon    of    sal- 
aries: 
1002  87 •797 


*XB«cutlve   Order  9537. 


Page 
TITLE  39— lABORr— Contlntied. 
Chapter  IX — War  Food  Administra- 
tion (Agricultural  Labor) -    S&IB 

Part     lioa— Salaries    and    wages. 
California : 

1102.1. -- -     *196 

1102.3 «69 

1102.9- —  -      3797 

1102.11 *289 

Part     1109 — Salaries     and     wages. 
Delaware: 

1109.1 ----     '*290 

Part     1111— Salar  lea     and     wages, 
Washington: 

1111.4 3965 

Part     1112--Salarle«    and    wage*. 
Arizona: 

1112  J 4290 

TITLE  30— MINERAL  RESOURCES : 
Chapter    VI — Solid    Fuels    Adminis- 
tration for  War: 
Part  802 — General  orders  and  di- 
rectives : 
802  81-«)2  93    (App.  A.  App.  B)-      3646 

602  81 3646 

60283 3M6 

602  84 3648 

e0a.650-«02  669-    136191,   (S9431,   14259| 

602.662 3519.  3797.  4595 

602.653 3519,  3943 

602,667 3797 

602.700-602.726 [37981 

602.703 3798 

'    602709--- ---    14534] 

602  716 4232 

602.716 3798 

802  718 8798 

TITLE    31— MONEY    AND    FINANCE: 
TREASURY : 
Chapter  I — Monetary  Offices: 

Part       129— Values       of       foreign 
moneys: 

129  8 -- -     3903 

Part  131 — General  licenses: 

131.90 4062 

Appendix   A- 3904 

Appendix    B . 3904  4063 

Chapter  II— Fiscal  Service: 
Part  226 — Surety  companies: 

236  1 3763 

TITLE  32— NATIONAL  DEFENSE: 
Chapter  III — Bureau  of  Mines: 
Part  303 — General  licenses,  explo- 
sives: 

303  6 --- --.     4259 

Chapter   VI — Selective   Service   Sys- 
tem; 

Nora:  For  orders  prescribing 
forms  see  alphabetical  Hating  In 
Index     under     scutcnva     sxavics 

8TSTZM. 


Part  618 — Late  registration : 

616  46 3520 

Part  631 — Questionnaire,  etc..  to 
be  used  In  claaatfylug  regis- 
trants; 

821  11 3520 

621.12 3520 

631.13 3520 

621.14 3530 

821.15 3630 

821.16 3620 

621.17 3520 

Part  642 — Delinquency; 

642.31 3520 

Part  091 — Rules  for  camps  oper- 
ated by  National  Service  Board 
for  Religious  Objecton: 

881.17 3670 

Part  893 — Rules  for  Government- 
operated  oampa: 

693.17-. 3871 

Chapter  vm — Foreign  ■eonomlc  Ad- 
ministration. 

Note:  For  regulatlona  appearing 
under  this  chapter  see  alphabetical 
listing  In  Index  under  FoaBOM  KO- 

NOMIC   AOMimSTBATION. 


TITLE      83— HATIONAL      DEFENSE— 

Continued. 
Chapter  IX— War  Production  Board: 

Note  :  For  regulatlona  and  orders 
appearing  under  this  chapter  and 
not  listed  below  see  "Regulatlona 
by  document  designation"  under 
wAB  PEODOcnoN  BOABO  In  Index. 


Page 


Part  944 — Priorities  system  operat- 
ing regulations: 

944.1-944J0 138091.  [408;*  i 

94423      139881,4294.14253  1 

944.34 3905 

944.46 136731.   [4259; 

Chapter  XI— Office  of  Price  Adminis- 
tration : 

J^ote;  For  regulations  and  or- 
deks  appearing  under  this  chapter 
and  not  listed  below  see  "Regula- 
tions by  document  designation" 
under  peice  administeation,  omcE 
or  In  Index. 

Part  1300 — Procedure: 

1300.1001-1300.1014 '  37:6 

Chapter    XIII— Petroleum   Adminis- 
tration for  War: 
Part  1512 — Natural  gas  and  natu- 
ral gasoline: 

1512.5 37.-9 

Part  1641— Manufacturing  asphalt: 

1641.1 --- 46H5 

Chapter  XVI— OfBce  of  Censorship: 
Part  1806 — Disposal  of  certain  con- 
demned mall  matter: 

1806.1-1808.8 36i  J 

Chapter   XVni — Office   of   Economic 
Stabilization: 
Part    4003 — Subsidies;     support 

prices 3561,  4108.  4494,  4545 

Part    4004 — Price    stabilisation; 

maximum  prices 4M  b 

Chapter  XIX— Defense  SuppUes  Cor- 
poratlon : 
Part      7003 — Livestock      slaughter 
payments : 

7003.1-7003  12 *^^1 

Part     7005 — Mld-contlnent     crude 
compensatory  adjustments: 

70051-7006.6  (Sch.  B) 4108 

Chapter  XX — Office  of  Contract  Set- 
tlement: 
Part  8014 — Termination  cost  mem- 
orandums : 

8014.9 392.S 

Chapter     XXIII— Surplus     Pr<^>erty 

Board -    1419: 1 

Part  8301— Disposal  agencies  and 
procedvu-es  for  reporting  sur- 
plus projjertiee: 

8301.1-8301.19 - 3764 

I3TB7.1  [3789.1   [37711,4368.  14368| 

TITLE  33— NAVIGATION   AND  NAVI- 
GABLE WATERS: 
Chapter   I — Coast   Guard,   Navy   De- 
partmlnt : 
Part   5— Regulations.   U    8.    Coast 
Guard  Auxiliary: 

6  0-6.8 4356 

6.7-6.14 4.j;)6 

Part  8 — Regulations.  U.  8  Coast 
Quard  RcMrve: 

8.2103 4665 

8J103 4006 

Chapter  II — Corps  or  Engineers.  War 

Department : 

Part  303 — Bridge  regulatloiu: 

303.710 4-"8 

TITLE  34— N^VY: 

Chapter  I — Dej)artment  of  the  Navy: 
Part    33 — Naval    Retiring    Review 
Board- 

33.1-23.6 —  - 3^81 

TITLE  86— PARKS  AND  FORBBT8: 
Chapter  I— National  Park  Service: 
Part  3 — General  rules  and  regula- 
tions: 
333  - 3-75 


Page 
TITLE    36 — PARKS    AND    FORESTS — 
Continued. 
Chapter  I — National  Park  Service — 
Continued. 
Part  20 — Special  regulatlonjs: 

20  5 - 4039 

20.13  _ 4039 

20.14 4039 

Chapter  II — Forest  Service: 
Part  221— Timber: 

221.2 - 3876 

Part  381 — Trespass: 

261.50  -  — - 4M5 

TITLE  38— PENSIONS.  BONUSES,  AND 
VETERANS'   RELIEF: 
Chapter  I — Veterans"  Administration: 
Part     6 — Adjudication:      Depend- 
ents' olalms: 

6.2692 4039 

5.2604 4040 

5.2695 4040 

5.2700 4041 

5.2702  -.. 4041 

6.2703 4041 

Part  36 — Regulations  under  Serv- 
icemen's Readjustment  Act: 

36.307 4499 

36.209 4499 

36.239-36.250 4499 

TITLE  39 — POSTAL  SERVICE: 

Chapter  I — Post  Office  Department.-     3562 

TITLE  42 — PUBLIC  HEALTH ; 

Chapter  I— Public  Health  Service: 
Part  11 — Foreign  quarantine: 

11.63 - - 4208 

11.84-- 4209 

Chapter  II — Children's  Bureau: 
Part     202 — Services     for     crippled 
children: 
202.4-- 3562 

TITLE      43 — PUBLIC       LANDS:       IN- 
TERIOR: 
Chapter  I — General  Land  Office: 
Part  193 — Coal  permits,  leases  and 
licenses: 

193.16 3775 

193.21 3775 

193.22 3775 

193.24-- 3775 

193  26a 3775 

Part   194 — Potassium  permits  and 
leases : 

194.3 3647 

Part   257— Lease  or  sale   of   small 
tracts; 

257  4-- ---     3776 

257  6 ---     137781 

257.9 3776 

257.26 - 3776 

257.27 3776 

Appendix — Public  land  orders; 

12  -     -.- -  — '4041 

233 '3647 

256 '4605 

268 4041 

269 3647 

270 '--      4041 

271 4110 


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4505 
4505 


TTTLB    43— PUBUC     LANDS 
RIOR — Continued . 
Chapter    I — General    Land 
Continued. 
Appendix— Public    land 
Continued. 

272-.. -. 

273 

274 > 

Chapter  II — Bureau  of  Reclamation: 
Part  402 — Annual  water  charges; 

402.2 3776,  3777.  4361 

Chapter  III — Grazing  Service; 
Part  502 — Grazing  districts; 

602.1 4110 

TITLE  45— PUBLIC  WELFARE; 
Chapter  I— Office  of  Education: 
Part  4 — Fellowships,  teachers  from 
other  American  republics : 


4.1-4.7 


4612 


>  Public  Land  Order  270. 
'  Public  Land  Order  369. 
•Public  Land  Order  273. 


"HTLE  46 — SHIPPING: 

Chapter    I — Coast    Guard:     Inspec- 
tion and  navigation: 
Part  29 — Enforcement:  • 

29.8 4266 

Part  30 — General  provisions  (tank 
vessels)  : 

30.3 .. 3562 

Part  37— Specifications  for  Ufe- 
savlng  appliances  (tank  ves- 
sels) : 

37.1-1 (46661 

37J2-1-37.2-19- [4666] 

Part  51 — Materials: 

51.14-1 3697 

Part  55 — Piping  systems: 

55.19-3 3697 

Part  59 — Boats,  rafts,  bulkheads 
and  llfesavlng  appliances 
(ocean)  : 

59.13 14666J 

59.15--- 14666] 

Part  60 — Boats,  rafts,  bulkheads 
and  llfesavlng  appliances 
(coastwise)  : 

60  10   [4666] 

60.12 [4666] 

Part  161 — Deck  officers,  proficiency 
In  communications: 

161.1-161.4 [3562] 

Appendix   A — Waivers   of    naviga- 
tion and  Inspection  laws.  3562,  4666 
Chapter  III— War  Shipping  Admin- 
istration: 
Part    303 — Contracts   for   carriage 
on  vessels  owned  or  chartered 
by  WSA: 

303  40 4358 

Part  310 — Merchant  Marine  train- 
ing: 
310.8 3776 

TTTLE    47— TELBCOMMUNICA-nON: 
Chapter  I — Federal  Communications 
Commission : 
Part  2 — General  rules  and  regula- 
tions: 

2.41 3876 

Part  16 — War  emergency  radio 
services: 

15  1 —  - - 4244 

15i2 4344 

15.12 4244 


23 


Page 
TITLE    47— TELECOMMUNICATION— 
Continued. 
Chapter  I — Federal  Communications 
Commission — Continued. 
Part     15 — War     emergency     radio 
services — Continued. 

15.25. 4245 

15.56 4245 

15.63 4245 

15.76 4246 

Part  31 — Uniform  system  of  ac- 
counts. Classes  A  and  B  com- 
panies: 

31.01-9 4666 

31.175 4666 

31.2-20 --      4666 

31.5-50 4666 

TITLE    49— TRANSPORTATION     ANIX. 
RAILROADe : 
Chapter      I — Interstate      Commerce 
Commission ; 
Parts     71-65 — Transportation     of 
explosives  and  other  danger- 
ous  articles 4546 

Parts  95-98. 

Note:  For  orders  appearing  un- 
der these  parts  see  alphabetical 
listing  In  Index  under  iNTntsTATE 

COMMESCE   COMMISSION. 

Part    181 — Common   and   contract 
carriers  of  passengers: 

181.1180 3983 

Part   182 — Common  and  contract 
carriers  of  property; 

182.1180 3983 

Chapter  II — Office  of  Defense  Trans- 
t»ortatlon ; 
Part  501 — Conservation  of  trans- 
portation equipment: 

601  428 3877 

Part  504 — Direction  of  motor  traf- 
fic movement; 

504.30-504.33  (App.  A) 4505 

Parts  520-523. 

Note;  For  orders  appearing  un- 
der these  parts  see  alphabetical 
listing    In    Index    under    defckse 

•rRANSPORTATION.  OFTICE  OF. 

TITLE  50— WILDLIFE : 

Chapter  I— Fish  and  Wildlife  Serv- 
ice: 
Part    12— Administration    of    na- 
tional wildlife  refuges 4267 

12.17  - 4267 

Part  201 — Alaska  fisheries  general 
regulations ; 

201.9 4042 

Part  208 — Kodlak  area  fisheries ; 

208J2 4042 

Part  222 — Southeastern  Alaska 
area.  Icy  Strait  district,  sal- 
mon fisheries: 

222.16 4042 

Part  223 — Southeastern  Alaska 
area,  western  district,  salmon 
fisheries ; 

223.19 4042 

Chapter   IV — Office    of    the    Coordi- 
nator of  Fisheries; 
Part    401 — Production    of    fishery 
commodities  or  products: 
401.1 -—      4506 


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Washington,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


Regulations 


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TITLE  '.— ADMINISTRATIVE 
PERSONNEL 

Chapter  I — Civil  Service  Commissictn 

Part  18 — War  Service  Regulations 
ratinc  and  eligibility 

In  paragraph  <ci  of  §  18.3  Rating  and 
eligibility  (9  F.R.  7235,  15135;  10  F.R. 
2154 >,  subparagraph  <2)  is  revoked;  and 
In  paragraphs  tdJ  and  (e>  of  this  section, 
the  references  to  §  18.4  id)  should  read 
•J  18.4  (c)'-. 

Effective:  December  30.  1944 

rE.O.  9063  as  amended   by  E  O    9378.  8 
F.R.  13037) 

By  the  United  States  Civil  Service 
Commission. 

fsEAil  H.  B.  Mitchell, 

President. 

March  30.  1945. 

iF.    R     Doc     45-S263,     Filed,    Apr.    2,     1645; 
10.15  a.  m.l 


TITLE  7-AGRICl  LTIKE 

Chapter  IV — War  Food  Administration 
(Crop  Insurance) 

(Amdt.   1] 

Part  413 — 1945  Cotton  Crop  Insura^jce 
Regulations 

in.stj11aiice  unit 

Paragraph  (n)  of  5  413.38  (10  F.R. 
1421)  of  the  1946  Cotton  Crop  Insiu-ance 
Regulations  is  hereby  amended  to  read 
as  follows: 

S  413.38  Meaning  of  terms.  •  •  • 
(n)  "Insurance  unit"  means  all  or  that 
portion,  as  the  case  may  be,  of  the  farm 
(considered  for  the  purpose  of  establish- 
ing the  average  yield (s)  and  premium 
rate(s))  In  which  the  Insured  has  an 
interest  as  a  cotton  producer  at  the  be- 
ginning of  planting,  except  that  when 


a  part  of  such  land  is  regularly  ir- 
rigated and  the  remainder  never  irri- 
gated, or  when  separate  yields  and  rates 
have  been  established  for  widely  sepa- 
rated parts  of  such  land,  such  portions 
of  the  land  shall  constitute  separate  in- 
surance units:  Provided,  houever,  That 
all  or  any  part  of  such  land  which  is 
designated  on  the  crop  insurance  listing 
sheet  in  the  office  of  the  county  associa- 
tion as  "non-insurable",  because  of  the 
insurance  risk  involved,  shall  not  con- 
stitute an  insurance  unit  or  any  part 
thereof  and  shall  not  be  considered  in 
any  manner  whatsoever  under  the 
insurance  contract. 

Adopted  by  the  Board  of  Directors  on 
March  27,  1945. 


SE\L  ] 


E.  R.  Duke. 
Chairman. 


Approved:  April  2,  1945. 

Wilson  Co  wen. 
Assistant  War  Food 
Administrator. 


IP.   R 


I>,c.    45-5267;    Filed, 
11:40  a  m  ] 


Ap.-,    2,    1945; 


[Amdt.    1] 

Part  416 — 1945  Corn  Crop  Insurance 
Regulations 

insurance  unit 

Paragraph  (o)  of  5  416.39  dO  F.  R. 
2601)  of  the  1945  Corn  Crop  Insurance 
Regulations  is  hereby  amended  to  read 
as  follows: 

§  416.39  Meaning  of  terms.  •  •  • 
(o>  "Insurance  imit"  means  all  or  that 
portion,  as  the  case  may  be,  of  the  farm 
(considered  for  the  purpose  of  estab- 
lishing the  maximum  amount (s)  of  in- 
vestment Insurance  per  acre,  the  average 
yield (s)  and  premium  rates (s) )  in  which 
the  insiired  ha«  an  interest  as  a  corn 
producer  at  the  time  of  planting,  except 
that  when  a  part  of  sucii  land  is  regu- 
larly irrigated  and  the  remainder  never 
Irrigated,  or  when  separate  maximum 
amounts  of  Insurance  per  acre,  yields  and 

(Continued    on    p.    8509) 


CONTENTS 

REGULATIONS  AND  NOTICES 

Alien  Property  Custodian: 

Vesting  orders;  P^f 

Both.  Elizabeth 3566 

Lotz,  W.  W..  Inc 3566 

Robrecht,  Albert,  et  al 35t)7 

Civil  Service  Commission: 

War  service  regulations,  rating 

and  eligibility 3r)07 

Coast  Guard: 

Deck  officers  on  vessels  engaged 
in  war  business,  waiver  of 
proficiency  requirements  In 

communications 3562 

Tank    vessels,    amendments   to 

regulations   (Corr.) 3562 

Federal  Crop  Insurance  Ccepora- 
tion: 
Insurance  unit: 

Corn.    1945    crop 3507 

Cotton,  1945  crop 3507 

Federal  Power  Commission: 
Central   Illinois   Public   Service 

Co..  et  al..  hearing 3564 

Federal  Trade  Commission: 
Cease  and  desist  orders: 

Scientific   Apparatus   Makers 

of  America,  et  al 3517 

Vitamin  Products  Co.. 3515 

Hearings,  etc.; 

Del  Mar  Canning  Co 8565 

National    Electric    Mantifac- 

tiu-ers  Co 3565 

Southern      California      Fish 

Corp 8565 

Geological  Survey: 
North  Platte  River  and  Tribu- 
taries, Colorado  and  Wyo- 
ming; power  site  classifica- 
tion      3563 

Internal  Reveitoe  Bureau: 
Liquor  regulations:  alcohol  tax 

imit,  scope  of  duties 3561 

Interstate  Commerck  Comcssion ; 
Reconsignment  permits: 

Carrots,  Kansas  City,  Mo 3566 

Sweet  potatoes,  Kansas  Cfity, 

Mo 3565 

Rerouting  of  freight  traffic  due 
to  wash-outs  in  Texas  and 

Arkansas 3562 

(Contirjucd    on    p.    3508) 

3507 


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FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


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and  dwys  fDilowIng  legal  holidays,  by  the 
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Archives,  pursuant  to  the  authority  contained 
in  the  Federal  Register  Act,  approved  July  26. 
1935  (49  Stat.  500.  as  amended;  44  U.S.C, 
ch.  ap),  under  rei^ulatlons  prescribed  by  the 
Administrative  Committee,  approved  by  the 
Piesldcnt.  Distribution  is  made  only  liy  the 
Superintendent  of  Documents,  Government 
Printing  Office,  Washington  25.  D.  C. 

Tho  regulatory  material  appearing  herein  Is 
keyed  to  the  Code  of  Federal  Regulations, 
which  Is  published,  under  80  titles,  pursuant 
to  section  11  of  the  Federal  Register  Act,  as 
amended  June   19,   1937. 

The  FiairRAL  RscisTiai  will  be  furnished  by 
mall  to  subscribers,  free  of  postage,  for  $1.50 
per  month  or  $15  00  per  year,  payable  In  ad- 
vance. The  charge  for  Individual  copies 
(minimum  16r)  varies  In  proportion  to  the 
size  of  the  Issue.  Remit  check  or  money 
order,  made  payable  to  the  Superintendent 
of  Documents,  directly  to  the  Government 
Printing  Offlce.  Washington  25,  D.  C. 

Thv-re  are  no  restrlcllona  on  the  republica- 
tion of  material  appearing  In  the  Federal 
Register. 


NOTICE 

Book  1  of  the  1943  Supplement  to 
the  Code  of  Federal  Regulations 
may  be  obtained  from  the  Superin- 
tendent of  Documents,  Government 
r»rinting  OflBce,  at  $3.00  per  copy. 
This  book  contain8  the  material  in 
Titles  1-31,  includinjf  Presidential 
documents,  issued  during  the  period 
from  June  2,  1943,  through  Decem- 
ber 31,  1943. 


COMENTS— Continued 

Office  of  Censorship:  **»'-g' 

Di.sjjosal  of  certain  condemned 
mall  malter.  .loint  legula- 
tions  with  Post  Office  E>e- 

partmrnt 3560 

Office  OF  DefenseTransportation: 
Certain     carriers,     coordinated 
operations: 

Alabama 3571 

Baltimore.   Md.,   and   Harris- 
burg,  Pa 3580 

California  < 2  documents' 3575, 

3580 
ChaltanooRa,  Tcnn.,  and  At- 
lanta.   Ga 3572 

Delaware,       Maryland       and 

Pennsylvania 3571 

Duluth,  Minn.,  and  Eau  Claiie, 

Wis 3575 

GeoiRia,     Florida     and     Ala- 
bama       3574 

Indianapolis  nnd  Laprl,  Ind-_     3573 
Kokomo  and  Logar-isport,  Ind-     3573 
Louisville.  Ky..  and  Indianap- 
olis. Ind 3570 

Mi.ssi.->sippi 3577 

North   Carolina     3578 

Reading  and  Lnianon.  Pa 35 i6 

St,  Louis,  Mo..  E.ist  St.  Louis. 
I!!  .  Evaus\ille,  Ind.,  and 

Tlhnoi; 3571 

South  C.iioiina  .     3579 

Ihomasville  and  IvIob;lf,  Ala.     3576 


CONTENTS— Continued 

Office    of    Defense    Transporta- 
tion— Continued. 
Lane-haul  shipments,  expedition 
of  collection  and  delivery: 

Raton,  New  Mex 

Shievep>ort,  La 

Office  of  Econcbhc  Stabilization  : 

Livestock  slaughter  payments__ 

Sugar,  Puerto  Rican  raw,  1945 

production     and     purchase 

program 

Office  of  Price  Administration: 
Adjustments  and  pricing  orders: 

Artistic  Studio 

B\lly.  Inc 

Beautyette  Mfg.  Co 

Boatenreiter.  Charles  B   

Comstock  Castle  Stove  Co 

Du  Pont  Semesan  Co _" 

F  &  W  Foundry 

Flynn  Specialties  Co 

Gibbs  Mfg.  Co 

Globe  Knitting  Works 

Kaufman.  George  G 

Knox  Porcelain  Corp 

Luther,  E.  T 

Macro  Mfg.  Co -. 

Master  Refrigeratl/n  Service 

Co '^ 

Miller  W, Inc 

Planetaro    Mff;.    Co.    and    L. 

Johnson  Mfg.  Co 

Production    Tooling    Co.     <2 

documents) 3581. 

Rider,  Charles  D 

Robbins  and  Burke,  Inc 

P.uffalo,  John  B.,  Co 

Southern  Hame  Co,  Inc 

Stamer,  Herman,  Mfg.  Co 

Tyler  Fixture  Corp 

Variety  Millwork  Co.  (Con-.)_ 

Victoiia  Sweets,  Inc 

W.  W.  Coal  Co 

Waage,  A.  H.,  Electric  Co 

Weller   Bros 

Alcoholic  beverages,  posting  of 

ccilins    prices    iRr^staurant 

MPR  2,  Am.  1  to  Order  3  > . 

Bakei-y  products  i2d  Rev.  MPR 

319) 

Cai-bon  black,  channel  (SR  14F, 

Am.  3> 

China  saucers,  purchased  from 

Treasury    Department 

( Supp.  Order  94.  Order  44 )  _ 

Cotton     yarns,     combed,     and 

processing  <RPS  7,  Am.  17 1  _ 

Dairy     products     iRMPR     289, 

Am.  23'_--      

Defense  rental  areas: 

Designations  and  rent  decla- 
rations: 

No.  27  lAm.  8' 

No.  31   lAm.  31> 

Hoijeis  and  roomin!<  houses 
(Am.  48.  49)  <2  docu- 
ments)   3555, 

Housing  <Am.  52,  53)  <2  doc- 
uments ) 

Fish    and    seafood,    fresh    and 

fiozen   (MPR  579,  Am.  2'. 

Pm-^hllght    batteries.    Treasury 

Department     sales     (Supp. 

Order  94.  Am.  2   to  Order 

11) --    --- 

F^our  mixes,  prepared  (FPR  1, 

Am.  2  to  Supp.  3) 

Fuel  oil,  gasoline  and  liquefied 
petroleum  fm  (MPR  88, 
Am.  26> . 


CONTENTS— Continued 


Page 

Continued. 
Gasoline   or   oil   drums    'Supp. 
Order   94.   Corr.   to    Order 

Page 

35G9 

41) -—    -   -- 

3593 

3568 

Hav.aii : 

Onions    and    potatoes    (MPR 

3561 

373.  Am,  138) 

3557 

Papio  (MPR  373,  Am.  137)  -.. 

3557 

Infoimation,    dlsclosuie     (Gen. 

3561 

Order  55,  Am.  1  >  -._- 

Malt  beverages  (MPR  259,  Am. 

3593 

4) 

3558 

3583 

Meat,    fat.s,    fish    and    cheeses 

3531 

•  Rev.  RO  16,  Am.  37  to  2d 

3585 

Rev.  Supp.  1» 

3549 

3584 

Motor      vehicles,      commercial. 

3591 

rental     of     certain     types 

3589 

(MPR  571.  Am.  2) 

3558 

3588 

Perishable     food     commodities. 

3586 

retail     sales     (RMPR     268. 

3587 

Am    11"    ...   .   -_- 

3554 

3590 

Petroleum,   crude,   and   natural 

3588 

and  petroleum  gas  (RMPR 

3581 

436  Am.  12)            ._-   -   _. 

3560 

3585 

Petroleum,  crude,  produced  from 

3587 

various     designated     pools 

(RMPR  436.  Order  37) 

3593 

3583 

Processed    foods    (Rev.    RO    13, 

3584 

Am.  53,  54  to  2d  Rev,  Supp. 

1)  (2  documents) 3549 

.3556 

3585 

Puerto  Rico: 

Grocery  products  (MPR  183, 

3593 

Am.  69) 

3549 

3592 

Shortening    restrictions    (Re- 

3582 

striction  Order  14) 

3556 

3586 

Regional     and     district     offlce 

3538 

orders;    community   ceiling 

3587 

prices,  list  of  orders  filed 

3598 

3582 

Sales  by  Government  agencies 

3593 

and   resales    (Supp.   Order 

3590 

94,  Am.  4) 

3552 

3591 

Shoes,    men's    new,    purchased 

1 

3592 

from  Treasury  Department 

3592 

( Supp,  Order  94,  Order  45 )  _ 
Wood,  excelsior  and  wood  wool 

3589 

•  2d  Rev,  SR  14,  Am.  5) 

3551     , 

3593 

Post  Office  Department: 

Disposal  of  certain  condemned 

3545 

mail  matter.  Joint   regula- 
tions with  Office  of  Censor- 

3558 

ship 

Ptjblic  Health  Service: 

Children's    Bureau,    diagnostic 

3560 

3589 

services   for   crippled    chil- 

dren   

3562 

3552 

Sectjrities  and  Exchange  Commis- 
sion: 

3554 

Hearings,  etc.: 

A.ssociated  Electric  Co 

3C00 

Electric    Power   &   Light   Co. 

and  Dallas  Power  &  Light 

3556 

•            Co 

3599 

3556 

North  West  Utilities  Co.  and 
Lake    Superior    District 

Power  Co     -     --   -_ 

3600 

3556 

Pan  American  Airways  Corp. 
and  Western  Pacific  Rail- 

3555 

road  Co,_  

Trustees  under  Pension  Trust 

3600 

3555 

Agreement 

Selective  Sekvice  System: 

3599 

Dehnquency.  records 

3520 

Forms  prescribed: 

3589 

Occupational  questionnaire-. 
Replacement   and   individual 

3519 

2  554 

rertificr-tion    -   .      

3519 

3553 


Latg  refii.<tii.fion;  occupational 

questionnaire 3519 

(Continued  on  nr\t  p-'rc) 


CONTENTS— Continued 

Selective  Service  System— Con.        P»K« 
Questionnaire  and  other  infor- 
mation to  be  used  in  classi- 
fying registrants 3520 

Solid  Fuels  Administration  for 
■  War: 
Limitations  of  deliveries  to  and 

receipts  by  consumers 3519 

Consumer  Declaration  forms, 
prohibition  against 
changing  or  filling  in  cer- 
tain items 3519 

Wage  and  Hour  Division: 
Learner     employment     certifi- 
cates.  Issuance   to   various 

Industries 3563 

Hearing;     Salant    k    Salant, 

Inc 3564 

Minimum  wage  recommenda- 
tion for  newspaper  and 
graphic    arts    industry    in 

Puerto  Rico ;  hearing 3564 

War   Food   Administration.     See 

also  Federal  Crop  Insurance 

Corporation. 

Agricultural  labor,  specific  wage 

ceilings,    redesignation    of 

ytles 3518 

Beef  to  be  set  aside  (WFO  75-2. 

Am.  21) 3514 

Butter,  set  aside  requirements 

(WFO  2,  Am.  5) 3512 

Milk,  bjrproducts,  and  cream, 
general  amendment  to  cer- 
tain allocation  orders 
(WFO  7&-57.  79-73,  79-74, 
79-75.   79-76,  79-77,  79-84, 

79-94,  Gen.  Am.  8) 3514 

Milk  handling,  Chicago,  111., 
marketing  area  (2  docu- 
ments)       3509 

Oil: 
Animal   and  neat's-foot,   in- 
ventories (WPG  128) 3511 

Distilled  red.  distribution,  de- 
Uvery,     etc.      (WFO     53, 

.      Am.  7) 3510 

War  Manpower  Commission  : 
Employment   stabilization   pro- 
gram, Rochester,  N.  Y 3601 

Minimum  wartime  workweek, 
designated     labor     market 

areas  in  Wisconsin 3601 

War  Productiow  Board: 

Containerboard    (M-290:    MPR 

290,  Int.  1)  (2  documentsi-    3520. 

3523 

»;ontainers: 

Aluminum  allotments  for 
closures,  2d  quarter  1945 
CMP  'L-103-b.  Dir.  2)..     3538 

Pood,  sanitary  (L-336) 3540 

Lead  quotas  for  collapsible 
tubes,    2d    quarter    1946 

(M-115,  Dir.  1) 3542 

Steel     shipping     drums     (L- 

197) 3525 

Wooden  shipping  (L-232»-—     3528 
Dichlorodifluoromethane     (M- 
28;  M-28.  Int.  2)    (2  docu- 
ments)    3536,   3538 

Hydroquinone  (M-300) 3535 

Lead    (M-38) 3523 

Lumber,  sawmills'  shipments: 

Cypress  (1^335,  Dir.  5) 3533 

Douelas,  White  and  Noble  fir. 
Sitka  spruce  and  West 
coast  hemlock  (L-335, 
Dir.  1) - 3531 


CONTENTS— Continued 

War  Production  Board — Con. 
Lumber,  sawmills'  shipments — 

Continued.  ^*^® 

From    western    pine    region 

(1^335,  Dir.  2) 3531 

Redwood   (L-335.  Dir.  3> 3532 

Southern    yellow     pine     (Lr- 

•  335,   Dir.  4) 3532 

Wholesalers   and    commis- 
sion-men   (L-335,    Dir. 

17, 3542 

Newspapers  (L-240.  Supp.  1)--     3538 

Paperboard  (M-378.  Dir.  1) 3545 

Power,  water,  gas  and  c^tral 
steam  (natural  gas)    (U-7, 

Special  Dir.  C) 3545 

Suspension  orders: 

Consolidated  Food.  Inc 3601 

Jackson  Upholstery  Co.,  Inc.     3536 

Nicolay-Dancey,   Inc 3602 

Textiles,    clothing    and  leather 
(M-328;     M-328B,     Supps. 
XIII  and  XIV  to  Sch.   A^ 
(3  documents)---  3533,  3543.  3544 
AA-4  orders,  extension  of  time 
for     mandatory    accept- 
ance (M-388,  Dir.  2) 3544 

Bandage   cloth    (M-317,   Dir. 

13) 3543 

India  tanned  goatskins,  re- 
quired processing,  deliv- 
ery and  use  (M-310.  Dir. 

16) 3543 

War  Shipping  Administration: 
Determination  of  vessel  owner- 
ship;   "Sonoma" 3602 


regulating  the  handling  of  milk  In  the 
Chicago,  Dlinois,  marketing  area,  it  is 
hereby  determined  that  the  provisions  of 
such  order  which  pronde  a  seasonal  min- 
imum price  on  Class  I  miik  during  May 
and  June  1945  are  provision.*;  which  ob- 
struct and  do  not  tend  to  effectuate  the 
declared  policy  of  the  act  with  respect 
to  producers  of  milk  under  such  order. 

It  is,  therefore,  ordered.  Tliat  the  fol- 
lowing provisions  of  ?  941.5  'a)  '2'  of 
the  order,  as  amendec!.  regulating  the 
handling  of  milk  in  the  Chicago.  Illinois, 
marketing  area  be  suspended  for  the 
period  from  12:01  a.  m..  en  May  1.  1945. 
through  June  30.  1945: 

1.  The  words  "*  *  *.  except  the 
delivery  periods  of  May  and  June. 
•     •     *:"  and 

2.  The  words"*  *  • ;  and  durinp  the 
delivery  periods  of  May  and  June  the 
price  per  hundredweight  for  Class  I  milk 
shall  be  the  price  determined  pursuant 
to  paragraph  (b),  plus  accents    *     '     *  " 

(E.O.  9322.  8  F.R,  3807:  E  O.  9334.  8  F.R. 
5423  > 

Done  at  Washington.  D.  C,  this  30th 
day  of  March  1945. 

Ashley  Sellehs. 
Assista7it  War  Food  Administrator. 

(F.    R.    Doc.    4&-5154:  ^Ifd.    Mar.    30.    1P45. 
3:32  p    m  I 


rates  have  been  established  for  widely 
separated  parts  of  such  land,  such  por- 
tions of  the  land  shall  constitute  sepa- 
rate insurance  units:  Provided,  however, 
That  all  or  any  part  of  such  land  which 
is  designated  on  the  crop  insurance  list- 
ing sheet  in  the  ofBce  of  the  county  as- 
sociation as  "non-insurable",  because  of 
the  insurance  risk  involved,  shall  not 
constitute  an  insurance  unit  or  any  part 
thereof  and  shall  not  be  considered  In 
any  manner  whatsoever  under  the  in- 
surance contract. 

Adopted  by  the  Board  of  Directors  on 
March  27,  1946. 


[seal] 


E.  R.  Duke. 

Chairman. 


Approved:  April  2,  1945. 

Wilson  Co  wen, 
Assistant  War  Food 
Administrator. 

[F     R     Doc.    45-6268;    Piled,    Apr.    2.    1946; 
11:39  a.  m.] 


Chapter  IX— War  Food  Administration 
(Marketing  Agreements  and  Orders) 

Part  941— Milk  in  the  Chicago.  Illinois, 
Marketing  Area 

suspension  or  certain  provisions 

Pursuant  to  the  applicable  provisions 
of  Public  Act  No.  10,  73rd  Congres.s,  as 
amended,  and  as  reenacted  and  amended 
by  the  Agricultural  Marketing  Agree- 
ment Act  of  1937,  as  amended  (7  UJ5.C. 
601  et  seq.),  hereinafter  referred  to  as 
the  "act,"  and  ol  the  order,  as  amended. 


Part  941- 


-MiLK  IN  THE  Chicago.  Illinoi.'^ 
Marketing  Area 


suspension    of    CERTAIN    PROVISIONS 

Pursuant  to  the  apphcable  provisions 
of  Public  Act  No.  10,  73rd  Congress,  as 
amended,  and  as  reenacted  and  amended 
by  the  Agricultural  Marketing  Agreement 
Act  of  1937,  as  amended  (7  U.S.C.  601 
et  seq.),  hereinafter  referred  to  as  the 
"act",  and  of  the  order,  as  amended,  reg- 
ulating the  handling  of  milk  in  the  Chi- 
cago, Illinois,  marketing  area,  it  was  de- 
termined on  September  12.  1944.  that  the 
provisions  of  such  order  which  provide 
for  pro  rata  classification  of  milk  or 
cream  which  is  sold  to  a  person  who  is 
a  handler  under  another  milk  marketing 
agreement  or  order  effective  under  the 
act.  are  provisions  which,  during  Octo- 
ber, November,  and  December  1944.  ob- 
structed and  did  not  tend  to  effectuate 
the  declared  policy  of  the  act  with  respect 
to  producers  of  milk  under  such  order. 
A  similar  determination  was  made  on  I>e- 
cember  29,  1944,  with  respect  to  such 
provisions  as  regards  January,  February, 
and  March  1945. 

It  is  now  determined,  pursuant  to  the 
provisions  of  the  aforesaid  act  and  order, 
that  the  said  provisions  "bf  the  order  are 
provisions  which  will,  for  an  indefinite 
period  after  March  31. 1945.  obstruct  and 
not  tend  to  effectuate  the  declared  policy 
of  the  act  with  respect  to  the  producers 
of  milk  under  such  order. 

It  is.  therefore,  ordered.  That  the  sus- 
pension of  the  following  provision  of 
§  941.4  (a )  of  the  said  order  be  continued 
in  effect  after  March  31,  1945,  unlil  oth- 
erwise ordered  by  the  War  Food  Admin- 
istrator: "And  provided  further.  That  in 
the  case  of  the  sale  of  milk  or  cream  by  a 


3:>io 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


3511 


handler  to  a  person  who  Is  a  handler 
under  another  Federal  milk  agreement 
or  order,  such  milk  may  be  classified  on 
a  pro  rata  basis." 

(E.O.  9322,  8  F.R.  3807;  E.O.  9334,  8  F.R. 
5423) 

Done  at  Washington., D.  C.  this  30th 
day  of  March  1945. 

Ashley  Sellers. 
Assistant  War  Food  Administrator. 

|F     R     IX)C.    45-5177:    Filed.    Mar.    31.    1945; 
11:03  a.  m  ) 


Chapter  \I— War  Food  Administration 
(Distribution  Ordern) 

(WPO  53.  Amdt.  7| 

Part  1460 — Fats  and  Oils 

distilled  red  oil 

Tlie  fulfillment  of  requirements  for 
the  defease  of  the  United  States  has  re- 
sulted in  a  shortage  in  the  supply  of  dis- 
tilled red  oil  for  defense,  for  private  ac- 
count, and  for  export,  and  it  Is  deemed 
necessary  and  appropriate  in  the  public 
interest  and  to  promote  the  national  de- 
fen.se  that  the  order  partially  suspend- 
ing War  Food  Order  No.  53,  issued  De- 
cember 1,  1944  (9  F.R.  14273>,  be  hereby 
terminated,  apd  that  said  War  Food  Or- 
der No.  53.  as  amended  (9  F.R.  6391). 
be  further  amended  to  read  as  follows: 

§  1460.15  Distribution,  delivery,  ixse 
and  set  aside  of  distilled  red  oiZ— 'a) 
Definitions.  (D  "EHstilled  red  oil" 
means  the  lower  titer  fatty  acids,  com- 
monly known  as  commercial  oleic  acid, 
obtained  by  any  process  which  Includes 
the  splitting  of  animal  fat  and  a  subse- 
quent separation  by  pressing  or  other- 
wise of  such  lower  titer  fatty  acids  from 
the  higher  titer  fatty  acids,  and  which 
have  been  distilled  either  prior  to  or 
after  separation  from  the  higher  titer 
fatty  acids. 

(2)  'Producor"  means  any  person 
who  produces  distilled  red  oil. 

i3i  "Distributor"  means  any  person 
who  acquires  distilled  red  oil  for  resale. 

(4t  "User"  means  any  person  who 
u.ses  distilled  red  oil  in  the  manufacture 
of  any  other  product,  rejiardless  of 
whether  distilled  red  oil  is  incorporated 
into  such  other  product. 

(5>  "Certified  order"  means  a  writ- 
ten order  to  a  producer  or  distributor 
which  has  attaclied  thereto  or  incorpo- 
rated therein  a  certificate  executed  In 
accordance  with  paragraph   (c)   hereof. 

(61  "Pharmaceuticals  and  medicinal 
preparations"  shall  not  Include  tooth 
paste,  tooth  powder,  toilet  soap,  shaving 
cream,  hand  lotion,  after  shaving  lotion, 
hair  dressing,  hair  tonic,  or  any  other 
product  Intended  to  be  applied  to  the 
human  body  for  cleansing,  beautifying, 
promoting  attractiveness,  or  altering  the 
appearance. 

(7>  "Inventory"  means  the  total  quan- 
tity of  distilled  red  oil  owned  by  any  per- 
son, wherever  located. 

(8'  "Eastern  zone"  means  that  area 
of  the  United  States  and  the  District  of 
Columbia  lying  east  of  the  eastern 
bound;\nes  of  the  States  of  Montana, 
Wyoming,  Colorado,  and  New  Mexico. 


(9)  "Western  zone"  means  that  area 
of  the  United  States  and  the  District  of 
Columbia  lying  west  of  the  eastern 
boundaries  of  the  States  of  Montana, 
Wyoming.  Colorado,  and  New  Mexico. 

(10)  "Current  rate  of  consumption", 
as  determined  on  any  particular  date, 
means  the  amount  of  distilled  red  oil 
used  during  the  30-day  period  immedi-^ 
ately  prior  to  such  date,  or  the  amount 
of  distilled  red  oil  scheduled  for  use  dur- 
ing the  30-day  period  immediately  fol- 
lowing such  date. 

(11)  "Maximum  unit"  means  the 
largest,  single,  segregate,  commercial 
quantity  ot.  distilled  red  oil  shipped  to 
and  accepted  by  any  person  during  the 
calendar  year  J944. 

(12)  "Person"  means  any  individual, 
partnership,  association,  business  trust, 
corporation,  or  any  organized  group  of 
persons,  whether  incorporated  or  not. 

(13)  "EMrector"  means  the  Director 
of  Marketing  Services,  War  Food  Ad- 
ministration. 

(b»  Delivery  restrictions.  Except  as 
specifically  authorized  by  the  Director, 
no  person  shall,  in  any  calendar  month, 
deliver  distilled  red  oil  on  other  than 
certified  orders  to  any  person  except  a 
distributor  unless  and  until  he  has,  be- 
fore the  end  of  such  month,  filled  or  of- 
fered to  fill  all  certified  orders  received  by 
him  or  or  before  the  16th  day  of-  such 
month. 

( c  >  Certified  orders.  <  1 )  Any  user  who 
requires  distilled  red  oil  for  lubrication  of 
wool  fibers  for  spinning  or  weaving;  spin 
bath  lubricants  for  synthetic  fiber  manu- 
facturing (filament  only)  ;  fiotation  of 
tungsten,  lithium,  kyanite.  magnesite,  or 
fluorspar;  pharmaceuticals  and  medici- 
nal preparations;  or  any  other  use  certi- 
fied by  the  Order  Administrator,  may 
transmit  to  his  supplier  a  written  order 
which  has  attached  thereto  or  incorpo- 
rated therein  a  properly  executed  certifi- 
cate in  the  following  form: 

The  undersigned  hereby  certifies  to  the  War 
Food  Admlnlstrsftor  and  to 

(Name  and  address 

that    he    Is    familiar    with    the 

of  supplier) 

terms  of  War  Food  Order  No  53,  that  this  rer- 
tlflcate  Is  furnished  in  order  to  enable  the 
undersigned  to  obtain  preferred  delivery.  In 
accordance  with  War  Ftx)d  Order  No.   53,  of 

pounds  of  distilled  red  oil, 

and  that  he  «'lll  u.se  all  of  such  distilled  red 
oil  as  follows  (Check  applicable  use)  : 

□  Lubrication  of  wool  fibers  for  spinning  or 
weaving. 

rj  Spin  bath  lubrication  for  synthetic  fiber 
manufacturing  (filament  only). 

C  Flotutlon  of  tungsten,  lithium,  kyanite. 
magnesite.  or  fluorspar 

C  Pharmaceuticals  and  medicinal  prepara- 
tions. 

C  Use  certified  by  Order  Administrator  bear- 
ing Authorization  No. 


By 


(Purchaser) 
( Authorized  official ) 


(Date) 

(2>  No  user  who  receives  distilled  red 
oil  under  a  certified  order  shall  use  any 
part  thereof  for  any  purpose  other  than 
the  use  indicated  In  such  certificate. 

(d>  Set  aside.  Every  producer  shall, 
during  each  calendar  month,  after  the 
fulfillment  of  all  certified  orderg  received 


by  him  on  or  before  the  16th  day  of  such 
month,  set  aside,  reserve,  and  hold  for 
delivery  in  accordance  with  specific  au- 
thorization by  the  Order  Administrator. 
25  percent  of  the  remaining  balance  of  all 
distilled  red  oil  produced  by  him  during 
such  month.  Distilled  red  oil  so  set  aside 
shall  not  be  used,  processed,  delivered,  or 
received  by  any  person  except  as  spe- 
cifically authorized  by  the  Order  A«im- 
Istrator.  Any  distilled  red  oil  so  set  aside, 
the  delivery  of  which  is  not  specifically 
authorized  by  the  Order  Administrator 
before  the  first  day  of  the  succeeding  cal- 
endar month,  shall,  without  further  no^ 
tice  to  the  producer,  be  released  from  Uie 
provisions  of  this  paragraph  (d). 

(e)  Inventory  restrictions.  Except  as 
hereinafter  provided: 

( 1 )  No  distributor  shall  accept  delivery 
of  distilled  red  oil  in  any  quantity  which 
will  cause  his  inventory  to  exceed  the 
following  number  of  days'  supply  based 
upon  his  deliveries  during  the  preceding 
calendar  month: 

I  i  >  Distributors  located  in  the  Eastern 
zone — 20  days'  supply; 

(ii>  Distributors  located  in  the  West- 
ern zone — 30  days'  supply. 

i2>  No  user  shall  accept  delivery  of 
distilled  red  oil  in  any  quantity  which  will 
cause  his  inventory  to  exceed  the  follow- 
ing number  of  days'  supply  based  upwu 
his  current  rate  of  consumption: 

( i  >  Users  located  in  the  Eastern  zone — 
30  days"  supply; 

(ii)  Usei^  located  in  the  Western 
zone — 45  days'  supply. 

(f)  Inventory  exemption:  Maximum 
units.  Subject  to  the  requirements  of 
paragraph  (g)  of  this  order,  any  user  or 
distributor  whose  inventory  does  not  ex- 
ceed two-thirds  of  the  quantity  which  he 
is  permitted  to  have  under  the  applicable 
provision  of  paragraph  (ei  may  accept 
delivery  of  not  more  than  one  maximum 
unit,  provided  that  such  acceptance  shall 
not  cause  his  inventory  to  exceed  twice 
the  quantity  which  he  is  permitted  to 
have  under  the  applicable  provision  of 
paragraph  (e*. 

(g)  Inventory  certificates.  No  person 
shall  deliver  and  no  person  shall  accept 
delivery  of  more  than  50  pounds  of  di>-- 
tilled  red  oil  in  any  calendar  month 
imless  the  person  accepting  delivery  ex- 
ecutes and  furnishes  to  his  supplier  a  cer- 
tificate in  the  following  form: 

The    undersigned    hereby    certifies    to    tli-- 

War  Food  Administration  and   to   

(Name  aiul 

that  he  Is  familiar  with  the 

address  ot  supplier) 

term.s  of  War  Food  Order  No.   53.  that    thi.* 

certificate  Is  furnished  In  order  to  enable  tlif 

undersigned  to  acquire pound- 

of  distilled  red  oil.  to  be  delivered  on  or  about 

. and    that    the    receipt    by 

him  of  such  distilled  red  oil  will  not  Increase 
his  Inventory  beyond  the  amount  permitted 
under  War  Food  Order  No.  53. 


By 


(Purchaser) 
(Authorized   official) 


(Date) 

(h)  Transfers  between  branches  or  de- 
partments. The  transfer  of  distilled  red 
oil  between  units,  departments,  branches, 
plants,  or  companies  owned,  controlled, 
or  directed  by  the  same  person  but  en- 


gaged in  separate  activities  as  producers, 
distributors,  or  users  shall  constitute  de- 
livery and  acceptance  of  delivery  within 
the  meaning  of  this  order. 

(i)  Records  and  reports.  (1)  All  cer- 
tified orders  and  all  certificates  executed 
under  paragraphs  ( c )  or  ( g  •  of  this  order 
shall  be  retained  for  at  least  two  years 
and  shall,  upon  request,  be  submitted  to 
the  Director  for  examination.  All  state- 
ments contained  in  such  certificates  shall 
be  deemed  representations  to  an  agency 
of  the  United  States.  No  person  shall  be 
entitled  to  rely  upon  any  such  certificate 
If  he  knows  or  has  reasonable  cause  to 
believe  it  to  be  false. 

(2)  Every  producer  shall,  within  15 
days  after  the  end  of  each  calendar 
month,  execute  and  mail  to  the  Order 
Administrator  one  copy  of  Form  FDA- 
476.  showing  his  actual  and  estimated 
production,  deliveries,  and  stocks  of  dis- 
tilled red  oil. 

(3>  Every  person  who  uses  more  than 
3,000  pounds  of  distilled  red  oil  in  any 
calendar  quarter  shall  execute  and  mail 
to  the  Bureau  of  the  Census,  Washington 
25.  D.  C,  Bureau  of  the  Census  Form 
BM-1  for  each  calendar  month,  on  or 
before  the  15th  day  of  the  following 
month,  and  Biu-eau  of  the  Census  Form 
BM-2  for  each  calendar  quarter  on  or 
before  the  15th  day  of  the  second  month 
following  such  calendar  quarter.  Noth- 
ing contained  herein  sha^'  be  construed 
as  requiring  any  person  to  file  more  than 
one  Form  BM-1  in  any  month,  nor  more 
than  one  Form  BM-2  in  any  calendar 
quarter,  except  that  a  separate  report 
shall  be  filed  for  each  plant  in  which 
such  person  uses  distilled  red  oil. 

(4)  The  Director  shall  be  entitled  to 
obtain  such  information  from  and  re- 
quired such  reports  and  the  keeping  of 
such  records  by,  any  person,  as  may  be 
necessary  or  appropriate,  in  his  discre- 
tion to  the  enforcement  or  administra- 
tion of  the  provisions  of  this  order. 

(5)  Every  person  subject  to  this  order 
shall,  for  at  least  two  years,  or  for  such 
other  period  of  time  as  the  Director  may 
designate,  maintain  an  accurate  record 
of  his  production  of  and  transactions  in 
distilled  red  oil. 

(j)  Existing  contracts.  The  restric- 
tions of  this  order  shall  be  observed  with- 
out regard  to  existing  contracts  or  any 
rights  accrued  or  payments  made  there- 
under. 

(k)  Audits  and  inspections.  The  Di- 
rector shall  be  entitled  to  make  such  au- 
dits Or  inspections  of  the  books,  records 
and  other  writings,  premises,  or  stocks 
of  distilled  red  oil  of  any  laerson,  and  to 
make  such  investigations  as  may  be  nec- 
essary or  appropriate,  in  his  discretion, 
to  the  enforcement  or  administration  of 
the  provisions  of  this  order. 

(1)  Petition  for  relief  from  hardship. 
Any  person  affected  by  this  order  who 
considers  that  compliance  herewith 
would  work  an  exceptional  or  unreason- 
able hardship  on  him  may  file  a  petition 
for  relief  with  the  Order  Administrator. 
Petitions  shall  be  in  writing  and  shall  set 
forth  all  pertinent  facts  and  the  nattu-e 
of  the  relief  sought.  The  Order  Adminis- 
trator may  take  any  action  with  ref- 
erence to  such  petition  which  is  consist- 
ent with  the  authority  delegated  to  him 
by  the  Director.     If  the  petitioner  is 


dissatisfied  with  the  action  taken  by  the 
Order  Administrator,  he  may,  by  re- 
quest addressed  to  the  Order  Adminis- 
trator, obtain  a  review  of  such  action  by 
the  Director.  After  said  review,  the  Di- 
rector may  take  such  action  as  he  deems 
appropriate,  which  action  shall  be  final. 

(m)  Violations.  Any  person  who  vio- 
lates any  provision  of  this  order  may, 
in  accordance  with  the  applicable  pro- 
cedure, be  prohibited  from  receiving, 
making  any  deliveries  of,  or  using  dis- 
tilled red  oil.  Any  person  who  wilfully 
violates  any  provision  of  this  order  is 
guilty  of  a  crime  and  may  be  pro.sec«ted 
under  any  and  all  applicable  laws.  Civil 
action  may  also  be  instituted  to  enforce 
any  liability  or  duty  created  by.  or  to 
enjoin  any  violation  of,  a  provision  of 
this  order. 

(n)  Delegation  of  authority.  The  ad- 
ministration of  this  order  and  the  powers 
vested  in  the  War  Food  Administrator, 
insofar  as  such  powers  relate  to  the  ad- 
ministration of  this  order,  are  hereby 
delegated  to  the  Director.  The  Director 
is  authorized  to  redelegate  to  any  em- 
ployee of  the  United  States  Department 
of  Agriculture  any  or  all  of  the  authority 
vested  in  him  by  this  order. 

(o)  Communications.  All  reports  re- 
quired to  be  filed  hereunder  and  all  com- 
munications concerning  this  order  shall, 
unless  otherwise  provided,  be  addressed 
to  the  Order  Administrator,  War  Pood 
Order  No.  53,  Fats  and  Oils  Branch,  Oflflce 
of  Marketing  Services,  War  Food  Ad- 
ministration, Washington  25,  D.  C. 

(p>  Territorial  scope.  This  order  shall 
apply  within  the  48  States  and  the  Dis- 
trict of  Columbia. 

(q)  Effective  date.  This  order  shall 
become  effective  at  12:01  a.  m..  e.  w.  t., 
April  1, 1945.  With  respect  to  violations, 
rights  accrued,  liabilities  incurred,  or  ap- 
peals taken,  prior  to  said  date,  under 
War  Food  Order  No.  53.  as  amended,  all 
provisions  of  said  order  shall  be  deemed 
to  remain  in  full  force  for  the  purpose  of 
sustaining  any  proper  suit,  action,  or 
other  proceeding  with  respect  to  any 
such  violation,  right,  liability,  or  appeal. 

Note:  AH  reporting  and  record-keeping 
requlrement«  of  this  order  have  been  ap- 
proved by,  and  all  subsequent  reporting  and 
record-keeping  requirements  will  be  subject 
to  the  approval  of,  the  Bureau  of  the  Budget 
In  accordance  with  the  Federal  Reports  Act 
of  1942. 

(E.O.  9280,  7  F.R.  10179;  E.O.  9322,  8 
F.R.  3807;  E.O.  9334,  8  F.R.  5423;  8  FJl. 
9392,  8  F.R.  14783) 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

Wilson  Co  wen, 

Assistant  War  Food  Administrator. 

[F,    R.    Doc.    45-5234:    Filed,    Mar.    31,    1943: 
4:54  p.  m.] 


[WPO  1281 

Part  1460 — Pats  and  Oils 
inventories  ot  animal  oil  and  neat's - 

FOOT   OIL 

The  fulfillment  of  requirements  for  the 
defense  of  the  United  States  has  resulted 
in  a  shortage  In  the  supply  of  animal 
oil  and  neat's-foot  oil  for  defense,  for 
private  account,  and  for  export,  and  the 


following  order  is  deemed  necessary  and 
appropriate  in  the  public  interest  and  to 
promote  the  national  defense: 

§  1460.43  Restrictions  on  animal  oil 
and  neat's-foot  oil — <a)  Definitions.  <l) 
"Animal  oil '  means  oil  pressed  or  other- 
wise separated  from  animal  tallow  or 
grease,  including  grease  or  lard  oil,  tal- 
low oil,  and  oil  obtained  from  the  feet 
of  swine,  commonly  known  as  pig's-foot 
oil.  The  term  "animal  oil"  shall  not  in- 
clude (i)  neat's-foot  oil,  (iit  any  edible 
oil  which  has  been  inspected  and  mariced 
"Inspected  and  Passed  '  pursuant  to  the 
act  of  March  4.  1907  (35  Stat.  1260.  1261; 
21  U.S.C.  1940  ed.  71  et  seq.),  nor  (iii) 
the  higher  titer  residue,  commonly 
known  as  stearine,  obtained  from  a 
pressing  operation  in  the  production  of 
animal  oil. 

(2)  "Neat's-foot  oil"  means  any  oil  ob- 
tained by  any  process  which  includes 
rendering  of  the  feet  or  shin  bones  of 
cattle,  regardless  of  whether  such  proc- 
ess includes  a  pressing  operation. 

(3  )  "Producer"  means  any  person  who 
produces  animal  oil  or  neat's-foot  oil. 

•  4)  "Distributor"  means  any  person 
who  acquires  animal  oil  or  neat's-foot 
oil  for  resale. 

(5)  "User"  means  any  person  who  uses 
animal  oil  or  neat's-foot  oil  in  the  manu- 
facture of  any  other  product,  regardless 
of  whether  animal  oil  or  neat's-foot  oil 
is  incorporated  into  such  other  product. 

(6)  "Inventory"  means  the  total 
quantity  of  animal  oil  or  neat's-foot  oil, 
as  the  case  may  be,  owned  by  any  person, 
wherever  located. 

(7)  "Current  rate  of  consumption."  as 
determined  on  any  particular  date, 
means  the  amount  of  animal  oil  or 
neat's-foot  oil,  as  the  case  may  be,  used 
during  the  30-day  period  immediately 
prior  to  such  date,  or  the  amount  thereof 
scheduled  for  use  during  ihe  30-day 
period  immediately  following  such  date. 

(8)  '•Maximtmi  tmit"  means  the  larg- 
est single,  segregate,  commercial  quan- 
tity of  animal  oil  or  neat's-foot  oil.  as 
the  case  may  be.  shipped  to  and  accepted 
by  any  person  during  the  calendar  year 
1944. 

(9)  "Person"  means  any  individual, 
partnership,  association,  business  trust. 
corporation,  or  any  organized  group  of 
persons  whether  incorporated  or  not. 

(10)  "Director"  means  the  Director  of 
Marketing  Services.  War  Food  Adminis- 
tration. 

(b)  Animal  oil  inventories.  Except 
as  hereinafter  provided: 

(1)  No  user  shall  accept  delivery  of 
Euiimal  oil  in  any  quantity  which  will 
cause  his  inventory  to  exceed  a  60-day 
supply  based  upon  his  current  rate  of 
consumption,  or  60,000  pounds,  which- 
ever is  the  greater. 

(2)  No  distributor  shall  accept  delivery 
of  animal  oil  in  any  quantity  which  will 
cause  his  inventory  to  exceed  one -third 
of  his  deliveries  during  the  last  6  months 
of  the  calendar  year  1944. 

(c)  Neat's-foot  oil  inventories.  Ex- 
cept as  hereinafter  provided: 

(1)  No  user  shall  accept  delivery  of 
neat's-foot  oil  in  any  quantity  which  will 
cause  his  inventory  to  exceed  a  60-day 
supply  based  upon  his  current  rate  of 


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consumption,  or  30.000  pounds,  which- 
ever is  the  greater. 

(2»  No  distributor  shall  accept  delivery 
of  neat's-foot  oil  In  any  quantity  which 
will  cause  his  inventory  to  exceed  one- 
third  of  his  deliveries  during  the  last  6 
months  of  the  calendar  year  1944. 

'di  Inventory  exemption;  Maximum 
units.  Any  user  or  distributor  whose  in- 
ventory does  not  exceed  two-thirds  of 
the  quantity  which  he  is  permitted  to 
liave  under  the  applicable  provision  of 
paragraph  (b)  or  to  of  this  order  may 
accept  delivery  of  more  than  one  maxi- 
mum unit  of  animal  oil  or  neat's-foot 
oil,  as  the  ca.se  may  be:  Provided,  That 
such  acceptance  shall  not  cause  his  in- 
ventory of  oil  of  the  type  so  received  to 
(xceed  twice  the  quantity  which  he  is 
permitted  to  have  under  the  applicable 
provision  of  paraijraph  'b»  or  "c". 

<e)  Transfers  between  branches  or  de- 
partments. The  transfer  of  animal  or 
neat's-foot  oils  between  units,  depart- 
ments, branches,  plants,  or  companies 
owned,  controlled,  or  directed  by  the 
same  per.son  but  engaged  in  separate  ac- 
tivities as  producers,  distributors,  or 
u.sers  shall  constitute  delivery  or  accept- 
ance of  delivery  within  the  meaning  of 
this  order. 

(f)  Records  and  reports,  d'  Every 
producer  shall,  within  15  days  after  the 
end  of  each  calendar  month,  execute  and 
mail  to  the  Order  Administrator  one  copy 
of  form  FDA  476.  showing  his  actual  and 
estimated  production,  deliveries  and 
stocks  of  animal  oil  and  neat's-foot  oil. 

<2'  The  director  shall  be  entitled  to 
obtain  such  inTormation  from  and  re- 
quire such  reports  and  the  keeping  of 
such  records  by,  any  person,  as  may  be 
nece.^sary  or  appropriate,  in  his  discre- 
tion, to  the  enforcement  or  the  admin- 
istration of  the  provisions  of  this  order. 

<3>  Every  person  subject  to  this  order 
shall,  for  at  lea.^t  two  years  or  for  such 
other  period  of  time  as  the  director  may 
designate,  maintain  an  accurate  record 
of  his  tran.-actions  in  animal  oil  and 
neat's-foot  oil.  • 

igi  Existing  contracts.  The  restric- 
tion.s  of  this  order  shall  be  observed  with- 
out regard  to  existing  contracts  or  any 
rights  accrued  or  payments  made  there- 
under. 

(ii)  Audits  and  inspections.  The  di- 
rector .^hall  be  entitled  to  make  .such 
audits  or  inspections  of  the  books,  records 
and  other  writings,  premises,  or  stocks 
of  animal  oil  or  neat's-foot  oil  of  any 
person,  and  to  make  sucli  investigations 
as  m!;y  be  necessary  or  appropriate,  in  his 
discretion,  to  the  enforcement  or  admin- 
istration of  the  provisions  of  this  order. 

(i)  Petition  fur  relief  from  hardship. 
Any  person  affected  by  this  order  who 
considers  that  compliance  herewith 
would  work  an  exceptional  or  unreason- 
able hardship  on  him  may  file  a  petition 
for  relief  with  the  Order  Administrator. 
Petitions  shall  be  in  writing  and  shall  set 
forth  all  pertinent  facts  and  the  nature 
of  the  relief  sought.  The  Order  Admin- 
istrator may  take  any  action  with  refer- 
ence to  such  petition  which  is  consistent 
with  the  authority  delegated  to  him  by 
the  director.  If  the  petitioner  is  dissatis- 
fied with  the  action  taken  by  the  Order 
Administrator,  he  may,  by  request  ad- 
dressed to  the  Order  Administrator,  ob- 


tain a  review  of  such  action  by  the  direc- 
tor. After  said  review,  the  director  may 
take  such  action  as  he  deems  appropriate, 
which  action  shall  be  final. 

(J)  Violations.  Any  person  who  vio- 
lates any  provision  of  this  order  may,  in 
accordance  with  the  applicable  proce- 
dure, be  prohibited  from  receiving,  mak- 
ing any  deliveries  of.  or  using  animal  oil 
or  neat's-foot  oil.  Any  person  who  wil- 
fully violates  any  provision  of  this  order 
is  guilty  of  a  crime  and  may  be  prose- 
cuted under  any  and  all  applicable  laws. 
Civil  action  may  also  be  instituted  to 
enforce  any  liability  or  duty  created  by. 
or  to  enjoin  any  violation  of.  any  pro- 
vision of  this  order. 

(k)  Delegation  of  authority.  The  Ad- 
ministration of  this  order  and  the  pow- 
ers vested  in  the  War  Food  Administra- 
tor, insofar  as  such  powers  relate  to  the 
administration  of  this  order,  are  hereby 
delegated  to  the  director.  The  director 
is  authorized  to  redelcgate  to  any  em- 
ployee of  the  United  States  Department 
of  Agriculture  any  or  all  of  tha authority 
vested  in  him  by  this  order. 

(1)  Communications.  All  reports  re- 
quired to  be  filed  hereunder  and  all 
communications  concerning  this  order 
shall,  unless  otherwise  provided,  be  ad- 
dressed to  the  Order  Administrator,  War 
Food  Order  No.  128,  Fats  and  Oils 
Branch.  Ofllce  of  Marketing  Services. 
War  Food  Administration,  Washington 
25,  D.  C. 

(m)  Territorial  scope.  This  order 
shall  apply  within  the  48  States  and  the 
District  of  Columbia. 

(n»  Effective  date.  This  order  shall 
become  effective  at  12:01  a.  m..  e.  w.  t. 
April  1,  1945. 

Note:  All  reporting  unci  record-keeping  re- 
quirements of  tills  order  iiave  been  approved 
by,  and  all  subsequent  reporting  and  record- 
keeping requirements  will  be  .■■ubject  to  the 
approval  of.  the  Bureau  of  the  Budget  In 
accordance  with  the  Federal  Reports  Act  of 
1942. 

(E  O  9280  7  F  R.  10179:  E.O.  9322.  8  F.R. 
3807:  E.O.  9334,  8  F  R.  5423:   E.O.  9392. 
8  F.R.  14783) 
Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

Wilson  Cowen. 
Assistant  War  Food  Administrator. 

|F     R     Doc.    45  5235;    Filed.    Mar.    31.    1945; 
4:54  p.   ni  ] 


IWFO  2,  Amdt.  5) 

P.^RT  1401 — D.MRY  Products 

REQUIREMENTS  FOR  PRODUCERS  AND  AUTHO«- 
IZED  RECEIVERS  TO  SET  ASIDE   BUTTER 

War  Food  Order  No.  2,  as  amended 
(8  PR.  253,  5696.  9  F.R.  3623.  4321.  4319, 
9584.  10  F.R.  103),  is  further  amended 
to  read  as  follows; 

§  1401.11  Butter  required  to  be  set 
aside— <&)  Definitions.  When  used  in 
this  order,  unless  otherwise  distinctly  ex- 
pressed or  manifestly  incompatible  with 
the  intent  hereof: 

(1)  "Butter"  means  the  food  product 
usually  known  as  butter  and  which  is 
made  exclusively  from  milk  or  cream,  or 
both,  with  or  without  common  salt,  and 
with  or  without  additional  coloring  mat- 
ter, and  containing  not  less  than  80  per- 


cent by  weight  of  milk  fat.  all  tolerances 
having  been  allowed.  Unless  otherwise 
specified  by  the  Director,  it  shall  Include 
butter  made  from  milk  or  cream  contain- 
ing whey  cream  and  shall  exclude  butter 
made  entirely  from  whey  creafn. 

(2)  "U.  S.  90  score"  and  "U.  S.  89 
score."  respectively,  mean  U.  S.  Grade  B. 
or  90  score,  butter,  and  U.  S.  Grade  C, 
or  89  score,  butter,  respectively,  deter- 
mined in  accordance  with  the  OfBcial 
United  States  Standards  for  Grades  of 
Creamery  Butter,  issued  by  the  Secretary 
of  Agriculture  on  January  30,  1943  <8 
F.R.  1327». 

(3)  "Person"  means  any  Individual, 
partnership,  corporation,  association,  or 
any  other  business  entity  or  organized 
group  of  persons,  whether  incorporated 
or  not. 

(4»  "Authorized  receiver"  means  any 
person  who  holds  a  letter  of  authority, 
i.ssued  to  him  by  the  Director,  to  receive 
butter  set  aside  pursuant  to  the  provi- 
sions hereof. 

•  5)  "Set  aside"  means  to  set  aside  and 
hold  for  sale  and  delivery  to  any  desig- 
nated agency. 

*6>  "Designated  agency"  means  (i) 
the  War  Pood  Administration,  includ- 
ing, but  not  limited  to.  any  corporate 
agency  thereof;  tii)  Dairy  Products 
Marketing  A.ssociation,  Inc.:  <iii)  the 
Armed  Services  of  the  United  States  (ex- 
cluding, for  the  purposes  of  this  order, 
the  United  States  Army  po.st  exchanges, 
the  United  States  Navy  ship  service  de- 
partments, and  the  United  States  Marine 
Corps  post  exchanges);  <iv)  War  Ship- 
ping Administration;  (v)  'Veterans'  Ad- 
ministrat'on;  'vi)  any  other  agencies  de- 
signated by  the  Director:  and  (vli)  any 
person  who.  pursuant  to  a  war  food  order, 
is  entitled  to  purchase  butter  subject  to 
this  order. 

(7)  "Armed  Services  of  the  United 
States"  means  the  Army,  the  Navy,  the 
Marine  Corps,  and  the  Coast  Guard  of 
the  United  States. 

(8>  "Producer"  means  a  person  who 
produces  butter  subject  to  the  provisions 
of  this  order. 

(9)  "Ehrector"  means  the  Director  of 
Marketing  Services.  War  Food  Adminis- 
tration. 

(b)  Restrictions  on  producers  and 
authorized  receivers  of  butter.  (1)  Each 
person  who  produced  more  than  12.000 
pounds  of  butter  in  any  calendar  month 
from  April  1944  to  March  1945,  Inclusive, 
shall  set  aside  in  April  1945.  and  in  each 
subsequent  calendar  month,  a  quantity 
of  butter  equal  to  .such  percentage  as  th^ 
Director  may  order  of  all  butter,  pro- 
duced by  such  person  during  each  such 
calendar  month,  regardless  of  the  quan- 
tity of  butter  produced  by  him  during  or 
after  April  1945. 

(2>  Each  per.son  who  did  not  produce 
more  than  12.000  pounds  of  butter  in  any 
calendar  month  from  April  1944  to 
March  1945,  Inclusive,  but  who  produces 
more  than  12,000  pounds  of  butter  In 
April  1945  or  in  any  subsequent  calendar 
month  shall,  during  each  calendar 
month  thereafter,  set  aside  a  quantity 
of  butter  equal  to  such  percentage  as  the 
Director  may  order  of  all  butter  pro- 
duced by  such  person  during  each  such 
subsequent  calendar  month,  regardless 
of  the  quantity  of  butter  produced  by 


",^aucUon\e"oro  "he  "oTZ  Swner  butter  P«k«ed  other  than  «  sjjofled 

from  whom  he  purchased  the  creamery  ^^rem;  or  authorized  re- 
was  obUgated  to  report  and  set  aside  but-  ui )  The  producer  ^arranged  with  a 
ter.  or  (ii)  such  purchaser  is  required  reiver  has  Pre^^o^^y  «  ^^^.^,^^ 
by  other  provisions  hereof  to  report  and  ^^^^^^-J^'^^gency  msalted  butter,  butter 
set  aside  butter.                              .„.,^„,  below  U    S.  90  score,  or  butter  pack- 

(4>  Notwithsunding  the  restr  cuon  ^^^l.ther  than  as  specified  herein,  or 
in  paragraphs  (b)  (1) .  (2) ,  and  (J  >  nere  ^^^  producer  manifests  by  butter 
of.  any  person  required  by  the  Provisions  certificates  issued  by  the  Office 
of  such  paragraphs  to  set  aside  butter  »  Marketing  Services,  War  Pood  Admin- 
may,  at  his  option,  sell  and  deliver  all  or  ^'^l^^^'  ^^  ^  ^^her  written  evidence 
part  of  the  butter  set  aside  pursuant  to  '/^'j^J^°'J;,ry  to  the  Director,  that  the 
the  provisions  hereof  to  any  authorized  ^^'^'^""^^  ^°  g  qq  score,  and  better, 
receiver  who  ^^''•^f\^°  f  ^^ff^f '  "^^JJ  produced  by  such  producer  in  the  calen- 
receipt  o^  such  s^^-a^i'^^,,^^^^  ?^'  ""^  °^  dar  month  in  which  such  butter  is  re- 
butter owned  by  him.  a  quantity  of  but-  .    j^^^  ^^^^^  ^vie 

ter  equal  to  the  quantity  of  such  set-aside  J^'J^^^^^.^^i^ed  to  be  set  aside  by  such 
butter  so  sold  and  delivered  to  him  and  f^^  J  j^^.j,  ^^^^^  in  ^tiich  event 
such  authorized  receiver  shall  so  set  J*  o^ucer  shall  set  aside  all  of  the 
aside  such  quantity  of  such  butter.  An  ^  ^^^^  ^^^  better,  produced  by 
authorized  receiver  may  sell  and  deliver  j,  '.  ^  j^onth  and  an  additional 
set-aside  butter  to  another  authorized  t"';'^^^^  of  U  S  89  score  produced  by 
receiver  who  agrees  to  set  aside,  upon  re-  h  .^  ^^^^  month  to  the  extent  neees- 
ceipt  of  such  set-aside  butter  out  of  ^^  ^^^^j  ^^^  producer's  total  set- 
butter  owned  by  him  and  in  addition  to  requirements  under  the  provisions 
all  other  butter  required  to  be  set  aside  j.  pyo^ided.  That  if  a  producer  does 
by  him.  a  quantity  of  butter  equal  to  the  ^  produce,  during  such  month,  an  ad- 
quantity  of  set-aside  butter  so  sold  and  "^.^^  quantity,  as  aforesaid,  of  U.  S. 
delivered  to  him.  Each  person  who  sells  J'g'score  sufficient  to  fulfill  such  pro- 
and  delivers  set-aside  butter  to  an  au-  ^  .  ^otal  set-aside  requirements,  as 
thorlzed  receiver  shall  deliver,  with  each  °"^  j^j  ^e  shall  set  aside  all  of  the 
such  delivery,  a  certificate,  in  duphcate,  JiV gg  score  and  better,  so  produced  by 
in  substantially  the  following  language  ^.^  •  ^^^  thereupon  he  shall  be  deemed  to 
(with  the  appropriate  information  m-  ^^^^  fulfilled  the  set-aside  requirements, 
serted  In  the  blank  spaces)  .  ^  aforesaid.     Any  authorized  receiver 

"Thi«  IB  to  certify  that  of  the pounds  ^.^^^  purchases  and  accepts  delivery  of 

of  butter  Bold  and  delivered  by  me  on butter  set  aside  In  accordance  with 

pounds  are  butter  set  aside  pursuant  ^                     paragraph   shall   set   aside. 

you  are  required,  pursuant  to  the  provisions  quantity  of  butter  w^';|^/^f  ^'^"^^f  "i 

of  said  order,  as  amended,  to  set  aside,  upon  at  ieast.  the  same  number  of  pounds  or 

receipt  of  such  set-aside  butter,  out  of  butter  u.  S.  90  score,  or  better,  as  that  Of  U.  ». 

owned  by  you,  a  quantity  of  butter  equal  to  qq  gcore,  and  better,  contained   in  the 

the  aforesaid  quantity  of  set-aside  butter.  quantity  of  butter  so  accepted  by  him. 

The  balance  of pounds  is  butter  free  ^^^  ^^^  remainder,  if  any,  thus  set  aside 

from     the     restrictions    of    said    order,     as  ^^^^^  be  U  S  89  SCOre.    The  Director  may 

J""'"^"*^-                                  en  authorized  require  any  person  who  is  required  to  set 

^  —-(am') (am'not)'""  afiide  butter  pursuant  to  the  provisions 

receiver  hereof  to  submit  butter  grading  certifi- 

cates  issued  by  the  Office  of  Marketing 

Name              Location         Signature  ggj-vices  or  Other  evidences  satisfactory  to 

'•This  wui  acknowledge  receipt  of  the  above  the  Director  relative  to  the  grade  of  all 

indicated  quantity  of  set-aside  butter.  butter  produced  cx  Owned  by  such  person. 

(Q)  All  butter  set  aside  pui-suant  to  the 

Name              Location         Signature  provisions  hereof  shall  be  stored  under 

The   aforesaid  certificate,  in  duplicate.  the  same  conditiorvs  o^  storage  cv^to- 

shall  be  signed  (i)  by  the  person  selling  marily  observed  to  maintain  the  quality 

and  delivering  set-aside  butter,  and  (h)  of  butter. 

by    the    authorized    receiver    accepting  (7)  No  person  may  serve  as  an  author - 
such  set-aside  butter;  and  such  author-  ized  receiver  unless  he  has  received  from 
ized  receiver  shall  retain,  for  two  years,  the  Director  a  letter  of  authority  to  serve 
one  copy  of  such  certificate  and  return  as  an  authorized   receiver.     Any  such 
the  other  to  the  person  who  sold  and  letter  of  authority  issued  to  become  ef- 
delivered  such  set-aside  butter.  fective  prior  to  April  1.  1945.  shall  not 
(5)    All  butter  set  aside  pursuant  to  entitle  the  person  to  whom  it  was  issued 
the  provisions  hereof  shall  be  salted  and  to  serve  as  an  authorized  receiver  on  or 
shaU  be  U.  S.  90  score,  or  better,  and  shall  after  April  1,  1945.    Any  person  who  de- 
be  packed  as  bulk  in  domestic  packages,  sires  to  serve  as  an  authorized  receiver 
unless  on  or  after  April  1.  1945.  shall  file  with 
(1)  Otherwise  specified  by  the  Dlrec-  the  Director  an  application  upon  a  forjii 
(1)  otherwise  specmeu  uy  appro\-d  bv  the  Director  setting  xorth 
tor;  or  itppiu»-u     . 


information  requested  in  said  form   of 
apphcation.     Thereupon,   the   Director 
shall  consider  such  application  and  issue 
a  letter  of  authority  if.  in  the  opinion  of 
the  Director,  the  issuance  of  such  letter 
of  authority  is  necessary  or  appropria'e 
In  the  pubUc  interest  and  to  promote  the 
national  defense.    Any  letter  of  author- 
ity, issued  as  aforesaid,  may  be  revoked 
at  any  time  by  the  Director  and  all  let- 
ters of  authority  issued  to  become  eff fec- 
tive on  or  after  April  1,  1945.  shall  expire 
on  March  31.  1946.  or  on  such  other  date 
as  the  Director  may  specify  by  order.    No 
person  shall  represent  himself  to  be  an 
authorized   receiver  unless   he  holds   a 
letter  of  authoiity  issued  by  the  Director 
pursuant  hereto.    No  person  other  than 
an  authorized  receiver  shall  purcha.sr. 
receive,  or  deal  in  butter  set  aside  pursu- 
ant to  the  provisions  hereof:   Provided. 
That  any  set-aside  obligations  incum- 
bent on  any  person  with  respect  to  buttei 
acquired  or  butter  produced  by  him  on 
or  prior  to  March  31.  1945.  shall  continue 
subsequent  to  March  31.  1945.* 

(c)  Inventory  restrictions.  d)  No 
authorized  receiver  shall,  during  any  cal- 
endar month,  unless  authorized  in  writ- 
ing by  the  Director,  buy,  or  contract  to 
buy,  and  accept  delivery  of  any  quantity 
of  set-aside  butter  which  will  cause  the 
total  quantity  of  set -aside  butter  owned 
by  such  authorized  receiver  on  the  last 
day  of  such  calendar  month  to  exceed 
an  amount  equal  to  the  total  quantity  of 
butter  required  to  be  set  aside  by  such 
authorized  receiver  during  such  calendar 
month  and  the  immediately  preceding 
calendar  month. 

(2)  Each  producer  and  each  author- 
ized receiver,  respectively,  shall  retain  in 
his  possession  at  all  times  a  quantity  of 
set-aside  butter  which  is  equal  to  the 
total  quantity  of  butter  required  to  be 
set  aside  by  each  such  person  minus  the 
quantity  of  set-aside  butter  u)  sold  and 
delivered  by  each  such  person  to  author- 
ized receivers  or  designated  agencies,  and 
(il)  released  from  the  set-aside  provi- 
sions hereof. 

(d)  Releases  by  Director.  The  Direc- 
tor may  release  any  butter  from  the  re- 
strictions of  this  order  if  he  determines 
that  no  designated  agency  has  contracted 
for.  or  declared  its  intention  or  desire  to 
coritract  for,  such  butler  within  such  pe- 
riod as  may  be  specified  by  the  Director, 
or  that  such  butter  is  not  required  for 
such  agencies.  The  Director  may  issue 
such  administrative  rulings,  regulations, 
interpretations,  and  exemptions,  as  he 
deems  necessary  to  facilitate,  expedite, 
and    accomplish   the   purposes   of    this 

order. 

(e)  Existino*  contracts.  The  provi- 
sions of  this  order  and  ol  any  regulatun 
or  order  issued  in  pursuance  hereof  shall 
be  observed  without  regard  to  contracts 
heretofore  or  hereafter  entered  into  or 
any  rights  accrued  or  paj-ments  made 
thereunder.  This  order  shall  not.  how- 
ever be  construed  as  reducing  the 
amount  of  butter  which  any  person  is 
required  to  offer  or  deliver,  under  exist- 
ing contracts  or  contracts  subsequently 
entered  into  with  any  designated  agency, 
to  any  such  agency. 

(fi  Records  and  reports.  (1»  The 
Director  shall  be  entitled  to  obtain  such 
ir-'rmation  from,  and  require  such  re- 


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ports  and  the  keeping  of  such  records 
by  any  person,  as  may  be  necessary  or 
appropriate,  in  the  discretion  of  the  Di- 
rector, for  the  enforcement  or  admin- 
istration of  the  provisions  of  this  order, 
subject  to  the  approval  of  the  Bureau 
of  the  Budget  In  accordance  with  the 
Federal  Reports  Act  of  1942. 

(2)  Every  person  subject  to  this  order 
shall,  for  at  least  two  years  <or  for  such 
other  period  of  time  as  the  Director  may 
designate  I.  maintain  an  accurate  record 
of  his  transactions  in  butter. 

(g)  Audits  and  inspections.  The  Di- 
rector shall  be  entitled  to  make  such 
audit  or  inspection  of  the  books,  records, 
and  other  writings,  premises  or  stocks  of 
butter  of  any  person  and  to  make  such 
investigations  as  may  be  necessary  or 
appropriate,  in  the  discretion  of  the  Di- 
rector, for  the  enforcement  or  adminis- 
tration of  the  provisions  of  this  order. 

(hi  Petition  for  relief  from  hardship. 
Any  person  affected  by  this  order  who 
considcas  that  compliance  herewith 
would  work  an  exceptional  or  unreason- 
able hardship  on  lum  may  file  a  peti- 
tion for  relief  with  the  Order  Admin- 
istrator. Such  petition  shall  be  ad- 
dressed to  Order  Administrator,  War 
Food  Order  No.  2,  Dairy  and  Poultry 
Branch.  Office  of  Marketing  Services. 
War  Food  Administration.  Washington 
25,  D.  C  Petition  for  such  relief  shall 
be  in  writing  and  shall  set  forth  all 
pertinent  facts  and  the  nature  of  the 
relief  sought.  The  Order  Administra- 
tor may  take  any  action  with  reference 
to  such  petition  which  is  consistent  with 
the  authority  delegated  to  him  by  the 
Director.  If  the  petitioner  is  dissatisfied 
with  the  action  taken  by  the  Order  Ad- 
ministrator on  the  petition,  he  shall  ob- 
tain, by  requesting  the  Order  Adminis- 
trator therefor,  a  review  of  such  action 
by  the  Director.  The  Director  may, 
after  said  review,  take  such  action  as  he 
deems  appropriate,  and  such  action 
shall  be  final.  The  provisions  of  this 
paraKraph  <  h  >  shall  not  be  construed  to 
deprive  the  Director  of  authority  to  con- 
sider originally  any  petition  for  relief 
from  hardship  submitted  In  accordance 
herewith.  The  Director  may  consider 
any  such  petition  and  take  such  action 
with  reference  thereto  that  he  deems 
appropriate,  and  such  action  shall  be 
final. 

1 1 1  Violations.  Any  person  who  vio- 
lates any  provision  of  this  order  may.  in 
accordance  with  the  applicable  proce- 
dure, be  prohibited  from  receiving,  mak- 
ini;  any  deliveries  of,  or  using  butter.  In 
addition,  any  person  whe  wilfully  violates 
any  provision  of  thi.s  order  is  guilty  of  a 
crime  and  may  be  prosecuted  under  any 
and  all  applicable  laws.  Further,  civil 
action  may  be  instituted  to  enforce  any 
liability  or  duty  created  by.  or  to  enjoin 
any  violation  of,  any  provision  of  this 
order. 

(j>  Delccjation  of  authority.  The  ad- 
ministration of  this  order  and  the  powers 
vested  in  the  War  Food  Administrator, 
Insofar  as  such  powers  relate  to  the  ad- 
ministration of  this  order,  are  hereby 
delegated  to  the  Director.    The  Director 


Is  authorized  to  redelegate  to  any  em- 
ployee of  the  United  States  Department 
of  Agriculture  any  or  all  of  the  authority 
vested  in  him  by  this  order. 

(k)  Communications.  All  reports  to 
be  filed  hereunder  and  all  communica- 
tions concerning  this  order  shall,  except 
as  provided  herein  or  unless  Instructions 
to  the  contrary  are  Issued  by  the  Direc- 
tor, be  addressed  to  the  Order  Adminis- 
trator. War  Pood  Order  No.  2,  Dairy  and 
Poultry  Bn-.nch,  Office  of  Marketing 
Services,  War  Food  Administration, 
Washington  25.  D.  C 

(1)  Territorial  scope.  This  order  shall 
apply  only  In  the  area  included  in  the  48 
States  of  the  United  States  and  the  Dis- 
trict of  Columbia. 

(m)  Provisio7is  of  certain  previous 
orders  not  affected.  The  provisions 
hereof  shall  not  be  considered  a&  re- 
scinding or  modifying  the  provisions  of 
any  order  heretofore  issued  pursuant 
to  War  Pood  Order  No.  2,  or  War  Food 
Order  No.  2,  as  amended. 

(n)  Effective  date.  This  order  shall  be- 
come effective  at  12:01  a.  m.,  e.  w.  t., 
April  1,  1945.  With  respect  to  violation.^, 
rights  accrued,  liabilities  Incurred,  or 
appeals  taken  under  said  War  Food 
Order  No.  2.  as  amended,  prior  to  the 
effective  time  of  the  provisions  hereof, 
all  provisions  of  War  Food  Order  No.  2, 
as  amended,  in  effect  prior  to  the  Is- 
suance of  this  order  shall  be  deemed  to 
continue  In  full  force  and  effect  for 
the  purpose  of  su.staining  any  proper 
suit,  action,  or  other  proceeding  with 
respect  to  any  such  violation,  right, 
liability,  or  appeal. 

Notk:  The  record-keeping  requirements  of 
this  order  have  been  approved  by.  and  all 
subsequent  record-keeping  and  reportlns; 
requirements  will  be  subject  to  the  approval 
of,  the  Bureau  of  the  Budget  In  accordance 
with  the  Federal  Reports  Act  of  1942 

(E  O.  9280.  7  F.R.  10179;  E.O.  9322.  8  PR. 
3807;  E.O.  9334,  8  F.R.  5423;  E.O.  9392, 
8  PR.  14783) 
Issued  this  30th  day  of  March  1946. 

M.'^RVIN  JONKS, 

War  Food  Administrator. 

I  P.   R     Doc.    4S-5150;    Piled.    Mar.    30.    1945; 
12  18  p.  m  1 


[WPO  79-57.  79-73.  79-74.  79-75,  79  76. 
79-77,  79-84,  and  79  94.  Gen.  Amdt.  81 

Part  1401 — Dairy  Products 

general  amendment  to  certain  war  food 
orders  allocating  milk,  milk  byprod- 
UCTS, AND  CREAM  PURSUANT  TO  WAR  TOOD 
ORDER  NO.  79,  AS^MENDED 

In  the  determination  of  handler  quotas 
for  cream  for  the  quota  period  of  April 
1945  under  War  Pood  Order  No.  79-57, 
as  amended.  War  Pood  Order  No.  79-73. 
as  amended.  War  Pood  Order  No.  79-74, 
as  amended.  War  Food  Order  No.  79-75. 
as  amended,  War  Pood  Order  No.  79-76. 
as  amended.  War  Pood  Order  No.  79-77. 
as  amended,  War  Pood  Order  No.  79-84, 
as  amended,  and  War  Food  Order  No. 
'/B-94.  as  amended,  respectively,  the  ap- 
plicable percentages  for  cream  shall  be 
85  percent  of  cream  and  of  butterfat  In 


cream  (notwithstanding  quotas  hereto- 
fore assigned). 

This  order  shall  become  effective  as 
of  12:01  a.  m.,  e.  w.  t.,  April  1,  1945. 
With  respect  to  violations  of  said  War 
Pood  Order  No.  79,  as  amended,  or  any 
of  the  aforesaid  orders  Issued  by  the 
Director  pursuant  thereto,  rights  ac- 
crued, liabilities  Incurred,  or  appeals 
taken  thereunder,  prior  to  the  effective 
time  of  this  amendment,  all  provisions  of 
said  orders  In  effect  prior  to  the  effec- 
tive time  hereof  shall  continue  In  full 
force  and  effect  for  the  purpose  of  sus- 
taining any  suit,  action,  or  other  proceed- 
ing with  respect  to  any  such  violation, 
right,  liablhty.  or  appeal. 

(E.O.  9280,  7  F.R.  10179;  E.O.  9322.  8  P.R. 
3807;  E.O.  9334.  8  PR.  5423;  E.O.  9392, 

8  P.R.  14783;  WPO  79.  8  F.R.  12428. 13283; 

9  FM.  4321.  4319,  6982.  9459,  10035,11990; 

10  Fit.  103) 

Issued  this  30th  day  of  March  1945. 

C.  W.  Kitchen. 

Director  of  Marketing  Services. 

|F.    R.    Doc.    46  6156;    FUed.    Mar.    30,    1945; 
3.32  p.  m.) 


(WFO  76-3.  Amdt.  21] 

Part  1410 — Livestock  and  Meats 

beef  required  to  be  set  aside 

War  Pood  Order  No.  75-2,  as  amended 
(10  P.  R.  182,  1823.  2955)  Is  further 
amended  by  deleting  paragraph  (c)  and 
substituting  in  lieu  thereof  the  following: 

(c)  Class  1  slaughterers:  utility  grade 
and  cutter  and  canner  beef.  No  Class  1 
slaughterer  shall  deliver  meat  unless  he 
shall  set  aside,  reserve,  and  hold  for  de- 
livery to  governmental  agencies,  contract 
schools,  marine  hospitals,  maritime  acad- 
emies, and  ship  suppliers,  80  percent  of 
the  conversion  weight  of  each  weeks 
production  of  beef  derived  from  steers, 
heifers,  and  cows  graded  "U.  S.  Utility" 
(Grade  C  beef),  and  80  percent  of  the 
conversion  weight  of  each  week's  produc- 
tion of  beef  derived  from  cutter  and  can- 
ner grade  steers,  heifers,  and  cows 
(Grade  D  beef). 

This  amendment  shall  become  effec- 
tive at  12:01  a.  m..  e.  w.  t..  April  1.  1945. 
With  respect  to  violations,  rights  ac- 
crued, liabilities  incurred,  or  appeals 
taken,  prior  to  said  date,  under  War 
Pood  Order  No.  75-2.  as  amended,  all 
provisions  of  said  order  shall  be  deemed 
to  remain  in  full  force  for  the  purpose 
of  sustaining  any  proper  suit,  action,  or 
other  proceeding  with  respect  to  any 
such  violation,  right,  liability,  or  appeal. 

(E.O.  9280,  7  PJl.  10179;  E.O.  9322,  8  PR. 
3807;  E.O.  9334,  8  PR.  5423;  E.O,  9392. 
8  P.R.  14783;  WFO  75,  8  P.R.  11119.  9  F.R. 
4319) 

Issued  this  30th  day  of  March  1945. 

H.  E.  Reed, 
Acting  Director  of 
Marketing  Services. 

|P.   R    Doc.    46-6151;    Filed,   Mar.   SO,    1945; 
12:18  p.  m  ] 


TITLE  16— COMMERCIAL  PRACTICES 
Chapter  I~FederaI  Trade  CommiBsion 

(Docket  No.  4733] 

Pakt  a — ^Digest  or  Cease  and  Desist 
Orders 

vttamin  products  co. 

5  3.6  (a  10)  Advertising  falsely  or  mis- 
leadingly;  comparative  data  or  merits: 
5  3.6  (n)  Advertising  falsely  or  mislead' 
ingly:  nature:  product:  9  3.6  (t)  Ad- 
vertising falsely  or  misleadingly :  quali- 
ties or  properties  of  product  or  service: 
I  3.6  (y  10)  Advertising  falsely  or  mis- 
leadingly; scientific  or  other  relevant 
facts.  In  connection  with  the  offering 
for  sale,  sale  and  distribution  of  the 
preparations  hereinafter  named,  or  any 
preparations  of  substantially  similar 
composition  or  poeeessing  substantially 
similar  properties,  whether  sold  under 
the  same  or  any  other  name,  dissemi- 
nating, etc.,  any  advertisements  by 
means  of  the  United  States  mails,  or  in 
commerce,  or  by  any  means  to  Induce. 
etc..  directly  or  Indirectly,  purchase  In 
commerce,  etc.,  of  any  of  said  prepara- 
tions, which  advertisements  represent, 
directly  or  through  inference,  (a)  that 
respondent's  preparation  "Catalyn". 
when  taken  as  directed,  constitutes  a 
competent  dietary  supplement  for  or 
has  any  therapeutic  value  In  the  treat- 
ment of  any  vitamin  deficiency  disease 
except  such  as  are  due  to  a  deficiency 
of  Vitamins  A  or  D;  (b)  that  respond- 
ent's preparation  "Catalyn"  Is  a  com- 
petent nutritional  or  corrective  treat- 
ment for  the  prevention  or  cure  of 
acidosis,  anemia,  angina  pectoris,  back- 
ward children,  Bright's  disease,  change 
of  life,  chorea,  colds,  constipation,  cysti- 
tis, or  numerous  other  ailments  and 
conditl(Mis.  as  In  order  set  forth,  includ- 
ing heart  trouble,  high  blood  pressure, 
low  blood  pressure,  menopause,  mucous 
colitis,  nervousness,  ovary  and  menstrual 
disorders,  illness  of  pregnancy,  prostate 
gland  disorders,  pyorrhea,  teeth  disor- 
ders, tired  feeling,  diseases  of  tonsils, 
tuberculosis,  etc.;  (c)  that  the  use  of 
respondent's  preparation  "Catalyn"  will 
Insure  vitality  or  health  to  the  user,  or 
that  said  preparation  Is  a  product  of 
Nature:  (d)  that  respondent's  prepara- 
tion "Vitamin  A  Complex"  Is  a  compe- 
tent nutritional  or  corrective  treatment 
for  the  prevention  or  cure  of  retarded 
appetite,  growth,  or  development,  dis- 
turbed dental  or  bone  development,  sus- 
ceptibility to  Infections,  slow  healing  or 
reticuloendothellum  or  epithelium,  eye 
Infection,  including  corneal  ulcers  or  de- 
generation of  eyes.  Infection  of  ear, 
infection  of  genlto-urinary  tract,  ton- 
Eilitis,  pneumonia,  tuberculosis,  diarrhea, 
infection  of  sinus,  difficulty  of  delivery 
of  young,  interference  with  successful 
reprcMluctlon  or  lactation,  pernicious 
anemia,  secondary  anemia,  and  various 
other  ailments  and  conditions,  as  in  or- 
der set  forth,  including  degeneration  of 
the  nervous  system  or  atrophy  of  organs 
or  glands,  including  liver,  testes,  spleen, 
thyroid,  pituitary,  and  salivary;  (e)  that 
resp(Hident'8  preparation  "Vitamin  B 
Complex"  is  a  c(»npetent  nutritional  or 
corrective  treatment  for  the  preveoition 
or  cure  of  suscepUbUity  to  Inf  eotiona  diM 

No. 


to  lowered  resistance,  diabetes  m^dlitus, 
functional  disorders,  including  atrophy 
or  pathological  enlargement  of  adrenals, 
brain,  gonads,  heart,  kidneys,  liver, 
ovaries,  pcuxcreas.  pituitary  gland, 
spleen,  testes,  thymus  and  thyroid 
glands,  tendency  to  functional  gastro- 
intestinal disorders  such  as  ulcers,  indi- 
gestion, tendency  to  muscular  paralysis, 
loss  of  weight  or  vigor,  and  various  ail- 
ments and  conditions,  as  in  order  set 
forth.  Including  disturbances  of  repro- 
ductive cycle,  dental  caries,  predisposi- 
tion to  allergic  conditions,  or  neuritis; 
(f )  that  respondent's  preparation  "Vita- 
min C  Complex"  ts  a  competent  nutri- 
tional or  corrective  treatment  for  the 
prevention  or  cure  of  diseases  of  the 
blood  vessels  or  ci4)illarie5,  diseases  of 
gvmis,  tooth  degeneration,  joint  or  bone 
changes,  mucous  membrane  hemor- 
rhages, destruction  of  bone  marrow, 
tendency  to  epithelial  lesions,  increased 
susceptibility  to  Infections,  retarded 
growth  and  loss  of  weight,  physical 
weakness,  and  various  other  ailments 
and  conditions,  as  in  order  set  forth,  in- 
cluding development  of  arthritic  or 
rheumatic  tendencies,  developmwit  of 
edematous  conditions,  complications  of 
pregnancy,  tendency  to  raise  temp)era- 
ture,  possible  sterility,  lowered  glucose 
tolerance,  cataract,  predisposition  to  al- 
lergic conditions,  or  sprue;  (g)  that 
respondent's  preparation  "Vitamin  D 
Complex"  Is  a  competent  nutritional  or 
corrective  treatment  for  the  prevention 
or  cure  of  defective  mineral  metabolism 
(except  in  cases  of  defective  metabolism 
of  calcium  or  phosphorus  occurring  in 
connection  with  diseases  such  as  rickets 
and  osteomalacia),  decreased  resistance 
to  infection,  especially  tubercular  Infec- 
tion, retarded  growth,  enlarged  liver, 
kidneys,  or  spleen.  Instability  or  irrita- 
bility of  nervous  system  or  tissues, 
muscular  weakness,  constipation,  pyor- 
rhea, parathyroid  dysfunction,  or  men- 
strual disorders;  (h)  that  respondent's 
preparation  "Vitamin  E"  or  "Vitamin  E 
Complex"  is  a  cranpetent  nutritional 
treatment  for  or  preventive  of  loss  of 
weight,  retarded  growth,  weakness,  pa- 
ralysis, lowered  resistance  to  Infection, 
particularly  to  Infantile  paralysis,  ster- 
ility (temporary  in  female — permanent 
in  male),  falling  hair,  alteration  of  the 
texture  of  the  hair,  or  possible  tendency 
to  malignancies;  (i)  that  respondent's 
preparation  "Vitamin  P"  or  "Vitamin  P 
Complex"  is  a  competent  nutritional 
treatment  for  or  preventive  of  epidermal 
manifestations.  Including  ridged  or  split 
fingernails,  exzematous  condition,  der- 
matitis, scurf,  dandruff,  hemorrhagic 
spots  on  the  skin,  brittleness  or  falling 
out  of  hair.  Impairment  of  endocrine 
glands,  particularly  the  pituitary  glands, 
impairment  of  visceral  organs,  particu- 
larly the  kidneys,  lowered  resistance  to 
allergies,  susceptibility  to  Vitamin  D 
poisoning,  loss  of  sex  instincts,  lowered 
resistance  to  infections,  particularly  to 
tuberculosis,  cessation  of  growth,  severe 
renal  manifestations,  or  sterility;  (J) 
that  respondent's  preparation  "Vitamin 
Q  Complex"  Is  a  competent  nutritional 
treatment  for  or  preventive  of  underde- 
Telopment,  retarded  growth,  malnutri- 
tion, eye  disorder!*  tecondarjr  anemia^ 
«Qtftneou8  obaogMi)  fttuztUs.  Ion  of  hiOr, 


sprue,  interference  with  normal  skin 
respiration,  alimentary  tract  disorders. 
Including  gastro-enterltls.  degeneration 
of  the  liver,  renal  manifestations,  in- 
cluding cystitis,  hemorrhagic  conditions 
of  the  urine,  severe  pellagra,  or  severe 
nerve  or  spinal  degeneration;  (k»  that 
respondent's  preparation  "V.  P,  Organic 
Mineral  Tablets"  or  respondent's  prepa- 
ration "Vitamin  P  Complex"  singly  or 
together  will  restore  normal  balance  be- 
tween the  sympathetic  and  parasympa- 
thetic nervous  systems,  or  constitute  an 
effective  treatment  for  gastro-intestinal 
disorders,  including  ulcers,  or  angina 
pectoris;  (1)  that  respondent's  prepara- 
tion "Cerol"  is  a  competent  nutritional 
or  corrective  treatment  for  sterility  in 
the  female,  or  for  the  prevention  of 
sterility  in  the  male,  or  that  it  will 
prevent  hyperemesis  during  the  period 
of  gestation,  or  will  cause  childbirth  to 
become  a  relatively  simple  physiological 
process  or  render  unnecessary  the  use  of 
oxytocic  drugs;  (m)  that  respondent's 
preparation  "V.  P.  Phosphade"  is  a  com- 
petent nutritional  or  corrective  treat- 
ment for  a  diet  deficient  in  phosphates, 
or  that  it  will  be  effective  in  eliminating 
calcium  accumulations  in  the  tissues  and 
blood  vessel  walls,  or  constitutes  an  ef- 
fective treatment  for  high  blood  pres- 
sure, hardening  of  the  arteries,  heart 
trouble,  stiffness  of  the  joints,  or  symp- 
toms of  premature  old  age;  <n)  that  re- 
spondent's preparation  'Cerodyn"  lalso 
referred  to  as  "Cerolyn "  and  "V.  P.  Por- 
tifled  Wheat  Germ")  Is  a  competent 
nutritional  or  corrective  treatment  for 
improving  resistance  to  colds,  increasing 
physical  stamina,  lessening  fatigue,  im- 
proving mental  functions  or  physical 
condition  generally,  or  for  preventing  in- 
ability to  concentrate  or  to  sleep  because 
of  nervous  tension;  (o>  that  respond- 
ent's preparation  "Viable  Acidophilus 
Yeast"  is  a  competent  nutritional  or 
corrective  treatment  for  producing  lactic 
acid  by  fermentation  of  carbohydrates 
or  restricting  the  growth  of  undesirable 
microorganisms  in  the  alimentary  tract ; 
or  that  it  constitutes  an  effective  treat- 
ment for  hsditosis;  (p)  that  a  synthetic 
vitamin  is  incapable  of  curing  or  reliev- 
ing diseases  or  symptoms  of  vitamin 
deficiency  as  effectively  as  a  like  vitamin 
obtained  from  respondent's  prepara- 
tions; or  (q)  that  any  recognized  scien- 
tific or  medical  publication  contains 
statements  or  conclusions  concerning 
the  effects  of  vitamin  deficiencies  or  the 
effectiveness  of  vitamins  in  the  treat- 
ment of  diseases  or  conditions  which  ai  e 
different  from  the  import  of  the  state- 
ments or  conclusions  actually  contained 
in  such  publication;  prohibited.  (Sec. 
5,  38  Stat.  719,  as  amended  by  sec.  3.  52 
Stat.  112;  15  U.S.C.  sec.  45b)  lOase  and 
desist  order.  Vitamin  Products  Company, 
Docket  4733i  February  28,  1945  J 

At  a  regular  session  of  the  Federal 
Trade  Commission,  held  at  its  oflBce  In 
the  City  of  Washington,  D.  C.  on  the 
28th  day  of  February,  A.  D.  1945. 

In  the  Matter  of  Royal  Lee,  an  Individual 
Trading  Under  the  Name  of  Vitamin 
Products  Company 

This  proceeding  having  been  heard  by 
the  Federal  Trade  Commlfision  upon  th« 


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complaint  of  the  Commission,  the  answer 
of  respondent,  and  certain  facts  and  ex- 
hibits stipulated  into  the  record  (fur- 
ther hearing  as  to  the  facts  and  all 
Intervening  procedure  having  been 
waived',  and  the  Commission  having 
made  its  findings  as  to  the  facts  and  its 
conclusion  that  said  respondent  has  vio- 
lated the  provisions  of  the  Federal  Trade 
Commission  Act; 

It  IS  ordered.  That  respondent  Royal 
Lee,  an  individual  trading  as  Vitamin 
Products  Company,  or  under  any  other 
name,  his  representatives,  agents,  and 
employees,  directly  or  through  any  cor- 
porate or  other  device,  in  connection 
with  the  offering  for  sale,  sale,  and  dis- 
tribution of  the  preparations  hereinafter 
named,  or  any  preparations  of  substan- 
tially similar  composition  or  possessing 
substantially  similar  properties,  whether 
sold  under  the  same  or  any  other  name, 
do  forthwith  cease  and  desist  from  di- 
rectly or  indirectly: 

1.  Disseminating  or  causing  to  be  dis- 
seminated, by  means  of  the  United  States 
mails  or  by  any  means  in  commerce,  as 
"commerce"  is  defined  in  the  Federal 
Trade  Commission  Act,  any  advertise- 
ment which  represents,  directly  or 
through  inference: 

(at  That  respondent's  preparation 
"Catalyn,"  when  taken  as  directed,  con- 
stitutes a  competent  dietary  supplement 
for  or  has  any  therapeutic  value  in  the 
treatment  of  any  vitamin  deficiency 
disease  except  such  as  are  due  to  a  defi- 
ciency of  Vitamins  A  or  D. 

•  b)  That  respondent's  preparation 
"Catalyn"  is  a  competent  nutritional  or 
corrective  treatment  for  the  prevention 
or  cure  of  acidosis,  anemia,  angina  pec- 
toris, backward  children.  Brights'  dis- 
ease, change  of  life,  chorea,  colds,  con- 
stipation, cystitis,  dropsy,  enlarged 
glands,  enlarged  prostate  gland,  goiter, 
hardening  of  the  arteries,  headache, 
lieart  trouble,  high  blood  pressure,  in- 
fectious diseases,  insomnia,  low  blood 
pressure,  low  vitality,  menopause,  mu- 
cous colitis,  nervousness,  ovary  and 
menstrual  disorders,  illness  of  preg- 
nancy, prostate  gland  disorders,  pyor- 
rhea, teeth  disorders,  tired  feeling,  dis- 
eases of  tonsils,  tuberculosis,  under- 
weight, overweight,  difficult  urination, 
con«ested  liver,  cardiac  asthma,  dizzy 
spells,  dizziness,  liver  blotches,  gastric 
disturbance,  nervous  indigestion,  fre- 
quent urination,  choking  spells,  sinus  in- 
fection, chronic  (low  grade)  infections, 
leg  ulcers,  or  varicose  veins. 

(ci  That  the  use  of  respondent's  prep- 
aration 'Catalyn'  will  insure  vitality  or 
health  to  the  user,  or  that  said  prepara- 
tion IS  a  product  of  Nature. 

ui'  That  respondent's  preparation 
"Vitamin  A  Complex"  is  a  competent 
nutritional  or  corrective  treatment  for 
the  prevention  or  cure  of  retarded  appe- 
tite, growth,  or  development,  disturbed 
dental  or  bone  development,  susceptibil- 
ity to  infections,  slow  healing  of  reticulo- 
endothelium  or  epithelium,  eye  infection, 
including  corneal  ulcers  ordegeneration 
of  eyes,  infection  of  ear.  infection  of 
genu o-unnary  tract,  tonsllitis,  pneu- 
monia, tuberculosis,  diarrhea,  infection 
of  sinus,  difllculty  of  delivery  of  young, 
inti  rf  crence  with  successful  reproduction 
or  lactation,  pernicious  anemia,  second- 


ary anemia,  gastritis,  bronchitis,  kidney 
or  bladder  disorders.  calciUi.  nephritis, 
cystitis,  excessive  growth  of  lymphoid 
tissues,  degeneration  of  the  nervous 
system  or  atrophy  of  organs  or  glands, 
including  liver,  testes,  spleen,  thyroid, 
pituitary,  and  salivary. 

(e)  That  respondent's  preparation 
"Vitamin  B  Complex"  is  a  competent  nu- 
tritional or  corrective  treatment  for  the 
prevention  or  cure  of  susceptibility  to 
infections  due  to  lowered  resistance,  dia- 
betes mellitus,  functional  disorders,  in- 
cluding atrophy  or  pathological  enlarge- 
ment of  adrenals,  brain,  gonads,  heart, 
kidneys,  liver,  ovaries,  pancreas,  pitui- 
ttiry  gland,  spleen,  testes,  thymus  and 
thyroid  glands,  tendency  to  functional 
gastro-intestinal  disorders  such  as  ul- 
cers, indigestion,  tendency  to  muscular 
paralysis,  loss  of  weight  or  vigor,  stunted 
growth,  tendency  to  edematous  condi- 
tions, fall  in  body  temperature,  degener- 
ation of  nervous  system,  anemia,  dis- 
turbances of  reproductive  cycle,  dental 
caries,  predisposition  to  allergic  condi- 
tions, or  neuritis. 

(f)  That  respondent's  preparation 
"Vitamin  C  Complex"  is  a  competent  nu- 
tritional or  corrective  treatment  lor  the 
prevention  or  cure  of  diseases  of  the 
blood  vessels  or  capillaries,  diseases  of 
gums,  tooth  degeneration,  joint  or 
bone  changes,  mucoUs  membrane  hemor- 
rhages, destruction  of  bone  marrow,  ten- 
dency to  epithelial  lesions,  increa.sed  sus- 
ceptibility to  infections,  retarded  growth 
and  lOvSs  of  weight,  physical  weakness,  de- 
pression and  irritability,  rapid  respira- 
tion and  heart  action,  blood  degeneration, 
development  of  heart  weakness,  increased 
weight  or  enlargement  of  spleen,  liver. 
stomach,  intestines  or  kidneys,  atrophy 
of  glands.  Including  reduced  secretion  of 
adrenals  or  thyroid  gland,  development 
of  arthritic  or  rheumatic  tendencies,  de- 
velopment of  edematous  conditions,  com- 
plications of  pregnancy,  tendency  to 
raise  temperature, -possible  sterility,  low- 
ered glucose  tolerance,  cataract,  predis- 
position to  allergic  conditions,  or  sprue. 

(g)  That     respondent's     preparation 

"Vitamin  D  Complex"  is  a  competent  nu- 
tritional or  corrective  treatment  for  the 
prevention  or  cure  of  defective  mineral 
metabolism  (except  in  cases  of  defective 

metabolism  of  calcium  or  phosphorus  oc- 
curring In  connection  with  diseases  such 
as  rickets  and  osteomalacia),  decreased 
resistance  to  infection,  especially  tuber- 
cular Infection,  retarded  growth,  enlarged 
liver,  kidneys,  or  spleen.  Instability  or 
irritability  of  nervous  system  or  tissues, 
muscular  weakness,  constipation,  pyor- 
rhea, parathyroid  dysfunction,  or  men- 
strual disorders. 

(h)  That  respondent's  preparation 
"Vitamin  E"  or  "Vitamin  E  Complex"  is 
a  competent  nutritional  treatment  for  or 
preventive  of  loss  of  weight,  retarded 
growth,  weakness,  paralysis,  lowered  re- 
sistance to  infection,  particularly  to  in- 
fantile paralysis,  sterility  (temporary  in 
female — permanent  in  male),  falling 
hair,  alteration  of  the  texture  of  the  hair, 
or  possible  tendency  to  malignancies. 

(1)  That  respondent's  preparation 
"Vitamin  P"  or  "Vitamin  P  Complex"  Is 
a  competent  nutritional  treatment  for 
or  preventive  of  epidermal  manifesta- 
tions. includUig  ridged  or  split  floger- 


nalls,  eczematous  condition,  dermatitis, 
scurf,  dandruff,  hemorrhagic  spots  on 
the  skin,  brittleness  or  falling  out  of  hair, 
impairment  of  endocrine  glands,  partic- 
ularly the  pittiitary  glands,  impairment 
of  visceral  organs,  particularly  the  kid- 
neys, lowered  resistance  to  allergies.  .»-us- 
ceptibility  to  Vitamin  D  poisoning.  Io.'js 
of  sex  instincts,  lowered  resistance  to  in- 
fections, particularly  to  tuberculosis,  ces- 
sation of  growth,  severe  renal  manifesta- 
tions, or  sterility. 

(j)  That  respondent's  preparation 
"Vitamin  G  Complex"  is  a  competent 
nutritional  treatment  for  or  preventivo 
of  underdevelopment,  retarded  growth, 
malnutrition,  eye  disorders,  secondary 
anemia,  cutaneous  changes,  neuritis,  lo».> 
of  hair,  sprue,  interference  with  normal 
skin  respiration,  alimentary  tract  dis- 
orders, including  gastro-enterltls,  degen- 
eration of  the  Uver,  renal  manifestations. 
Including  cystitis,  hemorrhagic  condi- 
tions of  the  urine,  severe  pellagra,  or 
severe  nerve  or  spinal  degeneration. 

(kt  That  respondent's  preparation  "V. 
P.  Organic  Mineral  Tablets"  or  respond- 
ent's preparation  "Vitamin  F  Complex" 
singly  or  together  will  restore  normal 
balance  between  the  sympathetic  and 
parasympathetic  nervous  systems,  or 
constitute  an  effective  treatment  for 
gastro-intestinal  disorders,  including  ul- 
cers, or  angina  pectoris. 

(It  That  respondent's  preparation 
"Cerol"  is  a  competent  nutritional  or 
corrective  treatment  for  sterility  in  thi^ 
female,  or  for  the  prevention  of  sterility 
in  the  male,  or  that  it  will  prevent  hyper- 
emesis  during  the  iieriod  of  gestation,  or 
will  cause  childbirth  to  become  a  rela- 
tively simply  physiological  process  or 
render  unnecessary  the  tise  of  oxytocic 
drugs. 

(m»  That  respondent's  preparation  "V 
P.  Phosphade"  is  a  competent  nutritionwl 
or  corrective  treatment  for  a  diet  defi- 
cient in  phosphates,  or  that  it  will  b-' 
effective  in  eliminating  calcium  accumu- 
lations in  the  tissues  and  blood  vessel 
walls,  or  constitute  an  effective  treatment 
for  high  blood  pressure,  hardening  of  the 

arteries,  heart  trouble,  stiffness  ol  thp 

Joints,  or  symptoms  of  premature  old 
age. 

<n)  That    respondent's    preparation 

"Cerodyn"  (also  referred  to  as  "Cerolyn  ' 
and  "V.  P.  Fortified  Wheat  Germ")  is  a 
competent  nutritional  or  corrective  treat  - 
ment  for  improving  resistance  to  cold-, 
increasing  physical  stamina,  lessenini: 
fatigue,  improving  mental  ftmctions  or 
physical  condition  generally,  or  for  pre- 
venting inability  to  concentrate  or  t^^ 
sleep  because  of  nervous  tension. 

(0)  That  respondent's  preparation 
"Viable  Acidophilus  Yeast"  is  a  compe- 
tent nutritional  or  corrective  treatment 
for  producing  lactic  acid  by  fermenta- 
tion of  carbohydrates  or  restricting  the 
growth  of  undesirable  micro-organisms 
In  the  alimentary  tract;  or  that  It  con- 
stitutes an  effective  treatment  for  hali- 
tosis. 

(p)  That  a  sj-nthetic  vitamin  Is  in- 
capable  of  ciu^ing  or  relieving  diseases  or 
symptoms  of  vitamin  deficiency  as  effec- 
tively as  a  like  vitamin  obtained  from 
respondent's  preparations. 

(q)  That  any  recognized  scientific  or 
medical  publication  contains  statements 


or  conclusions  concerning  the  effects  of 
vitamin  deficiencies  or  the  effectiveness 
of  vitamins  in  the  treatment  of  diseases 
or  conditions  which  are  different  from 
the  import  of  the  statements  or  conclu- 
sions actually  contained  In  such  publi- 
cation. 

2.  Disseminating  or  causing  to  be  dis- 
seminated by  any  means,  any  advertise- 
ment for  the  purpose  of  inducing,  or 
which  is  likely  to  induce,  directly  or  in- 
directly, the  purchase  in  commerce,  as 
"commerce"  is  defined  in  the  Federal 
Trade  Commission  Act.  of  any  of  said 
preparations,  which  advertisement  con- 
tains any  of  the  representations  pro- 
hibited in  paragraph  1  above. 

It  is  Jurther  ordered.  That  the  re- 
spondent shall,  within  sixty  (60)  days 
after  service  upon  him  of  this  order,  file 
with  the  Commission  a  report  In  writing, 
setting  forth  in  detail  the  manner  and 
form  in  which  he  has  complied  with  this 
order. 

By  the  Commission. 

[seal]  Otis  B.  Johnson. 

Secretary. 

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[Docket  No  3092'] 


Part  3— Digest  or  Cease  and  Desist 
Orders 

.'■CIENTIFIC  APPARATUS   B4AKERS  OF   AMERICA. 
ET  AL. 

5  3.7     Aiding,  assisting  or  abetting  un- 
fair or  unlawful  act  or  practice:  §  3.27 
(d)   Combining   or   conspiring— To    en- 
hance,   maintain    or    unify    prices.     A. 
Entering  into  or  carrying  out  any  under- 
standing, etc..  on  the  part  of  the  respond- 
ents named  (who  filed  petitions  In  the 
Circuit  Court  of  Appeals  for  the  7th  Cir- 
cuit and  as  to  whom  said  court  on  May 
22.  1944  entered  four  separate  decrees  by 
which  the  Commission's  order  to  cease 
and  desist  entered  on  August  25.  1941, 
was,  With  respect  to  said  petitioning  re- 
spondents only,  modified,  affirmed  and 
enforced),  and  on  the  part  of  respond- 
ents named  as  members  of  the  Scientific 
Apparatus  Makers  of  America,  and  on 
the  part  of  the  respective  officers,  etc. 
of  said  various  respondents,  with  each 
other    or    with    any   other    person    or 
persons,   association   or   corporation,  to 
restrict,     restrain,     monopolize,     or     to 
hinder  or  suppress,  competition  in  the 
sale  and  distribution  in  commerce  of  pre- 
pared   tracing    papers,    tracing    cloths, 
blueprint  papers  and  cloths,  other  re- 
production  papers,    and   cloths,   profile 
and  cross-section  papers  and  cloths  in 
sheets    and    rolls,    coordinate    papers — 
graph  sheets  (except  rolled  sheets)   for 
engineering  and  drafting  purposes,  field 
books  for  engineers,  drawing  instruments 
and  variotis  other  products  used  by  sur- 
veyors, engineers,  builders,  the  drafting 
profession  and  others,  by  doing  any  of  the 
acts  or  things  below  specified;  and  doing 
any  of  the  said  acts  or  things  pursuant  to 
any  such  understanding,  etc.,  namely. 
(1)  fixing  and  maintaining,  or  agreeing 
to  fix  and  maintain  the  prices  at  which 


6  F.R    4682. 


said  products  will  be  sold  by  them;  (2) 
fixing  and  maintaining,  or  agreeing  to 
fix  and  maintain  the  terms  and  condi- 
tions, including  the  classification  of  cus- 
tomers, freight  allowances  and  duration 
of  and  optional  clauses  in  contracts,  in 
connection  with  any  sales  by  them  of 
their  said  products;  (3)  exchanging  in- 
formation among  themselves  with  regard 
to  the  prices,  discounts,  terms  and  con- 
ditions of  sale  to  be  submitted  by  them 
when  bids  for  their  products  are  re- 
quested,-and  submitting  or  agreeing  to 
submit  identical,  or  substantially  identi- 
cal, bids  on  said  products  when  requests 
for  bids  have  been  received;   (4>   filing 
with     respondent     Surveying-Drafting - 
Coaters  Section  of  Scientific  Apparatus 
Makers  of  America,  price  Usts  including 
discounts,  terms  and  conditions  at  which 
they  will  sell  their  products,  for  dissemi- 
nation  by   said  respondent  Association 
among  its  members;  or.  (5)  agreeing  not 
to  sell  their  said  products  at  a  price  less, 
or  a  discount  greater,  or  on  terms  and 
conditions  more  favorable  to  the  pur- 
chaser than  those  contained  in  any  of 
the  price  lists  filed  with  respondent  Sur- 
veying-Drafting-Coaters  Section  "Of  Sci- 
entific Apparatus  Makers  of  America,  or 
agreeing  not  to  sell  said  products  at  a 
price  less  or  discount  greater  than  or  on 
terms  and  conditions  of  sale  more  favor- 
able to  the  purchaser  than  those  con- 
tained in  the  price  list  published  by  the 
seller;  and.  B,  aiding  and  assisting,  on 
the  part  of  respondent  Surveying -Draft - 
ing-Coaters  Section  of  Scientific  Appa- 
ratus Makers   of   America,   respondent 
Parker,  its  manager  and  his  successors, 
respondents  Keller,  Brunlng,  Allin,  and 
Bcrger.  members  of  its  executive  com- 
mittee and  their  successors,  the  members 
of  said  respondent  association  in  carry- 
ing out  or  engaging  in  any  of  the  acts 
and  practices  hereinbefore  set  forth,  and 
performing  any  service  or  function  In 
the  furtherance  of  said  acts  and  prac- 
tices, and  particularly,  ( 1 )  adopting  any 
rule  or  regulation  designed  or  intended 
to  prevent  any  deviation  on  the  part  of 
the  members  of  said  respondent  Associa- 
tion from  the  prices,  discounts  and  terms 
fixed  and  agreed  upon  by  them,  as  here- 
inbefore set  forth*  or  (2)  receiving  from 
the  individual  members  of  said  respond- 
ent association  price  lists,  including  dis- 
counts, terms  and  conditions  of  sale,  and 
disseminating  such  information  among 
said    respondent    association    members; 
prohibited.     (Sec.  5,  38  Stat.   719,  as 
amended  by  sec.  3,  52  Stat.  112;  15  U.S.C, 
sec.  45i)     [Modified  cease  and  desist  or- 
der.   Scientific    Apparatus    Makers    of 
America,  et  al..  Docket  3092.  March  2, 
19451 

At  a  regular  session  of  the  Federal 
Tiade  Commission,  held  at  its  office  in 
the  City  of  Washington.  D.  C,  on  the  2nd 
day  of  March,  A.  D.  1945. 

In  the  Matter  of  Scientific  Apparatus 
Makers  of  America,  a  Corporation,  lis 
Officers  and  Directors  and  Certain  of 
its  Members.  Separately  and  as  Repre- 
sentative of  Certain  Others  of  its 
Members,  Carl  S.  Hallauer,  R.  E.  Gill- 
mor,  John  M.  Roberts  and  Karl  L.  Kel- 
ler, Individually,  as  Officers  and  Direc- 
tors of.  and  as  Representative  of  Other 
Officers  and  Directors  of  Scientific  Ap- 
paratus Makers  of  America;  Survey- 


ing-Drafting-Coaters   Section   of   the 
Scientific  Apparatus  Makers  of  Amer- 
ica, an   Association,   its   Officers  arid 
Certain  Members,  Separately  and  as 
Representative  of  the  Other  Members; 
Arthur  L.  Parker.  Manager,  Paul  J. 
Bruning,   Chairman   Executive   Com- 
mittee, Karl  L.  Keller,  Member  Execu- 
tive Committee.  W.  A.  Bergcr.  Mem- 
ber Executive  Committee,  and  R.  Fred 
Allin.  Individually   mid  as  Manager, 
Chairman  and  Members  of  the  Execu- 
tive   Committee    of    the    Surveying- 
Drafting -Coaters  Section  of  the  Scien- 
tific   Apparatus   Makers   of   America; 
Charles  Bruning  Company.  Inc..  a  Cor- 
poration; The  Huey  Company. ^a  Cor- 
poration:   The   Frederick   Post   Com- 
pany, a  Corporation ;  Eugene  Dictzgen 
Company,    a    Corporation;    Economy 
Blue  Print  Products,  Inc..  a  Corpora- 
tion; Keuffel  &  Esser  Company,  a  Cor- 
poration; Alphonse  A.  Brunner.  Trad- 
ing as  Keystone  Blue  Paper  Company, 
The  C.  F.  pease  Company,  a  Corpora- 
tion: Charles  W.  Speidel  and  Walter  A. 
Kohn,  Trading  as  Chas.  W.  Speidel  & 
Company;   United  States  Blue  Print 
Paper  Company,  a  Corporation:  Jacob 
H.  Weil,  Edwin  H.  Weil  and  Manfred 
R.  Krauskopf.  Trading  as  J.  H.  Weil  & 
Company — Separately   and    as  Mem- 
bers and  Representatives  of  Surveying- 
Drafting-Coaters  Section  of  Scientific 
Apparatus  Makers  of  America 

This  proceeding  having  been  heard  by 
the  Federal  Trade  Commission  upon  the 
complaint  of  the  Commission,  the  an- 
swers of  respondents,  the  testimony  and 
other  evidence  taken  before  duly  ap- 
pointed trial  examiners  of  the  Commis- 
sion theretofore  designated  by  it  to  serve 
in  this  proceeding,  the  report  of  the  trial 
examiner  thereon  and  the  exceptions  to 
said  report,  briefs  filed  herein  by  the 
Attorney  for  the  Commission  and  attor- 
neys for  the  respondents,  and  the  oral 
arguments  by  the  respective  attorneys, 
and  the  Commission  having  made  its 
findings  as  to  the  facts  and  Its  conclu- 
sion that  respondents  had  violated  the 
provisions  of  the  Federal  Trade  Commis- 
sion Act,  and  having  entered  an  order 
to  cease  and  desist  herein  on  August  25, 

1941;  and 

Thereafter  the  respondents  il>  Keuf- 
fel &  Esser  Company  and  Karl  Keller,  (2) 
Charles    Bruning    Company.    Inc.,    The 
Frederick  Post  Company.  Chas.  W.  Spei- 
del &  Compaijy.  J.  H.  Weil  &  Company, 
Paul  J.  Bruning,  W.  A.  Berger.  Arthur  L. 
Parker;  and  the  Charles  Bruning  Com- 
pany. Inc..  The  Frederick  Post  Company 
and  J.  H.  Weil  b  Company,  as  members  of 
the    Scientific    Apparatus    Mal^prs    of 
America,   a   corporate   association;-   (3» 
The*C.  F.  Pease  Company;  and  <4>  Eu- 
gene  Dietzgen   Company,    filed    in    the 
United  States  Circuit  Court  of  Appeals 
for  the  Seventh  Circuit  their  four  .'sepa- 
rate petitions  for  a  review  of  the  Com- 
mission's said  order  to  cease  and  desist 
entered  on  August  25.  1941.    Thereafter, 
the  Circuit   Court  of   Appeals   for   the 
Seventh   Circuit   entered   four   separate 
decrees  by  which  the  Commissions  said 
order  to  cease  and  desist  entered  on  Au- 
gust 25.  1941,  was,  wiih  respect  to  the 
petitioning   respondents  only,  modified, 
affirmed  and  enforced ;  and 

It  appearing  to  the  Commission  that  of 
the  respondents  who  filed  their  petitions 


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for  review  of  the  Commission's  said  order 
to  cease  and  desist  with  the  Circuit  Court 
of  Appeals  for  the  Seventh  Circuit  only 
one  of  said  respondents,  namely.  Eugene 
Dietzgen  Company,  filed  a  petition  for 
certiorari,  which  said  petition  was  denied 
by  the  Supreme  Court  of  the  United 
States  on  October  9.  1944,  and  that  the 
time  for  filing  petitions  for  certiorari 
as  to  the  remaining  said  petitioners  ex- 
pired on  August  22.  1944;  and 

The  Commission  having  considered  the 
record  herein  issues  this  its  modified  or- 
der to  cease  and  desist  in  accordance 
with  the  decrees  of  the  United  States 
Circuit  Court  of  Appeals  for  the  Seventh 
Circuit  entered  on  May  22,  1944,  as  to 
those  respondents  who  filed  petitions  for 
review  before  said  court: 

It  IS  ordered.  That  the  respondents 
Keuffrl  &  Esser  Company  and  Karl  Kel- 
ler, their  officers,  directors,  representa- 
tives, agents  and  employees:  Charles 
Bruning  Company.  Inc.,  The  Frederick 
Post  Company.  Charles  W.  Speidel  and 
Walter  A.  Kohn,  trading  as  Chas.  W. 
Speidel  L  Company,  Jacob  H.  Well.  Ed- 
win H.  Weil  and  Manfred  R.  Krauskopf, 
trading  as  J.  H.  Weil  &  Company,  Paul  J. 
Bruning.  W.  A.  Berger.  Arthur  L.  Parker; 
and  the  Charles  Bruning  Company.  Inc., 
The  Frederick  Post  Company,  and  J.  H. 
Weil  ii  Company,  as  members  of  the 
Scientific  Apparatus  Makers  of  America, 
a  corporate  association,  and  their  offl- 
cer.s,  directors,  representatives,  agents 
and  employees;  The  C.  F.  Pease  Com- 
pany, its  officers,  directors,  representa- 
tives, agents  and  employees;  and  Eugene 
Dletzuen  Company,  its  officers,  directors, 
representatives,  agents  and  employees, 
forthwith  cease  and  desist  from: 

Directly  or  indirectly,  jointly  or  sev- 
erally, entering  into  or  carrying  out  any 
understanding,  agreement,  arrangement, 
combination  or  con'^piracy.  with  each 
other  or  with  any  other  person  or 
persons,  association  or  corporation,  to 
restrict,  restrain,  monopolize,  or  to 
hinder  or  suppress,  competition  in  the 
sale  and  distribution  in  commerce,  as 
"commerce"  is  defined  In  the  Federal 
Trade  Commission  Art.  of  prepared  trac- 
ing pap«^rs.  tracing  cloths,  blueprint 
papers  and  cloths,  other  reproduction 
papers,  and  cloths,  profile  and  cross- 
section  papers  and  cloth.s  in  sheets  and 
rolls,  coordinate  papers — grapli  sheets 
•  ex-opt  rolled  sheets  •  for  engineering 
and  drafting  purposes.  f\gld  books  for 
encineers.  drawing  instruments,  drawing 
tools  (.■scales,  trlantiles,  T-squares, 
curves",  drawing  machines,  blueprinting 
machines  and  equipment,  drawing  boards 
and  tcibies.  filing  cabinets  for  drawings 
and  blueprints,  lettering  devices  and  let- 
terinc  pens  for  the  drafting  profes.^lon, 
slide  rules,  planimeters  and  integrators, 
surveying  instruments,  surveying  barom- 
eters, fore,  try  Instruments  such  as  tree 
calipers,  hypsometeis.  increment  borers, 
current  meter.s  and  water-.stage  registers, 
rods  and  poles  for  surveyors'  use,  tapes, 
chams  and  plumb  bobs,  by  doing  any 
of  the  following  acts  or  things,  and  from 
doinK  any  of  the  following  acts  or  things 
pursuant  to  any  such  understanding, 
agreement,  arrangement,  combination  or 
con.>piracy : 

<  1 1  Fixing  and  maintaining,  or  agree- 
ing  to  fix  and   maintain   the   prices  at 


which  said  products  will  be  sold  by  them. 

(2)  Fixing  and  maintaining,  or  agree-  . 
Ing  to  fix  and  maintain  the  terms  and 
conditions.  Including  the  classification  ol 
customers,  freight  allowances  and  dura- 
tion of  and  optional  clauses  in  contracts, 
in  connection  with  any  sales  by  them  of 
their  said  products. 

(3)  Exchanging  information  among 
themselves  with  regard  to  the  prices,  dis- 
counts, terms  and  conditions  of  sale  to  be 
submitted  by  them  when  bids  for  their 
products  are  requested,  and  submitting  or 
agreeing  to  submit  identical,  or  substan- 
tially identical,  bids  on  said  products 
when  requests  for  bids  have  been  received. 

(4)  Filing  with  respondent  Surveying- 
Draftlng-Coaters  Section  of  Scientific 
Apparatus  Makers  of  America,  price  list.s 
including  discounts,  terms  and  condi- 
tions at  which  they  will  sell  their  prod- 
ucts, for  dissemination  by  said  respondent 
Association  among  its  members. 

( 5 )  Agreeing  not  to  sell  their  said  prod- 
ucts at  a  price  less,  or  a  discount  greater, 
or  on  terms  and  conditions  more  favor- 
able to  the  purchaser  tlian  those  con- 
tained In  any  of  the  price  lists  filed  with 
respondent  Surveylng-Drafting-Coaters 
Section  of  Scientific  Apparatus  Makers 
of  America,  or  agreeing  not  to  sell  said 
products  at  a  price  less  or  discount 
greater  than  or  on  terms  and  conditions 
of  sale  more  favorable  to  the  purchaser 
than  those  contained  In  the  price  list 
published  by  the  seller. 

It  is  further  ordered.  That  respondent 
association,  Surveying-Drafting-Coaters 
Section  of  Scientific  Apparatus  Makers 
of  America,  Arthur  L.  Parker,  its  man- 
ager and  his  successors.  Karl  Keller.  Paul 
J.  Bruning,  R.  Fred  AUin,  and  W.  A. 
Berger,  members  of  its  executive  com- 
mittee and  their  successors,  forthwith 
cease  and  desist  from,  directly  or  indi- 
rectly, jointly  or  severally,  aiding  and 
assisting  the  members  of  said  respondent 
association  in  carrying  out  or  engaging 
in  any  of  the  acts  and  practices  herein- 
before set  forth,  and  from  performing 
any  service  or  function  In  the  further- 
ance of  said  acts  and  practices,  and 
particularly  from: 

ill  Adopting  any  rule  or  regulation 
designed  or  intended  to  prevent  any  devi- 
ation on  the  part  of  the  members  of  said 
respondent  association  from  the  prices, 
discounts  and  terms  fixed  and  agreed 
upon  by  them,  as  hereinbefore  set  forth. 

(2i  Receiving  from  the  individual 
members  of  said  respondent  association 
lists,  including  discounts,  terms  and  con- 
ditions of  sale,  and  disseminating  such 
information  among  said  respondent 
association  members. 

It  is  further  ordered,  That  the  com- 
plaint herein  be  and  the  same  hereby  is 
dismissed  as  to  respondents  Scientific 
Apparatus  Makers  of  America,  its  officers 
and  directors,  and  respondents  Carl  S. 
Hallauer,  R.  E.  Qillmor  and  John  M. 
Roberts,  the  evidence  being  insufficient 
to  establish  the  charges  of  the  complaint 
with  respect  to  these  respondents. 

It  iB  further  ordered,  that  the  re- 
spondents shall,  within  sixty  (60)  days 
after  the  service  upon  them  of  a  copy 
of  this  order,  file  with  the  Commission 
a  report  In  writing  setting  forth  In  de- 


tail the  manner  and  form  in  which  they 
have  complied  with  this  order. 

By  the  Commission. 

[SEAL]  OTIS  B.  Johnson, 

Secrctarj/. 

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TITLE  29— LABOR 

Chapter  IX— War  Food  Adminislration 

(Agricultural  Labor) 

Redesicnation  of  Titles 

1.  The  determinations  made  and  pub- 
lic notices  issued  with  respect  to  maxi- 
mum wages  for  areas,  crops,  and  classes 
of  employers,  or  otherwise  of  agricultural 
labor,  now  referred  to  as  Specific  Wage 
Ceiling  Regulations  followed  by  the  ap- 
propriate number  »e.  g..  Specific  Wage 
Ceiling  Regulation  4» ,  are  supplements  to 
the  Specific  Wage  Ceiling  Regulations 
Issued  January  20,  1944  (9  F.R.  831,  7645) 
as  revised  on  October  23,  1944  (9  F.R. 
12807, 14206)  and  as  revised  on  March  23, 
1945  (10  F.R.  3177),  and  are,  therefore, 
redesignated  and  shall  hereafter  be 
known  as  Specific  Wage  Ceiling  Regula- 
tions. Supplement  No.  2.  The  number 
previously  assigned  to  each  Specific  Wage 
Ceiling  Regulation,  as  listed  below  in 
Column  A.  shall  remain  unchanged  and 
shall  hereafter  follow  the  title  Supplc- 
inent.  as  indicated  in  Column  B. 

A  B 

Former  title  An  now  designated 

Specific  wage  celing  regulation;    Supplement 

1  (9  FR    833) I 

1.  Amendment   1    (9  FR.  4574)...  '  1 

1.  Amendment  2  (10  FR    12631...  -1 

2  (9  F.R    36811 2 

3  (9  F.R.  4170) —  3 

3.   Amendment  1  (9  F.R.  4976) '3 

4(9FR   4333) -  4 

5  (9F.R.4805) a 

6  (9  F.R.  4805) 6 

7  (9  FR    5471) --  7 

8  (9  F.R.  5471 8 

9  (9FR.6396) 9 

10(9FR   6585> 10 

11  (9FR    6700) 11 

12  (9  FR.  67011 12 

13  (9  P.R.  7047) 13 

13.  Amendment  1  (9  FJR.  7376)...  '  13 

14  (9FR    7206) 14 

15  (9  FR.  8113) 15 

16  (9  FR.  8009) 16 

17  (9  FR    8010) -  l"? 

18  (9FR.  8010) 18 

19  (9  FR.  7377) 1' 

19.  Amendment  1   (9  FR.  9598)...  '  19 

20  (9  Fit.  7377) i?' 

21  (9  FR    9042i 21 

21.  Amendment  1  (9  F.R.  9970)-..  '21 

22  (9  F.R.  10298) 2.i 

23  (9  FR.  10349) 23 

24  (9  FR.  10557) 24 

24,  Amendment  1  (9  F.R.  12437)..  '24 

25.  (9   FR     11066) 25 

25.  Amendment  1.  (9  FR.  11389)  ..  '  25 

26.  (9  PR.   11056) 2t> 

26.  Amendment  1.(9  F.R.  11389) ..  '  26 

27.  (9   FR.    11056) 27 

28.  (9   PR.   11603) 23 

28.    (9   F.R.    11676) 29 

30,  (9  PR.   11838) .-  30 

31,  (9  F.R.    11991) -  31 

'  Amendment  1. 
•  Amendment  i. 

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A  B 

Former  title  As  now  designated 

Specific  vage  celling;  regulation:  Supplement 

32.  (9  F.R.   11991)... 32 

33.  (9  FR.   12146) 83 

34.  (9  F.R.   12147) 34 

36.  (9  r.R.   12716) 35 

86;    (9  PR.  13035) 36 

37.  (9  F.R.   13037) 37 

38.  (9  F.R.   13037) 38 

89,    (9   Pit.    13037) 39 

40.  (9  PR.   13038) 40 

41.  (9  P.R.   14275) 41 

42.  (10  F.R.   2706) 42 

43.  (10  F.R.  3825) 43 

43,  Amendment  1.  (10  fH.  3008)  ..  '  43 

44,  (10  Fit.  3008) 44 

'  Amendment  1. 

2.  Hereafter  the  determinations  made 
and  pubUc  notices  Issued  with  respect 
to  maximum  wages  for  areas,  crops, 
classes  of  employers,  or  otherwise  of  agri- 
cultural labor  shall  each  be  designated  as 
Supplements  to  the  Specific  Wage  Cell- 
ing Regulations,  followed  by  the  number 
which  is  assigned  to  it. 

(56  Stat.  76S  (1942).  50  UJS.C.  App.  961 
et  seq.  (Supp.  HI).  57  Stat.  63  (1943). 
50  U.S.C.  964  (Supp.  UI) .  58  Stat.  632 
(1944) ,  E.O.  No.  9250  (3  CFR,  Cum.  Supp. 
p.  1213).  E.O.  9328  (3  CFR,  Cum.  Supp. 
1267) ,  regulations  of  the  Economic  Sta- 
bilization Director,  8  F.R.  11960,  12139. 
16702;  9  F.R.  6035,  14547.  regulations  of 
tUe  War  Food  Administrator,  9  FH.  655, 
12117,  12611;  9  F.R.  831.  12807,  14206; 
10  FM.  3177) 

Issued  this  30th  day  of  March  1945. 

Wilson  R.  Buie. 
Director  of  LcLbor, 
War  Food  Administration. 

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TITLE  30— MINERAL  RESOl  RCES 

Chapter  VI — Solid  Fuels   AdminiRt ration 
for  War 

(SFAW  Reg.  26.  Amdt.  1  ] 

Part  602— General  Orders  and  Directtves 

limitation  of  delivkeies  to  and  receipts 
by  consumers 

SFAW  Regulation  No.  26  Is  hereby 
amended  in  the  following  respects: 

1.  Paragraph  (c)  of  §  602.652  is 
amended  to  read  as  follows: 

(c)  "Less  scarce  solid  fuel"  means  No. 
2  buckwheat  (rice)  anthracite,  semi- 
anthracite  produced  in  the  Bernice  Re- 
giCHi  of  Pennsylvania,  semi-anthracite 
produced  in  Virginia,  reclaimed  beehive 
coke,  run-of-oven  beehive  coke,  bitumi- 
nous coal  produced  In  Colorado.  Iowa, 
Michigan.  Montana,  Utah  and  Wyoming, 
and  lignite. 

2.  The  last  sentence  of  paragraph  (b) 
of  §  602.653  is  amended  to  read  as  fol- 
lows: 

Each  retail  dealer  shall  record  each 
delivery  made  to  domestic  consumers 
during  the  period  from  April  1,  1945  to 
March  31,  1946,  inclusive,  on  the  back 
of  the  Consumer  Declarations  filed  by  the 
consumers:  Provided,  hotvever.  "niat.  un- 
less the  nearest  SFAW  regional  repre- 
sentative or  area  distribution  manafiier 
orders  otherwise,  this  need  not  be  done 


If  the  retail  dealer  flies  a  statement  in 
writing  with  such  regional  representa- 
tive or  area  distribution  manager  in 
which  he  states  that : 

(1)  He  maintains  written  records,  and 
describes  the  book,  card,  or  ledger  where 
they  are  kept,  of  the  dates  on  which  con- 
sumer declarations  and  orders  are  re- 
ceived by  him  and  of  deliveries  to  con- 
sumers in  at  least  as  much  detail  as  would 
be  required  if  such  information  were 
recorded  on  the  back  of  the  consumer 
declarations. 

(2)  Such  written  records  will  be  kept 
in  the  same  office  in  which  he  keeps  con- 
sumer declarations  filed  with  him,  and 
the  address  of  such  office,  and 

(3)  He  knows  that  the  entries  made 
in  such  written  records  are  representa- 
tions to  SFAW  and  that  wilful  falsifica- 
tion of  any  of  such  entries  will  subject 
him  to  criminal  and  civil  liability. 

This  amendment  shall  become  effective 
April  1,  1945. 

(E.O.  9332.  8  FR.  5355;  E.O.  9125,  7  F.R. 
2719;  WPB  Directive  No.  33,  as  amended, 
9  FJR.  84;  sec.  2  (a),  54  Stat.  676,  as 
amended  by  55  Stat.  236,  56  Stat.  176  and 
58  Stat.  827) 

Issued  this  30th  day  of  March  1945. 

C.  Jj  Potter. 
Deputy  Solid  Fuels 
Administrator  for  War. 

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Part   602 — Qeneral  Orders  and  Direc- 
tives 

PROHIBmON  against  DEALER  M-AKING 
CHANGES  OR  FILLING  IN  CERTAIN  ITEMS 
or  CONSUMER  DECLARATION  FORMS  PRE- 
SCRIBED BY   SFAW  REG.  26 

It  appears  that  some  retail  dealers 
question  whether  they  may  lawfully 
write  or  otherwise  place  their  names,  or 
the  names  of  their  companies,  or  adver- 
tising statements  or  slogans,  on  the  Con- 
sumer Declaration  forms  prescribed  by 
SFAW  Regulation  No.  26.  The  answer 
is  no. 

The  SFAW  Consumer  Declaration 
torms  are  governmental  forms.  Their 
filing  is  required  by  law;  generally  they 
have  been  supplied  to  retail  dealers  by 
the  goverrunent ;  and  they  are  to  be  kept 
In  the  custody  of  retfdl  dealers  for  a 
period  of  not  less  than  two  years  for 
and  on  behalf  of  SFAW.  No  retail  dealer 
may  change  any  Item  in  the  form  filled 
out  by  a^onsumer  except  with  the  con- 
sumer's consent.  The  retail  dealer 
should  fill  out  the  space  in  Item  3  of  the 
form  under  the  caption  "Dealer's  Verifi- 
cation." However,  no  retail  dealer  may 
lawfully  write  or  otherwise  place  his 
name,  or  the  name  of  his  company,  or 
advertising  material  on  the  prescribed 
SFAW  Consumer  Declaration  form  be- 
fore he  sends  it  or  makes  It  available  to 
the  consumer. 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1946, 

C.  J.  Potter, 

DeputT/ 
SoHd  Fuels  Administrator  for  War. 

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TITLE  32— NATIONAL  DEFENSE 
Chapter  VI — Selective  Service  System 

I  No.  2851 

Occupational  Questionnaire 

ORDER  prescribing  FORMS 

Pursuant  to  authority  contained  In 
the  Selective  Training  and  Service  Act  of 
1940.  as  amended,  I  hereby  prescribe  the 
following  change  in  DSS  Forms: 

Discontinuance  of  DSS  Form  311,  entnied 
"Occupational  Questionnaire  " 

Discontinuance  of  DSS  Form  312.  entitled 
"Covering  Memorandum  for  Occupailona! 
Questionnaire." 

Discontinuance  of  DSS  Form  313.  entitled 
"Notice  to  Registrant  of  Return  of  Selective 
Service  Occupational  Questionnaire  for  Ccm- 
pletion." 

The  foregoing  change  in  DSS  Forms 
shall  become  a  part  of  the  Selective  Serv- 
ice regulations  effective  within  the  conti- 
nental United  States  immediately  upon 
the  filing  hereof  with  the  Division  of  the 
Federal  Register  and  effective  outside  the 
continental  limits  of  the  United  State? 
on  the  30th  day  after  the  date  of  filing 
hereof  with  the  Division  of  the  Federal 
Register. 

Lewis  B  Hershey, 

Director. 
March  30,  1945, 

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I  No.  286] 

Replacement  and  Individual   Certifica- 
tion 

order  prescribing  forms 

Pursuant  to  authority  contained  in  the 
Selective  Training  and  Service  Act  of 
1940,  as  amended,  I  hereby  prescribe  the 
following  change  in  DSS  Forms: 

Discontinuance  of  DSS  Form  318,  entitled 
"Replacement   Summary  " 

DlBContlnuance  of  DSS  Form  319,  entitled 
"Replacement  Liat." 

DBcontlnuance  of  DSS  Form  320,  entitled 
"Replacement  Schedule  Title  Sheet  '• 

Discontinuance  of  D6S  Form  400-A.  en- 
titled "Replacement  Schedule  Certification  " 

Discontinuance  of  DSS  Form  401-A.  en- 
titled "Individual  Certification,'' 

The  foregoing  discontinuances  shall 
become  a  part  of  the  Selective  Service 
regulations  effective  within  the  continen- 
tal United  States  immediately  upon  the 
filing  hereof  with  the  Division  of  the 
Federal  Register  and  effective  outside  the 
continental  limits  of  the  United  States 
on  the  30th  day  after  the  date  of  filing 
hereof  with  the  Division  of  the  Federal 
Register. 

Lewis  B.  Hershey. 

Director. 

March  30,  1945. 

[F,    R.    Etoc.    45-5214;    Filed,    Mar.    31.    1645, 
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[Amdt,  294] 
Part  616 — Late  Registration 

occupational    QUESTIONNAIRB 

Pursuant  to  authority  contained  in  the 
Selective  Training  and  Service  Act  of 
1940.  as  amended,  Selective  Service  reg- 


a^uW 


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ulations,    Second    Edition,    are    hereby 
amended  in  the  following  respect: 

1.  Amend  the  regulations  by  deleting 
8  616.46  In  its  entirety. 

The  foregoing  amendments  to  the  Se- 
lective Service  regulations  shall  be  effec- 
tive within  the  continental  United  States 
immediately  upon  the  filing  hereof  with 
the  Division  of  the  Federal  Register  and 
shall  be  effective  outside  the  continental 
limits  of  the  United  States  on  the  30th 
day  after  the  date  of  filing  hereof  with 
the  Division  of  the  Federal  Regitser. 

Lewis  B.  Hershey, 

Director. 
M^RCH  30.  1945. 

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P.ART  621 — QXTESTIONNAIRE  AND  OTHER  IN- 
FORMATION To  Be  Used  in  CLAssirviNa 
Registrants 

occupational  questionnaire 
Pursuant  to  authority  contained  in  the 
Selective  Training  and  Service  Act  of 
1940.  as  amended,  Selective  Service  reg- 
ulation';. Second  Edition,  are  hereby 
amended  in  the  following  respect: 

1.  Amend  the  regulations  by  deletins 
?  621.11  in  its  entirety. 

2.  Amend  the  regulations  by  deleting 
S  621.12  in  its  entirety. 

3.  Amend  the  regulations  by  deleting 
§  621.13  in  its  entirety. 

4.  Amend  the  regulations  by  deleting 
5  621.14  in  its  entirety. 

5.  Amend  the  regulations  by  deleting 
§  621.15  in  its  entirety. 

6.  Amend  the  regulations  by  deleting 
5  621.16  in  its  entirety. 

7.  Amend  the  regulations  by  deleting 
5  621.17  in  its  entirety. 

The  foregoing  amendments  to  the  Se- 
lective Service  regulations  shall  be  effec- 
tive within  the  continental  United  States 
Immediately  upon  the  filing  hereof  with 
the  Division  of  the  Federal  Register  and 
shall  be  effective  outside  the  continental 
limits  of  the  United  States  on  the  30th 
day  after  the  date  of  filing  hereof  with 
the  Division  of  the  Federal  Register. 


Lewis  B.  Hershey. 
Director. 
March  30.  1945. 

F     R     DiK     45-5211;    Piled,    Mar.    31,    1945; 
12:30  p.  m  I 


(Amdt.   2961 
Part  642 — Delinquency 

RECORDS 

Pur.suant  to  authority  contained  In  the 
Selective  Tiaining  and  Service  Training 
and  Service  Act  of  1940,  as  amended.  Se- 
lective Service  Regulations,  Second  Edi- 
tion, are  hereby  amended  in  the  following 
respects: 

1.  .A,mend  paragraph  (a)  of  §  642.31  to 
read  as  follows: 

§  642.31  Completing  records  of  man 
liable  for  training  and  service,  (a)  Pro- 
vided they  are  required  and  have  not  al- 
ready been  accomplished,  the  following 
steps  shall  be  taken  in  connection  with 
every  man  who  has  registered  or  who 


Is  required  to  register  under  the  provis- 
ions of  the  Selective  Training  and  Service 
Act  of  1940,  as  amended,  Immediately 
upon  his  reporting  to  or  being  brought 
before  a  local  board  or  immediately  upon 
his  being  taken  into  custody  or  his  being 
placed  in  confinement : 

(1)  He  shall  be  registered  in  accord- 
ance with  Part  616,  provided  that  any 
law-enforcement  official  or  any  other  au- 
thorized person  may  act  asa  registrar. 

(2)  He  shall  complete  his  Selective 
Service  Questionnaire  (Form  40). 

(3)  He  shall  complete  his  Special  Form 
for  Conscientious  Objector  (Form  47). 
when  applicable. 

(4)  He  shall  complete  all  other  neces- 
sary forms. 

(5)  He  may  be  physically  examined. 
If  he  is  in  custody  or  confinement,  the 
institution  physician  may  act  as  the  ex- 
amining physician. 

The  foregoing  amendments  to  the  Se- 
lective Service  regulations  shall  be  eflec- 
tive  within  the  continental  United  States 
immediately  upon  the  filing  hereof  with 
the  Division  of  the  Federal  Register  and 
shall  be  effective  outside  the  continental 
limits  of  the  United  States  on  the  30th 
day  after  the  date  of  filing  hereof  with 
the  Division  of  the  Federal  Register. 

Lewis  B.  Hershey. 

Director. 
March  30,  1945. 

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Chapter  IX— War  I'roduction  Board 

AiTHORiTT:  Regulatlcjns  In  this  chapter, 
unless  otherwise  noted  at  the  end  of  docu- 
ments affected.  Issued  under  sec.  2  (a).  64 
Stat.  676,  as  amended  hy  55  Stat.  236  and  56 
Stat.  177;  EO.  9024,  7  PR  329;  EO  9040.  7 
PR.  527;  EO  9125,  7  P  R.  3719;  WP.B  Reg  1 
as  amended  Dec.  31,  1943,  9  F.R.  64. 

Part  3305 ' — Paperboard 

(Conservation  Order  M  290.  &a  Amended 
Mar.  30.  1945 1 

CONTAINERBOARD 

The  fulfillment  of  requirements  for  the 
defense  of  the  United  State^  has  created 
shortages  in  the  supply  of  containerboard 
and  of  materials  entering  into  the  pro- 
duction of  containerboard  for  defense, 
for  private  account  and  for  expert;  and 
the  following  order  is  deemed  necessary 
and  appropriate  In  the  public  Interest 
and  to  promote  the  national  defen.se. 

§  3305.11  Conservation  Or%r  M-290 — 
(a)  Definitions.  For  the  purpose  of  this 
order : 

(1)  "Producer"  means  a  person_(inj- 
eluding  a  sheet  supplier)  who  makes  con- 
tainerboard in  roll  stock  forrn  or  in  the 
form  of  corrugatedor  solid  fibre  sheets  at 
one  or  more  plants  which  he  owns  or 
controls. 

NoTS:  Subparagraphs  (2)  to  (7)  Inclusive, 
formerly  (1)  to  (6)  redeelgnatcd  Mar.  80, 
1945. 

(2)  "Plant"  means  a  congregation  of 
pulp  preparation,  roll  and  sheft  flnlshlpg 

»l\3rm«rry  Part  8970.  f  8270.1,, 


equipment,  paper  machines  and  subsidi- 
ary facilities  located  and  operatedto- 
gether  as  a  single  producing  unit  for  the 
production  of  containerboard^ 

(3)  "Containerboard"  means  the  types 
and  grades  of  paperboard  classified  un- 
der caption  No.  211000  through  219000 
in  Form  WPB-514,  as  currently  revised. 
It  shall  also  mean  corrugated  or  solid 
fibre  sheec^of  the  kind  used  by  "sheet 
plants"  and  "cleated-bo^  manufac- 
turers" in  making  containers  or  any  other 
product.  The  term  shall  not  include 
any  item  which  is  defined  in  Order  P-146 
as  a  "fibre  shipping  container" — such 
as  a  solid  fibre  (.045  or  heavier)  or  cor- 
rugated fibre  sheet  or  roll  to  be  used  for 
wrapping,  packaging  or  otherwise  pro- 
tecting a  product  or  material  for  ship- 
ment. 

C4)  "Container  manufacturer"  means 
any  person  (including  any  sheet  plant 
operator,  fibre-drum  manufacturer,  and 
any  cleated-box  manufacturer)  who 
manufactures  shipping  containers  or 
parts  therefor,  made  wholly  or  in  part 
from  any  type  of  containerboard. 

(5)  "Sheet-plant"  means  any  con- 
tainer-manufacturing plant  which  does 
not  have  either  corrugating  or  pasting 
equipment. 

<6)  "Cleated-box  manufacturer" 
means  any  manufacturer  of  shipping 
containers  made  of  corrugated  or  solid 
fibre  sheets  attached  to  wooden  cleats. 

<7>  "Sheet  supplier"  means  any  con- 
tainer-manufacturer who  supplies  cor- 
rugated or  solid  fibre  sheets  to  sheet- 
plants,  whether  owned  by  him  or  not. 

Restrictions  on  Delivery  and  Receipt  of 
Containerboard 

(b)  Re.'itrictions  on  acceptance  of  dc- 
livery.  On  and  after  April  1,  1944,  no 
person  shall  accept  delivery  of  container- 
board  except  as  authorized  by  the  War 
Production  Board  in  writing. 

(c)  Sheet  plants  and  cleated  box  man- 
ufacturers. Sheet  plants  and  cleated  box 
manufacturers  who  have  been  authorized 
to  accept  delivery  of  containerboard  may 
place  orders  for  corrugated  or  solid  fibre 
sheets  with  sheet  suppliers.  If  the  or- 
ders have  been  propetLy  certified  as  pro- 
vided in  the  next  paragraph  the  supplier 
may  obtain  the  amount  of  containerboard 
which  he  will  use  to  fill  the  orders  in 
addition  to  that  which  the  War  Produc- 
tion Board  has  permitted  him  to  receive 
by  authorization  issued  directly  to  him. 
In  certifying  his  orders  for  this  addi- 
tional containerboard  the  supplier  shall 
give  his  customer's  authorization  number 
and  date. 

(d)  Delivery  restrictions.  On  and 
after  April  1. 1944,  no  person  shall  deliver 
containerboard  except  on  an  order  ac- 
companied by  a  certificate,  manually 
signed  by  the  purchaser  or  an  authorized 
official  of  the  purchaser,  in  substantially 
the  following  form: 

Authorlred  under  Order  M-290.  Date  of 
authorization ,  authorleatloa  num- 
ber  

This  certificate  shall  constitute  a  repre- 
sentation to  the  War  Production  Board 
(subject  to  the  penalties  of  section  35A 
of  the  United  States  Criminal  Code)  that 
the  purchaser  is  authorized  under  this 
and  other  applicable  War  Production 


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Board  regulations  and  orders  to  place 
the  delivery  order  and  to  receive  the 
Item(s)  ordered  for  the  purpose  for 
which  ordered.  The  standard  certifica- 
tion of  Priorities  Regulation  7  must  not 
be  used  Instead  of  the  certification  de- 
scribed in  this  paragraph  (d). 

(d-1)  Exception  to  requirement  of  au- 
thorization to  receive  containerboard. 
A  person  who  has  been  granted  an  au- 
thorization by  the  War  Production  Board 
to  receive  containerboard  may  deliver 
such  containerboard  to  another  person 
to  be  processed,  and  such  other  person 
need  not  have  War  Production  Board  au- 
thorization or  give  the  required  certifi- 
cate to  accept  the  delivery  if  the  person 
having  the  authorization  retains  owner- 
ship of  the  containerboard  and  invoices 
and  sells  the  end  product  made  from  the 
containerboard.  He  must  report  the 
.«;hipments  of  products  so  made  on  Form 
WPB-3077  in  accordance  with  para- 
graph (V)  below. 

Authorizations 

(e)  V-board.  Normally  authorizations 
to  accept  delivery  of  containerboard  for 
use  in  the  manufacture  of  V-boxes  will 
be  on  a  monthly  basis  and  will  be  issued 
separately  on  Form  WPB-2492,  Supple- 
ment No.  1,  immediately  prior  to  the 
month  in  which  such  containerboard  Is 
to  be  received.  However,  they  may  l>e  is- , 
sued  at  any  other  time  and  in  any  other 
manner  (as  by  telegram  or  letter). 

(f)  Containerboard  other  than  V- 
board.  Authorizations  to  accept  delivery 
of  containerboard  other  than  that  de- 
scribed in  paragraph  (e)  above  will  be 
either: 

(i)  "Basic  authorizations"  which  will 
permit  the  acceptance  of  a  specific 
amount  of  containerboard; 

(ii)  "Incentive  authorizations"  which 
will  permit  the  acceptance  of  an  indef- 
inite amount  of  containerboard  during  a 
particular  quarter.  These  incentive  au- 
thorizations will  be  identified  by  the  in- 
clusion of  the  letter  "X"  in  the  authori- 
zation number.  They  will  be  issued  to 
consumers  of  containerboard  whose 
rating  patterns  as  reported  to  the  War 
Production  Board  on  Portn  WPB-3077 
are  above  average. 

Both  basic  and  incentive  authoriza- 
tions will  generally  be  issued  on  Form 
WPB-2492  on  a  quarterly  basis  prior  to 
the  beginning  of  the  pertinent  quarter. 
They  may,  however,  be  issued  at  any 
other  time  and  in  any  other  manner,  such 
as  by  telegram  or  letter. 

(g)  Specifications  of  suppliers  and  de- 
livery date;  cancellation  or  amendment 
of  aut?iorizations.  (1)  The  authoriza- 
tions described  in  paragraphs  (e)  and 
(f )  above  may  specify  the  supplier  with 
whom  all  or  part  of  the  authorized  orders 
may  be  placed  and  the  date  as  of  which 
said  orders  are  to  be  delivered. 

(2)  The  War  Production  Board  may 
cancel  or  amend  any  authorization  for 
the  purchase  of  containerboard  at  any 
time  prior  to  its  complete  fulfilment. 

Treatment  of  "Basic"  Authorisations 
<h)   Policy.    The  following  paragraphs 


placed  and  filled  during  the  calendar      for  deliveiT  during   that   month,   plus 
quarter  f oFwhIch  the  authorization  was      those  which  he  has  already  delivered 


issued .  To  further  implement  this  pol- 
icy  baslc^authorizations  will  be  originaily 
issued  only  to  the  extent  of  the  contem- 
plated  production  of  containert)oard 
during^he  pertinent  quarter,  less  a  rea- 


sonable safety  factor,  and 
will  be  adjusted 


if  necessary, 
from  time  to  time  to 


conform  with  variations  in  production 
trends  and  military^reqiiirwnents^ 

<1)   Definitions.    For  the  purposes  of 
and  of  paragraphs 
basic  orders"  are  all 


this  paragraph  (h) 
(i)  and  (j)  below  " 


those  which  do  not  have  the  letter  "X  ' 
in  the  authorization  number  which  must 


during  that  month,  call  for  a  tonnaje  of 
containerboard  equal  to  at  least  33  ^3 
percent  of  that  prodjuced._a^allj)lants 
he~owns  or  controls,  during  the  corre- 
sponding calendar  quarter  of  1944.  Or- 
ders^arried  over  from  a  previous  month 
may  not  be  crated  to  the  tonnage  spec- 
ified  in  this^ubparagraph.  ^unless  this 
w-aTdone  at  the  wri t ten  request  of  the 
customer  K 

(iv)  He  may_reject  orders  calling  for 
delivery  during  the  third  month  of  any 
calendal^ quarter  at  any  time  when  the 
basic  orders  which  he  has  on  Jils  schedule 
for  delivery^uring  the  quarter,  plus  those 


be  set  forth  in  the  certificate  provided  by 

paragraph  <d).  The  term  shairinclude  which  he  has  already  delivered  during 
"V-board"  orders  and  small  delivery  or-  the  quarter,  call  for  a  tonnage  of  con- 
ders  (see  paragraphs  (k)  and:  tP  ) . 

"Incentive  orders"  are  those  which  do 
havelthe  letter^'X''Tn  the  authorization 


number. 

( i )  Preferential  treatment  of  basic  au- 
thorizations.  No  producer  shall  fill  any 
order  for  containerboard,  which  is  certi- 
fied  as  carrying  an  incentive  authorize  - 
tTon,  in  any  calendar  quarter  during 
which  he  has  not  previously  shipped, 
from  all  plants  he  owns  or  controls,  on 


tainerboard  equal  to  at  least  95  percent 
of  that  produced^atjdl  pliant s  he  ow-ns 
or  controls,  during  the  corresponding  cal- 
endar quarter  of  1944.  Orders  carried 
over  from  a  previous  quarter  may  n^tjbe 
credited  to  the  tonnage  specified  injliis 
subparagraph,  (unless  this  was^one_at 
the  written  requesFof  the  customer). 

( V )  He  must  reject  any_order  which  he 
receTves^after  the  end  of  the  quarter  for 


which  the  authorization  covering  the  or- 
basic  or^rs,a  tonnageofcontainerboard  -^^^  ^^^  [siU^r*  AuthorizaTion'numbers: 
equal  to  at  least  95  percent  of  the  total 
production  of  containerboard,  at  these 


(j)   Acceptance,  fulfillment  and  plac 


which  must  be  certified  to  suppliers  ac- 
cording  to  paragraph  (d),  will  identify 
plants.^uring  the_correspwiding  quarter      th^ujirteTfor^i^^ch  the  authorization 

9ll^j^^^^P9i:^Jl^F^^^]\' :      i£^lid" bjTthT'firitdTgit'following  tjie 

letters  "in  the  authorization  number. 
Thlsliumber  will  be  "6"  for  the  second 
quarter  of  1948.  (such  as  CB-^-000).  '^" 
for  the  third  quarter  of  1945,  and_so  on.  ^ 
(vT)  In  any  case  where  he  is  of  the 
opinion  that  the"filling  of  an  order  for 
containerboard  would  substantially  re- 
duce his  over-all  prodiiction.  owing  to  the 
on  or  before  the  tenth  of  April  1945  ,^^nd  l^gV^small  size  of  the  order /its  speci  - 
hemay^reject  orders  caUing  for  delivery  fictions,  or  otherwise,  he  m^pply  f^r 
in  any  subsequent  month  which  are  re-  f^ugf  to  the  Paperboard  Division^f  the 
ceived  on  or  before  the  seventh  day  of      wttFPi^uctiMi'Bo8irdr~The  War  Pro-' 

that  month.  ^  duction  Board  may  release  him  from  his 

(11)  He  may  reject  orders  calling  for      obUgation  to  accept  and  fill  such  order. 


ina  of  authorized  orders. 

(1)  Acceptance  of  orders.  Each  pro- 
ducer  of  containerboard  must  accept 
basic  orders  in  the  order  in  which  they 
are  received  by  him,  except: 

(i)  He  may  reject  orders  calling  for 
delivery  in  April,  1945,  which  are  received 


delivery  during  the  first  month  of_any 
calendar  quarter  at  any  time  when  the 
basic  orders  which  he  has  on  his  sehedule 
for  delivery  during  that  month 


(vii)  He  may  reject  an  order,  if  the 
person  seeking  to  place  it  is  unwilling  or 
unable  to  meet  his  regularly  established 


those  which  he  has  already  delivered  dur 

of 


plus      prices  and  ternis^f  sale  or  payment. 


(2)  Notiflcationof  filling  of  schedules. 
ing  that  month,  call  for  a  tonnage  of  Each  month,  each  producer  shall  notify 
containerboard  equal  to  at  least  33 '3  tlie  PrperboardDivTsionof  the  War  Pro- 
percent  of  that  produced,  at  all  plants      dkictiorTBoardTin^writrng,  as  soon  as  he 


he  owns  or  controls,  during  the  corre 
spending  calendar  quarter  of  1944.    Or 


ders  carried  over  from  a  previous  month 


has  accepted  basic  orders  for  delivery, 
during  that  month,  in  the  amounts  speci- 
fied in~su'bpa'ragraphs  (1)   (ii),  (1)  <iii » 

may  not  be  credited  to  the  tonnage  speci-      anTTp^iv)  of  this  paragraph  (j).    If, 

fled  in  this  subparagraph,  (unless  this  "  " 

was  done  at  the  written  request  of  the 

customer ) . 

(iii)  He  may  reject  orders  calling  for 


(d) 


SidrTj))~a7e  "directed  at  assuring^      delivery  during  the  second  month  of  any 


after  giving  thlsliotice,  a  producer's  or- 
ders  scheduled  for  delivery  during  the 
month  are  reduced  (due  to  customers' 
cancellations,  cut  backs  or  postponement 
of    orders^  etc.)     below  -^the    specified 


insofar  as  is  possible,  that  all  orders  cov- 
ered~by~  basic    authorizations    can    be 


calendar  quarter,  at  any  time  when^  the      amounts — and  such  reduction  continues 
basic  orders  which  bi§  has  otThis  schedule      foF'more  than  twenty-four  hpurs—he 


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ThiQ  nrripr 


vided  they  are  required  and  have  not  al- 
ready been  accomplished,  the  following 
steps  shall  be  taken  in  connection  with 
every  man  who  has  registered  or  who 


(2)  "Plant"  means  a  congregation  of  (subject  to  the  penalties  of  section  35A 

pulp  preparation.  roUindlh^flnishiiQg  ^l  t^«  United  States  Criminal  Code)  that 

a»  — ■ — — ^—  the  purchaser  Is  authorized  under  this 

«TormerI5rp»rt  8970.  1 8270.1,,  and  other   applicable  War  Production 


(<\)   and  (j))  are  directed  at  assuring.      uciivci  j  uui^^i  i.^^^  o^^^^^  .^^^^s,..  ^.  ^.^^ 


UiUClO* 


Kf\^^\J  rw 


insofar  as  is  possible,  that  all  orders  cov- 
ered  by   basic    authorizations    can    be 


calendar  quarter,  at  any  time  when^  t^he      amounts — and  such  reduction  continues 
basTc  orders  which  he  has  ocThis  schedule      for~more  than  twenty-four  hpurs—he 


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must  immediately  advise  the  Paperboard 
Division  of  the  War  Production  Board.  Irx 
writing,  that  his  original  notice^ls  withj- 
drawn. 

(3»  Delivery  at  orders.  If  a  producer 
fails  to  deliver  a  basic  order,  which  he  has 
acc.'pted,  diirinK  the  month  in  wluch  de- 
livery i.s  cailt'd  fur,  he  must  deliver  it  as 
soon  a.s  possible  thereafter,  in  preference 
to  all  other  orders  except  orders  for  V 
or  W  bop.i  d.  H  '  must  do  this  even  if  de- 
livery is  trftcted  after  the  end  of  the 
quarter  in  wiiich  liu'  purchase  order  v;as 
placed. 

This  I  lUf  does  not  apply  to  orders  based 
upcn  incentive  authorizations.  No  per- 
.son  mny  deliver  and  no  person  rnay  ac- 
cept delivery  oL  containerboard.  pursuant 
lu  incenlive  authorizaMons  unlesj;  the 
ccntamcrboard  \vi:s  'n  transit  to  the  pur- 
chaser on  or  before  the  last  day  of  the 
calendar  quarter  for  winch  the  incentive 
authorization  was  issued. 

(4»  Variation  of  percentages  in  indi- 
j'iuua!  (  a.>i's-.  The  War  Production  Board 
may  increase  the  percentage  of  past  pro- 
duction which  any  producer  must  sell 
and  deliver  on  basic  orders  i  paragraphs 
<i'  and  ij'  '.  or  which  he  must  produce 
•  paragrapii  'mi  >.  where  facilities  have 
been  exuandfd  since  the  base  period,  or 
increased  produrliou  is  expected  for 
other  reasons.  On  application  from  a 
producer,  the  War  Production  Board  may 
reduce  said  pcr'.'entJG;es  in  cnses  whire 
breakdowns,  work  stoppac,<s.  raw  mate- 
rial shorlaKes,  etc,  justify  a  reduction. 

i5>  Lvnitatioii  u7i  placing  of  orders. 
No  person  may  place  orders  for  contain- 
erboard. dunnn  either  of  the  first  two 
montlis  of  any  calendar  quarter,  for  more 
than  36-^  J  percent  of  his  basic  authori- 
zation for  tliat  quarter.  However,  this 
shall  not  prevent  any  person  from  plac- 
ing an  order  for  one  full  ci^.rload  of  con- 
tainerboard in  each  month,  providins  lie 
does  not  exceed  the  tonna^;e  he  is  au- 
thorized  to  accept  under  this  order 

Exceptions  for  Small  Deliveries 
Note:   Paraijrapli.s  (ki  and  (1),  formerly  ii) 
and  ()•    redesign. itcd  Mar.  30.  1946 

ik»  Pfi/c/in.vt rs.  A  person  who  accepts 
delivery  of  le.ss  than  2'2  tons  of  contain- 
erboard from  nil  sources  in  any  calendar 
quarter  shall  not  be  required  to  obtain 
the  written  authorization  of  the  War 
Production  Board  to  get  containerboard 
in  that  quarter.  However,  when  he  buys 
in  lots  of  more  than  fifty  pounds  he  must 
accompany  his  order  with  a  certificate 
in  the  following  form: 

Tlie  undersigned  certifies  that  the  amount 
of  containerboard  delivered  to  him  and  or- 
dered for  delivery  to  him  during  the  calendar 
quarter  in  which  delivery  of  this  order  is  to 
be  made  (including  the  amount  specified  In 
thlB  delivery  order),  does  not  exceed  2'^  tons. 

Any  person  may  accept  delivery  of  con- 
tainerboard in  lots  of  less  than  fifty 
pounds  without  the  authorization  of  the 


War  Production  Board  and  without  filing 
the  foregoing  certificate. 

(1)  Suppliers.  Any  supplier  of  con- 
tainerboard may  deliver  It  to  a  person 
purchasing  in  accordance  with  the  pre- 
ceding paragraph  (k)  regardless  of  the 
provisions  of  paragraph  (d)  of  this  order. 

Production  of  Containerboard 

im»  Required  production.  No  pro- 
ducer may  manufacture  any  paperboard 
as  defined  in  Order  M-378,  of  a  grade 
which  is  not  listed  in  Direction  1  of  Ord^r 
M-93  at  any  plant,  during  any  calendar 
quarter,  unless  the  total  tonnage  of  con- 
tainerboard produced  in  that  quarter,  at 
all  plants  he  owns  or  controls,  is  at  least 
as  great  as  the  tonnage  of  container- 
board  produced  at  .said  plants  in  the  cor- 
respondlng  quarter  of  1944. 

Directions 

Note  Paragraphs  (n)  to  (w).  Inclusive, 
formerly  (ki  to  (tt,  rrdcsik'nated  Mar.  30. 
1945. 

<n>  Directions.  The  War  Produciion 
Board  may,  from  time  to  time,  issue  di- 
rections of  the  following  kinds: 

(1)  Mill  production.  Directions  re- 
quiring that  all  or  any  part  of  any  plain  s 
or  producer's  containerboard  production 
durin.g  any  period  shall  be  In  specified 
types  and  grades.  Such  direction^;  will 
not  be  inconsistent  with  Order  M-93  or 
actions  taken  under  that  order. 

(2>  Mill  shipment.  Directions  requir- 
ing that  all  or  any  part  of  any  plant  s 
or  producer's  containerboard  production 
shall  be  shipped  (in  such  quantities, 
types,  and  grades  as  may  be  specified)  to 
specifird  persons  and  at  speciflrd  time.  , 
whether  or  not  the  containerboard  is 
produced  for  other  persons. 

(3)  Sheet-supplier  shipments.  Direc- 
tions requiring  that  all  or  any  part  of 
any  sheet-suppUer's  supply  of  container- 
board  sheets  .shall  be  shipped  in  such 
quantities,  types,  and  grades  as  may  be 
specified,  to  specified  sheet-plants  or 
cleated-box  manufacturers. 

(4»  Observance  of  directions.  Direc- 
tions issued  pursuant  to  this  paragraph 
(ni  shall,  to  the  extent  stated  therein, 
take  precedence  over  other  deliveries  of 
containerboard.  The  War  Production 
Board  may  (with  or  without  conditions' 
rescind  or  modify  any  directions  issued 
pursuant  to  this  paraMraph  in)  in  any 
case  in  which  it  decides  that  there  are 
special  circumstances  which  would  cause 
fulfillment  of  the  direction  to  be  imprac- 
tical. In  order  to  receive  consideration, 
such  special  circumstances  must  be  pre- 
sented by  telegram  or  letter  to  the  War 
Production  Board  within  seventy-two 
hours  after  they  have  arisen.  If  the 
War  Production  Board  shall,  after  re- 
ceipt of  such  facts,  not  give  its  written 
approval  to  an  application  for  rescission 
or  modification  of  a  direction,  the  direc- 
tion shall  be  fulfilled  in  accordance  with 
its  original  terms. 

Unless  the  War  Production  Board  spe- 
cifically permits  him  to  do  so,  in  writ- 
ing, no  plant  or  producer  or  other  sup- 
plier shall  require  customers  to  deliver 
waste  in  return  for  containerboard 
shipped  on  any  authorized  order. 


Restrictions  on  Use  of  Authorized 
Containerboard 

(o)  Use  of  authorized  or  directed  con- 
tainerboard. Authorizations  or  direc- 
tions Issurtl  under  paragraphs  (e) .  (f ) .  or 
(n)  may  specify  the  use  to  which  all  or 
any  part  of  the  authorized  or  directed 
containerboard  may  be  put.  In  such 
cases,  no  r>er.son  shall  use  any  such  con- 
tainerboard except  for  the  purpose  speci- 
fied. This  prohibition  does  not,  however, 
prevent  the  substitute  use  of  any  equiva- 
lent amount  of  containerboard  of  suit- 
able grades. 

(p)  Production  directions.  The  War 
Production  Board  may,  from  time  to 
time,  direct  any  person  to  fill  any  desig- 
nated order  or  class  of  orders  involving 
the  use  of  containerboard  and  to  use  in 
filling  that  order,  any  allocated  or  un- 
allocated containerboard  available  to 
him. 

iqi  Restricliojis  on  usage  of  Kraft  as 
a  corrugating  media.  No  Kraft  conlain- 
ti board  may  be  used  as  corrugatiny 
media  except  for  V  and  W  boxes.  For 
the  purposes  of  this  paragraph  "Kraft 
containerboard"  shall  mean  a  grade  of 
paperboard  of  full  bending  quality  manu- 
factured on  a  Fourdnnier  or  a  Cylinder 
mnchine  from  a  furnish  of  at  least  70 
percent  virRin  Kraft  wood  pulp  oj-  Kraft 
wood  pulp  screenings. 

Ratings 

(ri  Profubition  against  use  of  ratings. 
No  person  shall  use  any  rating  to  get 
containerboard  and  no  person  selling 
containerboard  shall  require  a  rating  as 
a  condition  of  sale.  Any  rating  pur- 
porting to  be  applied  or  extended  to 
containerboard  shall  be  void  and  no  per- 
son shall  give  any  effect  to  it  in  filling  an 
order. 

Inventory  Restrictions 

(s>  Inventories.  No  person  shall 
knowingly  deliver  to  any  person,  and  no 
person  shall  accept  delivery  of  any 
quantity  of  containerboard  if  the  total 
inventory  in  the  hands  of  the  person 
accepting  delivery  is,  or  by  virtue  of 
acceptance  will  become,  either  (1)  in 
excess  of  two  carloads,  or  (2  >  in  excess  of 
his  reasonably  anticipated  requirements 
for  the  next  thirty  days,  whichever  is 
greater. 

tt »  Amounts  of  containerboard  which 
may  be  ordered.  No  person  may  place 
ordei-s  for  more  containerboard  than  he 
has  been  authorized  to  receive  under  this 
order,  regardless  of  whether  or  not  he 
intends  to  cancel  or  reduce  some  of  his 
orders  before  they  are  delivered. 

In  addition,  authorized  purchase  orders 
must  specify  delivery  at  a  time  when  a 
person  reasonably  anticipates  that  he  will 
be  entitled  to  receive  the  amount  of  con- 
tainerboard he  has  ordered  within  the  in- 
ventory limitations  of  Priorities  Regula- 
tion No.  1  or  of  paragraph  <s)  of  this 
order,  whichever  is  the  more  restrictive. 

Applications  and  Reports 

(u)  Applications  for  permission  to  re- 
ceive containerboard.  Each  person  re- 
quiring authorization  to  accept  delivery 
of  containerboard  during  any  calendar 


quarter  shall  file  appUcation  on  Form 
WPB-2492  in  the  manner  and  at  the 
time  stated  in  the  instructions  on  that 

Form.  . 

(V)  Reports  required  from  all  contain- 
er manufacturers.  Each  container  man- 
ufacturer who  requires  authorization  for 
the  acceptance  of  containerboard  <1.  e. 
all  those  who  are  not  exempt  from  this 
requirement  under  paragraph  (k)  shall 
report  to  the  War  Production  Board  on 
Form  WPB-3077  in  accordance  with  the 
instructions  appearing  on  that  form. 

(W)  Reports  by  manufacturers  of  V- 
boxes.  In  addition  to  the  reports  re- 
quired by  paragraphs  (u>  and  u^> ,  above 
each  manufacturef  of  V-boxes  shall,  on 
or  before  the  10th  day  of  each  month, 
report  to  the  War  Production  Board  on 
Form  WPB-2492-Supplement  No.  1.  in 
accordance  with  the  instructions  on  that 

form. 

<x)   Reports  by  producers  of  container - 

hr>ard.  Each  producer  shall,  on  or  before 
the  fifth  day  of  each  month  report  to  the 
War  Production  Board_on_Porni^PB- 
3850Tn  accordanceViUiJhe^nstru^io^^ 
on  that  form. 

NoTx:  Paragraphs  (y)  and  (z),  formerly 
(Ui  and  (V»,  redesignated  Mar.  30,  1945. 

(y)  Budget  approval.  The  reporting 
reqiurements  set  forth  in  paragraphs  'P_, 
(U).  (V) .  (w)  and  (x>  of  this  order  have 
beeiT  approved  by  the  Bureau  of  the 
Budget  pursuant  to  the  Federal  Reports 
Act  of  1942. 

(z)  Other  reports.  All  persons  af- 
fected by  this  order  shall  execute  and  file 
With  the  War  Production  Board,  such 
other  reports  and  questionnaires  as  said 
Board  shall  from  time  to  time  request 
subject  to  the  approval  of  the  Bureau  of 
the  Budget  pursuant  to  the  Federal  Re- 
ports Act  of  1942. 

Miscellaneous 

Note:  Paragraphs  (aa)  to  (dd)  Inclusive, 
formerly  (W)  to  (z(,  redesignated  Mar.  30, 
1945. 

<aal  Multiple  function  organizations. 
Where  any  person  (including  any  parent 
subsidiary  organization)  engages  in  two 
or  more  of  the  types  of  operations  sub- 
ject to  this  order  (for  Instance,  if  he  is 
both  a  producer  or  supplier  and  a  con- 
verter of  containerboard) ,  the  provisions 
of  this  order  applicable  to  each  type  of 
function  shall  apply  separately  to  his 
operations  of  that  type.  For  example, 
a  container-manufacturer  may  not  re- 
ceive containerboard  from  his  own  mill 
without  an  authorization;  or  part  or  all 
of  that  miirs  production  may  be  made 
the  subject  of  a  direction  under  para- 
graph (n). 

(bb)  Violations.  Any  person  who  wil- 
fully violates  any  provision  of  this  order, 
or  who,  in  connection  with  this  order  wil- 
fully conceals  a  material  fact,  or  fur- 
nishes false  information  to  any  depart- 
ment or  agency  of  the  United  States  is 
guilty  of  a  crime,  and  upon  conviction 
may  be  punished  by  fine  or  imprison- 
ment. In  addition,  any  such  person  may 
be  prohibited  from  making  or  obtaining 
further  deliveries  of,  or  from  processing 
or  using,  material  under  priority  control 
and  may  be  deprived  of  priorities 
as.si3tance. 


(CO)  AppUcahHity  of  regulations.  Thia 
order  and  all  transactions  affected 
hereby  are  subject  to  all  applicable  W*r 
Production  Board  regulations,  ai 
amended  from  time  to  time. 

(dd)  Communications  to  War  Produc- 
tion Board.    All  reports  required  to  be 
filed  hereunder  and  all  communications 
concerning  this  order,  shall,  unless  oth- 
erwise directed,  be  addressed  to:  War 
Production  Board,  Paperboard  Division, 
Washington  25,  D.  C,  Ref.:  M-290. 
Issued  this  30th  day  of  March  1945. 
War  Prodtjction  Board, 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan, 

Recording  Secretary. 
IF.    R    Doc.    45-5171;    Filed,    Mar.    30,    1945; 
5:04  p.  m.] 


Part  3305— Paperboard 

[Conservation  Order  M-290,  Interpretation  1, 
as  Amended  Mar.  30,  1945] 

The  following  amended  interpretation 
is  issued  with  respect  to  Conservation 
Order  M-290: 

Paragraph  (b)  of  Order  M-290  provides 
that  no  person  shall  accept  delivery  of  con- 
tainerboard except  aa  authorized  by  the  War 
Production  Board  In  writing.  This  prohibi- 
tion Is  not  only  applicable  to  container  man- 
ufacturers, sheet  plants,  cleated  box  manu- 
facturers, etc.,  but  covers  any  person  who  re- 
quires the  materiala  defined  as  container- 
board  by  paragraph  (a)  (3)  for  any  purpose. 
For  instance,  manufacturers  of  insulation, 
cedar  closets,  filing  cabinets,  and  all  other 
users  of  containerboard  are  barred  from  ac- 
cepting delivery  of  this  material  without 
authorization.  Pursuant  to  paragraph  (d) 
a  person  who  delivers  containerboard  to  any 
person  (not  alone  container  manufacturers) 
except  on  an  order  certified  as  provided  In 
that  paragraph  la  in  violation  of  Order  M-290. 

The  material  defined  as  containerboard  in 
paragraph  (a)  (3)  la  any  grade  of  paperboard 
classified  u"Hder~caption  No.  211,000  through 
219  000  in  Form  WPB-514  and  any  corrugated 
or  solid  fibre  sheets  of  the  kind  used  by  sheet 
plants  and  cleated  box  manufacturers  In 
making  containers  or  any  other  product.  If 
the  sheets  are  of  a  kind  used  by  sheet  plants 
or  cleated  box  manufacturers,  they  are  cov- 
ered by  the  order  and  cannot  be  acquired 
without  authorization,  regardless  of  whether 
they  are  to  be  tiaed  for  the  fabrication  of 
containers  or  not.  ^^ 

Cases  falling  within  the  "small  deliveries 
exceptions  provided  by  paragraphs  (k)_and 

(1)  of  the  order  are  an  exception  to  this  rule, 
fir  addition,  attention  la  called  to  the  fact 
that  items  which  fall  within  the  definition 
of  "fibre  shipping  containers"  in  Order  P-146 
are  excluded  from  the  definition  of  "contain- 
erboard '  in  Order  M-290. 
Issued  this  30th  day  of  March  1945. 
War  Prodtjction  Board, 
By  J.  Joseph  Whklan, 
•  Recording  Secretary. 

|F.    R.    Doc.    45-5297;    Filed,    Mar.    30,    1945; 
5:04  p.  m.] 


Part  984— Lead 

[General  Preference  Order  M-38,  as  amended 

Mar.  31,  1945] 

The  fulfillment  of  requirements  for  the 
defense  of  the  United  States  has  created 
a  shortage  in  the  supply  of  lead  for  de- 
fense for  private  account  and  for  export; 
and  the  following  order  is  deemed  neces- 
sary and  appropriate  in  the  public  in- 
terest and  to  promote  the  national  de- 
fense : 


i  984.1  General  Preference  Order  M- 
38- (a)  Scope  of  the  order.  This  order 
controls  generally  the  use  of  lead  and 
lead  products.  l«ad  and  lead  products 
may  be  used  only  for  the  items  and  pur- 
poses set  forth  in  the  order.  Other  re- 
strictions may  also  be  found  in  other  or- 
ders of  the  War  Production  Board  relat- 
ing to  particular  articles  or  parts.  In 
such  case  the  more  restrictive  provision 
governs.  In  no  ca^e  shall  any  person  use, 
purchase,  sell,  dehver  or  accept  delivery 
of  any  lead  in  violation  of  this  order. 

(b)  Definitions.  For  the  purpose  of 
this  order: 

(D  "Lead"  means  metallic  lead,  In- 
cluding any  alloy  containing  50 '"c  or  more 
by  weight  of  metallic  lead.  It  includes 
soft  and  antimonial  lead  produced  from 
foreign  or  domestic  ores,  scrap,  drosses, 
or  other  lead  bearing  material,  as  well 
as  scrap  lead  and  alloys  in  which  the 
lead  content  is  50%  or  more  by  weight. 

(2)  "Lead  product"  means  lead  in  the 
form  of  sheet,  pipe,  ingot,  castings,  and 
foil. 

(3)  "Refiner"  means  any  person  who 
produces  lead  in  refinery  shapes,  and  in- 
cludes any  person  who  has  such  lead  "pro- 
duced for  him  under  toll  agreement. 

(4)  "Dealer"  means  any  person  who 
procures  lead  either  by  importing  or  from 
domestic  sources  for  sale  or  resale  with- 
out change  in  form,  whether  or  not  such 
person  receives  title  to  or  physical  de- 
livery of  the  material,  and  includes  sell- 
ing agents,  warehousemen,  and  brokers. 

(5)  "Military  order'"  means  a  specific 
contract  or  sub-contract  necessitating 
the  use  of  lead  or  lead  products  in  the 
manufacture  of  any  product,  or  any 
component  to  be  physically  incorporated 
into  such  products,  produced  for  or  for 
the  account  of  the  Army  or  Navy  of  the 
United  States,  Maritime  Commission, 
War  Shipping  Administration.  Veterans 
Administration  or  Office  of  Scientific  Re- 
search and  Development. 

(6>  "Implement  of  war"  means  com- 
bat end  products,  complete  for  tactical 
operations  (including,  but  not  limited  to, 
aircraft,  ammunition,  armaments,  weap- 
ons, ships,  tanks,  military  vehicles  and 
radio  and  radar  equipment  >.  and  any 
parts  assemblies  or  materials  to  be  in- 
corporated in  any  of  the  foregoing  items. 
This  term  does  not  include  facilities  or 
equipment  used  to  manufacture  the  fore- 
going items. 

(7>  "Use"  means  to  melt,  form  or  al- 
loy lead  for  introduction  into  an  end 
product  or  a  component  thereof. 

(8>  "Item"  means  any  article  or  com- 
ponent thereof. 

(c)  Prohibitions  on  use.  On  and  after 
April  1,  1945,  no  person  shall  use  lead  or 
lead  products  except  for  the  items  and 
purposes  and  subject  to  the  qualifications 
set  forth  in  List  I  of  this  order,  and  then 
only  to  the  extent  necessary  to  meet 
applicable  specifications  or  for  the  proper 
service  performance  of  the  end  product 
or  where  the  use  of  any  less  critical  ma- 
terial is  impracticable  or  when  satisfac- 
tory substitutes  are  prohibited  in  other 
War  Production  Board  orders. 

(d)  Special  directions.  The  War  Pro- 
duction Board  may  at  any  time  issue  spe- 
cial directions  to  any  person  respecting 


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the  production,  distribution,  delivery,  or 
acceptance  of  delivery  of  lead. 

(et  Lead  from  Metals  Reserve  Com- 
pany. Any  person  unable  to  obtain  pig 
lead  from  the  regular  sources  of  supply 
and  wishing  to  procure  pig  lead  from  the 
Metals  Reserve  Company  must  make  ap- 
plication In  writing  to  the  War  Produc- 
tion Board  on  Form  WPB-95,  not  later 
than  the  20th  of  the  month  preceding 
that  of  shipment. 


spect  to  the  statement  of  manpower  re- 
quirements which  must  be  submitted 
with  any  appeal. 

(j)  Priorkties  Regulation  No.  25.  Re- 
quests for  exceptions  from  the  restric- 
tions of  this  order  may  not  be  made 
under  the  provisions  of  Priorities  Regu- 
lation No.  25.  The  use  of  lead  for  pro- 
duction authorized  under  Priorities 
Regulation  No.  25  prior  to  January  1, 
1946,  will  be  subject  to  the  restrictions 


cations  or  for  the  proper  service  perfonnancp 
of  the  end  product  or  where- the  use  of  anv 
less  critical  material  is  impracticable  u: 
when  satisfactory  substitutes  are  prohibited 
In  other  War  Production  Board  orders. 

1.  Ammunition  for  Military  Orders. 

2.  Anchorages   for   military   and    Industrl.i! 

equipment  and  components.  Including- 
expansion  bolt«  and  shields. 
8.  Anodes  for  electrolytic  refining,  chrom- 
ium  plating   and   for   lead   plating   ns 
permitted  in  Item  36  of  this  lilst. 


33.  Lead  wire  for  determining  gear  bearing 

clearances. 

34.  Lining  for  acid  lockers. 

35.  Lubricant  for  cold  drawing  of  steel  prod- 

ucts. 
36    Manufacture  and  moulding  of  plastics. 

37.  Medical,  dental  and  veterinarian  equip- 

ment and  instruments. 

38.  Metallic  and  semi-metallic  packing. 

39.  Parterns  and  dies. 

40.  Plating  or  coating  where  lead  is  used  in 

place    of    either    cadmium    or    tin,    or 


64.  For  use  to  comply  with  safety  regula- 
tions issued  under  Government  au- 
thority which  requires  the  use  of  lead 
to  the  extent  employed,  or  In  safety 
equipment. 

[F.    R.   Doc.    4&-5186;    Piled,   Mar.   31,    1945; 
11:33  a.  in.] 


Part  3270 — Containers 
[Limitation  Order  Lr-197,  as  Amended   Mar, 


not  be  used  for  the  purpose  for  which 
It  was  intended  due  to  some  defect  in  it. 
(5)  "Naval  store  products"  mean 
those  materials  which  are  directly  de- 
rived from  the  oleo-resinous  secretions 
of  various  species  of  coniferous  trees. 
The  term  includes  resins  and  liquid  ter- 
pines.  both  crude  and  refined,  and  spe- 
cial materials  derived  from  thc-^e  and 
such  related  products  as  tall  oil  and 
pine  tars.  , 


tainorboard  in  lots  of  less    than    fifty 
pounds  without  the  authorization  of  the 


waste    in    return    for    containerboard 
shipped  on  any  authorized  order. 


quiring  authorization  to  accept  delivery 
of  containerboard  during  any  calendar 


or  using,  material  under  priority  control 
and  may  be  deprived  of  priorities 
assistance. 


sary  and  appropriate  in  the  public  in- 
terest and  to  promote  the  national  de- 
fense: 


UU\^LiUi.l 


m*  V4  »**»i*^ 


cial  directions  to  any  person  respecting 


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FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  AprU  3,  1945 


3.>2- 


the  production,  distribution,  delivery,  or 
acceptance  of  delivery  of  lead. 

(et  Lead  from  Metals  Reserve  Com- 
pany. Any  person  unable  to  obtain  pig 
lead  from  the  regular  sources  of  supply 
and  wishing  to  procure  pig  lead  from  the 
Metals  Reserve  Company  must  make  ap- 
plication In  writing  to  the  War  Produc- 
tion Board  on  Form  WPB-95,  not  later 
than  the  20th  of  the  month  preceding 
that  of  shipment. 

(f)  Inventory  restrictions.  No  per- 
son shall  knowingly  deliver  to  any  per- 
son and  no  person  shall  accept  delivery 
of  any  quantity  of  pig  lead  if  the  total 
inventory  of  pig  lead  in  the  hands  of  the 
person  accepting  delivery  is,  or  by  vir- 
tue of  the  acceptance  will  become,  in 
excess  of  his  reasonable  anticipated  re- 
quirements for  permissible  uses  in  the 
next  45  days  (except  where  a  minimum 
carload  quantity  requested  by  OflQce  of 
Defense  Transportation  exceeds  these 
restrictions).  The  restrictions  of  this 
paragraph  do  not  apply  to  a  refiner, 
dealer,  or  scrap  dealer. 

(g)  Restrictions  on  Sale  and  Delivery 
of  new  articles  containing  lead.  No 
manufacturer  shall  sell  or  deliver  any 
new  articles  of  the  kinds  hsted  below, 
which  contain  lead.  For  the  purpose  of 
this  paragraph,  a  new  article  is  an  arti- 
cle which  has  not  been  used  by  an 
ultimate  consumer: 

(1)  Buttons,  badges,  emblems  and 
regalia  (except  for  sale  to  the  Army  or 
Navy  of  the  United  States,  the  War 
Shipping  Administration,  the  United 
States  Maritime  Commission  or  the  Vet- 
erans Administration). 

(2)  Costume  jewelry,  novelties  and 
trophies. 

(3)  Games  or  toys. 

(4)  Tennis  court  markers. 

(5)  Statuary  and  art  goods  (except 
church  goods). 

(h)  Restrictions  on  sales  and  deliv- 
eries of  lead.  No  person  shall  sell  or 
deliver  any  lead  to  any  person  If  he 
knows,  or  has  reason  to  believe,  such  ma- 
terial is  to  be  used  In  violation  of  the 
terms  of  this  order. 

(i)  Appeals.  Any  appeal  from  the  re- 
strictions of  this  order  must  be  filed  by 

letter  in  duplicate  to  the  War  Produc- 
tion Board,  Tin,  Lead  and  Zinc  Lhvi- 
slon.  Washington  25,  D.  C.  Ref.  M-38, 
giving  Jostiflcation  for  the  appeal  with 
necessary  supporting  data,  such  data 
should  include: 

(1)  Product  in  which  the  lead  will  be 
used. 

(2)  Period  of  time,  not  exceeding  one 
calendar  quarter,  for  which  relief  is  re- 
quested. 

(3)  Monthly  schedule  of  amount  of 
lead  to  be  used. 

(4)  Prime  contract  numbers  on  mili- 
tary orders. 

<5)  If  the  appeal  is  filed  because  the 
restrictions  on  use  of  lead  will  prevent 
the  filling  of  non-military  orders  of  ex- 
treme urgency,  give  exact  information  as 
to  the  use  of  the  product  in  which  the 
lead  is  used. 

(6)  Why  other  less  critical  materials 
cannot  be  used. 

(7)  Any  other  Information  pertinent 
to  the  appeal. 

Attention  is  called  to  the  requirement 
of  Priorities  Regulation  No.  16  with  re* 


spect  to  the  statement  of  manpower  re- 
quirements which  must  be  submitted 
with  any  appeal. 

(j)  Priorities  Regulation  No.  25.  Re- 
quests for  exceptions  from  the  restric- 
tions of  this  order  may  not  be  made 
under  the  provisions  of  Priorities  Regu- 
lation No.  25.  The  use  of  lead  for  pro- 
duction authorized  under  Priorities 
Regulation  No.  25  prior  to  January  1, 
1945,  will  be  subject  to  the  restrictions 
of  this  order. 

(k)  Records.  All  persons  affected  by 
this  order  must  maintain  accurate  and 
complete  records  of  all  transactions  as 
required  by  Priorities  Regulation  No.  1, 
944.15.  Such  records  must  include  com- 
plete statements  of  the  amounts  of  lead 
consumed  for  the  items  specified  in  this 
order,  and  the  amount  of  inventory  on 
hand. 

(1)  Required  reports,  d)  On  or  be- 
fore the  20th  day  of  each  calendar  month 
each  person  who  purchased  or  consumed 
10  tons  or  more  of  lead  during  the  pre- 
ceding calendar  month,  or  had  in  his 
possession  or  under  his  control  20  tons 
or  more  of  lead,  shall  report  such  pur- 
chases, consumption  and  stocks  on  hand 
at  the  end  of  the  preceding  month  to  the 
War  Production  Board  on  Form  WPB- 
95. 

(2)  The  War  Production  Board  may 
from  time  to  time  issue  special  directions 
requiring  any  refiner  or  dealer  to  file  a 
report  showing  a  schedule  of  his  pro- 
ix)sed  deliveries  of  lead. 

(3)  All  persons  affected  by  this  order 
shall  execute  and  file  with  the  War  Pro- 
duction Board  such  other  reports  as  may 
be  required  subject  to  the  approval  of 
the  Bureau  of  the  Budget. 

(4)  The  reporting  and  record -keeping 
provisions  of  this  order  have  been  ap- 
proved by  the  Bureau  of  the  Budget  in 
accordance  with  the  Federal  Reports  Act 
of  1942. 

(m)  Violations.  Any  person,  who  wil- 
fully violates  any  provision  of  this  order 
or  who.  in  connection  with  this  order, 
wilfully  conceals  a  material  fact  or  fur- 
nishes false  Information  to  any  depart- 
ment or  agency  ol  the  United  States  is 
gruilty  of  a  crime,  and  upon  conviction 
may  be  punished  by  fine  or  Imprison- 
ment. In  addition,  any  such  person  may 
be  prohibited  from  making  or  obtaining 
further  deliveries  of,  or  from  processing 
or  ufllng,  material  under  priority  control 
and  may  be  deprived  of  priorities 
assistance. 

(n)  Communications  of  the  War  Pro- 
duction Board.  All  communications  and 
reports  dealing  with  this  order  shall  be 
addressed  to:  War  Production  Board. 
Tin,  Lead  and  Zinc  Division,  Washington 
2fi,  D.  C,  Ref.  M^8 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

War  Production  Board. 
By  J.  Joseph  Whilan, 

Recording  Secretary. 

List  I 

Pursuant  to  the  foregoing  order,  lead  and 
l«*d  producta  may  be  uaed  only  for  the  Xol- 
lOwUiis  itema  and  purposes  subject  to  such 
qualifications  on  use  as  are  set  forth  next  to 
^e  Item  or  purpose;  and  then  only  to  the 
extent  neoenary  to  meet  applicable  spaclfl- 


catlons  or  for  the  proper  service  perfonnanre 
of  the  end  product  or  where- the  use  of  anv 
less  critical  material  Is  Impracticable  or 
when  satisfactory  substitutes  are  prohibited 
In  other  War  Production  Board  orders. 

1.  Ammunition  for  Military  Orders. 

2.  Anchorages   for    military   and    lndvU5trl.il 

equipment  and  components.  Including 
expansion  bolt«  and  shields. 

8.  Anodes  for   electrolytic   refining,  chrom- 

ium plating  and  for  lead  plating  as 
permitted  In  Item  36  of  this  lilst. 

4.  Antl-vibratlon  mats. 

6.  Babbitt  for  abrasires  and  grinding  wheel.- 
and  for  securing  hardware  to  radio  In- 
sulators and  for  securing  end  connec- 
tions of  windings  and/Or  for  securing 
enclosures  of  wire  wound  restrlctors. 

6.  Ballast    for    Implements    of    war    where 

available  space  does  not  permit  the  usi 
of  material  of  lower  density,  for  sub- 
marines and  for  surface  craft  of  size- 
up  to  and  including  destroyers. 

7.  Bearing  Metal. 

8  Bolster  metal  for  surgical,  table  and  in- 
dustrial cutlery. 

9.  Brake  lining  and  clutch  facings. 

10.  Brass  and  bronze. 

11.  Cable  covering  as  permitted  by  Dlrectio:; 

63  of  CMP  Regulation   HI. 

12.  Cable  sleeving  and  other  accessories  nec- 

essary for  the  maintenance,  repair  and 
Installation  of  lead  covered  cable. 

13.  Cable  terminals  for  storage  batteries  as 

permitted  by  Orders  L-l-e  and  L-158 

14    Games. 

16.  Caulking  of  cast  Iron  pipelines  (including 
lead  wool)  where  other  material  such 
aa  sulphur  compounds  or  cement  does 
not  provide  a  leak  proof  joint. 

16.  Chemicals  subject  to  the  restrictions  tf 
Conservation  Order  M-384. 

17  Closure  Spouts  for  drugs  and  chemicals 

18  Coating  of  wire  and  galvanized  sheet,  in- 

cluding sheathing. 

19.  Collapsible  tubes,  subject  to  the  resUlc- 

tions  of  Conservation  Order  M-116. 

20.  Counterweights,     weights     and     sliding 

poises  for  Military,  Industrial  and 
laboratory  equipment,  and  Implements 
of  war  where  available  apace  does  nut 
permit  the  use  of  material  ol  lower  den- 
sity, other  than  wheel  balanclnk' 
weights, 
ai.  Foil: 

(a)  Military  orders  to  the  extent 
that  Method  lA  (not  dehydrated) 
and  or  Method  II  (dehydrated)  pack- 
aging, as  presently  defined  In  the 
U  8.  Army  Specincatlon  100^14,  U.  .« 
Navy  Specincatlon  39-P-16  and  Bridge- 
Standard  Packaging  Code  B8-1133.  cr 
any  new  apeclQcationjs  covering  trie 
above  are  expressly  specified  In  tlu 
prime  contract. 

(b)  For  component  ammunition  for 
military  only. 

(c)  Electrotypers  subject  to  the  re- 
strictions of  Order  M-43. 

(d)  Condensers. 

(e)  Cap  Liners  for  packaging  drugs 

(f)  Electrostatic  shielding  of  trans- 
former colls  and  cores. 

22.  Plre     extinguisher    and    decontamlnator 

components. 
33.  Gaskets,  locknuts  and  shims. 
24.  Heat  equalization  in  galvanizing  pots  and 

for  molten  zinc  operations. 
3fi.  Heat  treating  and  annealing. 
26.  ImplemenU  of  War.  as  defined  In  Section 

(b)    (6)   of  the  Order. 

37.  Impression  lead. 

38.  Inserts  for  treads  on  non -sparking  ladders 

and  stairs. 

39.  Lead  hammers. 

80.  Lead-headed  nails  only  to  the  eitent  that 
the  use  of  springhead  or  flathead  nails 
Is  Impracticable. 

31.  Fusible  alloys. 

32.  Lead  lined  bowls  for  centrifugal  oil  puii- 

flers. 


33.  Lead  wire  for  determining  gear  bearing 

clearances. 

34.  Lining  for  acid  Icckers. 

35.  Lubricant  for  cold  drawing  of  steel  prod- 

ucts. 
36    Manufacture  and  moulding  of  plastics. 

37.  Medical,  dental  and  veterinarian  equip- 

ment and  Instruments. 

38.  Metallic  and  semi-metallic  packing. 

39.  Pafterns  and  dies. 

40.  Plating  or  coating  where  lead  is  used  In 

place    of    either    cadmium    or    tin,    or 
where  corrosion  makes  the  use  of  any 
other  material   Impractical. 
41    Powder  for  military  uses,  powder  metal- 
lurgy and  gear  lubricants. 

42.  Production  of  rayon. 

43.  Refining  of  platinum  group  metals,  gold 

and  silver,  and  metallic  sodium. 

44.  Repair  of  existing  lead  construction. 

45.  Seals  for  pilfering  and  tampering  protec- 

tions. 
46    Sheath  for  curing-process  of  rubber. 

47.  Sheet,  pipe    (Including  lead  lined  pipe), 

valves,  fittings,  burning  bars  and  cast- 
ings to  be  used 

(a)  in  chemical  and  processing 
equipment  to  the  extent  that  corro- 
sion makes  the  use  of  any  other  ma- 
terial Impracticable. 

(b)  In  water  service  lines  to  the  ex- 
tent that  municipal,  state  or  Federal 
regulations  permit  no  substitutes  or 
sound  water  works  practice  requires 
Its  use. 

48.  Sinkers    for    military    requirements    and 

commercial    fishing. 

49.  Solder  subject  to  the  restrictions  of  Or- 

der M-43. 
60.  Sounding  Leads. 

51.  Spectrographs  and  spectrophoto  Meters. 
62.  Storage  batteries  (Including  lead  content 

of  oxide)    and  cell  covers   for  Military 

Orders 

53  Storage  batteries  (including  lead  content 

of  oxide)  and  cell  covers  of  Industrial 
type,  to  the  extent  of  50';  per  calen- 
dar quarter  of  the  amount  of  lead  used 
for  the  same  purpose  during  the  first 
six  months  of  1944. 

(An  Industrial  storage  battery 
means  an  electric  storage  battery  of 
other  than  SLI  type  which  has  been 
completely  assembled-  and  sealed 
whether  charged  or  uncharged  and 
which  is  designed  and  built  for  Indus- 
trial applications  such  as,  but  not  con- 
fined to.  railway  signalling  and  light- 
ing, mine  locomotives  and  industrial 
trucks,  farm  lighting,  public  utilities 
stand-by  equipment,  commercial  ra- 
dio installations,  airplane  and  com- 
mercial l5oat  Installations  and  compo- 
nents thereof.) 

54  Storage    batteries    (including    lead    con- 

tent of  oxide)  and  cell  covers  for 
original  equipment  of  vehicles  gov- 
erned by  Order  L-l-e.  Order  L-257,  Or- 
der L-53,  and  Order  L-192. 

55.  Storage    batteries    (including    lead    con- 

tent of  oxide)  and  cell  covers  for  au- 
tomotive SLI  type,  for  replacement 
purposes  to  the  extent  of  37'^'"-  per 
calendar  quarter  of  the  amount  of 
lead  used  for  the  same  purpose  during 
the  first  six  months  of  1944. 

56.  Terne  plate  and  Terne  metal  subject  to 

restrictions  of  Conservation  Order 
M-43. 

57.  Tetra  ethyl  subject  to  the  restrictions  of 

PAW  directives. 

58.  Turbine  and  gear  bearing  oil  defiectors. 

59.  Turbine  gland  labyrinth  and  diaphragm 

packing. 

60.  Type  metal  for  use  in  printing  trade. 

61.  Vocational    purposes    where    lead    Is    re- 

used and  in  laboratories  for  analytical 
purposes   and  research. 

62.  X-ray  purposes  and  Radiography. 
C3.  Zinc  production. 


64.  For  use  to  comply  with  safety  regula- 
tions issued  under  Government  au- 
thority which  requires  the  use  of  lead 
to  the  extent  employed,  or  in  safety 
equipment. 

|F.    R.   Doc.    45-5186;    Piled,   Mar.   31,    1945; 
11:33  a.  in.) 


Part  3270 — Containers 

[Limitation   Order  L-197,   as  Amended   Mar. 
31,  1945] 

STEEL  SHIPPING  DRUMS 

Section  3270.15  Limitation  Order 
L-197.  as  amended  January  18,  1945,  is 
hereby  amended  to  read  as  follows: 

The  fulfillment  of  requirements  for 
the  defense  of  the  United  States  has  cre- 
ated shortages  in  the  supply  of  mate- 
rials entering  into  the  production  of 
steel  shipping  drums  for  defense,  for 
private  account  and  for  export;  and  the 
following  order  is  deemed  necessary  and 
appropriate  in  the  public  Interest  and 
to  promote  the  national  defense: 

§  3270.15  Limitation  Order  L-197. — 
(a»  What  this  order  does.  This  order 
restricts  the  manufacture,  delivery  and 
use  of  new  and  used  steel  shipping 
drums.  Schedule  A  of  the  order  lists 
quarterly  tonnage  quotas  for  the  use  of 
new  steel  shipping  drums  for  the  pack- 
ing of  all  classes  of  products.  Upon 
specific  War  Production  Board  author- 
ization, such  packirjg  quotas  may  be  ad- 
justed as  provided  in  paragraph  (g)  (2). 
Only  upon  specific  War  Production 
Board  authorization,  may  new  drums  be 
used  for  any  other  purpose  than  for 
packing.  Schedule  B  of  the  order  lists 
certain  products  which  may  not  be 
packed  in  new  or  used  steel  shipping 
drums,  except  that  certain  of  those 
products  identified  by  an  asterisk  may 
be  packed  in  used  drums.  The  num- 
bers which  appear  in  brackets  after 
many  of  the  items  listed  in  Schedule  A 
refer  to  the  numbers  which  identified 
the  respective  items  in  the  schedules  of 
the  January  18,  1945,  edition  of  Order 
L-197.  Certain  other  restrictions  and 
exemptions  from  various  restrictions  ap- 
pear In  the  order. 

<b)  Definitions.  Wherever  used  in 
this  order:  (1)  "Drum"  means  any  sin- 
gle-walled, cylindrical  or  bilged  con- 
tainer with  a  capacity  of  132  gallons 
or  less  (Including  but  not  limited  to 
buckets,  kits  and  pails)  constructed 
wholly  of  steel.  It  does  not  include 
che^e  or  ice  cream  cans  or  cans  as  de- 
fined in  Order  M-81,  high  or  low  pres- 
sure gas  steel  cylinders,  storage  tanks, 
or  any  container  not  usable  commer- 
cially for  transporting  commodities. 

(2)  "Used  drum"  means  any  drum 
which  has  been  used  for  shipping,  stor- 
age or  intra-plant  transfer  of  a  prod- 
uct. This  term  shall  include  any  drum 
purchased  from  a  disposal  agency  of  the 
United  States  government. 

(3)  "New  drum"  means  any  drum 
which  is  not  a  used  drum.  It  includes 
rejects  or  seconds,  new  drums  which  may 
be  considered  obsolete  by  the  owner,  and 
new  drums  which  may  be  in  idle  inven- 
tory and  not  usable  by  the  owner. 

(4)  "Reject  or  second"  means  any 
newly  manufactured  drum  which  can- 


not be  used  for  the  purpose  for  which 
It  was  intended  due  to  some  defect  in  it. 
(5)  "Naval  store  products"  mean 
those  materials  which  are  directly  de- 
rived from  the  oleo-resinous  secretions 
of  various  species  of  coniferous  trees. 
The  term  includes  resins  and  liquid  ter- 
pines.  both  crude  and  refined,  and  spe- 
cial materials  derived  from  the.'^e  and 
such  related  products  as  tall  oil  and 
pine  tars. 

Restrictions  on  Manufacture,  Sale  and 
Delivery 

(c)  Restriction  against  manufacture, 
sale  or  delivery.  No  person  shall  man- 
ufacture any  new  drum  or  sell  or  de- 
liver any  new  or  used  drum  which  he 
has  reason  to  believe  will  be  accepted 
or  used  in  violation  of  the  terms  of  this 
order. 

(d)  Use  of  preference  ratings.  No 
preference  rating  shall  be  applied  to  ob- 
tain delivery  of  new  or  used  drums  ex- 
cept a  rating  which  has  been  specifically 
assigned  for  drums  by  the  Army.  Navy, 
Maritime  Commission,  or  War  Shipping 
Administration  for  direct  or  ultimate  de- 
livery of  drums  either  filled  or  empty  to 
them  or  to  other  persons  pursuant  to  as- 
signment by  the  War  Production  Board 
on  Form  WPB^46. 

(e)  Certificate  for  delivery  of  new 
drums.  No  person  shall  sell  or  deliver 
any  new  drums  unless  he  has  received 
from  the- purchaser  a  certificate,  signed 
manually  or  as  provided  in  Priorities 
Regulation  7.  This  certificate  shall  be  in 
substantially  the  following  form  and. 
once  filed  by  a  purchaser  with  a  supplier. 
covers  all  future  deliveries  from  the  sup- 
plier to  that  purchaser. 

The  undersigned  purchaser  certifies,  sub- 
ject to  criminal  penalties  for  misrepresenta- 
tion, that  he  is  familiar  with  Order  L-197 
.  of  the  War  Production  Board,  and  that  aU 
purchases  from  you  of  steel  drums,  and  the 
use  of  the  same  by  the  undersigned,  will  be 
in  compliance  with  the  order,  as  amended 
from  time  to  time. 

The  standard  certificate  provided  lor 
in  paragraph  (d)  of  PR  7  cannot  be  used 
in  place  of  the  above  certificate;  nor  may 
the  certificate  provided  by  this  order  be 
waived  in  accordance  with  paragraph 
(f)  of  PR  7. 

Restrictions  on  Acceptance  or  Use  of 
New  Drums 

(i)  Prohibition  against  acceptance  or 
use  of  new  drums  for  packing  Schedule 
B  products.  (1)  Except  as  provided  in 
paragraph  (f)  (2)  below,  no  person  shall 
accept  delivery  of  or  use  a  new  drum  for 
packing  any  product  listed  in  Schedule 
B  of  this  order.  Where  a  specific  prod- 
uct is  listed  in  Schedule  B,  the  prohibi- 
tion of  this  paragraph  applies  even 
though  the  general  class  of  products 
under  which  the  product  may  be  included 
has  a  quota  under  Schedule  A. 

(2)  The  above  prohibition  shall  not 
apply  to  the  acceptance  of  delivery  or  use 
by  a  person  of  a  new  drum  for  the  pack- 
ing of  a  specific  quantity  of  a  Schedule 
B  product  for  export  for  which  a  license 
has  been  received  by  such  person  from 
the  Foreign  Economic  Administration. 
However,  such  acceptance  or  use  of  new 
drums  must  be  included  within  the  quota 
limitations  of  paragraph  (g)  below. 


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<g)  Packmcj  quota  restrictions  on  new 
drums,  il)  No  person  shall,  during 
any  calendar  quarter,  use  a  greater  ton- 
nage of  new  drums  for  packing  any  class 
of  products  than  the  amount  listed  in 
Schedule  A  of  this  order  with  respect  to 
that  class. 

<2 >  Any  person  who  wants  to  establish 
a  quota,  or  to  obtain  an  adjustment  of  his 
pnrkinK  quota  for  any  class  of  products 
'  may  file  an  application  for  authorization 
on  Form  WFB  3770  In  quadruphcate  with 
the  War  Production  Board.  The  use  of 
Form  WPB  3770  has  been  approved  by 
the  Bureau  of  the  Budget  in  accordance 
with  the  Federal  Reports  Act  of  1942. 
Such  applications  will  be  considered  on 
an  equitable  basis  in  view  of  the  quan- 
tities of  steel  drums  distributed  to  other 
persons  in  th^  industry.  Authorizations 
will  not  be  dependent  upon  whether  the 
applicant  used  steel  drums  during  any 
previous  period  to  pack  the  particular 
class  of  products. 

<3)  Where  a  per.son  has  a  quota  for  a 
cJas.s  of  products,  he  may  not  usf  any 
part  of  this  quota  to  pack  another  class 
of  products.  However,  a  quota  for  a 
cla.ss  of  products  may  be  distributed 
among  the  various  products  within  that 
class  except  for  the  products  restricted 
by  paragraph  (f  i . 

<4»  Any  person  wiio  has  any  part  of 
his  packing  quota  for  a  class  of  prod- 
ucts left  over  from  one  calendar  quar- 
ter <  including  a  left  over  part  of  his  first 
quarter  1945  quota  as  provided  by  this 
order  as  amended  January  18,  1945 1 
may  use  it  to  pack  that  class  of  products 
in  the  next  calendar  quarter  in  addi- 
tion to  that  next  quarter's  quota.  Any 
person  may  aiso  borrow  and  use  in  any 
quarter  up  to  25%  of  the  next  quarter's 
quota.  When  this  order  takes  effect  on 
April  1.  1945,  as  prescribed  in  paragraph 
(SI  below,  a  person  shall  deduct  from 
his  second  quarter  1945  quota  whatever 
amount  of  tonnage  was  borrowed  and 
Used  in  the  first  quarter  of  1945  against 
his  expected  second  quarter  quota  pur- 
suant to  paragraph  (d)  (6>  of  the  Janu- 
ary 18,  1945  edition  of  this  order. 

•  5)  Whenever  a  quota  is  given  to  a 
person  based  on  use  of  new  drums  for 
packing  a  class  of  products,  the  quota 
shall  belong  tg  the  person  who  owned 
the  drums  whether  he  packed  them  him- 
self or  had  someone  pack  them  for  him. 
A  person  who  packed  drums  in  the  base 
period  owned  by  someone  else  does  not 
have  a  quota  based  on  packing  those 
drums  as  that  quota  belongs  to  the  per- 
son who  owned  tl  c  drums  and  for  whose 
account  the  packing  was  done.  An  ex- 
ception to  this  rule  as  to  quota  is  made 
in  the  case  of  foreign  petroleum  opt^ra- 
tors  operating  under  Priorities  Regula- 
tion No.  9.  The  quota  in  such  cases  shall 
belong  to  the  person  who  obtained  the 
authorization  for  the  drums  for  export 
on  form  WPB-743  or  under  other  appli- 
cable licensing  procedures,  and  the  per- 
son who  packs  for  him.  whether  he  buys 
the  drums  or  not,  shall  not  be  entitled 
to  a  quota  based  upt  n  such  packing. 

A  person  who  has  a  quota  under  the 
provi.sicns  of  this  paragraph  may  either 
pack  the  class  of  products  himself  or 
h::vc  someone  else  pack  it  for  him.  When 
soni^'one  else  packs  it  for  him,  such  use 


of  new  drums  shall  be  chargeable  to  his 
quota  and  not  to  the  quota  of  the  person 
who  packs  for  him.  A  person  who  packs 
a  class  of  products  for  another,  to  be 
charged  against  the  latter's  quota,  must 
receive  a  statement  from  such  pe»Kon 
that  the  packing  of  that  class  of  prod- 
ucts is  within  his  quota  under  the  order. 

*h)  Other  use  restrictions  on  nerr 
driirn'i.  Unless  sprciflcally  authorized 
by  the  War  Production  Board  pursuant 
to  application  on  Form  WPB-3770.  no 
person  may  use  a  new  drum  foi  any 
purpose  other  than  for  packing  products 
permitted  to  be  ppcked  in  accordance 
with  paragraphs  (f»    f2)   and  (g'. 

(il  Small  user  exemption  from  quota 
restrictions.  The  restrictions  of  para- 
graphs (g>  and  (hi  do  not  apply  to  any 
person  during  any  calendar  quarter  in 
which  he  uses  no  more  than  a  total  of 
1500  pounds  of  new  drums  for  all  pur- 
poses. 

(j)  Inventory  restrictions  07i  new 
drums.  No  person  shall,  at  any  time, 
accept  delivery  of  any  new  drum  wlucli 
will  increase  his  total  inventory  of  that 
type  or  size  of  new  drum  to  more  than 
his  requirements  for  the  following  sixty- 
day  period  or  will  increase  his  total  in- 
ventory of  all  types  and  sizps  of  new 
drums  to  more  than  one  and  one-half 
carloads,  whichever  is  the  greater. 

Restrictions  on  Used  Dru7?is 

(ki  Prohibilion  against  acceptance  or 
use  of  used  drums  for  packinq  certain 
Schedule  B  products.  (1)  Except  as 
provided  in  paragraph  (ki  (2)  below, 
no  person  shall  accept  delivery  of  or 
use  a  used  drum  for  packing  any  prod- 
ucts listed  without  an  asterisk  in  Sched- 
ule B  of  this  order.  Any  other  product 
not  appearing  on  Schedule  B  or  listed 
there  with  an  asterisk  may  be  packed  in 
used  drums  without  limitation. 

(2 1  The  above  prohibition  shall  not 
apply  to  the  acceptance  of  delivery  or 
use  by  a  person  of  used  drums  for  the 
packing  of  a  specific  quantity  of  a 
Schedule  B  product  listed  without  an 
asterisk  for  export  for  which  a  license 
has  been  received  by  such  person  from 
the  Foreign  Economic  Administration. 

(1)  Restrictions  on  sale  or  delivery  of 
empty  used  drums.  ( 1 »  No  person  shall 
sell  or  deliver  any  empty  drum  which 
was  packed  with  an  edible  product  the 
last  time  it  was  used,  and  which  is  capa- 
ble of  being  reused  for  the  same  purpose, 
if  he  knows  or  has  reason  to  believe  that 
it  will  be  used  for  packing  inedible 
products.  *■ 

<2)  No  person  shall  sell  or  deliver  any 
empty  drum  which  was  packed  with  a 
naval  store  product  the  last  time  it  was 
used,  and  which  is  capable  of  being  re- 
used for  the  same  purpose,  if  he  knows 
or  has  reason  to  believe  that  it  will  be 
used  I'or  packing  anything  other  than 
naval  store  products. 

<m»  E.remption  for  certain  used 
drums.  The  provisions  of  this  order 
shall  not  apply  to  the  use  by  any  person 
of  used  drums  ( 1 )  for  storage  purposes 
by  any  person  having  less  than  five 
drums  in  use  for  all  purposes  or  (2i  con- 
structed wholly  of  lighter  than  23  gauge 
steel. 


General  Provisions 


(n)  General  Exemption.  Except  for 
paragraphs  (d>  and  <e),  none  of  thf 
restrictions  of  this  order  shall  apply  to 
the  purchase,  acceptance  of  delivery,  or 
use  of  empty  new  or  used  drums  by  the 
following  agencies  or  by  any  persons  for 
packing  a  product  for  delivery  directly 
to  the  following  agencies:  Army,  Navy, 
Maritime  Commission.  War  Shipping  Ad- 
ministration or  Lend-Lcase  Procurement 
Agency. 

'0  1  Appeals.  Any  appeal  from  tho 
provisions  of  this  order  shall  be  filed  on 
Form  WPB  3770  in  quadruplicate. 

•  p)  Reports.  Any  person  affected  by 
this  order  shall  file  such  reports  and 
questionnaires  as  the  War  Production 
Board  may  request  from  time  to  time, 
subject  to  the  approval  of  the  Bureau  of 
the  Budget  pursuant  to  the  Federal  Re- 
ports Act  of  1942. 

<q)  Violaiions.  Any  person  who  wil- 
fully violates  any  provision  of  this  ordc  r 
or  who.  in  connection  with  this  order, 
wilfully  conceals  a  material  fact  or  fur- 
nl.shes  false  information  to  any  depart- 
ment or  agency  of  the  United  States  i^ 
guilty  of  a  crime,  and  upon  conviction 
may  be  punished  by  fine  or  imprison- 
ment. In  addition,  any  such  person  may 
be  prohibited  from  making  or  obtaining; 
further  deliveries  of.  or  from  processing 
or  using,  material  under  priority  control 
and  may  be  deprived  of  priorities  assist- 
ance. 

(n  Communications.  All  communica- 
tions concerning  this  order  shall,  unless 
otherwise  directed,  be  addressed  to:  War 
Production  Board.  Container  Division, 
Washington  25.  D.  C,  Ref :  L-197. 

(s)  Effective  date  of  this  order.  This 
order  as  amended  March  31,  1945.  shall 
take  effect  on  April  1,  1945.  Until  that 
date,  the  edition  of  this  order  issued  on 
January  18.  1945  shall  remain  in  effect 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

War  Production  Board. 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan. 

Recording  Secretary. 

Schedule  A 

A.s  provided  In  paragraph  (g)  above, 
column  1  below  Usta  all  claiies  ol  product.'^, 
and  column  2  below  iut«  the  permitted  pack- 
ing quotas  of  new  drums  for  the  respcctlM' 
classes  of  products.  The  word.  "Unlimited  " 
means  that  a  person  may  use  in  any  calen- 
dar quarter  an  unlimited  tonnage  of  new 
drums  to  pack  the  cla«s  of  products  appeiir- 
Ing  opposite  such  word.  The  words,  "90'  , 
1944",  mean  that  no  person  may  use  In  nny 
calendar  quarter  to  pack  the  respective  cla.-^ 
of  products  a  greater  tonnage  of  new  drums 
than  90';  of  the  tonnage  of  new  drums  usc;l 
by  him  for  packing  that  chiss  of  products  In 
the  corresponding  quarter  of  1944,  or  90'  cf 
his  average  quarterly  usage  of  tonnage  <f 
new  drums  for  packing  that  class  of  prndurt^ 
during  1944  The  other  quotas,  such  ns 
'•20^  ,  1941"  and  '^OS  ,  1941"  shall  be  com- 
puted In  a  manner  similar  to  the  above 
Commencing  with  April  1,  1946,  a  person  mav 
not  change  his  method  of  computing  hi^ 
packing  quota  (either  for  the  corresponding 
quarter  of  1944  or  the  average  quarter  rf 
1944  method)  for  any  class  of  products  w. 
the  course  of  any  calendar  year.  New  drums 
used  for  packing  products  for  any  of  thf 
agencle.s  listed  In  paragraph  (n)  shall  be 
exempt  from  the  specified  quotas,  and  v.'h":i 
determining    the    quotas    for    packing    such 


rlaBses  of  products,  all  new  drums  packed 
during  the  specified  base  period  for  these 
agencies  shall  be  excluded. 

N^TE:  Numbers  In  parenthesis  in  column 
(1)  refer  to  Item  numbers  of  former  com- 
modity classes  and  are  Included  for  con- 
venience In  determinuig  the  new  con- 
aolldated  product  class  in  which  former 
commodity  class  Is  included. 

product  clas.'i  <t  number  Packing  quota 

(1)  (21 
Chemical  products 

1  Brake  fluid  (6  I 90':, 1944 

2  Calcium  Carbide    (7) Unlimited 

3.  Caustic  Soda,  including  caus- 
tic potash,  dry  (lOi Unlimited 

■'  Cements  and  adhesives  (11): 
including  rubber  cements 
(32) 90'^  .  1944 

5.  Deslccants,  limited  to  silica 
gel,  activated  bentonite  and 
activated   bauxite Unlimited 

6    Explosives    (16) 90':  .  1944 

7.  Medicinals  and  related  prod- 
ucts. Including  disinfectants 
and  germicides,  (13):  insec- 
ticides and  fungicides,  ex- 
cept petroleum  base  (18i; 
medicinals,  human  (21  i; 
medicinals.  animal  (22 1; 
vitamins     (40» --     90'^;  ,  1944 

8  Naval    Stores.    Including    but 

not  limited  to  dipentene. 
pine  oil,  turpentine  (23); 
rosin  (31) --     90';  ,  1944 

9  Organic      chemical      products 

miscellaneous.  Including: 
Alcohol  and  solvents,  in- 
cluding but  not  limited  to: 
Specially  denatured  alcohol 
and  chlorinated  solvents 
(3i:  anti-Jreeze  (5i:  addl- 
tueg,  oil  and  gasoline  (2i: 
dyestuffs.  diy  (14):  dye- 
fituffs,  vat  (15);  dyestuffs. 
paste;  plasticizeri.  other 
than  rubber  1 29 1 :  rubber 
processing  chemicals,  in- 
cluding but  nf)t  limited  to 
plas'icizers  (33);  inter- 
mediates, nraanic  com- 
pound"? not  elsewhere  listed. 
Including  Arinmes.  Ethers, 
Ketones,  Esters,  Aromatics. 
alcohols,  aldehvde.s  and 
acids- 90'   .1944 

10  Pitch  or  tar.   including  mln- 

eral-fillecl,  cut-backs,  emul- 
sions   and    road    oils     (27i; 

Coal    tar    solvents    (12) 90";  .  1944 

11,  Printing  ink   (30i 90' .  1944 

IJ  Pnitective  coatings,  and  re- 
lated products,  including; 
CiulkniK  Ci impounds,  and 
sealers,  including  but 
not  limited  to:  glazing 
material,  putty  and  fill- 
ers. (9);  paints,  enamels 
and  ^lacquers  in  clear, 
pigmented,  semi-paste, 
paste  or  liquid  form.  In- 
cluding lead  oxides  in  oil, 
colors  in  oil  and  oil  stain, 
floor  wax,  (24);  varnish 
and  varnish  stain.  (39): 
rocf  coating  and  roof  ce- 
ments;  paint  thmnf^r —  90;,  1944 

13  Synthetic  resins  (35 1;  plastic 

molding  compounds   (28).-  90'";,  1944 

14  Other  chemicals  (99),  includ- 

ing but  not  limited  to: 
acids,  dry  (1);  aluminum 
chloride,  anhydrous  (4i; 
catalysts,  phosphoric  acid 
type  (8):  fire  extin- 
guisher liquid  and  pow- 
der (17):  leather  auxili- 
aries and  prcxresslng  com- 
pounds (20):  peroxygen 
chemicals,   including  chio- 


Product  class  «t  number              Packing  quota 
(1)  (2) 

Chemical  prodvxits 
rates,  perchlorates,  perman- 
ganates, solid  peroxides 
(25):  chemical  rust  pre- 
ventatives (34);  sodium 
and  zinc  hydrosulfite  (36): 
sulfides.  Including  but  not 
limited  to  sodium,  potas- 
sium and  carbon  bisulphide 
(37);  textile  auxiliaries 
and  processing  compounds 
(38);  zinc  chloride  (41) go-";.  1944 

Food  products 

(The  following  packing  quotas  marked  (*) 
may  be  used  for  drums  of  over  12  gallons 
capacity  only) 

15.  Compounds,  solid  and  seml- 
ffalid  with  a  melting  point 
of  65  degrees  F,  or  above, 
used  in  cooking,  including 
but  not  limited  to  mix- 
tures of  lard  and  hydrogen - 
ated  oils.     (B-26) 20'-,1941» 

16    Dairy  products.     (B-29) 90':.  1941' 

17.  Food  products,  cold  pack  and 

frozen.      (B-32) ^ 90'":,1941* 

18.  Grea.ses,    animal    and     vege- 

table.      (A-101) 90'    ,1944 

19.  Hydrogenated     oils     with     a 

melting  point  of  65  degrees 
F.  or  above,  including  but 
not   limited    to  shortening. 

(B-42) 20",  1941* 

20    Jellies.    Jams    and    preserves. 

(B-44) 90'-.,  1941* 

21.  Lard.       (3^7) 20'r,1941* 

22.  Molasses.      (B-54) 90'"f,1941» 

23.  Oils,     animal,     fish,     marine 

animal,  vegetable  and  vita- 
min oils  or  any  blend  there- 
of.     (A-102) 90-^^.1944 

24    Svrup.    mixed    and    unmixed. 

■|B-89  and  90) 90",  1941* 

25.  Other    food    products.       (A- 

199) 90':  ,  1944 

Petroleum   products 

26.  Liquid     petroleum     products. 

packed  in  bung  opening 
drums,  including  but  not 
limited  to  lubricating  oil, 
liquid  insecticides  (fly 
spray,  stock  spray  and  agn- 
tui.ural  spray)  more  than 
50'.  petroleum,  petroleum 
solvents  and  naphtha,  liq- 
uid rust  preventatives, 
more  than  60 '^-  petroleum 
or  petroleum  derivatives, 
gasoline,  kerosene,  fuel  oil-  90 ^<  ,  1944 

27.  Non-fluid  petroleum  products, 

packed  in  open -head 
drums.  Including  but  not 
limited  to  greases  and  lu- 
bricants, petrolatum,  rust 
preventatives,  not  liquid, 
petroleum  sulphonates. 
cutting,  drawing  and  grind- 
ing   compounds 90'^  ,  1944 

28.  Hard    petroleum   products, 

packed  in  stripper  drums, 
including  but  not  limited 
to   asphalt,    microcrystalllne 

wax,  petroleum  resins 90'-.1944 

29    Miscellaneous     products 

(A-304) 90'-..  1944 

SCHZDULE  B 

As  provided  In  paragraph  (f)  above,  the 
products  listed  below,  with  or  without  an 
asterisk,  may  not  be  packed  In  new  steel 
drums.  As  provided  in  paragraph  (k)  above, 
the  products  listed  below,  without  an  as- 
terisk, may  not  be  packed  In  used  steel 
drums. 

1.  Acid,  succinic 

a.  Aluminum  sulphate 

8.  Ammonia  alum 


4.  Ammonium  bicarbonate 

5.  Ammonium  chloride 

6.  Ammonium  nitrate,  dry 

7.  Ammonium  phosphates 

8.  Bal^m  copaiba 

9.  Bath  salts 

10.  Bird  seed 

11.  Boiler  compounds,  dry 

12.  Borax 

13.  Boric  acia 

14.  Calcimine 

15.  Calcium  carbonate 

16.  Calcium  chloride 
17.' Calcium  hydroxide 

18.  Calcium  oxide 

19.  Calcium  phosphates 

20.  Casein  paints,  dry 

21.  Cement  paint,  dry 
:c2.  Charcoal 

23.  Citric  acid 

24.  Colors,  inorganic  dry 

25.  Cupric  oxide 

26.  Copper  sulphate,  basic 

27.  'Fatty  acids   (having  a  melting  point  of 

higher  than  42  degrees  C  ) 

28.  Flour 

29.  Fruit  Juices 

30.  Fruits — brine 

31.  Fruits  and  peels,  glace 

32.  'Furniture  pwlish 

33.  'Garbage,  trash  and  ashes 

34.  Gelatin 

35.  Glue,  dry   (animal  and  vegetable) 

36.  Hexamethylenetetramine 

37.  Kraut 

36.   'Lanolin  and  wool  grease 

39.  Lime,  except   for   smelting   and   abrasive 

purposes 

40.  'Linseed  oil  meal 

41.  Llthopone 

42.  Magnesium  chloride  6H20 

43.  Magnesium  oxide 

44.  Meats 

45.  Meta  sUicate  of  soda 

46.  Olives 

47.  Paints,    dry   powder.    Including    but    not 

limited  to  those  bound  with  glue,  soya 
protein  casein  and  cement 

48.  Paradichlorobenzene 

49.  Paste,  wall  paper 

50.  Patching  plaster 

51.  Pectin 

52.  Pickles 

53.  'Pine  tar 

54.  Potash  alum 

55.  Potassium  bicarbonate 

56.  Potassium  carbonate 

57.  Sand 

58.  Scouring  cakes  and  powder 

59.  Shellac 

60.  Soap,  dry 

61.  Soda  alum 

62.  Soda  ash 

63.  Sodium  alummate 

64.  Sodium  bicarbonate 

65.  Sodium  bisuUate 

66.  Sodium  chloride 

67.  'Sodium  lactate 

68.  Sodium  metaborate 

69.  Sodium  nitrate 

70.  Sodium  nitrite 

71.  Sodium  perborate 

72.  Sodium  phosphates 

73.  Sodium  sesqu:carbonate 

74.  Starches,  dry 

75.  'Sweeping  compounds 

76.  'Tallow 

77.  Vegetables — brine 

78.  Vinegar 

79.  Water 

80.  'Wax.  except  floor  wax  and  microcrystal- 

line  wax 

81.  Zeolite 

Interpretation  1 

steel  shipping  drums;    appeals  granted 
before  may  27,  184*  not  cancklutd 

Authorization  by  the  War  Production  Board 
was  required  for  delivery  and  acceptance  of 
delivery  of  new  drums  under  Order  L-197 
prior  to  May  27,  1944,  but  is  no  longer  required 


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FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


S;329 


under  the  order  aa  amended  on  th&t  date. 
Paragraph  (d)  (7)  declaring  all  authorlEa- 
tlons  null  and  void  after  May  27,  1944  does 
not  Invalidate  app>eala  granted  before  that 
date  An  appeal  is  a  rec^uest  for  ^prmlsslon 
to  use  a  new  or  used  drum  for  packing  a 
product  listed  without  an  asterisk  In  Schedule 
A  of  the  old  order  or  to  use  a  new  drunn  to  pack 
a  product  listed  with  a  single  asterisk.  |Ia- 
.sued  June  19,  1944  | 

|F.    R.    I>3C.    45-5179.    Filed,    Mar.    31,    1945; 
11:32  a.  m  | 


P\RT    3270 — CONT.AINERS 

ILsmltatKin    Order   Lr-232.    as   Amended    Mar. 
31,  19451 

WOODEN  SHIPPING  CONTAINERS 

?  3270.56  Limitation  Order  L-232— 
'a>  Definitions.  For  the  purposes  of 
this  order: 

'D  "Wooden  shipping  container" 
means  any  new  shippins  container  made 
wholly  or  partiaily  of  wood  which  is  used 
for  the  shipment  and  delivery  of  com- 
modities. The  term  does  not  Include 
trunks,  luggage,  military  locker  boxes, 
field  picking  boxes,  wooden  inner  con- 
tainers, or  boxes  consisting  of  more  than 
50'";  of  corrugated  or  solid  fibre  (by 
area'. 

<2>  A  "new  shipping  container"  is  one 
which  has  never  been  used  for  packing 
any  product.  The  replacement  of  parts 
in  a  u.sed  container  shall  not  cause  It  to 
become  a  new  one  unle.ss  new  parts  are 
added  to  replace  three  or  more  faces  of 
the  container.  If  three  or  more  faces  are 
replaced  with  new  parts,  it  becomes  a 
new  shipping  container  subject  to  the 
provisions  of  this  order. 

General  Restrictions 

(b)  Restrictions — (1)  Manufacture, 
sale  or  delivery  of  containers.  No  person 
shall  manufacture,  .sell  or  deliver  any 
wooden  shipping  containers  or  parts 
which  he  knows  or  has  reason  to  believe 
will  be  used  or  accepted  in  violation  of 
any  provision  of  this  order. 

(2)  Manufacture  and  assembly  of  con- 
tainers. No  person  shall  commercially 
manufacture  or  assemble  any  wooden 
shipping  container  or  any  container 
(even  though  it  Is  an  Inner  container) 
defined  in  paragraph  (d)  of  Table  I  of 
Schedule  A  of  this  order,  for  the  purposes 
described  in  the  several  tables  of  Sched- 
ule A,  which  does  not  meet  the  specifica- 
tions contained  in  those  tables.  The  re- 
strictions of  this  paragraph  shall  not 
apply  to  barrels,  drums,  kegs,  kits  or 
pails. 

(31  Manufacture  of  container  parts. 
No  person  shall  commercially  manu- 
facture any  wooden  parts  designed  for 
any  wooden  shipping  container  described 
in  the  several  tables  of  Schedule  A  (In- 
cluding those  inner  containers  defined  in 
paragraph  (d)  of  Table  I  of  Schedule  A 
which,  when  assembled,  will  not  conform 
with  the  specifications  of  those  tables. 
The  restrictions  of  this  paragraph  shall 
not  apply  to  barrels,  drums,  kegs,  kits  or 
pails. 

<4)  Colorijig.  No  manufacturer, 
dealer  in,  or  commercial  user  of  wooden 
shipping  containers  or  parts  shall  dye, 
stain,  or  otherwise  color  containers  or 
parts  which  are  described  in  Schedule  A, 


The  restrictions  of  this  paragraph  shall 
not  apply  to  barrels,  drums,  kegs,  kits  or 
palls. 

(5)  Printing.  All  stamping,  printing 
and  labeling,  unless  otherwise  required 
by  law,  shall  be  placed  on  only  one  out- 
side surface  of  any  container  covered 
by  the  several  tables  of  Schedule  A  of 
this  order,  whether  it  be  an  end,  a  side, 
bottom,  top  or  cover.  The  restrictions 
of  this  paragraph  (b)  (5)  shall  not 
apply  to  barrels,  drums,  kegs,  kits  or 
palls  or  to  paper,  labels  or  markings 
which  only: 

(i)  State  the  capacity  of  the  container 
in  terms  of  whole  or  fractional  pints, 
quarts,  pecks,  or  bushels;  or 

(li)  in  the  case  of  btiskets  and  hampers 
are  Identifying  markings  provided  for  in 
regulations  of  the  Secretary  of  Agricul- 
ture Issued  under  the  United  States 
Standard  Container  Act  of  1928;  or 

(iii)  are  designed  for  the  purpose  of 
encouraging  salvage  and  reuse  of  the 
container,  provided  the  label  or  print- 
ing does  not  iaclude  the  napie,  brand, 
trade-mark  or  other  reference  to  any 
person,  firm,  partnership  or  corporation. 

Restrictions  on  Packing  and  Shipping 

<c)  Restrictions — il)  Comynodities 
for  which  wooden  shipping  containers  are 
forbidden.  No  person  shall  commercially 
pack  or  ship  in  wooden  shipping  contain- 
ers any  of  the  commodities  listed  ir  Table 

I  of  Schedule  B.  This  shall  not.  however, 
restrict  the  shipment  o:  any  commodity 
listed  which  has  already  been  packed  on 
the  date  it  was  Included  in  tlais  table  or 
the  .shipment  of  any  listed  commodity  in 
wooden  shipping  containers  which  were 
in  the  shipper's  inventory  or  in  transit  to 
him  on  the  date  it  was  included  in  this 
table,  but  only  for  a  period  of  sixty  days 
thereafter. 

(2)  Quota  restriction  on  packing. 
Packers  of  a  commodity  listed  in  Table 

II  of  Schedule  B,  are  restricted  in  the 
quantity  of  that  commodity  which  they 
may  pack  in  wooden  shipping  containers 
in  each  calendar  quarter  to  a  percentage 
of  the  quantity  that  they  packed  in 
wooden  shipping  containers  in  the  same 
quarter  of  tlie  base  period.  The  percent- 
age and  base  period  for  each  commodity 
are  shown  in  the  table. 

Exceptions 

(d>  Containers  made  from  waste  ma- 
terials or  second  hand  lumber.  None  of 
the  restrictions  of  this  order  shall  apply 
to  a  container  made  by  a  container  user 
for  his  own  use  from  waste  material  re- 
ferred to  as  edgings,  trim,  or  off-fall  and 
excluded  from  the  definition  of  lumber  in 
Order  Li-335,  or  from  second-hand  lum- 
ber, provided  the  container  is  not  made 
in  a  box  factory  or  woodworking  estab- 
lishment which  sells  its  product  to  other 
users.  Second-hand  lumber  is  lumber 
which  has  been  previously  used,  as  In 
building  construction,  or  as  dunnage  in 
bracing,  blocking  or  shoring,  or  In  the 
construction  of  shipping  containers. 

Miscellaneous 

(e)  Appeals.  Any  appeal  from  the 
provisions  of  this  order  shall  be  made  by 
filing  a  letter  in  triplicate,  referring  to 
the  particular  provision  appealed  from 
and  stating  fully  the  grounds  of  appeal. 


(f)  Violations.  Any  person  who  wil- 
fully violates  any  provision  of  this  order, 
or  who,  in  connection  with  this  order, 
wilfully  conceals  a  material  fact  or  fur- 
nishes false  information  to  any  depart- 
ment or  agency  of  the  United  States  is 
guilty  of  a  crime,  and  upon  conviction, 
may  be  punished  by  fine  or  imprison- 
ment. In  addition,  any  such  person  may 
be  prohibited  from  making  or  obtainlntr 
further  deliveries  of.  or  from  processing  or 
using,  material  under  priority  control  and 
may  be  deprived  of  priorities  assistance'. 

(g)  Communications.  All  reports  re- 
quired to  be  filed  hereunder  and  all  com- 
munications concerning  this  order  shall, 
unlc-js  otherwise  directed,  be  addressed  to 
War  Production  Board,  Containers  Divi- 
sion, Washington  25,  D.  C,  Ref.:  L-232. 

<h)  Applicability  of  regulations.  This 
order  and  all  transactions  affected  there- 
by are  subject  to  all  applicable  provisions 
of  the  regulations  of  the  War  Production 
Board,  as  amended  from  time  to  time. 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

War  Production  Board, 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan, 

Recording  Secretary. 

ScHEDrLB   A BPBCinCATlONS  FOt    WoODEN 

Shipping  CorriAiNEXs 

TABLE     I — HAMPBtfl.     BASKETS,     BZRRT    CUPS     FOR 
PKXBH    ntTTTTS   AND  VKCirrABI.XS 

(a)  SpeclflcatlonB  for  the  types  and  dry 
capacities  of  permltt«d  hampers,  baskets,  ai.d 
berry  cups  are  as  follows: 

Type—  ( 1 )  Dry  capacity  { 2 ) 

1.  Hampers '^..s^.lbu. 

2    Round  rtave  baskets  '.'j.  1  bu. 

3.  Splint  baak eta 8.  13.  18,  24,  32  qts 

4.  Climax  baskets 4.  12  qts. 

6.  Till  boskets 1.  2.  3.  4  qts. 

6.  Berry  cup Vi.  1  pt .  I  qt. 

(b)  Exceptions.  The  restrictions  of  para- 
graphs (b)  (2).  (3).  (4)  and  (5)  of  thlsordir 
and  of  paragraph  (a)  of  this  Uble  shall  net 
apply  to: 

( 1 )  The  manufacture  or  assembly  of  wood- 
en shipping  couialnera  referred  to  In  this 
Table  by  any  person  from  wooden  parts  cut 
to  size  by  him  before  March  4.  1943.  provldeft 
such  manufacture  or  assembly  Is  completed 
by  August  31.  1943; 

(2)  The  assembly  of  wooden  shipping  con- 
tainers referred  to  In  this  table  by  ajiy  per- 
son from  cut-to-size  wooden  parts  bought 
and  received  by  him  before  April  1,  1943 
provided  such  assembly  Is  completed  b\ 
August  31,  1943 

(3)  The  aseembly  of  containers  purcha.«;r'i 
In  flat  or  knock-down  form  from  the  surplu 
stocks  of  government  agencies,  or  the  color- 
ing, printing,  or  Inbeling  of  such  containers 

(c)  Exemption  for  banana  hampers.  Tne 
restrictions  of  this  Table  I  shJill  not  apply  to 
hampers  used  for  the  shipment  of  bananas, 
(d)  "Hamper",  "round  stave  basket",  and 
"splint  basket"  have  the  same  meanings  n.'^ 
In  rule.s  and  regulations  '  of  Tlie  Secretary  o: 
Agriculture  Issued  under  the  United  States 
SUndard  Container  Act  of  1928.'  "Cllmnx 
baEket",  "till  ba&ket ',  and  "berry  cup"  mea:. 
baskets  and  containers  of  the  type  subject  to 
rules  and  regulations  '  of  The  Secretary  of 
Agriculture  Issued  under  the  United  State.^ 
Standard  Container  Act  of  1916.*  as  amended. = 


'  U  S.  Department  of  Agriculture  Servlc*' 
and  Regulatory  Announcements  No.  116.  a.- 
amended. 

»45  Stat    685;    16  U8C    257. 

•  U.  S  Department  of  Agriculture  Service 
and  Regulatory  Announcements  No.  104,  if- 
vlscd. 

•  39  Stat.  673;   15  U.S.C.  251. 
•45  Stat.  930;  15  U.8C.  251. 


TABI.B   11  — WOOPEN    SnirPINQ   CONTAIXEBS   FOB   FRESQ  FECIT  AND  TEOETABLKB 

Note:    Table  II  amended  Mar.  31,   1945. 


U  susl  name 

n 


Inside  depth 
( inchesj 


■jtv. 

2(«l. 


1.  Apple  Iwx 

..  Applp  1>'>I - 

3.  Apple  tx)v 

4.  .\pricot  \\.iz 

5.  Artichoke  box 

I).  .\«p»raeusrrato 

7.  Asiiara>;u5crato 

H.  A.sparatrusrrattf 

H.  Avocado  boi 

1(1.  Berry  crate 

11.  Herry  crate 

];!.  Herry  crate 

I.t.  Kerry  crate 

14.  Berry  crate 

l.s.  Berry  crate 

Ifi.  Berry  crai>^ 

17.  Bushel  cratft 

IH.  ('antalou[.)e  i)ony  crate 

19.  Cautaloupc  standard  crate 

21).  C'sntalotipojumtK) crate 

'Jl.  Cauliflower  crate 

:"2.  Cauliflower  craie - 

23.  Celery  craif 

24.  Celery  crafe 

24a.  Celery  cralo -. 

2.^.  Celery  crate 

26.  Celery  crate 

'.Via.  Celery  crates _ 

CeliT5'  crates 

Celpr y  crates 

C(U'r>  criite!t , 

Celery  crstcs 

Cherry,  apricot,  prune  lug 

•28.  Cherry,  apricot,  priirelue 

•29.  Cherry,  ai.ricot,  pruuelug 

:«i.  CranN'rry  box 

;*!.  Cranberry  box • 

31«.  Date  Ikii_ 

;<2.  Fig  i>i>T - • 

•;i3.  Fruit  box 

•34.  Fruit  box 

•.'iV  Fnjil  hoi 

•3(1.  Fruit  bni 

•:i7.  Four-ba.';lict  rrsl-' 

•.Ih.  Four-basLetcriile 

•;<y.  Four-baskrt  cr»te 

•40.  Fiiur-basket  crate 

41.  Honey  dew  standard  crate. 

4J.  Honey  de»  J  umbo  crate 

l>'nionbox 

1*  ttiice  crate 

Lime  box 

Lug  box 

•47.  Liis  box 

•4H.  LiJs;  box 

4a.  Melon  crate 

N).  Melon  trate 

.'1.  Oranpi'  and  Kraiiefniit  box 

.'>2.  Oranpf  and  prapcfruit  box... 

.'J.  HalforanRe  and  grspefruil  box 

.'■4.  Pear  boi ........... 

.^5.  Half  pear  box 

':f\.  Pear  lui: 

Pepper  crate 

Produce  box  (1  bushel* 

Produce  t'0.\  O:  lusbcb 

Pineapple  crate . 

(1.  Khubarli  box 

t.2.  hhubsrbtioT 

(■3.  Swectpotatii  crate 


10}'.' 

11 

11 

4H 

y?i 

10^ 

12!  t 

11 

iM 

2*4 

2''i» 

3!ior  3"!,. 
9or9;-j.... 

7H 

9 

U 

12 

11 

12 

13 , 

hh 

12J* 

2() 

»M 

10 

d'/t 

8 

12 

20 

.M,! 


Inside  width  (Inches) 
(3) 


Inside 
leneth 
( inches) 

(4) 


IIH. 
12'2. 

13... 


12^i. 
11. 


h... 
22.. 

334. 


i<  to9ii  top,  11  bottom.. 

9M  top.  lOh  bottom 

9'«  top,  12  bottom 

13^3 

lOVi 

13H 

13H 

iiIII-""""lI!II 

11 

12'1"II..I 

iiIII. !""...! 

12 

13 

18 

HM 

11 

16"""1II1II""1"."-. 

1»- 

8 

18 

ic'-iii-ir. 

8 


43. 
44. 

4.5. 
•4t^. 


3^«. 
3?i. 
8«. 

m. 
1;*. 
8... 
4... 

4^. 


4U.. 
4U  . 
4H.. 


^7 
m. 


C*4 

7*4 

y"s 

13}i 

() 

6*4 

4»4 

3-n 

fis; 

734 

\\H 

12 

9!.^ 

S\i 

b\-> 

ci» 

L3H 

7li«»... 
7M«'-. 

IQi'. 

9 

3'M«.... 
12'U... 


C4. 

r7. 


Swectpotato  rrnte ' 


Vegetable  crate 

\e?4'table  crate 

Vegetable  crate 

Nepc  tabic  crate 


13... 

9 

K 

7H.. 


10. 

im 

lOh 

lOh 

IDH 

11 

n\i 

11 

im 

im 

im 

llK' 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

13 

17k' 

12 , 

134 

13H 

13H 

12 

14 

IBs 

12 

9l» 

\ni 

im 

13U 

11 

17M 

123 » 

12 

lUi 

llij 

12li  top 

13U  bottom. 

12. .,... 

I7h. 


13 

12 

15orl5H.. 


18. 

la 

17. 

16. 

2<)5*. 

K^u  or  IS. 

1714. 

\f'M. 

Iti. 

21  ;i. 

IS. 
IS. 
IH. 
22. 
22 

21 U  to  2Z 
1.5. 
22. 
2i 
22. 

21  =  4  fo  22. 
23. 
205i 

19!^  to  30. 
I  22. 

n\i. 
12:4. 
'  14. 
22. 

\  10:4. 

22. 
I  14. 

14. 

14. 

IS. 

i3':(». 

16. 
14 
16. 
16. 
Ifi. 
16. 
16. 
14 
16. 
16. 
22. 
22. 
or 

21  'H  to  22. 

12. 

Ifi. 

16. 

16. 

22. 

22. 

24. 

24. 

19. 

JR. 

\H.      • 

21  ^. 

22. 

rM. 

12H. 
33. 
24H. 
24  H. 
1.5  top. 

16  bottom. 
li.H. 

21H  to  22. 
21H  to22. 
22. 
18M. 


'Tbp  iMKlde  d..,dh  of  this  box  may  be  Increased  up  to  UVi".  either  by  the  addition  of  cle.its  of 

any  thii-kn.-H.s  or  l.y  the  une  of  ft  solid  end.  ,      „  <„   711     "   ».r  tho  uddltlon  of  cleats  of  any 

I  Til-  iiiMde  d.M'th  of  ihiH  b..x  may  be  Increased  up  to  7iii<i      by  tue  aaaition  or  maio  »>■  »"/ 

'''"Trirwid:^l';''.rof''t.!is''boi'nmy  be  Increased  up  to  5^"  by  the  addition  of  clents  of  any 
'•'^^'i:;:^.v:r'an  asterisK'^,pea;s,'"c;!:a.B  may  be  u.ed  f..r  .ucl.  Ifni.  as  provided  f,.r  In  paragraph 
((■;  bf  the  te\t  of  Table  II. 


(d)  Exceptions.  (1)  The  restrictions  of 
paragraphs  (b)  (2).  (3),  (4)  and  (5)  of  this 
order  and  of  this  Table  II  shall  not  apply  to : 

(1)  The  manufacture  or  assembly  of  wood- 
en shipping  containers  by  any  person  from 
wooden  parta  cut  to  size  by  him  before 
March  4,  1943;  provided,  such  manufacture 
or  assembly  Is  completed  by  August  31.  1943: 

(11)  The  assembly  of  wooden  shipping  con- 
tainers by  any  person  from  cut-to-size  wooden 
parts  bought  and  received  by  him  before  April 
1,  1943;  provided,  such  assembly  Is  completed 
by  August  31,  1943; 

(Hi)  The  assembly  of  containers  purchased 
In  flat  or  knock-down  form  from  the  surplus 
stocks  of  government  agencies,  or  the  color- 
ing, printing,  or  lat>eling  of  such  containers. 

(2)  The  restrictions  of  this  Table  II  shall 
not  apply  to  the  manufacture  or  assembly 
of  wooden  shipping  containers,  or  the  manu- 
facture of  wooden  parts  for  wooden  shipping 
containers,  to  be  delivered : 

(I)  To  or  for  the  account  of  the  Army,  the 
Navy,  the  Coast  Guard,  the  Maritime  Com- 
mission, the  war  Shipping  Administration, 
the  Veterans  Administration,  or  the  Depart- 
ment of  Agriculture  (for  Lend-L«aae  pur- 
poses), provided,  the  governrrrent  agency's 
specifications  require  wooden  shipping  con- 
tainers which  do  not  comply  with  Table  II. 

( II )  To  any  person  for  use  In  packing  fresh 
fruits  or  vegetables  for  delivery  to  or  for  the 
account  of  such  government  agencies;  pro- 
vided, the  government  agency's  speclflcatlonB 
require  wooden  shipping  containers  which 
do  not  comply  with  Table  II;  and  provided 
furtiier.  such  person  furniskM  the  container 
or  container-parts  supplier  with  a  written 
certification  In  substantially  the  following 
form,  signed  by  an  authorized  official,  either 
manually  or  as  provided  in  Priorities  Regula- 
tion No."7; 

"This  Is  to  certify  that  specifications  of 
orders  received  by  the  undersigned  from 
(designate  government  agency)  require  wood- 
en containers  not  conforming  with  Order 
L-232.  The  material  ordered  herewith  Is  for 
that  purpose  only. 

Company 

By. 

Title Date " 

Such  certification  shall  constitute  a  repre- 
Bentation  to  the  supplier  and  to  the  War  Pro- 
duction Board  as  to  the  truth  of  the  facts 
stated  therein.  The  supplier  may  rely  upon 
Buch  representation  unless  he  has  knowledge 
or  reason  to  believe  that  It  ie  not  true. 

TABLl     in — WOODEN     SniPPINO     COXTAIMRS     FOB 
DRESSED     CHICKENS     ft     TCBKKTS 


(a)  The  designation  In  column  (1)  of 
Table  II  is  merely  for  Identification  and  shall 
not  be  construed  as  restricting  usage.  'In- 
side width'  and  'Inside  depth'  of  the  con- 
tainer are  the  width  and  length,  respectively, 
of  the  end  pieces  or  end  frames,  exclusive  of 
any  cleats.  'Inside  length'  of  the  container 
shall  be  its  outside  length  minus  the  com- 
bined thickness  of  both  ends  and  of  the  cen- 
ter piece  (if  any). 

(b)  An   optional   variation   of   up  to    Vs 
under  or  up  to  I4"  over  the  specified  inside 
Irngtlis  is  allowed.    A  tolerance  of  up  to  ig", 
plus  or  minus.  In  the  specified  inside  depths 


and   inside  width  Is  aUowed  for  shrinkage 
and  manufacture. 

(c)  No  cleats  may  be  so  used  as  to  increase 
Inside  dimensions  except  where  an  asterisk 
appears  In  Column  (1)  of  Table  U  or  where, 
and  as,  specified  In  any  footnote  after  that 
table.  Where  an  asterisk  appears  in  Column 
(1)  of  Table  n,  one  or  more  cleats  of  Va". 
'a".  Vi".  '/a",  ''is"'  or  ''4"  thickness  may  be 
attached'  to  the  top  of  each  end  piece,  or 
end  frame,  provided  such  cleat  or  cleats  do 
not  Increase  the  Inside  dimensions  of  the  con- 
tainer by  more  than  the  specified  thlcknesB 
of  the  cleat  or  cleats. 


Chicken  boxes' 
(approximate  weiphti 

0) 


Inside 
length 

(inches) 

(2) 


Inside 
width 
(Inchee) 

(3) 


101. 
102. 
103. 
104. 
105. 
106, 


36  lbs. 
42  lbs. 
48  lbs. 
,54  lbs. 
60  lbs. 
72  lbs. 


TURKET   BOIES 


111.  Small 

112.  Large- 

113.  Very  larire.. 

114.  West  Coast. 


18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
24 


26 

32 
31 
30 


14 

i4h 

K5H 
lf>>i 
17 
18 


24 
28 
19 
22 


Inside 
depth 

{inchee) 

(4) 


714 

7,4 
74 


7^ 
h 


(a)  Exceptions.  The  restrictions  of  para- 
graph (b)  (2),  (3),  (4)  and  (5)  of  this  order 
and  of  this  Table  m  shall  not  apply  to : 

(1)  The  manufacture  or  assembly  of  wood- 
en chicken  and  turkey  boxes  by  any  person 
from  wooden  parts  cut  to  size  by  him  before 
July  30.  1943,  provided  such  manufacture  or 
assembly  Is  completed  by  September  30,  1943; 

(2)  The  assembly  of  wooden  chicken  and 
turkey  boxea  by  any  person  from  cut-to-Fize 
wooden  parts  bought  and  received  by  him 


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3.^30 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


3o31 


hi- 


before  August  IB.  1943.  provided  such  assem- 
bly  iB  completed   by  September  30,    1B43 

(3)  The  assembly  of  containers  purchased 
In  flat  or  knock-down  form  from  the  surplus 
stocks  of  government  agencies,  or  the  color- 
ing   printing,  or  labeling  of  such  contalneri. 

Schedule  B — Rzstrictigns  in  Use  of  Wooden 
Shipping  Containers 

TAOLB     I — commodities      WHICH      MAT      NOT     BS 
shipped    IN    WOODEN    SHIPPING    CONTAINERS 

(a)  The  restrictions  of  this  Table  1  shall 
not  apply  to  (1)  shipments  to  or  for  the 
arcount  of  the  Army  or  Navy  of  the  United 
States,  or  shipments  to  military  exchanges 
(as  defined  In  Priorities  Regulation  No.  17) 
located  outside  the  48  states,  the  District  of 
Columbia  and  Canada,  (2)  shipments  to  be 
delivered  ultimately  outside  the  48  states  of 
the  Dnlted  States,  the  District  of  Columbia 
and  Canada.  (3)  shipments  of  stores  for 
shipboard  use  on  ocean-going  vessels.  (4) 
shipments  to  or  for  the  account  of  the  Vet- 
erans Administration,  (6)  shlpnnents  in 
wooden  barrels,  kegs,  drums,  kits  or  palls, 
except  in  the  case  of  soda  ash,  bicarbonate 
of  soda,  and  salt 

(b)  Whenever  the  letter  "b"  appears  after 
a  commodity  In  this  list,  the  restriction  ap- 
plies to  this  commodity  only  when  packaged 
in  glass,  textile,  metal  or  paper. 

(c)  Soda  ash  and  bicarbonate  of  soda 
were  Included  in  Tabls  I  on  July  23.  1943  and 
all  the  other  commodities  were  added  on 
October  23.  1943 

(d)  The  headings  used  In  this  table  are 
only  for  the  purpose  of  separating  the  Items 
Into  groups  of  similar  commodities 

B^iilding  Materials 

1.  Asphalt  roofing  (rolls  or  shingles),  siding 

and  tiles 

2.  Brick,  except  fire  and  glass 

3.  Cement  "• 

4.  Cork   (except  pipe  covering  and  slabs) 

6.  Mineral  wool,  except  slabs,  blocks,  batts 

and  Insulation  (formed,  metal  encased) 
6    Plaster,  cem.ent  lime,  gypsum  (this  does 
not  include  dental,  orthopedic  and  In- 
du.<!trlal   mold   grades) 

7.  Roof  coatings  and  cements  * 

8  Steel   sash   and    windows 

^ooda  (Freth  Vegetablea  Are  Listed  as  Item$ 
38-43  and  Animal  Foods.  Item  101) 

9  Bakery    goods,    except    In    multiple    trip 

returnable  containers 
10    Baking  powder 

11.  Candy  or  confectionery 

12.  Canned  and  glassed  foods  or  food  products 

13.  Cereals,  prepared 

14.  Chocolate 

15.  Cocoa 

16.  Coffee 

17.  Condiments* 

18.  Corn  starch  " 

19.  Dessert  powders 

20.  Flours,  prepared 

products 
21    Food     seasoning,     coloring     and     related 
products  * 

22.  Fruit  and  vegetable  Juices  • 

23.  Gelatins  " 

24.  Horseradish  products  * 

25.  Ice  cream  cones 
20.  Macaroni  ■> 

37.  Mayonnaise  and  salad  dressing  * 

38.  Noodles  ■> 
29.  Nuts,  edible 

SO    Peanut  butter  and  peanuts  * 

31    Popcorn 

82.  Potato  chips 

33    r.ice 

34.  Salt 

36.  Spaghetti  » 


36.  Spices     (except     mustard    flour,    ground 

cloves,  ground  mace  and  ground  nut- 
meg) 

37.  Tea 

Fresh  Veg*table$ 

38.  Cabbage 

39.  Corn,  green 

40.  Onions,  dry 

41.  Potatoes,  white 

42.  Rutabagas 

43.  Turnips,  root 

Glass  Products 

44.  Jars,  home  canning 

45.  Ornaments  and  decorations 

Hardu-are 

46.  Buckets  and  palls  (wood  or  metal) 

47.  Handles,  wooden,  for  hand  tools 

48.  Wash  tubs,  wood  or  metal 

Horticultural  Items 

49.  Flowers,   flower  seeds,   and  flower  plants 

60.  Shrubs,  ornamental  or  cuttings 

61.  Tiees,  ornamental  or  cuttings 

Leather  Products 

62.  Belting  butu 

63.  Bridles 
54.  Harnesses 
65.  Horse  collars 

56.  Novelties 

57.  Pocketbooks 

58.  Saddles 

59.  Suitcases 

60.  Traveling  bags— all  kinds 

61.  Trunks 

62    Whips  and  crops 

Paper  Products 

63.  Advertising  displayt, — counter,  window  or 

floor 
64    Albums 

65.  Announcements 

66.  Calendars 

67.  Catalogues 

68.  Greeting  cards 

69.  Illustrated  post  cards 

70.  Magazines,   including   house  organs 

71.  Novelties 

72.  Posters 

73.  Punch  boards 

Textiles  (Except  Clothing) 

74.  Awnings 

76.  Blankets  , 

76.  Comtorters 

77.  Mattresses 

78.  Rope,  string  and  twine 

79.  Tents 

Miscellaneous 

80.  Adheslves  or  cements,  household 

81.  Appliances,     electric,     domestic      (except 

stoves,  refrigerators,  washing  machines 
and  mangles) 

82.  Art  supplies 

83.  Ash  trays 

84.  Baskets 

85.  Bed  springs 

86.  Beverages,  carbonated,  malt  or  alcoholic 

and    concentrates,   except   In   multiple 
trip  returnable  containers. 

87.  Bicarbonate  of  soda 

88.  Brushes  and  brooms 

89.  [Deleted  Jan.  8.  1944] 

90.  Candles,  except  for  religious  purposes 

91.  Ceramics,  ornamental 

92.  Charcoal,  except  activated  carbon 

93.  Cigars  and  cigarettes 

94.  Combs 
96.  Cosmetics 

96.  Dentifrices 

97.  Depilatories 

98.  Dry  cleaning  preparations,  household 
90.  Sectrlc  light  bulbs 

100.  Fertilizers 

101.  Pood,  knlmal  and  pet 
loa.  (Deleted  J&n.  I,  10i4] 


103.  Hair,  dressing  and  dyes,  shampoos  and 
tonics 

104  Hats,  millinery 

105  Heels  and  soles,  footwear 

106.  Hose,  rubber  and  fabric  except  wire  Im- 
bedded 

107  Jewelry 

108  Mops 

109.  Ornaments,  made  of  glns."<,  plastic,  pot- 

tery,   china,    metal,    wood,    paper    or 
leather 
110    Pamt  and  paint  products* 

111.  Peat  moss 

112.  Pens  and   pencils 

113.  Perfumes  and  toiletries 

114.  Polishes" 

115.  Scouring  and  cleaning  compounds   and 

detergents  (does  not  Incltide  liquid 
acidic  materials  shipped  in  carboys 
wiih  a  capacity  of  6  gallons  or  more) 

110.  Shoes 

117.  Soap" 

118.  Soda  ash 

119.  Sporting  goods 
120    Starch  •» 

121.  Tobacco  » 

122.  Toys   and  games 

123  Varnishes  " 

124  Waxes  * 

TABLE  n — COMMODTTira  WHCSB  PACKING  AND 
BHIPPINC  IN  WOODIN  SHIPPING  COIfTAINCXS  IS 
KESTKICTEO 

Mucellaneouj  Products 

Quota   based  on   1942 
Commodity:  Calendar  year  {percent) 

10.  Animal  proprietary  drug  remedies...     65 

11.  Books 80 

12.  Carpets  _. 80 

13  China  and  glassware   (except  vitrified 

for  commercial  use) 80 

14  Clothing,  except  shoes 80 

16    Glass    tableware    and    glass    kitchen 

articles so 

16  Hooks  and  eyes,  slide  and  snap  fas- 

teners, buckles,  buttons,  and  mis- 
cellaneous metal  apparel  bindings.     60 

16a.  Leather,  restricted  to  goat,  kid, 
cabretta  and  kangaroo  and  limited 
to  processed  hides,  skins  and  splits 
which  have  not  been  Incorporated 
into  any  product 70 

16b.  Leather,  all  other,  limited  to  proc- 
essed hides,  skins  and  splits  which 
have  not  been  Incorporated  Into 
any  product 50 

17  Linoleum gO 

18.  Musical   instruments 80 

19.  Pottery  products,  household   (except 

ornamental) 80 

20    Printing    and    publishing    products. 

except  those  listed  elsewhere 80 

21.  Rugs 80 

22.  Tile    (toor.    wall,    facing,    glazed    or 

■    unglazed) so 

Note:  Notes  1  and  2  deleted  June  30,  1944. 

Note  8.  The  base  period  and  quota  period 
quantities  of  a  commodity  shall  be  deter- 
mined by  weight,  volume  or  count  of  that 
commodity  packed  for  shipment  or  shipped 
In  wooden  shipping  containers,  or  by  the 
board  footage  content  of  the  wooden  ship- 
ping containers  required.  The  same  measure 
shall  be  used  in  both  the  base  period  and 
quota  period  quantities  for  any  commodity. 

Note  4.  Exceptions.  No  person  shall  be 
bound  by  quota  restrictions  contained  In 
paragraph  (c)  (2)  applicable  to  any  com- 
modity during  any  calendar  year  or  seasonal 
year,  whichever  la  specified,  during  which  he 
neither  packs  nor  ships  more  than  one  car- 
load or  30.000  poimde  of  that  oommodity. 
whichever  Is  the  lesser. 

[F.    R.    Doc.    46-6180:    Filed,    Mar     31.    194o: 
11:33  a    m  ] 


Part  3285 — Lumber  and  LxncBER  Products 

{Order  Lr-335,  Direction  1  as  Amended  Mar. 
'  31,  1945] 

SAWMILLS'  SHIPMENTS  OP  DOUGLAS  FIR, 
WHITE  FIR,  NOBLE  FIR,  SITKA  SPRWCE  (EX- 
CEPT AIRCRAFT  GRADE)  AND  WEST  COAST 
HEMLOCK 

The  following  amended  direction  is  is- 
."-ued  pursuant  to  Order  L-335: 

(a)  What  saicjnills  are  covered  by  Viis 
dirt'Ciionr  This jclirectk)n~appUes_only  to 
■sawmUinocated"  in~^the  States  of  Oregon 
and  Wafihington^Vest  of  the  crest  of  the 
Citsciide  mountain_rangVwhich_produceJ,he 
following~B^ecies~bf  lumber:  ^"uglas^flr 
ipseudots^ga^taxlfolia).  Noble  fir.  White  fir, 
.<itka  spruceri except  aircraft  grades  of  Sitka 
bpruce  and  Noble  flrwhlch'^arejspeclfically 
fillocated  either  directly  or  indirectly  to  man- 
ia acturers~of  aircraft)  and  West  coast  hem- 
IcckT'^ 

"  (b)  Military  orders  placed  u^ith  sawmills 
that  take  precedence  over  other  orders. 
This  paragraph  applies  to  every  sawmill  men- 
tioned in  paragraph  (a)  above  which  cur- 
rently produces  25.000  or  more  board  feet  of 
lumber  (whether  one  of  the  named  species 
or  not)  per  average  day  of  eight  hours  of 
continuous  operation  or  which  produced  an 
average  of  25,000  or  more  board  feet  of  lum- 
ber per  day  during  the  days  from  June  3, 
1943  to  December  3.  1943  on  which  It  was  In 
operation.  Starting  with  the  month  of  Au- 
gust 1944,  sawmills  that  receive  orders  of  the 
types  described  In  paragraph  (c)  below  must 
accept  and  ship  such  orders  In  preference  to 
all  other  orders  (except  orders  rated  AAA) 
to  the  extent  that  such  orders  do  not  require 
more  than  35  percent  of  the  sawmill's  antici- 
pated monthly  shipments  of  all  species  listed 
in  paragraph  (a)  above.  Such  an  order  may 
not  be  accepted  by  a  sawmill  after  the  begin- 
ning of  the  month  preceding  the  month  of 
shipment  If  the  acceptance  of  the  order 
would  result  In  displacing  other  certified  and 
rated  orders  amounting  to  more  than  10  per- 
cent of  the  sawmill's  anticipated  monthly 
shipments.  A  sawmill's  shipment  on  such 
orders  shall  t)e  in  the  sizes  required  by  the 
agency  or  person  placing  the  order. 

(C)  Military  orders.  The  following  types 
of  certified  and  rated  orders  placed  with  a 
sawmill  shall  be  accorded  the  treatment  pro- 
vided for  in  paragraph  (b)  above  and  ship- 
ments made  on  such  orders  may  be  credited 
against  the  percentage  that  a  sawmill  Is  re- 
quired to  ship  under  that  paragraph  In  pref- 
erence to  other  orders: 

(1)  Orders  for  the  Account  of  the  United 
Slates  Government  placed  by  the  U.  S.  Army, 
U.  S.  Navy,  U.  S.  Marine  Corps,  U.  S.  Coast 
Guard,  U.  8.  Maritime  Commission,  and  War 
Shipping  Administration; 

(2)  Orders  for  the  account  of  the  United 
States  Government  placed  by  the  Treasury 
Department,  Procurement  Division  on  oehalf 
of  the  Foreign  Economic  Administration 
bearing  the  symbol  DA-TP8; 

(3)  Orders  placed  by  any_otlier_  person 
whlch~bear  a  certification  of  the  Central 
Procuring  Agcncyr Procurement^Divlsion^^f 
the'  Unlted~States 'Corps  of'Englneers  to  the 
efIecFlEat~the'order  ls~a  military  order  wid 
as 'such  Is  entltled^to^  the^preferentlal  treat- 
ment~prescribed'blr  this  dlrectlon._  A_per- 
sorPwhcTrecelvetrsuch  a  certification  from 
t he~CenUarProc^ui^g~Agency  may  exte^ 
thatrcertlflcatldn~ln  placing  orders  with  his 
supprier~to~4he  extent  necessary  to  obtain 
1  umber  required' for  delivery  on  the  order 
bearing  the  original  certification  of  the  Cen- 
trarPr6curlng~Agency.  If  a  distributor  seTS 
lumber  out  of  Inventory  on  an  order  bear- 


No. 


Ing  a  certification  of  the  Central  Procxirlng 
Agency  to  the  effect  that  the  order  ls_a 
rnllitary'ordeF  and  as  such  Is  entitled  to  the 
preferential  treatment^  prescribed  by  this^dl- 
rectionT the  distributor  may  not  extend  the 
certlflcatloiTof  the  Central  Procuring  Agency 
to~replace  iheTumber  In  Inventory.  If  the 
distributor^ wantslils  order  to  be  Identified 
as  a  military  order  he  must  send  itto  the 
nearest  offlce"ol  the~Central  Procuring  Agency 
for^certiflcatioh  and  placement  by  that 
agency.  If  a"  distributor  does  not  wish  to 
have  the"  CentraF  Procuring  "Agencycertify 
his  order'  or  "the'^Central  Procuring  Agency 
refuses  to'certlfyltTthen  the  distributor  may 
place  his'  order~wlth~his ~  lumber  supplier, 
but'lt  may"not~b€ar  any~^ther  certlflcatkjn 
than'That'^described  Inlparagraph  (q)  (3)  of 
Order  L-335. 

'ni4)~Orders  placed  for  the  account  of  the 
United  States  Government  by  the  Veterans 
Administration  or  orders  placed  by  any  other 
person  bearing  a  certification  of  the  Direc- 
tor of  Construction  of  the  Veterans  Admin- 
istration to  the  effect  that  the  lumber  pur- 
chased thereby  Is  for  use  on  construction 
work  done  for  the  Veterans  Administration. 
For  the  purposes  of  this  direction  "orders" 
shall  be  deemed  to  Include  the  memorandum 
of  purchase  Issued  by  the  Central  Procuring 
Agency  on  ED  Form  526  commonly  known 
as  a  "purchase  allocation."  A  "purchase  al- 
location" order  Is  not  to  receive  the  prefer- 
ential treatment  to  be  accorded  military 
orders  under  paragraph  (b)  above  unless 
it  is  one  of  the  types  of  orders  described 
above. 

(d)  Other  mUitary  orders.  The  amount  of 
iHmber  that  must  be  made  available  to  the 
military  on  orders  receiving  the  preferential 
treatment  described  In  paragraph  (b)  is  the 
minimum  and  a  sawmill  must  continue  to 
accept  other  orders  lomlng  from  the  same 
sources  for  lumber  In  excess  of  the  required 
percentage  mentioned  In  paragraph  (b)  In 
accordance  with  parafjraphs  (x)  (1)  and 
(X)  (2)  of  Order  L-335,  but  orders  placed 
with  a  sawmill  over  and  above  the  required 
35  percent  shall  be  treated  like  any  other 
order  and  they  will  not  take  precedence  over 
other  orders  which  are  equally  or  higher 
rated. 

(e)  [Deleted   Mar.   31,    1945  1 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 
War  Production  Board, 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan, 

Recording  Secretary. 

[F.    R     Doc.    45-6181;    Filed.    Mar.    31.    1945; 
11:32  a,  m.l 


Part  3285 — Lumber  and  Lumber 
products 

[Order  L-335,  Direction  2  as  Amended  Mar. 
31.  1945] 

SAWMILLS'  SHIPMENTS  FROM  WESTERN  PINE 
REGION 

The  following  amended  direction  is  is- 
sued pursuant  to  Order  L-335: 

(a)  What  sawmills  are  covered  by  this  di- 
rection.  This  direction  applies  only  to  saw- 
mills located  In  the  States  of  Washington, 
Oregon,  California,  Idaho,  Montana.  Wyo- 
ming, Nevada,  Utah.  Colorado,  Arizona,  New 
Mexlc(^  and  South  Dakota  which  produce  the 
following  species  of  lumber:  Ponderosa  pine, 
sugar  pine,  lodgepole  pine,  Idaho  White  pine 
and  white  fir  (except  Idaho  White  pine  and 
•white  fir  produced  west  of  the  crest  of  the 
Cascade  mountain  range  In  the  States  of 
Oregon  and  WashUjgton).  Western  whlta 
spruce,  and  Engelmann  spruce. 


(b)  MUitary  orders  placed  with  sawmills 
that  take  precedence  over  other  orders.  This 
paragraph  applies  to  every  sawmill  mentioned 
In  paragraph  (a)  above  which  currently  pro- 
duces 6,000  or  more  board  feet  of  lumber 
(whether  one  of  the  named  species  or  not) 
per  average  day  of  eight  hours  of  continuous 
operation  or  which  produced  an  average  of 
5,000  or  more  board  feet  of  lumber  per  day 
during  the  days  from  June  3,  1943  to  Decem- 
ber 3,  1943  on  which  it  was  In  operation. 
Starting  with  the  month  of  August,  1944, 
sawmills  that  receive  orders  of  the  types  de- 
scribed In  paragraph  (c)  below  must  accept 
and  ship,  such  orders  in  preference  to  all  other 
orders  (except  orders  rated  AAA)  to  the  extent 
that  such  orders  do  not  require  more  than  20 
percent  of  the  sawmill's  anticipated  monthly 
shipments  of  all  species  listed  in  paragraph 
(a)  above.  Such  an  order  may  not  be  ac- 
cepted by  a  sawmill  after  the  beginning  of 
the  moiSth  preceding  the  month jDf  shipment 
If  the  acceptance  of  the  order  would  result 
In  displacing  other  certified  and  rated  orders 
amounting  to  more  than  10  percent  of  the 
sawmill's  anticipated  monthly  shipments.  A 
sawmill's  shipment  on  such  orders  shall  be 
in  the  sizes  required  by  the  agency  or  person 
placing  the  order. 

(c)  Military  orders.  The  following  types 
of  certified  and  rated  orders  placed  with  a 
savmilll  shall  be  accorded  the  treatment  pro- 
vided for  In  paragraph  (b)  above  and  ship- 
ments made  on  such  orders  may  be  credited 
against  the  percentage  that  a  sawmill  Is  re- 
quired to  ship  under  that  paragraph  in  pref- 
erence to  other  orders: 

(1)  Orders  for  the  account  of  the  United 
States  Government  placed  by  the  U.  S.  Army. 
U.  S.  Navy,  U.  8.  Marine  Corps,  U.  S.  Coast 
Guard,  U.  S.  Maritime  Commission,  and  War 
Shipping  Administration; 

(2)  Orders  for  the  account  of  the  United 
States  Government  placed  by  the  Treasury 
Department,  Procurement  Division  on  behalf 
of  the  Foreign  Economic  Administration 
tearing  the  symbol  DA-TPS; 

(3)  Orders  placed  by  any  other  person 
whlch"beai~Fcertificatioirof  the  Central  Pro- 
curing AgencyrProcHrement  Division  of  the 
United'States  Corps  of  Engineers  to  the  effect 
"thaYthe  order  Isalmiiltary^order  and  as  such 
ls~entltled  to  th¥  preferential  treatment  pre- 
scrlbed  by  this  direction.  A  pereonjwho  re- 
celves  such  a  certlfi^tlon  from  the  Central 
Procuring  Agency^ay  extend  that  certlfica- 
"tion  in  placlng^orderB~wlth  hls_supplle£  to 
the  extent  necessary~to~obtaln  Jumber  re- 
qulredlroFdellvery  on  l^he  order  bearing  the 
"original  certlfi~catlon"of  the^^ntral  Procur^ 
Irig Agency.  If  a  distributor  sells^lumber  out 
of  Inventory  on  an^order  bearing  a  certiflcaj- 
Uon  of~thtrCehtral"l*rocurlng  Agency  to  the 
effect  that  the  orderls~a~military_order  and 
as'suchls  entltled~to~the~ preferential  treaty 
men t~prescribed~ by  Uils  dlrej;tion.  the  dls- 
trlbutor  may~not  extend  the  certification  of 
"thengentral^ProciHng~Agency  tojeplace  the 

lumber    in     inventory.     If    the distributor 

wants  his  order  to  be  identified  as  a  mjiitary 
brder~he  must  send~lt~to  the  nearest  office 
of  the"  CentrirProctirlng^gency  f orj:en  ifica - 
"tlbn   andf^Tacement   by   that   Agency.     If   a 


dlstrlbutorlloeer not  wish  to  have  the^entrai 
Procurlng~Agency~certlfy  his  order^r  the 
"CentrarPrbcurlng~Agency~refuses_to  certify 
"itTthen  the^istributor  may  p]ace  his  order 
with~hls  lumber  supplier ,^ut|tjnay  not  bear 
any  other  certiflcatroiTthan  that  descrlTjed  In 
pw^aph  (q)^3)~of  Order  Lr-335. 

(4)^brder8^1aced  for  the  account  of  the 
United  States  Government  by  the  Veterans 
Administration  or  orders  placed  by  any  other 
person  bearing  a  certification  of  the  Direc- 
tor of  Construction  of  the  Veterans  Admin - 


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■wyr^T\T^T3  kJ      Df  r'TCTU'I?      Ttmarlmi      Awirit    .?      19d5 


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3532 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tue$day,  AprU  3,  1945 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


3533 


Istratlon  to  the  effect  that  the  lumber  pur- 
chased thereby  Is  for  use  on  construction 
work  done  for  the  Veterans  Administration. 
For  the  purposes  of  this  direction  "orders" 
shall  be  deemed  to  Include  the  memorandum 
of  purchase  Issued  by  the  Central  Procur- 
ing Agency  on  ED  Form  628  commonly  known 
as  a  "purchase  allocafton".  A  "purchase  allo- 
cation" order  Is  not  to  receive  the  preferen- 
tial treatment  to  be  accorded  military  orders 
under  paragraph  (b)  abox'e  unless  It  Is  one  of 
the  types  of  orders  described  above. 

(d)  Other  military  orders.  The  amount 
of  lumber  that  must  be  made  available  to 
the  military  on  orders  receiving  the  prefer- 
ential treatment  described  In  paragraph  (b) 
Is  the  minimum  and  a  sawmill  must  con- 
tinue to  accept  other  orders  coming  from 
the  same  sources  for  lumber  In  excess  of 
the  required  percentage  mentioned  In  para- 
graph (b)  In  accordance  with  paragraphs 
(X)  (1)  and  (X)  (2)  of  Order  L-335.  but 
orders  placed  with  a  sawmill  over  and  above 
the  required  20  percent  shall  be  treated  like 
any  other  order  and  they  will  not  take 
precedence  over  other  orders  which  are  eaually 
or  higher  rated. 

(e)  [Deleted  Mar    31.  1945  ] 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

War  E»roduction  Board. 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan. 

Recording  Secretary. 

|F     R     Doc.    45-5182;    Piled.    Mar.    31,    1945; 
11:32  a.  m  ] 


Part  3285 — Lumber  and  Lumber 
Products 

(Order  L  335.  Direction  3  as  Amended 
Mar  31.  1945 1 

SAWMILLS'    SHIPMENTS    OF    REDWOOD 

The  following  amended  direction  is  is- 
sued pursuant  to  Order  L-335: 

(a)  What  saicmiUs  are  covered  by  this  di- 
rection. This  direction  applies  only  to  saw- 
mills located  in  the  State  of  California  which 
produce  redwood  lumber. 

(b)  Military  orders  placed  with  sau-mills 
that  take  precedence  over  other  orders.  This 
paragraph  applies  to  every  sawmill  men- 
tioned In  paragraph  (a)  above  which  cur- 
rently produces  25.000  or  more  board  feet  of 
lumber  (whether  redwood  or  not)  per  aver- 
age day  of  eight  hours  of  continuous  opera- 
tion or  which  produced  an  average  of  35.000 
or  more  board  feet  of  lumber  per  day  dur- 
ing the  days  from  June  3,  1943  to  December 
3,  1943  on  which  It  was  In  operation.  Start- 
ing with  the  month  of  August  1944,  sawmills 
that  receive  orders  of  the  types  described  In 
paragraph  (c)  below  must  accept  rnd  ship 
such  orders  In  preference  to  all  other  orders 
(except  orders  rated  AAA)  to  the  extent  that 
such  orders  do  not  require  more  than  40 
percent  of  the  sawmill's  anticipated  monthly 
shipments  of  redwood  lumber.  Such  an  or- 
der may  not  bo  accepted  by  a  sawmill  after 
the  beginning  of  the  month  preceding  the 
month  of  shipment  If  the  acceptance  of  the 
iirder  would  result  In  displacing  other  certi- 
fied and  rated  orders  amounting  to  more 
than  10  percent  of  the  sawmill's  anticipated 
monthly  shipments.  A  sawmill's  shipment 
on  such  orders  shall  be  In  the  sizes  required 
by  the  agency  or  person  placing  the  order. 

(c»  Military  orders  The  following  types  of 
certified  and  rated  orders  placed  with  a  saw- 
mill shall  be  accorded  the  treatment  provided 
for  in  paragraph  (b)  above  and  shipments 
n  ade  on  such  orders  may  be  credited  against 
th.e  percentage  that  a  sawmill  is  required  to 
ship  under  that  paragraph  in  preference  to 
other  orders: 


(1)  Ordera  for  the  kocount  of  the  United 
States  Oovemment  placed  by  the  U.  8.  Army, 
n.  S.  Navy,  U.  8.  Marine  Corps.  U.  8.  Coast 
Guard,  U.  B.  Maritime  Commisaion,  and  War 
Shipping  Administration. 

(3)  Orders  for  the  accoimt  of  the  United 
States  Oovemment  placed  by  the  Treasury 
Department,  Proctu'ement  Division  on  behalf 
of  the  Foreign  Ek;onomlc  Adml□lBt^atlon  bear- 
ing the  symbol  DA-TPS; 

(3)  Orders  placed  by  any  other  person 
which  t)ear  a  certlflcatlon^of  the^Central  Pro^ 
curing  AgencyrProcurement  Dlvlslon^of  the 
United  States  Corps  of  Engineers  to  the  effect 
that  the  order  Is  a  military  order  and  as  such 
is  entitled  to  the  preferential  treatment  pre- 
scribed by  this  direction.  A  i>erson  who  re- 
ceives such  a  certification  from  the  Central 
Procuring  Agency  may  extend  that  certifica- 
tion In  placing  orders  with  his  supplier  to  the 
extent  necessary  to  obtain  lumber  required 
for  delivery  on  the  order  bearing  the  original 
certification  of  the  Central  R-ocurlng  Agency. 
If  a  distributor  sells  lumber  out  of  Inventory 
on  an  order  bearing  a  certification  of  the 
Central  Procuring  Agency  to  the  effect  that 
the  order  Is  a  military  order  and  as  such  Is 
entitled  to  the  preferential  treatment  pre- 
scribed by  this  direction,  the  distributor  may 
not  extend  the  certification  -of  the  Central 
Procuring  Agency  to  replace  the  lumber  in  iri^ 
ventory.  If  the  distributor  wants  his  order  to 
be  identified  as  a  military  order  he  mu.st  send 
it  to  the  nearest  office  of  the  Central  Procur- 
ing Agency  for  certification  and  placement  by 
that  agency.  If  a  distributor  does  not  wish 
to  have  the  Central  Procuring  Agency  certify 
his  order  or  the  Central  Procuring  Agency 
refuses  to  certify  It.  then  the  distributor  may 
place  his  order  with  his  lumber  supplier,  but 
it  may  not  bear  any  other  certification  than 
that  described  In  paragraph  (q)  (3)  of  Order 
L-336^  ^ 

(4)  Orders  placed  for  the  account  of  the 
United  States  Government  by  the  Veterans 
Administration  or  orders  placed  by  any  other 
person  bearing  a  certification  of  the  Director 
of  Construction  of  the  Veterans  Administra- 
tion to  the  effect  that  the  lumber  purchased 
thereby  Is  for  use  on  construction  work  done 
for  the  Veterans  Administration. 

For  the  purposes  of  this  direction  "orders" 
shall  be  deemed  to  Include  the  memorandum 
of  purchase  issued  by  the  Central  Procuring 
Agency  on  ED  Form  626  commonly  known  as 
a  "purchase  allocation".  A  "purchase  allo- 
cation" order  is  not  to  receive  the  preferen- 
tial treatment  to  be  accorded  military  orders 
under  paragraph  (b)  above  unless  It  Is  one 
of  the  types  of  orders  described  above. 

(d)  Other  military  orders.  The  amount  of 
lumber  that  must  be  made  available  to  the 
military  on  orders  receiving  the  preferential 
treatment  described  In  paragraph  (b)  Is  the 
minimum  and  a  sawmill  must  continue  to  ac- 
cept other  orders  coming  from  the  same 
sources  for  lumber  In  excess  of  the  required 
percentage  mentioned  In  paragraph  (b)  In 
accordance  with  phragraphs  (x)  '1)  and 
(X)  (2)  of  Order  L-335.  but  orders  placed  with 
a  sawmill  over  and  above  the  required  40 
percent  shall  be  treated  like  any  other  order 
and  tliey  will  not  take  precedence  over  other 
orders  which  are  equally  or  higher  rnted. 

(e)  [Deleted  Ikfar  31.  1945  1 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

War  Production  Board, 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan. 

Recording  Secretary. 

|P.    R.    Doc.    4&  5183.    Filed,    Mar.    81.    1945; 
11:32  a.  m.| 


Pakt  3285— Lumbes  and  Lumbek  Pioducts 

(Order  L--S36.  Direction  4.  M  Amended 
Mar.  31.  1945J 

■AWMILLfi'  SHIPMENTS  OP  SOUTRERN  TCLLOA 

ran 

.The  following  amended  direction  is  is- 
sued pursuant  to  Order  L-335: 

(a)  What  aatcmills  are  covered  by  thi<i 
direction.  This  direction  appllea  only  to  suw- 
millB  located  in  the  United  States  whtc}i 
produce  Southern  yellow  pine  lumber. 

(b)  Military  orders  placed  with  sawmiUi 
that  take  precedence  over  other  orders.  This 
paragraph  applies  to  every  sawmUl  mentlor.cl 
In  paragraph  (a)  above  which  currently  pro- 
duces 5.000  or  more  board  feet  of  ituiber 
(whether  Southern  yellow  pine  or  not)  pi  r 
average  day  of  eight  hours  of  contlnuou.« 
operation  or  which  produced  an  average  o: 
5.000  or  more  board  feet  of  lumber  per  day 
during  the  days  from  June  3.  1943  to  Decem- 
ber 3.  1943  on  which  It  was  in  operatuu:. 
Starting  with  the  month  of  August.  1944, 
■awmllls  that  receive  orders  of  the  types  cie- 
Bcrlbed  in  paragraph  (c)  below  must  accept 
and  ship  such  orders  in  preference  to  all 
other  ordera  (except  orders  rated  AAA)  to 
the  extent  that  such  orders  do  not  require 
more  than  35  percent  of  the  sawmill's  antic- 
ipated monthly  shipments  of  southern  yel- 
low pine  lumber.  Such  an  order  may  not  he 
accepted  by  a  sawmill  after  the  t»eginnlng  of 
the  month  preceding  the  month  of  shipment 
If  the  acceptance  of  the  order  would  result 
In  displacing  other  certified  and  rated  order.s 
amounting  to  more  than  10  percent  of  tl!< 
sawmill's  anticipated  monthly  shipment^!.  A 
sawmill's  shipment  on  such  orders  shall  bo 
in  the  sizes  required  by  the  agency  or  person 
placing  the  order. 

(c)  Military  orders.  The  following  types 
of  certified  and  rated  ordera  placed  with  a 
sawmill  shall  be  accorded  the  treatmeir 
provided  for  In  paragraph  (b)  above  and 
shipments  made  on  such  orders  may  be 
credited  against  the  percentage  that  a  saw- 
mill is  required  to  ship  under  that  para- 
graph In  preference  to  other  orders : 

(1)  Orders  for  the  account  of  the  United 
State*  Ooverimient  placed  by  the  U.  S.  Arm\ , 
U.  8.  Navy,  U.  8.  Marine  Corpe,  U.  8.  Coast 
Guard.  U.  8.  Maritime  Commission,  and  War 
Shipping  Administration; 

(2)  Orders  for  the  account  of  the  UnitPd 
States  Government  placed  by  the  Treasury 
Department,  Procurement  Division  on  -behnK 
of  the  Foreign  Economic  Admlnlstratlin 
bearing  the  symbol  DA-TPS; 

(3)  Orders  placed  by  any  other  person 
which  bear  a  certification  of  the  Central 
Procuring  Agency,  ProcurernenT" Division  oi 
the  United  States  Corps  of  Engineers  to  th-' 
effect  that  the  order  is  a  military  order  and 
as  such  Is  entitled  to  the  preferential  trea:- 
ment  prescribed  by  this  direction.  A  person 
who  receives  such  a  oertiflcatlon~from  the 
Central  Procuring  Agency  may  extend  th.u 
certification  in  placing  orders  with  his  sup- 
plier to  the  extent  necessary  to  obtain  hnr.- 
ber  required  for  delivery  on  the  order  bearn.t: 
the  original  certification  of  the  Central  Pro- 
curing Agency.  If  a  distributor  sells  lumbt : 
cut  of  inventory  on  an  order  bearing  a  cer- 
tification of  the  Central  Procuring  Agency  to 
the  effect  that  the  order  is  a  military  orcli  r 
and  as  such  is  entitled  to  the  preferenM.d 
treatment  prescribed  by  this  direction,  the 
distributor  may  not  extend  the  certiflca'i'ii 
of  the  Central  Procuring  Agency  to  repUue 
the  lumber  In  inventory.  If  the  distributor 
wants  hl.s  order  to  be  identified  as  a  mlllta:  • 
order  ho  must  send  It  to  the  nearest  office  >  .' 
the  Central   Procuring  Agency  for  certluc  .- 


tlon  and  placement  by  that  agency.  If  a  dis- 
tributor does  not  wUh  to  have  jthe  Central 
Procuring  Agency  certify  his  order  or  the  Cen- 
tral Procuring  Agency  refuses  to  certify  It, 
then  the  distributor  may  place  his  order  with 
his  lumber  supplier,  but  it  may  not  bear  any 
other  certification  than  that  "described  in 
paragraph  (q)  OT  of  Order  L-335. 
^*(4)  Orders  placed  for  the  account  of  the 
United  Slates  Government  by  the  Veterans 
AriminlEtratlon  or  orders  placed  by  any  other 
I)erson  bearing  a  certification  of  the  Director 
uf  Construction  of  the  Veterans  Administra- 
tion to  the  effect  that  the  lumber  purchased 
thereby  Is  for  use  on  construction  work  done 
for  the  Veterans  Administration. 

For  the  purposes  of  this  direction  "orders" 
shall  be  deemed  to  include  the  memorandum 
of  purchase  issued  by  the  Central  Procuring 
Agency  on  ED  Form  526  commonly  known 
as  a  "purchase  allocation".  A  "purchase  al- 
location" order  is  not  to  receive  the  prefer- 
ential treatment  to  be  accorded  military  or- 
ders under  paragraph  (b)  above  unless  It  is 
one  of  the  types  of  orders  described  above. 

(d)  Other  military  orders.  The  amount  of 
lumber  that  must  be  made  available  to  the 
military  on  orders  receiving  the  preferential 
treatment  described  In  paragraph  (bi  Is  the 
minimum  and  a  sawmill  must  continue  to 
accept  other  orders  coming  from  the  same 
sources  for  lumber  In  excess  of  the  required 
percentaee  mentioned  In  paragraph  (b) 
in  accordance  with  paragraphs  (x)  (1)  and 
(X)  (2(  of  Order  L-335.  but  orders  placed 
with  a  sawmill  «%er  and  above  the  required 
35  percent  shall  be  treated  like  any  other 
order  and  they  will  not  take  precedence  over 
other  orders  which  are  equally  or  higher  rated. 

(e)  IDeleted  Mar   31.  1945  i 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 
War  Production  Bo.^RD, 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan, 

Recording  Secretary. 

|F     R.    Doc.    45  5184:    Filed,    Mar.    31.    1945; 
11   33   a.   mj 


Part  3285— Lumber  and  Lumber  Products 

;  Order  L-335.  Direction  5.  as  Amer.ded  Mar. 
31.  1945] 

S.\WMILLS'  SHIPMENTS  OF  CYPRESS    (RED  OR 
YELLOW)    LUMBER 

The  following  amended  direction  is  is- 
sued pursuant  to  Order  L-335: 

(a)  What  saicuiills  are  covered  by  this 
direction.  This  direction  applies  only  to  saw- 
mills located  in  the  United  States  which  pro- 
duce cypress  (red  or  yellow)  lumber. 

lb)  Military  orders  placed  u'ith  sawmills 
that  take  ^^cccdencc  over  other  orders.  This 
parngraph  applies  to  every  Bawmill  mentioned 
in  paragraph  (a)  above  which  currently  pro- 
duces 5,000  or  more  board  feet  of  lumber 
(Whether  one  of  the  named  species  or  not) 
per  average  day  of  eight  hours  of  continuous 
operniion  or  which  produced  an  average  of 
5.000  or  more  board  feet  of  lumber  per  day 
during  the  days  from  June  3.  1943  to  Decem- 
ber 3,  1943  on  which  It  was  in  operation. 
Starting  with  the  month  of  August,  1944, 
Eawmills  that  receive  orders  of  the  types  de- 
scribed in  paragraph  (c)  below  must  accept 
and  ship  such  orders  In  preference  to  all 
other  orders  (except  orders  rated  AAA)  to 
the  extent  that  such  orders  do  not  require 
more  than  30  percent  of  the  sawmlirs  an- 
ticipated monthly  shipments  of  red  or  yellow 
cypress  lumber.  Such  an  order  may  not  be 
accepted  by  a  sawmill  after  the  beginning  of 
the  month  preceding  the  month  of  shipment 
If  the  acceptance  of  the  order  would  result  in 
displacing  other   certified  and   rated    orders 


amounting  to  more  than  10  percent  of  the 
sawmills  anticipated  monthly  shipments.  A 
sawmill's  shipment  on  such  orders  shall  be 
in  the  sizes  required  by  the  agency  or  person 
placing  the  order. 

(c)  Military  orders.  The  following  types  of 
certified  and  rated  orders  placed  with  a  saw- 
mill shall  be  accorded  the  treatment  provided 
for  In  paragraph  (b)  above  and  shipments 
made  on  such  orders  may  be  credited  against 
the  percentage  that  a  sawmill  is  required  to 
ship  under  that  paragraph  In  preference  to 
other  orders: 

(1)  Orders  for  the  account  of  the  United 
States  Government  placed  by  the  U.  S.  Army. 
U.  S.  Navy.  V.  S.  Marine  Corps.  U.  S.  Coast 
Guard.  U.  S.  Maritime  Commission,  and  War 
Shipping  Administration; 

(2)  Orders  for  the  account  of  the  United 
States  Government  placed  by  the  Treasury 
Department,  Procurement  Division  on  behalf 
of  the  Foreign  Economic  Administration 
bearing  the  symbol  DA-TPS; 

(3)  Orders    placed    by    any    other    person 
which    bear    a    certification    of    the    Central 
Procuring  Agency,  Procurement  Division  of 
the  United  States  CorpTof  Et^tneers  to  the 
effect  that  the~order  Is  a  military  order  and 
as  such  IS  entitled  to  the  preferential  treat- 
ment  prescribed"  by  thls~"dlrection.     A  per- 
son *'ho  receives  such  a'certlfication  from  the 
Central   Proctu-ing  Agency^may  extend  that 
certification  In  placmg~orders  with  his  sup- 
plier to  the  extent  necessary  to  obtain  lum- 
ber required  for  delivery  on  the  order  bearing 
the  original  certificatloiT of  the  Central  Pro- 
curing Agency.     If  a  distributor  sells  lumber 
out  of  Inventory  on  an  order  bearing  a  cer^ 
tliQcatron'oi:  the  CenirarPiocuring  Agency  to 
the  effect  that  the  order  is  a  mlUiary  order 
and   as  such   is  entitledj^o  the  preferential 
treatment  prescribed   by~this  direction,  the 
distributor  may  not  extend  the  cert^cation 
of  the  Central  Procuring_^gency  to  replace 
the  lumber  in  inventory.     If  the  distributor 
'wants  his  order  to  be  Identified  as  a  military 
order  he  must  send  it'to  the  nearest  office 
of  the  Central  Procuring  Agency  for  certifi- 
'catlon>.nd  placement  by  that  agency.     If  a 
distributor  does  not  wish  to  have  the  Cen- 
tral Procurlnf^  Agency  ceTtlfy  his  order  or  the 
Central  Procuring  Agency  refuses  to  certify 
"it,  then  the  distrlbutor'may  place  his  order 
with  his  lumber  supplier,  but  it  may  not  bea^ 
any  other  certification  thanl^hat  described  in 
paragraph   (q)    (3)  of  Order  Ln-335. 

(4)  Orders  placed  for  the  account  of  the 
United  States  Government  by  the  Veterans' 
Administration  or  orders  placed  by  any  per- 
son bearing  a  certification  of  the  Director 
of  Construction  of  the  Veterans  Adminis- 
tration to  the  effect  that  the  lumber  pur- 
chased thereby  is  for  use  on  construction 
work  done  for  the  Veterans'  Administration. 

For  the  purposes  of  this  direction  "orc'ers" 
shall  be  doemed  to  Include  the  memorandum 
of  purchase  Issued  by  the  Central  Procuring 
Agency  on  ED  Form  526  commonly  known  as 
a  "purchase  allocation'  A  "purchase  allo- 
cation" order  Is  not  to  receive  the  preferential 
treatment  to  be  accorded  military  orders 
under  paragraph  (b)  above  unless  it  Is  one  of 
the  types  of  orders  described  abovt. 

(d)  Other  military  orders.  The  amount  of 
lumber  that  must  be  made  available  to  the 
military  on  orders  receiving  the  preferential 
treatment  described  in  paragraph  (b)  Is  the 
minimum  and  a  sawmill  must  continue  to  ac- 
cept other  orders  coming  from  the  same 
sources  for  lumber  in  excess  of  the  required 
percentage  mentioned  in  paragraph  (b)  in  ac- 
cordance with  paragraphs  (x)  (1)  and  (x)  (2) 
of  Order  Ij-336,  but  ordera  placed  with  » 
sawmill  over  and  above  the  required  30  per- 


cent shall  be  treated   like   any   other  order 
and  they  will  not  take  precedence  over  other 
orders  which  are  equally  or  higher  rated, 
(e)    IDeleted  Mar.  31.  1945.1 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 


War  Production  Board. 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan 

Recording  Secretary. 

(F     R     Doc.    45-5185:    Filed.    Mar     31,    ir'45: 
11:33   a.   m  | 


Part  3290— Textile.  Clothing,  and 
Leather 

I  Conservation   Order  M-328.  as  Amended 

Mar.  31.  1945| 

PROVISIONS  APPLICABLE  TO  TEXTILES,  CLOTH- 
ING AND   RELATED   PRODUCTS 

The  fulfillment  of  requirements  for 
the  defense  of  the  United  States  has 
created  shortages  in  the  supplies  of  tex- 
tiles, clothing,  leather  and  related  prod- 
ucts for  defense,  for  private  account  and 
for  export;  and  the  following  order  is 
deemed  necessary  and  appropriate  in  the 
pubhc  interest  and  to  promote  the  na- 
tional defense: 

§  3290.118  Conservation  Order  M- 
328— (a)  Restrictions  on  preference  rat- 
ings for  textiles,  clothing,  leather,  etc. 
(This  paragraph  states  conditions  which 
must  be  met  to  make  ratings  for  items  on 
Schedule  A  valid.  However,  even  though 
a  rating  is  not  valid  for  the  items,  this 
does  not  prevent  anyone  from  filling  a 
purchase  ovd/fr  if  he  can  do  so  without 
disregarding  valid  ratings  on  other  pur- 
chase orders  or  disregarding  other  orders 
or  directions  of  the  War  Production 
Board.) 

No  person  shall  apply,  extend  or  give 
any  effect  to  any  preference  rating  here- 
tofore or  hereafter  assigned,  appUed,  or 
extended  to  the  delivery  of  any  item  on 
Schedule  A  unless: 

(1)  The  rating  has  been  assigned  by  a 
preference  rating  form  or  letter  i.ssued  by 
or  under  the  authority  of  the  War  Pro- 
duction Board  to  a  named  applicant  and 
the  form  or  letter  specifically  describes 
the  item  and  specifies  the  quantity,  de- 
scription and  type  which  may  be  ob- 
tained by  the  rating.  No  rating  as- 
signed by  any  L,  M.  P  or  other  order,  by 
any  regulation  ( such  as  CMP-5  or  CMP- 
5A),  or  on  Form  CMPL-150,  CMPL-200 
or  CMPL-201  shall  be  vahd  for  any  item 
on  Schedule  A,  except  as  permitted  by 
paragraph  (a>  <2<.  (a)  (3'  or  (a>  (4>. 
For  example,  the  rating  for  any  fabric 
to  comply  with  this  subparagraph  must 
be  assigned  on  a  War  Production  Board 
form  or  letter  naming  the  person  to 
whom  the  rating  is  assigned  and  stating 
the  yardage,  type  and  construction  of 
the  fabric  for  which  the  rating  is 
assigned. 

(2)  The  rating  has  been  assigned  by 
or  pursuant  to  a  form,  order  or  regulation 
of  the  War  Production  Board  and  is  uf;ed 
to  obtain  the  item  for  direct  or  ultimate 
deUvery  to,  or  for  incorporation  into  any 
material  for  ultimate  delivery  to  the 
Army  or  Navy  of  the  United  States  'in- 
cluding U.  S.  Army  and  Marine_Corps 
PosrExchaligesru.'  S.  Navy  and  Coa.st 
Guard  Ship's  Service  Departments,  and 


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War  Shipping  Administration  Training 
Orpanization  Ship's  Service  activities), 
tiif  Mantimp  Commission  or  War  Sliip- 
piHK  Administration,  (including  marine 
distributors  pursuant  to  authorization 
by  the  Maritime  Commission  on  Form 
WPB-646>.  A  delivery  to  an  establish- 
ment or  ship  operated  under  contract 
with  on*'  of  those  agencies  is  not  in 
itself  a  direct  or  ultimate  delivery  to  the 
Army.  Navy,  Maritime  Commission  or 
War  Shipping;  Administration. 

i3i  The  rating  has  been  assigned  by 
or  pursuant  to  any  supplement  to  this 
ord'T  or  the  particular  order  specified 
after  the  item  on  Schedule  A. 

<4)  The  material  to  be  delivered  is 
actually  required  as.  or  is  required  for 
incorporation  in,  a  functioning  part  of 
industrial  machinery  and  is  one  of  the 
following  numbered  items  on  Schedule 
A:  1,  3  (except  Seine  cord,  hawser  cord 
and  other  cabled  cord » ,  4,  12. 

Schedule   A -Materials  and  Products  Cov- 

En.'^O    BY    CONEEaVATION    ORDER    M-328 

1.  Animal   bristlps  and   hair. 

2  Clothing,  footwear  (including  safety 
shoes,  hats,  gloves,  and  all  other  outer  or 
under  garments  or  apparel,  If  made  in  whole 
Or  In  part  of  leather  or  textile  yarn,  staple 
fiber  or  fabrics  However,  this  order  does 
not  apply  to  rubber  footwear,  professional 
rubber  gloves,  or  to  the  following  items 
when  such  Items  are  specifically  designed  and 
used  to  furnish  protection  against  occupa- 
tlonul   hazards   (other  Ihan  weather). 

Asbestos   clothing. 

Gauntlet  type  welders'  leather  gloves  and 
mittens,  and  electricians'  leather  protector 
or  cover  gloves 

Metal  mesh  gloves,  aprons  and  sleeves. 

Other  safety  leather  gloves  or  mittens,  but 
only   if  steel-fitltched  or  steel-reinforced. 

Pl:i8t!c  and  fiber  safety  helmets. 

Safety   belts  and   harnesses. 

Safety  cJothlng  impregnated  or  coated  for 
the  purposes  of  making  the  same  resistant 
against  fire,  acids  or  other  chemicals  or 
abrasives 

Safety  Industrial  leather  clothing  other 
than  gloves  or  mittens. 

Safety  industrial  rubber  gloves  and  hoods, 
and    linemen's   rubber   gloves   and   sleeves. 

3  Cotton,  wool  and  synthetic  yarns  and 
blend-s  of  the  foregoing.  L-282.  M-317,  M- 
317A.  M  317B,  M  385.  M  388,  M-388A,  M-388B 
and  M-388C.        ~ 

4  Woven,  felted,  knitted  and  braided 
fabrics  of  cotton,  wool  or  synthetic  yarns 
and  blends  of  the  foregoing  (M-166,  M-317, 
M-317A.  M-317B.  M  385.  M-388,  M-388A; 
M  388B.  M  388C  and  P~116).  Including  but 
not  limited  to: 

Bed  .sheets. 
Pillow  cases. 
Blankets. 
T(jwels. 
Diapers. 
Fare   cloths. 
Table  "linens" 

6.  Dyostuffs  (defined  In  Conservation 
Order  M-103). 

6.  The  following  metal  shoe  findings: 
Arch  supports. 

Box  toes  and  caps. 
Heel  rims  and  plates. 
Heel  washers. 
Shoe  shanks. 
Toe  rims  and  plates. 
Steel  wire  shoe  nails. 

7.  Hides,  skins,  furs  and  leather  and  prod- 
ucts made  primarily  therefrom  (subject  to 
additional  restrictions  of  M-310). 


8.  Manila,  agave.  Istle.  hemp  (cannabis 
sativa).  Jute,  coir  yarn  and  other  fibers,  suit- 
able for  cordage  (rope  and  twine),  and 
cordage  products  made  primarily  therefrom. 
P-5e,  P-98-b,  M-84. 

0.  Mops. 

10.  Slide  fasteners. 

11.  Sponges,  marine  and  loofa. 

12.  Textile  fibers  (animal,  vegetable,  or 
synthetic.  Including  curled  Istle)  and  prod- 
ucts made  primarily  from  textile  fibers  or 
textiles.  Tliis  ord*j-  docs  not  apply  to  fabrics 
after  they  have  been  coated,  or  Impregnated, 
fire  hoso,  fire  hose  Jackets,  sisal  processors' 
mill  waste  or  sisal  bagasse.     M-85.  M-317. 

13.  Steel   tacks   (except  thumb  lacks). 

14.  Synthetic  rubber  thread  and  products 
made  therefrom. 

'b)  How  ratinga  must  be  applied  and 
extended.  (1)  Priorities  Regulation  3 
states  rules  and  restrictions  on  the  use 
of  all  preference  ratings.  When  a  rating 
is  used,  the  standard  certification  de- 
scribed in  Priorities  Regulation  7  or  tlie 
certification  described  in  Priorities  Reg- 
ulation 3  must  be  put  on  a  purchase  or- 
der for  a  Schedule  A  item.  In  addi- 
tion, the  purchaser  must  use  one  of  the 
following  applicable  certifications  (with 
the  blanks  properly  filled  in» : 

(i>  If  the  rating  is  assigned  by  an  or- 
der listed  on  Schedule  A.  the  sp>eclal  cer- 
tification, if  any.  required  by  that  order 
shall  be  added. 

'iii  If  the  rating  is  assigned  by  an 
order  listed  on  Schedule  A,  but  the  listed 
order  does  not  require  a  special  certifica- 
tion, the  following  shall  be  added: 

This  rating  is  assigned  by  Order 

(Insert  number  of  order  listed  opposite  the 
item  on  Schedule  A.J 

(iii)  If  the  rating  is  assigned  through 
the  Foreign  Economic  Administration, 
the  following  shall  be  added: 

This  rating  Is  assigned  In  connection  with 
Export  Licen.se  No. or  Release  Certifi- 
cate No. 

[Insert  license  or  release  certificate  num- 
ber.] 

(iv)  In  all  other  cases  the  following 
shall  be  added: 

This  rating  can  be  used  under  M  328, 

(2)  No  rating  permitted  by  paragraph 
(a)  (1>,  (a)  (3)  or  (a)  (4)  above,  which 
is  applied  to  get  a  Schedule  A  item,  shall 
be  extended  for  any  other  Schedule  A 
Item.  However,  in  the  case  of  ratings 
permitted  by  paragraph  (a)  (1).  the  rat- 
ing may  be  extended  if  the  form  or  let- 
ter specifically  permits  the  extension  of 
the  rating  for  and  fully  describes  the 
other  Schedule  A  item.  (For  example,  a 
rating  which  is  applied  to  get  fabric  may 
not  be  extended  to  get  yarn,  except  that 
in  a  case  where  the  rating  is  permitted 
by  paragraph  (a)  (1),  the  rating  may  be 
extended  if  the  form  or  letter  states  that 
It  may  and  also  states  the  sjieciflc  quan- 
tity, count,  etc.  The  rating  may  also  be 
extended  for  yarn  if  the  fabric  is  for  an 
Army,  Navy,  Maritime  Commission  or 
War  Shipping  Administration  (includ- 
ing marine  distributors  pursuant  to  au- 
thorization by  the  Maritime  Commission 
on  Form  WPB-646)  order,  as  permitted 
by  paragraph  (a)  (2).  A  rating  per- 
mitted by  paragraph  (a>  (STlnay  also  be 
extended  ij^ the  particular  order  specified 
af ter_the  item  on  Schedule  A  specifl- 
cally  permits  extension.     (For  example^ 


Order  M-388C  specifically  permits  fx- 
tensionof  the  ratings  assigned  therf- 
under>.  This  paragraph  shall  not  pn-- 
vent  the  extension  of  a  rating  for  fin- 
ished fabrics  to  get  fabrics  in  the  pray 
state. 

(c)  Specific  directives.  The  war  Pro- 
duction Board  may  issue  specific  direc- 
tions to  individual  producers  or  proct  - 
sors  of  items  listed  in  Schedule  A,  wnh 
respect  to  the  production,  fabrication, 
processing  or  deiivcry  of  Items  to  meet 
particular  military  or  civilian  require- 
ments, and  no  producer  or  proccs.^or 
shall  produce,  fabricate,  process,  deliver 
or  acc(  pt  delivery  contrary  to  direct ior.«^. 

(d)  Equitable  distribution.  (This 
pasagraph  does  not  apply  to  sales  hv 
retailors,  inasmuch  as  the  Pair  Distribu- 
tion Policy  for  retailers  is  defined  in  D'  r- 
laration  of  Policy  of  July  15,  1943  ) 
Preference  ratings  are  given  to  certain 
orders  to  further  the  war  program.  It  is 
the  policy  of  the  War  Production  Board 
that  items  listed  in  Schedule  A  not  re- 
quired to  fill  rated  orders  shall  be  dis- 
tributed equitably.  In  making  such  dis- 
tribution due  regard  should  be  given  to 
essential  civilian  needs,  and  there  should 
be  no  discrimination  in  the  acceptance  oi 
filing  of  orders  as  between  persons  wlio 
meet  the  seller's  regularly  established 
prices  and  terms  of  salvor  payment 

Under  this  policy  every  seller  of  thf 
Items,  so  far  as  practicable,  should  make 
available  an  equitable  proportion  of  lii^ 
merchandi.se  to  his  customers  periodi- 
cally, without  prejudice  because  of  their 
size,  location  or  relationship  as  afBliatrd 
outlets. 

It  is  not  the  Intention  to  interfere  with 
established  channels  and  methods  of  dis- 
tribution unless  necessary  to  meet  war 
or  essential  civilian  needs.  If  voluntary 
observance  of  the  policy  outlined  i- 
inadequate  to  achieve  equitable  distribu- 
tion, the  War  Production  Board  may  is- 
sue specific  directions  to  named  con- 
cerns. A  failure  to  comply  with  a  specific 
direction  shall  be  deemed  a  violation. 

(e)  Rejects,  over-runs  and  second'^— 
(1)  Definitions.  "Reject"  means  a 
Schedule  A  item  which  was  obtained 
with  priorities  assistance  or  a  Schedule 
A  Item  into  whicji  material  obtained  witli 
priorities  assistance  has  been  incorpo- 
rated and  which  cannot  be  used  for  the 
pi^r pose  for  which  the  priorities  assist- 
ance was  given.  The  term  includes  sec- 
onds and  over-runs,  but  does  not  include 
waste,  scrapjor  cuttings  normally  gen- 
eratedin  a  manufacturing  process. 

"Priorities  assisj^ance"_means  a  pref- 
erence rating,  allocation,  specific  direc- 
tion. CMP  allofment,  or  any  other  action 
of  the  War  Production  Board  used  to 
obtain  a  rnaterial  or  product. 

(2)  No  one  may  purposely  make  a  re- 
ject. No  manufacturer,  processor  or 
converter  shall  manufacture,  process  or 
order  any  product  on  Schedule  A  which 
he  knows  or  should  know  will  be  a  reject. 
This  paragraph  does  not  prohibit  the 
production  of  seconds,  over-runs  or  by- 
products to  the  extent  that  they  a:o 
unavoidable  in  the  manufacturti  a 
operations. 


(31  Restrictions  on  the  disfiosition 
and  use  of  rejects.  The  following  rules 
govern  the  disposition  and  use  of  rejects, 
regardless  of  Section  944.11  of  Priori- 
ties Regulation  1: 

(i)  No  manufacturer,  processor  or 
converter  shall  dispose  of  or  use  a  reject 
li.sted  on  Schedule  B,  and  no  one  shall 
accept  delivery  of  such  a  reject,  except 
Li.s  permitted  by  that  schedule: 

(ii>  Subject  to  all  restrictions  con- 
tained in  other  orders  of  the  War  Pro- 
duction Board,  any  reject  listed  on 
Schedule  A,  but  not  listed  on  Schedule  B, 
may  be  disposed  of  for  use  in  the  United 
States  or  to  fill  a  rated  order,  or  may 
be  used  for  any  purpose  by  the  holder 
of  the  reject; 

iiii)  In  any  event,  "special  sales"  (as 
defined  in  Priorities  Regulation  13)  of 
Kjects  may  be  made  only  in  accordance 
with  the  provisions  of  Priorities  Regula- 
tion 13." 

«4i  How  to  get  needed  permission  to 
dispose  of  a  reject.  Any  manufacturer 
who  under  the  terms  of  this  order  needs 
.■specific  permission  to  dispose  of  a  reject 
may  apply  by  letter  to  the  War  Produc- 
tion Board  stating  (where  applicable)  the 
number  of  the  contract,  the  amount  of 
material  to  be  produced  under  it,  the 
kinds  of  such  material,  a  detailed  state- 
ment of  quantities  and  kinds  of  rejects, 
a  copy  of  the  rejection,  and  a  statement 
of  the  efforts  he  has  made  to  dispose  of 
the  rejects  to  the  buyer.  If  the  War  Pro- 
duction Board  decides  he  ought  to  be  al- 
lowed to  dispose  of  the  reject,  it  will  give 
him  specific  Instructions. 

(5)  Effect  of  specific  instructions  on 
disposition.  The  War  Production  Board 
may  issue  specific  instructions  in  writ- 
ing to  anyone  respecting  the  use  and 
disposition  of  rejects.  These  instruc- 
tions may  relate  to  rejects  not  yet  man- 
ufactured on  the  date  of  their  issuance. 
They  must  be  obeyed  even  if  they  con- 
flict with  other  provisions  of  this  order. 

(6)  Reports.  Manufacturers  of  tex- 
tile, clothing  and  leather  products  shall 
report  their  rejects  at  such  times  and  in  ■ 
such  manner  as  the  War  Production 
Board  may  from  time  to  time  require, 
.subject  to  the  approval  of  the  Bureau  of 
the  Budget  pursuant  to  the  Federal  Re- 
ports Act  of  1942. 

<7)  Records.  All  persons  affected  by 
this  order  shall  keep  for  at  least  two  (2) 
years  records  showing  the  quantities  and 
kinds  of  rejects  produced  by  them  and 
the  disposition  thereof. 
Schedule  B — Rejects  Which  Mat  Be  Deliv- 

FF.ED  Only  on  Spf.cikic  Authorization  of 

THE  W.\R  Production  Board 

The  following  types  of  rejects  may  be  sold 
cr  used  by  the  holder  of  the^reject  on  an 
(irder  bearing  a  rating  as  high  as  or  higher 
Ti.an  the  one  onwhlch  the  material  or  prod- 
uct was  acquired  or  with  which  It  was  pro- 
duced; otherwise  the  holder  must  apply  for 
specific"  authorization  of  the  War  Production 
Board  to  sell  or  use  the  reject: 

Cotton,    wool     and    synthetic    yarn,    and 

blends~^ofthe    foregoing. 
Manila^  agave,  Istle,  hemp,  raffla,  jute,  coir. 

and  otheFflbers  suitable  for  cordage:  and 

cordage  products  made  primarily  there- 

from. 


Materials  obtained  with  priorities  asslst- 

~  ance  assigned  by^oFunder  Coiiservatlon 

Orders  M-3177M-317A,  M-3i7B,  M-328B^ 

M-386,     M-388~M-a88A.     M-388B.     and 

M-388C~ol'^lrectlons    or    supplements 

Ihereto. 

Sponges,  marine  and  loofa. 

Synthetic"^  rubber'  thread    and    products 

made    therefrom. 
Textile  ^fibers   and   fabrics    (except    cotton 
'"duck  as  defined  in  M-91)  made  primarily 
f  rom'textile  flbers^c^^lftextllest  Note^ 
for  dlsposltion'of  cotton  duck.  Includuig 
rejects,  see  M-91 ) . 
Woven.  felted7  knitted  and^rakied  fabrics 
"  of  cottonT  wool.  or~syntheric  yarns  and 
blends  of  the  foregoing. 

The  following  types  of  rejects  may  be  sold 
or  used  by  the  holder  of^the~reJect  only  on 
specific  authorization'oir  the  War  Productiori 
Board : 

Equipage:    Military    luggage    and    sleeping 

"  bags. 

Feathers,   waterfowl,  new.  . 

Kapok. 

Tanning   materials,   vegetable. 

Note:  Regarding  the  Jllsposltionof  reject 
hides,  skins,  furs  and  leather  an^d  products 
made^primarlly  therefrom^  seje^  paragraphs 
(b)  (3).  ib)"(4rrand"Tbj~('5)  of  C^onserva- 
tion  Order  M-3 107 'Regarding  ^he  dispasi- 
tlon'  of' cotton'duck7  including  rejects,  see 
paragraph~(bl  l)f  Conservation  Order  M-9L 

(Schedule  C  deleted  Jan.  4,  1945.) 

(f)  Exceptions  from  restrictions  on 
"cutbacks"  or  terminations.  The  War 
Production  Board  in  any  case  where  it 
finds  that,  by  reason  of  cut-backs  or 
terminations  of  Government  contracts 
or  subcontracts,  compliance  with  any  re- 
striction on  the  manufacture,  use,  sale 
or  delivery  of  any  item  on  Schedule  A 
would  cause  a  loss  of  pre  'uction  or  in- 
terfere with  the  fining  of  civilian  orders, 
may  grant  temporary  exceptions  from 
such  restriction. 

(g)  Miscellaneous  proinsions — 'li  Ap- 
plicability of  regulations.  Except  as 
otherwise  provided  herein,  this  order  and 
all  transactions  affected  thereby  are  sub- 
ject to  all  applicable  regulations  of  the 
War  Production  Board  as  amended  from 
time  to  time. 

(2)  Violations  and  false  statemente. 
Any  person  who  wilfully  violates  any 
provision  of  this  order,  or  who  in  con- 
nection with  this  order,  wilfully  conceals 
a  material  fact  or  furnishes  false  infor- 
mation to  any  department  or  agency  of 
the  United  States  is  guilty  of  a  crime  and 
upon  conviction  may  be  punished  by  fine 
or  imprisonment.  In  addition,  any  such 
person  may  be  prohibited  from  making 
or  obtaining  further  deliveries  of,  or 
from  processing  or  using,  material  under 
priority  control  and  may  be  deprived  of 
priorities  assistance. 

(3)  Communications.  All  reports  to 
be  filed  hereunder  and  communications 
concerning  this  order  shall,  unless  other- 
wise directed,  be  addressed  to  the  War 
Production  Board.  Textile,  Clothing  and 
Leather  Bureau,  Washington  25,  D.  C, 
Ref:  M-328. 

(4)  Appeals.  (1)  Any  appeal  from  the 
provision  of  paragraphs  (c),  (d)  or  (e) 
of  this  order  shall  be  made  by  filing  a 


letter  In  triplicate,  referring  to  the  par- 
ticular provision  appjealed  from,  and 
stating  fully  the  grounds  of  the  appeal. 

(ii)  An  appeal  for  suspension  of  a  pro- 
duction direction  dealing  with  an  item 
on  Schedule  A  may  be  made  (whether 
or  not  such  direction  is  issued  under  this 
order)  on  the  ground  that  compliance 
with  the  action  will  result  in  production 
at  a  loss:  Provided,  That  an  application 
for  price  relief  on  that  ground  is  first 
filed  with  the  Secretary  of  the  Office  of 
Price  Administration,  Washington.  D.  C. 
and  a  copy  is  filed  with  the  WPB  appeal. 
If  the  WPB  appeal  is  granted,  require- 
ments of  a  direction  for  increases  above 
current  production  will  be  suspended 
until  the  decision  of  the  Office  of  Price 
Administration  upon  the  application  for 
price  relief.  This  paragraph  does  not 
Indicate  or  limit  the  extent  or  kind  of 
price  relief,  if  any.  which  may  be  granted 
by  the  Office  of  Price  Administration. 

(iii)  No  direction  or  order  relating  to 
items  on  Schedule  A  (whether  or  not  it 
refers  to  M-328)  shall  be  deemed  to  re- 
quire the  furnishing  of  materials  or  fa- 
cilities to  the  War  Production  Board.  If 
a  direction  requires  the  furnishing  of 
materials  or  facilities  to  a  contracting 
agency  or  to  a  war  contractor,  or  the 
production  of  a  specified  amount  of  a 
material  or  product,  or  restricts  all  or 
a  part  of  a  person's  production  or  in- 
ventory to  specified  purposes,  and  if  the 
person  affected  cannot  get  firm  orders 
to  cover  the  materials,  facilities,  produc- 
tion or  inventory  involved,  he  may  ap- 
peal, and  the  War  Production  Board  will 
grant  appropriate  relief. 

(5)  Reports.  Every  person  shall  ex- 
ecute and  file  with  the  War  Production 
Board  such  reports  and  questionnaires 
as  it  shall  from  time  to  time  request 
with  respect  to  items  listed  on  Schedule 
A.  subject  to  the  approval  of  the  Bureau 
of  the  Budget  pursuant  to  the  Federal 
Reports  Act  of  1942. 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

War  Production  Board, 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan. 

Recording  Secretary. 

Interpretation  I 

RATINGS    FOR    TWINE    AND     WRAPPING    MATERIALS 

Ratings  for  twine  and  other  materials  on 
Schedule  A  of  M-328  used  for  wrapping  must 
conform  to  the  conditions  specified  in  para- 
graph (a)  of  the  order  to  be  valid. 

Such  materials  used  to  wrap  products  are 
not  Incorporated  Into  the  product  which  is 
wrapped.  Therefore,  a  rating  which  can  be 
used  to  get  material  to  be  Incorporated  Into 
a  product  cannot  be  tised  to  get  twine  with 
which  to  wrap  the  product  even  though  the 
product  Is  going  to  be  delivered  to  one  of  the 
Go%'ernment  agencies  mentioned  In  para- 
graph  (a)    (2).     (Issued  March  23,  1944) 

[F.    R     Doc.    45-5190;    FUed.    Mar.    31.    1945; 
11:33  a.  m.] 


Part  3293-*Chemicals  , 

[General  Allocation  Order  M-300,   Schedule 
101] 

HYDROQUINONE 

§  3293.10101  Schedule  101  to  General 
Allocation  Order  M-300— (B)  Definition. 
"Hydroqulnone"    means  1,4  dlhydroxy- 


A it    9     injc 


^W7 


3ry36 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  AprU  3,  1945 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  S,  1945 


3537 


benzene  or  p-dihydroxybenzene,  In  dry 
or  solution  form,  and  of  any  grade.  The 
term  shall  not  include  mixtures  of  hydro- 
quinone  with  other  materials,  except 
watf. 

(b»  General  provisi07is.  Hydroquinone 
Is  subject  to  allocation  under  General 
Allocation  Order  M-300  as  an  Appendix 
A  material.  The  initial  allocation  date 
is  May  1.  1945.  The  allocation  period  is 
the  calendar  month  and,  the  small  or- 
der exemption  is  400  pounds  per  person 
per  month. 

<c)  Suppliers'  applications  on  WPB- 
2946.  E-ich  supplier  seeking  authoriza- 
tion to  deliver  shall  file  application  on 
Form  WPB-2S46.  Filing  date  is  the  25th 
day  of  the  month  before  the  requested 
allocation  month.  File  separate  .sets  of 
forms  for  technical  grade  and  for  pho- 
tographic grade.  Send  three  copies  lone 
certified)  to  the  War  Production  Board. 
Chemical.s  Bureau.  Washington  25.  D  C, 
Ref:  M-30O-101.  The  unit  of  mea.'^ure 
is  pounds.  An  aggregate  quantity  may 
be  requested,  without  specifying  cus- 
tomers' names,  for  delivery  on  exempt 
small  orders.    Fill  in  Table  II. 

'd>  Customers'  applications  on  Form 
WPB-2945.  Each  person  .seeking  au- 
thorization to  use  or  accept  delivery  shall 
file  application  on  Form  WPB-2945.  Fil- 
ing date  Is  the  20th  day  of  the  month 
betcrt  the  requested  allocation  month. 
File  separate  sets  of  forms  for  each  sup- 
plier, find  for  technical  grade  and  photo- 
graphic grade,  respectively.  Send  three 
copies  (one  certified)  to  the  War  Pro- 
duction Board.  Chemicals  Bureau.  Wash- 
ington 25.  D.  C.  Ref:  M-300-101.  and 
one  copy  (reverse  side  blank)  to.  the 
supplier.  The  unit  of  measure  is  pounds. 
Fill  in  Column  3  in  terms  of  the  following 
examples: 

Primary  products  made  from  hydro- 
quinone: 

On.soltne  gum  Inhibitors. 

Dvestuff.s 

Other  rubDcr  chomlcal? 

Other     photographic     chemicals      Mnrluding 

prepared   developers   for   resale). 
Other   primary   product*   (specify). 

Primary  uses  of  hydroquinone  as 
such; 

Polymerization    control    (.synthetic    rubber). 

PhotogFHphic    development. 

StabUlTier  for  plH.";tics 

Other  primary   use    (specify). 

Export 

Inventory. 

Resale. 

Specify  end  use  in  Column  4  a.:  re- 
quired by  paragraph  (11-a)  of  Ap- 
pendix E  of  Order  M-300.  Pill  in  other 
columns  of  Table  I,  and  fill  in  Tables  II 
and  III,  as  Indicated.  Leave  Table  IV 
blank. 

In  Table  V.  list  in  Column  23.  the  pri- 
mary products  or  primary  end  u.ses  for 
which  the  hydroquinone  was  used  during 
the  previous  month,  and  opposite  each 
entry  list  In  column  24  the  quantity  con- 
sumed for  thi.s  purpose  during  that 
month. 

<e»  Onc-tirne  base  period  report. 
Each  person  (including  any  supplier,  but 
excluding  governmental  departments 
and  agencies)  when  filing  application  for 
the  fir-t  time  pur.'-.uani  to  paragraph 
id  I  above,  shall  file  a  one-time  base 
period  report  on  Form  WPB-3442.    In- 


structions for  filling  out  this  form  are  as 
follows: 

( 1 )  A  separate  set  of  forms  shall  be 
prepared  for  each  definite  consuming 
point.  One  copy  of  each  set  shall  be 
retained  and  one  copy  forwarded  to  the 
War  Production  Board,  Chemicals  Bu- 
reau. Washington  25,  D.  C,  Ref:  M-300- 
101. 

(2)  In  the  heading,  specify  in  space 
(1)  Hydroquinone:  in  space  (2)  specify 
pounds;  and  in  .--pace  (3>  specify  M-300- 
101.  Pill  in  the  rest  of  the  heading  as 
indicated. 

(3>  In  section  I.  fill  in  column  (ai  as 
indicated  and  indicate  in  column  <b' 
the  grade  or  quality  used,  as  "technical" 
or  "photoi^raphic".  In  the  heading  of 
column  to  specify  "Third  Quarter. 
1944";  in  the  heading  of  column  <d> 
specify  "Fourth  Quarter,  1944":  and  in 
the  heading  of  column  (e>  specify  "First 
QL:r>.iter.  1945".  F'ill  in  columns  ic,  id' 
and  <e)  as  indicated  by  the  headmps. 
and  leave  columns  ift  and  <g'  blanl:. 
Fill  in  the  last  line  as  indicated. 

<4i  In  section  II,  indicate  In  column 
(a)  the  appropriate  grade  or  quality. 
Pill  in  columns  i  b  >  and  <  c  >  as  of  the  last 
day  of  the  previous  and  current  months, 
respectively  '.specifying  the  month  in 
the  headings),  and  leave  column  id) 
blank. 

(f)  Budget  Bureau  approval  The 
above  reporting  requirements  have  been 
approved  JDy  the  Bureau  of  the  Budget 
in  accordance  with  the  Federal  Reports 
Act  of  1942. 

(g»  Communications  to  War  Produc- 
tion Board.  Communications  concern- 
ing this  schedule  shall  be  addressed  to 
Wa^  Production  Board.  Chemical.?  Bu- 
reau, Washington  25,  D.  C.  Ref. :  M-300- 
101. 

I.^sued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

War  Production  Bo.^rd, 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan. 

Recording  Secretary. 

IF.    R     Doc.    45  5189,    Piled.    Mnr.    31.    1&43; 
11  33  a.  m  1 


Part  1010 — Suspension  Orders 

[Suspension  Order  S  562.  Relnst.T.cmpi.t  ru;d 
Amdt  1 

JACKSON    UPHOLSTERY    CO..    INC. 

Jackson  Upholstery  Co.,  Inc..  a  New 
York  corporation  located  at  18  West  18th 
Street.  New  York,  N.  Y..  engaged  in  the 
business  of  manufacturing  furniture  was 
susp>ended  on  July  1.  1944,  by  Suspension 
Order  No.  S-562.  It  appealed  from  the 
provisions  of  the  suspension  order  and 
pending  final  determination  of  the  ap- 
peal, the  suspension  order  was  stayed  by 
the  Chief  Compliance  Commissioner  on 
July  25. 1944.  The  appeal  was  considered 
by  the  Chief  Compliance  Commissioner 
who  concluded  that  the  appeal  should  be 
dismissed,  the  stay  terminated  as  of  De- 
cember 31.  1944,  and  the  order  reinstated 
as  of  January  1,  1945  to  remain  in  effect 
until  June  30,  1945. 

On  February  1,  1945,  the  respondent 
again  appealed  from  the  provisions  of  the 
sxispen.sion  order  and  pending  final  de- 
termination of  the  appeal,  the  suspension 
order  was  again  stayed  by  the  Chief  Com- 


pliance Commissioner  on  February  5. 
1945.  subject  to  reinstatement  or  until 
further  order  by  the  Chief  Complianrc 
Commissioner.  As  a  result  of  a  further 
investigation  the  Chief  Compliance  Com- 
missioner has  directed  that  the  order  be 
reinstated  as  of  Apnl  1.  1945.  to  remain 
In  effect  until  June  30.  1945.  and  that  ti" 
stay  be  revoked  as  of  March  31, 1945,  and 
that  paragraph  <a>  of  the  suspension  ci- 
der be  amended.  In  view  of  the  forego- 
ing: It  is  hereby  ordered.  That: 
$1010.562,  Suspension  Ofder  No.  5  .v  .' 
be  and  hereby  is  reinstated  as  of  Apnl  1. 
1945;  the  stay  directed  by  the  Cht  f 
Compliance  Commis-sioner  on  Pebru:i:v 
5,  1945,  be  and  hereby  is  revoked  as  of 
March  31,  1945;  and  the  suspension 
order  be  and  hereby  i.s  amended  by  sub- 
stituting the  following  paragraph  la*  for 
the  present  paragraph  >a) : 

la)  Jackson  Upholstery  Co.,  Inc  ,  its 
successors  or  a.^^igns.  during  the  three 
months'  period  beginning  April  1.  U445, 
and  ending  June  30.  1945.  shall  not  use 
in  the  production  of  upholstered  furni- 
ture more  metal  upholstery  springs  than 
five  per  cent  by  weight  of  the  total  weight 
of  metal  upholstery  springs  used  by  it 
during  the  year  1941. 

Issued  this  26th  day  of  March  1945. 

War  Production  Board. 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan. 

Reccrdino  Secretar.,. 

IP     R     Doc.   45-5191:    Piled.    Mar.   31,    1945. 
11  31   a    m  I 


Part    1226 — General   Industrial    Eqvzt- 

MEKT 

ICunservatloii  Order  M  28.  as  Amended  Ajir 
2.  19451 

DICHLORODIFLUOROlfKTHANX 

The  fulfillment  of  requirements  for  the 
defense  of  the  United  States  has  created 
a  shortage  in  the  supply  of  dichlorodi- 
fluoromethane  for  defense,  for  private 
account,  and  for  export;  and  the  follow- 
ing order  is  deemed  necessary  and  appro- 
priate in  the  public  interest  and  to  pro- 
mote the  national  defense. 

§  1226.27  Co7iservation  Order  M-28— 
(a)  Definitions.  For  the  purpose  of  tlu.s 
order: 

(1)  "F-12  gas"  means  dichlorodifiuo- 
romethane  (sometimes  called  "fr(^on- 
12"). 

(2)  "Person"  means  any  individu.-W. 
partnership,  association,  business  trust, 
corporation,  governmental  corporation 
or  agency  or  any  organized  group  of  per- 
sons whether  incorporated  or  not. 

(3)  "Producer"  means  any  person  en- 
gaged in  the  production  of  F-12  gas 

(4)  "Supplier"  means  any  person  to 
the  extent  that  he  is  engaged  in  the 
business  of  distributing  F-12  gas  to  per- 
sons using  the  same  for  installation  in 
refrigerating  or  air  conditioning  system-. 
The  term  shall  include  an  equipnunt 
manufacturer  to  the  extent  that  he  en- 
gages In  the  sale  of  P-12  gas  vhich  has 
not  be^  installed  In  such  systems.  "Sys- 
tem" means  any  "system"  as  defined  in 
General  Limitation  Order  L-38. 

(5>  "Equipment  manufacturer"  means 
any  p)erson  to  the  extent  that  he  u  es 
F-12  gas  for  charging  new  refrigeratiut! 


or  air  conditioning  systems  or  parts  of 
systems  manufactured  by  him.  It  does 
not  include  aflflliates,  subsidiaries, 
branches,  divisions  or  sections  or  an  en- 
terprise, If  not  actually  engaged  in  the 
manufacture  of  systems  or  refrigerant 
containing  parts  of  systems. 

(6)  "Insecticide  manufacturer"  means 
any  person^o  the  extent  that  he  uses 
F-i2  gas  in  the  production  of  insecticide. 

(7>  "User"  means  any  person  who  in- 
.<:talls  F-12  gas  in  a  refrigerating  or  air- 
conditioning  system,  other  than  an 
equipment  manufacturer.  It  includes 
suppliers,  service  agencies,  owners  or 
lessees,  to  the  extent  that  they  engage 
in  installing  F-12  gas  in  any  system. 

(8)  "Contract  agent"  means  any  per- 
son to  whom  or  for  whose  account  F-12 
gas  is  delivered  by  a  producer  for  dis- 
tribution to  suppliers. 

(If  the  same  person,  or  two  or  more 
branches,  divisions  or  sections  of  the 
same  enterprise,  acts  in  two  or  more 
capacities  as  contract  agent,  supplier, 
equipment  manufacturer,  or  insecticide 
manufacturer,  the  particular  provisions 
of  this  order  which  apply  to  the  respec- 
tive activities  must  be  followed,  to  the 
extent  to  whicli  the  various  provisions 
are  applicable  to  each  activity.) 

(b»  Deliveries  for  systems  on  List  A. 
'li  F-12  gas  may  be  delivered  and  ac- 
cepted for  use  in  any  new  or  used  system 
of  a  type  referred  to  in  List  A.  However, 
precedence  shall  be  given  to  orders  for 
F-12  gas  for  installation  in  systems  not 
on  List  A  over  orders  for  systems  on  List 
A.  by^nT^service  a:.eticy  or  other  user 
who  sells  F^12  gasjto  the  owners  or  opera- 
tors of  systems  <  or  installs  it  for  them  ' . 

(¥*    I  Revoked  Jan.  29.  1945.1 

(3)  Attention  is  called  to  paragraph 
'o  (2),  which  prohibits  a  suppher  from 
delivering  P-12  gas  except  on  certified 
orders. 

/c)  Deliveries  hy  suppliers.  (I)  No 
supplier  or  any  other  person  (except  a 
producer )~shan  deliver  anyJF-12  gas  for 
expKirt  outside  of  the  continental  United 
StatesTor  for  use  by  any  of  the  follow- 
ing non-retail  users  ( or  to  any  ship^yard 
or  other  person  for  use  in  a  system^o  be 
delivered  to^ny  of  them) .  namelyj^ The 
Army,  Nav^Maritime  Commission,  War 
Shipping"  Administration,  post ex- 
changes, ships  service  departments  and 
activities,  equipment  and  insecticide 
manufacturers,  for  new  or  used  systems, 
or  for  use  in  insecticide,  without  specific 
authorization  from  the  War  Production 
Board. 

No  person  shall  accept  from  a  supplier 
or  other  person  any  delivery  of  P-12  gas 
which  is  prohibited  by  the  restriction  in 
this  order.  , 

1 2)  Whenever  the  owner  of  ajystem  or 
any  other  user  wishes  to  obtain  F-12  gas 
for  installation  in  a  system  or  systems,  he 
may  place  his  order  for  the  minimum 
quantity  which  the  available  cylinder  or 
cylinders  permit,  necessary  to  bring  the 
charge  in  the  s>;stem  or  systems  up  to^ 
normal  operating  charge;  and  any  per- 


son wishing  to  secure  such  gas  for  ultl- 
mate  uses  (such  as  testing  coaxial  cable 
f oFleaks )  other  than  the  charging  of  a 
system,  maiTplace  his  order  for  the  min- 
imum quantity  which  the  available  cyl- 
lnder~or  cylinders  permit,  necessary  to 
give  him  a  practicable  minimum  working 
inventory  or^uch  other  use.  He  must 
certify  his  order,  or  the  vendor's  delivery 
receipt,  by  a  certificate  endorsed  on  or 
attached  to  it,  showing  that  the  F-12  gas 
is  to  be  used  for  such  purposes  only,  and 
that  he  is  not  holding  any  empty  cylin- 
ders not  owned  by  him,  which  shall  be  in 
substantially  the  following  form: 

The  undersigned  purchaser  certifies  to  the 
seller  and  the  War  Production  Board  that  he 
does  not  have  any  F-12  gas  cylinders  not 
owned  by  him,  which  ha^  been  empty  for 
more  than  15  days:  and  that  the  F-12  gas 
covered  by  this  order  will  not  be  used  or  re- 
sold for  any  purposes  not  permitted  by  Order 
M-28. 

■  The  standard  certification  in  the  form 
described  in  Priorities  Regulation  7  can- 
not be  used  instead  of  that  described 
above.  Such  certiflcate,  which  must  be 
signed  by  the  purchaser  or  his  authorized 
oflacial.  will  constitute  a  representation 
that  what  is  stated  in  it  is  true.  A  sup- 
plier must  not  deliver  any  F-12  gas  ex- 
cept under  certified  orders;  and  he  must 
not  make  delivery  under  any  order  which 
is  certified  if  he  knows,  or  has  any  reason 
to  believe  that  the  certificate  furnished 
with  such  order  is  untrue,  incomplete,  or 
Inaccurate.  In  such  a  case  the  supplier 
must  reject  the  order,  and  should  explain 
why  he  is  doing  so,  so  that  the  prospec- 
tive purchaser  can  comply  with  this  or- 
der. Each  supplier  must  keep  all  ac- 
cepted orders  and  certificates  which  he 
receives,  for  a  period  of  two  years,  for 
inspection  by  the  War  Production  Board. 
Cylinders  must  be^mptied  and  returned 
to  the  supplier  as  promptly  as  practi- 
cable (unless  the  cylinder  is  owned  by  the 

person  bjiying  the  F-12  gas  > . ^In^  gen- 

eral.this^ should  be  done  In  less  than  30 
days~^from  the  ^ate  the  cylinder  is 
received. 

This  restriction  shall  not  prevent  a 
person  who  services  several  systems  for 
which  deliveries  are  permitted  by  this 
order  from  purchasing  a  cylinder  of  F-12 
gas  from  a  supplier,  if  the  amount  pur- 
chased is  the  smallest  quantity  practi- 
cable considering  the  sizes  of  the  stand- 
ard commercial  cylinders  and  the 
amount  needed  in  his  current  operations. 

(3)  No  "standby  charge"  or  any  other 
quantity  of  P-12  gas,  over  and  above  that 
needed  to  bring  the  total  charge  in  a 
system  or  systems  up  to  the  normal  op- 
erating charge,  shall  be  delivered  to  or 
accepted  by  any  person  for  use  in  a  sys- 
tem which  he  owns,  leases,  or  operates 
(except  the  Army,  Navy,  Maritime  Com- 
mission or  War  Shipping  Administra- 
tion) :  except,  however,  that  a  "standby 
charge"  may  be  maintained  for  a  system 
which  is  operated  primarily  for  one  of 
the  following  purposes:  air  conditioning 
or  refrigeration  for  the  production  and 
storage  of  penicillin,  or  blood  serum;  or 
rrfrigeration  for  the  storage  of  blood  for 
plasma,  or  the  production  or  storage  of 
blood  plasma. 


(d)  Deliveries  hy  producers.  Each 
producer  shall  hold  his  entire  inventory 
orP-12  gas,  togetherji-ith  all  additional 
quantities  produced  or  otherwise_ob- 
tained^y~him  from  time  to  time,  for 
delivery  for  such  uses  as  may  be  author- 
ized or  directed  from  time  to  time  by  the 
War  Production  Board.  No  deliveries  of 
F-12  gas  shall  be  made  by  a  producer  ex- 
cept pursuant  to  specific  authorizations 
or  directions  heretofore  or  hereafter 
issued  by  the  War  Production  Board. 

(e)  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
be  followed  by  every  producer,  contract 
agent,  supplier,  user,  equipment  manu- 
facturer. Insecticide  manufacturer,  and 
any  other  person  buying,  selling  or  de- 
livering F-12  gas,  without  any  regard  to 
any  preference  ratings  Which  have  been 
assigned  or  which  may  hereafter  be  as- 
signed to  particular  contracts  or  orders. 

(f)  Miscellaneous  provisions — (1)  Ap- 
plicability of  regulations.  This  order  and 
all  transaotions  affected  thereby  are  sub- 
ject to  all  applicable  regulations  of  the 
War  Production  Board,  as  issued  and 
amended  from  time  to  time. 

(2)  Reports. "^  (i)  Each  equipment 
manufacturer  who  wishes  to  secure  de- 
livery of  F-12  gas  during  any  month  for 
charging  systems  or  parts  produced  by 
him,  or  for  factory  repair  and  charging 
of  sealed  or  hermetic  condensing  units, 
shall  file  with  the  War  Production  Board, 
on  or  before  the  15th  day  of  the  preced- 
ing month  a  report  on  Form  WPB-3326, 
prepared  in  accordance  with  the  instruc- 
tions for  such  form. 

(ii)    lEteleted  Apr.  2,  1945.1 

\2)  Violations.  Any  person  who  will- 
fully violates  any  provisions  of  this  or- 
der, or  who,  in  connection  with  this  or- 
der, willfully  conceals  a  material  fact  or 
furnishes  false  information  to  any  de- 
partment or  agency  of  the  United  States 
is  guilty  of  a  crime,  and  upon  conviction 
may  be  punished  by  fine  or  imprison- 
ment. In  addition,  any  such  person  may 
be  prohibited  from  making  or  obtaining 
further  deliveries  of.  or  from  processing 
or  using,  materials  under  priority  con- 
trol, and  may  be  deprived  of  priorities 
assistance. 

(4>  Appeals.  Any  appeal  from  the 
provisions  of  this  order,  or  any  direction 
thereunder,  shall  be  made  by  filing  a  let- 
ter in  triplicate,  referring  to  the  par- 
ticular provision  appealed  from  and  stat- 
ing fully  the  grounds  of  the  appeal. 

(5)  Communications.  All  reports  to 
be  filed  and  other  communications  con- 
cerning this  order  should  be  addressed 
to:  War  Production  Board,  General  In- 
dustrial Equipment  Division.  Washing- 
ton 25,  D.  C,  Ref.  M-28. 

Issued  this  2d  day  of  April  1945. 

War  Production  Board, 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan, 

Recording  Secretary. 

List  A 

Air  conditioning  systems.  Any  system,  of 
any  size  operated  or  installed  for  the  purpose 
of  lowering  the  temperature  and  or  humidity 
of  air  In  any  building,  room  or  other  en- 
closure used  ns,  or  located  in  any  of  the 
following: 


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FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  AprU  8,  1945 


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Amusement   parka. 

Animal  hospitals. 

Auditoriums 

Ballrooms,  dancing  studios  and  dance  halls. 

Bank  and  loan  associations. 

Bars,  cocktail  lounges,  and  beer  parlors. 

Bowling  alleys. 

Concert   halls. 

Funeral  parlors. 

Golf  clubs,  country  clubs,  athletic  clubs,  and 
all  other  clubs  and  club  houses. 

Hotels  and  apartment  houses. 

Moving   picture  houses 

Night  clubs. 

Office  buildings  and  offices,  public  or  private. 

Railway,  streetcar  and  bus  stations  and  ter- 
minal" 

Residential  buildings  and  dwellings  of  all 
kinds 

Restaurants,  cafeterla.s,  and  other  places  sell- 
Ing  meats,  food  or  beverages 

Schools 

Service  establishments,  such  as  laundries, 
cleaners  and  dyers,  tailor  shops,  barber 
shops,  "beauty"  parlors,  automobile  sales 
and  service  shops,  and  repair  shops  of  all 
kinds 

Skating  rinks. 

Stores,  selling  any  kind  of  products,  material 
or  merchandise,  at  retail  or  wholesale  (ex- 
cluding manufacturing  establishments) . 

Studios  of  all  kinds 

TTieat»rs 

This  list  does  not  Include  (1)  any  such  sys- 
tem used  primarily  to  air  condition  a  build- 
ing, room  or  other  enclosure  used  chiefly 
for  purposes  not  listed  above,  or  (11)  any 
system  designed,  necessary  and  uaed,  In  sub- 
stantial part,  for  the  refrigeration  and  stor- 
age or  processing  of  food,  Ice,  or  other  mate- 
rials or  products,  necessary  to  life  or  health, 
or  to  be  delivered  to  the  Army,  Navy,  Marl- 
time  Commission  or  War  Shipping  Adminis- 
tration, and  requiring  refrigeration  tempera- 
ture control,  or  freedom  from  dust  or  other 
impurities 

Re frigeration  systems. 

Sk.ittng  rink  systems. 

Refrigeration  systems  solely  for  storing  or  dis- 
pensing carbonated  or  malt  beverages. 

ri^TERPHKTATlON    1 
INTERPEJCTATION  1  :   REVOKED  NoVIMBEK  12     1943. 

IP     R     Dor.    45-5286:     Filed,    Apr.    2,    1945; 
11:53   a    m.l 


Part  1226 — General  Industri.'.l 
Equipment 

jCiiiiservation  Order  M-29,   Interpretation   9 
as  Amended  Apr.  2,  1046) 

The  following  Interpretation  Is  issued 
with  respect  to  Conservation  Order 
M-28: 

(a)  Quantities  which  may  be  obtained  by 
itystem  owner.  Subparagraphs  (C)  (2)  per- 
mits the  owner  (or  lessee)  of  a  refrigerating 
or  air  conditioning  system  who  does  his  own 
Installation  of  F-12  gas,  to  place  his  order  for 
the  minimum  quantity  "which  the  available 
cylinder  or  cylinders  permit"  necessary  to 
bring  the  charge  In  his  system  up  to  a  normal 
operating  charge. 

The  standard  commercial  cylinders  are  gen- 
erally available  In  slses  which  contain  four 


'  The  reporting  requirements  of  this  order 
ha\t^  been  approved  by  the  Bureau  of  the 
Budget  in  accordance  with  the  Federal  Re- 
ports Act  of  1M2. 


pounds,  ten  pounds,  twenty-flve  pounds,  and 
one  hundred  forty-flTc  pounds  of  the  gas, 
and  a  particular  auppller  may  not  have  all 
four  alaes  In  stock  at  all  times.  Questions 
will  therefore  arise  as  to  the  number  and 
Elze«  of  cylinders  which  the  owner  of  a  sys- 
tem Is  permitted  to  obtain  if  the  particular 
supplier  with  whom  his  purchase  order  u  first 
placed  should  not  happen  to  have  the  sizes 
of  cylinder  from  which  the  minimum  quan- 
tity needed  by  the  system  can  be  furnished 
the  owner. 

In  such  a  case,  the  owner  of  ttie  system 
should  make  a  reasonable  effort  to  obtain 
the  minimum  quantity  which  he  needs,  from 
some  other  supplier  in  his  locality,  rather 
than  purchase  an  exces.slve  quantity  from 
the  first  supplier  upon  whom  he  calls.  While 
the  order  does  not  prescribe  rigid  rules  as  to 
exactly  what  effort  the  purchaser  should 
make  In  every  case,  it  is  required  that  he  do 
whatever  Is  practicable,  under  his  particular 
conditions,  to  ol)taln  the  minimum  quan- 
tity which  he  needs,  and  no  more. 

Where  he  is  located  in  a  large  community 
In  which  there  are  a  number  of  suppliers,  he 
should  contact  several,  if  necessary  in  order 
to  obtain  the  quantity  needed.  If  he  hap- 
pens to  be  located  In  a  small  community 
where  there  is  only  one  supplier  who  cannot 
furnish  the  exact  quantity  needed  and  the 
r-12  gas  must  be  obtained  immediately  in 
order  to  avoid  spoilage  of  a  substantial  quan- 
tity of  food,  the  restriction  would  not  prevent 
him  from  obtaining  a  larger  amount,  tf  that 
Is  unavoidable  without  letting  his  food  spoil. 

As  a  guide  to  the  number  and  size  of  cylin- 
ders which  Ehould  normally  be  obtained,  lor 
the  different  quantities  of  F-12  gas  which 
may  be  needed  In  different  cases,  the  follow- 
ing table  Is  furnished: 


Part  3270 — Containers 

[Supplementary  Order  L-103-b,  Direction  2j 

SECOND   QUARTER    194  5   CMP   ALinRNUM 
ALLOTMENTS   FOR   CLOSURES 

The  following  direction  is  issued  pur- 
suant to  Supplementary  Order  Lr-103-b: 

Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of  Ordrr 
lr-103-b.  no  person  shall  use  ^j  duralnuri: 
that  he  has  received  against  his  CMP  allot - 
jnent  for  the  second  calendar  quarter  ol 
1945  to  manufacture  clo.  ures.  except  closures 
designed  for  packing  one  or  more  of  the 
products  listed  In  Schedule  B  of  the  order 
However,  this  prohibition  shall  not  apply  to 
a  person's  use  of  his  second  quarter  CMl' 
aluminum  foil  allotment  for  manufacturliu' 
liners  for  closiues  to  pack  any  products. 

Issued  this  30th  day  ef  March  1945. 

War  Production  Board, 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan, 

RecordiJig  Secretary. 

[P     R     Doc     45-5173;    Piled.    Mar.    30.    1915 
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The  above  interpretation  applies  only 
where  the  system  owner  buys  his  F-12  ga.s 
from  a  supplier,  and  Installs  It  himself.  If 
ho.  has  a  service  shop  install  the  gas,  the  shop 
will  always  be  able  to  furnish  no  more  than 
the  amount  actually  needed,  from  Its  service 
cylinders,  and  there  will  be  no  problem. 

(b)    (Revoked  Apr.  3.  1045.) 


Issued  this  2d  day  of  April  1945. 

War  PiODUcnoH  Board, 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan, 

Revordino  Secretary. 

[F.    R.    Doc.    45-5287;     Filed,    Apr.    1.    1945; 
11:63  a.  m  ] 


Part  3133 — Printing  and  Publishing 

I  Limitation    Order    L-240,    Supp.    1,    as 
Amended  Apr.  2,  1945 1 

NEWSPAPERS 

5  3133.6a  General  Limitation  Order 
L-240.  Supplement  No.  1— (a)  Purpose- 
of  appeal  clause.  The  serious  shortap' 
in  the  supply  of  print  paper  avail- 
able for  newspapers  makes  it  neces- 
sary for  publishers  to  reduce  their  con- 
sumption substantially,  as  provided  in 
Order  L-240.  Such  reductions  may 
create  serioas  haolships  which,  however, 
are  unavoidable  in  time  of  war.  Appeals 
ai-e  not  granted  to  ameliorate,  in  in- 
dividual cases,  hardships  applicable  to  an 
entire  industry.  They  are  granted  only 
to  provide  relief,  subject  to  the  pl^vision> 
of  paragraphs  Ki>)  to  (g>.  from  certain 
undiie  and  excessive  hardships  which 
would  be  created  if  the  order  were  apphed 
without  modification  to  an  exceptional 
set  of  circumstances.  Appeals  which  do 
not  establish  such  hardships  shall  br 
denied. 

(b)  No  automatic  adjustments.  Para- 
graph (f)  of  this  supplement  describes 
the  types  of  hardships  for  which  quota 
adjustments  shall  be  made  by  the  War 
Production  Board  on  appeai.  These  ad- 
justments, however,  are  not  automatic. 
A  publisher  who  believes  that  his  case  i- 
covered  by  one  of  the  subi>aragraphs  oi 
paragraph  <f>  may  not  make  his  own 
adjustment  of  his  consimiption  quota 
No  publisher  may  use  any  paper  in  exces.'^ 
of  his  consumption  quota,  computed  in 
accordance  with  paragraphs  (j)  to  (m 
of  Order  L-240.  unless  he  flies  an  appeal 
for  such  relief  and  a  grant  is  made  in 
writing  signed  by  the  Recording  Secro- 
tary  of  the  War  Production  Board. 

(c)  Adjustments  of  base  tonnages 
Wherever  appropriate,  grants  on  appeal 
shall  be  made  in  the  form  of  adjustment- 
of  a  publisher's  base  tonnage  which  shall 
continue  to  be  eflectlve  In  future 
quarters,  subject  to  re-examination  and 
modification  at  any  time  by  the  Wai 
Production  Board. 


(d)  Effective  date  of  base  tonnage 
adjustments.  Adjustments  of  base  ton- 
nages are  not  retroactive.  A  publisher 
whose  base  tonnage  is  adjusted,  on  ap- 
peal, does  not  receive,  by  virtue  of  such 
adjustment,  a  "carry-over  of  unused  ton- 
nage" from  any  quarter  before  the  Issu- 
ance of  the  appeal  grant. 

(e)  Application  of  curtailments.  Con- 
structive base  tonnages  granted  on  ap- 
peal are  subject  to  the  curtailments 
required  by  paragraph  (k)  of  Order 
L-240  as  amended  from  time  to  time. 

(f )  Types  of  hardship  for  wJiich  relief 
shall  be  granted.  In  passing  upon  ap- 
peals under  Order  L-240  the  following 
standards  shall  govern: 

(1)  Extraordinary  population  increase 

accompanied    by    circulation increase. 

Where  therelias^een  an  extraordinary 
growtlTof population  in  a  newspaper's 
trading  area  since  E)ecember  31.  1942. 
its  consumption  quota  shall  be  increased 
as  follows^ 

<i)"Ascertain  the  percentage  of  popu- 


1944  was  100.000  of  which  80,000  was 
within  its  trading  area.  The  ratio  of 
trading  area  circulation  to  total  circula- 
tion is  therefore  80%.  This  percentage" 
of  1,000  tons  Is  800  tons.  Applying  the 
adjust  men  t~f  act  or  of  IV2  %  to  800  tons 
results  in  an  addition  of  12  tons  to  news- 
paper's  consumption  quota, 

Additimial  adjuitments  shall  be  made 
for  newspapers  in  trading  areas  whose 
population  has  increased  more  than  50'i'^c 
since  the^l940  Dece^nlarCensus,  In  order 
to  maintain  adequate  newspaper  service 
in  the  trading^area^ 

~  Tonnage  under  this  paragraph  (f )  <  1) 
Is  granted  to  provide  circulation^service 

population    in    the 
If  a  news- 


for   the   additional 
newspaper's  trading  area. 


lation  growth  in  the  newspaper's  trad 

December 31,     1942.       i^on  resulting  from  promotlonaTsales 


Ing     area     since 


paper  which  has  received  additional  ton- 
nage^under  this  paragraph  does  not  use 
ft  foFThaifpurposerany  grant  towhich 
lt~  would  be  entitled  under  this  para- 
graph  in  the  succeeding  quarter  shall  be 
reduced  accordingly.     Increased  circu- 


Ccnsus  Bureaujigures^  shal^be^  control-      efforts  shall  not  be  a  factor  for  grant  of 


hng  irilhose^areas^Jiere^there^lias  been 
a^more  recent  enumeration  than  the  1940 
Decennial  Cens\is.  In  other  areas  the 
percentage  of  population  growth  shall 
be~^deTermined  on  the  basis  of  public 
utility  company  records  of  customers  for 
domestic  electricservice^ 

(ii)  Ascertain  the  percentage  of  the 
newspaper's  net  paid  circulation  In- 
creaselrTitsTrading  area.  This  shall  be 
measured  by  the  average  net  paid  circu- 
ration^inT  its  trading  area  for  the  first 
quarter  of  1945  over  the  average  net^paid 
flrculatlorr~ln~its  trading  area  for  the 
year  1942.  Increased  circulation  £e- 
sulting  from  promotional  sales  efforts 
shall  not  be  inc^udcd^. 
~(iii)  Subtract  7^2  from  the  lower  of 
the  percentage jiyjsdeternuned  under 
paragraphs  (1)  and  (11) . 

(Iv  )~Apply  the  resulting  percentage  to 
that  portion  of  the  newspaper's  adj usted 
base  tpnnage  which  corresponds  to  the 
ratlcTof  Its  trading  "area  net  paid  circu- 
latlorTto  its  total  net  paid  circulation 
forThe^  last  two  quarters  of  1944. 

(v)  Tlie  resulting  tonnage  shall  be 
added  to  the  new spaper's  consumption 
quota^ 

(vi)  Example.  Assume  that  there  was 
a  To%  population  growth  In  a  news- 
papier's  trading  area  (computed  in^ac- 
cordaTice"with  paragraph  (i)  above)  and 
that~the^  Increase  in  the  newspaper's 
trading  area  circulation  was  9%  (com- 
puted  In  accordance  with  paragraph  (11) 
above )T~Subt racting  7*2  from  the  lower 
of  these  two  percentage  .figures,  In  ac- 
cordance  with  paragraph  (iliJ,  gives  an 
adj  ustment "factor  ofjij^  %.  Assume 
that  the  newspaper's  adjusted  base  ton- 
nage  was  1,000  tons  and  that  Its  total 
circulation  in  the~iast  two  quarters  of 

No.  66 5 


additional  tonnage. 

(2)  Extraordinary  circulation  in- 
crease. Where  a  newspaper's  average 
neFpaid  circulation  in  its  trading  area 
for  the  second  quarter  of  1943  exceeds  its 
averagenet  paid  circulation  in  the  trad- 
ing  area^or  the  year  1942  by  more  than 
iO^rTthat  portion  of  the  newspaper's  ad- 
jusTedTbase  tonnage  which  corresponds 
to^the"ratio  of  its  trading  area  net  paid 
circulation  to  its  total  net  paid  circula- 
tion for  the  last  two  quarters  of  1944 
shall  be  increa.sed  to  the  extent  of  such 
circulation  increase  in  excess  of  10  Sc , 
without  the  necessity  of  establishing  any 
population  growth,  provided  such  circu- 
iatioiTlncraase  has  been  jmaintained. 
Jncreasecfclrculation  resulting  from  pro- 
motional sales  efforts  shall  not  be  in- 
cluded. 

(3)  Discontinuance  or  merger  of  news- 
papers. Adjustments  in  consumption 
quota  shall  be  made  In  order  to  maintain 
adequate  newspaper  service  In  a  com- 
munity where  there  has  been  a  discon- 
tinuance or  merger  of  newspap)ers. 

(4)  Supplements  added  in  1941  or 
1942.  Adjustments  In  consumption 
quota  shall  be  made  for  newspapers 
which  added  supplements  In  1941  or  1942. 
Such  adjustments  shall  be  made  only  to 
the  extent  that  the  newspaper's  total 
content  was  Increased  by  the  addition  of 
the  supplements  and  such  increase  was 
not  reflected  in  Its  base  tonnage  and 
only  to  the  extent  It  appears  that  be- 
cause of  contractual  relationships  undue 
hardship  would  be  caused  by  a  failure  to 
make  such  adjustments. 

NoTx:  Paragraphs  (5),  (6),  (7)  and  (8) 
fOTmerly  (6),  (7),  (8)  and  (9).  Former 
paragraph  (5)   deleted  Aug.  12,  1944. 

(5)  Temporary  suspension.  Newspa- 
pers which  were  forced  to  suspend  pub- 
lication temporarily  during  1941  because 
oi  strikes,  fires,  or  similar  conditions  shall 


be  granted  compensatory  Increases  in 
their  base  tonnages,  to  the  extent  that 
It  was  impracticable  to  continue  opera- 
tions at  another  plant. 

(6)  Change  in  roll  size.  Publishers 
who  reduced  the  width  of  their  news- 
print rolls  In  1941  shall  be  granted  com- 
pensatory Increases  in  their  base  ton- 
nages. 

(7)  Increased  frequency  of  issuance. 
Publishers  who  increased  the  frequency 
of  issuance  of  their  newspapers  in  1941 
and  1942  shall  be  granted  adjustments 
of  their  base  tonnages  to  permit  con- 
tinued publication  at  the  frequency  of 
issuance  established  before  Order  L-240 
was  issued,  on  December  31.  1942. 

(8)  Extraordinary  hardships.  Appeal 
tonnage  shall  not  be  recommended  by 
either  the  administrator  or  the  Division 
Appeals  Committee  or  granted  by  the 
Appeals  Board  for  causes  other  than 
those  enumerated  in  subparagraphs  tl) 
to  (7)  of  this  paragraph  (f)  except 
where  unforeseen,  unusual,  extraordi- 
nary or  emergency  conditions  constitut- 
ing undue  and  excessive  hardship  are 
proved.  Certain  factors  which  shall  not 
be  recognized  as  grounds  for  the  grant- 
ing of  appeal  tonnage  are  described  in 
paragraph  (g». 

<g)  Factors  which  shall  not  be  con- 
sidered as  grounds  for  granting  appeals. 
The  following  is  a  list  of  some  of  the  fac- 
tors which  shall  not  be  considered  as 
grounds  for  the  granting  of  tonnage  on 
appeal.    This  list  is  not  exclusive. 

(1)  The  nature  cf  a  newspaper's  con- 
tents. 

(2)  Diminished  base  period  consumption 
because  of  flnancial  conditions. 

(3)  Suspension  of  publication  in  1941  or 
1942  except  as  provided  in  paragraph  (f )   (5i. 

(4)  Population  or  clrculaticn  increase,  ex- 
cept as  provided  In  paragraph  (k)  (2)  of 
Order  Lr-240  or  paragraphs  (f)  (1)  or  (f)  (2) 
of  this  supplement. 

(5)  Retarded  circulation  prcwth  caused 
by  a  price  increase  In  1941  or  1942. 

(6)  Conservation  of  paper  at  any  time  ex- 
cept as  provided  in  paragraph  (f)    (6). 

[Note:  Paragraphs  (7)  through  (13)  for- 
merly (8)  through  (14).  Former  paragri^iph 
(7(    deleted  Aug.   12,  1944  ) 

(7)  Change  in  number  of  advertising  lines 
at  any  time,  except  a£  provided  in  paragraphs 
(f)    (3)    and   (f)    (4). 

(8)  Unsold  copies  or  circulation  returns. 

(9)  Special  events  such  as  war  bond 
drives,  recruiting  drives,  war  news,  political 
news,  etc. 

(10)  Inability  to  maintain  or  increase  ad- 
vertising lines  under  exlsimg  quotas 

(11)  The  fact  that  additional  tonnage  was 
granted  on  apf>eal  to  a  competitor. 

(12)  Request  to  use  in  a  newspaper 
started  since  December  31.  1942.  more  ton- 
nage than  that  permitted  in  paragraph  (ni) 
of  Order  Lr-240. 

(13)  Consumption  of  print  paper  In  vio- 
lation of  Order  Lr-240,  whether  or  not  such 
Violation  was  wiUuI. 

Procedure 

(h)  How  appcaU  are  suhinitted.  Ap- 
peals from  Order  L-240  may  \ft  filed  by 
addressing  a  letter  in  duplicate  to  the 
War  Production  Board,  Printing  and 
Publishing  Division,  Washington  25, 
D.  C.    Ref :  1^240. 

(i)  Form  of  appeals.  The  letter  of  ap- 
peal need  not  follow  any  particular  form. 
It  should  state  informally,  but  complete- 


3.540 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


ly.  the  particular  provision  appealed 
from,  the  precise  relief  desired,  the  sub- 
division of  paragraph  (f)  upon  which 
the  appellant  relies,  and  the  reasons 
why  denial  of  the  appeal  would  result  in 
undue  and  exces^ave  hardship. 

(ji  Denials  by  adrnini^trator.  Ap- 
peals may  be  di-nied  in  the  first  instance 
by  the  adminisirator  of  the  order. 

(k'  Rc-appcc.l  trum  denial  by  admin- 
istrator. When  an  appeal  has  been  d',>- 
nied  by  the  admini-traLor  of  the  order, 
the  appellant  may  re-appeal,  within  15 
days  after  the  letter  of  denial  i.->  mailed, 
by  addri  ^.sing  a  letter  to  the  War  Pro- 
duction Board,  Printinc  and  Publishing 
Divi'^lon.  Wa.'^hinErton  25,  D.  C.  Rcf:  L- 
240.  This  Ictt-r  may  contain  simply  a 
lequfsl  that  the  ca>e  be  forwarded  to  the 
Appeals  Board  of  the  War  Production 
Board.  Any  additional  information 
which  tlie  appellant  cares  to  submit  at 
this  time  will  also  be  forwarded  to  the 
Appeals  Board. 

il'  Grant  of  appeals.  Although  the 
administrator  of  the  order  may  deny  an 
appeal  in  the  first  instance,  only  the  Ap- 
peals Board  has  the  power  to  grant  relief 
in  individual  cases  from  the  provisions 
of  the  order. 

(m)  Recommendation  of  grant  by  the 
administrator.  The  administrator  of  the 
order  may  recommend  that  an  appeal  be 
granted  in  whole  or  in  part.  In  that 
event  the  case  shall  be  forwarded  to  the 
Appeals  Board  with  the  written  recom- 
mendation of  the  administrator  and  the 
written  concurrence  or  non-concurrence 
of  each  member  of  the  Division  Appeals 
Committee,  consisting  of  himself,  the  ad- 
ministrators of  Orders  L-241.  L-244.  and 
L-245.  the  Assistant  Director  of  the 
Printing  and  Publishing  Divi.>ion  for  La- 
bor, and  representatives  of  the  OfBce  of 
Civilian  Requirements  and  the  Conserva- 
tion Divi.-.ion. 

(n)  Optional  reference  to  Appeals 
Board  bu  adviinistrator.  The  adminis- 
trator of  the  order  may.  if  he  desires,  re- 
fer a  case  to  the  Appeals  Board  with  a 
recommendation  of  denial  or  with  no 
recommendation  at  all. 

(o>  liearinii^i  by  Appeals  Board.  If 
the  Appeals  Board  desires  to  obtain  ad- 
ditional facts  not  contained  in  the  file  it 
may,  in  its  discretion,  hold  a  public  hear- 
ing on  "«ny  appeal.  To  the  extent  con- 
sistent with  the  necessity  for  emergency 
relief,  a  schedule  of  hearings  shall  be 
made  up  in  advance.  Information  con- 
cerning the  time  and  place  of  any  sched- 
uled hearing  shall  be  available  at  the  of- 
fice of  the  Appeals  Board  at  any  time 
during  business  hours. 

<p>  Conduct  of  hcarina.  Hearings  by 
the  Appeals  Board  are  open  to  the  public. 
All  interested  parties  may  attend  and,  in 
the  discretion  of  the  Board,  may  be 
heard.  The  hearings  are  informal  and 
the  Board  is  not  bound  by  legal  rules  of 
evidence.  It  is  not  nece.ssary  for  an  ap- 
pellant to  be  represented  by  counsel  al- 
though he  may  do  so  If  he  wishes. 

iq>  Decision  by  Appeals  Board.  The 
Appeal.s^oard  may  grant  or  deny  an  ap- 
peal in  whole  or  in  part.  It  may  also  at- 
tach conditions  to  a  grant. 

(r)  Finality  of  decisions.  The  de- 
cisions of  the  Appeals  Board  shall  be 
final,  unless  that  Board  elects  to  reopen 
the  case. 


(s)  Publication  of  grants.  Grants  on 
appeals  shall  be  announced  publicly  at 
least  every  two  weeks. 

(t»  Announcement  of  grounds  of  de- 
cision. Whenever  a  grant  Is  made  for 
"unforeseen,  unusual,  extraordinary  or 
emergency  conditions"  under  paragraph 
t  f )  •  8 ) ,  a  brief  memorandum  of  thp  basis 
of  the  decision  shall  be  made  public  by 
the  Appeals  Board  within  two  weeks,  and 
the  decision  shall  be  treated  as  a  pr*  - 
cedent  in  future  situations  of  an  identi- 
cal character. 

<u>  Amendment  of  s  u  p  pi  e  m  c  n  t. 
Whenever  a  new  standard  is  developed, 
tlie  supplement  shall  be  amended  to  set 
forth  that  .-tandard. 

(V)  Public  files.  Public  flies  shall  be 
set  up  in  all  cases,  including  tho.se  fil"d 
before  as  well  as  after  October  7,  1943, 
whether  or  not  they  resulted  in  a  grant. 
They  shall  be  available  for  public  inspec- 
tion at  any  time  durinp;  the  business 
hours  of  the  War  Production  Board.  The 
public  files  shall  include: 

1.  All  pnpcrs  filed  by  the  appell.<»nt  In  sup- 
port I  if  the  appeal  except  those  portions 
Which  contain  confidential  data. 

2  All  memoranda  hy  War  Production  Board 
officials  containing  recommendations  tor  or 
agaln.st  the  allowance  of  the  appeal. 

3.  Copy  of  all  letters  of  grant  or  denial, 

4.  A  tran.«;cript  of  the  record  of  any  public 
hearing  (or  If  the  stenographic  notes  of  the 
hearing  have  not  been  tran.scribed.  a  memo- 
randum referring  t(j  the  notes  and  stating 
how  a  transcript  may  be  obtained). 

(w)  False  representations.  All  grants 
on  appeal  are  conditional  upon  the 
validity  of  the  statements  submitted  In 
support  thereof.  Any  person  who  wil- 
fully conceals  a  material  fact  or  furnishes 
false  information  in  connection  with  an 
appeal,  whether  orally  or  in  writing,  is 
guilty  of  a  crime  and  upon  conviction 
may  be  punished  by  fine  or  imprisonment 
or  both,  as  provided  in  section  f35)  (A) 
of  the  United  States  Criminal  Code. 

Issued  this  2d  day  of  April  1945. 

War  Production  Board, 
By  J.  JosEPM  Whelan, 

Recording  Secretary. 

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Part  3270 — Containers 

(Limitation   Order  LrS3e.   aa   Amended    Apr. 

2.  19451 

SANITARY    FOOD    CONTAINERS 

Section  3270.61  Limitation  Order  L- 
336  is  hereby  amended  to  read  as  follows: 

The  fulfillment  of  requirements  for  the 
defense  of  the  United  States  has  created 
a  shortage  in  the  supply  of  sanitary  food 
containers  for  defense,  for  private  ac- 
count and  for  export,  and  the  following 
order  is  deemed  nece.ssary  and  appropri- 
ate in  the  public  Interest  and  to  promote 
the  national  defense. 

§  3270.61  Limitation  Order  L-336—'a.) 
What  this  order  does.  This  order  places 
limitations  on  the  manufacture,  delivery, 
and  use  of  various  types  of  sanitary  food 
containers.  Among  other  restrictions, 
liquid  tight  paper  containers  may  only 
be  sold  to  package  food  for  human  con- 


sumption, and  paper  milk  containers 
may  only  be  sold  to  package  fluid  milk, 
other  dairy  products,  or  fruits  and  vege- 
table juices.  The  use  of  hot  drink  cups 
is  limited  and  a  monthly  quota  is  placed 
on  the  use  of  such  cups.  A  one-time 
certificate  is  required  for  delivery  of  hoi 
diink  cups,  cold  drink  cups,  flat  bottom 
dishes,  liquid  tight  paper  containers,  and 
paper  milk  containers.  The  use  of  MHO 
ratings  is  restricted. 

lb)  Definitions.  Wherever  used  in 
this  order:  ilt  "Sanitary  food  contain- 
ers" mean  pap?r  food  containers,  pap.r 
cups,  paper  milk  containers  and  liquid 
tight  paper  containers. 

•  2»  "Paper  food  containers"  mean  all 
empty  round  nested  containers,  with  or 
without  lids,  made  of  paper  or  paper- 
board  but  excluding  wedse-shaped  food 
pails  and  nested  paper  plutes. 

(3)  "Paper  cups"  mean  all  empty  open 
nested  cups,  with  or  without  lids,  made  of 
paper,  includinp  but  not  limited  to  hot 
drink  cups,  cold  drink  cups,  hot  forvi 
cups.  du>hps  tincludin>T  flat  bottoiu 
dishes),  water  cups,  and  portion  control 
cups.  The  term  shall  not  include  cup> 
of  the  flat  envelope  type. 

t4)  "Hot  drink  cups"  mean  all  cup.s 
made  directly  from  moulded  pulp,  or 
all  untreated  tall  cups,  double-wrapped 
or  single-wrapped  of  comparable  weiqh;, 
which  are  suitable  for  dispensing  hot 
beverages.  The  term  shall  include  all 
cups  which  at  any  stage  of  their  man- 
ufacture fall  within  thjs  definition  of 
"hot  drink  cups." 

1 5)  "Cold  drink  cups"  mean  all  one  or 
two-piece  cups,  treated  or  untreated,  of 
6-ounce  size  or  larger,  which  are  not 
suitable  for  dispensing  hot  beverages. 

i6>  "Hot  food  cups"  mean  all  un- 
treated squat  cups,  8  to  16  ounce  inclu- 
sive, double-wrapped  or  single-wrappe;i 
of  comparable  weight,  which  are  suitabl" 
for  dispensing  hot  foods.  The  term  shikll 
include  all  cups  which  at  any  stape  <  f 
their  manufacture  fall  within  the  defini- 
tion of  "hot  food  cup--^ '. 

1 7)  "Flat-bottom  paper  dishes"  mrrin 
all  four  to  .seven  ounce  shallow,  flat-bot- 
tom cups,  pleated  or  two-piece  ne.^ted. 
having  a  minimum  taper  of  flfteen  de- 
grees. 

(8)  "Paper  milk  containers"  mean  all 
treated  paper  containers,  blank  or  folded 
cartons,  which  are  commonly  used  to 
package  fluid  milk  or  fluid  milk  products 

(9)  "Liquid  tight  paper  container^" 
mean  all  spiral  or  convolute  v.-ound  con- 
tainers, made  of  paperboard.  with  a  slip- 
on  cover,  which  are  commonly  known  in 
the  trade  as  liquid  tigiit  container-. 

(10 1   "Primary    feeding"    means    the 
feeding  of  either  food  or  hot  bt  verac. 
to  persons,  except  feeding  at  gatherings 
of   a    purely    social    nature    as    at    tea  . 
parties  or  dances. 

Restrictions  on  Manufacturers 

(c)  General  restriction  on  manufai  - 
iure.  sale  or  delivery.  No  person  i;ha;! 
manufacture,  sell  or  deliver  any  sanitary 
food  containers  which  he  knows  or  has 
reason  to  believe  will  be  accepted  or  used 
In  violation  of  the  terms  of  this  order. 

(d)  Restrictions  on  poundage  of  sani- 
tary food  container  stock  to  be  proc- 
essed. No  manuf actui er  of  sanitai  y  fcod 
containers  shall  accept  delivery  of  any 


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sanitary  food  container  stock  except  as 
authorized  by  the  War  Production  Board 
pursuant  to  Appendix  B  In  Order  M-241. 
A  manufacturer  may  use  the  stock  al- 
located to  him  only  for  the  purpose  for 
which  it  was  allocated. 

(e)  Maintenance  of  production  of  cer- 
tain paper  cups.  Commencing  April  1, 
1945.  each  manufacturer  of  hot  drink 
cups,  flat  bottom  cold  drink  cups  or  flat 
bottom  dishes,  shall  maintain  during 
each  calendSLT  quarter  a  production  of 
each  of  these  items  equivalent  to  the 
highest  quarterly  production  of  that  item 
attained  during  any  calendar  quarter  be- 
ginning on  or  after  October  1.  1943  to 
the  extent  permitted  by  paragraph  (d) 
above  and  subject  to  contingencies  be- 
yond his  control. 

(f )  Distribution  of  prodiLction  between 
military  and  civilian  requirements.     (1) 
Regardless  of  preference  ratings  on  other 
orders,  each  manufacturer  of  paper  cups 
must  set  aside  the  following  ^percentages 
of  his  production  of  paper  cups  in  each 
month  for  delivery  to  the  Army  and  the 
Navy  (excluding  domestic  post  exchanges 
and  ship's  service  stores,  but  including 
those    located    outside    of    continental 
United  States)  in  the  sizes  ordered  by 
them:  35  per  cent  of  his  monthly  pro- 
duction of  6  to  9-ounce  hot  drink  cups 
inclusive  mot  more  than  60  per  cent  of 
the  total  production  of  any  one  size  to 
be  produced  need  be  Included  in  the  sel- 
aside) ;  70  per  cent  of  his  monthly  pro- 
duction of  6  to  9-ounce  flat  bottom  cold 
drink  cups  inclusive;  100  per  cent  of  his 
monthly  production  of   10  to  24-ounce 
flat  bottom  cold  drink  cups  Inclusive; 
75  per  cent  of  his  jnonthly  production 
of  all  flat  bottom  dishes.    He  must  make 
this  set-aside  in  the  following  propor- 
tion to  the  Army  and  the  Navy:  70  per 
cent  of  each  of  the  above  specified  four 
classes  of  cups  to  be  set  aside  shall  be 
reserved  exclusively  to  fill  Army  orders 
received  on  or  before  the  15th  day  of 
the  preceding  month,  and  the  remaining 
30  per  cent  shall  be  similarly  reserved 
for  the  Navy.     Any  unordered   portion 
of  the  Army  set-aside  shall  be  further 
reserved  exclusively  to  fill  Navy  orders 
received  on  or  before  the  22nd  day  of 
the  preceding  month,  and  any  unordered 
portion  of  the  Navy  set-aside  shall  be 
similarly  reserved  for  the  Army.    In  the 
event  that  on  the  23rd  day  of  any  month, 
any  portion  of  either  the  Army's  or  the 
Navy's  set-aside  remains  unordered,  such 
portion  must  be  sold  as  provided  in  par- 
agraph  (f)    (2).     Set-asides  under  this 
paragraph   shall   be   computed    on   the 
basis  of  number  of  cups. 

(2)  The  balance  of  each  manufactur- 
er's production  of  hot  drink  cups,  fiat 
bottom  cold  drink  cups  and  flat  bottom 
dishes  shall  be  used  exclusively  to  fill 
orders  other  than  Army  and  Navy  orders 
(excluding  domestic  post  exchanges  and 
ships  service  stores,  but  including  those 
located  outside  the  continental  United 
States)  in  accordance  with  Priorities 
Regulation  1  and  the  provisions  of  this 
order. 

(3)  The  above  set-aside  -provisions 
shail  not  apply  to  the  April  1945  produc- 
tion of  flat  bottom  dishes. 

(g)  Prohibited  manufacture,  sale  or 
delivery.  No  person  shall  manufacture. 
sell  or  deliver  the  following  types  of  sani- 


tary food  containers  If  he  knows  or  has 
reason  to  believe  that  they  will  be  used 
for  the  purposes  stated:  (1)  Liquid  tight 
paper  containers  to  package  other  than 
food  for  human  consumption;  but  this 
restriction  shall  not  apply  to  containers 
which  were  ordered  for  other  purposes 
and  which  were  in  process  of  manufac- 
tuie  on  or  before  April  2, 1945;  (2)  Paper 
milk  containers  for  purposes  other  than 
packaging  dairy  products  (including 
fluid  milk),  fruits  and  vegetable  juices; 
but  this  restriction  shall  not  apply  to 
containers  which  were  ordered  for  other 
purposes  and  which  were  in  process  of 
manufacture  on  or  before  April  2,  1945; 
(3)  Packages  of  paper  cups  for  retail 
sales,  eiccept  that  this  restriction  shall 
not  apply  to  stocks  of  cups  made  up  for 
retail  sales  viYAc^i  were  on  hand  January 
29,  1944;  (4)  Portion  control  or  .souffle 
cups  for  retail  sales  or  for  party  favors. 

Restrictions  on  Delivery  and  Use  of 
Paper  Cups 

(h)  One-time  certificate  for  delivery 
of  hot  drink  cups,  cold  drink  cups,  flat 
bottom  dishes,  liquid  tight  paper  con- 
tainers or  paper  milk  containers.  No 
manufacturer,  wholesaler  or  jobber  shall 
sell  or  deliver  any  hot  drink  cups,  cold 
drink  cups,  flat  bottom  dishes,  liquid 
tight  paper  containers  or  paper  milk  con- 
tainers after  April  2,  1945,  unless  he  has 
received  from  the  purchaser  a  certifi- 
cation signed  manually  or  as  provided 
In  Priorities  Regulation  7.  This  certifl- 
cation  shall  be  in  substantially  the  fol- 
lowing form  and,  once  filed  by  a  pur- 
chaser with  a  supplier,  covers  all  future 
deliveries  of  any  of  such  cups  from  the 
suppUer  to  that  purchaser: 

The  undersigned  purchaser  certifies,  sub- 
ject to  criminal  penalties  for  misrepresenta- 
tion, that  he  Is  familiar  with  Order  L-336 
of  the  War  Production  Board,  and  that  all 
purchases  from  you  of  Items  regulated  by 
that  order,  and  the  use  of  the  same  by  the 
undersigned  will  be  In  compliance  with  the 
order,  as  amended  from  time  to  time. 

The  standard  certificate  provided  for 
in  paragraph  (d)  of  Priorities  Regula- 
tion 7  cannot  be  used  in  place  of  the 
above  certificate;  nor  may  the  certifi- 
cate provided  by  this  order  be  waived 
in  accordance  with  paragraph  <f>  of 
Priorities  Regulation  7. 

(i)  Restrictions  on  use  of  MRO  pref- 
erence ratings — (1)  Paper  cups.  Only 
the  persons  described  in  paragraph  «j> 
(2)  below  shall  be  permitted  to  use 
blanket  MRO  ratings  assigned  to  them 
by  any  regulation  or  order  of  the  War 
Production  Board  (including  CMP  Regu- 
lation 5,  CMP  Regulation  5A,  and  orders 
in  the  P  or  U  series)  to  buy  paper  cups. 
However,  hot  drink  cups  purchased  on 
MRO  ratings  may  only  be  used  as  pre- 
scribed in  paragraph  (j)  (2)  below. 
Paper  cups  (other  than  hot  drink  cups^ 
may  be  used  for  any  purpose,  except  in 
the  following  two  cases:  (1)  The  per- 
sons described  in  paragraph  ( j )  (2 )  (viii) 
may  only  use  such  cups  for  the  same 
purposes  for  which  they  may  use  hot 
drink  cups.  (2)  The  persons  described 
in  paragraph  (j)  (2)  (iv)  may  only  use 
such  cups  for  the  same  purposes  for 
which  they  may  use  hot  drink  cups  ex- 
cept that  they  may  also  use  them  for 
serving  cold  beverages.    Caterers  or  con- 


cessionnaires.  as  described  in  paragraph 
(J)  (2)  Uv)  below  may  also  use  their 
customer's  MRO  ratings  to  buy  paper 
cups  provided  that  such  cups  are  only 
used  for  the  purposes  for  which  they 
may  use  cups  purcha.sed  on  their  own 
MRO  rating.  Furthermore,  such  cus- 
tomer may  distribute  to  such  caterer  or 
concessionnaire  for  feeding  the  cus- 
tomer's employees,  any  paper  cups  ob- 
tained by  the  customer  upon  his  MRO 
rating.  Except  as  permitted  for  caterers 
and  concessionnaires.  blanket  MRO  rat- 
ings may  not  be  used  by  any  person  to 
get  paper  cups  for  commercially  packag- 
ing food  or  other  products  for  shipment 
or  delivery.  None  of  the  persons  de- 
scribed in  paragraph  (j'  '2'  below  may 
u.se  their  blanket  MRO  ratings  to  buy 
paper  cups  which  are  to  be  sent  to  a 
commercial  food  packer  to  be  filled  and 
returned  to  them  for  use  in  feeding. 

(2i  Other  sanitary  food  coniaincrs. 
No  MRO  ratings  may  be  u<=ed  by  any  per- 
son to  buy  paper  food  containers,  paper 
milk  containers  and  Uquid  tight  con- 
tainers. 

(>)  Restrictions  on  acceptance  of  de- 
livery, or  use  of  hot  drink  cups—n  •  Use 
quota.  Except  in  the  case  of  an  indi\  id- 
ual  for  his  personal  use.  no  person  per- 
mitted to  use  hot  drink  cups  as  provided 
in  paragraph  tj'  <2>  below  shall  use  in 
any  calendar  month,  beginning  with 
April  1945.  more  hot  drink  cups  than  75 
percent  of  his  average  monthly  consump- 
tion of  hot  drink  cups  during  the  months 
of  January  through  March  1944.  All  au- 
thorizations for  adjustment  of  quota 
made  prior  to  April  1.  1945.  shall  not  be 
affected  by  this  restriction.  Further- 
more, this  restriction  shall  not  apply  to 
the  Army  or  Navy. 

(2)  Persons  permitted  to  u.sr.  No  per- 
son shall  use  hot  drink  cup>  except  the 
following  persons  for  the  purposes  indi- 
cated . 

(i»  Army  and  Navy  (excluding  domes- 
tic post  exchanges  and  ships  service 
stores  but  including  those  located  out- 
side of  continental  United  States)  for 
any  purpose. 

<iii  Army  post  exchanges  and  Navy 
ship's  service  stores,  located  within  the 
Continental  United  States,  for  a  primary 
feeding  purpose  only. 

(iii)  Industrial  estabhshments  for  pri- 
mary feeding  to  their  employees  on  then- 
premises. 

<iv;  Caterers  or  conce.<;s;onaircp  for 
primary  feeding  of  employees  of  one  ci 
the  persons  described  in  'iii'  above,  on 
such  person's  premises,  and  pursuant  to 
a  written  agreement  with  such  person 

(V)  "Veterans' Adminisi ration  hospuais 

and  all  other  hospitals  for  any  purpo.se. 

(vi)  Red  Cross  for  serving  food  or  hot 

beverages  at  blood  bank.<-  or  for  primary 

feeding  purposes  only. 

(vii)  USO  lor  primary  feeding  pur- 
poses only. 

(viii)  Persons  when  engaged  in  serv- 
ing food  or  drink  in  plane:=  and  trains. 

(ix)  Educational  institutions  for  prl- 
mai-y  feeding  only  to  their  students  and 
personnel. 

(x)  Any  individual  for  his  personal 
use. 

(k)  Application  to  increase  quota  for 
use  of  hot  drink  cups.  The  War  Produc- 
tion Board  may  authorize  an  increase  in 


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quota  provided  under  paragraph  (J)  (1) 
above  to  any  person  where  there  has 
been  an  installation  of  new  feeding  fa- 
cilities, or  where  there  has  been  an  in- 
crease in  the  number  of  workers  in  his 
establishment  usmg  such  facilities,  but 
only  when  there  are  no  substitutes  rea- 
sonably available  for  hot  drink  cups. 
Application  for  such  an  increase  in  quota 
siuill  be  made  by  letter,  in  triplicate,  to 
the  field  office  of  the  War  Production 
Board  for  the  district  In  which  is  located 
the  plant  of  the  applicant  to  which  the 
application  relates.  The  following  in- 
formation shall  be  included  in  such  let- 
ter: 

1 1  •  State  approximate  number  of 
workers  employed  as  of  pay-roll  period 
in: 

<  i )   January.  1944: 

<iit  The  month  previous  to  the  date  of 
this  application.  (However,  if  in-plant 
feeding  facilities  are  not  under  plant 
management,  or  contract,  furnish  other 
evidence  of  increased  requirements  such 
as  number  of  servings  ' . 

<2i  The  method  of  feedint;  and  ap- 
proximate number  of  workers  fed  by  Mo- 
bile Unit.  Canteen  or  Cafeteria  feeding. 

'  3 1  The  number  of  servings  of  hot 
foods  I  including  coffee" ,  requiring  use  of 
hot  (Innk  cups: 

I  i  I  With  regular  meals: 

'IP  For  between  meal  feeding. 

'4'  Whether  food  .service  Is  operated 
by  concessionaire,  food  contractor,  or  by 
plant  management.  'If  not  operated  by 
plant  management,  furnish  name  and 
address  of  outside  operator'. 

i5>  Present  inventory  (at  nlant  or  be- 
ing held  by  concessionaire'  of  hot  drink 
cups. 

'6'  Number  of  hot  drink  cups  re- 
ceived or  .set  aside  for  his  account  during 
the  period  of  January  through  March  of 
1944  from  any  source,  such  as  manufac- 
turer, paper  distributor,  or  concession- 
aire, etc. 

i7i  Estimated  45-day  inventory  of  hot 
drmk  cups. 

'8'  Whether  al'.  ciunaware  and  dish- 
wr\  .hing  facilities  are  in  use. 

Gcrwral  Proviaiotis 

(li  Inventory.  No  person  shall  ac- 
cept, have  set  aside  or  held  for  his  ac- 
count, any  quantity  of  sanitary  food  con- 
tainers whicli  will  increase  his  Inventory 
for  such  containers  to  more  than  his 
reasonably  anticipated  requirements  for 
the  next  45  days,  except  that,  whenever 
his  inventory  is  less  than  a  45-days'  sup- 
ply, he  may  accept  the  minimum  delivery 
required  by  his  supplier  under  a  publisli- 
cd  price  li.-^t  or  sales  policy  in  effect  on 
October  29.  1943.  Uo  person  shall  order 
any  quantity  of  sanitary  food  containers 
for  delivery  to  him  or  for  his  account  on 
any  date,  if  receipt  thereof  on  that  date 
would  increase  his  inventory  of  such  con- 
tainc  rs  to  more  than  the  amount  permit- 
ted in  the  first  sentence  of  this  para- 
graph. Thi-;  provision  does  not  apply  to 
the  Armed  Forces.  Post  Exchanges  and 
Ship's  Service  Stores. 

( m  •  Appeals.  Appeals  from  Order  L- 
336  shall  be  filed  by  addressing  a  letter, 
in  triplicate,  to  the  appropriate  field  of- 
.  flee  of  the  War  Production  Board.  The 
letter  of  appeal  need  not  follow  any  par- 
ticular form.    It  should  state  informally, 


but  completely,  the  particular  provisions 
appealed  from,  the  precise  relief  desired, 
the  reasons  why  denial  of  the  appeal 
would  result  In  excessive  and  individual 
hardship,  and  such  other  statistical  and 
narrative  information  as  may  be  perti- 
nent. 

(n>  Violations.  Any  person  who  wil- 
fully violates  any  provision  of  this  order, 
or  who.  in  connection  with  this  order 
wilfully  conceals  a  material  fact  or  furn- 
ishes false  information  to  any  depart- 
ment or  agency  of  the  United  States  is 
gtiilty  of  a  crime,  and  upon  conviction 
may  be  punished  by  fine  or  imprison- 
ment. In  addition,  any  such  person  may 
be  prohibited  from  making  or  obtaining 
further  deliveries  of,  or  from  processing 
or  using  material  under  priority  control 
and  may  be  deprived  of  priorities  assist- 
ance. 

<o)  Reports.  All  paper  food  container 
or  paper  cup  manufacturers  shall  file 
Form  WPB-3366  in  accordance  with  the 
instructions  in  that  form.  Tliis  report- 
ing requirement  has  been  approved  by 
the  Bureau  of  the  Budget  in  accordance 
with  the  Federal  Reports  Act  of  1942. 
All  per.sons  affected  by  this  order  shall 
file  such  other  reports  and  questionnaires 
as  the  War  Production  Board  may  re- 
quest from  time  to  time  subject  to  the 
approval  of  the  Bureau  of  the  Budget. 

'p»  Communications.  All  inquiries 
relating  to  this  order  other  than  requests 
for  authorization  or  appeals  shall  be  ad- 
dressed to  the  War  Production  Board, 
Containers  Division,  Washington  25, 
D.  C,  reference  Order  Lr-336. 

I.'sued  this  2d  day  of  April  1945. 

War  Production  Board. 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan. 

Recording  Secretary. 

IF.    R     Diic.     45  5292;    Filed,    Apr.    2.    1945; 
11:53  a.  ml 


Part  3270 — Containers 

ICun.seivatlon  Order  M-115,  Direction  1] 

SECOND    QUARIKR     194  5    LEAD    QHOTAS    FOR 
COLLAPSIBLE   TUBES 

The  following  direction  is  Issued  pur- 
suant to  Conservation  Order  M-115: 

Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of  Order 
M-U5.  no  person  may  during  the  month  of 
April,  1945  accept  delivery  of  collapsible  tuhe.s 
requlrlnK  nwTr  than  one-third  of  the  lead 
quota  ast.igned  to  him  by  that  order  for  the 
.second  calendar  quarter  of   1945. 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

War  Production  Board, 
By    J.  Joseph  Whelan, 

Recordtnq  Secretary. 

[F     R     Doc.    45  5188:    Filed.    Mar.    81,    1945, 
11  31  a.  m  I 


Part  3285 — Lumber  and  Lumber  Products 
[Order  L  335,  Direction   17] 

southern  yellow  pine  wholesalers  and 

commission -MEN 

The  following  direction  Is  issued  pur- 
suant to  Order  L-335: 

(a)   To  rzViom  this  direction  applies.    Thli 
direction    appllet    to   every    wholesaler    and 


commission -man  who  handles  Southern  Yel- 
low Pine  lumber.  For  the  purposes  of  this 
direction,  a  "wholesaler"  is  any  person  who, 
In  the  normal  course  of  his  business,  buys 
and  reseUs  Southern  Yellov  Pine  lumbtr 
which  at  no  time  becomes  a  part  of  his 
yard  Inventory,  or  any  person  who.  in  the 
normal  course  of  his  business,  buys  Southern 
Yellow  Pine  lumber  for  or  sells  Southern 
Yellow  Pine  lumber  to  two  or  more  distri- 
bution yard-s.  one  or  more  of  which  Is  not 
his  own.  It  does  not  Include  a  person  whi 
only  operates  a  sawmill  or  concentration 
yard  and  who  sells  Southern  Yellow  Pmc 
lumber  as  an  incident  thereto.  A  "commi.-- 
Eion-man"  Is  a  person  who  cuftomarUy  rep- 
resents and  sells  Southern  Yellow  Pine  lum- 
ber for  sawmills  or  concentration  yards,  re- 
ceives his  compensation  In  the  form  of  com- 
missions based  on  the  amount  of  lumber 
sold,  and  is  Independent  of  both  the  buyer 
and   the  seller. 

(b)  Wholrsaler.<i  and  commission-men  mu-^t 
rrpoTt  on  Form  WPB-4207.  Startmg  with 
the  month  of  AprU,  every  wholesaler  antl 
commission-man  must  file  a  monthly  rep(J!i 
with  the  War  Production  Board  on  Form 
WPB-4207.  This  report  must  be  filled  out  m 
accordance  with  the  Instructions  contained 
on  the  form.  For  the  month  of  April  this 
report  must  be  mailed  to  the  War  Produc- 
tion Board  not  later  than  the  15th  of  Apn! 
Each  month  thereafter  it  must  be  mailed 
not  later  than  the  10th  day  of  the  month 
for  which  the  report  is  required.  A  whole- 
saler or  commission-man,  who  does  not  f;l.' 
his  report  with  the  War  Production  Board 
for  a  particular  month,  is  forbidden,  durii.  • 
the  pericxl  that  the  report  would  cover,  to 
deliver,  order  for  delivery,  or  sell,  cither  for 
hlm-^elf  or  for  any  other  per.son,  any  Southern 
Yellow  Pine  lumber  even  though  he  has  re- 
ceived certified  orders  for  such  lumber  (  r 
has  certified  orders  that  he  would  be  en- 
titled to  extend  to  get  such  lumber  but  for 
this  direction. 

(CI  Wholesalers  anjf  commission-men  i/'ii 
hare  filed  Form  WPB-4207.  Unless  other- 
wise notified  by  the  War  Production  Board, 
any  wholesaler  or  commission -man.  who  has 
filed  his  report  on  Form  WPB-4207  ns  re- 
quired by  this  direction,  may  order  and  sell 
Southern  Yellow  Pine  lumber  to  the  extent 
authorized  by  Order  L-335  or  one  of  th  ■ 
directions  Issaed  under  that  order.  How- 
ever, the  War  Production  Board  may,  pur- 
suant to  paragraph  (y)  (2)  of  Order  L-  33.3. 
direct  a  wholesaler  or  commission -man  to  ac- 
cept other  orders  either  in  addition  to  or  in 
place  of  orders  that  are  Included  In  his  rt  - 
port  on  WPB-4207. 

(d)  Restrictions  on  dehveiy.  No  per-c  n 
shall  sell,  ship,  or  deliver,  or  cause  to  be 
sold,  shipped,  or  delivered,  any  Southern 
Y'ellow  Pine  lumber  which  he  knows  or  ha.s 
reason  to  believe  will  be  accepted  or  .sold  ni 
violation  of  the  provlsttms  of  this  direction. 

(e)  Reports.  The  above  reporting  requir.- 
ment  has  been  approved  by  the  Bureau  <f 
the  Budget  In  accordance  with  the  Fcdcri! 
Reports  Act  of  1942.  Any  person  shall  ex- 
ecute and  file  with  the  War  Pnxluctlon  Board 
such  other  reports  and  questionnaires  as  the 
War  Production  Board  may.  from  time  to 
time,  reqtUre  subject  to  the  approval  of  tl.e 
Bureau  of  the  Budget  pursuant  to  the  Fed- 
eral Reports  Act  of  1942 

(f)  Appeals.  Any  appeal  from  the  prov.- 
slons  of  this  direction  shall  be  made  by  mail- 
ing a  letter  to  the  Lumber  and  Lumber  Prod- 
ucts Division.  War  Production  Board.  Wash- 
ington 25,  DC.  Ref  :  L-335,  Direction  17. 
referring  to  the  particular  prevision  appealed 
from  and  sutlng  fully  the  grounds  of  t!;e 
appeal. 

(gl  Applicntians  and  rommu'iicaf  lo"  ■ . 
Form  WPB-4207  for  use  in  reporting  undtr 
this  direction  may  be  obtained  at  aiw  W'nr 
Production  Board  district  office.  Air  com- 
munications, unless  otherwl.'^  directed,  must 
be  addressed  as  follows:  Lumber  and  I.unioer 
Products    Division,    War   Productio.i    Board. 


Washington  26,  D.  C.  Ref.:  L-335.  Direction 
17. 
Issued  this  2d  day  of  April  1945. 

War  Production  Board, 
By  J.  JosiPH  Whilan, 

Recording  Secretary. 


IF.    R.    Doc. 


46-5293;     Filed, 
11:54  a.  m.j 


Apr.     2,    1945; 


Part  3290— Textile.  Clothing  and 
Leather 

[General    Conservation    Order    M  310.    Gen. 
Direction  16] 

REQUIRED  PROCESSING,  DELIVERY  AND  USE  OF 
INDIA  T.ANNED  goatskins 

The  following  direction  is  issued  pur- 
suant to  General  CoiLservation  Order 
M-310: 

(a)  After  April  2.  1945  any  person  proc- 
essing or  causing  lo  be  processed  for  his  ac- 
count, any  India  tanned  goaiekins  shall  proc- 
ess, or  cause  to  be  processed,  into  footwear 
leather,  or  set  aside  In  the  half  tanned  state 
for  processing  into  footwear  leather,  or  both, 
a  quantity  of  goatskins  at  least  equal  to  the 
square  footage  put  Into  process  for  leather 
for  other  than  footwear  purposes. 

(b)  Each  tanner  or  converter  delivering  or 
causing  to  be  delivered  for  his  account  fin- 
ished leather  made  from  India  tanned  goat- 
skins shall  in  each  three  calendar  months 
period  l>eglnnlng  with  May.  1945.  deliver  for 
footwear  at  least  bO'-c  of  the  total  square 
footage  of  India  tanned  goatskins  delivered, 
in  addition  to  complying  with  the  provisions 
of  paragraph    (b)    (8)    of  Order  M-310 

(c)  No  person  receiving  India  tanned  goat- 
skin leather  delivered  or  set  aside  for  footwear 
purposes  shall  Incorporate  such  leather  In 
any  product  other  than  footwear. 

(d)  The  restrictions  of  this  direction  shall 
not  apply  to  India  tanned  goatskins  or 
leather  made  therefrom  which  is  processed 
and  delivered  to  fill  a  specific  military  order 
(as  defined  In  paragraph  (al  (5)  of  Order 
M-310)  which  has  actually  been  received 
and  accepted. 

(c)  For  the  purpose  of  this  direction  "India 
tanned  goatskins"  means  goatskins  tanned 
m  India 

Issued  this  2d  day  of  April  1945. 

War  Production  Board, 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan, 

Recording  Secretary. 

IF.    R.    Doc.    45  5291;    Filed.    Apr,    2.    1945; 
11  53  a.  m.J 


(b)  Appeals  from  this  direction  may  be 
filed  under  paragraph  (g)  (4)  of  Order 
M-328. 

Issued  this  30th  day  of  March  1945. 
War  Production  Board 
By    J.  Joseph  Whelan, 

Recording  Secretary. 


P.i.rt  3290 — Textile,  Clothing  k  Le.^ther 

(Conservation  Order  M  317.  Direction   13| 

BANDAGE    CLOTH 

The  following  direction  is  issued  pur- 
suant to  Conservation  Order  M-317: 

(a)  During  the  period  beginning  April  1, 
1945.  and  ending  April  30,  1945.  no  producer 
or  Intermediate  processor  shall  deliver  38' 2" 
44  X  36  8.60  bandage  cloth  on  an  order  bear- 
Uig  a  rating  assigned  under  Group  6  of  the 
AA-2X  Preference  Rating  Schedule  of  Order 
M-317A  unless  the  order  bears  a  certification 
j^tailng  that  the  yardage  will  be  tised  only  fcr 
the  manufacture  of  surgical  dressings  for 
delivery  to  the  Army  or  Navy  of  the  United 
States. 


IF     R. 


Doc.   46-5172;    Piled.    Mar     30.    1945; 
5:04  p.  m  1 


Part  3290— Textile,  Clothing  anh 
Leather 

I  Conservation  Order  M-328B,  Supp    XIII   to 
Schedule  A  i 

The  following  Supplement  XIII  to 
Schedule  A  is  issued  pursuant  to  Con- 
servation  Order  M-328B    S  3290.120a: 


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Item 

Sijcs 

I 

11 

No. 

prKTS 

pricT's 

1 

.~iiii«      iir     .-^l.!     Suits - 

lu<l<il.-r<>''     

1  to  4    . 

$4  7.=. 

$:  7: 

2 

Siii.w     (ir     .-^ki     Suit.'!— 

" 

K'.hiMrfii',-     . 

2  to6.\.. 

6.75 

10  75 

3 

SiKi'.v     nr     slii     Suits— 

iChildrcii'M      - 

^to8.... 

«.75 

10.  7,i 

4 

.<;ii.iw  (If  Pki  Suits 

7to  14  .. 

8.75 

12  7.1 

6 

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,-k!  I'aiit.-  Sit.-> -ri  Wi- 

lli, rb'i- 

1  to  4.... 

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e 

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Ski  F'anl.^  .-ns— iChil- 

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2to(.X.. 

8.7.' 

12.  7J 

*■ 
4 

LcKfiiip  Set.-  cir  Coat  sud 

1  ,0  - 

Ski  I'lillt^  Sets    _ 

3  lo^.--. 

8.73 

12,  .J 

8 

l.fjiiiiiic  Srt-cr  ("oat  and 

Ski  I'ttllt:^  S.-t5 

7  tu  14  .. 

10.00 

14.70 

6 

S(|>ar;iti'     Ski     I'aiils- 

iCtiildrcn'M    -. 

2  to  OX.. 

2.50 

3.7.1 

10 

.<i'|.>iriit>'     Ski     Panii— 

(('hildnn'';) 

.^  toS.   .. 

2.  .M 

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11 

1  Sciiarslr  Ski  I'ant.s   

7  to  14... 

3.25 

1    4. 73 

1 

FABRICS  AND  COMPOKENTS  FOB  CHILDREN  b  SNOV/ 
SUIT    PBOGEAM    NO.    2 

I.  M.lton    type    fleeces    or    napped    fabrics 

(woven),  19  to  26  ounces.      (54   inches 
to  60  inches  width) ,  25  percent  or  more 
of  wool  by  weight. 
2    Knitted  fleeces  or  knitted  napped  fabrics. 
(64  Inches  to  60  Inches  width  i . 

3.  Rayon   taffeta   or  twill,  for  coat    linings 

only  In  legging  sets. 

4.  Broad    woven    cotton    flannel    In    plaids, 

stripes  and  plain  shades 
6    Soft  filled  sheeting  for  interlining  to  be 

used  with  rayon  linings  only. 
B.  Wristlets   and   anklets   for    items    1.2    3 

and  4. 

7.  Anklets  only  for  Items  5  to  11  inclusive, 

If  needed. 

8.  Two   zippers   for   each   legging   set.   snow 

or  ski  suit.  Zippers  to  be  used  only  at 
the  anklets  of  the  leggings  or  ski  pant  =  . 
(5  Inches  through  9  Inches  Inclusive  t. 

9.  \     yard    buckram    or    canvas    lor    each 

garment. 
10.    '4    inch   or   »ir,   Inch   of   =:17   unbleached 
tape  not  more  than  2  yards. 

II.  »4-inch  bla?  binding  for  bottoms  of  coats 

of  legging  set  or  coat  and  ski  pants  If 
made  as  open  bottoms  up  to  I'j  yards 
per  garment. 
12.  1 4 -inch  elastic  for  belt  of  ski  pants  or 
leggings.  Not  more  than  8  Inches  per 
garment. 

FILINC  or  APPLICATIONS  AND  STANDARDS  FOR 
PROCESSING    THZM 

(a)  Application  on  Form  WPB-3732  (set 
forth  separately  and  Identify  In  column  (f) 
of  Form;  (1),  1944  production  on  your  fa- 
cilities for  your  own  account;  (2),  1944  pro- 


duction on  your  facilities  for  the  account  of 
others;  (3).  1944  production  ol  oUierF  for 
your  account) . 

(b)  Application  must  be  filed  en  01  be- 
fore April  15.  1945 

(C)  These  Items  will  be  required  to  be 
produced  during  the  second  third  and  fourth 
quarters  of  1945  In  as  near  equnl  installments 
as  deliveries  of  the  fabric   will  permit 

(d)  Applications  will  be  considerrd  only 
for  the  fabrics  and  components  specified 
above.  Applications  calling  for  other  fabrics 
or  ccmpoiient^  will  be  d:-nird 

(e)  Applicants  should  tase  iheir  e?tim;upd 
production  on  their  pre.^en:  Icbor  and  m:i- 
(hmery.  If  the  quantity  apolied  for  is 
greater  than  that  produced  m  i;-'14.  a  svaie- 
mcnt  must  be  snbin:ntd  deJcr;iMng  facilities 
which  are  available  now  and  v  ere  not  u'-ed 
for  this  purpose  in  1944. 

(f|  Priorities  asnistance  wil!  be  granted  to 
the  extent  of  60  percent  of  the  fabric  avail- 
able for  this  program  to  persons  picducing 
these  items  at  or  below  price:-  ind.cateci  m 
Table  I  above,  and  the  remaining  40  percent 
will  be  allocated  to  tho^e  prcduouig  Lh-is: 
items  in  prices  at  or  below  tlio.se  indicated 
in  Table  II  above.  This  does  not.  of  cour.se. 
authorize  any  person  to  exceed  his  OPA  c?il- 
mg  price  for  any  Item  in  this  program 
I  For  example:  Item  ill.  Snow  Suits  o-  Sk: 
Suits  (Toddlers'),  sizes  1  to  4  at  least  60 
percent  will  be  allccaird  to  persons  produc- 
ing at  $4.75  or  below  snd  the  remaininp  40 
percent  will  be  allocated  to  those  iiie)duclng 
from  $4  76  up  to  and  includmp  $7  75i. 

(g)  Applicants  when  filmp  F(  m  WPB  3732 
must  provide  the  following  information: 

(1 1  The  Item  he  wishes  to  produce,  such 
as  snow  or  ski  suit.  let.pmg  sei  or  coat  and 
tkl  pants  set.  or  ski  pants.  AI.'o  identify  the 
item,  by  number— fcr  example  snow  or  ski 
suit  In" size  range  1  to  4  Is  :rl— leggings  set 
or  coat  and  ski  pants  set  in  size  range  1  to 
4  Is  r:5.  etc. 

(2)  The    size   range 

(3)  Price  at  which  sold. 

(4)  Quantity  in  units  of  each  item  In  esch 
size  range  and  In  each  price  range. 

(5)  Tvpe  of  materials  used  isuch  as  melton 
type  woven  fleece  or  knit  back  fleeces  t.  In 
addition  to  the  information  enumerated 
herein  all  other  questions  required  by  Form 
WPB-3732    must    be    answered. 

(h)  Each  applicant  who  produced  during 
the  base  period  (1944i  items  listed  In  this 
program,  must  In  producing  such  items  from 
materials  obtained  with  a  rating  under  this 
program,  meet  the  same  sprclflcations.  in- 
cluding standards  of  quality,  workmanship, 
inspection,  pressing,  folding,  and  all  other 
operations  pertinent  to  the  preparation  of  the 
completed  garments  for  market  ir^,  used  by 
the  applicant  In  producing  such  items  sold 
at  the  same  or  nearest  higher  prict-  during 
the  year  1944. 

(i)  Each  applicant  who  did  n<  t.  durmf:  the 
base  period,  produce  the  Items  lor  which  he 
makes  application,  ihall  file  with  his  applica- 
tion the  specifications  (including  the  pro- 
posed sales  price )  of  the  item  he  propose^  to 
manufacture  and,  If  required  by  the  WPB.  a 
saihple.  n  h.s  application  1-  granted,  the 
applicant  must  meet  the  spe cificutions  filed. 
These  fapccificr.ticns  sliall  inclue'e  but  not  be 
limited  to.  specifications  as  Xu  dimensions, 
type  of  fabric,  and  stitches  per  inch,  as  well  aa 
such  other  ebtentla!  pLdnts  as  may  msu.e  a 
quality  garment,  and  the  price  at  which  the 
applicant  proposed  to  seil  each  such  item. 

(J)  Each  applicant  must  include  a  state- 
ment under  "remarkE"  on  Fejrm  WPB-3732 
stating  which  of  the  prices  he  has  included 
m  columns  (d»  and  (e)  of  the  form  are 
approved  OPA  ceiling  price  If  any  of  the 
prices  included  in  columns  idi  and  (e)  aic. 
not  approved  OPA  prices,  an  explanation  of 
the  steps  taken  to  obtain  approved  OP.\ 
celling  prices  must  be  ineluded;  in  si;  h 
cases  priority  ftssisiauce   wiii  not   be   gi\eii 


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until  notice  of  approval  by  OP^  of  a  ceil- 
ing price  is  received  by  the  War  Production 
Board  from  the  upplicniit. 

Ik  I  Api.hcantfi  desiring  to  participate  In 
the  Chilclieu'a  Snow  Suit  Program  No.  2  who 
did  not  prixluce  such  items  during  1944  shall 
nut  sell  more  thai\  10  percent  of  the  quan- 
tity of  items  produced  with  priority  assist- 
ance granted  under  this  prciK'ram  to  any 
j.urchaser  Purchasers  who  are  subject  to 
common  contrnl  shall  be  deemed  a  single 
purchaser 

il)  Applic;itiiin  of  aiiv  person  able  to  prt- 
duce  the  particular  Items  In  this  program 
will  be  eniertainid 

(mi  If  the  applications  exceed  the  quan- 
tity of  production  of  a  particular  item  re- 
quired under  this  program,  grants  of  prior- 
ity assistance  will  be  apportioned  equitably 
on  the  basis  of  production  during  1944. 
However,  any  person  who  did  not  produce 
the  Item  ui  1944  and  who  wants  to  make 
It  or  whose  facilities  for  the  production  of 
the  Item  have  increased  since  1944  or  who 
wants  to  mcrciise  the  production  of  the 
Item  may  apply  for  priorities  assistance  un- 
der the  pro'^ram.  but  his  application  will 
not  be  entertained  unless  It  Is  accompanied 
by  a  signed  statement  setting  forth  the  fa- 
cilities or  increased  facilities  he  owns  or 
has  under  contract  for  his  exclusive  use  to 
priicuce  the  itemisi  applied  for  within  the 
program  period.  Where  facilities  or  in- 
creased facilities  are  available  because  of  a 
change  from  the  production  of  other  Items. 
hf  must  state  whether  production  will  be 
reduced  on  any  other  Items  and  specify  the 
Items  Such  applications  will  be  granted  on 
an  equitable  basis. 

(n»  Parngraplis  (d)  (It  and  (d)  (2)  of 
Con.servatlou  Order  M-328B  do  not  apply 
to  this  iirot^ram 

(o)  Appllcatiiin.s  which  do  not  provicie 
completely  and  accurately  the  information 
required  may  be  denied. 

I.^.siit  d  this  2d  day  of  April  1945. 

War  Production  Bo.'\rd, 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan, 

Recording  Secretary. 

|F.     U.    Doc.     45   5288:     Filed.     Apr.     3,     1945; 
11.53  a.  m  I 


Part  3290 — Textiles,  Clothing  and 
Leather 

[Consiivatum   Order  M-328B.  Supp.   XIV   to 
Schedule  A] 

The  following  Supplemont  XIV  to 
Schedule  A  is  issued  pursuant  to  Con- 
servation  Order  M-328B    (§  3290.120a)  : 

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Typt-s  of  material 

1  Mackinaw  cloths"  means;  woven  mel- 
tons and  melinn  type  and  fleece  fabrics  of 
all  widtlis  weighing  '26  oz.  and  over  per  linear 


yard  on  a  56-lnch  width  basis;  and  slmilEu: 
fabrics  (of  equivalent  weigh te)  suitable  for 
men's  and  boys'  utility  Jackets  and  maclt- 
InawB.  Including  all  fabrics  of  the  kind  re- 
ported by  each  woolen  fabric  manufacturer 
for  any  calendar  quarter  of  1944  on  Perm 
WPB-1420  on  line  38  0  entitled  "Melton, 
Mackinaw  Jacket"  and  similar  cloths  weigh- 
ing 26  oz.  and  over,  or  on  line  36.5  under 
women's  and  children's  top  fabrics  weighing 
20  oz.  and  over.  It  Includes  only  woven 
fabrics  containing  25  percent  or  more  by 
weight  of  wool  fibre. 
2.  "Ltnings: 

Body  lining  In  cotton  plaids  and  napped 

fabrics  lor  Items  2  and  3,  only; 
Sleeve  and  pocket  flap  lining.  3  leaf  twill.-, 

for  Items  1.  2  and  3.  only; 
Pccket   lining.  Class   "B".  40  Inch— 48  x 
40-3.75     sheeting,     for     all     Items.     1 
through  6  Inclusive." 
3    Scpiuating    type    slide    fasteners    to    be 
used  on  coasack  Jackets  only. 

Application  on  Form  WPB-3732  (set  forth 
separately  and  Identify  in  column  (f)  of 
form:  (1),  1944  production  on  your  facilities 
for  your  own  account;  (2».  1944  production 
on  your  facilities  for  the  account  of  others; 
(3),  1944  production  by  others  for  your  ac- 
count ) . 

Filing  date:  April  18.  1945. 

(a)  Tliese  items  must  be  produced  durin? 
the  second,  third  and  fourth  calendar  quar- 
ters of  1945  in  as  near  equal  proportions  as 
deliveries  of  the  fabric  will  permit. 

(b)  Priority  assistance  will  be  given  only 
for  the  materlaLs  specified  above.  Applica- 
tions requesting  other  fabrics  will  be  denied. 

(c)  Priority  assistance  will  be  granted  to 
the  extent  of  60  percent  of  the  fabric  avail- 
able for  this  program  to  persons  producing 
these  Items  at  or  below  prices  Indicated  In 
Table  I  above,  and  the  remaining  40  percent 
will  be  allocated  to  those  producing  these 
Items  in  prices  at  or  below  those  Indicated 
in  Table  II  above.  This  does  not,  of  cour.<;e. 
authorize  any  person  to  exceed  his  OPA  ceil- 
ing price  for  any  item  in  this  program.  (For 
example:  Item  (1)  men's  macklnaws  and 
pea  coats,  sizes  34—48.  at  least  60  percent  will 
be  allocated  to  persons  producing  at  $9  00  or 
below,  and  the  remaining  40  percent  will  be 
allocated  to  those  producing  from  $9.01  up  to 
and  including  »12.60.) 

(d»  Applicants  must  base  their  estimated 
production  on  their  present  labor  and  ma- 
chinery. If  the  quantity  applied  for  is 
greater  than  that  produced  in  1944,  a  state- 
ment must  be  submitted  describing  the  fa- 
cilities that  are  available  now  and  were  not 
used  for  this  purpose  In  1944. 

(e)  Applicants  must  provide  the  following 
Information  on  Form  WPB-3732: 

(1)  The  Item  he  wishes  to  produce,  (such 
as  men's  macklnaws  and  pea  coate)  Identified 
by  the  Item  number;  for  example,  men's 
macklnaws  and  pea  coats  In  size  range  34  to 
48  Is  Item  No.  1;  men's  cossack  Jackets  In 
size  range  34  to  48  Is  Item  No.  4,  etc. 

(2)  Size  range. 

(3)  The  price  at  which  sold. 

(4)  Quantity  in  units  of  each  item  In  each 
size  range  and  In  each  price  range. 

(5)  Type  of  material  used  (such  as  mack- 
Inaw  cloth,  melton  type  or  similar  fabrics). 
In  addition  to  the  Information  enumerated 
herein,  all  other  questions  required  on  Form 
WPB-3732  must  be  observed. 

(f)  Each  applicant  who  produced  during 
the  base  period  (1944)  items  listed  In  this 
program,  must  In  prodticing  such  Items  from 
materials  obtained  with  a  rating  under  this 
program,  meet  the  same  specifications.  In- 
cluding standards  of  quality,  workmanship. 
Inspection,  pressing,  folding,  and  all  other 
operations  pertinent  to  the  preparation  of 
the  completed  garments  for  marketing,  used 
by  the  applicant  In  producing  such  Items 
sold  at  the  same  or  nearest  higher  price  dur- 
ing the  year  1944. 

(g)  Each  applicant  who  did  not,  during 
the  base  period,  produce  the  Item*  for  which 


he  makes  application,  shall  file  with  his  ap- 
plication the  specifications  (Including  the 
proposed  sales  price)  of  the  Item  he  pro- 
poses to  manufacture  and.  If  required  by 
the  WPB.  a  sample.  If  his  application  Is 
granted,  the  applicant  must  meet  the  spec- 
ifications filed.  These  specifications  shall 
include,  but  not  be  limited  to,  specifications 
as  to  dimensions,  type  of  fabric,  and  stitches 
per  Inch,  as  well  as  Euch  other  essential 
points  as  may  Insure  a  quality  garment,  and 
the  price  at  which  the  applicant  proposes 
to  sell   each  such   Item. 

(h)  Each  applicant  must  Include  a  state- 
ment under  "remarks"  on  Form  WPB-3732 
stating  which  of  the  prices  he  has  Included 
m  columns  (d)  and  (e)  of  the  form  are 
approved  OPA  ceiling  prices.  If  any  of  the 
prices  Included  in  columns  (d)  and  (e)  are 
not  approved  OPA  prices,  an  explanation  of 
the  steps  taken  to  obtain  approved  OPA  ceil- 
ing prices  must  be  Included;  In  such  cases 
priority  assistance  will  not  be  given  until  no- 
tice of  approval  by  OPA  of  a  celling  price  Is 
received  by  the  War  Production  Board  from 
the  applicant. 

(1)  Applicants  desiring  to  participate  In 
the  Mackinaw,  Pea  Coat  and  Cossack  Jacket 
Program  No.  1  who  did  not  produce  such 
items  during  1944  shall  not  sell  more  than 
ten  percent  of  the  quantity  of  items  produced 
with  priority  assistance  granted  under  this 
program  to  any  purchaser.  Purchasers  who 
are  subject  to  common  control  shall  be 
deemed  a  single  purchaser. 

(J)  Applications'  of  any  person  able  to  pro- 
duce the  particular  items  in  this  program 
will  be  entertained. 

(k)  If  the  apphcatlons  exceed  the  quantity 
of  production  of  a  particular  item  required 
under  this  program,  grants  of  priority  assist- 
ance will  be  apportioned  equitably  on  the 
basis  of  production  during  1944.  However, 
any  person  who  did  not  produce  the  Item  in 
1944  and  who  wants  to  make  It  or  whot^e 
facilities  for  the  production  of  the  Item  have 
Increased  since  1944  or  who  wants  to  Increase 
the  production  of  the  Item  may  apply  for 
priorities  as-slstance  under  the  program,  but 
his  application  will  not  be  entertained  unless 
It  Is  accompanied  by  a  signed  statement  set- 
ting forth  the  facilities  or  Increased  facilities 
he  owns  or  has  under  contract  for  his  exclu- 
sive use  to  produce  the  Item(B)  applied  for 
within  the  program  period.  Where  facilities 
or  Increased  facilities'  are  available  because  of 
a  change  from  the  production  of  other  items, 
he  must  state  whether  production  will  be 
reduced  on  any  other  Items  and  specify  the 
Items.  Such  applications  will  be  granted  on 
an  equitable  basis. 

(1)  Paragraphs  (d)  (1)  and  (d)  (2)  of  Con- 
servation Order  M-328B  do  not  apply  to  this 
program. 

(m)  Applications  which  do  not  provide 
completely  and  accurately  the  Information 
required  may  be  denied. 

Issued  this  2d  day  of  April  1945. 

War  Production  Board, 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan, 

Recording  Secretary. 

[F.    R     Doc.    45-5289;    Filed,    Apr.    2.    1945, 
11:53  a.  m  | 


Part  3290 — Textile,  Clothing  and 
Leather 

[General  Preference  Order  M-388. 
Direction  2] 

extension  of  TIME  TO   APRIL    15.    1945   FOR 
mandatory  acceptance  OF  AA— 4  ORDERS 

The  following  direction  is  Issued  pur- 
suant to  General  Preference  Order 
M-388: 

The  time  until  which  producers.  Intermerlf- 
at«  processors  or  importers  may  reject  AA  4 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  AprU  2,  1945 


a545 


rated  orders  for  delivery  In  May  and  June, 
1945  (as  explained  In  paragraph  (d)  of  M- 
388),  Is  extended  until  April  16,  1945.  Like- 
wise, the  reservation  of  set-asldes  and  rated 
delivery  quotas  for  1943  ctistomers  under 
paragraph  (d)  (2)  shall  continue  until  April 
15  with  respect  to  deliveries  to  be  made  in 
May  and  June. 

Issued  this  30th  day  of  March  1945. 

War  Production  Board, 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan, 

Recording  Secretary. 

IF    R.   Doc.   45-5170;   Piled,    Mar.   30,    1845; 
5:04  p.   m.J 


Part  3305 — Paperboard 
(Conservation  Order  M-378,  Direction  1) 

INCREASE  monthly  RESERVE  PRODUCTION  TO 
SO  PERCENT  COMMENCING  APRIL,    1945 

The  following  direction  is  issued  pur- 
suant to  Conservation  Order  M-378: 

Pursuant  to  the  provisions  of  paragraph 
(c)  of  Order  M-378,  the  designated  amount 
of  the  monthly  reserve  production,  com- 
mencing with  April,  1945,  shall  be  fifty  per- 
cent of  the  average  monthly  finished  pro- 
duction of  paperboard  which  each  manufac- 
turer reported  to  the  War  Production  Board 
on  Form  WPB-614  for  the  most  recent  three 
calendar  quarters. 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 
War  Production  Board, 
By  J.  Joseph  Whelan, 

Recording  Secretary. 

|F.    R.    Doc.    45-5231;    Filed,    Mar,    31,    1945; 
4:00  p.  m.| 


sumers  supplied  with  natural  gas  directly 
from  the  Panhandle  System,  including  such 
additional  requirements  as  may  hereafter  be 
authorized  by  the  War  Production  Board 
under  Utllltlea  Order  U-7:  Provided.  That 
the  total  amount  of  gas  delivered  here- 
under during  the  period  April  1,  1945,  to  Oc- 
tober 31,  1945,  shall  not  exceed  9  billion 
cubic  feet. 

(b)  Ohio  shall  accept  all  deliveries  tendered 
by  Panhandle  pursuant  to  the  provisions  of 
paragraph    (a)    above. 

(c)  Each  week  during  the  effective  period 
of  this  Directive,  Panhandle  shall  mall  to 
the  OfBce  of  War  Utilities  of  the  War  Pro- 
duction Board.  Washington,  D.  C  (Ref :  U-7) 
a  report  setting  forth: 

Deliveries  made  each  day  at  each  main 
delivery  point  to  Michigan  Consolidated  Gas 
Company,  Consiuners  Power  Company.  East 
Ohio  Gas  Company  and  Ohio. 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 
War  Production  Board, 
By  J.  Joseph'  Whelan, 

Recording  Secretary. 

[F.    R    Doc.   45-5192;    Piled.    Mar.    31,    1945; 
11:31  a.  m.] 


Part  4500 — Power,  Water,  Gas  and  Cen- 
tral Steam  (Natural  Gas> 
(Utilities  Order  U-7,  Special  Directive  C] 

Whereas,  upon  investigation,  it  has 
been  determined  that: 

(DA  critical  shortage  of  natural  gas 
exists  on  the  system  of  Ohio  Fuel  Gas 
Company  ("Ohio")  which  threatens  gas 
deliveries  to  war  producers  and  essential 
civilian  services  being  served  by  Ohio; 

(2)  Additional  supplies  of  natural  gas 
can  be  transmitted  into  the  system  of 
Ohio  through  the  facilities  of  the  Pan- 
handle Eastern  Pipe  Line  Company 
("Panhandle") ; 

(3)  Panhandle  will  have  available  dur- 
ing the  months  of  April  through  Octo- 
ber, 1945.  varying  amounts  of  gas  in 
excess  of  its  firm  commitments  to  othpr 
utility  systems  and  the  requirements  of 
its  own  consumers; 

(4)  Delivery  of  the  aforementioned 
excess  gas  by  Panhandle  to  Ohio  will  be 
in  the  public  interest  and  will  promote 
the  national  defense; 

Therefore,  it  is  ordered  and  directed 
pursuant  to  paragraphs  (b)  <3)  and  ib) 
(4)  of  Utilities  Order  U-7: 

(a)  Commencing  April  1,  1945.  and  con- 
tinuing until  October  31,  1945,  unless  other- 
wise ordered  by  the  War  Production  Board, 
Panhandle  shall  each  day  deliver  to  Ohio  all 
the  natural  gas  available  on  Its  system  over 
and  above  the  requlreanents  of  Its  utility 
customers  and  the  requirements  of  aU  con- 


Chapter  XI— Office  of  Price  Administration 
Part  1351— Pood  and  Food  Products 

(2d  RMPR  319] 

certain  bakery  products 
This  revised  regulation  supersedes  Re- 
vised Maximum  Price  Regulation  319  in- 
sofar as  it  establishes  maximum  prices 
for  the  sale  of  certain  bakery  products  as 
that  term  is  defined  herein. 

A  statement  of  the  considerations  in- 
volved in  the  issuance  of  this  revised  reg- 
ulation, issued  simultaneously  herewith, 
has  been  filed  with  the  Division  of  the 
Federal  Register. 

8ec. 

1  Applicability. 

2  Sales  at  other  than  maximum  prices. 

3  Definitions. 

4  Maximum   prices  of  producers   must   be 

calculated   and   reported. 
6    Maximum  prices  of  producers  who  made 
at  least  twenty-five  percent  of  their 
total  net  sales  to  retailers  during  base 
p3rlod. 

6  Maximum  prices  of  producers  who  sold  to 

ultimate  consumers,  and  made  less 
than  twenty-five  percent  of  their  total 
net  sales  to  retailers  during,  base  pe- 
riod. 

7  Maximum  prices  of  producers  who  sold  to 

wholesalers  and  routesellers  and  made 
less  than  twenty-flve  percent  of  their 
total  net  sales  to  retailers  dtu-lng  base 
period. 

8  Maximum  prices  of  producers  who  made 

no  sales  during  base  period. 

9  Maximum  prices  of  wholesalers,  routesell- 

ers and  retailers. 

10  Recalculation  and  reporting  of  maximum 

prices. 

11  Optional  method  of  recalculating  maxi- 

mum prices  on  sales  of  pies. 

12  Price  changes  may  be  reflected  in  unit 

weight  changes. 

13  Modification  of  maximum  prices. 

14  Maximum  prices  for  new  products. 

15  Additions  to  maximum  prices  for  wrap- 

ping and  packaging. 

16  Prices  to  ultimate  consumers  on  pack- 

aged items  must  be  shown. 


Sec. 

17  Posting  requirements  for  sales  at  retail. 

18  Notice  of  retailers  maximum  pruts. 

19  Records  and  lepcrts. 

20  Evasion. 

21  Licensing. 

22  Enforcement. 

23  Interpretat!oi.s,    prcte.^ls    and    petitions 

for  amcnament. 

24  Reasonable  tolerance  permitted. 

Appendix  A:  Bakery  products  covered  by 
this  regulation  and  appropriate  base  pentd 
for  calculating  maximum  prices. 

ATrrHORTTY:  S  1351  1901  issued  under  56St:.t. 
23.  765;  57  Stat.  566;  Pub.  Law  383.  VSth 
Cong.;  EO  9250.  7  TR.  7871;  E  O.  9328  8  F  R. 
4681. 

Section  1.  Applicability — (a)  Cmu- 
modities  covered  by  this  regulation.  This 
regulation  sets  up  rules  for  determininp 
maximum  prices  for  the  sale  of  certain 
bakery  products.  It  is  not  intended  to 
cover  every  item  which  might  be  con- 
sidered a  bakery  product,  but  is  limited 
to  pastries,  doughnuts,  sweet  yeast  raised 
goods,  pies,  fruit  cakes  and  all  other 
cakes  except  cookies.  It  continues  the 
pattern  laid  down  by  Maximum  Price 
Regulation  319  and  Revised  Maximum 
Price  Regulation  319  under  which  maxi- 
mum prices  for  these  products  have  here- 
tofore been  determined. 

(b)  Except  as  otherwise  provided  in 
paragraph  'c  •  of  this  section,  this  revised 
regulation  shall  apply  to  all  sales  of  com- 
modities covered  hereby  within  the  48 
states  and  the  District  of  Columbia. 

( c )  Exempt  sales.  <■  1  •  The  maximum 
prices  for  export  sales  shall  be  deter- 
mined in  accordance  Vith  the  provisions 
of  the  Second  Revised  Maximum  Export 
Price  Regulation  Issued  by  the  OEQce  of 
Price  Administration. 

(2)  Sales  or  deliveries  of  any  com- 
modity covered  by  this  regulation  to  the 
War  Department  or  the  Department  oi" 
the  Navy  of  the  United  States  shall  be 
exempt  from  this  regulation,  but  sales  or 
deliveries  of  any  such  commodity  to  post 
exchanges  or  ships'  stores  shall  be  subject 
to  this  regulation. 

(3)  Whenever  circumstances  of  emer- 
gency make  the  purchase  of  any  com- 
modity subject  to  this  regulation  by  the 
United  States  or  any  of  its  agencies  im- 
perative, and  it  is  impossible  to  secure  or 
unfair  to  require  immediate  delivery  at 
the  maximum  price  which  would  other- 
wise be  applicable,  such  purchases  and 
deliveries  may  be  made  pursuant  to  the 
provisions  of  section  4.3  'f)  of  Revised 
Supplementary  Regulation  No.  1  to  the 
General  Maximum  Price  Regulation,  a.^^ 
amended:  Provided,  hoioever.  That  the 
Administrator  may.  by  order,  waive  the 
reporting  of  any  part  of  the  information 
required  by  section  4.3  '1')  in  cormection 
with  a  particular  purchase  or  group  of 
purchases  upon  determining  that  such 
information  may  not  reasonably  be  re- 
quired under  all  the  circumstances,  and 
he  may,  in  lieu  thereof,  require  the  re- 
porting of  other  information  more  suit- 
able to  the  circumstances. 

(4)  On  sales  and  deliveries  of  any 
commodity  subject  to  this  regulation  to 
a  procurement  agency  of  the  United 
States  involving  extra  packing  expenses, 
the  seller  or  any  subcontractor  under 
the  seller's  contract  with  the  United 
States  may  add  to  the  maximum  prices 


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specified  herein  the  appropriate  amounts 
for  special  packing  as  provided  in  Re- 
vised Supplementary  Order  No.  34. 

Sec.  2.  Sales  at  other  tlian  maximmn 
prices,  tai  Regardless  of  any  contract 
or  obligalion.  no  per.son  shall  sell  or 
deliver,  and  no  per.■^on  .'^hall  in  the  course 
of  trade  or  bu.sincss  buy  or  receive,  any 
of  the  commodities  covered  by  this  regu- 
lation at  prices  above  the  maximum 
prices  e.stablished  by  this  repulation.  nor 
shall  any  per.son  a?;reo.  solicit,  offer  or 
attempt  to  do  any  of  the  foregoing. 

<b>  Prices  lower  than  the  maximum 
prices  e.stabli.^hed  by  thi.s  regulation  may, 
of  cour.-^e.  be  charged  or  paid. 

Sec.  3.  DcfirJtious.  When  used  in  this 
regulation,  (he  following  terms  shall  have 
the  following  meanings: 

(a»  "Person"  means  any  individual, 
corporation,  partnership,  association  or 
other  organized  group  of  persons,  or  the 
legal  successor  or  representatives  of  any 
of  the  forecoing.  and  includes  the  United 
States  or  any  agency  thereof,  any  other 
Government,  or  any  of  its  political  sub- 
divisions and  any  agency  of  any  of  the 
foregoing. 

<b'  "Producer"  means  with  respect  to 
any  lot  of  the  commodities  covered  by 
this  regulation  the  person  who  baked, 
manufactured,  produced  or  processed 
the  same  in  the  operation  of  a  produc- 
ing plant, 

(c  "Wholesaler"  means  with  respect 
to  any  lot  of  bakery  products  any  per- 
son, other  than  a  routeseller,  who  pur- 
chases a  commodity  covered  by  this 
regulation  for  resale  to  any  person  other 
than  an  ultimate  consumer. 

(d>  "Retailer"  means  with  respect  to 
any  lot  of  bakery  products  artV  person, 
other  than  a  routeseller,  who  purchases 
a  commodity  covered  by  this  regulation 
for  resale  to  ultimate  consumers.  It  in- 
cludes restaurants,  cafes,  cafeterias, 
hotels  and  all  other  eating  places  pur- 
chasing a  commodity  covered  by  this 
regulation  for  resale  or  distribution  to 
their  customers  and  all  institutions,  pub- 
lic or  private,  purchasing  the  same  for 
resale  or  distribution  to  their  customers 
or  inmates,  except  that  maximum  prices 
established  by  .section  9  hereof  shall  not 
apply  to  sales  by  eating  places  for  con- 
sumption on  the  premises. 

(e)  "Routf.seller"  means  with  respect 
to  any  lot  of  bakery  products  any  person 
who  purchases  a  commodity  covered  by 
this  regulation  for  resale  from  a  vehicle 
operated  by  him  over  a  rcEular  route. 

(fi  "Direct  labor  costs"  means  with 
respect  to  any  lot  of  bakery  products  the 
labor  co.->ts  involved  in  the  manufactur- 
ing, packing,  and  preparation  for  ship- 
ment, but  shall  not  include  the  labor 
involved  In  the  purchase  of  ingredients 
and  supplies,  plant  and  machinery  main- 
tenance, or  distribution,  selling,  adver- 
tising and  administrative  expenses. 
Direct  labor  costs  are  those  costs  per 
unit  of  the  commodity  to  be  priced  de- 
termined by  the  producer's  actual  costs 
thereof  as  reported  In  April  1943  but 
calculated  at  a  rate  not  higher  than  the 
highest  wage  rate  paid  by  him  in  March 
1942  for  each  class  of  labor  involved 
In  the  production  of  the  commodity.  If 
the  producer  employs  a  class  of  labor 
Included  in  "direct  labor  costs"  which 
ho  did  not  employ  during  March  1942, 


he  shall  take  the  highest  wage  rate  paid 
in  March  1942  by  a  producer  of  the  same 
or  a  comparable  commodity,  operating 
under  the  most  nearly  comparable  con- 
ditions, who  did  employ  that  class  of 
labor  during  March  1942. 

(g)  "Labor  costs  previously  reported" 
means  the  direct  labor  costs  which  were 
calculated  and  reported  in  April  1943 
under  Maximum  Price  Regulation  319 
based  on  the  highest  wage  rate  paid 
during  March  1942,  or  which  have  since 
been  reported  under  the  provisions  of 
Revised  Maximum  Price  Regulation  319 
or  this  regulation. 

(ht  "Cost  of  ingredients  and  packag- 
ing materials"  means  the  cost  of  in- 
gredients and  packaging  materials  to 
the'  producer,  not  exceeding  the  maxi- 
mum price  thereof,  when  purchased  at 
his  usual  source  of  supply  and  in  quanti- 
ties normally  purchased  by  him. 

<i)  "Markup"  means  the  markup  es- 
tablished on  the  particular  commodity 
in  question  for  a  sale  to  a  particular 
class  of  purcha.ser  pur.suant  to  the  pro- 
visions of  Maximum  Price  Regulation 
319.  Revised  Maximum  Price  Regulation 
319  or  this  regulation. 

(j)  "Bakery  products"  means  pa.=^- 
tries.  doughnuts,  sweet  yeast  raised 
goods,  pies,  fruit  cakes  and  all  other 
cakes  except  cookies. 

Sec.  4.  Maximum  prices  of  producers 
must  be  calculated  and  reported.  If  you 
are  a  producer  making  any  bakery 
product  covered  by  this  regulation,  you 
cannot  sell  such  commodity  until  you 
have  calculated  and  reported  your  maxi- 
mum price  to  the  Office  of  Price  Admin- 
istration. If  you  have  previously  filed 
such  report  under  Revised  Maximum 
Price  Regulation  319.  or  if  you  are  the 
transferee  of  a  bakery  plant  and  your 
transferor  has  filed  such  report,  it  shall 
satisfy  the  requirements  of  this  regula- 
tion until  a  further  report  is  required  to 
be  made. 

Sec.  5.  Maximum  prices  of  producers 
who  made  at  least  twenty-five  percent  of 
their  total  net  sales  to  retailers  durinq 
base  period.  If  you  are  a  producer  of 
bakery  products  and  made  at  least 
twenty-five  percent  of  your  total  net  .sales 
of  such  products  to  retailers  during  the 
applicable  base  period  referred  to  in  Ap- 
pendix A,  you  have  already  calculated 
and  reported  your  maximum  prices  for 
such  sales  under  Revi-sed  Maximum  Price 
Regulation  319.  This  regulation  con- 
tinues such  maximum  prices  without 
change,  .subject  to  recalculation  as  pro- 
vided in  section  10  of  this  regulation. 

ia>  On  sales  to  ultimate  consumers. 
Your  maximum  price  on  sales  of  bakery 
products  to  ultimate  consumers  shall  be 
the  maximum  price  which  you  were  last 
required  to  report  for  your  sales  to  re- 
tailers, multiplied  by  one  hundred 
twenty-five  (125i  percent. 

(b'  On  sales  to  wholesalers  and  route- 
sellers.  Your  maximum  price  on  sales 
of  bakery  products  to  wholesalers  and 
routesellers  shall  be  the  maximum  price 
which  you  were  last  required  to  report 
for  your  sales  to  retailers,  less  twenty 
(20)  percent. 

Sec.  6.  Maximum  prices  of  producers 
who  sold  to  ultimate  consumers,  and 
made  less  than  twenty -Ave  percent  of 


their  total  net  sales  to  retailers  during 
base  period.  If  you  are  a  producer 
of  bakery  products  and  sold  such  prod- 
ucts to  ultimate  consumers  and  made  le^s 
than  twenty-five  percent  of  your  total  net 
sales  of  such  products  to  retailers  during 
the  applicable  base  period  referred  to  in 
Appendix  A,  you  have  already  calculated 
and  reported  your  maximum  prices  for 
such  sales  under  Revised  Maximum  Price 
Regulation  319.  This  regulatiton  con- 
tinues such  maximum  prices  without 
change,  subject  to  recalculation  as  pro- 
vided in  section  10  of  this  regulation. 

(a»  On  sales  to  retailers.  Your  maxi- 
mum price  on  sales  of  bakery  products  to 
retailers  shall  be  the  maximum  price 
which  you  were  la.st  required  to  report  for 
your  .'=ales  to  ultimate  consumers,  less 
twenty  <20»  percent. 

(bi  On  sales  to  wholesalers  and  route- 
sellers.  Your  maximum  price  on  sales 
of  bakery  products  to  wholesalers  and 
routesellers  shall  be  the  maxi-ium  price 
which  you  were  last  required  to  report 
for  your  sales  co  ultimate  consumers,  less 
thirty-six   i36i  percent. 

Sec  7.  Maxiniuin  prices  of  producer. <; 
who  sold  to  wholesalers  and  routeseller.^ 
and  made  less  than  twenty-five  percent 
of  their  total  net  sales  to  retailers  durinn 
base  period.  If  you  are  a  producer  of 
bakery  products  and  sold  such  products 
to  wholesalers  and  routesellers  and  made 
less  than  twenty-five  percent  of  your 
total  net  sales  to  retailers  during  the  ap- 
plicable base  period  referred  to  in  Ap- 
pendix A,  you  have  already  calculated 
your  maximum  prices  for  such  sales  un- 
der Revised  Maximum  Price  Regulation 
319.  This  regulation  continues  such 
maximum  prices  without  change,  sub- 
ject to  recalculation  as  provided  in  sec- 
tion 10  of  this  regulation. 

(a)  On  sales  to  retailers.  Your  maxi- 
mum price  on  sales  of  bakery  products 
to  retailers  shall  be  the  maximum  price 
which  you  were  last  required  to  report 
for  your  sales  to  wholesalers  and  route- 
sellers  multiplied  by  one  hundred  twenty- 
five  (1251  percent. 

(b>  On  sales  to  ultimate  consumers. 
Your  maximum  price  on  sales  of  bakery 
products  to  ultimate  consumers  shall  be 
the  maximum  price  which  you  were  last 
required  to  report  for  your  sales  to  whole- 
salers and  routesellers.  multiplied  by  one 
hundred  fifty-six  <156i   percent. 

Sec.  8.  Maximum  price.f  of  producers 
who  made  no  sales  durinq  base  period. 
If  you  are  a  producer  of  bakery  products 
and  made  no  sales  of  such  products  dur- 
ing the  base  period,  you  will  not  be  able 
to  classify  yourself  for  the  purpose  of  de- 
termining, recalculating  and  reporting 
your  maximum  prices  under  this  regu- 
lation because  you  will  not  have  had  any 
"total  net  sales  during  the  base  period  '. 
In  such  case,  and  for  the  above  purposes, 
you  shall  substitute  your  'total  net  sales 
during  your  first  month  of  operations" 
for  "total  net  sales  during  the  base  pe- 
riod" wherever  the  latter  is  specified  in 
any  provision  of  this  regulation. 

Sec.  9.  Maximum  prices  of  wholesal- 
ers, routesellers  and  retailers.  The 
maximum  prices  of  wholesalers,  route- 
sellers  and  retailers  of  bakery  products 
shall  be  the  maximum  prices  which  their 
producers  could  charge  for  a  sale  to  the 


same  class  of  purchaser,  except  that  in 
"ihe  case  of  fruit  cake  the  wholesaler  or 
n  tailer  may  add  the  actual  transporta- 
tion cost  incurred  by  him  to  such  maxi- 
mum price  if  he  purchased  such  fr\iit 
rake  f.  o.  b.  the  producer's  plant  and  the 
producer's  .markup  during  the  base 
p.riod  did  not  include  the  cost  of 
delivery. 

Sec  10.  Recalculation  and  reporting 
ni  maximum  prices— (a)  Recalculation. 
If  you  are  a  producer  of  bakery  products 
covered  by  this  regxilation,  you  must 
recalculate  your  maximum  prices  for  the 
sale  of  such  products  during  the  months 
of  April  and  October  of  each  year  in  the 
following  manner: 

( 1 1  Producers  who  made  at  lea.<<t  twen- 
fU-five  percent  of  their  tbtal  net  sales  to 
retailers  during  base  period.  If  you 
rr.ade  at  least  twenty -five  percent  of  your 
toial  net  sales  to  retailers  during  the  base 
period,  you  shall  first  reflgure  your  maxi- 
mum prices  on  sales  of  bakery  products 
to  retailers  by  taking  the  ingredient  and 
packaging  cost  per  unit  at  the  time  of 
<-i:ch  recalculation,  and  adding  to  this 
fiirure,  the  direct  labor  costs  and  markup 
pr.  vio'usly  reported  by  you.  If  the  re- 
sulting figure  is  lower  than  the  price  last 
r- ix)rted  by  you,  you  must  report  this 
P'-alculated  price  as  your  maximum 
price.  If  the  resulting  figure  is  equal  to 
or  higher  than  the  maximum  price  you 
1.1-^t  reported,  you  need  not  report  such 
recalculated  figure  if  you  are  going  to 
continue  to  use  the  same  maximum  price 
previously  reported  by  you.  If  you  de- 
sire to  establish  such  higher  price  as 
ynur  maximum  price,  you  must  report  it 
as  your  new  maximum  price. 

In  order  to  figure  your  maximum 
pnre^  on  your  sales  to  wholesalers,  route- 
.-^eilers  and  ultimate  consumers,  you  ap- 
ply the  same  markups  and  discounts  to 
your  maximum  price  on  sales  to  retailers 
v.hich  you  used  in  paragraphs  (a)  and 
I  b  1  of  section  5. 

i2)   Producers   who   sold   to    ultimate 
consumers,  and  made  less  than  twenty- 
fire  percent  of  their  total  net  sales  to 
retailers  during  base  period.    If  you  sold 
to  ultimate   consumers   and   made   less 
than  twenty-five  percent  of  your  total 
net  sales  to  retailers  during  the  base  pe- 
riod, you  shall  first  reflgure  your  maxi- 
mum prices  on  sales  of  bakery  products 
to  ultimate  consumers  by  taking  the  in- 
gredient and  packaging  cost  per  unit  at 
the  time  of  such  recalculation  and  add- 
ing to  this  figure,  the  direct  labor  costs 
:nd  markup  previously  reported  by  you. 
If  the  resulting  figure  is  lower  than  the 
price  last  reported  by  you.  you  must  re- 
port this  recalculated  price  as  your  max- 
imum price.     If  the  resulting  figure  is 
equal  to  or  higher  than  the  maximum 
price  you  last  reported,  you  need  not  re- 
report  such  recalculated  figure  If  you  are 
going  to  continue  to  use  the  same  maxi- 
mum price  previously  reported  by  you. 
If  you  desire  to  establish  such  higher 
price  as  your  maximum  price,  you  must 
report  it  as  your  new  maximum  price. 

In  order  to  figure  your  maximum  prices 
on  your  sales  to  wholesalers,  routesellers 
and  retailers,  you  apply  the  same  dis- 
eounts  to  your  maximum  price  on  sales 
to  ultimate  consumers  which  you  used 
In  paragraphs  (a)  and  (b)  of  section  6. 
No 


(3)  Producers  who  sold  to  whx)lesalera 
and  routesellers  and   made   less   than 
twenty-five  percent  of  their  total  net 
sales  to  retailers  during  base  period.    If 
you  sold  to  wholesalers  and  routesellers 
and  made  less  than  twenty-five  percent 
of  your  total  net  sales  to  retailers  during 
the  base  period,  you  shall  first  refigure 
your  maximum  prices  on  sales  of  bakery 
products  to  wholesalers  and  routesellers 
by  taking  the  ingredient  and  packaging 
cost  per  unit  at  the  time  of  such  recalcu- 
lation and  adding  to  this  figure,  the  di- 
rect labor  costs  and  markup  previously 
reported  by  you.    If  the  resulting  figure 
Is  lower  than  the  price  last  reported  by 
you,  you  must  report  this  recalculated 
price  as  your  maximum  price.     If  the 
resulting  figure  is  equal  to  or  higher  than 
the  maximum  price  you  last  reported, 
you  need  not  report  such  recalculated 
figure  if   you  are  going  to  continue  to 
use  the  same  maximum  price  previously 
reported  by  you.    If  you  desire  to  estab- 
lish such  higher  price  as  your  maximum 
price,  you  must  report  it  as  your    new 
maximum  price. 

In  order  to  figure  your  maximum  prices 
on  your  sales  to  ultimate  consumers  and 
retailers,  you  apply  the  same  markups  to 
your  maximum  price  on  sales  to  whole- 
salers and  routesellers  which  you  used 
in  paragraphs  (a'  and  (b)  of  section  7. 
(b)  Reporting.  After  you  have  recal- 
culated your  maximum  prices  as  provided 
In  paragraph  (a)  above,  you  shall  file 
such  prices  with  the  appropriate  office 
of  the  Office  of  Price  Administration  as 
indicated  below  within  ten  days  after 
the  expiration  of  the  specified  month  for 
which  such  prices  are  recalculated: 

(1)  If  you  sold  to  ultimate  consumers 
and  made  less  than  twenty-five  percent 
of  your  total  net  sales  to  retailers  during 
the  base  period,  you  must  report  your 
maximum  prices  for  sales  to  ultimate 
consumers  on  OPA  FORM  NO.  634-2248 
to  the  district  office  of  the  Office  of 
Price  Administration  for  the  district  in 
which  you  produced  such  product. 

(2»  If  you  ^old  to  any  other  class  of 
purchaser  during  the  base  period,  you 
mu.^t  report  your  maximum  prices  for 
sales  to  retailers  or  wholesalers  and 
routesellers  on  such  form  to  the  Office 
of  Price  Administration  at  Washington, 
D.  C.  If  you  sold  to  ultimate  consumers 
In  addition  to  retailers,  wholesalers  or 
routesellers,  you  must  file  such  report 
In  duplicate  with  the  Office  of  Price  Ad- 
ministration at  Washington,  D.  C. 

(c)  Determination  of  direct  labor 
costs  and  markup  when  unknown  to 
producer.  If  you  are  unable  to  de- 
termine you  direct  labor  costs  or  mark- 
up for  any  product  separately  during  the 
the  applicable  base  period  set  forth  in 
Appendix  A,  or  if  you  did  not  manu- 
facture such  product  during  the  base 
period,  you  may  use  a  combined  figure 
for  both  your  direct  labor  costs  and 
markup.  To  determine  this  flgiu-e  for  a 
product  which  you  produced  during  the 
base  period,  you  must  subtract  the  aver- 
age ingredient  and  packaging  costs  from 
the  price   which  you  charged  for   the 


'Copies  may  be  obtained  at  any  District 
Office  of  tbe  Office  of  Price  Administration 
or  they  may  be  reproduced. 


product  during  the  base  period.  For 
a  product  which  you  did  not  manu- 
facture during  the  base  period,  you  must 
subtract  the  ingredient  and  packaging 
costs  from  the  maximum  price  first  es- 
tablished for  the  sale  of  such  product. 
In  either  case  the  resulting  figure  may  be 
used  by  you  in  place  of  your  direct  labor 
costs  and  markup  under  this  section  and 
under  section  11. 

(d)  Adjustments  of  fraction  of  a 
cent.  If  the  figure  resulting  from  the 
calculation  of  any  maximum  price  con- 
tains a  fraction  of  one-half  cent  or 
more,  it  shall  be  adjusted  to  the  next 
higher  cent  and  if  it  contains  a  fraction 
of  less  than  one-half  cent,  it  shall  be 
adjusted  to  the  next  lower  cent. 

Sec  11.  Optional  method  of  recalcu- 
lating maximum  prices  on  sales  of  pics. 
If  you  are  a  producer  of  pics.  y£>u  may 
recalculate    maximum    prices    on    indi- 
vidual varieties  or  you  may  recalculate 
one  price  for  all  varieties  of  a  given  .size. 
To  determine  one  price  for  all  varieties 
of    a   given   size,   you    must    figure   the 
weighted  average  markup  for  pies  of  this 
size  during  the  base  period,  tc  which  you 
shall  add  the  average  cost  of  ingredients 
and  packaging  materials  as  of  the  time 
of  recalculation,  by  weighting  the  cost  of 
ingredients  and  packaging  materipls  of 
each  individual  variety  of  that  size  by 
the  volume  of  that  variety  and  size  pro- 
duced by  you  during  the  six  months  prior 
to   such   time   of   calculation,   plus   the 
weighted  average  of  the  direct  labor  costs 
last  reported  by  you.    If  you  choose  to 
recalculate  your  prices  by  this  method, 
you  must  include  all  varieties  produced 
in  the  particular  size. 

You  must  report  yovu-  maximum  price 
on  your  sales  of  pies  to  the  appropriate 
office  in  accordance  with  the  provisions 
of  section  10  (b). 

Sec.  12.  Price  changes  may  be  re- 
flected in  unit  weight  changes,  'a^  If 
you  are  a  producer  and  are  required  to 
decrease  or  desire  to  increase  your  maxi- 
mum prices  as  determined  under  sec- 
tion 10  or  11,  you  may  instead  make 
changes  in  package  or  unit  net  weight 
to  reflect  the  change  in  maximum  price 
by  dividing  your  existing  maximum  price 
per  unit  of  the  commodity  by  your  maxi- 
mum price  as  recalculated  and  then  mul- 
tiply the  existing  package  or  unit  net 
weight  of  the  commodity  by  the  per- 
centage so  determined.  The  resulting 
figure  shall  be  the  new  package  or  unit 
net  weight  for  sales  at  the  maximum 
price  prevailing  prior  to  the  recalcula- 
tion in  question.  Such  package  or  unit 
net  weight  changes  together  with  the  ap- 
plicable maximum  prices  must  be  re- 
ported to  the  Office  of  Price  Administra- 
tion as  provided  In  section  10  ib'. 

(b)  If  you  are  a  producer  and  you  de- 
sire to  increase  the  weight  of  a  product 
and  sell  it  at  a  specified  higher  price, 
you  may  increase  the  weight  of  the  prod- 
uct so  that  the  cost  of  ingredients  and 
packaging  materials  in  the  enlarged 
product  plus  the  markup  and  direct  labor 
costs  previously  reported  for  the  original 
Item  equal  the  desired  maximum  price. 
You  must  report  such  changes  to  the 
Office  of  Price  Administration  as  pro- 
vided in  section  10  (b.'. 


3.-)48 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


3^9 


Sec.  13.  Modification  of  maximum 
prwes.  Whenever  a  maximum  price 
calculated  and  reported  under  this  regu- 
hition  IS  apparently  based  upon  a  miscal- 
cuhition  or  appears  to  be  excessive,  the 
OtTlce  of  Price  Administration  may  re- 
quire the  fihnR  of  data  supporting  the 
price  as  calculated  and  reported. 

If  th.e  supporting  data  does  not  sub- 
ptanfuile  the  price  as  calculated  and 
reported  the  Office  of  Price  Administra- 
tion may  establish  such  maximum  price 
as  is  justified  by  the  data  submitted,  or 
If  insufficient  data  is  submitted,  it  may 
establish  a  maximum  price  consistent 
with  the  maximum  prices  for  similar 
prnducls  produced  by  other  sellers  of  the 
.same  class.  Whenever  the  Office  of 
Price  .'Administration  disapproves  a  max- 
imum price  as  calculated  and  reported 
and  establishes  a  difTerent  maximum 
price,  it  shall  notify  the  producer  in 
writing  of  the  maximum  price  estab- 
lished for  the  sale  of  such  product,  and 
the  producer  shall  not  thereafter  .sell 
such  product  at  a  higher  price. 

Sec.  14.  Maxnaiim  prices  for  ?}CW 
products.  U  you  desire  to  produce  a 
bakery  product  not  previously  manufac- 
tured by  you.  you  must  calculate  and 
report  your  maximum  price  for  sales  of 
such  product  to  the  appropriate  office  of 
the  Office  of  Price  Administration  speci- 
fied in  .section  10  before  making  any 
sales  thereof. 

<ai  Your  maximum  price  for  such 
product  shall  be  your  cost  of  ingredients 
and  packaging  materials  at  the  time  of 

calculation,  plus  your  direct  labor  co.sts 

and  markup  as  computed  for  a  similar 
commodity  produced  by  you.  For  the 
purposes  of  this  section  a  ••similar  com- 
modity" is  a  commodity  which  has  d) 
substantially  the  same  co.st  at  the  time 
of  determination.  *2>  is  made  from  the 
same  basic  type  of  dough  or  batter  and 
(  3  »  has  the  same  weight  when  completely 
finished  and  ready  for  wrapping  or  when 
ready  for  sale  if  sold  unwrapped.  In  the 
case  of  pies,  the  similar  commodity  must 
have  the  same  kind  of  filler:  or 

(b'  If  you  arc  unable  to  determine  a 
maximum  price  in  such  manner,  you  may 
take  the  cost  of  Ingredients  and  pack- 
aging' materials  at  the  time  of  calcula- 
tion and  add  thereto  your  direct  labor 
costs  and  markup  on  the  product  pro- 
duced by  you  having  a  greater  weight  but 
having  the  same  form,  ba.sic  type  of 
dough  or  batter,  and  icing,  filling  or  top- 
ping characteristics,  adjusted  downward 
in  accordance  with  the  ratio  of  the  weight 
of  the  new  product  to  the  weight  of  the 
old  product;  or 

<ci  If  you  cannot  establish  a  maxi- 
mum price  under  subparagraphs  (a)  or 
>  b  1  abov  e.  you  shall  apply  to  the  regional 
offict>  of  the  Office  of  Price  Administra- 
tion for  the  region  in  which  you  produce 
such  product,  for  a  maximum  price 
therefor.  Such  application  shall  set  forth 
(li  the  reason  why  you  are  unable  to 
establish  a  maximum  price  under  the 
foregoing  provisions  of  this  .section.  (2)  a 
detailed  description  of  the  product.  In- 
cluding the  brand  name,  if  any,  (3»  an 
itemized  breakdown  showing  the  cost  of 
each  ingredient  and  packaging  material 


of  the  new  product.  (4)  If  you  produce 
comparable  products  an  itemized  break- 
down for  your  most  nearly  comparable 
product,  and  (5)  the  specific  price  desired 
for  each  producing  plant  for  sales  to  each 
type  of  purcha.ser.  f.  o.  b.  your  producing 
plant  and  delivered.  The  Regional  Ad- 
ministrator for  such  region  shall  approve 
or  disapprove  said  maximum  price  and. 
in  th»»  event  of  a  disapproval,  he  shall 
proceed  to  determine  a  rea.sonable  maxi- 
mum price  for  such  sale. 

Sec  15.  Additions  to  maximum  prices 
for  urapping  or  packing.  If  you  are  a 
wholesaler,  retailer  or  routeseller  and  re- 
ceive any  bakery  product  unwrapped  or 
unpackaged.  you  may  add  to  your  maxi- 
mum price  of  such  product  the  cost,  not 
to  exceed  the  maximum  price  thereof,  of 
the  packaging  materials  furnished  by 
you. 

Sec.  16.  Prices  to  ultimate  consumers 
on  packaged  items  must  be  shown.  »a» 
If  you  are  a  producer  of  bakery  product.s 
and  sell  them  packaged,  you  must  print 
the  maximum  price  to  ultimate  con- 
sumers on  the  packaging  materials  or 
otherwise  .show  such  maximum  price 
on  the  label  or  other  device  attached  to 
or  inserted  in  the  package  so  as  to  be 
readily  seen  by  the  purchaser,  except 
(1)  on  sales  to  restaurants,  cafes,  cafe- 
terias, hotels  and  all  other  eating  places, 
(2>  on  sales  to  any  class  of  purchaser 
of  fruit  cake  sold  on  an  f.  *.  b.  basis  dur- 
ing the  base  period  and  for  which  your 
markup  was  determined  on  an  f.  o.  b. 
basis,  and  (3)  on  sales  to  ultimate  con- 
sumers if  you  furni-sh  a  list  to  the  pur- 

cha.ser  containing  the  names  of  and  your 
maximum  prices  for  each  bakery  product 
which  you  offer  for  sale  to  such  pur- 
chaser: Provided.  That  no  sale  shall  be 
made  to  any  purchaser  after  the  expira- 
tion of  14  days  from  the  day  upon  which 
such  a  list  is  delivered  to  such  a 
purchaser. 

(b>  No  person  shall  sell  any  packaged 
bakery  product  without  having  the  price 
printed  on  the  label  or  other  device  at-  , 
tached  to  or  inserted  therein  when 
required  under  paragraph  <a>  of  this 
section. 

Sec.  17.  Posting  requirements  lor  sales 
at  retail.  If  you  sell  a  commodity  cov- 
ered by  this  regulation  at  retail  which  Is 
unwrapped  or  unpackaged  or  fruit  cake 
which  was  purchased  on  an  f.  o.  b. 
basis,  you  shall,  on  and  after  May  1. 1945, 
post  your  current  selling  price  for  each 
such  item  at  or  near  the  place  in  the  store 
where  it  is  offered  for  sale  and  where  It 
can  readily  be  seen  by  the  purchaser. 
This  provision  shall  not  apply  to  sales 
by  routesellers. 

Sec.  18.  Notice  of  retailer's  maximum 
price.  When  any  unpackaged  Item  of 
any  commodity  subject  to  this  regula- 
tion is  sold  by  a  producer,  wholesaler  or 
routeseller  to  a  retailer  or  by  a  producer 
to  a  wholesaler  or  routeseller  for  the  first 
time  after  the  maximum  price  for  it  has 
been  established  or  a  new  and  difTerent 
maximum  price  for  it  has  been  recalcu- 
lated  under  this  regulation,  the  seller 


.shall  supply  his  purchaser  with  a  writ- 
ten notice  as  follows: 

NoTici:  or  Retailois  Maximum  Prici 

Tlie  Office  of  Price  Administration  has  cs- 
tablLshed  a  new  maximum  price  for  retaili'rs 
for  sales  by  them  of  (insert  name  of  com- 
modity) at  (Insert  rctailsr's  maximum  pri'P 
for  this  commodity)  This  ffl-lce  was  cit - 
termliied  by  multiplying  producer's  m.ix:- 
mimi  pnoe  for  sales  of  this  commodity  in 
retailers  by  126  percent.  The  OfBce  of  Price 
Admlnistr.ition  requires  you  to  Keep  this 
information  for  public  examination. 

When  the  retailer  receives  this  notice 
he  shall  keep  it  and  make  it  available  for 
public  examination  upon  request. 

Sbc.  19.  Records  and  reports.  Evciy 
seller,  and  every  purchaser  in  the  cour  . 
of  tradf?  or  business,  shall  keep  the  fol- 
lowing records  for  in.spection  by  the  Ol- 
fice  of  Price  Admini.>tration.  for  so  Ions 
as  the  Emergency  Price  Control  Act  c  l 
1942.  as  amended,  and  the  StabiUzation 
Act  of  1942.  as  amended,  remain  In  effec  t 

(a»  Records  in  connection  u^ith  the 
calculation  and  recalculation  of  max:- 
vium  prices  by  producers.  <1)  Copies  <,'. 
all  reports  filed  under  sections  10,  11,  i: 
and  14  of  this  regulation; 

(2)  Copies  of  all  calculations  made  in 
order  to  file  reports  of  maximum  price- 
under  sections  10.  11.  12  and  14  of  thi 
regulation.  For  products  manufacturtci 
during  the  base  period,  he  shall  kerp 
records  and  invoices  showing  the  co-t 
of  each  ingredient  and  packaging  ma- 
terial, cost  of  delivery  on  delivered  salt  . 
payroll  records  of  March  1942,  labor 
costs  as  of  April  1943  computed  at  rate.^ 
as  of  March  1942.  markup,  and  sellinii 
price  during  base  period.  For  product. > 
not  manufactured  during  the  ba-c 
period,  he  shall  keep  records  and  iii- 
voices  showing  the  cost  of  each  ingredi- 
ent and  packaging  material,  payroll  rec- 
ords and  direct  labor  costs  figured  a' 
rates  no  higher  than  those  of  March  1942 

(b)  Records  in  connectioji  with  sahs 
(li  For  sales  by  the  producer  to  whole- 
salers and  routesellers,  he  shall  furni^l-. 
an  invoice  for  each  sale,  showing  the 
name  and  address  of  the  purchaser,  the 
items  sold,  the  f.  o.  b.  plant  price  or  thr 
delivered  price,  as  the  case  may  be,  and 
the  discounts  allowed  and  the  delivery 
cost,  if  any.  A  copy  of  each  such  in- 
voice shall  be  retained  by  the  producer. 
<2)  For  sales  to  ultimate  consumer.^ 
the  seller  shall  keep  his  customary  and 
usual  records,  and  in  addition,  upon  tlv 
request  of  any  purchaser,  shall  furni-h 
an  invoice  of  the  sale  whether  or  not  he 
customarily  furnished  such  invoice. 

(3 1  For  sales  to  retailers,  the  sellt; 
shall  keep  his  customary  and  usual  rec- 
ords, and  shall  furnish  sales  invoice.-: 
showing  the  name  and  address  of  each 
purchaser,  the  items  so  sold  and  iii<- 
price  received  for  each,  if  that  was  h\^ 
cu.stom  prior  to  March  1942.  In  addi- 
tion, he  .shall  furnish  such  invoice  of 
the  sale,  upon  the  request  of  the  pur- 
chaser, whether  or  not  he  customarily 
furnished  the  same. 

Sec.  20.  Evasion.  The  provisions  of 
this    regulation    shall    not    be    evaded 


whether  by  direct  or  indirect  methods  in 
connection  with  any  offer,  solicitation, 
agreement,  sale,  delivery,  purchase  or  re- 
ceipt of  any  commodity  covered  by  this 
regulation  alone  or  in  conjunction  with 
any  other  commodity  or  by  way  of  com- 
mission, service,  transportation  or  other 
charge,  discount,  premium  or  other  privi- 
lege or  by  tying  agreement  or  other  trade 
understanding  or  by  any  other  means. 

Sec.  21.  Licensing.  The  provisions  of 
Licensing  Order  No.  1  licensing  all  per- 
sons who  make  sales  under  price  control 
are  applicable  to  all  sellers  subject  to 
this  regulation.  A  seller's  license  may 
be  suspended  for  violations  of  the  license 
or  of  one  or  more  applicable  price  sched- 
ules or  regulations.  A  person  whose 
license  is  suspended  may  not,  during  the 
period  of  suspension,  m^ke  any  sale  for 
which  his  license  has  been  suspended. 

Sec.  22.  Enforcement.  Persons  vio- 
lating any  provisions  of  this  regulation 
are  subject  to  the  criminal  penalties, 
I  ivil  enforcement  actions,  suits  for  treble 
damages,  and  proceedings  for  suspension 
(  f  licenses,  provided  for  by  the  Emer- 
gency Price  Control  Act  of  1942.  as 
amended. 

Sec.  23.  Interpretations,  protests  and 
petitions  for  amendment.  Any  person 
eeking  an  interpretation  or  an  amend- 
ment of,  or  desiring  to  file  a  protest 
against,  any  provision  of  this  regulation 
n;ay  do  so  in  accordance  with  the  pro- 
visions of  Revi.';ed  Procedural  Regulation 

No.  1.  a.s  amended,  issued  by  the  Office  of 

Price  Administration. 

Sec  24.  Reasonable  tolerance  per- 
mitted. Each  individual  item  of  a  com- 
modity produced  by  a  baker  need  not 
weigh  as  much  as  the  weight  reported 
for  the  commodity  under  section  10.  A 
rea.sonable  tolerance  shall  be  permitted 
as  to  individual  items  but  the  producer 
must  comply  with  the  purpo.-^c  of  section 
10  by  maintaining  average  weights  that 
conform  to  the  weight  reported  under 
'hat  section. 

.\i  PENDix  A-  Bakery  Products  Covered  by 
This  R£&ri.AnoN  and  Appropriate  B.^se 
Period   for   C.\lculatinc   Maximum    Prices 

Bakery  products:        Base  period 

Pa.=tries March,   1942. 

Doughnuts March,    1942. 

Sweet  yea-t  raised 

eood.'i March.    1942. 

Pi.^t    Sppt,14toOct    11    1941. 

Fruit   cake Oct.  1  to  Dec.  31.  1942. 

All     other     cakes 

except  cookies.   March,  1942 

Not-;  The  record  keeping  provisions  of 
:hi.s  regulation  have  been  approved  by  the 
Bureau  of  the  Budget  In  accordance  with 
The  Federal  Reports  Act  of  1942. 

This  regulation  shall  become  effective 
Mrch  30.  1945. 

Isstied  this  30th  day  of  March  1945. 

James  G.  Rogers,  Jr., 

Acting  Administrator. 

IF     R     D..C     45  S164:    Filed,    Mar.    30,    1945; 
4.26  p.  m  J 


Part  1407 — Rationing  of  Food  and  Food 
Products 

|R«v.  RO  13.'  Amdt.  64  to  2d  Rev.  Bupp.  1) 

processed  foods 

Section  1407.1102  (a)  Is  amended  to 
read  as  follows: 

(a)  Processed  foods  shall  have  the 
point  values  set  forth  in  the  Official 
Table  of  Point  Values  (No.  24)  (OPA 
Form  R-1313)  which  is  made  a  part 
hereof. 

This  amendment  shall  become  effec- 
tive 12:01  a.  m.,  April  1,  1945. 

I.ssued  this  30th  day  of  March  1945. 

James  G.  Rogers,  Jr., 
Acting    Administrator. 

|F     R     D-jc     45-5165;    Filed.    Mar.    30.    ISio; 
4:26  p.  m.J 


Part  1407 — Rationing  of  Food  and  Food 
Products 

[Riv    RO   16-  Andl.  37  to  2d   Rnv    S'.ipp     li 
MEAT,    FATS.    FISH    AND    CHEESES 

Section  1407.3027  (a)  is  amended  to 
read  as  follows: 

<ai  Foods  covered  by  Revised  Ration 
Order  16  shall  liave  the  point  values  set 
forth  in  the  Official  Tables  of  Consumer 
and  Trade  Point  Values  (OPA  Form 
R-13131  No.  24.  and  in  the  Official  Table 
of  Consumer  Point  Values  for  Kosher 
Meats  «OPA  Form  R-1611)  No.  21.  which 
are  made  a  part  hereof. 

This  amendment  .shall  become  effec- 
tive 12:01  a.  m..  Ajpril  1.  1945. 

Issued  this  30th  day  of  March  1945. 

James  G.  Rogers.  Jr.. 
Acting  Administrator. 

|F    R     D..C.    45-51C6:    Filed,   Mar     30,    1945, 
4:26  p.  m  ] 


Part  1418 — Territories  and  PosstSsiONS 

|MPR  183,'  Amdt,  t9 1 
GROCERY    PRODUCTS    IN    PUERTO    RICO 

A  statement  of  the  considerations  in- 
volved in  the  issuance  of  this  amendment, 
issued  simultaneously  herewith,  has  been 
filed  with  the  Division  of  the  Federal 
Register. 

Revised  Maximum  Price  Regulation 
183  is  amended  in  the  following  re- 
spects: 


'  9  F  R  173.  908.  1181,  2091,  2290.  2553.  2830, 
2947  3580  3707,  4542,  4605,  4607,  4883,  5956, 
6IO3'  6151,  6450,  7344,  7423,  7433.  9169,  9170, 
9266  9278.  9696.  10264,  10877.  10876,  11273. 
11513,  11906,  11961,  12813.  12867,  14061,  14643, 
15002,  15054;  10  F.R.  48,  776.  924. 

-9  F-R.  6772,  6825.  7262,  7438.  8147.  8931, 
8266  9278.  9785.  9896,  10425.  10875.  10876, 
10777,  11426,  11613.  11906,  11955.  11961.  12814, 
12867,  14287,  14645.  15056;  10  F.R.  48.  521.  857. 

293  294 

•9  FR  9213,  9286,  9996.  10425,  10498,  10777. 
11075  11648,  12212,  12596,  13002,  13526,  13805, 
14301  14108,  14942,  15156;  10  F.R.  459.  670, 
748,  1263,  1144.  1147,  1704,  1788,  2585,  2687. 


1.  Section  20  Table  3  is  amended  by 
deleting  the  price  "to  wholesaler"  of 
Peaches,  Yellow  Cling  (halves'.  Del 
Monte  case  of  24  -2 '2  cans,  and  by 
adding  new  items  io  read  as  follows: 


Priee 

Price 
n-l  nil 

IWTT.'  anil  braiu! 

11:11111- 

rtilt-  case  of— 

at 

whole- 
sale 

unit} 

Air  -Mali:  peafhfS.   1 

24'«i5Cfcn 

w.;.*; 

$4)  :i(\ 

yillow     cling 

(.■>hcf(J  . 

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12aior  ]ar 

3  a*i 

.34 

(s:iec'i  . 

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K  f'.'< 

l,2f) 

yillciw     iljn? 

itialvr;   . 

Ilcirt  ,-        P.  1.^'/ 

:4.)t2-^c-an 

7.65 

.3U 

[iijir^.     B'lrtlrtt 

Hai.t    ir!iji;i-.  iri-.sli 

2^  #2;.  can 

S.50 

.?.* 

Lililiv'.'-:      ai-rirot. 

24  $2'->ctm 

7.M 

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24,«i<:ran 

7.05 

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2    Section  20  Table  3.i  is  amended  by 
adduig  new  iiem.>-  lo  read  a.-  fcilovs: 


liiins  and  brand 

II  nines 


Uuit    ea."*'  of— 


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lit 


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W  holf-  .    , 

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A'.iic     Fun;.'    M(-  '  24,1  Ih.  Jar.— 

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J'riiilvTcsi  I 

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.  ;<',» 

.32 


3.  S-ction  21  Table  4   i'-   air^^nri' d   by 
adding  new  items  to  r^ad  as  folUnvs: 


Prine 

I  nee 

nt 

ntdil 
(ptr 

!;•  m^  and  brand 
iianu  s 

Vnl!    (u*j  i>f— 

at 
wliolf- 

uniu 

tlllVlTIKKtk:    .\1'|'U- 

:-4  i.'i.i.  lii.nle. 

>2.Ut 

«).  14 

luici- 

21  12  or   r.in    . . 

2.  !'.'i 

.m 

Crystal:  A  [i  i  > :  c 

12'iuait  IkjUIc.. 

2.85 

.2fl 

juio' 

En.>-Uino:  Vi-m  i-i  p- 

48  12  m.  can 

6. 0,') 

.IS 

tar. 
Here's  H    s  1 1  h  : 

12  28  0Z.  boltie.. 

3.-Af, 

.M 

.\pl  icot   ni-(l:il. 

Kiurh    lup:  Tear 

4*  12oz.  (Sin  

A.K'S 

.13 

nccur. 

Ix)K   Cabin:  Apple 

24,12oz.b(iUlc  .. 
24  lOoi.  hifitllp  .- 

2.35 
3  li 

.17 

Libb\'j:     Aiificot 

24  12  ox.  can 

S  OS 

.17  or  2 

JUIO'. 

tutSM 

MUiiT    \i.!'l«'  "ui.v-. 

4flf'iOl.T'.>tMe... 

4..% 

•", 

I'acil'u'  Oiiid.  1*1  hC'li 

48  12c».  can 

4.75 

.]3c«-2 

nt  ttar. 

forixV 

I'l.puliu-.  Tear  iicc- 

4.V  12  cf  can 

8.M 

.  1:1 

:»t. 

6     A     W:  CraiiFi 

•.'■!,  #2  can 

£.90 

.31 

JTiice. 

3-'.')0 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


4.  Section  22  Table  5a  is  amended  by 
adding  a  new  Item  to  read  as  follows: 


lUtv. 

%n-\ 

(nil    ( 11.M'  (if  - 

whulo 

Mill' 

rrioo 

Hi 

nt  Liil 
I].,  r 
iiiiiU 

.- 1  11      ( 

'  t:.<  ! 

\.v! 

2J  I'J  oz.  can 

$A  .V. 

f(i  -"S 

hi-h. 

5.  Section  22  Table  6a  is  amended  by 
adding  a  new  item  to  read  as  follows: 


8.  Section  24  Table  9  is  amended  by 
adding  a  new  item  to  read  as  follows: 


I'ri^r 

Tru-e 

Rt 

It.ll 

^  iiM<l  l'i;illil 

rnit 

Cli-M' 

(if- 

It 

n-tfiil 

iianic 

sale 

$.i    <MI 

(|..-r 
iiii;t  ! 

Lihbs 

1  -;  HI' 

cnn 

(4 

•or.) 

*<i  to 

-1. 

miato  ]ulcc. 

12.  Section  32  Table  18a  is  amended  by 
adding  new  items  to  read  as  follows: 


I'riiT 


9.  Section  25  Tt^ble  10  Is  amended  by 
addini.;  new  items  to  read  as  follow.s. 


Itciir-  ftti'l  hrnii'l 


M»7"lu     \  •>■■  tuMr      '1  1  i-'iil  cur. 

ml 
\V,.v.nn     \rt,  tHblr       IJ  (iU;;rl  b.  ttl. 

Oil. 


I'll  ■■ 

:it 
r.-i.til 
(l"r 
unit  I 


. .  1 


I'rK* 


Ittl!!^    .llul    i'llU.'i 


Pripe 


Price 


I'lii!     <-a^«    Mf  -        „  l'     I  .         r'l:iil 
I      ■'■"•'■■      I    llllitl 


13.  Section  33a  Table  19a  is  amended 
by  adding  new  items  to  read  as  follows. 


8mithflcl(l:  npvil.Hi  !  24  3  or  Jar t'  ti"  '      *'  ■''■• 

Hhmi.  '  i 


6    Scrtum   2:?  Table  7   is   amrndccl   by 
addini;  n>'\v  it-'ms  to  rt'ad  as  follows: 


I'l  iif 

IVI. 

I' 

lt<  ni"  bii'l  1' 

iiimI 

I'nlt    (a^c  f'f  - 

lit 

n  I'l 

1 

imiiit's 

s.l.' 

If, 

unit 

1 

t "  iiniitH  il 

H    u  '.  b.  .Ill 

4K#l  Clin   

$.x  ?.'> 

Hi 

1.. 

II.M.f     Ni„h1,.' 

4^*1  ran    

7(17 

IS 

CulUjolIltTK' 

Ih  «1  run       .     . . 

7  07 

IH 

J)  nr^it    ('  r 

<■ '» ni 

•_'»  !"'•■  m.  can.. . 

0.40 

i.i 

\     .   In-,,,    !-,■ 

liniu.     l!r,  i 

vv  1 1  h 

>'.  »!  I  ,in 

6.20 

:'i 

VPtti'Uble. 

7.  Section  24  Tabli^  8  is  amended  by 


adding  new  it. 

ll^  to  read  as 

fellows: 

H,I..-    II.  1  '-  :i;  1 
li.tlln-.s 

L  nil.  tasc  of— 

i'rtce 

at 
whole- 
sale 

Jl    fit! 

.S.  1  N  1 

4  U.', 

I'l  ICU 

lit 

retail 

Illll!  ) 

rtiiib.nr!   Tfittato 

>aii'  ' 
Mftdniiiiit     1  i.:ii,'Uii 

paste. 
Snider:  C'tiil:  scu- 

72 >*  01  1  "ill 
100/6  or  (sn 

.'1  11  I'Z  l^rM.'. 

.  10 

(   ni;i    I.  rk         H..  In 

■  111'.    I  '    .'■!  IfJl.in.  .. 

Dfvisct     Hi  .t.s.  ilicul  I  24*2  can... 
V%  iiic '    1'    SirniR- 

Irx,.       (..  :,ll~.      cut 

••r-Mi  24.  #2  can. 

(    11  liii.'        I  ■  ■■  r   II    I 

ir.-  Ill,  -f.  i'  I  24  #2  can 

.I.irv    H.'il -.  iliiT'l        ■.".*■.' tin 

K.  'f^  Kc'tlc;  -1  H-  ■  111 

Strnr  Uss    lican."-, 

cut  Kl'  en.                  I 
I.vk.v  .u      Ptring-  I  24'i|l2can 

bcui,-,  nit.  I 

M:;r-  1  ..i.l  Chief:        I 

Hirl  -.  nit  .    . . '   24. #2  Cflll    

.--IHh^  I  •      1  I  lUl.'',   '   24.'#2fUIl. 

,Mi  :     ■  ,!  .Jifl. 
lilt    -T-  n; 

(1M     \l!--    I:      1.       4H  0  cz  can 

11111    l!l  <■- 

rhjlli|..      Lima  I  24,#2c-an 

t.nin^.      Kiri     of  i 

(iir.li'ii  I 
rii::iin 

i!r.  t<.    ;i..  .1    tv#l0can 

(■:iri-i-.  .Iiir.l.    .    '  t,#in(an 

.-irirnt'i  ,.:;■    -  iit        Jl  'J<.in 

tT  >-u  r.  |i:"ii- 
Mr;i,/li.  :iii'.    nit       i'  ♦lluiitl 

».<  S:,  \, 
(^llrrll 

(   iirr..'   .  .Ii.i  .1  24  IT  nz  can 

I,  Mi.ii...-.   .-1.111. 1-    24#2cMn 

■::ir.i  r.i ,..!       I 
nv,\  M.<  ;.     iraiit-  I  24'#2can 

I,  .-    I  .  ..;    ,   nil 

.   -•■■■  ! 

-11. 1. T 

I',  ,1,-,.     ',.i,c  ■•     iir,-  Jl  n:  •  ,.:i    

L-ru.l   ■! 

.-pni:i-ti  JIIJiiM 

•rniiiHi..,-.  ■•■  h.l  21  *-'i-in 

.-ijiLiv^    -Mii.i-ir   -  j  24J2can 

1)1',.', V,  ,  u;  i.'rrit). 

.--ur,  I     ]..',-    \>i>  ]-.  21  l-:<Hn 

sllCi.l. 


$3.  lU 
3.70 


3.15 

a.  70 

3.30 


:'.40 


2.  HO 

a.fs 


1)   (10 
5.  15 


4.35 
4.  .W 
4.  W 

5.25 


.3.  Ml 
3.  .'.<l 

3.10 


4  40 

3.  6.1 
3.20 
3.20 

3.75 


$0.  It) 
.20 


21 1 
20 


Itiiii     iii'l  t  riiii'l 

1,  nil.  :r 


I'liit     iit.-<  <.( 


.17 


.  l.^ 

.1!* 


.01 

.25 

1  li-* 


.Itf 
.14 

.16 


.22 

.30 

.17 
.  17 

.  a  I 


Culf     K..o.i      l>r  .  I  '   I'ki"!     <■(     in  10 

IK  I.s         .'-I.i  iiiil'^.  I' i|"  r  1.;!^:-.. 

•irir.l 
I.    \    r       -lirji  i'~,       IV  7  .  ,•    i:a! 

^tniill    \\  (  '  ;  11  1. 
1  I, -I      M.  ;il         !•;.   I       l^  »      fl  it  ciiti 

\;,I-K1        ,-..rk.>i 
>  illl'i'l:  I 

Niti.ril     r  !•  Iiinls  4S,  I. '.or,  oval  can 

(I  r  1-  1  1!     t-  r  I  s  ti  :  I  4SI5  or.  ran 

.-rjiiii)   ,  n;.!  'in. I 

(;iln  i;     I  ■  i\  inr,    1"  l^  1  "7    jar 

Ii:l-l|,.  j 

~iiii   ,-lir,:iii  ■^,  nii'i-     4S,'7or.caD. 

,  U  1    t    I      li   K 

'I    h  r  1   .        -  •   1  r     '  50    lb.    w.wdon 

,-iiriinii.  'Irii  ■!.        ,  container. 

.- ,V  \'i     lull  I  '.Ui.tiii  4S.'7or.can    

iiii'ii 


14.  S'-ction  36  Table  23  is 
adding  new  items  to  read  as 


Trico 

lit 

W  tlllc- 

-alc 


PriiN. 

11 ' 

n  '.1:1 

(l...r 

til!" 


$.'■0.  fio    $0  <;', 

I     11. 


11    HO 
II    H.5 


$0.40. 
$0.32. 


*<i.|iV 
>ii.2I. 


I J  -ti      «0.32. 


ly.oo 

2f..  40 


$0.50. 


$o.(;s 

lb 
J<'  Vi     to.vi. 


amended  by 
follows: 


lli: 


,ll'l    t   Mil.! 


1  till    ca.se  of— 


I'rii'c 

at 

wh(J('- 

sak) 


Price 

at 
rrlail 
(p«r 
unit  I 


Cervat.i       Wheat     i  Hales  of  4*25  lb. 

t1..111  I.Hl- 


$4.70        $i.r.2 


Hi  »!.  '.        Ill-'   U  liiMt 

11  .'.I 


10.  Section  29  Table  14  is  amended  by  addinp  new  item.s  to  read  as  follows: 


It.  •!!-  tin!  I.r  ml  tnrnes 

In  it:  case  of— 

1  t..i  lit  «  li.'l.'sale 

In.'.    :it 

lilu.l 

(IH'T  unit* 

|i:rr\     11. -rn  of  Plenty  Valentine 12,.2i..' lb.  i.kK      

1  ,.,.-,■  W  :;i-<i- 

lnvi.   vinilU 4/5'i  Ih    VU      .- 

iursletl  cakes ^4  7'ill,  ik.< 

$17  45 

$14  .'.tiiior. 

$0.2.>lb 

$1.81. 

$1  r<^ 

$0..i2  lb. 

Hnle.<  .,f  .'I.  .'  lb. 

b.u- 
liiili-  .  '  :'■   liMb, 

b'l  ■- 

|i;.,k  w.f  ii,  ii.ii.. 

Ci,  uii    Mill-     '  ,i'i      I      I'liJ- 

rtllii   »!,i'iU    11  .'11       ■|Ii:Lli-  ..(  .11  ■  lb, 
1      b'li!.- 

I'r.  tiii.r       l.\     .  r.        H-il.-  -.f  1"  ,■■  lb 
rii-h.  .1  !ini'>    [ini-  b.T..--. 

.1:1  t!..ui 


r.  ,\1 

R  (10 

.".  Ci) 

,1  (M 

r.  no 

:<  I*) 


.i; 


.i'i 


.3W 


15.  Section  39  Table  27  is  amended  by 
adding  new  iiems  to  read  as  follows: 


It.  111^  111     t    1   •   ISI'I 


li.iut    .Maruzzi  ...    20/16or.  |.ki:s     .'     J2  60 


Pric. 

ii' 
ri'l  .1 

unii  I 


$0.  i: 


11    S^\^"..^n  32  T:Able  13  i>  amended  by 
adcims  v.rw  it,  ;r.N  io  read  as  fol!ow>: 


IteiT!'  iu»<l  brand 

UiiiDe.s 


W  iL.!on'»  Ceriifle)!:  j  24  I  lb.  print 

{ il.'omrKurine.  i 
W  .;■  I,  -     .-'if.i.ry;     32  1  lb.  i.ritit... 

t)lr<iii.:irKrtrinc.  j 
Filbert's:  ()li>oniar-     30  I  lb.  print    .. 

;;iriiic.  | 
(iolniar   .Stnn<!'»r.l      32  1  :'■   [.rut   .. 

Ur.iii'W  Inc  Idleo-  • 

niarKuriiia.  {  ^ 


I'lioe       '■'*'■' 
,"",      I    nt.^i:! 

^'■•''^     I    Ul.lll 


16.  Section  42  Table  33f  is  amended  by  addinp  new  itnms  to  read  as  follows: 


1  tcnis  and  brand  luuned 

l).,r-^.  t     I   1  M'k.-ii  !i  i'l  ki'.-- 


I'liil       OV.M-   l.f- 


Tri.  I  at  V,  lidlesale 


Price  at  retail  (per  unio 


1 

$0  2<1 

i{<    >'i 

.21 

■j> 

.* 

'7 

24  1  t  II?    r:in rl  :   ;<i   . .. 

..'4  iiMi7    Jiir  ]  $!l'J(i    ... 

Mih.'ii-.  r  Uu.-. !      M,i:t  -•■r;i;i     n)  it.,  k.  f        ]$iiinii 

'.'■'.11  lb.  b:iir.'l '   ■^'  l.'"'  lb 

MKI  lb    b;irii'l    '   $11,11.:.".  lb 

.Miiiw.'.l  ll'ii.-.'    I  .  :i      j   24  Hi  tea  b«^'<   $:5.J0 


$<|  .«il. 


...I  P'  \>  I'lr  I'-v..  '.;  I''  tea  baCS. 


r:i»:'rvi?r»  A  T     umTCTirP     Tiit>at1nu     Anril  .?.   1945 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  S,  1945 


17.  Section  42  Table  33h  Is  amended 
by  adding  new  Items  to  read  as  follows: 


Price 

Price 

Item?  and  bran.l 

Unit:  case  of— 

at 
whole- 
gale 

retail 

names 

(per 

unit) 

.Muiiic'la 

Plain   I  lives   (se- 

12 1  lb  4  or  cet 

$6,W) 

$0.74 

lected*. 

jar. 

Olives  and  caiKT.-- 

4h/4ii.  01  net  .... 

f     2,  (I.'' 
1     dor. 

1        -^^ 

K  a  w  e  a  h  :    0  r  e  c  n 

4S,2H  or  net  Jar 

5.  'Hi 

.l.^ 

cdcktail  olives. 

1,8   An.laliiza:   (a- 

24'3>i  oi  net  or 

3.  4.'. 

.IH 

I»TS 

i  fluid  or. 

I.lllIllI.O'tf 

r  1  ai  n     .'lives 

( 24  ."?  oz  net  jar  . 

3  .VI 

.  19 

( place.  1  . 

124  4Vi  oz  net  Jar 

4  (•,', 

.2.1 

?tiifTe<1  CJiieen  ol- 

36 S  Of  net  Jar  . 

9  ,M 

.34 

ives  iilscrdb 

18.  Section  42  Table  331  is  amended 
by  adding  new  items  to  read  as  follows: 


i  Price 

1                   Unii-  ca.se    '  at 
Items  an.l  brand  nattier           pf_          '  whole- 
sale 

i 

Kvendale  i 

Prune?,  dried  30  40  ..    '2.11b '  $.140 

4(1  ,10   .-     25  1b ,  5  '2.1 

.Vl  h(l            -2.1  lb .1  I..1 

LakoView:  I'mnesSfiiUi     '26  1b i  4  3<l 

Mvtvnice  l'niue.-,drie<l     2.11b i  4,70 

30 '40.  I  I 

Tansy  (They  R)'  Rai-     36/11  or,  pk?.!  4  45 

stns,  seedless,  '  I 

S  A-  W : 

Prunes,  driiKl  2ir;«i  .-'2,11b «  f>o 

fti70...l  251b 5.2.1 


Prifte 
at  re- 

tml 
(p.  r 
unit  1 


$0  2S 

.27 

'21) 

.23 

.24 


,16 


.31 


19.  Section  42  Table  33m  is  amended 
by  adding  new  Items  to  read  as  follows: 


Price 

Price 
at 

Items  and  brami 
names 

Unit:  case  of— 

at       • 
whole- 
sale 

n'tail 
(I>er 
unlti 

Heinz: 

1 

Dill  pickles 

4'#12Jar     

$.1   10 

$1  65 

India  relLsh 

12  10  oz   Jar 

2  60 

.  2H 

C.inr  Tiiekie*; 

4  #10  Jar          

3  7(1 

1.20 

Sweet  pickles 

4/#I0  jar 

7.  (H) 

2.  25 

12,23  oz.  Jar 

5.  0.1 

.  ,11 

1  i.'l  Monte: 

fcweet    liickles 

12"24  or.  Jar 

.1.  .V 

.60 

(whuU>. 

(how  ciiow    

12,'24  or    ar 

4   711 

..VI 

Sweet  itherkins. .. 

12,'24oz.   ar 

5  HO 

.61 

l.ibbv's: 

Sweet  relish    . . 

'24,12oz.  Jar, 

7.  0» 

.:i'^ 

Sweet    mustard 

24/'12oz  Jar 

7.00 

.3)5 

pickit*. 

I.u.vurv:    Sj^ifthetti 

24  101-..  <'?•  can.. 

3.  70 

.  '20 

sauce  w  ith  meat. 

t 

Bunbeam-  Dill 

24 '.1  or.  bottle  . 

3.31 

.18 

Jilckle-^, 

'ru-.Iack   Siiftfthrtti 
sauce  with  meat. 

24  104  oz.  can  . 

3.7(1 

.30 

20.  Section  45  Table  37  is  amended  by 
adding  a  new  item  to  read  as  follows: 


Item  and  brand 
name 

I'nlf:  Ca.se  of— 

Price 

at 
whole- 
Bale 

Price 

at 
retail 

(p<r 
unit) 

Armour:       Corned 
beel  briskets. 

Pound 

$0.2760 

10.85 

21.  Section  46  Table  38  is  amended  by 
adding  new  Items  to  read  as  follows: 


Items  and  brand  names 


Premium:  Cooked  spe- 
cialty semidried  sau- 
sage. 

Thuriiiper:  Sen.idricd 
sausape. 


Unit:  case 
of— 


Price  at 
whole- 
sale 


Price  at 
retail 

(per 
unit) 


Pound . 
Pound. 


$0.  4625 
.36 


$0  6.1 


.50 


STmI 


of 


22.  Section  47  Table  39  is  amended  by 
adding  new  items  to  read  as  follows: 


Price 

Price  at 

Items  and  brand 

naiue.'- 

Unit:  Ga.se  of— 

at 

whiile- 

retail 
U«'r 

snle 

uiiilt 

Gold     Dust: 

24,14  oz.  pkk.- 

$1  50 

$o,ns  or  2 

Cleanser. 

for  Kit. 

Invincible  : 

K«V10'-j      or. 

4.U0 

.(X'i. 

Cleanser. 

cakes. 

Pal«.:   Cleanser... 

4H/14ar.  pkg.... 

2  30 

.Ofi, 

23.  Section  56  Table  46  is  amended  by 
adding  new  items  to  read  as  follows: 


Hems  and  brain! 
names 

mft:  Caseof- 

Im- 
porter 
w  hole- 

saler 

Price 

at 
nnail 
(p.T 
unit  i 

Wines,    table,    for- 
eiiiD: 
0  r  a  n      Vino 
Blanco: 
Concha  yToro 

12/1 

$16  SO 
1.1  50 
15  2.1 

27.50 

$1  M 

12,1 

I.HIJ 

Vino   Blaiici  del 
Khin:     Undur- 
rapa. 
Whiskey,      Ameri- 
can, blended: 
Shenley  Interna- 
tional Corp.:  Fla- 
minKo. 

12,1 

12;4,''5  quart 

1.75 
3.20 

tlon)    produced   only   in   the  States 
Michigan,  Wisconsin  and  Minnesota. 

(a)  Maximum  price  for  sales  hy  pro 
ducers    in    carload    lots. 
paragraph    (d»     of    this 
maximum  price,   f.   o.   b. 
lots,  for  sales  by  producers 
celsior  and  wood  wool  under 
tion  shall  be  as  follows: 

(1)   Maximum  price,  j.  o   b    vull   car- 
load lots. 


Subject  to 
section,  thp 
mill,   carload 

of  wood  ex- 
thi.^   sec- 


Pine 

woixi 
excflsior 


$21 


Ribbnr. 

W'K-   1 

cxi,ls:(.r 


$26 


fill. 

W.,...i 

V.  . .. 

i 

v<\ 

ex.  1  1- 

..  .r 

."-iil'i  rtine 

»■ 1 

wool 


$27 


$.S> 


(b)  Maximum  price  tor  sales  by  pro- 
ducers in  less  than  carload  lots.  Subject 
to  paragraph  'd>  of  this  section,  the 
maximum  price,  f.  o.  b.  mill,  less  than 
carload  lots,  for  sales  by  producers  of 
wood  excelsior  and  wood  wool  under  this 
section  shall  be  as  follows: 

(1)  Wood  excelsior  and  wood  wool  pro- 
duced and  sold  by  mills  located  in  Muh- 
igan  and  Wisconsin.  Maximum  price, 
f.  0.  b.  mill,  less  than  carload  lots. 


I  hit   KKI  LE-.S, 


This  amendment  shall  become  efTec- 
tive  April  5,  1945. 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

Chester  Bowles. 

Administrator. 


[F.    R,    Doc,    45-5194;    Piled,    Mar. 
12:09  p.  m,] 


31,    1945; 


Part  1499 — Commodities  and  Services 

1 2d  Rev.  SR  14,  Amdt.  6) 

WOOD  EXCELSIOR  AND  WOOD  WOOL 

A  statement  of  the  considerations  in- 
volved In  the  issuance  of  this  amend- 
ment, issued  simultaneously  herewith, 
has  been  filed  with  the  Division  of  the 
Federal  Register. 

Second  Revised  Supplementary  Regtr- 
lation  14  to  the  General  Maximum  Price 
Regulation  is  amended  in  the  following 
respects : 

In  Article  III  a  new  section  3.8  Is  here- 
by added  to  read  as  follows: 

Sic.  3.8  Baled  basswood  or  poplar 
tDood  excelsior  and  baled  basswood  or 
j>oplar  wood  wool.  Lake  State  Region. 
This  section  covers  baled  basswood  or 
poplar  wood  excelsior  and  baled  bass- 
wood  or  poplar  wood  wool  (referred  to 
below  as  wood  excelsior  and  wood  wool, 
respectively  throughout  this  entire  sec- 


Quantity 

Fine 

WtKMi 

excel- 
sior 

1-4  bales 

5-10  bales  . . 
11-19  balas.. 
20   or   more 
bale;; 

$1,90  ' 
1.71 
1.60 

l.,v; 

Kill- 

Kin 

wood 

e.xcel- 

stor 


$2  (10 

1.H.S 

1.70 
1.60 


Pxira 

fiiii 

Wi«.il 

excel- 

Sl'if 


$2    Id 

:'  (ic 
i,s; 


1.70 


\V(K.<i 
W  0< '  i 


$3  (1,1 

:>  HO 

2,  ,'..  I 
2.4(1 


Ml!"  r 

One 

WiKJtl 

wool 


$3.55 

3  30 

Ii.  1*1 

2.  ',*0 


(2)  Wood  excelsior  and  uood  wool  pro- 
duced and  sold  by  mills  I  ,cated  in  Min- 
nesota. Maximum  price,  f,  o.  b,  mill,  less 
than  carload  lots. 


TER   lOCi  LbS 


Fine    , 

Quantity 

WOO"!   ' 
exc.-:- 

nor 

1-4  bales 

6-10  bales  . . 
11-19  bales.. 

$»].i 
2.0,'' 

1,9: 

'20   or   more 
bale.s 

i.f..'  1 

Kib- 
K'ti 


Kxtrii 

fill. 


Wllivil  Wi 


ex.'i  .- 
S!..r 


$2  2.1 
■2,1.' 
2  O.-i 


cxr.  1- 

«l..r 


J2 


WfKMl 

wool 


1, : 


1  .<(' 


%?..  ft.1 

'       3.4.' 
2  90 

2.05 

-Hi'.  '• 

r.!i. 

W .  if  1 

wool 


*4   11 

3. '.<0 
3.40 

S.  16 


(3)  Wood  excelsior  and  wood  wool  pro- 
duced and  sold  by  mills  located  in 
Michigan  and  Wisconsin,  f.  o.  b.  mill 
warehouse  in  Chicago.  Illinois.  (S?e 
paragraph  <f  i  below.  •  Maximum  price, 
f.  o.  b.  mill  warehouse  in  Chicago.  Illi- 
nois, less  than  carload  lots. 


PtK    ll.d 

LI>« 

Kib- 

Extiii 

Quantity 

Fine 
wood 

bo:i 

WlK«i 

fic 
wiv- : 

WoiKl 

W  .101 

-.■1"  t"- 

sior 

exo  1- 

f.'ir 

exci  1- 

H     ! 

$2   1< 

ja  10 

W  1  n  .' 

1-4  bales  ... 

$2.00 

$2  1^1 

$3.  f.5 

fr-io  bales... 

1  M 

1.H1 

2.  0" 

2  90 

3.  r*> 

11-19  bales.. 

1.7(1 

1 .  71 

1    '.<!. 

1     2.  (v:. 

;<  21 

20  or   more 

1 

bales 

l.f..' 

1.  7'.' 

1.:.' 

1     '■'' 

3   'M 

FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


3j-"3 


3."m2 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


(4  1  Wood  excelsior  and  wood  wool  pro- 
duced and  sold  by  mills  located  in  Mich- 
wan  and  Wisconsin ,  f.  o.  b.  mill  ware- 
house in  Detroit.  Michiqan.  (See  para- 
praph  If  I  below.  I  Maximum  price,  f. 
o.  b  mill  wan'house  in  Detroit,  Michigan. 
less  than  carload  lots. 


IKK  lUOl'OUNPS 

(Vimntlly 

w 

.(..1 

1  4  hftlc« 

i   l.S 

i.y.'i 

$3   '..i 

.VID  hilled   

1 1   41)  ImiIos    ..     

2.  m:. 
2.  .■.  j 

i5>  Wood  ex-^elsior  produced  and  sold 
by  mills  located  in  Michigan  arid  Wis- 
consin, i.  o.  b.  mill  warehouse  in  Toledo. 
Ohio.  (See  paragraph  I  f'  below^  Max- 
imi:m  prK•^^  f.  o.  b.  mill  warehouse 
Tolido.  Ohio,  Ip'^s  than  carload  lots. 


in 


rhK  100  I'Mi  Mn 

Quantity 

cio'lsior 

\V,....l 
w,«,l 

1  4  halp>              .     

$2. »« 
2.  Ill 

I.  yd 

$3.  f..") 

*v-iwhfili*s                      _-      .....«--* 

:!  i.s 

2tJ  or  more  balos 

.1   INI 

by  a  mill  which  warehouse  is  located  at 
some  point  other  than  where  the  mill  is 
located  and  from  which  the  mill  dis- 
tributes wood  excelsior  or  wood  wool  in 
less  than  carload  lots. 

(g)  Maximum  price  for  sales  by  sellers 
other  than  producers  of  wood  excelsior 
and  wood  umol.  The  maximum  price  for 
sales  of  wood  excelsior  and  wood  wool  in 
both  carload  and  less  th»n  carload  lots 
by  a  seller  other  than  a  producer  of  these 
Items  shall  be  the  sellers  maximum  price 
established  under  the  General  Maximum 
Price  Regulation  for  the  particular  grade 
of  excelsior  and  class  of  consumer  plus 
a  sum  at  the  rate  of  $3.25  per  ton. 

This  amendment  shall  become  effec- 
tive April  5.  1945. 

Issued  this  31st   day  of  March   1945. 

Chester  Bowles. 
Administrator. 

(P     R     Doc.    45  5195;    Filed.    Mar.    31,    1945; 
12:09  p.  ml 


the  General  Maximum  Price  Regulation,  ex- 
cept used  airplanes  powered  with  a  single 
engine  of  not  more  than  500  horsepower  and 
second-hand  fractional  horsepower  electric 
motors  of  '4  horsepower  or  less. 

4.  In  Appendix  B.  Part  I.  the  follow- 
ing regulation  is  added  to  those  listed  un- 
der the  classification  of  "Chemicals. 
Drugs,  and  Paints": 

MPR  575,  Primary  chromium   ;          I         | 
chemicals ,    x    ] 


(C  Transportation  charges — (1)  ,Afi/i 
shipments.  The  maximum  delivered 
price  on  direct-mill  sales  shall  be  either 
•  i'  a  pric'^  no  higher  than  the  maximum 
f.  o.  b.  mill  price  under  paragraph  (1» 
or  <2)  ot  paragraph  ib'  above  plus  the 
actual  transportation  charges  paid  to  a 
common  or  contract  carrier  for  transpor- 
tation direcUy  from  the  mill  to  the  point 
of  delivery  required  by  the  purchaser,  or 
transportation  expenses  not  to  exceed 
the  amount  which  would  have  been  paid 
to  a  common  or  contract  carrier  if  its 
.services  had  been  utilized  for  such  de- 
livery, or,  lii'  a  price  no  higher  than  the 
maximum  f.  0.  b.  mill  price  under  sub- 
paragraph 111  or  <2)  of  paragraph  (b» 
above  plus  the  transportation  charges 
figured  according  to  the  established 
practice  of  the  seller  in  effect  on  March 
31.  1942. 

i2i  Mill  u'archou:>e  shipments.  The 
maximum  delivered  price  on  mill  ware- 
house sales  shall  be  the  n^aximum  f.  o.  b. 
mill  warehouse  price  under  subpara- 
graphs <3»  <4>.or  <5»  of  paragraph  (b) 
above  plus  the  actual  transportation 
charges  paid  to  a  common  or  contract 
carrier  for  transportation  directly  from 
the  mill  warehouse  to  the  point  of  deliv- 
ery required  by  the  purchaser  or  trans- 
portation expenses  not  to  exceed  the 
amount  which  would  have  been  paid  to  a 
common  or  contract  earner  if  its  serv- 
ices had  been  utilized  for  such  delivery, 
(di  Prwr  orders.  Orders  which  have 
been  duly  is.sued  by  the  Office  of  Price 
Administration  establishing  prices  of  the 
commodities  specified  in  paragraphs  (a) 
and  lb'  of  thi.s  .section  shall  remain  in 
full  force  and  effect  notwithstanding 
this  section. 

lei  Grades.  The  grades  used  in  this 
.section  refer  to  the  standards  and  speci- 
fications set  forth  in  Federal  Specifica- 
tion No.  NN-E-911  as  generally  under- 
stood in  the  trade. 

ifi  Def.nttinii  nf  mill  u\irehouse.  A 
mill   warehou.se   is   a   v.arehouse  owned 


Part  1305 — Administration 

ISupp.  Order  94.  Amdt.  4| 

SALES     BY     GOVERNMENT     AGENCIES     AND 
RESALES    BY    CERTAIN    BUYERS 

A  statement  of  the  considerations  in- 
volved in  the  issuance  of  this  amend- 
ment, is.sued  simultaneously  herewith, 
has  been  filed  with  the  Division  of  the 
Federal  Register. 

Supplementary  Order  94  is  amended 
in  the  following  respects: 

1.  Section  11  is  amended  by  adding  at 
the  end  thereof  the  following  para- 
graph: 

An  order  i.ssued  under  this  section 
shall,  with  respect  to  sales  by  Govern- 
ment agencies,  supersede  any  other  pric- 
ing or  exemption  provision  of  Supple- 
mentary Order  94.  and  shall,  with  re- 
spect to  resales  by  private  resellers,  su- 
persede any  maximum  price  regulation 
otherwise  applicable. 

2.  Section  19  <d)  is  added  to  read  as 
follows; 

(d)  II >  All  resellers,  except  retailers, 
subject  to  this  Supplementary  Order 
shall  keep  for  inspection  by  the  Office  of 
Price  Administration  for  so  long  as  the 
Emergency  Price  Control  Act  of  1942, 
as  amended,  .shall  remain  In  effect,  com- 
plete and  accurate  records  of  each  sale. 
Such  records  shall  Include  the  date  of 
the  sale,  the  name  and  address  of  the 
buyer,  a  clear  description  or  identifica- 
tion of  the  commodity,  the  quantity  .^old. 
and  the  price  charged  for  such  com- 
modity. 

(2>  All  retailers  subject  to  this  Sup- 
plementary Order  .shall  keep  for  inspec- 
tion by  the  Qffice  of  Price  Administration 
for  so  long  as  the  Emergency  Price  Con- 
trol Act  of  1942.  as  amended,  shall  re- 
main In  effect,  their  cu.stomary  records 
of  all  transactions. 

3.  In  Appendix  A,  Part  11  the  para- 
graph following  the  word  "General"  is 
amended  to  read  as  follows: 

General.  Any  scrap,  used  or  waate  mate- 
rials  or   oommodltl««  otherwlM   subject   to 


5.  In  Appendix  B.  Part  I.  the  foUowinc 
regulations  are  deleted  from  those  listed 
under  the  classification  of  "Fuel.  Petro- 
leum Products  and  Other  Oils": 

MPR   112.   Pennsylvania   an-   i  I         I 

thraclle (D      (D      tl) 

MPR    120,    Bituminous    coal  j 

delivered     from     mine     or  | 

preparation  plant (1)      (1)      (1> 

6.  In  Appendix  B,  Part  I,  the  followinr. 
regulation  is  added  to  those  listed  under 
the  classification  of  "Machinery,  Tools 
and  Equipment";  » 

RPS  82.  wire,  cable  and  cable    ',          I          I 
accessories j    x    1    x      

7.  In  Appendix  B.  Part  I,  the  following 
regulation  is  added  to  those  listed  under 
the  classification  of  "Consumer  Durable 
Goods  and  Miscellaneous": 

MPR,  576,  Dry  batteries \ '   x       x 

8.  In  Appendix  D,  Part  II.  the  following 
regulation  is  added  to  those  listed  there- 
in: 

Regulation  number  Short  title 

Supplementary  Regu-  Second-hand    f  r  a  c  - 

lation    14K   Section  tUinal      horsepower 

13  1.  electric  mutorb. 

Notk:  Tlie  reporting  and  record-keepint; 
requirements  of  this  amendment  have  been 
approved  by  the  Bureau  of  the  Budget,  In  ac- 
cordance with  the  Federal  Reports  Act  (f 
1942. 

This  amendment  shall  become  effective 

April  5,  1945. 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

Chester  Bowles, 
Administrator. 

[F.    R     Doc.    46  5196;    Filed,    Mar.    31,    1945, 
12:09  p.  m  ] 


Part  1307— R^w  Materials  for  Cotton 
Textiles 

I  RPS  7.  Amdt,  17] 

combed  cotton  yarns  and  the  processinc. 
thereof 

A  statement  of  the  considerations  in- 
volved in  the  issuance  of  this  amendment 
has  been  Issued  sirtiultaneously  herewith 
and  filed  with  the  Division  of  the  Fed- 
eral Register. 

Revised  Price  Schedule  No.  7  is  amend- 
ed by  adding  inferior  subparagraphs  tv) 
and  (vi)  to  §  1307  1  (d)  <2)  to  read  as 
follows: 

(v)  Sales  or  deliveries  of  high-twist 
plied  yarn  used  In  the  manufacture  of 
loom  harnesses; 

(vl)  Sales  or  deliveries  of  30  2  higii- 
twist  yarn  used  In  the  manufacture  oi 
all-cotton 'elastic  bandages. 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


3.j:)3 


This  amendment  shall  become  effec- 
tive April  7,  1945. 

Issued  this  2d  day  of  April  1945. 

James  G.  Rogers,  Jr., 
Acting  Administrator. 

\F.    E.    Doc.    45-5275;    Filed,    Apr.    2.    1945; 
11  ;49  a.  m.] 


Part  1340— Fuel 

(MPR  88,  Amdt.  26 1 


fvel  oil,  gasoline  and  liquefied 
petroleum  gas 

A  statement  of  the  considerations  in- 
volved in  the  issuance  of  this  amend - 
m.ent,  issued  simultaneously  herewith, 
has  been  filed  with  the  Division  of  the 
Federal  Register. 

1.  Section  1.1  is  amended  by  inserting 
in  the  list  of  products  mentioned  therein 
between  the  words  "fetove  and  lamp 
naphtha"  and  "Tractor  fuel"  a  line 
reading  as  follows:  "Jet  propulsion  fuel." 

2.  Section  1.14  (ji  (2)  is  amended  to 
read  as  follows: 

(2)  "Eligible  marketer"  means  one  of 
the  following: 

(i)  A  person  who  in  "the  60-day  period 
preceding  January  15,  1944  was  engaged 
in  the  business  of  marketing  and,  or 
broking  petroleum  products  covered  by 
this  regulation  and  was  maintaining  an 
office  therefor:  Provided,  however,  That 
a  seller  who  is  a  refiner,  a  manufacturer 
of  natural  gasoline,  the  operator  of  a 
bulk  plant  or  terminal,  or  who  is  the 
operator  of  a  facility  similar  to  the  fore- 
going, or  any  corporation  in  whole  or 
part  owning  or  owned  by  one  of  the 
foregoing  or  any  person  directly  or  in- 
directly affiliated  with  any  of  the  above 
shall  not  be  regarded  as  an  eligible 
marketer  under  this  provision. 

di)  A  person  who.  upon  written  appli- 
cation, has  been  granted  the  status  of 
eligible  marketer  by  written  order  of  the 
Administrator  or  his  duly  authorized 
representative.  Such  status  will  not  be 
granted  to  a  seller  who  is  a  refiner,  a 
manufacturer  of  natural  gasoUne,  the 
operator  of  a  bulk  plant  or  terminal,  or 
who  is  the  operator  of  a  facility  similar 
to  any  of  the  foregoing  or  to  any  corpo- 
ration in  whole  or  part  owning  or  owned 
by  one  of  the  foregoing,  or  any  person  di- 
rectly or  indirectly  affiliated  with  any 
of  the  above. 

3.  Section  1.14  (ki  »2'  rs  amended  to 
read  as  follows: 

(2)  "Eligible  broker"  means  one  of  the 
following: 

(\)  A  person  who  in  the  60-day  period 
preceding  January  15,  1944  was  engaged 
In  the  business  of  marketing  and  or 
broking  petroleum  products  covered  by 
this  regulation  and  was  maintaining  an 
office  therefor,  provided  however,  that  a 
seller  who  is  a  refiner,  a  manufacturer 
of  natural  gasoline,  the  operator  of  a 
bulk  plant  or  terminal,  or  who  is  the 
operator  of  a  facility  similar  to  the  fore- 
going, or  any  corporation  in  whole  or 
part  owning  or  owned  by  one  of  the  fore- 
going or  any  person  directly  or  indi- 
rccily  affiliated  with  any  of  the  above 


shall    not    be   regarded    as    an    eligible 
broker  under  this  provision. 

(ii)  A  person  who,  upon  written  ap- 
plication, has  been  granted  the  status  of 
eligible  broker  by  written  order  of  the 
Administrator  or  his  duly  authorized 
representative.  Such  status  will  not  be 
granted  to  a  seller  who  is  a  refiner,  a 
manufacturer  df  natural  gasoline,  the 
operator  of  a  bulk  plant  or  terminal,  or 
who  is  the  operator  of  a  facility  similar 
to  the  foregoing  or  to  any  corporation  in 
whole  or  part  owning  or  owned  by  one 
of  the  foregoing,  or  any  person  directly 
or  indirectly  affiliated  with  any  of  the 
above. 

4.  Section  2.11  tb)  is  amended  to  read 
as  follows: 

(b)  East  St.  Lot/is— <1 1  Range  oil: 
maximum  tank  wagon  prices.  The  max- 
imum tank  wagon  prices  for  range  oil. 
stove  oil  or  heater  oil  for  the  bulk  plant 
points  of  East  St.  Louis.  Illinois,  and  the 
circuit  points  and  rural  tcrrit-ories  served 
from  such  plant  or  plants  shall  be  as 
follows: 

Cents 
■per  gallon 

In  quantities  of  less  than  25  gallons 8  9 

In  quantities  of  as  much   as  25  gallon-s 

but  less  than   100  gallons 8  3 

In  quantities  of  100  gallons  or  over 7,9 

(2)  No.  5  fuel  oil — tij  Maximum  deliv- 
ered at  destination  tank  car  price. 
Within  the  City  of  East  St.  Louis  the  max- 
imum delivered  at  destination  tank  car 
price  for  No.  5  fuel  oil  to  tank  wagon  re- 
sellers who  receive  delivery  either  in  tank 
cars  or  motor  transports  shall  be  3.8<-  per 
gallon. 

(ii>  Maximum  tank  wagon  price. 
Within  the  City  of  East  St.  Louis  the 
maximum  tank  wagon  price  for  No.  5 
fuel  oil  shall  be  5.4c  per  gallon. 

5.  The  heading  of  section  2.11  td'  '3) 
is  amended  to  read  as  follows: 

i3)  F.  o.  b.  refineries  on  sales  to- re- 
sellers '  171  the  Metropolitan  Chicago 
Area.' 

6.  The  heading  of  section  2,12  <b>  ^3) 
Is  amended  to  read  as  follows: 

(3 1  F.  o.b.  refineries  on  sales  to  resell- 
ers '  in  the  Metropolitan  Chicago  Area.^ 

7.  Section  2.23  (a>  is  amended  to  read 
as  follows: 

(a)  St.  Louis — (1)  Range  oil;  maxi- 
mum tank  wagon  prices.  The  maximum 
tank  wagon  prices  for  range  oil.  stove 
oil  or  heater  oil  for  the  bulk  plant  points 
of  St.  Louis,  Missouri,  and  the  circuit 
points  and  rural  te'rritories  served  from 
such  plant  or  plants  shall  be  as  follows: 

Cent^ 
per  gallon 

In  quantities  of  less  than  25  gallons 8,  9 

In  quantities  of  as  much  as  25  gallon.s 

but  less  than  100  gallons 8  3 

In  quantities  of  100  gallons  or  over 7  9 

(2)  No.  5  fuel  oil — (i)  Maximum  de- 
livered at  destination  tank  car  price. 
Within  the  City  of  St.  Louis  the  maxi- 
mum delivered  at  destination  tank  car 
price  for  No.  5  fuel  oil  to  tank  wagon 
resellers  who  receive  delivery  either  in 
tank  cars  or  motor  transports  shall  be 
3.8^  per  gallon. 


(iii  Maximum  tank  wagon  price. 
Within  the  City  of  St.  Louis  the  maxi- 
mum tank  wagon  price  for  No.  5  fuel 
oil  shall  be  5.4<*  per  gallon. 

8.  In  section  3  4,  footnote  6  is  added 
for  Price  Area  F  to  read  as  follows; 

'Tills  price  shall  not  be  applicable  en 
salcb  to  tank  wagon  resellers  located  in  St. 
Louis,  Missouri,  or  Easi  Si,  Louis.  lUuiols. 
Maximum  shipjiing  point  prices  to  such 
tank  wagon  resellers  mu,?t  be  tiled  without 
regard  to  the  other  pro\isions  of  this  regu- 
lation In  accordance  v^'.Xh  the  requlreme:i;s 
of  section  8.3  of  this  regulation. 

9.  In  sections  4.3  'a  I  i3i.4.16iai  (2'. 
4  16  <b»  •2).4,41  (a  •  <2t  and  4.41  ibt  (2'. 
each  of  the  footnotes  numbered  2  and  3 
are  amended  to  read  as  indicated  below: 

-  Class  2  purchasers  are  resellers  not  in- 
cluded in  Clas-s   1   e' ccpt   airport   dealers, 

■'  Class  3  purcha.'^i'rp  are  con.sumers  not  in- 
cluded in  Class  1  and  airport  dealers. 

10.  Section  4.5  'c  <  is  amended  as  fol- 
lows: 

a.  In  the  table  of  prices  the  following 
tank  wagon  area  is  added  to  the  list  of 
tank  wagon  areas  and  the  following 
prices,  applicable  as  indicated  to  the 
added  tank  wagon  area,  are  added,  in 
the  order  indicated,  to  the  respv-ctive 
columns  of  prices. 

Padroni 11.5     10  0     90 

11.  Section  5.1  <e)  (3'  is  added  to 
read  as  follows: 

(3)  Range,  stoi'c,  or  heater  oil.  No.  1 
prime  white  distillate  ifuel  oil'.  No.  1 
straw  fuel  oil.  No.  2  fuel  oil  and  No.  2 
fuel  oil.  In  the  above  states  i  except  in 
the  .southern  peninsula  of  Michigan  and 
in  the  Metropolitan  Chicago  Area,  as  said 
area  is  defined  in  section  5.1  <e)  <li  'iii' 
above  i .  a  supplier's  maximum  delivered- 
at-destination  tank  car  prices  (exclusive 
of  any  applicable  taxes  incident  to  the 
sale  of  such  products'  for  range,  stove 
or  heater  oil.  No.  1  prime  white  distillate 
(fuel  oil).  No.  1  straw  fuel  oil.  No.  2 
fuel  oil  and  No.  3  fuel  oil  delivered  in 
tank  cars  and  transport  trucks  shall  be 
as  set  forth  below,  except  that  the  sum 
of  ^ 8  of  a  cent  per  gallon  may  bc^  added 
by  an  eligible  marketer. 

(i>  Tank  wagon  resellers;  contract 
buyers.  If  on  October  1.  1941  there  was 
a  written  contract  in  effect  extending 
over  a  period  of  not  less  than  one  year 
for  deliveries  by  a  supplier  to  a  lank 
wagon  reseller,  then  the  particular  sup- 
plier's maximum  delivered-at -destina- 
tion price  to  such  reseller  shall  be  de- 
termined in  accordance  with  the  pro- 
visions of  section  5.2  and  Article  VI  or 
.shall  be  established  pursuant  to  section 
8.3. 

(ii)  Consumers  and  tank  wagon  re- 
sellers. If  (i'  is  inapplicable  any  sup- 
plier's maximum  dclivered-at-destma- 
tion  price  for  any  of  the  products  li^^Led 
below  (exclusive  of  any  applicable  taxes 
incident  to  the  sale  bv.t  not  the  trans- 
portation of  such  product  '  shall  be  the 
rail  rate  of  transportation  for  the  prod- 
uct as  of  October  1,  1941,  from  Tulsa, 
Oklahoma,  to  the  particular  destination 
plus  the  amount  designated  below  for 
the  particular  product: 


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X.=l.=; 


3,3.>4  FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3, 

Ccnt^  1.  Section  8  is  amended  to  read  as  fol- 

Product                               P*"""  gallon  lows: 

Ran^e,  stove  or  heater  oil T'to^R  Sec       B.  Adjustment      of      viaximum 

No.  1  pnme  while  disiiUaie  (fuel  oil).  3.875  j^^p^_,a,    ^y^p„  adjustments  may  be 

No   2';ueror"'' ^3  625  granted.     Either  upon    application    for 

No   3  fuel  oil                                     -  3  50  adjustment  in  accordance  with  Revised 
_      .               ^o^    oc  Procedural  Regulation  1.  or  on  his  own 
12    Section    6  2    (d'     is    amended    as  motion,  the  Price  Administrator  may  ad- 
to\\ov,s:  just  a  processor's  maximum  price  estab- 
In  I  lie  unnumbered  pr.ragraph  which  ^.^^^^^  j^^.  ^^^  ^^^^  ^^^^^  ^j^j^,  supplement 
follows     the     he^dint;     the     words      'or  ^^ere  it  appears  that: 
Article   n-Jtre   in'^"ited   to   follow   the  ^^^   ^^^  maximum  price  is  below  the 
fipure  "7  4."  general  level  of  prices  prevailing  for  the 
13.  Srction    6  5    (c>     is    amended    as  ^^^^^  ^^  similar  items  sold  to  the  same 
follows;  pijjj.^  of  purchasers  by  other  proce.ssors; 
In  the  unnumbered  paraRraph  which  ^^^    ^^^^  maximum  price  is  such  as  to 
fallows     the     hcaain^;     the     words       oi  threaten  to  prevent  his  con- 
Article   IV;   are   in.serted    to    foilow    the  P'^^^^p.^Vuction  of  the  item; 
fi'iure    7  4.  1 3  >    An  inciea.se  in  the  maximum  price 
This  amendment  shall  become  efTective  ^,|]j  (.t^^)Jl(>  him  to  continue  production; 
April  7.  1945.  ,4)   The  loss  of  his  production  would 
Issued  this  2d  d  ly  of  April  1945.  result  in  consum.ers  having  to  pay  hiv^her 
CHESTER  BOWLES,  Pnces    for    the    same    or    for    the    most 
Administrator.  nearly  similar  item  available. 

(5i   In  the  judgment  of  the  Price  Ad- 

ll'     H    D--.-.   45  ''269,    F:!' d.    Ap:     2     194');  ministrator  an  increase  in  his  maximum 

11  47  a   m  I  puce  would,  under  vM  the  circum.stances. 

be  in  furtherance  of  the  purposes  of  the 

Part  1351— Food  \nd  Food  Products  Emergency  Price  Control  Act  of  1942.  as 

\rmpr  2f,8     ^vmdt    11,  amended,  the  Stabilization  Act  of  1942. 

IRMPR  268,   Amdt.  11,  ^^  amended,  and  Executive  Orders  9250 

SALES   OF    CERT.>IN    PERISH.\BLE    FOOD  ^^^  ^^^S 

COMMODITIES  AT   RETAIL  ^ ^ J   Amuunt     of     adjustment.       The 

A  statement  of  the  considerations  in-  maximum  price  as  adjusted  under  this 

volved  in  the  i.ssuance  of   this  amend-  section  shall  in  no  event  exceed  the  gen- 

ment,    i.vsued    simultaneously    herewith.  ^j-al   level   of    prices    prevailing   for   the 

ha.s  be<^n  filed  with  the  Division  of  the  jj^^^e  or  similar  items  of  flour  mixes  .sold 

Federal  Regi.^lcr.  to  the  same  class  of  purchasers  by  other 

Revi.sed    Maximum    Price    Reptulation  processors.     Subject   to  this   limitation 

No.    268   is   amended    in    the    following  and  the  limitation  of  paragraph  (ai  *5'. 

respects:  the  adjusted  maximum  price  shall  not 

1  Sections  13  -b).  13  <c.   and  15  (a)  exceed  the  following  amount. 
o,ho^Ph°  revoked  '!»   Processing  costs  for  the  item,   if 

2  Thfilem  -ect"  listed  under  Food  the  apphcant  had  any  net  profit  (before 
r^  t^T^^Hu  M.,  10  in  ADD-ndix  A  is  income  and  excess  piofiLs  taxes '  on  his 
Commodity    Nl..    10   in    Appendix   a    is  jj^^^^.  ^^^  operations  during  his  most  re- 

'^^^    'Tiip  HfflniMon  of  'esigs'  or  "shell  cent  fiscal  period; 

hen  eT^^  "  unc^^Appendix  A   paragraph  <  2  •   Total  costs  of  the  item  if  the  ap- 

h     nn,  is  rie  rted  PH'^ant  had  no  net  profit  (before  income 

.  b  ^   (10  '  IS  df  h  ted.  y^^  ^^^^^^^  p^.^^^^  ^^^^^  ,  Q^  j^j^  j^o^„.  ,„,x 

This  amendment  shall  become  cfTec-  operations  during  his  most  recent  fi  cul 

tivo  April  7,  1945,  period. 

Issued  this  2d  dav  of  April  1945.  ic  >    Cost  definitiohs.     (V    "Processing 

■Q^,.-,..c  costs"  ,';hall  be  determined  per  unit   to 

CHESTER  BOWLES  include  actual  costs  (not  to  exceed  max- 

Admvustrator.  ^^^^^  ^^^.^^^  ^^^  j^^^..^^  ^.^g,3 ,    of   -p 

Approved:  March  26,  1945.  ingredients.     (ii»     packaging    materials. 

(iii>  direct  labor,  dv^  indirect  labor,  iv 

r''^7;"v'/nw  War  Foorf  incoming  transportation,   (vi)    outgoing 

' ^i,^;,  ■    m/oJ^  transportation  if  sold  on  a  delivered  ba- 

AdmUusnator.  ^.^^     ^^..^     depreciation,     (viii.     factory 

\l     n     Doc     4,1  5271;    Filed,    Apr    2,    1945;  rental,  < ix •   insurance  and  (x)   all  other 

11  48  u   in  I  POJ.J  factors  genera,lly  pertaining  to  proc- 

essing  operations,  but  shall  not  'nclude 

P\RT  1351— Food  ^^'D  Food  Products  general  administrative  and  selling  costs. 

IFFR  1   Anuu.  2  to  supp.  3-1  (2)   "Total  costs"  shall  be  determined 

by  adding  to  processinp  costs  general  ad- 

PRtPAPED  FLOUR  MIXES  mlnistraLive  and  selUng  costs. 

A  statement  of  the  considerations  in-  ^    section  10  is  amended  to  read  as 

volved  in  the  issuance  of  this  amend-  foUows- 

ment    has    been    issued    simultaneously  "^  '                        ^ .   ..      ,,             <*«). 

ment  3,  is  amended  in  the  following  le-  ^^^^^^  ^^o  has  a  maximum  price  subject 

>pect>:  ^0   this  supplement,   or  within   twenty 

„   ,,o-=  days  after  a  maximum  price  has  been  es- 

8  FR    6129,  7116    7861,  7592,  8682,  9366.  ^^^^jj^^ed    in   the  manner   explained   in 

'''"  FR°  67^13758.  section  9  (a  >  or  11  (J>  of  this  supplement, 


1945 

shall  report  by  letter  to  the  Offlce  of  Price 
Administration.  Washington,  D.  C,  as 
follows: 

<a»  A  description  of  each  item,  nam- 
ing the  brand,  kind  of  mix.  package  type 
and  s'ze.  including  bulli  siZe. 

( b »  The  price  to  each  class  of  customer 
to  which  the  item  is  .sold,  whether  t'lf 
price  IS  f.  o.  b.  or  delivered,  and  if  f.  o.  b., 
the  shipping  point. 

ici  The  regulation  under  which  Ih-' 
price  was  determined. 

This  amendment  shall  become  effec- 
tive April  7,  1945. 

Note  All  reporting  and  record-keeping  re- 
QUiremcnts  of  thi.s  umencnncnt  have  b'en 
approved  by  the  Bureau  of  the  Bi;dget  In  ac- 
cordance with  the  Ffdernl  Report-s  Act  of  1912 

Issued  this  2d  day  of  April  1945. 

James  G.  Rogers.  Jr.. 
Acting  Administrator. 

|F,    R     Doc.    45-5279;     Filed,    Apr.    2,     1915, 
11  .50  a    in  1 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


3555 


Part  1351 — Food  and  Food  Products 
IRMPR  289,'  Amdt    23) 

DAIRY    PRODUCTS 

A  statement  of  the  considerations  in- 
volved in  the  issuance  of  this  amend- 
ment, issued  simultaneously  herewith, 
lias  been  filed  with  the  Division  of  the 
Federal  Register. 

Revised  Maximum  Price  Regulation 
289  is  amended  in  the  following  respects; 

1.  Section  27  (c)  is  added  to  read  as 
follows: 

<e>  Maximum  prices  for  "Switzerland 
Su-iss  cheese" — <1'  Sales  by  ■ciporicr.<, 
primary  wholesalers,  secondary  whoL- 
salers  and  service  wholesalers — (i)  I>j 
New  York  City.  The  maximum  price  !■  r 
the  sale  of  "Switzerland  Swiss  chee-t  " 
delivered  at  any  place  in  New  York  Ci'v 
shall  be  the  appropriate  price  set  fcrt!. 
in  Table  E  below: 

Table  E 

(In  cents  per  pound) 
Sales  and  dcliifrics  by       Cents   per   pcinul 

Exporters $0  48 '4. 

Primary  wholesalers..    SO  49 '4  per  lb.  for  f.fles 

of  more  than  1  tub 
or    1    box 

$0  40^4  per  lb  for 
.•iales  of  1  tub  or 
less,  or  1  box  or  less 

$0  50'^  per  lb.  irr 
salefi  of  one  \vh<  >  : 
or  blocK.. 

f  0  50^4  per  lb.  for 
sales  of  100  lb.=    or 

1"FS. 

Secondary  \vholesaler.s    $04914     per     lb,     for 

sales  of  more  than 
1   tub  or  1  bcx. 

$0  50^4  per  lb.  for 
Foles  of  1  tub  or 
less  or  1  box  or  less 

$0  51 '4  per  lb  for 
sales  of  one  wheel 
or    block. 

$0  51^4     per     lb      fcr 
sales  of   100  lb.s.  or 
les6 
Service  wholesalers —    $0  57^4 


jg  FR    5140.   5427,   5429.   5588,   6917.   5910 
5921     6105,    7699.    10090,    10579,    10871,    11171, 
13057    13630,  14288,  14292.  14339;   10  FH,  25u. 


(ii)  Outside  New  York  City.  The  max- 
imum price  for  the  sale  of  "Switzerland 
Swiss  cheese"  delivered  at  any  place  out- 
side New  York  City  shall  be  the  appro- 
priate price  set  forth  in  Table  E  above, 
plus  a  "transportaton  factor."  A 
"transportation  factor"  means  the  low- 
est published  railroad  carlot  freight  rate 
per  pound,  gross  weight,  from  New  York 
City  to  the  plflce  of  delivery  mtiltiplied 
by  1.15.  In  calculating  the  "transporta- 
tion factor"  the  Sr'r  transportation  tax 
impo.sed  by  section  20  of  the  Revenue  Act 
of  1945  shall  be  included. 

(21  General  provisions.  (\>  The  pro- 
visions of  paragraphs  <b)  (2).  (b)  <3>, 
(b»  <5).  (b)  181.  (O  (2),  (c)  (3).  (c) 
i4».  (c^  <5),  'c>  t6»,  (c)  (7).  (c»  <8) 
fiiit  and  id)  of  this  section  27  shall  apply 
lo  this  paragraph  (e)  establishing  maxi- 
mum prices  for  sales  of  "Switzerland 
Swiss  cheese". 

iii»  The  provisions  of  paragrr.ph  <c) 
(1)  of  this  section  27  5.hall  apply  to  this 
paragraph  (e)  except  that  a  "primary 
v.holesaler"  is  defined  as  a  person  who 
purchases  cheese  from  an  exporter. 

(iii)  The  maximum  prices  established 
for  exporters  arc  for  cheese,  duty  paid, 
and  delivered  to  the  United  States  at  the 
seller's  expense. 

(iv)  "Switzerland  Swis§  cheese"  is 
Swiss  cheese  meeting  the  requirements 
of  paragraph  <ci  <8t  <iii>  of  this  sec- 
tion which  has  been  imported  from 
Switzerland  and  which  is  marked  in  the 
following  manner:  On  both  flat  sides  of 
each  wheel  is  stamped  in  the  middle  with 
vegetable  dye  the  designations  "Made  In 
Switzerland"  and  "Switzerland  cheese." 
The  entire  surfaces  of  each  flat  side  shall 
be  imprinted  with  the  designation  "Swit- 
zerland" approximately  3'4  inches  long 
and  consisting  of  letters  ranging  in 
heights  from  about  'a"  in  the  center  of 
the  wheel  to  about  ' 2"  at  the  outer  edge 
of  the  wheel.  The  designation  "Swit- 
zerland shall  be  imprinted  in  radial 
form  in  a  series  of  concentric  circles. 
The  rim  of  each  wheel  shall  be  burnt 
twice  with  the  designation  "Switzerland." 

This  amendment  shall  become  efTective 
April  7,  1945. 

Is.sued  this  2d  day  of  April  1945. 

Chester  Bowles, 

Administrator. 

[F     R      Doc.    45-5274:     Filed,     Apr.    2,     1945; 
11 :49  a.  m.l 


Part    1364— Fresh.    Cured    and    C.\nned 

Meat  and  Fish  Products 

[MPR  579,'  Amdt,  2] 

CERTAIN  SPECIES  OF  FRESH  AND  FROZEN  FISH 
AND    SEAFOOD 

A  Statement  of  the  considerations  in- 
volved in  the  issuance  of  this  amend- 
ment has  been  issued  simultaneously 
herewith  and  filed  with  the  Division  of 
the  Federal  Register. 

Maximum  Price  Regulation  No.  579  Is 
amended  in  the  following  respects: 

1.  In  section  101  (b).  Table  IB. 
Schedule  No.  13  is  amended  to  read  as 
follows: 


Sched.  no. 

Bpectes 

Item 

no. 

etyle  of  dressing 

Eize 

I 

" 

III 

IV 

V 

13      

Roseflsh:" 
(Apr-Sept) 

1 
2 

Fillc'ls 

Fillets 

.\1! 

All 

.... 

24 

■-■74 

28»* 

(Oct-Mar)  

;<o 

— 

2.  In  section  lO.I  (b),  at  the  end  of 
Table  IB,  footnote  1  is  amended  to  read 
as  follows: 

^  No  processor  shall  sell  rosefish  fillets  be- 
tween October  1  and  April  1  on  the  basB 
of  the  winter  prices  (Item  2)  until  he  shall 
have  sold  on  the  basis  of  the  summer  prices 
( Item  1 )  an  amount  equal  to  his  inventory 
at  the  close  of  business  on  the  last  business 
day  in  September. 

A  wholesaler  must  sell  on  the  basis  of  the 
summer  prices  (Item  1)  all  frozen  roseflsh 
fillets  bought  en  the  basis  of  the  summer 
prices    (Item    1). 

A  processor  may  sell  or  deliver  rosefish  fil- 
lets frozen  between  October  1  and  April  1.  on 
the  basis  of  the  prices  listed  lor  Item  2 
through  April  7.  A  wholesaler  who  buys  such 
rosefish  fillets  may  sell  them  on  the  basis  of 
the  prices  listed  lor  Item  2  through  April  14, 

All  other  sales  of  rosefish  fillets  must  be 
made  on  the  basis  of  the  summer  prices 
(Item  1 1. 


This  amendment  shall  become  effective 
April  1,  1945. 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

James  G.  Rogers.  Jr.. 
Acting  Administrator. 

IF.   R.   Doc.    45-5239;    Filed,    Mar.    31,    1^*4'.; 
4:57  p.  m.J 


P.^bt  1388 — Defense-Rental  Areas 
[Housing,'  Amdt    521 

HOUSING 

Item  82  is  amended  and  Items  80b,  81a, 
and  81b  are  added  to  Schedule  A  of  the 
Rent  Regulations  for  Housing  to  read  as 
follows: - 


1  '1  f'-n'^f'-iciit'il  P.rert 


?!att 


Couiuy  or  couiitn's 
in  dcfrnsi'-rmlsil 
iirca  LimliT  tri.t 
n  t'u  1st  1(1  !i  (cr 
tiuusin.c 


Maiiiiiiirn 
Hilt  liste 


KiTcclive 

lialc  of 

n  ^'ulrtlion 


I      Datr  by 

I  whiili  ri'F!<- 

tral  I'll 
<     ?t»trrr.iiit 

1       In   t.,    fll.M 

(inclii'^ivi 


(>ot.:  l?l:i(kfo<,f  Mahn... 

(Slai  lilaho  KmIU..    ..   l.i.-ihn  .. 

i^]h     Nan^pa-Csl'lwill..- ,  Idaho... 

(^2i  I'oMli-llo I  Idaho... 


nmcliam  . 

lilllllllVilli- 

Canyon 
Bannock.  - 


.1  Jan,  1,  11»44 

'  .Mar,  1,  l'.J-t4 

I  ,Tan,  1,  IW-i 

.Mar,  1.  \^2 


Apr. 

l.l'-'-l.- 

Mav  1.',  im'. 

Apr. 

1.1  v»4.' 

N!av  ],'..  194'. 

Ai>r. 

].  IW 

-Mav   1.'.,  PM-. 

Uit. 

1,  \^2 

Nov,  1,'i,  194:' 

This  amendment  shall  become  effec- 
tive April  1,  1945. 

Note:  All  reporting  and  record-keeping  re- 
quirements of  this  amendment  have  been 
approved  in  accordance  with  the  Federal  Re- 
ports Act  of  1942. 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

James  G.  Rogers,  Jr.. 
Acting  Administrator. 

|F.   R.   Doc.   45  5246;    Filed,    Mar.   31.    1945; 
4:58  p.  m.) 


not  apply  to  the  housing  accommoda- 
tions in  the  Los  Angeles  Defense-Rental 
Area  and  in  the  Madison,  Wisconsin  De- 
fense-Rental Area. 

Tliis  amendment  shall  become  effec- 
tive April  1.  1945. 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

James  G.  Rogers,  Jr., 
Acting  Administrator. 

|F    P.   Doc    45-5241:    Filed,   Mar.   31,    ]1'45; 
4  57  p.  m.| 


Part  1388 — Defense-Rental  Areas 

I  Housing,"    Amdt.    53] 
HOUSING 

Section  1  (b)  (6)  (ii)  of  the  Rent  Reg- 
ulation for  Housing  is  amended  to  read 
as  follows: 

(ii)  Exception  from  exemption.  The 
provisions  of  section  1  (b)    (6)   (i)  shall 


Part  1388— Defense-Rental  Areas 

1  Hotels  and  Rooming  Houses,-  Amdt.  48] 
HOTELS    AND    ROOMING    HOUSES 

Item  82  is  amended  and  Items  80b.  81a, 
and  81b  are  added  to  Schedule  A  of  the 
Rent  Regulation  for  Hotels  and  Rooming 
Houses  to  read  as  follows: 


County  or  coumu's 
m  dcfrii.sp-rfntal 
area  undiT  nTlI 
1  .c  iila  I  ion  for 
tiolcl<andn->onnng 

hoU.^C'S 


Maxiiuimi 
lent  datt 


EfTictive 

dati-  oi 
rt  ^'illaliou 


Dalf  by 
which  r«'iri.s- 

t  ration 
KtniciiK'nt 
t  1  '"  filed 
(.:uliiMVi-l 


(sob.  Hlackfoot    

C-la)    Idaho  Fb11.«  

(slbj  Nanipa-CaldwcU 
(S2l     rocatdlo 


Idaho. 

liliiho.. 

Id.iho.. 

Idaho.. 


Hnudiam .bm.    1   '"'t' 

H.^iin.  vdlf i  Mar,  \.VMi 

Canvun.-. --...  -^an,     1.  bi44 

Biiiiliofk '■  Mai.  J   l'^"12 


Apr, 
A|.r. 
Apr 
Oct, 


1,  li'4.-   May  1.X194S 
J,  llH.^i  I  -May  l.'i,  \M'< 


1.  IM'' 
1,  1912 


.Mnv  l.'i,  IM,"! 
Nov.  1:..  1912 


'  10  FR.  2300,  2684. 
No.  66 7 


'9  FR  11335,  11541,  11010,  11797,  12414,  12866,  12967.  14060.  14357.  15060.  14987,  15155; 
10  FR  48.  160.  330,  655.  1102,  1452,  1973.  2401,  2402.  2685,  2973, 

•9  F.R.  11335,  11541,  11610.  11797,  12414,  12866,  12967,  14060,  14357,  15060,  14987,  16155; 

=  9  FR.  11322,' 11640,  11610,  11787,  12414.  12866,  12967.  14059,  14238.  14357,  14238.  15059, 
15156;  10  FJl.  47,  160,  380,  655,  1102,  1462,  2404,  2406,  2684. 


3.V)6 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


This  amendment  shall  become  effective 
April  1,  1945. 

Note;  All  reporting  and  record-keeping  re- 
QUiremcnts   of   this   amendment  have   been 


(8)  Idaho,  Idaho,  That  portion  of  the  State 
of  Idaho  not  designated  prior  to  October  6, 
1942  by  the  Price  Administrator  aa  part  of 
any  defenae-rental  area,  except  the  counties 
of  Ada.  Canyon,  and  Elmore. 


Sec. 
8.1 
8.2 
83 


AXTICLZ  III — PROHIBrrn)  ACTS 


«-«-  1  .1 11 


Discrimination. 
False  statements  or  entries. 
Transfers  in  violation  of  Restriction  O' 
der  14. 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


3557 


has  already  obtained  from  the  Director 
authorization  to  acquire  shortening  for 
use  during  such  period.  Applications  for 
.such  authorization  shall  be  made  in 
writing,  specifying  the  amount  of  short- 


required  to  be  filed  or  kept  by  him  under 
this  order. 

Sec.  3.3  Transfers  in  violation  of  Re- 
striction Order  No.  14.  No  importer, 
wholesaler    or    retailer    shall    transfer 


the  ownership  or  possession  of  shorten- 
ing from  one  person  to  another. 

(jt  "Consumer"  means  any  person  ac- 
quiring shortening  for  personal  use  or 
consumption. 


3.>')6 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  AprU  3,  1945 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


SooT 


This  amendment  shall  become  effective 
April  1,  1945. 

Note:  All  reporting  and  record -keeping  re- 
quirements of  this  amendment  have  been 
approved  In  accordance  with  the  Federal  Re- 
ports Act  of  1942. 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

James  G.  Rogers,  Jr., 
Acting  Administrator. 

IF    R.    Doc.   45-5245;    PUed,   Mar.   31.    1945; 
4:58  p.  m.| 


Part  1388 — Defense  Rental  Areas 

I  Hotels  and  Rooming  Houses,'  Amdt.  49] 
HOTELS   AND   ROOBinNG   HOUSES 

Section  1  (b)  (7)  di'  of  the  Rent 
Regulation  for  Hotels  and  Rooming 
Houses  is  amended  to  read  as  follows: 

(ill  Exception  from  exemption.  The 
provisions  of  section  1  (b)  (7)  (ii)  shall 
not  apply  to  rooms  in  the  Los  Angeles 
Defense -Rental  Area  and  In  the  Madison. 
Wisconsin  Defense-Rental  Area. 

This  amendment  shall  become  effective 
April  1.  1945. 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

James  O.  Rogers.  Jr.. 
Acting  Administrator. 

|F     R     EKK     45-5242:    Filed,    Mar.    31.    1945; 
4:57   p.  m.) 


Part  1388 — Defense-Rental  Areas 

I  Designation  and  Rent  Declaration  27.- 
Amdt.  8) 

DESIGNATION   OF    AREAS   AND    RENT   DECLARA- 
TIONS  RELATING   TO   SUCH  AREAS 

In  §  1388.1301  of  Designation  and  Rent 
Eteclaratlon  27,  Item  3  is  amended,  and 
Items  25.  26  and  27  are  added  to  read  as 
follows : 
(3)   Pocatello,  Idaho,  County  of  Bannock. 

(25)  Power  County,  Idaho.  County  of  Power. 

(26)  Blackfoot,  Idaho.  County  of  Bingham. 

(27)  Idaho  Falls,   Idaho,  County   of  Bonne- 

ville. 

This  amendment  shall  become  effec- 
tive April  1,  1945, 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

James  O.  Rogers,  Jr., 
Acting  Administrator. 

IF     R.    Doc.    46-5243;    Piled,    Mar.    31.    1945; 
4:57  p.  m.l 


Part  1388 — Defense-Rental  Areas 

[Designation   and  Rent  Declaration  31.» 
Amdt.  311 

DESIGNATION   OF    AREAS   AND    RENT   DECLARA- 
TIONS  RELATING   TO  SUCH   AREAS 

In  §  1388.1341  of  Designation  and  Rent 
Declaration  31.  Item  8  Is  amended  and 
Item  164  is  added  to  read  as  follows: 


(8)  Idaho,  Idaho,  That  portion  oX  the  State 
of  Idaho  not  designated  prior  to  October  6, 
1942  by  the  Price  Administrator  as  part  ot 
May  defense-rental  area,  except  the  cotintles 
of  Ada,  Canyon,  and  Elmore. 

(164)  Nampa-Caldwell,  Idaho,  Canyon. 

This  amendment  shall  become  effective 
April  1,  1945. 

Issued  thia  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

Jamzs  G.  Rogers,  Jr., 
Acting  Administrator. 

[F.  R.  Doc.  45-5244;  PUed,  Mar.  31,  1945: 
4:58  p.  m.] 


■9  FR  11322,  11540,  11610,  11787,  12414, 
12866.  12967.  14059.  14357,  14238,  16069,  15156; 
10  FR  47,  160,  655,  330,  1102.  1462. 

»7  FR  4232;  8  PR.  1228,  1748,  9021,  10764. 
14687.  9  FR  3231.  12866 

»9  FR  6823.  6915.  7329.  7431.  9265.  981?, 
n.'>40.  11798,  12866,  14061,  15058,  16156;  10  FR. 
1103,  2406. 


Part  1407 — Rationing  of  Pood  and  Pood 
Products 

[Rev.  RO  13.'  Amdt.  63  to  2d  Rev.  Bupp.  1] 
PROCESSED  FOODS 

Section  1407.1102  (O  (18)  Is  added  to 
read  as  follows: 

(18)  For  the  reporting  period  begin- 
ning April  29,  1945  and  ending  June  2. 
1945—4. 

This  amendment  shall  become  effec- 
tive April  6.  1945. 

Issued  this  2d  day  of  April  1945. 

Chester  Bowles, 
Administrator. 

[P.    R.    Doc.    45-5280;    Piled,    Apr.    2.     1945; 
11:50  a.  m.] 


Part  1407 — Rationing  of  Pood  and  Food 
Products 

[Restriction  Order  14] 

■HORTINING  restriction  order  for  PUERTO 
RICO 

Preamble:  All  the  information  ob- 
tained shows  that  the  stocks  of  shorten- 
ing In  the  Island  are  low.  At  the  same 
time  there  is  no  assurance  that  imports 
of  said  commodity  may  be  increased  ac- 
cordingly. The  result  Is  that  the  sup- 
plies of  shortening  in  Puerto  Rico  are 
not  sufficient  to  meet  the  normal  de- 
mand. By  restricting  the  transfer  of 
shortening  which  may  be  made  to  indus- 
trial and  institutional  users  and  limiting 
the  quantity  which  consumers  may  ac- 
quire of  said  commodity,  we  hope  that  an 
equitable  and  fair  distribution  will  be 
assured. 

AKTICLi:     I — HOW     SHORTENING     18     TIWNSr^ID 

Sec. 

1.1     Restriction  on  transfers  of  shortening. 
1J2     Bxceptlons  to  the  limitation  on  trans- 
fers of  shortening. 

ARTICLE    n — RIPORTS 

a  1  Importer's  and  wholesaler's  monthly  re- 
ports. 

2  2  An  Importer  may  not  transfer  shorten- 
ing If  he  does  not  file  his  monthly 
reports. 

8.8  A  wholesaler  may  not  acquire  or  trans- 
fer shortening  if  he  does  not  fUe  his 
monthly  reports. 


>0  PJR.  173.  908.  1181,  2091.  2290,  2563, 
1930  2947.  8580,  3707,  4542,  4605,  4607,  4883, 
6860.  8103.  6161.  6460,  7344.  7423.  7433,  9169, 
9170,  9266.  9278,  9896.  10264.  10877.  10876. 
11273,  11613.  11906,  11861.  12813,  12867,  14061. 
14643,  18002.  15054.  10  FR.  48.  776.  924. 


AXTiCLX  rn — paoHiarrED  acts 
Sec. 

8.1  Discrimination. 

8.2  False  statements  or  entries. 

8.3  Transfers  In  violation  of  Restriction  Or- 

der 14. 

8.4  Offer,   attempt  or  agreement   to   vlohfe 

tins  restriction  order. 

ARTICLE  rV — ENTORCIMENT 

4.1     Criminal  prosecution. 
4i     Suspension  order. 

ARTICU:  V— BCCPi:  OF  THIS  RESTWCTION    ORDEP. 

6.1     Territorial  llmltatlonn. 

ARTICLE    VI — DLTINITIONS 

6.1     Terms  explained. 

Authorttt:  i  1407.305  Issued  under  f>f\ 
Stat  23.  766;  Pub.  Law  383;  78th  Cong;  EO 
9260.  7  PR.  7871;  EO  9328.  8  PR.  4681;  WPB 
Dlr  1,  7  PR.  562;  WPB  Supp.  Dlr.  1^,  7  FR 
8731;  WFO  66.  9  FR.  4319;  WPO  68.  9  FK. 
4319;  2nd  Rev.  Gen.  Order  20,  8  F.R.  10917. 

ARTICLE    I — HOW    SHORTENING    IS    TRANS- 
FERRED 

Section  1.1  Restriction  on  transfers  ■ 
of  shortening — (at  How  shortening  :s 
transferred  to  retailers.  Unless  author- 
ized In  writing  by  the  Director,  no  im- 
porter or  whole.saler  shall  transit: 
shortening  to  any  person,  other  than  a 
retailer,  and  no  person,  except  a  retailer 
shall  accept  a  transfer  of  shortenini; 
from  an  Importer  or  wholesaler.  Nc 
importer  or  wholesaler  shall  tran.'.ffi 
shortening  to  a  retailer  and  no  retailt ; 
shall  accept  from  an  importer  or  whoh  - 
saler  a  transfer  of  shortening  in  con- 
tainers of  more  than  five  ( 5 )  poimd.s. 

(b)  How  shortening  is  transferred  to 
consumers.  Unless  authorized  in  writ- 
ing by  the  Director,  no  retailer  shall 
transfer  shortening  to  any  person  otln : 
than  a  consumer  and  no  person  excopi 
a  consumer  shall  accept  from  a  retailt-i 
a  transfer  of  shortening.  Provided.  Tha' 
no  retailer  shall  transfer  to  a  consume 
shortening  in  containers  of  morfe  Ih.iii 
five  (5^  pounds,  and  such  transfers  shall 
not  exceed  \4  of  a  pound  a  week  per  pt  i  - 
son.  However,  a  consumer  may  acl  a- 
an  agent  of  a  family  or  other  unit  in  tl.f 
purchase  of  a  quantity  of  shortening  n>t 
to  exceed  the  allotment  for  all  member^ 
of  such  family  or  unit  who  customarily 
eat  the  majority  of  the  meals  as  mem- 
ber of  such  family  or  unit.  Proud' d 
further,  That  no  retailer  shall  knowinuly 
transfer  shortening  to  a  consumer  w!v' 
has  obtained  his  weekly  quota  of  lartt 
pursuant  to  the  provisions  of  Re.<;tnc- 
tion  Order  No.  13  and  such  per.son  ."^han 
not  accept  a  transfer  of  shortening  from 
a  retailer. 

(c)  Hoic  shortening  is  transferred  io 
institutional  or  industrial  users.  InsU- 
tutional  or  industrial  users  who  mu^t  u.-^e 
shortening  in  the  performance  of  their 
services  may  be  authorized  by  the  Direc- 
tor to  acquire  a  quantity  of  shortenine 
Proxnded.  That  no  institutional  or  In- 
dustrial user  may  request  or  accept  an 
authorization  from  the  Director  to  ac- 
quire shortening  to  be  used  during  a 
specified  period  if  he  has  applied  for  and 
obtained  from  his  Local  Board  a  cer- 
tificate authorizing  him  to  acquire  lird 
to  be  used  during  such  period,  nor  shall 
he  apply  or  accept  from  his  Local  Board 
a  certificate  for  the  nurrhase  of  lard  to 
be  used  during  a  specified  period  If  he 


lias  already  obtained  from  the  Director 
authorization  to  acquire  shortening  for 
u.se  during  such  period.  Applications  for 
.^uch  authorization  shall  be  made  in 
writing,  specifying  the  amount  of  short- 
ening desired,  the  nature  and  volume 
of  the  business  if  an  industrip.l  user,  na- 
ture and  persofts  fed  In  the  institution 
if  an  in.stitutional  user,  and  that  his  pe- 
tition is  not  in  violation  of  section  1.1  *ci 
of  this  order.  Upon  receipt  of  such  ap- 
plications the  Director  may  take  such 
action  as  he  shall  deem  necessary  or  ap- 
propriate. 

Sec.  1.2  Exceptions  to  the  limitations 
on  transfers  of  shortening— ^ a)  Exempt 
agencies.  Nolhinp  in  this  restriction  or- 
der shall  be  construed  to  limit  the  quan- 
tity of  shortening  which  may  be  trans- 
ferred to  the  Army  and  Navy  of  the 
United  States,  United  States  Maritime 
Commission,  the  Panama  Canal,  the 
Coast  and  Geodetic  Survey,  the  Coast 
Guard  the  Civil  Aeronautics  Authority, 
the  National  Advisory  Commission  for 
Aeronautics  and  the  Office  of  Scientific 
Research  and  Development. 

(b>  Judicial  process.  Any  person  may 
acquire  shortening  pursuant  to  judicial 
process  or  under  the  supervision  of  a 
court  of  competent  .iuri-sdiction. 

ARTICLE   II— REPORTS 

Sec  2  1  Importer's  and  wholesaler's 
monthly  reports.  Every  importer  and 
wholesaler  must  prepare  in  duplicate  a 
monthly  report  on  Form  OPA  PR-R  208 
indicating  the  amount  of  shortening  re- 
ceived during  the  month,  name  of  his 
customers  of  said  commodity,  and  trans- 
fers of  shortening  made  to  each  one  of 
them  during  the  month  and  amount  of 
shortening  on  hand  at  the  end  of  the 
month.  The  oriKinal  of  said  report 
mu.st  be  filed  with  the  Office  of  Price 
Administration,  at  San  Juan.  Puerto 
Rico  and  the  duplicate  shall  be  kept  by 
the  importer  or  wholesaler  for  at  least 
six  months  after  the  restriction  on  short- 
ening has  been  lifted.  The  monthly  re- 
ports must  be  filed  not  later  than  the 
fifth  day  of  the  month  immediately  suc- 
ceeding the  period  reported. 

Sec  2.2  An  importer  may  not  trans- 
fer shortening  if  he  does  not  file  his 
monthly  reports.  An  Importer  who  does 
not  file  his  monthly  reports  within  the 
time  specified  In  this  order  shall  not 
thereafter  make  any  transfer  of  short- 
ening, unless  authorized  by  the  Director. 

Sec.  2.3  A  wholesaler  may  not  ac- 
quire or  transfer  shortening  if  he  does 
not  file  his  monthly  reports.  A  whole- 
saler who  does  not  file  his  monthly  re- 
ports within  the  time  specified  in  this 
order  shall  not  thereafter  transfer  or 
accept  the  transfer  of  shortening,  unless 
authorized  by  the  Director. 

ARTICLE  III — PROHIBITED  ACTS 

Sec  3.1  Discrimination.  No  import- 
er, wholesaler  or  retailer  shall  discrimi- 
nate in  the  transfer  of  shortening  among 
persons  entitled  to  receive  transfers 
under  this  order. 

Sec.  3.2  False  statements  or  entries. 
No  person  shall  make  any  false  state- 
ment or  entry  In  any  document  or  record 


required  to  be  filed  or  kept  by  him  under 
this  order. 

Sec  3.3  Transfers  in  violation  of  Re- 
striction Order  No.  14.  No  importer, 
wholesaler  or  retailer  shall  transfer 
i^^hortenlng  and  no  person  shall  accept 
the  transfer  of  shortening  except  in 
accordance  with  this  restriction  order. 

Sec.  3.4  Offer,  attempt  or  agreement 
to  violate  this  restriction  order.  No 
person  shall  offer,  solicit,  attempt  or 
agree  to  do  any  act  in  violation  of  this 
order. 

ARTICLE  IV — ENFORCEMENT 

.Sec.  4.1  Criminal  prosecution.  Any 
person  who  wilfully  performs  any  act 
prohibited  or  wilfully  fails  to  perform 
any  act  required  by  any  of  the  provisions 
of  this  restriction  order  may,  upon  con- 
viction, be  fined  not  more  than  $10,000 
or  imprisoned  for  not  more  than  one 
year,  or  both,  and  shall  be  subject 
to  such  other  penalties  or  actions  as  may 
be  prc-cribed  by  all  applicable  statutes. 

Sec  4.2  Suspension  orders.  Any 
person  who  violates  this  order  or  any 
other  order  issued  hereunder  may,  by 
administrative  suspension  order,  be  pro- 
hibited from  receiving  or  disposing  of 
shortening  or  any  other  rationed  com- 
modity. Proceedings  for  the  suspension 
order  shall  be  instituted  and  governed 
by  the  provisions  of  Procedural  Regula- 
tion No.  4  of  the  Office  of  Price  Adminis- 
tration. 

ARTICLE  V — scope  OF  THIS  RESTRICTION 
ORDER 

Sec  5. 1  Territorial  limitations. 
This  order  shall  apply  to  the  Territory 
of  Puerto  Rico. 

ARTICLE  VI — DEFINITIONS 

Sec  6.1  Tcrins  explained  when  used 
in  this  restriction  order.  The  terms: 
(a)  "Director"  means  the  Director  of 
the  Office  of  Price  Administration  for 
Puerto  Rico,  any  person  duly  authorized 
to  act  in  his  place,  or  any  person  to 
whom  he  may  delegate  his  authority  to 
act  hereunder. 

(b>  "Person"  means  any  individual, 
partnership,  corporation,  association, 
any  organization,  group  or  enterprise  or 
government  agency. 

(c)  "Importer"  means  any  person  who 
imports  shortening  into  the  Territory  of 
Puerto  Rico. 

(d)  "Wholesaler"  means  any  person 
who  transfers  shortening  to  any  person 
other  than  an  ultimate  consumer. 

(e)  "Retailer"  means  any  person  who 
sells  shortening  to  the  ultimate  con- 
sumer. 

(f)  "Industrial  user"  means  an  estab- 
lishment which  receives  shortening  for 
use  in  the  production,  manufacture, 
cooking  or  processing  of  any  food  for  sale 
or  service. 

(g)  "Institutional  user"  means  an 
establishment  which  receives  shortening 
to  feed  persons  housed  within  a  non- 
profit institution  such  as  hospital,  school, 
convent  or  prison,  etc. 

(h)  "Shortening"  means  standard 
shortening  or  hydrogenated  shortening. 

(i)  "Transfer"  means  sell,  lease,  lend, 
trade,  give,  ship  or  deliver  in  any  way 


the  ownership  or  possession  of  shorten- 
ing from  one  person  to  another. 

( j  1  "Consumer"  means  any  person  ac- 
quiring shortening  for  personal  use  or 
consumption. 

This  order  shall  become  effective  at 
6:01  a.  m.,  on  March  19.  1945. 

Note:  The  record  keeping  and  reporting 
requirements  of  this  order  have  been  ap- 
proved by  the  Bureau  of  the  Budget  in  ac- 
cordance with  the  Federal  Reports  Act  of 
1942. 

Issued  this  2d  day  of  April  1945. 
Sam  Gilstrap. 
Territorial  Director, 
Puerto  Rico. 
Approved: 

James  P.  Davis, 
Regional  Administrator, 
Region  IX. 

[F.    R.    Doc.    45-5281;    Filed.    Apr.    2.    1945; 
11:51  a.  m.] 


Part  1418 — Territories  and  Possessions 
|MPR  373,  Amdt.   137] 

PAPIO   in   HAWAII 

A  Statement  of  the  considerations  in- 
volved in  the  issuance  of  this  amend- 
ment, issued  simultaneously  herewith, 
has  been  filed  with  the  Division  of  the 
Federal  Register. 

Section  20.  Table  B,  is  amended  by 
changing  the  prices  listed  therein  of 
one  item  to  read  as  follows: 


Name 


I'apio      (small      ulua) 
luiider  Ui  lbs.) 


This  amendment  shall  become  effec- 
tive as  of  March  1,  1945. 
Issued   this   2d   day   of  April   1945. 

Chester  Bowles, 
Administrator. 

[F     R.    Doc.    45-5272;    Piled,    Apr.    2,    1945; 
11:48  a.  m.] 


Part  1418 — Territories  and  Possessions 

|MPR  373,  Amdt.  138] 
onions    and    potatoes    in    HAWAII 

A  Statement  of  the  considerations  in- 
volved in  the  issuance  of  this  amend- 
ment issued  simultaneously  herewith, 
has  been  filed  with  the  Division  of  the 
Federal  Register.  „,  ,  ^   ,,. 

The  table  following  section  21  (c)  (1) 
Is  amended  by  changing  the  wholesale 
maximum  price  of  Potatoes,  white,  from 
"$4  90  per  100  lb.  bag"  to  "$5.10  per  100 
lb  bag",  by  deleting  the  item  "Onions, 
dry,  all  colors",  and  by  adding  a  new 
"onion"  item  to  read  as  follows: 


Wholesale 

maxiniuni 

jirlc* 


Retail 
niaxtiBum 

pnee 


Onions,      dry, 
brown. 


Australian 


J4  i)er  50  lb. 
bag. 


$1'  11     \«T 
lb. 


35^38 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  AprU  3,  1945 


This  amendment  shall  become  effective 
as  of  March  16.  1945. 

Is.sued  this  2d  day  of  April   1945. 

Chester  Bowles. 
Administrator. 

|F     R.    Doc.    45-527J;     Filed,    Apr.    2,    1646; 
11  48  a  ni  1 


Part   1420— Brewery,  Distillery   and 
Winery  Products 

[RMPR  259.'  Amdl.  4] 
malt  beverages 

A  statement  of  the  consideration.s  in- 
volved In  the  issuance  of  this  amend- 
ment, issued  simultanenu.sly  herewith, 
has  been  filed  with  the  Division  of  the 
Federal  Register. 

Revised  Maximum  Price  Regulation 
2,'i9  is  amended  in  the  followinR  re;;pect: 

Section  2.2  <d)  (1)  is  amended  to  read 
as  follows: 

(1)  Retailers  located  icithin  the 
breviers  base  delivery  zone.  With  re- 
spect to  his  sales  of  domesiic  malt  bever- 
ages in  bottles  or  cans  to  retailers  located 
within  the  brewer's  ba.se  delivery  zone 
( as  defined  In  section  4.1  ( b  > ) .  the  brewer 
shall  be  deemed  a  wholesaler  and  shall 
establish  his  maximum  price  for  such 
sales  in  accordance  with  Article  IV.  In 
determininR  his  suppliers  price  as  an 
element  of  his  cost  of  acquisition,  the 
brewer  shall  use  either  his  f .  o.  b.  brewery 
platform  or  delivered  maximum  price  (in 
accordance  with  his  customary  practice ) 
for  his  sales  of  the  item  to  wholesalers 
located  within  the  brewer's  base  delivery 
zone,  adjusted  for  the  difference  in  state 
or  local  taxes,  if  any.  However,  where 
the  brewer  has  established  different 
maximum  prices  to  wholesalers  located 
within  his  base  delivery  zone,  he  .shall 
use  as  his  supplier's  price  the  maximum 
price  applicable  to  the  greate.st  volume  of 
his  ^ales  to  wholesalers  located  within 
the  base  delivery  zone  during  the  most 
recent  six-months'  period  prior  to  April 
4.  1945. 

This  amendment  shall  borome  effec- 
tive April  4.  1945. 

Issued  this  2d  day  of  April  1945. 

James  G.  Rogers.  Jr.. 
Acting  Administrator. 

|F  R.  DcK.  4.=;  5270;  Filed,  Apr.  2.  1945; 
11  50  a. m  1 


Part  1450 — Tr.\nsportation 

|MPR  67I.-  Amdt.  2| 

RENTAL    OF    CERTAIN   TYPES   OF   COMMERCIAL 

motor  vehicles 

A  statement  of  the  considerations  in- 
volved In  the  i.ssuance  of  this  amend- 
ment, i.ssued  simultaneou-sly  herewith, 
has  been  filed  with  th(^  Division  of  the 
Federal  Register. 

In  section  15  To >  Reports  the  initial 
phrase  'On  or  before  April  1,  1945'  is 
amended  to  read  "On  or  before  May  15, 
1945". 


This  amendment  shall  become  effective 
as  of  April  1,  1945. 

Is-ued  this  2d  day  of  April  1945. 

James  G.  Rogers,  Jr.. 
Acting  Administrator. 

|F     R.    DtJC.    45-6278;     Filed.    Apr.    2,    1945; 
11:50  a    ni.J 


'0  FR    14,-37,  14781.  15107;   10  F  R    2585, 
«  10  FR.  1150.  1738. 


Part  1499 — Commodities  and  Services 

|SR  14F.  Amdt.  3] 

CHANNEL  CARBON  BLACK 

A  statement  of  the  considerations  In- 
volved in  the  i.ssuance  of  this  amend- 
ment, Isaued  simultaneously  herewith, 
has  been  filed  with  the  Division  of  the 
Federal  Register. 

St'ction  28  Is  revised  and  amended  to 
read  as   follows: 

Sec  28.  High  cost  output  of  channel 
black  sold  to  Dejemse  SupvUex  Corpora- 
tion—  (at  Applicability.  (1>  Any  seller 
of  high  cost  output  of  rubber  grades  of 
non-specialty  channel  carbon  black,  pro- 
duced under  the  War  Production  Board 
program  for  increasing  the  supply  of 
such  black,  may  use  the  maximum  prices 
established  by  this  section  in  place  of  hLs 
maximum  prices  established  under  other 
provisions  of  the  General  Maximum 
Price  Regulation  for  his  sales  of  such 
high  cost  output  to  Defense  Supplies  Cor- 
poration. 

(21    High  cost  output  shall  include: 

(i)  Output  from  new  facilities.  New 
facilities   are: 

(a)  "New  plants,"  which  are  either 
(2)   Plants  which  did  not  operate  at 

any  time  during  June  1944,  or 

(2)  Plants,  or  portions  of  plants,  which 
operated  during  June  1944,  but  have  been 
moved  to  a  new  location  where  gas  costs 
are  substantially  greater  than  at  the  old 
location  and  have  been  set  up  as  a  new- 
plant. 

(b)  "Expanded  plants."  which  are  ex- 
isting plants  (plants  in  operation  at  any 
time  during  June  1944  >,  In  which  the 
number  of  burner  units  In  operation  has 
been  increased  above  the  maximum 
number  In  operation  during  June  1944. 

(il)  Output  of  existing  plants  at- 
tributable to  supplemental  raw  material. 
Such  output  shall  include: 

(a)  Output  produced  from  supple- 
mental raw  materials  In  order  to  utilize 
portions  of  existing  channel  black  plants 
which  have  become  idle  since  June  30. 
1944  or  which  would  otherwi.se  become 
Idle. 

If))  Additional  output  produced  from 
.suijplemental  raw  materials  used  at 
channel  black  plants  whose  facilities  are 
already  in  full  operation. 

I  iii )  "Supplemental  raw  materials"  in- 
clude natural  gas  purchased  at  a  cost 
higher  than  in  June  1944,  natural  gas 
enriching  agents  such  as  propane,  naph- 
tha, natural  ga.soline  fractions,  and  the 
like,  costing  more  than  normal  raw  ma- 
terials, and  additional  gas  used  to  oper- 
ate a  new  facility. 

(b)  Determination  of  amount  of  high 
cost  output.  ( 1 )  The  amount  of  high  cost 
output  at  any  new  facility  or  from  sup- 
plemental raw  materials  shall  be  deter- 


mined by  actual  physical  measuremeni 
where  this  is  feasible. 

(2)  Where  it  is  not  feasible  to  sep- 
arate the  high  cost  output  of  channt : 
carbon  black  produced  at  a  new  facility 
or  from  supplemental  raw  materials,  li: 
high  cost  output^  shall  be  computed  bv 
multiplying  the  quantity  or  volume  (p.ci- 
justed  for  specified  temperature  and 
pressure  baset  of  supplemental  raw  ma- 
terial, as  the  case  may  be,  by  the  esti- 
mated yield  in  pounds  of  a  specific  grade 
of  carbon  black  per  specfied  unit  of  sup- 
plemental raw  material  used.  When' 
more  than  one  raw  material  is  used.  thU 
information  should  be  given  for  eacli 
supplemental  raw  material  used.  Thr 
yield  estimate  shall  be  made  in  accord- 
ance with  customary  methods  of  esti- 
mating yield.  The  yield  per  gallon  ot 
propane  shall  be  calculate(i  at  .25  lb.  ol 
channel  black. 

The  producer  shall,  prior  to  sale  of 
any  high  cost  output,  the  amount  ol 
which  is  determined  on  the  ba.=is  ot 
estimated  yield,  submit  in  writing  to  th«' 
Rubber,  Chemicals  and  Drugs  Price 
Branch,  OfUce  of  Price  Administration. 
Washington  25.  D.  C.  a  full  description 
of  the  tests  made  In  arriving  at  the  esti- 
mated yield  of  the  supplemental  raw 
material;  a  full  description  of  the  sup- 
plemental raw  material  to  be  u>cd.  .. 
statement  as  to  the  sources  of  suppl\ 
of  each  such  material  and  the  amount 
to  be  obtained  from  each  source;  the 
yield  figure  the  producer  proposes  to  use. 
the  grade  of  channel  black  to  be  pro- 
duced and  to  which  the  yield  refers.  I: 
within  20  days  of  mailing  this  report  tlv 
producer  has  not  received  a  written  di  - 
approval  of  the  yield  figure  proposed, 
the  producer  may  use  such  yield  flguv'- 
in  computing  his  additional  production 
and  maximum  prices  therefor.  The  Of- 
fice of  Price  Administration  may  at  anv 
time  disapprove,  or  modify,  the  yu!  i 
figure  proposed,  and  in  doing  so  m;  ■ 
consider  the  yields  obtained  by  oth'  i 
producers  of  channel  carbon  black  u'^inc 
the  same  supplemental  raw  material- 
The  producer  may  at  any  time  reque  t 
modification  of  the  yield  estimate  and 
submit  evidence  in  support  of  such  re- 
quest, and  such  request  and  supporting 
evidence  shall  be  considered  by  the  Oi- 
flce  of  Price  Administration,  which  shall 
make  such  adjustment  in  the  yield  figure 
as  may  be  warranted. 

(c>  Maximum  prices.  (I)  The  max- 
imum price  per  pound  In  covered  hop- 
per cars,  f.  0.  b.  plant,  for  sales  of  thr 
high  cost  output  of  rubber  gradtvs  ol 
non-specialty  channel  black  produc<>d  i.t 
any  new  plant,  shall  be  the  sum  of  the 
following  Items  per  pound  of  such  high 
cost  output.  The  computation  Is  to  be 
made  in  accordance  with  subparagrap'i 
(2»  below  and  reported  in  accordan«  t- 
with  subparagraph  (4>  below. 

(i»  Cost  of  supplemental  raw  ma- 
terials. 

(iii  Delivery  cost  of  supplemental  raw 
materials. 

(iii»   Gas  treatment  cost. 

dv)  Amortization  of  preparatory  ex- 
pense involved  in  rehabilitation  of  exist- 
ing plants  and  the  adaptation  of  chann>  I 
plants  for  the  propane  enrichment  of  g^^ 


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and  depreciation  (except  on  bagging  fa-  average  cost  in  those  ca^es  where  such  f^g^h^^'^^t^el^fhsVlr^ 

ciliJiesr.  tax  has  not  otherwise  been  Included  in  jnumpued  by  plants  output  oi 

All  Items  of  oreparatory  expense  in-  costs.  both  normal  and  high  cost  chan- 

;a^  i^i^^h    [n^^rrn°?e°iirhnr  .Xc^  at'a  5i?^  ptn^^e^r  hTS  .no^^sefung^^i^'adn^l^t.:  --- 

^rou^ntinTp^aSic^e^ and  th^regulafions  ( vli)   inclusive  shall  be  based  on  actual  -  -en^s^Uverage^  c.t^per 

of  the  Bureau  of  Internal  Revenue,  need  costs  of  oP^^f ^^°^  °^^^^f, ,^1^^^^^      _„tDut  specialty  channel  black  produced 

not  be  capitalized,  may  be  written  off  (v)  In  V^^^^f^^,  °f  J?i«*,^,^fi:°i:j^^^^^^  at  all  of   the  producer's  pianu 

within  a  period  of  not  less  than  one  year,  produced  at  expanded  plants  or  high  cost  ^          ^^^  ^^^  ^^^^^^  ^j  1944, 

Al  items  of    preparatory    expense    In-  output  produced  from  supplemental  raw  niuitipUed  by  plants  output  of 

vo  ved  in  the  rehabilitation  of  existing    ,  materials  at  existing  plants  items  (1)  to  both  normal  and  high  cost  chan- 

;?an'ts.  which  in  accordance  with  good  (viii)  shall  be  computed  as  follows:       .  nei^biacj  ^^j^^^^-^.^^—  •-- 

accounting  practice  and  the  regulations  ^a)   Total  raw  material  cost  during  plants  production  of  rubber  grade* 

of  the  Bureau  of  Internal  Revenue  are  period  for  entire  output  ot  plant  ^^  nonspecialty  channel  black  dur- 

considered    depreciable    items    and    the  (less   any   cost   absorbed   by  pro-  mg  the  first  six  months  of  1944,  re- 

l^l^en^d  VtVo^rmal  rates  applicable  to  ^^^J^, P-^  S^SZ^^ls-^    " ^^^^1:^^.^^^^^:^^ 

like  items.  TheAdmimstratormay.cn  p,^^,^  ^^,,^^  pe^od «- prfceabo"  a  level  which  the  pro- 
application  by  the  producer,  permit  the  (^ ,  Amortization  of  preparatory  ^^^^^  ^^  willing  to  absorb.  If  tho 
u.se  of  a  higher  than  normal  rate  where  expenses   involved   m  rehabiiita-  ^^.^  ^^  ^^^^^  ^^^^  ^  month,  thia 

he  finds  that  because  of  particular  cir-  tion  of  existing  plant  per  period.  9 ^^^^    ^   adjusted   accord- 

rumstances  applving  to  the  plant    such  (ci   Amortization  involved  in  adap-  J       , 

hXer   rate  ^^r^ecessary   to    reflect    the  tation    of    plant    for   propane    en-  liaximum  total  revenue  for  en- 

Obrble    useful    economic    life    of     the  /.cement    per    period $ ^^^^  ^^,p^^  ^j  ,j,,,,„,i  black  pro- 

prooaoie    ustiui    t-tunuuni,    iiAc    „^,,,      .  /)    Depreciation:  duced  durine  period  in  the  plant 

plant.    The  co.st  of  equipmen    required  '^^^^^^     ^^^^^^^^     ^,^^,     (dollar  ffS?i  were  s°'^i"  covered  hopper 

for  the  propane  enrichment  of  gas  u.sea  amouiu    per    period    based    on  ^^^^     (Total  of  (ai  through  (;i  1 -.  • 

l)y  channel  black  plants,  less  its  salvage  dollar    amount    of    depreciation  ^^^   ^ess     $033     times     number     of 

\alue,    shall    be    written    off    over   a    six  at  plant  during  June  1944) $ pounds  of  normal  output  of  chan- 

montiis  period   provided   that   the   costs  (?)   On    depreciable    Items    added  j.cl  black  produced  in  plant  during 

m-p  nrudentlv  incurred    and  under  'WPB  to  plant  since  June  30.  1944  for  period.      (Total   output   less   high 

nthnH7nt  on  i.igh  cost  output  (dollar  amount  cost    output,  computed   by  multi- 

auiiiou-cauun.                            ^of  i^r,  v.»r.i  qIc  at    plant    for    period) « plying  each  tvpe  of  supplementary 

,v.   Defen.se  Plant  corpora  ion  rentals  p                                   ^^^.^^_  r>^.  ^,,,,,,,1 P^,,^  j^bigh  cost 

(Vi'    Direct  labor  co.st  (excluding  bag-  '".'.p^'^Vost    per    pound    of    rubber  output  by  its  yield  determined  in 

f,'ing  labor  I .  grades    of    non-specialtv    channel  accordance  with  paragraph  (b)  1 --  $ 

(vii'    Other  manufacturing  costs  prop-  ^^^.^^^    produced    at    plant    during  (m)     Unadjusted     total     price     for 

erly  assignable  to  the  high  cost  output.  ^rst  6  months  of  1944  multiplied  high  cost  black  produced  at  plant 

Such  costs  include  indirect  labor.  factor>-  bv  plant's  output  of  both  norma:  during  period,     ((fc)  minus  (M--  t 

^UDDhes    "repairs    and     maintenance     of  and   high  cost  channel  black  per  {n)   Add  adjustment  for  changes  in 

suppuei.,    lepdii-s    niKi     '"""  ^^^„.    ^^^.  nprindi                               ? direct  lajjor  cost  per  hour  incident 

biiildings,   machmery,    and    equipment  P"'°f  --7--j;„--^-a-„ufacturing  to  high  cost  channel  black  pro- 
used'  in    the   manufacture   of    high   cost  '"^^^^'^IJ^.^J   °    ^ogt  per  iound  o!  duction  at  plant  computed  as  fol- 

output,  insurance,  property  taxes,  pur-  rubber    grades    of    non-specialty  lows:'                                                    t 

chased  utility  services,  and  other  items 

n^n^^^^h^rdT  no?mcludf  SpTci^  Net  percentage  increase  In  weighted  average  Average  direct  labor  cost        Output  of  high 

tiom.       -^"7    °°"" '/",.„_,-_„. „,^,,  direct   labor   cost   per   hour   at   plant   during  per    lb.    of    nonspecialty        cost        channel 

tion.    amortization    of    pieparatol>     ex  direct   '«°°J^       ^^              weighted   average  X  channel    black    at    plant  X  black        during 

pen.se  and  cost  of  propane    enrichment  P^^^^^f  j'^^bo'Tc^J'^^ 'hoi  at  plant  in  first  during  first  6  months  of       period. 

..quipment.  Defense    Plant    Corporation  ^'l^'^^^/i'J^^Jf  1944^  1944. 

rentals,  or  bagging  costs. 

(viiii    Selling  and  administrative  ex-  —  ,  ,      ,          ,             ,          ,,           i^  ■      ■ 

nenses      This  includes  executive  and  ad-  (o.   Add  DPC  rental  per  period  in-  of  high  cost  output  w^ould  result  m  in- 

ministrative  salaries,  office  expen.se,  com-  cuned  in  respect  of  high  cost  out-  creasing  the  price  of  the  raw  materials 

minibiiHuvr  som.  r  ,               K  I J           portion  of  the  output   (as  by  in- 

missions.  ^"^^  o  her  se  hng  ^^  ^^^  calculated  total  price  of  high  creasing  royalties  paid  for  such  materi- 

vertising.  and  similar  Items,  but  does  not  channel    black   produced    lu  nr  u;nnlri  rpsnlt  in  a  hieher  Texas 

Include  income  or  excess  profits  taxes,  or  j^,,t   during   period   unadjusted  als •  or  would  result  in  a  higner  lexas 

chaVgeVto  war  reserves  or  reserves  for  S?  Texas  production  tax.    (Total  carbon  black  production  tax.     In  such 

c  n  ingencies.  or  bagging  costs.  of  ,m,,  (n)  and  ,0).) $--  cases  separate  maximum  Pnces  shal   be 

2     Computation  of  the  items  specified  (q.    Pounds  of  high  cost   channel  determined  for  ea<;h  type  of  carbon  black 

.         >!:.nZr!rnr!h      1      ior  various  tvpcs  black   produced   in  plant   during  taking  account  of  the  cost  and  yield  of 

in  •^"^Pa^'^f '^P/^   :  ^ '  /°:„;,""°"'  '^^  penod.    (Total  output  less  normal  supplementary  raw  materials  used  and 

o    ;np,';co.(  oufpuf.. 1.  Where  c^^^^^^^^^^  P^^^p^,) lbs.  ^^e   specific   depreciation,   amortization 

elude  payments  made  t° J^^^"bs  diarv  or  ^^.^^.^^^  p^.^^  ^^  ^^^^^  ^,  ,,,^  Defense   Plant  Corporation   rental 

affihate,  only  costs  incuried  by  such  sMb-  channel  black  unadjusted  for  rharces  aoDlicable  to  each  type  of  high 

sldiary  or  affiliate    ad    not    payments  duction  tax  ,  (p)  divided  ^tTutput'    The  totalmaSmum  prfce 

thereto,  shall  be  included.  by(q)| f-.-ios.  ,       „  .  ^^^      ^  j^:^       .      ^^^   pricing 

(ii.   All    co.ts    shall    exclude    bagging  („   Add   Texas   carbon    black   pro-  e°.h  tviL^^Vs  seSratf maxfrnui^^^^^^ 

rnsts  and  costs  incident  to  the  produc-  duction  tax  applicable  to  high  cost  each  type  at  its  separate  maximum  price. 

costs  ana  cosis  incmeiu  y^^t^l  ^  black    in    excess    of    31  240f    per  shall  not  exceed  the  total  maximum  price 

tion  of  specialty  channe   blacks.  pIS.     (This  may  be  added  only  obtained  by  multiplying  the  total  high 

(hi.  In  the  case  of  a  1  high  cost  out-  ^^^^^  ^^^j^  ^^^^^^  has  not  other-  ^       ^  ^  ^y  the   average   maximum 

put.  item  <^;^' ' ; ;\\^^  ■^^'j^"fj,,^,f  jj'."^^;  -^-  »--  included) .    Per  pound..  $. J      J     ^^^              ^^  .^^,^^^^^ 

istrative  cost  per  pound,  shall  be  taken  ^^^   Average     maximum     price     per  *'"-     *^     ^ 

as  equal  to  the  average  cost  for  selling  pound  of  high  cost  channel  black  above.  ^^  v,,  ,,  „^„„„. 
and  administrative  expense  per  pound  of  produced  in  plant  during  period.  (vi.  Where  the  carbon  black  producer 
rubber  grades  of  non-specialty  channel  (in  plus  (s)|.  Per  pound. $. is  also  the  producer  of  the  gas  or  sup- 
black  produced  by  the  producer  at  all  -pj^^  average  maximum  price  per  pound  plemental  raw  material  used,  he  may  use 
plants  during  the  first  six  months  of  1944,  ^f  j^jg^  cost  output  during  a  period  may  his  maximum  price  for  sales  of  such  ma- 

eNcept  that  the  amount  per  pound  by  be  used  for  all  high  cost  output  at  a  plant      . 

v>  inch  the  Texas  carbon  black  production  during  the  period  except  where  the  use  >  No  adjustment  shall  be  made  on  account 

tax  applicable  to  the  high  cost  output  of  an  average  maximum  price  in  plact  of  °^. '"Xr'?l£r''X"SuTaUon.'''' 

exceeds  31,  240^  may  be  added  to  such  separate  maximum  prices  for  each  type  with  war  Labor  Board  Regulation.. 


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terials  to  channel  carbon  black  producers 

In  determining  the  cost  of  the  material. 

•  3'   Maximum   prices  for  sales  other 

than  in  covered  hopper  cars.    The  maxi- 


full  calendar  month  of  operations  at  the 
new  facility  or  on  supplemental  raw 
materials. 

(b)  Within  15  days  after  the  end  of 


raw  material  furnished  the  producer  by 
that  corporation,  the  producer  shall  de- 
termine his  maximum  price  for  the  con- 
version service  in  accordance  with  para- 
Bfraoh  (c)  of  this  .section,  except  that  in 


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3.'€1 


Acthoritt:  5  j  1806  1  to  1806  5,  inclusive, 
Issued  under  58  Stat.  913. 

§  1806.1  Establishment  of  Commit- 
tee. There  is  hereby  established  a 
committee  composed  of  the  Postmaster 


be  signed  by  the  Post  Office  official  and 
the  Censorship  official  who  witnessed  the 
disposition  of  the  condemned  mail 
matter. 

I  1806.5    Preservation  of  records.    The 


§  7003.5  ^f  >  of  Livestock  Slau.^hter  Pay- 
ments Regulation  No.  3.  Revised,  of  De- 
fen.se  Supplies  Corporation,  there  shall 
be  paid  on  all  claims  reporting  cost  of 
cattle  an  amount  equal  to  one-half  of 


•  v«  i  rt  v-»    ♦  V*  i 


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terials  to  channel  carbon  black  producers 
In  determining  the  cost  of  the  material. 

(3'  Maximum  prices  for  sales  other 
than  iu  covered  hopper  cars.  The  maxi- 
mum price  for  sales  by  any  seller  of  high 
cost  output  other  than  in  covered  hopper 
cars  shall  be  the  maximum  price  deter- 
mined by  the  producer  In  accordance 
with  subpa'-ac'raphs  <l)  and  <2'  for  sales 
in  covered  hopper  cars  of  rubber  grades 
of  non-specialty  channel  black,  plus  the 
st^^Uers  dollar-and-cent.s  quantity  and 
container  differentials  established  under 
Ccher  provisions  of  the  General  Maxi- 
mum Price  Regulation  for  sales  of  such 
channel  carbon  black. 

(4»  Dcterminahon  of  maTtmum  prices. 
<i'  Maximum  prices  computed  pursuant 
to  <1',  <2<  and  <3'  above  for  high  cost 
output  produced  In  any  period  shall  be 
dflirmmed  separately  for  each  new  fa- 
cility and  for  each  plant  u.sing  supple- 
mental raw  materials.  Such  miiximum 
prices  shall  apply  to  an  amoimt  of  chan- 
nel black  .sold  tn  Drfense  Supplies  Cor- 
porr.uon  equal  to  the  high  cost  output 
produced  during  the  period.  Until  the 
end  of  a  period  the  amount  of  high  cost 
output  to  be  produced  during  that  period 
and  the  maximum  prices  therefor  shall 
be  based  on  estimated  operations  during 
th'^  penod.  The  estimate  of  output  dur- 
ing a  period  shall  be  based  on  expected 
op. 'rations  during  the  period.  The  pe- 
riod, except  for  the  initial  period,  shall 
consist  of  one  calendar  month.  The  esti- 
mated price  for  any  calendar  month  af- 
ter thp  first  two  calendar  months  of  full 
opfration  shall  be  the  maximum  price 
determined  on  the  basis  of  actual  opera- 
tions dviring  the  second  calendar  month 
preceding  the  calendar  month  for  which 
a  price  is  bt:'inR  estimated. 

Wit  hill  15  d^ys  after  th^  end  of  a  pe- 
riod a  r'-port  of  actual  production  of  high 
cost  output  during  the  period  and  a  de- 
termination of  maximum  prices  based 
on  actual  opt^rations  during  the  period 
shall  be  filed  in  accordance  with  subdi- 
vision lin  below.  The  e.^timated  prices 
shall  be  adjusted  upward  or  downward 
in  accordance  with  the  determination  of 
maximum  prices  upon  the  basis  of  actual 
operaiions.  If  excess  payment  has  been 
made,  whether  because  of  sales  at  a  price 
in  excess  of  the  adjusted  price  or  because 
of  sales  of  an  amount  of  channel  black 
in  excess  of  the  high  cost  output  actually 
jroduced  during  the  period,  the  seller 
shall  rt  fimd  the  exc<  s.s, 

A  maximum  price  so  determined  on 
the  basis  of  actual  operations  shall  be 
subject  to  di.sapproval  in  writing  at  any 
tmif  by  the  Office  of  Price  Administra- 
tion, and  if  a  maximum  price  reported 
pursuant  to  this  subparagraph  (4>  is  re- 
vised downward  by  the  Office  of  Price 
Administration  and  if  any  payment  has 
been  made  at  a  price  hipher  than  the 
price  approved  by  the  Office  of  Price  Ad- 
ministration, the  seller  shall  refund  the 
excess. 

(HI  Reports.  <a>  Prior  to  making 
the  first  delivery  of  high  cost  output 
from  a  new  facility  or  from  supple- 
mental raw  materials,  the  producer  shall 
submit  a  report  of  the  output  and  maxi- 
mum price  on  the  basis  of  expected  op- 
erations during  the  initial  period  from 
the  beginning  of  operations  to  the  end 
of  the  calendar  month  following  the  first 


full  calendar  month  of  operations  at  the 
new  facility  or  on  supplemental  raw 
materials. 

(b)  Within  15  days  after  the  end  of 
the  Initial  period  the  producer  shall  sub- 
mit a  report  of  actual  output  during  the 
Initial  period  and  maximum  prices  based 
on  actual  operations  duriuR  the  period. 
The  adjustment  specified  In  (i)  above 
shall  be  made  for  the  entire  initial  pe- 
riod on  the  basis  of  this  report. 

(c>  Within  15  days  after  the  end  of 
the  first  full  calendar  month  of  opera- 
tions and  within  15  days  after  the  end 
of  each  calendar  month  thereafter  the 
producer  shall  file  a  report  of  the  actual 
output  during  the  calendar  month  and 
the  maximum  prices  based  on  actual  op- 
ef-ations  during  the  calendar  month. 
For  every  calendar  month  after  the  ini- 
tial period,  the  adjustment  .specified  in 
(i)  above  shall  be  made  on  the  basis  of 
the  report  of  actual  operations  during 
that  calendar  month. 

(d»  The  reports  required  by  this  sub- 
divi'-ion  i  ii '  shall  be  made  on  OPA  Form 
No.  692-2051  in  the  ca.^e  of  new  plants. 
In  the  ca:e  of  ixisting  plants  the  reports 
shall  include  the  material  required  by 
paragraph  (c>  (2'  (vi.  Such  reports 
shall  be  filed  in  triplicate,  one  copy  bemfr 
mailed  to  the  Rubber,  Chemicals  and 
Drags  Price  Branch.  Office  of  Price  Ad- 
ministration, Washington  25.  D.  C;  the 
other  two  to  the  Defen.se  Supplies  Cor- 
poration. Washington  25,  D.  C.  Copies 
of  OPA  Form  No.  692-2051  may  be  ob- 
tained from  the  OfRcc  of  Price  Adminis- 
tration, Washington  25,  D.  C. 

<d'  Records.  (1>  Each  producer  of 
high  cost  output  shall  keep  for  each  nr  w 
facility  and  for^ach  plant  using  supple- 
ment raw  material,  records  of  the  entire 
output  at  that  facility  or  plant  and 
records  of  the  dehvenes  of  such  oulput 
showing  the  name  of  the  buyer>.  the 
number  of  pounds  delivered  and  the  date 
of  delivery,  the  containers  in  which  de- 
livered and  the  price  charged.  Sucii 
records  shall  be  kepi  for  inspection  by 
the  Office  of  Price  Administration  for  so 
long  as  the  Emeigency  Price  Control  Act 
of  1942.  as  amended,  remains  in  effect. 
(2  >  Each  producer  of  high  cost  output 
shall  preserve  for  inspection  by  the  Office 
of  Price  Administration  for  so  long  as  the 
Emergency  Price  Control  Act  of  1942,  as 
amended,  remains  in  effect,  all  his  exist- 
ing records  rflatirig  to  the  costs  of  pro- 
ducing and  selling  channel  carbon  black 
during  the  flr.st  six  months  of  1944. 

(3^  Each  producer  of  high  cost  output 
shall  keep  books  and  records  relating  to 
the  costs  of  production  at  each  new- 
facility  and  each  plant  using  supple- 
mental raw  materials  and  preserve  the 
same  for  inspection  by  the  Office  of  Price 
Administration  for  so  long  as  the  Em.nr- 
pency  Price  Control  Act  of  1942,  as 
amended,  remains  in  effect.  Such  books 
and  record^  shall  set  out  the  costs  In  the 
detail  customarily  used  by  the  producer 
for  management  purposes,  but  in  all 
cases  in  sufficient  detail  to  enable  verifi- 
cation of  the  computation  of  maximum 
prices  under  the  provisions  of  this  sec- 
tion 28. 

<e)  Tolling  arrangements.  Where  high 
cost  output  of  esisy  processing  channel 
carbon  black  Is  produced  for  the  Defense 
Supplies  Corporation  from  supplemental 


raw  material  furnished  the  producer  by 
that  corporation,  the  producer  shall  de- 
termine his  maximum  price  for  the  con- 
version service  in  accordance  with  para- 
graph (c)  of  this  section,  except  that  in 
computing  a  maximum  price  thereunder 
no  costs  shall  be  included  for  any  items 
of  material  or  service  furnished  by  the 
D^ense  Supplies  Corporation.  Thr 
seller  of  the  conversion  service  shall  keep 
the  records  and  file  the  reports  required 
of  producers  of  high  cost  output  by  this 
section. 

This  amendment  shall  become  effec- 
tive March  31,  1945. 

Non::  The  reporting  and  record-keeping 
requirement.^  of  this  amendment  have  bern 
approved  by  the  Bureau  of  the  Budget  In  ac- 
cordance with  the  Federal  Reports  Act  of 
1942. 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

J.MMES  G.  Rogers,  Jr., 
Acting  Adviinisirator. 

IF     R     Doc.    45  5240;    Filed     Mar.    31,    1945; 
4:56  p.  m.j 


P.Af.T   1340— FUFL 
|RMPR  4:i6,  Amcit    12] 


CRLDE   rKTROIErM   AND  NATURAL   PETROL!  IM 
C\S 

A  statement  of  the  considerations  in- 
volved in  the  issuance  of  this  amend- 
ment, issued  simultaneously  herewith, 
has  been  filed  with  the  D.vislon  of  the 
Federal  R-^gister. 

Revised  Maximum  Price  Regulation 
No.  436  is  amended  in  the  following  re- 
spects: 

1.  Section  10  'n'  '13)  is  redesignated 
to  read  section  13  '  b  ' . 

2.  Sections  12  <  a  ' .  « b  '  and  ( d  >  are  re- 
voked. 

3.  S  tton  12  <c)  Is  redesignated  to 
read  12  (.a>. 

This  amendment  shall  become  effec- 
tive as  of  March  1,  1945. 

Issued  thi.s  2d  day  of  April  1945. 

Chester  Bowles. 

Admmistratur. 

IF.    R.    Doc     45  5276.     Filed,    Apr.    2.    194:.; 
11:49  a.  m  I 


Chapter  XVI— Office  of  C  t'n.sor.-ihip 

Part   1806 — Disposal   of    Certain   Con- 
demned M.UL  Matter 

joint  rectjlations  of  post  office  dep/'kt- 
me.nt  and  office  of  censorship 

March  17.  1945. 
Regulations  providing  for  the  disposal 
of  c<^rtaln  condemned  mail  matter.  Is- 
sued under  the  authority  vested  in  a 
committee  con.-^isting  of  the  Po.stmaster 
General  and  Director  of  Cen.sorship  pur- 
suant to  Public  Law  542.  Chapter  673, 
78th  Congress,  2d  Session. 

Sec 

1806  1     EsUbllshment  of  Committee. 

1806  2     Requirements     concernmg    certifif'i- 

tlon. 
1806  8     Manner  of  dispoeal. 
l80«.4     Record   concerning   time,  place   und 

manner. 
1806  8    Preoervatlon   of  records. 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


3,161 


AtTHORiTT:    55  1806  1    to    1806.5.   Inclusive, 
Is'ued  under  58  Stat.  913. 

§  1806.1  Establishment  of  Commit- 
tee. There  is  hereby  established  a 
committee  composed  of  the  Postmaster 
General  and  the  Director  of  Censorship, 
or  their  aiternates  duly  designated  by 
them,  which  shall  have  authority  to  dis- 
pose of  mail  matter  consisting  of  il> 
printed  matter  containing  propaganda 
material,  and  i2i  printed  matter  mailed 
by  or  to  or  published  by  persons  whose 
names  are  on  the  Proclaimed  List  of 
Certain  Blocked  Nationals,  and  '3)  par- 
cel-post packa'^es  or  small  packets  con- 
taining articles  of  no  monetary  value  or 
articles  which  may  be  u.sed  by  the  United 
States  in  the  prosecution  of  the  war,  if 
such  mail  matter  has  been  censored  and 
condemned  by  the  Office  of  Censorship  as 
being  inimical  to  the  war  effort  of  the 
United  States  or  contrary  to  the  interests 
of  the  United  Slates  or  its  Allies,  but  no 
mail  matter  shall  be  disposed  of  under 
this  Act  until  the  expiration  of  at  least 
ninety  days  after  the  date  of  condemna- 
tion. Such  committee  may  promulgate 
such  rules  and  regulations  as  it  deems 
necessary  to  carry  out  the  provisions  of 
this  Act. 

§  1806.2  Requirements  concerning 
certification.  When  the  Office  of  Cen- 
."^orship  has  certified  to  the  Di.sposal 
Committee  a  record  of  condemned  mail 
matter  showing: 

(a)  That  such  matter  has  been  held 
ninety  days  or  more  after  its  condem- 
nation, and 

(b)  That  such  matter  has  been  found 
by  the  Office  of  Censorship  to  be  inimi- 
cal to  the  war  effort  of  the  United 
States  or  contrary  to  the  interests  of  the 
United  States  or  its  Allies,  as  consisting 

of: 

(1)  Printed  matter  containing  propa- 
ganda material,  or 

(2)  Printed  matter  mailed  by  or  to  or 
published  by  persons  whose  names  are 
on  the  Proclaimed  List  of  Certain 
Blocked  Nationals,  or 

(3>  Parcel-po.st  packages  or  small 
packets  containing  articles  of  no  mone- 
tary value,  or 

<4>  Articles  which  may  be  used  by  the 
United  States  in  the  prosecution  of  the 
war, 

such  mail  matter  shall  be  dispo.sed  of  in 
accordance  with  the  provision  set  forth 
in  §  1806.3  and  under  proper  safeguards 
prescribed  by  the  Director  of  Censor- 
ship. 

5  1806.3  Manner  of  dispo.'fal.  Con- 
demned material  as  described  in  §  1806.2 
<bi  (1)  to  (bi  14',  inclusive,  will  be  re- 
duced to  paper  pulp  or  macerated,  or 
tendered  to  appropriate  government 
agency  for  u.se  in  the  war  effort  or  de- 
livered to  appropriate  government 
agency  for  permanent  retention,  or 
otherwise  disposed  of. 

§  1806.4  Record  concerning  time, 
place  and  manner.  The  record  of  con- 
demned mail  matter  certified  as  provided 
in  §  1806.2  shall  be  endorsed  at  the  time 
of  the  disposition  of  the  mail  matter 
described  therein  with  a  statement 
showing  the  time,  place,  and  manner  of 
its  disposition,  and  such  statement  shall 


be  signed  by  the  Post  Office  official  and 
the  Censorship  official  who  witnessed  the 
disposition  of  the  condemned  mall 
matter. 

§  1806.5  Preservation  of  records.  The 
record  of  condemned  mail  matter  (re- 
ferred to  in  §§  1806.2  and  1806  4)  shall, 
after  its  endorsement  as  prescribed  in 
§  1806.4  be  preserved  in  the  records  of 
the  Disposal  Committee. 

Fr.^nk  C.  W.alker. 
Postmaster  General. 
Byron  Price. 
Director  of  Censon^hip. 

March  31,  1945. 

[F     R.    Doc.    45-5283:    Filed,    Apr.    2,    1945; 
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Chapter  XVIII— Office  of  Economic 
Stabilization 

(Directive  40] 
Part  4003 — Subsidies;  Support  Prices 

194  5  puerto  rican  raw  sugar  production 
and  purchase  program 

The  War  Food  Administrator  having, 
by  letter  and  enclosure  dated  March  29, 
1945,  submitted  certain  information  and 
recommended  a  proposed  program  with 
respect  to  the  production  and  purchase 
of  1945  crop  Puerto  Rican  raw  sugar 
needed  to  meet  military,  lend-lease,  and 
civilian  requirements,  under  which  Com- 
modity Credit  Corporation  will  purchase 
such  sugar  at  a  price  of  $3.46  per  100 
pounds  f.  0.  b.  Puerto  Rico  and  make  a 
support  payment  of  55  cents  per  100 
pounds  of  such  sugar,  to  be  shared  in  by 
growers,  processors,  and  labor, 

I  hereby  find  that  the  proposed  pro- 
pram  is  necessary  to  effectuate  the 
policy  established  by  Executive  Orders 
No.  9250  and  No.  9328  and  specifically 
to  insure  the  maximum  necessary  pro- 
duction and  distribution  of  1945  crop 
Puerto  Rican  raw  sugar  to  meet  military, 
lend-lease,  and  civilian  requirements. 

Accordingly,  the  War  Food  Adminis- 
tration is  hereby  authorized  and  directed 
to  carry  out  through  the  Commodity 
Credit  Corporation  the  program  as  de- 
scribed in  the  War  Pood  Administrator's 
letter  and  the  memorandum  enclosed 
therewith. 

(E.O.  9250  and  E.O.  9328,  3  CFR,  Cum. 
Supp.  pp.  1213.  1267) 

Dated  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

WiLLUM  H.  Davis, 
Economic  Stabilization  Director. 

\F.    R.    Doc.    45-5229;    Piled.    Mar.    31.    1945; 
2:67  p.  m.] 


[Directive  38,  Amdt.  1] 

Part  4003 — Support  Prices:  Subsidies 

livestock  slaughter  payments 

Directive  No.  38  is  amended  in  the  fol- 
lowing respects: 

1.  Subparagraph  (a)   (1)   of  section  1 
is  amended  to  read  as  follows: 

1 1 1  Except  with  respect  to  persons  eli- 
gible for  extra  compensation  pursuant  to 


§  7003.5  ff  •  of  Livestock  Slaughter  Pay- 
ments Regulation  No.  3.  Revised,  of  De- 
fense Supplies  Corporation,  there  shall 
be  paid  on  all  claims  reporting  cost  of 
cattle  an  amount  equal  to  one-half  of 
the  dollar  amount,  if  any,  by  which  the 
total  cost  of  cattle  slaughtered  during 
the  monthly  accounting  period  for  which 
claim  for  payments  is  made  exceeded  the 
total  amount  the  slaughterer  would  have 
paid  for  such  cattle  at  50  cents  per  hun- 
dredweight above  the  minimum  permis- 
sible prices  of  the  applicable  range  prices 
set  forth  in  section  13  of  Maximum  Price 
Regulation  No.  574.  issued  by  the  Admin- 
istrator of  the  Office  of  Price  Adminis- 
ttation:  Provided.  I  he  total  of  such  ad- 
ditional subsidy  payment  shall  not  ex- 
ceed on  any  claim  50  cents  per  live  hun- 
dredweight. 

2.  Paragraph  ib  '  of  section  1  Is  hereby 
revoked. 

3.  Paragra4>h  <c)  of  section  1  is  redes- 
ignated as  paragraph  <b»'. 

This  amendment  shall  become  effec- 
tive March  31.  1945. 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

WILLIAM  H.  Davis. 

Director. 

[F     R.    Doc.    45-5255:     Filed,    Apr.    2.    1P45; 
10  51  a   m  J 


TITLE  2&-INTERNAL  KEVEM  E 
Chapter  I— Bureau  of  Internal  Revenue 

(T.  D.   5449] 

Part    171 — Miscellaneous    Regulations, 
Related  to  Liquor 

SCOPE  OF  duties 

By  virtue  of  and  pursuant  to  the  pro- 
visions of  sections  3740  and  3170  of  the 
Internal  Revenue  Code  and  section  161 
of  the  RevL-^ed  Statutes  (5  U.S.C.  22  > 
Treasury  Decision  No.  4662  iPart  171, 
Subpart  B,  of  Title  26  of  the  Code  of 
Federal  Regulations  >  prescribed  under 
the  Internal  Revenue  Code  by  Treasury 
Decision  4885,  approved  February  11, 
1939  126  CFR,  1939  Supp.,  page  1599',  is 
hereby  amended  by  inserting  at  the  end 
of  section  1  '26  CFR  §  171.2)  a  new  para- 
graph, lettered  <  j) .  reading  as  follows: 
§  171.2  Scope  of  duties.  •  •  • 
(ji  Authorization  and  sanction  of 
suits.  The  authorizing  and  sanctioning 
of  suits  for  the  recovery  of  taxes,  fines, 
penalties  and  forfeitures  alleged  to  have 
been  incurred  under  the  internal-revenue' 
laws  relating  to  the  taxation,  exporta- 
tion, manufacture,  possession,  or  u.se  of. 
or  traffic  In,  distilled  spirits,  fermented 
liquors,  denatured  alcohol  and  other  such 
liquors  and  liquids. 

[seal]  Joseph  D.  Nunan,  Jr.. 

Commissioner  of  Internal  Revenue. 

Appj^fcd:  March  29,  1945. 

Joseph  J.  O'Conn-ell.  Jr., 

Acting  Secretary  of  (he  Treasury. 

[F.    R.    Doc.    45-5254:    Filed,    Apr.    2.    1945; 
10:51  a.  m.] 


3."'62 


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FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


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TITLE  39— POSTAL  SERVICE 

(.  hapter  I— F'oHt  Office  Department 

Cross  Rkference:  For  Joint  regula- 
tions of  the  Post  Office  Department  and 
the  Office  of  Censorship  concerning  the 
disposal  of  certain  condemned  mail  mat- 
ter, see  Title  32,  Chapter  XVI.  supra. 


TITLE  42-PrBLIC  HEALTH 

Chapter   H— Children's   Bureau 

Part  202 — Services  tor  Crippled 
Children 

dragnostic  services 

Regulations  of  the  Children's  Bureau, 
Title  42.  Chapter  II,  Part  202.  §  202.4.  as 
amended  November  17.  1944  (9  F.R. 
13862).  provided  in  part  that  effective 
July  1,  1945.  it  shall  be  "*  .'  *  a  con- 
dition of  approval  of  a  plan  that  it  pro- 
vide that  diaunostic  services  will  be  made 
available  thereunder  to  crippled  children 
without  restrictions  as  to  •  *  *  the 
necessity  of  referral  by  any  person  other 
than  the  child's  parents  or  legal  guard- 
Ian  •  •  '."  It  Is  deemed  advisable 
to  postpone  the  effective  date  of  this 
condition  for  the  purpose  of  reviewing 
applicable  procedural  requirements  of 
the  various  States,  and  to  provide  an 
opportunity  for  the  Children's  Bureau  of 
the  United  States  Department  of  Labor 
and  the  State  agencies  affected  by  such 
requirement  to  review  policies  and  pro- 
cedures for  referral  to  diagnostic  clinics. 
Accordingly,  the  operation  of  the  con- 
dition quoted  above  is  hereby  suspended 
until  further  notice.  This  order  shall 
not  operate  to  suspend  or  F>ostpone  any 
other  requirement  or  provision  of  the 
amendment  to  such  regulations  of  No- 
vember 17.  1944.  which  shall  become  ef- 
fective July  1,  1945.  as  heretofore  pro- 
vided. 

Dated  at  Washington.  D.  C.  this  29th 
day  of  March  1945. 

Frances  Perkins. 
Secretary. 

Approval  recommended : 

Katharine  F.  Lenroot. 
Chief  of  the  Children's  Bureau. 

IP.    R.    Doc     45-5153;    Filed.    Mar.    30,    1945; 
2  26   p.  m  I 


TITLE  46— SHIPPING 

Chapter  I — Coast  Guard:  Inspection  and 
Navigation 

Subchapter  D — Tank  VcmcU 

Amendments  to  Regulations 

Correction 

In  Federal  Register  Document  4S-4681. 
appearing  at  page  3136  of  the  issue  for 
Saturday.  March  24,  1945,  tl^  figure 
"180  "  In  paragraph  (bb)  of  §  JK^hould 
read  "100  ". 


Appendix    A — Waiver    of    Navication    and    Vrtf«l 
Inipcction  Lawi  and  Rccnlationi 

Deck  OrncERS,  PRoriciKNcv  in  Communi- 
cations 

Vessels  engaged  In  business  connected 
with  the  conduct  of  the  war. 

The  Acting  Secretary  of  the  Navy  hav- 
ing, by  an  order  dated  October  1,  1942 
<7  F.R.  7979).  waived  compliance  with 
the  navigation  and  vessel  inspection  laws 
administered  by  the  U.  S.  Coast  Guard,  in 
the  case  of  any  vessel  engaged  in  busi- 
ness connected  with  the  conduct  of  the 
war,  to  the  extent  and  In  the  manner  that 
the  Commandant.  U.  S.  Coast  Guard, 
shall  find  to  be  necessary  in  the  conduct 
of  the  war; 

Now  Therefore.  I  hereby  find  it  to  be 
necessary  in  the  conduct  of  the  war  that 
there  be  waived  compliance  Vith  the  re- 
quirements of  the  provisions  of  certifi- 
cates of  In.'ipection  specified  in  46  CFR 
161.1.  as  amended,  and  the  related  pro- 
visions of  46  CFR  161.1  through  161.4.  as 
amended,  in  the  case  of  vessels  engaged 
in  busine.ss  connected  with  the  conduct 
of  the  war  to  the  extent  necessary  to  per- 
mit any  particular  vessel  to  Include  a 
particular  deck  officer  on  a  particular 
voyage  as  one  of  the  deck  officers  re- 
quired by  its  certificate  of  inspection  even 
though  not  in  possession  of  satisfactory 
evidence  of  proficiency  in  wartime  mer- 
chant ship  communications,  upon  the 
condition  that,  by  a  certificate  attached 
to  the  shipping  articles,  the  Administra- 
tor, War  Shipping  Administration,  or  his 
designated  representative,  certifies  that 
the  specified  deck  officer  has  not  yet  ob- 
tained evidence  of  such  proficiency  and 
no  deck  officer  of  appropriate  grade  hav- 
ing such  evidence  is  available  for  the 
voyage. 

Dated:  March  30,  1945. 

L.  T.  Chalker, 
Acting  Commandant. 

[F.    R     Doc.    46-5217;    Filed,    Mar.    31.    1945; 
2:27   p.   m.) 


TITLE  49— TRANSPORTATION  AND 
RAILROADS 

Chapter  I— Interstate  Commerce 
___  Commission 

[S.  O.  299] 

Part  97 — Routing  of  Traffic 

rerouting  of  traffic  due  to  washouts 
in  texas  and  arkansas 

At  a  session  of  the  Interstate  Com- 
merce Commission,  Division  3,  held  at  Its 
office  in  Washington,  D.  C,  on  the  31st 
day  of  March,  A.  D.  1945. 

It  appearing,  that  because  of  wash- 
outs on  the  Sulphur  River  at  Darden, 
Texas,  between  Mt.  Pleasant,  Texas,  and 
Texarkana,    Arkansas,    and    at    Cedar 


Creek  between  Tyler,  Texas,  and  Corsl- 
canna,  Texas,  reached  by  the  St.  Louis 
Southwestern  Railway  Company  of 
Texas;  and  a  washout  on  The  Texas  and 
Pacific  Railway  Company  near  Mineola. 
Texas,  such  carriers  are  unable  properly 
to  serve  the  public;  In  the  opinion  of  the 
Commission  an  emergency  exists  reqiftr- 
ing  immediate  action  to  avoid  conges- 
tion of  traffic,  and  in  order  to  best  pro- 
mote the  service  in  the  intere.st  of  the 
public  and  the  commerce  of  the  people; 
It  is  ordered,  that: 

Washouts — (a)  Rerouting  of  freight 
traffic.  The  St.  Louis  Southwestern  Rail- 
way Company  of  Texas  and  The  Texas 
and  Pacific  Railway  Company  are  hereby 
directed  to  forward  freight  traffic  having 
origin  or  destination  in  or  ordinarily 
moving  through  Mineola.  Texas,  or  the 
Sulphur  River  and  Cedar  Creek  area'^ 
described  above,  via  routes  most  avail- 
able to  expedite  its  movement  and  pre- 
vent congestion,  without  regard  to  the 
routing  thereof  made  by  shippers  or  by 
carriers  from  which  the  traffic  is  receivrri 
or  to  the  ownership  of  cars:  Provided. 
That  the  billing  covering  all  cars  re- 
routed shall  carry  a  reference  to  this 
order  as  authority  for  the  rerouting.  All 
rules,  regulations,  and  practices  of  said 
carriers  with  respect  to  car  service  are 
hereby  suspended  and  superseded  inso- 
far ^only  as  confiicting  with  the  direc- 
tions hereby  made. 

(b>  Rates  to  be  applied.  That  ina- 
much  as  such  disregard  of  routing  is 
deemed  to  be  due  to  carriers'  disability, 
the  rates  applicable  to  traffic  so  for- 
warded by  routes  other  than  those  desig- 
nated by  shippers,  or  by  carriers  from 
which  the  traffic  is  received,  shall  be  thf 
rates  which  were  applicable  at  date  of 
shipment  over  the  routes  so  designated. 

(c  >  Division  of  rates.  In  executing  thf 
orders  and  directions  of  the  Commission 
provided  for  in  this  order  the  common 
carriers  Involved  shall  proceed  even 
though  no  contracts,  agreements,  or  ar- 
rangements now  exist  between  them  with 
reference  to  the  divisions  of  the  rates  of 
transportation  applicable  to  said  traffic ; 
such  divisions  shall  be,  during  the  timf 
this  order  remains  in  force,  voluntarily 
agreed  upon  by  and  between  said  car- 
riers; and  upon  failure  of  the  carriers  to 
so  agree,  said  divisions  shall  be  hereaft(  r 
fixed  by  the  Commission  In  accordann^ 
with  pertinent  authority  conferred  upoi-. 
It  by  the  Interstate  Commerce  Act. 

(d>  Effective  date.  This  order  shall 
become  effective  6  p,  m.,  March  31.  194:^ 

(e)  Expiration  date.  This  order  sha.l 
expire  at  11:59  p.  m.,  April  10,  1945.  un- 
less otherwise  modified,  changed,  su.- 
pended.  or  annulled  by  order  of  the  Com- 
mission. (40  Stat.  101,  sec.  402.  418;  41 
Stat.  476,  485;  sec.  4,  10;  54  Stat.  901.  912; 
49  U.S.C.  1  (10)-a7)  15  (4>) 

It  is  further  ordered,  that  copies  ci 
this  order  and  direction  be  served  upo:i 
the  carriers  named  herein  and  upon  tho 
Association  of  American  Railroads.  Cai- 
Service  Division,  as  agent  of  all  railroads 
subscribing  to  the  car  service  and  P'  r 
diem  agreement  under  the  terms  of  thnt 
agreement;  and  that  notice  of  this  order 


be  given  to  the  general  public  by  deposit- 
ing •  copy  thereof  in  the  Office  of  the 
Secretary  of  the  Commission  at  Wash- 
ington, D.  C,  and  by  filing  it  with  the 
Director,  Division  of  the  Federal  Register. 

By  the  Commission,  Division  3. 

[seal]  W.  p.  Bartel, 

Secretary. 

IF.    R.    Doc.    45-5256;    Filed,    Apr.    2,    1945; 
11:02  a    m.j 


Notices 


DEPARTMENT  OF  THE  INTERIOR. 
Geological  .Survey. 

[Power  Site  Classification  374] 

North  Platte  River  and  Tributaries. 
Colo,  and  Wyo. 

CLASSIFICATION    AS    POWER    SITE 

February  19.  1945. 
The  Secretary  of  the  Interior. 

Sir-  Under  authority  vested  in  me  by 
the  act  of  March  3.  1879  <20  Stat.  394; 
43  U.S.C.  31.  41 ',  the  following  described 
land  is  hereby  classified  as  power  sites 
and,  in  so  far  as  title  thereto  remains  in 
the  United  States  and  subject  to  valid 
existing  rights,  it  is  recommended  that 
iliis  classification  be  given  full  force  and 
effect  under  the  provisions  of  section  24 
of  the  act  of  June  10.  1920.  as  amended  by 
sec.  211  of  the  act  of  August  26,  1935  <41 
Stat.  1075;  49  Stat.  846:  16  U.S.C  sec. 
818': 

Sixth  Pkincipal  Meridian 

colorado 

T    11  N  ,  R    80  W., 

Sec.  1,  lot  4,  SW^NWU.  and  IfWUSWU: 

Sec.  2.  lot  1,  SE'4. 
T    12  N..  R.  80  W.. 

Sec.  23,  lots  3,  and   4.  S'jSWU: 

Sec.   26.  W'j; 

sec.      35,    B'jNEU.    NWU.    N'-^SE'*.    ai'd 

SE^SEU- 
T    12  N  .  R.  82  W  . 

Sec.  22.  lots  3,  and  4.  N'.SWU- 

WYOMING 

T    12  N..  R.  80  W  . 

Sec.     3.  SWUSW'^; 

Sec.     4.  NW'4.    E'2SW>4,    W';SE'4.     and 
SE>4SE'4: 

Sec.     9,  NE'4NE'4; 

Sec.  10.  N'j,  and  NE'4SEi4: 

Sec.  11,  SW'4NW'4.  and  eW'4: 

Sec.    14,    N'jNE'4.   SWUNEU.   NE'4NW'4. 
SEi4SW<4.  W'jSEU,  and  BE^eE'*; 

Sec.  23.    lots  1.  2,  and  3. 
T   13  N..  R.  80  W  . 

Sec.  5.  SW^NW'i,  and  NWi4SW'4: 

Sec.  6,  S'aNE',,  and  SE'4; 

Sec.  7,  NE'4: 

Sec.    8,  W':NW'4.  and  SW'4: 

Sec.  17,  NWI4.  and  WiaBWU; 

Sec.   18,   SEI4NEI4.   and   E'zSE'i; 

Sec.   19,   NE^NEU; 

Sec.  20.  N'2NWi4.  SE^NW^.  and  S  WV4 : 

Sec.28,  W'jSWU.SEUSWU.andSijBEV*; 

Sec.   29,   NE'.4.   N'jNWU.   BEUNWV*.   and 

E' .SE'4: 
Sec.  *33,  NE'4.  S'.SWU.  and  W'.zSE'i- 

No.  66 8 


T   12  N  .  R.  82  W  , 
Sec.  3,  SW'iSW';: 
Sec.  4,  Si2SE>4: 

Sec    9,  N'oNEli.  SEViNEV*.  and  W'^SE^: 
Sec.    10.    W'/jNE>4.   N>/2NW'4.    SEI4NWU. 

and  SE'4: 
Sec.  11,  W'^SW'*.  and  SE'4SW'4: 

Sec.  12,  S'iSEU; 

Sec.    13,    N'2NW'4:    Exclusive    of    Mineral 

Survey  260; 
Sec      14,'   S'2NE'4:     Ni'iNW>4.    SEi4NW'4. 

E' 2 SE'4;    Exclusive    of   Mineral    Survey 

No    260; 
Ser     15.    NEi4NE'4.    S'zNWU,    and    NWI4 

SE'4; 
Sec.  22,  lots  3,  and  4; 
Sec   23.  lots  1,  2.  3.  and  4. 
T.  12  N.,  R    84  W.. 
Sec.   2,   NWi,SW'4; 
S€C.  3.  NE'4NE'4; 
Sec    8.  S'jSE'4; 

Sec    9.  SE'4  NE'4.   and  NE'4  SE'4; 
Sec.    10.  SW'4NW'4,   NWI4SWI4,   and   S'^ 

SE'4; 
Sec     15.   lots    1.   3.   and    4,   EI2NEI4.   SW'4 

NW'4.    Ni2SW'4.    and    NEi4SE'4- 
T    13  N..  R    84  W., 

Sec.   13.  NWI4NEI4,  SEi,NW'4.  N'.SW^. 

and   SW'4SW'4: 
S-c    24,  W' .NW'4.  W2SW'4; 
Sec  26  N'2NE'.4.SWi,4NE'4.and  Wi2SE'4; 
S'c     35,    W'2NE'4,    E'2NW'4.    and    W'2 

gE'4. 

Julian  D.  Sears. 
Acting  Director. 


Approved:  March  23,  1S45, 

MICHAEL   W.   STRAUS. 

Assistant  Secretary. 

[F.    R.    Doc.    45-5248;    Filed,    Apr     2.    1945; 
9;32   a.   m.] 


DEPARTMENT  OF  LABOR. 
Wage  and  Hour  Division. 

Learner  Employment  Certificates 

issuance  to  various  industries 

Notice  of  issuance  of  special  certifi- 
cates for  the  employment  of  learners 
under  the  Fair  Labor  Standards  Act  of 

1938.  .  , 

Notice  is  hereby  given  that  special 
certificates  authorizing  the  emplojTnent 
of  learners  at  hourly  wage  rates  lower 
than  the  minimum  wage  rate  applicable 
under  section  6  of  the  act  are  issued 
under  section  14  thereof.  Part  522  of  the 
regulations  issued  thereunder  (August 
16  1940,  5  F.R.  2862  and  as  amended 
June  25,' 1942,  7  F.R.  4725).  and  the  de- 
termination and  order  or  regulations 
listed  below  and  published  in  the  Federal 
Register  as  here  stated. 

Apparel  Learner  Regulations,  September  7. 
1940  (5  FR  3591),  as  amended  by  Adminis- 
trative Order  March  13,  1943  (8  F.R.  3079). 

Single  Pants,  Shirts  and  Allied  Garments. 
Women's  Apparel,  Sportswear,  Rainwear. 
Robes  and  Leather  and  Sheep-Lined  Gar- 
ments Divisions  of  the  Apparel  Industry', 
Learner  Regulations.  July  20,  1942,  (7  FR. 
4724),  as  amended  by  Administrative  Order 
March  13,  1943  (8  FR.  3079),  and  Adminis- 
trative Order,  June  7,  1943,  (8  FJl.  7890), 

Glove  Findings  and  Determination  of 
February  20,  1940,  a*  amended  by  Adminis- 
trative Order  September  20,  1940  (5  F.R, 
3748)  and  as  further  amended  by  Adminis- 
trative Order  March  13,  1943   (8  FR.  3079). 


Hosiery  Learner  Regulations.  September  4. 
1940  (5  FR.  3530).  as  amended  by  Adminis- 
trative Order  March  13.  1943  (8  F.R.  3079 » . 

Textile  Learner  Regulations,  May  16,  1941 
(6  FM  2446)  as  amended  by  Administrative 
Order  March  13.  1943  (8  F.R   3079 1 , 

Independent  Telephone  Learner  Regula- 
tions, July  17,  1944  (9FJt.  7125). 

The  employment  of  learners  under 
these  certificates  is  limited  to  the  terms 
and  conditions  therein  contained  and  to 
the  provisions  of  the  applicable  determi- 
nation and  order  or  regulations  Cited 
above.  The  applicable  determination 
and  order  or  regulations,  and  the  effec- 
tive and  expiration  dates  of  the  certifi- 
cates issued  to  each  employer  is  hsted 
below.  The  certificates  may  be  cancelled 
in  the  manner  provided  in  the  regula- 
tions and  as  indicated  in  the  certificates. 
Any  person  aggrieved  by  the  issuance  of 
any  of  these  certificates,  may  seek  a  re- 
view or  reconsideration  thereof. 
Name  and  Address  of  Fikm.  Int)usthy,  Prod- 

t-CT.   Number   of   Learners   and   Eftective 

Dates 

APPAREL   INDUSTRY 

Thompsontown  Manufacturing  Company, 
Thompsontown,  Pennsylvania;  men's  night- 
wear  .(woven),  olive-drab  Army  shorts  (  wo- 
ven 1 ;  5  learners  (T) ;  effective  March  20.  1945, 
expiring  March  19.  1946. 

SINGLE  PANTS.  SHIRTS.  AND  ALLIED  GARMENTS, 
WOMEN  S  APPAREL,  SPORTSWEAR,  RAINWEAR. 
ROBES  AND  LEATHER  AND  SHEEP-LINED  GAR- 
MENTS DIVISIONS  OF  THE  APPAREL  INDUSTRY 

Colonial  Frocks.  Inc..  32  S.  LaSalle  Street, 
Aurora,  Illinois;  juniors',  misses'  and  women  s 
dresses;  10  percent  (Ti;  eflective  March  16, 
1945.  expiring  March  15.  1946. 

The  Fitz  Overall  Company,  112-114  South 
Second  Street,  Atchison,  Kansas;  overalls. 
overall  jackets,  work  pants,  one-piece  suits, 
10  learners  (Ti;  effective  March  16.  1945, 
expiring  March  15,  1946. 

Garden  Dress  Company.  Oak  and  Balliet 
Streets,  Frackville,  Pennsylvania;  ladies'  and 
children's  dresses;  10  percent  (T);  eSectlve 
March  14,  1945.  expiring  March  13,  1946. 

Gort  Girls'  Frocks.  Inc..  75  Stark  Street, 
N.  E  .  Wlikes-Barre.  Pennsylvania;  children's 
cotton  drcses.  housecoats,  play  suits,  slacks. 
and  shorts;  10  percent  (TI;  effective  March 
23    1945.  expiring  March  22.  1946. 

The  Jetmore  Company,  128  N.  Cherry  Street. 
Olathe.  Kansas;  children's  play  garments;  5 
learners  (T);  effective  March  22.  1945,  expir- 
ing March  21,  1946. 

Julius  Leventhal  &  Bros  .  Lykens.  Pennsyl- 
vania; shirts;  10  percent  (Ti;  effective  Mar:h 
16    1945,  expiring  March  15,  1946. 

Southland  Manufacturing  Company.  Mo- 
bile and  Grady  Streets.  Montgomery,  Ala- 
bama- navv  chambray  shirts,  civilian  woik 
shirts';  15  percent  (AT);  effective  March  19, 
1945.  expiring  September  18,  1945. 

GLOVE    INDUSTRY 

Green  Mountain  Glove  Company,  3  Central 
Street,  Randolph.  Vermont;  work  gloves;  3 
learners  (T) ;  effective  March  16,  1945,  ex- 
piring March  15,  1946. 

HOSIERY    INDUSTRY 

Clay  County  Products  Company.  Inc  ,  Green 
Cove  Springs,  Florida;  full-fashioned  hosiery; 
5  learners  (T);  effective  March  18.  1945.  ex- 
piring March  17,  1946. 

Lillian  Knitting  Mills  Company,  335  East 
Main  Street,  Albemarle.  North  Carolina;  full- 
fashioned  hosiery;  5  percent  (T);  effective 
March  18,  1945,  expiring  March  17,  1946. 


3."i64 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  AprU  S,  1945 


356  rl 


TEXTTIE     INDUSTRY 


Cleveland  Silk  Mills,  Inc.  3i:!h  S'lrct, 
Clevelaiid.  Tciinesict;  rfiyoii;  12  lcai;iei3 
(ATi;  efltctivo  March  19.  1945.  expiring  Sep- 
tf^nibpr  18,  1045  (This  cortiflcale  rtplacfS 
the  ce.tiQcule  previously  is.'^ued,  eRcctlve 
M:;rrh  U,  194'i  and  expiniiK  M.'.rch  10.  1046  ) 

S  .uthprii  Wibblni.':  M;U.  .  Inc  .  Pridsville 
Read,  Greensboru.  North  Caruiina;  narrow 
fabric  webbing;  3  jjf'rceut.  IT):  effective 
March   16,   lUij,  expu.UK  March  15.  194ti. 

TELEPHONE   INDUSTRY 

CeiUial  Iowa  Telephone  Corr.pruiy,  E:n- 
meisburt:,  Iowa,  to  employ  l;-arners  r.s 
c.;mir.erclal  .switchboard  operator.-,  al  Its  Em- 
niet.sburg  exchanr;e,  located  at  Frnmrtsburi^, 
Iowa;  efTective  March  16.  1945.  pxplring 
March  15,  194G 

G-rtral  Iowa  TtMephone  Company,  Gli.d- 
hrtiok.  Iowa:  to  employ  learners  as  commircial 
switchboard  operators  at  It.s  GIadbv(X)k  ex- 
change, located  itt  Glftdbrix  k.  Iowa;  effective 
M.rrh  16.  194').  expirlnir  March  15.  1916. 

West  Iowa  Telephone  Company.  Marcus, 
Iowa;  to  employ  learners  as  commercial 
switchboard  operators  at  Us  Mircufi  ex- 
change, located  Pt  Marcus.  Iowa:  etrecUve 
March  16,  1945.  explnnj:;  March  15.  1946. 

West  Iowa  Telephone  Comp:iny.  Remsen. 
Iowa;  to  empl  )y  learners  as  commercial 
switchboard  operators  at  lt«  Remsen  ex- 
change, located  at  Remsen,  Iowa:  etTectlve 
March   16.   1945.  expniui?  March   15.   1946. 

Signed  at  New  Yoik.  New  York  this 
21,>t  day  of  March,  1945. 

Paiii-ink  C.  Gilbert, 
Authorized  Representative 

of  the  Administrator. 

4+"     R     Do(  .    45  .)ir.2.    Filed.    Mar.    30.    1945; 
2  25  p .  m  I 


Newspapeh  Purmshing  and  Graphic  Arts 
Industry 

notice  of  reopening  of  hearing  on  min- 
imum wage  recqmmend.xtion  ok  .special 
industry  committee  no  3  for  puerto 

RICO 

Wherea.s.  a  public  hearint;  wa.s  held 
before  Donald  M.  Murtha.  a.s  Presiding; 
Officer,  on  S?ptcmber  19,  1944,  In  New 
York.  New  York,  for  the  purpo.se  of  re- 
ceiving evidence  on  the  followiuR  ques- 
tion: 

Wliether  the  recommendafon  of  Spe- 
cial Industry  Committee  No.  3  for  Puerto 
Rico  for  H  minimum  wage  rate  in  tlie 
new.spaper  publi.shing  and  graphic  arts 
indu.<try  in  Puerto  Flico  shall  be  approved 
or  disapproved: 

Now  therefore,  notice  i.s  hereby  given 
that,  pursuant  to  section  4  of  the  rules 
RoverninR  the  above  proceeding,  the 
hearing  will  bo  reopened  for  the  ptirpose 
of  taking  further  evidence  on  Apiil  26. 
1945,  before  Russell  L.  SturRis,  Territorial 
Representative  of  the  Wage  and  Hour 
Division,  United  States  Department  of 
Ixibor.  at  10  a.  m.  in  the  Chamber  of 
Commerce  Buildings  Ban  Juan,  Puerto 
Rico. 


Sii^ned  at  New  York,  New  York,  this 
2Sth  day  of  March  1945. 

L.  Metcalfe  Walling. 

Administrator. 


[F     R,    Doc.    45  5232;    Piled.    Mar. 
4  44  p.  m.l 


n.    1045; 


Salant  &  Salant.  Inc. 
notice  of  hearing 


In  the  matter  of  the  application  of 
Salant  k  Salant.  Inc..  for  special  certifi- 
cates authorizing  the  employment  of 
learners  at  subminimum  wage  rates  pur- 
suant to  section  14  of  the  Fair  Labor 
Standards  Act  of  1938  and  Part  522.  as 
amended,  of  the  regulations  is.^ied 
thereunder. 

Applications  have  been  made  by  Salant 
&  Salant.  Inc..  pursuant  to  section  14  of 
tlie  Pair  Labor  Standards  Act  of  1938 
and  Regulations,  Part  522,  as  amended 
(Regulations  Applicable  to  Employment 
of  Learners  Pursuant  to  section  14  of  the 
Fair  Labor  Standards  Act  of  1938).  re- 
questing the  Is.^uance  of  special  certifi- 
cates permitting  the  employment  of 
learners  at  wage  rates  lower  than  the 
minimum  applicable  under  section  6  of 
the  act  at  those  of  its  plants  located  at 
Lawrenceburg.  Henderson,  Lexington, 
Parsons,  Union  City.  Obion  and  Paris, 
Tennes.'<ee. 

Objections  having  been  filed  by  the 
Airialgamated  Clothing  Workers  of 
America,  temporary  90-day  certificates 
were  issued  to  the  aforementioned  plants 
of  Salant  L  Salant.  Inc..  authorizing  the 
employment  of  learners  at  subminimum 
wage  rate.s  pending  the  holding  of  a  hear- 
ing on  tlie  company's  applications  for 
L'^suance  of  full  one-year  learner  certifi- 
cates under  SS  522.160  to  522.165  of  regu- 
lations. Part  ,')22, -as  amended  iRegula- 
tions  Applicable  to  the  Employment  of 
Learners  in  the  Single  Pants.  Shirts  and 
Allied  Garments.  Women's  Apparel. 
Sportswear.  Rainwear.  Robes  and 
Leather  and  Sheep-Lined  Garments  Di- 
visions of  the  Apparel  Industry  ' .  These 
temporary  90-day  certificates  will  expire 
on  April  10,  1945.    Accordingly. 

Notice  is  hereby  given  of  a  public 
hearing  to  be  held  on  April  12.  1945,  com- 
mencing at  10  a.  m.,  in  the  Medical  Arts 
Building.  119  Seventh  Avenue.  North. 
Nashville  3.  Tennessee,  before  Isabel  Fer- 
guson, a  duly  authorized  representative 
of  the  Administrator,  who  is  hereby  au- 
thoiized  to  receive  evidence  and  hear 
argument  on  the  following  question: 

Whether  special  learner  certificates  should 
be  Issued  to  any  of  the  Tennessee  plant.s  of 
Salant  &  Salant.  Inc.,  on  and  after  Ajiril  10, 
1945,  under  Bccthjii  14  of  the  Fair  Labor 
Standards  Act  of  1938  aud  4  5  522.160  to 
622  166  of  Part  522.  a*  amended,  of  the  regu- 
lations istued   thereunder. 

In  order  that  the  Administrator  or  his 
duly  authorized  representative  may  ar- 
rive at  a  proper  determination  in  this 
proceeding  and  in  order  to  determine  the 
extent  to  which  special  learner  certifi- 


cates are  necessary  In  order  to  prr^vf'.it 
curtailment  of  opportunities  for  employ- 
ment, the  presiding  officer  will  rtccive 
evidence  bearing  .on  such  factors  a>: 
availability  of  experienced  workers  to 
Salant  &  Salant,  Inc.;  effect  of  issuance 
cf  special  learner  certificates  on  crea- 
tion of  unfair  competitive  labor  co.^l  nd- 
vantages;  effect  of  issuance  of  such  '^  r- 
tificates  on  working  standards  et.iij- 
lished  for  experienced  workers  for  wo:-: 
cf  a  like  or  comparable  character  in  iho 
industry;  and  the  extent  and  nature  of 
the  use  of  certificates  previously  i-^  kcI 
to  any  of  applicant's  plants. 

Following  the  hearing,  the  pre.-'.dmc 
ofBcer  shall  file  with  the  Adminisira'.n: 
a  complete  record  of  the  proceedin:;.s  [n. 
gether  with  his  findings  of  fact  and  r-"- 
ommcndaiions  thereon. 

Any  interested  person  may  appear  at 
the  hearing  to  offer  evidence,  Provided. 
That  not  later  than  April  9.  1945.  such 
person  .shall  file  with  the  Adminisli:aoj- 
of  the  Wage  and  Hour  Division.  Unit'  ri 
States  Department  of  Labor,  165  \V'  • 
46th  Street.  New  York  19,  New  York.  ;i 
notice  of  intention  to  appear  containuK' 
the  following  information: 

1.  The  name  and  address  of  the  person  ap- 
pearing. 

2.  If  such  person  is  appearing  In  a  leprc- 
sentative  capacity,  the  names  and  addresses 
of  the  persons  or  organizations  which  he  is 
representing, 

3.  A  statement  whether  the  appearance  is 
In  support  of  or  in  oppo.sltlon  to  the  appli- 
cations. 

Such  notice  may  be  mailed  to  the 
minlstrator  and  shall  be  con.sldered 
upon  receipt.  Written  statement - 
lieu  of  personal  appearance  ma:, 
mailed  to  the  Administrator  at  any 
prior  to  the  date  of  hearing  or  ma 
filed  with  the  presiding  officer  at 
hearing. 

Signed  at  New  York.  New  York,  ti^ii 
29th  day  of  March  1945. 

L.  Metcalfe  Walling. 
Administrafyr. 

|P.    R     EV'C.    45  52J3,    Filed.   Mar.   31,   li^^J. 
4:44  p    m.| 


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FEDERAL  POWER  CO.MM LESION. 

[Docket    N(.s.    G  394.    0-630) 

Central  Illi:<ois  Public  Service  Co 
et  al. 

order  consolidating  proceedings  and 
kixing  date  of  hc^ring 

March  31.  19-4' 

Central  Dlinois  Public  Service  C.ni- 
pany,  Petitioner  v.  Panhandle  Ea  urn 
Pipe  Line  Company  and  Kentucky  Natu- 
ral Gas  Corporation.  Respond-nt?, 
Docket  No.  Q-394;  in  the  matter  of  K>i'- 
tucky  Natural  Gas  Corporation.  U'X.-;>^t 
No.  G-630. 

It  appearing  to  the  Commission  tha*: 
(a I  On  September  25,  1944.  Central  I'li- 
nois  Public  Service  Company  tPe'.'.>'!i- 


rr>  filed  an  amended  petition  In  Docket 
No.  G-394  seeking  an  order  of  this  Com- 
inission  under  section  7  (a)  of  the  Natu- 
ral Gas  Act  directing  Panhandle  Eastern 
Pipe  Line  Company  to  extend  its  trans- 
fnisslon  pipe  line  facilities  and  establish 
a  physical  connection  with  the  distribu- 
tion system  of  the  Petitioner  at  a  point 
near  the  City  of  Mattoon.  Illinois,  and 
10  sell  and  deliver  at  such  point  natural 
f-as  in  sufiRcient  quantities  to  meet  its 
natural-gas  requirements  in  the  cities  of 
Mattoon.  Charleston.  Paris  and  EfBng- 
ham  and  intermediate  communities  in 
the  State  of  Illinois; 

(b>  On  March  26.  1945.  Kentucky 
Natural  Gas  Corporation  (Applicant) 
tiled  an  application  in  Docket  No.  G-630 
for  a  certificate  of  public  convenience 
nnd  necessity  pursuant  to  section  7  (c) 
of  the  Natural  Gas  Act.  as  amended,  to 
authorize  its  construction  and  operation 
of  approximately  20 'ia  miles  of  6-inch 
tran.smission  pipeline  extending  from  a 
ixilnt  of  connection  with  the  transmis- 
sion pipelines  of  Panhandle  Eastern  Pipe 
Line  Company  at  or  near  Tuscola.  Illi- 
nois, southwardly  to  a  point  of  connec- 
tion with  tfte  eastern  end  of  the  Mattoon 
di.stribution  system  of  the  Central  Illinois 
Public  Service  Company  for  the  purpose 
of  supplying  additional  quantities  of 
natural  gas  to  the  Central  Illinois  Public 
Service  Company; 

<c)  By  order  of  the  Commission  en- 
tered February  23,  1945,  the  proceeding 
in  Docket  No.  G-394  was  set  for  hearing 
to  be  held  commencing  at  10:00  a.  m. 
(c.  w.  t.)  on  April  12,  1945,  in  Room  705, 
United  States  Custom  House.  Chicago, 
Illinois; 

(d)  By  telegraphic  communication  of 
March  27.  1945.  Panhandle  Eastern  Pipe 
Line  Company  requested  that  the  pro- 
ceeding In  Docket  No.  G-630  be  consoli- 
dated for  hearing  with  Docket  No.  G-394. 
and  as  of  the  same  date  Central  Illinois 
Public  Service  Company  advised  that  it 
has  no  objection  to  such  consolidation; 

<e)  The  above-entitled  proceedings 
may  involve  substantially  similar  issues 
and  facts; 

If)  On  March  29.  1945.  Counsel  for 
National  Coal  Association  and  the 
United  Mine  Workers  of  America  filed 
an  application  for  a  continuance  of  the 
hearing  in  Docket  No.  G-394. 

The  Commission  orders  that:  ^a)  Che 
proceedings  in  Docket  Nos.  G-394  and 
G-630  be  and  they  are  hereby  consoli- 
dated for  the  purposes  of  hearing. 

'b)  A  public  hearing  be  held  with  re- 
spect to  the  matters  involved  and  the 
is.'^ues  presented  in  the  consolidated 
proceedings  beginning  on  April  23,  1945, 
at  10:00  a.  m.  (c.  w.  t.)  in  Room  705. 
United  States  Custom  House.  Chicago, 
Illinois. 

•  c>  Interested  State  commissions  may 
participate  in  this  hearing  in  accordance 
with  $  67.4  of  the  provisional  rules  of 
practice  and  regulations  under  the 
Natural  Gas  Act. 

By  the  Commission. 


FEDERAL  TRADE  COMMISSION. 

[Docket  No.  6192] 
National  Electric  Manufacturers  Co. 

ORDER  appointing  TRIAL  IXAMINKR  AND  FIX- 
ING TIMB  AND  PLACE  FOR  TAKING 
TESTIMONY 

At  a  regular  session  of  the  Federal 
Trade  Commission,  held  at  its  offlce  in 
the  City  of  Washington,  D.  C.  on  the  30th 
day  of  March,  A.  D.  1945. 

This  matter  being  at  issue  and  ready 
for  the  taking  of  testimony,  and  pursu- 
ant to  authority  vested  in  the  Federal 
Trade  Commission, 

It  is  ordered,  That  Webster  Ballinger, 
a  trial  examiner  of  this  Commission,  be 
and  he  hereby  is  designated  and  ap- 
pointed to  take  testimony  and  receive 
evidence  in  this  proceeding  and  to  per- 
form all  other  duties  authorized  by  law; 

It  in  lurther  ordered.  That  the  taking 
of  testimony  in  this  proceeding  begin  on 
Monday,  April  23,  1945.  at  ten  o'clock  in 
the  forenoon  of  that  day  (eastern  stand- 
ard timet,  in  Room  500.  45  Broadway, 
New  York.  New  York. 

Upon  completion  of  testimony  for  the 
Federal  Trade  Commission,  the  trial  ex- 
aminer is  directed  to  proceed  imme- 
diately to  take  testimony  and  evidence 
on  behalf  of  the  respondent.  The  trial 
examiner  will  then  close  the  case  and 
make  his  report  upon  the  facts;  conclu- 
sions of  facts;  conclusions  of  law;  and 
recommendation  for  appropriate  action 
by  the  Commission. 

By  the  Commission. 

(seal!  Otis  B.  Johnson,  * 

Secretary. 

|P.    R     Doc.    45-5264;    Filed,    Apr.    2,    1945; 
11:33  a.  m] 


!se.\l1 


Leon  M.  Fuquay, 
Secretary. 


jF     R     Doc.    45  5285;     Filed,    Apr.    2,    1945; 
11.52  a.  m.J 


[Docket  No.  5296] 

Southern  California  Pish  Corp. 

ORDER  appointing  TRIAi  EXAMINER  AND  FIX- 
ING TIME  AND  place  FOR  ^KING  TESTI- 
MONY 

At  a  regular  session  of  the  Federal 
Trade  Commission,  held  at  Its  ofiQce  in 
the  City  of  Washington,  D.  C,  on  the 
26th  day  of  March.  A.  D.  1945. 

This  matter  being  at  issue  and  ready 
for  the  taking  of  testimony,  and  pursu- 
ant to  authority  vested  in  the  Federal 
Trade  Commission. 

It  is  ordered.  That  John  L.  Hornor,  be 
and  he  hereby  is  designated  and  ap- 
pointed to  take  testimony  and  receive 
evidence  in  this  proceeding  and  to  per- 
form all  other  duties  authorized  by  law; 

It  is  lurther  ordered,  That  the  taking 
of  testimony  in  this  proceeding  begin  on 
Thursday.  May  10.  1945,  at  ten  o'clock 
in  the  forenoon  of  that  day  (Pacific 
standard  time)  in  Room  229.  Post  OfiBce 
Building,  Los  Angeles,  California. 

Upon  completion  of  testimony  for 
the  Federal  Trade  Commission,  the  trial 
examiner  is  directed  to  proceed  imme- 
diately to  take  testimony  and  evidence 
on  behalf  of  the  respondent.  The  trial 
examiner  will  then  close  the  case  and 
make  his  report  upon  the  facts;  conclu- 
sions of  facts;  conclusions  of  law;  and 


recommendation  for  appropriate  action 
by  the  Commission. 

By  the  Commission. 

[seal]  Otis  B.Johnson, 

Secretary. 

[F.    R     Doc.    45-5265;     Filed,    Apr.    3.     1945. 
11  ;35  a.  m.l 


[E>ocket  No.  5297] 
Del  Mar  Canning  Co. 

ORDER  appointing  TRIAL  EX..MINER  AND 
fixing  TIME  AND  PLACE  FOR  TAKING 
TESTIMONY 

At  a  regular  session  of  the  Federal 
Trade  Commission,  held  at  its  ofiBce  in 
the  City  of  Washington.  D.  C,  on  the 
29th  day  of  March,  A.  D.  1945. 

This  matter  being  at  issue  and  ready 
for  the  taking  of  testimony,  and  pursu- 
ant to  authority  vested  in  the  Federal 
Trade  Commission, 

It  is  ordered.  That  John  L.  Hornor.  a 
trial  examiner  of  this  Commission,  be 
and  he  hereby  is  designated  and  ap- 
pointed to  take  testimony  and  receive 
evidence  in  this  proceeding  and  to  per- 
form all  other  duties  authorized  by  law; 

It  is  further  ordered,  That  the  taking 
of  testimony  in  this  proceeding  begin  on 
Thursday,  May  17,  1945,  at  ten  o'clock  in 
the  forenoon  of  that  day  (Pacific  stand- 
ard time),  in  Council  Chambers.  Mon- 
terey Chamber  of  Commerce,  Monterey, 
California. 

Upon  completion  of  testimony  for  the 
Federal  Trside  Commission,  the  trial  ex- 
aminer is  directed  to  proceed  immedi- 
ately to  take  testimony  and  evidence  on 
behalf  of  the  respondent.  The  trial  ex- 
aminer will  then  close  the  case  and  make 
his  report  upon  the  facts;  conclusions  of 
facts;  conclusions  of  law;  and  recom- 
mendation for  appropriate  action  by  the 
Commission. 

By  the  Commission. 

[SEAL]  Otis  B.  Johnson, 

Secretary. 

[F.    R.    Doc.    45-5266;    Filed.    Apr.    2,    1945; 
11:35  a.  m] 


INTERSTATE     COMMERCE     COM:vIIS. 
SION. 

[S.  O.  70-A,  Special  Permit  945] 

Reconsignment  of  Sweet  Potatoes   at 
Kansas  City,  Mo. 

Pursuant  to  the  authority  vested  in  me 
by  paragraph  (f)  of  the  first  ordering 
paragraph  (s  95.35,  8  F.R.  14624)  of  Serv- 
ice Order  No.  70-A  of  October  22.  1943, 
permission  is  granted  for  any  common 
carrier  by  railroad  subject  to  the  Inter- 
state Commerce  Act: 

To  disregard  entirely  the  provisions  of  Serv- 
ice Order  No.  70-A  Insofar  as  it  applies  to  th« 
reconsignment  at  Kansas  City.  Missouri. 
March  28,  1945,  by  Fadler  Products  Company, 
of  car  WFE  63009,  sweet  potatoes,  now  on  the 
Kansas  City  Southern  Railroad,  to  S'lm 
SarofI,  Manhattan,  Kansas  (U  P.) . 

The  waybill  shall  show  reference  to  this 
special   permit. 


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;i    9     70/^ 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


3567 


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FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


3567 


A  copy  of  this  special  permit  has  been 
served  upon  the  Association  of  Ameri- 
can Railroads,  Car  Service  Division,  as 
agent  of  the  railroads  subscribing  to  the 
car  service  and  per  diem  agreement 
under  the  terms  of  that  agreement;  and 
notice  of  this  permit  shall  be  given  to 
the  general  public  by  depositinK  a  copy 
in  the  ofiflce  of  the  Secretary  of  the  Com- 
mission at  Washington,  D.  C,  and  by 
fllm«  it  with  the  Director.  Division  of  the 
Federal  Register. 

Lssu'xl  at  Waslungton.  D.  C  .  this  28lli 
day  of  March  1945. 

V.  C.  Clinger, 

Director, 
Bureau  of  Service. 

|F     R     IX:o     45  5257;     Filed,    Apr.    2,     1945; 
11  02  a.  m.| 


[S    O    70  A.  Special  Permit   946] 

Reconsignment  or  Carrots  at  Kansas 
City.  Mo. 

Pursuant  to  the  authority  vested  In 
me  by  paragraph  (f )  of  the  first  ordering 
paragraph  <§  95.35.  8  F.R.  14624)  of 
Service  Order  No.  70-A  of  October  22. 
1943.  permission  Is  granted  for  any  com- 
mon carrier  by  railroad  subject  to  the 
Interstate  Commerce  Act: 

To  disregard  entirely  the  provisions  of 
Service  Order  No.  70-A  Insofar  as  It  applies  to 
the  reconsignment  at  Kansas  City.  Missouri. 
March  28  or  29,  1945,  by  Yeckes-Elchenbaum, 
of  cars  PFE  41427  and  SFRD  24848,  carrots, 
now  on  the  St.  L.-8,  P.  Railway,  to  Yeckes- 
Elchenbaum.  Chicago.  lUlnolB    (CRI&P). 

The  waybills  shall  show  reference  to  this 
.special   permit. 

A  copy  of  this  special  permit  has  been 
served  upon  the  Association  of  American 
Railroads.  Car  Service  Division,  as  agent 
of  the  railroads  subscribing  to  the  car 
service  and  per  diem  agreement  under 
the  terms  of  that  agreement;  and  no- 
tice of  this  permit  shall  be  given  to  the 
general  public  by  depositing  a  copy  in 
the  office  of  the  Secretary  oL  the  Com- 
mission at  Washington.  D.  C.  and  by  fil- 
ing it  with  the  Director.  Division  of  the 
Federal  Regi.-^ter. 

I.s..=ued  at  Wa.shington,  D.  C.  i\m  28th 
day   of   March,    1945. 

V.  C.  Clingeh, 

Director. 
Bureau  of  Service. 

[V     R     I>x\    4&  5258;    Filed,    Apr.    2.    1945; 
1102a    m  ) 


OFFICE   OF   ALIEN'   I»ROPEr?TV   CLS- 
TOni.VN. 

[Vesting  Order  4709] 
Elizabeth  Both 

In  re:  Real  property,  property  Insur- 
ance policy  and  claim.s  owned  by  Eliza- 
beth Both.  al.<;o  known  as  Mrs.  Joseph 
Both,  and  another. 

Under  the  authority  of  the  Trading 
with  the  Enemy  Act.  as  amended,  and 
Executive  Order  No.  9095.  as  amended. 


and  pursuant  to  law,  the  undersigned, 
after  investigation,  finding: 

1  That  the  last  known  address  of  Elizabeth 
Both,  also  known  as  Mrs.  Joseph  Both,  and 
Therezia  Marten,  also  known  as  Terez  Both, 
ThereslP  Both  and  Theresa  Both,  Is  Szenteg- 
yhazii-sfalvo.  Udvarhely  m.,  Hungary,  and  that 
they  are  residents  of  Hungary  and  n:\tlonal9 
of  a  designated  enemy   country    (Huiiguryi; 

2.  That  Elizabeth  Both,  also  known  ab  Mrs. 
Joseph  Both,  and  Therczla  Marton,  also 
kiKiwn  Rs  Terez  Both,  Theresle  Both  and 
Theresa  Bfith.  are  the  owners  of  the  property 
deFcnljed  in  subparagraph  3  hereof; 

3    That  the  property  described  as  follows: 

a.  Real  property  situated  in  the  City  (j[ 
Chicago,  C'liinty  of  Cook.  State  of  Illinois, 
particularly  described  In  Exhibit  A.  attached 
hereto  and  by  reference  made  a  part  hereof, 
together  with  all  hereditaments,  fixtures,  Im- 
provements and  appurtenances  thereto,  and 
any  and  all  claims  for  rents,  refunds,  bene- 
fits, or  other  payments  arising  from  the  own- 
ership of  such  property. 

b.  All  right,  title  and  interest  of  Elizabeth 
Both,  also  known  as  Mrs.  Joseph  Both,  and 
Tlierezia  Marton.  also  known  as  Terez  Both. 
Theresle  Both,  and  Theresa  Both,  In  and 
to  Fire  Insurance  Policy  366539,  Issued  by 
the  Pennsylvania  Fire  Insurance  Company 
of  Philudeiphia,  Insuring  the  property  de- 
scribed  In   subpiiragraph   3-a   hereof,    and 

c.  AH  right,  title.  Interest  and  claim  of 
Elizabeth  Both,  alfo  known  as  Mrs.  Joseph 
Both,  and  Therezia  Murton,  also  known  as 
Terez  Both,  Theresle  Both,  and  "Hieresa  Both. 
In  and  to  any  and  all  obligations,  contin- 
gent or  ctherwl.se  and  whether  or  not  ma- 
tured, owing  to  them  by  George  Paul,  also 
known  as  George  Pal,  Including  particularly 
but  not  limited  to  those  aums  arising  by 
reason  of  rents  collected  from  the  real  prop- 
erty described  in  hubparagraph  3  a  hereof, 
which  sums  are  deposited  In  the  Pullman 
Trust  &  Savings  Bank.  111th  Street  and  South 
Park  Avenue,  Chicago.  Illinois,  in  the  name 
of  George  Paul  and  any  and  all  security 
rights  In  and  to  any  and  all  collateral  for 
any  or  all  such  obligations  and  the  right  to 
enforce  and  collect  the  same. 

Ls  property  within  the  United  States  owned 
or  controlled  by  nationals  of  a  de-^ignated 
enemy   country    (Hungary! ; 

And  determining  that  the  property  de- 
scribed in  subpar;»graph  3-b  hereof  is  nec- 
essary for  U^e  maintenance  or  safeguarding 
of  other  pr^erty  (namely,  that  property  de- 
scribed in  subparagraph  3-a  hereof)  belciig- 
Ing  to  the  same  nationals  of  the  same  desig- 
nated enemy  country  and  subject  to  vesting 
(and  in  fact  vested  by  this  order)  pursuant 
to  section  2  of  .said  Executive  order; 

And  further  determining  that  to  the  ex- 
tent that  sucli  nationa's  ore  persons  not 
Within  a  designated  enemy  country,  the 
national  Interest  of  the  United  States  re- 
quires that  such  persons  be  treated  n.s 
nationals  of  a  designated  enemy  country 
(Hungary)  ; 

And  havlnp  mnde  all  determinations  and 
taken  all  action  required  by  lay',  including 
appropriate  consultation  and  certification, 
and  deeming  It  necessary  In  the  national 
lntere.st, 

hereby  vests  in  the  Alien  Property  Cus- 
todian the  property  described  in  sub- 
paragraph 3-a  hereof,  subject  to  re- 
corded liens,  encumbrances  and  other 
riRhts  of  record  held  by  or  for  persons 
who  are  not  nationals  of  designated 
enemy  countries,  and  hereby  vests  in  the 
Alien  Property  Custodian  the  property 
described  In  subparagraphs  3-b  and  3-c 
hereof. 

All  such  property  so  vested  to  be  held, 
used,   administered,  liquidated,   sold   or 


otherwise  dealt  with  in  the  intercut  and 
for  the  benefit  of  the  United  States 

Such  property  and  any  or  all  of  tl  e 
proceeds  thereof  shall  be  held  in  an  ap- 
propriate account  or  accounts,  pencinc 
further  determination  of  the  Ali-ri 
Property  Cu.stodian.  This  order  s!ii,;i 
not  be  deemed  to  limit  the  power  of  tl'e 
Alien  Property  Custodian  to  return  .such 
property  or  the  proceeds  thereof  n 
whole  or  in  part,  nor  shall  this  ord-r  t 
deemed  to  indicate  that  compensation 
will  not  .be  paid  in  lieu  thereof,  if  and 
when  it  should  be  determined  to  take  any 
one  or  all  of  such  actions. 

Any  person,  except  a  national  of  a  d'  - 
ignatcd  enemy  country,  asserting;  any 
claim  arising  as  a  result  of  this  ord- :■ 
may,  within  one  year  from  the  date 
hereof,  or  within  such  further  tim^  a 
may  be  allowed,  file  with  the  Alien  Pinp- 
erty  Custodian  on  Form  APC-1  a  none- 
of  claim,  together  with  a  request  for  a 
hearing  thereon.  Nothing  herein  con- 
tained shall  be  deemed  to  constitute  an 
admission  of  the  existence,  validity  or 
right  to  allowance  of  any  such  claim 

The  terms  "national"  and  "desiKnaic! 
enemy  country"  as  u.sed  herein  shall  ha. c 
the  meanings  prescribed  in  section  10  (>f 
Executive  Order  No.  9095,  as  amend*  d 

Executed  at  Washington.  D.  C  cr. 
March  5,  1945. 

( SEAL  ]  James  E.  Markham 

Alien  Propcrt]/  Custudui  . 

Exhibit  A 

Those  certain  parcels  of  land  situat>ct  m 
the  City  of  Chicajjo.  County  of  Cook  St..*e 
of  Illlnuls,  described  as  follows: 

Parcrl  1  The  South  half  of  Lot  Thirty-two 
(32)  in  Block  Three  (3)  in  the  Rcsubdr.  sai; 
of  the  West  half  of  Block  Eight  (8i  ai.'.i 
Eleven  (11)  and  all  of  Blocks  Nine  (9i  ui.U 
Ten  (10)  in  Placerdale.  a  Subdivision  if  the 
East  half  of  the  South  ciifit  quarter  of  Stc- 
tion  Twenty  (20),  Township  Thirty-seven 
(37)  North.  Range  Fourteen  (14).  E.isf  of 
the  Third  (3d)  Principal  Meridian.  Pituate 
m  the  City  of  Chicago.  County  of  Clk  k  ::. 
the  State  of  HllnolB. 

Parcel  2.  Lot  Thirty-one  (31)  in  Bl^<k 
Three  (3)  in  the  Resubdivlsion  of  the  We-' 
half  (Wj)  of  Blocks  Eight  (8)  and  Eleve.i 
(11)  and  all  of  Blocks  Nine  (9)  and  Ten  i  10 1 
except  lots  Nineteen  (19).  Twenty-two  (22) 
and    Twenty-three    (23)    of   Block   Tin    (lOi 

In  the  Original  Subdivi«ion  of  the  EiiM  Hr.- 

(E'i)  of  the  South  East  Quarter  (SK'j)  <"{ 
section  Twenty  (20)  Township  Tlilrty-stven 
(37)  North.  Range,  Fourteen  (14).  Ea^t  oi  th- 
Third  (3d)  Principal  Meridian  sltuivled  :i'. 
the  City  of  Chicago,  in  the  County  of  CO' k. 
In  the  Slate  of  Illinois. 

(F.    R.    Doc.    4S-5259:    Piled,    Apr.    2.    10!5. 
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I  Vesting  Order  47261 


A.  W.  LoTZ,  Inc. 
Under  the  authority  of  the  Tiadiiiii 
with  the  Enemy  Act.  as  amended,  and 
Executive  Order  No.  9095.  as  am.r.ded, 
and  pursuant  to  law.  the  undersit-nrri. 
after  investigation: 

1.  Having  found  and  determined  in  V'Mlrg 
Order  Number  169.  dated  September  24  l''^- 
and  Supplemental  Ve.'^ting  Order  N>n:'>'^'' 
4611,  dated  February  15.  1945,  that  O  V  ^'•'' 
zawa  A:  Company  is  a  partner.- hip  cf.  .!>•  '" 
of  Otokicbi  Yoshlznwa,  Shcsaku  Koinuinfi  ac^i 


Shlzuo  Kojima,  residents  and  nationals  of 
Japan,  aad  Ls  a  national  of  a  designated 
enemy  country  (Japan); 

2.  Finding  that  all  of  the  outstanding  cap- 
ital stock  of  A  W.  Lotz,  Inc.,  a  corporation 
(.rganlzed  and  doing  business  under  the  laws 
uf  the  State  of  New  York,  and  a  business  en- 
terprise within  the  United  States,  consisting 
cu'  100  shares  of  no  par  value.  Is  registered  in 
the  names  of  the  persons  ll-sted  below  In  the 
number  appearing  opposite  each  name  Is  ben- 
eficially owned  by  O.  Yoshlzawa  &  Company 
and  Is  evidence  of  ownership  and  control  of 
the  said  btisincss  enterprise: 

Number  of 

N.ime;  share.i 

Alfred   W    Lctz 98 

Stephen   Cossu 1 

Mane  Elizabeth  Lotz 1 

100 

3.  Finding  that  A  W.  Lotz.  Inc  ,  Is  acting 
or  purporting  to  act  directly  or  Indirectly  fur 
the  benefit  or  on  behalf  of  Otokichl  Yoshi- 
x;>wa,  Shosaku  Kolnuma,  Shlzuo  KoJlma  and 
O.  Yoshlzawa  &  Company; 

and  determining: 

4.  That  A.  W.  Lotz,  Inc  ,  is  controlled  by 
O  Yoshlzawa  &  Company,  Otokichl  Yoshl- 
zawa. Shosaku  Kolnuma  and  Shizuo  Kojima 
and  is  acting  for  or  on  behalf  of  a  debignated 
enemy  country  (Japan)  or  persons  within 
such  country  and  is  a  national  of  a  desig- 
nated enemy  country  (Japan); 

5.  That  to  the  extent  that  such  nationals 
are  persons  not  within  a  designated  enemy 
country,  the  national  interest  of  the  United 
States  requires  that  such  persons  be  treated 
as  nationals  of  a  designated  enemy  country 
(Japan) ; 

;tnd  having  macte  all  determinations  and 
taken  all  action  required  by  law.  Including 
appropriate  consultation  and  certification, 
:.nd  deeming  It  necessary  In  the  national 
interest, 

hereby  vests  in  the  Alien  Property  Cus- 
todian 100  shares  of  no  par  value  capital 
.stock  of  A.  W.  Lotz.  Inc.,  more  fully  de- 
scribed in  subparagraph  2  above,  to  be 
held,  used,  administered,  liquidated,  sold 
or  otherwise  dealt  with  in  the  interest 
and  for  the  benefit  of  the  United  States, 
and  hereby  undertakes  the  direction, 
management,  supervision  and  control  of 
.said  business  enterprise  and  all  property 
of  any  nature  whatsoever  situated  in  the 
United  States,  owned  or  controlled  by. 
payable  or  deliverable  to.  or  held  on  be- 
half of  or  on  account  of.  or  owing  to  said 

business  enterprise,  to  the  extent  deemed 

nece.ssary  or  advisable  from  time  to  time 
by  the  Alien  Property  Custodian. 

Such  property  and  any  or  all  of  the 
proceeds  thereof  shall  be  held  in  an  ap- 
propriate account  or  accounts,  pending 
further  determination  of  the  Alien 
Property  Custodian.  This  order  shall 
not  be  deemed  to  limit  the  power  of  the 
Alien  Property  Custodian  to  vary  the 
f  xtent  of  or  terminate  such  direction, 
management,  supervision  or  control,  or 
return  such  property  or  the  proceeds 
thereof  in  whole  or  in  part,  nor  shall  it 
be  deemed  to  indicate  that  compensation 
will  not  be  paid  in  lieu  thereof,  if  and 
when  it  should  be  determined  to  take  any 
one  or  all  of  such  actions. 

Any  person,  except  a  national  of  a 
designated  enemy  country,  asserting  any 


claim  arising  as  a  result  of  this  order 
may,  within  one  year  from  the  date 
hereof,  or  within  such  further  time  as 
may  be  allowed,  file  with  the  Alien  Prop- 
erty Custodian  on  Form  APC-1  a  notice 
of  claim,  together  with  a  request  for  a 
hearing  thereon.  Nothing  herein  con- 
tained shall  be  deemed  to  constitute  an 
admission  of  the  existence,  validity  or 
right  to  allowance  of  any  such  claim. 

The  terms  "national",  "designated 
enemy  country"  and  "business  enterprise 
within  the  United  States"  as  used  herein 
shall  have  the  meanings  prescribed  in 
section  10  of  Executive  Order  No.  9095, 
as  amended. 

Executed  at  Washington.  D.  C,  on 
March  7.  1945. 

[seal]  James  E.  Markham. 

Alien  Property  Custodian. 

[P.    R.    Doc.    45-5260:    Filed,    Apr.    2,    1945; 
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[Vesting  Order    4772] 
Albert  Robrecht 

In  re:  Real  property  and  claim  owned 
bv  Albert  Robrecht  and  unknown  heirs- 
at-law,  legatees  and  devisees  of  Wilhelm 
Robrecht,  deceased. 

Under  the  authority  of  the  Trading 
with  the  Enemy  Act,  as  amended,  and 
Executive  Order  No.  9095,  as  amended, 
and  pursuant  to  law,  the  undersigned, 
after  investigation,  finding: 

1.  That  the  last  known  address  of  Albert 
Robrecht  is  Dortmund,  Germany,  and  that 
the  last  known  addresses  of  the  unknown 
heirs-at-law.  legatees  and  devisees  of  Wilhelm 
Robrecht.  deceased,  are  also  Germany,  and 
that  they  are  residents  of  Germany  and  na- 
tionals o'f  a  designated  enemy  country  (Gcr- 

manv) ; 

2.  That  Albert  Robrecht  and  the  unknown 
heirs-at-Iaw.  legatees  and  devisees  of  Wilhelm 
Robrecht,  deceased,  are  the  owners  of  the 
property  described  in  subparagraph  3  hereof; 

3.  That  the  property  described  as  follows: 

a.  Real  property  situated  in  the  City  and 
County  of  San  Francisco,  State  of  California, 
particularly  described  in  Exhibit  A.  attached 

*  hereto  and  by  reference  made  a  part  hereof, 
together  with  all  hereditaments,  fixtures.  Im- 
provements and  appurtenances  thereto,  and 
any  and  all  claims  for  rents,  refunds,  benefits 
or  other  payments  arising  from  the  ownership 

Of  such  property,  and 

b.  All  right,  title.  Interest  and  claim  of  any 
name  or  nature  whatsoever  of  Albert  Robrecht 
and  the  unknown  heirs-at-law.  legatees  and 

devisees  of  Wilhelm  Robrecht.  deceased,  in 

and  to  any  and  aU  obligations,  contingent 
or  otherwise  and  whether  or  not  matured, 
owing  to  them  by  Walter  C.  Cox,  doing  busi- 
ness under  the  firm  name  and  style  of  W.  C. 
Cox  and  Company,  Including  particularly  but 
not  limited  to  those  sums  arising  by  reason 
of  rents  collected  from  the  real  property 
described  in  subparagraph  3-a  hereof,  which 
sums  are  depo.'sited  in  the  City  National  Bank 
and  Trust  Company.  Chicago.  Illinois,  In  the 
name  of  "W.  C.  Cox  &  Company-Speclar", 
and  any  and  all  security  rights  in  and  to  any 
and  all  collateral  for  any  and  all  such  obli- 
gations, and  the  right  to  enforce  and  collect 
the  same, 

is  property  within  the  United  States  owned 
or  controlled  by  nationals  of  a  designated 
enemy  country   (Germany); 


And  determining  that  to  the  extent  that 
such  nationals  are  persons  not  within  a  desig- 
nated enemy  country,  the  national  Interest 
of  the  United  States  requires  that  such  per- 
sons be  treated  as  nationals  of  a  designated 
enemy  country   (Germany); 

An(i  having  made  all  determinations  and 
taken  all  action  required  by  law.  Including 
appropriate  consultation  and  certification. 
and  deermng  It  necessary  in  the  national 
interest, 

hereby  vests  in  the  Alien  Property  Cus- 
todian the  property  described  in  sub- 
paragraph 3-a  hereof,  subject  to  re- 
corded lieijs,  encumbrances  and  other 
rights  of  record  held  by  or  for  persons 
who  are  not  nationals  of  designated 
enemy  countries,  and  hereby  vests  in  the 
Alien  Property  Custodian  the  property 
described  in  subparagraph  3-b  hereof. 

All  such  property  so  ve.sted  to  be  held, 
used,  administered,  liquidated,  sold  or 
otherwise  dealt  with  in  the  interest  and 
for  the  benefit  of  the  United  States. 

Such  property  and  any  or  all  of  the 
proceeds  thereof  shall  be  held  in  an 
appropriate  account  or  accoimts,  pend- 
ing further  determination  of  the  Alien 
Property  Custodian.  This  order  shall 
not  be  deemed  to  limit  the  power  of  the 
Alien  Property  Custodian  to  return  such 
property  or  the  proceeds  thereof  in  whole 
or  in  part,  nor  shall  this  order  be  deemed 
to  indicate  that  compensation  will  not  be 
paid  in  lieu  thereof,  if  and  when  it  should 
be  determined  to  take  any  one  or  all  of 
such  actions. 

Any  person,  except  a  national  of  a 
designated  enemy  country,  asserting  any 
claim  ari.^ing  as  a  result  of  this  order 
may,  within  one  year  from  the  date 
hereof,  or  within  such  further  time  as 
may  be  allowed,  file  with  the  Alien  Prop- 
erty Custodian  on  Form  APC-1  a  notice 
of  claim,  together  with  a  request  for  a 
hearing  thereon.  Nothing  herein  con- 
tained shall  be  deemed  to  constitute  an 
admission  of  the  existence,  validity  or 
right  to  allowance  of  any  such  claim. 

The  terms  "national"  and  "designated 
enemy  country"  as  used  herein  shall  have 
the  meanings  prescribed  in  section  10  of 
Executive  Order  No.  9095.  as  amended. 

Executed  at  Wa.shington,  D.  C,  on 
March  19,  1945. 

[ SEAL]  James  E.  Markham, 

Alien  Property  Custodtan. 

Exhibit  A 

All  that  certain  lot.  piece  or  parcel  of  land 
situate,  lying  and  being  In  the  City  of  San 
Frenclsco,  County  of  San  Francisco,  State  cf 

California,  particularly  described  as  follows : 
Beginning  at  a  point  formed  by  the  inter- 
section of  the  Northerly  line  of  Herma;i 
Street  and  Westerly  line  of  Fillmore  Street, 
running  thence  Northerly  along  said  West- 
erly line  of  Fillmore  Street  24  feet;  thence 
at  a  right  angle  Westerly  81  feet  3  Inches: 
thence  at  a  right  angle  Southerly  24  feet  and 
thence  at  a  right  angle  Easterly  and  along 
said  Northerly  line  of  Herman  Street  81 
feet  3  inches  to  the  point  of  beginning. 

This  property  Is  also  known  as  Assessors 
Block  867  Lot  9. 

[F.    R.    Doc     45-5261;    Filed,    Apr.    2,    1945: 
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FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuetday,  AprU  3,  194S 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  Apnl  3,  1945 


a:)69 


OFFICE  OF  DEFENSE  TRANSPORTA- 
TION. 

|Sp«<-l«l  Order  ODT  E-121 

Shreveport,  La.,  Area 

expediting  collection  and  delivery  of 
line-haul  shipments 

Pursuant  to  Title  HI  of  the  Second 
War  Powers  Act.  1942,  as  amended. 
Executive  Orders  8989,  as  amended,  and 
9156,  and  War  Production  Board  Direc- 
tives 21  and  36,  as  amended,  and  in  order 
to  conserve  and  providently  utilize  vital 
transportation  equipment,  materials, 
and  supplies,  and  to  provide  for  the  con- 
tinuous and  expeditious  movement  of 
necessary  trafiQc  by  common  carriers  of 
property,  the  attainment  of  which  pur- 
poses is  essential  to  the  successful  prose- 
cution of  the  war.  and  being  satisfied 
that  the  fulfillment  of  the  requirements 
for  the  defense  of  the  United  States  has 
resulted  and  will  result  in  a  shortage  in 
the  supply  of  motor  transportation 
equipment,  materials,  and  supplies  for 
defense,  and  for  private  account  and  for 
export,-  and  it  being  deemed  necessary 
and  appropriate  in  the  public  interest 
and  to  promote  the  national  defense,  it 
is  hereby  ordered,  that: 

1.  Applicability.  The  provisions  of 
this  order  shall  be  applicable  only  to 
the  collection  and  delivery  by  or  for  the 
account  of  common  carriers  in  the 
Shreveport  Arpa  of  shipments  of  prop- 
erty transported  in  line-haul  service. 

2.  Definitions.     As  used  m  this  order, 

the  term: 

(a>  "Shreveport  Area"  means  and  in- 
cludes the  municipality  of  Shreveport. 
Louisiana,  and  the  territory  immediately 
adjacent  thereto  and  commercially  a 
part  thereof. 

lb)  "Common  carrier"  or  "carrier" 
means  any  person  which  holds  itself  out 
to  enKage  in  the  transportation  of  prop- 
erty for  the  Rcneral  public  in  line-haul 
service  for  compensation,  regardless  of 
the  designation  of  such  person  under 
any  Federal  or  State  statute. 

(c>  "Person"  means  any  individual, 
partnership,  corporation,  association, 
joint-stock  company,  business  trust,  or 
other  organized  group  of  persons,  or  any 
trustee,  receiver,  assignee,  or  personal 
representative,  and  inelude.s  any  depart- 
ment or  agency  of  the  United  States,  any 
State,  the  District  of  Columbia,  or  any 
other  political,  governmental  or  legal 
entity. 

Id'  "Line-haul  service"  means  the 
transportation  of  property  by  any  facil- 
ity of  transportation  between  a  point 
within  the  Shreveport  Area  and  a  point 
outside  that  Area. 

(e>  "Collection"  or  "collect"  means 
taking  posses.sion  of  property  at  a  ship- 
per's dock,  warehou.se.  or  other  point 
where  the  property  is  available  for  load- 
ing for  transportation  and  Includes  the 
acceptance  of  property  from  the  ship- 
per, or  the  shipper's  agent,  at  the  ter- 
minal or  other  facility  maintained  by  the 
carrier  for  the  acceptance  of  property. 

(f  >  "Delivery  '  or  "deliver"  means  re- 
linquishing possession  of  property  at  the 
consignee's  dock,  warehouse,  or  other 
point  which  the  consignee  has  desig- 
nated for  receiving  delivery  of  the  prop- 
erty   and    includes    acceptance    of   the 


property  by  the  consignee,  or  the  con- 
signee's agent,  at  the  terminal  or  other 
facility  maintained  by  the  carrier  for  the 
delivery  of  property. 

(g)  "TrucWoad  traffic"  means  a  ship- 
ment moving  from  one  conaignor  to  one 
consignee  in  one  day  under  a  truckload 
or  volume  rate,  subject  to  a  stated  min- 
imum weight  of  not  less  than  10,000 
pounds,  and  covered  by  one  bill  of  lading, 
(h)  "Property"  means  anything,  ex- 
cept persons  and  their  personal  baggage, 
capable  of  being  transported  by  vehicle, 
(i)  "Vehicle"  means  any  facility  capa- 
ble of  being  used  for  the  transportation 
of  property. 

(j)  "Special  equipment"  means  any 
vehicle,  the  primary  carrying  capacity 
of  which  is  occupied  by  mounted  ma- 
chinery. 

3.  Collections  of  property;  availahility 
and  restrictions,  (a)  Before  attempting 
collection  of  property,  a  common  earner 
shall  make  definite  arrangements  with 
the  shipper  thereof  as  to  the  time  when 
and  the  place  where  the  property  will  be 
available  for  collection. 

tb>  No  common  carrier  shall  collect,  or 
cause  the  collection  of,  property  at  any 
time  except: 

(1)  Between  the  hours  of  8  a.  m.  and 
5  p.  m.  on  any  Monday,  Tuesday, 
Wednesday.  Thursday,  or  Friday,  and 
then  only  when  the  order  for  the  collec- 
tion thereof  i.s  received  by  the  carrier 
prior  to  2  p.  m.  of  such  day:  or 

(2>  Bi'ivveen  the  hours  of  8  a.  m.  and 
2  p.  m.  on  any  Saturday  or  Sunday  and 
then  only  when  the  order  for  the  collec- 
tion thereof  is  received  by  the  carrier 
prior  to  12  noon  of  such  day. 

'c>  No  common  carrier  shall  make,  or 
cause  to  be  made,  more  than  one  collec- 
tion of  property  from  any  one  dock,  ware- 
house, or  other  collection  point,  for  the 
account  of  any  one  shipper  in  any  one 
calendar  day:  Provided.  That  the  collec- 
tion of  truckload  traffic,  as  defined  In 
subparagraph  (g)  of  paragraph  2  of  this 
order,  shall  not  be  .subject  to  the  restric- 
tion of  this  subparagraph  (c). 

4.  Designation  of  collection  pointi 
preparation  of  property  for  shipment. 
No  common  carrier  shall  attempt  the 
collection  of  property  from  a  shipper  un-  ' 
less  and  until  the  shipper,  prior  to  the 
time  agreed  upon  by  the  carrier  and  ship- 
per for  the  collection  of  such  property, 
shall  have: 

(a'  Designated  the  point  at  which  the 
propt^rty  will  be  available  for  collection: 

(b)  Prepared  the  property  for  ship- 
ment including.  In  respect  of  two  or  more 
shipments,  the  segregation  and  separa- 
tion of  such  shipments  to  permit  prompt 
checking  and  Identification  by  the  car- 
rier: and 

(c)  Placed  the  property  for  collection 
at  the  point  so  designated. 

5.  Failure  to  prepare  property  for  ship- 
ment: collection  deferred.  Whenever  a 
shipper  falls,  prior  to  the  time  agreed 
upon  by  the  carrier  and  shipper,  to  pro- 
pare  and  place  property  for  collection  In 
the  manner  specified  in  paragraph  4  of 
this  order,  no  common  carrier  shall  col- 
lect, or  cause  the  collection  of,  the  prop- 
erty thereafter  during  the  same  calendar 
day. 

6.  Restrictions  on  deliveries.  (ai  No 
oommon  carrier  shall  dehver.  .or  cause 


the  delivery  of,  property  at   any  time 
except: 

(1)  Between  the  hours  of  8  a.  m.  and 
5  p.  m.  on  any  Monday,  Tuesd-.i;., 
Wednesday,  Thursday,  or  Friday; 

(2)  Between  the  hours  of  8  a.  m.  and 
2  p.  m.  on  any  Saturday  or  Sunday. 

(b)  When  delivering  two  or  more  ship- 
ments to  a  consignee  at  one  time,  t:.' 
common  carrier  shall  segregate  or  sen - 
arate  such  shipments  to  permit  prompt 
checking  and  Identification  of  such  si;:p- 
ments  by  the  consignee. 

(c)  In  effecting  deliveries  of  propel 'y 
no  common  carrier  shall: 

(1)  Sort  or  separate  any  shipment  as 
to  sizes,  brands,  flavors,  or  other  ch  v- 
acteristics,  for  the  u?e  of  the  consignee; 

or 

(2)  Dehver  a  single  shipment,  or  pait 
thereof,  to  more  than  one  receivme 
point  on  or  within  the  premises  of  the 
consignee. 

(d)  No  common  carrier  shall  make  or 
cause  to  be  made,  more  than  one  deliv- 
ery of  property  to  any  one  destinati'in 
point  for  the  account  or  benefit  of  any 
one  consignee  in  any  one  calendar  d:.y: 
Provided.  Tliat  the  delivery  of  truckload 
traOc,  as  defined  in  subparagraph  'a) 
of  paragraph  2  of  this  order,  shall  not  b-- 
subject  to  the  restriction  of  this  subpar- 
agraph <d). 

7.  Placement  of  vehicles  for  collectinns 
or  deliveries:  restrictions.  No  common 
carrier  for  the  purpose  of  collectint'  or 
delivering  property  shall  place,  or  .spot. 
or  cause  to  be  placed  or  spotted,  or  per- 
mit or  allow  to  remain,  any  vehicle  on. 
at.  or  near  the  premises  of  a  shipper  or 
consignee  "or  other  point  or  place  cle  ig- 
nated  by  agreement  for  the  collect!o:i  or 
delivery  of  property)  at  any  time  dunnc 
which  collections,  by  virtue  of  the  trrms 
of  paragraph  3  of  this  order,  or  deliv- 
eries, by  virtue  of  the  terms  of  paragrapli 
6  of  this  order,  are  prohibited. 

8.  Truckload  deliveries:  notification  of 
consignee.  A  common  carrier  shall  no- 
tify the  consignee  as  to  any  trutklnaci 
consignment  before  delivery  thereof  i.s 
attempted  in  order  that  the  consuaiee 
may  make  provL^ion  for  the  prompt  un- 
loading of  the  vehicle  or  vehicles. 

9  Places  for  collections  and  deliveries 
of  property.  Collections  and  deliveries 
of  property  shall  be  made  only  at  places 
which  physically  are  accessible  to  vehi- 
cles. Loading  and  unloading  of  veli.clc:; 
shall  be  limited  to  places  customiiily 
used  in  collecting  and  delivermg  p:<ip- 
erty  at  docks  or  street  level. 

10.  Prohibited  collections  and  diir- 
eries:  when  may  be  made.  (a»  A  com- 
mon carrier,  while  making  any  coUeciion 
or  deliveiT  not  prohibited  by  the  term-  of 
the  foregoing  paragraphs  of  this  o'dev. 
may  make  any  collection  or  delivery 
which  is  made  without  operating  the  cnl- 
lecting  or  delivering  vehicle  any  addi- 
tional distance. 

(b)  A  common  carrier,  who  actually 
has  commenced  the  collection  of  prop- 
erty at  a  shipper  s  dock.  warchou."^e.  or 
other  point  where  the  property  is  avail- 
able as  defined  in  paragraph  4  of  tlu.s 
order,  within  the  time  not  prohibittd  by 
the  terms  of  paragraph  3  of  this  oide:. 
may  complete  the  collection  of  such 
property:  Provided,  That  the  time  re- 
quired to  complete  such  collection  doc> 


not  exceed  an  additional  half  hour  be- 
yond the  time  specified  in  said   para- 


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ph  3. 


(C)  A  common  carrier,  who  actually 
has  commenced  the  delivery  of  property 
at  the  premises  of  a  consignee  within  the 
t:me  not  prohibited  by  the  provisions  of 
paragraph  6  of  this  order,  may  complete 
the  delivery  of  such  property. 

11.  Eicmptionr..  Tlie  provisions  of 
this  order  shall  not  apply  in  re.«pect  of: 

lai  Any  shipment  of  property,  the  ex- 
pedited movement  of  which  is  necessary 
to  meet  the  needs  of  tlm  military  or  naval 
forces  of  the  United  States,  the  United 
State?  Maritime  Commi.xsion,  or  the  War 
Shipping  Administration; 

I  b  •  Any  .shipment  consisting  of  house- 
l^.old  goods  as  defined  in  General  Order 
ODT  43  1 9  F.R.  3261  >  ; 

'c  Any  shipment  of  medicines  or 
01  her  .--upplies  or  equipment,  the  expe- 
dited movement  of  which  is  necessary 
for  the  protection  or  preservation  of  life, 
health,  or  public  safety; 

<d'  Any  .'shipment  of  property,  the 
transportation  of  which  requires  special 
tquipment; 

<ei   Any  shipment  of  livestock; 

(fi  Any  shipment  of  property,  the 
transportation  of  which  requires  the  use 
of  a  mounted  tank  or  tanks; 

<g'  Any  shipment  of  property  moving 
in  the  express  service  of  any  common 
carrier  by  express  subject  to  the  provi- 
sions of  Part  I  of  the  Interstate  Com- 
merce Act; 

(h»  Any  shipment  of  property  during 
the  course  of  its  transfer  between  the 
terminals  of  carriers  incidental  to  line- 
haul  service;  and 

(ii  Any  shipment  of  perishable  com- 
modities, the  expedited  movement  of 
which  is  necessary  to  prevent  spoilage  or 
other  damage  from  deterioration. 

12.  Filing  of  tariffs.  Every  common 
carrier  required  by  law  to  file  tariffs  of 
rates,  charges,  rules,  regulations,  and 
practices  forthwith  shall  file  a  copy  of 
this  order  with  the  appropriate  regula- 
tory body  or  bodies  having  jurisdiction 
over  any  operation  affected  by  this  order, 
and  publish  and  file  in  accordance  with 
law.  and  continue  In  effect  until  further 
order,  tariffs  or  appropriate  supplements 
to  filed  tariffs,  .setting  forth  any  changes 
in  the  rules,  regulations,  and  practices 
of  the  carriers  which  may  be  necessary' 
to  accord  with  the  provisions  of  this  or- 
der; and  forthwith  shall  apply  to  such 
regulatory  body  or  bodies  for  special  per- 
mission for  such  tariffs  or  supplements 
to  become  effective  on  the  shortest  notice 
lawfully  permissible,  but  not  prior  to  the 
iffective  date  of  this  order. 

13.  Carrier  not  relieved  from  other 
Inics  or  regulations.  The  provisions  of 
this  order  shall  not  be  so  construed  or 
applied  as  to  authorize  or  require  any  act 
or  omission  which  is  in  violation  of  any 
law  or  regulation,  including  any  general 
order  or  other  requirement  of  the  Office 
of  Defense  Transportation. 

14.  Special  permits.  The  provisions 
of  this  order  shall  be  subject  to  any  spe- 
cial permit  issued  by  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation  to  meet  specific  needs  or 
exceptional  circumstances,  or  to  prevent 
undue  hardship.  Application  for  a  spe- 
cial permit  shall  be  made  in  conformity 


with  the  provisions  of  Administrative  Or- 
der ODT  14  (9FJI.  1184). 

15.  Communications.  Communica- 
tions concerning  this  order  should  refer 
to  it  by  the  specisJ  order  number  which 
appears  In  the  caption  hereof,  and  unless 
otherwise  directed  should  be  addressed 
to  the  Highway  Transport  Department, 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation,  Wash- 
ington 25.  D.  C. 

This  order  shall  become  effective 
April  5,  1945.  and  shall  remain  in  full 
force  and  effect  until  the  termination  of 
the  present  war  shall  have  been  duly 
proclaimed,  or  until  such  earlier  time  as 
the  OfiBce  of  Defense  Transportation  by 
further  order  may  designate. 

(Title  ni  of  the  Second  War  Powers  Act, 
1942,  as  amended,  56  Stat.  177,  50  U.S.C. 
633.  58  Stat.  827;  E.O.  8989,  as  amended, 
6  F.R.  6725,  8  F.R.  14183;  E.O.  9156,  7 
F.R.  3349;  War  Production  Board  Di- 
rectives 21  and  36,  as  amended,  8  F.R. 
5834,  9  F.R.  6989.  10  F.R.  698) 

Note:  Ttie  recording  and  reporting  re- 
quirements of  this  order  have  been  approved 
by  the  Bureau  of  the  Budget  In  accordance 
with  the  Federal  Reports  Act  of  1942. 

Issued  at  Wa.shington,  D.  C,  this  31st 
day  of  March  1945. 

J.  M.  Johnson. 

Director. 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation. 

IF.    R.    Doc.    45-5157;    Filed,    Mar.   30.    1945; 
3:33  p.  m.j 


I  Special   Order  ODT  £-14] 

Raton.  N.  Mex.,  Area 

expediting  collection  and  delivery  of 
line- haul  shipments 

Pursuant  to  Title  in  of  the  Second  War 
Powers  Act.  1942.  as  amended.  Executive 
Orders  8989,  as  amended,  and  9156,  and 
War  Production  Board  Directives  21  and 
36,  as  amended,  and  in  order  to  conserve 
and  providently  utilize  vital  transporta- 
tion equipment,  materials,  and  supplies, 
and  to  provide  for  the  continuous  and 
expeditious  movement  of  necessary  traf- 
fic by  common  carriers  of  property,  the 
attainment  of  which  purposes  is  essential 
to  the  successful  prosecution  of  the  war, 
and  being  satisfied  that  the  fulfillment 
of  the  requirements  for  the  defense  of 
the  United  States  hM  resulted  and  will 
result  In  a  shortage  In  the  supply  of 
motor  transportation  equipment,  mate- 
rials, and  supplies  for  defense,  and  for 
private  account  and  for  export,  and  it 
being  deemed  necessary  and  appropriate 
in  the  public  Interest  and  to  promote 
the  national  defense,  it  is  hereby  ordered, 
that: 

1.  Applicability.  The  provisions  of 
this  order  shall  be  applicable  only  to  the 
collection  and  delivery  by  or  for  the  ac- 
count of  common  carriers  in  the  Raton 
Area  of  shipments  of  property  trans- 
ported in  line-haul  service. 

2.  Definitions.  As  used  in  this  order, 
the  term: 

(a)  "Raton  Area"  means  and  includes 
the  mimicipallty  of  Raton,  New  Mexico, 
and  the  territory  immediately  adjacent 
thereto  and  commurclally  a  part  thereof. 


(b)  "Common  carrier"  or  "carrier" 
means  any  person  which  holds  itself  out 
to  engage  in  the  transportation  of  prop- 
erty for  the  general  public  in  line-haul 
service  for  compensation,  regardless  of 
the  designation  of  .such  person  under  any 
Federal  or  State  statute. 

(c>  "Person"  means  any  individual, 
partnership,  corporation,  association, 
joint-stock  company,  business  trust,  or 
other  organized  group  of  persons,  or  any 
trustee,  receiver,  assignee,  or  per.sonal 
representative,  and  includes  any  depart- 
ment or  agency  of  the  United  States,  any 
State,  the  District  of  Columbia,  or  any 
other   political,   governmental   or   legal 

entity. 

(d)  "Line-haul  service"  means  the 
transportation  of  property  by  any  fa- 
oilily  of  transportation  between  a  point 
within  the  Raton  Area  and  a  point  out- 
side that  Area. 

(e>  •Collection"'  or  "collect"  means 
taking  possession  of  property  at  a  ship- 
pers  dock,  warehouse,  or  other  point 
where  the  property  is  available  for  load- 
ing for  transportation  and  includes  the 
acceptance  of  property  from  the  ship- 
per, or  the  shipper's  agent,  at  the  termi- 
nal or  other  facility  maintained  by  the 
carrier  for  the  acceptance  of  property. 

(f )  "Delivery"  or  "deliver"  means  re- 
linquishing possession  of  property  at  the 
consignee's  dock,  warehouse,  or  other 
point  which  the  consignee  has  designated 
for  receiving  delivery  of  the  property 
and  includes  acceptance  of  the  property 
by  the  consignee,  or  the  consignee's 
agent,  at  the  terminal  or  other  facility 
maintained  by  the  carrier  for  the  deliv- 
erv  of  property. 

"(g)  "Truckload  traffic"  means  a  ship- 
ment moving  from  one  consignor  to  one 
consignee  in  one  day  under  a  truckload 
or  volume  rate,  subject  to  a  stated  min- 
imum weight  of  not  less  than  10,000 
pounds,  and  covered  by  one  bill  of 
lading. 

(h)  "Property"  means  anything,  ex- 
cept persons  and  their  personal  bag- 
gage, capable  of  being  transported  by 
veliicle. 

(i)  "Vehicle"  means  any  facility  ca- 
pable of  being  used  for  the  transporta- 
tion of  property. 

(j)  "Special  equipment'  means  any 
vehicle,  the  primary  carrying  capacity  of 
which  Is  occupied  by  mounted  machin- 
ery. 

3.  Collections  of  property;  availability 
and  restrictions,  (a)  Before  attempting 
collection  of  property,  a  common  carrier 
shall  make  definite  arrangements  with 
the  shipper  thereof  as  to  the  time  when 
and  the  place  where  the  property  will 
be  available  for  collection. 

(b)  No  common  carrier  shall  collect. 
or  cause  the  collection  of,  property  at 
any  time  except : 

(1)  Between  the  hours  of  8  a.  m.  and 
5  p.  m.  on  any  Monday.  Tuesday,  Wed- 
nesday. Thursday,  or  Friday,  and  then 
only  when  the  order  for  the  collection 
thereof  is  received  by  the  carrier  prior  to 
3  p.  m.  of  such  day;  or 

(2)  Between  the  hours  of  8  a.  m.  and  12 
noon  on  any  Saturday  and  then  only 
when  the  order  for  the  collection  thereof 
Is  received  by  the  carrier  prior  to  11  a.  m. 
of  such  day. 


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fc)  No  common  carrier  shall  make,  or 
cause  to  be  made,  more  than  one  collec- 
tion of  property  from  any  one  dock, 
warehou.se,  or  other  collection  point,  for 
the  account  of  any  one  shipper  in  any 
one  calendar  day:  Provided.  That  the 
collection  of  truckload  traffic,  as  defined 
in  subparagraph  <g)  of  paragraph  2  of 
this  order,  shall  not  be  subject  to  the 
restriction  of  this  subparagraph  (c». 

4.  Dcsianation  of  collectioji  point: 
preparation  of  property  for  shipment. 
No  common  carrier  shall  attempt  the 
collection  of  property  from  a  sliipper 
unless  and  until  the  shipper,  prior  to  the 
time  agreed  upon  by  the  carrier  and 
shipper  for  the  collection  of  such  prop- 
erty, shall  have: 

•  a)  Designated  the  point  at  which 
the  property  will  be  available  for  col- 
lection; 

<b)  Prepared  the  property  for  ship- 
ment including,  in  respect  of  two  or  more 
.shipments,  the  .segregation  and  separa- 
tion of  .such  .shipments  to  permit  prompt 
checking  and  identification  by  the  car- 
rier; and 

<ci  Placed  the  property  for  collection 
at  the  point  .so  designated. 

5.  Failure  tn  prepare  property  for 
shipmevt:  collection  deferred.  When- 
ever a  shipF>er  fails,  prior  to  the  timo 
agreed  upon  by  the  carrier  and  shipper, 
to  prepare  and  place  property  for  collec- 
tion in  the  manner  specified  in  para- 
graph 4  of  this  order,  no  common  carrier 
shall  collect,  or  cause  the  collection  of, 
the  property  thereafter  during  the  same 
calendar  day. 

6.  Restrictions  on  deliveries.  <a»  No 
common  carrier  shall  deliver,  or  cause 
the  delivery  of.  property  at  any  time  ex- 
cept: 

(1)  Between  the  hours  of  8  a.  m.  and 
5  p.  m.  on  any  Monday,  Tuesday, 
Wednesday,  Thursday,  cr  Pi-iday ; 

1 2)  Between  the  hours  of  8  a.  m.  and 
12  noon  on  any  Saturday. 

lb)  When  delivering  two  or  more 
shipments  to  a  consignee  at  one  time,  the 
common  carrier  shall  segregate  or  sepa- 
rate .such  shipments  to  permit  prompt 
checking  and  identification  of  such  ship- 
ments by  the  consignee. 

I  c  1  In  effecting  deliveries  of  property 
no  common  carrier  shall: 

(1»  Sort  or  separate  any  shipment  as 
to  sizes,  brands,  flavors,  or  other  char- 
acteristics, for  the  use  of  the  consignee; 
or 

•  2)  Deliver  a  single  shipment,  or  part 
thereof,  to  more  than  one  receiving  point 
on  or  within  the  premises  of  the  con- 
signee. 

id>  No  common  carrier  shall  make,  or 
cause  to  be  made,  more  than  one  delivery 
of  property  to  any  one  destination  point 
for  the  account  or  benefit  of  any  one 
consignee  in  any  one  calendar  day:  Pro- 
vided. That  the  delivery  of  truckload 
traffic,  a.s  defined  in  subparagraph  (g)  of 
paragraph  2  of  this  order,  shall  not  be 
subject  to  the  restriction  of  this  sub- 
paragraph td'. 

7.  Placement  of  vehicles  for  collections 
or  deliveries;  restrictions.  No  common 
carrier  for  the  purpose  of  collecting  or 
delivering  property  shall  place,  or  spot, 
or  cause  to  be  placed  or  spotted,  or  per- 


mit or  allow  to  remain,  any  vehicle  on, 
at,  or  near  the  premises  of  a  shipper  or 
consignee  (or  other  point  or  place  desig- 
nated by  agreement  for  the  collection  qf 
delivery  of  property)  at  any  time  during 
which  collections,  by  virtue  of  the  terms 
of  paragraph  3  of  this  order,  or  deliv- 
eries, by  virtue  of  the  terms  of  para- 
graph 6  of  this  order,  are  prohibited. 

8.  Truckload  deliveries:  notification  of 
consignee.  A  common  carrier  shall 
notify  the  consignee  as  to  any  truckload 
consignment  before  delivery  thereof  Is 
attempted  in  order  that  the  consignee 
may  make  provision  for  the  prompt  un- 
loading of  the  vehicle  or  vehicles. 

9.  Places  for  collections  and  deliveries 
of  property.  Collections  and  deliveries 
of  property  shall  be  made  only  at  places 
which  physically  are  accessible  to  ve- 
hicles. Loading  and  unloading  of  ve- 
hicles shall  be  limited  to  places  cus- 
tomarily used  in  collecting  and  delivering 
property  at  docks  or  street  level. 

10.  Prohibited  collections  and  deliv- 
eries; when  may  be  made.  (a>  A  com- 
mon carrier,  while  making  any  collection 
or  delivery  not  prohibited  by  the  terms 
of  the  foregoing  paragraphs  of  this  or- 
der, may  make  any  collection  or  delivery 
which  is  made  without  operating  the 
collecting  or  delivering  vehicle  any 
additional  distance. 

lb)  A  common  carrier,  who  actually 
has  commenced  the  collection  of  prop- 
erty at  a  shipper's  dock,  warehou.se.  or 
other  point  where  the  property  Is  avail- 
able as  defined  In  paragraph  4  of  this 
order,  within  the  time  not  prohibited  by 
fhe  terms  of  paragraph  3  of  this  order, 
may  complete  thp  collection  of  such  prop- 
erty; Provided.  That  the  time  required 
to  complete  such  collection  does  not  ex- 
ceed an  additional  half  hour  beyond  the 
time  specified  in  .said  paragraph  3. 

(c)  A  common  carrier,  who  actually 
has  commenced  the  delivery  of  property 
at  the  premises  of  a  con.signee  within  the 
time  not  prohibited  by  the  provisions  of 
paragraph  6  of  this  order,  may  complete 
the  delivery  of  such  property. 

11.  Exemptions.  The  provisions  of 
this  order  shall  not  apply  in  respect  of: 

(a)  Any  shipment  of  property,  the  ex- 
pedited movement  of  which  Is  neces.^ary 
to  meet  the  needs  of  the  military  or  naval 
forces  of  the  United  States,  the  United 
States  Maritime  Commission,  or  the  War 
Shipping  Administration: 

(b)  Any  shipment  consisting  of  house- 
hold goods  a-s  defined  in  General  Order 
ODT  43  (9  P.R.  3261)  ; 

(c)  Any  shipment  of  medicines  or  other 
supplies  or  equipment,  the  expedited 
movement  of  which  is  necessary  for  the 
protection  or  preservation  of  life,  health, 
or  public  safety; 

(d)  Any  shipment  of  property,  the 
transportation  of  which  requires  special 
equipment; 

(e)  Any  sliipment  of  livestock; 

(f)  Any  shipment  of  property,  the 
transportation  of  which  requires  the  use 
of  a  mounted  tank  or  tanks; 

(g)  Any  shipment  of  property  moving 
In  the  express  service  of  any  common 
carrier  by  express  lubject  to  the  pro- 
visions of  Part  I  of  the  Interstate  Com- 
merce Acti 


(h)  Any  shipment  of  property  during 
the  coiu^e  of  its  transfer  between  th-' 
terminals  of  carriers  incidental  to  line- 
haul  service;  and 

(I)  Any  shipment  of  perishable  com- 
modities, the  expedited  movement  ui 
which  is  necessary  to  prevent  spoilage 
or  other  damage  from  deterioration. 

12.  Filiny  of  tariffs.  Every  common 
carrier  required  by  law  to  file  tariffs  of 
rates,  charges,  rules,  regulations,  anr! 
practices  forthwith  shall  file  a  copy  i  ' 
this  order  with  the  appropriate  regula- 
tory body  or  bodies  having  jurisdiction 
over  any  operation  affected  by  this  or- 
der, and  publish  and  file  in  accordance 
with  law,  and  continue  in  effect  until 
further  order,  tariffs  or  appropriat 
supplements  to  filed  tariffs,  setting  foriii 
any  changes  in  the  rules,  regulation.. 
and  practices  of  the  carriers  which  may 
be  necessary  to  accord  with  the  provi- 
sions of  this  order;  and  forthwith  shall 
apply  to  such  regulatory  body  or  bodie> 
for  .special  permission  for  .such  tariff.-  or 
supplements  to  become  effective  on  the 
shortest  notice  lawfully  permissible,  but 
not  prior  to  the  effective  date  of  this 
order. 

13.  Carrier  not  relieved  from  ot).f> 
laws  or  regulations.  The  provisions  oi 
this  order  shall  not  be  .so  construed  or  ap- 
phed  as  to  authorize  or  require  any  a< ' 
or  omission  which  is  in  violation  of  any 
law  or  regulation,  including  any  general 
order  or  other  requirement  of  the  Office 
of  Defense  Transportation. 

14.  Special  permits.  The  provisions  oi 
this  order  shall  be  subject  to  any  special 
permit  issued  by  the  OflBce  of  Defense 
Transponalion  to  meet  specific  needs  or 
exceptional  circumstances,  or  to  prevent 
undue  hardship.  Application  for  a  spe- 
cial permit  shall  be  made  in  conformity 
with  the  provisions  of  Administrative 
Order  ODT  14  <  9  P.R.  1 184  > . 

15.  Communications.  Communica- 
tions concerning  this  order  should  refer 
to  it  by  the  special  order  number  which 
appears  in  the  caption  hereof,  and  unles , 
otherwise  directed  should  be  addresat-d 
to  the  Highway  Tian.sport  Department, 
Office  of  Defense  Tran.sportatron,  Wa.'-h- 
ington  25.  D.  C. 

This  order  shall  become  effect  iv« 
April  5,  1945,  and  shall  remain  in  fuii 
force  and  effect  until  the  termination  of 
the  present  war  shall  have  been  duly 
proclaimed,  or  until  such  earlier  time  as 
the  Office  of  Defense  Transportation  by 
further  order  may  designate. 

(Title  III  of  the  Second  War  Powers  Act, 
1942,  as  amended,  56  Stat.  177,  50  U  S.C. 
633.  58  Stat.  827;  E.O.  8989,  as  amended. 
6  F.R.  6725,  8  F.R.  14183;  E.O.  9156.  7 
F.R.  3349;  War  Production  Board  V  - 
lectives  21  and  36.  as  amended,  8  F.H. 
5834.  9  F.R.  6989,  10  F.R.  698  > 

Note:  The  recording  and  reporting  require- 
ments of  thi-s  order  have  been  approved  by 
the  Bureau  of  the  Budget  In  accordance  wl'-b 
the  Federal  Reports  Act  ol  1942. 

Issued  at  Washington.  D.  C.  this  31-; 
day  of  March  1945. 

J.  M.  Johnson. 
Director, 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation. 

\r.    R.    Doc.    46-6168:    Piled,    Mar.    80,    19*5; 

3:33  p.  m.l 


[Supp.  Order  ODT  3,  Rev.  451.  Amdt.  11 
ST.  Lotns.  Mo..  East  St.  Loms,  III., 

EVANSNILLE,  InD.,  AND  POINTS  IN  ILLINOIS 

COORDINATED    OPERATIONS    OF    CERTAIN 
CARRIERS 

Upon  consideration  of  a  petition  for 
the  amendment  of  Supplementary  Order 
ODT  3,  Revised-451  (9  FH.  15069) .  filed 
with  the  Office  of  Deffense  Transportation 
by  the  carriers  subject  thereto,,  and  good 
cause  appearing  therefor.         ' 

It  is  hereby  ordered,  That  Supple- 
mentary Order  ODT  3,  Revlsed-451,  be, 
and  It  hereby  is.  amended  by  striking 
from  Appendix  2  thereto  subparagraph 
(r)  of  paragraph  n  and  references  else- 
where In  the  said  Appendix  2  to  the  said 
subparagraph  (r). 

This  amendment  shall  become  effec- 
tive April  5.  1945. 

Issued  at  Washington,  D.  C,  this  Slst 
day  of  March  1945. 

GxjY  A.  Richardson. 

Director, 
Highway  Transport  Department. 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation. 

IF.   R.   Doc.   45-615«;    Filed,   Mar.   30.    1945; 
3:33  p.  m.J 


[Supp.  Order  ODT  3,  Rev    598] 

Alabama 

coordinated  operations  of  certain 
carriers 

Upon  consideration  of  a  plan  for  joint 
action  filed  with  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation  by  the  persons  named 
in  Appendix  1  hereof  to  facihtate  com- 
pliance with  the  requirements  and  pur- 
poses of  General  Order  ODT  3.  Revised, 
as  amended  (7  F.R.  5445,  6689,  7694; 
8  F.R.  4660.  14582;  9  F.R.  2793.  3264, 
3357.  6778),  a  copy  of  which  plan  is 
attached  hereto  as  Appendix  2,'  and 

It  appearing  that  the  proposed  coor- 
dination of  operations  is  necessary  in 
order  to  assure  maximum  utilization  of 
the  facilities,  services,  and  equipment, 
and  to  conserve  and  providently  utilize 
vital  equipment,  materials,  and  supplies, 
of  the  carriers,  and  to  provide  for  the 
prompt  and  continuous  movement  of 
necessary  traffic,  the  attainment  of 
which  purposes  is  essential  to  the  suc- 
cessful pro.secution  of  the  war,  It  is 
hereby  ordered,  That : 

1.  The  plan  for  Joint  action  above  re- 
ferred to  is  hereby  approved  and  the 
carriers  are  directed  to  put  the  plan  in 
operation  forthwith,  subject  to  the  fol- 
lowing provisions,  which  shall  supersede 
any  provisions  of  such  plan  that  are  in 
conflict  therewith. 

2.  Each  of  the  carriers  forthwith  shall 
file  a  copy  of  this  order  with  th^  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  having 
jurisdiction  over  any  operations  affected 
by  this  order,  and  likewise  shall  file,  and 
publish  in  accordance  with  law,  and 
continue  in  effect  until  further  order, 
tariffs  or  supplements  to  filed  tariffs, 
setting  forth  any  changes  in  rates, 
charges,  operations,  rules,  regulations, 
and  practices  of  the  carrier  which  may 


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be  necessary  to  accord  with  the  provi- 
sions of  this  order  and  of  such  plan;  and 
forthwith  shall  apply  to  such  regulatory 
body  or  bodies  for  special  permission  for 
such  tariffs  or  supplements  to  become 
effective  on  the  shortest  notice  lawfully 
permissible,  but  not  prior  to  the  effec- 
tive date  of  this  order. 

3.  Whenever  transportation  service  is 
performed  by  one  carrier  in  lieu  of  serv- 
ice by  another  carrier,  by  reason  of  a 
diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  similar 
act  made  or  performed  pursuant  to  the 
plan  for  Joint  action  hereby  approved, 
the  rates,  charges,  rules,  and  regulations 
governing  such  service  shall  be  those 
that  would  have  appUed  except  for  sifth 
diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  other 
act. 

4.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
not  be  so  construed  or  applied  as  to  re- 
quire any  carrier  subject  hereto  to  per- 
form any  service  beyond  its  transporta- 
tion capacity,  or  to  authorize  or  require 
any  act  or  omission  which  is  in  violation 
of  any  law  or  regulation,  or  to  permit  any 
carrier  to  alter  its  legal  liability  to  any 
shipper.  In  the  event  that  compliance 
with  any  term  of  this  order,  or  effectua- 
tion of  any  provision  of  such  plan,  would 
conflict  with,  or  would  not  be  authorized 
under,  the  existing  interstate  or  intra- 
state operating  authority  of  any  carrier 
subject  hereto,  such  carrier  forthwith 
shall  apply  to  the  appropriate  regulatory 
body  or  bodies  for  the  granting  of  such 
operating  authority  as  may  be  requisite  to 
compliance  with  the  terms  of  this  order, 
and  shall  prosecute  such  appUcation  with 
all  possible  diligence.  The  coordination 
of  operations  directed  by  this  order  shall 
be  subject  to  the  carriers'  possessing  or 
obtaining  the  requisite  operating  au- 
thority. 

5.  All  records  of  the  carriers  pertain- 
ing to  any  transportation  performed 
pursuant  to  this  order  and  to  the  provi- 
sions of  such  plan  shall  be  kept  available 
for  examination  and  inspection  at  all 
reasonable  times  by  accredited  repre- 
sentatives of  the  Office  of  Defense  Trans- 
portation. 

6.  Withdrawal  of  a  carrier  from  par- 
ticipation in  the  plan  for  joint  action 
hereby  approved  shall  not  be  made  with- 
out prior  approval  of  the  Office  of  De- 
fense Transportation. 

7.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall  be 
binding  upon  any  successor  in  interest  to 
any  carrier  named  In  this  order.  Upon 
a  transfer  of  any  operation  involved  in 
this  order,  the  successor  In  interest  and 
the  other  carriers  nsuned  in  this  order 
forthwith  shall  notify,  in  writing,  the  Of- 
fice of  Defense  Transportation  of  the 
transfer  and,  unless  and  vmtil  otherwise 
ordered,  the  successor  in  interest  shall 
perform  the  functions  of  his  predecessor 
in  accordance  with  the  provisions  of  this 
order. 

8.  The  plan  for  joint  action  hereby  ap- 
proved and  all  contractual  arrangements 
made  by  the  carriers  to  effectuate  the 
plan  shall  not  continue  in  operation  be- 
yond the  effective  period  of  this  order. 

9.  Communications  concerning  this 
order  should  refer  to  It  by  the  supple- 
mentary order  number  which  appears  in 
the  caption  hereof,  and,  unless  otherwise 
directed,  should  be  addressed  to  the 
Highway  Transport  Department,  Office 


of  Defense  Transportation,  Washington 
25,  D.  C. 

TTiis  order  shall  become  effective  April 
5.  1945,  and  shall  remain  in  full  force 
and  effect  until  the  termination  of  the 
present  war  shall  have  been  duly  pro- 
claimed, or  until  such  earlier  time  a5  thf 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation  by 
further  order  may  designate. 

Issued  at  Washington.  D.  C,  this  31st 
day  of  March  1945. 

Guy  a.  Richardson. 

Director, 
Highway  Transport  Department. 
Office  of  Defense  Tran sport ui ion. 

Appendix  1  ' 

O,  T.  Miller,  doing  business  a?  G  T  Milicr 
Truck  Lines,  Luverne,  Ala. 

B.  P.  WlUlams,  doing  business  af  B  F  Wil- 
liams Truck  Lines.  Luverne.  Ala. 

C.  J.  Revels.  Luverne.  Ala. 
H./B.  Cope,  Luverne,  Ala. 

IF     R.    Doc.    45-5159;    Filed.    Mar     30     1945; 
3:33  p.  m.] 


[Supp.  Order  ODT  3,  Rev.  583] 
Delaware,  Maryland,  and  Pennsylvania 

coordinated  operations  of  certain 
carriers 

■  UUon  consideration  of  a  plan  for  joint 
action  filed  with  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation  by  the  persons  named  in 
Appendix  1  hereof  to  facilitate  compli- 
ance with  the  requirements  and  purposes 
of  General  Order  ODT  8.  Revised,  as 
amended  (7  F.R.  5445,  6689.  7694;  8  F.R. 
4660,  14582;  9  F.R. 2793,  3264,  3357,  6778 ' , 
a  copy  of  which  plan  is  attached  hereto 
as  Appendix  2,'  and 

It  appearing  that  the  proposed  co- 
ordination of  operations  is  necessary  in 
order  to  assure  maximum  utilization  of 
the  facilities,  services,  and  equipment, 
and  to  conserve  and  providently  utilize 
vital  equipment,  materials,  and  supplic-^, 
of  the  carriers,  and  to  provide  for  the 
prompt  and  continuous  movement  of 
necessary  traffic,  the  attainment  of 
which  purposes  ft  essential  to  the  suc- 
cessful prosecution  of  the  war,  li  is  here- 
by ordered.  That: 

1.  The  plan  for  joint  action  above  re- 
ferred to  Is  hereby  approved  and  the 
carriers  are  directed  to  put  the  plan  in 
operation  forthwith,  subject  to  the  id- 
lowing  provisions,  which  shall  super.scde 
any  provisions  of  such  plan  that  are  in 
conflict  therewith. 

2.  Each  of  the  carriers  forthwith  .-hall 
file  a  copy  of  this  order  with  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  having 
Jurisdiction  over  any  operation?  affected 
by  this  order,  and  likewi.se  shall  file,  and 
publish  in  accordance  with  law.  and  con- 
tinue in  effect  until  further  order,  tariffs 
or  supplements  to  filed  tariffs,  setting 
forth  any  changes  in  rates,  charges,  op- 
erations, rules,  regulation.s,  and  practices 
of  the  carrier  which  may  be  necessary  to 
accord  with  the  provisions  of  this  order 
and  of  such  plan;  and  forthwith  shall  ap- 
ply to  such  regulatory  body  or  bodips  for 
special  permission  for  such  tariffs  or 
supplements  to  become  effective  on  the 
shortest  notice  lawfully  permissible,  but 
not  prior  to  the  effecil'.c  date  of  \h\<  or- 
der. 


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3.  Whenever  transportation  service  is 
performed  by  one  carrier  in  lieu  of  serv- 
ice by  another  carrier,  by  reason  of  a  di- 
version, exchange,  pooling,  or  similar  act 
made  or  performed  pursuant  to  the  plan 
for  joint  action  hereby  approved,  the 
rates,  charges,  rules,  and  regulations  gov- 
erning such  service  shall  be  those  that 
would  have  applied  except  for  such  di- 
version, exchange,  pooling,  or  other  act, 

4.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall  not 
be  so  construed  or  applied  as  to  require 
any  carrier  subject  hereto  to  perform 
any  service  beyond  its  transportation 
capacity,  or  to  authorize  or  require  any 
act  or  omission  which  is  in  violation  of 
any  law  or  regulation,  or  to  permit  any 
carrier  to  alter  its  legal  liability  to  any 
shipper.  In  the  event  that  compliance 
With  any  term  of  this  order,  or  effectua- 
tion of  any  provision  of  such  plan,  would 
conflict  with,  or  would  not  be  authorized 
under,  the  existing  Interstate  or  intra- 
state operating  authority  of  any  carrier 
subject  hereto,  such  carrier  forthwith 
shall  apply  to  the  appropriate  regulatory 
body  or  bodies  for  the  granting  of  such 
operating  authority  ah  may  be  requisite 
to  compliance  with  the  terms  of  this  or- 
der, and  shall  prosecute  such  application 
with  all  possible  diligence.  The  coordi- 
nation of  operations  directed  by  this  or- 
der shall  be  subject  to  the  carriers'  pos- 
sessing or  obtaining  the  requisite  operat- 
ing authority. 

5.  All  records  of  the  carriers  pertaining 
to  any  transportation  performed  pur- 
suant to  this  order  and  to  the  provision.s 
of  such  plan  §hall  be  kept  available  for 
examination  and  Inspection  at  all  rea- 
.sonable  times  by  accredited  representa- 
tives of  the  OfDce  of  Defense  Transpor- 
tation. 

6.  Withdrawal  of  a  carrier  from  par- 
ticipation In  the  plan  for  joint  action 
hereby  approved  shall  not  be  made  with- 
out prior  approval  of  the  Office  of  De- 
fense Transportation. 

7.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall  be 
binding  upon  any  successor  in  interest  to 
any  carrier  named  in  this  order.  Upon 
a  transfer  of  any  operation  Involved-in 
this  order,  the  successor  in  interest  and 
the  other  carriers  named  In  this  order 
forthwith  shall  notify,  in  writing,  the 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation  of  the 
transfer  and.  unless  and  until  otherwise 
ordered,  the  successor  in  interest  shall 
perform  the  functions  of  his  predecessor 
in  accordance  with  the  provisions  of  this 
order. 

8.  The  plan  for  joint  action  hereby  ap- 
proved and  all  contractual  arrange- 
ments made  by  the  carriers  to  effectuate 
the  plan  shall  not  continue  in  operation 
beyond  the  effective  period  6t  this  order. 

9.  Communications  concerning  this 
order  should  refer  to  it  by  the  supple- 
mentary order  number  wliich  appears  in 
the  caption  hereof,  and,  unless  otherwise 
directed,  should  be  addressed  to  the 
Highway  Transport  Department.  Office 
of  Defen.se  Transportation.  Washington 
25.  D.  C 

This  order  shall  become  effective  April 
5,  1945,  and  shall  remain  in  full  force 
and  effect  until  the  termination  of  the 


present  war  shall  have  been  duly  pro- 
claimed, or  until  such  earlier  time  as  the 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation  by 
further  order  may  designate. 

Issued  at  Washington.  D.  C.  this  31st 
day  of  March  1945. 

Otrv  A.  Richardson. 

Director. 
Higluoay  Transport  Department. 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation. 

Appkndix  1 

Wooleyhan  Transport  Company.  Wilming- 
ton. Del. 

Shirks  Motor  Express  Corporation,  Lan- 
caster, Pa. 

|F.    R.    Doc.    45  5160:    Filed.   Mar     30,    1945; 
3:34  p.  m  1 


ISupp.  Order   ODT  3,   Rev.   596 1 

Chattanooga,  Tenn.,  and  Atlanta.  Ga. 

coordinated  operations  of  certain 
carriers 

Upon  consideration  of  a  plan  for  joint 
action  filed  with  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation  by  the  persons  named  in 
Appendix  1  hereof  to  facilitate  compli- 
ance with  the  requirements  and  purposes 
of  General  Order  ODT  3,  Revised,  as 
amended  (7  PR.  5445.  6689.  7694;  8  P.R. 
4660.  14582;  9  PR.  2793.  3264.  3357.  6778) . 
a  copy  of  which  plan  is  attached  hereto 
as  Appendix  2.'  and 

It  appearing  that  the  proposed  coordi- 
nation of  operations  is  necessary  in  order 
to  assure  maximum  utilization  of  the 
facilities,  services,  and  equipment,  and  to 
conserve  and  providently  utilize  vital 
equipment,  materials,  and  supplies,  of 
the  carriers,  and  to  provide  for  the 
prompt  and  continuous  movement  of 
necessary  traffic,  the  attainment  of 
which  purposes  is  essential  to  the  suc- 
cessful prosecution  of  the  war,  It  is  here- 
by ordered,  That: 

1.  The  plan  for  joint  action  above  re- 
ferred to  is  hereby  approved  and  the  car- 
riers are  directed  to  put  the  plan  in  op- 
eration forthwith,  subject  to  the  follow- 
ing provisions,  which  shall  supersede  any 
provisions  of  such  plan  that  are  In  con- 
flict therewith. 

2.  Each  of  the  carriers  forthwith  shall 
file  a  copy  of  this  order  with  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  having 
jurisdiction  over  any  operations  affected 
by  this  order,  and  likewise  shall  file,  and 
publish  in  accordance  with  law.  and 
continue  in  effect  until  further  order, 
tariffs  or  supplements  to  filed  tariffs,  set- 
ting forth  any  changes  in  rates,  charges, 
operations,  rules,  regulations,  and  prac- 
tices of  the  carrier  which  may  be  nec- 
essary to  accord  with  the  provisions  of 
this  order  and  of  such  plan;  and  forth- 
with shall  apply  to  such  regulatory  body 
or  bodies  for  special  permission  for  such 
tariffs  or  supplements  to  become  effective 
on  the  shortest  notice  lawfully  permis- 
sible, but  not  prior  to  the  effective  date 
of  this  order. 

3.  Whenever  transportation  ser\ice  is 
performed  by  one  carrier  in  lieu  of  serv- 
ice by  another  carrier,  by  reason  of  a 


« Filed  a*  part  of  tlie  original  document. 


diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  similar 
act  made  or  performed  pursuant  to  the 
plan  for  Joint  action  hereby  approved, 
the  rates,  charges,  rules,  and  regulations 
governing  such  service  shall  be  those 
that  would  have  applied  except  for  such 
diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  other 
act. 

4.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
not  be  so  construed  or  applied  as  to  re- 
quire any  carrier  subject  hereto  to  per- 
form any  service  beyond  its  transporta- 
tion capacity,  or  to  authorize  or  require 
any  act  or  omission  which  is  in  violation 
of  any  law  or  regulation,  or  to  permit 
any  carrier  to  alter  its  legal  liability  to 
any  shipper.  In  the  event  that  compli- 
ance with  any  term  of  this  order,  or 
effectuation  of  any  provision  of  such 
plan,  would  conflict  with,  or  would  not  be 
authorized  under,  the  existing  interstate 
or  intrastate  operating  authority  of  any 
carrier  subject "  hereto,  such  carrier 
forthwith  shall  apply  to  the  appropriate 
regulatory  body  or  bodies  for  the  grant- 
ing of  such  operating  authority  as  may 
be  requisite  to  compliance  with  the  terms 
of  this  order,  and  shall  prosecute  such 
application  with  all  possible  diligence 
The  coordination  of  operations  directed 
by  this  order  shall  be  subject  to  the  car- 
riers' possessing  or  obtaining  the  requi- 
site operating  authority. 

5.  All  records  of  the  carriers  pertain- 
ing to  any  transportation  performed 
pursuant  to  this  order  and  to  the  pro- 
visions of  such  plan  shall  be  kept  avail- 
able for  examination  and  Inspection  at 
all  reasonable  times  by  accredited  repre- 
sentatives of  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation. 

6.  Withdrawal  of  a  carrier  from  par- 
ticipation In  the  plan  for  joint  action 
hereby  approved  shall  not  be  made 
without  prior  approval  of  the  Office  of 
Defense  Transportation. 

7.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall  be 
binding  upon  any  successor  in  interest 
to  any  carrier  named  in  this  order. 
Upon  a  transfer  of  any  operation  in- 
volved in  this  order,  the  successor  in  In- 
terest and  the  other  carriers  named  in 
this  order  forthwith  shall  notify,  in 
writing,  the  Office  of  Defense  Transpor- 
tation of  the  transfer  and,  imless  and 
until  otherwise  ordered,  the  successor  in 
interest  shall  perform  the  functions  of 
his  predecessor  in  accordance  with  the 
provisions  of  this  order. 

8.  The  plan  for  joint  action  hereby 
approved  and  all  contractual  arrange- 
ments made  by  the  carriers  to  effectu- 
ate the  plan  shall  not  continue  in  oper- 
ation beyond  the  effective  period  of  this 
order. 

9.  Communications  concerning  this 
order  should  refer  to  It  by  the  supple- 
mentary order  number  which  appears  in 
the  caption  hereof,  and,  unless  other- 
wise directed,  should  be  addressed  to  the 
Highway  Transport  Department.  Office 
of  Defense  Transportation.  Washington 
25.  D.  C. 

This  order  shall  become  effective  April 
5.  1945.  and  shall  remain  In  full  force 
and  effect  until  the  termination  of  the 
present  war  shall  have  been  duly  pro- 
claimed, or  until  such  earlier  time  as  the 


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Office    of    Defense   Transportation    by 
further  order  may  designate. 

Issued  at  Washington.  D.  C.  this  31st 
day  of  March  1945. 

GtJY  A.  RlC3iARDSON. 

Director, 
Highway  Transport  Department, 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation. 

Appendix  1 

Hyatt  Spauldlng  and  Herman  Gettelflnger. 
copartners,  doing  buslnesa  aa  Blue  &  Gray 
Transportation  Oo  ,  Cincinnati,  Ohio. 

Dixie  Ohio  Expreas  Co.,  Akron,  Ohio. 

Johnaon  Freight  Lines.  Inc..  Chattanooga. 
Tenn. 

|F.    R.   Doc.   46-5161;    Filed.    Mar.    30.    1945; 
3:34  p.  m.] 


[Supp.  Order   ODT  6A-S81 

Indianapolis  and  Lapel,  Ind. 

coordinated  operations  op  certain 

CAMUERS 

Upon  consideration  of  a  plan  for  joint 
action  filed  with  the  Office  of  Defense 
TransporUtlon  by  the  persons  named  In 
Appendix  1  hereof  to  facilitate  compli- 
ance with  the  requirements  and  purposes 
of  General  Order  ODT  6A.  as  amended 
(8  FM.  8757.  14582;  9  PR.  2794).  a  copy 
of  which  plan  is  attached  hereto  as  Ap- 
pendix 2.'  and 

It  appearing  that  the  proposed  co- 
ordinaUon  of  operations  is  necessary  In 
order  to  conserve  and  providently  utilize 
vital  transportation  equipment,  mate- 
rials, and  supplies;  and  to  provide  for 
the  continuous  movement  of  necessary 
traffic,  the  attainment  of  which  purposes 
Is  essential  to  the  successful  prosecution 
of  the  war.  It  is  hereby  ordered.  That: 

1.  The  plan  for  Joint  action  above  re- 
ferred to  Is  hereby  approved  and  the 
persons  named  in  Appendix  1  hereof 
are  directed  to  put  the  plan  in  operation 
forthwith,  subject  to  the  following  pro- 
visions, which  shall  supersede  any  provi- 
sions of  such  plan  that  are  in  conflict 
therewith. 

2.  Each  of  the  carriers  shall  file  forth- 
with a  copy  of  this  order  with  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  having 
jurisdiction  over  any  operations  affected 
by  this  order,  and  likewise  shall  file,  and 
publish  in  accordance  with  law.  and  con- 
tinue m  effect  until  further  order,  tariffs 
or  schedules,  or  appropriate  supplements 
to  filed  tariffs  or  schedules,  setting  forth 
any  changes  in  rates,  charges,  rules,  reg- 
ulations,  and  practices  of   the  carrier 
which  may  be  necessary  to  accord  with 
the  provisions  of  this  order  and  of  such 
plan;  and  forthwith  shall  apply  to  such 
regulatory  body  or  bodies  for  special  per- 
mission for  such  tariffs,  schedules,  or 
supplements,  to  become  effective  on  the 
shortest  notice  lawfully  permissible,  but 
not  prior  to  the  effective  date  of  this 
order. 

3.  Whenever  transportation  service  is 
performed  by  one  carrier  in  lieu  of  serv- 
ice by  another  carrier,  by  reason  of  a 
diversion,  exchange,  poolinf,  or  similar 
act  made  or  performed  pursuant  to  the 
plan  for  Joint  action  hereby  approved. 


'  Filed  as  part  of  the  original  document. 


the  rates,  charges,  rules,  and  reg\ila- 
tions  governing  such  service  shall  be 
those  that  would  have  applied  except 
for  such  diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or 
other  act. 

4.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
not  be  so  construed  or  applied  as  to  re- 
quire any  ciu-rier  subject  hereto  to  per- 
form any  service  beyond  Its  transporta- 
tion capacity,  or  to  authorize  or  require 
any  act  or  omission  which  is  In  viola- 
tion of  any  law  or  regulation,  or  to  per- 
mit any  carrier  to  alter  its  legal  liability 
to  any  shipper,  or  to  exempt  or  release 
any  participant  In  the  plan  from  the  re- 
quirements of  any  order  of  the  Office  of 
Defense  Transportation  now  or  hereafter 
in  effect.    In  the  event  that  compliance 
with  any  term  of  this  order,  or  effectua- 
tion of  any  provision  of  such  plan,  would 
conflict  with,  or  would  not  be  authorized 
under   the  existing  Interstate  or  intra- 
state operating  authority  of  any  carrier 
subject  hereto,  such  carrier  forthwith 
shall  apply  to  the  appropriate  regulatory 
body  or  bodies  for  the  granting  of  such 
operating  authority  as  may  be  requisite 
to  compliance  with  the  terms  of  this 
order,  and  shall  prosecute  such  applica- 
tion with  all  possible  diligence.    The  co- 
ordination of  operations  directed  by  this 
order  shall  be  subject  to  the  carriers' 
possessing  or  obtaining  the  requisite  op- 
erating authority. 

5.  All  records  of  the  carriers  pertam- 
ing  to  any  transportation  performed 
pursuant  to  this  order  and  to  the  provi- 
sions of  such  plan  shaU  be  avaUable  for 
examination  and  inspection  at  all  rea- 
sonable times  by  any  accredited  repre- 
sentative of  the  Office  of  Defense  Trans- 
portation. 

6.  Withdrawal  of  a  carrier  from  par- 
ticipation in  the  plan  for  joint  action 
hereby  approved  shall  not  be  made  with- 
out prior  approval  of  the  Office  of  De- 
fense Transportation. 

7.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
be  binding  upon  any  successor  in  interest 
to  any  carrier  named  in  this  order. 
Upon  a  transfer  of  any  operation  in- 
volved in  this  order,  the  successor  in  in- 
terest and  the  other  carriers  named  in 
this  order  forthwith  shall  notify,  in  writ- 
ing the  Office  of  Defense  TransporU- 
tioii  of  the  transfer  and.  unless  and  un- 
til otherwise  ordered,  the  successor  in 
Interest  shall  perform  the  functions  of 
his  predecessor  in  accordance  with  the 
provisions  of  this  order. 

8  The  plan  for  joint  action  hereby 
approved  and  all  contractual  arrange- 
ments made  by  the  carriers  to  effectuate 
the  plan  shaU  not  continue  in  operation 
beyond  the  effective  period  of  this  order. 

9  Communications  concerning  this 
order  should  refer  to  It  by  the  supple- 
mentary order  number  which  appears 
in  the  caption  hereof,  and.  unless  other- 
wise directed .  should  be  addressed  to  the 
Highway  Transport  Department,  Office 
of  Defense  Transportation,  Washington 
25,  D.  C. 

This  order  shall  become  effective  April 
5  1945,  and  shall  remain  in  full  force 
and  effect  until  the  termination  of  the 
present  war  shaU  have  been  duly  pro- 
claimed, or  untU  such  earlier  time  as  the 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation  by 
fiu-ther  order  may  designate. 


Issued  at  Washington.  D.  C  this  31st 
day  of  March  1945. 

Q\jY  A.  Richardson. 

Director. 
Highway  Transport  Department. 
"  Office  of  Defense  Transportation. 

Appendix  1 
The  Sliver  Fleet  Uotor  Express,  Inc..  liouis- 
TlUe.  Ky. 

Bowser  Truck  Line,  Inc.,  Indianapolis.  Ind. 

[F.   R.    Doc.   46-5162;    FUed.    Mar.    30,    1943; 
3:34  p.  m.l 


[Supp.  Order  ODT  «A-B51 
KOKOirO  AND  LOGANSPORT,  IND. 

COORDINATBD  OPKHATIOKS  OP  CERTAIN 
CARRIEKS 

Upon  consideration  of  a  plan  for  joint 
action  filed  with  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation  by  the  persons  named  in 
Appendix  1  hereof  to  facilitate  com- 
pliance with  the  requirements  and  pur- 
poses of  General  Order  ODT  6A,  as 
amended  (8  P.R.  8757, 14582;  9  P.R.  2794  > , 
a  copy  of  which  plan  is  attached  hereto 
as  Appendix  2,'  and 

It  appearing  that  the  proposed  coor- 
dination of  operations  is  necessai-y  in 
order  to  conserve  and  providently  utilize 
vital  transportation  equipment,  mate- 
rials, and  supplies ;  and  to  provide  for  the 
continuous  movement  of  necessary  traf- 
fic, the  attainment  of  which  purposes  is 
essential  to  the  successful  prosecution  of 
the  war.  It  is  hereby  ordered,  That : 

1.  The  plan  for  joint  action  above  re- 
ferred to  is  hereby  approved  and  the  per- 
sons named  in  Appendix  1  hereof  are 
directed  to  put  the  plan  in  operation 
forthwith,  subject  to  the  following  pro- 
visions, which  shall  supersede  any  pro- 
visions of  such  plan  that  are  in  conflict 
therewith. 

2.  Each  of  the  carriers  shall  flle  forth- 
with a  copy  of  this  order  with  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  having 
jurisdiction  over  any  operations  affected 

'  by  this  order,  and  Ukewise  shall  flle,  and 
publish  in  accordance  with  law,  and 
continue  in  effect  until  further  order, 
tariffs  or  schedules,  or  appropriate  sup- 
plements to  filed  tariffs  or  schedules,  set- 
ting forth  any  changes  in  rates,  charges, 
rules,  regulations,  and  practices  of  the 
carrier  which  may  be  necessary  to  ac- 
cord with  the  provisions  of  this  order 
and  of  such  plan;  and  forthwith  .-^hall 
apply  to  such  regulatory  body  or  bodies 
for  special  permission  for  such  tariffs, 
schedules,  or  supplements,  to  become  ef- 
fective on  the  shortest  notice  lawfully 
permissible,  but  not  prior  to  the  effective 
date  of  this  order. 

3.  Whenever  transportation  service  is 
performed  by  one  carrier  in  Ueu  of  sen- 
ice  by  another  carrier,  by  reason  of  a 
diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  similar 
act  made  or  performed  pursuant  to  the 
plan  for  Joint  action  hereby  approved, 
the  rates,  charges,  rules,  and  regulations 
governing  such  service  shall  be  those  that 
would  have  applied  except  for  such  di- 
version, exchange,  pooling,  or  other  act. 

4.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
not  be  so  construed  or  applied  as  to 
require  any  carrier  subject  hereto  to 
perform  any  service  beyond  Its  trans- 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  AprU  3,  1945 


3.')7.> 


3574 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tue»day,  ApHl  5,  1945 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  AprU  3,  1945 


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portatlon  capacity,  or  to  authorize  or 
require  any  act  or  omission  which  is  in 
violation  of  any  law  or  regulation,  or 
to  permit  any  carrier  to  alter  its  legal 
liability  to  any  shipper,  or  to  exempt  or 
release  any  participant  in  the  plan  from 
the  requirements  of  any  order  of  the 
Olflce  of  Defense  Transportation  now 
or  hereafter  in  effect.  In  the  event  that 
compliance  with  any  term  of  this  order, 
or  effectuation  of  any  provision  of  such 
plan,  would  conflict  with,  or  would  not 
be  authorized  under,  the  existing  inter- 
state or  intrastate  operating  authority 
of  any  carrier  subject  hereto,  such  car- 
rier forthwith  shall  apply  to  the  ap- 
propriate regulatory  body  or  bodies  for 
the  granting  of  such  operating  authority 
as  may  be  requisite  to  compliance  with 
the  terms  of  this  order,  and  shall  prose- 
cute such  application  with  all  possible 
diligence.  The  coordination  of  opera- 
tions directed  by  this  order  shall  be  sub- 
ject to  the  carriers'  possessing  or  obtain- 
ing the  requisite  operating  authority. 

5.  All  records  of  the  carriers  pertain- 
ing to  any  transportation  performed 
pursuant  to  this  order  and  to  the  pro- 
visions of  such  plan  shall  be  available 
for  examination  and  Inspection  at  all 
reasonable  times  t>y  any  accredited  rep- 
resentative of  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation. 

8.  Withdrawal  of  a  carrier  from  par- 
ticipation in  the  plan  for  Joint  action 
hereby  approved  shall  not  be  made  with- 
out prior  approval  of  the  OfDce  of  De- 
fense Transportation. 

7.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
be  binding  upon  any  successor  in  interest 
to  any  carrier  named  in  this  order.  Up- 
on a  transfer  of  any  operation  involved 
in  this  order,  the  successor  in  interest 
and  the  other  carriers  named  in  this  or- 
der forthwith  shall  notify,  in  writing, 
the  Office  of  Defense  Transportation  of 
the  transfer  and,  unless  and  until  other- 
wise ordered,  the  successor  in  interest 
shall  perform  the  functions  of  his  pred- 
ecessor in  accordance  with  the  pro- 
visions of  this  order. 

8.  The  plan  for  joint  action  hereby 
approved  and  all  contractual  arrange- 
ments made  by  the  carriers  to  effectuate 
the  plan  shall  not  continue  in  operation 
beyond  the  effective  period  of  this  order. 

9.  Communications  concerning  this 
order  should  refer  to  it  by  the  supple- 
mentary order  number  which  appears  in 
the  caption  hereof,  and,  unless  otherwise 
directed,  should  be  addressed  to  the 
Highway  Transport  Department,  OiHce 
of  Defense  Transportation,  Washington 
25.  D.  C. 

This  order  shall  become  effective  April 
5.  1945,  and  shall  remain  in  full  force 
and  effect  until  the  termination  of  the 
present  war  shall  have  been  duly  pro- 
claimed, or  until  such  earlier  time  as  the 
OfBce  of  Defense  Transportation  by 
further  order  may  designate. 

Issued  at  Washington,  D.  C,  this  31st 
day  of  March  1945. 

Guy  a.  Richardsok, 

Director, 
Highway  Transport  Department, 
Office  of  Defense  Transfprtation. 


Aptekdzz  1 

Motor  bpress,  Inc.,  of  Indiana,  Indianapo- 
lis. Ind. 

Courier  Bxpresa,  Inc.,  Logansport,  Ind. 

[F.   R.    Doc.   46-6163;    Piled,    Mar.   30,    1»46; 
8:34  p.  m.] 


[Supp.  Order  C»T  3,  Rev.  600) 
Georgia,  Florida,  and  Alabam.v 

coordinated  operations  or  certain 
carriers 

Upon  consideration  of  a  plan  for  Joint 
action  filed  with  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation  by  the  persons  named  in 
Appendix  1  hereof  to  facilitate  compli- 
ance with  the  requirements  and  pur- 
poses of  General  Order  ODT  3,  Revised, 
as  amended  (7  F.R.  5445,  6669,  7694;  8 
P.R.  4680.  14582;  9  F.R.  2793,  3264,  3357, 
6778),  a  copy  of  which  plan  is  attached 
hereto  a0  Appendix  2,'  and 

It  appearing  that  the  proposed  co- 
ordination of  operations  is  necessary  in 
order  to  assure  maximum  utilization  of 
the  facilities,  services,  and  equipment, 
and  to  conserve  and  providently  utilize 
vital  equipment,  materials,  and  supplies, 
of  the  carriers,  and  to  provide  for  the 
prompt  and  continuous  movement  of 
necessary  trafBc,  the  attainment  of 
which  purposes  is  essential  to  the  suc- 
cessful prosecution  of  the  war.  It  is  here- 
by ordered.  That: 

1.  The  plan  for  joint  action  above  re- 
ferred to  is  hereby  approved  and  the  car- 
riers are  directed  to  put  the  plan  in 
operation  forthwith,  subject  to  the  fol- 
lowing provisions,  which  shall  supersede 
any  provisions  of  such  plan  that  are  in 
conflict  therewith. 

2.  Each  of  the  carriers  forthwith  shall 
file  a  copy  of  this  order  with  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  having 
jurisdiction  over  any  operations  affected 
by  this  order,  and  likewise  shall  file,  and 
publish  in  accordance  with  law,  and  con- 
tinue in  effect  until  further  order,  tariffs 
or  supplements  to  filed  tariffs,  setting 
forth  any  changes  in  rates,  charges,  oper- 
ations, rules,  regulations,  and  practices 
of  the  carrier  which  may  be  necessary 
to  accord  with  the  provisions  of  this  order 
and  of  such  plan;  and  forthwith  shall 
apply  to  such  regulatory  body  or  bodies 
for  sp)eclal  permission  for  such  tariffs  or 
supplements  to  become  effective  on  the 
shortest  notice  lawfully  permissible,  but 
not  prior  to  the  effective  date  of  this 
order. 

3.  Whenever  transportation  service  is 
performed  by  one  carrier  in  lieu  of  serv- 
ice by  another  carrier,  by  reason  of  a 
diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  similar 
act  made  or  performed  pursuant  to  the 
plan  for  joint  action  hereby  approved, 
the  rates,  charges,  rules,  and  regulations 
governing  such  service  shall  be  those 
that  would  have  applied  except  for  such 
diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  other  act. 

4.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
not  be  so  construed  or  applied  as  to  re- 
quire any  carrier  subject  hereto  to  per- 
form any  service  beyond  its  transporta- 
tion capacity,  or  to  authorise  or  require 


>  Filed  tLM  part  of  the  original  dociiment. 


any  act  or  omission  which  is  in  violation 
of  any  law  or  regulation,  or  to  permit 
any  carrier  to  alter  its  legal  liability  to 
any  shipper.  In  the  event  that  compli- 
ance with  any  term  of  this  order,  or  ef- 
fectuation of  any  provision  of  such  plan, 
would  conflict  with,  or  would  not  be  au- 
thorized under,  the  existing  interstate 
or  Intrastate  operating  authority  of  any 
carrier  subject  hereto,  such  carrier  forth- 
with shall  apply  to  the  appropriate  regu- 
latory body  or  bodies  for  the  granting  of 
such  operating  authority  as  may  be 
requisite  to  compUance  with  the  terms  of 
this  order,  and  shall  prosecute  such  ap- 
plication with  all  possible  diligence.  The 
coordination  of  operations  directed  by 
this  order  shall  be  subject  to  the  carriers' 
possessing  or  obtaining  the  requisite 
operating  authority. 

6.  All  records  of  the  carriers  pertain- 
ing to  any  transportation  performed  pur- 
suant to  this  order  and  to  the  provisions 
of  such  plan  shall  be  kept  available  for 
examination  and  inspection  at  all  reason- 
able times  by  accredited  representatives 
of  the  Office  of  Defense  Transportation. 

6.  Withdrawal  of  a  carrier  from  par- 
ticipation In  the  plan  for  joint  action 
hereby  approved  shall  not  be  made  with- 
out prior  approval  of  the  Office  of  De- 
fense Tranqiortation. 

7.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
be  binding  upon  any  successor  in  In- 
terest to  any  carrier  named  In  this 
order.  Upon  a  transfer  of  any  operation 
involved  in  this  order,  the  successor  in 
Interest  and  the  other  carriers  named 
In  this  order  forthwith  shall  notify.  In 
writing,  the  Office  of  Defense  Transpor- 
tation of  the  transfer  and,  unless  and 
until  otherwise  ordered,  the  successor 
In  Interest  shall  perform  the  functions 
of  his  predecessor  in  accordance  with 
the  provisions  of  this  order. 

8.  The  plan  for  joint  action  hereby 
approved  and  all  contractual  arrange- 
ments made  by  the  carriers  to  effectuate 
the  plan  shall  not  continue  in  operation 
beyond  the  effective  period  of  this 
order. 

9.  Communications  concerning  this 
order  should  refer  to  it  by  the  supple- 
mentary order  number  which  appears 
In  the  caption  hereof,  and.  unless  other- 
wise directed,  should  be  addressed  to 
the  Highway  Transport  Department, 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation,  Wash- 
ington 25,  D.  C. 

This  order  shall  become  effective  April 
6,  1945,  and  shall  remain  in  full  force 
and  effect  until  the  termination  of  the 
present  war  shall  have  been  duly  pro- 
claimed, or  until  such  earlier  time  as  the 
Oflflce  of  Defense  Transportation  by 
further  order  may  designate. 

Issued  at  Washington,  D.  C,  this  2d 
day  of  April  1945. 

Guy  a.  Richardson. 

Director, 
Highway  Transport  Department, 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation. 

Appendix  I 

Charlie  Devane  and  Karly  Kddlxu.  copart- 
nan.  doing  buslnen  aa  Devane  shd  UAAluM 
IVuck  Line,  Dothan,  Ala. 


Foy  Chancer  and  A.  C.  Creel,  copartners, 
doing  business  as  Dove  Truck  Lines.  Dothan, 
Ala. 

|F.   B.   Doc.   45-5218:    Piled,    Mar.   31,    1945; 
2:42  p.  m.| 


I  Supp    Order  ODT  3.  Rev    601] 
California 

coordinated  operations  of  certain 
carriers 

Upon  consideration  of  a  plan  for  joint 
action  filed  with  the  Office  of  Defense 
TransportatioA  by  the  persons  named  in 
Appendix  1  hereof  to  fsurilltate  com-  , 
pliance  with  the  requirements  and  pur- 
poses of  General  Order  ODT  3.  Revised. 
HS  amended  <7  F.R.  5445.  6689.  7694;  8 
F.R.  4660,  14582;  9  FM.  2793,  3264,  3357, 
6778),  a  copy  of  which  plan  is  attached 
hereto  as  Appendix  2,'  and 

It  appearing  that  the  proposed  coordi- 
nation of  operatipns  is  necessary  in  order 
to  assure  maximum  utilization  of  the  fa- 
cilities, services,  and  equipment,  and  to 
conserve  and  providently  utilize  vital 
equipment,  materials,  and  supplies,  of 
the.  carriers,  and  to  provide  for  the 
prompt  and  continuous  movement  of 
necessary  traffic,  the  attainment  of 
which  purposes  is  es.sential  to  the  suc- 
ressful  prosecution  of  the  war.  It  is  fiere- 
bu  ordered.  That: 

1.  The  plan  for  joint  action  above  re- 
ferred to  is  hereby  approved  and  the 
carriers  are  directed  to  put  the  plan  in 
operation  forthwith,  subject  to  the  fol- 
lowing provisions,  which  shall  supersede 
any  provisions  of  such  plan  that  are  in 
conflict  therewith. 

2.  Each  of  the  carriers  forthwith  shall 
file  a  copy  of  this  order  with  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  having 
jurisdiction  over  any  operations  affected 
by  this  order,  and  likewise  shall  file,  and 
publish  in  accordance  with  law,  and  con- 
tinue in  effect  until  further  order,  tariffs 
or  supplements  to  filed  tariffs,  setting 
forth  any  changes  in  rates,  charges, 
operations,  rules,  regulations,  and  prac- 
tices of  the  carrier  which  may  be  neces- 
.sary  to  accord  with  the  provisions  of  this 
order  and  of  -such  plap;  and  forthwith 
^hall  apply  to  such  regulatory  body  or 
bodies  for  special  permission  for  such 
tariffs  or  supplements  to  become  elective 
on  the  shortest  notice  lawfully  permis- 
sible, but  not  prior  to  the  effective  date 
of  this  order. 

3.  Whenever  transportation  service  is 
performed  by  one  carrier  in  lieu  of  serv- 
ice by  another  carrier,  by  reason  of  a 
diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  -similar 
act  made  or  performed  pursuant  to  the 
plan  for  joint  action  hereby  approved. 
the  rates,  charges,  rules,  and  regulations 
coverning  such  service  shall  be  those  that 
would  have  applied  except  for  such  di- 
version, exchange,  pooling,  or  other  act. 

4.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
not  be  so  construed  or  applied  as  to  re- 
quire any  carrier  subject  hereto  to  per- 
form any  service  beyond  its  transporta- 
tion capacity,  or  to  authorize  or  require 
any  act  or  omission  which  is  in  violation 
of  any  law  or  regulation.  Or  to  permit  any 
carrier  to  alter  its  legal  liability  to  any 
shipper.    In  the  event  that  compliance 


Filed  ri.s  part  uf  tlie  original  document. 


with  any  term  of  this  order,  or  effectua- 
tion of  any  provision  of  such  plan,  would 
conflict  with,  or  would  not  be  authorized 
under,  the  existing  interstate  or  intra- 
state operating  authority  of  any  carrier 
subject  hereto,  such  carrier  forthwith 
.shall  apply  to  the  appropriate  regula- 
tory body  or  bodies  for  the  granting  of 
such  operating  authority  as  may  be  req- 
uisite to  compliance  with  the  terms  of 
this  order,  and  shall  prosecute  such  ap- 
plication with  all  possible  diligence.  The 
coordination  of  operations  directed  by 
this  order  shall  be  subject  to  the  car- 
riers' possessing  or  obtaining  the  requi- 
site operating  authority. 

5.  All  records  of  the  carriers  pertain- 
ing to  any  transportation  performed 
pursuant  to  this  order  and  to  the  pro- 
visions of  such  plan  siiall  be  kept  avail- 
able for  examination  and  Inspection  at 
all  rea-sonable  times  by  accredited  rep- 
resentatives of  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation. 

6.  Withdrawal  of  a  carrier  from  par- 
ticipaiion  in  the  plan  for  joint  action 
hereby  approved  shall  not  be  madervith- 
out  prior  approval  of  the  Office  of  De- 
fense Transportation. 

7.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall  be 
binding  upon  any  successor  in  interest  to 
any  carrier  named  in  this  order.  Upon 
a  transfer  of  any  operation  involved  in 
this  order,  the  successor  in  interest  and 
the  other  carriers  named  in  this  order 
forthwith  sliall  notify,  in  writing,  the  Of- 
fice of  Defense  Transportation  of  the 
transfer  and,  unless  and  until  otherwise 
ordered,  the  successor  in  interest  shall 
perform  the  functions  of  his  predecessor 
in  accordance  with  the  provisions  of  this 
order. 

8.  The  plan  for  joint  action  hereby 
approved  and  all  contractual  arrange- 
ments made  by  the  carriers  to  effectuate 
the  plan  shall  not  continue  in  operation 
beyond  the  effective  period  of  this  order. 

9.  Communications  concerning  this  or- 
der should  refer  to  it  by  the  supplemen- 
tary order  number  which  appears  in  the 
caption  hereof,  and,  unless  otherwise  di- 
rected, should  be  addressed  to  the  High- 
way Transport  Department.  Office  of  De- 
fense Transportation,  Washington  25, 
D.  C. 

This  order  shall  become  effective  April 
6. 1945,  and  shall  remain  In  full  force  and 
effect  until  the  termination  of  the  present 
war  shall  have  been  duly  proclaimed,  or 
until  such  earlier  time  as  the  Office  of 
Defense  Transportation  by  further  order 
may  designate. 

Issued  at  Washington.  D.  C  ,  this  2d 
day  of  April  1945. 

Guv  A.  Richardson. 

Director, 
Highway  Transport  Department . 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation. 

Appendix  1 

Hal  W  Wakefield,  doing  business  as  Dick's 
Van  &  Storage  and  Dick's  Express.  Oakland, 
Calif. 

R.  E  Yales.  doing  business  as  Yates  Van  & 
Storage.  Oakland.  Calif. 

J.  F  Andrews,  doing  bualneas  as  Checker 
Van  &  Storage  Co.,  Oakland,  Calif. 

Q.  J.  Driver,  doing  business  as  Q.  J.  Driver 
Moving  &  Storage  Co.,  Oakland,  Calif. 

IF.    R.    Doc.    45-5219:    Piled,   Mar.   »1,    1945; 
2:41  p.  m.l 


[Supp    Order  ODT  3    Rev    605) 
Dm.UTH.  Minn.,  and  Eatj  Claire.  Wis. 
coordinated   ope-'.ations   or    cei-tain 

CARRIERS 

Upon  con.'-idf-ration  of  a  plan  for  joint 
action  filed  with  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation  by  ii:ic  person'^  named  in 
Appendix  1  hereof  to  faciiilate  compli- 
ance with  the  requirement.'-  and  purposes 
of  General  Order  ODT  3.  Pevised.  as 
amended  <7  F.R.  5445.  6689.  ':694:  8  PR. 
4660.  14582;  9  F.R. 2793,  3264.  3357.  6778t . 
a  copy  of  which  plan  is  attached  hereto 
as  Appendix  2.'  and 

It  appearing  that  the  proposed  coordi- 
nation of  operation.'^  is  neccx-ary  m  order 
to  a.ssure  maximum  utilization  of  the 
facilities,  services,  and  equipm'  :it.  and  to 
conserve  and  rroMdently  uulzc  vual 
equipnienl.  niaterialb,  and  .-upphe=,  of 
the  carriers,  and  to  provide  •  for  the 
prompt  and  continuous  movement  of 
necessary  traffic,  the  R-.-ainnient  of 
which  purposes  is  cv^entiai  to  the  suc- 
cessful prosecution  of  the  v.i.i.  It  is 
hereby  ordered.  That : 

1.  The  plan  for  joint  action  above  le- 
ferred  to  is  hereby  approved  and  the 
carriers  are  directed  to  put  the  plan  in 
operation  forthwith,  subject  to  the  fol- 
lowing provisions,  which  shall  supersede 
any  provisions  of  such  plan  that  are  in 
conflict  therewith. 

2.  Each  of  the  carriers  lorthwuli 
shall  file  a  copy  of  this  order  with  the 
appropriate  regulatory  body  or  bodies 
having  jurisdiction  over  any  operations 
affected  by  this  order,  and  likewi.se  shall  . 
file,  and  publish  in  accordance  with  law, 
and  continue  in  eflect  until  further  order, 
tariffs  or  supplements  to  filed  tanfls." 
setting  forth  any  changes  in  rates, 
charges,  operations,  rules,  regulations. 
and  practices  of  the  carrier  winch  may 
be  necessary  to  accord  with  the  pro- 
visions of  this  order  and  of  such  plan; 
and  fTtrthwith  .shall  apply  to  such  regu- 
latory body  or  bodies  for  special  per- 
mission for  such  tariffs  or  supplements 
to  become  effective  on  the  shortest  notice 
lawfully  permissible,  but  not  prior  to  the 
effective  dat«  of  this  order. 

3.  Whenever  transportation  service  is 
performed  by  one  carrier  in  lieu  of  serv- 
ice by  another  carrier,  by  reason  of  a 
diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  similar 
act  made  or  performed  pursuant  to  the 
plan  for  joint  action  hereby  approved, 
the  rates,  charges,  rules,  and  regulations 
governing  such  service  shall  be  those 
that  would  have  applied  except  for  such 
diversion,   exchange,   pooling,    or   other 

act. 

4.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
not  be  so  construed  or  applied  as  to  re- 
quire any  carrier  subject  hereto  to  per- 
form any  service  beyond  its  transporta- 
tion capacity',  or  to  authorize  or  lequire 
any  act  or  omission  which  is  in  \iolat:on 
of  any  law  or  regulation,  or  to  permit  any 
carrier  to  alter  its  legal  liability  to  any 
shipper.  In  the  event  that  compliance 
with  any  term  ol  this  order,  or  effectua- 
tion of  any  provision  of  such  plan,  would 
conflict  with,  or  would  not  be  authorized 
under,  the  existing  interstate  or  intra- 
state operating  authority  of  any  carrier 
subject  hereto,  such  carrier  forthwith 
shall  apply  to  the  appropriate  regulatory 


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body  or  bodies  for  the  granting  of  such 
oj)erating  authority  as  may  be  requisite 
to  compliance  with  the  terms  of  this 
order,  and  shall  prosecute  such  applica- 
tion with  all  possible  diligence.  The  co- 
ordination of  operations  directed  by  this 
order  ^lall  be  subject  to  the  carriers' 
possessing  or  obtaining  the  requisite 
operating  authority. 

5.  All  records  of  the  carriers  pertain- 
ing to  any  transportation  performed  pur- 
suant to  this  order  and  to  the  provisions 
of  such  plan  shall  be  kept  available  for 
examination  and  in,^pection  at  all  reason- 
able times  by  accredited  representatives 
of  the  OfBce  of  E>efense  Transportation. 

6.  Withdrawal  of  a  carrier  from  par- 
ticipation in  the  plan  for  joint  action 
hereby  approved  shall  not  be  made  with- 
out prior  approval  of  the  Office  of  De- 
fense Transportation. 

7.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
be  binding  upon  any  successor  in  inter- 
est to  any  carrier  named  in  this  order. 
Upon  a  transfer  of  any  operation  In- 
volved in  this  order,  the  successor  in  in- 
terest and  the  other  carriers  named  In 
this  order  forthwith  shall  notify,  in  writ- 
ing, the  Office  of  Defense  Transportation 
of  the  transfer  and.  unless  and  until 
otherwise  ordered,  the  successor  In  In- 
terest shall  perform  the  functions  of  his 
predecessor  In  accordance  with  the  pro- 
visions of  this  order. 

8.  The  plan  for  joint  action  hereby  ap- 
proved and  all  contractual  arrangements 
made  by  the  carriers  to  effectuate  the 
plan  shall  not  continue  in  operation  be- 
yond the  effective  perioil  of  this  order. 

9.  Communications  concerning  this 
order  should  refer  to  it  by  the  supple- 
mentary order  numl)er  which  appears  In 
the  caption  hereof,  and,  unless  otherwise 
directed,  should  be  addressed  to  the 
Highway  Transport  Department,  Office 
of  Defense  Transportation,  Washington 
25.  D.  C. 

This  order  shall  become  effective  April 
6, 1945.  and  shall  remain  in  full  force  and 
effect  until  the  termination  of  the  pres- 
ent war  shall  have  been  duly  proclaimed, 
or  until  such  earlier  time  as  the  Office  of 
Defense  Transportation  by  further  order 
may  designate. 

Issued  at  Washington.  D.  C.  this  2d 
day  of  April  1945. 

QxjY  A.  Richardson. 

Director, 
Highioay  Transport  Department. 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation. 

Appendix  1 

Olendeiniing  Motorways,  Inc.  St.  Pnul, 
Mtnn. 

Howard  Moland,  Clarence  Moland,  Lothard 
Moland.  and  H  T.  Moland.  copartners,  doing 
business  as  Moland  Bros  Trucking  Company, 
Du'.uth,  Minn. 

IF     R     Doc.    455220;    Filed.    Mar.    31,    1945; 
2  40  ])    m  1 


[Supp.  Order  ODT  3,   Rev.  607] 

Thom.\sville  and  Mobile,  Ala. 

coordinated  operations  of  certain 
carriers 

Upon  consideration  of  a  plan  for  Joint 
action  filed  with  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation  by  the  persons  named  in 


Appendix  1  hereof  to  facilitate  compli- 
ance with  the  requirements  and  purposes 
of  General  Order  ODT  3,  Revised,  as 
amended  (7  P.R.  5445,  6689.  7694;  8  F.R. 
4660, 14582;  9  F.R. 2793.  3264.  3357,  6778) , 
a  copy  of  which  plan  is  attached  hereto 
as  Appendix  2,'  and 

It  appearing  that  the  proposed  coordi- 
nation of  operations  Is  necessary  in 
order  to  assure  maximum  utilization  of 
the  facilities,  services,  and  equipment, 
and  to  conserve  and  providently  utilize 
vital  equipment,  materials,  and  supplies, 
of  the  carriers,  and  to  provide  for  the 
prompt  and  continuous  movement  of 
ncce.ssary  traffic,  the  attainment  of 
which  purposes  is  essential  to  the  suc- 
cessful prosecution  of  the  war.  It  is 
hereby  ordered,  That: 

1.  The  plan  for  joint  action  above  re- 
ferred to  is  hereby  approved  and  the 
carriers  are  directed  to  put  the  plan  in 
operation  forthwith,  subject  to  the  fol- 
lowing provisions,  which  shall  supersede 
any  provisions  of  such  plan  that  are  in 
conflict  therewith. 

2.  Each  of  the  carriers  forthwith  shall 
file  a  copy  of  this  order  with  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  having 
Jurisdiction  over  any  operations  affected 
by  this  order,  and  likewise  shall  file,  and 
publish  in  accordance  w^ith  law.  and  con- 
tinue in  effect  until  further  order,  tariffs 
or  supplements  to  filed  tariffs,  setting 
forth  any  changes  In  rates,  charges,  op- 
erations, rules,  regulations,  and  prac- 
tices of  the  carrier  which  may  be  neces- 
sary to  accord  with  the  provisions  of  this 

order  and  of  such  plan;  and  forthwith 
shall  apply  to  such  regulatory  body  or 

bodies  for  special  permission  for  such 

tariffs  or  supplements  to  become  effective 
on  the  shortest  notice  lawfully  permis- 
sible, but  not  prior  to  the  effective  date 
of  this  order. 

3.  Whenever  transportation  service  Is 
performed  by  one  carrier  In  Ueu  of  serv- 
ice by  another  carrier,  by  reason  of  a 
diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  similar 
act  made  or  performed  pursuant  to  the 
plan  for  Joint  action  hereby  approved, 
the  rates,  charges,  rules,  and  regulations 
governing  such  service  shall  be  tho.se 
that  would  have  applied  except  for  such 
diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  other  act. 

4.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall  not 
be  so  construed  or  applied  as  to  require 
any  carrier  subject  hereto  to  perform 
any  service  beyond  its  transportation 
capacity,  or  to  authorize  or  require  any 
act  or  omission  which  is  In  violation  of 
any  law  or  regulation,  or  to  permit  any 
carrier  to  alter  Its  legal  liability  to  any 
shipper.  In  the  event  that  compliance 
with  any  term  of  this  order,  or  effectua- 
tion of  any  provision  of  such  plan,  would 
conflict  with,  or  would  not  be  author- 
ized under,  the  existing  interstate  or 
intrastate  operating  authority  of  any 
carrier  subject  hereto,  such  carrier 
forthwith  shall  apply  to  the  appropriate 
regulatory  body  or  bodies  for  the  grant- 
ing of  such  operating  authority  as  may 
be  requisite  to  compliance  with  the  terms 
of  this  order,  and  shall  prosecute  such 
application  with  all  possible  diligence. 
The  coordination  of  operations  directed 
by  this  order  shall  be  subject  to  the  car- 


riers' possessing  or  obtaining  the  requi- 
site operating  authority. 

5.  Allffecorda  of  the  carriers  pertaining 
to  any  transportation  performed  pur- 
suant to  this  order  and  to  the  provisions 
of  such  plan  shall  be  kept  available  for 
examination  and  Inspection  at  all  rea- 
sonable times  by  accredited  representa- 
tives of  the  Office  of  Defense  Transpor- 
tation. 

6.  Withdrawal  of  a  carrier  from  par- 
ticipation in  the  plan  for  Joint  action 
hereby  approved  shall  not  tie  made  with. 
out  prior  approval  of  the  Office  of  De- 
fense Transportation. 

7.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
be  binding  upon  any  successor  in  inter- 
est to  any  carrier  named  In  this  order. 
Upon  a  transfer  of  any  operation  in- 
volved In  this  order,  the  successor  In  In- 
terest and  the  other  carriers  named  in 
this  order  forthwith  shall  notify,  in 
writing,  the  Office  of  Defense  Transpor- 
tation of  the  transfer  and.  unless  and 
until  otherwise  orderetf,  the  successor  in 
interest  shall  perform  the  functloiis  of 
his  predecessor  In  accordance  with  the 
provisions  of  this  order. 

8.  The  plan  for  Joint  action  hereby 
approved  and  all  contractual  arrange- 
ments made  by  the  carriers  to  effectuate 
the  plan  shall  not  continue  in  operation 
beyond  the  effective  period  of  this  order. 

9.  Communications  concerning  this 
order  should  refer  to  It  by  the  supple- 
mentary order  number  which  appears  in 
the  caption  hereof,  and.  unless  other- 
wise directed,  should  be  addressed  to  the 

Highway  Transport  Department,  OfDce 
of  Defense  Transportation,  Washington 

25.  D.  C. 

This  order  shall  become  effective  April 
6,  1945,  and  shall  remain  in  full  force 
and  effect  until  the  termination  of  the 
present  war  shall  have  been  duly  pro- 
claimed, or  until  such  earlier  time  as  the 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation  by  fur- 
ther order  may  designate. 

Issued  at  Washington.  D.  C.  this  2d 
day  of  April  1945. 

Gtry  A.  Richardson, 

Director. 
Highway  Transport  Department. 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation. 

Apfendhc  1 

Roy  Bed  well,  doing  business  as  Bed  well 
Truck  Line,  Jackson.  Aia. 

W  L.  Oarrlck.  doing  business  as  Service 
Freight  Lines.  ThomasvlUe.  Ala. 

[F.   R.    Doc.    45-5221;    Filed,    Mar.    31,    1945; 
2:41  p.  m  I 


>  Piled  as  part  of  the  original  document. 


(Supp.  Order  ODT  3,  Rev.  609) 

Reading  and  Lebanon,  Pa. 

coordin.^ted  operations  of  certain 
carriers 

Upon  consideration  of  a  plan  for  Joint 
action  filed  with  the  Office  of  Defen.se 
Transportation  by  the  persons  named  in 
Appendix  1  hereof  to  facilitate  compli- 
ance with  the  requirements  and  purposes 
of  General  Order  ODT  3,  Revised,  as 
amended  (7  F.R.  5445,  6689,  7694;  8  F.R. 
4660,  14582;  9  F.R.  2793.  3264,  3357.  6778 » . 
a  copy  of  which  plan  Is  attached  hereto 
as  Appendix  2.'  and 


It  appearing  that  the  proposed  coordi- 
nation of  operations  is  necessary  in  order 
to  assure  maximum  utilization  of  the 
I  acuities,  services,  and  equipment,  and  to 
(onscrve  and  providently  utilize  vital 
rquipment,  materials,  and  supplies,  of  the 
.  arriers.  and  to  provide  for  the  prompt 
and  continuous  movement  of  necessary 
tiafflc.  the  attainment  of  which  pur- 
poses is  essential  to  the  successful  prose- 
cution of  the  war.  It  is  hereby  ordered. 

That: 

1.  The  plan  for  joint  action  above  re- 
ferred to  Is  hereby  approved  and  the  ear- 
ners are  directed  to  put  the  plan  in  op- 
oratlon  forthwith,  subject  to  the  follow- 
ing provisions,  which  shall  supersede  any 
provisions  of  such  plan  that  are  in  con- 
flict therewith. 

2.  Each  of  the  carriers  forthwith  shall 
iile  a  copy  of  this  order  with  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  having 
jurisdiction  over  any  operations  affected 
by  this  order,  and  likewise  shall  file, 
and  publish  In  accordance  with  law,  and 
continue  in  effect  until  further  order, 
tariffs  or  supplements  to  filed  tariffs, 
setting  forth  any  changes  in  rates, 
charges,  operations,  rules,  regulations, 
and  practices  of  the  carrier  which  may 
be  necessary  to  accord  with  the  pro- 
visions of  this  order  and  of  such  plan; 
and  forthwith  shall  apply  to  such  reg- 
ulatory body  or  bodies  for  special  per- 
mission for  such  tariffs  or  supplements 
to  become  effective  on  the  shortest 
notice  lawfully  permissible,  but  not  prior 

to  the  effective  date  of  this  order. 

3.  Whenever  transportation  service  is 
performed  by  one  carrier  in  lieu  of  serv- 
ice by  another  carrier,  by  reason  of  a 
diversion,  exchange,  i)ooling,  or  similar 
act  made  or  performed  pursuant  to  the 
plan  for  Joint  action  hereby  approved, 
the  rates,  charges,  rules,  and  regulations 
i-oveming  such  service  shall  be  those  that 
would  have  applied  except  for  such  di- 
version, exchange,  pooling,  or  other  act. 

4.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
not  be  so  construed  or  applied  as  to  re- 
quire any  carrier  subject  hereto  to  per- 
form any  service  beyond  its  transporta- 
tion capacity,  or  to  authorize  or  require 
any  act  or  omission  which  is  in  violation 
of  any  law  or  regulation,  or  to  permit 
any  carrier  to  alter  Its  legal  liability  to 
any  shipper.  In  the  event  that  com- 
pliance with  any  term  of  this  order,  or 
effectuation  of  any  provision  of  such 
plan,  would  conflict  with,  or  would  not 
be  authorized  under,  the  existing  inter- 
.•^tate  or  Intrastate  operating  authority 
of  any  carrier  subject  hereto,  such  car- 
rier forthwith  shall  apply  to  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  for  the 
pranting  of  such  operating  authority  as 
may  be  requisite  to  compliance  with  the 
terms  of  this  order,  and  shall  prosecute 
such  application  with  all  possible  dili- 
gence. The  coordination  of  operations 
directed  by  this  order  shall  be  subject  to 
the  carriers'  possessing  or  obtaining  the 
icquisite  operating  authority. 

5.  All  records  of  the  carriers  pertain- 
InR  to  any  transportation  performed 
pursuant  to  this  order  and  to  the  provi- 
sions of  ^ch  plan  shall  be  kept  avail- 
able for  examination  and  inspection  at 
all  reasonable  time  ■:  by  accredited  rcpre- 
cnt?.livc-3  of  tlK'  Office  of  Defense  Trans- 
portation. 


6.  Withdrawal  of  a  carrier  from  par- 
ticipation in  the  plan  for  joint  action 
hereby  approved  shall  not  be  made  with- 
out prior  approval  of  the  Office  of  De- 
fense Transportation. 

7.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall  be 
binding  upon  any  successor  in  interest 
to  any  carrier  named  In  this  order.  Upon 
a  transfer  of  any  operation  involved  in 
this  order,  the  successor  in  interest  and 
the  other  carriers  named  In  this  order 
forthwith  shall  notify,  in  writing,  the  Of- 
fice of  Defense  Transportation  of  the 
transfer  and,  unless  and  until  otherwise 
ordered,  the  successor  in  interest  shall 
perform  the  functions  of  his  predeces- 
sor in  accordance  with  the  provisions  of 
this  order. 

8.  The  plan  for  joint  action  hereby  ap- 
proved and  all  contractual  arrangements 
made  by  the  carriers  to  effectuate  the 
plan  shall  not  continue  in  operation  be- 
yond the  effective  period  of  this  order. 

9.  Communications  concerning  this 
order  should  refer  to  it  by  the  supple- 
mentary order  number  which  appears  In 
the  caption  hereof,  and,  unless  otherwise 
directed,  should  be  addressed  to  the 
Highway  Transport  Department,  Office 
of  Defense  Transportation,  Washington 
25,  D.  C. 

This  order  shall  become  effective  April 
6,  1945.  and  shall  remain  in  full  force 
and  effect  until  the  termination  of  the 
present  war  shall  have  been  duly  pro- 
claimed, or  until  such  earlier  time  as  the 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation  by  fur- 
ther order  may  designate. 

Issued  at  Washington,  D.  C.  this  2d 

day  of  April  1945. 

GxTY  A.  Richardson. 

Director. 
Highway  Transport  Department, 
Office  of  Defense  Trarisportatio^u 

Appendix  1 

Lancaster    Transportation    Co.,    Lancaster, 

Pa. 

Hnrtman's    Lebanon    Transportation    Co., 

Steelton.  Pa. 

New    Pennsylvania    Motor    Express.    Ina, 

Lebanon ,  Pa. 

[F.    R.    Doc.    46-5222;    Filed.    Mar.    31,    1945; 
2:42  p.  m.J 


[Supp    Order  ODT  3,  Rev    610] 
Mississippi 

coordinated  OPERATIONS  OF 
CERTAIN  CARRKRS 

Upon  consideration  of  a  plan  for  joint 
action  filed  with  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation  by  the  persons  named  in 
Appendix  1  hereof  to  facilitate  compli- 
ance with  the  requirements  and  purposes 
of  General  Order  ODT  3,  Revised,  as 
amended  (7  F.R.  5445,  6689.  7694;  8  FM. 
4660,  14582;  9  FM.  2793,  3264,  3357.  6778) . 
a  copy  of  which  plan  Is  attached  hereto 
as  Appendix  2,'  and 

It  appearing  that  the  proposed  coor- 
dination of  operations  is  necessary  in 
order  to  assure  maximum  utilization  of 
the  facilities,  services,  and  equipment, 
and  to  conserve  and  providently  utilize 
vital  equipment,  materials,  and  supplies, 


'Filed  Rs  part  cf  the  original  documrnt. 


of  the  carriers,  and  to  provide  for  the 
prompt  and  continuous  movement  of 
necessary  traffic,  the  attainment  of  whicli 
purposes  is  essential  to  the  successful 
prosecution  of  the  war;  It  is  hereby  or- 
dered, That : 

1.  The  plan  for  joint  action  above  re- 
ferred to  is  hereby  approved  and  the 
carriers  are  directed  to  put  the  plan  in 
operation  forthwith,  subject  to  the  fol- 
lowing provisions,  which  ."^liall  super- 
sede any  provisions  of  such  plan  that  arc 
in  conflict  therewith. 

2.  Each  of  the  carriers  forthwith  .shall 
file  a  copy  of  this  order  with  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodie.'?  having 
jurisdiction  over  any  operations  affected 
by  this  order,  and  likewise  shall  file,  and 
publish  In  accordance  with  law,  and  con- 
tinue in  effect  until  further  order,  tanfl.s 
or  supplements  to  filed  tariffs,  setting 
forth  any  changes  in  rates,  charges,  op- 
erations, rules,  regulations,  and  prac- 
tices of  the  carrier  which  may  be  nec- 
essary to  accord  with  the  provisions  of 
this  order  and  of  such  plan;  and  forth- 
with shall  apply  to  such  regulatory  body 
or  bodies  for  special  permission  for  such 
tariffs  or  supplements  to  become  effective 
on  the  shortest  notice  lawfully  permissi- 
ble, but  not  prior  to  the  effective  date  of 
this  order. 

3.  Whenever  transportation  service  is 
performed  by  one  carrier  in  lieu  of  serv- 
ice by  another  carrier,  by  reason  of  a 
diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  similar 
act  made  or  performed  pursuant  to  the 
plan  for  Joint  action  hereby  approved, 
the  rates,  charges,  rule.«.  and  regulations 
governing  such  service  shall  be  those  that 
would  have  applied  except  for  .such  di- 
version, exchange,  pooling,  or  other  act. 

4.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
not  be  so  construed  or  applied  as  to  re- 
quire any  carrier  subject  hereto* to  per- 
form any  service  beyond  its  transporta- 
tion capacity,  or  to  autliorize  or  require 
any  act  or  omi-ssion  which  is  in  violation 
of  any  law  or  regulation,  or  to  permit 
any  carrier  to  alter  its  legal  liability  lo 
any  shipper.  In  the  event  that  comph- 
ance  with  any  term  of  this  order,  or  ef- 
fectuation of  any  provision  of  such  plan. 
would  conflict  with,  or  would  not  be  au- 
thorized under,  the  existing  interstate  or 
intrastate  operating  authority  of  any  car- 
rier subject  hereto,  such  carrier  forth- 
with shall  apply  to  the  appropriate  regu- 
latory body  or  bodies  for  the  granting  of 
such  operating  authority  as  may  be  req- 
uisite to  compliance  with  the  terms  of 
this  order,  and  shall  prosecute  .'^uch  ap- 
pUcation-with  all  possible  dihgence.  The 
coordination  of  operations  directed  by 
this  order  shall  be  subject  to  the  carriers' 
possessing  or  obtaining  tlie  requisite 
operating  authority. 

5.  All  records  of  the  carriers  pertaining 
to  any  transportation  performed  pursu- 
ant to  this  order  and  to  the  provisions  cf 
such  plan  shall  be  kept  available  for  ex- 
amination and  inspection  at  all  reason- 
able times  by  accredited  lepresentativL-s 
of  the  Office  of  Defense  Tran.-portation. 

6.  Withdrawal  of  a  carrier  from  par- 
ticipation in  the  plan  for  joint  action 
hereby  approved  .shall  not  be  made  with- 
out prior  approval  cf  the  OiT.ce  of  De- 
fense Tran.sportaiion. 

7.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall  be 
b'ndinc:  upon  any  jucces^cr  in  interest^ 


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to  any  carrier  named  in  this  order.  Upon 
a  transfer  of  any  operation  Involved  in 
this  order,  the  successor  In  interest  and 
the  other  carriers  named  in  this  order 
forthwith  shall  notify,  in  writing,  the 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation  of  the 
transfer  and.  unless  and  until  otherwise 
ordered,  the  successor  in  interest  shall 
perform  the  functions  of  his  predecessor 
in  accordance  with  the  provisions  of  this 

order. 

8.  The  plan  for  Joint  action  hereby  ap- 
proved and  all  contractual  arrangements 
made  by  the  carriers  to  effectuate  the 
plan  shall  not  continue  in  operation  be- 
yond the  effective  period  of  this  order. 

g  Communications  concerning  this 
order  should  refer  to  it  by  the  supple- 
mentary order  number  which  appears  m 
the  caption  hereof,  and.  unless  other- 
wise directed,  should  be  addressed  to  the 
Highway  Transport  Department.  Office 
of  Defense  Transportation.  Washington 
25.  D.  C. 

This  order  shall  become  effective 
April  6.  1945.  and  shall  remain  in  full 
force  and  effect  until  the  termination  of 
the  present  war  shall  have  been  duly 
proclaimed,  or  until  such  earlier  time  as 
the  Office  of  Defense  Transportation  by 
further  order  may  designate. 

Issued  at  Washington,  D.  C  this  2d 
day  of  April  1945. 

OUY  A.  Richardson. 

Director. 
Hi(jhicay  Transport  Department. 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation. 

APPSNorx   1 

rar-Oo  Truck  Lines.     Memphis.  Teun. 
me    Iiuei-Olty    Trucking    Co.,    Memphis. 
Ten  II 

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ISupp    Order  ODT  3,  Rev,  611) 
Louisville,  Ky.,  and  Indunapolis,  Ind. 

COORDINATED   OPERATIONS  OF  CERTAIN 
CARRIERS 

Upon  consideration  of  a  plan  for  Joint 
action  filed  with  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation  by  the  persons  named  in 
Appendix  1  hereof  to  facilitate  com- 
pliance with  the  requirements  and  pur- 
poses of  General  Order  ODT  3.  Revised, 
as  amended  (7  F,R.  5445.  6688.  7694;  8 
PR,  4660.  14582;  9  FJl.  2793.  3264.  3357. 
6778  > .  a  copy  of  which  plan  is  attached 
hereto  as  Appendix  2.'  and 

It  appearing  that  the  proposed  coor- 
dination of  operations  is  necessary  in 
order  to  a.ssure  maximum  utilization  of 
the  facilities,  services,  and  equipment, 
and  to  con.serve  and  providently  utilize 
vital  equipment,  materials,  and  supplies, 
of  the  carriers,  and  to  provide  for  the 
prompt  and  continuous  movement  of 
nt^ce-isarv  traffic,  the  attainment  of 
which  purpo.ses  is  essential  to  the  suc- 
cessful pro-secution  oi  the  war,  It  is 
hereby  ordered.  That: 

1.  The  plan  for  Joint  action  above  re- 
ferred to  i.s  hereby  approved  and  the  car- 
riers are  directed  to  put  the  plan  in  op- 
eration forthwith,  subject  to  the  foUow- 


» Filed  as  pari  of  the  original  document. 


ln«  provisions,  which  shall  supersede  any 
provisions  of  such  plan  that  are  in  con- 
flict therewith. 

2.  Each  of  the  carriers  forthwith  shall 
file  a  copy  of  this  order  with  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  having 
Jurisdiction  over  any  operations  affected 
by  this  order,  and  likewise  shall  file,  and 
publish  in  accordance  with  law.  and  con- 
tinue in  effect  until  further  order,  tariffs 
or  supplements  to  filed  tariffs,  setting 
forth  any  changes  in  rates,  charges,  op- 
erations, rules,  regulations,  and  practices 
of  the  carrier  which  may  be  necessary  to 
accord  with  the  provisions  of  this  order 
and  of  such  plan:  and  forthwith  shall 
apply  to  such  regulatory  body  or  bodies 
for  special  permission  for  such  tariffs  or 
supplements  to  become  effective  on  the 
shortest  notice  lawfully  permissible,  but 
not  prior  to  the  effective  date  of  this 
order. 

3.  Whenever  transportation  service  is 
performed  by  one  carrier  in  lieu  of  serv- 
ice by  another  carrier,  by  reason  of  a 
diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  similar 
act  made  or  performed  pursuant  to  the 
plan  for  joint  action  hereby  approved, 
the  rates,  charges,  rules,  and  regulations 
governing  such  service  shall  be  those  that 
would  have  applied  except  for  such  di- 
version, exchange,  pooling,  or  other  act. 

4.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
not  be  so  construed  or  applied  as  to  re- 
quire any  carrier  subject  hereto  to  per- 
form any  service  beyond  its  transporta- 
tion capacity,  or  to  authorize  or  require 
any  act  or  omission  which  is  In  violation 
of  any  law  or  regulation,  or  to  permit  any 
carrier  to  alter  its  legal  liability  to  any 
shipper.     In  the  event  that  compliance 
with  any  term  of  this  order,  or  effectu- 
ation of  any  provision  of  such  plan,  would 
conflict  with,  or  would  not  be  authorized 
under,  the  existing  Interstate  or  intra- 
state operating  authority  of  any  carrier 
subject   hereto,   such   carrier   forthwith 
shall  apply  to  the  appropriate  regulatory 
body  or  bodies  for  the  granting  of  such 
operating  authority  as  may  be  requisite 
to   compliance  with   the   terms   of   this 
order,  and  shall  prosecute  such  applica- 
tion with  all  possible  diligence.    The  co- 
ordination of  operations  directed  by  this 
order  shall  be  subject  to  the  carriers' 
possessing  or  obtaining  the  requisite  op- 
erating authority. 

5.  All  records  of  the  carriers  pertain- 
ing to  any  transportation  performed  pur- 
suant to  this  order  and  to  the  provisions 
of  such  plan  shall  be  kept  available  for 
examination  and  Inspection  at  all 
reasonable  times  by  accredited  represent- 
atives of  the  Office  of  Defense  Transpor- 
tation. 

6.  Withdrawal  of  a  carrier  from  par- 
ticipation in  the  plan  for  joint  action 
hereby  approved  shall  not  Ije  made  with- 
out prior  approval  of  the  Office  of  De- 
fense Transportation. 

7.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall  be 
binding  upon  any  successor  in  interest 
to  any  carrier  named  in  this  order. 
Upon  a  transfer  of  any  operation  in- 
volved in  this  order,  the  successor  in 
interest  and  the  other  carriers  named 
In  this  order  forthwith  shall  notify,  in 
writing,  the  Office  of  Defense  Transpor- 
tation of  the  transfer  and,  unless  and 
until  otherwise  ordered,  the  successor  in 
interest  shall  perform  the  functions  of 


his  predecessor  in  accordance  with  the 
provisions  of  this  order. 

8.  The  plan  for  Joint  action  hereby  ap- 
proved and  all  contractual  arrangements 
made  by  the  carriers  to  effectuate  the 
plan  shall  not  continue  In  operation  be- 
yond the  effective  period  of  this  order. 

9.  Communications  concerning  this  or- 
der should  refer  to  It  by  the  supplemen- 
tary order  number  which  appears  in  the 
caption  hereof,  and.  unless  otherwise 
directed,  should  be  addressed  to  the 
Highway  Transport  Department.  Office 
of  Defense  Transportation.  Washington 
25.  D.  C. 

This  order  shall  become  effective 
April  6,  1945.  and  shall  remain  In  full 
force  and  effect  until  the  termination  of 
the  present  war  shall  have  been  duly 
proclaimed,  or  until  such  earlier  time  a.s 
the  Office  of  Defense  Transportation  by 
further  order  may  designate. 

Issued  at  Washington.  D.  C.  this  2d 
day  of  April  1945. 

Qm  A.  Richardson. 

Director. 
Highway  Transport  Department, 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation. 

ArrXMOix  1 

Rlu  tc  Company.  Inc..  Kansas  City,  Mo. 
Hargla  Truck  Llnea.  Inc  .  Tell  City.  Ind. 


[F,    R,    Doc     45-5224;    Piled.    Mar,    31. 
2:40  p.  m.) 


1045, 


ISupp    Order  ODT  3,  Rev    612) 
North  Carouna 

COORDINATED  0PBIAT10N8  OF  CERTAIN 
CARRIERS 

Upon  consideration  of  a  plan  for  Joint 
action  filed  with  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation  by  the  persons  named  In 
Appendix  1  hereof  to  facilitate  compli- 
ance with  the  requirements  and  purposes 
of  General  Order  ODT  3,  Revised,  as 
amended  (7  F.R.  5445.  6689.  7694;  8  PR. 
4660. 14582; 9  PJl.  2793.  3264. 3357,  6778). 
a  copy  of  which  plan  is  attached  hereto 
as  Appendix  2.'  and 

It  appearing  that  the  proposed  coordi- 
nation of  operations  is  necessary  in  or- 
der to  assure  maximum  utilization  of  the 
facilities,  services,  and  equipment,  and 
to  conserve  and  providently  utilize  vital 
equipment,  materials,  and  supplies,  of 
the  carriers,  and  to  provide  for  the 
prompt  and  continuous  movement  of 
necessary  traffic,  the  attainment  of 
which  purposes  Is  essential  to  the  suc- 
cessful prosecution  of  the  war.  It  is 
hereby  ordered.  That: 

1.  The  plan  for  Joint  action  above  re- 
ferred to  is  hereby  approved  and  the  car- 
riers are  directed  to  put  the  plan  In  op- 
eration forthwith,  subject  to  the  follow- 
ing provisions,  which  shall  supersede  any 
provisions  of  such  plan  that  are  In  con- 
flict therewith, 

2.  Each  of  the  carriers  forthwith  shall 
file  a  copy  of  this  order  with  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  having 
jurisdiction  over  any  operations  affected 
by  this  order,  and  likewise  shall  file,  and 
publish  in  accordance  with  law.  and  con- 
tinue In  effect  until  further  order,  tariffs 


or  supplements  to  filed  tariffs.  setUng 
forth  any  changes  in  rates,  charges,  op- 
erations, rules,  regulations,  and  prac- 
tices of  the  carrier  which  may  be  neces- 
sary to  accord  with  the  provisions  of  this 
order  and  of  such  plan;  and  forthwith 
,shall  apply  to  such  regulatory  body  or 
bodies  for  special  permission  for  such 
tariffs  or  supplements  to  become  effec- 
tive on  the  shortest  notice  lawfully  per- 
missible, but  not  prior  to  the  effective 
date  of  this  order. 

3.  Whenever  transportation  service  is 
performed  by  one  carrier  In  lieu  of  serv- 
ice by  another  carrier,  by  reason  of  a 
diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  similar 
act  made  or  performed  pursuant  to  the 
plan  for  Joint  action  hereby  approved. 
the  rates,  charges,  rules  and  regulations 
governing  such  service  shall  be  those  that 
would  have  applied  except  for  such  di- 
verslon<  exchange,  pooling,  or  other  act. 

4.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
not  be  so  construed  or  applied  as  to  re- 
quire any  carrier  subject  hereto  to  per- 
form any  service  l>eyond  its  transporta- 
tion capacity,  or  to  authorize  or  require 
any  act  or  omission  which  is  in  violation 
of  any  law  or  regulation,  or  to  permit 
any  carrier  to  alter  its  legal  Uability  to 
any  shipper.    In  the  event  that  compli- 
ance with  any  term  of  this  order,  or 
effectuation  of   any  provision  of  such 
plan,  would  conflict  with,  or  would  hot 
be  authorized  under,  the  existing  inter- 
state or  Intrastate  operating  authority  of 
any  carrier  subject  hereto,  such  carrier 
forthwith  shall  apply  to  the  appropriate 
regulatory  body  or  bodies  for  the  grant- 
ing of  such  operating  authority  as  may 
be  requisite  to  compliance  with  the  terms 
of  this  order,  and  shall  prosecute  such 
application  with  all  possible  diligence. 
The  coordination  of  operations  directed 
by  this  order  shall  be  subject  to  the  car- 
riers' possessing  or  obtaining  the  requi- 
site operating  authority. 

5.  All  records  of  the  carriers  pertain- 
ing to  any  transportation  performed 
pursuant  to  this  order  and  to  the  pro- 
visions of  such  plan  shall  be  kept  avail- 
able for  examination  and  inspection  at 
all  reasonable  times  by  accredited  repre- 
sentatives of  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation. 

6.  Withdrawal  of  a  carrier  from  par- 
ticipation in  the  plan  for  joint  action 
hereby  approved  shall  not  be  made  with- 
out prior  approval  of  the  Office  of  De- 
fense Transportation. 

7.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
be  binding  upon  any  successor  In  interest 
to  any  carrier  named  in  this  order. 
Upon  a  transfer  of  any  operation  in- 
volved in  this  order,  the  successor  in 
interest  and  the  other  carriers  named 
in  this  order  forthwith  shall  notify,  in 
writing,  the  Office  of  Defense  Transpor- 
tation of  the  transfer  and.  unless  and 
until  otherwise  ordered,  the  successor  in 
Interest  shall  perform  the  functions  pf 
his  predecessor  in  accordance  with  the 
provisions  of  this  order. 

8.  The  plan  for  Joint  action  hereby  ap- 
proved end  all  contractual  arrangements 
made  by  the  carriers  to  effectuate  the 
plan  shall  not  continue  in  operation  be- 
yond the  effective  period  of  this  order. 

9.  Communications  concerning  this 
order  should  refer  to  it  by  the  supple- 
me;uarv  order  number  which  appears  in 


the  caption  hereof,  and,  unless  other- 
wise directed,  should  be  addressed  to  the 
Highway  Transport  Department.  Office 
of  Defense  Transportation.  Washington 
25.  D.  C. 

This  order  shall  become  effective 
April  6,  1945,  and  shaU  remain  in  full 
force  and  effect  until  the  termination  of 
the  present  war  shall  have  been  duly 
proclaimed,  or  until  such  earlier  time  as 
the  Office  of  Defence  Transportation  by 
further  order  may  designate. 

Issued  at  Washington.  D.  C.  this  2d 
day  of  April  1945. 

Guy  a.  Richardson. 
Director, 
Highway  Transport  Department. 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation. 
Appendix  1 

W,  P,  Parrar.  Wllnilngton,  N.  C. 

Harry  Gardner,  doing  buslneaa  as  Murray 
TransJer  Company.  WUmlngton.  N.  C. 

R.  E.  Batson.  doing  bvulnesa  as  Batson 
Tranaler  Company,  Wilmiogton.  N,  C. 

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[Supp.  Order  ODT  3,  Rev    613] 

South  Carolina 

coordinated  operatioks  of  certain 
carriers 

Upon  consideration  of  a  plan  for  Joint 
action  filed  with  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation  by  the  jiersons  named  in 
Appendix  1  hereof  to  facilitate  compli- 
ance with  the  requirements  and  purposes 
of  General  Order  ODT  3,  Revised,  as 
amended  (7  FM.  5445.  6689.  7694;  8  F.R. 
4660,  14582;  9  P.R.  2793,  3264,  3357,  6778). 
a  copy  of  which  plan  is  attached  hereto 
as  Appendix  2,'  and 

It  appearing  that  the  proposed  coor- 
dination of  operations  is  necessary  in 
order  to  assure  maximum  utilization  of 
the  facilities,  services,  and  equipment, 
and  to  conserve  and  providently  utilize 
vital  equipment,  materials,  and  supplies, 
of  the  carriers,  and  to  provide  for  the 
prompt  and  continuous  movement  of 
necessary  traffic,  the  attainment  of 
which  purposes  is  essential  to  the  suc- 
cessful prosecution  of  the  war,  It  is  here- 
by ordered,  That: 

1.  The  plan  for  Joint  action  above  re- 
ferred to  is  hereby  approved  and  the 
carriers  are  directed  to  put  the  plan  in 
operation  forthwith,  subject  to  the  fol- 
lowing provisions,  which  shall  supersede 
any  provisions  of  such  plan  that  are  in 
conflict  therewith. 

2  Each  of  the  carriers  forthwith  shall 
file  a  copy  of  this  order  with  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  hav- 
ing Jurisdiction  over  any  operations  af- 
fected by  this  ?rder,  and  likewise  shall 
file  and  publish  in  accordance  with  law. 
and  continue  In  effect  until  further  order, 
tariffs  or  supplements  to  filed  tariffs,  set- 
ting forth  any  changes  in  rates,  charges, 
operations,  rules,  regulations,  and  prac- 
tices of  the  carrier  which  may  be  neces- 
sary to  accord  with  the  provisions  of 
this  order  and  of  such  plan;  and  forth- 
with shaU  apply  to  such  regulatory  body 


'  Filed  88  part  oi  the  original  document. 


or  bodies  for  special  permission  for  such 
tariffs  or  supplements  to  become  effec- 
tive on  the  shortest  notice  lawfully  per- 
missible, but  not  prior  to  the  effective 
date  of  this  order. 

3.  Whenever  transportation  service  is 
performed  by  one  carrier  In  heu  of  serv- 
ice by  another  carrier,  by  reason  of  a 
diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  similar 
act  made  or  performed  pursuant  to  the 
plan  for  joint  action  hereby  approved, 
the  rates,  charges,  rules,  and  regulations 
governing  such  service  shall  be  those  that 
wouid  have  applied  except  for  such  di- 
version, exchange,  pooling,  or  other  act. 

4.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
not  be  so  construed  or  applied  as  to  re- 
quire any  carrier  subject  hereto  to  per- 
form any  service  beyond  its  transporta- 
tion capacity,  or  to  authorize  or  require 
any  act  or  omission  which  is  in  viola- 
tion of  any  law  or  regulation,  or  to  per- 
mit any  carrier  to  alter  its  legal  liability 
to  any  shipper.    In  the  event  that  com- 
pliance with  any  term  of  this  order,  or 
effectuation  of  any  provision    of  such 
plan,  would  conflict  with,  or  would  not 
be  authorized  under,  the  existing  inter- 
state or  intrastate  operating  authority 
of  any  carrier  subject  hereto,  such  car- 
rier forthwith  shall  apply  to  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  for  the 
grai\);ing  of  such  operating  authority  as 
may  be  requisite  to  compliance  with  the 
terms  of  this  order,  and  shall  prosecute 
such  application  with  all  possible  dili- 
gence.   The  coordination  of  operations 
directed  by  this  order  shall  be  subject  to 
the  carriers'  possessing  or  obtaining  the 
requisite  operating  authority. 

5.  All  records  of  the  carriers  pertain- 
ing to  any  transportation  performed 
pursuant  to  this  order  and  to  the  provi- 
sions of  such  plan  shall  be  kept  avail- 
able for  examination  and  inspection  at 
all  reasonable  times  by  accredited  rep- 
resentatives of  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation. 

6.  Withdrawal  of  a  carrier  from  par- 
ticipation in  the  plan  for  joint  action 
hereby  approved  shall  not  be  made 
without  prior  approval  of  the  Office  of 
Defense  Transportation. 

7.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
be  binding  upon  any  successor  in  inter- 
est to  any  carrier  named  In  this  order. 
Upon  a  transfer  of  any  operation  in- 
volved in  this  order,  the  succes^-or  in  in- 
terest and  the  other  carriers  named  in 
this  order  forthwith  shall  notify,  in 
writing,  the  Office  of  Defense  Transpor- 
tation of  the  transfer  and.  unle.^s  and 
until  otherwise  ordered,  the  successor  in 
interest  shall  pcrferm  the  functions  of 
his  predecessor  in  accordance  with  tlic 
provisions  of  this  order. 

8.  The  plan  for  joint  .'iction  hereby  ap- 
proved and  all  contractual  arrangements 
made  by  the  carriers  to  effectuate  the 
plan  shall  not  continue  in  operation  be- 
yond the  effective  period  of  this  order. 

9.  Communications  concerning  this 
order  should  refer  to  it  by  the  supple- 
mentary order  number  which  appears  In 
the  caption  hereof,  and,  unless  other- 
wise directed,  should  be  addressed  to  the 
Highway  Transport  Department.  Office 
of  Defense  Transportation,  Washington 
25,  D,  C. 


No.66- 


-10 


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FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


2oSl 


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FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


This  order  shall  become  effective 
April  6.  1945.  and  shall  remain  in  fuir 
forc^  and  effect  until  the  termination  of 
the  present  war  shall  have  been  duly 
proclaimed,  or  until  such  earlier  time  aa 
the  Office  of  Defense  Transportation  by 
further  order  may  designate. 

Issued  at  Washington,  D.  C.  this  2d 
day  of  April  1945. 

GixY  A.  Richardson, 

Director, 
Iliohna'/  T'^ansport  Department, 
Otrice  of  Defense  Transportation. 

Appendix    1 

Herbert   B    Yopp,  Florence,  S.  C. 
E    A    Mozlngo.  doing  business  as  Mozlngo'a 
Transffr,  Florence,  S    C. 

[F.    R     »:c.    45   5226;    Filed,    Mar.    31.    1946; 
•2  A I    p.    ml 


ISupp    Order  ODT  3.  Rev.  625] 

Baltimore.  Md.,  and  York.  Pa. 

coordinated   operations   of   certain 
carriers 

Upon  consideration  of  a  plan  for  joint 
action  filed  with  the  Office  of  Defense 
Transportation  by  the  persons  named  in 
Appendix  1  hereof  to  facihtate  compli- 
ance with  the  requirements  and  purposes 
of  General  Order  ODT  3.  Revised,  as 
amended  (7  F.R.  5445.  6689.  7694;  8  F.R. 
4660,  14582:  9  F.R. 2793, 3264.  3357, 6778) . 
H  copy  of  which  plan  is  attached  hereto  as 
Appendix  2."  and 

It  appearing  that  the  proposed  co- 
p.-dination  of  operations  is  necessary  in 
order  to  assure  maximum  utilization  of 
the  facilities,  services,  and  equipment, 
and  to  conserve  and  providently  utilize 
vital  equipment,  materials,  and  supplies, 
of  the  carriers,  and  to  provide  for  the 
prompt  and  continuous  movement  of 
necessary  traffic,  the  attainment  of 
which  purposes  is  e.ssentlal  to  the  suc- 
cessful prosecution  of  the  war.  It  is  here- 
by ordered,  That: 

1.  The  plan  for  Joint  action  above  re- 
ferred to  is  hereby  approved  and  the  car- 
riers are  directed  to  put  the  plan  in  op- 
eration forthwith,  subject  to  the  follow- 
ing provisions,  which  shall  supersede  any 
provisions  of  such  plan  that  are  in  con- 
flict therewith. 

2.  Each  of  the  carriers  forthwith  shall 
file  a  copy  of  this  order  with  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  having 
jurisdiction  over  any  operations  affected 
by  thi»  order,  and  likewise  shall  file,  and 
publish  in  accordance  with  law.  and  con- 
tinue in  effect  until  further  order,  tariffs 
or  supplements  to  filed  tariffs,  setting 
forth  any  changes  In  rates,  charges,  op- 
erations, rules,  regulations,  and  prac- 
tices of  the  carrier  which  may  be  neces- 
sary to  accord  with  the  provisions  of  this 
order  and  of  such  plan;  and  forthwith 
shall  apply  to  such  regulatory  body  or 
bodies  for  special  permission  for  such 
tariffs  or  supplements  to  become  effec- 
tive on  the  shortest  notice  lawfully  per- 
missible, but  not  prior  to  the  effective 
date  of  this  order. 


'Filed  as  part  of  the  original  document. 


3.  Whenever  transportation  service  is 
performed  by  one  carrier  in  lieu  of  serv- 
ice by  another  carrier,  by  reason  of  a  di- 
version, exchange,  pooling,  or  similar  act 
made  or  performed  pursuant  to  the  plan 
for  joint  action  hereby  approved,  the 
rates,  charges,  rules,  and  regulations 
governing  such  service  shall  be  those  that 
would  have  applied  except  for  such  di- 
version, exchange,  pooling,  or  other  act. 

4.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
not  be  so  construed  or  applied  as  to  re- 
quire any  carrier  subject  hereto  to  per- 
form any  service  beyond  its  transporta- 
tion capacity,  or  to  authorize  or  require 
any  act  or  omission  which  is  in  violation 
of  any  law  or  regulation,  or  to  permit 
any  carrier  to  alter  its  legal  liability  to 
any  shipper.  In  the  event  that  com- 
pliance with  any  term  of  this  order,  or 
effectuation  of  any  provision  of  such 
plan,  would  conflict  with,  or  would  not 
be  authorized  under,  the  existing  inter- 
state or  intrastate  operating  authority 
of  any  carrier  subjecfhereto,  such  car- 
rier forthwith  shall  apply  to  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  for  the 
granting  of  such  operating  authority  as 
may  be  requisite  to  compliance  with  the 
terms  of  this  order,  and  shall  prosecute 
such  application  with  all  possible  dili- 
gence. The  coordination  of  operations 
directed  by  this  order  shall  be  subject  to 
the  carriers'  possessing  or  obtaining  the 
requisite  operating  authority. 

5.  All  records  of  the  carriers  pertaining 
to  any  transportation  performed  pur- 
suant to  this  order  and  to  the  provisions 
of  such  plan  shall  be  kept  available  for 
examination  and  inspection  at  all  rea- 
sonable times  by  accredited  represent- 
atives of  the  Office  of  Defense  Trans- 
portation. 

6.  Withdrawal  of  a  carrier  from  par- 
ticipation in  the  plan  for  Joint  action 
hereby  approved  shall  not  be  made  with- 
out prior  approval  of  the  Office  of  De- 
fense Transportation. 

7.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
be  binding  upon  any  successor  in  in- 
terest to  any  carrier  named  in  this  or- 
der. Upon  a  transfer  of  any  operation 
Involved  In  this  order,  the  successor  In 
interest  and  the  other  carriers  named  in 
this  order  forthwith  shall  notify,  in  writ- 
ing, the  Office  of  Defense  Transporta- 
tion of  the  transfer  and.  unless  and  until 
otherwise  ordered,  the  successor  In  in- 
terest shall  perform  the  functions  of  his 
predecessor  In  accordance  with  the  pro- 
visions of  this  order. 

8.  The  plan  for  joint  action  hereby  ap- 
proved and  all  contractual  arrangements 
made  by  the  carriers  to  effectuate  the 
plan  shall  not  continue  in  operation  be- 
yond the  effective  period  of  this  order. 

9.  Communications  concerning  this 
order  should  refer  to  it  by  the  supple- 
mentary order  number  which  appears 
in  the  caption  hereof,  and.  unless  other- 
wise directed,  should  be  addressed  to  the 
Highway  Transport  Department.  Office 
of  Defense  Transportation.  Washington 
25.  D.  C. 

This  order  shall  become  effective  April 
6.  1945,  and  shall  remain  in  full  force 
and  effect  until  the  termination  of  the 
pre.'^ent  war  shall  have  been  duly  pro- 
claimed, or  until  such  earlier  time  as  the 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation  by 
further  order  may  designate. 


Issued  at  Washington.  D.  C.  this  2d 
day  of  April  1945. 

Guy  a.  Richardson. 

Director, 
Highway  Transport  Department. 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation. 

Appendix  1 

Tidewater   Expres.s   Lines.    Inc  ,   Baltimore, 
Md 

York  Motor  Express  Co  ,  York,  Pa. 

IF.    R.    Doc.    45-5227;    Piled,    Mar.    31.    1945. 
2.41   p    m  I 


(Supp   Order  ODT  3,  Rev    629) 

California 

coordinated  operations  of  certain 
carriers 

Upon  consideration  of  a  plan  for  Joint 
action  filed  with  the  OtRce  of  Defense 
Transportation  by  the  p)ersons  named  in 
Appendix  1  hereof  to  facilitate  compli- 
ance with  the  requirements  and  purposes 
of  General  Order  ODT  3.  Revised,  as 
amended  (7  F.R.  5445.  6689,  7694;  8  PR. 
4660.  14582;  9  PR.  2793.  3264.  3357.  6778' , 
a  copy  of  which  plan  is  attached  hereto 
as  Appendix  2.'  and 

It  appearing  that  the  proposed  coor- 
dination of  operations  is  necessary  in  or- 
der to  assure  maximum  utilization  of  the 
facilities,  services,  and  equipment,  and 
to  conserve  and  providently  utilize  vital 
equipment,  materials,  and  supplies,  of  the 
carriers,  and  to  provide  for  the  prompt 
and  continuous  movement  of  necessary 
traffic,  the  attainment  of  which  purposes 
is  essential  to  the  successful  prosecution 
of  the  war.  It  is  hereby  ordered.  That: 

1.  The  plan  for  joint  action  above  re- 
ferred to  is  hereby  approved  and  the  car- 
riers are  directed  to  put  the  plan  in  oper- 
ation forthwith,  subject  to  the  foUowinK 
provisions,  which  .shall  supersede  any 
provisions  of  such  plan  that  are  in  con- 
flict therewith. 

2.  Each  of  the  carriers  forthwith  shall 
file  a  copy  of  this  order  with  the  appro- 
priate regulatory  body  or  bodies  having' 
Jurisdiction  over  any  operations  af- 
fected by  this  order,  and  likewise  shall 
file,  and  publi.sh  in  accordance  with  law, 
and  continue  in  effect  until  further  or- 
der, tariffs  or  supplements  to  filed  tar- 
iffs, setting  forth  any  changes  in  rates. 
charges,  operations,  rules,  regulations, 
and  practices  of  the  carrier  which  may  be 
necessary  to  accord  with  the  provi.s-ions 
of  this  order  and  of  sudi  plan;  and 
forthwith  shall  apply  to  such  regulatory 
body  or  bodies  for  special  permission  for 
such  tariffs  or  supplements  to  become 
effective  on  the  shortest  notice  lawfully 
permissible,  but  not  prior  to  the  effec- 
tive date  of  this  order. 

3.  Whenever  transportation  service  Is 
performed  by  one  carrier  in  lieu  of  serv- 
ice by  another  carrier,  by  rea.son  of  a 
diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  similar 
act  made  or  performed  pursuant  to  th'' 
plan  for  joint  action  hereby  approved, 
the  rates,  charges,  rules,  and  regulations 
governing  such  service  shall  bo  those 
that  would  have  applied  except  for  such 
diversion,  exchange,  pooling,  or  other 
act. 

4.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall 
not  be  so  construed  or  applied  as  to  rc- 


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FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  AprU  5,  1945 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  April  3,  1945 


3.18I 


quire  any  carrier  subject  hereto  to  per- 
form any  service  beyond  its  transporta- 
tion capacity,  or  to  authorize  or  require 
any  act  or  omission  which  is  in  violation 
of  any  law  or  regulation,  or  to  permit 
any  carrier  to  alter  its  legal  liability  to 
any  shipper.  In  the  event  that  compli- 
ance with  any  term  of  this  order,  or  ef- 
fectuation of  any  provision  of  such  plan, 
would  conflict  with,  or  would  not  be  au- 
thorized under,  the  existing  interstate  or 
intrasUte  operating  authority  of  any 
carrier  subject  hereto,  such  carrier  forth- 
with shall  apply  to  the  appropriate  regu- 
latory body  or  bodies  for  the  granting  of 
such  operating  authority  as  may  be 
requisite  to  compliance  with  the  terms 
of  this  order,  and  shall  prosecute  such 
apphcation  with  all  possible  diligence. 
The  coordination  of  operations  directed 
by  this  order  shall  be  subject  to  the  car- 
riers' possessing  or  obtaining  the  requi- 
site operating  authority. 

5.  All  records  of  the  carriers  pertain- 
ing to  any  transportation  performed  pur- 
suant to  this  order  and  to  the  provisions 
of  such  plan  shall  be  kept  available  for 
examination  and-  Inspection  at  all  rea- 
sonable times  by  accredited  representa- 
tives of  the  Office  of  Defense  Transpor- 
tation. 

6.  Withdrawal  of  a  carrier  from  par- 
ticipation in  the  plan  for  joint  action 
hereby  approved  shall  not  be  made  with- 
out prior  approval  of  the  Office  of  De- 
fense Transportation. 

7.  The  provisions  of  this  order  shall  be 
binding  upon  any  successor  in  interest 
to  any  carrier  named  In  this  order.  Upon 
a  transfer  of  any  operation  involved  in 
this  order,  the  successor  in  interest  and 
the  other  carriers  named  in  this  order 
forthwith  shall  notify,  in  writing,  the 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation  of  the 
transfer  and.  unless  and  until  otherwise 
ordered,  the  successor  in  interest  shall 
perform  the  functions  of  his  predecessor 
in  accordance  with  the  provisions  of  this 
order. 

8.  The  plan  for  joint  action  hereby  ap- 
proved and  all  contractual  arrangements 
made  by  the  carriers  to  effectuate  the 
plan  shall  not  continue  in  operation  be- 
yond the  effective  period  of  this  order. 

9.  Communications  concerning  this 
order  should  refer  to  it  by  the  supple- 
mentary order  number  which  t^pears  in 
the  caption  hereof,  and,  unless  otherwise 
directed,  should  be  addressed  to  the 
Highway  Transport  Department,  Office 
of  Defense  Transportation,  Washington 
25.  D.  C. 

This  order  shall  become  effective  April 
6.  1945.  and  shall  remain  in  full  force 
and  effect  until  the  termination  of  the 
present  war  shall  have  been  duly  pro- 
claimed, or  until  such  earlier  time  as  the 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation  by  fur- 
ther order  may  designate. 

Issued  at  Washington.  D.  C,  this  2d 
day  of  April  1945. 

Guy  a.  Richardson. 

Director. 
Highway  Transport  Department, 
Office  of  Defense  Transportation. 

AFPBirDIX  1 

Lyon  Van  &  Storage  Co..  Loe  Angeles.  C*llf . 
San  PranclBco  Storage  Co..  Ban  Prmcteco. 
Calif. 


W.  Robb.  M.  O.  Anderson,  and  Mrs.  Bert 
Black,  ccpartnere.  doing  business  as,  Owl 
Transfer  Co..  San  Francisco,  Calif. 

Pierre-Rodolph  Storagn  Co..  Ltd..  Ban 
Francisco.   Calif. 

[F.   R.   Doc.    45-5236:    Filed.    Mar.    31,    1945; 
2:42  p.  m.I 


OFFICE  OF  PRICE  ADMINISTRATION. 

[MPR  188,  Order  3549] 

Production  Tooling  Co. 

approval  of  ICAXniUlI  PRICES 

For  the  reasons  set  forth  in  an  opinion 
issued  simultaneously  herewith  and  filed 
with  the  Division  of  the  Federal  Register, 
and  pursuant  to  §  1499.158  of  Maximum 
Price  Regulation  No.  188,  It  is  ordered: 

(a)  This  order  establishes  maximum 
prices  for  sales  and  deliveries  of  auto- 
mobile tire  pumps  manufactured  by 
Production  Tooling  Company,  of  7704 
South  Main  Street,  Los  Angeles  3,  Calif. 

<  1 )  For  all  sales  and  deliveries  to  the 

following  classes  of  purchasers  by  any 

person,  the  maximum  prices  are  those 

set  forth  below: 

Each 

For   sales  to  Jobbers $0.55 

For  sales  to  retailers -77 

For  sales  to  ultimate  consumers 1.  10 

These  maximum  prices  are  for  the  ar- 
ticles described  in  the  manufacturers 
application  dated  July  15,  1944. 

'2 »  For  sales  by  the  manufacturer,  the 
maximum  prices  apply  to  all  sales  and 
deliveries  .since  Maximum  Price  Regula- 
tion No.  188  became  applicable  to  those 
sales  and  deliveries.  These  prices  are 
f.  o.  b.  Los  Angeles.  California,  and  they 
are  subject  to  a  cash  discount  of  two 
percent  for  payment  within  ten  days. 

(3)  For  sales  by  persons  other  than 
the  manufacturer,  the  maximum  prices 
apply  to  all  sales  and  deliveries  after  the 
effective  date  of  this  order.  These  prices 
are  subject  to  each  seller's  customary 
terms  and  conditions  of  sale  on  sales  of 
similar  articles.  In  the  case  of  sales  by 
jobbers,  they  are  f.  o.  b.  seller's  city. 

(4>  If  the  manufacturer  wishes  to 
make  sales  and  deliveries  to  any  other 
clas.s  of  purchaser  or  on  other  terms  and 
conditions  of  sale,  he  must  apply  to  the 
Office  of  Price  Administration.  Washing- 
ton. D.  C.  under  the  Fourth  Pricing 
Method.  §  1499.158  of  Maximum  Price 
Regulation  No.  188.  for  the  establish- 
ment of  maximum  prices  for  those  sales.- 
and  no  sales  or  deliveries  may  be  made 
until  maximum  prices  have  been  au- 
thorized by  the  Office  of  Price  Admin- 
istration. 

(b)  The  manufacturer  shall  attach  a 
tag  or  label  to  every  article  for  which 
a  maximum  price  for  sales  to  consumers 
is  established  by  this  order.  That  tag 
or  label  shall  contain  the  following  state- 
ment: 

OPA   Retail   Celling   Price— $1.10 
Do  Not  Detach 

(c"*  At  the  time  of,  or  prior  to,  the  first 
Invoice  to  each  purchaser  for  resale, 
the  seller  shall  notify  the  purchaser  In 
writing  of  the  maximum  prices  and  con- 
ditions established  by  this  order  for  sales 
by  the  purchaser.  This  notice  may  be 
given  In  any  com^snlent  form. 


(dt  This  order  may  be  rfvcked  or 
amended  by  the  Pnce  AriminiJ-tration  at 
any  time. 

(e>  This  order  .'^hall  become  effective 
on  April  2.  1945. 

Ls.'.ued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

James  G.  Rogers.  Jr  . 

Acting   Administrator. 

(F.   R.   Doc.   45-5206:    Filed,   Ma:     31,    1945; 
12:12  p    m.l 


[MPR  136.  Order  422] 
Knox  Porcelain  Corp. 

APPROVAL  of  maximum  PRICES 

Order  No.  422  under  Maximum  Price 
Regulation  136,  as  amended.  Machines 
and  parts,  and  machinery  services ;  Knox 
Porcelain  Corporation,  Docket  Nos,  6083- 
136.25a-246  and  SD-28-8067. 

For  the  reasons  set  forth  in  an  opinion 
issued  simultaneously  herewith  and  filed 
with  the  Division  of  the  Federal  Regis- 
ter, and  pursuant  to  §  1390.25a  of  Maxi- 
mum Price  Regulation  136.  as  amended. 
It  is  ordered 

(a)  The  maximimi  price  of  Knox 
Porcelain  Corporation,  Knoxville,  Ten- 
nessee, for  its  sale  cf  any  of  the  products 
it  manufactures  shall  be  determined  as 
follows:  To  the  maximum  price  which 
Knox  Porcelain  Corporation  had  in  ef- 
fect to  any  of  its  classes  of  purchasers, 
just  prior  to  the  issuance  of  this  order, 
it  shall  add  an  amount  equal  to  3.75'7 
of  such  former  maximum  price.  Tlie 
amount  so  added  may  be  rounded  ofl  to 
the  nearest  cent. 

(b»  The  maximum  price;  of  any  re- 
seller (except  one  who  sells  at  retail" 
for  any  product  affected  by  paragraph 
(a)  of  this  order  shall  be  determined 
as  follows:  To  the  maximum  price  which 
he  had  in  effect  to  any  of  his  classes  of 
purchases  of  such  product,  ju.st  prior  to 
the  is.-^uance  of  this  order,  the  reseller 
shall  add  the  dollars  and  cents  amount 
by  which  his  own  cost  of  the  product 
has  been  increased  as  the  re.'-ult  of  this 
order. 

(c)  Knox  Porcelain  Corporation  shall 
give  notice  to  any  customer  purchasing, 
for  resale,  any  of  the  products  subject 
to  this  order  of  the  dollars  and  cents 
amount  by  which  his  cost,  and  thereby 
his  own  maximum  price,  has  been  in- 
creased pursuant  to  this  order.  Copies 
of  such  notifications  shall  be  filed  with 
the  Office  of  Pi'ice  Administration.  Wash- 
ington 25.  D.  C. 

All  requests  not  granted  herein  are  de- 
nied. 

This  order  shall  become  effective 
April  2,  1945. 

Issued  this  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

James  G.  Rogers,  Jr.. 
Acting  Administrator. 

[F    R.    Doc.    45-5204:    Filed,    Mar.    31.    1345; 
12:l2p.ml 


[Max.  Import  Pnce  Reg.  0:c5er  79] 

Bally.  Inc. 

istablishment  of  uaxoivu  prices 

FV)r  the  reasons  set  forth  in  an  opin- 
ion ls.sued  simultaneously  herewith  and 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tue^lay,  AprU  3,  1945 


r>83 


3j^2 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  AprU  5,  1946 


filed  with  the  Division  of  the  Federal 
Register,  and  pursuant  to  section  21  of 
the  Maximum  Import  Price  Regulation; 
It  is  ordered: 

(a)  What  this  order  does.  This  order 
establishes  maximvun  prices  at  Which 
any  person  may  sell,  and  maximum  prices 
at  wluch  any  person,  other  than  the  Im- 
porter, may  buy  certain  women's  shoes 
imported  from  Switzerland  by  Bally,  Inc., 

II  West  42nd  Street,  New  York.  New 
York,  hereinafter  called  the  "Importer." 
The  shoes  covered  by  this  order  are  de- 
scribed in  Appendix  A  attached  hereto 
and  made  a  part  of  this  order. 

(b)  Maximum  prices  on  sales  by  anv 
person  except  a  retailer.  No  person, 
other  than  a  retailer,  may  sell  or  deliver 
and  no  person  may  buy  or  receive  from 
such  seller  the  shoes  described  In  Ap- 
pendix A  at  prices  higher  than  those  set 
fortti  in  Column  II  of»Appendlx  A. 

tc»  Maximum  retail  prices.  No  re- 
tailer may  sell  or  deliver,  and  no  person 
may  buy  or  receive  from  a  retailer,  the 
shoes  described  In  Appendix  A  at  prices 
higher  than  those  set  forth  in  Column 

III  of  Appendix  A. 

(d»  Importer  or  other  seller  to  notify 
retailers.  The  importer  or  other  seller 
shall  furnish  a  copy  of  this  order  to  each 
retailer  to  whom  any  such  women's 
shoes  are  sold  and  shall  also  include  on 
the  invoice  the  following  statement: 

The  enclosed  Order  No.  79  Issued  under  the 
Maximum  Import  Price  Regulation  by  OPA 
establishes  your  maximum  selling  prices  for 
the  women's  shoes  covered   by  this  Invoice. 

ie»  Revocation  and  aineiidment.  This 
order  may  be  revoked  or  amended  at  any 
time. 

This  order  shall  become  effective 
March  31.  1945. 

Issued  this  30th  day  of  March  1945. 

Chester  Bowles, 

Administrator. 

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[P.    R.   Doc    ift-AllT.    ni*d.  Mar.   SO,   1940; 
1I;87  ft.  ml 


(MPR  188,  Order  3533] 

ROBBINS   k   BURKZ,   INC. 

AUTHORIZAnON   OF   MAXIMinf  PRICES 

For  the  reasons  set  forth  in  an  opinion 
Issued  simultaneously  herewith  and  filed 
with  the  Division  of  the  Federal  Register 
and  pursuant  to  5  1499.158  of  Maximum 
Price  Regulation  No.  188;  It  is  ordered: 

(a)  The  maximum  net  prices,  f.  o.  b. 
Cambridge,  Massachusetts,  for  sales  by 
the  Robbins  and  Burke.  Incorporated,  of 
the  following  farm  and  home  freezers 
shall  be: 


^ 

M 

•^ 

■^  -,. 

t 

B  0 

^    1. 

ij 

Item 

SiM 

i$ 

13 

a 

a  S 

D 

O 

- 

Moilcl  No.  KV 

15  cu.  ft.  '•1  hp.  oin- 
ilcn.xiae  unit. 

♦226 

♦iTTO 

UW 

Model  No.  20 

20  cii.  ft.  H  hji.  rot>- 
(lensinn  unit. 

325 

■m 

650 

(b)  The  maximum  net  prices  estab- 
lished In  (a)  above  may  be  increased  by 
the  following  amounts  to  each  class  of 
purchaser  as  a  charge  to  cover  the  co.st 
of  crating,  when  crating  la  actually 
supplied : 

Model  No.  16 »6  00 

Model  No.  20. 6  00 

(c)  The  maximum  net  prices  for  sales 
by  distributors  of  the  following  farm  and 
home  freezers  manufactured  by  the  Rob- 
bins  and  Burke,  Incorporated,  shall  be: 


Item 


Size 


Moikl  No.  15..      15  CO.  (I.   1.  hp.   con 

I      (li'n.sinK  tiiiii. 
Mudtl  No.  ^"O-.  '  20  cu.    I(.   i>  hp.  con- 
(Icn.MHK  unit. 


On 

On 

.sales 

'Slc* 

tn 

tn 

.Idl- 

(ii'l- 

er  s 

.suniiTS 

$^J7U 

M'lO 

:m 

CVJ 

(d)  The  maximum  net  prices  for  sales 
by  dealers  to  consumers  of  the  following 
farm  and  home  freezers  manufactured 
by  the  Robbins  and  Burke,  Incorporated, 
shall  be: 


l.'i    (U. 

ft. 

'.   h 

[).   Clin 

lcn.sing 

$1 

'') 

unit 
'JO    CII. 

UIUI 

ft. 

i»  h 

1    cfni 

lensiag 

( 

V) 

Mo'l.'l  -Nil.  15 
.Moil.l  No.  JO 


(e'^  The  maximum  net  prices  estab- 
lished by  this  order  shall  be  subject  to 
discounts  and  allowances  and  the  rendi- 
tion of  services  which  are  at  least  as 
favorable  as  those  which  each  seller  ex- 
tended or  rendered  to  purchasers  of  the 
same  class  on  comparable  sales  of  simi- 
lar commodities  during  March  1942. 

(f)  A  distributor  or  dealer  may  add 
the  following  charges  to  the  maximum 
prices  established  In  (c)  and  (d)  above: 

(1)  The  actual  amount  of  freight  paid 
to  obtain  delivery  to  his  place  of  business. 
Such  charges  shall  not  exceed  the  lowest 
common  carrier  rates. 


(2)  Crating  charges  actually  paid  to 
his  supplier  but  In  no  instance  exceeding 
the  following: 

Model  No.  15 »6.  00 

Model  No.  20.-. 6  00 

fg)  Each  seller  of  a  commodity  cov- 
ered by  this  order,  except  a  dealer,  shall 
notify  each  of  his  purchasers.  In  writing, 
at  or  before  the  issuance  of  the  first  in- 
voice after  the  effective  date  of  this 
order,  of  the  maximum  prices  established 
by  this  order  for  each  such  seller  as  well 
as  the  maximum  prices  established  for 
purchasers  upon  resale,  including  allow- 
able transportation  and  crating  charges. 

(h)  The  Robbins  and  Burke,  Incorpo- 
rated shall  stencil  on  the  Inside  of  the  Ud 
or  cover  of  each  farm  and  home  freezer 
covered  by  this  order,  the  maximum  net 
prices  to  consumers  established  by  this 
order.  The  stencil  shall  contain  sub- 
stantially the  following; 

OPA  Maximum  Retail  Price  • 

Plus  freight  and  crating  as  provided  In 
Order  No.  3533  under  Maximum  Price  Regu- 
lation No.  188. 

(i)  This  order  may  be  revoked  or 
amended  by  the  Price  Administrator  at 
any  time. 

This  order  shall  become  effective 
March  31,  1945. 

Issued  this  30th  day  of  March  1945. 

Chester  Bowles, 
Administrator. 

IF     R     Doc     45-5125;    Filed.    Mar.    30,    1945; 
11:38  a.  m.j 


[MPR  188,  Order  3534] 

Tyler  Fixture  Corp. 
authorization  of  maximum  prices 

For  the  reasons  set  forth  in  an  opin- 
ion issued  simultaneously  herewith  and 
filed  with  the  Division  of  the  Federal 
Register  and  pursuant  to  *  1499.158  of 
Maximum  Price' Regulation  No.  188;  It 
is  ordered: 

(a)  The  maximum  net  prices,  f.  o.  b. 
Niles.  Michigan,  for  sales  by  the  Tyler 
Fixture  Corporation  of  the  foUowins 
farm  and  home  freezers  shall  be: 


Mu<l.l 


Sl/o 


On 

.sales 

ti, 

ilLS- 

irihu- 

lon 


On 

stiles 

to 

dealers 


I     On 

j    S«lr< 
III 

sun:."-' 


IT-lJ  I  IJiu  ft   ^•ompletewith 
uiinpri-<.-.ur.        Milvo,  . 

iin.l  (i.ntriin   .   .       ...,$1SI  no  »2^J9.  a),|3SJ.OO 
H-IJ      12  CO.  ft.  ilcfs  c«.niprc,"i-  j.  i  I 

.s<ir.    \h1vc.   and   cun-  i  | 

in.li   ._    IJ-;  oil    151,  •JO    2.V  i'^ 

T-JI      l.'.cu   fi,  iii.inplctr  wllh  I  I 

I       ctiiiiprcf.Sfir.        valve.  |  | 

I      iind  rf.ntri.h J.'JO  Ut),  2TC.00    iOC  (Xi 

T  21      1'  (11    f:    (less  Cf.tnprcs-  j 

I      s<ii-.   valvc,   iind   cuii-  |  I 

trul     _ I  161.00-  iM-ao,  ;i2-' <w 


(b)  The  maximum  net  prices  estab- 
lished In  (a)  above  may  be  increased  by 
the  following  amount  to  each  class  of 
purchaser  as  a  charge  to  cover  the  cost 
of  crating,  when  crating  Is  actually  sup- 
plied: $6.00. 

(c)  The  maximum  net  prices  for  sales 
by  distributors  of  the  following  farm  and 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  AprU  S,  1945 


a.">83 


licme    freezers    manufactured    by    the 
Tyler  Fixture  Corporation  shall  be: 


'.i.d.i 

n  I J 

;i  :■: 
■1  j; 

1  -n 


I  I 

'OngalP.i  On  sates 
[  to  deal-  to  c<jn- 
en       sunwrs 


12  cu.  ft.  fcomplrto  with 
oimurcsKir.  \aUc.  and 
it.ntn.l)--  .    i22«.ao 

12  rii.  ft.  (loss  ri.Tnprf.s.>.iir. 
*V!ilvf'  aiul  ixiiitri.li   ...  1   l'''   20 

15  cu  ft.  U">iiiipl«'tc  *ii^ 
[omprcsi^nr.  vbItc  and 
cfMitriil' 

1.',  cu.  ft  ilc-v^  (.,niprcs.<ior 
valvr  and  cintn.l'  


This    order    shall    become    effective 
March  31.  1946. 

Issued  this  30th  day  of  March  1945. 

Chester  Bowles, 
Administrator. 


IF.    R 


Doc.    45^6126;    Piled. 
11:88  a.  m  ] 


Mar.    30     1946; 


(d)  The  maximum  net  prices  for  sales 
by  dealers  to  consumers  of  the  follow- 
ing farm  and  home  freezers  manufac- 
tured by  the  Tyler  Fixture  Corporation 
.>nall  be: 


■del 


I  On  ifties 
i  to  con- 

;  5Un«T- 


H-12  I  12  cu.  ft.  (conipli  to  With  compn>s.s».r. 

;      v.ilsr,  and  contn.l' 

H   :2  I  12  cu.  ft.  (less  conipns.^i.r.  \al-. c  and 

i      ponlnili   - 

T-21  15, ^u.  ft.  (complete  Willi  coinpn-'^.'ior. 

I      valve  anil  ccntn  U   .       -- 

•1    '.'!  1.'  ni   ft    (les«  ciinipiTf^dr,  valve  ana 

1.  nirol)   ....  - 


[MPR  188,  Order  3535] 
Master  Refrigeration  Service  Co. 

AUTHORIZATION   OF   MAXIMUM   PRICES 

For  the  reasons  set  forth  In  an  opinion 
issued  simultaneously  herewith  and  filed 
with  the  Ehvision  of  the  Federal  Register 
and  pursuant  to  5  1499.158  of  Maximum 
Price  Regulation  No.  188;  It  is  ordered: 

(a)  The  maximum  net  prices,  f.  o.  b. 
Milwaukee,  Wisconsin,  for  sales  by  the 
Master  Refrigeration  Service  Company 
of  the  following  farm  and  home  freezers 
shall  be: 


$3SJ 

or'. 


■  e)  The  maximum  net  prices  estab- 
lished by  this  order  shall  be  subject  to 
di.'^counts  and  allowances  and  the  rendi- 
non  of  services  which  are  at  least  as 
favorable  as  those  which  each  seller  ex- 
tended or  rendered  to  purchasers  of  the 
.--ame  class  on  comparable  sales  of  simi- 
lar commodities  during  March  1942. 

(f)  A  distributor  or  dealer  may  add 
the  following  charges  to  the  maximum 
prices  established  In  (c)  and  td)  above: 
'  1 )  The  actual  amount  of  freight  paid 
to  obtain  delivery  to  his  place  of  busi- 
ness. Such  charges  shall  not  exceed  the 
lowest  common  carrier  rates. 

(2)  Crating  charges  actually  paid  to 
Ills  supplier  but  in  no  Instance  exceed- 
ing the  following:  $6.00. 

ig)  Each  seller  of  a  commodity  cov- 
ered by  this  order,  except  a  dealer,  shall 
notify  each  of  his  purchasers,  In  writ- 
ing, at  or  befcue  the  issuance  of  the  first 
invoice  after  the  effective  date  of  this 
order,  of  the  maximum  prices  estab- 
lished by  this  order  for  each  such  seller 
as  well  as  the  maximum  prices  estab- 
lished for  purchasers  upon  resale,  in- 
(luding  allowable  transportation  and 
c  rating  charges. 

(h>  The  Tyler  Fixture  Corporation 
shall  stencil  on  the  inside  of  the  lid  or 
(.over  of  each  farm  and  home  freezer 
( overed  by  this  order,  the  maximum  net 
prices  to  consumers  established  by  this 
order.  The  stencil  shall  contain  sub- 
lantially  the  following: 

OPA   Maximum   Retail   Price   $ 

Plus  freight  and  crating  as  provided  In 
Order  No  3534  under  Maximum  Price  R«g- 
ul.ition  No    188 

i)  This  Older  may  be  revoked  or 
amended  by  ilic  Price  Administrator  at 
anv  time. 




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Mast  erf  ref7  0 

12..'.  cu.   ft.  M  hp. 

$210 

$2:,j.  oo 

!M'20 

Model  rJ.'Vt. 

cuDdeu.'-ing  unit. 

Mastirdiizc 

18  en.  ft.  }ihp.  cm- 

280 

V/i'AV 

.".♦ifi 

Model  IHOO. 

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Ma.'-lerfreeic 

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densint  unit. 

MafUrfrerze 

7.5  cu.  ft.  Vihp.  ccn- 

l.W 

iw;,  (1(1,    310 

Model  TSO. 

densung  unit. 

Masterfn-eze 

2.ficu.  ft.?-ihl'.  c*D- 

9b  r.N.  Ml     iw- 

Mi.dei  ■.',■<'. 

dcnsini:  unit. 

1          1 

(b)  The  maximum  net  prices  estab- 
lished In  (a)  above  may  be  Increased  by 
the  following  amounts  to  each  class  of 
purchaser  as  a  charge  to  cover  the  cost 
of  crating,  when  crating  is  actually 
supplied : 

Model  No.  1250 W.OO 

Model  No.  1800 ^  ^ 

Model  No.  950. 5.  00 

Model  No.  750 *  00 

Model  No.  250 4-00 

(c)  The  maximum  net  prices  for  sales 
by  distributors  of  the  following  farm  and 
home  freezers  manufactured  by  the  Mas- 
ter Refrigeration  Service  Company  shall 
be: 


On 

On 

sales 

sales 

Item 

3i7e 

to 

dml- 

ors 

f/1 
con- 

suaicp: 

Masterfreeze 

12.5  CU.  ft.   M  hp. 

con- 

$252  00 

$420.00 

model  12.')0. 

densing  unit. 

Masterfreeze 

18  cu.  ft    H  *»»• 

con- 

a»6.(X» 

660.00 

model  mw. 

densing  unit. 

Ma?tel^reeIe 

9.5  cu.  ft.   \i  hp. 
dcDsins  unit. 

eon- 

aM.oo 

340  00 

model  9S0. 

Masterfreeze 

7.5  cu.  ft.    M  hp. 

eon- 

186.00 

310.00 

model  750. 

densing  unit. 

Mast  erf  reef.e 

J.8  cu.  ft.   ^  hp. 

oon- 

118.80 

198.  M 

model  250. 

densing  un  t. 

m 

(d)  The  maximum  net  prices  for  sales 
by  dealers  to  consumers  of  the  follow- 
ing farm  and  home  freezers  manufac- 
tured by  the  Master  Refrigeration  Serv- 
ice Company  shall  be: 


On 

sail-* 

Item 

Mze 

to  (»>n- 

SU 

Tier- 

Mw!l*rfre6ze 

incKkl 

12..'i<ii  ft   '-« lip.  con- 

H20 

IZ'iO. 

(ienMnj;  unit 

Masterfreeze 

ii.odil 

IS  cu.   ft     's   l;p 

fOTl. 

.ViO 

mwi. 

uensinK  unit. 

MitfU-rfrcf  ze 

moiit  1 

<i  '.   rU.   fr.    \    l.p 

Cf'il- 

24(1 

ijao. 

111  Il-iIlL  UIl.I  . 

Miistcrfrc\70 

model 

',},  en.  f,   'i   lip 

(iin- 

RIO 

750. 

di  iiFiui;  unit 

>!  aster  fre«zc 

model 

2.;>  cu,  11.  '♦  lip. 

ifin- 

V\> 

•j.v. 

det'<T>:  unit. 

(e)  The  maximum  nti  price:  stab- 
lished  by  lliis  order  shall  be  suLicct  lo 
discounts  and  allowances  and  the  ;endi- 
tion  of  services  which  are  at  lerst  a^ 
favorable  as  those  which  er.ch  seilf  r  ex- 
tended or  rendered  to  purcha.sers  of  tiu- 
same  class  on  comparable  sales  of  .simi- 
lar commodities  during  March  1942. 

(f )  A  distributor  or  dealer  may  acd  Tnc 
following  charges  to  the  maximum  pnci- 
established  In  <c)   and  (di   above: 

(1)  The  actual  amount  of  freijiht  pa:d 
to  obtain  delivery  to  his  place  of  b'lisi- 
ness.  Such  charges  shall  not  exceed  the 
lowest  common  carrier  rates. 

(2)  Crating  charges  actually  paid  lo 
his  suppher  but  in  no  in.^tance  exccr cl- 
ing the  following: 

Model  No.  1250 *6  00 

Model  No.  1800 6  00 

Model  No.  950 ^  i-O 

Model  No.  750 5  (Kt 

Model  No    250 4  00 

(g»  Each  seller  of  a  commodity  cov- 
ered by  this  order,  except  a  dealer,  .'.hali 
notify  each  of  liis  purciiasers,  in  writing, 
at  or  l)efore  the  issuance  of  the  first  in- 
voice after  the  effective  date  of  this  or- 
der, of  the  maximum  prices  established 
by  tills  order  for  each  such  seller  as  well 
as  the  maximum  prices  estabhshed  for 
purchasers  upon  resale,  including  allow  - 
able  transportation  and  crating  charge.^, 
ai)  The  Master  Refrigeration  Serv- 
ice Company  shall  stencil  on  the  in.side  of 
the  lid  or  cover  of  each  farm  and  home 
freezer  covered  by  this  order,  the  maxi- 
mum net  prices  to  consumers  established 
by  this  order.  The  stencil  shall  con- 
tain substantially  the  following: 

OPA   Maximum    Retail    Price   » 

PluB  freight  and  crating  ae  provided  in 
Order  No.  3635  under  Maximum  Price  Reg- 
ulation No.  188. 

(i)  This  order  may  be  revoked  or 
amended  by  the  Price  Adminlstraior  ai 
any  time. 

This  order  shall  become  effective 
March  31,  1945. 

Issued  this  3Gth  day  of  March  1945. 

Chester  Bowles. 
AdministraXnr . 

[F.    R.    Doc.    46-5127:    Fued,    Mar     SO     1945; 
11  39  a.  m.l 


(MPR  188.  Order  3536] 

Artistic  Stddio 

approval  of  maximum  prices 

For  the  reasons  ."^et  forth  in  an  opmi'T. 
Issued  simultaneously  herewith  and  fil^^d 


a584 


FEDERAL  KEGISTER,  Tuesday,  AprU  i,  IHS 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  AprU  3,  1945 


3-'83 


aS84 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  AprU  $,  1H5 


FEDERAL  REGISTER,  Tuesday,  AprU  3,  2945 


3.'»85 


with  the  Division  of  the  Federal  Register, 
and  pursuant  to  i  1499.158  of  MPR  188, 

It  is  ordered: 

(a)  Tills  order  establishes  maximum 
prices  for  sales  and  deliveries  of  certain 
articles  of  furniture  manufactured  by 
Artistic  Studio.  1411  Pulton  Street, 
Brooklyn  16.  N.  Y. 

(D  For  all  sales  and  deliveries  to  the 
following  classes  of  purchasers  by  the 
sellers  indicated  below,  the  maximum 
prices  are  those  set  forth  below: 


Arlulo 


IVrrncr  lahle. 


MrKlel 
No. 


100 


.Muiiifvc- 
tur»Ts 

Ill&XI- 

IIIUIII 

[irici'  to 
|)t'rsiin.s, 

other 

Ihsn 

ri'tailers, 

who  soil 

from 

their 

owa 

stuck 


Mnnufftc- 
turer's 

iimiiniuni 
Iirir*  to 

JHTSOD3. 

ot  h«'r 

than 
retailATS, 
who  sell 
from  the 
manufae- 

turer's 

stock 


Kaeh 
r  00 


ICaek 

r.  4* 


MftJti- 

niuui 

price 

for 

Sfllt'S  to 

retailers 
by  the 
manufac- 
turer, 
and  hy 
persons, 
other 
than 
retailers, 
who  sell 
from  the 
manufac- 
turi'r'g 
slock 


Each 
$8.78 


These  prices  are  f.  o.  b.  factory,  are 
subject  to  a  cash  discount  of  two  percent 
for  payment  within  ten  days,  net  thirty 
days,  and  are  for  the  article  described 
in  the  manufacturer's  application  dated 
February  18.  1945. 

(2)  For  sales  by  the  manufacturer  the 
maximum  prices  apply  to  all  sales  and 
deliveries  since  the  effective  date  of  MPR 
188.  For  sales  by  persons,  other  than 
retailers,  who  sell  from  the  manufac- 
turer's stock,  the  maximum  prices  apply 
to  all  sales  and  deliveries  after  the  effec- 
tive date  of  this  order. 

(3)  If  the  manufacturer  wishes  to 
make  sales  and  deliveries  to  any  other 
class  of  purchaser  or  on  other  terms  and 
conditions  of  sale,  he  must  apply  to  the 
OfHce  of  Price  Administration.  Washing- 
ton, D.  C.  under  the  Fourth  Pricing 
Method,  S  1499.158.  of  MPR  188.  for  the 
establishment  of  maximum  prices  for 
those  sales,  and  no  sales  or  dehverles  may 
be  made  until  maximum  prices  have  been 
authorized  by  the  Office  of  Price  Admin- 
istration. 

(b)  At  the  time  of,  or  prior  to,  the  first 
Invoice  to  each  purchaser,  other  than  a 
retailer,  who  sella  from  the  manufac- 
turer's stock,  the  manufacturer  shall  no- 
tify the  purchaser  of  the  maximum 
prices  and  conditions  established  by  this 
order  for  sales  by  the  purchaser.  This 
notice  may  be  given  in  any  convenient 
form. 

(c)  This  order  may  be  revoked  or 
amended  by  the  Price  Administrator  at 
any  time. 

This  order  shall  become  effective  on 
the  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

Issued  this  30th  day  of  March  1945. 

Chcstes  Bowles. 
Administrator. 

[F.    R     Doc.   46-6188;    Filed.    Mar.   80,    IMM 
il:30  a.  m.] 


(UPR  188,  Order  8587] 

W.  MlLLIR.  IMO. 

APPROVAL    OP    UAXXUXm.    PUCS8 

For  the  reasons  set  forth  in  an  opinion 
Issued  simultaneously  herewith  and  filed 
with  the  Division  of  the  Federal  Register, 
and  pursuant  to  S  1499.158  of  Maximum 
Price  Regulation  No.  188;  It  is  ordered: 

(a)  This  order  establishes  maximum 
prices  for  sales  and  deliveries  of  certain 
articles  manufactured  by  W.  Miller.  Inc., 
4259  Beverly  Boulevard.  Los  Angeles  4. 
Calif. 

( 1 )  For  all  sales  and  deliveries  to  the 
following  classes  of  purchasers  by  the 
sellers  indicated  below,  the  maximum 
prices  are  those  set  forth  below : 

Maximum   Pkicis   for   Sauu   of   Automotivi 
Tnuc  Pump.  Model  No.  100 

By  manufacturer  to —  Each 

Wholesaler  (stocking  Jobbers) 81.25 

Drop  shipping  Jobbers 1.34 

ReUllers I  76 

By    sellers    other    than    manufacturer 
to— 

Drop  shipping  Jobbers 1  34 

ReUllers 1  76 

Consumers 2  50 

These  maximum  prices  are  for  the  ar- 
ticles described  In  the  manufacturer's 
application  dated  January  17.  1945. 

(2)  For  sales  by  the  manufacturer, 
the  maximum  prices  apply  to  all  sales 
and  deliveries  since  Maximum  Price 
Regulation  No.  188  became  applicable 
to  those  sales  and  deliveries.  These 
prices  are  f .  o.  b.  factory. 

(3)  For  sales  by  persons  other  than 
the  manufacturer,  the  maximum  prices 
apply  to  all  sales  and  deliveries  after  the 
effective  date  of  this  order.  Those  prices 
are  subject  to  each  seller's  customary 
terms  and  conditions  of  sale  on  sales  of 
similar  articles. 

(4)  If  the  manufacturer  wishes  to 
make  sales  and  deliveries  to  any  other 
class  of  purchaser  or  on  other  terms  and 
conditions  of  sale,  he  must  apply  to  the 
Office  of  Price  Administration,  Wash- 
ington. D.  C.  under  the  Fourth  Pricing 
Method,    i  1499.158   of   Maximum   Price 


R«gtilation  No.  188,  for  the  establishment 
of  maximum  prices  for  those  sales,  and 
no  sales  or  deliveries  may  be  made  imtll 
maximum  prices  have  been  authorized 
by  the  OfDce  of  Price  Administration. 

(b)  The  manufacturer  shall  attach  a 
tag  or  label  to  every  article  for  which 
a  maximum  price  for  sales  to  consumers 
is  established  by  this  order.  That  tag  or 
label  shall  contain  the  following  state- 
ment: 

OPA  Retail  Celling  Price.  82.50 
Do  Not  Remove  or  Obliterate 

<c)  At  the  time  of.  or  prior  to.  the  first 
invoice  to  each  purchaser  for  resale,  the 
seller  shall  notify  the  purchaser  m  writ- 
ing of  the  maximum  prices  and  condi- 
tions established  by  this  order  for  sales 
by  the  purchaser.  This  notice  may  be 
given  In  any  convenient  form. 

(d)  This  order  may  be  revoked  or 
amended  by  the  Price  Administrator  at 
any  time. 

(e)  This  order  shall  become  effective 
on  the  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

Issued  this  30th  day  of  March  1945. 

Chistek  Bowlxs, 

Administrator. 

[P     R     Doc     45-8129;    Filed.    Mar.    30.    1949; 
11:40  a.  ml 


I  MPR  188,  Order  3538] 

Charles  B.  BoATZNitEiTKR 

APPROVAL    or    MAXnmC    PRICES 

For  the  reasons  set  forth  in  an  opinion 
issued  simultaneously  herewith  and  filed 
with  the  Division  of  the  Federal  Register, 
and  pursuant  to  9  1499.158  of  Maximum 
Price  Regulation  No.  188;  It  is  ordered: 

(a)  This  order  establishes  maximum 
prices  for  sales  and  deliveries  of  certain 
articles  manufactured  by  Charles  B. 
Boatenreiter,  341  North  Highland  Avenue 
NE..  Atlanta.  Qa. 

(1)  For  all  sales  and  deliveries  to  the 
following  classes  of  purchasers  by  the 
sellers  indicated  below,  the  maximum 
prices  are  those  set  forth  below: 


Article 


Model 


Maximum  selllnK 
prices  for  the  manu- 
facturer to  - 


Ketaikr 


.Maximum    selling    prices   for   s<>11it? 
other  Ihau  the  manufactunr  to- 


Ketaller 


Consumer 


$4  96  each. 


Woo<1en  di»h  (Iriiincr  W  uti  silver  tray  IZ  i  ■  $e«  00  p«r  doien $36.00  per  doren — 

i       -'1  m  4.  I  j 

I:ii2mi4 ■  $30  00  per  doien !  $SO(iO  per  doren  $4  ()0  earli 

.Madctoorder $1  80  i^t  sci  ft  Jlsu  i«r  .•iq.  ft |  $.-?  oo  v]  f 

(isIt  metal  drai  [lans $112  per  sir  ft  $1  12  i>er  »<j.  ft  i$150!iii   n 


These  maximum  prices  are  for  the  ar- 
ticles described  in  the  manufacturer's 
application  dated  November  11.  1944. 

(2)  For  sales  by  the  manufacturer,  the 
maximum  prices  apply  to  all  sales  and 
deliveries  since  Maximum  Price  Regula- 
tion No.  188  became  applicable  to  those 
sales  and  deliveries.  These  prices  are 
f.  0.  b.  factory  and  sybject  to  a  cash  dis- 
count of  27o  for  payment  within  10  days, 
net  30  days. 

(3)  For  sales  by  persons  other  than  the 
manufacturer,  the  maximum  prices  ap- 
ply to  all  sales  and  deliveries  after  the 
effective  date  of  this  order.  Those  prices 
art  subjtcl  to  each  seller's  oustom&ry 


terms  and  conditions  of  sale  on  sales  of 
similar  articles. 

(4)  If  the  manufacturer  wishes  to 
make  sales  and  deliveries  to  any  other 
class  of  purchaser  or  on  other  terms  and 
conditions  of  sale,  he  must  apply  to  the 
Office  of  Price  Administration,  Wasli- 
Ington.  D.  C.  under  the  Fourth  Pricing 
Method.  §  1499.158  of  Maximum  Price 
Regulation  No.  188.  for  the  establishment 
of  maximum  prices  for  those  sales,  and 
no  sales  or  deliveries  may  be  made  until 
maximum  prices  have  been  authorized 
by  the  Office  of  Price  Administration. 

(b)  The  manufacturer  shall  attach  a 
tag  or  label  to  every  article  for  which  a 


maximum  price  for  sales  to  consumers 
js  established  by  this  order.  That  tag  or 
label  shall  contain  the  following  state- 
ment   with    the   retail   prices   properly 

tilled  in: 

OPA  Retail  Ceiling  Price,  8 

Do  Not  Detach 

ft  At  the  time  of.  or  prior  to.  the 
fii.'-t  invoice  to  each  purchaser  for  resale, 
\hr  seller  shall  notify  the  purchaser  in 
wilting  of  the  maximum  prices  and  con- 
ditions established  by  this  order  for  sales 
i)y  the  purchaser.  This  notice  may  be 
mven  in  any  convenient  form. 

fd>  This  order  may  be  revoked  or 
;\  mended  by  the  Price  Administrator  at 
:aiy  time. 

<e>  This  order  shall  become  effecti\-e 
on  the  31st  day  of  March  1945. 

Ls.sued  this  30th  day  of  Ma