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PUBLICATION  NO:  2575 
REEL  NO:  76 


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FEDERAL  REGISTER 


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VOLUME: 


21 


DATE: January  4,  1956-March  31,-1956 


N?rte:  This  reel  contains  a  Annual  Index  and  Codification  Guide. 


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Volume  21 


1956 


Nos.   1-251 


INDEX 


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ACcroENTS: 
Aircraft: 
Investigation  of  aircraft  accidents.    See  Civil  Aero- 
nautics Board, 
^arch  and  rescue  operations,  availability  of  radio 
frequency  for.    See  Federal  Communications 
;v)mmlssion. 
Railroaos.     See  Interstate  Commerce  Commission. 

ACCOUNTS  BUREAU.     See  Treasury  Department. 

ACREAGE  REiSERVE  PROGRAM;   soil  bank.     See 
Agriculture  u«partment. 

ADMINISTRATIVEXORDER;  excusing  Federal  em- 
ployees from  dirby  Monday,  Deceml^r  24,  1956 
(Memorandum  of  Nbivember  23.4956) ^^___    9239 

ADVISORY  COMMITTEJJB^AND  BOARDS.     See  Com 
mittees  and  boards- 

AERONAUTICS.  NATIONAL  AimSORY  COMMITTEE 
FOR.  See  National  Advisory  Committee  for 
Aeronautics. 

AGRICULTURAL  CONSERVATION  BflOGRAMS.  See 
Agriculture  Department. 

AGRICULTURAL  SURPLUS   COMMODITIES;    deter- 
mination, sale,  etc.    See  A.griculture  Department ; 
(         and  Commodity  Credit  Corporation 

AGRICULTURAL  TRADE  DEVELOPMENT  AND  AS 
SISTANCE  ACT  OP  1954,  administration  of;  des- 
ignation of  International  Cooperation  Administra- 
tion as  agency  to  which  funds  r^uired  for -ocean 
freight  costs  may  be  transferred  by  Commodity 
Credit  Corporation  (Executive  Order  10685) 8261 

AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT: 

See  Commodity  Credit  Corporation. 
Commodity  Exchange  Authority. 

Farmers  Home  Administration.  ' 

Federal  Crop  Insurance  Corporation. 
Forest  Service. 

Rural  Electrification  Administration. 
Soil  Conservation  Service. 
Acreage  reserve  program,  soil  bank.    See  Soil  bank 

program.  * 

Agricultural  conservation  programs.    See  Conserva- 
tion programs. 
Agricultural  Credit  Service;   Director,  fimctions  of. 

See  Organization. 
Agricultural  Stabilization  and  Conservation  Commit- 
tees: 
County  and  community  committees,  selection  and 

functions  of;  regulations 8385,8843 

State  committees;  authority  respecting  marketing 
quota  regulations.    See  Cotton ;  and  Peanuts. 
Alaska: 

Conservation    programs,   agricultural.     See    Con- 
servation programs. 
School  lunch  program.    See  School  lunch  program. 
Special  milk  program.    See  Special  milk  program. 

80000—57 1 


CONTENTS 
Subject  Index.     

Page 
1 

Codification  Guide 

Parallel  Tables  U.  S.  C.—CFR 

196 

240 

AGRICULTURE   DEPARTMENT— Continued  P^ge 

Almonds: 
See  also  Nuts  and  nut  products. 

Marketing  of  almonds  grown  in  California 3416, 

6939, 9382,  9569 
Salable  and  surplus  percentages  during  crop  year 

beginning  July  1,  1956 6221 

Animal  breeds;  recognition  of  breeds  and  books  of   ■ 
record  of  purebred  animals.  Arabian  and  Thor- 
oughbred  horses 7180 

Animal  diseases,  control  of,  etc.: 

Importations,  prohibited  and  restricted: 

Foot-and-mouth     disease.     See    Rinderpest     or 

foot-and-mouth  disease. 
Hay,  straw,  and  similar  material,  importation  into 
United  States  from  tick-infested  areas ;  sani- 
tary control 4518,^791 

Rinderpest  or  foot-and-mouth  disease: 

Designation  of  countries  where  disease  exists: 
proposed  determination  of  nonexistence 
of  disease  in  Sweden,  and  providing  ,for 
importation  of  specified  animals  and  prod- 

■  ucts  from  that  country "    6716 

Organs,  glands,  extracts,  or  secretions  of  rumi- 
nants or  swine;  prohibited  importation, 
except  for  pharmaceutical  or   biological 

purposes .-___  995,  1766 

Interstate  transportation  of  aaimals  and  poultry: 
General  provisions;  interstate  movement  of  dis- 
eased animals  generally  prohibited 5183 

Prohibition   of   movement   of   animals   infected 
with    various    diseases,    from    quarantined 
areas: 
Brucellosis  (Bangs  disease)   in  domestic  ani- 
mals     5183, 10472 

Hog  cholera,  swine  plague,  etc.,  swine  diseases; 
vesicular  exanthema: 
Designation  of  areas  in  which  swine  are  af- 
fected with  disease 3,  417,  786, 

1165. 1461, 1743, 2230, 2611,  3005.  3923,  4339, 
5043,  5435,  5861,  6748.  7051.  7650,  8143,  9594 
Non-quartintined  area,  movement  of  swine 
and  products  from;  expiration  of  provi- 
sions respecting  swine  fed  raw  garbage..      577 
Vehicles  and  facilities,, cleaning  and  dism- 

fecting   1 7980 

Paratuberculosis  (Johne's  disease)  in  domestic 

animals 5183,  5187 

Psittacosis  or  ornithosis  in  pwultry;  proposed 
restriction  on  interstate  movement  because 
of ' 5065,  9724 


ANNUAL  INDEX,   1956 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  ^^« 

Animal  diseases,  control  of,  etc.— Continued 

Interstate  transportation  of  animals  and  poultry- 
Continued  ,  ,        ,       ,    ,      4   J 

Prohibition   of   movement   of    animals    infected 
with    various    diseases,    from    quarantined 
areas — Continued 
Scabies  in  cattle;   area  quarantined   in  Colo- 

rado • 9244.10265,10471 

Vesicular'exanthema.    See  Hog  cholera,  swine 
plague,  etc.  * 

Viruses,  serums,  toxins,  etc.: 

Anti-hog-cholera  serum.    See  Hog  cholera.    . 
Hog  cholera;  anti-hog-cholera  serum  and  hog- 
•  cholera  virus: 

Handling  of,  in  interstate  and  foreign  com- 
merce : 
Budget  of  expenses  and  rates  of  assessment 

for  calendar  year  1956 4293,5342 

Order    regulating    handling,    proposed    rule 

making 4519,  4520.  8326.  8411 

'  Production  and  testing,  etc.: 

Anti-hog-cholera    serum,    preparation    pro- 
cedure; preservatives 4259.  5965 

Hog-cholera    virus,    general    requirements. 

for  inoculating  purposes 4259.  5965 

Licensed  establishments,  requirements  for;  meth- 
ods respecting   preparation  of   hog -cholera 

virus  for  inoculating  purposes 4259.  5965 

Apples : 

See  also  Fruits  and  berries. 

Standards,  for  fresh  apples -- 5084 

Apricots: 

See  also  Fruits  and  berries. 

Marketing  of  apricots  grown  in  Washington  (de^g- 

nated  counties) 9*^74 

Standards: 

Canned   apricots;   proposed   revision .-     3624 

Fresh  apricots 9935 

Asparagus : 
See  also  Vegetables. 

Standards,  for  canned  asparagus;  proposed  revi- 
sion  643.  2245 

Authority,  delegations  of: 

See  also  Organization,  functions,  and  authority. 
Prom  Commodity  Credit  Corporation;  Director  and 
Chief  of  Fiscal  Division  of  CSS  Commodity  Of- 
fices, authority  with  respect  to  letters  of  credit.     5659 
Prom  General  Services  Administration  to  Secretary 
respecting  contracts: 
For  management  consulting  services  in  connec- 
tion wRh  activities  of  Forest  Service 757,  8035 

Payments  in  connection  with  contracts  negoti- 
ated without  advertising 7420 

From  SecretaiT  to  Chief  and  Acting  Chief.  Forest 
Service;  procurement  of  management  consult- 
ing services  by  contracts .-  1680,  8411 

Avocados: 

See  also  Fruits  and  berries. 

Imports,  restrictions  on_._  — 3328.  3579,  4257 

Marketing  of  avocados  grown  in  South  Florida 78, 

1655,   1780.   2409.  3082,  6695,  6831,   7368,  9383 

Container  regulatioae 4514,  6269.  8142.  9990 

Maturity  regulations..  3307.  3488.  5409,  6329.  8969.  9990 
Bankhead-Jones  Farm  Tenant  Act.  lands  acquired  or 

administered  under.    See  Lands. 
Barley : 

See  also  Grains. 

Standards - — -1—  368,  822,  1887 

Beans,  dry  edible: 

Parity   prices "61 

Standards;  revision 1530,2461,2650 

Beans,  lima : 

See  also  Vegetables. 

Standards,  for  frozen  limas;  proposed  rule  making.     8777 
Beef.    See  Meats  and  meat  products. 

Beeswax;  parity  prices 761 

Beet  greens: 
See  also  Vegetables. 

Standards,  for  fresh  beet  greens 6677,  8042 

Beet  sugar.    See  Sugar. 
Berries.    See  Fruits  and  berries. 

Blackberries  and  similar  berries  (boysenberries,  dew- 
berries, loganberries,  young  berries,  etc.) : 
See  also  Prulta  and  berries. 
Standards,  for  canned  berries 5806.8309 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  p«8« 

Boysenberries.    See  Blackberries  and  similar  berries. 

Broomcorn;  parity  prices 761 

Buckwheat;  parity  prices 761 

Bulbs,  flower.    See  Flowers  and  flower  bulbs. 

Butter.    See  Etoiry  products. 

Cabbage: 

See  also  Vegetables. 

Diversion    program,    for    domestic    consumption; 

purchase  program ^ 3162,9682 

Cane  sugar.    See  Sugar. 
Cauliflower: 

See  also  Vegetables. 

Marketing  of  cauliflower  grown  in  Colorado  (cer- 
tain designated  counties) 5419,6113 

Limitation  of  shipments 6088 

Cheese.    See  Dairy  products. 

Chemicals,  pesticide;  tolerances  and  exemptions  from 
tolerances  for  residues  on  raw  agricultural  com- 
mqfiities.    See  main  heading  Food  and  Drug  Ad- 
ministration. 
Cherokee  National  Forest: 
Inclusion  of  certain  forest  lands  transferred  from   ^ 
Tennessee  Valley  Authority  (Executive  Order 

10683,    10684) 8251,8254 

Transfer  of  use,  possession  and  control  of  certain 

lands  to  Teruiessee  Valley  Authority , 1564 

Cherries : 

See  also  Fiuits  and  berries. 

Diversion  program,  for  domestic  consumption ;  pur- 
chase program  for  canned  red  tart  pitted  cher- 
ries  - - ..____   3462,  3728 

Marketing  of  sweet  cherries  grown  in  Washington 
(designated    counties),    proposed    marketing 

agreement  and  order 10178 

Standards : 
Canned  sweet  cherries;  proposed  rule  making.—    4413 

Fresh  sweet  cherries ;  revision 2371 

Chickens.    See  Poultry  and  products. 
Christmas  trees  and  greens;  inspection  and  certifica- 
tion  ^ 1343, 2325. 7624,  9553 

Citrus  fruits  (grapefruit,  lemons,  limes,  oranges,  and 
tangerines ) : 
See  aZso. Fruits  and  berries. 
Export  program,  for  fresh  and  processed  oranges 

and  grapefruit 603,1694.2028.2509,5567 

Imports,  restrictions  on: 

Grapefruit 6085 

Limes -r 4514 

Marketing  of  citrus  fruits  grown  in  various  States: 
^      Arizona: 

Grapefruit 8654 

Limitation  of  shipments 449. 

921,  1818,  3001,  7846,  7992.  9989 

Lemons 417.  3115,  4393.  9996 

Limitation  of  shipments 130,  289, 

448  626.  786,  987,  1121,  1261,  1414,  1527, 
1697,  1716.  1817,  2040,  2269  2432,  2477,  2600, 
2746  3000,  3159..  3306,  3620.  3740.  3967.  4226, 
4256.  4270,  4513.  4854.  5032  5130,  5257,  5479, 
5682,  5821,  5988,  6010,  6085,  6222,  6268,  6367, 
6405,  6607.  6814,  6886,  6969,  7021,  7209,  7479, 
7667,  7829.  7846,  8081,  8099,  8231.  8284.  8432. 
8754,  8969,  9054,  9164,  9403,  9740,  9989,  10182 
Oranges : 

Navel  oranges.-^ 2743. 

3114. 5989, 6636, 9327. 9594. 10173 

Limitation  of  shipments 127, 

288,  446,  625,  784,  861.  986,  1119.  1261. 
1409.  1414.  1527,  1675,  1694,  1817,  2037,  2267. 
2429,  2599,  2650,  2743,  2997.  3157.  3617,  4707, 
8431,  8653.  8752.  8967.  9053,  9162,  9400,  9716, 
9740.  9787.  9987.  10005,  10265,  10289,  10467 

Valencia  oranges 2384. 

3022.  3460,  4072.  4392.  6084,  6679,  8326 
Limitation  of  shipments. .  2038,  2268,  2429,  2599. 
2717,  2743,  2999,  3157,  3305,  3619.  3739,  3964, 
3965,  4255,  4509,  4708,  4709,  4852.  5032,  5254, 
5479.  5672,  5820,  6010,  6085,  6221,  6403,  6606. 
6813.  6967,  7209,  7478,  7665.  7827,  8080,  8312 
California: 
Grapefruit  (Imperial  and  Riverside  Coun- 
ties)   8654 

Limitation  of  shipments 449, 

921. 1818.  3001.  7846.  8992.  9989 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  ^^^e 

Citrus  fruits  (grapefruit,  lemons,  limes,  oranges,  and 
Tangerines)  — Continued 
Marketing    of    citrus    fruits    grown    in    various 
States — Contiriued 
California — Continued 

Lemons 417,  3115,  4393,  9996 

Limitation  of  shipments 130,  289, 

448,  626.  786,  987.  1121,  1261,  1414.  1527, 
1697,  1716,  1817,  2040,  22^9.  2432,  2477,  2600, 
2746.  3000.  3159.  3306,  3620.  3740.  3967.  4226, 
4256,  4270,  4513.  4854.  5032.  5130.  5257,  5479. 
5682,  5821.  5988.  6010.  6085,  6222,  6268,  6367, 
6405,  6607.  6814,  6886,  6969,  7021,  7209,  7479, 
7667.  7829,  7846,  8081.  8099,  8231,  8284,  8432, 
8754,  8969,  9054,  9164,  9403,  9740,  9989,  10182 
Oranges : 

Navel   oranges 2473. 

3114.  5989,  6636.  9327,  9594,  10173 

3  Limitation  of  shipments 127, 

288,  446,  625,  784,  861.  986.  1119,  1261.  1409, 
1414.  1527,  1675,  1694,  1817,  2037,  2267,  2429, 
2599,  2650,  2743,  2997,  3157.  3617,  4707.  8431. 
8653.  8752.  8967,  9053,  9162.  9400.  9716,  9740. 
9787,  9987.  10005.  10265.  10289.  10467. 

Valencia  oranges 2384, 

3022,  3460,  4072,  4392.  6084,  6679,  8326 

Limitation  of  shipments 2038, 

2268,  2429,  2599,  2717,  2743,  2999,  3157.  3305, 
3619,  3739.  3964,  3965,  4255,  4509,  4708,  4709. 
4852,  5032.  5254,  5479,  5672,  5820,  6010,  6085, 
6221,  6403,  6606,  6813,  6967,  X209.  7478.  7665, 
7827,  8080.  8312. 
Florida: 

Grapefruit 1 9327,    10173 

Limitation  of  shipments 128, 

447.  784,  1119,  1412,  1695,  2038,  2430,  2744. 
3157,  3305.  3620.  3966,  6969,  7479,  7828,  8230, 
8753,  9163,  9402,  10007. 

Limes 2895,  3413,  5447,  5780,  6637.  9328 

Quality  and  size  regulation *.. 1819, 

2650,  3872.  4256,  5033,  5821,  6159.   7021,  9741 

Oranges 9327,  10173 

Limitation  of  shipments 129,  447,  785, 

1119.  1413.  1695,  2039,  2430,  2745,  3158,  3619, 
3966,  7478,  7828,  8230,  8752,  9163,  9401    10006 

Tangerines 9327,  10173 

Liimitation  of  shipments : 130, 

448,  576,  785,  1121,  1413,  1696,  2040,  2431,  2745, 
3159.  3306.  7829,  8231,  8753,  9164,  9402,  10008 

Standards: 
Grajjefruit  juice: 

Dehydrated 1065 

Frozen  concentrated;  revision 2981,  9284 

Limeade,  frozen  concentrate  for 6198.  7513 

Orange  juice: 

Canned;  revision 983 

Chilled;  proposed 871 

Dehydrated 604 

Oranges  (California  and  Arizona) 7187,  8845 

»  Colorado,  State  Board  of  Stock  Inspection  Commis- 
sioners; authorization  to  charge  and  collect  fees 
at  certain  posted  stockyai'ds  for  inspection  of 

brands,  marks,  etc 1735.  5337 

Committees:,  ''\ 

County  and  community  committe?5r\&|f  Agricul-  . 
tural  Stabilization  and  Conservat^^  Commit- 
tees. 
State  committees;  authority  respecting  marketing 
quota  regulations.    See  Cotton ;  and  Peanuts. 
Conservation  programs,  agricultural: 
Alaska: 

1956  program: 

Covmty  funds 9789 

Practices  carried  out  with  State  or  Federal  aid-  _     12iB2 
Responsibility  for  technical  phases  of  practices, 
streambank  protection  to  prevent  erosion 
of  farmland 2299 

1957  program . 5789 

Hawaii: 

1956  program: 

Allocation  of  funds 9789 

Assigrmients '. 1262 

Practices  carried  out  with  State  or  Federal  aid.     1262 

l»57  program 6814 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  Page 

Conservation  programs,  agricultural — Continued 
National  programs: 

1955  program: 

Applications  and  required  Information;   time 

and  marmer  of  filing 1261 

Cost-sharing,  prior  request  for 1717 

Vegetative  cover,  establishment  of: 

Additional  acreage  for  green  manure  and  for 

protection  from  erosion 4998 

Practices  to  establish  and  or  improve 1261 

To  protect  cropland 2651 

1956  program: 

Application  and  required  information,  filing  of _     9789 

Emergency  wind  erosion  control  measures 2372. 

-  4999,  5638 

State  funds * 9102 

Vegetative  cover,  establishment  of: 

For  green  manure  and  for  protection  from 

erosion 4999 

For  summer  protection,  etc.,  from  erosion 49^ 

To  protect  cropland 2651 

1957  program 5034,5480 

Naval  stores: 

1955  program;   practices  defeating  purp>oses  of 
program 7650 

1956  program;   practices   defeating   purposes  of 
program 1 10174 

1957  program 5611 

Puerto  Rico: 

1956  program 289,  1718,  9789 

1957  program 8755 

Virgin  Islands: 

1956  program;  practices  carried  out  with  State 

or  Federal  aid 1262 

1957  program 8763 

Conservation  reserve  program,  soil  bank.     See  Soil 

bank  program. 
Contracts: 
For  management  consulting  services  in  connection 
with  activities  of  Forest  Service;  authority  of 

Secretary 757,  8035 

Redelegation  to  Chief,  Forest  Service 1680,  8411 

Payments  in  connection  with  contracts  negotiated 

/  .  without  advertising;  authority  of  Secretary 7420 

Corn: 
'See  also  Grains. 
Marketing  quotas,  acreage  allotments,  etc.:    • 

1955  crop;  county  acreage  allotments,  announce- 
ment of 1636 

1956  crop: 

Acreage  allotments 574.  7612 

Commercial  corn-producing  area,  acreage  al- 
lotments;  proclamation 763 

1957  crop: 

Acreage  allotments 8913,  9737.  10365 

Commercial  corn-producing  area 8227,  8423,  8967 

Referendum  among  producers,  notice  of 8834 

Price  support  program.    See  main  heading  Com- 
modity Credit  Corporation.  , 
Soil  bank  program.    See  under  Soil  bank  program. 
Cotton : 
Classification,  under  cotton  futures  legislation: 
Administration;  supervision  of  cotton  inspection.    3283, 

4904 
Certificates,  cotton  class: 

Invalidity  of  certificates 3283,  4904 

Reissuance  of  Form  C  certificates,  .or  transfer 

certificates;    deletion 3283,4904 

Classification  requests;  Micronaire  determination 

request  incidental  to  clarification  request—    3283. 
'  4904 

Classification  reviews  and  Micronaire  determina- 
tions : 

Applications,  filing  of — >  32g3,  4904 

Bale  classification,  changing  of;  deletion..  3283,  4904 
Classification  review;  notation  on  certificate—   3283. 
,  4904 

Costs  of  classification  and  certification;  fees: 
Certificate,  new,  issued  in  substitution  for  prior 

certificate , 3284,  4904 

For  supervision  of  transfer  of  cotton;  deletion.   3284. 

J  4904 
Delayed  classification;  obligations  or  person  mak- 
ing tender 6689 

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ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT--€ontinued  P«8« 

Cotton — Continued 
Classification,   under  cotton  futures   legislation — 
Continued 
Inspection   and   samples;    removal   of   original 

samples 3283.4904 

Price  quotations  and  differences;  duties  of  quota- 
tion   committee — ^ 6689 

Transfers  of  cotton,  supervision  of 3283,  4904 

Clajsification  and  market  news  services  for  organ- 
ized groups  of  producers 263, 1847 

Imports  of  long-staple  cotton:  modification  of  im- 
port restrictions  (Proclamation  3145) 4995 

Marketing  quotas,  farm,  acreage  allotments,  etc.: 
Extra  long  staple  cotton: 

1936  crop 3689,5173 

Referendum  results 287 

1957  crop 6716,7931,8275.9627 

Referendum  among  growers,  direction  con- 
cerning       8466 

ife        Upland  cotton: 

^  jS56  crop 3689.5164,6512 

Referendum  results 287 

1957  crop 5063,7817.8077,9630 

Referendunj  among  growers,  direction  con- 
cerning      8466 

Parity    prices . 761 

Price  support  program.     See  main  heading  Com- 
modity Credit  Corporation. 
Soil  bank  program.    See  under  Soil  bank  program. 
Standards :  , 

Administrative  provisions: 
Contract  disputes,  adjustment  of;  redesigns - 

tion - 3458.  4847 

Cotton  linters 3458,4847 

Licensed  classifiers -  3458,  4847 

Practical  forms  of  cotton  standards__= —  1409,4904 
Reviews;  change  of  classification,  only  for  er- 
ror, deletion^ — —  3284,4904 

American  Egyptian  cotton;  revision 3186.4903 

American  Upland  cotton:  strict  good  middling. 

proposed  rule  making ^ 5141,  5669 

Cotton  linters -  4293.4849 

Fiber  fineness  and  maturity  of  American  upland 

cotton,  correction : ,•_       861 

Length  of  staple;  editorial  changes 1409 

State  Agricultural  Stabilization  and  Conservation 
Committees ;  notice  of  redelegation  of  final  au- 
thority with  respect  to  1955  and  1956  upland 
cotton  marketing  quota  regfjlations  by  various 
State  committees: 

Alabama 1077.  2291 

California . 1189 

North  Carolina 1077 

South  Carolina 1077 

Storage  of  cotton,  warehouses  and  warehousemen 
licensed  and  bonded  under  United  States  Ware- 
house Act  for;  list . 1297 

Cottonseed,  sold  or  offered  for  sale  for  cru.shing  pur- 
poses; inspection,  sampling  and  certification: 
Definitions;     designation    of    official    certificates, 
memoranda,  marks,  other  identifications,  and 
devices  for  purposes  of  Agricultural  Market- 
ing Act 2300,2967 

Pees,  for  review  of  grading  of  cottonseed .-__  2300.  2967 

C  jwpeaf .    See  Peas. 
Cranberries: 

See  also  Fmi/ks  and  berries. 

Standards,  consumer,  for  fresh  cranberries 3229,5031 

rream.     See  Dairy  products.  , 

Cucumbers: 
See  also  Vegetables. 

Marketing  of  cucumbers  grown  in  Florida.  2689,  7958.  8368 
Currants: 

See  also  Fruits  and  berries. 

Standards,  for  dried  currants : 6555 

Dairy  products  (butter,  cheese,  cream,  milk  and  milk 
products) : 
Functions  respecting  Inspection  and  grading.    See 
under  Organization. 

Grading  and  inspection,  etc..  redeslgnation 1890 

Definitions;  "Official  Identification"  deletion 693 

Designation  of  official  certificates,  memoranda, 
etc.,  for  purposes  of  Agricultural  Marketing 
Act 693 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Continuttd  P<«« 

Dairy   products    (butter,   cheese,   cream,   milk   and 
milk  products) — Continued 
Grading  and  inspection,  etc.,  redeslgnation — Con. 

Pees,  for  laboratory  analyses.: ^  694 

Graded  product,  disposition  of  samples  of 694 

Service,  debarment  of 695' 

Marketing  of  milk  in  various  marketing  and  sales 
areas.    See  Milk  and  milk  products. 

Parity  prices 761 

Standards,  for  Cheddar  cheese 648, 1889,  2167 

Dates : 

See  also  Fruits  and  berries. 

Diversion  programs,  for  domestic  consumption; 
payment  programs : 

1955  marketing  season  (November  1.  1955-Octo- 
.     ber  1,  1956) ;  eligibility  for  payment,  eligible 

dates 1067 

1956  marketing  season  ^October  6.  1936-Ssptem- 
ber30,  1957) 7711 

Marketing  of  domestic  dates  produced  or  packed  in 
California  (Los  Angeles  and  Riverside  Coun- 
ties)   — 5113,5611,5638.6995 

Free,  restricted  and  withholding  percentages  for 

1956-57  crop  year 5847.6367 

Debt  settlement: 

Delegations  of  authority 3213 

Forms  and  records 3213 

Indebtedness,  settlement  of.  by  cancellation  with- 

ou{,  application,  under  certain  circumstances..    3213 
Dewberries.     See  Blackberries  and  similar  berries. 
Disaster  areas: 
Designation  of  counties  in  various  States  as  areas 
having  need  for  agricultural  credit: 

Alabama _ __  874, 1277 

Arizona i 753.  4052.  7656 

Arkansas   1277 

California -^ 227.  547. 1152. 1496 

Colorado.. __ 1392,  9300,  10346 

Connecticut 503 

Florida t. :..  654.  9780 

Georgia , 775.  1277 

Idaho _ --^^^ 753. 1392.  2898,  4686 

Illinois. 1277 

Indiana.. 1277 

Iowa 1277.  8200 

Kansas 118.  3882.  4297.  5432.  5659.  6682, 

6845.  6941.  7260.  7656,  8244.  9682,  9955.  10346 

Louisiana 227,  8778 

Maine  ._ 504 

Michigan !_ 874,  2665.  4052,  8412 

Minnesota , 1277 

Missi^ippi 1277 

Missouri , 1277 

Montana 8545 

Nebraska .__ 1277.  8244.  8545 

Nevada 339,  4322,  9587 

New  Mexico 86,  1467.  3728,  3882,  5432,  6682,  7260 

New  York-__ 1664 

North  Dakota 824.  6519 

Ohio ..„  1277.  7494,  8244.  8441 

Oklahoma 86.  1467. 

3827.  4322.'  6682.   6845.  6941.  7260.  7656.  8244 

Oregon 227.  339,  1152,  1208,  1392.  1786.  1940,  10433 

Pennsylvania . , 8304 

■  South  Carolina 753.  1277 

South  Dakota 614.  1277.  5635.  8371.  8545.  8778 

Texas ^ 1555.  3728.  5432,  5659,  6682. 

6941,  7010.  7259,  7260.  7833.  8245,  9682,   10346 

Utah. 699.  4687,  6200,  7259,  8545.  9300.  9587 

Virginia. 775, 1208 

Wttiihington _ 1152. 

1208.  1392.  1427.  1555.  1786.  1940.  2897,  10433 

West  Virginia _ 753 

Wyoming. 753.  2456,  8778 

Puerto  Rico,  functions  with  respect  to  hurricane 

relief  loans  for , 7580 

Disinfectants,  recommended  for  hard  water  areas. 

See  Insecticides. 
District  of  Columbia: 
School  lunch  program.    See  School  lunch  program. 
Special  milk  program.    See  Special  milk  program. 
Domestic    consumption    programs.    See    CabbAge; 
Cherries;  Dates;  Plums;  Potatoes;  and  Sweet- 
potatoes. 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  Page 

Dried  fruits.    iSee  Currants;  Dates;  Figs;  Prunes;  and 

Raisins. 
Ducks.    See  Poultry  and  products. 
Economic  pwisons.    See  Insecticides. 
Eggs  and  egg  products: 

Egg  products,  grading  and  inspection  of: 

Forms;   application  for  grading  and  inspection 

service 1600,  2032 

Grading  and  inspection,  rules  governing: 

Definitions ;  "eggs  of  current  production".  1600,  2028 

Fees  and  charges 1600,  2028 

Identifying  and  marking  products 1600,  2028 

Sanitary  requirements 1600,  2029 

Parity  prices,  for  eggs 761 

Shell  eggs;  grading- and  inspection: 
Forms  and  instructions;  application  for  grading 

service : 2984.  5208 

Grading  and  inspection: 
Application  for  grading  service;   on  resident 

grading  basis . 2984,  5207 

Definitions;  "resident" 2984.  5207 

Facility  requirements;  applicability  of  facility 

and  operating  requii-ements 2984,  5208 

Fees  and  charges: 

Fees  for  appeal  grading. J 2984,  5207 

On  resident  grading  basis 2984,  5207 

Grading  certificate;  issuance 2984,  5208 

Electrification  and  telephone  programs,  rural;  func- 
tions respecting 3393 

Export  and  domestic  consumption  programs.     See 
Cabbage;  Cherries;  Citrus  fruits:  Dates;  Plums; 
Potatoes;  Poultry;  and  Sweetpotatoes. ^ 
Exports: 
Citrus  fruits.    See  Citrus  fruits. 
Meats  and  meat  products;  meat  inspection  regu- 
lations respecting.    iSee  Meats  and  meat  prod- 
ucts. 
Overtime  work  relating  to  exports  of  agricultural 
commodities  at  border  pwrts,  seajjorts,  and  air- 
ports; commuted  travel  time,  revision  to  delete 
certain  ports  and  stations,  add  newly  estab- 
lished ports  and  stations,  and  readjust  com- 
muted time  allowances  at  certain  other  points.    3865 
Poultry  (broilers,  fowl,  ducks,  and  turkeys).    See 
Poultry  and  products. 
Feed,  livestock : 

Diversion  of  fresh  Irish  potatoes  for  use  as.    See 

Potatoes. 
Functions  respecting  feed  programs: 

Emergency  livestock  feed  programs 7351 

Emergency  livestock  hay  and  roughage  feed  pro- 
gram     7351 

Field  peas.    See  Peas. 
Figs: 
See  also  Fruits  and  berries. 

Marketing  of  dried  figs  produced  in  California 3800. 

5376. 5970, 6140. 6887,  7491, 7649, 7650, 7715, 8140 
Filberts: 

See  also  Nuts  and  nut  products. 
Marketing  of  filberts  grown  in  Oregon  and  Wash- 
ington     7790 

Pack    specifications    and    minimum    standards. 

modification  of 590,  1005 

Salable,  surplus  and  withholding  percentages  dur- 
ing fiscal  year  l)egirming  August  1,  1956 6970 

Fish  (marine  food) : 

Inspection  and  certification — 445 

Standards,  for  frozen  fried  fish  sticks 2687,  5475 

Fish  sticks.     See  Fish. 
Flour,  potato.    See  Potatoes. 

Flowers  and  flower  bulbs;  inspection  and  certifica- 
tion  1343,  2325,  7624,  9553 

Food  and  food  commodities: 
See  also  specific  commodities.  • 
Functions  respecting  determination  and  proclama- 
tion of  agricultural  commcxlities  in  excess  sup- 
ply  5991 

Sales   and   exportation   of   commodities   acquired 
through  price  support  operations.    See  Surplus 
agricultural  commodities. 
Foreign  currencies,  sales  of  surplus  agricultural  com- 
modities for.    See  Surplus  agricultural  commcxli- 
ties. 
Fruit  preserves,  and  Jams;  standards,  proposed  rule 

making 1451, 2511 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  Page 

Fruits  and  vegetables: 
Diversion    programs,    for    domestic    consumption. 

See  Cherries;  Dates;  and  Plums. 
Export  program,  for  citrus  fruits.    See  Citrus  fruits. 
Imports,  restrictions  on.    See  Avocados;  and  Citrus 

fruits.  ^ 

Inspection  and  certification: 

Fresh  fruits  and  berries 7624.  9553 

Amendments  prior  to  revision 1343,  2325 

Processed  fruits  and  berries: 

Approved  identification 445 

Definitions;  term  "Act"  defined 446 

Designation  of  official  certificates,  memoranda, 
marks,  other  identifications,  and  devices 
for    purposes    of    Agricultural    Marketing 

Act 445 

Redeslgnation  of  certain  sections .. 445 

Marketing  of  various  fruits.  See  Apricots;  Avo- 
cados; Cherries;  Citrus  fruits;  Dates;  Figs; 
Grapes;  Peaches;  Pears;  Plums;  Prunes;  and 
Raisins. 

Parity  prices ^ 761 

Quarantine  notices  respecting^    See  Plant  quaran- 
tine. 
Standards,  for  fresh  and   processed  fruits.     See 
Apples;  Apricots;  Blackberries;  Cherries;  Citrus    . 
fruits;  Cranberries;  Currants;  Fruit  preserves; 
Grapes;  Peaclies;  Pineapples;  Plums;  Prunes; 
and  Raisins. 
Fungicides.    See  Insecticides. 

Garrison  Dam  and  Reservoir  Project,  North  Dakota: 
transfer  of  certain  lands  acquired  by  Secretary  of 
Agriculture  under  Bankhead -Jones  Farm  Tenant  ' 
Act  to  Army  Department  for  use  in  connection 

with  Project 2573 

Geese.     See  Poultry  and  products. 

Germicides,  recommended  for  hard  water  areas.    See 

Insecticides,  etc. 
Grains: 

Grain  seeds.    See  Seeds. 

Marketing  quotas,  farm."  acreage  allotments,  etc. 

See  Corn;  Rice;  and  Wheat.  * 

Parity  prices ; 761 

Price  support  programs,  for  various  grains.     See 

main  heading  Commodity  Credit  Corporation. 

Soil  bank  program.    See  under  Soil  bank  program. 

Standards:  ^^v  . 

General     provisions;     Department     fees  "   and 

charges ^ 7623.  9161 

Overtime  services  relating  to  grain  inspection  on 

appeal;  inspection  for  export 7624.  9161 

Various  grains: 

Barley 368.  822,  1887 

Wheat;  proposed  rule  making 9432 

Storage  of  grains,  warehouses  and  warehousemen 
licensed  and  bonded  vmder  United  States  Ware- 
house Act  for;  list 1301 

Grape  juice.    See  Grapes. 

Grapefruit.    See  Citrus  fruits. 

Grapefruit  juice.    See  Citrus  fniits.  , 

Grapes: 

See  also  Fruits  and  berries. 

Marketing  of  Tokay  grapes  grown  in  California-  6394,  6395 
Standards,  for  frozen  grape  juice  concentrate;  pro- 
posed       1274 

Grazing  on  I'nd  designated  as  acreage  reserve.    See 

Soil  ban     program. 
Greens.    See  Beet  greens:  and  Spinach. 
Greens,  Christmas.    See  Christmas  trees  and  greens. 
Guam;  school  lunch  program.    iSee  School  lunch  pro- 
gram. 
Guineas.    See  Poultry  and  products.  - 

Hard  water  areas,  germicides,  disinfectants,  and  sani- 

tizers  recommended  for.    See  Insecticides. 
Hawaii : 
Conservation  programs,  agricultural.    See  Conser- 
vation programs. 
Quarantine  notices  respecting  fruits  and  vegetables 

from.    See  Plant  quarantine. 
School  lunch  program.    See  School  lunch  program. 
Sr>ecial  milk  program.    See  Special  milk  program. 
Sugar  requirements  and  quotas.    See  Sugar. 
Hay.  straw,  etc. : 
Imported  from  tick-lnfested  areas,  sanitary  control 
of.   See  Animal  diseases,  etc. 


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ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  '^e^ 

Hay,  straw,  etc. — Continued 

Parity  prices,  for  baled  hay 761 

Hemp  line,  and  hemp  tow,  grading  of;  deletion..  2300,  2967 
Honey; 

Inspection  and  certiflcation 445 

Parity,  prices 761 

Standards,     for     comb     honey;     proposed     revi- 
sion  2627.    5236 

Hops:  parity  prices ,       761 

Imports: 
Animals  and  animal  products.    See  Animal  diseases. 

control  of.  etc. 
Hay,  straw,  etc..  Imported  from  tick-infested  areas, 
sanitary  control  of.    See  Animal  diseases,  con- 
•  trol  of,  etc. 
Import  quotas  and  fees:,  various  commodities:   . 
Cotton,  long-staple;  modification  of  import  re- 

stHctions  (Proclamation  3145) ^ 4995 

Peanuts,   Virginia-type,   modification   of   import 

restrictions  (Proclamation  3152) -     6595 

Insecticides,  etc.    See  Insecticides.  , 

Meats  and  meat  products;  meat  inspection  regula- 
tions respecting.    See  Meats  and  meat  prod- 
ucts. 
Overtime  work  relating  to  imports  of  agricultural 
commodities  at  border  ports,  feeaport,  and  air- 
p>orts;  commuted  travel  time^j^vision  to  delete 
certain  ports  and  stations,  add  newly  estab- 
lished ports  and  stations,  and  readjust  com-  , 
muted  time  allowances  at  certain  other  points.     3865 
Restrictions,   on   imports   of   certain   agricultural 
commodities.     See    Avocados:    Citrus    fruits; 
Potatoes:  Sugar;  and  Tomatoes.  i 

Insecticides,  etc.  (economic  poisons),  regulations  for 
enforcement  of  Federal  Insecticide,   Fungicide, 
and  Rodenticide  Act: 
Germicides,   disinfectants,   and   sanitizers   recom- 
mended for  hard  water  areas,  interpretation 

concerning  labeling  claims  for ,    7020 

Imports;  declaration,  deletion  of  "made  before  a 

United  States  consular  officer" 3335 

Inspection  and  certification: 
See  also  specific  cojiunodities. 
Meat  inspection  regulations.    See  Meats  rfnd  meat 
products. 
International    Sugar    Agreement,    participation    in. 

See  Sugar. 
Jams.     See  Fruit  preserves  and  jams. 
Lamb.    See  Meats  and  meat  product^. 
Lands: 

Grazing  on  lands  designated  as  acreage  reserve. 

See  Soil  bank  program.  , 

Transfer  of  use,  possession,  etc.,  of  certain  lands: 
Cherokee  National  Forest:    . 

Inclusion  of  certain  forest  land»  transferred 
from  Tennessee  Valley  Authority  (Execu- 
tive Order  10683.  10684) 8251,  8254 

Transfer  of  use,  p)osse,s.sion  and  control  of  cer- 
tain lands  to  Tennessee  Valley  Authority—     1564 
North    Dakota:    certain    lands    acquired    under 
^  Bankhead-Jones  Farm  Tenant  Act,  transfer 

.    of: 
To  Army  Department  for  use  in  connection  with 

Garrison  Dam  and  Reservoir  Project 2573 

To  Interior  Department  for  use,  administration 

and  exchange  under  Taylor  Grazing  Act_-  10417 
Oregon  and  California  Railroad  grant  lands  and 
national  forest  lands,  exchange  of  adminis- 
trative jurisdiction  of 4525. 

4528.  4531.  4977,  5067.  5068,  8123,  8513,  8980 
Lemons.     See  Citrus  fruits.  -, 

Lima  beans.     See  Beans,  lima. 
Limes.    See  Citrus  fruits.  -      .         , 

Livestock: 

Breeds,  recognition  of.     See  Animal  breeds. 
Feed : 
Diversion  of.  fresh  Irish  potatoes  for  use  as.    See 
V  Potatoes. 

Functions    of    Secretary    respecting    feed    pro- 

"  grams 7351 

Grazing  on  lands  designated  as  acreage  reserves. 

See  Soil  bank  program. 
Importation  of.  or  interstate  movement  of,  from 
areas  quarantined  because  of  animal  diseases. 
See  Animal  diseases. 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT — Continuttd  >'<'8» 

Livestock:— Continued 

Inspection,  for  brands,  marks,  etc..  fees  for;  author- 
ization to  State  Board  of  Livestock  Inspection 
Commissioners  of  Colorado,  to  charge  and  col- 
lect  1735,  5337 

Parity  prices 761 

Quarantine,  etc.,  for  control  of  animal  diseases.    See 

Animal  diseases. 
Standards,  carcass  and  live  animals.    See  Meats 

and  meat  products,  etc. 
Stockyards;     inspection,    etc.    See    Packers    and 
Stockyards  Branch. 
Loganberries.    See  Blackberries  and  similar  berrfes. 
Maple  sirup.     See  Sirups. 
Maple  sugar.     See  Sugar. 
Margarine.    See  Oleomargarine  or  margarine. 
Marinefood  products;  inspection  and  certification..      445 
MarketfnsL-agreements  and  orders,  for  various  agri- 
cultural  commodities.     See   Almonds;    Apricots: 
Avocados:   Cauliflower;  Cherries;   Citrus  fruits; 
Cucumbers:  Dates;  Figs;  Filberts:  Grapes;  Milk; 
Onions:  Peaches:  Pears;  Peas;  Pecans;  Plums; 
Potatoes;  Prunes;  Raisins;  Tomatoes;  and  Wal- 
nuts. 
Marketing  quotas,  farm,  acreage  allotments,  etc.: 
For  various  agricultural  Commodities.    See  Corn; 
Cotton:  Peanuts:  Rice;  Tobacco;  and  Wheat. 

Marketing  quota  review  regulations,  revision 7917. 

9365.  9716,  9760 
Referenda  on  marketing  quotas,  holding  of;  regu- 
lations, revision. 1604.  3960,  4799,  6889,  8793 

Meats  and  meat  products,  and  livestock: 
Grading  and  certification: 

Administration;   authority,  proposed  rule  mak- 
ing  ^ 135.  871.  3285.  5063 

Appeal  grading  service,  proposed  rule  making..      139. 

871.  3290.  5063 
Charges,  for  grading  service;  proposed  rule  mak- 
ing  140,  871.  3290,  5063 

Definitions,  proposed  rule  making..  134.  871,  3284,  5063 

Errors  in  grading,  proposed  rule  making 141, 

871,  3291,  5063 

Fees  for  grading  services;  mileage  charges 7647 

Grading  service  generally,  proposed  rule  making..     135, 

871.3285,5063 

Identification  cards,  proposed  rule  making 141. 

871,  3291,  5063 

Redesignation  of  headnote 6215 

Meat  inspection  regulations: 
Definitions  and  standards  of  identity: 

Chopped  ham,  identity,  optional  ingredients, 

labeling-. 8970 

Oleomargarine  or  margarine,  identity 7697 

Export,  stamps  and  certificates  special  require- 
ments : 

Animal  casings  for  export . 3801,  6543 

Pork  liver  for  importation  into  France 3801,  6543 

Identification  and  certification  service  for  meat 

and  other  products 2432 

Availability  of  service ._    2432 

Kind- of  service j 2432 

Identifying  prcxlucts: 
Imported  products: 

Eligibility  of  foreign  countries  for  importa- 
tion of  products  into  United  States;  ad- 
dition of  Costa  Rica  to  list ^     1461 

Imported  products  handled  and  transftorted 

as  domestic,  editorial  change 1461 

Specimens  for  laboratory  examination  and 

simi'lar  purposes -. 3801,  6544 

Labeling  products: 

False  or  deceptive  names,  etc 3801,  6542 

Lalsels;   what  to  contain,  when  and  how 

used 3801,  6542 

Marking  products: 
I            Marking   of   meat   food   products   in   cas- 
ings   3801.   6542 

Marking   of   shippthg   containers,   domestic 

meat  labels. 3801,  6542 

Imported  products.    iSee  Identifying  products. 
Inspection : 
Exemption,  for  retail  butchers  and  dealers.   See 
Retail  butchers  and  dealers. 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  p^« 
Meats  and  meat  products,  and  livestock — Continued 
Meat  inspection  regulations — Continued 
Inspection — Continued 
Reinspection  and  preparation  of  products: 
Chemicals,  preservatives,  etc..  use  in  prepara- 
tion of  meat  food  products 3801,  6543 

Glands  and  organs  for  use  in  preparing  phar- 
maceutical, organotherapeutic  or  tech- 
nical products! 5594,  6612 

Pork  and  products  containing  pork,  pre- 
scribed    treatment     to     destroy     tri-    • 

Chirac 3801,  6543 

Processes  to  be  supervised 3801,  6542 

Labeling  products.    See  Identifying  products. 
Marking  products.     See  Identifying  products. 
Retail  butchers  and  dealers,  exemption  from  in- 
spection;  issuance  of  certificate  of  exemp- 
tion  . 3801,  6542 

Packers;  regulations  under  Packers  and  Stockyards 

Act.    See  Packers  and  Stockyards  Branch. 
Standards,  carcass  and  live  animals:. 

Beef  carcasses  (steer,  heifer,  and  cow) 1481 

Cattle,  slaughter 2662,  3449 

Lamb,  yearling,  mutton,  and  mutton  carcasses; 

proposed 8322 

Pork  carcasses 2724, 6215 

Swine 2724,  6215 

Veal  and  calf  carcasses 5503,  6603 

Vealers  and  slaughter  calves . 5506,  6606 

Milk  and  milk  products: 
See  also  Dairy  products. 
Marketing  of,  in  various  marketing  and  sales  areas:     . 

Arizona;  Central  Arizona 2593,  2806,  2840 

Arkansas: 

Central  Arkansas 545.  647,  1163,  1723, 

2593.   2840,   6489,   8193.   8463.   8541    8890,   9383 

Port  Smith 2593.  2806,  2840 

Ozarks 1070.  1902.  2037.  2570.  2806,  2839,  6830 

Delaware:  Wilmington.. 486,  774,  2478,  2795,  3488 

Florida;  Southeastern  Florida 6237 

Idaho;  Inland  Empire 141,  545,  861 

Illinois: 

Chicago 272,  1070, 

1345,  2555,  3327,  5590,  6136,  6535,  7373,  10408 

Quad   Cities 3291 

Termination  of  certain  provisions, 7513 

Indiana: 

Fort  Wayne , 2442,  2792.  2808 

.  Indianapolis.. 739,  1292 

South  Bend-La  Porte...  37,  557,  1451,  1717,  2557,  5970 
Iowa : 

Cedar  Rapids-Iowa  City... 2603,  2808,  2842,  6715 

Council  Bluflfs-Omaha 2603,  2807.  2842 

Dubuque 423,  1530,  2032 

Termination  of  certain  provisions 7513 

North  Central  Iowa 1358,  1781,  5330 

Quad  Cities j. 3291 

Termination  of  certain  provisions 7513 

■  Sioux  City 2603,  2807  2842 

Kansas:    . 

Neosho  Valley 2570.  2806.  2839,  3082 

Southwest  Kansas 2570, 

2806, 2839. 5807.  6516,  6563.  9401 

Topeka 2570.  2806,  2839,  4517.  6973,  7398,  7522 

Wichita 2570,  2806,  2839 

Kentucky : 

Appalachian 499, 

2593.  2806,  2840,  5824,  6767,  7365,  9287 

Louisville 1.^ 955. 

2570,  2806,  2839,  5932.  6301.  7377.  7514.  7766 

Paducah 2570,  2806,  2839,  3969.  8365 

Tri-State : . 499. 

244Z,  2702,  2808,  5695,  5824,  6767,  9908 

Termination  of  certain  provisions .: 7513 

Louisiana: 

New   Orleans .  1128, 

1537,  3023,  3421,  5105.  5421.  5675,  5964,  6886 

Shreveport 2184,  2570,  2604,  2806.  2840,  3967.  4313 

Maryland:  Baltimore ^ 7546,  9193 

Massachusetts : 

Boston   (Greater) 949, 

6327,  8131,  8181,  8405,  9069,  9767,  10466 

Fall  River -. 6748 

Merrimack  Valley 949, 

6329,  7020,  8405,  9069,  9767,  10468 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  P<«« 

Milk  and  milk  products — Continued 
Marketing  of,  in  various  marketing  and  sales  areas — 
Continued 
Massachusetts — Continued 

Springfield 949,  6330,  8405.  9069.  9767.  10469 

Worcester 627,  949,  6330,  8405,  9069,  9767, 10470 

Michigan : 

Battle  Creek -Kalamazoo.,, 8663 

Detroit—  953,  2603,  2807,  2842,  3000,  3936,  6133,  6298 

Muskegon 2603,  2807,  2842.  5871,  9144,  10388 

Upstate  Michigan. 301,950,1387, 

1411,  2603,  2807,  2842,  3064,  6234,  7251,  7430 
Minnesota: 

Duluth -Superior 2809,  9763 

Minneapolis-St.  Paul 108,  534, 

2603,   2604.   2810.   2842,   4932.   5652,  5714,   7521 

Termination  of  certain  provisions 7513 

Mississippi:  Central  Mississippi..  1177,  1358,  1723,  1982 
2593,  2806,  2840,   6040,   6237,   7253,   7369,   7481 
Missouri:  v  ,  , 

Kansas  City  (Greater) 735,  1283.  2570.  2806,  2839 

Neosho  Valley 2570.  2806,  2839.  3082 

Ozarks 1070,  1902,  2037,  2570,  2806,  2839,  6830 

St.  Louis 2570,  2806,  2839,  5547,  6514,  6563 

Nebraska : 

Omaha-Council,  Bluffs -.^ 2807,  2842 

Omaha-Lincoln-Council  Bluffs 2603 

Platte  River  Valley 1538 

New  Jersey:  Northern  New  Jersey 3537.  3799,  6680 

New  York-New  Jersey 302,  1418,  1748,  2184 

■■    New  York ;  New  York  metropolitan 415, 

1357.  2464,  2650,  3187,  3412,  3427,  3799,  4317, 
4853,  4873,  5586,  5672,  6680. 
Ohio: 

Akron 2792,  5846,  10508 

Cincinnati 1357,  1836.  1865,  2041,  2442.  2792,  2808 

Cleveland 2442,  2792,  2808,  3438,  7481,  7686,  8318 

Columbus  _. .1.      1145, 

2442.  2792,  2808,  7949,  8218,  9716,  10201 

Dayton-Springfield 2442, 

2792,  2808,  3902,  7388,  7513,  8290,  8312 

Lima 2442,  2792,  5506 

Mansfield ." 5506 

Stark  County 557, 

1419,  1747,  1898,  2442,  2792.  5846.  10508 

Tdledo 2442,  2591,  2792,  5293 

Tri-State 2442,  2792,  2808.  5695,  5824,  6767,  9908 

Termination  of  certain  provisions 7513 

Oklahoma : 

Oklahoma  City 2570,  2806,  2839,  3319,  4413,  4705 

Tulsa -Muskogee 2570, 

2806, 2839, 3319,  4515,  5416,  5963 

Pennsylvania:  Philadelphia 429, 

647, 739, 1203,  2333, 3116, 3386, 3671,  8194 
South  Dakota: 

Black   Hills 2603,2807,2842 

Eastern   South   Dakota 36,  647,  2603,  2807,  2842 

Sioux   Falls-Mitchell 36,  647,  2603,  2807,  2842 

Tennessee : 

Appalachian 499, 

2593,  28Q6,  2840,  5824,  6767.  7365,  9287 

Chattanooga 956, 1452,  4873,  5567 

Termination  of  certain  provisions 7513 

Knoxville 1439.  2593.  2679,  2806.  2840 

Termination  of  certain  provisions .  7513 

Memphis 1236,  2593.  2806. 

2840.   4826,  5419.   5635,  6489,  8463.  9095.  9383 

Nashville... 2188,  2593,  2806, 

2840,    4678.  4854,  5378,  5789,  6489,  7190,  7368 
Termination  of  certain  provisions 7513 

Austin-Waco 871,  1237,  1346,  2570,  2840 

Central  West  Texas 371, 

770, 1239, 1346, 1420,  1765.  2570.  2840 

Corpus  Christi 2570.  2806,  2840,  9192 

North  Texas 2570,  2806,  2840,  5063,  5625.  5713,  8353 

Panhandle 2570,  2806,  2840,  7949,  8363.  8431 

San  Antonio...! _a 2570, 2840 

Virginia : 

Appalachian ^ 499, 

2593, 2806, 2840,  5824.  6767.  7365.  9287 

Bluefleld . 5824,  6767,  7482 

Tri-State ♦_ 499 


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AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT—Confinued  P»8« 

Milk  and  milk  products — Continued 
Marketing   of,   in   various   marketing    and   sales 
areas — Continued 
Washington: 

Inland  Empire 141,545,861 

\             Puget  Sound;   termination  of  certain  provi- 
sions  — 7513 

"^tlZnS^r:. 499.  5824.  6767.  7482 

Clarksburg-^ '^^• 

1274.    2442,  2443.  2605.  2792,  2793.  2808.  2811 

Termination  of  certain  provisions 7513 

•  Tri-Sitate._  499,  2442.  2792,  2808,  5695.  5824,  6767,  9908 

Termination  of  certain  provisions 7513 

Wheeling  (Greater)  __ - -    1274, 

2442,  2443.   2603.   2792.  2793.   2808.   2810,   5715 

Termination  of  certain  provisions —    7513 

Wisconsin  * 

Milwaukee 482. 1232, 1381.  2555 

Superior-Ehiluth 2809.  9763 

Special  milk  program,  for  children  <in  schools  and 
child-care  institutions) .    See  Special  milk  pro- 
gram. ,     ^ 
Standards,  for  Cheddar  cheese-.    See  Dairy  products. 
Minerals,  reserved,  disposal  of;  redesignation  of  Au- 
tauga County,  Alabama,  as  fair  market  value 


area 


2392 


Mohair:  parity  prices-__ 761 

Molasses: 
Inspection  and  certification 445 

Parity  prices,  for  sorghum  and  sugarcane  sirups.  _       761 
Mutton.    See  Meats  and  meat  products,  etc. 
National  conservation  programs.    See  Conservation 

programs. 
National  poultry  improvement  plans.    See  Poultry  and 

products. 
National  School  Lunch  Act:  apportionment  of  food 
assistance  funds  pursuant  to.    See  School  lunch 
program. 
Naval  stores  (turpentine  and  rosin) ;  conservation 

program.    See  Conservation  programs. 
Nuts  and  nut  products: 

Inspection  and  certification: 

Processed  nuts  and  nut  products _ 445 

Raw  nuts :._.., 1343.  2325.  7624.  9553 

Marketing  of  nuts  grown  in  various  States.     See 

Almonds:  Filberts;  Pecans;  and  Walnuts. 
Marketing  quotas,  for  peanuts.    See  Peanuts. 

Parity  prices,  for  raw  nuts 761 

Standards,  for  peanuts.    See  Peanuts. 
Office  of  Secretary: 
Parity  prices,  for  various  agricultural  commodities, 

determination  of;  revision 761 

Surplus  agricultural  commodities  under  section  211 
of  the  Agricultural  Act  of  1956.  determination 

of;  1957  crop  year 7513 

Oils :  parity  prices,  for  peppermint  and  spearmint  oils.      761 

Okra: 

See  also  Vegetables. 

Standards,  for  canned  okra ;  proposed  revision 9066 

Oleomargarine  or  margarine;  definitions  and  stand- 
ards  of   identity 7697 

Onion  sets;  inspection  and  certification 1343, 

2325.  7624,  9553 
Onions: 

See  also  Vegetables. 

Marketing  of  onions  grown  in  various  States: 

Idaho  (designated  counties),  proposed 3653, 

8493.  9663,  9911 

Oregon  (Malheur  Coimty),  proposed 3653. 

8493.  9663,  9911 

Standards,  for  northern  Irown  onions .,_    6251 

Orange  juice.    See  Citrus  fruits. 
Oranges.    See  Citrus  fruits.  .  > 

Oregon  and  California  Railroad  grant  lands  an<3  na- 
tional forest  lands,  exchange  of  administrative 

jurisdiction  of , — ---    4525. 

4528,  4531.  4977,  5067,  5068,  8123,  8513,  8980 
Organization,  functions,  and  authority: 

Agricultural  Conservation  Program  Service:  conser- 
vation reserve  program  functions,  conservation 
prac^ces  in  connection  with — ..... . —    4260 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  P*8« 
Organization,  functions,  and  authority — Continued 
Agricultural  Credit  Service.  Director;  designation 
to  direct  certain  functions  respecting  rural  elec- 
trification and  telephone  programs,  pending 
appointment  of  Rural  Electrification  Adminis- 
tration Administrator 3393 

Agricultural  Marketing  Service: 

Marketing  and  Regulatory  Service 304 

Director;  authority  to  exercise  powers  and 
functions  vested  in  Administrator  respect- 
ing grading  and  inspection  of  dairy  prod- 
ucts     2572 

Inspection  and  Grading  Branch:  authority  re- 
specting grading  and  inspection  of  dairy 
products: 

Area  Supervisors 2730 

Chief  _— -     2729 

Special  Services  Division ■. 304 

Freight  Rate  Service  Branch,  Chief;  authority.     8544 
U.  S.  Warehouse  Act  Branch,  Chief;  authority.-     8544 
Commodity  Stabilization  Service,  functions: 
Agricultural  commodities  in  excess  supply,  deter- 
mination and  proclamation  of 5991 

Assignment  of  functions  to  officers  and  employees, 
including  Deputy  Administrator  for  Produc- 
tion Adjustment 1665 

Emergency  livestock  feed  programs ^ 7351 

Marketing  certificate  program,  for  rice 5991 

Soil  bank  program 1 4260 

Reservation  of  certain  functions  to  Secretary—    7351 
Farmers  Home  Administration: 

Emergency  livestock  hay  and  roughage  feed  pro- 
gram functions , 7351 

Farm  Tenant-Mortgage  Insurance  Fund,  func- 
tions resp>ecting  issuance  of  notes 1907 

t      Puerto  Rican  hurricane  relief  loans 7580 

f    Forest  Service ;  conservation  reserve  program  func- 
tions, assistance  in  connection  with 4260 

Soil    Conservation    Service;    conservation    reserve 
program  functions,   assistlince   in  connection 

with 4260 

Packers  and  Stockyards  Branch : 

Colorado.  State  Board  of  Stock  Inspection  Commis- 
sioners;  authorization  to  charge  Ind  collect 

fees  at  certain  posted  stockyards 1735,  5337 

Regulations  under  Packers  and  Stockyards  Act: 
Inspection  of  brands,  marks,  etc..  authorization  to 
State  Board  of  Livestock  Inspection  Commis- 
sioner of  Colorado,  to  charge  and  collect  fees 

for 1735,  5337 

Market  agency  and  dealer  bonds;  market  agencies 
and  dealers  to  file  on  or  before  commencing 

operations 5988 

Registration;  requirements  and  procedures _.    5988 

Stockyards,  conunission  merchants,  etc.,  notices  re- 
specting posting,  rates,  etc.: 
Posted  stockyards,  etc.;  designation  or  removal 
^        of: 

Ainsworth  Sale  Yards 5306 

Arnold  Livestock  Commission  Co « 8956 

Athens  Commission  Co 9984 

Big  Spring  Livestock  Auction 8122 

Bonham  Livestock  Commission  Co 8122 

Buffalo  Livestock  Commission  Co 9984 

Carthage  Auction  Sales , 9984 

Casper  Sales  Pavilion • 7350 

Center  Auction  Co 9984 

Childress  Livestock  Commission  Co 7690 

Clarksville  Auction  Co 9984 

Clayton  Cattle  Auction. .—    7690 

Dalhart  Livestock  Auction  Co 7690 

Garner  Sales  Co . 9915 

Gettysburg  Livestock  Sales  Co . 3392 

Graham  Livestock  Auction 7922 

Greenville  Livestock  Commission  Co 8122 

Hall  County  Livestock  Commission  Co 7690 

Hill  City  Sale  Co 5783 

Iowa-Nebraska  Sale  Yard. 1247 

Keeton  Livestock  Commission  Co 7690 

LaJunta  Livestock  Commission  Co 1906 

Leoti  Livestock  Sales  Co ■-    5783 

Lewis  &  Son  Auction  Co.,  R.  P 1906 

Martin  Livestock  Sales . 8465 

Midland  Live-stock  Auction  Co 8122 

Mineral  Wells  Livestock  Auction 8465 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT—Centinued  ^^e 

Packers  and  Stockyards  Branch — Continued 
Stockyards,  commission  merchants,  etc..  notices  re- 
specting posting,  rates,  etc. — Continued 
Posted  stockyards,  etc.;  designation  or  removal 
of — Continued 

Morriss,  J.  C.  (Po-Boy),  Commission  Co 8122 

Northwest  Iowa  Livestock  Exchange '  10433 

Oberlin  Livestock  Exchange 5783 

Olney  Livestock  Auction 7922 

Paris  Livestock  Commission  Co 8122 

Patton  Auction  Barn 9984 

^erryton  Cattle  Commission  Co 7690 

Quanah  Livestock  Commission  Co 7690 

Rains  County  Livestock  Commission  Co 8122 

Rose  City  Livestock  Auction 1 9984 

Roswell  Livestock  Commission  Co 10433 

Selling  Sales  Association,  Inc 546.  547 

Seymour  Livestock  Commission  Co , 7922 

Shamrock  Auction  Sale 7690 

Shoshone  Livestock  Commission  Co ; 8980 

Sig  Faircloth  Livestock  Commission 8465 

Sig-Faircloth  and  Son  Livestock  Commission 

Co 8465 

South  Second  Livestock  Auction 9752 

Stratton  Sales  Barn 3840 

Sulphur  Springs  Livestock  Commission  Co.l 8122 

Tate  Bros.  Livestock  Auction  Co 8122 

TrirCounty  Auction  Co 8122 

Tyler  Livestock  Commission  Co 9984 

Utah  Valley  Auction  Co 1838 

Wagner  Livestock  Sales  Co 2595 

Wellington  Livestock  Sale..^ j. 7690 

Wenger  Sales  Commission A_ 10433 

West  Union  Auction  Exchange _V-  10433 

Winneshiek    Co-operative    Association    Sares 

Pavilion 10433 

Winnsboro  Livestock  Commission  Co 8122 

Rates  and  charges;   petitions  for  modification, 
etc.: 

Denver  Union  Stock  Yard  Co 1664 

Mississippi  Valley  Stock  Yards 2729 

Nashville  Union  Stock  Yards,  Inc 118 

New  Jersey  Coop  Co.,  Inc..  et  al ^.    9228 

Peoria  Union  Stock  Yards  Co 3200 

St.  Louis  National  Stock  Yards 2313 

St.  Paul  Union  Stockyards  Co 1151.  10318 

Sioux  City  Stock  Yards 5305 

Union  Stock  Yards 1735.  2594.  4935.  8621.  9197 

Parity  prices,  for  various  agricultural  commodities, 

determination  of;  revision . , 761 

Peaches : 

See  also  Fruits  and  berries. 

Marketing  of  peaches  grown  In  various  States : 

California;  Elberta  peaches 221.  695.  3460,  4073 

.   Referendum  among  growers,  direction  concern- 
ing      9661 

Regulation  of  shipments 4225 

Colorado  (Mesa  County) 264, 

1290.  4016.  4759.  5673.  5789.  5820,  9095 
Referendunlf  among  growers,  direction  concern- 
ing      4767 

Regulation  by  grades  and  sizes 5771 

Georgia _ 3188,  3899 

Referendum  among  growers,  direction  conceiv- 
ing       9662 

Suspension  of  inspection  requirements 3160 

Standards,  for  canned  peaches: 

Clingstone,  proposed  rule  making 2882,  4050 

Freestone,  proposed  rule  making 2889,  4050 

Peanuts : 
See  Mso  Nuts  and  nut  products. 
Determination  with  respect  to  supply  of  several 
types  of  peanuts  for  1956-57  marketing  year,  to 
meet  demands  for  cleaning  and  shelling  pur- 
poses  205,  302,  1259 

Florispan  peanut;  notice  of  investigation  and  pro- 
posed determination  with  respect  to  need  for. 

adjustment  of  support  price  for  1956  crop 221 

Imports  of  Virginia-type  peanuts;  modification  of 

restrictions  (Proclamation  3152) .;    6595 

Marketing  quotas,  farm,  acreage  allotments,  etc.: 

1956  crop . 995,  3867,  6057,  7456,  8310 

1957  crop__-J. __  6680.  6889,  8913,  9370.  9716,  9760 

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AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  Pa«« 
Peanuts — Continued 
Marketing  quotas,  farm,  acreage  allotments,  etc. — 
Continued 
Referendum  among  growers,  direction  concern- 
ing; 1957,  1958,  and  1959  crop 8708 

.   •  Price  support  program.    See  main  heading  Com- 
modity Credit  Corporation. 
Soil  bank  program.    See  UT^r  Soil  bank  program. 
Standards,  for  shelled  peanuts: 

Runner  type . 2529,  3799,  4850,  5669 

Spanish  type 2530.  3799,  4850 

Virginia  type 2531,  3799,  4851,  5671 

State  Agricultural  Stabilization  and  Conservation    . 
Committees;  notice  of  redelegation  of  final  au- 
thority with  respect  to  1956  marketing  quota 
regulations  by  various  State  committees: 

Alabama 2291,  9073 

California 1378 

Florida___^ .: 9073 

Georgia 9073 

Mississippi '. 9073 

New  Mexico.: " 1378 

North  Carolina 9073 

Oklahoma ^ 1077,  9073 

(  South  Carolina 1378,  9073 

\  Termessee .•_ 1077,  9073 

\Texas 1208 

Virginia . 8981 

Pears: 
See  also  Fi-uits  and  berries. 
Marketing  of  pears  grown  in  various  States: 
California : 

See  also  Oregpn,  Washington,  and  California. 

Bartlett  pears _' 3460,  4073 

Referendum  among  growers,  direction  con- 
cerning   . 9661 

Regulation  by  grades  and  sizes 4998 

Beurre  Hardy  pears;  termination  of  marketing 

agreement  and  order 8534 

Oregon,    Washington,    and    California;    Beurre 
d'Anjou.  Beurre  Bosc,  Winter  Nelis,  etc.. 

varieties j.__  6517.  7367 

Regulation  by  grades  and  sizes 1 5964 

Peas,  dry  edible;  parity  prices 761 

Peas,  fresh :  .  ^ 

See  also  Vegetables. 

Marketing  of  peas  grown  in  Colorado  (certain  des- 
ignated counties) 5419,  6113 

Limitation  of  shipments 5087 

Standards,  for  southern  peas  (including  cowpeas 

and  field  peas) 2568,  3983 

Pecans : 

See  also  Nuts  and  nut  products. 

Marketing  of  pecans  grown  in  Georgia,  Alabama. 

Florida,  Mississippi  and  South  Carolina 8574,  8592 

Grade  and  size  regulation 8129 

Order  terminating  suspension  of  grade  and  size 

regulations 7263 

Peppermint  and  spearmint  oils.    See  Oils. 
Peppers : 

See  also  Vegetables. 

Standards,  for  frozen  sweet  peppers;  proposed. _  4347,  6857 
Perishable  Agricultural  Commodities  Act,  1930,  regu- 
lations (other  than  rules  of  practice)  imder;  li- 
censes, proposed  rule  making 1038S 

Pesticide  chemicals;  tolerances  and  exemptions  from 
tolerances  for  residues  on  raw 'agricultural  com- 
modities.    See  main  heading  F\)od  and.  Drug 
Administration. 
Philippines,   Republic   of;   sugar  requirements   and 

quotas,  etc.    See  Sugar. 
Pigeons.    See  Poultry  and  products. 

Pine  gum,  crude;  parity  prices 761 

Pineapples : 

iSec  also  Fruits  and  berries. 
Standards: 

Pineapple,  canned;  proposed 8059 

Pineapple  juice,  canned;  proposed _.    806S 

Plant  quarantine,  control  of  diseases  and  pests,  etc.: 
Domestic  quarantine  notices: 
Black  stem  rust;  rust- resistant  species  and  ya- 
rieties  of  barberry,  mahoberberis.  and  ma- 
honia  plants 4905 


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AGRICULTURE   DEPARTMENT — Continued  ^*e* 

Plant  quarantine,  control  of  diseases  and  pests  etc. — 
Continued 
Domestic  quarantine  notices — Continued 
Bollworm  (pink)  of  cotton: 

Contaminated  articles,  cleaning  or  treating  re- 
quirements for;  certain  cotton  ginning 
machinery,  waiver  of  fumigation  require- 
ments for i.- 2142.  3737 

Regulated  articles;  conditions  governing  move- 
ment of  edible  okra 2142,  3737 

European  chafer;  regulated  areas,  proposed  re- 
vision      9612 

•     Fruits  and  vegetables: 

Mangoes,  movement  from  Puerto  Rico,  after 

approved  fumigation 8044 

Sweetpotatoes.  movement  from  Hawaii.  Puerto 
Rico,  and  Virgin  Islands;   proposed  rule 

making . 10516 

Gypsy  moth  and  brown-tail  moth;  revision 2987, 

2989.  2990.  4906 
Exemption  of  certain  articles  from  specific  re- 
quirements  ^ 4908 

Regulated  areas,  designation  of —     4909 

Khapra  beetle;  regulated  areas: 

Designation  of  premises  as 573.1575. 

3073,  3897.  4943.  5997.  6634.  8179,  9199,  9936 

Revocation  of  certain  designations 2463 

Mediterranean  fruit  fly: 

Exemption  of  certain  artfcles  from  specific  re- 
requirements 3216.7665.9052 

Nursery  stock,  cut  flowers,  bulbs,  etc..  inter- 
pretation respecting.  _ _.  4251,6365,9052 

Regulated  areas,  designation  t)l  certain  locali- 
ties   as 3216,^722,5032.5208.9787 

State  of  Florida  quarantined  to  prevent  spread 

of  dangerous  infestation  of.__l- 2843.3213 

White  fringed  beetle . 6333.8561 

Exemption  of  certain  articles  from  certification 

requirements;   revision 6336.8563 

Regulated  areas,  designating  certain  localities 

as_ _ —  6336,  8564 

Foreign  quarantine  notices: 

Flag  smut;   deletion  of  Netherlands  from  list, 
from  which  wheat  grain  and  certain  other 

*  products  may  not  be  imported 1258 

Fruits  and  vegetables: 

Mangoes  from  West  Indies,  method  of  treat- 
ment of --  2846,3485,8045 

Okra  from  certain  parts  of  Mexico,  administra- 
tive   instructions   prescribing    method    of 

treatment,  proposed  ^ule  making..^ 8948 

Pineapples,  Jamaican,  relieving  restriction  re- 
specting entry — _ +-  10465 

Nursery  stock,  plants,  seeds,  etc.;  rhododendrons 

under  postentry  quarantine 1369. 

5384,  5349.  5350.  5711.  5.712.  5713 
Plums: 

See  also  Fruits  and  berries. 

Diversion  program,  for  domestic  consumption ;  pur- 
chase program  for  fresh  Calif  ornia  plums 5944 

Marketing  of  plums  grown  in  California 3460.4073 

Referendum  among  growers,  direction  concern- 
ing—  ±^ 9661 

Regulation  by  grades  and  sizes „    3451. 

3486,  3487,  4045.  4046,  4047.  4510.  4511.  4512. 
4541.  4543.  4544.  5254.  5255.  5256,  5346.  5347. 
5348.  5349. 5350. 5711,  5712,  5713. 

Standards,  for  frozen  plums , 781 

Popcorn;  party  prices * 761 

Pork.    See  Meats  and  meat  products. 
Potato  starch  and  flour.    See  Potatoes. 
Potatoes: 
See  also  Sweetpotatoes;  and  Vegetables. 
Diversion  programs,  for  domestic  consumption  of 
fresh  Irish  potatoes: 
Livestock  feed: 
September  17,   1955-June  30,   1956  program; 

termination 3669 

October  4,  1956-June  30.  1957 7683 

'  Potato  starch  and  p>otato  flour,  manufacture  of: 
September   15,  1955-June  30,   1956;   termina- 

Uon 3702 

October  1, 1956-June  30. 1957 9780 

Imports  of  Irish  potatoes,  restrictions  on.. 7299, 8045 


AGRICULTURE   DEPARTMENT — Continusd  ^^«^ 

Potatoes — Continued 

Marketing  of  Irish  potatoes  grown  in  various  States: 
California  (Modoc  and  Siskiyou  Counties) ;  limi- 

tetion  of  shipments 4945.  6886.  7696.  8081.  9662 

Colorado 4831,5964,6973,7789,8110,9102 

Limitation  of  shipments 5409. 

5682. 6268,  6564,  7715,  7830 

Idaho  (certain  designated  counties) 3421. 

4761,  5594.  6300.  7253.  7326 

Limitation  of  shipments 4910.6859,7480 

Referendum,  direction  concerning 4767 

Maine - — i—     9435 

Limitation  of  shipments—  1285,  1818.  2600.  6911,  8232 

New  Jersey --  2631.  7723.  9596,  9911 

New   York;    Long   Island    (Nassau   and   Suffolk 

Counties) — 2339,  4831,  5627 

Oregon: 

All  counties  except  Malheur  County:  limita- 
tion of  shipments 4945,  6886.  7696,  8081 

Malheur  County 3421. 

4761.  5594.  6300.  7253,  7326.  9662 

Limitation  of  shipments 4910.  6859,  7480,  9165 

«      Referendum,  directing  concerning 4767 

Washington 6594.  6300 

Limitation  of  shipments 449.  4861,  7667 

Poultry  and  products  (chickens,  ducks,  geese,  guineas, 
pigeons,  turkeys,  etc.) : 
Export  payment  program  (broilers,  fowl,  ducks,  and 

turkeys) ._ —  8039,  8190 

Grading  and  inspection,  of  poultry  and  edible  prod- 
ucts thereof: 
Forms,  instructions,  and  applications: 
Application  for  grading  service  with  respect  to 

poultry 2987,  5252 

Forms  of  ofBcial  identification;  identification  of 
dressed  poultry  processed  uqder  sanitary 

standards  only 2986,  5252 

Grading  and  inspection: 

Application  for  grading  service  or  inspection 

service;  suspension  of  plant  approval..  2985,  5251 
Basis  of  service;   processing   poultry  for  ex- 

*  port 2985,  5251 

Definitions;  resident,  potable  water,  and  Rock 

Cornish  game  hen ^ 2985,  5251 

Fees  and  charges: 

Fees  for  appeal  grading 2986,  5251 

Grading    performed    on    resident    grading 

basis 2986,  5251 

Grading    certificates,    issuance    and    disposi- 
tion  ._  2986,   5252 

Identifying  and  marking  products: 

Approval  of  official  identification,  proposed 

rule  making — 2985 

Marking  inspected  products 2985,  5251 

Proposed  rule  making 9326 

Improvement  plans,  national: 

Chickens  and  certain  other  poultry 6790.  8046 

Turkeys  and  certain  other  poultry 6791,  8046 

Parity  prices,  for  jwultry 1^ 761 

Poultry    improvement,    national.    See    Poultry    and 

products. 
Preserves  and  jams.    See  Fruit  preserves  and  jams. 
President's  Council  on  Youth  Fitness,  representation 

on  (Executive  Order  10673) 5341 

Prices: 
Parity  prices,  for  various  agricultural  commodities, 

determination   of;    revision .      761 

Sugar  beets  and  sugarcane.     See"  Sugar. 
Support  prices  for  various  agricultural  commodities. 
See  main  heading  Commodity  Credit  Corpora- 
tion. 
Prunes : 
See  also  Fruits  and  berries. 

Marketing    of    dried    prunes    produced    in    Cali- 
fornia  281.  4022.  5258,  6636 

Special  regulation  of  prunes  for  19S&-57  crop 

year 5942,  6222 

Standards,  for  dried  prunes 5693,  8177,  8310 

Puerto  Rico: 
Conservation  programs,  agricultural.    See  Conser- 
vation programs. 

Hurricane  relief  loans,  functions  with  respect  to 7580 

Quarantine  notices  Respecting  fruits  and  vegetables 

from.    See  Plant  quarantine. 
School  lunch  program.    See  School  lunch  program. 


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AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT-^ontinued  Page 

P>uerto  Rico — Continued 
Soil  bank  program  with  respect  to  cotton.    See 

under  Soil  bank  program. 
Sugar  requirements  and  quotas,  etc.    See  Sugar. 
Pumpkin  and  squash:  • 

See  also  Vegetables. 

Standards;    canned . 829 

Quarantine,  to  prevent  soread  of  insect  pests  or  ani- 
mal dise£ises.    See  Animal  diseases;  and  Plant 
quarantine. 
Raisins : 
See  also  Fruits  and  berries. 
Marketing  of  raisins  produced  from  grapes  grown 

in  California-.  1. 130.  1801.  3653.  3903.  4800.  4831.  5033. 
6487.  6832,  7403.   7789,   8142,   8182,   8390.  9764 

Standards,  for  processed  raisins 6558 

Records.  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records. 
Referenda   on   marketing   quotas,   holding   of.     See 

Marketing  quotes. 
Rice: 
See  also  Grains. 

Functions   respecting   marketing    certificate    pro- 
gram      5991 

Marketing  quotas,  farm,  acreage  allotments,  etc.: 

1955  crop;  county  acreage  allotment 2801 

1956  crop 71.  72,  1517,  1898,  3169.  4800.  5963,  10172 

Referendum  results ; 85. 1439, 1817 

1957  crop . i. 7025.  8423.  9161 

Referendum    among   growers,   direction   con- 
cerning      9197 

Price  support  programs.    See  main  heading  Com- 
modity Credit  Corporation. 
Soil  bank  program.    See  under  Soil  bank  program. 
Rodenticides.    See  Insecticides. 
Rosin.    See  Naval  stores. 
Sauitizers.  recommended  foi*  hard  water  areas.    See 

Insecticides: 
Sauerkraut:  \^ 

See  also  Vegetables. 

Standards,  for  canned  sauerkraut;  proposed 8144 

School  lunch  program: 
Food  assistance  funds  for;  apportionment  of.  for 
various  States.  District  of  Columbia,  and  Ter- 
ritories and  possessions,  pursuant  to  National 
School  Lunch  Act: 

1956  fiscal  year;  second  apportionment 2229 

1957  fiscal  year _._ 5130 

Milk;  special  milk  program.    See  Special  milk  pro- 
gram. 

Seeds: 

Parity  prices 761 

Rules  and  regulations  of  Secretary  of  Agriculture 
under  Federal  Seed  Act: 

Advertising,  designation  as  hybrid 4652 

Hybrid  seed  corn,  labeling  and  advertisement  as 

to  variety;  supersedure 4653 

Labeling  in  general,  designation  as  hybrid 4651 

Sirups: 

Inspection  «nd  certification j. . 445 

Parity  prices,  for  maple,  sorghum,  and  sugarcane 

sirups   - 761 

Standards,  for  sugarcane  sirup ;  proposed  rule  mak- 
ing      7544 

Soil  bank  program: 
Acreage  reserve  program: 
See' also  Soil  bank  regulations. 
Grazing  on  lands  designated  as  acreage  reserve, 
for  1956 :  notice  of  consent  to.  and  list  of  coun- 
ties in  various  States  requiring  use  for  graz- 
ing purposes  for  specified  periods  because  of 
damage   or   hardship,   caused   by    drought. 

flood,  etc 1 6582.  6893. 

6979.  7159.  7579.  7699.  8032.  8168.  8333.  9073 
Conservation  reserve  program.    See  Soil  bank  regu- 
lations. 
Determination  of  acreage  and  performance;  notice 

of  regulations  to  be  issued  respecting 6070 

Functions  respecting 4260, 7351 

Grazing  on  acreage  res^-ve  lands.    See  Acreage 
reserve  program. 


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Page 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Continued 

Soil  bank«program — Continued 
Soil  bank  regulations: 
Acreage  reserve  programs  (com.  cotton,  peanuts, 
rice,  wheat,  tobacco) : 

1956 4379,  4847,  5205,  5259.  5685,  5959.  6879 

Supplement  I: 
Producer  not  entitled  to  ccanpensation  un- 
der soil  bank  agreement  because  of 
failure  to  meet  various  requirements, 

etc..  providing  for  release  of 7611 

Producer  satisfying  requirements  of  pro- 
gram with  part  of  acreage  covered  by 
agreement;     providing     for     revised       ' 

agreement «. 7612 

Supplement    II;    amounts  of   compensation 

payable  to  producers.3 : 9365 

Waiver  of  certain  provisions  to  prevent  un- 
due hardship >, 7612 

1957 6162,  6824.  6879.  7309.  7612.  8309,  10449 

Appendix  2;  base  unit  rates  for  wheat. _  6167,  7843 
Redemption  of  certificates  in  grains..  6881.  8129,  8131 
Conservation  reserve  program,  1956-57.  6291, 8792, 10464 
.  Sorghum  sirup.    .See  Sirups. 

Southern  peas.    See  Peas.  • 

,   Special  milk  program,  for  children  (in  schools  and 
child-care  institutions) ;  revision  of  policies  and 

regulations  respecting  operation 4899.  5959,  7977 

Spinach : 

See^lso  Vegetables. 

Standards,  for  spinach:  ' 

For  processing;  revision 2569,  3960 

Frozen  spinach;  proposed  revision 2624,  3877 

Spinach  plants.. 6678,  8043 

Squash.    See  Pumpkin  and  squash-  , 

Standards,  for  various  fresh  and  processed  agricul- 
tural commodities.  See  Apples;  Apricots;  Aspar- 
agus; Beans,  dry  edible;  Beans,  lima ;  Beet  greens; 
Blackberries;  Cherries;  Citrus  fruits;  Cotton; 
Cranberries;  Currants;  Dair^  products;  Fish; 
Fruit  preserves;  Grains;  Grapes;  Meats;  Okra; 
Onions;  Peaches;  Peanuts;  Peas;  Peppers;  Pine- 
apples; Plums;  Prunes;  Pumpkin  and  squash; 
Raisins:  Sauerkraut;  Sirups;  Spinach;  and 
Tomatoes. 
Starch,  potato.  See  Potatoes. 
Storage,   of  certain  agricultural  commodities.    See 

Cotton;  Grains;  and  Wool. 
Sugar: 

Consumption  requirements  ancl  quotas: 
Continental  United  States; 
Allotment  of  sugar: 
Domestic  beet  sugar  area:         / 

1956.. 1274.  2589.  4967,  6083,  9053. 9400.  9762 

'1957;  notice  of  hearing ._    8087 

Mainland  cane  sugar  area: 

1956 4520.  4967.  5343.  6081.  9052,  9399.  9761 

1957;  notice  of  hearing 8088 

Consumption  requirements:  ^ 

1956..  2805.  4653,  5709,  6009,  8180.  8311,  9202,  9592 

1957 -10332 

Entry  of  sugar  into.    See  Entry  of  sugar. 
»  Importations  and  marketings.    See  Importa- 

tions aJid  marketings. 
International  Sugar  Agreement.     See  Interna- 
tional Sugar  Agreement. 
Quotas  for.    See  Quotas. 
/    Cuba: 

Certification  requirements;  1956  quota  filled  to 

80  percent  or  more 5630.  6845 

Quotas  for.    <See  Quotas. 
Entry  of  sugar  into  continental  United  States: 
Certification  required  when  any  quota  has  been 
filled  to  80  percent  or  more: 

Cuba,  1956 5630.6845 

Hawaii,    1956 7833 

-  Philippines,  Republic  of;  1956 6200 

Ex-quota  sugar,  for  refining  and  return  to  cus- 
toms'  custody ^1 . .     8334 

Foreign  countries,  quotas  for.    See  Quotas. 
Hawaii,  Territory  of: 
Certification  requirements.  1956  quota  filled  to 

80  percent  or  more ___--    7833 

Consumption  requirements  and  quotas; 
See  also  Quotas,  below. 

Sugar  requirements.  1957 — 10334 

Local  consumption 8368. 10334 


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AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Continued 
Sugar— Continued  * 

Consumption  requirements  and  quotas — Continued 
Importations  and  marketing,  etc.,  restrictions  on: 

1956 4653 

1957 8368, 10333 

International    Sugar    Agreement,    participation 

in;   1957 10333 

Mainland.    See  Continental  United  States. 
Marketings  and  importations.    See  Importations 

and  marketings. 
Philippines.  Republic  of: 
Certification  requirements,  1956  quota  filled  to 

80  percent  or  more 6200 

Quotas  for.    See  Qmtas. 
Puerto    Rico;    consimiptlon    requirements    and 
quotas : 
See  also  Quotas,  below 
Allotment  of  sugar  quotas: 

1956 5819.  6275.  7207.  7832,  8794.  9398.  9760, 

Direct-consumption  portion 105, 

7209, 8795.  9398,  9760 

1957  quota,  proposed 7832 

Sugar  rpquirem^nts,  1957 . 10334 

Local  consumption 8368, 10334 

Quotas: 
See  also  Hawaii;  and  Puerto  Rico. 
Quotas,  and  proration  of  quota  deficits,  for 
domestic  area  (Hawaii,  Puerto  Rico.  Virgip 
Islands,  and  continental  United  Stated, 
and  for  Cuba.  Republic  of  Philippines  and 
other  foreign  countries: 

1956  quotas: 

Area  deficits,  determination  and  proration 

of;   Virgin  Islands 8180.8311.9202.9593 

Direct-consumption  portion  of  quotas  or 

prorations- 2805.4653.5711,6009. 

*^  7206.  7843.  8181,  8311,  9202,  9593 

Domestic  areas,  basic  quotas  for 4653, 

5710,6009,8180,8311,9202,9593 
Liquid  sugar  quotas,  for  foreign  countries—    4653 

Other  areas,  basic  quotas  for 2805. 

4653, 5711, 6009, 8180,  8311,  9202, 9593 
Proration  of  quotas  for  foreign  countries 
other    than    Cuba    and    Republic    of 

Philippines 2805. 4653. 

5711.  6009.  7206.  8180.  8311.  9202,  9593 

1957  quotas: 

Domestic  areas 8368. 10332 

Foreign  countries 8368. 10332 

Liquid   sugar   quotas,   for   foreign   coun- 
tries  8368, 10333 

Virgin  Islands:  quotas  for.    See  Quotas,  abovt. 
Importations  and  marketing,  etc.,  restrictions  on. 

See  Consumption  requirements  and  quotas. 
Inspection   and   certification   of   processed   sugar 

(cane,  beet,  and  maple) 445 

International  Sugar  Agreement,  participation  in. 

See  Consumption  requirements  and  quotas. 
Nbrmal  yields  and  eligibility  for  abandonment  and 
crop   deficiency   payments;    Puerto   Rico,   for 
1954-55  crop:  ' 

Anasco  and  San  Sabastian 6111 

Mayaguez 6111 

•    Vieques 5183 

Parity    pricgs 761 

Payments,  for  abandonment  and  crop  deficiency. 
See  Normal  yields  and  eligibility  for  abandon- 
ment and  crop  deficiency. 
Practice  and  procedure  governing  proceedings  to 
allot  sugar  quotas,  and  to  determine  processes 
and   qualities   distinguishing   raw   sugar   and 

direct-consumption  sugar;  revision 4251 

Prices,  determination  of:  « 

Sugar  beetff: 

1956  crop 5215,  8653 

1957  crop,  proposed  rule  making 9300,  9984 

Sugarcane : 

Florida:  ^  .       ^^ 

1955  crop 9938 

1956  crop , 2572,  2665.  7977 

Hawaii.  1956  crop : 5215,  6572,  9762 

Louisiana,  1956  crop 5432,  7844 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  ^^^ 

Sugar— rContinued 
Prices,  determination  of — Continued 
Sugarcane — Continued     , 
Puerto  Rico: 

•    1954-55  crop 5671,  5789 

1955-56  crop 333.  5671,  5789,  7690 

Virgin  Islands.  1957  crop;  proposed  nile  mak- 
ing   ^ 7690 

Processing  of  sugar  which  constitute  further  re- 
finement or  improvement  in  quality,  and  dis- 
tinction of  sugars  of  specific  qualities  as  raw 
sugar  or  direct-consumption  sugar;  proposed 

rule  making 5141 

Proportionate  shares  for  farms,  in  various  areas: 
Beet  sugar  producing  area,  domestic;  1955,  1956 
and  1957: 

1955  crop;  So\ith  Dakota 986 

1956  crop __  3670,  8651 

California   7323 

Colorado    .^.^ 5253 

Idaho ^- 8987 

lUinois  .__ 6813 

Indiana _ _ -    7326 

I^a   6994 

Kansas 6693 

Michigan 6993 

Minnesota 6988 

Montana 6989 

Nebraska 6692 

Nevada  __ 6994 

New  Mexico _ ___     6813 

North  Dakota _„ -    7325 

Ohio _ 6811 

Oregon 6990 

South  Dakota 6993 

Texas  6694 

Utah 6809 

Washington '6991 

Wisconsin __-     6812 

Wyoming 0 6810 

1957  crop 7426.  9936 

Cane  sugar  areas: 

Mainland : 

1956  crop — 5211.  8652 

1957  crop ^_/__  6218,  8795 

Puerto  Rico:  1956-57  crop. ^^- 8481 

Quotas.     See     Consumption     requirements      and 

quotas. 
Watre  rates,  determination  of: 
Sugar  beets: 
California,    southwestern    Arizona,    southern 
Oregon  and  western  Nevada: 

1956  crop 669 

1957  crop,  proposed  rule  making..^ 9300 

Regions  other  than  State  of  California,  south- 
western Arizona,  southern  Oregon,  and 
western  Nevada: 

1956  crop .  1796 

1957  crop,  hearing 9984 

Sugarcane: 

.    Florida:  1956-57 2572,  2665,  5213,  8652 

Louisiana : 

1956  crop  (harvesting) _' 5432,8078 

1957  (production  and  cultivation) 5432,8078 

Puerto  Rico: 

1956  calendar  year ;«      309 

1957;  proposed  rule  making .    7690 

■    Virgin  Islands,  1957;  proposed  rule  making 7690 

Sugar  beets  and  sugarcane;  prices,  wage  rates,  etc. 

See  Sugar. 
Sugarcane  sirup.    See  Sirups. 

Support  prices,  for  various  agricultural  commodities. 
See  main  heading  Commodity  Credit  Corpora- 
tion. 
Surplus  agricultural  commodities: 
Determination  of  surplus  agricultural  commodities 
under  section  211  of  Agricultural  Act  of  1956, 

for  1957  crop  year ^_1 7513 

Sales  and   exportation  of   commodities  acquired 
through  price  support: 
Sales  of  certain  commodities  at  fixed  prices.    See 
main  heading  Commodity  Credit  Corpora- 
tion. 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Contmuod  Pag« 

Surplus  agricultural  commodities — Continued 
Sales   and   exportation    of    commodities   acquired 
through  price  support — Continued 
Sales  of  commodities,  for  foreign  currencies,  un- 
der Agricultural  Trade  Development  and  As- 
sistance Act  of  1954;  financing  of  commercial 

sales 1431 

Sweetpotatoes : 
See  also  Vegetables. 

Diversion  program,  for  domestic  consumption;  no- 
tice of  additional  purchase  in  Louisiana 1111 

Swine.    See  Meats  and  meat  products. 
Tangerines.     See  Citrus  fruits. 

Telephone  program,  rural;  functions  respecting 3393 

Tobacco : 
Inspection  of  tobacco: 

Fees 3228.   3669 

Forms;  application  and  agreement 3228,  3669 

Markets,  designation  of: 

Bowling  Green,  Kentucky 7809,8953 

Franklin.   Kentucky 7809.  8953 

Horse  Cave,  Kentucky 7809.8953 

Madison.  Florida 4258,4998 

Russellville,  Kentucky 7809,  8953 

Swainsboro,    Georgia 4258,4998 

Thomasville.  Georgia 4258,4998 

Marketing  of  tobacco  (type  62  shade-grown  cigar 
leaf)  grown  in  designated  production  areas  of 
Florida  and  Georgia;  continued  suspension  of 

marketing  agreement  and  order 648 

Marketing  quotas,  farm,  acreage  allotments,  etc.:  , 

Burley.  fiue-cured.  fire-cured,  dark  air-cured,  and 
Virginia  sun-cured: 

1956-57  marketing  year 1578.  3689,  4502.  6859 

1957-58  marketing  year__  5116.  6803,  7493,  9370.  9398 

Referendum  results,  1956-59  marketing  years 668 

Cigar-filler  and  binder  tobacco: 

1956-57  marketing  year 5191.  6254.  7563 

1957-58  marketing  year 5114.  7202.  7493.  9398 

Determination  to  be  made  respecting,  notice 

of 10317 

Referendum      results.      1956-59      marketing 

years 667,   3865 

Fire-cured,   dark -air -cured,   and   Virginia   sun- 
cured.    See  Burley,  fiue-cured,  etc. 
Maryland  tobacco: 

1956-57  marketing  year 1578.5294,6260,7695 

1957-58  marketing  year...  5192,  6882,  7493.  8423,  9398 
Referendimi     results,     1956-1959     marketing 

years 668 

Parity  prices 761 

Price  support  programs.    See  main  heading  Com- 
modity Credit  Corporation. 
Soil  bank  program.    See  under  Soil  bank  program. 
Tomatoes : 
See  also  Vegetables. 

Imports,  restrictions  on 832.  987,  2509.  3075.  3160 

Marketing  of  tomatoes  grown  in  various  States: 

Florida.. 353,  724.  986.  1346,  1537,  1981,  3000.  8109 

Limitation  of  shipments 2408, 

2604.  2746,  3075.  3217.  3412.  8534 
Texas  (Lower  Rio  Grande  Valley),  proposed  rule 

making 6612 

Standards,  for  fresh  tomatoes 6862,  8287,  9559 

Trees,  Christmas.    See  Christmas  trees  and  greens. 

Tung  nuts;  parity  prices 761 

Turkeys.    See  Poultry  and  products. 
Turpentine.    See  Naval  stores. 
Veal.    See  Meats  and  meat  products. 
Vegetables: 
Diversion  programs,  for  domestic  consumption.   See 

Cabbage:  Potatoes;  and  Sweetpotatoes. 
Imports,  restrictions  on.    See  Potatoes;  and  Toma- 
toes. 
Inspection  and  certification: 

Fresh  vegetables;  revision 7624,  9553 

Amendments  prior  to  revision 1343,  2325 

Processed  vegetables: 

Approved  identification 445 

Definitions;  term  "Act"  defined 446 

Designation  of  official  certificates,  memoranda, 
marks,  other  identifications,  and  devices 
for   purposes   of   Agricultural    Marketing 

Act , 445 

Renumbering  of  certain  sections 445 


AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  P^« 

Vegetables — Cont  inued 

Marketing  of  certain  vegetables.  See  Cauliflower; 
Cucumbers:  Onions;  Peas;  Potatoes;  and  To- 
matoes. 

Parity  prices J      761  • 

Quarantine  notices  respecting.  See  Plant  quaran- 
tine. 
Standards,  for  various  fresh  and  processed  vege- 
tables: See  Asparagus;  Beans,  dry  edible; 
Beans,  lima;  Beet  greens;  Okra;  Onions;  Peas; 
Peppers;  Pumpkin  and  squash;  Sauerkraut; 
Spinach;  and  Tomatoes. 
Virgin  Islands: 

Conservation  program,  agricultural.     See  Conser- 
vation programs. 
School  lunch  program.    See  School  lunch  program. 
Sugar  requirements  and  quotas,  etc.     See  Sugar. 
Walnuts: 

See  also  Nuts  and  nut  products: 

Marketing  of  walnuts  grown  in  California,  Oregon, 

and  Washington 8777,  9594 

Control  percentages  during  marketing  year  be- 
ginning August  1.  1956 1 8754 

Size  grade  specifications.^ 4258.  5351 

Warehouses  and  warehousemen,  licensed  and  bonded 
under  United  States  Warehouse  Act,  for  storage 
of  certain  agricultural  commodities;  list: 

Cotton 1297 

Grains 1301 

Wool ^ 1310 

Wheat: 
See  also  Gr^ns.  • 

Export  program,  wheat  and  wheat-fiour.  Interna- 
tional Wheat  Agreement.    See  main  heading 
Commodity  Credit  Corporation. 
Marketing  quotas,  farm,  acreage  allotments,  etc.: 

1954  crop;  records,  nature  and  availability  Of.  3969,  5211 

1955  crop: 

Acreage  allotments,  corrections 446 

Records,  nature  and  availability  of 3969,  5210 

1956  crop 1258,3866,5913 

Dates  on  which  acreage  is  to  be  utilized  as  cover 

crop  in  various  States: 

Kentucky 5130 

Oregon 5733" 

Durum  wheat  (Class  ID  ;  increase  in  acreage 

allotments 1815 

Identification  of  wheat  obtained  through  re- 
demption of  soil  bank  certificates 10331  . 

1957  crop.__  1895.2795,3169.3216,3303.6000,6056.7025 

Commercial  wheat-producing  area ^ 3305 

Referendum . 3234,6403 

1958  crop;  proposed  rule  making 9778 

Price  support  program.  See  main  heading  Com- 
modity Credit  Corporation. 

Soil  bank  program.    See  under  Soil  bank  program. 
Wool: 

Parity  prices 751 

Storage  of  wool,  warehouses  and  warehousemen 
licensed  and  bonded  under  United  States  Ware- 
house Act  for ;  list . 1310 

Youngberries.     See  Blackberries  and  similar  berries. 
Youth  Fitness,  President's  Council  on,  representation 

on  (Executive  Order  10673) 5341 

AIR  COORDINATING  COMMITTEE;  providing  for  ad- 
ditional member  and  consultation  with  interna- 
tional bodies  concerned  with  civil  aviation  (Exec- 
utive Order  10655) '^       665 

AIR  FORCE  ACADEMY.    See  Air  Force  Department. 
AIR   FORCE  DEPARTMENT: 

Acting  Secretary  of  Air  Force;  order  of  succession  to 
position  in  case  of  death,  disability,  or  absence  of 
Secretary  of  Air  Force,  amendment  of  prior  order 

(Executive  Order  10669) 3335 

Active  duty : 
Discharge  or  release  from.    See  Discharge  or  re- 
y,     lease  from  active  duty. 

Medical,  dental,  and  allied  specialists,  members  of 
armed  forces ;  active  duty  order,  etc.,  functions 
of  Secretary  of  Def-ense  respecting  (Elxecutive 
Order  10658) . . 1064 


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AIR  FORCE  DEPARTMENT — Continued 

Active  duty — Continued 
Voluntary  entry  on: 

Enlisted   reserve . -'   5014 

Prior  regulations,  revocation 1228 

"bfiBcers"  Reserve 7681 

Air  Force  Academy;  persons  from  American  Republics 
and    Canada    permitted    to   receive    instruction 

at  (Executive  Order  10661) 1315 

Authority  delegation  from  Secretary  of  Defense 

respecting " 6357 

Air  National  Guard;   transfers  to  Standby  Reserve, 

discharges  and  transfers  to  retired  status,  as  re- 

♦     suit  of  screening,  to  be  consonant  with  Armed 

Forces  Reserve  Act   of    1952    (Executive   Order 

10651) 169 

Air    transportation    by    commercial    aircraft.    See 

Transp>ortation. 

Aircraft  restricted  areas  over  military  installations, 

designation  in  coordination  with  Air  Force.     See 

main  heading  Civil  Aeronautics  Administration. 

Airlift  Service,  designation  of  Secretary  as  Single 

Manager 10344 

Appointment  of  officers  in  Regular  Air  Force;   re- 
designation 5693,  8770 

Chaplains 5693.  10498 

Judge  advocates,  redesignation 5693 

Medical  and  dental  officers 8770 

Doctors  of  osteopathy,  appointment  as  medical 

officers;  Defense  Department  regulation 8625 

Nurses,  women  medical  specialists,  veterinary,  or 
medical  service  officers,  appointment  from  Air 

Force  Reserve;  redesignation 5693 

Appointment  without  compensation  and  statements 
of  financial  interests,  report  of:  persons  appointed 

under  Defense  Production  Act  of  1950 -1328, 

3200, 6046, 6047 
Authority,  delegations  of,  from  Defense  Department, 

■    Active  duty,  authority  to  order  certain  members  of 

reserve  components  to 3083 

Designation  of  persons  from  foreign  countries  to 

receive  instruction  at  Air  Force  Academy 6357 

Family  housing: 
For  civilian  employees  at  military  research  or  de- 
velopment installations _- 5452 

Wherry  family  housing  projects!' 

Acquisition  of 8670 

Taxefs  or  assessments  on,  deductions  from 9228 

Reserve  forces  Tacilities,  Federal  or  State-owned, 
functions  respecting,  including  negotiations,  in- 
spection, approval,  expenditure  of  funds,  etc__     1750 
Blind  persons,  prefereftce  to,  in  operating  vending 

stands;  Defense  Department  regulation 870 

Boards.     See  Committees,  boards. 

Chaplains,  appointment  as  officers  in  Regular  Air 

Force ---  5693,  10498 

Civil  authorities,  aid  of;  reference  to  Army  Depart- 
ment regulations,  deletion 5692 

Claims  against  United  States,  reimbursement  to  own- 
ers and  tenants  of  land  acquired  by  Air  Force: 
Pursuant  to  Public  Law  155.  82d  Congress;   land 
used  for  residential  or  agricultural  purposes. .. 
Pursuant  to  Public  Law  534,  82d  Congress;   land 
used  for  residential  or  agricultural  purposes. __ 
Committees,  boards: 
Health  Advisory  Board.  Interagency,  representation 

on 

Single  Manager  a.ssignments,  petroleum;  adminis- 
trative  committees,    representation    on.      See 
main  heading  Defense  Department. 
Titanium  Advisoi-y  Committee.  Office  of  Defense 

Mobilization;  representation  on 7444 

Contracts: 
Financing  defense  contracts.  Defense  Department 
regulations.    See  main  heading  Defense  De- 
partment. 
Procurement  regulations,  armed  services.    See  main 
heading  Defense  Department.  "^ 

Courts-Martial  Manual,  paragraph  126c;  punishment 
of  enlisted  personnel,  reduction  in  grade  at  time 

of  sentence  (Executive  Order  10652) 235 

Dependents  of  members  of  uniformed  services,  medi- 
cal care  for;  Defense  Department  regulation 8577 


3680 
3680 


383S 


AIR  FORCE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  ^'^ 

Discharge  or  release  from  active  duty;  separation  for 
convenience  of  Government,  authority  to  order 
discharge  or  release  to  permit  immediate  reen- 

listment  _ - 1*1? 

Enlistment  in  Reserve  forces.    See  Reserve  forces. 
Hazardous  duty,  incentive  pay  for  performance  of,^ 
by  members  of  Reserves;  minimum  flight  require- 
ments for  members  on  active-duty  and  inactive- 
duty  training  (Executive  Order  10681) 8129 

Housing  projects,  authority  delegations  tram  Secre- 
tary of  Defense  respecting.    See  Authority. 
Information: 
Militai-y  information,  safeguarding  of.   See  Security. 

Release  of  information  for  litigation 4289 

Insurance,  life,  solicitation  of  commercial  life  insur- 
ance on  military  installations;  -Defense  Depart- 
ment regulation 458,  5361 

In  ovei'sea  areas 2679 

Joint  Mexican-United   States  Defense  Commission, 

representation  on  (Executive  Order  10692 » 10325 

Judge  advocates,  appointment  in  regular  Air  Force; 

redesignation --    5693 

Litigation,  release  of  information  for 4289 

Medical,  dental,  and  allied  Socialists,  members  of 
armed  forces;  active  dutyNorder.  appointment, 
promotion,  etc.,  functions  of  Secretary  of  De- 
fense respecting  (Executive  Order  10658> 1064 

Medical  care  for  dependents  of  members  of  uniformed 

services.  Defense  Department  regulation 8577 

Medical  officers,  appointment  in  Regular  Air  Force. 

See  Appointment  of  officers. 
Motion  picture  service,  sale  or  release  of  motion  pic- 
ture and  sound  track  stock  footage 9057 

Nurses,   women   medical   specialists,   veterinary,   or 
medical  service  officers,  appointment  in  regular 
Air  Force  from  Air  Force  Reserve;  redesignation.     5693 
Osteopathy,  doctors  of,  appointment  as  medical  offi- 
cers; Defense  Department  regulation 8625 

Post  services: 

Motion  picture  service 5692 

Army  Department  regulations,  reference  to ;  dele- 
tion  > 5692 

Sale  or  release  of  motion  picture  and  sound  track 

stock  footage 9057 

Service  clubs,  hostesses  and  librarians:  reference 

to  Army  Department  regulations;  deletion 5692 

Prisoners;  reference  to  Army  Department  regula- 
tions,  deletion 5692 

Procurement : 

Air  Force  procurement  procedures,  revocation 5693 

Armed  services  procurement  regulations.    See  main 
heading  Defense  Department. 
Records,  non -Federal;  retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records. 
Recruiting  policy  for  secondary  schools.  Defense  De- 
partment  regulation 8395 

Relief   assistance;    reference   to   Army   Department 

regulations,  deletion 5692 

Reserve  forces: 

See  also  Reserve  forces  faciliKes. 
*  Air  Force  Reserve  Officers'  Training  Corps: 

Deferment  of  Air  Force  Reserve  Officers 6180 

Institutional   phase 6176 

Appointment  of  officers  in  Regular  Air  Force  from 

-  Reserves.    See  Appointmeit,  above. 
Enlisted  Reserve:  , 

Active  duty,  voluntary  entry  on 5014 

Prior  regulations,   revocation 1228 

Discharge  of  airmen  of  Air  Force  Reserve 10495 

Enlistment  and  reenlistment;  scope,  definitions, 

grades,  requirements,  qualifications,  etc 1228 

Age  requirements,  applicants  with  prior  service, 
foi-mer  male  Air  Force  Reserve  officers 

separated  because  of  age 1702 

Grade  determination,  former  Air  Force  Reserve 

officers  separated  because  of  age 1702 

Where  accomplished;  men  with  prior  selvice..    5795 
Reserve  obligations  and  participation  require- 
ments  10493 

Incentive  pay  for  performance  of  hazardous  duty 
by  members  of  Resei-ves.  minimum  flight  re- 
quirements for  members  on  active-duty  and  in- 
active-duty training  (Executive  Order  10681)—    8129 


AIR  FORCE  DEPARTMENT— Continued    i  P^« 

Reserve  forces — Continued 
Officers'  Reserve : 
Active  duty,  extended,  voluntary  entry  on__.._    7681 
Inactive  duty  training  ^y  and  allowances: 
Methods  of  qualifying: 

Airmen  present  at  unit  test  alert 2043 

Officers  present  at  unit  test  alert 2043 

Uniform,  wearing  of ;  exception  for  members  re- 
porting for  test  alert 2043 

Mobilization  and  training 9296 

Promotions 8769 

Ready  and  Standby  Reserves: 
Enlistments  in  Ready  Reserve  (Executive  Order 

10677) 6625 

Screening  of  Ready  Reserve,  and  providing  for 
transfer  of  members  to  and  from  Standby 

Reserve  (Executive  Order  10651) 169 

Selection  of  certain  persons  with  critical  skills 
for  enlistment  in  Ready  Reserve  (Executive 

Order  10650) 167 

Welfare,  morals,  health  and  safety  of  members 
of,  while  undergoing  active  duty  for  training 
for    basic    training;    Defense    Department 

regulation 5967 

Training  programs,  etc.,  Defense  Department  regu- 
lations.   See  main  headirig  Defense  Depart- 
ment. 
Reserve  forces  facilities.  Federal  or  State-owned,  au- 
thority delegation  from  Secretary  of  Defense  re- 
specting negotiations,  inspection,  appl'oval,  ex- 
penditure of  funds,  etc 1750 

Security,  safeguarding  military  information: 
Armed  forces  industrial  security,  and  industrial 
security  manual  for  safeguarding  classified  in- 
formation;  Defense  Department  regulations, 

codification   discontinued 2814 

General;  deflnjtions,  handling  of  classified  mate- 
rial, visitors,  etc 3834 

Investigation  and  clearance  of  private  contractor 

facilities  and  employees,  revocation 3834 

Single  Manager  assignments : 
Airlift  Service,  designation  of  Secretary  as  Single 

Manager 10344 

For  supplying  clothing  and  textile  materiel,  medical 
material,  petroleum,  subsistence,  and  trans- 
portation to  Armed  Services.    See  main  head- 
ing Defense  Department. 
Transportation : 
Air  transportation,  commercial;   Defense  Depart- 
ment regulations: 
See  also  Travel  accomodations. 
Load  limitations  for  transportation  of  groups  of 

military  personnel 839 

-Standards  of  service  for  charter  commercial  air 
transportation;  accommodations,  meals,  san- 
itation, safety,  etc 938 

General  transport  regulations;  reference  to  Army 

Department  regulations,  deletion 5693 

Individuals,  transportation  of;  reference  to  Army 

Department  regulations,  deletion 5693 

Motor    common    carrier    facilities    questionnaire 

(DD  form  677) 2042 

Ocean  transportation,  functions  of  Secretary  re- 
specting operation  of  Military  Sea  Transporta- 
tion  Service 4024 

Travel  accommodations  (air,  land,  or  sea)  for  mili- 
tary personnel,  civilian  employees  and  depend- 
.    ents  via  commercial  or  Government  transpor- 
tation within,  to,  from  or  outside  continental 
United  States  at  Government  expense ;  Defense 

Department  regulations _' 1589 

Troops,  employment  in  aid  of  civil  authorities;  refer- 
ence to  Army  Department  regulations,  deletion..    5692 
Vending  stands,   operation  of,  preference  to  blind 

persons;    Defense   Department  regulation 870 

AIR  POLLUTION  CONTROL,  grants  for.    See  Public 
Health  Service. 

AIRCRAFT  AND  AIR  CARRIERS: 
Accidents : 
Reporting  and  investigation  of.    See  Civil  Aero- 
nautics Board. 


AIRCRAFT  AND  AIR  CARRIERS — Continued  Page 

Accidents — Continued 

Search  and  rescue  operations  Involving  lost  air- 
craft, availability  of  radio  services.  See 
Federal  Communications  Commission. 

Aircraft  restricted  areas  over  military  installations, 
designation  of.  <See  Civil  Aeronautics  Adminis- 
tration. 

Airports  of  entry.    See  Customs  Bureau. 

Airspace  reservation  over  certain  areas  of  Superior 

National  Forest,  use  of  aircraft  within 7023 

Civil  aircraft,  navigation,  etc.  See  Civil  Aeronautics 
Administration;  and  Civil  Aeronautics  Board. 

Civil  airways,  control  areas,  etc.,  designation  of.  See 
Civil  Aeronautics  Administration. 

Danger  zone  regulations.    See  Engineers,  Corps  of. 

Defense  Department  regulations  respecting  trans- 
portation of  military  and  civilian  personnel  by 
commercial  air  carriers.  See  Defense  Depart- 
ment. 

Munitions  regulations  of  State  Department  relating 
to  foreign  and  United  States  aircraft.  See  State 
Department. 

Radio  service.  See  Federal  Communications  Com- 
mission. 

Seaplane  restricted  areas,  navigation  regulations 
respecting.    See  Engineers.  Corps  of. 

AIRCRAFT    PRODUCTION    RESOURCES    AGENCY,  ' 

authority  of.    See  Defense  Department. 
ALASKA: 
Alaska  public  works;  authority  respecting  contracts, 
construction  and  maintenance  of  roads,  bridges, 
etc.     See  Interior  Department. 
Conservation  programs.    See  Agriculture  Department. 
Fisheries,     commercial.    See     Fish     and"    Wildlife 
Service;  and  Intfrnational  Pacific  Halibut  Com- 
mission. 
Public  lands  in.    See  Land  Management  Bureau. 
Radio  services.    See  Federal  Communications  Com- 
mission. 
Roads: 

Through  and  feeder.     See  Interior  Department. 
Transfer  of  functions  of  Alaska  Road  Commission: 

Tp  Commerce  Department 6395 

To   Public   Roads   Bureau 6682 

School  lunch  program.    See  Agriculture  Department. 

Wildlife  protection,  refuges,  etc.    See  Alaska  Game 

Commission:  Fish  and  Wildlife  Service;  and  Land 

Man.'igement  Bureau. 

Witness  fees  and  allowance.    See  Justice  Department. 

ALASKA  GAME  COMMISSION: 

Fur  management  areas,  proposed  rule  making 698 

Guides : 

Employment  of,  by  nonresidents  and  aliens;  pro- 

f>osed  rule  making , 638 

Guide    licenses,    qualifications    for,   and   issuance 

thereof;  proposed  rule  making 698 

Licenses: 
Guides.    See  Guides.         ■      "^  ' 

Resident  trapping,  hunting,  and  fishing;  proposed 

rule  making 698 

Poisons,  designation  and  use  of;  proposed  rule  mak- 
ing   ^-__ 698 

Records,  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.  See 
main  heading  Records.      % 

ALASKA  RAILROAD: 

Operation  of  Alaska  Railroad  and  related  activities; 
delegation  of  authority  by  Director,  Office  of 
Territories,  to  Deputy  Director  of  Office  of  Terri- 
tories, Assistant  Director,  Alaskan  Affairs,  Office 
of  Territories,  and  General  Manager  of  Alaska 
Railroad  respecting 2494 

ALASKA  ROAD  COMMISSION: 

Authority,  delegation  of.  from  Director,  Office  of  Terri- 
tories, respecting  construction  and  maintenance 
of  roads,  tramways,  ferries,  bridges,  trails,  etc., 

in  Alaska 2594 

transfer  of  records,  property,  personnel,  funds,  etc., 
from  Interior'Department  to  Commerce  Depart- 
ment: 
Memorandum  of  agreement  between  Departments 

in  connection   with 6395 

Retransfer  of  functions  to  Public  Road^  Bureau 6682 

AI£XANDER   HAMILTON   BICENTENNIA^i    (Procla- 
mation 3155) 7017 

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ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF: 

Authority  delegations.    See  Organization  statement 

and  delegations  of  final  authority. 
Cash  derived  from  World  War  I  administration  of 
Trading  with  the  Enemy  Act;  transfer  to  Secre- 
tary of  Treasury  of  funds  subject  to  claims  by 
nationals  of   Poland,   Czechoslovakia.   Bulgaria, 

Hungary  or  Rumania 7976 

Claims : 

Bar  date  for  debt  claims  in  respect  of  Bulgarian, 
Hungarian,  and  Rumanian  debtors  whose  prop- 
erty was  vested  in  or  transferred  to  Attorney 
General  between  March  13,  1956.  and  August 

31.   1956 , .- 10183 

Rules  of  procedure  (including  claims  under  Title 
II  of  International  Claims  Settlement  Act  of 
1949) : 
See  also  Procedural  rules,  general,  below. 

Debt  claims .. 1584 

General  claims 1585 

General  rules 764.  1579 

Title   claims 1583 

World  War  I  administration  of  Trading  with  the 
Enemy  Act;  transfer  of  funds  subject  to  claims 
of  nationals  of  Poland,  Czechoslovakia.  Bul- 
garia.  Hungary  or  Rumania  to  Secretary  of 

Treasury  

♦  Dissolution  orders.    See  Vesting  orders. 
Organization  statement  and  delegations  of  final  au- 
thority  1241 

Authority  under  Title  II  of  International  Claims 

Settlement  Act  of  1949 1242 

Authority  under  Trading  With  the  Enemy  Act 1241 

Establishment  and  functions 1241 

Form  of  signature 1244 

Information , —     1244 

Location  of  oflBcers 1244 

Organization 1242 

Procedural  rules,  general: 

Authority   citation,^ -i—      "64 

Claims : 

See  also  Claims;  above. 
Forms : 

Form  SA-IA.  notice  of  claim  for  return  of 
property  under  section  207  (b)  of  Interna- 
tional Claims  Settlement  Act  of  1949 1579 

Form  SA-IC,  notice  of  claim  for  payment  of 
debt  under  section  208  (a)  of  International 

Claims  Settlement  Act  of  1949 1579 

Licensing;  allowance  of  claims  under  Title  n  of 

International  Claims  Settlement  Act  of  1949.     1579 
Sales  of  vested  property,  uniform  procedure  for; 
sales  under  Title  II  of  International  Claims    ^^ 

Settlement  Act  of  1949 '  764 

Prohibitions,  specific: 

Authority   citation —       764 

Prohibition  of  transactions: 
Powers  of  attorney  for  purpose  of  filing  claims 
under  Title  II  of  International  Claims  Set- 
tlement Act  of  1949.  exemption  from  prohibi- 
tion  764 

Transactions  by  personnel  of  OflBce  for  personal 
benefit  or  profit  in  connection  with  prop- 
erty or  interest  under  Title  II  of  Interna- 
tional Claims  Settlement  Act  of  1949 764 

Records : 

Citation  of  authority "64 

General  rule  as  to  non-availability  of  records;  au- 
thority of  Intercustodial  and  Foreign  Funds 

OflBcer  to  disclose  certain  information,  etc 764 

Non-Federal  records;  retention  requirements.    See 
main  heading  Records. 
Return  of  vested  property.    See  Vesting  orders. 
Vesting  orders,  etc.: 
Dissolution  orders: 

Cedar  Swamp, Road  Realty  Coi-p 167 

Cornelius  Holding  Coi-p 167 

Regulation    respecting    vesting   orders;    authority 

citation 764 

Return  of  vested  property,  notices  respecting: 

Aardewerk.  Josephina 8072 

Abas,  Anna,  Bertha,  Erik,  and  Mathijs _     9318 

Abas,  Friederika 6851,8209.8599.9319 

Abas,   Otto 8209.  8599,  9319 

Abelman,  Irene  Gerda — - - — _ — -     3400 

Abildgaard-EUing,  Knud . - 8219 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued  «•««• 
Vesting  orders,  etc. — Continued 

Return  of  vested  property,  notices  respecting — Con. 

Acieries  et  Forges  de  Firminy  Societe  Andnyme—  7505 

Ackermann,  Erna 7050 

Adler-Oppenheimer.   Rosa__ -  8209 

Adler-Temme,  Nieske  Johaima 4422 

Adriaanse.  Hermana 7049 

Aichelburg-Rumerskirch,  Alfred,  and  Anna 6908 

Air  Liquide.  Societe  Anonyme  pour  Exploitation 

des  Procedes  George  Claude 561 

Akata,  Chizuke.  and  Seijl — .;  9445 

Akker,  Alina - 8036 

Allaria.  Secondo 2596 

Alsberg,  Maartje • 8151 

Amsterdait^  Holland 9387 

AmsterdamsAhe  Bank.  N.  V 827 

Andreson,  Ledoard. ^ 8208 

Angelini,    Nicola » 1042 

Annink.   Engelbert _ 8209 

Ansbacher,  Lotte-__ 4422 

Apon-Vos.  Johanna 8072 

Appel,  R.  and  A.  R 6852 

Arita,  Eiko.__ _j -  2459 

Arita,  Miyochi 2459 

Arita,  Stanley  Il^uo , 2459 

Arnold.  Hans 8737 

Aronowitz,  Max.  and  Maurice 6852 

Asscher,  Frederika,  and  Bernard 4422 

Asser,  Hendrick,  Jan.  Wilhelmina,  and  Jan  R., 

and   others 8528 

Aufseeser.  Helene.  Isak,  Nathalie,  and  Trude 4422 

Backer.  Cornelia 8912 

Backrach.  Gertrud  Julia 1790 

Bakker.  Elise 8072 

Balog.   Mathilde «318 

Bamberg,  J i__  8151 

Baptist/ Parish  (Doopsegezinde  Gemeents) 9386 

Barbati.  Battista,  and  others 6250 

Barkhuysen,  Catharina 8738 

Barranco.  Agostina.  and  others 5876 

'  Bartels.      Jacobus 9320 

Bartels.   Louisa 6851 

Bassani.    Maria ,  760 

Bauer,  Friederike 1162 

Beccadilli  di  Bologna,  Anna,  and  others ^^_„  9445 

Beck,  Guido 2424 

Becker.   Bernhard 8737,  8738 

Becker,  -Mano.    Mozes,    Bernhard,    Jacobs,    and 

Bertha 8036 

Becker.   Saul _> 8036,8037 

Beem.  Hartog,  and  others 85^9 

Beenhouwer.   Dorothy 9321 

Beesemer,    Barend 6852 

Behrend,  F^anz  Heinrich 3641 

Bekker,  Marcelis. - 8911 

^    Belinfante,    Clotilde . 4422 

Belinfante-Oppenheimer»  Clothilde,  and  others..  9318 

Belmonte,  Agnes,  and  Juliette 8037 

Ben  David.  Israel,  and  Kalman  Goldberg 1161 

Ben'  Sopher.  Femmy 4423 

Bendien,  Willem 2596 

Bendik.  Samuel  Jacques 6852 

Bendiks,   Harry 8036 

Bendiks,   Lodewijk . 8036 

Benetti.  Giuseppe 4781 

Benjamin.  Roll 1 6852 

Benkiran,  Mehdi 3922 

Beraud,  Irene  Calenda 9747 

Bergenthal.  Ignaz 9747 

Berger,  Friedrich 5732 

Bermann.   Channa 760 

Bernard,   Jean 7645 

Berne,  Denise . —j>^—  ^^'^^ 

Berne,   Maurice .^-J —  7049 

Berte,  Endvald  Olsen  Bjoroen 4780 

Beversluis,  Andriana 4991 

Bevilacqua.  Paola  de  Gunderrode _ 1544 

BiaUosterski.  F.  J.,  and  A- 7050 

Bianco.  Eduardo 1 4780 

Bieberbach,  L_._ — —_ 2423 

Biederman.   Saartze .  6363 

Bierman,   Salomon 7049 

Biet,  Joel 8151 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued  Pas« 
Vesting  orders,  etc. — Continued 
Return  of  vested  property,  notices  respecting — Con. 

Bijvoet.  Joanna  Albertina  Cornelia 6249 

Bildner,  Mrs.  E.l 6851 

Bilgrey,  Grietje 6249 

Binger,  Alice,  and  Louise 8072 

Birnbaum,  Jouno,  Lily,  Willy,  and  Sabine 3642 

Bisio,  Ida — 2596 

Blaaser.  Jacob 6249 

Blaaser,  Sara,  and  Abraham '  6249 

Blauw,  Alice 6852 

Blazej,  Anna • L .  351 

Blazer,  Tobias.  Maria,  and  Helena 4423 

Bllndenbond,  de  Nederlandsche,  and  others 9385 

Blits,  L.  A 7050 

Blitz.  Renee,  and  Lya 2738 

Blom,    Louis ___. 7050 

Blom,    Rosetta .  3400 

Blumenfrucht,  Lobel— _- 7050 

Boas,   Brouwtje 7421 

Boas,  J.,  and  L.  H : 8527 

Boas,  Leendert,  Samuel,  and  Tobias 4422 

Boas,  San ." 8036 

Boas,  Tobias 8150 

Boasson,  Anna,  and  Maria. 9385 

Boasson,   Bernardine 6250 

Boasson,   Fred 8037 

Bodlander.  Hans,  and  Rudolf,  and  others^ 9387 

Boehm,  Dr.  Erich 2963 

Boekman.  Alexander,  and  others 9388 

Bohm,   Maria ^ 1162 

Bommer,   Jeltje , ^ 8151 

Bonnist,  Ernst 2297 

Bono,   Lina ., 2596 

Boon,  Serliena 6851 

Bosboon,  Rebecca,  and  others 9320 

Bosma,  Marten  Jan 6851 

Bosman,  A 3642 

Bosman,   Alexander z 4423 

Bottenheim,  Marguerite,  and  Jack 9386 

Bourlier,  Suzette 8600 

Boutillon.    Heru-i 1544 

Bouvrie-Otminghuijs,  Julia 8553 

Bramson.   Jacob 7561 

Brandon.  Joseph 6851 

Braunert,  Augustine  Anne 998 

Bregstein.  Renee 8037 

Brest.  Mozes.. 7049 

Brilleman,  Joseph 7049 

Bruchiss,  S 8151 

Brunet.  Catherine  Denyse 5607 

Bucherer,  Camilla  H..  and  Helen 6363 

Buchignani,  Amelia  Lazzerini,  Cesare,  and  Vin- 
cent    1544 

Bugliosi,  Rachele  Cinti 4236 

Buisman,  Pieter  Henri .:.■ 8912.  9320 

Bunimovitch.   Marcos 2297 

Buning,  Johannes 89lt 

Burger.   Helene 10528 

Buter.  Mia  Artha 8073 

Calisch.  Raymona,  and  Claude 4423 

Callo.  Abraham 7662 

Campreheger,  Gerda  Merkle 6852 

Caneel-Polak.  Catharina.  and  others 8738 

Cannavo.   Carmelo 665 

Cannenburg,  J.  A.  Voorbeytel 6400 

Cantale,  Antonina 1712 

Caratheodory.  C 2424 

Carburatours  Zenith  Societe  Generale 46 

Cardozo,  Mrs,  F,  V.,  Judy  M..  and  Mirjam 3101 

Cariello.  Frances,  and  Joseph 827 

Carsch.  Manfred,  and  others 8551.8552 

Cas.seres.  David 8840 

Cataldi.  Concetta  Avallone,  Elena,  Irene,  Anto- 
nina, and  Alfredo . 4703 

"Centraal  Israelietisch  Krankzinnigengesticht  in 

Nederland" 9385 

Centraal  Israelitisch  Weeshuis,  and  others „  9385 

Centraal  Tehuis  voor  Israelieten  in  Nederland »  .9318 

Cericola.  Maria  Teodora,  and  others 9748 

Chelkiyahu,  Peninah... 8036 

Chessare,  Carmelo,  Concetta  Vindigni,  Giovanni, 

and  Salvatore _ —  997 

80000—57 3 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF-rContinued 
Vesting  orders,  etc. — Continued 
Return  of  vested  prop)erty,  notices  respecting — Con. 
Chimiques  et  Electrometaljurgiques  Produits  Alias 

Froges  et  Camargue,  Compagnie  de 

Chopin.  Marcel 

Chi-istensen,  Heiiu-ich ^ 

Christian!  &  Nielsen 

Cijfer.  Abraham. :. _r__ 

Cijfer,  Eleazar : 

Cirillo.  Ferdinando . 

Cito,   Valentine 

Citroen,  Adriana 

Citroen,  Henry , 7562, 

Citroen,  Meta y.. 

Clarcke.  Mrs.  James  Samuel 

Coers,  Albertine  Eveline 

Cohen,  Adriaan 

Cohen,  Bennie '. 

Cohen,  Bertha.— 1_l 

Cohen,  Cornelia,  Herman,  and  Peter.. i 

Cohen.  E ;v 

Cohen,   Elly A 

Cohen,  Emil,  and  Abraham 

Cohen,  Elzechiel,  and  Carel 

Cohen,  F^-its.  Johan,  and  Paula 

Cohen,   Henriette . 

Cohen,  Use : 

Cohen,  Johan,  Magdalena,  and  Fritz 

Cohen,   Juliette 

Cohen,  Lion 

Cohen,  Louise,  and  others ^ 

Cohen,  Marie,  and  others , 

Cohen,  Mathilda '. ^ 

Cohen,   Mrs.   R .. . 

Cohen,  Rae,  and  Ethel__ 

Cbhen,   Rebecca . 

Cohen,   Sellie , 

Cohen.  Willem  Lodewijk 

Cohn.  William  and  Isabella 

Coleman,  Jack.  Jane.  Faye,  Sara,  and  Roll 

Contraves.  A.  G _i -. 

Coronel,  Izaak 1 

Cosman.  Henri,  and  others ;  7049, 

Costerus,  Henriette \ 

Courant,   Richard 

Cowan.  Goeffrey,  and  Arthur i 

Crane.  Teresa . 

Crebas.  Johanna,  and  Hermina 

Creeson.  Lillian  Sachiko ^ 

Crost,  Mrs.  A 

da  Costa.  Louisa  Barrou  Nunes.j ;. 

E>ahl.    Dagfinn 

D'Almada  e  Castro.  Christopher  Paul 

Damme.  Jeail ^ 

Dammen,    Hendrik , 

Daniels,  Herman . 

Dannheiser,  Pauba.  and  others 

Darmstadter.  Emilie,  and  Irene ; 

da  Silva,  Daniel  Jo 

da  Silva,  Henriette 

Davids.    David 

Davidson,  Meyer ^^ 

Davidson.  Salomon i... 

Deacon,  Gerard  P 

de  Beer.  Helene. , 

de  Bock-Levie,  Jeanette 

de  Boer,  Selma.^ 

de  Boers.  Saartje,  and  Esther 

de  Bruin.  Ina 

de  Bruin-Levie.  Caroline 

de  Castro,  Max  Orobio 

Deen,  Bertha,  and  others 

Deen,  Charlotte 

de  Flines,  Jeanne 

de  Graaf,  M.  E 

de  Gunderrode,  Paola 

de  Haan,  Henrietta,  and  Bertha. 

de  Haas,  Dr.  H.  D 

de  Hartog.  Nora . 

De  Hes.  Betsy 

de  Hes,  J.  B 

de  Hes,  Joseph  Benjamin 

de  Jong,  A.  P 

de  Jong.  Alice  Kareline : 

de  Jong,  Eva . 


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17 

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6249 

3400 

6852 

4423 

8208 

6851 

5731 

8248 

6851 

8151 

8036 

3641 

3972 

8073 

3972 

9320 

4423 

9318 

5549 

8037 

7049 

8528\ 

6852  ^ 

3641 

7049 

8072 

8475 

8528 

8529  . 

6851 

8474 

8037 

8037 

2297 

3101 

4263 

6852 

7645 

4422 

9319  . 

4423 

2423 
8037 
760 
8738 
^459 

7049 

6850 

3099 

4780 

8037 

8151 

6851 

9388 

8036 

7422 

8553 

2963 

7050 

8352 

3100 

9321 

8073 

4423  ' 

8209 

8209 

8150 

7561 

9388 

8552 

8601 

9318 

1544 

7050 

3642 

5157 

2963 

6851 

8072 

8037 

4991 

8528 


IS 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


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ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued 
Vesting  orders,  etc. — Continued 
Return  of  vested  property,  notices  respecting — Con. 

de  Jong.  Jacques,  and  Lena 7049 

de  Jr>ng,  Jenny 8036 

de  Jong,  Johanna 7422,  8529 

de  Jong.  Justine,  and  Alice -  7663 

de  Jong,  Michael,  and  Eva 7644 

de  Jong,  Rachel 7050 

de  Jonge,  Anna..,.        ----- 49»;J 

de  Jonge,  Maria,  and  Robert 9387 

de  Jongh,  Bruno  Jan- 7561 

de  Jongh,  Carel 7561 

de  Jong-Koster,  Regina.--; ^Scn 

de  Kadt,  Siegfried  and  Marie 6850 

de  Kadt,  Wilhelmina.  and  Maarten 6249 

de  Kadt-de  Jong.  Mr.  and  Mrs -  8037 

Dekker.  Rosetta 6851 

de  la  Feld,  Giancarlo °551 

de  la  Feld,  Paolo,  and  others 7505 

de  la  Fuente,  Alfred 8037 

de  Lange,  Marcus,  and  Siegbert 9387 

de  la  Paisieres,  P.  J.  A 8474 

de  la  Parra,  Elsa.  and  Mieke 8037 

de  la  Parra,  Max 8037 

de  la  Serna,  Ada  Crespo- — —^ 5730 

de  Leef,  Elizabeth 7562 

de  Leeuw.  Anna,  Rachel,  Hugo,  Dr.  Karel.  and 

others 8528 

•.       de  Leeuw,  Carolina - ~  8073 

de  Leeuw,  Eli --- 8150 

de  Leeuw,  Louki.  and  Louis 6^49 

de  Leeuw,  Lucie ^ 8551,  8552,  8912 

de  Leeuw-de  Lieme,  Anna 8150 

de  Leeuwe,  Bilha,  and  others- - 9321 

de  Leon.  Wolf ^ 9388 

I             De  Luca,  Gaetano 2737 

'  de  Mattos,  Emmy  Gomperts-Teixeira--  8551,8552,8553 

de  Miranda,  Abraham -  8737 

de  Miranda,  Louise,  Abraham,  and  Samson 8150 

de  Miranda,  Salomon 7421,  8841 

de  Muralt.  Sylvia  Elisabeth 45 

Denekamp.   Mrs.   H 3642 

den  Hartog.  Ella - -  8072 

Dentz,   Henri 8352 

Dentz,   Marguerite 6850 

Dentz.   Rudolf -— — .  9385 

de  Pool,  Anna- — 8073 

de  Puelma,  Anita  Brenecke _ *15 

de  Ridder-Meufl 9387 

de  Roock,  Joan,  and  others 8840 

de  Silva.  Abraham '- 8911 

Desimone,  Marriette  Schipano 8208 

de  Smitt,  Aron - 7421 

de  Swlan,  Adelheid 8036 

Deutmann,  Dr.  Dorothea 7663 

de  Vries,  Mrs.  A 8036 

de  Vries,  Abraham,  and  others 8209 

de  Vries,  Atie '■—  6852 

de  Vries,  Betje.— 7421 

de  Vries.  Betty,  Clare,  and  Sam 3642 

de  Vries.  Clara,  and  Henri,  and  others 8474 

de  Vries.  Cornells,  Simon,  Bertha,  and  Bernard- _  4991 

de  Vries,  Mrs.  E -  7421 

de  Vries,  Elisabeth 8912 

de  Vries,  Prancisca I 8912 

de  Vries, -Frederika  Sophie  Tal 3166 

de  Vries.  Gerbertus  H * 998 

de  Vries.  Henny ■ 7364 

de  Vries,  Louis,  and  Samuel 8037 

de  Vries.  M.  Tels — 8036 

de  Vries.  Mietje '- 3101.  7644 

de  Vries.  Nico.  and  others 8037,  8527 

>     '         de  Vries.  Nicolaas.  and  Hugo 4992 

de  Vries.  Rachel.  an<yisaac^ ^ 3101 

de  Vries.  Tiny,  and-^m 7644 

de  Vries-Pais,  Rebecca —  8151 

de  Vries-Slomper,  J.  A ®^2£. 

de  Zanna,  Arcangelo 202» 

de  Waal.  Liliane —  5549 

de  Wallisch.  Eva  Zutrauen 7663 

de  WiHigsen-,  Bonney,  and  Patricia 8151 

de  Winter,  Reintze 6363 

de  Winter,  Salomon 7421 

de  Wit.  Anna 6249 

Diamant,  Anna 8037 


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ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued 
Vesting  orders,  etc. — Continued 
Return  of  vested  property,  notices  respecting — Con. 

Dickson,    Clara— 8151 

Digoude-Diodet,  Desire  and  Marie-Louise 5876 

Dijkstra,  Ljtje 8037 

di  Serracapriola,  Antonio 7505 

Doblinger,  Ludwig 6248 

Doggenweiler,  Pundacion  Fernando 2738 

Domee,  Johanna,  Henriette,  and  Gertruda.  and 

others , 8911 

Dorfel,  Adam 622 

Doyer,  Elisabeth,  Jacob,  and  Thomas 8474 

Drago,  Rosa 5876 

Drilling,  Josephine 3101 

Drukker,  Dr.  Samuel 8601 

Dubossarsky,  Benjamin 5667 

Dudart.  Julia *422 

Dufayel.  Jacqueline 7562 

Dufayel-Cohen.  Sonja 7562 

Duizend.  Abraham.  Maurits,  and  Dr.  Louis 7050 

Duijzend,   Maurits 7059 

Duke,  Marjorie . : 8037 

Dupont,   Pauline 8150 

Dux,    Hermine 8151 

Duyzend,  Petronella 8037 

Economische  Stoomproductie  Bureau,  N.  V__-.r—  7561 

Edersheim,  Elisa 7644 

Edersheim.   Hubertina 9385 

Edersheim,  Karel,  and  others 7561,7644,8600 

Edersheim.   Martha 8037 

Edinger.  Inge,  guardian  of  Zeev  Edinger 2458 

Effros,   Ella 6249 

Eichhorn.   Theresia. 664 

Eitje,  Carolina *991 

Ekker-de  Vries,  Flora '. 8841 

Electrical  Fono  Films  Co  A/S 3100,  3400 

Elias,  Eduard 4991 

Ellas,  Gretha - — 4992 

Elias,  Hugo ; 7662 

Elias,  Hugo  David -' 3642 

Elias,  Thea  Celine 4992 

Elias-Prins,   Gratha 8037 

Elsas,   Debora 8073 

Elsbach,  Edmond -  2459 

Eltzbacher.   Max 8073 

Elzas,  Albert  and  Sally 4991 

Elzas,  Mozes 7644 

Elzas,  Sophie 8037 

Emden,  Hesther  van 7644 

Engel,  Gavriel  Joseph ^ 1161 

Engel.  Shlomo  (Salomon) 1161 

Engers.    Flora 8073 

Engers,  Isaac 8036 

Enthoven.  Mrs.  A^  W.  J 3642 

Enthoven,  Elizabeth 8037 

Enthoven,  Henri.  Adine,  and  Marius 7644 

Enthoven,  Dr.  Paul -  7644 

Enthoven-Doorman,  Catarina,  and  others 8209 

Ephraim.   Cornelia — —  8474 

Erdoss,  Peter 4*22 

Ernstbrunner,  Franz,  and  others 9445 

Esso,  Kaatje  van r- 4422 

Etablissements   Emel ,-  7662 

Ettlinger.  Ellen — 10528 

Falkenstein.   Paula 5549 

Farbstein,  Harry.  Jadwiga,  and  Severin 4422 

Faulhammer.  Anna 6909 

Faure.  Jean  Marie  Andre 6908 

Feibelmann,   Hugues _ 3922 

Peige,  Julius 7663 

Feldman,    Ruth 5549 

Felix,   Geertruida 8474 

Pelleman.  Willem.- - 7049 

Fellner,  Mrs.  E.  R --  9321 

Figueroa,  Lillian 1162 

Filippa,   Italo 4780 

Fischel,   Ernst 8209 

Fleischer,   Bela 4422 

Plesch.  Bertha 4422 

Flesseman.  Louise 8036,  8737 

Foehr.  Alice -     5859 

Forster-Blog.  Helena 8151 

Foundation  "Clara-Stichting" -  9387 

Foundation  "Eekhoomfonds" ,._— 9318 

Francesco,  Sanfllippo  Giuseppe 1712 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued  Pa8« 
Vesting  orders — Continued 
Return  of  vested  property;  notices  respecting— Con. 

Pranck,  Wilhelm -  8474 

Franco,  Daan,  Buido.  and  Monique 7662 

Prank,  A - 7050 

Prank,  E.  D - 8072 

Frank,  Grietje 6851 

Prank,  Leonard 8529 

Prank,  Marcus,  and  others 8209 

Frank,   Mariarme . 8037 

Prank,  Philipp - — i-  2423 

Prank.  Mrs.  S 1 — -  8072 

Pranken,  Henri,  and  others 8209 

Pranken.  Maurits _ .—  7561,8600 

Pranken.  Philippina,  and  Selina- 3642 

Frankfort,  Annette —  8840 

Prankenhuis,  Martijn 7049 

Pranken-Vreeland.  Jansje 7049 

Frankfort,  Abraham,  and  Alida 8036 

Prenkel,  Paul _ 3972 

Prenkel-Serphos  Studiefonds.l 8552,8600 

Friedel,  Siegfried,  Julius,  Natalie,  and  Pied 8073 

Friedman.   Rena _ ^ —  8151 

Friend.  Henrietta ! 760 

PrieschoU,  Rebecca 8552 

Prijda.  Ravel ; 9318 

Frisco.  Saar .._ 4993 

Prowenfeld,  Walter,  Edwin,  Robert,  Richard,  and 

Percy 8151 

Puchs,  Mrs.  E.  D 8475 

Pujisaka,  Ayako- 5157 

Purth,  Reinhold  Henry -_w 2423 

Gallinatti.  Domenica 2596 

Gallo,  Cristino  Cesira  Anna  Vedova,  and  others..  8839 

Gans.   Jeanette - 7422 

Gasparovic.  Mate,  and  Vladimir .___^^ 9747 

Geismar.    Jeannette 7049 

Gelber.  Erich  Theodor 4992 

Geleerd,  Benedictus 7050 

Gerlagh,  Wendelina,  and  others . 9385 

Gerritsen,  A.  G 8528 

Gersons,  Louis,  Berthold,  and  Hennan 8529 

Gersons,  Louis,  and  Helene 5549 

Gerzon,  Clara 7561 

Gerzon,  Ellen 7644 

Gerzon,  Sara,  and  Lion 3101 

Giannini.  Prancesca 1544 

Gill.  Michael 3641 

Giorgini,  Felicina  Ceci 5731 

Godschalk.  Benjamin 8552 

Ooedhart,  Nicolaas  Lebret,  and  Cornelia 8474 

Goedsmit.  Robert ^-_  7364 

Golding.   Margaret 4422 

Goldschmidt,  Kurt,  and  Use 8737.  8738 

Goldschmidt,  Otto,  and  Paul '  7644 

Goldsmit.  Eduard.  and  others 8473 

Goldsmit,  Julie,  and  others 8474 

Goldsmit,    Sara 6363 

Goldsteen.  Hartog 7050 

Gompen,  Bertha . 8037 

Gompen,  Mrs.  E.,  and  Jacob 9387 

Gompen,    Judith 8072 

Gompers.  Louis 7049 

Gomperts,  Albert,  and  others 9318 

Gomperts.  C.  E.,  and  Rosa 3101 

Gomperts.  Dietrich,  and  Moritz 7561 

Gomperts,  Emmy 8073,  9320 

Gomperts,  Moritz 9320 

Gomperts,  Rose,  Leonora,  and  Henrietta 3101 

Gomperts-Trtxeira  de  Mattos,  Emmy__  8551,  8552,  8553 

Gompertz.  Pi%ddy 4992 

Gosschalk.  Elsia  Josephine 5549 

Gosschalk.  Henriette.^: 2963 

^    Gosschalk-Bergen,  Antonia  Maria  Wilhelmina. _-  4992 

Gouda.  Amelie 8073 

Goudeket.  Anna i 8209 

Goudeket.  J.  M..  and  others 6852 

Goudeket,   S.._^ 7049,8737 

Goudsmit,  Ella . 7364 

Goudsmit.  Joel 1l 4991 

Gourio,  Jean , 8351 

Granaada.  de  Jong,  M 1  4992 

Grande  Paroisse  Chimlque  Societe :  561 

Grandi  Film  Storici.  S.  A.  R.  L __ 1161 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued 
Vesting  orders — Continued 
Return  of  vested  property;  notices  respecting — Con. 

G?andia,  Ina,  and  others 8473 

Greebel,  Sara 8737 

Greebel-Geleerd.  Sara 7050,8841 

Gregorio,  Pietro,  and  others 6909 

Groeneveld.  Evalina 8151 

Groneveld.  Evalina .: 7562 

Grootkerk.  Jacques,  and  Salomon 8473 

Gruen.  Adolf 3100 

Grunwald,  Levi 3101 

Guerci,  Giovanni 742Z 

Guggenheim,  Trude 760 

Guggi,  Ingrid ; 1712 

Gulbranssen,  Trygve 622 

Gulino,  Paolo.. 760 

Gumbert,  Claude,  and  Henry.-^ 6249 

Gunzel.  Prancisca 8073 

Haagens,  Cato.  and  Aimie 8552 

Haas.  Abraham 9386 

Hagt,  Johannes «, 852» 

Hakker,  Levie 1 7050 

Ham.  Mrs.  C 8840 

Hamburg,   Catharina 1 7049 

Hamburg,   Isidore : 8151 

Hamburger,  B .. ^ 7050 

Hamburger,  Donald  David : 8528 

Hamburger,  Mrs.  Cato - 8528 

Hamburger.  Isaac 7049 

Hamburger,  Jacques,  and  Maria 4991 

Hamel,  Abraham 8352 

Hammelburg,   Emanuel 8352 

Hammelburg,   Gertruida 8036 

Hammonds,  Robert l. 8073 

Handelsvennootschap  "Ansti" r 8209 

Hanemann.   Moses .. ; 3101 

Harke,  Gertrud 117 

Hartlooper.    Barend 8151 

Hartog.  A.,  and  R : 9318 

Hartog,  Estella ^ 6851 

Hartog,  Leentje,  Herman,  and  Heleen 7049 

Hartog.  Philip  Arnold 4992 

Hartog-Davidson,  N 8209 

Hartogensis,  Karel 2297 

Hartog-Maykels,  R -_  8150 

Hartogs,  Dr.  Jacques 9386 

Harts,  Thersa 7561 

Hartz,  Philip,  Louise,  Samuel,  and  Louis 6851,  8600 

Hauer-Hertz,  Marie .._  4992 

Hausdorff,  Julius -._  8036 

Havie,  Dorothea 9386 

Hayim,   Abraham _-^ 8352 

Hedeman.  Julie * 7644 

Hedvall,  J.  Arvid i J— _  351 

Heerdt.  Margaretha 4422 

Heidecker,  Fiieda 919 

Heilbron,  Johnny.. 6249 

Heilbrunn-Loewenthal,  Olga —  5549 

Heilbut,  Harry —  8840 

Heimans.  Elisabeth,  and  Arthur __2 3641 

Heimans,   Theodoor i L—  4992 

Heinz.    Elise 8784 

Heitlinger.  Elise 8072 

Hekscher.  Solomon,  and  Aaltje 7049 

Helfrich-Baruch.   Helena 8151 

Hellendall.   Helena 7049 

Hellendall,   Silvain ..^ 7644 

Hendrik,  Alexander i 685i 

Hendrix,   Marianne . 9386 

Hertzberger,  Diena '. 3641 

Hertzberger,  Isiddor,  and  others 1  9285,9386 

Hertzberger.  Marie. -and  AtmaT>and  others 9388 

Hertzberger,   Selina.——.— 7561 

Herzig,  Hermine 7364 

Hess,  Mrs.  E.  M 8036 

Hess,  P.  I 6852 

Het  Joods  Nationaal  Ponds : 4423 

Hetterich, .  Paula... 8529 

Heufr.  Antbnie,  and  Mar.ia- 8912 

He\iflf,  Dirk .- 9319 

Heymann.  Otto , 664 

Hickins.  Max,  and  Walter ' 5549 

Hijman,  Elizabeth 2596 

Hijman,  Renee ; 3101 

Hijmans,  Dr.  Fiederik i. 8553 


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21 


Page 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued 
Vesting  orders— Continued 
Return  of  vested  property;  notices  respecting— CQn. 

Hijmans,  Hendrik 9388 

Hijmans,  Herman,  and  Mariets o8»l 

Hijmans.  Josephine ^eli 

Hijmans,  Karel 3642 

Hijmans,  M.,  and  Mrs.  S 8^0» 

Hijmans.  Rudolf,  Henriette,  Herman  Jan,  Jeanne, 
Martine.       Christine,       Herman      Jodocus, 

Therese,  and  Willem 7049 

Hijmans-Menco.  Mela«ie ~    6851 

Hildesheim,  Mietje 3400 

Hirsch,  J.   S 2459 

Hirschberg,  Flora  Alice ^d41 

Hirschel,  Felix ^^^l 

Hirschel.  Dr.  Maurits os^i 

Hirschel.  Meyer.  Henriette.  and  Veronica 8150 

Hirschfeld.  Erich  Louis -     3921 

Hoedemaker,  Bertha,  and  Arnold— TOVi 

Hofkamp.  Rosette "^^     '  oa^o 

Hollander.  Rachel  A.  S -l 807-2 

Hollandsche  Koopmansbank.  N.  V r ivao 

Holtzscherer.  Georges  and  Philippe 3972 

Holy.  Piiedrich.  and  Alfred s—     5611 

'  Hoolhorst,  Clasinus  Pieter  Evert v757 

Honisch.  Karl,  Maria,  and  Hubert, 6909 

Hopfenmaier,  Albert,  and  Babette 4422 

Horak.  Josef —     8150 

Hotke-Enthoven,  Martha ^ — 7644 

Housman,  Louis,  and  Rosalie 8151 

Houthakker.  Josephus 9318 

Huizinga,  Tamme \ 9386 

Hume,  Hilary 3165 

Hummelen-van  der  Stempel.  H.  M 7o62 

Hurgronje,  Milena— r- 9320 

Hutjens,  Gerardus 8528 

Ichenhauser,  Ada 8y36 

Iglisch,   R — ^oc,  ofcn 

Inglsesby,  Julius 6851,8150 

Institute  Nazionale  per  i  Cambi  con  I'E^tero 441 

Internationale  Spinpot  Explotatie  Maatschappij, 

N    V 8037 

Isaac,  Henriette,  Arthur,  and  Benjamin —     7644 

Israel,  Felix.__ - -  4422,8150 

Israelsky,  Hilde 6249 

Italic.   Enoch J*j\ 

Jacobs    D.  I -     9319 

Jacobs!  Floretta,  and  others 9320 

Jacobs,  J.  H.,  and  others 8352 

Jacobs.  Marcus  Louis 3642 

Jacobs,  Mauritz ''049 

Jacobs,  Mrs.  V..  Dr.  D.  I..  M..  A.,  and  Tsipore 9386 

Jacobson.     Elisabeth.     Pauline,     RoberX,     and 

Eduard,  and  others , 8475 

Jacobson,  Ephraim,  Hanna,  and  Jonathan..  8036,8528 

Jacobson.   Hanna 8036 

Jacobson.   Jacob 2596 

Jacobson,  Jonathan 8036 

Jalovici,  Hermine 7976 

Janssan,  Cornells 8911 

Janssen,  Adriana,  and  others 8474,  8528 

Janssen.   Catharina 7049 

Jessurum-Vorst,  Mietje 8553 

Jessurun.  Betty _ 4992,  8599 

Jessurun,  Jacob , 8209 

Jesus.  Henri  Leon  Lucien 7645 

Jewish  Cultural  Community  of  Vienna 5876 

Jilovsky.  Fritz  Joseph,  and  others 10528 

aJisa.  Joseph 3714 

Jitta,  Emmy . 8151 

'  Jitta.  Onno.  and  Jan .... 4422 

Joachimsthal.  Albert i 6851 

Jonas.  Chawa.  and  Betty  Loopuit ». 4992 

Joosten.  Betsy  Hedeman 3641 

Joseph,   Betsy i 7562 

Judell,   Herman -—    4991 

Judels,   Dina — -    7422 

Jurgens.  Mrs.  H.,  and  others ^ 8475 

Jurgens,  Maria 8528 

Jzn,   Sigmond 8151 

Kaas,  Elske,  Wielke,  and  Sonja 7562 

Kaas,  Jacques 7562 

Kahler,   Hildegard -    2423 

Kaiker,  Jennette,  and  Abraham 5157 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued 
Vesting  orders— Continued 
Return  of  vested  property;  notices  respecting — Con. 

Kaiker.  Thamar 

Kalliris.  Natalina  Allaria 

Kamal.   Yasvuiari r 

Kamp.   Ida 

Kampmeyer.  Hendrika 

Kan,  Henriette.  and  Jules 

Kan.  Mrs.  J.  D - — 

Kan,   Nora 

Kandel,  Gertraude j^ 

Kaneko.   Hatsutaro 

Kann.  Jan  and  Anna 

Kanner.   Ruchle '• 

Kanstein,  Dr.  Frederik 

Kaplan.   Frits 

Kaptijn-Pezaro,  Henriette 

Karrer.   Paul 

Kars.  Mrs.  S.  C 

Kastan.   Henriette— 

Kats,  S..  Reina,  Nico,  Marits,  and  Lilly 

Kats,   Salomon 

Kattenburg,   Willem 

Kaufmann.  Mrs.  F 

Kaufmann,  Frida 

Kaufmann,  Gertrude  Wedl..— 

Kaufmann,  Johanna 

Kavaleff.  Sophie ^ 

Kawamoto,   Takayukl 

Keesing,  Dr.  Abraham,  and  Marianne 

Kegresse.     Valentin    Adolphe,     Elizabeth,     and 

Regine  

Keithley.  Eva  Buchignani 

Keizer,  Albert  Jules 

Keizer-Hijmans.    Geertruida 

Kellermann.  Karen 

Kerremans,  Johanna 

Keyl.  R - 

Kiappe.  Peter  and  Sohphie 

Kiek,  Henriette 

Kienlen,  Joseph  Emile 

Kienlen.  Stephanie  Amelia,  guardian  for  Albert 
Plorian.  Marguerite  Jenne,   and  Emilie  Al- 

bertine  Kienlen 

Kiewe,  Eva 

Kimmel.   Selma 

Kinsbergen,    Jacob 

*Kirchheim.    Martha 

Kirchner,  Floris •_ 

Kisch.  Isaak,  and  Rebecca 

Kissling.  A.  A ■■ 

Kiwi.  Annette 

Klamer.  Rosa 

Kleerekoper-de  Jong.  M 

Klein,   Frederik 

Klein,  Heinz  Jacob 

Klein.  Marinus 

Klemperer.   Otto r 

Klestadt.  Ruth - 

Kloots,  Klara.  and  other ---. 

Knip.  Ludwig- 

Knock,  Samuel,  and  Charles 

Koe.  Prosper ~ 

Konijn,  Abraham.  Willem.  and  Hendrik 

Koninklijke    Pharmaceutische    Pabrieken    voor- 
heen  Brocades-Stheeman  Si  Pharmacia,  N.  V- 

Koperberg,  Hanna,  and  others 

fcorb,  Eva,  and  Arnold 

Korb-Mot,  Eva 

Korendorf,  Ellen  Abel  Musgrave  Krause y- 

Korijn,  Eduard  Gerard 

Korijn.  Louis 

Korner.    Erich 

Komer.  Wilhelmine -^ 

Korthals.  Gerardina 

Koster,  Martijn 

Kosturkiewicz,   Celine 

Kratzke,  Emilie 

Krijn,   Herman 

Krings,  Anna 

Krlstenseri,  Johannes  Evald  Tang 

Krom,   Betsie — 

Kroonenbejrg,  Lydia : 

Kroonenburg,   Abraham L 

Kruger,  Paul,  Ernst,  and  Max 


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7561 

2596 

6362 

8737 

8150 

7049 

7050 

6851 

1712 

7364 

9321 

7562 

8037 

7422 

5608 

45 

6851 

8073 

8352 

8475 

5608 

5608 

8036 

6852 

5549 

8551 

3100 

8073 

6909 
1544 
4992 
7422 
5876 
7644 
8072 
2133 
6851 
998 


998 
7663 
7645 
9320 
3100 
8072 
2596 
4991 
3101 
2459 
4992 
7561 
6249 
8599 
8248 
7561 
8209 
6249 
8150 
9385 
5157 

7662 
8352 
4422 
8150 
84 
4422 
8150 
2423 
2423 
7422 
8151 
4993 
4991 
8209 
8601 
5859 
8151 
4991 
8151 
8151 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued  ^^ 
Vesting  orders — Continued 
Return  of  vested  property;  notices  respecting — Con. 
Knikziener,  Alexander,  Leo,  Meyer.  Michel,  and 

Abraham— -  6250 

Kult.  Mrs.  D..  Albertine,  and  Herman 9319 

Kunz,   Josef —  9625 

Kuyper,  Betsy 7662 

Kwakkel,   Mrs.   P 8351 

La  Bella,  Maria  Gallo.  and  others ,.  6362 

Laberton,  Johan.  Willemina,  and  Herman 8351 

Labrowski,  H -, 7050 

Landau,  Paula.— 1— .—  8150 

Landre.  Henriette 3101 

Lankhout,  Anna,  and  Ernst 7644 

Lankhout.  Mrs.  L 8912 

Lansberg,  Henri.  Julie,  and  others 9385 

La  Rocca.  Olimpia 5157 

Lauer,  Hans... 6852 

•           Lavignac,  Germaine  Anita  Jeimy 1 5876 

Lawson.  Curt  Isaacson 3641 

Lazarowitsch,  Schulem 2422 

•  Lazzerini,  Alberto,  Angelo,  and  Pia 1544 

Leefsma,  Ralph 8841 

Leendert,  Samuel 8150 

Leeser,  Mrs.  G .  8474 

Leeser-Menke,   Ella >, 5157 

Legendre-Freund,   Franco'ise 4780 

Lehmann,  Martha 7663 

Lek,   Willem 8737 

Lemal,  Fernanda  Quaisin ,. 1790 

Leman,  Mina 4423 

Leonard,   Elisabet 8150 

'Leonard,  Isaac _* 8150 

Leons.   Joseph 8553 

Leopold.  Suze  Christine 4992 

Levenbach.  Annalie,  and  Joost 8078 

Levenbach.  Ella,  Hendrik,  Emilie,  and  Marianne. .  7644 

Levie,  Benjamin;  and  Hein .__  8150 

Levle,  Emile,  and  Abraham 8150 

Levie.  Henriette.  and  WiUy 8150 

Levie.  Joseph — . 8208 

Levie.  Martin 7421 

Levie,  Max—- '—  8073 

Levie-Apliroot.  Elisabeth _ — 8150 

Leyie-Manfeld.  Bertha _>. - -  8073 

Levy,  Berthe 5157 

Levy.  Fritz  (Uri) ,  Harold,  and  Herbert  (Moshe) .-  779 

Levy.  Kitty ^— 6852 

Levy.  Margot -, 8072 

Lewis,  Clara,  and  Stella /- 6852 

Leydesdorfl.  Sientje 6851 

'     Lezer.  Marcus,  and  Philip 8073 

Lichtblau,  Hadosso..^ 8150 

Lieng,  Jo  Tiong 8351 

Lievenboom,  Emma 3642 

Lifschitz,  C.  Z 5608 

Lignac-Enthoven,  Henriette 7644 

Ligouri,  Augusto,  Lucia,  and  Maria r —  1042 

Ligtenstein,  Hannie  E _♦- 8072 

Limburg,   Paul '. 8352,  8737 

Lindley,  Francis  Emil  Searles 5157 

Lindley,  Helen  Crossman,  and  Edward  Searles 

Lindley —  -  171Z 

Lindner,  Juliane 1161 

Lloni,  Denise 7049 

.     Lioni.  Jacobus 9385 

Lioni,  Marie —  8072 

Llssauer,  Alexandra - — , 3101 

Lize-Vreezen.  Mrs.  H.  C . 2423 

Locci,  Rosa  Monjona,  and  others 8840 

Loeb,  Trude- 6363 

Loebel,  Alice 4992 

Loewenstein,  Elisabeth.-, 7050 

Loewenstein,  Margareth r 5549 

Loewenthal,  A 5549 

Loewenthal,  Rose 4422 

Loewenthal-Baer.  Frieda 5549 

Loewner,  Charles 2423 

Lolkema.   Petronella— 8351 

Loude   <Loete).  Hermine 8553 

Lovinsohn,  Alma  G- ..— — -  7049 

,         Lowenbach,   Isidore! 8552 

Lowenthal,  Frederika 3100 

Lucente.  Rose 8208 

Lucien,.  Abel  Louis 6852 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued  Pas* 
Vesting  orders — Continued 
Return  of  vested  property;  notices  respecting — Con. 

Liikesova,  Marie .  3714 

Machek.  Elizabeth 664 

Mahler,  Otto l 1162 

Maijer,   Sophia. " 8150 

Maly,   Aloisia ^ 1712 

Manheim,  Robert  S , 5157 

Manor-Levison.  Herta , _•_ 5549 

Mansfeld.  Herman 9320 

Mansfeld,  Rosa 8072 

Manus.  Carmen • 8738 

Marens,  Josephine 8036 

Margulies,  Jetty  and  Golda./ , 1545 

Markens,   August^ 7561 

Markus,  Frits __—  4422.  8840 

Marohnic,  Ivana . 998 

Martino,  Thereseina,  and  Arturo 1 827 

Marx,    Arthur ^ 8553 

Marx-Michels.   I_ __ 7561 

Marx-Reiss,  R :.  8151 

Matena,  Teimtje  Adriana j. 5239 

Mathieu,  Henriette 8474 

Mautsch,  Caroline  Jeanne 8248 

Maykels,  H ^ 8150 

Maykels-Koningsberger.  R .'-._ 8150 

Mayor  of  Angri,  Italy : 7049 

McMurray,   Geoffrey 7421 

Meerlo,   Sophie 6851 

Meisner,   Jacob.. _^ " 3100 

Mela.   Domenico 1712 

Mendes,   Else 8036 

Menko,  A.,  and  others 8527 

Menko,   Arthvu- 4992 

Menko,  Bertha  ^nd  others^- 8529 

Menko,  Maarten  Ivor 5157 

Menko-Edersheim.  Bertha »__ 8150 

Meraker  Smelteverk  Aktieselskabet 44?3 

Mertz.  Jacqueline  Cecile  Jeanne r  7422 

Mesritz,   Ellen 3101 

Mesritz,  Jacques 7561 

Messager,  Charles .- 5876 

Messias,  E 6852 

Metcalfe,  Gertrude  E .. 4703 

Metz,  Louis 7561 

Meurs-Edersheim,  Mrs.  B 9385,9386 

Meursing.  Emilie.  and  Aalrik,  andjothers 8600 

Meyer,  Dagobert 7663 

Meyer,   Leo ...^ 3100 

'      Meyer,  Sophia ^ 6851 

Meyer-Hecht,  Use : 7562 

Meyerhoff,  Walter  P, 117 

Meyers.  Wilhelmina : , 6850 

Michels.  Max 7561 

-    Middendorf,   Johann -—  8351 

Miguchi.  Nobuko 3400 

Milne,  Herbert  Stewart i 5607 

Minkenhof,  Dr.  J.  E 8552 

Mirjam;  Eva,  Otto,  Jacobsu,  Judith,  Eliza,  Jan. 

•  and  Anna,  and  others.— ^_  9319 

Mirone.   Eligio 3400 

Mitzlaff,   Hilde 779 

Mock,   M 9387 

Moerel,  Mrs.  E 8553 

Moerel.  Maurits.  and  Hem-i 4423 

Mogendorff,  Elie 7663 

Moggre,  Sara,  Jacob,  and  others 4..  8912 

Mok,  Mrs.  G r 9319,9386 

Mok,  Marianne 9318 

Monasch,   Elias 4423 

Monnickendam.  Robert  Frank „ _i '-.  4423 

Morgendorff,  Theofila 7421 

1    Moscow,  Leonie  and  others : 8352 

Mosel,  Leopold  Josef 5731 

Moser.  Beatrice 9388 

Moser,  Nikolaus 'S —  2963 

Moses,  Miryam 1161 

Mossel,^Benjamin,  Henriette,  and  Esther 8552, 9319 

Mossel,  Gretel  Bertha 8599 

Mot.  Jacques,  and  Jacqueline 4422,  8150 

Mouton.  Pauline -  7049 

Muhlbaum.   Salomon , 8552 

Mulder.  Cornells  Andries  Heero 8071 

Mulder.  Nelly 3101 

Muller,  Elise — -  6363 


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Page 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued 
Vesting  orders — Continued 
Return  of  vested  property;  notices  respecting — Con. 

Muller.  Fiederika,  and  Alice 8529 

Muller,  Gaston 3641 

Muller.   Gerson ■ 7421 

MuUerf  Heintje 8911 

Muller,  Maria 9386 

Muller,   Rene " 760 

Munk,  Renee ! 3101 

Muyen,   Constance . 4991 

Nabarro,  Sarah,  and  Herman,  and  others 8738 

Nachtegall,  Nico 8528 

Nagels,  Johanna 8600 

Nathan.  Katharine 8352 

Nathans,    Renee 3101 

Nathans,    Saartje 7050 

National  Life  Assurance  Co.,  Ltd .     8096 

Nebig.  Hartog . * . ^    2963 

Neckelmann,  Clarence,  and  Waldemar 827 

Nederlands  Hervormde  Kerk  Synod 9385 

Nederlandsch  Israelitisch  Armbestuur 9318 

Nederlandsch  Israelitisch  Jongensweeshuis 9387 

Nederlandsch  Kankerinstituut,  and  others. _  9385,  9387 

Nederlandsche  R.  K.  Metaalbewerkersbond 8738 

Nederlandsche   Zionistenbond , 9387 

Net^r,  Emanuel 8737 

Netherlands  Government,  for  benefit  of  certain 

persons 2297. 

2459,  2596.  2738.  2963.  3101,  3165,  3166,  3400, 
—  3641.  3642,  3972.  4422,  4423,  4991.   4992.  5157, 

5549.  6249,  6250,  6363,  6850.  6851.  6852,  7049, 
7050,  7364,  7421,  7422.  7561.  7562,  7644,  7662. 
7663.  8036,  8037,  8072,  8073,  8150,  8208.  8209. 
8351.  8352,  8473.  8474.  8475,  8527,  8528.  8529, 
8551.  8552,  8553.  8599.  8600.  8737,  8738.  8840. 
8841,  8911,  8912,  9318.  9319,  9320,  9321.  9384, 
•       9385,  9386.  9387.  9388. 

Neumark,   Use ,___ 1790 

Nieuwendijk,  Moses , '     2738 

Nieuwendijk.   Mozes   Jacob , 4992 

Nijkerk.   Emilia ~     8737 

-     ,  Nijkerk,  Emma  van  Biema I_"I    3400 

Noach.    Lina 8364 

Noar,  Louise  Clemence 3922 

Noether,  Gottfried  E I     2423 

Noether,  Herman  D 2423 

Noordenbos,  Helena '_    4993 

Norden,   Roosj 8552 

Norden,   Siegfried 8073 

Notargiacomo,  Donato,  and  others 8529 

Ochl,  Mae  I ^ 6248 

Ogawa,   Saku ' , I"     6248 

-Onroerende  Goederen  Exploitatie  Mij.  Amsterda, 

N    y : ^. 8911 

Oppenheimer,  Albert '        1790 

Oppenheimer.  Cecilia,  and  Michael I    4422 

Oppenheimer,   Eva 8036 

Oppenheimer,  Fritz  Ludwig '_'_     ngor 

Oppenheimer,  Josephina.V . 8036 

Oppenheimer.  Recha 622 

Ornstein,  Annie ~    4422 

Ornstein,  Henriette.  Jannie.  Marjon.  andJacobll     8036 

Orsikowsky,    Otto 1545 

Osman.    Rosa IIIZIIIIZIZI     6249 

Ourhaan.   Lehmann ""1  9387 

Overstrijd-Pallada.  Margaretha  J IIIIIIIZ'"    8072 

Parts,   Benjamin 8151 

Pais,   I _'__ 111211""1    6851 

Palache,  I.  L-_ 6852 

Palm.  Mrs.  G.  B , _      7050 

Panelli.   Maria j ~2II  4781 

E*araira,  Maurits IIIIIIZIII"     8073 

.    Parfumerie  Roger  &  Gallet ZZIZI  9445 

Paunovic    (Rosie) 3101 

Pawliczek,  Karl  Paulin  and  Agnes.__mirrrrir    1545 
Pelle,  Jeanette.  Willem,  and  Cornells  and  others.    9386 

Perelaer.   Michael , ,     8911 

Perri.    Anna '"lll"2l~l    8208 

Petit.  Alain  Jean ^ 5507 

Petronella  v.  d.  Hoevan-Reuvers lll~ll    9318 

Peyerl,  Marie 45 

Pfeiferova,  Betty 3714 

Pfister-Pisch,  Albert HZIIIZ    5731 

Philips,  Elisabeth 8072 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFRCE  OF— ^onHnued  P«e« 

Vesting  orders — Continued 
Return  of  vested  property;  notices  respecting — Con. 

Philips,  Frederick ^ 7049 

Philips,  Juliette,  and  Justus.—^ 6851,  8150 

Philips,   Nelly 8553 

Philips,  Dr.  Theodore,  and  others 8553 

Pieren.Suze.  Johanna,  Adriana,  and  Dirk 8475 

Pimentel,  Diana 7364 

Pimentel,  Ida 8072 

Pimentel,   Louise Z    6851 

Pimentel.  Salomons , 7364 

Pincus.   Anna ZZ     7364 

Pinedo,  Jacobus ZZZZZZZ    7422 

Pino,  Mietje.  Hans,  and  Ernst Z_Z     7364 

Pionkowski-Davidson.  R 8209 

Plas,   Sent 8911 

Plesch,  Dr.  Arpad ~     9993 

Polak,  Abraham,  and  Helena 1 ZZ    8072 

Polak,  Beatrix 807? 

Polak,  Carl ZZZ_Z     7644 

Polak,  Celine,  and  others 8601,8737 

Polak,   Coenraad 3642 

Polak,  Henri 2459 

Polak,   Henriette Z_Z"2963,  9384 

Polak,  Israel- 8150,  8552 

Polak,  Jacques 756I 

Polak,  Dr.  Jacques  Jacobus Z>ZZZZZ_Z    5549 

Polak,  Johanna  Sara 5549 

Polak.  Lea 3400 

Polak,   Louise 8352 

Polak,  Markus 6851 

Polak,  Martin_L ZZZZZZ     7562 

Polak,  Nico  and  others ZZZZ7561,  8840 

Polak,  Salomon.  Hans,  and  Martin 8037 

Polak,  Sophia 7551 

Polak-van  Gelder,  Hanna Z___  ZZ  8072 

PoliakofT.  Clara 6851 

Pool.   Max. ZZZ  8072 

Pool.  Meyer 2297,  3166 

Poppelsdorf,  Juda : 7049,  8072 

Poppers.  Betty 8036 

Poppers,  Mr.  and  Mrs.  Mozes  Meijer,  and  Betty..    5549 

Possmentier,  Hazel , 6851 

Potzmader.  Maria . ZZZZZZZZZ     6909 

Press,  Ruth,  and  others ZZZZ"     6362 

Pretzfelder.  Oeorg , Z    8151 

Piins,  Eduard,  Klaartje,  and  Samuel ZZZ'4422,  8529 

Prins,  Marie,  and  others 8208 

Pronk,  Anna _        '     8912 

Front,  Roosje Z_Z'~Z  7049 

Provihciaal  Grondbezit,  N.  V ZZZ.  9320 

Provost,  Rene  Cecile  Madeleine '"      "     7422 

Punzi,  Maria  Giuditta ""'    9625 

Quentin,  Dr.  Alberto,  revocation  of  notice  ofin- 

tention  to  return  vested  property _        9321 

Querido,  Heleen ""     6851 

Querido.  Philippus,  and  Mozes ZZZZ  3166  * 

Querido-Jud^ls.    Louise 8072 

Rabble,  M ^ ZZZZZZ     7050 

Rademacher,  Hans 2423 

Rapp,  Dr.  Manny - Z  8036 

Rapp-Nathan.   Sophie ZZZZZZZ     8552 

Rastic,    Vjekoslava 3101 

Raubenheimer,  Erich  Ludwig ZZZZ  7644 

Rayhart,  Vera ZZZZZ'    8911 

Reens,  Juliette ZZZZZZ    7562 

Reens,  Klaartje.  and  others Z  8529 

Reents,  Wilhelmine  Heinen "'    6909 

Reese,  H.  S _ }    8151 

Reichsthaler.  Maja  Maria 7505 

Reide,   Joanna , 8738 

Reinisch,  Dr.  Josef Z.ZZZZZ  2021 

Reisinger,    Erich ZZZ  45 

Reisinger.   Marie 6909 

Reiss,  S.  H.,  and  D_..,.i "    8151 

Rens.  Jeanette Z"~Z    6851 

Rens,  Salomon,  and  Prans l'"l"  2738 

Revel,  Louis  Adrien  Joseph ZZ  6908 

Riabouchinsky,  Dimitri  P ^__  9321 

Richter,  Alfred  Auguste 2963 

Riedl,  Elsa  Etelka  M..  and  others "ZZ  7505 

Rledl.  Oskar 2021 

Ries.  Leopold.. 9385 

Rijpma.  Henriette .".VZZZV.'.V."  6250,  8599 

Rmtel,  Philip 7364 


ANNUAL  f^EX,  1956 


23 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued 
Vesting  orders — Continued 
Return  9f  vested  property;  notices  respecting — Con. 

Rivoche,  Eugene  J , 2297 

Roberto.  Domenico 2737 

Robinsohn,   Leo :. 1  3641 

Robinsohn,   Max »..  622 

Rode,  Georges 4702 

Roeg,   Hijman ^—, 8151 

Roeg-Pais,   Roza 8151 

Roelfsema,  Barbara - —  8911 

Roes.  Louis 8738 

Roessingh-Tijdeman,  Cornelle... 8738 

Roet.  Johanna 8036 

Roet.  Salomon 8150 

RoUand,  Denise  Chambard 4702 

Roman  Catholic  parish  of  Maurik 8738 

•  Romeyn.  Agathe 9. 8738 

Roos,     Michiel     Philip     (Martin,     Tinus.     and 

Michiel 8073 

Roos,   Sophia 8072 

Roosebcom,  Bernard i-, 7049 

Roote,    Bertha : 7049 

Rootlieb,  Marguerita 8911 

Rooyaards.   Benudine 9320 

Rooz.  George  Uriel ; . 6249 

Roozendaal,  Mrs.  H 8912 

Rosalie  Gomperts-Springer  Foundation 9385 

.  Rosbaud,  Dr.  Paul 3098 

Rose.   Harold 3400 

Rosenbaum.  Elisheva.. .'  760 

Rosen-Jaffe.  Dr.  Dvorah 2297 

Rosenzweig,  Mrs.  C.  L..  and  Herman 8150 

Ro^e.  Erich  H 2423 

Rothelstein.  Emma  Vogrin 6909 

Roumazeilles,  Maurice  Jean  Paul 7422 

Rozelaar,  HeUy 7049 

Rozenberg.  Samuel,  and  Geertruida,  and  others..  8600 

Rozendaal.   Helene 7644 

Rubner.  Felicia 2021 

Rudelsheim.  Cato . :.... '—~  3166 

Ruedelsheim,  Jacq 4422 

Ruhl,  Eva  Babette - 5731 

Ruinen,    Martha - 7421 

Ryba,  Anton -  2021 

Sabella.  Rosa  P 760 

Sachs,  Helena,  and  others ^^-1 —  8840 

Saint  Freres,  S.  A 1161 

Sajne,  Jakob,  and  others 10528 

Salm.  Isidoor,  E.  E.,  and  others -  9385 

Salomon.  Charlotte . 8073 

Salomon.  Marion 8037 

Samuel.  Mrs.  S..  and  others 9386 

Samuels,  Celine 6852 

Samuels,  Jacques.  Jacob,  and  Hanna 8037 

Sanders,  Mrs.  I — .  -8036 

Sanders,  J.  L 6851 

Sanders,  Naatje,  and  Rudolf 4992 

Sanders.  Theodonis... ^ 8911 

Santcroos.  Jacobs,  and  others 9318 

Sawady,  Max,  and  others 6249 

Sawano,  Shizue 997 

Schaap,  Mrs.  E.  B 8036. 

Schaap,  Dr.  Louis,  and  Adolf 6851 

Schaap,  Rachel 8151 

Schaap,  Rebekka,  and  Barend 8150 

SchafTner,  Henri  Alexandre  Hippolyte  Joseph 2738 

Schalkner.  Mrs.  J x.i 6851 

Schanzer,  Fulvia.  and  Ludovica 45 

Schatz.  Rosette 8037 

Schenk.  Martha 8209 

Schiff.    Emma 8036 

Schlff,  Florence .*... 4422 

SchijlT,   Johannes 8840 

Schilling,   Karl 1162 

Schilt,  Morris,  and  Philip 7050 

Schipa,  Tito  R — —  779 

Schipano,  Theresa 8208 

Schmitt,  Amelie  Victorine z_-  998 

Schmoutziguer,  Mrs.  C.  W..  and  W.  S 8840 

Schneid,  Jachiel __  7663 

Schneider,  Berta 3641 

Schnell,  Fritz L -_ 5731 

Schoeller  Bleckmann  Steelworks,  Ltd..^ .  5608 

Schoenberg.  Dolly -  8151 

Schoeninakers.  Cornelia 7422 


Pa««  l^LIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued  ?««• 
Vesting  orders — Continued 
Return  of  vested  property;  notices  respecting — Con, 

Schouten.  Dr.  Johan L 8911 

Schoyer.  Daniel 8151 

Schrijver.  Adolf,  and  Lodewijk. 8209,  9384 

Schulhof,   Lotte   Goldschmidt 622 

Schuller,  Hendrik 8911 

Schultz-Windmuller,  Emilie ' 8073 

Schulz,   Gunther 2424 

Schuster,  Clara,  and  others 8599 

Schuster,  Clare 4422 

Schuster,   Nelly 8552 

Schwarz,-  Bertha 7561 

Schwarz,  Ella Z , 9387  . 

Sequeira,  Jack .____ 8072 

Sequeira,  Julie,  and  Ida 7049  • 

Serphos,  Aline,  and  Betsy 7662 

Sharp,  Marian,  Sophie,  Nathan.  Elkan,  and  Vera.  6851 

Sibeyn.  Louis,  and  Judith 7422    . 

Sigmond.   Hubrecht 9319 

Sigmond.  Huibrecht 9319 

Simmons.  J.,  and  A_ '-.  8151 

Simons,  Adolf,  Frans,  and  Jacques 4442, 6851 

Simons,  Veronica 7421 

Singer,  Baruch,  Kalman.  and  Norbert .  1161 

Sinovcic,  Anka,  Ante,  Jaka,  Luce,  Mirko,  Nedeljka. 

Nikolina,  Roza,  and  Tereza 2131 

Sinovcic,  Darinka,  Ivan.  Uubica.  Marija.   and 

Mate 2134 

Sinovcic,  Stipe 2134 

Sinzheimer,  Paula,  and  Hans,  and  others 8911 

Six,  Otto,  Digna,  and  Constant,  and  others..^ 8841 

Sjouwerman,  Cato 4991 

Sjouwerman.  M.  G_— . 8553 

Sjouwerman.   Maurits .. 8552 

Slaterus.    Adrianus.    Jan.    and    Frederik    vaiK 

Loghum 9 8474 

Slingelandt.  Claudine  van  Oosten 9318 

Sllnjski.   Emilija r^ 3101 

Sluizer.   David .- 8553 

l^nalhout,  John •..* 8475 

Smelik.  Elisabeth 1 „_  93J9 

Smlt,  Martha 7421«' 

Smit.  Pieter , 6852 

Smit-Polak,  Henriette 7049 

Smith,  Mrs.  Duifje,  and  others 8911 

Smits,  Gerda,  Aaltje,  and  Tj.,  and  others 8600 

Snijder.  Henriette,  and  Leonard .  8150,  8151,  8737 

Societe  Holding  Generale  de  Brevets  (SOBRE>._  9747 

Soep.  Tonie.  and  others 8552 

"Soflna",  Ste  Financiere  de  Transports  et  Entre- 

prises  Industrielles :. 2738 

Sommerfeld,  A 2424  ' 

Son,  Leo  Maurice ; 7562 

Son,  Walter,  Elsa,  and  Joseph 7562 

Sondervan.   Rebecca 8073 

Sons,  rtbsetta 6851 

Sorge.  Gaetano i. 10347 

Sorell,   Magdalene 4422 

Spanjaard,  Cato  Judith t 3166 

Spanjaard.  Mrs.  J 8209 

Spanjaard,   Karel 7421  "' 

Spanjaard,  Olga , : 3101 

Spanjaard,  Olga  Sara 1 5549 

Speyer.  Louise 6851 

Speyer.  Mrs.  M : 8072 

Spier.   Barbara —  8150 

Spier.  Joseph,  and  Henri 8600 

Spier,  Simon  B 8072 

Spiering,  Ada 8600 

Spijer-Souget.  Henriette  Rosa,  and  Max 8600 

Spiro,  Jozef -. 1 8073 

Spiro,   Marcel : 8073 

Spoor-Schrijver,   Netty 8209 

Springbom,   Kenneth 8352 

Spyer.  Willy  Leopold 5549 

Stallforth,  Albert  and  Gertrude— 622 

Starink-Wijnbergen,   Emmy 3641 

Stefani,  Ida  Lazzerini = 1544 

Steidle,  Ferdinand  Maenner 10528 

Steiner.  Lucie.  Hilda,  Carl,  and  Jeanette 7644 

Steininger,  EHeanore,  Franz,  and  Pauline _  1162 

Steinke,  Emmy 8150 

Sternberg,  Hilda 8474 

Stibbe,  Mrs.  B 8036 


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ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


Page 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued 
Vesting  orders— Continued 
Return  of  vested  property;  notices  respecting— Con 

Stibbe.  David ^^^  'H^q 

Stibbe.  Dorus  Eduara. JJ^J 

Stibbe,  E..  and  others 8601.  7050 

Stibbe.  Frederik r llH 

Stibbe.  Eduard-^ — II""'!    2596 

Stibbe,  Paul -_-— —  "orqq  q^ra 

Stichting.   Berg »^'*»*'  JJSJ 

Stichting,  Louisa.— _—-- ° 

Stinnes.  Hugo,  Jr.,  and  others 8784. 87»5 

Stodel.   Betsy gog 

Stoehr.  Paula ^ •■ 2738 

Stokvis,   Max gg., 

Stolk.  Frederika °^Z^ 

Stoltz.  Mrs.  J.  M.  C.  W ^,— --" c,"^ %kn\ 

Stoombandfabriek.  van  Kngelen  &  Evers.  N.  V wii 

Stoppelman.. Betsy,  and  Mai:y -— -- "  ***'* 

Stranders.  Siegfried,  Joseph.  Carolma.  Erna.  and  ^^^^ 

Nathan "iiiA 

Stransky,  Vaclay ^— — — ^ ^'^g 

Strassburger,  Jessie ^"J;JJ 

Strauss,   Anna n„»P 

Strauss,  Gertrude ^J^° 

Strauss,   Hanna ; 1162 

Strauss.   Rudolflne.— ggjs 

Stux,   Gustav g528 

Susan,  Sophie -gg, 

Sussmanowitz,  Vera ,. ".^ 

Sustersic,  Ferdinand '. 

Swaab,  Benjamin ^-^^ 

Swellengrebe.  Christine —  ^f^^ 

Szego,   Gabor 

Taach,  Berta  van^ ■ 

-Takiguchi,  'MinorVMakoto,    Floyd.    Yoshiko. 

and  Mas-Ak« -_„ 

Takiguchi.  Yaeko ^°'^ 

X   Tal,  Greta,  and  others ^ej" 

Tanaka.  George.*— ^° 

-    Tanigawa.   Hatsuko — -- ^It'i 

,        Tas.  Elisabeth.  Abraham,  and  Eva  _..- s^^" 

Teeuw.  Andries.  and  Johanna,  and  others S^rs 

Termolen.    Gerrit J^J' 

Themans,  R.  M r,--r— ,i onq-j 

Themis  Finanz  Gesellschaft.— »"»^ 

Thompson.  Gwladys  Elvira 'JJ* 

Thomsen,  Ursula  Ackermann — - '"»" 

Tobias.  Estelle - —  i"'^ 

Tognetti.  Teresa  Lazzerim. - ^3** 

Tonckens,  Roelina — °5"" 

Tonn  Alexander,  Paul,  and  Oscar,  and  others.--  »Ja/ 
Transports  et  Ehtreprises  Industrielles  Financiere 

est-                                  ^7ja 

Trefftz,   E  ^*^* 


Page 


2423 
7049 
6851 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— ConHnued 
Vesting  orders— Continued                             ♦,„„_o«„ 
Return  of  vested  property;  notices  respecUng-— Con. 
van  Dam.  Grietje «?^^ 

van  Dam,  Henriette ""    4n^n 

van  Dam,  Klara,  Mini,  and  Edith 7050 

van  Dam.  Margaretha -—^,1 " "    uiL 

van  Dam,  Martha.  Ellen,  and  Fritz 5549 

van  Dam.  Samuel z'^^—A o«fi 

van  Dam,  WUlem  Gerrit.  and  Mrs.  C— — 9J8b 

•    van  Dantzig.  Joseph— °^*^ 

van  den  Berg,  Jacob -""".Z ooU 

van  den  Bergh,  Henriette,  and  David. 891^ 

van  den  Bergh.  Henriette,  and  Franz -—  807^ 

van  den  Bergh,  Henry,  Jr —  807J 

van  den  Bergh,  Jennette r  1°%^ 

van  den  Bergh.  Louis,  and  David 8036 

van  den  Bergh.  S.  M..  amd  other 8600 

van  den  Bergh.  Sofie  M jo^;? 

van  den  Bergh-Hauer,  Lotte. -—  *»»^ 

van  den  Bergh-Simons,  S.  M oU'^ 

van  der  Borg-Hartog.  Celine..     7050 

van  der  Broek  dObrenan.  ConsUnce -  8072 

van  der  Flier.  Geirard JJJ* 

van  der  Goot,  Else - l^^J. 

van  der  Heijden,  Philip «»'% 

van  der  Heyden,  Philip 3l^« 

van  der  Hoeden,  Dr.  Jacob  H 499J 

van  der  Hoek,  Flora 8036 

van  der  Hoek.  Rebecca. »»*» 

van  der  Hoop.  Molly. »i^' 

van  der  Horst.  Christine.. , —  86OO 

van  der  Horst.  Helene.  and  Eva — — 6250 

van  der  Horst.  Johanna . —  00^6 

van  der  Jeijden.  Caroline— »J{^ 

van  der  Kooy,  L.>J.  H— 8037 

van  der  Lande.  Aagje -— »*'* 

van  der  Leden.  Jetje 8i5i 

van  der  Meulen.  Hetty— - JOJ" 

van  de  Roemer.  Bernadette ""'^ 

van  der  Rijn.  Henriette ]04» 

van  der  Rijn.  Dr.  Herman  Gabriel **^^ 


Troostwijk-Judels.  Therese. 


8072 


^^^         »„  — ._^  Jfc..— —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —  —— 

Tsipore.  Mrs.  V..  M..  and  A.,  and  others 9319 

Ullmann.  Emilie lUl 

Valkhoff,  Helene  Ida m^ 

van  Abbe.  Isaac,  and  Samuel 85W 

van  Ackooy.  Louise °"'^ 

van  Adelbergen.  Josephine -  *y»^ 

van  Adelsbergen.  Marianne ^ »l^^ 

van  Amerongen,  Marcus o"'^ 

van  Amerongen.  Millie. — o»»^ 

van  Amerongen,  Simon ^^'^ 

van  Ameronger,  Arnold .  ^"3" 

van  Ameronger,  R.,  and  S '"»" 

van  Amersfoort.  Marianne- — ^ 8i5i 

van  Amstel,  Hermine 8"^o 

van  Baren,  BenedictuS _— '*^a 

van  Baren,  Nanette,  and  Benedictus 8600 

van  Beek.  Monique 9386 

van  Beveren-van  Beek,  Mrs.  P »*^5 

van  Blankenstein,  I 8475 

van  Bnissel,   Fransina— —  4*^^ 

van  Burken,  Johannes.— '  l^^^ 

van  Buuren,  Carel  de  Vries 8/j/ 

van  Cellicum.  Jacomina 8'^« 

van  Cleef.  Henriette,  and  Eduard — -  8599 

van  CoUem,  Esther — 4422,  8150 

van  CoUem,  Nettie JJSO 

van  Creveld.  Henriette »"^' 

van  Dam,  Eduard Ati- 


van Dam,  Emma. 


9385 


van  der  Rijn,  M. 


2596 


van  der  Stempel,  Tilda,  and  Jacob 7562 

van  de  Ruit.  Johanna,  Cornelia,  Gerardus,  and 

Heeltje zr":,- " Join 

van  der  Veen,  Hendrik  Perdmand 6250 

van  der  Velde.  Willy  Antoinette  Jo^phine _.-  2459 

van  der  Voort.  Elise,  and  others 7662,  8529 

van  der  Woude,  I — ■ —  8852 

van  der  Woude.  Joseph. —  »;»»^ 

Van  der  Zanden,  Antonetta ^642 

van  de  Stadt,  CorneUs * 8»Ji 

van  Dien.  Rebecca ij^%l 

van  Dijk,  Betty —  8036 

van  Dijk.  Sophia,  and  others 8840 

van  Embden.  A.  H.  A 8527 

van  Emden.  Alfred,  and  Prederik 7422 

van  Emden,  Andre,  and  others oJ&z 

van  Es,  Hans,  Clara,  and  Sonja —  7422 

van  Essen,  Clara —  *423 

van  Essen,  Spiegel,  and  Flora 8529 

van  Esso.  Kaatje. ,- ^^JJ 

van  Esso,  Martha ^^*^ 

van  Esso,  Meijer o"^* 

van  Esso,  Rachel. lj°° 

van  Felde.  Marie— **^^ 

van  Gelder,  Clarence.-..-- 5549 

van  Gelder.  Nanny 80/2 

van  Geldere.  Nathan 0249 

van  Geldere.  Paul ***:f 

van  Geleren,  Gerrit 8473 

van  Genderingeri,  Liena  All 8851 

van  Genderinger-Polak,  Roosje  Prederica.   and 

Arthur 8851 

van  Gigch,  Henrietta  Louise  Reine 6851 

van  Goor,  E.  S. ;  J"! 

van  Ham.  Sophie 2o?o 

van  Hardenbroek,  Lill  Yvonne  d'Aumale 8912 

van  Haren.  Albert ^ 7050 

van  Hasselt,  A 8037 

van  Hasselt,  Margaretha 8"^' 

van  Heeks.  Isaac 3ieo 

van  Helten-Fischer,  Wilhelmine  Charlotte 5608 

van  Heyst,  Remmet ^386 

van  Hulst.  Beatrice ; 8851 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued              '  ^^i^ 
Vesting  orders — Continued 

Return  of  vested  property;  notices  respecting — Con. 

van  Itterson-de  Vries,  Mr.  and  Mrs.  F 8037 

van  Kerckhof,  Wilhelmina -  7364 

van  Keulen.  Dirk 8474 

van  Koliem,  Isaac 8552 

van  Leer,  Eduard,  Eduard  A.  P.,  and  Frans 8036 

van  Leer,  Helena... 8037 

van  Leesi  Leon,  and  Karel 4993 

van  Leer,  Martha 8072 

van  Leer-de  Jongh.  Helena 8475 

van  Leeuwen,  Agatha 9386 

van  Leeuwen,  Caroline : —  8037 

van  Leeuwen,  Leo 8208 

van  Leeuwen,  Maria , 8529 

van  Lidt  de  Jeude,  Everhard : 8737 

van  Minden,  Abraham,  and  David 7049 

Vannerum,  Bertha  Lemal 1790 

van  Nierop,  Adrienne 8475,  8552 

van  Nierop,  Nannette 8552 

van  Noort,  Johannes j. 8600 

van  Norden,  Herman 8528 

van  Gist,  Jacob 8911 

van  Ommeren,  Jan,  Anna,  and  Clasina 8911 

van  Oosten.  Adrianus 9319 

van  Oven,  Sophie 685,  8151 

van  Pallandt,  B.  Wilhelmina 9320 

van  Poeteren,  Elisabeth,  and  Johannes 8738 

van  Praagh,  Arnold 8150 

van  Praagh,  I 4422 

•     van  Raalte,  Anton 9319 

van  Raalte,  D.  L — 8072 

van  Raalte,  Elsa 8036 

van  Raalte,  Joseph 8072 

van  Raalte,  Louisa 8840 

van  Raalte,  Louise 4422 

van  Raalte,  Margaretha,  and  others 8036,8475 

van  Reysen,  Alida 8072 

van  Rijn-Kersemaekers,  Rosalia,  and  others 9319 

van  Rooij,  Stephanus,  Leendert,  and  Philip,  and 

others 8737 

van  Royen,  Augusta 7644 

van  Rozenburg.  Anna 8840 

van  Schermbeek .  Gerarda ,  and  others 9320 

van  SijU,  Gerard 9319 

van  SijU,  Menso 8599 

van  Spiegel,  Eva 4423 

van  Strien,  Elisabeth — - —  7364 

van  Suchtelen,  Ingeborg  Hesselink 9386 

van  Thijn,  Louis 7561 

van  Tongeren,  Johanna '  4992 

van  Veen.  E.  A 9321 

van  Voolen,  Elius,  Georginie,  Elius,  and  Maurits.-  8073 

van  Voorthuizen-van  der  Graaf,  Sandrina 9386 

van  Vulpen,  Maria 8737 

van  Westerborg,  Alfred 6250 

Vanweverenbergh,  Francois  Alphonse 5667 

van  Wezel,  Viviane 4422 

van  Wien,  Elisabeth,  Hartog.  and  Alfred —  8352 

van  Wijk,  Klara 8073 

van  Witsen,  Jacqueline 8599 

van  Wolf,  Adolphe 7562 

van  Zanten,  Martina : « 3166 

van  Zuiden,  Marcus,  and  others ;^ 9387 

van  Zuiden,  Rozette,  and  others 9386 

Vas  Dias,  Mozes  (M.  S.) 8352 

Vas  Nunes,  Mrs.  Bertha _— __  9387 

Vau,  Jean  Baptiste  Paul '-. 9445 

vaz  Nunes,  Dr.  Eduard 8072 

vaz  Nunes,  Gerrit,  and  Hendrik 1 —  8150 

Veenhus.  Elvire 4992 

Veenstra,  Helena 7562 

Veit.   Margarethe 4422 

Velleman,  J... 8599 

Venema,  Mrs.  S .- — 8072 

Verebelyi,  Stephen 45 

Vereeniging  "Pro  Juventute" 8599,  9384 

Verhoefl.  Ida —  9386 

Verkozen.  Andries  Johan . 5549 

Verkozen,  Jetje— -  8209 

Verkozen,  Margarethe 5157 

Verkozen-Konijn,  Margaretha 5549 

Verloop.  Emma. , 8073 

Veskraper,  Mouris . . .  7421 

80000—67 4 


23 

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ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued 
Vesting  orders — Continued 

Return  of  vested  property;  notices  respecting — Con. 

Vidosic,   Marya , 8840 

Vieweg,  P.,  &  Sohn •», 2424 

Vieyra,  E.  R 9321 

Viggiani.  Maria  Lannuzzi 6853 

Vigrous.  Joseph 9624 

Vinatzer.  Dr.  Ernst 2021 

Vink.  Coenraad.  and  Sara 8150 

Vinkenborg.  Jan.  and  others , 9387 

Viool.   Isaac-- _ .-     8528 

Visser,  Mathilda 8475 

Vies,  Charlotte,  and  Evert,  and  others 8475,  9388 

Vlessing,   Johanna .     8150 

Volpert,   Zelman ^ , 2297 

von  Baeckmann,  Elise 7757 

von  Bendemann-Susman,  Margarete 664 

von  Beuninger,  Henrix 9386 

von  Mises,  Hilda.- -    2423 

von  Paul,  Dr.  Rolf 117 

von  Seydlitz-Kurzbach.  Rose 2596 

Voorst,  Gijsbertha  Hirsch-van-_x 7049  . 

Vorst.  Helena,  and  Bernard C 8037 

Vos.  Julius ^ 7562 

Vredenburg.  Joseph 6851.  8150 

Vreeland.  Anette - 7049 

Vriesland.  M.   van 2738 

Vromen.  Adolf,  and  Anny...: 8073 

Vromen,  Anna  and  Leopold 6851,  8737 

Vromen,  Mozes,  and  Betsie • 3101 

Vromen,   Sander 7050 

Wachsmann.  Henriette 8151 

Wagenaar-Goudstikker,   Flory 7050 

Wagner,  Hannah,  Lili  Ruth,  and  Wolfgang "  3641 

Warendorf,  Johan  C.  S 5608 

Warendorf.  Marinus,  and  Johan 8036 

Warendorf,  P.  E „„ 3400 

Waterman,  Dr.  Hein ^ 3101 

Waterman,  Dr.  Ir.  Hein : 8600 

Weber,   Lisa 997 

Weckbach,  Melanie 7645 

Weil,  Hermann,  and  Mathilde 664 

Weinberg.   Wilhelm 9388 

Weislein.  Carlota  A 45 

Weissmann,  Elisabet.  and  Leonard 8150 

Wendt,  Anna 8150 

Werkspoor  N.  V 1042 

Wertheim.   Alexander-.i ■    8352 

Wertheim.  Henriette 9320 

Wertheim,  -Jaap -. 4422 

Wertheim,  Martinus,  and  others 8599.  8841 

Wertheim,  Robert  and  Johan 3166 

Wertheimer,   Sara 1545 

West.  Millie,  and  Fay 6852 

West,  Philip i .-     6852 

Weyl.  Claras— 3101  \ 

Weyl.  Henri . «529 

Weyl-Levison,   Lotte.. ,_     5549 

White,  Child  &  Beney  Gesellschaft.  m.  b.  H 7645 

Wiemer.  Jacoba 6851 

Wiener,    Antoinette 8036 

Wiesebron,   Atie 7421 

Wijlde,   Doreen... -_-     8036 

Wijnberg,  Abraham 8528 

Wijsenbeek.  Dr.  Isaac.: 8841 

Wijzenbeek.   Salomon 8738 

Wijzenbeek-Hertzdahl.  Sybilla 1 8738 

Williams,  Peggy  O 6248 

Willner.   Alfred..__„- •_ 1161 

Wink,  Joyce 1- L 7662 

Wohnlich,  Mignon 827 

Wolf,   Antonia 6250 

Wolf,  Abraham.  Helena,  and  Louis.... 6363 

Wolf.  Estella 4422.  6363 

Wolf.  Helma.  Loeka.  and  Barend ^^-—    4423 

Wolf.  Louise  S 5549 

Wolf.  Pleuntje,  and  Marie— _ 8209 

Wolff,   Carla - 7662 

Wolff.  Frieda — — i—    5549 

Wolff,  Helene  Mimi 3166 

Wolff,  Hugo  Elias,  Joice,  and  Carla,  and  others.-    9319 

Wolff.  Jenny,  Florence,  and  Carel 7644 

Wolff.   Mozes 9318 

Wolflberg,  Fanny ^_ 7049 

Wolter,  Betsy 7049 


Avi^iiiAi     i^mev     laex 


h  -. 


vau  uata,  rauxua. 


26 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


Page 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued 
Vesting  orders — Continued 
Return  of  vested  property;  notices  respecting — Con. 

-Wolthers,   Helena 7561 

Workum,  Hanna,  and  Louis 6363 

Worms.  R.   A —  6852 

Wronker-Flatow.   Ella : 5667 

Wurm,  Rachel,  and  Dwojre 7421 

Wurth.  Marie  Josephine 998 

Wynants.  Anna  Degrauw 779 

Yamamoto.   Edith   H —  6248 

Yorimoto.    Enichl «839 

Zach.  Irma.  and  others 8737 

Zadoks,  Annie - 7561 

Zadoks.  Ida— 8912 

Zakoks;  Paula 4423 

Zeckel,  J.  L - 7421 

Zeehandelaar,    Geertruida 8151 

Zeehandelaar.  Mariejanne.  and  Ronetta 8036 

Zeitelberger-Matzner.  Hermance . 1421 

Zelander,   Louis _ 3166 

Zinger-Pais.  Duifje —  8151 

Zoellner,  W.  E —  7364 

Zoest.  Sara,  and  others 8475 

ZoUikofer-Hauer,  Ellen 4932 

Zukerman.  Rivka l}^l 

Zwart,  Mrs.  J.  F -  8036 

Zwart,  Meyer 7b6l 

Zwart-Tels.  Mrs.  J.  P —  3972 

Zwartz,  Salomon,  and  Regina 8o53 

"Various  interests,   in  estates,   litigation  proceed- 
ings   etc.  * 

Acieries  et  Domaines  de  Resita  S.  A 4843 

Ahlswede.  August,  estate 2113 

Ahlswede.  Karl  Heinrich  Wilhelm.  heirs 2113 

Aktiebolaget  Ecambrian _ 6248 

"Albina"  Institut  de  Credit  si  de  Economii--  2581,  2582 

Albrecht.  Elizabeth,  and  others— 6742 

Allgemeine  Wertverkehrsbank 655Z 

AUianz  Lebensvericherungs  A.  G 3734 

American  Car  Co..  A.  G 6107.  6108 

Americana,  Aquila  Romano 3300,  3301 

Angenieux,  Pierre 6908 

Atriimi  Verlag,  A.  G 5514 

Auberle.  Karl,  and  Paul 1188 

N-       --Auth,  Marie.  Louise,  and  others 6908 

Bader,   Karoline 2738 

Balian  &  Co.,  S.  A 3852 

Banca  Ardeleana  S.  A.  R.,  Bucharest,  Cluj,  and 

Timisoara  Branches 6205 

Banca  Commerciale  Italiana  e  Rumena.^ 2264 

Banca  de  ScOnt  S.  P.  A _, 2421 

Banca  de  Scont  si  Schimb  din  Arden 2506 

Banca  Generala  de  Economii  din  Sibiu 6324 

Bancia  Romaneasca  S.  A 3613.  3614,  3615 

Banca    Timisorai    si    Societate    Comerciala    pe 

Actiuni - 2580,  2581 

Banca  Urbana  S.  A_ __ 2422 

Banque  Bulgare  de  Commerce 2365 

Banque  Commerciale  Roimiaine.  9004.  9005.  9006.  10003 

Banque  Credit  Bulgar  S.  A 3399.  4537 

Banque  de  Credit  Roumain  S.  A 3827,  3828 

Banque  d'Escompte  de  Roumanie  S.  A 2265 

Banque  FYanco-Bulgare  S.  A 6108 

Barrany  Es  Bartok 3141 

Bartelheimer,  Louise 6941 

Basler  Versicherxmgs-Gesellschaft 6552 

Bauer.  Theodor 7927 

Baimiann,   Sophia : i 1188 

Boehm,   Helene 8248 

Bradul  Carpatin  S.  A.  R— 6325 

Brevets  Aero-Mecaniques,  S.  A 3972 

Buchler.  Sigmund.  &  Co 6109 

Cartea  Romaneasca  S.  A «_J. 2265 

Ca.sa  Regala.  Bucharest.  Rumania 3072 

Chinoin    P  a  b  r  i  k    Chemisch-Pharmazeutischer 

Produkta.  A.  O 6325 

Coliunbia  Oil  Co '__ 7693 

Colombia  Societe  Pranco-Roumaine  de  Petrole 1951 

Commercial  Bank  of  Bucharest.  Ltd ; 2366 

Commercium,  S.  A : -_ l-_  4067 

Commissio  Termenykivitelies  E.  S.  Aruforgalmi 

K.  F.  T _-  307Z 

Concordia.  S.  A 3895 

Conradi.  Carl 6742 

Constantln,  Mintcheff,  and  Ketchedjefl 10002 


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ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Conflnoed 
Vesting  orders— Continued 
Various  interests,  in  estates,  litigation  proceedings, 
etc. — Continued 

Contuarul  Dogrogea.  Bucarest,  Rumania 6248 

"Cosmos".  S.  I.  N.  C.  Emil  Herkle  L  Co 4842 

Creditul  Minier,  S.  A.  R 4538.  4539 

Cusmo.  S.  A 3895 

Dacia-Roumania  Societate  Generala  de  Asigurare 

in  Bucuresti 2266 

Deutsch,  I.  G.  fc  Sohn 2505 

Deutsch'sche  Steinbrucher  Malzfabric,  A.  G 9446 

Driessen.  A ■' 5812 

Dultigen-van  Vorstenberg,  Jeanne 6625 

Escomptebank  Aktiengessellschaft 2421 

First  Hungarian  General  Assurance  Co 6156,6799 

Fischer.  Dr.  Ottakar ^ 5514 

Ponciere  Insurance  Co 6533 

'  Foresta  Italo  Romana"  Societate  Anonima  Ro- 
mano Pentru  Industria  si  Commerciul  Lem- 

nului 2505 

Prancia-Magyar  Pamutipar,  R.  T 6800 

"Futura"  Trading  Co..  Ltd 3895 

Gance.    Abel - 6908 

Geldinstituts-Zentrale 6156 

Germany,  securities  owned  by 7469 

Glueck.  Julius.  &  Co 5126 

Gothaer  Lebensversicherung  A.  G 4303 

Graner,  Hermann,  Karl,  and  Paul 1188 

Graner.  Marie -     1188 

Hagenlock.  Helen__ _ —    1188 

Hoffmann-Walbeck,  Hans  and  Alice  Louisi 3949 

Hubert  Sigmund  Stahl  und  Metallwaren___ 3615 

Huette.  August  Thyssen,  A.  G 10004 

Huhn.  Robert 2738 

Hungarian  Commercial  Bank  of  Pest 2367 

Hungarian  Government 2366.4537. 

6533,  7015, 7255, 8038 

Hungarian  nationals,  unknown 10003 

Intercontinentale  A.  G 6109 

Intercontinentale  Transport  &  Forwarding  Co., 

Ltd   6909 

Klingler.  Sophia,  and  Wilhelmina 1188 

Knabe.   Ernest 1188 

Kohlenberg,  Hermann  August  Karl 2113 

Kohlenberg.  Hertha.  heirs -    2113 

Kuhne.  Otto,  and  Rosa,  and  others -     5068 

Lasonder.   G.   A - -     5471 

Leipziger.  Feuervers.  Anstalt ,-     5472 

Leipziger,  Wilhelm.  Spiritus-Und  Zuckerfabricks 

A.   G 6966 

-  Leiser.  Otto __ -     3735 

Liniile   Aeriene   Romane   Exploatate   cu   Statu! 

S.  A.  "L.  A.  R.  E.  S." —     2366 

.  "Losso".  Societe  par  Actions 2608 

Lutz.  Bertha  Anna % —     1188 

Magyar  Rezhengermuvek  Reszvcnytarsasag  Aze- 

loh  Chaudoir  Gusztav  Es  Tarsa 3399 

Malinowsky  Co..  Inc.. —    2607 

Mall  Bertha . 1188 

Mannheimer  Verslcherungsgesellschaft 4378 

Melikoff,  Andre  Guy 5514 

National  Bank  of  Bulgaria..  6587.  65«8.  6589,  6590.  7197 
National  Bank  of  Hungary.  _  3825,  3826,  3827.  6109.  7197 

National  Bank  of  Roumania 1563. 

1750.  6157.  6158,  6553,  6554.  7591 

Neuhaus.   Hedwig -     3734 

Nilsen,   Berent 7663 

Nitschmann.    Hans 6284 

Nordsterm  Allgemeine  Versichenmgs  A.  G 3948 

Okura  ti  Co.. 7468.  7505 

Pamutipar.  Magyr.  R.  T 6429 

Pannonia    Ungarische    Ruckversicherungs    An- 
stalt        2265 

Prague  Credit  Bank.  Sofia.  Bulgaria 6800 

Precision  Tool  and  Machine  Co.,  Ltd 6155 

Ptovidentia  Versicherungs  A.  O 6155 

Rapp.  Emil 7468 

Reassurances  Generales  "Balkan"  Societe 7693 

Rebholz  Bankierskantoor 6908 

Replacement  Insurance  Office  Priv.  Co.  Ltd 4536 

Rode,  John  H ^ 6850 

Rumaniatj  Government 2264,  2608,  6051,  6941,  9003 

Santierele  Navale  Galati  S.  A 1951,  2022 

ISaral  8.  A 2422 

Schaad.   Frieda 1188 

Schauffele,  Pauline —    1188 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


ALIEN  PROPERTY,  OFFICE  OF— Continued 

Vesting  orders — Continued 
Various  interests,  in  estates,  litigation  proceedings. 
etc. — Continued 

Schimmel,  Friedrich,  estate 1 

Seyfang.  Johann 

Siebenbuergische   Escompte   and   Wechslerbank 

A.   G -.: 

Steaua     Romana     S.     A.     Pentru      Industria 

Petroleului - 

Steinike,    Serafina 

Sterr.  Edwin,  Karl,  Krut,  and  Wilhelm 

Straub.   Marie 

Sulcop.  S.  A.  R , 

Tanachoca.  Nicolas  A,  &  Freres.  societe  en  Com- 
mandite Simple  Pour  le  Commerce. D'Auto- 

mobiles 

Temesvarer  Bank  und  HandeLs  A.  G 2580, 

Tenner,  Adele 

Ungarische  Kupferwalzwerke.  A.  G 

Unirea  Societate  Anonima  Romana  de  Petrol 

United   Incandescent   Lamps   &   Electrical   Co.. 

Ltd 6910, 

Unknown  national  of   Hungary 

Uzinele  de  Pier  si  Domeniile  din  Resita  S.  A 

Vadasztolteny  Gyutacs  es  Pemarugyar  R.  T 

Versicherungs  Genossenschaft  der  Landwirte — 

Weise.  Wilhelm — 

Welker,  William,  estate 

Wiesner.  Leo,  and  Oscar 

Wilkens.  William,  and  others 

Zeitlhofer.  Maria 

AUENS: 
Agricultural  workers,  admission  of;  immigration  reg- 
ulations.    See  Immigration  and  Naturalization 
Service. 
Control  of  aliens: 
Entering  Canal  Zone.    See  State  Department. 
Leaving  United  States.    See  State  Department. 
Estate  tax  regulations.  See  Internal  Revenue  Service. 
Foreign  agents;   registration  under  Foreign  Agents 
Registration  Act  of  1938.    See  Justice  Depart- 
ment. 
Immigration  quotas: 

Sudan   (Proclamation  3147^ 

Tunisia   (Proclamation  3158) 

Immigration    regulations.      See    Immigration    and 

Naturalization  Service. 
Income  tax  regulations:  witholding  tax  on  nonresi- 
dent aliens,  foreign  corporations,  etc.  See  In- 
ternal Revenue  Service. 
Instruction  of  certain  persons  from  foreign  countries 
at  United  States  Military.  Naval,  Air  Force,  and 
Merchant  Marine  Academies   (Executive  Order 

10661) 

Migrant  workers,   transportation  by  motor  vehicle. 

See  Interstate  Commerce  Commission.  ■ 
Nonimmigrants,  students,  exchange  aliens,  etc.;  ad- 
mission of.  visas  for,  etc.    See  Immigration  and 
Naturalization  Service;   and  State  Department. 
Property  of;  vesting  orders,  etc.    See  Alien  Property, 

Office  of 
Public  health  regulations  respecting  examination  of 

aliens.     See  Public  Health  Service. 
Refugees: 
Escapee    program,    administration    of    (Executive 

'      Order   10663) - 

Immigrant  cases  under  Refugee  Relief  Act.     See 
State  Department. 
Selective  Service  regulations  respecting  aliens.    See 

Selective  Service  System. 
Visa  regulations.    See  State  Department. 
ALLOWANCES.    See  Pay  and  allowances. 
AMERICAN  EDUCATION  WEEK,  1956  (Proclamation 

3154) - 

a:.IERICAN  national  RED  CROSS,  proceeds  from 
certain  sports  programs;  exclusion  from  gross  in- 
come, tax  regulations  respecting 

AMERICAN  REPUBLICS;  persona  permitted  to  receive 
instruction  at  United  States  Military,  Naval.  Air 
Force,  and  Merchant  Marine  Academies,  designa- 
tion of  (Executive  Order  10661) 


Page 


599 
1188 

2506 

9003 
7469 
1188 
1188 
3399 


2506 
2581 
664 
3399 
6206 

8247 
7197 
4843 
5126 
6552 
5472 

598 
8476 
9195 

664 


5127 
7423 


27 

Page 


1315 


1845 


6803 
10490 

1315 


AMORTIZATION  OP  FAdUTIES: 
Emergency  facilities: 
Areas   of   production.    See  Defense   Mobilization, 

Office  of. 
Tax  deductions;   estates  or  trusts.    See  Internal 
Revenue  Service. 
Grain  facilities.    See  Internal  Revenue  Service. 
ANCHORAGE  REGULATIONS.  See  Engineers.  Corps  of. 
APPRENTICES,  in  training  for  critical  civilian  skills, 
providing  for  transfer  to  Standby  Reserve  (Execu- 
tive Order  10651) _ 169 

ARMED  FORCES: 

See  also  Defense  Department;  and  specific  services. 
Critical  occupations  and  essential  activities : 

Selection  of  persons  who  have  critical  skills  for  en- 
listment in  Ready  Reserve  of  Armed  Forces 

(Executive  Order  10650) 167 

List  of  critical  occupations  and  essential  activities 

for  use  in  making  selection , r 439 

Transfer  to  Standby  Reserve  of  persons  engaging  in, 
or  preparing  for.  critical  civilian  occupations 

(Executive  Order  10651) : 169 

Housing  insurance.    See  Federal  Housing  Adminis- 
tration. 
Income  tax  regulations  affecting  members  of.    See 

Internal  Revenue  Service. 
Mail  service  for.    See  Post  Office  Department. 
Selective  Service.    See  Selective  Service  System. 
Transportation : 

Air  transportation  for  furloughed  military  p>erson- 

nel  at  reduced  rates 264 

Transportation  tax,  exemption  from -    6392 

Veterans.    See  Veterans. 

ARMED  FORCES  DAY.  1956  (Proclamation  3125)  __-_    1525 

ARMS,   AMMUNITION.   IMPLEMENTS   OF  WAR.   on 
United  States  Munitions  List,  and  related^technical 
data: 
Application  for  foreign  patents.    See  Patent  Office. 
Importation  and  exportation.    See  State  Department. 

ARMY  DEPARTMENT: 


See  Engineers,  Corps  of. 

Acting  Secretary  of  Army:  order  of  succession  to  t)osi- 
tion  in  case  of  death,  disability,  or  absence  of 
Secretary  of  Army,  amendment  of  prior  order 

(Executive  Order  10669) 

Active  duty: 

Authority  delegation  from  Secretary  of  Defense  to 
order  certain  members  of  reserve  compyonents 

to ^ 

National  Guard  regulations,  TOE  assignments  for 

Commissioned  officers . — 

Air    transportation    by    commercial    aircraft.    See 

Transportation. 

Aircraft  restricted  areas  over  military  installations. 

designation    in    coordination    with    Army.     See 

main  heading  Civil  Aeronautics  Administration. 

Allotments,    claims    respecting.    See    Claims    and 

accounts. 
Appointment  without  compensation  and  statement  of 
financial  interests,  report  of;  persons  appointed 

under  Defense  Production  Act  of  1950 

3701.  3702.  4232.  4894,  4895,  5781,  5782. 
5871,  6096,  6097.  6418,  6419,  6978. 
Appointments : 

In  Army  Reserve.    See  Reserves. 
In  National  Guard.    See  National  Guard. 
In  Regular  Army,  general  eligibility  requirements-. 
Osteopathy,  doctors  of,  appointment  as  medical  of- 
ficers; Defense  Department  regulation 

Authority,  delegations  of,  from  Defense  Department, 
Secretary : 
Active  duty,  authority  to  order  certain  members  of 

reserve  components  to _ 

Designation  of  persons  from  American  Republics 
and   Canada   to   receive  instruction   at  West 

Point  Military  Academy ^ 

Emergency  facilities,  authority  to  issue  payment 

certificates  under  section  168  (g)  of  Internal 

Revenue  Code  of  1954  for  unamortized  cost  of — 

Family  housing : 

For  civilian  employees  at  military  research  or 

development  installations » . 

Wherry  family  housing  projects: 

Acquisition  of 


/-  ■ 
3335       ,. 

3083 
5534       * 


2896, 
5808. 


3160 
8625 

3083 

6357 

9912 

5452 
8670 


/ 


X 


Constantin,  Mintcheff,  and  Ketchedjeff 10002  I 


Schauffele,  Pauline - —    1188 


28 


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Page 


9228 


ARMY  DEPARTMENT— Continued 

Authority,  delegations  of,  from  Defense  Department, 
Secretary — Continued 
Family  housing — Continued 

Wherry  family  housing  projects — Continued 

Taxes  or  assessments  on,  deductions  from 

Highway  projects,  certification  of.  as  important  to 

national  defense 6521 

Reserve  forces  facilities.  Federal  or  State-owned, 
functions   respecting,   including   negotiations. 
Inspection,  approval,  expenditure  of  funds,  etc_     1750 
Blind  persons,  preference  to,  in  operating  vending 

stands;  Defense  Department  regulation 870 

Boards.    See  Committees. 

Bridges,  advance  approval  of  location  and  plans  by 

Secretary  of  Army  and  Chief  of  Engineers 9228 

Burial  expenses,  reimbursement  for.    See  Claims  and 

accounts. 
Claims  and  accounts: 

Allotments  of  pay  for  life  insurance  premiums  by 

retired  members  of  Army 1831 

Bills  and  accoimts;  payment  under  leases,  revoca- 
tion   10177 

Bonds  of  accountable  ofiBcers,  revocation 10177 

Claims  against  United  States: 
Burial  expenses: 
Authorized  expenses,  hearse  for  removing  re- 
mains      1198 

Categories  of  eligibles.  civilian  employees  paid 
from  appropriated  funds  of  Army  and/or 

Army   Department 1198 

Reimbursement  of  expenses  borne  by  individ- 
uals, limitations;  National  Guard  person- 
nel,   civilian    employees,    and    all    other 

personnel 1198 

Claims  for  damage  to  or  loss  or  destruction  of 
property,  or  for  injury  or  death,  incident  to 
noncombat  activities  of  Army  Department 
or  Army: 
Acts  or  omissions: 

Proximate  cause,  revocation 2384 

Scope  of  employment,  revocation 2384 

Claims  of  military  personnel  and  civilian  em- 
ployees for  property  lost  or  destroyed  in- 

V  cident  to  service 2384.7766 

Claims  respecting  injury  or  death  of  military 

.    personnel  or  civilian  employees 5534,5863 

Claims  under  Military  Claims  Act: 

After  March  29,  1956 _     5533 

Under  other  regulations 5533 

Determination  of  compensation  for  personal 

injury  x)r  death,  proof  of  damage 5863 

Expenses  included,  medical,  hospital,  or  burial, 

on  or  before  March  29,  1956 5534 

Federal  Tort  Claims  Act,  claims  cognizable 
under ;  acts  or  omissions : 

Proximate  cause,  revocation 2384 

Scope  of  employment,  revocation 2384 

Military  Claims  Act  and  Military  Personnel 

Claims  Act.  chart 5863 

Procedure,  conditions  of  payment 5534 

Statute  of  limitations,  claims  on  or  after  March 

29,    1956 5534 

General  provisions 2379 

Military  payment  certificates: 

Areas,  listed 244 

Conversion  into  dollar  instruments  or  foreign 
currency:   United  States  dollar  currency 

or  coin,  or  Treasury   checks j- 244 

Conversion  outside  designated  areas 244 

Definitions,  United  States  dollar  instruments; 

First  National  Bank  of  Chicago  added 244 

^  Limitations,  sending  certificates  through  mails.       244 

Reimbursement  to  owners  and  tenants  of  land 
acquired  by  Department  after  July  27,  1954 
and  before  July  15.  1955: 
Pursuant  to  Public  Law  155.  82d  Congress;  re- 
imbursement    restricted     to     owners     or 
tenants  who  used  land  for  residential  or 

agricultural  purposes 2412 

Pursuant  to  Public  Law  534.  82d  Congress; 
reimbursement  restricted  to  owners  or  ten- 
ants who  used  land  for  residential  or  agri- 
cultural purposes ._    2412 

Subrogation 1127 


ARMY  DEPARTMENT— Contfhoed  ^^^ 

Claims  and  accounts — Continued 
Claims  against  United  States — Continued 
Texas  City  disaster  claims,  claims  filed  on  or  be-* 

fore  April  25,  1950 6415 

Death  gratuity: 

Processing  of  claims 1702 

Settlement  of  accounts  of  deceased  members 1701 

Clothing  and  textile  material  for  Armed  Services,  des- 
ignation of  Secretary  as  Single  Manager 4358 

Annex  A.  related  responsibilities  of  Single  Manager 

and  military  services 4360 

Committees,  boards: 
Army  Emergency  Facilities  Depreciation  Board —    1513. 

1516 
Gratuity  Clause  Board;  establishment,  composition, 

procedure,  etc 4288 

Health  Advisory  Board,  Interagency,  representa- 
tion on ^ 3838 

Single  Manager  assignments,  administrative  com- 
mittees; representation  on.    See  main  heading 
Defense  Department. 
Contract  financing  policies  and  procedures,  procure- 
ment regulations.    See  Procurement. 
Contract  surgeons: 

Authority  to  employ -      582 

Pay  and  allowances,  part-time  contract  surgeons..     1931 
Contracts: 
Financing  defense  contracts.  Defense  Department 
regulations.     See  main  heading  Defense  De- 
partment. 
Procurement  regulations.    See  Procurement  regu- 
tions. 
Courts-Martial  Manual,  paragraph  126e;  punishment 
of  enlisted  persomiel.  reduction  in  grade  at  time 

of  sentence  (Executive  Order  10662) 235 

Creditors,  assistance  to.  by  Army  Department 1176 

Death  gratuity.     See  Claims  and  accounts. 
Deceased  personnel,  assistance  to  relatives  and  others 
in  connection  with: 

Assistance  furnished .1 8239 

Definitions 8238 

Effects: 
Disposition  of  personal  effects  outside  combat 

areas 8082 

Effects  of  deceased  civilians 8084 

List  of  benefits L 8239 

Persons  entitled  to  assistance 8239 

Responsibility 8239 

Survivor  assistance  ofiBcers 8239 

Decorations,  medals,  etc.: 

Decorations  for  individuals 7672 

General  provisions  governing  awards . 10010 

Good  Conduct  Medal,  requirements 3253 

Dental  attendance 7372 

Dentists,  members  of  armed  forces;  active  duty  or- 
der, appointment,  promotion,  etc..  authority  of 
Secretary     of     Defense     respecting     (Executive 

Order   10658)  __ _ __     1064 

Dependents,  medical  care  for 9969 

Defense  Department  regulations 8577 

Fiscal    policies 9976 

Disaster  relief: 

Actions  required,  major  disasters 1831 

Army  Department  policies 1831 

Responsibility  of  armed  forces 1831 

Discharge  or  separation  from  service: 

Dependency  or  hardship,  evidence  required 297 

For  convenience  of  Government;  national  health, 

safety,  or  interest 3186,  5443 

National  Guard  regulations.    See  National  Guard. 
Education,  military.    See  Military  education. 
Enlistments  in  National  Guard.     See  National  Guard. 
Flag  for  United  States  Army  (Executive  Order  10670)  _     4069 
Former  personnel,  representative  activities  before  De- 
partment or  its  agencies 1833 

Government  property : 
Procurement  regulations.    See  Procurement. 
Use  by  schools  and  colleges  in  connection  with  mili- 
tary education.    See  Military  education. 
Harrison  Dam  and  Reservoir  Project,  certain  lands  In 
North  I>akota  transferred  from  Agriculture  De- 
partment for  use  in  connection  with 2573 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


ARMY  DEPARTMENT— Continued  p«B« 

Hawaii;  restoration  of  certain  lands  In  military  reser- 
vations to  jurisdiction  of  Territory  of  Hawaii: 
Schofleld  Barracks  Military  Reservation.  Waianae- 
Uka  and  Waikakalaua,  Oahu  (Executive  Order 

10665) 2647 

Walanae-Kai  Militery  Reservation,  Waianae-Kai, 

Oahu  (Executive  Order  10664) :..—    2135 

Hazardous  duty,  incentive  pay  for  performance  of, 
by  members  of  Reserves:  minimum  flight  require- 
ments for  members  on  active-duty  and  inactive- 
duty  training  (Executive  Order  10681) 8129 

Highway  projects,  certification  of,  as  important  to 
national  defense:  authority  delegation  from  Sec- 
retary of  Defense  respecting iB521 

Hospital  regulations,    Sie  Medical  and  dental  attend- 

CIZXCC 

Housing  projects,  authority  delegations  from  Secre-  - 

tary  of  Defense  respecting.    See  Authority. 
Information,  release  of: 
Concerning  military  installations,  activities,  etc.—    7344 

Information  and  records  from.  Army  files 8583 

Unofficial  research  in  Army  records  centers 7534 

Insurance : 
Life    Insurance,    commercial,    solicitation    of.    on 
military    Installations;    Defense    Department 

regulation 458,  5361 

In  oversea  areas 2679 

-   Premiums,  allotments  of  pay  for  life  Insurance 

premiums  by  retired  members  of  Army 1831 

Joint  Mexican-United  States  Defense  Commission, 

representation  on  (Executive  Order  10692) 10325 

Tifltiris  trftnsfcr  of' 
Prom  Agriculture  Department;  In  connection  with 
Harrison  Dam  and  Reservoir  Project,  North  » 

Dakota 2573 

To  Tennessee  Valley  Authority;  easement  and  right- 
of-way.  Old  Hickory  Lock  and  Dam,  Sumner 

County,  Tennessee 6396 

Library  service.  Army;  rev<x;atIon 6226 

Medals.    See  Decorations. 

Medical,  dental,  and  allied  speciall;sts,  members  of 

Active  duty  order,  appointment,  promotion,  etc, 
authority  of  Secretary  of  Defense  respecting 

(Executive  Order  10658) 1064 

Doctors  of  osteopathy,  appointment  of;  Defense  De- 
partment  regulation 8625 

Reserve  Commissioned  OfiBcers,  assignment  to  Army 

Medical   Service  Branches 8987 

Medical  and  dental  attendance: 
Army  hospital  regulations,,  persons  eligible  to  re-       » 
celve  medical  care  at  Army  medical  treatment 
facilities : 

Applicants  for  enlistment  and  registrants 2329 

Commercial  airlines,  employees  of;  revocation..    2330 
Foreign  governments,  nationals  cA,  within  con- 
tinental  United   States 2330 

Oversea    commander's    mission,    persons    who 

contribute  to  accomplishment  of 2330 

Seamen   2329 

Dental   attendance , 7372 

Dependents'  medical  care 9969 

Defense  Department  regvilatlon 8577 

Fisci©*  policies- — 9976 

Medical  attendance: 
Civilian  physicians  or  civilian  medical  treatment 
facilities,  medical  care  by;  for  whom  author- 
ized   1931 

Contract  surgeons: 

Authority  to  employ 582 

Pay     and     allowances,     part-time     contract 

surgeons  1931 

Definition  of  medical  care 10374 

For  whom  authorized  and  manner  provided: 

Medical  care  for  spouses  and  children.. 10374 

Persons  entitled  to  medical  care 10374 

Priority  of  medical  treatment  facilities 10374 

Medical  care  In  medical  treatment  facilities  of  Fed- 
eral agencies  outside  Defense  Department —    6226 

National  Guard  regulations 1127 

Military  Academy,  West  Point ;  designation  of  persons 
from  American  Republics  and  Canada  to  receive 

Instruction  at  (Executive  Order  10661) 1315 

Authority  delegation  from  Secretary  of  Defense 

respecting 635T 


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ARMY  DEPARTMENT— Continued 

Military  education: 
See  also  Military  Academy.     • 
Rifle  practice,  promotion  of: 

Issues  of  rifles,  ammunition,  etc.: 

To  civilian  shooting  clubs ^ 1318 

To  schools -    1318 

Rifle   and   pistol   competitions  In  schools   and 

colleges 

Use  of  rifle  ranges  for  rifle  practice  ^y  civilians- 
Schools  and  colleges: 
Application  for  military  training,  bond  to  be  fur- 
nished for  safekeeping  of  Government  prop- 
erty   

Bonds  for  care  and  safekeeping  of  Government 

property  Issued 2043 

Government  property: 

Accounting   records 2043 

Inventories,  by  whom  and  when  made 2043 

Lost,  destroyed,  or  damaged  property,  reports 

of • -    2043 

Overages  and  shortages 2043 

Military  instructors,  use  of  Resej^e  officers  as 2043 

Property,   revocation 2043 

Rifle  and  pistol  competitions 2939 

Motor  vehicles,  use  of;  revocation 6226 

National  Guard  regulations: 
Commissioned  officers: 

Active  duty.  TOE  assignments 5534 

Appointment: 

Persons  ineligible  for  Federal  recognition',  con- 
viction for  other  than  minor  trafiBc  viola- 
tion      2466 

Waivef  of  beneflts 2466 

Federal  recognition 5863 

Promotion   3225 

Termination  of  appointments  and  withdrawal  of 

Federal  recognition . 55^4 

Enlisted  men: 

■    Qualiflcations  for  enlistment  or  reenlistment : 

Classes  ineligible,  waivers  not  authorized 3953 

Physical   qualification 3953 

Separation,  discharge  criteria: 

Alietvs.  certain;   revocation 2384 

Expiration  of  enlistment,  exception 2384 

Minister  or  theological  student : 2384 

Medical   care 1127 

Transfers    to    Standby    Reserve,    discharges    and 
transfers  to  retired  status,  as  result  of  screen- 
ing, to  be  consonant  with  Armed  Forces  Re- 
serve Act  of  1952  (Executive  Order  10651  )_,__ 
Negotiation,  procurement  by.    See  Procurement. 
Old  Hickory  Lock  and  Dam.  transfer  of  certain  ease- 
ment and  right-of-way  to  Tennessee  Valley  Au- 
thority subject  to  right  of  Department  of  flood 

right-of-way  in  connection  with  operation  of 

Organization:                     * 
Army  Department: 
Assistant- Chief  of  Staff,  G-1,  Persormel;  revoca- 
tion   

Assistant  Chief  of  Staff ,  G-3,  Operations;  revoca- 
tion   ^ . 

Assistant  Chief  of  Staff  for  Reserve  Components. 

Chief.  Army  Reserve  and  ROTC  Affairs 8369 

Deputy  Chief  of  Staff  for  Military  Operations "557 

Deputy  Chief  of  Staff  for  Personnel 558 

Purchases  Branch, , Office  of  Deputy  Chief  of  Staff 

for  Logistics,  redesignated  Cont^racts  Branch.  _    6372 
Signal  Corps,  OfiBce  of  Chief  Signal  OflBcer;  pro- 
curement of  equipment  and  services 1 1370 

Osteopathy,  doctors  of,  appointment  as  medical  offi- 
cers; Defense  Department  regulation 8625 

Patents,    procurement    regulations    respecting.    See 

Procurement. 
Poliomyelitis  vaccine,  standards  issued  jo^tly  by  Sur- 
geon Generals  of  Army,  Navy,  and  Public  Health 

Service 4922,  9227 

Prisoners;  clemency,  correspondence  and  visits,  tem- 
porary parole 1068,  3403 

Procurement : 
Armed     services    procurement     regulations.    See 

main  heading  Defense  Department. 
Army  procurement  procedure: 
Acceptance.    See  Inspection.  •     . 


169 


6396 


559 

559 
8369 


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ARMY  DEPARTMENT— Continued 

Procurement — Continued  ^ — 

Army  procurement  procedure — Continued 
Advertising,  formal,  procurement  by: 

Opening  of  bids  and  award  of  contract 245. 

Solicitation  of  bids 6372 

Army  Emergency  Facilities  Depreciation  Board —   1513, 

1516 

Bids.    Sec  Advertising,  formal.  ^ 

Bonds 10014 

Sureties  on  bonds — 10014 

Contract  clauses: 
See  also  Taxes. 

Change  orders  and  supplemental  agreements.. _    4287 
Contract  clauses  for  cost-reimbursement  type 

supply  contracts 10012 

Contract  clauses  for  fixed-price  supply  con- 
tracts     6372,    7246 

Government  property,  clauses  for  construction 

contracts 245,  246,  247 

Foreign  purchases: 

Canadian   pi\rchases_— • 10012 

Duty  and  customs,  redesigilation 1 10012 

Forms,  reproducible  masters 4288 

General  provisions: 
Basic  policies: 

Limitation   on   purchase   and   maintenance 

of  motor  vehicles  or  aircraft 1511 

Manpower  policy  in  placing  procurement.  244.  245 

Responsible  prospective  contractor 7245 

Specifications 10010 

Definitions : 

Appropriated  funds,  revocation — _" 4274 

Change  orders  and  supplemental  agreements, 

revocation 4274 

*  Purchasing  offices,  changes;  Chemical  Corps. 

Quartermaster     Corps,     Transportation 

Corps 4274,    10010 

Procurement  responsibility  and  authority: 
Expediting  administrative  actions,  redesigna- 

tion 4274 

Responsibility   foY-    insuring    availability    of 

funds,   revocation 4274 

Government  property: 

Contract  clauses;  construction  contracts 245. 

246, 247 
Exchange  of  personal  property  and  applica- 
tion of  proceeds  to  purchase  of  similar 

items  ^__ 248 

Industrial  facilities,  contractor  operated  motor 

vehicles 4287 

Manual  for  control  of  Government  property 
in  possession  of  contractors,  implementa- 
tion of 250,  10014 

Gratuity  Clause  Board;  establishment,  composi- 
tion, procedure,  etc.-.^, 4288 

Inspection  and  acceptance.. 1 4287 

Interdepartmental    procurement;     procurement 
from  Federal  Supply  Service  Store's  Depots, 

revocation < —    4285 

Labor,  WaLsh-Healy  Public  Contracts  Act: 

Applicability - 1513 

Debarred,  ineligible,  and  suspended  bidders,  list 

of 1513 

Wage  and  Hour  and  Public  Contracts  Divisions 
of  United  States  Department  of  Labor  Reg- 
ional   Offices;     Region    IX,    change     of 

address 1513 

,         Negotiation,  procurement  by: 

Circumstances  permitting  negotiation 4275 

Determinations  and  findings 4279, 10011 

Negotiated  overhead  rates ; 10011 

Small  purchases 4281 

Types  of  contracts: 

Cost-plus-incentive-fee  contract . 10011 

Fixed-price  incentive  contract » 7245 

Use  of  negotiation. 1511,1512,6372 

Patents 1 4287. 10013 

Procurement  of  Inventions  and  patent  rights —  10013 

Small  business  policy -    1768 

See  also  Supplemental  provisions,  small  busi- 
ness policy  and  procedure. 
Cooperation  with  Small  Business  Administra- 
tion  ^^_ 1768 

Program,  purpose,  subcontracting  policy 1768 


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ARMY  DEPARTMENT— Continued 
Procurement — Continued 
Army  procurement  procedure — Continued 
Supplemental  provisions: 

Administrative  procedures 250,  4288.  6375, 10015 

Army  Department  procurement  policy;  pur- 
chase by  cost-plus-flxed-fee  contractors, 

procedure 1513 

Contract  financing  policies  and  procedures 251 

Depreciation  on  emergency  faclhties  covered 
by  certificates-  of  necessity  for  contract 
pricing  purposes,  treatment  of;  establish- 
ment of  Board 1513, 1516 

Piocurement  action  reporting 1513 

Small  business  policy  and  procedure: 
See  also  Small  business  i^licy.  above. 

Cross  reference 1768 

-»  Records  pertaining  to  small  business  to  be 

maintained  by  procuring  activities  and 

field  purchasing  offices 251 

Title  II.  First  War  Powers  Act,  as  amended, 

and  Executive  Order  10210 6376 

Transportation  aspects  of  procurements —  251, 6384 
Taxes.  Federal,  State  and  local;  contract  clauses: 
Connecticut  sales  and  use  tax,  procedure  to  be 

followed  during  litigation 1512 

Indiana  state  gross  income  tax.  contract  clause 

relating  to 1512 

Maryland  sales  and  ase  tax 6375 

Termination  of  contracts,  termination  Inventory: 
Inventory  schedules,  descriptions;  revocation.    1512 
Plant  clearance  period,  final  schedule;  revoca- 
tion  1512 

Rejection  of  inadequate  schedules,  revoca- 

.0  tion - 1512 

Purchases  Branch,  OflBce  of  Deputy  Chief  of  Staff 

for  Logistics,  redesignated  Contracts  Branch —    6372 
Signal  Corps,  procurement  of  equipment  and  serv- 
ices; organization 1370 

Public  relations;  release  of  information.    See  Infor- 
mation. 
Records  and  reports : . 

Army  records  centers,  imofficial  research  in 7534 

Non-Federal  records,  retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records. 
Release  of  information  and  records: 

Fiom  Army  files 8583 

Pertaining   to  military   installations,   activities, 

etc - 7344 

Recruiting  policy  for  secondary  schools.  Defense  De- 
partment regulation 8395 

Relief  assistance.    See  Disaster  relief. 
Representative  activities  before  Department  or  its 

agencies  of  former  personnel 1833 

Reserve  forces:  • 

See  also  Reserve-forces  facilities. 
Army  Reserve,  appointments: 

Applications  and  allied  papers 7241 

Availability. 7240 

Eligibility 7241 

Foreign  residence i 7240 

IneUgibles 7240 

Limitations  on  appointments 7241 

Members  of  reserve  components  of  other  Avmed 

Forces  and  Public  Health  Service 7240 

Officers,  appointment  in  various  branches: 

Chaplains  Branch 7242 

Civil  Affairs  Military  Government  Branch,  as- 
signment to 7245 

Judge  Advocate  General's  Corps  Branch 7243 

Medical  Service  Branches 8987 

'     Officers  and  former  officers 7241 

Professional  and  technical  personnel -    7244 

Women's  Army  Corps  Branch 7243 

Procurement 7240 

Purpose 7239 

Vacancies,  active  duty  quotas,  and  submission  of 

applications 7241 

Incentive  pay  for  performance  of  hazardous  duty 
by  members  of  Reserves,  minimum  fiight  re- 
quirements for  members  on  active-duty  and  in- 
active-duty training  (Elxcutive  Order  10681)-.    8129 
Military  instructors,  use  of  Reserve  officers  not  on 

active  duty  as 2043 


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ARMY  DEPARTMENT— Centinuod  p»b« 

Reserve  forces — Continued 
Ready  and  Standby  Reserves: 
Screening  of  Ready  Reserve,  and  providinff  for 
transfer  of  members  to  and  from  Standby 

Reserve  (Executive  Order  10651) 169 

Selection  of  certain  persons  with  critical  sikills  for 
enlistment    in    Ready    Reserve    (Executive 

Order  10650) 167 

-  Welfare,  morals,  health  and  safety  of  members, 
while  undergoing  active  duty  for  training  for 
basic  training;  Defense  Department  regula- 
tion  5967 

Reserve  Officers'  Training  Corps: 
Organization  and  training  of  units: 

Admission  to  advanced  course 1832 

.    Bands.  ROTC 1833 

Classification  of  ROTC  units,  senior  division, 

class  MC  (Military  Colleges) 7698 

Conditions    for    retention   of    imits,    satellite 

units — 1832 

Contracts: 

Advanced  course,  senior  division 1833, 6227 

Basic  course,  senior  division 1833 

Military  schools  division '.^ 6227 

Discharge  or  release  from  program 1832 

Divisions  and  units 6226 

Eligibility  for  membership  of  Army  Reserve 

and  Army  National  Guard 6227 

Interservice   transfer  of   basic   course  ROTC 

students 1833 

Placement  for  previous  military  training,  limi- 
tations, active  serviqf  or  active  duty  for 
training  in  Army,  Navy.  Air  Force.  Marine 

corps,  or  Coast  Guard ^ —     1833 

•  Requirements  for  enrollment: 

General  requirements  for  enrollment,  quali- 
fied  moraUy 1882 

In  specific  cases: 

Advanced  course  senior  division  and  MST 
5  and  6  course  military  schools  divi-        ' 

sion,  student  requirement 1832,6227 

Basic  course  senior  division  and  MST  3 
and  4  course  military  schools  division. 

loyalty  requirement 1832,6227 

Training  of  students  ineligible  for  enrollment-    1832 

Training  camps,   revocation 7698 

Training  programs,  etc..  Defense  Department  reg- 
ulations.   See  main  heading  Defense  Depart- 
ment. 
Reserve   forces   facilities.   Federal   or   State-owned, 
authority  delegation  from  Secretary  of  Defense 
respecting  negotiations,  inspection,  approval,  ex- 
penditure of  funds,  etc 1750 

Retired  Army  members,  allotments  of  pay  for  life 

insurance  premiums  by 1831 

Rifle  practice,  promotion  of.    See  Military  education. 
Schools.     See  Military  education.  | 
Security:  1 
Armed   Forces   industrial   security.   Defense   De-       i 
partment    regulations;     codification    discon- 
tinued   ^-_. 2814 

Industrial  security  manual  for  safeguarding  classi- 
fied information.  Defense  Department  regu- 
lations;  codification  discontinued 2814 

Separation  from  service.    See  Discharge  or  separa- 
tion from  service.  «  ^ 

Service  clubs,  revocation 10177 

Signal  Corps,  procurement  of  equipment  and  services; 

organization 1370 

Single  Manager  assigtunents: 
See  also  main  heading  Defense  Department. 
Designation  of  Secretary  as  Single  Manager  for 
listed  programs  for  Armed  Services: 

Clothing  and  textile  material 4358 

Annex  A,  related  responsibilities  of  Single  Man- 
ager and  military  services 4360 

Subsistence.. 4350 

Annex  A,  related  responsibilities  of  Single  Man- 
ager and  military  services 4353 

Traffic  within  United  Stetes.'. 4355 

Annex  A.  related  responsibilities  of  Single  Man- 
ager and  military  services 4357 

Soldiers'  Home.  United  States;   authority,  benefits,        , 
persons  eligible,  procedure  for  admission 5415 


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ARMY  DEPARTMENT— Continued 

Subsistence  for  Armed  Services,  designation  of  Sec- 
retary as  Single  Manager 4353 

Aimex,  A.  related  responsibilities  of  Single  Man- 
ager and  military  services » 4353 

Surgeons,  contract: 

Authority  to  employ 582 

Pay  and  allowances,  part-time  contract  surgeons..     1931 
Taxes,     procurement    regulations    respecting.  .  See 

Procurement. 
Texas  City  disaster,  claims  against  United  States. 

See  Claims  and  accounts. 
Textile  materiel.    See  Clothing  and  textile  materiel. 

Training  camps,  ROTC;  revocation 7698 

Transportation: 
Air  transportation,  commercial;  Defense  Depart- 
ment regulations: 
See  also  Travel  accommodations. 
Load  limitations  for  transportation  of  groups  of 

military  personnel 839 

Standards  of  service  for  charter  commercial  air 
transportation ;  acconunodations.  meals,  san- 
itation,   safety,    etc..    Defense    Department 

regulation 938 

Motor  common  carrier  facilities  questionnaire  (DD 

form  677) 2042 

'     Motor  vehicles,  use  of;  revocation 6226 

Ocean  transportation,  functions  of  Secretary  re- 
specting operation  of  Military  Sea  Transporta- 
tion  Service 4024 

Traffic  within  United  States,  designation  of  Secre- 

■•  tary  as  Single  Manager 4355 

Annex  A,  related  responsibilities  of- Single  Man- 
ager and  military  services ___.:l 4357 

Travel  accommodations  (air.  land,  or  sea)  for  mili- 
tary personnel,  civilian  employees  and  depend- 
ents via  commercial  or  Government  transporta- 
tion within,  to,  from  or  outside  continental 
United  States  at  Government  expense;  De- 
fense Department  regulations 1589 

Vending  stands,  operation  of,  preference  to  blind 

persons;  Defense  Department  regulation 870 

ATOMIC   ENERGY  COMMISSION: 

Access  permits;  extension  of  term  of  permit 2389 

Advisory  boards,  purpose;  certain  boards  excepted 

from  regulation 4271 

Authority,  delegation  of,  from  Genefal  Services  Ad- 
ministrator;   advance   payments   in  connection 

with  contracts  negotiated  without  advertising 7420 

Byproduct  material,  licensing  of 213 

Application  for  licenses,  general  and  specific 215 

Elimination  of  requirement  for  signature  under 

oath  or  affirmation ^ 7265 

Enforcement 1 217 

Exemptions 215 

General  provisions 213 

Licenses,  issuance,  terms  and  conditions,  etc 216 

Modification  and  revocation  of  licenses 217 

Records,  reports  and  inspections 216 

Sched.ules  of  generally  licensed  devices  and  equip- 
•         ment  incorporating  byproduct  material;  Sched- 
ules A  and  B 217,  7565 

Construction,  exportation,  etc.,  of  utilization  facili- 
ties, licensing  of: 
Construction  and/or  operation  of  utilization  facili- 
ties; licenses  and  permits  for  various- companies 
for  reactors  and  critical  experiment  facilities  at 
specified  locations: 

AMF  Atomics,  Inc.,  Plalnsboi-o,  N.  Y.. 4687,  10522 

Aerojet-General  Nucleonics;  San  Ramon,  Calif  ..6520, 

7161,  8152. 9589,  9956 
Applied  Nucleonics  Corp.,  Walnut  Creek,  Calif..  4687 
Atomics  International  (Division  of  North  Ameri-    .    • 

can  Aviation) ;  Canoga  Park,  Calif 6721 

Babcbck  &  Wilcox  Co.,  Lynchburg.  Va 4687 

Battelle    Memorial    Institute;    West    Jefferson, 

Ohio 4687,  6519 

Commonwealth  Edison  Co.,  Grundy  County,  111.,    3085 
Consolidated  Edison  Co.  of  New  York,  Inc..  Indian 
Point,    Village   of   Buchanan,    Westchester 

County.  N.  Y 3084 

Curtis- Wright   Corp.;    Curtis- Wright   Research 

and  Development  Center,  Quehanna,  Pa 8892 


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Page 


ATOMIC  ENERGY  COMMISSION— ConHnued 

Construction,  exportation.  #tc..  of  utilization  facili- 
ties, licensing  of— Continued 
Construction  and/or  operation  of  utilization  raclll- 
ties;  licenses  and  permits  for  various  companies 
for  reactors  and  critical  experiment  facilities  at 
specified  locations— Continued 

Dow  Chemical  Co.,  Midland.  Mich ^ 4687 

Ford  Motor  Co.,  Dearborn,  Mich 4688 

General    Atomic    Division.    General    Dynamics 

Corp;  Torrey  Pines  Mesa,  San  Diego.  Calif—    9616 

General  Electric  Co.,  Alemeda  County.  Calif 3395. 

4698.  5301 

Glenn  L.  Martin  Co.:  Middle  River.  Md 8548 

Lockheed   Aircraft  Corp.,  Stanford  University, 

Palo  Alto,  Calif 489* 

Massachusetts   Institute   of   Technology,   Cam- 
bridge. Mass —-    3150 

National  Advisory  Committee  for  Aeronautics; 

Sandusky,    Ohio 6520 

Naval  Research  Laboratory;  Washington,  D.  C—     7256 
Nuclear  Development  Corporation  of  America. 

Pawling.  R  Y -  4687.  4688 

Power  Reactor  Development  Co.;  Lagoona  Beach, 

Mich - 4688,  5974,  7809 

Prosperity  Co.T  Inc.,  University  of  Miami  Campus, 

Coral  Gables.  Florida 4688 

State  College  of  Washington;  Pullman,  Wash 5019 

U.    S.    Naval    Postgraduate    School;    Monterey. 

Qo^lit 9956 

Westinghbuse  ~  Electric     Corp.,     Westmoreland 

County,  Pa 4688 

Yankee   Atomic   Electric  Co.;    Deerfleld   River, 

Rowe,   Mass 5515 

Export  licenses: 
AMF  Atomics*  Inc.: 
•  Laboratorium  fur  Technische  Physic  der  Tech- 

nischen    Hochschule    Miinchen,    Munich, 

Federal  Republic  of  Germany 6721 

Ministry  of  Education,  Netherlands : —     7742 

Atomics  International  (Division  of  North  Ameri- 
can Aviation):  Japan  Atomic  Energy  Re- 
search Institution,  Tokyo,  Japan 6721 

Babcock  &  Wilcox  Co..  New  York.  N.  Y.  for  export 
to  Conselho  Nacional  de  Pesquisas  do  Brasil, 
for  Comissao  de  Energia  Atomica,  University 

of  Sao  Paulo.  Sao  Paulo.  Brasil 7922 

Marubeni-Iida  Co.  (New  York).  Inc..  for  export 
to  Japan  Atomic  Energy  Research  Institute. 

Tokyo.  Japan— 7704,8514 

Control   of   facilities   for   production   of   fissionable 
material.    See  Production  and  utilization  facili- 
ties, licensing  of.  •  •         . 
Discoveries  or  inventions.    See  Patents. 
Experiment  facilities;  construction,  exportation.    See 
Construction,  exportation,  etc.,  of  utilization  fa- 
cilities.       , 
Exportation  of  utilization  facilities.     See  Construc- 
tion. exportation.,etc..  of  utilization  facilities* 
Fissionable  material.    See  Nuclear  materials. 
Foreign  atomic  energy  programs,  unclassified  activ- 
ities in;   authorization,  reporting  requirements, 

application   procedures 418 

General  Counsel;  opinion  on  applicability  of  section 
152  of  Atomic  Energy  Act  of  1954  to  inventions  or 
discoveries  made  or  conceived  in  course  of  activi- 
ties under  licenses  issued  by  Cbnunission 1414 

Interpretation  of  section  152  of  Atomic  Energy  Act  of 
1954;  opinion  of  General  Counsel  on  applicability 
of  section  to  inventions  or  discoveries  made  or 
conceived  in  course  of  activities  under  licenses 

issued  by  Commission —    1414 

Inventions  or  discoveries.   See  Patents. 
Licenses  and  licensing.  See  Byproduct  material;  Con- 
struction, exportation;  Nuclear  material ;  Opera- 
tors' licenses;  Patents;  Production  and  utilization 
fgicilities;  and  Rules  of  practice. 

Nuclear  material,  special 764 

Acquisition,  use,  and  transfer  of  special  nuclew 

^         material 767 

Allocation  of.    See  Production  and  utilization  fa- 
cilities. , 

Exemptions  from  regulations— .»— 765 

General  provisions 765 


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607 
606 


ATOMIC  ENERGY  COMMISSION — Continued 
Nuclear  material,  special— Continued 

Guaranteed  fair  prices,  during  period  July  1,  1955 

to  June  30.  1962 — _ 1421 

Schedule    of    prices   classified    as   confidential- 
restricted  data 1422 

Licenses J66 

License  applications 765 

ModiflcaUon  and  revocation 767 

Operators'  licenses.  Issuance  to  operators  of  licensed 

production  and  utilization  facilities 6,450 

Applications —  ^ 

Elimination  of  requirement  for  signature  imder 

oath  or  .affirmation 7265 

Certificate  of  medical  examination  for  operator's 

license -^ 

Citation  of  authority,  correction . 450 

Enforcement 8 

General  provisions 6 

Purpose;  authority  citation,  correction 450 

Licenses,  issuance,  renewal,  etc ^ 7,7265 

Modification  and  revocation  of  licenses 8 

Operating  test  and  written  examination 7 

Patent  Compensation  Board;   applications  for  just 
compensation:  , 

Basic  Science  Foundation,  Inc 9^81 

Hobbs,  James  C 8039 

Matheson  Pneumatic  Machinery,  Inc 4326 

Patent  licenses,  standard  specifications  for  grant  of—      606 

Commission-owned  patents 606 

General  provisions. v:,-— ir" 

Other  patents  useful  in  production  or  utilization 
of  special  nuclear  laaterial  or  atomic  energy. - 
Patents  declared  to  be  affected  with  public  interest- 
Patents:  „      .,^^     ^  ^ 
Applications  for  compensation.    See  Patent  Com- 
pensation Board. 
Inventions  or  discoveries,  made  or  "conceived  in 
course  of  activities  under  licenses  issued  by 
Commission;    applicability   of   section    152   of 
Atomic  Energy  Act  of  1954,  opinion  of  General 

.  Counsel  respecting 1414 

Procedures  on  declaring  patents  affected  with  public 

interest  and  licensing  of  patents 9764 

Specifications  for  gra,nting  of  patent  licenses.    See 

Patent  licenses. 
Waiver  of  patent  rights  by  Commission  with  respect 
to  inventions  and  discoveries  resulting  from  use 

,    of  source  materials,  isotopes,  etc 7007,  9765 

Personnel  Security  Boards.    See  Security  clearance 

procedures.  ' 
Priorities  regulation,  applicable  to  sale«of  Govern- 
ment-owned property  at  Oak  Ridge,  Tennessee, 
and  Richland.  Washington;  applications,  deter- 
minations, appeal  procedure,  etc —    1005 

Appeal  procedure;  grounds  of  appeal 10267 

Definition  of  terms,  "member  of  his  family,"  and 

•inhabitant" 10267 

Priorities  for  certain  properties;  property  for  pri- 
vate residential  use 10267 

Priority  rights : 
Application  for  and  exercise  of  priority  rights; 

abandonment  of  priority  on  property 2811 

Determination  of  priority  rights: 

Conflicting  claiqis  for  priority 10267 

IJetermination  of  occupancy 10267 

ProdWtlon  lAid  utilization  facilities,  licensing  of 355 

See  also  Operators'  licenses. 

Allocation  of  special  nuclear  material 359 

Amendment  of  license  or  constri^ction  permit  at  re- 
quest of  holder 360 

Applications  for  licenses,  form,  contents,  ineligibil- 
ity of  certain  applicants , 357 

Classification  and  description  of  licenses 356 

Construction,  exportation,  etc.,  of  utilization  facili- 
ties; specific  licenses.    See  Construction,  ex- 
portation. 
Effect  of  finding  ^of  practical  value  upon  licenses 

previously  issued 8354 

Enforcement 360 

General  provisions 356 

Issuance,  limitations,  and  conditions  of  licenses 

and  construction  permits 359 

Records,  reports,  inspection .: 360 

Requirements  of  license,  exceptions -      356 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


ATOMIC  ENERGY  COMMISSION— Continued  ^'^^ 

Production  and  utilization  facilities,  licensing  of— 
Continued 
Revocation,  suspension,  modification,  amendment 
of  licenses  and  construction  permits,  emergency 

operations  by  Commission 360 

Standards  for  licenses  and  construction  permits 358 

Property  in  communities  under  ownership  and.  man- 
agement of  Commission,  disposal  of: 
Priority  rights  applicable  to  sale  of  property.    See 

Priority  regulations. 
Transfer  of  certain  functions  respecting  to  Housing 
and  Home  Finance  Administrator  (Executive 

Order  10657) 1063 

Radioisotope  distribution  regulation.    See  Byproduct 

material. 
Reactors;  construction,  exportation,  etc.    See  Con- 
struction, exportation,  etc.,  of  utilization  facilities. 
Records: 

Availability  of  official  records,  rules  of  general  ap- 
plicability.    See  Rules  of  practice. 
Licensing  of  production  and  utilization  facilities. 

See  Production  and  utilization  lacilities. 
Non-Federal;    retention  requirements.    See   main 

yieading  Records. 
Restricted  data.    See  Restricted  data. 
Rules  of  practice  respecting.    See  Rules  of  practice. 

Access  to;  general  provisions,  applications,  permits.       810 
Adjudicatory  proceedings  involving,  rules  of  prac- 
tice  9741 

Appllcatl(»is,    provisions    respecting    controlled 

thermonuclear  processes 5733 

Guaranteed  fair  prices  schedule  classified  as  con- 
fidential-restricted data 1422 

Rules  of  practice  respecting.    See  Rules  of  practice. 

Safeguarding  of 718 

Control  of  Information 719 

Footnote  designator;  correction _      813 

Gteneral  provisions 718 

Physical    security 718 

Rules  of  practice;  proceedings  involving  licenses  and 

licensing 804 

Procedure  for  imposing  requirements  by  order,  or 
for  mcxilficatlon,  suspension,  or  revocation  of 

license  or  construction  permit 805 

Procedure  on  applications  for  issuance,  amendment 
or  transfer  of  license  or  construction 'permit 

and  renewal  of  license 804 

Records.    See  Rules  of  general  applicability. 
Restricted  data,  adjudicatcTry  proceedings  involv- 
ing; special  procedures  applicable  to 8594,  9741 

Rules  of  general  applicability,  respecting  formal  and 
informal  hearings,  public  rule  making,  records, 

etc , *    810 

Restricted  data  in  category  in  Appendix 8594,  9741 

Security: 
Restricted  data.    See  Restricted  data. 
Security  clearance,  criteria  and  procedures  for  de- 
termining eligibility  for 3103 

Conduct  of  proceedings , 7148 

Criteria  for  determining  eligibility  for  security 

clearance 7147 

Definitions ;  "Board",  "Personnel  Security  Board"_    7147 

New  evidence 7148 

Notice  to  individual  respecting  Personnel  Secu- 
rity Board,  etc 7148 

Personnel  Security  Boards: 

Appointment —    7147 

Counsel;  appointment 7148 

Definition 7147 

Uranium,  domestic: 
Bonus  for  Initial  production  of  uranium  ores  from 
new   domestic    mines    for   deliveries    between 

March  1.  1951  and  March  31.  1960 9010 

Minimum  price  of  uranium-bearing  ores  of  Colo- 
rado Plateau  area,  Schedule  I.  allowances 6300 

Uranium  leases  on  lands  controlled  by  Commission.    5259 
Utilization  facilities,  licensing  of: 
Regulations  respecting.  See  Production  and  utiliza- 
tion facilities. 
Specific  licenses.    See  Construction,   exportation, 
etc.,  of  utilization  facilities. 
ATTORNEY  GENERAL.    See  Justice  Department. 

80000—67 & 


B 


33 


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BANKS: 

Disaster  participation  agreements  with  banks.  See 
Small  Business  Admlxiistrati<xi. 

Farm  credit  institutions.  See  Farm  Credit  Adminis- 
tration. 

Federal  home  loan  banks.  See  Federal  Home  Loan 
Bank  Board. 

Federal  reserve  banks.     See  Federal  Reserve  System. 

Insured  banks;  assessments,  reports.  See  Federal 
Deposit  Insurance  Corporation. 

Supervised  bank  accoimts.  use  of.  by  farm  ownership 
borrowers.    See  Farmers  Home  Administration. 

BLIND  PERSONS: 

Employment  In  sheltered  workshops.  See  Wage  and 
Hour  Division. 

tending  stands,  operation  of.    See  Commerce  Depart- 
ment; Defense  Department;  and  Vocational  Re-    ' 
habilltatlon.  Office  of. 

BLIND-MADE  PRODUCTS: 

Armed  services  procurement  regulations.  »See  Defense 

Department. 
Committee  on  purchase  of.   See  Blind-Made  Products, 

Committee  on  Purchases  of. 

BUND-MADE    PRODUCTS,    COMMITTEE    ON    PUR- 
CHASES OF: 

Agencies  for  blind  persons,  restrictions;  requirements 
for  agencies  desiring  to  participate  in  Govern- 
ment orders 2141 

Records,  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.  See 
main  heading  Records. 

BOARDS.    See  Committees  and  boards. 

BONNEVILLE  POWER  ADMINISTRATION: 

Authority,  delegation  of.  by  Administrator: 

To  authorized  holders  of  valid  "disaster  authority" 

cards  to  acquire  materials,  services,  equipment, 

etc..  to  maintain  continuity  of  p>ower  service 

and  operation  of  transmission  system  in  case 

of  emergency 8199 

To  Chief  of  Branch  of  Land.  Principal  Negotiator, 
Principal  Title  Officer,  and  Law  Clerk  with  re- 
si>ect  to  land  activities  (purchases,  appraisals, 
etc.) - -^ 9333 

BRIDGE  REGULATIONS.    See  Engineers.  Corps  of. 

BRITISH  TOKEN  IMPORT  PLAN.    See  Foreign  Com- 
merce Bureau. 

BUDGET  BUREAU: 

Construction  of  Federal  office  buildings  In  District  of 
Columbia;  prospectus  submitted  by  General  Serv-     • 
ices  Administration,  approved  by  Bureau.    See 
main  heading  General  Services  Administration.    ^ 
Lands,  certain,  transfer  of:  < 

From  Agriculture  Department: 
To  Army  Department;  certain  lands  in  North 
Dakota  for  use  in  connection  with  Harrison 

Dam  and  Reservoir  Project •  2573 

To  Interior  Department;  certain  lands  acquired 
under  Bankhead-Jones  Farm  Tenant  Act  for 
use,    administration,    and   exchange    under 

Taylor  Grazing  Act r 10417 

To  Tennessee  Valley  Authority;  certain  lands  in 

Cherokee  National  Forest 1564 

From  Army  Department  to  Tennessee  Valley 
Authority;  certain  easement  and  right-of-way 
within  area  of  Old  Hickory  Lock  and  Dam, 

Sumner  County,  Tennessee 6396 

Watershed  Protection  and  Flood  Prevention  Act,  plans 
and  justifications  of  works  of  improvement  un- 
der; transmittal  to  Congress,  functions  respect- 
ing (EScecutive  Order  10654) ' —      511 

BUSINESS  AND   DEFENSE   SERVICES  ADMINISTRA- 

TION: 

Appointments  without  compensation  and  statements 
of  financial  interests  under  Defense  Production 

Act  of   1950 J77, 

1311,  1329,  1330,  1520,  1608.  1665.  1736,  1737, 

2114,  2130,  2131,  2303,  2494.  2666,  2795,  2796, 

3127,  3128,  3233.  3234,  3393,  3464,  3728,  3943, 

4030.  4298,  4639,  4640,  4894,  4936,  5240,  5463, 

5511,  5596.  6048.  6307,  6308,  6421,  6586,  6720, 

6845,  7301,  7351,  7581,  7656,  7834,  8197,  8245. 

8514,  8545.  8706.  8892.  8993,  8994,  9685,  9727. 
9927.  9985,  9997.  10346. 


34 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


BUSINESS   AND   DEFENSE   SERVICES   ADMINISTRA-    Pae« 
TION — Continued 

Authority,  delegation  of :  ' 
By  Administrator  to  Secrftary  of  Defense  to 
make  allotments  of  controlled  materials  and 
to  apply  priority  (DO)  ratings  and  allotment 
numbers  with  respect  to  contracts  and  purch- 
ases for  procurement  and  construction  pro- 
grams (Delegation  1);  rescheduling  delivery 
of  certain  materials  for  guided  missiles  sys- 
tems program  (A2)   (Supp.  1) 7465 

From  Secretary  of  Commerce  to  Foreign  Excess 
Property  Officer: 
Madsen.  Oscar  T.;  authority  to  serve  as  acting 

Foreign  Excess  Property  Officer 6396 

Way,  Howard  E;  appointment  and  authority  to 
make  determinations  respecting  applications 

to  import  foreign  excess  property 6396 

Compliance  and  enforcement  procedures  (Regulation 

8) 3254 

Legal  functions;  transfer  to  Office  of  General  Counsel. 

Commerce  Department 5511 

Priorities  system  operation: 
See  also  Priority  orders. 
Basic  rules,  (BDSA  Regulation  2) : 

Cancellation  and  conversion  of  certain  DO  rat- 
ings, (Direction  6),  revocation  6 10501 

Limitation  on  use  of  ratings  to  obtain  nickel 

(Direction  7) 4911 

List   A,   copper   raw   materials   not   subject   to 

rating 10249 

Defense  Materials  System,  basic  rules;  authoriza- 
tion for  production  schedules  and  allotment 
procedure  for  manufacturers  with  rated  orders 
bearing  program  identification  A,  B,  C,  D,  or 
E  for  Class  A  and  Class  B  products  (DMS  Regu- 
lation 1): 
Nickel  alloys,  designation  as  controlled  materials 

(Direction  6) 4912,6228 

Schedule   I 4914 

Steel  shipments  by  distributors: 
Restrictions  on,  and  acceptance  of  deliveries 

(Direction  7) 5057 

Revoc£^on , 5434 

Schedule  I;  forms  and  shapes  of  steel  con- 
trolled materials 5058 

Restrictions  on  shipments  against  unrated  or- 
ders  (Direction  8) -5484 

Revocation 593I 

Schedule    I;    category    of    steel    controlled 

*  material 5435 

Steel  shipments  by  producers  against  controlled 
material  orders  prior  to  September  30,  1956 

(Direction  9) 6020 

Operations  of  priorities  and  allocations  systems  be- 
tween Canada  and  United  States  (BDSA  Reg. 

3) _ 787 

False  statements 788 

Records  and  reports ~~      788 

Requests  for  adjustment  or  exception 788 

Priority  orders: 
Aluminum,  rules  for  acceptance,  production  and 
scheduling  of  rated  orders  after  July  1,  1953 
(M-5A) ;    limitation  on  required  delivery  by 

producers,  revocation  of  Direction  1 10501 

Copper  and  copper-base  alloys  (BSDA  M-llA) : 
Amount  of  reserve  production  capacity  for  ac- 
ceptance of  authorized  controlled  material  t 

orders___ _ _ ii2al  3254 

Republication  of  order , 10249 

Schedule  A,  set-aside  percentages 10252 

Nickel  alloys,  producUon  and  distribution  (M-IB).   4914. 


6227 

Table  I — 6228 

Records,  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.  See 
main  heading  Records. 

BUSINESS  ECONOMICS,  OFFICE  OF: 

Fellowships  in  national  income  and  international  bal- 
ance of  payments  statistics  for  qualified  citizens 
oX  other  American  Republics;  revocation... 3777 


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9199 


7535 
7618 


CANADA: 

Air  transportation  across  international  border  be- 
tween United  States  and  Canada.  See  Civil  Aero- 
nautics Board. 

Canadian  tugs  permitted  to  tow  certain  equipment 
in  connection  with  St.  Lawrence  Seaway  De- 
velopment Projects.    See  Customs  Bureau. 

Persons  permitted  to  receive  instruction'  at  United 
States  Military,  Naval,  and  Air  Force  Academies, 
designation  of  (Executive  Order  10661) 1315 

Priorities  and  allocations  systems,  operations  of.  be- 
tween Canada  and  United  States.  See  Business 
and  Defense  Services  Administration. 

CANAL  ZONE  GOVERNMENT: 

Aliens  entering  Canal  Zone,  control  of: 

Deletion  of  regulations i 1379 

Rescission  of  applicable  State  Department  regula- 
tions  __;_  ggo 

Customs  service,  importations,  in  Canal  ZoneTclasses 

of  persons  to  whom  approval  may  be  granted 10254 

Employment  in  Canal  Zone;  suspension  of  certain" 
statutory  provisions  relating  to  (Executive  Order 

10690) J / 

Inspection  of  vessels.    See  Vessels. 
Panama  Canal  and  adjacent  waters,  operation  and 
navigation  of: 
Arriving  and  departing  vessels: 

Advance  papers  required  by  air  mail,  "boarding 

officer"  substituted  for  "boarding  party" 

Anchoring  to  await  boarding  officer  (C250  45^     '     .^.„ 

Boarding  of  arriving  vessels  (CZO  45) '    7618 

Boarding  officer,  functions  of II    7535 

Charges  for  special-demand  customs  boarding 

and  immigration  services,  revocation 7535 

Clearance   (CZO  45) 7518 

Compliance  with  quarantine  and  immigration 

instructions 7535 

Designation  and  other  signals IIIIIIIII     7535 

Incoming  passenger  list _    7535 

Merchant  ship  anchorages,  "boarding  offlcer"  subl 

stituted  for  "quarantine  officials" _      7535 

Outgoing  passenger  list,  "Canal  Zone  Govern- 
ment" substituted  for  "Panama  Canal" 7535 

Papers  required  by  boarding  party,  list : 
"Boarding  offlcer"  substituted  for  "boarding 

party"    _ 7535 

Crew  list,  copy  for  American  Consular  offlcer; 

note,  deletion 1379 

Entry  of  alien  seamen  Into  Canal  Zone;~notei 

deletion  1379 

Statement  of  fuel  account,  deletion IIIIIII    7535 

Papers  required  by  boarding  offlcer  (CZO  45) .    7618 

Time  for  boarding _    7535 

Licensing  of  offlcers  of  vessels  (CZO  43) : 

Appeal  from  action  refusing  license 5405 

Classification  and  licensing  of  masters,  mates,  en- 
gineers, and  pilots ' 5405 

Term,  and  suspension  or  revocation,  of  licenses.     5405 
Vessels  without  rudder-angle  and  engine-revolu- 
tion indicators  subject  to  delay  in  transiting.. 
Records,  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records. 
Sanitation,  health,  and  quarantine: 
Designation  of  Japan  as  country  in  which  foot-and- 
mouth  disease  exists 6956 

Foods  and  beverages  (CZO  42) 582 

Approved  suppliers,  listing  of IIII'II      682 

Definitions _  532 

Military  areas,  inapplicability  to_. 1111111111.11      582 

Violation,  punishment  for 533 

United  States  Naval  Reservation.  Balboa.  Canal  Zon^' 

establishment  (CZO  44) 6914 

Vessels,  inspection  of;  "Supervising  Inspector"  sub^ 

stituted  for  "Marine  Director" 5352 

CANCER  CONTROL  MONTH,  1956  (ProclamaUon 
3127) 

CAREER  COMPENSATION  ACT,  regulations  under" 
respecting  incentive  pay  for  hazardous  duty ;  min- 
imum flight  requirements  for  members  of  Reserve 
components  of  uniformed  services  on  active-duty 
and  Inactive-duty  training  (Executive  Order 
10681)  


769 


1763 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


35 


CENSUS  BUREAU:  Page 

Fees  for  special  services  and  studies.    See  Special 

services  and  studies  by  Bureau. 
Organizations : 
Business,  Foreign  Trade  and  Industry  Divisions; 
transfer  of  certain  processing  operations  to 

Economic  Operations  Division 6720 

Economic  Operations  Division;  establishment  and 

functions 6720 

Hoiislng  Division;  functions 6720 

Legal  functions;  transfer  to  Office  of  General  Coun- 
sel. Commerce  Department 5511 

Population  Division 6720 

Special  services  and  studies  by  Bureau;  fee  structures: 
Age  search  and  citizenship  service,  special  popula- 
tion censuses,  and  family  income  and  rent  sur- 
veys for  local  housing  authorities 1848 

Suspension  of  fee  structure  for  family  income  and 
rent  surveys  for  local  housing  authorities 
pending  revision  of  fees,  and  providing  for 

conduct  of  surveys  on  actual  cost  basis -Q382 

Housing  data  from  1950  census  of  housing 5088 

Surveys : 
Fee  structure.    See  Special  services  and  studies  by 

Bureau. 
Manufacturing    area;    lists   of   annual,    monthly, 

quarterly,  and  semi-annual  surveys 8412. 10433 

Retail  establishments,  annual  survey  of  inventoried, 

sales,  and  accounts  receivable 612,  9587, 10433 

CENTRAL  INTELLIGENCE  AGENCY: 
Foreign  intelligence  activities ;  review  of  performance 
of  functions  by  Presidents  Board  of  Consultants 
•  on    Foreign    Intelligence    Activities    (Executive 

Order   10656) 859 

Telecommunications  Advisory  Board,  representation 

on 2682 

CHILD  HEALTH  DAY,  1956  (Proclamation  3131) 2167 

CHILD  LABOR  REGULATIONS.  See  Labor  Depart- 
ment.   

CHILDREl^'S  FUND.  UNITED  NATIONS.  See  United 
Nations  Children's  Fund. 

cmZENSmP  DAY,  1956  (Proclamation  3141 ) 4305 

CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  ADMINISTRATION: 

Air  navigation: 
Air  trafflc  control.    See  Air  trafflc  control. 
Altitude    minimums,    for    instrument   flight.    See 

Instnmient  flight  rules. 
Civil  airways,  designation  of.     See  Civil  airways. 
Communication^  respecting.    See  Communications. 
Control   areas   and   zones  on   civil  airways.    5ee 

Control  areas,  control  zones,  eto. 
Instnmient  approach  procedures.    See  Instnmient 

flight  rules. 
Reporting  points,  on  civil  airways.    See  Control 

areas,  control  zones,  and  reporting  points. 
Restricted  areas.    .See  Restricted  areas. 
Air  traffic  control: 

High  dei^isity  air  traffic  zone  rxiles.  Washington, 

D.  C,  area;  revocation 7668 

Security  control  of  air  trafflc : 
Designated  air  defense  identification  zones  and 
defense  areas;  domestic  ADIZ's: 

'  Albuquerque  (Domestic)  ADIZ,  elimination 9284 

Northern  (Domestic)  ADIZ 10310 

Operating  rules: 
Authorized  exceptions: 

Altitudes  excepted;  Alaskan  Domestic  ADIZ, 
altitude  of  4000  feet  or  less  above  terrain, 

and  speed  of  140  knots  or  less 678 

Areas  or  routes  excepted;  continental  United 
States: 

Elimination  of  Albuquerque  ADIZ 9284 

International  flights  proceeding  outbound 
from  United  States,  or  domestic  flights 
proceeding  outbound  from  Eastern  or 

Western  Defense  Areas 10310 

Scope;  change  word  "and"  to  "an" 10310 

Aircraft: 
Certlflcates  and  certification.    See  Certificates  and 

certification. 
Materials,  parts,  processes,  and  appliances;  specifi- 
cations.   See  Technical  standard  orders. 
Recordation  of  ownership  of  aircraft.    See  Rec- 
ordation. 


CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  ADMINISTRATION— Con.  Page 

Aircraft — Continued 

Registration  of  aircraft;  certificates.    iSec  Certifi- 
cates and  certification. 
Small  airplanes,  gliders,  engines,  and  propellers, 
certification  of.    See  Certificates  and  certifica- 
tion. 
Airports: 
Airport  operation  agreements;   authority  of  Re- 
gional Administrators  respecting  compliance 2392 

Civil  airports.  Federal,  on  Canton  and  Wake  Is- 
lands; water,  electric  power,  sewerage  and  com- 
munications services  at 7439 

Instnmient  approach  procedures.    See  Instrument 

flight  rules. 
Public  airports.  Federal  aid  to  public  agencies  for 
development  of;  project  costs: 
Eligibility;   cost  of  resealing  bitximinous  pave- 
ments and  joints 5O88 

United  States  share  of  project  costs  other  than 
^         costs  of  installation  of  high  intensity  light- 
ing on  runways  designated  instrument  lan<i- 

ing  runways 8568 

Airworthiness  directives  (specifying  products  of  un- 
sound (jonditlons,  and  conditions,  limitations,  or 
inspections  under  which  product  may  continue 

to  be  operated) -_ 9447 

Altitudes,  instrument.    See  Instrument  flight  rules. 
Approach  procedures,  instrument.    See  Instrument 

flight  rules. 
Authority,  delegations  of: 
From  Administrator  to  Regional  Administrators; 
authority  regarding  compliance  with  airport 

operation   agreements 2392 

Prom  Secretary  of  Commerce  to  Administrator : 
Contracts  for  supplies  and  services  relating  to 
traffic  control,  air  navigation  and  communi- 
cations facilities  of  Federal  Airways  System, 

negotiation  without  advertising : 8090 

Lease  of  space  at  Honolulu,  Hawaii 7159 

Aviation  Safety  Representatives;  types  of  designa- 
tions and  privileges,  pilot  examiners 6046,  7830 

Canton  and  Wake  Islands.  Federal  civil  airports  on; 
water,  electric  power,  sewerage  and  coiniSaunica- 

tions  services  at 7489 

Certlflcates  and  certification: 
Aircraft  registration  certificates: 

Application;  form L 3632,5736 

Duration 3632.  5736 

Notice  of  change  of  address,  ownership,  or  regis- 

tion 3632.  5736 

Certification  procedures,  with  respect  to  aircraft, 
and  air  navigation  certificates;  issuance  of  cer- 
tificates: 
Air  navigation  certificate  and  notice: 
Form  ACA-114.  "Certification  and  Lawful  Au- 
thority to  Operate  a  True  Light" 6573,  9595 

Form  ACA-115,  "Air  Navigation  Facility  Cer- 

tiflcate-.. 6573,  9595 

Aircraft 'registration  certificate,  application  and 

fee 3631.  5735 

Small  airplanes,  gliders,  engines,  and  propellers, 
delegation  option  procedures  for  certification 

of;  revision 5508,8391 

Civil  airways,  designation  of__ 10008, 10021 

Colored  civil  airways  (amber,  blue,  green,  red) 271, 

921,    1557,   2140,   2971,   3494,   3621,   4271,   4918. 
5517,  6368,  8051,  8915,  10025,  10174. 
Introduction;  basis  and  purpose,  terms,  scope,  ete —  10025 

Other  civil  airways -  10040 

VOR  civil  airways: 

Domestic 218.  922,  1463, 

1557,  2140,  2972,  3494,  3621,  3899,  4271,  4919. 
5517,  6368,  7143.  8051.  8185.  8915,  10040.  10174 

Hawaiian -_^ 10057 

Communications,  telephone,  etc. : 

CAA  communications  stations;  acceptance  of  reser- 
vation, messages  pertaining  to  flights  scheduled 

to  depart  within  72  hours 6749 

Canton  and  Wake  Islands,  telephone  communica- 
tions on;  service,  rates  of  payments,  eto 7489 


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CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  ADMINISTRATION— Con. 

Control  areas,  control  zones,  and  reporting  points. 

designation   of 10008,  10021. 10058 

Control  areas: 

Colored  civil  airways  (amber,  blue,  green,  red) 924, 

2975,  3496.  3622.  4271.  4919,  5518,  8053,  8917, 
10070.  10176. 
Extension  of  control  areas 219, 

924,  1559,   2140.    2975,   3496,    3622.   4271,   4919, 

5518,  6370,  7144,  8053.  8186,  8917,  10073.  10175 
VOR  civil  airway  control  areas: 

Domestic 219, 

925,  1559,   2141.   2976.   3496.    3622.   3646,    4920, 

5519,  6370,  7145,  8055,  8918,  10115. 
Hawaiian . 10120 

Control  zones: 

Additional  control  zones ; 219, 

925,   1559,   2141,   2975,   3496.   4271.   4920,   5519, 
6370,  7144.  8054,  8186,  8917,  10092,  10176. 

Five-mile  radius  zones 219, 

925.   2141,  3496,  3622.  4920,   5519,   7144,    10092 

Scope  of  control  zones 40091 

Three-mile  radius  zones. _  6370,  7144,  8054.  8917,  10091 

^      Introduction;  basis  and  purpose,  terms,  ^tc 10069 

Reporting  points: 

Colored  civil  airways  (amber,  blue,  green,  red) 219. 

925,    1559,   2976,   3496,   3622,   4271,   4920,   5519, 
7145,  8054,  8918,  10108,  10176. 

Other  reporting  points 4271,8918,10114,10176 

VOR  civil  airway  reporting  points: 

Domestic 200-, 

925.    1463,    1560,   2141,   2977,   3496,   3622,   4921, 
5519,  6371.  7145,  8055,  8918,  10120,  10176. 

Hawaiian 10123 

Encumbrances  against  aircraft  engines,  parts,  etc.. 

recordation  of.    See  Recordation.' 
Federal  aid  for  development,  etc.,  of  public  airports. 

See  AirjHjrts.  i' 

Federal  Airways  Systems,  negotiation  oj  contracts 

relating  to;  authority  of  Administrator 8075 

Federal  civil  airp)orts.    See  Airports'. 
Hawaii ;  transfer  of  certain  lands  at  Humuula.  North 
Hilo,  Island  of  Hawaii,  set  aside  as  site  for  V.  H. 
F.  Link  Station,  to  jurisdiction  of  Territory  of 

Hawaii  (Executive  Order  10666) * 2801 

Instrument  flight  rules:  

Altitudes;  minimimi  en  route  IFR  altitudes 1321,  2748 

.      Criteria.- 1322,  2748 

Introduction;  basis  and  purpose,  explanation  of 

terms 1321.  2748 

Mountainous  areas: 

Designation  of 1325,  2750 

Operating    procedures    over.     See   Operating 
rules. 
Operating    rules;     operating     procedures    over 
mountainous     area     and    along     particular 

routes  and  intersections 1323,  2750 

Particular  routes  and  intersections 2752,  9245 

General 1325,  2752,  9245 

Intersections,  additional;  proposed  rule  mak- 
ing        1325 

Operating  procedures  along.     See  Operating 

rules.  -^ 

Particular  routes: 
Colored  civil  airways   (amber,  bhie,  green, 

red) 518, 1089. 1^85, 2373, 

2752—2764.   3002.   3720.   3722.   4947.    5691. 
6509.  7210,  8272,  9254—9256,  9282.   10271 
Direct  Routes: 

Alaska . 2767,  4657,  4948.  9258 

United  States 1585,  2764,  4654, 

4948,  6509,  7210,  8273,  9257,  9282,  10271 

VOR  civil  ajrways 519, 

%  1090,  1585,  2374,, 2767— 2786,  3003,  3720,  3722. 

4948.  5691,  6509,  7210,  8273.  9259—9282.  10271 

Hawaii 2786.  4949.  5692,  9281 

Approach  procedures,  instrument,  standard  (in- 
cluding ceiling  and  visibility  minimums  for 
take-off  and  landing  at  particular  airports) : 

Automatic  direction  finding  procedures 13, 

172,  515,  721,  836,  1167,  1489.  1823,  2274,  2653, 
3052,  3077,  3718,  3956.  4244,  5131.  5407,  5520, 
5796,  6952,  6972.  7763,  8187.  8268.  9696.  9701, 
9942,  10268. 
General;  missed  approach  procedure 9016 


CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  ADMINISTRATION— Con.  ^*9* 

Instrument  flight  rules — Continued 

Approach    procedures,    instrument,    standard    (in- 
cluding  ceiling   and   visibility   minimums    for        < 
take-off  and  landing  at  particular  airports) — 
Continued 

Ground  controlled  approach  procedures 457, 

1171.  1266,   1386,   1635,   1830,  2279,  2657.  3063, 
3411,  3678,  4247,  4714,  5524.  6611.  7989.  8273 
See  also  Radar  procedures. 
Instrument  landing  system  procedure  criteria..    9018 

Instnunent  landing  system  procedures 17, 

174,  336.  456.  517.  723.  838.  1169.  1265,  1385, 
1490,  1633,  1826,  2175,  2277,  3058,  3078,  3314. 
3410.  3677,  3719,  3959,  4246.  4712.  5054,  5132, 
5407,  5521,  5776,  5798,  6174,  6540,  6610,  6972, 
7183,  7722,  7765.  7986.  8188.  8271.  8749,  9014. 
9345,  9699,  9703,  9944,  9969,  10270. 

Radar  procedure  determination 9018 

Radar  procedures 8751.  9015,  9347 

See  also  Ground  controlled  approach  proce- 
dures.                                                               / 
Radio  range: 
High  frequency  visual  aural  range  (VAR)  pro- 
cedures     4244 

Low  frequency  range  procedures. 171,  298,  451, 

514.  834.  1166,  1263.  1384.  1488,  1631,  1820,  2171. 
,  2272,  2652,  3049,  3310,  3407,  3674, '3717.  3954. 

4243.  4710,  5050,  5406,  6173,  6224.  6538.  6608. 
6951,  7182.  7720,  7762.  7984.  8186.  8268.  8748. 
9012, 9342.  9694, 9700.  9940.  9967.  10268. 
Low  and  medium  frequency  range,  ADF,  and 

VOR  procedures . 9016 

Very  high  frequency  omnirange  procedures. _  A,  16. 
173.  299.  452.  454,  455.  516.  721.  722.  836,  837. 
1167,  1168.  1264,  1384.  1489,  1632,  1824,  1825. 
2172,  2173,  2174,  2275,  2276,  2324.  2654,  2655. 
2656,  3053.  3054.  3057.  3078.  3311.  3313.  3408, 
3409,  3676,  3719,  3956,  3958..  5051,  5052,  5053, 
5132,  5775,  5797,  6173,  6225,  6539,  6609,  7183. 
7721,  7764,   7985.  8188.  8270.  8749.  9013.  9344. 
9696,  9702,  9942.  9968,  10269.  10270. 
Organization  and  functions: 
Field  offices,  functions  and  locations  of: 
Airport  District  Office,  Columbus.  Ohio;  change 

of  address 6960 

Aviation  Safety  District  Offices;  locations  and  spe- 
cialties   4684 

International  District  and  Field  Offices 4685 

Organization  and  functions 1040,  7027 

Ownership  of  aircraft,  recordation  of.    See  Recorda- 
tion. 
Procedures  of  Civil  Aeronautics  Administration;  cer- 
tification procedures.   See  Certificates  And  certifi- 
cation. 
Public  airports.    See  Airports. 

Recordation,   of  ownership   of  aircraft,  of  encum- 
biunces  against  engines,  etc.: 
Aircraft  ownership;  eligibility  of  conveyances  for 

recordation : 3632,  5736 

Encumbrances  ~kgainst  aircraft  engines,  propellers, 
appliances  or  spare  parts: 
Engines,  propellers,  appliances,  or  spare  parts; 
eligibility  of  conveyances,  deletion  of  refer- 
ence     9642 

Specifically  identified  engines;  eligibility  of  con- 
veyances, deletion  of  reference ._    9642 

Procedures  for  recordation,  revocation 3621 

Records,  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records. 
Registration  of  aircraft;  certificates.    See  Certificates 
and  certification. 
.  Restricted  areas  over  Army,  Navy  and  Air  Force  in- 
stallations in  various  States,  AJ^ka,  and  Hawaii, 
designation  of;  alterations: 

Alabama 1819 

Alaska 2612,.  10177 

Arizona 3496,  5260 

Arkansas ^ 1439 

California 419,  2125.  8144 

Delaware 2977 

Florida 419,  1819,  2978,  3873 

Georgia 926.  1819 

HawaU 2719.  10176 

Idaho 1932.  4921 


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CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  ADMINISTRATION— Con.  P<^« 

Restricted  areas  over  Army.  Navy  and  Air  Force  in- 
stallations in  Various  States,  Alaska,  and  Hawaii, 
designation  of;  alterations — Continued 

lUinois 5221,  8144 

Indiana - 2373 

Kentucky l 3309 

Maryland 5260.  9104 

Massachusetts . 860.  2977,  2978 

Michigan 1819,  2373,  3497,  3673,  4921.  4947.  5619,  5690 

Miimesota 5619, 10177 

Missouri 2373 

Montana   . 4921 

New  Hampshire 1— , 2978 

New  Jersey... .-  860.2977,3673 

New   Mexico ^^_ . 2373,  3497,  9104 

New  York 860,2125 

North   Carolina... 2977,  2978.  3673,  5049.  6508 

North  Dakota 5619 

Rhode  Island . 2978 

South   Carolina 2978,  3309 

South  Dakota . 6058 

Tennessee   1819 

Texas 1439,  2978 

Utah   1- 4921,8144 

Virginia ^ 2141,2978,8144 

Washington 4921 

West  Virginia 5618 

Wisconsin   - 1819,  2373,  3673 

Wyoming 3947,4921 

Security  control  of  air  traffic.     See  Air  traffic  control. 
Technical   standard   orders,   for   aircraft  materials, 
parts,  processes,  and  appliances: 
General  provisions;  method  of  conformance,  mark- 
ing, deviations,  etc 6508 

Minimum  performance  standards 6508 

Airborne  radio  receiving  and  direction  finding 
equipment  operating  within  radio-frequency 
range  of  200-415  kc  (for  air  carrier  air- 
craft)— TSO-C41;  proposed  rule  making —     7993 

Aircraft  position  lights,  proposed  rule  making 9779 

Aircraft  seats   and   berths — ^TSO-C39;    proposed 

rule  making 7738 

Aircraft  seats  and  berths  (Type  I  transport,  6g 
forward    load) — TSO-C25a;    proposed    rule 

making 7738 

Propeller  feathering  hose  assemblies,  proposed 

■  *  rule  making , 9431 

Radio  marker  receiving  equipment  operating  on 
75  mc  (for  air  carrier  aircraft) — TSO-C35a; 

proposed  rule  making 7739 

Safety  belts— TSO-C22c 7720 

VOR  radio  receiving  equipment  operating  in 
radio-frequency  range  of  108 — 118  mc  (for 
air    carrier    aircraft) — TSO-C40;    proposed 

rule  making 7993 

Wake  and  Canton  Islands.  Federal  civil  airports  on; 
water,  electric  power,  sewerage,  and  communica- 
tions services  at 7489 

Washington.  D.  C.  area;  high  density  air  traffic  zone 

rules,  revocation 7668 

Washington  National  Airport;  airport  rules,  aerial 
and  ground  demonstrations  prohibited,  except  on 
approval  of  Airport  Directors 10008 

CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD: 
Accidents,  aircraft,  and  overdue  aircraft: 
Investigation  of  accidents  occurring  at  or  near  cer- 
tain cities,  etc.: 

Chicago,  111..  Midway  Airport 1609 

Cold  Bay,  Alaska 9075 

Grand  Canyon,  Ariz 5466 

Jacksonville.  Fla 325 

Medicine  Bow  Peak,  Wyo 9999 

Owensboro,  Ky 1546 

Pittsburgh,  Pa 2796 

Seattle.  Wash 273,2854 

Near  mid-air  collisions  ("near-miss")  information. 

voluntary  reporting  of.    See  Reports. 
Notification  and  reporting  to  Civil  Aeronautics  Ad- 
ministration, of  accidents  involving  small  fixed- 
wing  aircraft;  form  of  report ;.    2323 

Air  agencies;  certificates  and  ratings.  See  Certifi- 
cates and  ratings. 


CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD— Continued  P>e« 

Air  carriers: 

Accidents;  investigation  of,  reporting  of,  etc.     See 

Accidents. 
Accounts,  records,  reports,  tariffs,  etc.    See  Eco- 
nomic regulations. 
Classification  asid  exemption  of  certain  air  carriers. 

See  Economic  regulations. 
Flight  schedules  of.    See  Economic  regulations. 
Foreign.    See  Foreign  air  carriers. 
Irregular.    See  Irregular  air  carrier  and  off-route 

rules. 
Operation  rules.     See  Operation  rules. 
Scheduled.     See  Scheduled  air  carriers. 
Air  freight  forwarders.    See  Economic  regulations. 
Air  traffic  rules: 

Collisions,  near  mid-air  ("near-miss"),  of  aircraft; 

reporting  of.    See  Reports. 
Definitions;    noncontroUed    instrument    approach 

zone,  proposed  rule  making 2663,  3658 

General  flight  rules  (GFR) : 
Speed  control  and  communication  rules  for  cer- 
tain  high   density   airports;    proposed   rule 

making 6302,  9780,  9997 

Traffic    pattern    for    Teterboro  -  Airport,    New 

Jersey  ._ 6087 

Instrument  flight  rules  (IFR) : 

Cruising  altitudes,  proposed  rule  making 3905 

Radio  communications,  proposed  rule  making 2663. 

3658 
Reports;   voluntary  pilot  report  of  near  mtd-air- 

("near-miss")  collisions  (SR-416) 1317 

Visual  flight  rules  (VFR) :  •      *         C 

Ceiling  and  distance  from  clouds: 

Elsewhere  than  within  control  zones;  proposed 

rule  making 2663,  3658 

Within  control  zones,  proposed  rule  making 1749. 

9780.9997 
Within    noncontroUed-    instrument    approach  - 

zones,  proposed  rule  making .__  2663,  3658 

Cruising  altitudes,  proposed  rule  making. 3905 

Visibility: 
Flight  visibility: 
Elsewhere  than  within  control  zones;  pro- 
posed rule  making 1749,2663,3658 

Within  control  areas,  proposed  rule  mak- 
ing   2663,3658 

Within  control  zones,  proposed  rule  making-.    1749, 

9780, 9997 
Within  noncontroUed  instrument  approach 

zones,  proposed  rule  making 2663,  3658 

.  Ground  visibility  within  control  zones,  proposed 

rule  making... 1749,9780,9997 

Aircraft    and    equipment,    airworthiness.    See   Air- 
,        worthiness. 
Airmen : 
Certificates  and  ratings.    See  Cert.ificates  and  rat- 
ings. 
On  various  types  of  air  carriers.    See  Irregular  air 
carriers;  and  Scheduled  air  carriers. 
Airplane  airworthiness.    See  Airworthiness. 
Airports;  air  traffic  rules.    See  Air  traffic  rules. 
Airworthiness ;  reqtiirements  for  various  types  of  air-  • 
craft  or  equipment:  , 

Aircraft  equipment : 

Engine 4305 

Annual  review  and  amendments  proposed 9217 

Applicability . 4307 

Certification 4307 

Definitions 4307 

Identification  plate,  and  instruction  manual —    4308 
Reciprocating  engines: 

Block  tests 4309 

Design  and  construction 4308 

Turbine  engines: 

Block  tests . — 4310 

Design  and  construction ^/^ 4310 

Propeller. -   10204 

Airworthiness : 

Design  and  construction _.  5220. 10205 

Tests : 5220;  10205 

Applicability -• 10204 

Certification _• 5219, 10204 

Definitions 5218, 10204 

Identification,  and  instruction  manual 10205 


38 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD— Continued 

Airworthiness:  requirements  for  various  types  of  air- 
craft or  equipment — Continued 
Aircraft  equipment — Continued 

Radio;  annual  review  and  amendments  pro- 
posed   

Aircraft  other  than  {lirplanes.  See  Glider  airworth- 
iness; and  Rotorcraft  airworthiness. 
Airplane : 
Acrobatic  categories.     See  Normal,  utility,  and 

acrobatic  categories. 
Airworthiness     directives      (issued      1939-1950), 

which  remain  in  effect;  redesignation.' 

Annual  review  and  amendments  proposed 

Normal,  utility,  and  acrobatic  categories 

Airplane   categories - 

Annual  review  and  amendments  proposed — 

Applicability _ 

Certification 

Definitions 

Design  and  construction ^ ^ 

3002.  3355. 

Equipment 989,  1088,3002. 

Lights;  position  and  anti-collision  light  re- 
quirements and  facilitation  of  experi- 
ments  with   exterior  lighting   systems,   ' 

proposed  rule  making 

Plight    requirements 

Identification  data 

Operating  limitations  and  information 989. 

F»ower-plant  installations;  reciprocating  en- 
gines  __..-.  989, 

Strength   requirements 988, 

Restricted  category:  military  aircraft  models 
not  previously  type  certificated  in  any  cate- 
gory  

Transport  categories: 

Annual  review  and  amendments  proposed 

C-46-«ia2laDes  in  passenger  operations,  appli- 
cation^ transport  category  performance 
to: 

Effectiv^date  for  recertiflcatlon  (SR-406C)- 
Extenfiibn  of  time  in  which  to  meet  require- 
ments (SR-406B) 

.     Certification,  type,  of  aircraft  with  turbo-prop 
replacement;  proposed  rule  making..^. — 
Design  and  construction: 

Control    systems 

Emergency  provisions;  emergency  evacua- 
tion, proposed  rule  making: 

Ditching  emergency  exits 

Emergency  exit  access 

Emergency  exit  arrangement;  for  all  land 

.  plane  emergency  exits,  substitution  of 

'  "other  than   exits  located  over  the 

wings"   

Flight  crew  emergency  exits 

Passenger  emergency  exits: 

Number  required 

Type  and  location 

Width  of  main  aisle 

Fire   protection 

Approved  hand  fire  extinguishei-s 

Hand  fire  extinguishers  for  cabin  interiors. 
General      provisions;      material      strength 

properties  and  design  values 

Landing  gear 

Brakes   

Antiskid  devices  ^and  installations 

Retracting  mechanism;  landing  gear  posi- 
tion indicator  switches 

Tests 

Tires 993, 

Personnel  accommodations;    seats,   berths, 

and  safety  belts 

Equipment : 
Instruments: 
Flight  and  navigational;  automatic  pilot 
systems,    procedures    for    testing    re- 
liability and  information  relative  to 

installation ^ 

Powerplant  instruments - 

Lights: 
Anti-collision -.;. 


Page 


9217 


9447 
9217 
3339 
3343 
9217 
3341 
3342 
3341 
988. 
5188 
3366 


3388 
3344 
3371 
3369 

3360 
3348 


9010 
9217 

4917 

2139 

9436 

992 


7688 
7688 


76^8 
7688 

7688 
7688 
7688 
993 
5735 
5735 

992 

993 

993 

2558 

2747 
9921 
1088 

993 


2124 
994 

994 


CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD— Continued  ^^^ 

Airworthiness ;  requirements  for  various  types  of  air- 
craft or  equipment — Continued 
Airplane — Continued 
Transport  categories — Continued 
Equipment — Continued 
Lights — Continued 

Position  and  anti-collision  light  require- 
ments and  facilitetion  of  experiments 
with  exterior  lighting  systems,  pro- 
posed rule  making 3388 

Safety  criteria  for  electric  utilization  system-    2747 

Safety  equipment;  safety  belts 994 

Flight: 

Empty  weight;  editorial  changes 990 

Ground  handlijis  characteristics: 
Directional  stability  and  control  with  anti- 
skid device  installed 2558 

Longitudinal   stability    and   control   with 

antiskid  device  Installed 2558 

Perfonnance: 
Accelerate-stop  distance  with  antiskid  de- 
vice installed —    2558 

Engine  power  calibration,  etc 8417 

■  Landing  distance,  determination  of,  with 

antiskid  device  installed. 2558 

Landplanes ;  procedure  in  determination  of 
landing  distance  with  antiskid  device 

installed    __ -    2558 

Stalling  speeds 990 

Tiurbine-powered  transport  category  air- 
planes of  current  design,  proposed  rule 

making 6091,  7654,  10413 

Stalling  characteristics;  stalling,  symmetri- 
cal  power -      990 

Operating  limitations  and  information: 
Airplane  flight  manual,  proposed  rule  mak- 
ing.  _— 6091,  7654 

Markings  and  placards,  miscellaneous 994 

I         Operating  limitations: 

Never-exceed  speed  Vse 994 

Powerplant  limitations 994 

Powerplant  Installation: 
Cooling    system;    cooling    tests,    correction 
factor  for  cylinder  head,  oil  inlet,  and 

carburetor  air  temperatures 994 

Fuel  system: 
Components;  fuel  pumps,  installation,  and 

fuel  strainer W3 

Construction  and  installation: 

Fuel  tank  sump 993 

Fuel  tank  tests -      993 

General 993 

Operation  and  arrangement: 

Fuel  flow  rate -      993 

Piunp  system,  for  turbine  engines 993 

Structure : 

Fatigue  evaluation 992 

Flight  loads: 

,  Effect  of  high  lift  devices.^ —      991 

Flight  envelopes;  gust  load  factors 990 

General : 

Design  air  speeds 990 

Design  fuel  loads 990 

Supplementary  flight  conditions;  gyro- 
scopic  loads . 991 

Symmetrical  flight  conditions 991 

Yawing  conditions,  lateral  gusts 991, 1088 

General,  proof  of  structure 990 

Ground  loads: 

General,  editorial  change 991 

Ground     handling    conditions,     reversed 

breaking 992 

Level  landing  conditions 991 

Rebound  landing  conditions ; 991 

Tail-down  landing  conditions 991 

Glider   airworthiness -     1088 

Applicability — 1088 

Certification -    1088 

Definitions 1088 

Rotorcraft  airworthiness: 

Normal  category 10291 

Annual  review  and  amendments  proposed 9217 

'ApplicabUity 3741, 10292 

Certification 10293 

Change  in  designation  of  part  heading .    3740 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD— Continued  P»g« 

Airworthiness;  requirements  for  various  types  of  air- 
craft or  equipment — Continued 
Rotocraf  t  airworthiness — Continued 
Normal  category — Continued 

Definitions >.''3741, 10292 

Design  and  construction ; 3742, 10299 

Equipment 2585,  3742, 10305 

Lights;  position  and  anti-collision  light  re- 
quirements and  facilitation  of  experi- 
ments with  exterior   lighting  systems, 

proposed  rule  making 3388 

Flight . . 3741,  10294 

Operating  limitations  and  information 3742, 

3953,  10308 

Powerplant  Installation 3742, 10302 

Structure i 3741, 10296 

Transport  categories^ 3743 

Applicability 3745 

Categories  of  rotorcraft 3748 

CerUficatlon ' : 3746 

Deflnitions 3745 

Design  and  construction 3754 

Equipment 3769 

Lights;  position  and  anti -collision  light  re- 
quirements and   facilitation  of   experi-        , 
ments    with    exterior   lighting    systems, 

proposed  rulemaking 3388 

Flight . 3748 

Operating  limitations  and  information.- 3773 

Powerplant  installation 3759 

Structure 375l 

Airworthiness   directives    (issued    1939-1950)    which 

remain  in  effect,  redesignation 9447 

Alaska,   transportation   of   explosives;    authority   of 

Administrator 3776 

Canada: 
Air  transportation  across  international  border  be- 
tween United  States  and  Canada.    See  Eco- 
n(Hnic  regulations :  foreign  air  carriers. 
Mechanical  work  performed  on  United  States  reg- 
istered aircraft  by  mechanics  in.     See  Mainte- 
nance, repair,  and  alteration  of  airframes,  etc. 
Certificates  and  ratings: 
Air  agencies  (schools,  etc.) : 

Ground  instructor  rating:             ', 
Airman  identiflcation  card,  revocation  of  re- 
quirement respecting 9011 

Clariflcation  of  age  requirement  for  issuance 

of  rating  and  certificate 10372 

Repair  station  (domestic)   certificates: 
Certificate  requirements,  personnel: 
Annual  Inspection;  substitution  of  one-hun- 
dred-hour, periodic,  and  progressive  in- 
spections for 2588 

Special    requirements    for    airframe    repair 

stations,   deletion 3184 

Operating  rules;  privileges  of  certificate: 
Annual  inspection;  substitution  of  one-hun- 
dred-hour, periodic,  and  progressive  in- 
spections      2588 

Annual  inspections  and  other  flight  authori- 
zations, deletion 3184 

Airmen : 

Airline  transport  pilot  rating * 8099 

Competency   certificates 7371,8101 

Definitions 8100 

Examinations  and  tests..- '_ 7371,  8102 

Helicopter,  proposed  rule  making - 630 

Minimum  requirements 630,  7370,  8100,  10369 

Aeronautical     experience,     proposed     rule 

making 4259 

Pilot  regulations 7371,8102 

Air-traflBc  control-tower  operator  certificates: 
Airman  identification  card,  revocation  of  re- 
quirement respecting 9010 

Clariflcation  of  age  requirements  for  issuance 

of  certiflcates 10371 

Commercial  pilot  rating.    See  Pilot  certiflcates. 

Dispatchei^  aircraft,  certiflcates 10473 

Certificate 10474 

Examinations  and  tests 2125,9011,104,75 

Requirements     (age,     character,     citizenship, 

•  etc.) 10371,10473 


39 

Page 


CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD— continued 

Certificates  and  ratings — Continued 
Airmen — Continued 

Engineer,  flight,  certificates; 
Airman  identification  card,  revocation  of  re- 
quirement respecting 9011 

Clarification  of  age  requirement  for  issuance 

of  certificate 10372 

Rule  making  proceedings,  notice  of 1453 

Instructor,    flight,    certificates.    See    Pilot    and 

flight  instructor  certiflcates. 
Lighter-than-air  pilot  certiflcates: 

Airman  identification  card,  revocation  of  re- 
quirement respecting i.__     9010 

ClariJBcation  of  age  requirements  for  issuance 

of  certificates 10370 

Mechanic  and  repairman  certificates 4864 

Applicability. . 4865 

Definitions . 4865 

Mechanic  certificates 4866 

Certi*cation  rules ;_ 3775,4866 

General  certificate  requirements 4866,10370 

Mechanical  knowledge,  experience,  and  skill 

requirements 4866 

Operating  rules 4867 

Privileges  and  limitations 2586,3182,4866 

Repairman   certificates 4867 

Certification    rules 4867,9010 

Experience  and  skill  requirements 4867 

General  certificate  requirements 4867, 10370 

Operating  rules 1 4867 

Privileges  and  limitations.. 4867 

Medical  certificates,  proi>osed  rule  making 1326 

Navigator,  flight,  certiflcates i 6696 

Applicability. 6696 

Certification  rules. 6996,  9244 

Definitions 6696 

General  certificate  requirements 6996,9244,  10371 

Operating  rules :_ ^.     6697 

Qualifications  for  certificate 6696, 9244 

Parachute  rigger  certificates: 

Airman  identification  card,  revocation  of  re- 
quirement respecting 9010 

Clarification  of  age  requirement  for  issuance  of 

rating  and  certificate 1..  10370 

Physical  standards  for  airmen,  flrst.  second,  and 

third  class;  proposed  rule  making 1326 

Pilot  certiflcates : 
See  also  Airline  transport  pilot  rating;   and 

Pilot  and  flight  instructor  certiflcates. 
Certification  iniles: 
Application : 

For  pilot  certificate  with  lower  rating .^      889 

To  change  name  on  pilot  certificate 889 

To  replace  lost  or  destroyed  pilot  or  medi- 
cal certificate 889 

Duration: 

Cancellatipn  of  pilot  certiflcates 890 

Voluntary     surrender    of    certificate     or 

rating 890 

Commercial  pilot  rating ;  waiver  for  commercial 
pilot  applicants  who  fail  to  meet  physical 

standards 889 

ExaminaticMis  and  tests: 
General: 

Period  of  acceptance  for  reports  of  success- 
ful completion  of  examinations  and 
tests;  date  extended  to  May  31,  1956 

for  commercial  pilot  certificates 890 

Replacement  of  written  examination  re- 
port        890 

Physical  examination;  physical  prerequisites 

for  fiight  tests 890 

Flight  instructor  rating;  additional  flight  in- 
structor privileges 889 

Instrument  ratings:  / 

Demonstration  of  skill 7719 

Prerequisites  for  taking  instrument  written 

5        examination 889,4808 

Private  pilot  rating : 

Education;  language  limitation 7719 

Physical  standards,  waiver  for  private  pilot 

applicants  who  fail  to  meet 889 

Student  pilot  certificate:  education,  language 

limitation 7719 


I 


40 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


PAge 


CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD — Continued 

Certificates  and  ratings — Continued 
Airmen — Continued 

Pilot  and  flight  instructor  certificates 6501 

Aircraft  and  instrument  ratings 6507 

Applicability  and  definitions 6503 

General  provisions;  duration  of  certiflcate.  citi- 
zenship, etc 6503 

Instructor,  flight,  certificates ,— -  6507,  6638 

Pilot  certificates: 
Airplane  rating  (student,  private,  commer- 
cial)   6504.  10369 

Glider    rating    (student,    private,    commer- 
cial)   6506.  10369 

Rotorcraft  rating  (student,  private,  commer- 
cial)   6505.  10369 

Special   issuance    (for   graduates   of   flying 
schools,    military    competence,    foreign 

pilot  certificates) --    6507 

Radio  operator,  flight,  certificates 8849 

Applicability ____*___ 8849 

Certification  rules____ ,. 8849 

Definitions ^ 8849 

General  certificate  requirements 8849, 10371 

Operating  rules 8850 

Qualifications  for  certificate 8850 

Certification,  identification,  and  marking  of  aircraft 
and  related  products: 

Certificates:  ^ 

Airworthiness 2585,  3180.  8806 

Production  certificates —- —     8800 

Supplemental  type  certificates 8800 

Type  certiflcates « —    8797 

Identification,  arircraft  and  product 8805 

Marks,  aircraft  nationality  and  registration 8810 

Use  of  large  markings  on  fuselage  or  vertical  tail 
surfaces  of  fixed-wing  aircraft  to  permit  easy 
military  interceptor  identification  in  re- 
stricted areas,  extension  of  time  in  which  to 

meet  requirements  (SR-412A) —  3387.5774 

Replacement  and  modification  parts 8805 

Fabrication    inspection    system,    proposed    rule 

making 8820 

Certification  and  approval  of  imported  aircraft  and 
related  products: 
Certification,  type,  of  aircraft  with  turbo-prop  re- 
placements; proposed  rule  making 9436 

Flight    performance,     for    turbine-powered     and 
transport  category  airplanes  of  current  design ; 

proposed  rule  making 6091.  7654.  10413 

Charter   trips   and   special   services.    See   Economic 

regulations;  and  Irregular  air  carrier. 
Commercial    operator    certification    and    operation 
rules : 
Emergency    evacuation    provisions    for    transport 

category  airplanes,  proposed  rule  making '7688 

Lights,    experimentation    projects    with    exterior 

lighting  systems;  proposed  rule  making 3388 

Economic  proceedings.    See  Procedural  regulations. 
Economic  regulations,  for  air  carriers: 
Accounts,  uniform  system  of,  for  certificated  air 
'     carriers: 
Amendments  to  presently  effective  part;  proposed 

rule  making,  notice  of  withdrawal  of 6418 

Balance  sheet  accounts: 

Current  assets 3189,  6418 

Operating  property  and  equipment.  3190.  3698,  6418 
Operating  reserves: 
Reserve   for   aircraft   overhaul,    proposed 

deletion 3190.  6418 

Reserve    for    engine    overhaul,    proposed 

deletion— _ ai90,  6418 

Valuation  reserve 3190.  3194,  3195,  6418 

General  instructions;  depreciation  and  amorti- 
zation  --,- 3188.  3194.  3878.  6418 

Operating  expense  accounts;  objective  account 

classification __  3192,  3194.  3698.  6418 

Reporting  procedures 3192,  6418 

Prescription   of   depreciation   accounting    prac- 
tices, notice  of  hearing 6303,6889 

Revision  (to  become  effective  Jan,  1,  1957) .    4435 

Proposed  amendments: 

General  reporting  provisions: 
Introduction  to  system  of  reports: 

Conversion  to  system 6519 

Separate  entities 6519 


CIVIL  AERONAL(TICS  BOARD— Continued 

Economic  regulations,  for  air  carriers — Continued 
Accounts,  uniform  system  of,  for  certificated  air 
carriers — Continued 
Revision  (to  become  effective  Jan.  1.  1957) — Con. 
Proposed  amendments — Continued 
General  reporting  provisions — Continued 

National  defense  elements 

Profit  and  loss  classification ;  objective  classi- 
fication, operating  revenues: 

Charter  and  special 

Other  incidental  revenues — , 

Other  operating  revenues 

Canada;  air  transF>ortation  across  international 
border  between  United  States  and  Canada.  See 
Foreign  air  carriers. 
Charter  trips  and  special  services;  temporary  au- 
thorization for  national  defense  transporta- 
tion, extension  of 

Classification  and  exemption  of  certain  air  carriers : 
Air  freight  forwarders.    See  Indirect  air  carriers. 

Cargo  carriers,  noncertiflcated ;  revocation 

Cooperative  shippers  associations.    See  Indirect 

air  carriers. 
Indirect  atr  carriers  (interstate  air  transportation 

of  property  only) 

'  Flight  schedules  of  certificated  air  carriers;  realis- 
tic scheduling  and  on-time  performance  re- 
quired, supplemental  notice  of  proposed  rule 

making 3024, 

Foreign  air  carriers;  applications  for  permits  to 
engage  in  air  transportation  across  interna- 
tional border  between  United  States  and 
Canada: 

Formal  requirements 

Incorporation  by  reference 

Mall,  transportation  of;  free  travel  for  postal  em- 
ployees  ' 

Preservation  of  air  cari-ier  accounts,  records  and 

memoranda 

Reports,  of  air  carriers: 
Audit  and  reconciliation  reports,  submission  of-_ 
Financial  and  statistical  reports,  etc.,  of  various 
air  carriers: 
Air  freight  forwarders,  international  air  freight 
forwarders  and  cooperative  shippers  asso- 
ciations; proposed  rule  making 

Supplemental  air  carriers,  and  large  irregular 

air  carriers 

Tariffs  of  air  carriers: 

Access  to  aircraft  for  safety  purposes,  free  trans- 
portation for  certain  CAA  employees 

Free  and  reduced-rate  transportation,  tariffs  re- 
specting : 
Furnishing  of  reduced-rate  transportation,  to 
furloughed  military  personnel  traveling  at 
their  own  expense  in  overseas  or  foreign 

air  transportation — 

Passes  Issued,  records  of,  and  processing  of  ap- 
plications   

Trade  agreements,  with  certain  certificated  air- 
lines; exchange  of  air  transportation  for  ad- 
vertising goods  or  services —  102, 

Equipment,  aircraft: 
Airworthiness  requirements.    See  Airworthiness. 
Maintenance,  repair,  and  alteration.    See  Mainte- 
nance, repair,  and  alteration. 
Explosives  and  other  dangerous  articles,  transporta- 
tion of: 
Alaska,  transportation  of  Class  A  explosives;  au- 
thority of  Administrator  to  permit  certain  op- 
erators to  deviate  from  regulations  respecting 

(SR-417) - - 

Emei-gency  situations  or  situations  where  other 
forms  of  transportation  are  Impracticable — - 

Revision,  proposed  rule  making 

Flight  schedules  of  certificated  air  carriers.    See  Eco- 
nomic regulations. 
Foreign  air  carriers: 
See  also  Ek:onomic  regulations. 
Navigation  of  foreign  civil  aircraft  wifhln  United 
States,  rules  generally  'applicable  to: 
Airworthiness  and  registration  certiflcates.  pro- 
posed rule  making 

Maximum  weights  and  categories  of  use,  proposed 
rule  making 


Page 


6519 


6518 
6518 
6518 


9395 
5965 

2511 

6303 


6223- 
6223 

8422 

10475 

9103 


7774 
6564 

8421 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


41 


264 
5689 

10372 


3776 

9103 
6574 


2952 
2952 


CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD— Continued  ^^se 

Foreign  air  carriers — Continued 

Operations  within  United  States,  regulations  re- 
specting;    aircraft    airworthiness    certiflcate 
from  country  of  origin,  proposed  rule  making —    2952 
Free  and  reduced-rate  transportation.    See  Economic 

regulations. 
Glider  airworthiness.    See  Airworthiness. , 
Hearings,  investigations,  etc. : 

Accidents  investigation  of.   See  Accidents. 
'     Companies  and  cases,  list  of,  see  list  at  end  of  this 

agency. 
Helicopter: 
Airline   transport  pilot  rating    (helicopter) . .  See 

Certificates  and  ratings. 
Airworthiness    requirements.    See    Airworthiness: 

rotorcraft. 
Certification  and  operation  rules.    See  Scheduled 
air  carriers. 
Identification  and  marking  of  aircraft  and  related 
products.    See  Certiflcatlon,  identification,  etc. 
Imported  aircraft  and  related  products,  certification 
and  approval  of.     See  Certification  and  approval  ; 
of  Imported  aircraft  and  products. 
Irregular  air  carrier  and  off-route  rules: 
Aircraft:  > 

Collisions,  near  mid-air  ("near-miss"),  of  air-    , 

craft;  reporting  of.    See  Reports. 
Maxlmimi  weight  with  altitude,  variation  of;  pro- 
posed rule  making 1867 

C-46  airplanes  in  passenger  opevations.  application 
of   transport   category   performance   require-   . 
ments  to :  • 

Effective  date  for  recertiflcation  (SR-406C) 4917 

Extension  of  time  in  which  to  meet  requirements 

(SRn-406B)  i - 2139 

Certiflcate  rules;  certiflcate  issuafice,  application 

for  worldwide  area  of  operation 2586 

Certification,  type,  of  aircraft  with  turbo-prop  re- 
placements; proposed  rule  making 9436 

Charter  flights  or  other  special  services  conducted 

by  scheduled  air  carriers;  area  of  operation. _     1697 
Emergency    evacuation    provisions    for    transport 

category  airplanes,  proposed  rule  making 7688 

Equipment: 

Airspeed  limitations  and  related  information 4312 

Basic  required  instruments  and  equipment  for 
aircraft;  warning  hghts  for  reversible  pro- 
pellers  P- 4312 

Emergency  flotation  equipment,   proposed  rule 

making 7957 

Lights;   experimentation  projects  with  exterior 

lighting  systems,  proposed  rule  making 3388 

Supplemental  oxygen  for  crew  members 5437 

Flares,  landing,  requirements;  proposed  rule  mak- 
ing  10255 

Flight  crew  requirements: 
-    Plight  time  limitations  for  pilots  on  large  air- 
craft; scheduled  type  operations 4312 

Recent  flight  experience  for  flight  crew  members : 

Engineer,  flight;  qualifications  for  duty 678,2373 

Persons  authorized  to  conduct  equipment  and 

Instrument  checks 450 

Pilots;  use  of  aircraft  simulators  in  training 
program  and  proflclency  checks,  proposed 

rule  making 4294 

Flight  operation  rules: 

Navigational  aids  for  IFR  flight,  off-airway  in- 
strument; deletion  of  certain  provisions 4312 

Pilot  resp>onsibilities;   admission  to  flight  deck, 

proposed  rule  making 6573 

Maintenance  requirements;  Inspection  and  main- 
tenance, small  aircraft 2587,  3183 

Operating  limitations  for  large  passenger  carrying 
airplanes : 
En  route  limitations  on  multi-engine  aircraft 
with   maximum   allowable   take-off   weight 

below  12.500  pounds 1 6071,  8420 

Operating  limitations  for  aircraft  not  certificated 
in  transport  category,   conversion  of   per-  . 
formance  data  limitations  from  miles  per 

hour  to  knots 2232 

Performance  limitations  for  turbine-powered 
transport  category  airplanes  of  current  de- 
sign; proposed  rule  making 6091,  7654,  10413 

80000—57 6 


CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD— ConKnued  Pas« 

Irregular  air  carrier  and  off-route  rules — Continued 
Passenger    service,    transport   category    airplanes 
engaged  in;  pwwerplant  fire  protection,  nacelle 

skin  areas,  proposed  rule  making 4832 

Reports;   voluntary  pilot  report  of  near  mid -air 

("near-miss")   collisions  (SR-416) 1317 

Supplemental  air  carrier  certification  and  opera- 
tion rules  (SR-415) 102 

Mall: 
Informal  mail  rate  conference  procedure.    See  Pro- 
cedural regulations. 
Transportation  of.    See  Economic  regulations. 
Maintenance,   repair,   and   alteration   of   airframes, 
powerplants,  propellers  and  appliances,  for  air- 
craft for  which  airworthiness  certiAcates  have 

been  issued 4862 

Aircraft  operating  limitations 4864 

Applicability ^ . 3905,  4862 

Definitions--. 2585,  4862 

Performance  rules;  standards  of  performance 2586. 

3181,  4864 
Persons  authorized  to  perform  or  approve  main- 
tenance, repairs,  and  alterations-  2585^  3180,  3905.  4863 
Mechanical  work   performed  on  United   States 
registered  aircraft  by  certain  mechanics  in 
Canada;  extension  of  provisions  (SR-377A)__  6888. 

8355 

Records ^^ ^._ 2586,  3181,  4864 

Military  personnel,  furloughed;  furnishing  reduced- 
rate  transportation  to : 264 

National  defense  transportation,  temporary  authori- 
zation for;  extension  of : 9^5 

Operation  rules,  for  various  types  of  aircraft: 

See  also  Commercial  operators;  F\)reign  air  car-       \  ' 
riers;  Irregular  air  carriers;  and  Scheduled  air 
carriers.  » 

General  operation  rules:  ' 
Aircraft: 

Collisions,  near  mid-air  ("near-miss") ,  of  air- 
craft; reporting  of.    See  Reports. 
Maximum  weight  with  altitude,  variation  of; 

proposed  rule  making ■ , 1867 

Aircraft  requirements,  proposed  rule  making 2952 

Definitions;  aircraft,  maintenance,  operate,  one- 
hundred-hour,  periodic,  and  progressive  in- 
spections, and  time  in  service 2588 

Flares,    landing,    requirements;    proposed    rule 

making - 1025^ 

Instruments  and  equijJment;  lights,  experimenta- 
tion projectsSvith  exterior  lighting  systems, 

proposed  rule  making 3388 

Maintenance : 

General 2587,  3183 

Inspections;   periodic  and  one-hundred-hour. 

and  progressive 2587.  3183 

Records;  aircraft  and  engines 2588,  3183 

Pilots : 
General  piloting  rules;  medical  certificate,  pro- 
posed rule  making 1326 

Private  and  commercial  pilot  privileges  and 
limitations;  proposed  rule  making: 

Instrument  fiight  limitations 1749,  3658' 

Recent  flight  experience;  Instrument  flight, 
addition  of  "or  in  weather  conditions 
below  the  minimum  prescriljed  for  flight 

under  VFR-; ., — -  1749,  3658 

Voluntary  report  of  near  mid-air  ("near-miss") 
collisions  of  aircraft.    See  Reports. 
Reports;  voluntary  pilot  report  of  near  mid-air 

("near-miss")    collisions   (SR-416) 1317 

Organization,  statement  of;  central  and  field  organi- 
zation      3841 

Practice,  rules  of.    See  Procedural  regulations. 
Procedural  regulations;  rules  of  practice  in  economic 
proceedings,  informal  mail  rate  conference  pro- 
cedure   -    2041 

Ratings.     See  Certificates  and  ratings.  ^ 

Records.  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records. 
Repair,   and   alteration   of   airframes,   powerplants, 
propellers,   and  appliances.     See  Maintenance, 
repair,  etc. 
Reports: 
Collisions,  near  mid-air  ("near-miss**) ,  of  aircraft, 

voluntary  pilot  report  of  (SR-416) 1317 


80000—67- 


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CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD— Contimied 

Reports — Continued 
Piiiancial  and  statistical,  etc..  reports  of  air  carriers. 
See  Economic  regulations. 
Rotorcraft  airworthiness.    See  Airworthiness. 
Scheduled  air  carriers: 
Helicopter,  certification  and  operation  rules;  pro- 
posed rule  making 631 

Interstate  air  carrier  certification  and  operation 
rules : 

Collisions,  near  mid-air  ("near-miss") ,  of  air- 
craft; reporting  of.     See  Reports. 
Maximiun  weight  with  altitude,  variation  of; 

proposed  rule  making 1867 

Airmen : 
Engineer,  flight,  qualification  for  duty;  airman 
assigned  to  flight  check  other  flight  engi- 
neers        678 

Plight  crew  member  and  dispatcher  qualifica- 
tion; pilot  check,  use  of  aircraft  simulators 
in  training  program  and  proficiency  checks. 

proposed  rule  making 4294 

Pilots: 
Pilot  route  and  airport  qualifications,  exten- 
sion of  authority  (SR-418) 6278,  7265 

Reports,  voluntary,  of  near  mid-air  ("near- 
miss")    collisions  of  aircraft.    See  Re- 
ports. 
Airplane     performance     operating     limitations, 
transport    category;    turbine-powered    air- 
planes of  current  design,  proposed  rule  mak- 
ing  __ 6091.  7654,  10413 

C-46  airplanes,  in  passenger  operations,  applica- 
tion of  transport  category  performance  re- 
quirements to: 
Effective  date  for  recertlflcation  (SRr-406C)—    4917 
Extension  of  time  in  which  to  meet  require- 
ments (SR-406B) 2139 

Certification,  type,  of  aircraft  with  turbo-prop 

replacement;  proposed  rule  making — . 9438 

Dispatching  rules: 

Alternate  airport  weather  minimums;  estab- 
lishment of  alternate  airport  landing  mini- 
mums    at    airports    served    by    ILS    not 

equipped  with  approach  lights 4999 

Operation  in  icing  conditions;  take-off  pro- 
hibition applying  to  situations  when  per- 
formance may  be  affected,  proposed  rule    • 

making ' ^ 8195 

Take-off  and  landing  weathA:  minimums: 

IPR 3405 

Ceiling  and  visibility  minimums.  straight- 
in  approaches  vising  ILS  or  PAR  fa- 
cilities -_ -     2971 

VFR.  proposed  rule  making 684 

Emergency  evacuation  provisions  for  transport 

category  airplanes,  projaosed  rule  making 7688 

Flares,    landing,    requirements;    proposed    rule 

making 10255 

Flight  operations;  admission  to  fiight  deck,  pro- 
posed rule  making 6573 

Instruments  and  equipment: 
All  operations: 
Aircraft  instruments  and  equipment; 

Airspeed  limitations ^ 4311 

Radio  equipment,  determination  of  oper- 
able condition  of 4311 

Emergency  flotation  devices,  proposed  rule        ^ 

making 7957 

Engine  instrvunents;  warning  lights  for  re- 
versible propellers 4311 

Lights,  experimentation   projects  with  ex-" 
terior   lighting   systems,   proposed   rule 

making 3388 

Special  operations;  supplemental  oxygen  for 

crew  members 5437 

Passenger  service,  transport  category  airplanes 
engaged  in;  powerplant  flre  protection,  na- 
celle skin  areas,  proposed  rule  making 4832 

Records  and  reports  required;  maintenance  re- 
lease, purpose  and  form  of 1697 

Reports;  volvmtary  pilot  report  of  near  mid-air 

("near-miss")  collisions  (SR^16) 1317 


CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD— Continued  '•B* 

Scheduled  air  carriers — Continued 
Interstate  air  carrier  certification  and  operation 
rules — Continued 
Services  and  facilities;   weather  reporting  fa- 
cilities   3405 

Operations  outside   continental  limits  of  United 
States,  certification  and  operation  rules:  - 
Aircraft : 

Collisions,  near  mid-air  ("near-miss"),  of  air- 
craft; reporting  of.    See  Reports. 
Maximum  weight  with  altitude,  variation  of; 

proposed  rule  making .     1867 

Certificate,  issuance;  ceiling  and  visibility,  mini- 
mums, landing  minimums,  straight-in  ap- 
proaches using  ILS  or  CK^A  facilities 2971 

Passenger  operation  rules: 
Aircraft  requirements;  instruments  and  equip- 
ment, supplemental  oxygen  for  crew  mem- 
bers  _— — -.— - -—     5437 

Airmen  rules: 
Engineer,  fiight;  qualifications  for  duty—  678,2373 
Navigator,  flight;  flight  time  limitations.  630. 1847 
Pilots: 
Flight  time  limitations  for  pilots  not  regu- 
larly assigned  to  one  type  of  crew;  ex- 
tension of  authority  (SR^386D)__  5805,7489 
Periodic  flight  checks  and  instructions;  use 
of  aircraft  simulators  in  training  pro- 
gram and  proficiency  checks,  proposed 

rule  making r=*k<. 4294 

Route  and  airport  .qualification  miuire- 
ments;  extension  of  authority  (SR- 
418)   _— '6278,  7625 

Airplane    performance    operating   limitations, 
transport       category;      •turbine-powered 
*              transport  category  airplanes  of  current  de- 
sign, proposed  rule  making 6091,7654,10413 

C-46  airplanes,  application  of  transport  cate- 
gory performance  requirements  to: 
Effective  date  for  recertification  (SR-406C)_    4917 
Extension  of  time  in  which  to  meet  require- 
ments (SR-406B) 2139 

Certificates,    issuance:    ceiling    and    vLsibility 
minimums,  establishment  of  alternate  air- 
port landing  minimums  at  airport  served 
by  ILS  not  equipped  with  approach  lights.  _     4999 
Certification,  type,  of  aircraft  with  turbo-prop 

replacement;  proposed  rule  making 9436 

Emergency  evacuation  provisions  for  transport 

category  airplanes,  proposed  rule  making.     7688 
Flares,  landing,  requirements;   proposed  rule 

making -  10255 

Instruments  and  equipment: 
Continuance  of  flight  requirement;  warning 

lights  for  reversible  propellers 4312 

Emergency  and  safety  equipment;  emergency 

flotation  devices,  proposed  rule  making.    7957 
Lights;   exF>erimentatlon  projects  with  ex- 
terior lighting  systems,  proposed  rule 

makinfir n,    3388 

Maintenance;  airspeed,  limitations  and  related 

information 4312 

Miscellaneous  operation  rules: 
Admission  to  pilot  compartment;  flight  deck, 

proposed  rule  malhng 6573 

Briefing  of  passengers  in  extended  overwater 
operations    respecting    emergency    and 

evacuation  equipment 513 

Reports :  voluntary  pilot  report  of  near  mid-air 

("near-miss")  coUision  <SR-416> 1317 

Transport  category  airplanes  operated  in  pas- 
senger   service;     powerplant    protection, 
nacelle  skin  areas,  proposed  rule  making ._  .  4832 
Rule  making  proceeding,  notice  of 4349, 5699, 8891 

Hearings,  investigations,  etc.: 

ATC  Agency  Resolution  investigation 8709 

Administrator  of  Civil  Aeronautics  vs.  Sidney  W. 

Wilson 3130.  3728 

Aero  Finance  Corp 4927,  6048,  6686,  6846.  9300 

Aero  Finance-Peninsular  enforcement  case 655 

Air  Dispatch,  Inc , 3201,3911 

Air  freight  forwarders 3973 

Airborne  Coordinators,  Frank  V.  Oandola  and  Wil- 
liam E.  Oeiselman,  interlocking  relationship..    8709 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD— Continued  P^^e* 

Hearings,  investigotions,  etc. — Continued 

Airfreight  rate  case ^ 6147 

Alaska  Airlines,  Inc 8337,9075 

Alaska  Coastal  Airlines 2114.  8092,  8468 

All  Airtransport,  Inc 2854 

Allegheny   Airlines 6978 

Alltransport,  Inc J 2854 

Americaiv  Airlines,  Inc 207 

Atlanta.  Qa..  and  Panama  City.  Fla..  service  be- 
tween   • 2898 

Atlantic  Aircoach  Agency,  Inc 3805 

Atlantic  Aircoach  Agency  of  Illinois 3805 

Atwood  Air  Service,  Inc 4927 

B.  N.  P.  Airways  Ltd 1051.1395 

Baggage;  free  allowances  .and  excess  charges 6244 

Bamett,  Alan ' 2854 

Bamett.  Norman* 2854 

Bamett  International  Airfreight  Corp 2854 

Barnett  International  Forwarders,  Inc 2854 

Binder,  Ernest  B 2995.3805 

Bonanza  Air  Lines.  Inc 2537,3201 

Braniff,  Airways.  Inc 1113,1609,2667,3030,4105 

Byers  Airways,  Inc 699 

California  Air  Charter.  Inc 4770,5199 

California  Eastern  Aviation.  Inc 7781,  8152 

Capital  Airlines,  Inc 2957,  7964 

Capital  gains  proceeding 3611.3806,3973,8378 

Caribbean  Atlantic  Airlines 825 

Casper.  Wyo.;  cut-off  renewal  case 1151 

Central  Airlines,  Inc 1040 

Charleston,   West   Virginia-Columbus,   Ohio, 

case 8709,  8994 

Chicago,  HI.,  area  service  case 2732 

Chicago  and  Southern  Air  Lines,  Inc 547,  6960.  9956 

Chicago-Twin  Cities  case... 7964.8245 

Children,    unaccompanied,   full   adult   fares   for; 

hearing 687 

Cincinnati-Detroit  route.  TWA;  transfer  of__    699,  8124 

Civil  Air  Transport  Co..  Ltd 331.547.1191 

Columbus,  Ohio-Charleston.  W.  Va.,  case 8709.8994 

Continental  Air  Lines,  Inc 655,2537 

Cordova  Airlines,  Inc 8090.  8468 

Cuban  Colonial  Air  Express  Corp 105li  1331 

Cutler    Corp 2958 

Dallas,  Te»c.,  to  West;  tnmkline  air  service  between.    2393 

Davis,  Arthur  Vining 2958,  3151 

Delta  Air  Lines,  Inc 1609,  7964 

Delta  CL8  mail  rate  ctise 547,  6960,  9956 

Detroit  Southeast  Agency,  Inc 2854,  3805 

Deutsche  Lufthansa  Aktiengesellschaft 1740 

Duluth-Chicago  service  investigation 5511 

Eastern  Air  Lines,  Inc 825   3130 

4689,  4770,  5124,  5199.  5381.  6422,  6865.  7964. 

Eastern  Air  Lines  route  consoUdation  case 8779.  8892 

Ellis  Air  Lines 2114.  8334,  8835.  9075 

Empresa  De  Transportes,  Aerovias  Brasil,  S.  A 325 

Executive  Air  Service  Ltd ..  1151.  1395 

Fares: 

Full  adult  fares,  for  unaccompanied  children.  _  687,  7305 

Oeneral    passenger    fare;    scope    of    investiga- 
tion  3661,  5875 

Group  excursion;  investigation 5301 

Ploch.  A.  N ^_ 2854 

Florida-Texas  service  case... 86,  4106 

Foreign  air  carrier  off-route  charter  service   in- 
vestigation   6048,  6686 

Port  Worth.  Tex.;  Investigation 1248,  6686 

Freight  forwarder  case *  1051 

International 1520 

Freight  rate  investigation 2223,  2537,  3729 

Petition  to  modify  minimum  freight  rate  order..      207 

Frontier  Airlines,  Inc 999,  2114,  2537,  6048 

Gandola,  Frank  V_ 8709 

(jrciselman,  William  E 8709 

Great  Lakes  local  service  investigation 8703 

Great  Lakes-Southeast  service  case 4689,  5124,  6422 

Haller,  R.  O 2854 

Hawaiian   Airlines   Ltd..   freight    rate    investiga- 
tion  2223.  2537.  3729 

Hazleton.  Pa.,  service  to 655, 10182 

Helicopter  Air  Service.  Inc . 2732 

Herman,  Anita 2957,  9300 

Houston-California  Interchange  case 655 

Hughes  Tool  Co..  investigation  case 4641 


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CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD— Continued 
Hearings,  investigations,  etc.^-Continued  , 

lATA.  Regional  Traffic  Conference  of;  investigation 
and  complaint  relating  to  regulation  and  con- 
duct   2350.  8124 

India-Bangkok-Manila  extension 273.  3396.  3910 

International  air  freight  forwarder  investigation..    1520 

Intra-Alaska  Air  Service. 3129 

Intra-Mar  Agency.  Inc 2995.  3805 

Intra-Mar  Shipping  (Colombia)  Ltda 2995,  3805 

Intra-Mar  Shipping  Corp 2995,  3805 

Intra-Mar  Transport  Corp 2995,  3805 

Japan  Air  Lines  Co..  Ltd 119 

Keene.  N.  H.,  service  to 6978 

LACSA.  acquisition  by  Pan  American;  reopening  of 

ofce 7162 

.    Lake  Central  Airlines,  Inc 1609,  7305 

Laurentide  Aviation  Ltd 2538.  7419,  7495, 10284 

Leavens  Bros.  Ltd 3703 

Liberal,  Kans.,  service  to 4532 

Lima-Detroit  case 655,  1609,  8414 

Lineas  Aereas  Costarrincenses.  S.  A 915, 

1331,  2796,  8378,  8982,  9957. 

Lineas  Aereas  de  Nicaragua,  S.  A 2595,  3030 

Los  Angeles  Airways,  Inc 6686 

Mackay  Airlines,  Inc 2994,  36J1,  3729.  4350 

Mail  rates:  ^ 

Delta-C  &  S  case 547 

First   class    and    other   preferential    (East    and 

West) 3201,  3661 

Pacific  Service  mail  rate  case 1609,  7582 

Slick  Airways,  Inc.,  and  others 547,  655 

Transatlantic  final  mail  rate  case,  reopened 119 

Midet  Aviation  Corp 3611,  3729,  4350 

Midway  Airlines,  Inc 2732 

Mitchell,  Yankton,  and  Norfolk,  Nebr..'^and  to  Sioux 
Falls,  S.  Dak.,  to  Fargo  via  Watertown  and 

Brookings;  interim  service 5124 

•     Mohawk  Airlines,  Inc .     6978 

Nachbur,  Hans  E 2854 

New  York-Florida  proceeding 3201,  3910 

New  York-Nassau  case 3396,  3910 

North  Central  Airlines,  Inc 1609, 1751,  5511,  6048,  7305 

Northeast  Airlines,  Inc 8090 

Northeastern  States  area  case 6978,  7582 

Northern  Consolidated  Airlines,  Inc 8336,  9074 

Northwest  Airlines,  Inc 1609, 

1949,  2114. 2957.  3661,  5381.  5511. 

Ozark  Air  Lines.  Inc 1395.  1467.  1680.  1705,  1751,  6048. 

Pacific  Northwest,  local  air  service  pattern ■. ._    2309 

Pacific  service  mail  rate  case 1609,  7582 

Pan  American  acquisition  of  LACSA  case,  reopen- 
ing of 7162 

Pan  American -Grace  Airv.'ays,  Inc 1609 

Pan  American  World  Airways,  Inc 825,  915, 

1331,  1609,  2731,  2796,  2854,  2958.  4350,  8982 
Panama  City,  Fla.,  and  Atlanta,  Ga.,  service  be- 
tween      2898 

Peninsular  Air  Transport 6048,  6686,  6846,  9300 

Phoenix,  Ariz.,  service  to 2537 

Pittsburgh -Cleveland  and  Detroit  restriction  case 3661 

Portsmouth,  Ohio,  service  to 2155,  2254,  2666,  6942 

Puerto  Rico,  service  to 825.  4300 

Quad  Cities-Twin  Cities  case 2666. 8779. 8957 

Railway  Express  Agency,  Inc..  4927,  6422,  6865,  7256,  7964 
Reeve  Alaska  Airmotive__  2703,2958,3151,6942,7256,9075 

Reeve  Aleutian  Airways,  Inc 2703, 

2958,  3151.  6942,  7256,  8335 

Resort  Airlines,  Inc 325,8219,8982 

Riddle  Airlines,  Inc 825 

,    Route  restriction  investigation 1520,2114,7691 

Route  26  interim  local  service  investigation 6048, 9300 

St.  Louis-Southeast  service  case 1546,  7690 

Seller,  Ernest 2995,  3805 

Seven  States  area  investigation 4688,  5991 

Slick  Airways,  Inc.,  and  others 547,  655 

Snyder,  George  W.,  Jr.-. . 2114 

Southeast  Airlines  Agency,  Inc 2854,  3805 

Southeast  Airlines  Agency  Corp 2854,  3805 

Southern  Air  Transport.  Inc 2995.3805 

Southwest  Airways  Co 2114 

SWISSAIR,  Swiss  Air  Transport  Co..  Ltd 6582. 6960 

Syracuse-New  York  City  case 340. 10182 


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ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


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CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD — Continued 
Hearings,  investigations,  etc. — Continued 
Traffic  Conference.  Regional,  of  lATA;  investiga- 
tion and  complaint  relating  to  regulations  and 

conduct 2350 

Trans-Alaskan  Airlines.  Inc 4770,5199 

Trans  Caribbean  Airways 825 

Trans-Continental  Airlines  Agency  Corp.,  et  al 7748 

Trans-Pacific  Airlines.  Ltd 7495.8090 

Trarts-Pacific  certificate  renewal  case,  reopened  777, 1467 

Trans-Texas  Airways : 8892 

Trans  World  Airlines.  Inc ^^— 273. 

654,  699. 1609,  2537, 2854, 3396, 3910, 4641,  8090 
'  8124 

Transatlantic  final  mail  rate  case,  reopened 119 

Transocean  Air  Lines  and  others ii — .    1751 

Transportes  Aereos  J^acionales,  S.  A.___ 1. —    3806. 

4106. 4234. 7704. 7833 

Tucson  Airport  Authority —  3201.  3911 

United  Air  Lines.  Inc — - 2114,2537,6978 

West  Coast  Airlines,  Inc 2114 

West  Coast-Europe  case 2854 

Western  Air  Lines,  Inc 1151,2114,2537.7964 

Wien  Alaska  Airlines.  Inc 699,  8093,  8468 

Wilson,  Sidney  W 3130,3728 

CIVIL  AIR  J»ATROL,  radio  station  authorization  re- 
newal, use  of  Form  480_^ 6276 

CIVIL  DEFENSE: 

Civil  defense  responsibilities  respecting  dispersion 
facilities  and  urban  vulnerability.  See  Defense 
Mobilization,  Office  of. 
CONELRAD  plan  of  radio  broadcast  station  operation 
in  case  of  enemy  air  attack.  See  Federal  Com- 
munication Commission. 
Narcotics,  procurement  by  civil  defense  officials  dur- 
ing state  of  civil  defense  emergency,  procedure; 

Internal  Revenue  Service  regulations 8056 

Surplus  property  for  purposes  of  civil  defense.    See 
Federal     Civil     Defense     Administration;     and 
Health,  Education,  and  Welfare  Department. 
CIVIL    DEFENSE    ADMINISTRATION.     See    Federal 

Civil  Defense  Administration. 
CIVIL  RIGHTS;  nondiscrimination  on  account  of  race, 
creed,  etc. : 
Interpretation  of  Executive  Orders  10479  and  10557. 

See  Ciovernment  Contracts  Committee. 
Procurement  regulations  of  armed  services ;  labor  reg- 
ulations.   See  Defense  Department. 

CIVIL  SERVICE  COMMISSION: 

See  International  Organizations  Employees  Loyalty 

Board. 
Annual  and  sick  leave.    See  Leave  regulations. 
Appeals : 
Political  activity  cases,  appeal  procedure.   See  Polit- 
ical activity. 
Preference  ellgibles  under  Veterans*  Preference  Act 
of  1944: 
Applicability  of  regulations,  scope,  political  ac- 
tivity .cases  not  included 8791 

Commission  action  on  initial  appeal;  investiga- 
tion, evidence  available  to  both  parties,  ex- 
ceptions      3167 

Definitions,  "reemployed  annuitant" 7816 

Employee  appeals,  death  of  appellant 9009 

Employee  coverage,  reemployed  annuitant  not 

covered -^ 7816 

Reductions  in  force  actions,  appeals  from.    See  Re- 
ductions in  force. 
Appointments : 
Career-conditional  appointments  of  disabled  vet- 
erans, conversion  to  career  appointments 6499 

Executive  Order  10675  respecting 6327 

Competitive  positions.    See  Competitive  positions. 
Educational    requirements.    See   Education    (for- 
mal)  requirements. 
Hearing  examiners.     See  Hearing  examiners. 
To  competitive  positions.    See  Competitive  posi- 
tions. 
To  positions  excepted  from  competitive  service. 
See  Exceptions  from  competitive  service. 
Awards,  ince;itive;  Interdepartmental  awards: 
Awards  by  benefiting  departments  other  than  em- 
ploying department 4845 

Referrals  to  other  departments 4845 


CIVIL  SERVICE  COMMISSION— Continued  ^•^'^ 

Career   appointments;    conversion   of   career-condi- 
tional   appointments    of    disabled    veterans    to 

career  appointments _ 6499 

Executive  Order  10675  respecting 6327 

Competitive  positions,  filling  of: 
Limitation  on  career  appointments,  obligated  posi- 
tions  — 5027 

Promotion,  demotion,  reassignment,  and  transfer..    5027 
Agency   authority  to  appoint  by  transfer  em- 
ployees of  Mher  agencies 5027 

Status  and  tenure  after  position  change  or  trans- 
fer  — - 5027 

Reemployment  rights,  employment  with 5027 

Restoration  of  eligibility  lost  because  of  military 

service 2321 

Temporary  renewable  appointment,  agency  author- 
ity  7815 

Transfer.    See  Promotion,  demotion,  reassignment, 

and  transfer. 
Types  of  appointments: 
Overseas   limited    appointment   of   citizens   re- 
cruited outside  overseas  areas 5709 

Temporary  appointment  in  absence  of  ellgibles, 

preference  to  veterans : 6111 

Temporary  renewable  appointments,  agency  au- 

thority— - 5129 

Definitions : 

"Active  military  duty".. 6027 

"Obligated  position" 5027 

"Overseas",  Guam  not  included 7175 

"Reemployed   annuitant" 7815 

Demotions.    See  Exceptions  from  competitive  service; 

and  Separations. 
Education  (formal)  requirements  for  appointment  to 
certain    scientific,    technical,    and    professional 
positions: 

Aeronautical  research  scientists,  headnote 2299 

Archivist * 999,  5249 

Botanist  _ _ _ -      259 

Dairy   husbandman__ ,. — . 260 

Dairy  manufacturing  technologist,  revocation 2717 

Fiber  technologist . 262 

Fishery  products  technologist 261 

Geophysicist    (exploration) 3080 

Junior  professional  assistant:  ^ 

Archivist 999,  5249 

Botanist,  revocation 259 

Dairy  husbandman,  revocation 259 

Metallurgist,  revocation 3144 

"     Plant  physiologist,  revocation 259 

Meat  technologist,  revocation 2717 

Metallurgist _  — -     3144 

Microanalyst   (plant  and  animal  fibres),  revoca- 

Uon 2717 

Mycologist 261 

Nematologist — —      262 

Physical  therapist 7759 

Plant  physiologist 261 

Plant  taxonomist 262 

Public  welfare  adviser  (child  welfare)   and  public 

welfare  adviser-specialist  (child  welfare) 8175 

Public  welfare  adviser  (public  assistance)  and  pub- 
lic welfare  adviser-specialist  (public  assist- 
ance) -— ' - —    8177 

Public  welfare  research  analyst  (child  welfare) 8175 

Range  conservationist 259 

Research  forester,  headnote 2717 

Social  worker  (medical  and/or  psychiatric)  and 
public  welfare  adviser-specialist  (medical  and/ 

or  psychiatric) 8175 

Soil   scientist — -     5813 

Student  trainee:  "  v 

GS  1-4 2915 

GS  2-4 , 6627 

Systematic  zoologist »_-      262 

Teacher-adviser.  Indian  schools ' 3080 

Exceptions  from  competitive  service,  Civil  Service 
Rule  VI: 
Appointment  to  excepted  positions: 

Qualifications  of  applicants,  retired  status  not 

disqualification 7815 

Removal,  suspension,  furlough,  or  demotion  of 
preference  employees;  reemployed  annu- 
itants  -    7815 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


CIVIL  SERVICE  COMMISSION— Continued  P^« 

Exceptions   from   competitive  service.   Civil   Service 
Rule  VI — Continued 
Schedule  A,  positions  other  than  confidential  or 
policy-determining  for  which  examination  is 

not  practicable .    9790 

Agencies  with  positions  added,  amended  or  re- 
voked : 

Agriculture  Department 6053, 

6365,  6625,  6947.  6983.  8985 

Air  Force  Department 49, 1283,  2461 

Army    Department 1283.6251.6415 

.    Civil  Aeronautics  Administration 1845 

Commerce  E>epartment 571.1117.5475,5997 

Customs   Bureau 5733 

Defense   Department 999 

Education.  Office  of 2959 

Entire  executive  civil  service: 

Foreign  countries,  positions  in 1845,3667.8985 

Temporary  or  intermittent  positions;  high 
school  science  and  mathematics  teachers 
to  assist  scientific,  professional  or  tech- 
nical employees 3211 

Export-Import  Bank  of  Washington 9364 

F^rm  Credit  Administration . 97,  10005 

Federal  Communications  Commission 1765 

Federal  Flood  Indemnity  Adftiinistration 8791 

Federal  Housing  Administration 97 

Foreign  Claims  Settlement  Commission  of  the 

United  States 2597 

Forest  Service 6053 

General  Services  Administration 127 

Health,  Education  and  Welfare  Department- _   2859, 

3403.  3643,  8479.  9939,10331 

Housing  and  Home  Finance  Agency 97, 

1629.2741.  8791 

Immigration  and  Naturalization  Service 2137 

Interior  Department 1845,  2321,  3667.  6542.  8985 

Justice  Department 2137 

Labor   Department 2137 

Maritime  Administration 5997 

National  Archives  and  Records  Service 127 

National  Security  Training  Coipmission 2137 

Navy  Department 1283,9207 

Panama  Canal  Co..  New  York 8985 

Post  Office  Department 999, 1845 

Public  Buildings  Service 127 

.     Public  Health  Service 3403,3643 

Public  Housing  Administration 2741 

•        Railroad  Retirement  Board i_       887 

Reclamation  Bureau , 2321 

St.  Elizabeths  Hospital 3643 

Small  Business  Administration.  _  761.  3103.  5435,  5551 

State  Department 10331 

Territories,  Office  of 1345 

Treasury  Department 5733,7175 

Weather  Bureau 971,1845,2025 

Schedule  B,  positions  other  than  those  of  confiden- 
tial or  policy-determining  character  for  which 
it  is  not  practicable  to  hold  competitive  exami- 
nation   9790 

Agency  with  positions  revoked;  Farm  Credit  Ad- 
ministration   , 10005 

Schedule  C.  positions  of  confidential  or  policy-de- 
termining character 9790 

Agencies  with  positions  added,  amended,  or  re- 
voked : 
Agriculture  Department.  1119,5997,8039,8097,10441 

Alien  Property,  Office  of 1484 

Army  Department 999. 1267. 2323 

Commerce  Department . 8039 

Commodity  Stabilization  Service 5997 

Defense  Department 127.1691,8039,8353 

Export^Import  Bank  of  Washington 3853 

Farmers  Home  Administration 8039 

Federal  Civil  Defense  Administration 3617, 

43^,  6985,  7787,  9207 

Federal  Communications  Commission 1765 

Federal  Flood  Indemnity  Administration 8791 

Federal  Housing  Administration . 4312 

Federal  Mediation  and  Conciliation  Service.  888, 8417 

Fish  and  Wildlife  Service _i^ 3617 

General  Services  Administration ._  127, 

1267,  2997,  4845,  7929, 10331 


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CIVIL  SERVICE  COMMISSION— Continued 

Exceptions  from  competitive   service.  Civil  Service 
Rule  VI — Continued 
Schedule  C.  positions  of  confidential  or  policy-de- 
termining character — Continued  -^ 
Agencies  with  positions  added,  amended,  or  re- 
voked— Continued 

Health,  Education,  and  Welfare  Department 49, 

571.1119.2461.8385.9939 

Housing  and  Home  Finance  Agency 571, 

3103. 3263. 4312,  8791.  10441 

Immigration  and  Naturalization  Service 1484 

Indian  Affairs -Bureau 7787 

Interior  Department.  1743, 1847,  3617,  5031.  7787.  9323 

Justice  Department 1484 

Labor  Department 49. 10441 

National  Archives  and  Records  Service 127 

National  Labor  Relations  Board 1765 

Post  Office  Department 551,  3167,  6983,  10265 

Public  Buildings  Service 127 

Public  Housing-  Administration 10441 

Public  Roads  Bureau _* 8039 

Renegotiation  Board 10331 

Small  Business  Administration ■. 5435.  5551 

State  Department • 571, 

1315.    17(55.   2137,  7787,  8353.  8479.   8533.   9323 

Territories.  Office  of 1743,1847,3617,9323 

Treasury  Department 7175 

United  States  Information  Agency 2461 

Executive     Reserve;     central     register     of     Reserve 

niembers  to  be  maintained  by  Commission 1270 

Hearing  examiners;  appointment,  compensation,  and 

removal,  general  provisions 2025 

Holding  State  or  local  office,  prohibition  agkinst.  See 
Prohibited  practices.  ' 

Holiday;  excusing  Federal  employees  from  duty  on 
December  24,  1956  (Memorandum  of  November 

23,   1956) 9239 

Hospitals.  Government,  certain  positions  in: 
Exclusion  from  provisions  of  Federal  Employees 
Pay  Act  and  Classification  Act: 

Dental  hygiene  studente . 9207 

Psychiatric  nurse  students.  Saint  Elizabeths  Hos-    7202 

pltal 7202 

Maximum  stipends  prescribed: 

Chaplain  interns,  residents,  and  student  interns       627 

Clinical  psychology  interns  and  residents 627 

Dental  hygiene  students 9207 

Dental  or  medical  interns  and  residents 627 

Dietetic    residents , 627 

Hospital  administration  residents ..      627 

Medical  or  dental  interns  and  residents 627 

Psychiatric  nurse  students,  Saint  Elizabeths  Hos- 
pital       7202 

Incentive  awards.    See  Awards. 
Indian  schools,  teacher  positions  In;  educational  re- 
quirements  , 3080 

Information,  retirement,  disclosure  of 627,  3167 

Insurance,  group  life: 

Beneficiary,  de^nation  of 8481 

Cessation  and  conversion  of  insurance  coverage 8481 

Effective  dates  of  insurance  coverage 8479 

Exclusions 7929,  8481 

Retired  employees: 

Creditable  service 9207 

Immediate  annuity . 8481 

Leave,  anniial  and  sick  leave  regulations;  appendix 
A.  list  of  officers  excluded  from  provisions  of  An- 
nual and  Sick  Leave  Act  of  1951,  as  amended.-      667 

Commerce  Department,  additional  positions 8097 

Motor  vehicle  operator  regulations.  United  States 
Government  motor  vehicle  operators'  identifi- 
cation card 1163.3737 

Overseas  limited  appointment  of  citizens  recruited 

outside  overseas  areas , 5709 

Pay  regulations: 
Definitions : 

"Highest  previous  rate" L 7507. 8097 

"New  appointment" 7507 

"Waiting   period" 5787 

Hearing  examiners.    See  Hearing  examiners. 
Hospitals.  Government,  stipends  for  trainees.     See 

Hospitals,  Government. 
Increase  in  minimum  rates  of  pay,  certain  posi- 
tions.  _  436, 2296,  5144,  6286.  7640.  10283 


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CIVIL  SERVICE  COMMISSION — Continued 

Pay  regulations — Continued 

Salary    retention;    scope,    definitions,    salary    in- 
creases, etc . 5403 

Special  provisions  for  certain  types  of  work,  pay- 
ment provisions 5643 

Step-increases;  definitions,  "waiting  period" 5787 

Political  activity - 8787 

Appeal  procedure,  cpmpetitive  and  excepted  serv- 
ice  - -    8789 

Competitive  service,  procedure 8787 

Excepted  service,  procedure -     8789 

Political  activity  cases,  procedure..' 8787 

Subpart  designation 3141 

Prohibited  practices,  redesignation 3141 

Holding      State      or      local      office,      prohibition 

against ^ 3141,  8789 

Exception  of  residents  of  certain  municipalities.  -    3143 

New  Johnsonville.  Tenn.,  addition 3211 

Federal  positions,  incumbents  permitted  to  hold 

State  and  local  offices..  3143,  3853,  6486,  8791,  10365 
State  and  local  positions  which  may  be  held  by 

Federal  officers  and  employees 3141,  6983 

Political  activity,  prohibition  against 3141,  8787 

Promotion,    demotion,    reassigrunent.    and    transfer. 

See  Conapetitive  positions. 
Promotion  of  hearings  examiners.    See  Hearing  ex- 
aminers. 
Reassignment,  reinstatement,  transfer,  etc.,  of  hear- 
ing examiners.    See  Hearing  examiners. 
Reductions  in  force,  retention  preference  regulations 
for  use  in: 
Actions,    employees    in    position    in    competitive 

service 1953 

A^pebls... •- — 8915 

Definitions;  "service  computation  date"  and  "ad- 
justed service  computation  date" 4224 

Hearing  examiners.    See  Hearing  examiners. 
Order  of  selection: 

Determination  of  competitive  area 6415 

Determination    of    tenure    groups    and    sub- 
groups  1847^  5030 

Subgroup  "B",  employees  in;  priority  for  em- 
ployees with  retention  rights  under  Uni- 
versal Military  Training  and  Service  Act 

of  1951  or  Reserve  Forces  Act  of  1955 1953 

Retention  register,  compilation , 4225 

Sequence  of  selection 4225 

Reemployment   priority '. 6053 

Reemployment  priority  in  reductions  in  force 6053 

Reemployment  rights,  employment  with 5027 

Veterans.    See  Veterans. 
Restoration  of  Federal  employees  after  active  military 
duty,  agency  action;  employees  with  reemploy- 
ment rights  after  transfer,  revocation 5030,  5129 

Retention  preference  regulations  for  use  in  reductions 

in  force.    See  Reductions  in  force. 
Retired  employees,  group  life  insurance? 

Creditable  service .     9207 

Immediate  annuity — . — — ;- 8481 

Retirement  regulations '_ 8262 

Exclusions  from  retirement  coverage :__     7365 

Exempting   certain   officers    and    employees   from 

automatic  separation  until  October  31, 1956 5709 

Exemption  of  persons  other  than  Presidential  ap- 
pointees reaching  age  for  automatic  separation, 
authority  of  Commission  respecting  (Executive 

Order  10682)  _ _. 8129 

Exemption  until  October  31,  1956,  of  Presidential 
appointees  reaching  age  for  automatic  separa- 
tion between  July  1,  1956  and  September  30, 

1956  (Executive  Order  10674) 5787 

Information,  retirement,  disclosure  of 627,  3167 

Separations,  suspensions,  and  demotions: 
See  also  Reductions  in  force. 
Authority  of  Commission  to  investigate  separations, 

*  suspensions,  reassignments.  or  demptions _    1484 

Hearing  examiners.    See  Hearing  examiners. 
Procedure  in  separating,  suspending,  or  demoting 
employees : 

Actions  against  employees 1484 

Reemployed  annuitants  not  included — ........    7815 

Sick  leave.    See  Leave. 


CIVIL  SERVICE  COMMISSION— Continued  P««« 

Special  transitional  authorities,  conversion  of  career- 
conditional  to  career  appointments,  disabled  vet- 
erans.     6499 

Executive  Order  10675  respecting 6327 

State  or  local  office,  prohibition  against  holding 3141, 

3143,  3211,  6983,  8789 
Federal  positions  incumbents  of  which  are  permit- 
ted to  hold  State  and  local  offices 3143, 

3853, 6486,  8791.  10365 
Step-increases.    See  Pay  regulations. 
Temporary  appointments: 
Temporary   renewable   appointment,    agency   au- 
thority  1 7815 

To  competitive  positions.    See  Competitive  posi- 
tions. 
•Transfer : 

Competitive  positions.    See  Competitive  positions. 
Employees  transferred  to  Federal  Facilities  Corpo- 
ration from  Rubber  Producing  Facilities  Dis- 
posal Commission  (Executive  Order  19678) .    7199 

Veterans : 
Appeals  under  Veterans'  Preference  Act  of  1944. 

See  Appeals. 
Comp>ensable   service-connected   disability   of  ten 
percent  or  more,  conversion  of  career -condi- 
tional appointments  to  career  appointments 6499 

Executive  Order  10675  respecting 6327 

Restoration  of  eligibility  for  appointment  to  com- 
petitive position  lost  because  of  military  serv- 
ice  2321 

Restoration  to  Federal  employment,  agency  action: 
employees    with    reemployment    rights    after 

transfer,  revocation 5030,5129 

Temporary  appointment  to  competitive  positions  in 

absence  of  eligibles,  preference  to  veterans 6111 

Veterans'  Preference  Act  of  1944,  appeals  of  prefer- 
ence eligibles  under.    See  Appeals.  — 

COAST  AND  GEODETIC  SURVEY: 

Medical  care  for  dependents  of  members  of  uniformed 

services.  Defense  Department  regulation 8577 

Organization  and  functions 4028 

Appendix  I;  district  offices,  l(x:ation  and  jurisdic- 
tional area 4030 

COAST  GUARD: 

Aids  to  navigation:  , 

See  also  Navigation  regulations. 
Functions  of  Commandant  respecting  establish-  • 
ment.  maintenance,  and  operation  of  aids  on 

fixed  structures 5852 

Appointments  of  military  personnel   (commissioned 
officers  and  warrant  officers).    See  Military  per- 
sonnel. 
Armed    Forces    Leave    Bonds;    functions    of    Com- 
mandant respecting 39 

Artificial  islands  and  fixed  structures  on  outer  Con- 
tinental Shelf.    See  Continental  Shelf. 
Authority,  delegations  of;  by  Secretary  of  Treasury 
to  Commandant  respecting  various  matters: 
Aids  to  navigation  on  fixed  structures;  establish- 
ment, maintenance,  and  operation 5852 

Armed  Forces  Leave  Act  of  1946,  functions  under; 
exceptions    respecting    Armed    Forces    Leave 

Bonds 39 

Cadets,  separation  from  Academy  and  Service  for 
misconduct,  inaptitude,  or  physical  disability; 
right  of  appeal  to  Secretary  reserved  to  cadets.         39 
Career  Compensation  Act  of  1949 ;  travel  and  trans- 
portation functions  under 39 

Compensatory  absence  of  military  personnel  at  iso- 
lated aids  to  navigation,  functions  respecting 698 

Contracts,  certain,  with  specific  exceptions 8956 

Discharge  of  enlisted  men  before  expiration  of  en- 
listment, functions  respecting 698 

Lifesaving  ^uipment;  approved  life  preservers  for 

river  steamers 5659 

Officers: 
Commissioned  or  warrant,  appointment  of;  au- 
thorization to  revoke  certain  regulations  re- 
specting qualifying  examinations 995 

Reserve  officers;  ordering  officers  to  active  duty 

or  active  duty  for  training  purposes 5068 

Settlement  of  accounts  of  deceased  members  of  uni- 
formed services,  functions  respecting.......;...      698 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


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COAST  GUARD— Continued  ^^se 

Authority,  delegations  of;  by  Secretary  of  Treasury 
to   Commandant   respecting   various   matters — 
Continued 
Shipping  articles,  certain,  issuing  true  and  certified 

copies  of , 9681 

Vessel  inspection: 

Appeals  respecting,  final  ^tion  on 5659 

Certificates,  issuance  of 5659 

Passenger  carrying  vessels -    4894 

Cadets  of  the  Coast  Guard: 
See  also  Military  personnel. 
P\mctions  of  Commandant  respecting  dismissal  for 

misconduct,  inaptitude,  or  physical  disability 39 

Career  Compensation  Act  of  1949;  functions  of  Com- 
mandant respecting  travel  and  transportation 39 

Cargo  and  miscellaneous  vessels: 
Construction  and  arrangement: 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350 

Rails  and  guards;  where  rails  are  required 6710 

Ventilation,  for  closed  spaces 6710 

Fire  protection  equipment;  fixed  fire  extinguishing 

systems _^ 4667 

General  provisions: 

Application;   seagoing  barge,  determination  for 

inspection  purposes . 252l 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 6713 

•    -   Inspection  and  certification: 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350,  7250 

Repairs,  permit  to  proceed  to  another  port  for; 

conditions  of  permit 6710 

Lifesaving  equipment: 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350,  7250 

Embarkation  aids;  ladders . 6711 

Lifeboats,  equipment  for: 

Tool  kit  (motor-propelled  lifeboat  only) 6711 

Water  (quarts  i>er  person) 6711 

Operations;  changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350 

Coast  Guard  Districts;  Captain  of  Port  Office,  Nor- 
folk-Newport News  area,  change  of  address 502 

Coast  Guard  military  personnel.    See  Military  per- 
sonnel. 
Coast  Guard  Reserve,  United  States.    See  Military 
personnel.  v 

Combustible  liquids  on  board  vessels.    See  Explosives 

or  other  dangerous  articles  or  substances. 
Continental  Shelf,  outer;  safety  equipment  and  other 
matters  relating  to  promotion  of  safety  of  life  and 
property: 

Artificial  islands  and  fixed  structures 900 

Construction  and  arrangement;  means  of  escape, 

personnel  landings,  guards  and  rails,  etc 902 

Fire-fighting  equipment;  fire  extinguishers 903 

General  provisions;  authority,  definitions,  equip- 
ment, enforcement,  etc 901 

Inspections;  requirements,  scope,  authority,  etc..      902 
Lifesaving  appliances;   manned  platforms,  and 

uimianned  platforms 903 

Manned  platforms.     See  Lifesaving  appliances; 

and  Operations. 
Operations;  special  operating  requirements,  and 

manned  platforms 904 

Fixed  structures  and  artificial   islands.    See   Ar- 
tificial islands  and  fixed  structures. 

Contracts;  functions  of  Commandant  respecting 8956 

Corrosive  liquids,  transportation  of.    See  Explosives 

or  other  dangerous  articles. 
Deck  officers,   merchant   marine,   licensing  of.     See 

Merchant  marine  officers  and  seamen. 
Dependents  of  members  of  uniformed  services,  medi- 
cal care  for;  Defense  Department  regulation 8577 

Electrical  engineering: 
Communication  and  alarm  systems  and  equipment: 
Alarm  systems: 
See  also  Fire  protection. 

'  General  alarm  systems 9031 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350 

Rre  protection: 

Automatic  fire  detecting  and  alann  system^ 9030 

Manual  fire  alarm  systems 9031 

Lightfi: 

Navigation  lights;  installation 9031 

Signaling   lights 9032 

Loudspeaker  system,  emergency ~    9031 

Smoke  detector  systems 9032 


COAST  GUARD — Continued    if  Page 

Electrical  engineering — Continued 
Communication   and   alarm  systems   and   equip- 
ment—Continued 
Telephone     and    voice  "  tube    systems,     sound 

powered 9031 

Whistle   operators 9032 

Electrical  system;  general  requirements: 

Application 9023 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350,  1901,  7250 

Distribution  and  circuit  loads 9025 

General  requirements;  "initial  inspection,  water- 
tight equipment,  temperature  ratings,  etc 9023 

Generators;    construction,    temperature    limita- 
tions, etc '. 9023 

Motor  circuits  and  controllers 9025 

Motors;  temperature  limitations,  duty  cycle  en- 
closure and  protection  for  use  on  weather 

decks 9024 

Overcurrent  protection 9026 

Special  requirements  for  certain  locations  and 
systems;  electric  air  heaters,  elecrtric  cooking 

equipment,   etc 9028 

Special  requirements  for  tank  vessels  constructed 

prior  to  November  19,  1955 ^ 9029 

Storage  batteries;  general  requirements 9024 

Switchboards  and  propulsion  controls: 

Electric  propulsion  control 9024 

Ship's     service     generator     and     distribution 

switchboards 9024 

Switchboard  bus  bars  and  wiring,  and  mounted 

equipment .: . 9024 

Vessels  contracted  for  prior  to  November  19, 1952; 

electrical  equipment  and  installations  on 9029 

Wiring  methods  and  materials 9026 

Emergency  lighting  and  F>ower  system: 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350 

Emergency  diesel-engine-driven  generator  sets 9030 

Emergency  loads 9030 

General  requirements;  source  of  power 9029 

General  provisions: 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350,  6713 

Definition  of  terms: 

Cable  designations 9023 

Corrosion-resistant    or    noncorrodible    mate- 
rials      9023 

Equipment,  totally  enclosed 9023 

Reference  specifications,  standards,  and  codes; 
standards,  for  commercial  el-ectric  cooking 

appliances 9022 

Engineer  officers,  merchant  marine,  licensing  of.    See 

Merchant  marine  officers  and  seamen. 
Engineering,    See  Electrical  engineering;    and   Ma- 
rine engineering. 
Equipmeht: 

Approval  of  miscellaneoxis  items 1293, 

1563,  3195,  3737,  5331,  9582 

Manufacturer,  change  of  name  of ^ 1293, 

1563.  3195,  9582 

Termination  of  approvals  of  equipment 1296. 

3199,  5335.  9437,  9585 
Safety  equipment,  to  promote  safety  of  life  and 
property    on    outer    Continental    Shelf.     See 
Continental  Shelf. 
Explosives  or  other  dangerous  articles  (combustible 
and  inflammable  substances  or  liquids,  poisons, 
etc.) ;  transFHjrtation  or  stowage  on  board  vessels, 
use  as  ships'  stores,  etc.: 
Ships'  stores  and  supplies  on  board  vessels,  use  of 
dangerous  articles  as: 

Authority  citation 7142 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350 

Tank  vessels;  inflammable  or  combustible  liquids    •       , 

on.    See  Tank  vessels. 
Transportation  or  stowage  on  board  vessels:. 
Cargo,  handling  and  stowage  devices;  container 
specifications : 
Chutes  and  conveyors  for  handling  explosives..    7055 
Portable  magazine  chest  and  portable  magg&ine 

containers i 7055 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350,  7250 

Corrosive  liquids;  sulfuric  acid  in  bulk,  lining 

or  coating  tanks '. 8972 

Definitions;  ammunition  for  cannon  with  or  with- 
out projectiles 7054 


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49 


COAST  GUARD— Continued  Pag« 

Explosives  or  other  dangerous  articles  ^combustible 
'and  inflammable  substances  or  liquids,  poisons, 
etc.) ;  transportation  or  stowage  on  board  vessels, 
use  as  ships'  stores,  etc.-^ontinued 
Transportation  or  stowage  on  board  vessels — Con, 
Explosives: 

Class  A,  Class  B.  and  Class  C  explosives 7053 

Prohibited  or  not  permitted 7055 

Stowage  and  storage  chart 7055,  8973 

Gases,  compressed: 

Anhydrous  ammonia  in  bulk;  valves,  fittings 

and  accessories 7107 

T  Classification;  Table  G,  editorial  changes 7107 

Exemptions,  requirements  for 7107 

Hazardous  articles: 

Baled  cotton,  automobiles,  motorcycles,  trac- 
tors, etc 8972 

Classification;  Table  K 3536,7141,8972 

Inflammables: 

Liquids 7065 

Classification;  Table  D 7065 

Limited  quality  shipments 7065 

Solids  and  oxidizing  materials;  classification. 

Table  E 3536,7073 

Labeling,  marking,  etc.;  shipper's  requirements 
with  respect  to: 

L  C.  C.  specifications;  metal  drirni.. 7055 

Labels  for  mixed  packing 7055 

Liquids : 

Combustible;  classification.  Table  J 7139 

Corrosive;  classification.  Table  P 7095 

Inflammable.    See  Inflammables,  above. 
List  of  explosives  or  other  dangerous  articles  con- 
taining shipping  name  or  description  of  ar- 
ticles subject  to  regulations 7054 

Military  explosives: 

Classification,  handling  and  stowage  charts 7142. 

8973 
Handling  of  heavy  containers  equipped  with 

pulling  bar  assemblies  and  skids 1933 

Poisonous  articles: 

Classification;  Table  H 3536,7109,7137,7138 

Radioactive  materials: 
Exemptions  for  (clock  dials,  electronic  tubes, 

etc.) 710e 

Packing  and  shielding 7108 

Gases,  compressed,  transportation  of.    See  Explosives 

or  other  dangerous  articles. 
Hazardous  articles,  transportation  of.     See  Elxplosives 

or  other  dangerous  articles. 
Inflammable  articles,  transportation  of.    See  Explo- 
sives or  other  dangerous  articles. 
Inspection  of  vessels  and  equipment: 
See  also  Cargo  and  miscellaneous  vessels;  and  Tank 

vessels. 
Functions  of  Commandant  respecting  issuance  of 

certificates,  and  final  action  on  appeals,  etc 4894. 

_  ,  6659 

General  provisions,  for  vessel  Inspections,  certifl- 

cation.  etc.;  changes  in  regulations  proposed-,     7250 
Uninspected  vessels.  See  Uninspected  vessels,  below. 
Investigations  and  hearings;  changes  in  regulations 

proposed I350 

Investigations  and  suspension  and  revocation  pro- 
ceedings; changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350 

Law  enforcement;  changes  in  regulations  proposed___    1350 
Licensing,  registration,  etc..  of  officers.   See  Merchant 

marine  officers  and  seamen. 
Lifesaving  equipment: 
See  also  Cargo  and  miscellaneous  vessels;  Nautical 
schools:  Passenger  vessels;  and  Tank  vessels. 
Functions  of  Commandant  respecting  approved  life 

preservers  for  river  steamers .     5659 

Speciflcations.    See  Speciflcations. 
Liquids,  combustible,  corrosive,  etc.,  transportation  of. 

See  Explosives  or  other  dangerous  articles. 
Marine  engineering: 
Boilers,  heating,  low-pressure: 
Cast-iron;  fittings  and  appliances,  Installation, 

etc 9021 

Changes  In  regulations  proposed 1350 

General;   scope 2.    9020 

Repairs  to.    See  Repairs. 

Steel  plate;  plan  approval,  hydrostatic  tests,  etc,    9020  ' 


COAST  GUARD— Continued  p«b« 

Marine  engineering — Continued 
Construction : 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed .     1350 

Heads,  flat;  computations,  editorial  changes .    1097 

Openings  and  reinforcements: 

Reinforced  openings  in  shells  and  dished  heads, 

editorial   chang^ 1098 

-  Strength  of  reinforcements,  change  in  refer- 
ence       1098 

Welded    connections,    definitions   of   symbols 

used 1098 

Procedure  and  general  requirements;  conditions 

for  approval 9020 

Superheaters,  headers,  water  walls,  and  econo- 
mizers;   computations 9020 

Surfaces  required  to  be  stayed  or  reinforced; 

computations ^    9020 

Installations,  tests,  etc.;  proof  hydrostatic  tests, 
professional  limit  method,  physical  character- 
istics of  metal,  A.  S.  T.  M.,  change  t)f  refer- 
ence       1098 

Machinery,  main  and  auxiliary;  steering  apparatus, 
emergency  steering  wheel,  change  of  word  "af- 
fected" to  "effected" 1098 

'    Materials: 

Changes  in  regulations  proiJosed 1350 

General;  change  of  reference  to  A.  S.  T.  S.  Speci- 
fications   .     1097 

Iron  castings^ 9019 

Tubes,  carbop^and  alloy-steel  and  wrought  iron; 

editorial   changes 1097 

Piping  systems  and  appurtenances: 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed .    1350 

Classification;  Class  II  piping .    9022 

Detail  requirements: 
Joints  and  flange  connections,  service  pressure- 
temperature  ratings  for  steel  pipei 1098 

Materials,  nodular  cast  Iron 1. 9022 

General;   scppe _l 9022 

Pumping  arrangements  and  piping  systenu..  1098,  9022 
Pressure  vessels: 
See  also  Boilers. 
Unflred  pressure  vessels: 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350 

Design  and  construction;  cylindrical  shells  in 

heads t 9021 

General  requirements;  scope 9021 

Repairs  to.    iSee  Repairs. 
Repairs,  to  boilers,  unflred  pressure  vessels  and  ap- 
purtenances; welding  repairs: 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed ..     1350 

To  all  chacks  permitted  to  be  repaired 9022 

To  boilers;  patches  in  shells  and  tube  sheets, 

change  of  reference ^1098 

To  castings ;  hydrostatic  tests  after  completing  re- 
pairs to  defective  castings,  editorial  change 1098 

Welding: 
Arc  and  gas  welding,  and  brazing: 

Arc  welding  electrodes 9022 

Welded  piping . .    9022 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350 

Tests  and  inspections,  spot  radiographing  ex- 
amination; change  of  reference 1098 

Welding  repairs  to  boilers  and  unflred  pressure 
vessels.     See  Repairs. 
Medical  care  for  dependents  of  members  of  uniformed 

services.  Defense  Department  regulation 8577 

Merchant  Marine  Councfl;  notice  of  hearing  on  pro- 
posed changes  in 'navigation  and  vessel  inspec- 
tion regulations.. 1350,  1901,  6713,  7250 

Merchant  marine  officers  and  seamen: 
Access  to  vessels  and  waterfront  facilities.    See 

Security. 
Motorboat  operators.    See  Officers.  , 

Officers;  licensing,  registration,  etc.: 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed .    1350 

Deck  officers: 
General  requirements.    See  General  require- 
ments. 
Professional  requirements  (inspected  vessels); 
examination  for  license  of  river  steam  or 

motor  vessels .    8972 

Engineer  officers: 
General  requirements.    See  General  require- 
ments. 


\ 


COAST  GUARD— Continued  v  ***8e 

Merchant  marine  officers  and  seamen — Continued 
Officers;  licensing,  registration,  etc. — Continued 
-    Engineer  officers — Continued 

Professional  requirements  (inspected  vessels) ; 

grade  and  type  of  licenses  issued 8972 

General  requirements,  for  deck  officers*  licenses; 
raise  of  grade,  renewal  of  license,  sea  service 

as  member  of  Armed  Forces,  etc 8971 

Staff  officers;  grade  of  certificates  issued,  ex- 
perience, etc 8972 

Seamen : 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed ,    1350 

Tankerman,  physical  requirements 8972 

Shipment  and  discharge: 
Crew  list;  Customs  and  Immigration  Form  1-418, 
Combined  Passenger  and  Crew  List,  procure- 
ment of - .—  10502 

Shipping  articles:  certification  of 9653 

Military  explosives,  transportation  of.    See  Explosives 

or  other  dangerous  articles. 
Military  personnel: 
Cadets  of  the  Coast  Guard: 

Physical  requirements,  competitive  examination. 

appointment,  etc 725,3680 

Separation  from  Academy  and  Service  for  mis- 
conduct, inaptitude,  or  physical  disability; 
right   of   appeal   to   Secretary   reserved   to 

cadets 39 

Civilians,  appointment  as  commissioned  officers, 
chief  warrant  officers  and  warrant  officers: 
Licensed  officers  of  United  States  Merchant  Ma- 
rine; eligibility,  examinations,  etc 1198,  5485 

Authorization  of  Commandant  to  revoke  cer- 
tain regulations  respecting  qualifying  ex- 
aminations        995 

Physical  standards 1198 

Coast  Guard  Reserve,  United  States,  regulations: 
Instructions  and  training;  training  of  reserves: 

Multiple  training  periods 5623 

Training  categories 5623 

Training  duty  with  pay 5623 

Pay,  allowances,  and  compensation;  active  duty 
pay  and  allowances: 

Pay  and  allowances,  Standby  Reservists 5624 

Pay  groups 5624 

Subsistence  and  rations 8657 

Physical  examinations  dnd  standards: 
Examinations,  physical: 

Completeness  of -    6021 

For  short  periods  of  training  duty 6020 

Persons  authorized  to  conduct 6020 

Reports  and  records  of;  upon  notification  of 

promotion 6021 

Standards,  physical 6020 

Procurement: 
Appointment  of  officers,  original: 
Chief  warrant  and  warrant  officers,  educa- 
tional   and   professional   requirements; 

revocation 5621 

Educational  and  professional  requirements —    5621 

Entrance  examinations,  revocation _    5621 

Reappointment  requirements,  revocation —    5621 
Temporary  Reservistsr  procurement  of.  by 
Commandant  for  duty  under  conditions 

prescribed  by  him 5621 

Enlistments  and  reenlistments : 

Direct  enlistment  program 5621 

Early  release  procurement  program — * 5621 

General  provisions 5621 

Release  procurement  program ,-    5621 

Pr(»notion;  advancements  and  changes  in  ratings 

—        of  enlisted  men 2618 

Ready  and  Standby  Reserves: 

Ready  Reserve  of  Coast  Guard  Reserve,  enlist- 
ments in  (Executive  Order  10667) 3141 

Screening  of  Ready  Reserve,  and  providing  for 
transfer  of  members  to  and  from  Standby 

Reserve  (Executive  Order  10651) 169 

Selection  of  certain  persons  with  critical  skills 
for  enlistment  in  Ready  Reserve  (Execu- 
tive Order  10650)— - 167 

Transfers  to  and  placement  in  reserve  cate- 
gories; Ready  Reserve  and  Standby  Re- 
serve ._..._..-_-__-l-......----.-...— ..    2618' 

80000— fi7 7 


COAST  GUARD— Continued  p*b« 

Military  personnel— Continued 
Coast  Guard  Reserve,  United  States,  regulations—* 
Continued 
Transfers  to  and  placement  in  reserve  categories: 
Accredited  training  program: 

Between    anniversary    date    first    occurring 
subsequent  to  June  30,  1953  and  August 

9,    1955 : 5622 

Subsequent  to  Augvist*9,  1955 - 5622 

Ready  Reserve,  assignment  to 5622 

Retired  Reserve,  assignment  to;  revocation 5623 

Satisfactory  participation  in  accredited  train- 
ing program 5622 

Standby  Reserve,  assignment  to 5622 

Functions  of  Commandant  respecting  variojos  mat- 
ters affecting  personnel 39,698,995 

Reserve,  Ready  and  Standby.    See  Coast  Guard 
Reserve. 
Motorboat   operators,   licensing   of.    See   Merchant 

marine  officers  and  seamen. 
Nautical  schools: 

Changes  in  regulationis  proposed 1350 

Public  nautical  school  ships;  lifesaving  equipment, 

motor  lifeboat  equipment 6713 

Navigation  regulations: 
Aids  to  navigation: 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350 

Plxed  structures;  functions  of  Commandant  re- 
specting  establishment,   maintenance,   and 

operation 5852 

Functions  of  Commandant  respecting  compensa- 
tory absence  of  military  personnel  at  isolated 

aids  to  navigation 698 

Navigation  requirements  for  certain  inland  waters; 
boundary  lines  of  inland  waters: 
Atlantic  coast : 

Delaware  Bay  and  tributaries 9214 

Georgia;  St.  Simon  Sovmd,  St.  Andrew  Sound, 

and  Cumberland  Sound . 921^ 

Maine : 

Harbors 921Z 

West  Quoddy  Head__ 9213 

Massachusetts : 

Cape  Arm  Lighthouse —    9213 

Harbors 9213 

New  Hampshire;  harbors 9213 

New  York;  New  York  Harbor__ 1 9214 

Gulf  Coast: 

Alabama;  Mdbile  Bay __  5748.9214 

Louisiana;  Mississippi  Passes 5748,9214 

Texas;  Sabine 'Pass —    5748 

Pacific  Coast: 
California: 

San  Francisco  Harbor , 9214 

San  Pedro  Bay 9214 

Oregon;  Colmnbia  River  entrance 9214 

Puerto  Rico;  Sonda  de  Vieques 9214 

Virgin  Islands;  St.  Thomas  Harbor,  St.  Thomas.    9214 
Passenger  vessels: 

See  also  Small  psussenger  vessels. 
Construction  and  arrangement: 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed • 1350 

Fire  protection: 

General;  woodwork  insulated^and  lamp  room —     6710 

Structural;  furniture  and  furnishings _    6710 

Rails  and  guards;  where  rails  are  required 6710 

General  provisions;   changes  in  regulations  pro- 
posed      6713 

Lifesaving  equipment: 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350 

Embarkation  aids;  ladders ■—. —    6710 

Lifeboats,  equipment  for: 

Tool  kits  (motor-propelled  lifeboats  only) 6710 

Water  (quarts  per  person) 6710 

Operations: 
Log  book  entries;  official  log  entries  of  number 

of  passengers  carried 2521 

Tests,  drills,  and  inspections;  fire  and  boat  drills, 

deletion  respecting  master's  monthly  report.    2521 
Pay,  allowances,  etc.:  Coast  Guard  Reserve,  active 

duty.    See  Military  personnel. 
Poisonous  articles,  transportation  of.    See  Explosives 

or  other  dangerous  articles. 
Public  nautical  school  ships.    See  Nautical  schools. 


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ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


COAST  GUARD— Continued  Pag* 

Records.  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records. 
Reserve.  Coast  Guard.    See  Military  personnel. 
Reserve  ofiBcers;  functions  of  Commandant  respecting 
ordering  officers  to  active  duty  or  active  duty  for 

training  purposes 5068 

Safety  of  life  and  property;  safety  equipment  and 
other  matters  relating  to  promotion  of,  on  outer 
Continental  Shelf.    See  Continental  Shelf. 
Schools,  nautical.    See  Nautical  schools. 
Security  of  vessels,  harbors,  and  waterfront  facilities: 
Coast  Guard  Districts;  Captain  of  Port  Office,  Nor- 
folk-Newport News  area,  change  of  address —      502 
Control  over  movement  of  vessels,  advance  notice 
of  vessel's  time  of  arrival  to  Captain  of  Port, 

U.  S.  Coast  Guard 9565 

Port  Isabel,  Tex.,  change  of  address  and  descrip- 
tion of  Captain  of  Port  Office  and  Port  Area, 

notice 7255 

Identification  of  persons: 

Credentials  for  persons  requiring  access  to  water- 
front facilities  or  vessels 2940.  9339 

Merchant  marine  personnel.    See  Merchant  ma- 
rine personnel. 
Merchant  marine  personnel: 

See  also  Identification  of  per-sons. 
Special    validation    endorsement    on    Merchant 
Mariner's   document,   for   emergency   serv- 
ice   2814,  2940 

Ships'  stores  and  supplies  on  board  vessels,  use  of 
dangerous  articles  as.    See  Explosives  or  other 
dangerous  articles. 
Small  passenger  vessels  (not  more  than  65  feet  in 

length),  proposed  rule  making 6713 

Specifications,  for  various  types  of  equipment  and 
,  equipment: 

]      Electrical  equiimient: 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350 

Pire-protective   systems 9032 

Loudspeaker  system,  emergency 9042 

Lifesaving  equipment: 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350 

Ladders,  embarkation-debarkation  (flexible) ,  for 

merchant  vessels _ 6711 

Materials,  incombustible,  for  merchant  vessels 7249 

Tank  vessels: 
Equipment,    machinery,    and    hull    requirements, 
special: 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350 

Safety  requirements;  rails , —     6709 

Fire-fighting   equipment;   changes  in  regulations 

proposed 1350,  7250 

General  provisions;  changes  in  regulations  pro- 
posed   1350,  6713 

Inspection  and  certification;  changes  in  regulations 

proposed 7250 

,     Lifesavirg  appliances: 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350,  7250 

Lifeboats,  equipment  for: 

Tool  kit  (motor-propelled  lifeboats  only) 6709 

Water  (quarts  per  person) 6709 

•     Liquefied  petroleum  gases;  changes  in  regulations 

proposed 7250 

Liquids,  inflammable  or  combustible,  having  lethal 
characteristics;  changes  in  regulations  pro- 
posed   -    7250 

Operations: 
Cargo  handling;  transportation  of  other  cargo  or 

stores  on  tank  barges ..1 6709 

Changes  in  regulations  proposed 1350, 1901 

Officers  and  crews;  watchmen  for  manned  tank 

vessel 67091 

Trust  Territory  of  Paciflc  Islands;  Interior  Depart- 
ment vessels  operated  by  Paciflc  Micronesian 
Lines,  Inc.,  furnishing  transportation  for.  waiver 
of  navigation  and  vessel  inspection  laws  and  reg- 
ulations respecting 3226,  3227 

Uninspected  vessels  (motorboats  and  steam  vessels) ; 
general     provisions,     small     passenger     vessels 

changes  in  regulations  proposed 6713 

Waiver  of  navigation  and  vessel  inspection  laws  and 
regulations,  respecting: 
Deeper  loading  of  coastwise  tank  ships 10252. 10254 


COAST  GUARD-r-Continued  P*R«» 

Waiver  of  navigation  and  vessel  inspection  laws  and 
regulations,  respecting — Continued 
Interior   department   vessels   operated   by  Paciflc 
Micronesian  Lines,  Inc.,  In  Trust  Territory  of 

Pacific  Islands. 3226,  3227 

COLUMBUS  DAY,  1956  (Proclamation  3159) 7425 

COMMERCE  DEPARTMENT: 
See  Business  and  Defense  Services  Administration, 
Business  Economics.  Office  of. 
Census  Bureau. 

Civil  Aeronautics  Administration, 
Civil  Aeronautics  Board. 
Coast  and  Geodetic  Survey. 
Defense  Air  Transportation  Administration, 
Foreign  Commerce  Bureau. 
Foreign-Trade  Zones  Board. 
-    Maritime  Administration  and  Federal  Maritime 
Board. 
National  Bureau  of  Standards. 
National  Shipping  Authority. 
Patent  Office. 
Public  Roads  Bureau. 
Weather  Bureau. 
Alaska  Road  Commission  (transferred  to  Commerce 
Department  from  Interior  Department  by  section 
107  (b)  of  Federal-Aid  highway  Act  of  1956)  : 
Memorandum  of  agreement  between  Departments 

in  connection  with 6395 

Transfer  of  functions: 

To  Commerce  Department 6295 

To  Public  Roads  Bureau 6682 

Appeals  Board ;  decisions  jespecting  suspension  of  cer- 
tain expwrt  license  privileges: 
Amsterdamsche  Maatschappij   voor  Industrie  en 

Handel — "Hydrocarbon" 468V 

Benchimol  &  Co 7301 

Chemische  Industrie  "Den  Haag",  N.  V 1942 

Cohn,  Ernst 4686 

Confidential  Overseas  Forwarding,  Inc 4234 

Continental  Import  and  Export  Co.,  N.  V 2203 

De  Pesters.  C.  A 1942 

Enter,  Ray  H .: 1737 

General  Export  Clothing  Corp 3703, 5240 

HoUsrwood  Enterprises . 7301 

Kass.  Lila -.. 3703 

Lijnzaad,  D.,  N.  V.,  Transport  en  Handelmaat- 

schappij 2853 

Lijnzaad.  Dirk 2853 

Nedimtrans,  N.  V 2853 

Philippi,  Herbert  James 4686 

Stemmler,  Carl  Herman  Ferdinand '1942 

Stemmler-Index,  N.  V 1942 

Trans-International  Forwarders,  Inc 8413 

Van  de  Looveren,  Anthonius  M.  M.,  and  A.  M.  M. 

Van  de  Looveren,  N.  V ,  6075 

Appointments  without  compensation  and  statements 
of  financial  interests  under  Defense  Production 

Act 163. 

273.  340.  777.  1311,  1329,  1520,  1608,  1665,  1736. 
,1737,  2114.  2130,  2131,  2292,  2303,  2494,  2666. 
ti.2795,  2796,  3127,  3128,  3233,  3234.  3393.  3464, 
3728,  3943,  4030.  4298,  4639,  4640,  4894.  4936, 
«240.  5463.  5511.  5596.  5991.  6048,  6098,  6200. 
6307,  6308,  6421.  6585.  6586,  6720,  6721.  6845, 
6846,  7301,  7351,  7419,  7553.  7581.  7656.  7809, 
7834.  8070.  8123,  8197.  8245,  8372.  8514.  8545. 
8706,  8892,  8993,  8994,  9198,  9336,  9389,  9685, 
9727,  9749,  9750.  9927,  9985,  9997,  9998,  10259, 
10319,  10346.  10521. 
Authority,  delegation  of: 
By  Secretary,  to  various  officials: 
Administrative  Operations  Office,  Director;  au- 
thority respecting  contracts 6718 

Business  and  Defense  Services  Administration, 
Foreign  Excess  Property  Officer: 
Madsen,  Oscar  T.;  authority  to  serve  as  actin? 

Foreign  Excess  Property  Officer 6396 

Way.  Howard  E.;  appointment  and  authority 
to  make  determinations  respecting  appli- 
cations to  import  foreign  excess  property.-    6396 


COMMERCE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  P^se 

Authority,  delegation  of — Continued 
By  Secretary,  to  various  officials — Continued 
Civil  Aeronautics  Administrator: 
Contracts  for^uopi^  and  services  relating  to 
traffic  ^fiTTll'ur,  air  navigation  and  commu- 
nication   facilities    of    Federal    Airways 
System,  negotiation  without  advertising- _    8090 

Lease  of  space  at  Honolulu,  Hawaii 7159 

Heads  of  primary  organization  units;  authority 

respecting  contracts 6718 

Public  Roads  Commissioner: 
Contracts   for   professional   engineering    and 
accounting  services  and  for  research  work 
in  connection  with  highway  program;  ne- 
gotiation without  advertising 8090 

Exercise  of  authority  vested  in  Commissioner 
prior  to  enactment  of  Public  Law  966,  84th 
Congress,  pending  appointment  of  Federal 

Highway  Administrator 6356 

From  General  Services  Administrator: 

.  Advance  payments  in  connection  with  contracts 

negotiated  without  advertising 7420 

Contracts  for  engineering  and  accounting  serv- 
ices and  research  work  in  connection  with 
highway  program  of  Public  Roads  Bureau..  7259 
Contracts  for  supplies  and  services  relating  to 
traffic  control,  air  navigation  and  commu- 
nication facMities  of  Federal  Airways  Sys- 
tem  — — 7556 

Lease  of  space  at  Honolulu,  Hawaii 6425 

Police  force  for  protection  of  National  Bureau  of 

Standards  installations 5469 

Boards: 
Appeals  Board;  suspension  of  export  licenses.    See 

Appeals  Board. 
Telecommunications  Advisory  Board,  representa- 
tion on 2682 

Civil  defense;  dispersion  and  protective  construction 

responsibilities 270 

Construction,  protective.    See  Civil  defense. 
Contracts: 
Authority  delegations  respecting.    See  under  Au- 
thority. 

Responsibility  of  prospective  contractors 6719 

Dispersion  and  protective  construction  responsi- 
bilities   1 ^ 270 

E&sential  activities  list,  issuance  by  Secretary  of  Com- 
merce (Executive  Order  10650) 167 

Executive  Reserve ;  establishment  and  administration 

of  unit  in  Commerce  Department 3804 

Services  and  publications  of  Department,  charges 

for;   revision --     1848 

Special  services  and  studies  of  Census  Bureau.    See 
m.ain  heading  Census  Bureau. 
Foreign  excess  property: 

Authority  delegation  to  Foreign  Excess  Property 
Officer,  Business  and  Defense  Services  Admin- 
•    istration.    See  Authority. 
Importation  of  non-agricultural  property;  cancel- 
lation, rescission,  and  revocation  of  authoriza- 
tions, licenses,  approvals,  etc.,  issued  prior  to* 
December  31. 1955  (Order  No.  1.  Supp.  D—  6491, 7717 
General  Counsel.  Office  of.    See  Organization. 
Immigration  quotas: 

Sudan  (Proclamation  3147) .. 5127 

Tunisia  (Proclamation  3158) 7423 

International  Trade  Fairs  Office;  establishment,  au- 
thority, and  functions,  supersedure  of  prior  estab- 
lishment order '. 3803 

Liquidation  Division;  preservation  of  certain  records 
of  former  Office  of  Price  Administration  to  Janu- 
ary 1,  1958 — 10275 

Merchant  Marine  Academy;  persons  from  American 
Republics  permitted  to  receive  instruction,  desig- 
nation of  (Executive  Order  10661) 1315 

Merchant  Marine  Cadet  Corps;  persons  from  Ameri- 
can Republics  permitted  to  receive  instruction, 

designation  of  (Executive  Order  10661) 1315 

Organization  and  functions: 
See  also  Authority. 
Area  Development  Office;  establishment  as  primary 

organization  unit 6719 


COMMERCE  DEPARTMENT— Continued 

Organization  and  functions — Continued 

Assistant  Secretary  of  Commerce  for  Administra- 
tion;  functions  respecting  administration  of 

Executive  Reserve  Program  of  Department 

Census  Bureau ;  establishment  and  functions  of  Eco- 
nomic Operations  Division,  Housing  Division, 

an^  Population  Division 

International   Trade   Fairs   Office;    establishment, 
authority  and  functions,  supersedure  of  prior 

order * 

Office  of  (3eneral  Counsel 

Transfer  of  legal  functions  performed  in  Census 
Bureau,  Foreign  Commerce  Bureau,  Business 
and  Defense  Services  Administration,  and 
National  Bureau  of  Standards  to  Office  of 

General  Counsel 

Under  Secretary  of  Commerce  for  "^ansportation. 
Publications,  charges  for.     See  Pees.  ^  «■ 

Records,  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records. 
Services,  charges  for.    See  Pees. 
Under  Secretary  of  Commerce  for  Transportation. 

duties  and  responsibilities » 

Vending  stands;  operation  by  blind  persons 


51 

Page 

3805 
6720 


3803 
2129 


5511 
2129 


2129 
4242 


COMMITTEES  AND  BOARDS: 

Advisory  Board  for  Agency  Policy  Coordination,  Hous- 
ing and  Home  Finance  Agency,  organization  de- 
scription. See  Housing  and  Home  Finance 
Agency. 
Agricultural  Stabilization  and  Conservation  Commit- 
tees. See  Agriculture  Department. 
Air  Coordinating  Committee;  providing  for  additional 
member  and  consultation  with  international 
bodies  concerned  with  civil  jiviation  (Executive 

Order  10655) . 665 

Appeals  Board,  Commerce  Department;  decisions  re- 
specting suspension  of  export  license  privileges. 
See  Commerce  Department. 
Army  Emergency  Facilities  Depreciation  Board.    See 

Army  Department. 
Blind-made    products,    purchases    of.      See    Blind- 
Made  Products,  Committee  on  Purchases  of. 
European  Migration,  Interdepartmental  Committee 
for ;  policy-making  functions  of  International  Co- 
operation Administration  respecting,  termination 

(Executive  Order   10663) 1845 

Executive  Reserve  program,  committees  in  connection 
with : 
Advisory  Committee  to  Director  of  Defense  Mobili- 
zation;  establishment 1270 

Interagency  Executive  Reserve  Committee:  estab- 
lishment to  advise  on  coordination  of  programs —    1269 
Federal  Registei*  Administrative  Committee:  regula- 
tions.    See     Federal     Register     Administrative 
Committee.  i 

Foreign-trade  zone  regulations.    See  Foreign-Trade 

Zones  Board. 
Government  Contracts  Committee.    See  Government 

Contracts  Committee. 
Gratuity  Clause  Board,  Army  Department;  establish- 
ment, composition,  procedure,  etc 4288 

Health  Advisory  Board,  Interagency;  establishment  in 

Office  of  Defense  Mobilization,  membership ._  3838, 7491 
Imports,  investigation  of.    See  Reciprocity  Informa- 
tion Committee. 
International     Organizations     Employees     Loyalty 
Board;  travel  and  subsistence  allowances  of  ap- 
plicants and  employees 5249 

Labor  disputes ;  emergency  boards  to  investigate.    See 

National  Mediation  Board. 
National  Voluntary  Mortgage  Credit  Extension  Com- 
mittee; organization  description 10189 

Naval  boards,  cases  involving  physical  disability.    See 

Navy  Department. 
Patent  Compensation  Board.    See  Atomic  Energy 

Commission.  , 

Personnel    Security    Boards.    See    Atomic    Energy 

Commission. 
President's  Advisory  Committee  on  Energy  Supplies 
and  Resources  Policy;  appvointment  of  advisors 
without  compensation  to  Task  Force  by  Office  of 
Defense  Mobilization 6730, 6731, 6732 


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ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


COMMITTEES  AND  BOARDS — Continued  Page 

Pi-esident's  Board  of  Consultants  on  I\)reign  Intelli- , 
gence  Activities;  establishment  (Executive  Order 
10656) 859 

Reciprocity  Information  Committee;  trade  agreement 
invtstigations.  See  Reciprocity  Information  Com- 
mittee. 

Regional  mobilization  committees  and  Central  Com- 
mittee on  Regional  Mobilization;  functions,  re- 
sponsibilities, etc . 5191 

Science  Advisory  Committee,  Office  of  Defense  Mobili- 
zation; appointments  without  compensation  and 
statements  of  business  interests  under  Defense 
Production  Act  of  1950 757,  758 

Scientific,  Engineering,  and  Specialized  Personnel 
State  Advisory  Committees;  recommendations  on 
enlistment  in  Ready  Reserve  by  registrants  with 
critical  skills  (Executive  Order  10650) 167 

Selective  Service  boards,  appeals  to  and  appearance 
before.    See  Selective  Service  System. 

Subversive  organizations,  designation  of.  See  Sub- 
versive Activities  Control  Board. 

Telecommunications  Advisory  Board,  establishment 
in  Office  of  Defense  Mobilization,  and  member- 
ship  2682.  5866 

Titanium  Advisory  Committee;  membership 7444 

Validation  Board  for  German  Dollar  Bonds;  certifica- 
tion required  in  transaction  in  detached  coupons 
from  unvalidated  German  dollar  bonds 7524 

Voluntary  plans  of  various  committees  in  connection 
with  industries,  business,  etc.  See  Defense  Mo- 
bilization, Office  of;  and  Small  Business  Admin- 
istration. 

Youth  fitness;  establishment  of  President's  Citizens 
Advisory  Committee  on  the  Fitness  of  American 
Youth  and  PresidAt's  Council  on  Youth  Fitness 
(Executive  Order  10673) 5341 

COMMODITY   CREDIT  CORPORATION: 

Agricultural  Trade  Development  and  Assistance  Act 
of  1954,  administration  of;  International  Cooper- 
ation Administration  designated  as  agency  to 
which  funds  required  for  ocean  freight  costs 
under  Title  II  of  Act  may  be  transferred  by  Cor- 
poration (Executive  Order  10685) 8261 

Authority,  delegations  of,  with  respect  to  certain 

Commodity  Credit  Corporation  activities 2957,  5659 

Barley : 

See  also  Grains, 

Loan  and  purchase  agreement  programs: 

1955;    notice  respecting   presence   of   poisonous 
substances    rendering    barley    ineligible    for 

loan  and  purchase 713 

1956 4004,  4785,  5982,  6745.  7931 

Eligibility  of  barley  stored  in  w£tfehouses  not 
approved   under  Uniform   Grain  Storage 

Agreement,  notice  E>ertaining  to 10448 

Price  support  program,  1956;  notice  of  final  date  for 
redemption    under    warehouse-storage    loans 

made  under  program 10017 

Reseal  loan  program,  1954;  notice  respecting  pres- 
ence of  poisonous  substances  rendering  barley 

ineligible  for  loan 713 

Beans,  dry  edible: 

See  also  Grains,  and  related  commodities. 
Loan  and  purchase  agreement  programs:  > 

1955:  i 

Notice  respecting  presence  of  poisonous  sub- 
stances rendering  beans  ineligible  for  loan 

and  purchase 713 

New  York  dry  edible  bean  purchase  program: 

i  notice    respecting    presence    of  poisonous 

substances  rendering  beans  ineligible  for 

^  purchase— 713 

1956 5159 

Price  support  program,  1956;  notice  of  final  date  for 
redemption    under    warehouse-storage    loans 

made  under  program 10017 

Butterfat.     See  Dairy  products. 
Commodities  acquired  through  price  support  opera- 
tions;   sales    of    certain    commodities    at    fixed 
prices  (domestic  and  export  sales  lists) ,  for  year 
1956: 

January 305,  596 

February 872,  1377 

March 1571,  1704 

April 2314,  2572,  2851 


COMMODITY  CREDIT  CORPORATION—Continued      ^^e^ 
Commodities  acquired  through  price  support  opera- 
tions;   sales   of    certain    commodities    at   fixed 
prices  (domestic  and  export  sales  lists) ,  for  year 
1956 — Continued 

May 3128,  3610 

June 4026 

July 5195.  5547 

August 6077 

September 6891,  7193 

October 7748.  8122 

November 8707,  9300 

December 9915,  9917 

Contracting  officers;  Agricultural  Stabilization  and 
Conservation  County  Office  Managers,  delegation 
of  authority  to  act  with  respect  to  1956-crop  cot- 
tdnseed  purchase  program,  in  cotton-produc- 
ing States 3610 

Corn: 
See  also  Grains. 
Loan  and  purchase  agreement  programs: 

1955 3411 

Notice  respecting  presence  of  poisonous  sub- 
stances rendering  corn  ineligible  for  loan 

or  purchase 713 

1956 7175,  8233 

Eligibility  of  corn  stored  in  warehouses  not  ap- 
proved    under    Uniform    Grain    Storage 

Agreement,  notice  pertaining  to 10448 

Price  support  programs: 

1955;  compliance  requirements  for  producers 2741 

1956 6985 

f^nal  date  for  redemption  under  warehouse- 
storage  loans  made  under  program,  notice 

of _ 10017 

Reseal  loan  programs: 

1953;  re-extended . 5558 

Notice  respecting  presence  of  poisonoiis  sub- 
stances rendering  corn  ineligible  for  loans.       713 

1954,  extended 4037 

Notice  respecting  presence  of  poisonous  sub- 
stances rendering  corn  ineligible  for  loans.      713 

J955,  exteqded 4038.7711 

Cotton : 

Export  program 5683.9048 

Loan  programs: 
1^55: 
Carrying  loans  in  past-due  status  and  purchase 

of  cotton 5079 

Lending  agency  agreement,  compensation,  and 

Jncrease  in  interest  rate 824 

1956 __ .. 3856.7511 

Compression  of  cotton  to  standard   density;    ' 

payment  of  compression  charges  for 7511 

Extra  long  staple  cotton,  minimum  loan  rates 

for  eligible  qualities  of 6161 

Upland  cotton: 
Farm-stored,  schedule  of  basic  loan  rates  by 

counties *     6161 

Warehouse  locations,  schedule  of  basic  loan 

rates  by 6210.  6331 

C#tonseed : 

Loan  program,  1956 3481 

Purchase  program,  1956 .    3483 

Contracting  officers  for.    See  Contracting  officers. 
above. 
Dairy  products;  price  support  program,  for  milk  and 

butterfat  (April  1.  1956-March  31,  1957)— 2229. 

2557.  2597,  5787 
Emergency  feed  programs: 

1954;  termination ^ 3156 

1956 5079,  8791 

Export  programs.    See  Cotton ;  and  Wheat. 

Feed   programs,   emergency.     See  Emergency   feed 

programs. 
Flaxseed : 
See  also  Grains,  and  related  commodities. 
Loan  and  purchase  agreement  programs: 
1955: 
Notice  respecting  presence  of  poisonous  Sub- 
stances rendering   flaxseed  ineligible  for 

loan  and  purchase 713 

Support  rates,  basic  county;  Wyoming -Goshen 

County 1002 


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COMMODITY  CREDIT  CORPORATION-^Continued      Pa«« 
Flaxseed' — Continued  ^ 
Loan  and  purchasemgreement  programs — Con. 

1956 4265. 4545. 6747 

Eligibility  of  flaxseed  stored  in  warehouses  not 
approved   under  Uniform  Grain  Storage 

Agreement,  notice  pertaining  to 10448 

Price  support  program,  1956;  notice  of  final  date 
for  redemption  under  warehouse-storage  loans 

made  under  program 10017 

Purchase  program,  for  1956  Texas  flaxseed 2137, 

»  4313, 4545 

Reseal    loan    program.    1954;    notice    respecting 
presence   of    poisonous   substances   rendering 

flaxseed  ineligible  for  loan 713 

Funds  required  for  ocean  freight  costs  under  Agri- 
cultural Trade  Development  and  Assistance  Act  of 
1954;  transfer  of.  to  International  Cooperation 

Administration 8261 

Grain  sorghums : 
See  also  Grains. 
Loan  and  purchase  agreement  programs: 

1955;   notice  respecting  presence   of   poisonous  . 
substances   rendering    grain   sorghvuns   in- 
eligible for  loan  or  purchase 713 

1956 4248.  4790.  6947,  7931 

Eligibility  of  grain  sorghums  stored  in  ware- 
houses not  approved  by  Uniform  Grain 
Storage  Agreement,  notice  pertaining  to___  10448 
Price  support  program,  1956;  notice  of  final  date 
for  redemption  under  warehouse-storage  loans 

made  under  program 10017 

Reseal    loan    program,    1954;    notice    respecting 
presence   of   poisonous   substances   rendering    • 

grain  sorghums  ineligible  for  loan 713 

Grains,  and  related  commodities: 
Farm-storage  facilities.    See  Storage  facilities. 
Lending  agency  agreement;  rates  of  compensation 
for  loans  made  pursuant  to  CCC  loan  programs 
for  1955  and  1956  crops,  and  for  reseal  loan 

programs  for  1954  crops 823, 3909 

Price  support  programs : 

See  also  specific  commodities. 
General  provisions: 

1955  crop;  liquidation  of  loans  and  delivery 
under  purchase  agreements 3211 

1956  crop . 3997 

Eligibility  of  grains  under  purchase  agree- 
ments stored  in  warehQuses  not  ap- 
proved imder  Uniform  Grain  Storage 
Agreement,  notice  pertaining  to 10448 

Final  dates  for  redemption  under  warehouse- 
storage    loans    made    under    program, 

notice   of— 10017 

Notice  respecting  presence  of  poisonous  sub- 
stances rendering  commodities  ineligible 

for  price  support 713 

Storage  facilities:  farm  storage: 

Farm-storage  facility  loan  program,  1956 4069 

Mobile  drying  equipment  (air-circulators,  ven- 
tilators, tunnels,  power-fans,  etc.)  for  farm 
commodities,  1956  program  to  finance  pur- 
chase of - 4044 

Gum.    See  Naval  stores. 
Honey: 

See  also  Grains,  and  related  commodities.  ' 

Price  support  program,  1956 2403 

International  Wheat  Agreement;  wheat  and  wheat- 
flour  export  program  pursuant  to.    See  Wheat. 
Lending  agency  agreement;  rate  of  compensation  for 
loans  made  pursuant  to  CCC  loan  programs  for 
1955  and  1956  crops,  and  for  reseal  loan  programs 

for  1954  crops 823,3909 

Letters  of  credit  Issued  to  or  In  favor  of  Commodity 
Credit  Corporation;  authority  of  Director  and 
Chief  of  Fiscal  Division  of  C:SS  Commodity  Offices 

to  consent  to  reductions  or  cancellation 5659 

Milk.    See  Dairy  products. 
Mohair;  payment  programs: 

1955;  announcement  of  no  payments  to  producers, 
as  national  average  return  was  above  support  , 

level  for  marketing  year 4530 

1956 2611 

Naval  stores;  gum  price  support  loan  program,  1956 —    1255 


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COMMODITY  CREDIT  CORPORATION — Continued 

Oats: 
See  also  Grairvs. 
Loan  and  purchase  agreement  programs: 

1955 ;    notice   respecting   presence   of    poisonous         '    " 
substances  rendermg  oats  ineligible  for  loan 

and  purchase 713 

1956 _!N^— _^ 4007.  4792,  5031,  5566,  6746 

Eligibility  dS^oats  stored  in  warehouses  not  ap- 
proved   under    Uniform    Grain    Storage 

Agreement,  notice  pertaining  to 10448 

Price  support  program,  1956;  notice  of  final  date 
for  redemption  under  warehouse -storage  loans 

made  under  progran^ 10017 

Reseal  loan  programs: 

1954;    notice   respecting   presence   of  poisonous 
substances    rendering    oats    ineligible    for 

loan - 713 

1955 2916 

Oilseeds.    See  Flaxseed;  Soybeans;  and  Tung  nuts. 
Peanuts: 

See  also  Grains,  and  related  commodities. 
Price  support  programs: 

1955;  purchase  of  No.  2  shelled  peanuts 1629 

1956 : •- 5982 

Records.  non-F'ederal:  retention  reqvarements.     See 

main  heading  Records. 
Rice: 

See  also  Grains. 

Loan  and  purchase  agreement  programs: 
1955: 
Notice  respecting  presence  of  poisonous  sub- 
stances rendering  rice  ineligible  for  loan 

and  purchase 713 

Settlement  provisions  on  farm-storage  rice.  573,  2609 

1956 5813.  7180 

Price  support  program,  1956 4425 

Notice  of  final  date  for  redemption  uiider  ware- 
house-storage loans  made  under  program.  _  10017 
Rye: 
See  also  Grains. 
Loan  and  purchase  agreement  programs: 

1955;  notice  respecting  presence  of  poisonous  sub- 
stances rendering  rye  ineligible  for  loan  and 

purchase 713 

1956 4040.  4796,  5031,  6950,  8267 

Eligibility  of  rye  stored  In  warehouses  not  ap- 
proved   under    Uniform    Grain    Storage 

Agreement,  notice  pertaining  to 10448 

Price  support  program,  1956;  notice  of  final  date  for 
redemption    under    warehouse-storage    loans 

made  undej-  program 1001.7 

Reseal  loan  program,  1954;  notice  respecting  pres- 
ence  of   poisonous  substances  rendering   rye 

ineligible  for  loan 713 

Soybeans: 

See  also  Grains. 

Loan  and  purchase  agreement  programs: 
1955: 
Notice  respecting  presence  of  poisonous  sub- 
stances rendering  soybeans  ineligible  for 

loan  and  purchase 713 

Support  rates,  basic  county;  Minnesota -Roseau 

County- 1001 

1956 7471. 7683,  8970.  9192 

Eligibility  of  soybeans  stored  in  warehouses  not 
approved   under  Uniform  Grain  Storage 

Agreement,  notice  pertaining  to 10448 

Price  suppK)rt  program,  1956;  notice  of  final  date 
for  redemption  under  warehouse-storage  loans 

made  under  program 10017 

Tobacco;  loan  programs: 

1955 ;  schedule  of  advances  to  growers  of  Puerto  Rico 

Tobacco,  type  46 ' 573 

1956 - 3863.  6855 

Schedules  of  advances  to  growers: 

Burley  tobacco,  type  31 9216 

Connecticut  Valley  broadleaf  tobacco,  type  51—    8847 
Connecticut  Valley  Havana  seed  tobacco,  type 

52- 8847 

Dark  air-cured  tobacco,  types  35  and  36.. 9216 

Flue-cured  tobacco 5259 

New  York  and  Permsylvania  Havani^  seed  to- 
bacco, type  53 8847 

Ohio  filler  tobacco,  types  42,  43,  and  44 8847 


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COMMODITY  CREDIT  CORPORATION — Continued 

Tobacco;  loan  programs — Continued 
1956 — Continued 
Schedules  of  advances  to  growers — Continued 
Tennessee   and  Kentucky   fire-cured   tobacco, 

types  22  and  23 9215 

Virginia  flre-cured  tobacco,  type  21 9215 

Virginia  sun-cured  tobacco,  type  37 9216 

Wisconsin: 

Northern  Wisconsin  tobacco,  type  55 8847 

Southern  Wisconsin  tobacco,  type  54 8847 

Tung  nuts : 

See  also  Grains,  and  related  commodities. 
Price  support  programs; 

1955 — 713 

1956  crop - — 8555 

Wheat: 

See  also  Grains. 
'  Export  programs: 

Flour  export  program:  cash  payment  (GR-346), 

terms  and  conditions 8741 

Wheat  export  program-payment  in  kind    (GR 

345),  terms  and  conditions 6627 

Wheat     and     wheat-flour     payment     program 
(IWA) : 

Redesignation  of  subchapter 5683 

Terms  and  conditions : , 

1955-56  program,  extension  of  period 4313 

1956-57  program 4645.6499.6748,8970 

Loan  and  purchase  agreement  programs: 

1955;   notice  respecting   presence  of   poisonous 
substances   rendering   wheat   ineligible    for 

loan  and  purchase 713 

1956 4000,  5560.  6743,  8232.  8307 

Eligibility  of  wheat  stored  in  warehouses  not 
approved  under  Uniform   Grain  Storage 

Agreement,  notice  pertaining  to 10448 

Price  support  program,  1956 331, 1509 

Notice  of  final  date  for  redemption  under  ware- 
house-storage loans  made  under  program 10017 

Reseal  loan  programs: 

1954 ;  notice  respecting  presence  of  poisonous  sub- 
stances rendering  wheat  ineligible  for  loan.      713 

1955 1691,  2965 

Wool :  ' 

Payment  programs: 

1955  programs: 

Pulled  wool  (lambs  and  yearlings) 1045. 

2743, 4530, 7843 

--Shorn  wool,  incentive  payment  program 1043, 

2741,  4530.  7841 

1956  programs: 

Pulled  wool  (unshorn  lambs) 1883,5311 

Shorn  wool,  incentive  payment  program 1877, 

5311,7817 
Price  support  programs;  1956  programs: 

Pulled  wool  (unshorn  lambs) ,  payment  program.     8650 

Shorn  wool,  incentive  pajrment  program 8650 

Tenns  of  sale  of  wool  owned  by  Commodity  Credit 
Cori>oratioh  (including  sales  by  competitive 
bids),  prohibition  on  exportation  or  re-expor- 
tation of  wool  purchased  pursuant  to 8533 

COMMODltY    EXCHANGE    AUTHORITY    (including 
Commodity  Exchange  Commission): 

Contract  market;  designation  of  Board  of  Trade  of 
Kansas  City,  Missouri,  as  contract  market  for 

soybeans ^ 6960 

General  regulations  under  Commodity  Exchange  Act; 
hedging  anticipated  requirements  of  processors 

and  manufacturers 5780.6913 

Orders  of  Commodity  Exchange  Commission,  limita- 
tions on  position  and  daily  trading  on  commodi- 
ties for  future  delivery ;  onions 1838,5575 

Records,  non-Pederal;  retention  requirements.     See 

main  heading  Records. 
Special  provisions  applicable  to  various  commodities: 
Pats;  amounts  fixed  for  reporting  on  certain  forms- 
Oils;  amounts  fixed  for  reporting  on  certain  forms. 
Onions;   reports  by  shippers,  mechandisers,  etc., 
holding  or  controlling  onion  futures  open  con- 
tracts of  specified  size 6142,  6617,  8284 

COMMUNITY  PACILmES  ADMINISTRATION.     See 
Housing  and  Home  Finance  Agency. 

COMPENSATION.    See  Pay,  allowances. 


9165 
9165 


COMPTROLLER  OF  CURRENCY  BUREAU:  ^'''se 

Defense  mobilization  responsibilitiM  for  preparedness 

measures  relating  to  banking  system 1127 

Records,  non-Pederal:  retention  requirements.     See 

main  heading  Records. 

CONELRAD,  radio  broadcast  station  operation  in  case 
of  enemy  air  attack.  See  Federal  Communications 
Commission. 

"CONFLICrr  OF  INTEREST"  STATUTES: 

Exemption  of  members  of  Executive  Reserve  not  full- 
time  Government  employees:  ^ 
Defense  mobilization  order  respecting.   See  Defense 
Mobilization.  Office  of. 

Executive  order  10660  respecting 1117 

Policy  of  Securities  and  Exchange  Commission  re- 
specting conflict  of  interest  with  official  duties 9290 

Without  compensation  employees:  statements  of  fi- 
nancial interests.     See  Air  Force  Department; 
Army  Department;  Business  and  Defense  Services 
Administraf ion ;  Commerce  Department;  Defense 
Mobilization,  Office  of;  General  Services  Adminis- 
tration; Interstate  Commerce  Commission;  and 
.   *    Labor  Department. 
CONSCIENTIOUS  OBJECTORS.    See  Justice  Depart- 
ment; and  Selective  Service  System. 

CONSERVATION  RESERVE  PROGRAM;  soU  bank. 
See  Agriculture  Department. 

CONSTITUTION  WEEK.  1956   (Proclamation  3151)  _.     6593 

CONSTRUCTION: 

Atomic  Energy  Commission  regulations  and  notices  of 
applications  for  construction  of  production  and 
,     utilization  facilities.    See  Atomic  Energy  Com- 
mission. 

Emergency  facilities.  See  Defense  Mobilization,  Office 
of. 

Federal  office  buildings  in  District  of  Colimibia.  See 
General  Services  Administration. 

Health  research  facilities,  grants  for  construction  of. 
See  Public  Health  Service. 

Labor  standards  provisions  for  contracts  covering 
Federally  financed  and  assisted  construction.  See 
Labor  Department. 

Protective  construction;  defense  mobilization  policy 
respecting.    See  Defense  Mobilization,  Office  of. 

School-construction  a^ssistance  in  areas  affected  by 
Federal  activities.    See  Education,  Office  of. 
CONTINENTAL  SHELF.  OUTER: 

Geological  and  geophysical  explorations;  authoriza- 
tion.   See  Interior  Department. 

Oil  and  gas  leases.    See  Land  Management  Bureau. 

Oil  and  gas  and  sulphur  operations.  See  Geological 
Survey. 

Safety  equipment  in  connection  with  artificial  islands 
and  fixed  structures.    See  Coast  Guard. 
CONTRACTS     COMMITTEE.     GOVERNMENT.    -  See 

Government  Contracts  Committee. 
CONTRACTS,  GOVERNMENT: 

See  also  Procurement. 

Authority  respecting  contracts,  leases,  etc.  See 
specific  agenciei. 

Labor  standards  provisions  in  contracts  for  Federally 
financed  and  assisted  construction.    See  Labor 
Department. 

Minimum  wage  determinations  under  Wals^i-Healey 
Public  Contracts  Act.  See  Public  Contracts  Di- 
vision. 

Nondiscrimination  requiremelits  In  Government  con- 
tracts.   See  Government  Contracts  Committee. 

Renegotiation  of  defense  contracts.  See  Renegotia- 
tion Board. 

Sale  or  lease  of  Government-owned  rubber  producing 
facilities  made  pursuant  to  Rubber  Producing 
Facilities  Disposal  Act  of  1953,  transfer  to  Fed- 
eral Facilities  Corporation  from  Rubber  Produc- 
ing Facilities  Disposal  Commission   (Executive 

Order   10678) 7199 

National-security  clause  and  recapture  clause  to  be 
administered  in  accordance  with  national  de- 
fense requirements  (Executive  Order  10678)—    7199 

COPYRIGHT  OFFICE,  LIBRARY  OF  CONGRESS: 

General  provisions  respecting  information,  fees,  cata- 
log, etc.;  revision —     6021 

Registration  of  claims  to  copyright;  revision .    6022 


COPYRIGHTS:  Pa«« 
Customs    regulations    respecting    recordation    and 
United  States  manufacturing  requirements.    See 
Customs  Bureau. 
Registration  of  claims.    See  Copyright  Office. 
COTTON,  long-staple,  imports  of;  modification  of  re- 
strictions (Proclamation  3145)-- 4995 

COURT,  DISTRICT.  OF  UNITED  STATES  FOR 
PUERTO  RI(X);  designation  of  Honorable  A.  Cecil 
Snyder  as  Acting  Judge  (Executive  Order  10653) —      235 

COURTS-MARTIAL  MANUAL,  paragraph  126c;  pun- 
ishment of  enlisted  personnel,  reduction  in  grade  at 
time  of  sentence  (Executive  Order  10652) 235 

CREDIT  UNIONS  BUREAU.  See  Federal  Credit  Unions 
Bureau. 

CRITICAL  MATERIALS.     See  Strategic  and  critical       ^ 
materials.  

CRITICAL  OCCUPATIONS  AND  ESSENTIAL  ACTIV- 
ITIES,  lists  of,  for  use  in  selecting  and  screening 
members  of  Ready  Reserve  (Executive  Order  10650, 

10651) 167. 169 

Publication  of  lists  by  Office  of  Defense  Mobilization.      439 

CRITICAL  SKILLS;  selection  of  certain  persons  having 
skills  for  enlistment  in  Ready  Reserve  (Executive 
Order  10650) —      W7 

CUSTOMS  BUREAU: 

Abandoned  articles,  disposition  of.     See  Disposition 

of  unclaimed  and  abandoned  merchandise.     . 
Accounting  procedure.    See  Financial  and  accounting 

procedure. 
Air  commerce  regulations: 

Certificate  of  lading  for  exportation 10 

Docimients  for  entry _ 9 

International  airport,  designation  of  Miller  Munic- 
ipal Airport,  McAllen.  Tex 3967,  5410 

Landing  requirements,  advance  notice  of  arrival.  _    9055 
Transportation  in  bond  and  merchandise  in  transit.  9 

Airports  of  entry;   international  airports.     See  Air 

commerce  regulations. 
Alimiina  to  be  used  in  producing  aluminum,  free  entry 

for  two-year  period ~^T 9564 

Antidumping  Act: 
Pr<x;edure  under: 
Conversion  of  currencies,  use  of  rates  certified  by 

Federal  Reserve  Bank  of  New  York 9613,  10482 

Modification  of  finding  with  respect  to  hardboard 

from  Sweden 9324 

Request  for  comments  respecting,  pursuant  to  Cus- 
toms Simplification  Act  of  1956 -    8122 

Appraisement  of  merchandise: 

Determination  of  value ' 2271,  6914 

Entry  by  appraisement 2270 

Examination  of  merchsmdise  pr<x;edure 5190 

Procedure  under  Antidumping  Act: 

Conversion  of  currencies,  use  of  rates  certified  by 

Federal  Reserve  Bank  of  New  York 9613, 10482 

Modification  of  finding  with  respect  to  hardboard 

from  Sweden 9324 

Armed  forces  personnel,  household  and  personal  ef- 
fects of.    See  Articles  conditionally  free :  passen- 
gers' baggage. 
Articles  conditionally  free,  subject  to  reduced  rate, 
etc.: 
Animals,  examination  of  purebred  dogs  and  cats  by 
customs  officers  at  airports  where  no  Agricul- 
ture Department  inspector  is  available 4869 

Art  works: 

American  artists,  works  of 2271 

"Declaration"  by  artist  substituted  for  "certifi- 
cate"      6914 

Form  3307  substituted  for  forms  3309.  3319,  and 

3343.  and  form  3325  for  form  3335 ,.—    4808 

Gobelin  tapestries ^ 2271 

Stained  or  painted  glass  windows  for  houses  of 

worship 7491 

Articles  exported  and  returned: 
Articles    exported    for    repairs,    alterations,    or 

processing 7212 

Certificates  of  foreign  shipper  and  box  maker 2271 

Domestic  products,  requirements  on  entry 2270 

Drums,  quicksilver  flasks,  etc 2271 

Exhibition,  etc.,  articles  exported  for  and  re- 
turned   . 2271, 6914 

Sho<riu  and  staves,  cloth  boards 2270 


CUSTOMS  BUREAU — Continued 

Articles  conditionally  free,  subject  to  reduced  rate, 
etc. — Continued 

Fisheries,  American,  products  of 

Free  entry,  articles  for  foreign  military  personnel 

and  families 

International  traffic: 

Automobiles,  boats,  saddle  horses 

Cables ..—  5089. 

Invoice  requirements  and  f^^emptions,  elimination 

of  consular  certification  on  form  138 

Passengers'  baggage 
Declaration  and  entry,  oral  declaration  for  krtlcles 

where  total  does  not  exceed  $200 

Examination  procedure 

Household  and  personal  effects  of  Army,  Navy, 
and  Marine  Corps  personnel  and  civilian  em- 
ployees of  Panama  Canal 

Registration  of  valuable  effects;  resident  travel-- 
ers,  permanent  registration  of  readily  identi- 
fiable articles  of  foreign  origin  taken 
abroad — 


Public  international  organizationsZ 


55 

Page 

2271 

2271 

2271 
7934 

2270 


6058 
2271 


5926 


2788 
2271 


Temporary  importations  imder  bond: 
Artists,  lecturers,  or  scientist^,  articles  brought 

by;  form  3325  substituted  for  form  3333 

Commercial  travelers'  samples,  professional 
equii^ment  and  tools  of  trade;  special  customs 

invoice 

Exportation    by    mail    or   parcel    post.    cusUxns 

supervision  required 

Term  bond,  customs  form  7563-A 929, 

Theatrical  effects  and  other  articles 

Authority,  delegations  of: 
Prom  Director  of  Foreign  Commerce  Bureau  to  col- 
lectors of  customs;  to  exercise  exj)ort  control 

authority  In  event  of  enemy  attack 

From  Secretary  of  Treasury  to  Commissioner  and 
designees : 
Decisions  on  claims,  fines,  or  penalties,  including 
.  liquidated  damage  cases  and  forfeitures,  in 
excess  of  $20,000,  approval  of  Secretary  of 
Treasury   required,   exceptions   to    require- 
ment  

Transfer  of  functions  of  Secretary  of  Treasury, 
respecting  administration  of  oaths,  issuance 
and  service  of  subpenas.  contempt  proceed- 
ings, attendance  of  witnesses,  etc.,  in  connec- 
tion with  enforcement  of  laws  relating  to  nar- 
cotic drugs  and  marihuana 

Redelegatlon  to  supervising  customs  agents  and 

customs  agents 

Bicycle  accessories  and  lamps  imported  with  bicycles; 

prospective  tariff  classification 

Bonds  approved  by  collectors,  form  and  execution : 
Fishing  vessels,  distilled  spirits,  wines  or  beer  for 

supplies  of;  formj;fi03'_ 

Term    bond    for    tempd);;^ry    Importations,    form 

•     7563-A ^^_ — 

Cables.  International,  admission  of 

Canadian  tugs,  waiver  permitting  tugs  to  tow  certain 

equipment  in  connection  with  St.  Lawrence  Sea- 

.    way  Development  Projects: 

Cornwall  South  Channel  Bridge,  near  Massena  and 

Rooseveltown,    New   York;    any    dredge,    tug, 

barge,  etc.,  of  Canadian  registry  in  connection 

with  construction  of 

"Harbor  Master": 
Barge  "Sill  No.  55"  from  Grass  River  through 

Cornwall  Canal 

Carfioat,  from  Cornwall  Canal,  Ontario,  to  Dick- 
inson Landing,  and  from  Dickinson  Landing 

to  Ogdensburg,  New  York 

Tecon  Corp.  barge  No.  55  from  Clayton  to  Stony 

Crest  Island,  New  York 

Walsh  Construction  Company  barges  from  Hawk- 
ins Point,  New  York,  to  Cornwall.  Ontarlo.- 
"Newfie  Queen": 
Carfioat.  from  Dickinson  Landing  to  Ogdens- 
burg. New  York 

Walsh  Construction  Company  barges  from 
Hawkins  ^oint,  New  York,  to  Cornwall, 
Ontario 


4808 


2271 

1510 

1068 

929 


5045 


8543 


8242 
^242 
2695 

929 

929 
5089 


8355 

5190 

3900 
7525 
4274 

3900 

4274 


"Radel" : 
Barge*  "Sill  No.  55"  from  Grass  River  through 

Cornwall  Canal 5190 


56 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


57 


Page 


CUSTOMS  BUREAU — Continued 
Canadian  tugs,  waiver  permitting  tugs  to  tow  certain 
equipment  in  connection  with  St.  Lawrence  Sea- 
way Development  Projects — Continued 
"Radel" — Continued 

Walsh     Construction     Company     barges     from 
Hawkins    Point,    New    York,    to    Cornwall, 

Ontario 4274 

"Salvage  Prince": 

Barge    "Samson"    from    Long    Sault    Island    to 

Ogdensburg,   New   York 8238 

Walsh  Construction  Company  barges  from  Corn- 
wall.   Ontario,    to    Alexandria    Bay,    New 

York 4274 

"Salvage  Queen"  to  tow  barge  "Samson"  from  Long 

Sault  Island  to  Ogdensburg,  New  York 8238 

Carpeting,     imported;      marking     of     country     of 

origin _ .__   7192,  9780 

Christma*  tree  ornaments,  glass;  reyocation  of  ex- 
ception   to    marking    requirement    to    indicate  ' 

country  of  origin 3726,6371 

Cigar  stamps,  customs,  cigar  manufacturing  ware- 
houses;  increased  cost '_    7491 

Coal,  coke,  and  briquettes  from  Canada,  United  King- 
dom, and  West  Germany;  taxable  status 2418 

Coffee,  foreign-grown,  shipped  to  Puerto  Rico  from 

United  States;    entry 2270 

Containers,  imported  with  articles  inside,  marking  of 

country  of  origin 7192 

Contiguous  foreign  territory,  customs  relations  with: 

Manifests 10010 

Merchandise  in  transit  through  United  States  be- 
tween ports  of  Canada  or  Mexico 1175,4428 

Convict  labor,  merchandise  produced  by.    See  Special 

classes  of  merchandise. 
Copyrights: 
Recordation  of  copyrighted  works,  copyright  pro- 
tection pursuant  to  Universal  Copyright  Con- 
vention      2516 

United  States  manufacturing  requirementg 2517 

Cotton,  long-staple;  modification  of  import  restric- 
tions  (Proclamation  3145) 4995 

Customhouse  brokers;  scope,  licenses,  appeals,  rec- 
ords,  etc , 8571 

Customs  districts  and  ports  of  entry : 
Appraisers  of  merchandise,  headquarters,  addition 

of  district  No.  50,  New  Mexico 6301 

Comptrollers  of  customs,  assignment  of  districts 
to  New  Orleans,  La.,  addition  of  district  No.  50, 

New  Mexico 6301 

Customs  agency  districts: 
No.  9,  State  of  Wyoming  excluded  from  47  (Col- 
orado)   area 3147 

No.  10,  Laredo,  Texas: 
Addition  of  district  No.  50,  New  Mexico,  to 

area ^ 6301 

Deletion  of  area  26  (Arizona) 3147 

Laredo,  substituted  for  El  Paso,  Tex.,  as  head- 
quarters      3147 

No.  14: 

Addition  of  area  26  (Arizona) 3147 

Los    Angeles    substituted    for    San    Francisco, 

Calif.,   as  headquarters 3147 

No.  15;  addition  of  area  47  (Colorado)  that  part 

comprising  State  of  Wyoming : 3147 

No.  18;  Japan,  Hong  Kong,  British  Crown 
Colony,  Philippines,  Korea,  and  Oki- 
nawa  , 7022,  7023 

Customs  collection  districts  and  ports: 
No.    11    (Philadelphia),   extension   of   limits   of 

'customs  port  of  Wilmington,  Del 7525 

No.  16,  South  Carolina,  Charleston;  extension  of 

limits 79 

No.  18,  Florida;  extension  of  limits: 

Key  West _ 79 

St.   Petersburg 79 

No.  21  (Sabine) ;  extension  of  limits: 

Beaumont,  Tex 5342 

Lake  Charles,  La 5342 

Orange,  Tex 5342 

Port  Arthur,  Tex , 5342 

Sabine,  Tex 5342 

No.    24,    El    Paso;    deletion    of    State   of    New 

Mexico 6301 


CUSTOMS  BUREAU^Continued  Page 

Customs  districts  and  ports  of  entry — Continued 
Customs  collection  districts  and  ports — Continued 
No.  31.  Alaska: 
Eagle,  designation  as  customs  port  of  entry; 

revocation 870 

Hyder,  designation  as  customs  port  of  entry; 

revocation . 870 

No.    39    (Chicago),   Chicago,   111.,    extension   of 

limits . 5342 

No.  41  (Ohio) ,  Toledo,  Ohio;  extension  of  limits..    5342 
No.  49.  Puerto  Rico: 

Ponce,  extension  of  limits 870 

San  Juan,  extension  of  limits 870 

No.  50,  New  Mexico;  new  district  creat«di 6301 

Customs  laboratory,  Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  addition  of 

«  district  No.  50,  New  Mexico,  to  area  served 6301 

Customs  relations  with  insular  possessions  and 
Guantanamo  Bay  Naval  Air  Station;  Puerto 
Rico,    foreign-grown    coffee    shipped    to,    from 

United  States 2270 

Customs  Simplification  Act  of  1956,  request  for  com- 
ments respecting  publication  of  preliminary  list 

of  imported  articles,  etc 8122,8669 

Customs  warehouses: 
Cigar  manufacturing  warehouses,  cost  of  jcustoms 

cigar  stamps 7491 

Manipulation  in  bonded  warehouses  and  Elsewhere.    2588 
Disposition  of  unclaimed  and  abandoned  merchan- 
dise,  articles   subject  to   internal -revenue   tax; 
tobacco  articles  and  materials,  amount  of  sale 

must  pay  expenses  of  sale  as  well  as  tax .    1068 

Documentation  of  vessels.    See  Vessels. 
Drawback : 
A^ltoes  manufactured  or  produced  wholly  or  In 
j  part    from    imported    or    substituted    mer- 
/    chandise: 

vCompletion  of  drawback  claims 1175 

Printing  papers,  coated  or  uncoatod »    8355 

Foreign-trade  zone,  merchandise   transferred  to, 

from  customs  territory 1009 

Articles  manufactured  or  produced   in  United 

States 1009 

Drawback    allowance 1009 

Merchandise  transferred  to  foreign-trade  zone 

from  continuous  customs  custody 1009 

Rejected  merchandise 1010 

To  whom  payable 1010 

General  drawback  rates  in  effect;  approval  of  draw- 
back statements  by  collectors 5927 

Pur  skins  and  articles 5927 

Piece  goods 5927 

General    regulations    applicable   to    all   drawback 

claims;    redesignation 1009 

Identification  of  imported  merchandise  and  ascer- 
tainment of  quantities  for  allowance  of  draw- 
back       5927 

Merchandise   exported   from    continuous   customs 

custody,  entry  and  completion  thereof 1175 

Rejected  merchandise: 
See  also  Foreign-trade  zone. 

Drawback  entry  in  duplicate 1175 

Return  to  customs  custody: 
Authority  to  collectors  of  customs  to  extend 
p)eriod  for  merchandise  not  conforming  to 

sample  or  specifications 680 

Drawback  entry  in  duplicate -    1175 

Duties : 
Articles  conditionally  free,  subject  to  reduced  rate, 

ete.    See  Articles  conditionally  free. 
Liability  for.    See  Entry  of  imported  merchandise. 
Liquidation  of.     See  Liquidation  of  duties. 
Embroidery  machines,  prospective  tariff  classifica- 
tion  5452 

Enemy  attack,  export  control  authority  in  event  of; 
authority    delegation    to    collectors   of   customs 

respecting 5045 

Enforcement  of  customs  and  navigation  laws ;  identifi-    . 
cation   cards,   deletion   of   certain   Instructions 

respecting 2814 

Entry  of  imported  merchandise : 

Designation  of  merchandise  to  be  examined 1068, 4709* 

Entry  by  appraisement .    2270 


CUSTOMS  BUREAU— Continued  P<^ 
Entry  of  imported  merchandise — Continued 
Examination  of  merchandise  in  bond  in  transit 
through  United  States;   proposed  rule  mak- 
ing  : 5536.  9746 

Formal  entry,  importations  by  mall 2270 

Informal  entries 2270 

Invoices : 
Certified    Invoices    required,    exceptions;    crude 
petroleum    imported     by     pipeline     or     In 

bulk 787.  8655 

Contents   of    invoices,    additional    information; 
watehes  and  wateh  movements,  proposed  rule 

making 840 

Ores;  entry  and  sampling  of  ores  and  crude  metals 

not  for  smelting  in  bond 7596 

Powers  of  attorney 2588 

Requirements  on  entry,  purchases  of  war  materials 

abroad  by  certain  Government  agencies 7598 

Special  classes  of  merchandise.    iSee  Special  classes 
of  merchandise,  below. 
Extensions  of  time  pursuant  to  proclamation  of  Presi- 
dent under  section  318,  Tariff  Act  of  1930;  exten- 
sion of  bonds,  requirement  respecting  extension 

agreements 2589 

Fees.    See  Financial  and  accounting  procedure. 
Financial  and  accounting  procedure: 
Car,   compartment,   and   package   seals;    in-bond 
seals  for  merchandise  shipped  between  ports  in 
United  States,  commercial  travelers'  samples..     4429 
Ciistoms  fees;  $100  for  application  for  names  and 
addresses  of  importers  of  articles  appearing  to 

■    infringe  registered  patent 1747,3267 

Increased  or  additional  duties  or  taxes;  reference, 

correction 929 

Reimbursable  services  of  officers: 
Examination  of  merchandise  in  transit  through 

United  States,  proposed  rule  making 5537. 9747 

Labeling  of  wool  and  fur  products.  su[>ervision  of;       | 

proposed  rule  making 6889 

Salable  customs  forms;  overprinting  forms,  dele« 

Uon 7491 

Fish,  certain;  tariff-rate  quota  for  imports,  1956 698 

Forms,  certain,  consolidation  of 4808 

Free  entry  for  two-year  period  of  alumina  to  be  used 

in  producing  aluminum 9564 

Identification  cards,  deletion  of  certain  Instructions 

respecting 2814 

In  transit  merchandise.    See  Transportation  in  bond 

and  merchandise  in  transit. 
Information,  confidential,  disclosure  of: 
Pine,  penalty,  and  forfeiture  cases,  disclosure  to 

public j^ — - 8655 

Suspension  of  disclosure 1492,6951 

International  trade  fairs,  importation  of  articles  in 
connection  with: 

America's  New  Frontiers  Exposition,  Oklahoma 5046 

■International  Photographic  Exposition  at  Washing- 
ton. D.  C 5234 

Washington  State  Fifth  International  Trade  Fair  at 
Seattle,  importation  of  articles  in  connec- 
tion with 2517 

Jute  cordage,  jnildew  treated;  change  in  tariff  classifi- 
cation  ,_ 1658 

Leather  sheaths  for  map  measures,  tariff  classifica- 
tion   1735. 3803 

Liability  for  duties,  reimportation  of  duty-paid  ex- 
ported articles 6913 

Liquidation  of  duties: 
Appraisement,  baggage,  informal,  and  mail  entries; 
merchandise  subject  to  tariff-rate  quota  or  con- 
ditionally free  of  duty 1715 

Conversion  of  currency,  use  of  rates  certified  by 

Federal  Reserve  Bank  of  New  York 9613, 10482 

Errors,  mistakes,  and  inadvertencies,  correction  of  __      193 
Procedure;  bulletin  notice  of  liquidation  to  be  pre- 
pared at  port  of  liquidation 5966 

Tariff  classification  of  prospective  imports : 
Bicycle   accessories   and   lamps    imported   with 

bicycles;  prospective  classification 2695 

Embroidery    machines,    prospective    classiflca- 

tlon__ 5452 

Jute  cordage,  mildew  treated;  change  in  classifi- 
cation  1658 

Leather  sheaths  for  map  measures,  classifica- 
tion  —  1735, 3803 

80000—67 8 


CUSTOMS  BUREAU— Continued  <*««« 

Liquidation  of  duties — Continued 
Tariff  classification  of  prospective  Imports — Con. 

Mirror  cases  containing  mirror  and  comb 273 

Rifle  barrels  when  imported  assembled  with  rifle 

actions 2695,  8596 

Rosary,  merchandise  in  form  of 823, 1807 

Surgical  stockings,  change  in  classification 2418 

Watch   bracelets,   expanding    link 6717,8149 

Wateh  movements,  self-winding;  classifica- 
tion   400, 3726 

Mail: 
Exportation  by: 

Merchandise  previously  imported  ;'customs  super- 
vision, provisions  respecting . 1509 

Temporary  importations  under  bond,  exporta- 
tion by  mail  or  parcel  post;  customs  super- 
vision required 1510 

Importations  by: 

Air  transportation,  deletioii 870 

Formal  entry 2270 

Marking : 

Marking  and  labeling  wool  and  fur  products,  super- 
vision of;  reimbursement  for  compensation  of 
customs  officers  and  employees,  proposed  rule 

making 6889 

Marking  of  country  of  origin: 

Carpeting,  imported 7192,9780 

Christmas  tree  ornaments,  glass;  revocation  of 

excepti«n   to   marking   requirement 3726.6371 

Containers  imported  with  articles  inside 7192 

Measurement  of  vessels.    See  Vessels. 

Mirror   cases   containing   mirror   and   comb;    tariff 

classification 273 

Oklahoma.  Americas'  New  Frontiers  Ebcposition.  im- 
portation of  articles  in  connection  with 5046 

Panama  Canal,  civilian  employees  of;  household  and 
personal  effects.    See  Articles  conditionally  free: 
passengers'  baggage. 
Parcel  post,  exportation  by,  of  merchandise  previously 

imported.    See  Mail. 
Patent  infringement,  list  of  names  and  addresses  of 
Importers  of  articles  involving;  $100  fee  for  ap- 
plication  for  list 1747,3267 

Peanuts,  Virginia-type;   modification  of  imix>rt  re- 
strictions   (Pioclamation   3152) 6595 

Petroleum,  crude,  imported  in  bulk  or  by  pipeline, 
exception   to   requirement   for   special   customs 

Invoices _- —  787,  8655 

Ports  of  enti-y.    See  Customs  districts  and  ports  of 

entry. 
Potatoes,  white  or  Irish,  other  than  certified  seed; 

tariff-rate  quota  for  1956 7350 

Preliminary  list  of  imported  articles,  publication  of; 
request  for  comments  relating  to.  pursuant  to 

Customs  Simplification  Act  of  1956 8669 

Protest,  form  of 1715 

Protests    and    reappraisements,   power   of   attorney 

to  file  protest 2979 

Records,  non -Federal;  retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records. 
Rifle  barrels  when  imported  assembled  with  rifle  ac- 
tions;   tariff  classification 2695,8596 

Rosary,   merchandise  in  form   of;    tariff  classifica- 
tion..  823, 1807 

St.  Lawrence  Seaway  Development  Project,  use  of 
Canadian  tugs  in  connection  with.     See  Canadian 
tugs. 
Seals,  for  bonded  merchandise.    See  Financial  and 

accounting  procedure. 
Special  classes  of  merchandise: 

Convict,  forced,  or  indentured  labor,  merchandise 
produced  by: 
Findings  to  be  published  in  Treasury  Decisions 

•  and  Federal  Register 5314 

List  of  findings  currently  in  effect 5315 

Proof  of  admissibility 2271 

Economic  poisons  and  devices,  shipp>er*s  declara- 
tions   6914 

Matehes,  certificate  of  inspection 2271 

Plants  and  plant  products,  requirements  for  entry 

and  release . 2271 

Quota  provisions,  merchandise  subject  to: 

Proclamations  establishing  import  quotas... 2614 

Quota  priority - 2614 


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ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


CUSTOMS  BUREAU— Continued  P*?* 
Stained  or  painted  glass  windows  for  houses  of  wor- 
ship      7491 

Surgical  stockings,  change  in  tariff  classification 2418 

Tariff-rate  quota  on  imports.  1956;  certain  fish 698 

-     Theatrical  effects  and  other  articles,  temporary  im- 
portations under  bond 929 

Tobacco  articles  and  materials,  unclaimed  and  aban- 
doned, disposition  of;  amount  of  sale  must  pay 

expenses  of  sale  as  well  as  tax 1068 

Towing  laws,  coastwise,  waivers  of : 

For  Canadian  tugs.    See  Canadian  tugs. 

For  oil   tanker  "Joseph  H.   Moran  II",  between 

United  States  ports  and  Puerto  Rico 9324 

Trade  agreements,  customs  duties  under.    See  main 

heading  Trade  agreements. 
Trade  fairs,  international.    See  International  trade 
fairs. 

Trade  names  of  manufacturer  or  trader 2271 

-Trademarks,   recordation  of;   applicant  who  claims 

ownership  by  assignment 1589 

Transportation  in  bond  and  merchandise  in  transit; 
domestic  baggage  and  accompanied  commercial 

travelers'  samples  through  foreign  territory 4429 

Unclaimed  articles,  disposition  of.    See  Disposition  of 

unclaimed  and  abandoned  merchandise. 
Vessels : 
Documentation  of  vessels: 
Forms  of  oath  of  owner  and  master  for  docu- 
mentation     8394 

Home  ports,  approvals  of  designations 9564 

Official  number  and  signal  letters,  application  for: 

General— - — i —    8394 

Under  Act  of  August  9,  1954 8394 

Registration  of  house  flag  and  funnel  mark: 

Isthmian  Lines,  Inc 4369 

Pan-Oceanic  Navigation  Corp 10520 

In  foreign  and  domestic  trades: 
Arrival  and  entry  of  vessels : 

Boarding  of  vessels,  cutter  and  dock  passes 8394 

Formal  entry,  use  of  new  form  1-418  for  com- 
bined passenger  and  crew  list 10481 

Inward   foreign   manifest,   use   of   new   form 

1-418  for  combined  passenger  and  crew  list.  10481 

Preliminary  entry 8394 

Coastwise  procedure: 

Diversion  of  vessel,  reference 8395 

Vessels  proceeding  foreign  via  domestic  ports 8395 

Equipnnent  and  repairs  to  American  vessels 2270 

Foreign  clearances: 

Crew  and  passengers,  use  of  new  form  1-480 

for  combined  list 10482 

Incomplete  manifest,  incomplete  export  dec- 
larations   8395 

Shipping  articles  and  enforcement  of  Seamen's 

Act 9643 

Verification  of  inspection,  proposed  rule  mak- 
ing       8058 

Government  vessels,  manifest  to  be  filed  in  dupli- 
cate if  cargo  or  passengers  are  on  board 1175 

Passengers  on  vessels,  use  of  new  form  1-418  for 

combined  passenger  and  crew  list 10482 

Tonnage  tax  and  light  money : 

Application  for  refund r 8394 

Certificate  of  payment 8394 

Waiver  of  coastwise  laws : 

For  oil  tanker  "Joseph  H.  Moran  II",  between 

United  States  ports  and  Puerto  Rico 9324 

To  permit  Canadian  tugs  to  tow  certain  equip- 
ment in  connection  with  St.  Lawrence  Sea- 
way Development  Project.    See  Canadian 
tugs,  above. 
Measurement  of  vessels: 

Deduction  for  propelling  power 5482 

Drawings : 

Plans  to  be  filed , 7847 

Sketches 7847 

Forms,  deletion 8394 

Watch   bracelets,  expanding   link;    tariff  classifica- 
tion   —  6717.  8149 

Watches  and  watch  movements: 
Invoicing  of;  additional  information  required,  pro- 
posed rule  making 840 

Self  winding  watch  movements,  tariff  classifica- 

Uon -  400.  3726 


CUSTOMS  BUREAU— Continued  ^"^^ 

Washington.  D.  C,  International  Photographic  TIxpo- 

sition;  importation  of  articles  in  connection  with-    5234 
Washington  State  Fifth  International  Trade  Fair, 

Seattle;  importations  in  connection  with 2517 

CirrrKROAT  castle,  ruins  of  thirteenth  century  de- 
fensive structure;  inclusion  in  Hovenweep  National 
Monument  (Proclamation  3132) 2369 


DANGER  AND  RESTRICTED  AREAS  AND  ZONES: 
Aircraft  restricted  areas  over  military  installations. 

See  Civil  Aeronautics  Administration. 
Navigation  danger  zones.    See  Engineers,  Corps  of. 

DAYS  OF  OBSERVANCE.    See  Presidential  documents. 

DEATH  OP  FLEET  ADMIRAL  ERNEST  J.  KING;  flag 
of  United  States  ordered  flown  at  half -staff  as  mark 
of  respect  (Executive  Order  10671) 4705 

DECORATIONS,  MEDALS,  ETC.  See  Army  Depart- 
ment. 

DEFENSE  AIR  TRANSPORTATION  ADMINISTRATION: 
Appointments  without  compensation  and  statements 
of  financial  interests  under  Defense  Production 
Act 1608.  2272 

DEFENSE  DEPARTMENT:      

See  Air  Force  Department. 
Army  Department. 
Navy  Department. 
Academies.  Military,  Naval,  and  Air  Force;  persons 
from  American  Republics  and  Canada  permitted 
to  receive  instruction,  designation  of  (Executive 

Order   10661)- 1315 

Redelegation  of  authority  to  Secretaries  of  Army. 

Navy,  and  Air  Force 6357 

Active  duty,  authority  delegations  to  Secretaries  of 
Army,   Navy   and   Air  Force   to   order   certain 

•members  of  reserve  components  to 3083 

Air  transportation,  by  militai-y  or  commercial  air- 
craft.   See  under  Transportation. 
Aircraft  Production  Resources  Agency,  authority  to 
reschedule  delivery  of  materials  for  aircraft  and 
guided   missiles   programs   and  API^A   class  B 

products 8196 

Airlift  Service,  designation  of  Secretary  of  Air  Force 

as  Single  Manager _' 10344 

Appointment  of   doctors  of   osteopathy   as   medical 

officers 8625 

Authority,  delegations  of: 

By  Deputy  Assistant  Secretary  (^supply  and  logis- 
tics) to  Director,  Aircraft  Production  Resources 
Agency;  to  reschedule  delivery  of  materials 
for  aircraft  and  guided  missiles  programs  and 

APRA  class  B  products 8196 

By  Secretary : 

To  Air  Force  Department.  Secretary : 
Active    duty,     authority     to    order    certain 

members  of  reserve  components  to_ 3083 

Designation  of  persons  from  American  Repub- 
lics and  Canada  to  receive  instruction  at 

Air  Force  Academy! 1 6357 

Family  housing : 
For  civilian  employees  at  military  research 

or  development  installations 5452 

Wherry  family  housing  project: 

Acquisition    of -    8670 

Taxes  or  assessments  on,  deduction  from 9228 

Reserve  forces  facilities.  Federal  or  State- 
owned;  functions  respecting,  including 
negotiation,  inspection,  approval,  expedi- 

ture  of  funds,  etc -    1750 

To  Army  Department,  Secretary: 
Active     duty,     authority     to     order     certain 

members  of  reserve  components  to 3083 

Designation  of  persons  from  American  Repub- 
lics and  Canada  to  receive  instruction  at 

West  Point  Military  Academy 6357 

Emergency  facilities,  authority  to  issue  pay- 
ment certificates  under  section  168  (g)  of 
Internal  Revenue  Code  of  1954  for  un- 
amortized cost  oX 9912 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


59 


DEFENSE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  P»B« 

Authority,  delegations  of — Continued 
By  Secretary — Continued 
To  Army  Department,  Secretary — Continued 
Family  housing: 
For  civilian  employees  at  military  research 

or  development  Installations 5452 

Wherry  family  housing  projects: 

Acquisition  of^ 8670 

Taxes  or  assessments  on.  deductions  f  rom.  _     9228 
Highway  projects,  certification  of.  as  important 

to  national  defense 6521 

Reserve  forces  facilities.  Federal  or  State- 
owned;  functions  respecting.  Including 
negotiation,  inspection,  approval,  expendi- 
ture of  funds,  etc 1750 

To  Assistant  Secretary  (manpower,  personnel  and 
reserve) ;  with  respect  to  location  and  maxi- 
mum utilization  of  Reserve  forces  facilities 
pursuant  to  National  Defense  Facilities  Act 

of  1950,  as  amended 1749 

To  Assistant  Secretai-y  (properties  and  installa- 
tions) : 
Acquisition  and  construction  of  Reserve  forces 
facilities    pursuant   to   National    Defense 

Facilities  Act  of  1950,  as  amended _    1749 

Family  housing : 
For  civilian  employees  at  mllitai-y  research  or 

development  installations 5452 

Wherry  family  housing  projects: 

Acquisition   of 8669 

Taxes     or    assessments    on,     deductions 

from 9228 

To  Assistant  Secretary  (supply  and  logistics) ; 
determinations  respecting  facilities  and 
equipment  for  metal  scrap  baling  or  shear- 
ing, or  for  melting  or  sweating  aluminum..  273 
To  Commander,  United  States  Forces  Azores;  to 
convene  general  courts-martial  in  cases  in- 
volving members  of  armed  forces  assigned  to     « 

such  conunand 6890 

To  Deputy  Assistant  Secretary  of  Defense  (man- 
power, personnel  and  reserve)  Henry  A. 
Duflon;  respecting  Federal  Voting  Assist- 
ance Act  of  1955 —       227 

To  Navy  Department,  Secretary: 
Active  duty,  authority  to  order  certain  mem- 
bers of  reserve  components  to 3083 

Certification  of  special  purpose  vessels 3611 

Designation  of  persons  from  American  Repub- 
lics and  Canada  to  receive  Instruction  at 

Naval  Academy —    6357 

Family  housing: 

For  civilian  empleyees  at  military  research  or 

development   installations 5452 

Wherry  family  housing  projects: 

Acquisition  of , 8670 

Taxes    or     assessments     on,     deductions 

from 9228 

Reserve  forces  facilities.  Federal  or  State- 
owned;  fimctldns  respecting,  including 
negotiation.  Inspection,  approval,  expendi- 
ture of  funds,  etc 1750 

Prom  Business  and  Defense  Services  Administra- 
tion, to  Secretary  to  make  allotments  of  con- 
trolled materials  and  to  apply  priority  (DO) 
ratings  and  allotment  numbers  with  respect  to 
contracts  and  purchases  for  procurement  and 
construction  programs;  rescheduling  delivery 
of  certain  materials  for  guided  missiles  systems 

program  (A2)    (Supp.  1) 7465 

Prom  General  Services  Administrator: 

Disposal  of  certain  additions  and  Improvements, 
Westlnghouse    Electric    Corp.,    Sunnyvale, 

Calif   — 5073 

Disposal  of  certain  land,  part  of  south  portion, 

St.  Louis,  Missouri.  Naval  Air  Station 2900 

Representation  of  Government  agencies  before 
certain  commissions  in  connection  with  rates 
And  ch&rRCS  * 
California  Public  Utilities  Commission: 

Matters  of  Southern  California  Edison  Co.^      778 
Rate  schedules,  California  Electric  Power 

Co 6730 


DEFENSE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  P^ee 
Authority,  delegations  of — Continued 
Prom  General  Services  Administrator — Continued 
Representation   of   Government  agenies   before 
certain  commissions  in  connection  with  rates 
and  charges — Continued 
Federal  Power  Commission,  matters  of  Gas 
Light  Co.  of  Columbus  and  Southern  Natu- 
ral Gas  Co 872 

Blind  persons,  preference  to,  in  operating  vending 

stands 870 

Blind-made  supplies,  interdepartmental  procurement 

of.    See  Procurement  regulations. 
Boards.    See  Committees,  boards. 
Bonds,  In  connection  with  construction  contracts; 
procurement     regulations.      See     Procurement 
regulations. 
Buy  American  Act,  statutory  prohibition  on  foreign 
purchases,  procurement  regulations  respecting. 
See  Procurement  regulations. 
Clothing  and  textile  material  for  Armed   Services, 
designation  of  Single  Manager.    See  Single  Man- 
ager assignments. 
Committees,  boards:  " 
Health  Advisory  Board.  Interagency;  representa- 
tion on 3838 

Single  Manager  assignments,  administrative  com- 
mittees, representatives  from  Army,  Navy,  • 
Marine  Corps,  and  Air  Force  to  advise  regard- 
ing operation  of  programs.  See  Single  Man- 
ager assignments.  ^ 
Telecommunications  Advisory  Board,  representa- 
tion on 2682 

Titanium  Advisory  Committee,  Office  of  Defense 

Mobilization;  representation  on 7444 

Contracts : 
Armed  services  procurement  regulations.    iSe^  Pro- 
curement regulations. 
Financing  defense  contracts: 

Advance  payments,  appendix  2 3951 

Payment  on  incentive -type  and  price  redetermi- 

natlo;i-type  contracts 4957 

Contributions  of  Federal  funds  to  States  under  Na- 
tional Defense  Facilities  Act  of  1950,  as  amended, 
for    acquisition,    construction,    expansion,    etc..     , 
of  State-owned  or  controlled  Reserve  component 

training  facilities — ^.-/ 1745 

Courts-martial,    general  ;*  authority    delegation    to 
Commander.     United     States     Forces     Azores, 

resi>ecting 6890 

Courts-Martial  Manual,  paragraph  126e;  punishment 
of  enlisted  personnel,  reduction  in  grade  at  time 

of  sentence  (Executive  Order  10652) 235 

Defense  contract  financing  regulations: 

Advance  payments,  appendix  2 3951 

Payments  on  incentive-type  and  price  redetermina- 

tlon-type   contracts 4957 

Dependents  of  members  of  uniformed  services,  medi- 
cal care  for 8577 

Discrimination;  nondiscrimination  in  employment, 
procurement  regulations  respecting  labor.  See 
Procurement  regulations. 
Dispersion  of  facilities  important  to  national  defense, 
and  protective  construction,  responsibilities  re- 
specting  f 270 

Enlistments: 
In  Ready  Reserve  of  Air  Force  Reserve  (Executive 

Order  10677) 6625 

■  In  Ready  Reserve  of  Naval  Reserve  and  Coast  Guard 
Reserve  undM-  regulations  to  be  prescribed  by 

Secretary  (Executive  Order  10667) 3141 

In  Reserve  Forces  in  draft-deferred  status,  active 

duty  for  basic  training 4721 

Explosives,  transportation  of.    See  Transportation. 
Federal  Voting  Assistance  Act  of  1955,  authority  dele- 
gation to  Deputy  Assistant  Secretary  of  Defense 
(manpower,   personnel   and   reserve)    Henry  A. 

Duflon  respecting 227 

Fees  and  charges  for  copying,  certification  and  search 

of  records 1125,  5968 

Financing  defense  contracts: 

Advance  payments,  appendix  2 3951 

Payment  on  incentive-type  and  price  redetermina- 

tlon-type  contracts -    4957 


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DEFENSE  DEPARTMENT—Continued 

Government  property,  procurement  regulations  re- 
specting.    See  Procurement  regulations. 
Highway  projects,  certification  of,  as  important  to  na- 
tional defense;  authority  delegation  to  Secretary 

of  Army  respecting 6521 

Household  goods: 

Bills  of  lading  for  transportation  of.    See  main 

heading  General  Accounting  Office. 
Regulations     respecting     transportation    of.    See 
Transportation. 
Housing  projects,   acquisition  of,  authority  delega- 
tions respecting.     See  Authority. 
Industrial  security  regulations,  and  manual  for  safe- 
guarding classified  information;  codification  dis- 
continued      2814 

Information,   classified,   industrial   security   manual 

for  safeguarding;  codification  discontinued 2814 

Insurance : 
Life    insurance,    commercial;    solicitation    of,    on 

military  installations 4 458,  2679,  5361 

Procurement     regulations     respeqting     insurance. 
See  Procurement  regulations. 
Joint  Mexican -United  States  Defense  Commission; 
designation  of  members  by  Secretary  (Executive 

Order  10692) 10325 

Labor,  procurement  regulations  respecting.    See  Pro- 
curement regulations. 
Life  insurance,  commercial,  solicitation  of,  on  mili- 
tary installations 458,  2679,  5361 

Medical,  dental,  or  allied  specialists,  members  of 
armed  forces;  authority  of  Secretary  to  order 
members  to  active  duty  and  to  prescribe  regula- 
tions governing  appointment,  reappointment  and 

promotion  (Executive  Order  10658) 1064 

Medical  attendance: 

For  whom  authorized  and  manner  provided 5638 

Private    medical    practice    of    civilian   physicians 

within  military  installation 5639 

Medical  care  for  dependents  of  members  of  uni- 
formed services 8577 

Medical  materiel  for  Armed  Services,  designation  of 
Single  Manager.    See  Single  Manager   assign- 
ments. 
Mexico;  Joint  Mexican-United  States  Defense  Com- 
mission;  designation  of  members  by  Secretary 

(Executive  Order  10692) 10325 

Negotiation,  procurement  by.  See  Procurement  regu- 
lations. 
Organization;  Single  Manager  assignments,  desig- 
nation of  Secretaries  of  Army  and  Navy  ^  Single 
Managers  of  various  programs.  See  Single  Man- 
ager assignments. 
Osteopathy,    doctors    of;    appointment    as    medical 

officers . 8625 

Patents,    procurement    regulations    respecting.    See 

Procurement  regulations. 
Petroleum,  for  Armed  Services,  designation  of  Secre- 
tary of  Navy  as  Single  Manager 6577 

Prison-made  products,  interdepartmental  procure- 
ment of.     See  Procurement  regulations. 

Procurement  inspection  stamping _Z^ 769 

Procurement  regulations,  armed  servicer 
Acceptance.    See  Inspection  and  acceptance. 
Advertising,  formal,  procurement  by:i 

Bids,  solicitation  of Jy 5220,  5354 

Opening  of  bids  and  award  of  contracts 524 

Qualified   products,   procurement  ofr 525,  6703 

Use  of  formal  advertising ^ 522 

Bonds,  in  connection  with  constructpn  contracts 1101 

Buy  American  Act.    See  Foreign  purchases. 
Contract  clauses: 
See  also  Government  property ;  and  Taxes.  . 

Cost-reimbursement  type  supply  contracts 2283, 

3219,6410,9349 

Fixed-price  supply  contracts 526,527, 

2283. 3220,  6410 

Military  security  requirements , 5355 

Price  escalation  clauses . 5356 

Contract  cost  principles: 

Applicability,  types  of  contracts 6705 

Subjects  affecting  cost  which  may  require  special 

consideration 6705 


DEFENSE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  Pag" 

Proc*ement  regulations,  armed  services — Continued 
Cofcdinated  procurement: 
Definitions,  military  interdepartmental  purchase 

request 525 

Policies  and  general  principles: 

Local  purchase  as  normal  means  of  supply 525 

Purchase    authorization 525,6704 

Responsibilities      under      single      procure- 
ment   — - —   6410,  9348 

Foreign  purchases.  Buy  American  Act  and  other 
statutory  prohibitions  on: 
Armed  Services  list  -of  supplies  excepted  from 

Act —  9349,  1100 

Violation  of  Buy  American  Act  provision  in  con- 
struction   contracts 1100 

Forms,   procurement 528.2288.5359.5360,5361.9352 

General  provisions: 
Basic  policies: 
Barter,   procurement  by;   Commodity   Credit 

Corporation 6409 

Scope 6702 

Sources  of  supplies,  firms  performing  contracts 

in  labor  surplus  areas 1098 

Transportation   costs 6702 

United  States-flag  privately  owned  ocean  car- 
riers, preference  for 2280,5353 

Debarred,  ineligible,  and  suspended  bidders,  no- 
tice of  suspension 9348 

Definitions  of  terms,  sources  of  supplies 3218 

Deviations,     approval    by    Assistant    Secretary 

(supply  and  logistics) 5353 

Publications  of  Military  Departments,  approval 
by  Assistant  Secretary    (supply  and  logis- 

.    tics) 5352 

Government  property: 

Contract  clauses:                                               ' 
Cost-reimbursement  type  research  and  devel- 
opment contracts  with  non-profit  institu- 
tions  2287 

Fixed-price  type  contracts 2286,9351 

Definitions 6411 

Industrial  facilities,  use  and  maintenance..  1102,6412 
Government-owned  industrial  facilities,  use  on 
work  other  than  for*nilitary  department; 

rental 6413 

Inspection  and  acceptance: 

Acceptance,  policies  respecting 1102 

Inspection 1102,  9352 

Procurement  insp>ection  stamping 769 

Insurance  under  fixed-price  contracts,  aircraft  in 

open 2285 

Interdepartmental  procurernpnt : 

Blind-made  supplies,  procureijient  of 2282,6705 

Economy  Act,  procurement  under,  from  or 
through  another  Federal  agency;  authoriza- 
tion and  policy  relating  to  placing  and  filling 

orders 2282 

Federal  Supply  Schedule  Contracts,  procurement 
under;    mandatory  use  of  Federal   Supply 

•       Schedules 525,2282.3219,9343 

GSA  Stores  Depots,  procurement  from;  proce- 
dure.  —      526 

Prison-made  supplies,  procurement  of;  proce- 
dure       526 

Labor: 
Basic  labor  policies;  meeting  manj^ower  require- 
ments     1102 

Labor  standards  in  construction  contracts,  ad- 
ministration and  enforcement -      527 

Nondiscrimination  in  employment , 9349 

Security  purposes,  employment  restrictions  for —     9351 
Walsh -Healey  Public  Contracts  Act,  responsibili- 
ties of  contracting  officers 528 

Manual  for  control  of  Government  property  in  pos- 
session of  contractors,  appendix  B 6413 

Negotiation,  procurement  by:  . 

Circumstances  permitting  negotiation 1100. 

3219. 5354.  6410.  9348 

Determinations  and  findings,  procedure 6703 

Negotiated  overhead  rates 6703 

Types  of  contracts: 

Cost-reimbursement  type ^ .    6703 

Letter  contract 2281 

Use  of  negotiation 525, 1099 


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61 


DEFENSE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  Pas« 
Procurement  regulations,  armed  services — Continued 
Patents: 
Patent  rights  under  contracts  Involving  research 
or  development,  license  rights  of  Govern- 
ment  : 2283 

Use  of  DD  Form  882 2288 

Reporting  of  royalties,  approved  form  of  report —      527 
Taxes.  Federal,  State  and  local : 
Contract  clauses,  cost-reimbursement  type  con- 
tracts      3225 

Federal  excise  taxes,  and  exemptions  from  taxes  _  _      527 , 

3220.  3224,  6410 

State  and  local  taxes,  tax  exemption  forms 527 

Termination  of  contracts: 

Definition  of  terms 1100 

Termination  inventory 1101.  5358,  5359 

Production  equipment.  Government-owned,  including 
machine  tools,  Office  of  Defense  Mobilization 
policy  guidance  on;  "packaged  equipment,"  in-         , 

spection  and  use 196 

Protective  construction,  responsibilities  respecting.. _      270 
Real  estate,  disposal  of  certain  real  property,  authority 
delegations  from  General  Services  Administrator 
respecting.    See  Authority. 
Records: 
Fees  and  charges  for  copying,  certification  and 

search  of 1 1125 

Non-Pederal  records;  retention  requirements.     See 
main  heading  Records.  ^ 

Recruiting    policy   for   secondary   sch(X)ls;  purpose, 

policy 8395 

Reserve  component  training  facilities,  contributions 
of  Federal  funds  to  States  under  National  Defense 
Facilities  Act  of  1950.  as  amended,  for  expansion 

or  changes,  etc 1745 

Authority  delegations  respecting. 1750 

Reserves,  organized: 
A/»f Iyp  diitv '  " 
Authority  delegations  to  Secretaries  of  Army. 
Navy  and  Air  Force  to  order  certain  members 

of  reserve  components  to 3083 

For  basic  training,  persons  enlisting  directly  into 

Reserve  Forces  in  draft-deferred  status 4721 

Assignment  to  and  transfer  between  Reserve  cate- 
gories, and  discharge  from  Reserve  status 3250 

Ready  and  Standby  Reserves: 
Enlistments  in  Ready  Reserve  of  Air  Force  Re- 
serve, under  regulations  to  be  prescriljed  by 
Secretary     of     Defense     (Executive     Order 

10677) 6625 

Enlistments  in  Ready  Reserve  of  Naval  Reserve 
and  Coast  Guard  Reserve  under  regulations 
to  be  prescribed  by  Secretary    (Executive 

Order   10667) _. -     3141 

Screening  of  Ready  Reserve,  and  providing  for 
transfer  of  members  to  and  from  Standby 

Reserve  (Executive  Order  10651) 169 

Screening  Ready  Reserve  under  provisions  of 
Armed    Forces    Reserve    Act    of    1952,    as 

amended 3251 

Appendix  A,  apprentices 3253 

Appendix  B,  students 3253 

Selection  of  certain  persons  with  critical  skills 
for  enlistment  in  Ready  Reserve  (Executive 

Order   10650) ._. 167 

Welfare,  morals,  health  and  safety  of  members 
of.  while  undergoing  active  duty  for  training 

for  basic  training 5967 

Reserve  Officers'  Training  Corps  and  related  officers' 

training  prou^ms 3249 

Reserve  training  programs,  participation  in 3247 

Rubber  producing  facilities,  Government-owned,  con- 
tracts for  sale  or  lease  by  Federal  Facilities  Cor- 
poration; national-security  clause  and  recapture 
clause  to  be  administered  in  accordance  with 
national  defense  requiremerits  (Executive  Order 

10678) 7199 

Security: 
Agned  Forces  industrial  security  regulations,  codi- 

*     flcation  discontinued 2814 

Employment  restrictions 9351 

Industrial  security  manual  for  safeguarding  classi- 
fied information,  codification  discontinued .    2814 


DEFENSE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  ^'^ 

Single  Manager  assignments : 

Airlift  Service;    designation  of  Secretary  of  Air 

Force  as  Single  Manager 10344 

Appendix  A,  technical  services  (nonairlift)  of  Air 

Force  Department  which  may  be  assigned 10345 

Appendix  B,  transport  aircraft  to  be  transferred 

by  Navy  and  Air  Force 10345 

Clothing  and  textile  materiel,  designation  of  Sec- 
retary of  Army  as  Single  Manager 4358 

Administrative  Committee,  representatives  from 
Army,  Navy,  Marine  Corps,  and  Air  Force  to 

■  advise  regarding  operation  of  program 4357 

Annex  A.  related  responsibilities  of  Single  Man- 
ager and  military  services 4360 

Medical  materiel,  designation  of  Secretary  of  Navy 

as  Single  Manager 4363 

Administrative  Committee,  representatives  from 
Army.  Navy.  Marine  Corps,  and  Air  Force  to 

advise  regarding  operation  of  program 4362 

Annex  A.  related  responsibilities  of  Single  Man- 
ager and  military  services/- 4365 

Petroleum;  designation  of  Secretary  of  Navy  as 

Single  Manager 6577 

Administrative  Committee,  representatives  from 
Armed  Services  to  advise  regarding  opera- 
tion of  program 6578 

Armex  A,  related  responsibilities  of  Single  Man- 
ager and  military  services 6580 

Subsistence  to  Armed  Services,  designation  of  Sec- 
retary of  Army  as  Single  Manager 4350 

Administ];ative  Committee,  representatives  from 
Army.  Navy,  Marine  Corps,  and  Air  Force  to 

advise  regarding  operation  of  program 4350 

Annex  A,  related  responsibilities  of  Single  Man- 
ager and  military  services 4353 

Textile  materiel.    See  Clothing  and  textile  materiel. 
Traffic   management  within  United   States.     See 

Transportation. 
Transportation: 

Ocean  transportation,  designation  of  Secretary  of 
Navy  as  Single  Manager  for  ocean  transpor- 
tation and  activities  of  Military  Sea  Trans- 
portation Service 4023 

Traffic  management  within  United  States,  desig- 
nation of  Secretary  of  Army  as  Single  Man- 
ager  •. 4355 

.  Annex  A.  related  responsibilities  of  Single  Man- 
ager and  military  services 4357 

Subsistence  for  Armed  Services,  designation  of  Single 

Manager.    See  Single  Manager  assignments. 
Taxes,  procurement  regulations  respecting.    See  Pro- 
curement. 
Textile  materiel  and  clothing  for  Armed  Services,  des- 
ignation of  Single  Manager.    See  Single  Manager 
assignments. 
Tools,  machine.  Government-owned.    See  Production 
equipment. 

Transportation,  redesignation 1176 

Bills  of   lading   for   transportation   of   household 
goods.    See  main  heading  General  Accounting 
Office. 
By  aircraft  other  than  Military  Air  Transport  Serv- 
ice, redesignation 1176 

By  commercial  aircraft: 
See  also  Travel  accommodations. 
Load  limitations  for  transportation  of  groups  of 

military  personnel .—       839 

Redesignation 1176 

Standards  of  service  for  commercial  charter  air 
transportation;  acccmimodations,  meals,  san- 
itation, safety,  etc 938 

Redesignation 1176 

By  Military  Ai5  Transport  Service,  redesignation 1176 

Explosives,  transportation  of;  redesignation 1176 

Drivers  of  motor  vehicles  transporting  explosives 
and  certain  other  dangerous  articles,  si>ecial 

instructions  for;  redesignation 1176 

Inspection    of    motor    vehicles,    distribution   of 

form  626 , 1746 

Household  goods: 
Of  uniformed  personnel,  transportation  by  motor 

van  carriers;  redesignation .    1176 

Uncrated,  transportation  by  freight  forwarders; 

redesignation .    1176 


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ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


63 


DEFENSE  DEPARTMENT— Continued  ^^' 

Transportation,  redesignatton — Continued 

Loading  rules,  test  loadings  and  test  shipments; 

redesignation 1176 

Motor  common  carrier  facilities  questionnaire  (DD 

form  677) 2042 

Ocean  transportation  and  activities  of  Military  Sea 
Transportation  Service,  designation  of  Single 
Manager.    See  Single  Manager  assignments. 

Reimbursable  and  nonreimbursable  travel,  redesig- 
nation  1176 

Traffic  management  within  United  States,  designa- 
tion of  Single  Manager.  See  Single  Manager 
assigiunents. 

Travel  accommodations  (air,  land,  or  sea)  for  mili- 
tary personnel,  civilian  employees  and  depend- 
ents via  commercial  or  Government  transpor- 
tation within,  to,  from  or  outside  continental 

United  States  at  Government  expense 1589 

Vending  stands,  operation  of;  preference  to  blind  per- 
sons       870 

DEFENSE   MINERALS   EXPLORATION   ADMINISTRA- 
TfON: 

Authority,  delegation,  of,  from  Secretary  of  interior: 
To  Administration:  authority  respecting  designa- 
tion of  executive  officers  of  field  teams. _. 222 

To  executive  officers  of  field  teams;  authority  with 

respect  to  exploration  project  contracts 222 

Government  aid  In  defetLse  exploration  projects; 
ratio  of  contribution  for  various  metals,  inplu- 
sion  of  selenium  (DMEA  1) 3838 

DEFENSE  MOBILIZATION,  OFFICE  OF: 

Amortization  of  emergency  facilities;  expansion  goals. 

'See  Expansion  goals. 
Appointments  without  compensation  and  statements 
of  business  Interests  under  Defense  Production 

Act  of   1950 286, 

439,  621,  757,  758,  1211,  1212,  2607,  2800,  2908, 
2960.  2995.  3071.  3203,  3204,  3704.   3732.  3945. 
4301,  4302,  4693,  4694,  5431,   5513,  5948,   5949, 
6076,   6152,  6202.  6429,  6524,  6730,  6731,  6732. 
6964,  6965.  6981,  7046,  7467.  8982,  8983,  9782 
Armed  Forces  Ready  Reserve;  list  of  critical  occupa- 
tions and  essential  activities  for  guidance  in  se- 
lection of  registrants  for  .enlistment  in  Ready 

Reserve 1 , — 439 

Executive  Order  10650  respecting '. 167 

Assistant  Director  for  Production;  establishment  of 

position  (GAO  vn-1) 5430,  5471 

Assistant  Director  for  Transpwrtation ;  establishment 

of  position  (GAO  XI-1) 5430 

Banking  system  operations,  defense  mobilization  re- 
sponsibilities respecting.  See  Monetary  and  bank 
credit  policies  and  programs. 
Boards.  See  Committees  and  boards. 
Civil  defense:  reduction  of  urban  vulnerability,  re- 
sponsibility of  Federal  Civil  Defense  Administra- 
tor respecting  (DMO  1-18) 270 

Committees  and  boards: 
Army    Integration    Committees;    voluntary   plans, 
etc.,  governing  participating  companies.     See 
Voluntary  plans. 
Executive  Reserve  program,  committees  In  connec- 
tion  with.    See   National   Defense    Executive 
Reserve. 
Interagency  Health  Advisory  Board  (DMO  1-23): 

establishment,  membership 3838,  7491 

Presidential  Advisory  Committee  on  Energy  Sup- 
plies and  Resources  Policy;  appointment  of 
advisors  without  compensation  to  Task  Force.  _    6730. 

6731.  6732 
Regional    Mobilization    Committees    and    Central 
Committee  on  Regional   Mobill2!ation;    func- 
tions, responsibilities,  etc 5191 

Science  Advisory  Committee;  appointments  with- 
out compensation  and  statements  of  business 
interests  under  Defense  Production  Act  of  1950_    757. 

758 
Telecommunications  Advisory  Board ;  establishment 

and  membership 2682,  5866 

Titanium  Advisory  Committee  (DMO  V-2) ;  addi- 
tional members « ._ 7444 

"Conflict  of  Interest"  statutes: 
Appointments  under  Defense  Production  Act.    See 
Appointments. 


270 


1127 


2043 


8919 
5057 


DEFENSE  MOBILIZATION,  OFFICE  OF— Continued         ^^se 
"Conflict  of  interest"  statutes — Continued 
Exemption  of  members  of  Executive  Reserve  not 

full-time  Government  employees  (DMO  1-21 ) ..     1269 
Construction,  protective.    See  Dispersion  of  facilities 

and  protective  construction. 
Credit  policies  and  programs,  defense  mobilization 
responsibilities   respecting.     See  Monetary   and 
bank  credit  policies  and  programs. 
Critical    materials.      See     Strategic     and     critical 

materials. 
Critical  occupations  and  essential  activities,  lists  of, 
for  guidance  in  selection  of  registrants  for  enlist- 
ment in  Ready  Reserve  of  Armed  Forces 439 

Executive  Order  10650  respecting 167 

Defense    mobilization    responsibilities    of    various 
agencies : 
All  agencies  having  defense  mobilization  programs 
under  their  control;   responsibilities  respect- 
ing dispersion  of  facilities  and  protective  con- 
struction (DMO  1-19) 

Board  of  Governors,  Federal  Reserve  System  and 
cooperating  agencies;  responsibilities  resiiect- 
ing  monetary  and  bank  credit  policies  and  pro- 
grams (DMO  1-20). 

Federal  Home  Loan  Bank  Board  and  cooperating 
agencies;  responsibilites  respecting  savings 
and  loan  credit  policies  and  prcigrams  (DMO 

1-22) - 

Labor  Etepartment,  responsibilities  respecting  labor 
force,  development  of  national  wage  and  salary 

stabilization  program,  etc.  (DMO  I-IO) « 

Small  Business  Administration  (DMO  1-24) 

Disaster  areas: 
Lease  of  equipment  and  tools  to  producing  estab- 
lishments crippled  by  floods.     See  Production 
equipment  and  machine  tools. 
Procurement  in.    See  Mobilization  basG. 
Dispersion  of  facilities  and  protective  construction; 

policy,  criteria,  responsibilities  (DMO  1-19) 270 

Emergency    facilities,    amortization    of;    expansion 

goals.    See  Expansion  goals. 
Essential  activities,  list  of.    See  Critical  occupations 

and  essential  activities. 
Executive  Reserve,  National  Defense.    See  National 

Defense  Executive  Reserve. 
Expansion  goals,  issuance  of  accelerateQ  tax  amorti- 
zation certificates  under  section  168  of  Internal 
Revenue  Code: 
Areas  of  production  (DMO  VII-6) : 
Applications   filed    prior    to    August    11.    195&: 

eligibility  for  reconsideration 607 

List  I.  closed  areas  fer  which  no  certificates  will 

be  issued 460, 

2243,  2651.  2864.  6415,  6955,  7372.  9244 
List  III ;  open  areas  for  which  certificates  will  be 

issued 460,  508,  2243,  2651.  2864,  5548.  9244 

Modification  of  goals  for  annual  output  and  supply: 

Freight  cars 2908 

Nickel 3471 

Target  date,  annual  output,  etc.;  laboratories,  re- 
search and  development .    1687 

Health  Advisory  Board,  Interagency;  establishment 

and  membership  (DMO  1-23) __. 3838.7491 

Labor  force.    See  Manpower  mobilization. 
Machine  tools.    Se^  Production  equipment  and  ma- 
chine tools.     . 
Manpower  mobilization: 
Implementation  of  national  manpower  mobilization 
policy  with  respect  to  procurement  and  produc- 
tion scheduling  (DMP  1),  s\^|pension  pending 

review  _ 9978 

Labor  force;  defense  mobilization  responsibilities  of 

Labor  Department  respecting  (DMO  1-24) 5057 

Mobilization  base,  maintenance  of,  to  meet  needs  of 
Defense  E>epartment.  Atomic  Energy  Commission 
and  Maritime  Administration  (DMO-7) : 
Disaster  conditions:    award  of  procurement  con- 
tracts In  disaster  areas;  procedure  to  remain  in 
effect  for  period  areas  are  classified  as  disaster 
areas  under  Public  Law  875,  81st  Congress,  or* 
until  Director  finds  procedure  no  longer  serves 

objective  (Supp.  1) —    1516 

Termination  of  procedure  in  certain  areas: 

Northeastern  flcxxi  area ___-.«-    1521 

West  Coast  flood  area ^^    2505 


DEFENSE  MOBILIZATION,   OFFICE  Of— Continued     P<^ 

Mobilization  base,  maintenance  of.  to  meet  needs  of 

Defense  Department.  Atomic  Energy  Commission 

and   Maritime    Administration    (DMO-7) — Con. 

Goverrunent-owned  and  privately  owned  facilities 

and  Government-owned  tools 197 

Monetary  and  bank  credit  policies  and  programs,  and 

operations    of    banking    system,    preparedness 

measures  relating  to: 

Responsibility  of  Federal  Home  Loan  Bank  Board 

and  cooperating  agencies  respecting   savings 

and  loan  credit  policies  and  programs  (DMO 

1-22) : 2043 

Responsibility  of  Governors  of  Federal  Reserve  Sys- 
tem and  cooperating  agencies  respecting  (DMO 

1-20) 1127 

National  Defense  Executive  Reserve: 
Director  of  ODM  to  institute  and  administer  Execu- 
tive Reserve  program  (Executive  Order  10660) .     1117 
Providing    for   Reserve;    establishment    of    units, 
security    clearance,    training    program,    etc. 

(DMO  1-21) 1269 

Advisory  Committee;  establishment. __ 1270 

Conflict  of  interest  statutes,  exemption  of  re- 
servists   not    full-time    Government    em- 

f      ployees -.-    1270 

Interagency  Executive  Reserve  Committee;  es- 
tabMshment  to  advise  on  coordination  of  pro- 
grams  1269 

Organization: 
Assistant  Director  for  Plans  and  Readiness,  estab- 
lishment  of   position,   functions,    etc..    (GAO 

X-1) 9304 

Assistant  Director  for  Production  (GAO  VII-1) 5430. 

5471 
Assistant     Director     for    Transportation     (GAO 

XI-1) ,- 5430 

Priorities  and  allocations  authority,  policy  on  use  of 

(DMO  VII-3);  revision 253 

Procurement: 
Prom  industries  having  manpower  surpluses,  ap- 
parel and  textile  industries ;  exemption  of  Gen- 
eral Services  Administration  from  certain  pro- 
visions, rescission , 8525 

In  disaster  areas.    See  Mobilization  base. 
Production  equipment  and  machine  tools: 
Maintenance  of  mobilization  base.    See  Mobiliza- 
tion base. 
Policy   guidance  on   disposition   of   Ooverrmient- 
owned  reserve  (DMO  Vn-4) : 
Defense  Department  equipment;  inspection  and 

use  of  "packaged"  equipment 196 

Non-defense  leasmg 196 

Producing  establishments  crippled  by  floods, 
lease  of  equipment  and  tools  in  Defense  De- 
partment and  Commerce  Department  inven- 
tories (Supp-1) •  2242 

Termination  of  leasing  in  certain  areas: 

Northeastern  area 2260 

West  Coast  area 2505 

Records,  wage  and  salary,  under  Defense  Production 
Act.  preservation  of;  establishment  of  April  30, 
1955.  as  final  cut-off  date  (ODM  Regulation  3).-    2940 

Regional  coordination  (DMO  I-l);  revision 5191 

Mobilization  regions;  establishment 5191 

Regional    mobilization    committees    and    Central 

Committee  on  Regional  Mobilization 5191 

Security    clearance    for    Executive    Reserve    (DMO 

1-21) 1269 

Small  business;  defense  mobilization  responsibilities 

of  Small  Business  Administration  (DMO  1-24)..    5057 
Strategic  and  critical  materials,  development  of  sub- 
stitutes for;  authority  of  Director  respecting  (Ex- 
ecutive Order  10662)  ___ _ 1673 

Task  Force  to  Presidential  Advisory  Committee  on 
Energy  Supplies  and  Resources  Policy;  appoint- 
ment of  advisors  without  compensation  6730.  6731,  6732 
Tools,  machine.    See  Mobilization  base;,  and  Produc- 
tion equipment  and  machine  tools. 
Training  program  for  EStecutive  Reserve  (DMO  1-21 ) .    1269 
Urban  viilnerabllity,  reduction  of;  responsibility  of 
Federal  Civil  Defense  Administrator  respecting 
(DMO  1-18) 270 


DEFENSE  MOBILIZATION,  OFFICE  O^— Contfnued      P»8« 
Voluntary  plans^greements,  participating  companies, 
etc: 
Army  Integration  Committees:  ~  ^ 

Army  Aircraft  and  Maintenance  Committee.  978, 1211 
Army  Ordnance  Integration  Committees: 

4.2"  Mortar  Shell  Committee —    1253 

M21  A4  Boosters  Committee 1313 

M48  Type  Fuzes  Committee 1332 

Pyrotechnics,  military 1469 

Small  arms  ammunition  (excepting  20  MM) ..  10018 

20  MM  Cartridge  Cases  Committee 1254 

20  MM  Projectiles  and  Fuzes  Committee 1332 

Foreign  petroleum   supply 5703,  6626.  6964.  7640, 10262 

Tanker  capacity,  contribution  of 1687 

Wage    and    salary    recQfds,    preservation    of.    See 

Records. 
Wage  and  salary  stabilization  program;  defense  mo- 
bilization responsibilities  of  Labor  Department 
(DMO  I-IO) : 8919 

DEFENSE    PRODUCmON    ACTT,    administration    of 

(Executive  Order  10662) 1673 

DENTISTS,  military  service  of.    See  Medical,  dental. 

and  allied  specialists. 
DISASTERS: 

Army  Department  poli<;ies,  responsibilities,  etc 1831 

Disaster  loans: 
Designation  of  eligible  areas: 
Agricultural  areas,  loans  for.    See  Agriculture 

Department. 
Small  business  loansr    See  Small  Business  Ad- 
ministration. 
Production    and    property    damage    loans.      See 
Farmers  Home  Administration. 
Procurement  in  disaster  areas.    See  Defense  Mobili- 
zation, Office  of. 
Production  equipment  and  machine  tools;  lesise  to 
flood-crippled  areas.    See  Defense  Mobilization. 
Office  of. 
Transportation  of  livestock  and  livestock  feed  at  re- 
duced  rates.     See  Interstate  Commerce  Com- 
mission. 

DISCRIMINATION,  on  account  of  race,  creed,  etc. : 
Interpretation  of  Executive  Orders  10479  and  10557. 

See  Government  Contracts  Committee. 
Procurement  regulations  of   armed  services;   labor 
regulations.    See  Defense  Department. 
DISTRICT  OF  COLUMBIA ;  income  taxes,  withholding 

of,  by  Federal  agencies  (Executive  Order  10672)  __    5127 

DRUGS: 

Addiction-forming  and  addiction-sustaining  drugs. 
See  Narcotics  Bureau. 

Certification  and  test.  See  Food  and  Drug  Admin- 
istration. 

Heroin,   and   compounds  containing,   surrender   of, 

regulations  respecting;  proposed  rule  making —    5778 

Insecticides,  germicides,  etc.  (economic  poisons) ; 
regulations  for  enforcement  of  Federal  Insecti- 
cide. Fungicide,  and  Rodenticide  Act.  See  Agri- 
culture Department. 

Poliomyelitis  vaccine,  standards;  joint  regulations  of 
Surgeon  Generals  of  Army,  Navy,  and  Public 
Health  Service ^ _  4922,  9227 

Procurement  of  narcotics  by  civil  defense  officials 
during  state  of  civil  defense  emergency,  pro- 
cedure; Internal  Revenue  Service  regulations 8056 


EDISON  LABORATORY  NATIONAL  MONUMENT, 
West  Orange.  N.  J.;  establishment  (Proclamation 
8148) ^.J 5339 

EDUCATION,  OFFICE  OF: 

Areas  affected  by  Federal  activities: 
Construction  of  schools  in.    See  Construction  of 

minimum  school  facilities. 
Financial  assistance  for  current  expenditures  for 
local  educational  agencies  and  arrangements 
for  fr&e  public  education  of  certain  children 

residing  on  Federal  property —    6754 

Arrangements  under  section  6  of  act 6757 

DeflniUons 6754 

Filing  applications  and  reports  and  computing 

and  making  payments  to  applicants 6754 


64 


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ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


EDUCATION,  OFFICE  OF— Confinoed  P^se 

Construction  of  minimum  school  faciliMes  in  areas 
affected  by  Federal  activities.  Federal  assistance 
for: 
Under  Title  in  of  act ;  filing,  processing,  and  estab- 
lishment of  deadline  for  applications; 

After  June  30.  1956 6194 

Applications  filed  after  July  15.  1955.  final  dead- 
line with  respect  to  funds  available  during 

fiscal  year  1956 1232.4344 

Under  Title  IV  of  act ;  filing,  processing  and  estab- 
lishment of  deadline  for  applications  after  June 

'   30.    1956 6194 

Library  services  to  rural  areas  without  such  services 
♦  or  with  inadequate  services.  Federal  assistance 
under  Library   Services  Act;    definitions.   State 
plans.  Federal  financial  participation  and  pay- 
ment      9651 

Federal  share  under  Library  Services  Act  for  years 

ending  June  30.  1958.  and  June  30.  1959 6798 

EDUCATION  WEEK,  AMERICAN.  1956  (Proclamation 

3154) ^ 6803 

EDUCATION    AND    WELFARE    DEPARTMENT.     See 
Health.  Education,  and  Welfare  Department. 

EDUCATIONAL  FACILITIES : 

Educational  broadcast  stations;  radio  broadcast  serv- 
ices.    See  Federal  Communications  Commission. 
Educational  requirements  for  appointment  to  certain 

positions.     See  Civil  Service  Commission. 
Federal  assistance  in  areas  affected  by  Federal  activi- 
ties.    See  Education.  Office  of. 
Military  personnel.    See  Army  Department;  and  Coast 
Guard. 
'    Persons  from  foreign  countries  permitted  to  receive 
instruction  at  Military,   Naval.   Air  Force,   and 
Merchant  Marine  Academies   (Executive  Order 

10661)  _ -— - _ 1315 

Vocational  rehabilitation  and  education.    See  Vet- 
erans Administration;  arid  Vocational  Rehabili- 
tation, Office  of. 
EGYPTIAN  ASSETS  CONTROL  REGULATIONS-  5777,  5861 
EMERGENCY  BOARDS,  to  investigate  labor  disputes. 
See  National  Mediation  Board. 

EMERGENCrX'  FACILITIES.  AMORTIZATION  OF: 
Certificates  of  necessity,  issuance  under  section  168  of 
Internal  Revenue  Code.    See  Defense  Mobiliza- 
tion. Office  of. 
Tax  deductions;  income  tax  regulations.    See  Inter- 
nal Revenue  Service. 

EMPLOYEES  COMPENSATION  BUREAU:  , 

Records,  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.    See 
main  heading  Records. 

EMPLOYMENT  SECURITY  BUREAU: 

Unemployment  compensation  for  Federal  employees 
under  title  XV.  Social  Security  Act;  regulations 
respecting : 
Federal  agencies,  responsibilities  of: 

Definitions;  "official  station."  and  "findings"__-_    4429 

.  Findings  by  Federal  agency 4430 

Information  to  Federal  employees  about  unem- 
ployment compensation  when  agency  is  ad- 
vised that  enfployee  is  on  nonpay  status 4430 

Request  for  additional  information,  correction 

and  reconsideration  of  findings 4430 

Terminal  annual  leave  payment,  allocation  of 4430 

State  employment  security  agencies,  responisibilities 
of: 

Adjustments  and  apF>eals 4431 

Assignment  of  Federal  service  and  Federal  wages-    4430 

Definitions:  "official  station",  "findings" 4430 

Determination  of  entitlement . 4430 

Effect  of  Federal  agency's  findings 4430 

Redetermination  after  corrected  findings 4431 

ENGINEERS,    CORPS    OF;    DEPARTMENT    OF    THE 
ARMY: 

Anchorage  regulations: 
Anchorage  grounds:  .        . 

Cahfornia: 

Los  Angeles  and  Long  Beach  Harbors 6955 

San  Diego  Harbor _.    7796 

San  Joaquin  River,  anchorage  29,  revocation —    6181 
Delaware,  Delaware  Bay  and  River,  anchorage  A 

north  of  Reedy  Point —    1593 


ENGINEERS,    CORPS    OF;  DEPARTMENT    OF    THE     P^'se 
ARMY — Continued 
Anchorage  regulations — Continued 
Anchorage  grounds — Continued 

Florida,  Tampa  Bay__ — _ 6825, 10253 

Illinois.  Chicago  Harbor 10335 

Massachusetts,  Nantucket  Harbor 2519 

New  Yorlc,  port  of;  upper  bay 4911 

Puerto  Rico,  Ponce  Harbor..- -    3373 

Rhode  Island.  Narragansett  Bay 5058 

Virgin   Islands,   St.   Thonltis   Harbor,   Charlotte 

Amalie  _. - 10335 

Virginia : 
Cape  Charles,   Chesapeake  Bay  near;   naval 
explosives  and  ammunition-handling  an- 
chorage, revocation 1647 

Hampton  Roads;  anchorage  A,  Hampton  Bar..      421 
Special  anchorage  areas: 
California: 

Los  Angeles  and  Long  Beach  Harbors 1270, 6955 

San  Diego  Harbor 7796 

New  York: 
Buffalo,  Black  Rock  Channel  opposite  toot  of 

Porter  Avenue 1848 

Jamaica  Bay 10253 

Oregon.  Columbia  River 10335 

Bridge  regulations: 
Arkansas : 
Arkansas  River;  Highway  Department  and  St. 
Louis-San     Francisco     Railway     Com[>any 
bridges  at  Van  Buren,  and  Missouri  Pacific 

Railroad  Company  bridge  at  Fort  Smith 1517 

Black    River,    Missouri    Pacific    Railroad    Co. 
bridges: 

At  Paroquet 1594,8285 

Near  Corning,  revocation 1594 

Little  Red  River;  Missouri  Pacific  Railroad  Co. 
bridge  at  Judsonia  and  Arkansas  Highway 

bridges  at  Judsonia  and  Searcy 4406 

Ouachita  River;  Chicago.  Rock  Island  and  Pacific 

Railroad  Co.  bridge  at  Calion 1593 

Red  River;  Highway  Department  and  Kansas  City 
Southern    Railway    Company     bridges    at 

Ifcdex .. - 1517 

-    White  River: 

Chicago.  Rock  Island  and  Pacific  Railway  Com- 
pany bridge  near  De Vails  Bluff 1648 

Missouri  Pacific  Railroad  Co.  bridges: 

At  Cotter. _ r 1594 

At  Newport 1594 

Near  Augusta 1648 

Near  Benzal 1647 

St.  Louis  Southwestern  Railway  Lines  bridge  at 

Clarendon 1647 

State  Highway  bridges: 

At  Batesville -    1594 

At  DeValls  Bluff ._     1647 

California:  Los  Angeles  and  Long  Beach  Harbors, 

Long  Beach  Entrance  Channel 2128 

Delaware: 

Brandywine  River,  Pennsylvania  Railroad  bridge 

and  certain  Highway  bridges 10253 

Christina  River;  State  Highway  bridges  at  Third 

•Street  and  Market  Street,  Wilmington 7373 

Florida: 

Intracoastal    Waterway:    Hollywood    Boulevard 

bridge _ 6956 

Manatee  River;  State  Road  Department  bridge 

near  Bradenton 6181 

Miami  River,  highway  bridges  from  mouth  to 

Northwest  27th  Ave.,  Miami 7182 

New  River  and  New  River  Sound,  Ft.  Lauder- 
.  dale: 

East  Las  Olas  Boulevard  Bridge 8085 

Southeast  Sixth  Avenue   (Federal  Highway) 

Bridge   8085 

Sunrise  Boulevard  Bridge 8085 

Tiout  River;   Seaboard  Air  Line  Railroad  Co. 

bridge  at  Panama 9766 

Louisiana,  Bayou  Teche. ;  highways  bridge  at  Breaux 

Bridge 7797 

Maine,  Mount  Desert  Narrows;  highway  bridge  be- 
tween   mainland    and    Thompson    Island    at  - 
Trenton 1517 


6826 

3374 
6069 


9596 
1594 

1647 
6273 
10233 
6566 
7990 

7990 
5723 
9228 


ENGINEERS,    CORPS    OF;    DEPARTMENT    OF    THE     Pae« 
ARMY — Continued 

Bridge  regulations — Continued 
Maryland: 
Chester  River;  State  Roads  Commission  bridge 

at  Chestertown 

Dorseys  Creek;  Baltimore  and  Annapolis  Railroad 

Co.  bridge  at  Annapolis 

Massachusetts,  Boston  Harbor;   bridges 

Missouri,  Osage  River;  Missouri  Pacific  Railroad  Co. 
and  State  Highway  Commission  bridges  near 

^^eo  D'o      CMtV  — —     ___  —  —  _—  —  —  — 

New  Hampshire.  Bellamy  River;  Stiate  Highway 
bridge  at  Dover 

New  Jersey,  Overpeck  Creek;  New  York,  Susque- 
hanna and  Western  Railroad  Co.  bridge  and 
West  Shore  Railroad  Co.  bridge  at  Ridgefield 

Park 

New  York,  Flushing  Creek;   Whitestone  Parkway 

Bridge 

Pennsylvania,  Schuylkill  River,  City  of  Philadelphia 

bridge  at  South  Street -, 

Tennessee,  Cumberland  River;  Louisville  and  Nash- 
ville Railroad  Company  bridge  at  Clarksville — 
Texas: 

Arroyo  Colorado,  correction  of  title ' — 

Lavaca  River;  St.  Louis,  Brownsville  and  Mexico 
Railway  Company  and  Highway  Department 

bridges  near  Vanderbilt 

Washington;  Lewis  River,  Northern  Pacific  Railway 

bridge , 

Bridges,  advance  approval  of  location  and  plans  by 

Secretary  of  Army  and  Chief  of  Engineers 

Claims  and  Appeals  Board,  rules  of,  respecting  pro- 
curement activities  of  Engineers  Corps.  See 
Procurement  activities. 
Continental  Shelf,  outer;  geological  and  geophysical 
explorations  seaward  of  submerged  lands  of 
Florida,  requirement  respecting  permission  from 

Corpjs  of  Engineers _ 

Danger  zone  regulations: 
California : 
Naval  Air  Station,  Alameda;  naval  aircraft  op- 
erating area.  Pacific  Ocean  off  Tomales  Point- 
Pacific  Ocean  off  Point  Reyes,  northwest  of  Far- 
allon  Islands:  bombing  target  area.  Naval  Air 

•    Station,  Alameda,  revocation 

Delaware,  Atlantic  Ocean  off;  Rehoboth  ar^d  Beth- 
any Beach  ranges,  antiaircraft  artillery  firing 

areas  

Florida : 

Gulf  of  Mexico  south  of  Apalachee  Bay,  Air  Force 

rocket  firing  range -— - 

St.  Andrew  Bay,  Gulf  of  Mexico  in  vicinity  of, 

Navy  mine  testing  area : 

Maryland,  Potomac  River,  naval  torpedo  testing 

range,  Piney  Point;  revocation 

New  York,  Montauk,  Atlantic  Ocean  off  Camp  Hero 
Military  Reservation;  antiaircraft  artillery  fir- 
ing  range 

Puerto  Rico,  Mona  Passage  to  vicinity  of  Monito 
Island;  aerial  bombing  range,  Ramey  Air  F<*ce 

Base 5089. 

Virginia,  Fort  Monroe,  Chesapeake  Bay;  submarine 

mine  depot  and  na^l  ordnance  laboratory 

Flood  control  regulations,  California: 

American  River,  Folsom  Dam  and  Reservoir 

Tuolumne  River  Project;   Hetch  Hetchy,  Cherry 
Valley,  and  Don  Pedro  Dams  and  Reservoirs.. 
Houseboats,  use  of,  in  reservoir  areas.     See  Reservoir    • 

areas. 
Navigation  regulations: 

Alaska,  Lutak  miet 6070.  10337 

California:  ' 

Los  Angeles  Harbor,  naval  restricted  area 

Los  Angeles  and  Long  Beach  Harbors 

Kentucky,  Ohio  River  and  tributaries: 

Navigation  lights  on  certain  locks  and  dams 

Rough  River  Lock  and  Dam  near  Hartford,  opera- 
tion discontinued 

Maryland.  Potomac  River;  naval  torpedo  testing 

station,  Piney  Point — — 

Massachusetts: 

Cape  Cod  Canal_. ......-.^. ... - 

Bowxy—bi 0 


2129 

8285 

6274 

450 

2944 
2466 
2817 

421 

10336 

421 

4315 

2682 


1270 
6956 

4561 

4561 

2817 

10336 


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ENGINEERS,    CO){PS    OF;    DEPARTMENT    OF    THE     p»s« 
ARMY— Continued 

Navigation  regulations — Continued 
Massachusetts — Continued 

Deer  Island,  Massachusetts  Bay  northeast  of; 

naval  restricted  area 1593 

Michigan,  St.  Marys  Falls  Canal  and  Locks 8285. 10253 

Texas.   Galveston  Bay,  seaplane  restricted   area; 

revocation 10253 

Virginia : 

Fort  Monroe.  Chesapeake  Bay  off;  U.  S.  Naval 

Base  and  Naval  Ordnance  Laboratory 1593 

Norfolk.  Hampton  Roads  and  Willoughby  Bay; 

seaplane  restricted  areas 5723 

Washington,  Columbia  River;  McNary  Dam  Navi- 
gation Lock  and  approach  channels 40139 

Procurement  activities,  rules  of  Claims  and  Appeals 
Board :       . 

Appeals  pending  litigation ^ * 8185 

Clearance  of  appellant's  legal  counsel  or  other  rep- 
resentative  2519,  6087 

Real  estate  activities  in^connection  with  civil  works 
projects;  reconveyance  of  land  acquired  for  Jim- 
Woodruff  Reservoir,  Florida  and  Georgia,  to  for- 
mer owners 1932 

Reservoirs : 

•  Jim  Woodruff  reservoir,  Florida  and  Georgia,  re- 
conveyance of  land  acquired  for,  to  former 

owners : 1932 

Reservdir  areas,  public  use  of: 
Areas  covered: 

Idaho,  Lucky  Peak  Reservoir  Area,  Boise  River_ 

Tennessee,  (^leatham  Reservoir  Area 

Texas.    Texarkana    Reservoir    Area,    Sulphur 

River . 

Houseboats  prohibited: 

Idaho,  Lucky  Peak  Reservoir  Area.  Boise  River. 

Texas,    Texarkana    Reservoir    Area,    Sulphur 

River 


5405 
2169 

583 

5405 

583 

ESCAPEE  PROGRAM,  administration  of  (Executive  Or- 
-      der    10663) 1845 

ESSENTIAL  ACTIVITIES  AND  CRITICAL  OCCUPA- 
TIONS, lists  of,  for  use  in  selecting  and  screening 
members  of  Ready  Reserve  (Executive  Order  10650, 

10651) 167, 169 

Publication  of  lists  by  Office  of  Defense  Mobilization —  ■   439 

EUROPEAN  MIGRATION,  INTERDEPARTMENTAL 
COMMITTEE  FOR;  policy-making  functions  of 
International  C<X)peration  Administration  respect- 
ing, termination  (Executive  Order  10663) -     1845 

EXECUTIVE  OFFICE  OF  THE   PRESIDENT: 

See  Budget  Bureau. 

Central  Intelligence  Agency. 
Defense  Mobilization,  Office  of. 

EXECUTIVE  ORDERS.    See  Presidential  documents. 

EXECUTIVE  RESERVE.  NATIONAL  DEFENSE.  See 
National  Defense  Executive  Reserve. 

toa»LOSIVES.  transportation  of.  See  Civil  Aeronautics 
Board;  Coast  Guard;  Defense  Department;  and  In- 
terstate Commerce  Commission. 

EXPORT  CONTROL..   See  Foreign  Commerce  Bureau. 

EXPORTS.    See  Imports  and  exports. 


FARM  CREDIT  ADMINISTRATION: 

Bonds,  of  Federal  land  banks.    See  Federal  land 

banks. 
Cooperative  associations: 
Loans  for.    See  Federal  Intermediate  credit  banks. 
Production  credit  associations,  loans  by.    See  Pro- 
duction credit  system. 
Farm  loan  systerii.    See  Federal  land  banks;  and  Na- 
tional farm  loan  associations. 
Federal  Farm  Mortgage  Corporation,  disposal  of  min- 
eral interests;  title  requirements,  and  review  re- 
quirements by  district  personnel,  redesignation 

and  revision 10358 

Federal  intermediate  credit  banks: 

Collateral  trust  debentures;  lost,  stolen,  destroyed, 
mutilated,  or  defaced  debentures  (substitution 
for  "Farm  Credit  Administration",  for  "Inter- 
mediate Credit  Commissioner") .  10358 


north  of  Reedy  Point. 


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._  10358 


FARM  CREDIT  ADMINISTRATION — Continued 

Federal  intermediate  credit  banks— Continued 

Cooperative  associations,  loans  to;  reV^ation lOjaa 

Definitions;  "staple  agricultural  products",  revoca- 

tion  -     10358 

Interest  and'discount  rates;  appUcation 10358 

Loans  and  discounts: 
Pees  and  ottier  charges;  revocation ioj&» 

Maturities:  ,noco 

Intermediate-term  loans 10358 

Loans  to  finance  grain  storage  bins  on  farms, 
under  Commodity  Credit  Corporation  pro- 

'  grams- ^0358 

Maturities  of  other  securities 10358 

Privately  capitalized  financing  institutions,  credit 

^  to: 

•  Advances,  temporary,  to  financing  institutions; 

revocation ■-  10358 

Eligibility  of  paper:                               .        ,.      . 
Notes  given  to  merchants;  farmer's  note  given 
to  financing  institution  for  farm  supplies, 
machinery,  etc.,  deletion  of  provisions  re- 
specting  r-"  — 

Notes  of  irrigation  companies,  etc.  (substitu- 
tion of  "Farm  Credit  Administration",  for 

"Intermediate  Credit  Commissioner") 

Insolvent  financing  institutions  (substitution  of 
"Farm  Credit  Corporation",  for  "Intermediate 

Credit  Commissioner") J^of? 

Loans  to  financing  institutions- -, 10358 

Substitution  of  direct  obligations  (financing  in- 

stitutions).   revocation 10358 

Federal  land  banks: 
Fees  and  charges: 

Fees  and  charges  on  loans;  revision 8643,  8643 

Regulations   issued  by   individual  Federal   land 

banks;  revocation:  ,«oBe 

Baltimore  Federal  Land  Bank.— 10355 

Berkeley  Federal  Land  Bank—' 10357 

Columbia  Federal  Land  Bank 10355 

Houston  Federal  Land  Bank 10357 

Louisville  Federal  Land  Bank — -  10355 

New  Orleans  Federal  Land  Bank 10355 

-Omaha  Federal  Land  Bank '—  10357 

St.  Louis  Federal  Land  Bank 10355 

St.  Paul  Federal  Land  Bank, 10357 

Spokane  Federal  Land  Bank 8266.  10358 

Springfield  Federal  Land  Bank ^^?^5 

Wichita  Federal  Land  Bank 10357 

General  provisions  respecting  bonds,  loans,  mort- 
gages, applicants,  payments,  etc 3737, 

4709,  6627,  8643,  8985,  9323,  10167 

Revocation  of  subchapter 10355 

Governor,  authority  of  certain  officers  to  act  in  absence 

of 8035 

National  farm  loan  associations: 
Fees    and    charges   on    loans.    See   Federal    land 

banks. 
General  provisions  respecting  members,  personnel.  c 

liquidations.  consoUdations,  etc.,  revision. _  8643,  8647 
Production  credit  system: 
Particular  production  credit  associations: 

Loans  guaranteed  by  Commodity  Credit  corpora- 
tion, revocation 10331 

Supervision  by  Federal  intermediate  credit  bank 

of  associations  in  First  Farm  Credit  District-  -  1033 1 

Production  credit  associations 10327 

Consolidation  or  merger  of  associations;  volun- 
tary liquidation - - 10330' 

Eligibility;  loan  to  third  party •_r.—    5515 

'  General  provisions 10330 

Investment  and  dividends 10329 

Loans  to  members 10328 

FARM  SAFETY  WEEK,  NATIONAL,  1956  (Proclama- 
tion 3129) 1877 

FARM-CITY  WEEK,  NATIONAL,  1956  (Proclamation 

3153) - ^;;-      6°89 

FARMERS  HOME  ADMINISTRATION: 

Apcount  scFvicinfiT  * 
Collections;  authority  to  certain  Farmers  Home  Ad- 
ministration employees  respecting 3856 


FARMERS  HOME  ADMINISTRATION—ConHnutd 

Account  servicing — Continued         c     ^        .  „ 

Debt  settlement;  compromise,  adjustment,  canceua- 
tion,  charge-off,  etc..  State  Office  handling: 
Restriction  on  approving  settlements  of  Arkansas 
-  Rural  Rehabilitation  Corporation  indebted- 


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ness. 


450 


Settlement -without  application 4265 

Payment  in  full:  .      ^  ^  ^ 

Direct  farm  ownership,  other  real  estate,  and 

farm  housing  accounts,  and  insured  farm 

ownership  accounts  assigned  to.  and  held  by, 

the  insurance  fund J^O 

Authorization:  County  supervisor --       1]0 

General  provisions 170, 7142 

Insured  farm  ownership  accounts,  assigned  to, 
and  held  by.  the  Insurance  fund.    See  Direct 
farm  ownership,  etc. 
Routine  for  servicing  varioxis  accounts: 
Account  servicing  policies: 
Application  of  payments  on  farm  ownership, 
soil  and  water  conservation  (except  water 
,    facilities   loan   accounts   coded   J),   farm 
housing  and  other  real  estate  loan  ac- 
counts: * 

Extra  payments  and  refunds o053 

Finance  Office  handling 6055 

Notifying  borrowers  of  application  of  pay- 
ments     "'^o 

Refunds  on  direct  and  insured  loan  accounts, 

revocation -. 6055 

Definition  of  types  of  payments  on  all  loan  ac- 
counts; extra  payments "WO 

Other  account  servicing  information;  re- 
amortizing  direct  farm  ownership,  farm 
housing,  and  direct  soil  and  water  con- 
servation accounts 2227 

Payment  in  full  and  refinancing  of  insured  farm 

ownership  loans;  redesignation  and  revision.     5555 
Servicing   accounts  of   borrowers  entering  the 

armed  forces;  revocation Xii 

Taxes,  real  estate;  redesignation  and  revision 263 

Authority,    delegations    of,    from    Administrator    to 
various  officials:                                         ^^     .4, 
Assistant   Administrator    (PVopram) ;    authorities, 
powers,  functions  and  duties  relating  to  pro- 
grams, correction 6^® 

DMjuty  Administrator;  authorities,  powers,  func- 
tions And  duties  relating  to  programs,  correc- 
tion  -7-      »88 

Bank  accounts,  supervised;  use  of  by  farm  ownership 
borrowers,  establishment  of  joint  survivorship  ac- 
count when  title  is  held  jointly  by  husband  and 

wife  with  right  of  survivorship 309 

Collections  on  loans.    See  Account  servicing. 
Construction  and  repair: 

Minimum  construction  standards  for  farm  owner- 
ship and  farm  housing  loans ■--     9239 

Performing  farm  development  for  farm  ownership, 
farm  housing,  and  individual  soil  and  water 

conservation  loans;  redesignation 9241 

Planning  farm  develoiJment  for  farm  ownership, 
farm  housing,  and  individual  soil  and  water 
conservation  loans;  redesignation 9241 

Debt  settlement:  .,..,. 

By  compromise,  adjustment,«cancellation,  charge- 
off,  etc.     See  Account  servicing. 

Voluntary   debt   adjustment   program,   for  Great 

Plains  areas.    See  Great  Plains  area. 

Emergency  loans:  ,aom 

Economic  emergency  loans,  revocation ivaov 

For  Great  Plains  area.    See  Great  Plains  area. 

Livestock  hay  and  roughage  feed  program  functions. 

See  Organization. 
Production  emergency  and  property  damage  loans. 

See  Production  emergency  and  property  dam-. 

age  loans.  inoRA 

Special  emergency  loans,  revocation — -—  103S8 

Emergency  loans  (production,  economic,  and  special)  -  10358 

Farm  housing  loans: 

Account  servicing.    See  Account  serviclnjr. 

Direct  farm  housing  loans  under  section  502  or 

Housing  Act  of  1949 3477^6210 

Servicing  of  loans  and  security.  See  Account  serv- 
icing; and  Security  servicing. 


FARMERS  HOME  ADMINISTRATION— ConHnued         p<«« 
Farm  ownership  loans: 
Applicants ;  applications,  selection,  etc.,  revocation.  10441 
Appraisal  of  farms;  earning  capacity  appraisal-  6207, 9789 
Basic  regulations: 

General  provisions:  terms  of  loans,  sale  of  nonde- 

linquent  insured  mortgages  to  Government.     2427 
Loan  limitations:  average  value  of  farms  in  var- 
ious States,  Puerto  Rico,  and  Virgin  Islands: 

Colorado  1094 

Delaware  2121 

Illinois  7019 

Indiana   601 

Kentucky  _l 919 

Maine 2121 

Maryland . 2121 

Minnesota 6985 

New  York 7019 

Ohio   2583 

Pennsylvania ^^ 602 

Puerto  Rico ^ 3411 

South  Dakota 5475 

.  Tennessee  4785 

Texas   - 3667,  9735 

Utah 2369 

Virgin  Islands .^      693 

Virginia  j 4545 

West  Virginia ^ 7841 

_        Wisconsin 2859 

Revocation  and  redesignation 10441 

Construction   and   repairs    (farm   ownership    and 
farm  housing  programs) : 

Minimum  construction  standards 1223 

Planning    farm    development    (farm    ownership 
and  individual  soil  and  water  conservation 

loans) 3855 

Redesignation 9239 

Farm  development.     See  Construction  and  repair. 

Farms,  selection  of;  revocation.-^ 1 10441 

Housing:,  construction  and  repair.    See  Construc- 
tion and  repair. 
Land  development,  minimum  standards;   revoca- 
tion      9364 

Loans  primarily  for  refinancing 10447 

Policies   and   authorities 10441 

Processing  of  loans: 
Initial  loans,  State  and  county  office  routine: 
Action  by  County  Sujjervisor  following  receipt 
of  closing  instructions: 

Handling  loan  checks 3715 

Insurance  endorsement  for  insured  loan 4997 

Insured   loan 1226 

Action  by  loan  approval  officials;  special  re- 
quirements for  loans  in  designated  areas, 

revocation.^ 2583 

Action  by  StffW  Office  after  approval  of  loan..    1226 
County  committee  certification;  change  of  ref- 

"»  erence  to  certain  forms 62J0 

Loan  approval  authority 4312 

Real  estate  loans  to  Indians  who  own  land  in 

trust  or  restricted*  status 8266 

Second  mortgage  direct  loans;  in  States  where 

prior  mortgage  holder  may  foreclose 1226 

Subsequent  loans 5551, 10447 

Repairs. ,  See  Construction  and  repairs. 
Security  servicing  and  liquidations.    See  Security 
servicing  and  liquidations. 

Title  clearance,  revocation  and  redesignation 9929 

Farm  Tenant-Mortgage  Insurance  Fund,  functions 

respecting.     See  Organization. 
Feed  program;  emergency  livestock  hay  and  rough- 
age feed  program  functions 7351 

Great  Plains  area,  assistance  in;  policies,  procedures 

and   authorities 5978 

Great  Plains  emergency  loans 5978 

Voluntary  debt  adjustment  program 5981 

Hurricane  relief  loans,  to  Puerto  Rico.    See  Loans. 
Indians,  loans,  to.    See  Farm  ownership  loans;  and 
Soil  and  water  conservation  loans. 

Insurance,  real  property 7507 

Liquidation  of  security.    See  Security  servicing  and 

liquidations. 
Loans: 
Account  servicing.    See  Account  servicing. 
Emergency  loans.    See  Emergency  loans. 


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FARMERS    HOME   ADMINISTRATION— ConHnued 

Loans — Continued 
Farm  housing  loans.    See  Farm  housing  loans. 
Farm  ownership  loans.    See  Farm  ownership  loans. 
Hurricane  relief  loans  for  Puerto  Rico;  fimctions 

respecting : 7530 

Indians,  loans  to.    See  Farm  ownership  loans;  and 

Soil  and  water  conservation  loans. 
Poultrymen,  loans  to  finance  commercial  laying 
fiocks.    See  Production  and  subsistence  loans. 
Security  servicing  and  liquidations.    See  Security 

^rvlcing  and  liquidations. 
Soil  and  water  conservation  loans.    See  Soil  and 

water  conservation  loans. 
Watershed  and  flood  prevention  loans,  functions 
respecting.    See  Organization. 
Mohair  and  w(X)l  marketed  by  consignment,  releases 
of  liens  on.    See  Security  servicing  and  liquida- 
tions: operating  loans. 
Operating  loans;  security  servicing  and  liquidations. 

See  Security  servicing  and  liquidations. 
Organization,  functions,  etc. : 
Emergency  livestock  hay  and  roughage  feed  pro- 
gram functions 7351 

Farm  Tenant-Mortgage  Insurance  Fund,  functions 

respecting  issuance  of  notes 1907 

Watershed  Protection  and  Flood  Prevention  Act, 
functions  respecting  making  of  loans  or  ad- 
vancements under 9781 

Processing  loans.     See  Farm  ownership  loans;  and 

Soil  and  water  conservation  loans. 
Production  emergency  and  property  damage  loans; 
loans    under    section    2,    Public    Lavp    37,    81st 
Congress : 

Loan  purposes 1001,  237i 

Redesignation . 10358 

Security  requirements;  first  lien  on  all  crops  grow- 
ing or  to  be  grown 1001 

Production  and  subsistence  loans: 
Policies  and  authorities: 
Authorities  for  making  annual  production  and 

subsistence  loans 2122 

Loans  to  poultrymen  to  finance  commercial  lay- 
ing flocks,  making  and  servicing  of;  revoca- 
tion       9365 

Use  of  loan  funds: 

Limitations  on 271,J7 

Refinancing  of  certain  indebtedness 887' 

Processing;  loan  forms  and  routines,  special  re- 
quirements for  loans  in  designated  areas '  2583" 

Property  damage  loans.    See  Production  emergency 

and  property  damage  loans. 
Puerto  Rico: 

Farm  ownership  loans.    See  Farm  ownership  loans. 

Hurricane  relief  loans  for 7580 

Real  property  insurance.    See  Insurance. 
•  Records,  non-Federal ;  retention  requirements.     See 
main  heading  Records. 
Repairs  and  construction  (farm  ownership  and  farm 
housing  programs).    See  Farm  ownership  loans. 
Rural  Rehabilitation  Corporation.  Arkansas;  restric- 
-     tions   on   settlement   of   Indebtedness   of.     See 
Account  servicing:  debt  settlement. 
Security  servicing  and  liquidations: 
Farm  ownership  loans : 
Assignment  of  insured  mortgages  to  Government 

in  trust 6055 

Farms  not  suitable  for  purposes  of  Title  I.  sale 
of;  acceptance  of  bids,  change  of  reference 

to  forms 6210 

Farms  with  release  f ronr  personal  liability,  trans- 
fers of;   preparation  of  transfer  docket  in 
county  office,  change  of  references  to  "Earn- 
ing Capacity  Report"  to  "Appraisal  Report"_    6210 
Notes,    insured,    assignment   of;    general   policies, 
responsibilities  of  Director,  Finance  Office  to 
advise  holder  of  note  as  to  sale  of  nondelin- 

quent  insured  mortgages  to  Government 2427 

Operating  loans: 
General  security  servicing: 
Disposition  of  security  property  other  than  real 
estate;  authority  of  Coxmty  Supervisor  to 
redelegate  authority  to  execute  releases 2609 


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FARMERS    HOME   ADMINISTRATION— Conflnued 

Security  servicing  and  liquidations — Continued 
Operating  loans — Continued 

General  security  servicing — Continued 
Liens  on  crops,  wool  and  mohair,  etc.,  author- 
ity to  execute  waivers  of: 
Acreage  reserve  program,  1956;  liens  in  con- 
nection with 5341 

Crop    liens    for    borrowers    receiving    loans 
^  under   Commodity    Credit    Corporation 

Program 2609 

Wool  and  mohair  marketed  by  consignment, 

— '  liens  on 1067 

Liens  on  crops,  wool  and  mohair,  acreage  reserve 
7  program,  etc.,  release  of.     See  General  se- 

curity servicing. 
"  Soil  and  water  conservation  loans: 

Account  servicing.    See  Account  servicing. 
Construction  and  repair,  in  planning  farm  develop- 
~     '         ment.    See  Farm  ownership  loans. 
Policies  and  authorities: 

General:  compliance  with  special  laws  and  regu- 
lations  • -     1226 

Loans  to  individuals:    ' 

Rates  and  terms;  repayments 1226 

Security   requirements,    special;    when   junior 

lien  is  taken  on  real  estate : 1227 

Use  of  loan  funds 7929, 9757 

Processing  of  loans: 
To  associations: 
Action    between    approval    and    closing    of 

loan 3715.9760 

Loan  approval  and  issuance  of  closing  instruc- 
tions, and  rejection  of  loans 9760 

Loan  closing,  preparation  of  promissory  note—    4997 
To  individuals: 
Loan  closing: 

Initial  loan  Insurance  charge 1227 

Preparation  of  promissory  note 1227,4997 

When  both  real  estate  and  chattel  liens  are 

taken  as  security 1227 

When  liens  on  real  estate,  interest  in  real 
estate,  or  water  rights  are  to  be  taken  as 
security  for  loan;  water  stock  certifi- 
cates  ■- 1227 

Loan  forms  and  routines;   loan   approval  or 

disapproval,  etc 1227,2583,4312,9759 

Post  loan  closing  action;  Insured  loan 1228 

Procedures  between  loan  approval  and  loan 
closing : 

Cancellation  of  loan 1227 

Handling  loan  checks 3715 

Meeting  loan  approval  conditions  and  order- 
ing   check 1227 

Real  estate  loans  to  Indians  who  own  land  in 

trust  or  restricted  status 8268 

To  participate  in  group  services;  loan  closing 3715 

Subsistence  loans.    See  Production  and  subsistence 

loans. 
Taxes,  real  estate;  payment  of.    See  Account  servic- 
ing. 
Title  clearance;  title  clearance  and  loan  closing,  re- 
designation  and  revision 9929 

Veterans'  preference,  for  farm  housing  loans.    See 

Farm  hoiising  loans. 
Virgin  Islands;   farm  ownership  loans.    See  Farm 

ownership  loans. 
Water  conservation  loans.    See  Soil  an(^  water  con- 
servation loans. 
Watershed   Protection   and   Flood   Prevention   Act; 
functions  with  respect  to  making  of  loans  and 

advancements   under 9781 

Wool  and  mohair  marketed  by  consignment,  releases 
of  liens  on.    See  Security  servicing  and  liquida- 
tions: operating  loans. 
FEDERAL  CIVIL  DEFENSE  ADMINISTRATION: 
Boards,  representation  on: 

Health  Advisory  Board,  Interagency 3838 

Telecommunications  Advisory  Board '- 2682 

Dispersion  of  facilities  important  to  national  defense, 
and  protective  construction,  responsibilities  re- 
specting  - — 270 

Inslgne,  ofiScial,  manufacture,  reproduction  and  dis- 
play; on  cartoon  character  designed  by  Al  Capp.     1647 


FEDERAL  CIVIL  DEFENSE  ADMINISTRATION— Con.       Pag* 
Surplus  property;  donation  of  Federal  surplus  per- 
sonal property  for  civil  defense  purposes: 

Procedures 8993 

Responsibilities  of  Secretary  of  Health.  Education, 

and  Welfare  for  conducting  program 6721 

Urban    vulnerability,    reduction    of,    responsibilities 

respecting 270 

FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION: 
Accounts,  uniform  system  of;  common  carriers.    See 

Telephone  and  telegraph  companies. 
Air  attack;  CONELRAD  plan  of  station  operation  in 

case  of.    See  CONELRAD. 
Air    Coordinating     Committee,     representation     on 

(Executive  Order  10655) 665 

Aircraft,  use  of: 
For  limited  radio  reporting  on  trafHc  conditions  by 

associations  of  private  automobile  owners 1273 

For  search  and  rescue  operations  involving  lost  air- 
craft; availabiUty  of  frequency  121.5  mc  to  sta- 
tions in  fire,  forestry-conservation,  highway 
maintenance,  and  police  radio  services  for  com- 
munication with  aviation  services  in  case  of, 

proposed  rule  making .    5295 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments 6577 

Aircraft  radio  stations.     See  Aviation  services. 
Alaska : * 
Aeronautical- enroute  and  fixed  stations  in;  fre- 
quencies available  and  use,  proposed 3700 

Frequencies  in  72-100  mc  band,  use  of,  and  avail- 
ability of  certain  frequencies  for  use  of  non- 
commercial   educational   FM    broadcast   sta- 

Uons- 1048 

Frequencies  2482  and  2430  kc.  conditional  use  of,  by 

fixed,  coast  and  ship  stations 680.  3232,  6827.  7832 

Public  fixed  stations  and  stations  of  maritime  serv- 
ices in 6114 

Editorial  amendments;  use  of  "Alaska  Commu- 
nication System"  in  regulations 1128 

Fixed  service  frequencies,  assignment  and  use  of-    6120 
Alaska  Communication  System: 
Frequencies  for  communication  with  ACS; 
authorized    assigned    frequencies.   Joint 
•  use  of  3357  kc  for  telegraphy  and/or  te- 
lephony with  3353  kc 1597 

Use  of  "Alaska  Communication  System"  In 

regulations 1129 

Frequencies  assigned  for  use  In  particular 
zones;  continuation  of  existing  fixed  serv- 
ice for  temporary  period,  effective  date  of 

provisions 1128 

Maritime   service   frequencies,   assignment   and 

use   of 6122 

Frequencies  assigned  for  use  In  particular 
zones;  continuation  of  existing  maritime 
mobile  service  for  temporary  period,  effec- 
tive date  of  provisions 1128 

Use  of  "Alaska  Communication  System"  in 

regulations 1128 

Recapitulation  of  regulations  as  ot  August  15, 

1956 ^ 6114 

Amateur  radio  service.., 7214 

Appendices 7230 

Examination  points.  Appendix  I 7230 

Amateur  radio  operator  license  examinations; 
additions  and  deletions  in  listings  for  Jack- 
son,   Mississippi,    Butte,    Montana,    and 

Tallahassee,   Florida 5823 

Regional  Managers  Offices  of  Field  Engineer- 
ing and  Monitoring  Bureau,  list;  deletion.    6277 

Definitions 7214 

Antenna  structure  defined 5365 

Examination  points.     See  Appendices. 
Olympic  goodwill  message,  November  1956,  parti- 
cipation by  United  States  amateur  radio  oper-  .  ~ 
ators  in  relaying  of  from  Greece  to  Australia, 

special  permission  for 8493 

Operators,  amateur 7215 

Licenses,  privileges,  etc . 7215 

Classes   and   privileges   of   amateur  operator 
licenses;  novice  class,  emission  to  be  used 
In  listed  bands:* 
145-147  mc,  radiotelegraphy  or  radioteleph- 

ony - 6276 

3700-3750  kc,  radiotelegraphy 6276 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.     P»se 
Amateur  radio  service — Continued 
Operators,  amateur — Continued 
Licenses,  privileges,  etc — Continued 

Renewal  of  license  on  Form  610 6276 

Recapitulation   of   reg\ilations    as   of    September 

11.  1956___ 7214 

Stations,  amateur , 7217 

Emergencies,  operation  in;  commimication  with 
Engineer  in  Charge  in  lieu  of  Regional  Man- 
ager     6277 

Frequencies,  allocation  of 7221 

Area  limitation  with  respect  to  use  of  frequency 
bands  1800-2000  kc  on  shared  basis  with 

Loran  stations 3372 

Emission,  types  of;  code  practice,  use  of  tone 

modulation  of  radiotelephone  transmitter.     1049 

Licenses 7217 

Limitations  on  antenna  structures 5365 

Panama,  Republic  of,  bilateral  agreement  with 
United  States  respecting  exchange  of  third 
party  messages  by  amateur  radio  stations; 

notice 6849 

Teleprinter  (radio)  transmissions,  special  pro- 
visions      7221 

Use  of  frequency  shift  keying  and  audio  fre- 
quency shift  keying,  removal  of   800  cycle 

limitation 1049 

Antenna,  community,  television  systems.    See  Radia- 
tion devices. 
Antenna  structures,  construction,  marking  and  light-  " 
ing  of: 
Antennas  requiring  height  In  excess  of  500  feet, 
grouping  of  antenna  towers  and  multiple  use 

of  structures;  proposed  rule  making 2143 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments 3698,  5066,  6617 

Definitions;  antenna  structures 2952 

Form  to  be  used  to  describe  proposed  antenna 

structures 2952 

Special  aeronautical  study,  certain  antenna  struc- 
tures exempt  from . 2952 

Applications,  for  licenses,  permits,  filing  of,  forms, 
etc.: 
Radio  licenses.    See  Practice  and  procedure;  and 

specific  services. 
Telephone  companies.     See  Telephone  companies. 
Astronomy,  radio;  frequency  utilization,  proposed...    4680. 

7739 
Authority,  delegations  of.    See  Organization. 
Automobile    emergency    radio    service.    See    Land 

transportation  radio  services. 
Auxiliary     broadcast     services.    See     Experimental, 

auxiliary,  and  special  broadcast  services. 
Aviation  services: 
Aeronautical  enroute  stations;  Alaska,  frequencies 
for  use  in,  proposed  rule  making: 
Frequencies  available  for  assignment  only  when 

serving  scheduled  certificated  air  carriers —    3700 
Frequencies  between  127.1  and  129.9  mc.  condi- 
tional assignment  of 3700 

Aeronautical  fixed  stations.    See  Fixed  services  and 

stations. 
Aeronautical  mobile  service  using  radiotelephony 
below  25,000  kc,  use  of  single  sideband  opera- 
tion required,  proposed  rule  making 2536 

Aircraft  radio  stations  and  radionavigation  sta- 
tions aboard  aircraft: 
Frequencies  available: 
420-460  mc  frequency  band  available  for  air- 
craft radio  altimeter  functions 8287 

960-1215  mc  frequency  band,  use  of,  for  dis- 
tance measuring  and  certain  other  func- 
tions      8287 

1300-1660  mc  frequency  band,  use  for  elec- 
tronic aids  to  air  navigation  and  traffic 

control ^__     8287 

5250-9500  mc  frequency  bands,  certain,  use  for 

airborne  radar  functions 8287 

Operator  requirements;  waiver  of  requirements 
for    operation    of    various    radionavigation 

aids,  proposed  rule  making 4682 

Applications  and  licenses;  groimd  station  author- 
ization: 
Antenna  structures,  filing  Form  401-A  not  re- 
quired in  certain  cases . 4015 


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FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con. 

Aviation  services — Continued 
Applications  and  licenses;  ground  station  author- 
ization— Continued 
Civil  Air  Patrol  radio  station  authorization  re- 
newal, use  of  Form  480 6276 

Definition  of  terms;  flight  test  station 2330 

Fixed  services  and  stations: 

Aeronautical  fixed  services;  use  of  frequencies  in 
152-162  mc  band  in  Puerto  Rico  and  Virgin 

Islands 272.  2142 

Aeronautical  fixed  stations;  assignment  of  fre- 
quencies; proposed  rule  making: 

Alaska 3700 

United  States  (except  Alaska) 3700 

Flight  test  stations : 
Frequency  band  3240-3400  kc;  allocation  of.  for 

use  by  flight  test  stations  on  shared  basis 2330 

Power;    rescission 1465 

Radionavigation  stations: 
See  also  Aircraft  radio  stations. 
Frequencies  available;   use  of  frequency  bands 

960-1215  mc  and  1300-1660  mc. 8287 

Technical  requirements,  standard 681.  2144.  9203.  9950 

Emissions : 

Bandwidth  of  emission 682.  9205 

Measurement  of  occupied  bandwidths;  pro- 
posed revision  of  requirements  respect- 
ing       1903 

Limitations 682.  9205 

Spurious  emissions,  suppression  of;   proposed 

revision  of  requirements  respecting 1903 

Types  of  emission 682,  9205,  995() 

Frequencies 681,  9205 

Frequency  measurements 682,9206' 

Frequency  stabitity 681,9205,9950 

Inspection  and  maintenance  of  tower  marking 

and  associated  control  equipment 683, 9206 

Modulation  requirements 682,  9206 

Power 681,  9205 

Transmitters : 

Acceptability  of  transmitters  for  licensing 683.  9206  • 

Control  requirements 682.9206 

Tji)e  acceptance  of  transmitters,  measurement 
of  occupied  bandwidths,  suppression  of 
spurious   emissions,   proposed   revision  of- 

requirements   respecting 1903 

Type  acceptance  of  equipment 683,  9206,  9950 

Transmitters;    proposed 1903 

Technical  specifications;   revision  and  redesigna- 

tion 681, 2144,  9203,  9950 

California;  market  news  service.     See  Federal-State 

Market  News  Service. 
Canada,  assignment  of  frequencies  to  broadcast  sta- 
tions in;  changes  in  list  modifying  appendix  to 
North  American  Regional  Broadcasting  Agree- 
ment  977, 

1405, 1812, 2119,  2259,  2644, 4420.  4421,  6522,  7743 
Cease  and  desist  orders.    See  Hearings,  at  end  of  this 

agency. 
Citizens  radio  service: 
Applications  and  licenses: 
EligibiUty  for  station  license;  note  respecting  pro- 
cedure for  consideration  of  applications,  de- 
letions, proposed  rule  making 10^4 

Procedure  for  obtaining   citizens  radio   station 
license;  use  of  Form  401-A,  Description  of 

Proposed  Antenna  Structures 3902 

Definitions;  antenna  structures 3902 

Operating  requirements: 
Limitation  on  anterma  structures  and  changes  in 

over-all  height  above  groxmd  level 3902 

Permissible   communications,   stations   used  for 
radio  control  of  objects  or  for  actuation  of 

devices 9145 

Technical  specifications  and  type  of  equipment: 
Type  acceptance  of  transmitters,  measurement 
of  occupied  bandwidths,  suppression  of  spuri- 
ous emissions,  proposed  revision  of  require- 
ments respecting 1903 

Types  of  emission,  use  by  Class  C  stations  for  de- 
vices  -    9145 

Civil  Air  Patrol.    See  under  Aviation  services. 
Civil  defense.    See  CONELRAD. 
Coastal  radio  stations.    See  Maritime  radio  services. 
Color  television.    See  Radio  broadcast  services. 


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FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con 

Commercial  radio  operators: 
Applications;    restricted    radiotelephone    operator 

permit,  age  limit 205,  2523 

Authorized  power 2951 

Postponement  of  effective  date  of  provisions  re- 
specting     5651 

Proposed  rule  making 2954 

License  examination  points;  changes  to  listings  for 

various  cities 5823,5851 

Operation  of  mobile  and  portable  radio  transmit- 
ting equipment  by  unlicensed  personnel,  rescis- 
sion of  order  respecting  waiver  of  requirements 
in  regard  to.  and  termination  of  proceedings. _      422 
Scope  of  authority: 

Operating  authority:                                          • 
Aircraft    radiotelephone    operator    authoriza- 
tion   2951,  3839 

Postponement  of  effective  date  of  provisions 

respecting - — -- ___—_—-—•    5651 

Restricted  radiotelephone  operator  permit 2951 

Postponement  of  effective  date  of  provisiorvs    • 

respecting 11651 

Ship  radio  stations,  restricted  radiotelephone 

operator  permit:  proposed  rule  making.-     2953 
Special  privileges;  authority  to  operate  experi- 
mental service  stations  above  300  mc,  re- 
scission   3700, 8287 

dommon  carrier  regulations  for  telephone  and  tele- 
graph companies.  See  Telephone  and  telegraph 
companies.  „  j- 

Community  antenna  television  ^sterns.    See  Radia- 
tion devices. 
CONELRAD  manual  or  guide  for  station  operation 
during  alert,  etc.,  for  listed  services: 

Industrial  radio  services 9732 

Land  transportation  radio  services »750 

Public  safety  radio  services "583 

CONELRAD  plan  and  requirements  for  station  oper- 
ation in  case  of  air  attack  for  listed  .services : 
Educational    broadcast    stations,    FM,    non-com- 
mercial  J271 

Experimental  radio  services lUJao 

Hawaii;  voluntary  CONELRAD  plan  for  all  classes 

of  stations  in 3914 

Industrial  radio  services 683,  7947 

International  broadcast  stations 1271 

Land  transportation  radio  services 1272 

Remote    control    operation    of    certain    broadcast 
stations;  requirements  respecting  CONELRAD 

operation 2534.  3438.  4893,  6495 

Standard.  FM,  and  television  broadcast  stations; 

subpart  redesignation 1271 

Conservation  agencies.  non-Federal;  frequencies  for 

mobile  relay  ojieration .7536 

Construction,    marking    and    lighting    of    antenna 

towers.  See  Antenna  structures. 
Construction  activities,  radio  service  for.  See  In- 
dustrial radio  services. 
Cuba,  assignment  of  frequencies  to  broadcast  stations 
in;  new  stations,  changes,  deletions,  etc.,  in  ac- 
cordance with  North  American  Regional  Broad- 
casting  Agreement 560,1279.4896.5543,7964 

Developmental  authorizations  for  stations  in  domestic 
public  radio  services.    See  Domestic  public  radio 
services. 
Developmental    broadcast    services.      See    Experi- 
mental, auxiliary,  and  special  broadcast  services. 
Developmental  operation  in  industrial  radio  services. 

See  Industrial  radio  services. 
Devices,   communication,   restricted,   etc.     See   Re- 
stricted devices. 
Disaster  communications  service: 

Antenna  structure  defined 5366 

Station  license  or  authorization;  limitation  on  an- 
tenna structures -    5366 

Domestic  fixed  and  mobile  services: 

See  also  Public  radiocommunication  services. 
Domestic  public  radio  services  (other  than  mari- 
time  mobile> 4724 

Application  and  licenses -. 4733,5292 

Construction  permit,  application  for.  Form  401. 
used  for  certain  common  carrier  radio  au- 
thorizations;  request  for  comments  re- 
specting proposed  revision 7806 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.     P»g« 
Domestic  fixed  and  mobile  servfces — Continued 
Domestic  public  radio  services  (other  than  mari- 
time mobile)— Continued 

Business  records 4**" 

Charters,  bylaws,  and  partnership  agreements, 

reports  required  concerning  amendments  to    4748 

Definitions . —  4732,  5292 

Antenna   structures 5292 

Developmental    authorizations;    eligibility,    ad- 
herence to  program,  new  service,  terms  of 

grant,  reports  required 4748 

Discontinuance,    reduction,    or    impairment    of 

service * 4747 

Microwave    radio    service.     See    Point-to-point 

microwave  radio  service. 
Mobile  domestic  public  land  radio  service:  eligi- 
bility, classification  of  base  stations,  anteima 
height,  power,  priorities  for  service  to  sub- 
scribers, location  of  message  center,  etc 4749 

Bandwith  and  emission  limitations 4750 

Maximum    authorized    bandwith    and    fre- 
quency deviation 7577 

Frequencies 4749 

Frequencies  for  assignment  to  control  and 
repeater  stations  working  with  domestic 

public  land  mobile  radio  service 4750. 

9568, 9746 

Modulation  requirements 4751 

Single  channel  radiotelephone  transmitter. 

certain,  authorized  after  July  1,  1950—    7577 
When  phase  or  frequency  modulation  is  used 
for  single  channel  operation  on  frequen- 
cies below  500  mc 7577 

National  defense;  free  service 4747 

Oflaclal  communications,  requirement  that  per- 
mittees and  licensees  respond  to 4748 

Partnership  agreements,  reports  required  con- 
cerning amendments  to 4748 

Point-to-point  microwave  radio  service;  eligi- 
'bility,  transmitter  power,  modulation  re- 
quirements,   stations    at    temporary    fixed 

locations,   etc 4754,5292 

Bandwidth  and  emission  limitations 4755 

Maximum  bandwidth  authorized,  list 6830 

Frequencies 4754 

Frequencies  allocated  to  fixed  stations  on 
shared  basis,  table: 
Conditions  of  use  and  frequency  assign- 
ments  (footnote) 9569 

Frequencies  890.5  mc  through  939.5  mc; 

deletion 9569 

Rural  radio  service;  eligibility  frequencies,  emis- 
sions, transmitter  power,  priority  of  service, 

temporary  locations,  etc 4752 

Emission   limitations 4753,5292 

Maximum  authorized  bandwidths  for  single 

channel  operation 7577 

Frequencies 4752 

Fiequencies  av£dlable  to  rural  subscriber, 
central  office,  and  inter-offlce  stations  on 
shared  basis  with  other  services,  subject 

to  certain  conditions 9569 

Hawaii;  frequencies  available —    4752 

Modulation  requirements 4753 

Single  channel  radiotelephone  transmitter, 

certain 7577 

When  phase  or  frequency  modulation  is  used 
for  single  channel  operation  on  frequen- 
cies below  500  mc 7577 

Rural  subscriber.  Inter-office,  and  central  of- 
fice stations  at  temporary  fixed  locations..    4754, 

8540 

Frequencies  available 4752,  9569 

.Tariffs,  reports,  and  other  material  required  to 

be  submitted  to  Commission 4748 

Technical  operation —  4743,5292 

Technical  standards 4738.  5292 

Frequencies .^i 4738 

Conditions  of  use  of  frequencies  in  band 

25-50  mc 7576 

Frequency  stabUity i 4738,  7576 

Transmitters : 
Transmitter  construction  and  Installation..    4743 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


71 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.    P<^ 

Domestic  fixed  and  mobile  services — Continued 
Domestic  public  radio  services  (other  than  marl- 
time  mobile) — Continued 
Technical  standards — Continued 
Transmitters — Continued 
Transmitter  construction  and  Installation — 
Continued 
Stations  oiserating  above  500  mc  frequency 
without  licensed  operator: 

Automatic  alarm  requirements 9059 

Change  in  reference 5292 

Tsrpe   acceptance   of   transmitters:   require- 
ments not  applicable,  before  July,  1957, 
to  transmitters  operating  above  500  mc_.    9059 
Television  local  transmission  service;  eligibility, 
frequencies,  transmitter  power,  remote  con- 
trol operation  of  mobile  television  pickup  sta- 
tions, etc- 4756,5292 

Violation,  answers  to  notices  of .-    4747 

Tropospheric  scatter  techniques,  use  of,  by  domestic 

fixed  services;  proposed  rule  making 3231,  4968 

Use  of  certain  frequencies  in  152-162  mc  band  for 

domestic  fixed  public  service 197,272 

Educational  broadcast  stations.    See  Radio  broadcast 

services. 
Emergencies,  radio  services  In: 
Automobiles,  disabled;  emergency  radio  service  for. 

See  Land  transpojlation  radio  services. 
Civil  defense  emergencies.  CONELRAD  plan  and 
requirements   for   station   operati<vi  in.     See 
CONELRAD. 
Relief  and  rescue  operations,  emergency  radio  serv- 
ice for.    See  Public  safety  radio  services. 
Equipment,  type  approval  and  acceptance  of.    See 

Frequency  allocations ;  and  specific  services. 
Experimental,  auxiliary,  and  special  broadcast  serv- 
ices: 
Administrative  procedure: 

Applications  for  construction  permit,  licenses, 
etc.,  forms  to  be  filed;  television  broadcast 

translator  station 431,3684 

Assignment  or  transfer  of  control;   voluntary, 

television  broadcast  translator  station 4109 

License  period,  renewal;  classes  of  stations  Issued 
one-year  licenses,  television  broadcast  trans- 
lator station  added 432,3684 

Renewal  of  license;  television  broadcast  translator 

station -* 4109 

Repetitious    applications;    television    broadcast 

translator  station 4109 

Temporary  extension  of  station  licenses;  tele- 
vision broadcast  translator  station 4109 

Auxiliary  television  broadcast  stations.    See  Tele- 
vision auxiliary  broadcast  stations. 
Broadcast  services  covered   by  this  part;    special 

broadcast,  television  broadcast  translator —  431,  3684 
Developmental. broadcast  services;  frequency  as- 

sigimient 3064 

Facsimile   experimental   broad(^ast  _ services;    fre- 
quency assignment 1 . —     3064 

Redesignation  of  part  heading 431,  3684 

Remote  pickup  broadcast  stations: 
PYequency  assignment: 

Number  of  stations  permitted  in  an  area  and 

limitations 198 

Puerto  Rico;  frequencies  in  159  mc  band  al- 
located to  base  and  mobile  stations  in 198 

Redesignation 198 

Licensing  policies: 
Emission  authorized;  F3  emission,  use  of,  for 
stations    operating    on    159.51-159.99    mc 

frequencies 199 

Licensing  requirements;  one-way  communica- 
tion within  studios  for  cueing  purposes, 

proposed , 3065 

Technical  operation;  frequency  tolerance,  table, 

addition  of  frequencies  159.51-159.99  mc 199 

Special  broadcast  service.    See  Television  broadcast 

translator  stations. 
Television  auxiliary  broadcast  stations;  frequency 
assignment: 
Conditions  of  use  and  availability  of  various  fre- 
quency   bands 10407 

Table  of  available  frequencies;  additions  and  de- 
letions  10407 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.    P«e« 
Experimental,     auxiliary,     and     special     broadcast 
'      services—Continued 
Television   broadcast   translator  stations,   special 
Jjroadcast  service;    definitions,  frequency   as- 
signment, technical  operation,  etc .,  431,  3684,  3931 

Pquipment,  installation,  etc 433,  3686 

Type  approval  requirements;   applicability  to 
transmitters  installed  prior  to  1958.  foot-  ' 

note 6827 

Licensing  policies , 432,  3685 

Emissions  and  bandwidth 433,  3686 

Spurious  emissions;  applicability  of  require- 
ments to  transmitters  installed  prior  to 

1958,  footnote 6827 

Power  limitation 433,  3685 

Power  measurement  procedure;  deletion 6827 

Remote  control  operation 432,  8685 

Television  experimental  broadcast  stations;  fre- 
quency assignment ,_     3064 

Translator     television     stations.     See     Television 

broadcast  translator  stations. 
Type  acceptance  of  transmitters,  measurement  of 
occupied  bandwidths.  spurious  emissions,  sup- 
pression of,  proposed  revision  of  requirements 

resjjecting 1903 

Experimental  radio  services: 

Applications  and  licenses,  forms  to  be  used;  appli- 
cation for  construction  permit  for  land  and 

fixed  stations,  new  antenna  stnictures 5515 

CONELRAD  plan  of  station  operation  in  case  of 
air  attack;  operation,  alerting,  special  condi- 
tions, tests,  etc.,  proposed  rule  making 10256 

Type  acceptance  of  transmitters,  mfeasurement  of 
occupied  bandwidths,  suppression  of  spurious 
emissions,   proposed  revision  of   requirements 

resF>ecting 1903 

Waiver  of  operating  requirements  with  respect  to 
operation  of  mobile  and  portable  radio  trans- 
mitting equipment;  by  unlicensed  personnel, 
rescission  of  order  respecting  and  termination 

of  proceedings .      422 

FM  broadcast  stations.    See  Radio  broadcast  sen-ices. 
Facsimile  experimental  broadcast  services.    See  Ex- 
perimental and  auxiliary  broadcast  services. 
Federal-State  Market  News  Service,  California ;  dele- 
tion of  authorization  for  operation  on  certain 
frequencies  below  25  mc,  extension  of  effective 

date  for 556 

Field  offices  and  monitoring  stations,  location  of,  etc.  » 

See  Organization. 
Fire  radio  service.    See  Public  safety  radio  services. 
Pyced  services.    See  specific  services. 
Forest  products  radio  service.    See  Industrial  radio 

services. 
Forestry-conservation  radio  service.  See  Public  safety 

radio  services. 
Forms  for  license  applications,  etc.    See  Practice  and 

procedure ;  and  specific  services. 
Precfuencies  and  channels,  allocation  and  use  of: 
See  also  Frequency  allocations  and  radio  treaty 

matters. 
Frequency  bands:     ' 

512    kc 200 

1600-3500  kc 1597 

1605-1750  kc 7^08 

1614  kc ' ^ 7008 

1628  kc __^ 7008 

I6S2  kc 7008 

1676  kc 7008 

1700  kc ^ 7008 

1800-2000  kc 3372 

2000-4000  kc 7776 

2003  kc 201,7777 

2031.5  kc ^ 3123,6828 

2107-2170  kc 7008  ' 

2118  kc 1 3123,6828 

2126  kc 6828 

2182  kc 1597 

^  2194-2495  kc 7008 

2292  kc 7008 

2398  kc. 7008 

5430  kc 680. 3232, 6827, 7832 

2432  kc 6828,  7832 

248Z  kc 680,  3232,  6827 

2490  kc 3123.6828 


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72 


ANNUAL  INDEX.  1956 


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ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


73 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.     P»8« 
Prequenfcies  and  channels,  allocation  and  use  ol — 
Continued 
Frequency  bands — Continued 

2495-2850  kc 1605,  3227 

2495-11,700  kc 1596 

2505-2850  kc ^OOf 

2514  kc 3123.6828 

2522  kc___ 3688,  6828 

2638  kc 201,7776 

2738  kc - - -  201.7777 

2782  kc ---  8950 

2830  kc 201,7777 

2848  kc         •.  -- - 556 

3155-3400  kcVJiVS.SSJi"'"..'.'. 1605.  3227.  7008 

3240-3400  kc 2330 

3281  kc 2330 

3353  kc 1594 

3357  kc-   1597 

3700-3750  kc— — ::««  0=00 

4000-18.000  kc lt^5-?„?« 

4067  kc-_* 5365.7777.8950 

4238-4368  kc - —  3227 

4245  kc— r 556 

4368-4438  kc ^— r-",  Ht^ 

4372.4  kc — 5361.8950 

4393  1  kc  - 1466,  2523 

4438-4650'kcrirrrrir iws,  3227. 7008 

4637.5  kc --  "^008 

4752.5  kc - —  1466.2523 

4995-5005  kc. 1605,  3227 

5000-25,000  kc '- 3906 

5365  kc  _ '■ 556 

6240  kc - 556,  5361 

6455  kc . 556,5361 

7625  kc-_i 556 

7690  kc 556 

8r05.5  kc- — —  5365.5651,8950 

8476-8745  kc - 3227 

8745-8815  kc .- 1595 

13.130-13.200  kc 1595 

17,290-17.360  kc - - - 1595 

25  000  kc  and  below 2536 

2  mc       200,7456 

3-25   mc- 10407 

4-20  mc 3227 

25  mc  and  below 566,5295.6577.7007,9143 

25-50  mc— - — - —     7569 

25  6-26.1   mc 1596 

27.255  mc_ 9145 

39.06  mc 5295,6577.9143 

39^6mc     5295,6577,9143 

45.86  mc 5295,6577,^143 

72-100  mc— _ - 1048 

100.1-107.9   mc 1048 

108.6-1C9.6  mc 4681 

121.5  mc » 5295,  6577 

127.1-129.9   mc - 3700 

145-147   mc 6276 

151.51-161.85   mc - w  10255 

152-162  mc 179.  272.  2142.  7569 

153.77-154.43    mc 198 

154.04-154.46   mc-_ 2142 

154.57   mc — _,„  6841.  9144 

159.51-161.79  mc 198,  7741 

159.57  mc , 8952 

159.81  mc —     8952 

160.53  mc_-_ - 8952 

161.01  mc - «—     8952 

161.31  mc r. 8952 

161.40-161.85   mc 2142 

161.43-161.85   mc 199 

161.67  mc *. 8952 

•  162.5-164.5  mc 4681 

171.475  mc— a 7536 

172.275  mc— _ 7536 

325-329  mc_ - — V 4681 

420-460  mc - 8287 

450   mc -  8363 

♦  451.75-456.95  mc 7350 

460-470  mc - -  9145 

472-476   mc— 4681 

600  mc 9059 

708-712   mc - 4681 

890  mc  and  above__ .  8363.  8956.  9998 

890-940  mc 9568 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSIOfJ— Con.     ?»«• 
Frequencies  and  channels,  allocation  and  use  of— 
Continued 
Frequency  bands — Continued 

940  mc  and  above 3231 

960-1215  mc- 8287 

1300-1600   mc - 8287 

1400-1427    mc___ 4681 

1662-1672  mc 4681 

5250-5440   mc.L. - 8287 

9000-9500   mc— _ 8287 

9800-10.700  mc - ----     2947 

10  500-10.550  mc 2947.  3372.  10407 

13,200-13.225    mc 10407 

13.200-16,000  mc 2947 

Services  and  stations:  ^^  _^„^ 

Alaska;  staUons  in.  680.  1048,  1597,  3232.  3700,  6827.  7832 

Amateur   radio   service 1049.3371.6276.6849 

Aviation  services 272,2142.2330.2536.3700.8286 

Canada:  broadcast  stations 977. 

1405.  1812,  2119,  2259.  2644.  4420.  4421.  6522. 
7743. 

Cuba:  broadcast  stations 560,1279,4896,5543,7964 

Domestic  public  radio  services 197. 

272.  4724.  7576.  9059.  9568,  9746 

Educational  FM  broadcast  stations 1048 

Experimental,   auxiliary,   and  special  broadcast 

services 197.  3064. 10407 

FM  broadcast  stations: 
Class   B;    revised   tentative   allocations   plan. 

amendments 2959,  4031. 

5469.  6870.  7583.  8154.  8956.  9588.  10262.  10435 

Educational    stations 1048 

Guam;  stations  in 1596 

Hawaii;   stations  in 4752 

Industrial  radio  services-1 3372, 

6841.  7007.  7348.  7569.  8362.  8363.  9144 

International  broadcast  stations 1596 

International  fixed  services 197,  272 

Land  transportation  radio  services 197. 

1273. 4688. 7569.  7575,  7741.  8952. 10255 

Maritime  radio  services 200.  201.  556.  680.  1466. 

1562.  1597.  2523.  2950.  3123.  3232,  3688,  3906, 
5361.   5651.  6828,  7569.  7775.   7831.  8949,  9075 
•       VHF  frequencies,   international  discussion  of 

certain  use  of 9075 

Mexico:  broadcast  stations 559. 

1113.  1739.  2796.  4879.  5543.  5663.  6521.  6850. 
9336. 

Public  radiocommunlcatlons  services 7569 

Public  safety  radio  services 197, 

5295.  6577.  7569.  7574.  9142. 

Puerto  Rico;  stations  in 197.272.1390.2142,8543 

Radiation  devices ._ - 5058.  10407 

Radio  astronomy  frequency  utilization 4680,  7739 

Remote  pickup  broadcast  stations 197 

Standard  frequency  service 1605,3227 

Television  broadcast  stations 1 36. 

501.  361,  371.  375.  1390.  1596.  3699.  4050,  4958. 
4961.  ^962.  4968,  4969.  4970,  4971,  4972,  4973, 
5223.  5233,  5234,  5236,  5237.  5238,  5290.  5449, 
5450,  5451,  5646,  5647,  5650.  5653,  5654,  5655, 
5656.  5657,  5658,  5700.  5701.  5778.  5848.  6356. 
6395.  6495,  6839,  6840.  7026,  7578,  7579,  7717, 
7718,  7719.  7739,  7740,  7741,  7743,  7945,  7946. 
7947,  7959.  8147.  8190,  8195,  8196,  8303,  8539. 
8541,  8542,  8543,  8668.  8869,  8821.  9058,  9070, 
9071,  9329.  9582,  9904.  9906,  9995.  10256.  10404, 
10406.  10413,  10502. 

Republication  of  table  of  assignments 10503 

Revision  of  channel  allocations  plan.  See  Ra- 
dio broadcast  services;  television  broad- 
cast  stations. 

Virgin  Islands;   stations  in ^ 197,272,2142 

Frequency  allocations  and  radio  treaty  matters: 
Allocation,    assignment,    and   use    of    radio    fre- 
quencies : 
Frequencies,  assignment,  etc.:  i 
Frequency  separations  and  assignment  policies 
for  25-50  mc  and  152-162  mc  bands;  report 
of.  and  action  taken  in  proceedings  re- 
specting     7.569 

International  interference  in  band  25-50  mc; 

report  of  proceedings  respecting 7569 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.     ^^* 

Frequency  allocations  and  radio  treaty  matters — Con. 
Allocation,  assignment,  and  use  of  radio  frequen- 
cies—Continued 
Frequencies,  assignment,  etc — Continued 

Non-Goverrunent  services  operating  on  fre- 
quencies in  band  25-50  mc,  conditions  of 

use  of  such  frequencies 7573 

Frequency  allocations  table: 
Alaska: 

Educational  noncommercial  FM  broadcast 
stations,  availability  of  certain  frequen- 
cies for  use  of 1048 

Use  of  frequencies  in  72-100  mc  band 1048 

Amateur  operation  on  frequency  bands  1800- 
2000  kc  on  shared  basis  with  Loran  sta- 
tions, limitation  of,  to  certain  areas 3372 

Aviation  services: 

Aeronautical  fixed  services,  Puerto  Rico  and 
Virgin  Islands;  allocation  of  frequencies 
in  152-162  mc  band  to  stations  in  (foot- 
note)   -i^- 272,2142 

Flight  test  stations,  use  of  frequency  band 

3240-3400  kc 2330 

Domestic  public  radio  services: 

Control  stations;  use  of  frequency  band  72- 

76  mc.  footnote 4724 

Puerto  Rico  and  Virgin  Islands,  use  of  cer- 
tain frequencies 198,272 

Footnotes;     general    amendments,     additions, 

deletions,  etc 198,200, 1596 

Limitation  footnote  respecting  use  of  fre- 
quencies between  10,000  and  10.700  mc; 

deletion 2947 

Frequencies  below  25.000  kc  (25  mO .  inapplica- 
bility of  provisions  with  respeqt  to  author- 
izations in  listed  frequency  bsmds   (foot- 
note) ;  list  ol  frequencies,  revision.-.  1595,  3227 
Deletions: 

2495-2850  kc.  3155-3400  kc,  4438-4650  kc, 

and  4995-5005  kc 1605,3227 

4368-4438  kc. 1596 

Frequency  allocations  below  25  mc ;  fixed  serv- 
ices having  assignments,  as  of  1952,  on  fre- 
quencies 2848,  4245,  5365,  7625.  and  7690  kc 

deletion,  extension  of  effective  date 556 

Frequency  bands  above  890  mc.  service  alloca- 
tions in;  hearing  for  purpose  of  obtaining 
information   on   service   allocation   needs 
and  determination  of  stated  issues,  notice.     8956 
Extension  of  time  for  filing  notices  of  appear- 
ances and  data 9998 

Frequency  bands  allocated  exclusively  to  fixed 
services  by  Atlantic  City  Treaty  (1947), 
assignment  of;  termination  of  proceedings 

respecting 3227 

International  broadcasting  stations.  Govern- 
ment and  non-Government,  use  of  fre- 
quencies in  bands  25.6-25.85  mc  and  25.85- 

26.1   mc 1596 

International  and  domestic  fixed  public  serv- 
ices; use  of  frequencies  in  152-162  mc  band, 

Puerto  Rico  aad  Virgin  Islands 198,272 

Loran  stations:  modification  of  areas  of  per- 
missible sharing  with  amateur  service  of 

frequency  bands  1800-2000  kc ■—.     3371 

Mobile  maritime  services,  international  discus- 
sion of  VHF  frequency  allocations  for.  See 
Maritime  radio  services. 
Mobile  station  operation  by  non-Federal  con- 
servation agencies,  use  of  171.475  and 
172.275  mc  frequencies  for  mobile  relay 

operation    (footnote) 7536 

Reallocation  of  frequencies  between  9800  and 

10,700  mc,  and  13.200  and  16.000  mc 2947 

Remote  pickup  mobile  stations  in  Puerto  Rico, 

use  of  frequencies  in  152-162  mc  band 198 

Standard  frequency  service ;  availability  of  fre- 
quency band  4995-5005  kc  for  exclusive 

use  of 1605,  3227 

List  of  frequency  assignments  to  radio  stations 
authorized  by  Commission;  availabiUty  for 
inspection 3235 

80000—57 10 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.     P^s* 
Frequency  allocations  and  radio  treaty  matters — Con. 
Allocation,  assignment,  and  use  of  radio  frequen- 
cies— Continued 
Radio  astronomy,  interference  protection  to  fre- 
quencies utilized  for;  determination  of  maxi- 
mum interfering  signal,  percentage  of  time 
protection  required,  location  and  establish- 
ment of  areas  of  station  interference,  etc., 

proposed  rule  making 4680,  7739 

TroE>ospheric  scafter  techniques,  use  of.  by  fixed 

services;  proposed  rule  making 3231.^4968 

Call  signs,  table  of  allocation ;  revision  of,  with  re- 
-spect  to  allocations  to  fixed  and  land  stations, 

proposed  rule  making ., 8949 

Definitions: 

Domestic  fixed  public  service 4724 

Plight  test  station 2330 

Equipment,  .type   approval   and   type   acceptance;  . 
measurement  data  required  for  type  accept- 
ance: 

Bandwidth  occupied;  proposed  revision 1903 

Spurious  emissions: 
Prom  transmitting  equipment;  field  intensity 
measurements  of  spurious  radiations,  ex- 
tension of  effective  date  for  report  require- 
ment  : i-   3227,  10403 

Spectrum    investigation    requirements;     pro- 
posed  revision 1903 

Laws,  international  treaties,  agreements,  and  ar- 
rangements relating  to  radio  (corrected  to  July 

1,  1956) 5230 

Radio  astronomy.    See  Allocation,  assignment,  and 
use  of  radio  frequencies. 
F\inctional  music  operations.     See  Radio  broadcast 
services:  FM  broadcast  stations. 

Guam;  television  channel  assigiunents 1596 

Hawaii : 

CONELRAD  voluntary  plan  of  station  operation  in 
*           case  of  air  attack  for  all  classes  of  radio  sta- 
tions in  Hawaii 3914 

Frequencies  available  for  assignment  in  domestic 

public  radio  services 4752 

Hearings,  orders,  etc.;  list  of  names  of  companies  and 

stations,  see  list  at  end  of  this  agency.  \^ 

Heating  equipment,  industrial.    See  Industrial,  scien-         X 

tific,  and  medical  service. 
Highway    maintenance    radio    service.    See    Public 

safety  radio  services. 
Incidental  and  restricted  radiation  devices.    See  Ra- 
diation devices. 

Industrial  radio  service 6916 

See  also  Industrial,  scientific,  and  medical  service. 

Application,  authorizations,  and  notifications 6919 

Changes  in  authorized  stations 6921 

Changes  allowed  after  approval  of  request  filed 
on  Form  400-A;  reduction  or  increase  in 

overall  number  of  transmitters  used 362 

Filing  of  applications 6920 

Operation  at  temi>orary  locations 362 

Standard  forms  to  be  used 6920 

New  station  authorizations 362 

Supplemental  information  to  be  submitted  with 

application 6920 

Data  required  respecting  operation  of  base  or 

fixed  stations  at  temporary  locations 362 

Description  of  antenna  system  on  Form  401- A.     3902 
Tran.'=;mitters  used  at  temporary  locations;  con- 
solidation of  applications  and  authorizations 

for  each  base  or  fixed  system 361 

CONELRAD  manual  or  guide  for  industrial  radio 
services;  methods  of  receiving  alert  and  all- 
clear    signals,    operating    procedures    during 

alert . 9732 

CONELRAD  plan  of  operation  for  radio  stations  in 
'       industrial  radio  services,  continental  United 
States;  operation  during  alert,  special  condi- 
tions, test,  etc 683,7947 

Definition  of  terms — , 6916 

Antenna  structures 3902 

Developmental  operation .    6926 

Forest  products  rad^o  service 6929 

Frequencies  available: 

For  base  and  mobile  stations 6929 


74 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


■^ 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con. 

Industrial  radio  service — Continued 
Forest  products  radio  service — Continued 
Frequencies  available — Continued  ■ 

For  base  and  mobile  stations — Continued 

Conditional   use  of   certain   frequencies   in 
bands  between   1605   kc  and  4650  kc: 

Ijroposed  rule  making 

List  of  frequencies  available  for  assignment 
on  shared  basis  with  other  services;  de- 
letion of   certain  frequencies  and   ap- 
plicable footnote,  proposed  rule  making. 
For  mobile  stations;  154.57  mc  frequency  avail- 
l  able      for      assignment     on     secondary 

basis '- 6841, 

For  operational  fixed  stations 

Under  terms  of  developmental  grant;  table 

of  frequencies 

Frequencies,  assignment,  etc.: 

Assignment  of  frequencies,  policy,  governing 

Assignment  of  frequencies  below  25  mc  for  use 
by  stations  in  various  sei-vices  to  be  on 
case-to-case  basis;  proposed  rule  making-^. 
Conditions  of  operation  on  frequencies  in  band 

25-50  mc 

Frequency  separations  and  assignment  policies 
fop  25-50  mc  and  152-162  mc  bands;  report 
of,  and  action  taken  in  proceedings  respect- 
ing   

General  information 

International  interference  iriPband  25-50  mc;  report 

of  proceedings  respecting ^^ 

Low-power  industrial  radio  service 

Motion  picture  radio  service 

Frequencies  available  for  base  and  mobile-  sta- 
tions  

Conditional  use  of  certain  frequencies  In  bands 
between  1605  kc  and  4650  kc;  proposed  rule 

making 

List  of  frequencies  available  for  assignment  on 
shared  basis  with  dther  services;  deletion 
of  certain  frequencies  and  applicable  foot- 
notes, proposed 

Frequencies  available  for  operational  fixed  sta- 
tions  ^ 

Under  terms  of  developmental  grant;  table  of 

frequencies , 

Petroleum  radio  service 

Frequencies    available    for    base    and    mobile 

stations 

Conditional  use  of  certain  frequencies  in  bands 
between   1605  kc'^and  4650  kc,  proposed 

rule  making 

List  of  frequencies  available  for  assignment  on 
shared  basis;  deletion  of  certain  frequen- 
cies and  applicable  footnotes,  proposed  rule 

making 

Frequencies     available     to     operational     fixed 

stations 

Under  terms  of  developmental  grant;  table  of 

frequencies 

■  Power  radio  service-^ 

Communications  common  carriers  requiring  radio 
service  in  connection  with  construction  and 
maintenance  activities,  eligibility  to  operate 
in  power  radio  service  and  use  of  450  mc 

frequency  band — 

Postponement  of  effective  date  of  provisions 

respecting --.- — 

Eligibility 

Communications  common  carrier  service,  radio 
or  wire  line;  persons  engaged  in  offering- _ 

Postponement  of  effective  date  of 

Redesignation 

Frequencies     available    for     base     and     mobile 

stations , 

Communications  common  carrier  stations,  un- 
availability of  frequencies  to 

Conditional  use  of  certain  frequencies  in  bands 
between  1605  kc  and*  4650  kc,  proposed  rule 

*    •      making 

List  of  frequencies  available  on  shared  basis 
with  other  services;  deletion  of  certain 
frequencies  and  applicable  footnotes,  pro- 
posed rule  making 


Page 


Page 


7008 

7008 

9144 
6929 

8363 

6918 

7007 
7574 


7569 
6916 

7569 
6936 
6930 

6930 


7008 


7008 

6930 

8363 
6928 

6928 
7008 

7008 

6928 

8363 
6926 

7348 

8362 
6926 

7350 
8362 
7350 

6927 
7350 

7008 
7008 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con. 

Industrial  radio  service — Continued 
Power  radio  service — Continued 
Frequencies  available  for  base,  mobile,  and  opera- 
tional fixed  stations 6927 

Communications  common  carrier  stations,  un- 
availability of  frequencies  to —     7350 

Frequencies  available  for  base  and  mobile  sta- 
tions of  communications  common  carrier^ 
for  developmental  operation  on  shared  basis 

with  other  services— — -    7350 

Frequencies     available     for     operational     fixed 

stations  __- - ■' -    "927 

Communicatfons  common  carrier  stations,  un- 
availability of  frequencies  to 7350 

Frequencies  available  under  terms  of  develop- 
mental grant;  table  of  frequencies 8363 

Radiolocation  industrial  service 6937 

Frequencies  available 6937 

Use  of  frequencies  in  10.500-10,550  mc  band  by 

land  and  mobile  radiopositioning  stations.     3373 

License  term 3228,  6938 

Recapitulation  of  regulations  as  of  August  15, 1956-    6916 

Relay  press  radio  serv4ce 6931 

Frequencies     available     for     operational     fixed 

stations 6931 

Under  terms  of  developmental  grant;  table  of 

frequencies 8363 

Special  industrial  radio  service 6932 

Construction  (heavy)   activities 6933 

Eligibility;     limitation    on    station    location, 

proix>sed 8148 

Frequencies    available    for    base    and    mobile 

stations 6935 

Conditional  use  of  certain  frequencies  In  bands 
between  1605  kc  and  4650  kc;  proposed  rule 

making 7008 

List  of  frequencies  available  for  assignment  on 
shared  basis;  deletion  of  certain  frequen- 
cies and  applicable  footnotes,  proposed  rule 

making 7008 

Frequencies    available     for    operational     fixed 

stations 6935 

Under  terms  of  developmental  grant;   table 

of  frequencies . 8363 

Manufacturing  activities., 6933 

Eligibility:     limitation     on     station     location, 

profKJsed -     8148 

Station  operating  requirements 6923 

Station  identification . 6924 

Unit  designator,  use  of — ^-: 362 

Transmitter  identification  card  and  posting  of 

station  license 6925 

Current  authorization 362 

Waiver  of  requirements  respecting  operation  of 
mobile  and  portable  radio  transmitting 
equipment  by  unlicensed  personnel,  rescission 
of  order  respecting  and  termination  of  pro- 
ceedings       422 

Technical  standards . 6922 

Emission   limitations 6922 

Maximum  authorized  bandwidth  and  frequency 

deviation 7575 

Frequency  stability _..„ :-  6922.7575 

Modulation  requirements 6922,7575 

Narrow  band  technical  standards;  report  of  pro- 
ceedings  respecting 7569 

Type  acceptance  of  transmitters,  measurement  of 
occupied  bandwidths.  suppression  of  spurious 
emissions,  proposed  revision  of  requirements 

respecting -     1903 

Industrial,  scientific,  and  medical  service: 
See  also  Radiation  devices. 
Operation  without  license  : 

Heating  equipment,  industrial;  operation  on  as- 
signed frequencies,  requirements 10408 

Medical  diathermy  equipment;  operation  on  as- 
signed frequencies,  requirements 10407 

Statement  of  basis  and  purpose;  suspension  of  ef- 
fective date  of  regulations  respecting  use  of 
electric  arc  welding  devices  using  radio  fre- 
quency energy  pending  completion  of  proceed- 
ings   with    regard    to    regulations    governing 

operation  of 3373 

Welding  equipment: 
See  also  statement  of  basis  and  purpose. 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


5230 


9704 


9704 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con. 

Industrial,  sicentific.  and  medical  service — Continued 
Welding  equipment — Continued 
Radio  frequency  stabilized  arc  welders,  regula- 
tions governing  operation  of;  proposed  rule 

making 3391 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments 4232 

Interlocking  directorates  of  telephone  and  telegraph 
companies,  application  und«-  section  212  of  the 

aft  to  hold;  revision,  proposed  rule  making 10414 

International  agreements,  etc..  relating  to  radio  in 
which  United  States  participates: 
Amateur  radio  stations;  notice  of  bilateral  agree- 
ment between  Republic  of  Panama  and  United 
States  respecting  exchange  of  third  party  mes- 
sages by  amateur  radio  stations 6849 

Frequencies,  North  America;  assignment  of  fre- 
quencies to  broadcasting  stations  in  accord- 
ance with  NARB  agreement.  See  North  Ameri- 
can Regional  Broadcasting  Agreement. 
Laws,  international  treaties,  agreements  and  ar- 
rangements relating  to  radio  (corrected  to  July 

1.  1956) 7,—zr r 

Intemational  broadcast  stations.    See  Frequency  al- 
locations; and  Radio  broadcast  services. 
International  discussion  of  VHP  frequency  allocations 
for    maritime    mobile    services.     See    Mantune 
radio  services. 
International  fixed  services: 
See  also  Public  radiocommunication  services  (other 

than  maritime  mobile) . 
International    fixed    pubUc    radiocommunications 

services:  ,  ^  w      i 

Recapitulation  of  regulations  as  of  December  1, 

1956 -— - 

Fixed    p;ublic    services;     definitions,    general 

provisions — -  —  ---- 

Press  services:  fixed  public  and  fixed  public 

press  services ^707 

Redesignation  of  part •.-- 8V93 

Tropospheric  scatter  techniques,  use  of;  proposed 

rule  making -j^tv^V Z—^  3231,4968 

Use  of  certain  frequencies  in  1S2M62  mc  band  for 

international  fixed  public  service — 197. 272 

Land  transportation  radio  services: 

Applications,  authorizations,  and  notifications: 
Changes  in  authorized  stations  allowed  after  ap- 
proval of  request  filed  on  Form  400-A ;  reduc- 
tion or  increase  in  overall  number  of  trans- 
mitters used 363 

Filing  of  applications;  operation  at  temporary 

locations il"""" 

Standard  forms  to  be  used;  new  station  authori- 
zations  r—-r-z~~~rc 

Supplemental  information  to  be  submitted  with 
application:                                           ^     j    *. 
Data  respecting  operation  of  base  or  fixed  sta- 
tions at  temporary  locations 362 

Description    of    antenna    system    on    Form 

401-A 

Transmitters  used  at  temporary  locations;  con- 
solidation of  applications  and  authorizations 

for  each  base  or  fixed  system." 

Automobile  emergency  radio  service: 
Frequencies  available  for  base  and  mobile  sta- 
tions  

Permissible  communications;  associations,  cer- 
tain, providing  emergency  road  service,  trans- 
mission of  communications  on  traflBc  con- 
ditions   

CONELRAD  manual  or  guide  for  land  transporta- 
tion radio  services;  methods  of  receiving  alert 
and    all-clear    signals,    operating    procedures 

during  alert 9750 

CONELRAD  plan  of  station  operation,  continental 
United  States,  in  event  of  air  attack;  scope, 

~  alerting,  operation  during  alert,  etc___ 1272 

Definition  of  terms;  antenna  structure 3902 

Frequencies,  assignment,  etc.: 

Assignment  of  frequencies,  policy  governing  sta- 
tion operation  on  frequencies  in  band  25-50 

mc 

Frequency  separations  and  assignment  policies 
for  25-50  mc  and  152-162  mc  bands;  report 
and  action  taken  in  proceedings  respecting. 


75 


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362 
362 


3902 


362 


1273 


1273 


7575 


7569 


8952 


8953 
8953 


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Page   FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION — Con. 

Land  transportation  radio  services — Continued 
International  interference  in  bcmd  25-50  mc;  report 

of  proceedings  respecting 7569 

Motor  carrier  radio  service: 

Frequencies  available  for  base  and  mobile  sta- 
tions: 
Motor  carriers  of  property  for  local  distribution 
,     or  collection,  frequencies  for  communica- 
tions with  vehicles  engaged  in  such  serv- 
ice or  in  servicing  vehicles  used 4688 

Of  common  or  contract  carriers  of  property 

operating  in  urban  areas,  proposed 8952 

License,  eligibility  for;  common  or  contract  car- 
rier transportation  service  for  local  distribu- 
tion or  collection  of  property 4668 

Limitations  on  installation  and  use ;  proposed  rule 

making 

Railroad  radio  service: 
Eligibility;  proposed  rule  making: 
Non-profit    organization    or    association    fur- 
nishing   radiocommunication    service    to 

railroad  common  carriers 

Railroad  common  carrier  and  railroad  express 

companies 

Frequencies  a^vailable  for  base  and  mobile  sta- 
tions : 
Limitation  footnote  added  respecting  unavail- 
ability of  161.43-161.85  mc  in  Puerto  Rico 

and  Virgin  Islands '99 

Use  of  frequencies: 
For  necessary  communications  in  connection 
with  railroad  operation  or  maintenance, 
and    certain    motor    vehicle    operation, 

proposed 8953 

For  tranmission  of  tone  signals  for  signaling 

and  control  purposes,  proposed 7741 

Primarily   for    end-to-end,    fixed    point-to- 
train,  eUJ.,  communications 10255 

Station  operating  requirements: 

Station  identification;  unit  designator,  use  of...       363 
Transmitter  identification  card  and  posting  of 

station  license;  current  authorization —  363,5292 
Waiver  of  requirements  respecting  operation  of 
mobile    and    portable    radio    transmitting 
equipment  by  unlicensed  personnel,  rescis- 
sion of  order  respecting  and  termination  of 

proceedings - 

Technical  standards: 
Emission  limitations;  maximum  authorized  band- 
width and  frequency  deviation 7576 

Frequency  stability 7575 

Modulation  requirements 7576 

Narrow  band  technical  standards;  report  of  pro- 
ceedings respecting 7569 

Type  acceptance  of  transmitters,  measurement  of 
occupied  bandwidths,  suppression  of  spurious 
emissions,  proposed  revision  of  requirements 

respecting ^^3 

Laws,  treaties,  etc.,  InternationaL    See  International 

agreements.  J.         ,., 

Local  television  transmission  service.    See  Domestic 
public  radio  services. 

Location  of  field  offices  and  monitoring  stations 9957 

Loran  stations;  use  of  certain  frequencies 3371 

Low-power  communicatfon  devices.     See  Restricted 
devices 

Low-power  industrial  radio  service -—    6936 

Manufacturing  activities,  radio  service  for.    See  In- 
dustrial radio  services. 
Maritime  radio  services: 
Land  stations,  coastal : 
Alaska,  coast  stations  in.    See  Alaska. 
Definition  of  terms: 
Maritime  mobile  service,  operational  designator    6513 

Operational    commiuiication 7776 

Technical : 

Crystal  oscillator;  deletion ^»*3 

Frequency  band  of  emission 2949 

Spurious  emission 2949 

International  interference  in  band  25-60  mc;  re- 
port of  prcxjeedings  respecting 7569 

Limited  coast  stations,  use  of  telephony.    See 

Telephony. 
Marine-utility  stations,  use  of  telephony.     See 
Telephony. 


/ 


422 


76 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.     !*<«« 
Maritime  radio  services — Continued 
Land  stations,  coastal — Continued 
~  Operdting  requirements,  general :  radiotelephone 
watch   by   coast   stations,   requirement   re- 
specting efficient  watch,  footnote 1597 

Public   coast   stations   use   of   telephony.     See 

Telephony.  ' 

Safety;  public  ship-shore  telephony  on  263^  kc 
for  safety  and  operational  communication 
needs  of  pleasure  boats  on  interior  waters.  _    7775 
Station  requirements,  general;  facilities  required, 
"  minimum,  for  public  coast  stations ,  using 

telephony : 
Compliance     with     requirements;     apparatus 

necessary,  conditions  of  compliance 1597 

Coverage  on  frequency  2182  kc  by  public  coast 

stations 1597 

Technical  requirements,  standard: 
Transmitter  power  authorized  for: 
Coast  stations  and  marine-utility  stations 

using  telephony  on  2638  kc  frequency-.     7776 
Coast  stations  using  telephony,  table,  change 

in   designator 7776 

Type  acceptance  of  transmitters,  measurement 
of  occupied  bandwidths,  suppression  of 
spurious  em^issions,   proposed   revision  of 

requirements  respecting 1903 

Telephony,  use  of: 
Limited    coast    stations    and "  marine-utility 
stations: 

Editorial    amendment 1562 

Frequencies  assignable  above  30  mc;  con- 
ditions of  operation  on  frequencies  in 

band  35-36  mc - 7573 

Public  coast  stations: 

Changes  in  frequency  assignments  of  coast, 
ship,  and  aircraft  stations  within  4000- 
18,000  kc  band;  Mississippi  River  and 
connecting  inland  waters  (except  Great 

Lakes),  use  of  certain  frequencies 5361 

Prequencles  assignable: 
♦  Assignments  and  use  of  specific  carrier  fre- 

quencies   subject    to    express    limi- 
tations : 
Frequency   2638   kc,   use   of,   by   coast 

stations  in  certain  areas 7776 

Mississippi  River  and  connecting  inland 
waters  (except  Great  Lakes) : 
Frequencies  4372.4  and  8205.5  kc.  use 

of 5365 

Frequencies  6240  kc  and  6455  kc,  de- 
letion of  provisions  respecting  use 

of 5365 

List  of  specific  authorized  carrier  frequen- 
cies; additions  and  deletions 1466, 

2523, 5365. 7575 
Operation    on   frequencies   in    35-36    mc 

band,  conditions  of 7575 

Frequencies  below  30  mc,  availability  of : 
Class  I-B  public  coast  stations,  establish- 
ment of,  in  Gulf  of  Mexico  seaboard 
area,  and  use  of  certain  frequencies 
between  5000-25.000  kc,  proposed  rule 

making 3906 

Class  n  stations,  carrier  frequencies  as- 
signable   for    working    purposes    to. 
*  subject  to  specific  limitations,  tables 

of    frequencies,    additions,    deletions, 
etc.,  for  listed  areas: 

Baltimore,  Md.,  editorial  amendment 1562 

Chicago,  m.,  Pittsburgh.  Pa.,  Louisville, 
Ky.,  etc.;  deletion  of  frequencies 
6240  and  6455  kc  from  table  of  fre- 
quencies for  transmitting  alter- 
nately on  same  channel 5365 

Los  Angeles-San  Diego.  California, 
areas;  use  of  frequency  2522  kc, 
non-interference  restriction  pro- 
vision,  deletion 3688 

Miami,  Florida,  area;  availability  of  fre- 
quencies 2490  kc  and  2031.5  kc  on 
24-hoiu:  basis,  and  limitation  on 
use  of  frequency  pair  2514  kc  and 
2118  kc ^.,  3123, 6828 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.     ^^* 

Maritime  radio  services — Continued        , 
Land  stations,  coastal — Continued       '* 
Telephony,  use  of — Continued 
Public  coast  stations — Continued 
Frequencies  below  30  mc,  availability  of — 
Continued 
Class  II  stations,  carrier  frequencies  as- 
signable* for    working    purposes    to. 
subject  to  specific  limitations,  tabtes 
of    fre<fuencles,    additions,    deletions, 
etc..  for  listed  areas — Continued 
Mobile,   Alabama,   area   availability   of 
certain    Mississippi    River    system 
frequencies  for  use  in,  proposed  rule 

making  _ 8949 

New  York,  New  York  area 1466.  2523 

Seattle,  Washington,  area;  availability 
and  use,  subject  to  certain  specific 
conditions,  of  frequencies  2482  and 

2430  (2432)  kc 680,  3232.  6828,  7831 

Working  freq,uencies: 
Frequency  2638  kc,  assignment  and  use 
of,  as  working  frequency  under  sp»e- 

ciflc  limitations 7777 

Table    of    working    frequencies    below 

5000  kc 1466.2523 

Use  of  authorized  working  frequencies; 

redesignatlbn 7776 

Mobile  maritime  radio  service;  international  dis- 
cussion on  allocation  and  operational  rules  for 
certain  use  of  VHF  frequencies  in,  request  for 

submittal  of  comments  with  respect  to 9075 

Summary  of  VHF  maritime  allocations  and  out- 
line of  proposed  allocations  and  operating 

rules 9076 

Shipboard  stations: 
Alaska,  ship  stations  in.    See  Alaska,  above. 
Appendix  III;   general  exemption  orders  issued 
exempting  ships  from  compulsory  radio  luro- 

visions,  revision , 3267 

Applications : 
Exemption  from  radio  equipment  and  opera- 
tor requirements,   application  procedure; 
Part  m  of  Communications  Act  added. 

proposed 7457 

Inspection,  application  for:  periodical  inspec- 
tion, application  on  Form  812,  procedure, 

proposed 7457 

Interim  ship  station  license,  filing  of  request 

for- - 204,  1900 

Redesignation;  proposed 7457 

Compulsory  shipboard  equipment,  type  approval 
of;  auto-alarm  requirements,  type  of  auto- 
alarm  approved  prior  to  July  23,  1951.  foot- 
note     1048 

Compulsory  shipboard  radio  installations: 
Inspection  of  installation;  proposed  rule  mak- 
-    ing: 
Periodical  Inspection  required  for  vessels  sub- 

,.  jegt  to  Part  ni  of  Communications  Act.     7457 

Redesignations i 7457 

Radiotelegraph  installation;  auto-alarm,  in- 
stallation, requirement  respecting  serial 
number,  failure  of  auto-alarm,  editorial 

amendments ] 556 

Radiotelephone  installations  on  ships  subject 
to  Part  III  of  Title  III  of  Communications 

Act;  proposed  rule  making 7457 

Certificates 7457 

Radiotelephone  installations 7457 

Control  and  location  of 7459 

Tests 7459 

Sensitivity  of  receiving  equipment 7459 

Technical  requirements,  general . 7457 

Definition  of  terms: 
Operational: 

Business  commimlcation • 201 

Operational    communication .      201 

Technical : 

Frequency  band  of  emission .    2949 

Spurious  emission 2949 

Exemption  orders  issued,  general,  exempting 
ships  from  compulsory  radio  provisions  (Ap- 
pendix III) ;  revision . 3267 


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FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con. 

Maritime  radio  services — Continued 
Shipboard  stations — Continued 
Interim  ship  station  license  procedure,  use  of  for 
certain  additional  frequencies  and  deletion 

of  certain  restrictions 203,  1900 

International  interference  in  band  25-50  mc;  re- 
port of  proceedings  respecting 7569 

Intership  2  mc  frequencies,  limitation  of  use  of, 
to  communication  pertaining  to  safety,  op- 
erational or  business  purposes 200 

Operator  requirements;  operator  required  by 
statute  for  safety.  United  States  vessels 
transporting  more  than  six  passengers  for 

hire,  proposed  rule  making 7457 

Radiotelegraphy,  use  of: 

Compulsory     installations.     See     Compulsory 

shipboard  radio  installations. 
Frequencies  assignable,  addition  and  use  of  512 

kc    frequency 200 

Radiotelephony.  use  of: 
Availability    of   certain    frequencies    between 
5000-25.000   kc   for   communication    with 
Class  I-B  public  coast  stations  in  Gulf  of 
Mexico    seaboard    area,    proposed    rule 

making 3906 

Changes  in  frequency  assignments  of  ship, 
coast,  and  aircraft  stations  within  4000- 
18.000  kc  band;  Mississippi  River  and  con- 
necting    inland     waters     (except     Great 

Lakes),  use  of  certain  frequencies 5361 

Compulsory    radiotelephone    installations    on 
shipboard.    See     Compulsory     shipboard 
radio  installations,  above. 
Frequencies  above  30  mc  for  public  correspond- 
ence; carrier  frequencies  within  30-40  mc 

band,  ship  stations,  editorial  change 556 

Frequencies  assignable: 

Assignment  and  use  of  specific  carrier  fre- 
quencies subject  to  express  limitations. _    2950 
Certification  requirements: 
Inapplicability  to  transmitters  type  ac- 
cepted by  Commission 2950 

Level  of  emission  on  second  harmonic 
frequency;  table,  maximum  author- 
ized transmitter  power,  deletion  of 

footnote  1  and  designator 2950 

Frequencies  2638  kc  and  2738  kc  authorized 
for  use  on  shared  basis  with  foreign 

ship  stations 7777 

Use   for  ship-shore   conmiunicatlon   in 

certain  geographic  areas 7777 

Mississippi  River  system : 

Frequencies  4067,  4372.4,  and  8205.5  kc, 

use  of 5365.5651 

Frequencies  6240  and  6455  kc,  deletion  of 

provisions  respecting  use  of 5365 

Redesignations 2950 

Conditions  of  use  of  frequency  band  35-45 

mc  by  ship  or  marine-utility  stations.-    7573 
list  of  specific  authorized  carrier  frequencies; 

deletions  from  list 5365 

Frequencies  below  3000  kc  for  safety  purposes-       201 
Frequencies  below  5000  kc  for  public  corre- 
spondence : 
Carrier  frequencies  available  to  mobile  and 
coast  stations  transmitting  alternately; 
tables,    additions,    deletions,    etc.,    for 
listed  areas: 

Baltimore,  Md.;  editorial  amendment 1562 

Chicago,  111.,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  Louisville. 
Ky.,  etc.;  deletion  of  frequencies  6240 
and  6455  kc  from  table  of  frequencies 
for  transmitting  alternately  on  same 

channel 556 

Gulf  Coast  Area,  Gulf  Intracoastal  Water- 
way,   Alabama    River    System,    etc., 
•  availability  of  certain  Mississippi  River 

system  frequencies  for  use  in.  proposed 

rule  making 8949 

Los  Angeles-San  Diego,  California  area; 
use  of  frequency  2522  kc,  non-inter- 
ference restriction  provision,  deletion —    3688 


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FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con. 

Maritime  radio  services — Continued 
Shipboard  stations — Continued 
Radiotelephony,  use  of — Continued 

Frequencies  below  5000  kc  for  public  corre- 
spondence—Continued 
Carrier  frequencies  available  to  mobile  and 
coast  stations  transmitting  alternately; 
tables,    additions,    deletions,    etc.,    for 
listed  areas — Continued 
Miami.  Florida  area;  availability  of  fre- 
quencies 2490  kc  and  2031.5  kc  on  24- 
hour  basis,  and  limitation  of  use  of 
frequencies  2514  kc  and  2118  kc___  3123,  6828 

New  York.  New  York  area 1466, 2523 

Seattle.  Washington,  area;  availability  and 
use,  subject  to  certain  specific  condi- 
tions,  of  frequencies  2482   and   2430 

^c 680.  3232.  6828 

Frequency  2638  kc,  assignment  and  use  of.  as 
working  frequency  for  alternate  trans- 
mission by  ship  and  coast  stations 7777 

Use  of  authorized  working  frequencies;  re- 
designation 7777 

Frequencies  from  5000  kc  to  30  mc  for  public 
correspondence;  Mississippi  River  and  con- 
necting inland  waters  (other  than  Great 
Lakes),  frequencies  authorized,  deletion  of 

6240  and  6455  kc 5365 

Interim      ship      station     license,      operation 

under 204,  1901 

'     Authorized  carrier  frequencies  for  ship-to- 
ship  communication 2953 

Radiotelephone  operating  procedure,  general; 
authorized  use  of  2003,  2638,  2738,  and  2830 

kc 201.  7777 

Safety  regulations: 

Equipment;  auto-alarm  requirements 1043 

Frequencies  for  safety  purposes.    See  Radio- 
telephony. 
Installations  for  safety  purposes.    See  Com- 
pulsory radio  installations. 
Public  ship-shore  telephony  on  2638  kc  for 
safety    and    operational    communication 
needs  of  pleasure  boats  on  interior  waters- 
Watch  for  safety  purposes  required  on  certain 
passenger  vessels,  and  operator  require- 
ments  

Station  authorizations: 

Equipment  of  licensed  station,  changes  in 2949 

Interim  ship  station  license —  204,  1901 

Technical  requirements,  standard: 

Transmitters:  ' 

Acceptability  of  radiotelephone  transmitters 

for  licensing 2950 

Acceptance    of    transmitters   for    licensing; 

rescission '^naFa 

Emission,  spurious;   limitations 2949 

Proposed  revision  of  requirements  respect- 
ing       1903 

Radiotelephone  transmitters,  special  require- 
ments for 2949 

Ship-radar    transmitters,    special    require- 
ments      2950 

Type  acceptance  of  equipment 2950,3076 

Proposed  revision  of  requirements  respect- 
ing      1903 

Type  acceptance  of  transmitters,  measurement 
of  occupied  bandwidths,  suppression  of 
spurious  emissions,  proposed  revision  of  re- 
quirements respecting 1903 

United  States  passenger  vessels: 

Vessels  carrying  more  than  six  persons  for  hire; 
2  mc  radio  shipboard  installation  require- 
ments pursuant  to  Part  in,  Title  in  of 
Communications  Act,  proposed  rule  mak- 
ing  , 

Vessels  under  100  gross  tons;  extension  of 
exemption  from  certain  radio  installation 
requirements    for    vessels    navigating    in 

certain  specified  waters 

Watch  for  safety  purposes,  required  by  Conrniu- 
nications  Act;  United  States  vessels  trans- 
porting more  than  six  passengers  for  hire,  _ 
proposed  rule  making 7457 


7775 


7457 


7456 


3132 


78 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


ANNUAL  INDEX/1956 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.     P»S« 

Medical    diathermy    equipment.      See    Industrial, 

scientific,  and  medical  service. 
Mexico,    assignment    of    frequencies    to    broadcast 
stations  in;  changes  In  list  modifying  appendix  to 
North  American  Regional  Broadcasting  Agree- 
ment  —  -     559. 1113, 

1739.  2797,  4979,  5543.  5663.  6521,  6850,  9336. 
Microwave  point-to-point  radio  service.    See  under 

Domestic  fixed  and  mobile  services. 
Mobile  domestic  public  land  radio  service.    See  Do- 
mestic public  radio  services. 
Mobile  maritime  radio  services.    See  Maritime  radio 

services. 
Mobile  relay  operation  by  non-Federal  conservation 

agencies,  frequencies 7536 

Mobile  stations  in  forest  products  radio  service.  See 
Industrial  radio  services. 

Monitoring  stations,  location  of , 9958 

Motion  picture  radio  service.     See  Industrial  radio 

services. 
Motor  carrier  radio  service.    See  Land  transportation 

radio  service.  • 

Music,  background.     See  Radio  broadcast  services: 

FM  broadcast  stations. 
National  defense:  free  service  by  common  carriers  in  ^ 

domestic  public  radio  services  in  connection  with 

preparation  for 4747 

North  American  Regional  Broadcasting  Agreement; 
lists  of  changes  in  assigrunents  for  statidns  in 
various  countries: 

Canada 977, 

1405, 1812. 2119, 2259, 2644, 4420, 4421, 6522.  7743 

Cuba 560.  1279.  4896,  5543,  7964 

Mexico  __J ., 559,  1113. 

1739.  2797.  4979.  5543.  5663.  6521.  6850,  9336 
Olympic  goodwill  message;  participation  in  relaying 
of  from  Greece  to  Australia  by  United  States 
amateur    radio    operators,    special    permission ' 

for... ._ 8493 

Operators: 

Aircraft  stations;  operator  requirements.    See  Avi- 
ation services. 
Amateur  operators.    See  Amateur  radio  service. 
Commercial  radio.    See  Commercial  radio  operators. 
Organization,  delegations  of  authority,  etc: 
Authority,  delegations  of: 
Board  of  Commissioners;  authority  to  Institute 
investigations  whenever  quoioun  of  Commis- 
sion is  not  present 5244 

Chief  Hearing  Examiner;  authority  delegated:       ' 

After  case  has  been  designated  for  hearing 1278 

Dismissal  of  suspension  proceedings 2156 

In  absence  of  Hearing  Examiner;  redesigna- 

tion 1278 

Common  Carrier  Bureau.  Chief: 
Authority  concerning  section  221  (a)  of  Act..     6848 
Matters  delegated;  developmental  statior^g  ren- 
dering common  carrier  service 6849 

Engineers  in  Charge:      •                            ' 
Authority  delegated  to  engineers  at  sub-offlces, 
marine  offices,  and  to  engineers  engaged  in 
ship  inspection  duties  at  radio  district  of- 
fices      9959 

Authority  delegated  to  Regional  Managers, 
Chief.  Field  Engineering  and  Monitoring 
Bureau,  and  Chief.  Field  Operating  Divi- 
sion of  Field  Engineering  and  Monitoring 

Bureau:   rescission 9959 

Field  Engineering  and  Monitoring  Bureau; 
matters  delegated  to  Bureau  Chief,  and 

Chief  Field  Operating  Division 9958 

Safety  and  Special  Radio  Services  Bureau,  Chief : 

Authority  to  issue  orders  to  modify  licenses  of 

ship   ladiotelephone   stations   in   certain 

cases • 875 

Matters  delegated;  authority  to  modify  ship 

radiotelephone  stations  in  certain  cases.  _       875 
Other  matters  delegated:  authority  to  act  on 
applications,  etc.,  for  waiver  or  exception 
to  requirements  respecting  2182  kc  coast 

station  facilities  and  watch 1614 

PCJC  frequency  list  of  authorized  frequency  assign- 
ments to  radio  stations,  availability  for  in- 
spection   — _- —..—..______    3235 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.     p»<« 

Organization,  delegations  of  authority,  etc. — Con. 

Location  of  field  offices  and  monitoring  stations 9957 

Organization  of  Commission: 
Broadcast  Bureau: 

Broadcast  Facilities  Division 977 

F\mctions  of  Bureau ;  participation  in  hearings 

involving  applications,  rule  making,  etc —       977 

Hearing  Division;   deletion 977 

Renewal  and  Transfer  Division 977 

Units  in  Biureau 977 

Chief  Engineer.  Office  of;  P.  C.  C.  frequency  list 
of    authorized    frequency    assignments    to 

radio  stations,  availability  for  inspection 3235 

Common  Carrier  Bureau: 

Domestic  Radio  Facilities  Division 6849 

Field    Offices. __    6849 

Functions  of  Bureau;  appraisal  of  technologi- 
cal developments  in  art.  etc 6848 

License  Bi-anch;  deletion 6849 

Office  of  Bureau  Chief 6848 

Redesignations 6849 

Statistical  Branch;  deletion 6849 

Telephone  Division 6849 

Units  in  Bureau 6848 

Field  Engineering  and  Monitoring  Bureau: 

Field  Operating  Division;  Field  Growp.i 9957 

Location    of    field     offices    and    monitoring 
stations: 

District  offices   and  their  sub-offlces -    9957 

Marine  offices 9§58 

Monitoring  stations 9958 

Units  in  Bureau;  Field  Operating  Division 9957 

Hearing  Examiners,  Office  of: 

Hearing  Examiners.  Office  of 875 

Responsibilities  of  Chief  Hearing  Examiner. _      875 
Safety  and  Special  Radio  Services  Bureau: 
\  Authorization  Analysis  Division;  revision  and 

redesignation 4691 

Aviation   Division 4690 

Bureau  Chief,  Office  of 4690 

Industrial  Division 4690 

Industry  and  Commerce  Division ;  revision  and 

redesignation 4690 

Land  Transportation  Division 4691 

Marine  Division 4690 

Public  Safety  and  Amateur  Division 4690 

Units  in  Bureau : 

Industrial  Division 4690 

Land  Transportation  Division 4690 

Statement  of  places  for  submitting  applications,  se- 
^        curing  public  information,  etc.: 

Amateur  station  and  operator  license  applica- 
tions, and/or  commercial  operator  license; 
examination  points,  additions  and  deletions, 
in  listings  for  Jackson,  Mississippi,  Butte, 

Montana,  and  Tallahassee.  Florida 5851 

Public  reference  rooms;  Broadcast  and  Docket,   , 
Application  Control,  and  Amateur  License, 

change  of  address 1841 

Panama,  Republic  of;  notice  respecting  bilateral 
agreement  with  United  States  regarding  ex- 
change of  third  party  messages  by  amateur  radio 

stations 6849 

Petrolciun  radio  service.    See  Industrial  radio  serv- 
ices. 
Point-to-point   microwave   radio   service.    See   Do- 

ihestic  fixed  and  mobile  services. 
Police  radio  service.    See  Public  safety  radio  services. 
Power  radio  services.    See  Industrial  radio  services. 

Practice  and  procedure 7993,  8948,  10256 

Common  carriers: 
Applications  affecting;  consolidation  of  telephone 

companies,  applicaticm  for,  rescission .-  6842,  9948 
Reports  required  to  be  submitted  by;  amendment 
of  certain  schedules  in  listed  forms: 
Annual  Report  Foi-m  M,  Class  A  and  Class  B 

telephone  companies .  7958,9993 

Annual  Report  Form  O,  wire-telegraph  and 

ocean-cable  carriers 7958,9994 

Annual  Report  Form  R,  radiotelegraph  car- 
riers   7958,  9994 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con. 

Practice  and  procedure — Continued 
Hearings  and  decisions: 

Applicability;  provisions  of  Hearing  Manual  for 
Comparative  Broadcast  Proceedings  to  apply 
at  certain  hearings,  termination  of  proceed- 

irigs   resp>ecting 

Evidence,  niles  of ;  provisions  of  Hearing  Manual 
for  Comparative  Broadcast  Proceedings  to 
apply  at  certain  hearings,  termination  of 

proceedings   respecting 

Hearing  Manual  for  Comparative  Broadcast  Pro- 
ceedings; issuance  of,  as  Guide  for  Hearing 
Examiners  and  Counsel  and  termination  of 
proceedings    respecting    incorporation    into 

regulations 

Radio  licenses,  applications  and  proceedings  affect- 
ing: 
Action  on  applications;  procedure  when  case  is 

designated  for  hearing 

Piling  of  applications  and  description  of  forms: 
Civil  Air  Patrol  Radio  Station  Authorization. 

Application  for.  Form  480 

Construction  permits: 

Antenna  structures,  when  permits  required. 

Construction  permit  application  form  (Form 

-401),  used  for  certain  common  carrier 

radio  authorizations;  request  for  com 

ments  respecting  proposed  revision 

Inquiry  by  Safety  and  Special  Radio  Services 

Bureau  concerning  revision  of  all  forms  in 

use,  and  Form  400  in  particular,  notice  of 

and  request  for  suggestions  respecting — 

List  of  application  forms  in  current  use 

R>rms  and  information  to  be  filed  with  Commis- 
sion ;  application  for  new  antennas  requiring 
height  in  excess  of  500  feet,  proposed  rule 

making 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments...  3698,  5066 
Manner  in  which  applications  are  processed: 
Acceptance  of  applications;  footnote  respect- 
ing action  to  be  withheld  on  certain  pro- 
ceedings pending  conclusion  of  rule 
making  concerning  daytime  skywave 
transmissions  for  standard  broadcast  sta- 
tions  

PM  and  noncommercial  educational  FM  broad- 
cast applications,  procedure  with  respect 

to  processing 

Standard    broadcast    applications,    procedure 

with  respect  to  processing  of 

Television   bro€wicast   applications,   procedure 

with  respect  to  processing  of 

Thirty-day  waiting  period  for  action  on  cwtain 

applications;   deletion 

Program  log  analyses  in  cormection  with  renewal 
applications  of  certain  AM,  FM,  and  TV 
broadcast  stations,  composite  week  dates  for 

preparation  of 

Revision  of  part;  proposed  rule  making 

Denial  of  petition  of  FCBA  Committee  with  re- 
spect to  certain  amendments 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments  in  proposed 

rule  making 

Postponed  indefinitely 

Notice  of  additional  proposed  amendments  to 

be  issued 

Ship  stations;  list  of  licensed  United  States  ship 
radio  stations.  propK)sed  publication  of.  request 
for  comments  respecting  necessary  data  and 

requirements 

Press  F&dio  services . 

International.    See  under  International  fixed  serv- 

ices 
Market  news  service.    See  Federal-State  Market 

News  Service. 
Relay.    See  Industrial  radio  services. 
Program  log  analyses,  composite  week  dates.    See 

Radio  broadcast  services. 
Public    radiocommimication    services    (other    than 

maritime  mobile) 

Application  for  construction  permit.  Form  401,  used 
for  certain  common  carrier  radio  authoriza- 
tions; request  for  comments  respecting  pro- 
posed revision 


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FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con. 

Public    radiocommunication    services    (other    than 
maritime  mobile) — Continued 
Domestic  services: 

Domestic  public  radio  services.     See  Domestic 

fixed  and  mobile  services,  above. 
Explanatory  statement  respecting  domestic  fixed 

public   service 199 

Frequency  separations  and  assignment  policies  for 
25-50  mc  and  152-162  mc  bands;  report  of,  and 

action  taken  in  proceedings  respecting 7569 

International  interference  in  band  25-50  mc;  re- 
port of  proceedings  respecting 7569 

International  services: 

Explanatory  statement  respecting  International 

fixed  public  service 199 

International  fixed  public  radiocommunications 
services.  See  International  fixed  services, 
above. 

Mobile  domestic  public  land  services;  recission 4731 

Redesignation  of  part 8993 

Station   identification 5291 

Technical  standards,  narrow  band;  report  of  pro- 
ceedings  respecting^ 7569 

Tropospheric  scatter  techniques,  use  of,  by  fixed 

services,  proposed  rule  making .     3231 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments .    4968 

Type  acceptance  of  transmitters,  measurement  of 
occupied  bandwidths.  suppression  of  spurious 
emissions,  proposed  revision  of  requirements 

respecting 1903 

Public  safety  radio  services: 

Applications,  authorizations,  and  notifications: 
Changes  in  authorized  stations  allowed  after  ap- 
proval of  request  filed  on  Form  400-A;  re- 
duction or  increase  In  overall  number  of 

transmitters  used 361 

Piling  of  applications;  operation  at  temporary 

locations  for  indeterminate  periods 361 

Standard  forms  to  be  used;  new  station  authori- 
zations for  fixed  or  base  stations  operated  at 

temporary  location 361 

Supplementary  information  to  be  submitted  with 
application,    description    of    new    antenna 

structures 5651 

Transmitters  used  at  temporary  locations,  con- 
solidation of  applications  and  authorizations 

for  each  base  or  fixed  system 361 

Authority  delegatibns  to  Chief  of  Bureau.    See  Or- 
ganization. 
CONELRAD  manual  or  guide  for  public  safety  radio 
services;  methods  of  receiving  radio  alert  and 
all  clear  signals,  operating  procedures  during 

alert - 7583 

Definitions;  anterma  structure  defined 5651 

Emergency  radio  service,  special;  frequencies  avail- 
able: 
Assigrmaent  limitations  and  use  of  frequencies  be- 
tween 159.51  and  161.85  mc 199 

Puerto  Rico  and  Virgin  Islands 199 

Fire  radio  service,  frequencies  available: 

Assignment  limitations,  and  use  of  frequencies 

between  154.07  and  161.79  mc 199 

Puerto  Rico  and  Virgin  Islands 199 

Search  and  rescue  operations  Involving  lost  air- 
craft, use  of  frequency  121.5  mc 5295,  6577. 

Forestry-conservation    radio    service;    frequencies 
available: 
Assignment  limitations,  and  use  of  frequencies 

between  159.51  and  161.79  mc 199 

Puerto  Rico  and  Virgin  Islands 199 

Search  and  rescue  operations  Involving  lost  air- 
craft, use  of  frequency  121.5  mc 5295. 6577 

Highway  maintenance  radio  service,  frequencies 
available : 
Asslgmnent  limitations,  and  use  of  frequencies 

between  159.51  and  161.79  mc ^ 199 

Puerto  Rico  and  Virgin  Islands 199 

Search  and  rescue  operations  involving  lost  air- 
craft, use  of  frequency  121.5  mc 5295,6577 

International  interference  in  band  25-50  mc ;  report 
7806  of  proceedings  respecting 7569 


2521 


1595 
1594 
1595 
1594 


7557 
7993 

10256 

8948 
10256 

10256 


7305 


8993 


80 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.     P<«« 
Public  safety  radio  services — Continued 
Operating  requirements: 
Station  records,  content  of;  maintenance  of  rec- 
ords for  base  and  fixed  stations,  exceptions--      362 
Transmitter  identification  card  and  posting  of 

station  license;  current  authori2»tion 362 

Waiver  of.  with  respect  to  operation  of  mobile  and 
portable  radio  transmitting  equipment  by 
unlicensed  personnel;  rescission  of  order  re- 

sp)ecting  and  termination  of  proceedings 422 

Police  radio  service;  frequences  available: 
Assignment  limitations,  and  use  of  frequencies 

159.51-161.79  mc 199 

Puerto  Rico  and  Virgin  Islands 199 

Search  and  rescue  operations  involving  lost  air- 
craft, use  of  frequency  121.5  mc 5295,6577 

Table,  addition  of  assignment  limitation  notes  for 

frequencies  39.06,  39.46,  and  45.86  mc 5295. 

6577. 9143 
Special  emergency  radio  service.     See  Emergency 

radio  service. 
Technical  standards: 
Emission : 
Limitations;  maximum  authorized  bandwidth 

and  frequency  deviation 7574 

Types  of;  authorization  of  A3  and  P3  emission 

for  radiotelephony 5295,  6577,  9143 

Frequencies: 

Assignment  of  frequencies  below  25  mc 5295, 

6577. 9143 
Conditions    of    use    of    frequencies    In    band 

25-50  mc -_.^-_.     7574 

Frequency  121.5  mc,  availability  of,  tb  stations 
in  flre,  forestry -conservation,  highway 
maintenance,  and  police  radio  services  for 
communication  with  aviation  services  in 
search  and  rescue  operations  involving  lost 

aircraft;  proposed  rule  making 5295,6577 

Frequency  separations  and  assignment  policies 
for  25-50  mc  and  152-162  mc  bands;  re- 
port of,  and  action  taken  in  proceedings 7569 

Frequency  stability 7574 

Modulation  requirements 7574 

Narrow  band  technical  standards;  report  of  pro- 
ceedings respecting 7569 

Type  acceptance  of  transmitters,  measurement  of 

occupied  bandwidths,  suppression  of  spurious 

•   emissions,  proposed  revision  of  requirements 

respecting 1903 

Puerto  Rico: 

Communication  between  New  York,  New  York,  and 
San  Juan,  hearing  respecting  application  of 
certain  companies  for  deletion  of  certain  con- 
ditional provisions  relating  to 6865.  6942 

Piequencies  available  and  use  of.". 197,272.2142 

Television  channel  assignments,  changes  in 1390,  8543 

Radiation  devices,  incidental  and  restricted: 

See  also  Industrial,  scientific  and  medical  service. 

Community  antenna  television  systems;  radiation, 

demonstration    of    compliance,    interference, 

measurement  of  field  strength,  etc 5368 

Definitions : 

Community  antenna  television  system .    5368 

Low  power  communication  device 8950 

Low  power  communication  devices:  radiation  limi- 
tation, alternative  requirements  for  operation 
on  certain  frequencies,  certification,  interfer- 
ence, etc.,  proposed  rule  making 8951 

Radio  receivers: 
Effective  date  of  subpart : 

Compliance  with  requirements 2864,  7652 

Power  line  interference  limit  on  frequencies 
^       between  3  and  25  mc  applicable  to  tele- 
vision broadcast  stations,  extension  of  ef- 
fective date  of  provisions 5058, 10407 

Radiation  interference  limits , 7578 

Radio  astronomy;  frequency  utilization.  Interference 

protection,  proposed  rule  making 4680. 7739 

Radio  broadcast  services: 
Applications  for  various  station  licenses,  forms, 
filing  of,  etc.    See  Practice  and  procedure. 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.     P^s* 

Radio  broadcast  services — Continued 
CONELRAD: 
Hawaii;    voluntary    CONELRAD    plan    for    all 

classes  of  radio  stations  in 3914 

.   CONELRAD  plan  of  broadcast  station  operation 
in  event  of  air  attack : 
Educational,  PM,  noncommercial  stations....    1271 
In  Hawaii.    See  Hawaii,  above. 

International  broadcast  stations 1271 

Standard,  FM.  and  television  broadcast  stations. 
CONELRAD   for;    redesignation    (subpart 

heading) 1271 

Remote  control  operation  of  certain  broadcast 
stations;  requirements  respecting  CONEL- 
RAD  operation 1 2534.3438,4893,6495 

Educational  broadcast  stations,  FM,  noncommer- 
cial: 
Administrative  procedure;  renewal  of  license,  ap- 
'plication,  procedure  in  case  of  hearing  or  in- 
vestigation     3901 

Classification  of  stations  and  allocation  of  fre- 
quencies;   channels    available    for    assign-    - 

ment 1048 

EMitorial  change ^     3901 

Use  of  frequencies  in  88-100  mc  band  in  Alaska 
and  availability  of  100.1-107.9  Inc  fre- 
quencies for  use  by  educational  noncom- 
mercial FM  broadcast  stations 1048 

CONELRAD  plan  for  station  operation.  Con- 
tinental United  States,  in  event  of  air  attack; 
scope,  alerting,  operation  during  alert,  identi- 
fication, tests,  etc 1271 

Operating  requirements;  mechanical  reproduc- 
tions   : .    7773 

Technical  operation: 

Operator  requirements;  editorial  change 3901 

Remote  control  operation,  provision  limiting 
operation  to  stations  with  transmitter 
power  output  of  10  kilowatts  or  less  deleted. 

proposed  rule  making 2535 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments 3438,4893 

Emissions,  spurious,  suppression  of.  measurement 
of  occupied  bandwidths.  type  acceptance 
of  transmitters;  proposed  revision  of  require- 
ments respecting ^_ 1903 

Experimental,    auxiliary,    and    special    broadcast 
services.    See    Experimental,    auxiliary,    and 
special  broadcast  services,  above. 
FM  broadcast  stations: 

Channels  allocation  of;  Class  B  stations,  revised 

tentative  allocations  plan  for.  amendments.    2959. 
4031.  5469.  6870,  7583,  8154,  8956,  9588,  10262. 
10435. 
CONELRAD.     See  CONELRAD,  above. 
Educational  PM  broadcast  stations.     See  Educa» 

tional  broadcast  stations,  above. 
Equipment: 

Heading;  added 3901 

Transmitters,  certain  type  acceptance  require- 
ments; proposed  revision 1903 

Functional  music  operations ;  extension  of  expira- 
tion date  for  subsidiary  communications 
authorizations  for  simplex  operations  and 
postponement  of  date  of  requirement  for  con- 
version to  multiplexing 4316 

Nonbroadcast  activities  (background  music, 
fitorecasting.  and  transitcasting).  postpone- 
ment of  date  of  requirement  for  conversion 

to  multiplexing 4316 

Operating  requirements: 

Mechanical   reproductions 7772 

Operation  under  SCA,  licensee  requirements; 

reference   Changed 2659 

Station  identification,  waiver  of  provisions  re- 
specting, in  case  of  special  New  Year's  pro- 
grams   10406 

Program  log  analyses,  composite  week  dates  for 
preparation  of.  in  connection  with  renewal 
applications  of  certain  FM  broadcast  sta- 
tions   ^ 7557 

Subsidiary    communications    authorizations    on 

simplex  basis;  extension  of  expiration  date..    4316 
*  Tax  relief  certificates;  new  policy  of  Commission 
respecting   issuance   of   to  radio   broadcast 
licensees 7331 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.     P*S« 

Radio  broadcast  services — Continued 
FM  broadcast  stations — Continued 
Technical  operation: 

Operator  requirements;  editorial  change 3901 

Remote  control  operation,  provision  limiting 
operation    to    stations    with    transmitter  . 
power    output    of    10    kilowatts    or    less 

deleted - --     2535 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments 3438. 4893 

Technical  standards.  FM: 

Frequency  monitors,  requirements  for  type 
approval  of: 

*     General  requirements ^    1464 

General  specifications;  sending  Commission 
representative  to  observe  tests,  deletion 

of  statement  respecting 1464 

Modulation  monitor,  requirements  for  type 
approval  of: 

Permissible  as  part  of  frequency  monitor 1464 

Procedure  for  submittal  of  monitor  for  type 

approval  and  basis  for  approval 1464 

Specifications;   sending  Commission  repre- 
sentative to  observe  tests,  deletion  of 

statement  respecting 1464 

Type  acceptance  of  transmitters,  measurement 
of  occupied  bandwidths,  spurious  emissions, 
suppression  of,  proposed  revision  of  re- 
quirements respecting 1903 

International     broadcast     stations;     CONELRAD 

plan  for  station  <H?eration,  Continental  United 

States,  in  event  of  air  attack;  scope,  alerting, 

operation  during  alert,  identificatioji,  tests,  etc.     1271 

Operators,    commerciaL    See    Commercial    radio 

operators. 
Pi-ogram  log  analyses,  composite  week  dates  for 
preparation  of.  in  connection  with  renewal  ap- 
plications of  certain  AM,  FM.  and  TV  broad- 
cast stations 7557 

Remote  control  station  operation  extended  to  cer- 
tain stations  with  power  in  excess  of  10  kilo- 
watts, proposed  rule  making 2534 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments 3438, 4893, 6495 

Future  remote  control  authorizations  to  be  con- 
ditioned  on   installation   of   equipment   for 

satisfactory  CONELRAD  operation 2536 

Standard  broadcast  stations: 
CONELRAD.    See  CONELRAD,  above. 
Equipment : 
Frequency    monitors,    requirements    for    ap- 
proval of;  general  requirements  and  ap- 
proval      1464 

Modulation    monitors,   requirements   for   ap- 
proval of : 
Permissible  as  part  of  frequency  monitor.-     1464 
Procedure  for  sutoiittal  of  monitor  for  type 

approval  and  basis  for  approval 1464 

Transmitters : 

Design,  construction,  and  safety  of  life  re- 
quirements; spare  tube,  editorial  cor- 
rection     2659 

Station  equipment  operation,  emissions ;  edi- 
torial correction 4050 

Type   acceptance  requirements  for  certain 

transmitters;  proposed  revision 1903 

Operation  and  operating  requirements: 

Mechanical  reproductions 7772 

Operator  requirements;  editorial  change 3901 

Period  of  construction;  editorial  change 3901 

Station   identification;    waiver   of    provisions 
respecting,  in  case  of  special  New  Year's 

programs 10406 

Program  log  analyses,  composite  week  dates  for 
preparation  of.  in  connection  with  renewal 
applications  of  certain  AM  broadcast  sta- 

Uons 7557 

Tax  relief  certificates;  new  policy  of  Commis- 
sion respecting  issuance  of  to  radio  broad- 
cast licensees - 7831 

Technical  operation: 
Auxiliary  transmitter,  maintenance  and  test- 
ing of.  for  use  in  CONELRAD  operation. 

tests,  etc 7773 

80000—67 11 


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FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con. 

Radio  broadcast  services — Continued 
Standard  broadcast  stations — Continued  . 
Technical  operation — Continued 

Remote  control  operation,  proposed  rule  mak- 
ing: 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments 3438, 

4893,  6495 
Nondirectional  stations  operating  with  power 
in  excess  of  10  kilowatts,  conditions  of 

remote  control  operation  of 2535 

Stations  operating  with  directional  antenna 
or  with  ix)wer  in  excess  of  10  kilowatts; 
remote  control  operation  permitted  sub- 
ject tp  special  provisions  for  (X)NELRAD 

*  operation 2535 

Type  acceptance  of  transmitters,  measurement 
of  occupied  bandwidths,  spurious  emis- 
sions, suppression  of;  proposed  revision  of 

requirements  respecting 1903 

Technical  standards,  standard  broadcast: 

Groundwave  field  intensity  charts,  editorial 

corrections 2659, 2947 

Location  of  transmitters;  Figure  M3,  refer- 
ence   2659 

Tax  relief  certificates;  new  policy  of  Commission 
respecting  issuance  of  to  radio  broadcast  li- 
censees     7831 

Television  broadcast  stations; 
Allocation 'system;  revision: 

Extensions  of  time  to  file  comments 36.  501,8669 

FCC  inquiry  into  feasibility  of  transferring 
television  broadcasting  to  UHF  band;  re- 
quests for  submittal  of  comments  and  data   4961. 

7743 
General  rule  making  proceedings  to  determine 
basic  lines  for  consideration  of  revision  of    - 
existing  television  allocation  plan;  report, 

and  termination  of  proceedings 4958 

Interim  action 4962 

Implementation  of  interim  revisions  of  table 

of  assignments 4962 

Offset  carrier  designations  for  proposed 
changes  In  channel  assignments  in  various 

States -     6839 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments  in  pro- 
posed rule  making 8668,  8821, 10256 

Station  coverage  data: 
Coverage  data  requested  in  connection  with 
consideration  of  certain  issues  in  pro- 
ceedings, report  on,  and  request  for 
submittal  of  additional  coverage  esti- 
mates.  - 8668 

Proposed  methods  of  computation  of;  re- 
quest for  submittal  of  comments  re- 
specting      6840^ 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments 7026 

Tables  for  determining  Grade  B  service  con- 
tours of  television  stations  in  case  of  noise 

and  co-channel  interference 4964 

Withdrawal  frwn  rule  making  proceedings: 

Appendix  A 8668 

Petitions  respecting  consideration  of  tele- 
vision allocation  problem  under  broad 
rule  making  proceedings,  deintermixture 
of  some  communities,  reduction  of  VHF 
separations,  and  channel  assignments 
made  on  basis  of  individual  applications  8668 
Antenna     height     requirements.       See     under 

Channel  utilization.        < 
Antenna    system,    location.    See   TV    technical 

standards. 
Auxiliary  television  broadcast  stations.    See  Ex- 
perimental, auxiliary,  and  special  broadcast 
services.  a^ot>€. 
Channel  utilization:  -      < 

Assignment  plan;  revision.  See  Allocation 
system,  above. 

Assignments,  table  of-_^ 10503 

Addition  of  listed  localities  to  table ;  hearings, 
orders,  etc..  respecting: 

California,  Bishop;  Channel  No.  19 5451  , 

Guam.  Agana;  Channels  No.  8,  10 1596 

Illinois,  Rock  Island;  Channel  No.  8.  pro- 
posed     4969.  6839, 6840,  7026 


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FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION^Con. 
Radio  broadcast  services — Continued 
Television  broadcast  stations — Continued 
Channel  utilization — Continued 
Assignments,  table  of — Continued 

Addition  of  listed  localities  to  table;  hearings, 
orders,  etc.,  respecting — Continued 
Massachusetts,  Nashaquitsa;  Channel  No. 

6 

Nebraska;  proposed: 

Ainsworth:  ^  _^ 

Channel  No.  3 7579 

Channels  Nos.  3,  7.  and  16 8821 

Hay  Springs;  Channel  No.  8 7579 

-         New  Mexico,  Nadine;  Channel  No.  9__  5653,6356 
Denial  of  petition  respecting  assignment 

of 8541 

New  York.  Clymer;  Channel  No.  37 7946 

Oregon.  Coos  Bay;  Channel  No.  11,  pro- 
posed       5700 

Pennsylvania;  Shinglehouse;  Channel  No. 

26 7946 

Puerto  Rico.  Aguadilla;  Channel  No.  23. 

proposed 8543 

South  Carolina.  Sandy  Run;  Channel  No. 

5.    proposed 5658.6839.6840,7026 

South  Dakota,  Reliance;  Channel  No.  6___   5451. 

7578 
Tennessee.  St.  Joseph;   Channel  No.   11, 

proposed 5450 

Washington : 

Clarjtston;  Channels  Nos.  34  and  40—  375,  5234 

Moses  Lake;  Channel  No.  61 -    5650 

Vancouver,  Channel  No.  2,  proposed 9582 

Changes,    deletions,    etc.,    affecting    channel 
assignments  in  listed  States ;  hearings, 
orders,  etc.,  respecting: 
See  also  Addition  of  listed  localities  to 
table. 

Alabama;    proposed 4970, 

6839.  6840,  7026,  8195.  8668,  8821,  10256 
Denial  of  petition  of  Loyola  University.  _     9329 

California   10406 

Proposed  changes 4973,  5449, 

5654, 5700,  6839,  6840,  7026,  8668,  8821,  10256 

Colorado 5232 

Connecticut;  proposed 4969, 

6839,  6840,  7026,  8668,  8821,  10256 

Florida;  proposed 4972, 

6839,  6840,  7026,  8668,  8821,  10256 

Georgia - —    9906 

Proposed  change 7740 

Idaho 7947 

Proposed  change 5653 

Illinois;  proposed 4968, 

4969,  5657,  5700,  5848,  6839,  6840,  7026,  7959, 
8195,  8668,  8821,  9071,  10256 

Indiana 3699.  5647.  7718. 

8196.  8668,  8821,  9058,  9995.  10256.  10502 

Proposed  changes 4972.  5238.  5654, 

5700, 6839, 6840,  7026,  7741, 8668,  8821,  10256 

Iowa 5655 

Proposed  changes 4969, 

6839,  6840,  7026,  8668,  8821,  10256 

Kentucky - 5700,  8196.  10502 

Louisiana 8539,  9906 

Denial  of  petition  of  Loyola  University.-     9329 

Proposed  changes ^ 4970,  5653,  6839. 

6840.  7026,  8147,  8195,  8668,  8821.  10256 

Jilaryland 7946 

Massachusetts 7945 

Deletion  of  Nashaquitsa  from  table 7945 

Proposed  changes. __  4969,  6839.  6840,  7026,  7578 

Springfield-Holyoke 361 

Michigan 4050,  5233 

.    Minnesota;  proposed _- 4971, 

6839,  6840,  7026,  8668,  8821,  10256 

Mississippi 5233 

Missouri 10502 

Proposed  changes 4968,  5700,  5848, 

6839,  6840,  7026,  7959,  8668,  8821,  10256 

Montana 7719,  7947 

Proposed 5451,  5653,  5701,  6395,  8542 

Nebraska  __ 5450,  7718 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.     P»8« 
.    Radio  broadcast  services — Continued  , 

Television  broadcast  stations — Continued 
Channel  utilization — Continued 
Assigmnents,  table  of — Continued 

Changes,   deletions,   etc..   affecting   channel 
assignments  in  listed  States;   hearings, 
orders,  etc.,  respecting — Continued 
New  Mexico: 

Hobbs - -    8541 

Proposed  change 5236 

New  York - 7739,  9904 

Proposed 4973. 

6839,  6840,  7026,  8668,  8821,  10256 
Albtmy-Schenectady-Troy     and     Vail 

Mills. _  4970,  6839,  6840,  7026.  8668.  10256 

North  Carolina;  proposed 4969, 

6839,  6840,  7026,  8668.  8821,  10256 

Ohio 371,  5236,  8190 

Oklahoma ^  5237,  7717 

Oregon 10406 

Pennsylvania 371,  5236,  5656,  7946,  8190 

Proposed  change 8542 

Puerto  Rico 1390 

Proposed   change 8543 

Rhode  Island;  proposed _- 4969. 

6839.  6840,  7026,  8668,  8821.  10256 

South  Carolina :  proposed 4971. 

5658,  6839,  6840.  7026,  8668.  8821, 10256 

South    Dakota 5451,7578 

Tennessee 4050,  9905. 10502 

Proposed   changes 5450,  5700,  6495,  7740 

Texas... _ 5646,  5778,  8539 

Lubbock - -   5450,  8303 

Monahans 6356,8543 

Proposed    changes 5653, 10413 

Various  States;  offset  carrier  designations 
for  proposed  changes  in  channel  as- 
signments in  various  localities 6839. 

8668,  8821,  10256 

Vermont... -       361 

Virginia;   proposed ^"-   4969. 

6839,  6840,  7026,  8668,  8821.  10256 

Washington:    proposed  ch«mge 9582 

West   Virginia —  371,  8190 

Weston - 10404 

Wisconsin;  proposed.." 4971, 

6839.  6840.  7026,  8195,  8668,  8821.  9070.  10256 
Interim  revisions  of  table  of   assignments, 

implementation  of 4962 

Republication  of  table  of  assignments 10503 

Availability  of  channels;  applications  not  com- 
plying with  requirements,  acceptance  of, 

under  certain  specific  conditions 8286 

Main  studio  location;  service  and  identifica- 
tion with  more  than  one  principal  com- 
munity, proposed  rule  making 1904 

Po\fer    and     antenna    height    requirements; 
maximum  power: 
Table:  37  dbk  (5000  kw)  substituted  for  30 

dbk    (1000  kw) 4964 

Zone  I.  antenna  heights  to  be  used;  applica- 
bility of  limitation  provision: 
Inclusion   of   note   respecting   in   revised 

regulations 1900 

Petition  of  UHP  Industry  Coordinating 
Committee  respecting  postponement  or 

rescission  of  amendment  denied '     610 

Termination  of  proceedings  concerning 
proposed  amendment  of  rules  govern- 
ing   maximum  antenna  heights   and 

powers   in 4964 

Reference  points  and  distance  computations; 
determination  of  assignment  separations 
,  between  communities  where  distance  be- 

tween   reference   points   does    not   meet 
minimum  separation  requirements..  3699,5648 
Color  television: 

Bracket  standards  (variable  line  and  frame 
scanning  frequencies ) ;  termination  of  rule 

making  proceedings  respecting 1275 

Transmissions,  technical  standards;  radio  fre- 
quency signal   requirements 1271 

CONELRAD.    See  CONELRAD.  above. 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  195^ 


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FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.    p^* 

Radio  broadcast  services — Continued 
Television  broadcast  stations — Continued 

Emissions,  spurious,  suppression  of,  measure- 
ment of  occupied  bandwidths,  type  accept- 
ance of  transmitters,  proposed  revision  of 

requirements  respecting 1903 

Engineering  charts: 
Figures  3  and  4;  maximum  power  versus  an- 
tenna height.  Zones  I,  II,  and  in 4965 

Figure  10,  Channels  7-13;  correction 871 

Main  studios  in  more  than  one  location,  and 
service  and  identification  with  more  than 
one    principal    ccwnmunlty,    proposed    rule 

making - —     1904 

Monitoring  equipment: 
Aural  modulation  monitors,  requirements  for 
type  approval  of;   quasi-peak  indicators, 

eligibility  of  certain  meters 1465 

Frequency  monitors,  requirements  for  type  ap- 
proval of :  „„^, 

Accuracy.  VHP  and  UHP  operation 3901 

Specification  for  monitors  of  accuracy  better 

than  500  cycles  for  certain  periods 1465 

Operating  requirements,  general: 

Mechanical  reproductions 7773 

Station  identification,  waiver  of  provisions  re- 
specting, in  case  of  special  New  Year's  pro- 
grams  10406 

Program  log  analyses  in  connection  with  renewal 
applications  of  certain  TV  broadcast  stations, 

composite  week  dates  for  preparation  of 7557 

TV  technical  standards: 
Field  intensity  contours,  deletion  of  certain 

limitation  provision 3901 

Standard   test  signals,   proposed   adoption  of     - 
temporary  authorization   for   conduct   of 

test  transmissions 7947 

Transmitter  location  and  antenna  system;  pro- 
posed fixed  mileage  limitation  on  sites  for, 
denial  of  petition  respecting  and  termina- 
tion of  proceedings 6279 

Transmitters  and  associated  equipment: 
Standard  test  signals,  temporary  authori- 
zation: proposed 7947 

Type  acceptance  of  transmitters,  measure- 
ment of  occupied  band-widths,  suppres- 
sion of  spurious  emissions,  proposed  re- 
vision of  requirements  respecting 1903 

Visual  transmitter,  radio  frequency  signal, 

radiated 1271 

Tables: 

For  determining  Grade  B  service  contours  of 
television  stations  in  presence  of  noise  and 

co-channel  interfefrence  (Tables  I-IV) 4964 

For   distance  computation;    editorial   change 

(Table  IH) 2659 

Tax  relief  certificates;  new  policy  of  Commission 

respecting  issuance  of  to  broadcast  licensees.    7831 
Test  transmissions,  conduct  of,  under  experi- 
mental authorization  for  purpose  of  estab- 
lishment of  standard  test  signal 7947 

Transmitters,  location,  etc.     See  TV  technical 

standards. 
UHP  stations: 
FCC  inquiry  into  feasibility  of  transferring  tele- 
vision broadcasting  to  UHP  band,  requests 
for  submittal  of  comments  and  data..  4961,  7743 
Limitation  on  extensions  of  time  for  construc- 
tion of  UHP  television  stations 5737 

Type  acceptance  of  transmitters,  measurement  of 
occupied  bandwidths,  suppression  of  spurious 
emissions,  proposed  revision  of  requirements 

respecting 1903 

Radiolocation  service.     See  Industrial  radio  services. 
Radionavigatlon    stations,    aircraft.      See    Aviation 

services. 
Radiotelegraphy,  use  of: 
By  amateur  operators  and  stations.    See  Amateur 

radio  service. 
In  Alaska.    See  Alaska. 

Maritime  services.    See  Maritime  radio  services. 
Radiotelephony.  use  of.    See  Alaska;  and  specific 

services. 
Railroad    radio   service.    See   Land    transportation 
radio  services. 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.     Pag* 
Records,   non-Federal;   retention  requirements.   Se« 

main  heading  Records. 
Relay  press  radio  service.    See  Industrial  radio  serv- 
ices. 
Remote  control  operation  of  certain  stations: 

Broadcast  stations.     See  Radio  broadcast  services. 

Mobile  television  pickup  stations 4757 

Translator  television  broadcast  stations 432,  3685 

Remote  pickup  broadcast  stations.  See  Experi- 
mental, auxiliary,  and  special  broadcast  services. 
Report  forms,  annual,  filed  by  communications  car- 
riers. See  Telephone  and  telegraph  companies. 
Rescue  and  search  operations  involving  lost  aircraft; 
frequency  12i.5  mc  available  to  stations  in  fire, 
forestry-conservation,  highway  maintenance,  and 
police    radio   services   for   communication    with 

aviation  services  in  case  of,  proposed 5295, 6577 

Restricted  radiation  devices.    See  Radiation  devices. 
Rural  radio  service.    See  Domestic  public  radio  serv- 
ices. 
Safety  radio  regulations  for  vessels.    See  Maritime 

%»ohjq  services. 
Safety  radio  services,  public.    See  Public  safety  radio 

services. 
Safety  and  Special  Radio  Services  Bureau: 

'  Inquiry  resp>ecting  revision  of  forms  in  u-se 3035 

Organization  of  Bureau  and  delegations  of   au- 
thority.   See  Organization,  above. 
Shipboard  radio  stations: 
List  of  licensed  United  States  ship  radio  stations. 
proposed  publication  of;  request  for  comments 
respecting  necessary  data  and  requirements —     7305 
Regulations  respecting.    See  Alaska;  and  Maritime 
radio  services. 
Special  broadcast  services.    Sec  Experimental,  auxili- 
ary, and  special  broadcast  services. 
Special  emergency  radio  services.    See  Public  safety 

•     radio  services. 
Special  Industrial  radio  service.    See  Industrial  radio 

se  F  vi  ces 
standard  broadcast  stations.    See  Radio  broadcast 

services. 
Tax  relief  certificates;  new  policy  of  Commission  re- 
specting issuance  of,  to  radio  broadcast  licensees. _ 
Telecommunications  Advisory  Board,  representation 

on 

Telegraph  communications.  United  States.    See  Tele- 
phone and  telegraph  companies. 
Telephone  and  telegraph  companies;  common  carrier 
regulations: 
Accounts,  uniform  system  of : 

Class  A  and  Class  B  telephone  companies 10125 

Amendments  prior  to  recapitulation  of  regula- 
tions: 
Appendix  A: 

Editorial  changes .-  8590,8820 

Interpretations  of  accounting  require- 
ments contained  In  this  system  of  ac- 
counts   (heading) 8820 

Telephone  accounting  bulletin  No.  1 ;  inter- 
pretation of  accounting  requirements, 

redesignatlon 8590 

Balance-sheet  accounts: 
Current  assets,  material  and  supplies :  costs, 
sales,  taxes,  etc.,  to  be  included   in 

account 5298.  7447 

Deferred  credits  and  reserves: 

Amortization  reserve;  editorial  changes.     8819 
Depreciation  reserve,  account  charges  at 

time  of  retirement 5298,7448 

Instructions;  surplus,  editorial  changes..    8819 
Investments: 

Editorial  changes. 8819 

Property  held  for  future  telephone  use: 

station  apparatus,  exclusion 5298,  7447 

Telephone  plant  under  construction: 
Account  to  include  original  cost...  5298, 7447 
Construction    costs    which    may    be 
charged    directly    to    appropriate 

plant  accounts,  note 4560 

Prepaid  accounts  and  deferred  charges.-    8819 
Clearing  accounts.  Instructions  for: 

Editorial  change . 8820 

Supply  expense 5300, 7451 


7831 
2682 


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ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


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FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con. 

Telephone  and  telegraph  companies;  common  carrier 
regulations — Continued 
Accounts,  uniform  ^stem  of — Continued 
Class  A  and  Class  B  telephone  companies — Con. 
Amendments  prior  to  recapitulation  of  regula- 
tions— Continued 
Contributions  to  organizations  engaged   In 
civic  or  welfare  work,  and  membership 
lees  and  dues  in.  proposed  revision  of 
accounting      requirements     respecting; 
termination  of  rule  making  proceedings-     2289 
Cross  references  to  definitions :  deletions  from 

provisions  with  certain  exceptions 8820 

Depreciation  accounting,  instructions  for; 
computation  of  depreciation  rates, 
classes       of       depreciable       telephone 

plant --  5298.  7447 

Explanation  of  numbering  system  of  part 

regulations 8820 

General  instructions: 

Definitions:  .  ,  ... 

Cross  references  to  definitions;  deletion 
from  provisions  with  certain  excep- 


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tions- 


8820 


Minor  items,  salvage  value 5237,7447 

Editorial  changes: 
Classification  of  companies ^ 88i» 

Records -— T^l 

Submission  of  questions *»«!» 

Income  accounts: 

Disposition  of  net  income,  miscellaneous 

reservations,  editorial  change 8819 

Telephone    operating    income:    operating 

taxes;  sales  and  use  taxejs,  note—  5300.  7451 
Operating  expense  accounts:    :? 

Center  heading,  designation oo-io 

Depreciation  and  amortization  expenses; 

editorial  changes 8820 

Instructions: 

Cost  of  repairs 5300.  74ai 

Editorial  changes 8819 

Operating  expense  accounts  to  be  main- 
tained;   table 8820 

Maintenance  expenses: 

Repairs  of  station  equipment 5300,7451 

Station  removals  and  changes;   rescis- 
sion  5300,  7451 

Test  desk  work , 5300,7451 

Other    operating    expenses;    editorial 

change 8820 

Traffic    expenses;    public    telephone    ex- 
penses  - —  5300.  7451 

Operating  revenue  accounts: 

Center  heading  designation 8819 

Instructions 5300,  7451 

Operating  revenue  accounts  to  be  main- 
tained, table ^  8819 

Retirement  unit§ .—  5300,7451 

Telephone  plant  accounts: 

Aerial  cable;  note.— ^^°°' Z!=2 

Aerial  wire;  note ^^°X' !:!S 

Booths  and  special  fittings,  rescission.  5300.  7450 

Drop  and  block  wires;  rescission 5299,7450 

Furniture    and    office    equipment;    refer- 
ences  5300,  7450 

Instructions: 

Continuing    property    record;    editorial 

changes 8819 

Cost  of  construction;   interest  charges, 

editorial  changes 5298.7448.8819 

Purpose  of  telephone  plant  accounts.. _    5298. 

7448.  8819 

Telephone  plant  retired 5298.7448 

Crediting  of  original  cost  of  retired 

property,  treatment  of 4561 

Private  branch  exchanges,  large 5299.7450 

Station  apparatus 5298.  7449,  8819 

Station  connections 5299.7450 

Station  Installations ;  revision  and  redesig- 

tion         —  5299.7450 

Underground  cable 5300.7450.8819 

Underground  conduit;  note 5300,7450 

Annual  report  forms;  amendment  of  certain 

schedules  of  Form  M 7958,  9993 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con. 

Telephone  and  telegraph  companies;  common  car- 
rier regulations — Continued 
Accounts,  uniform  system  of — Continued 

Class  A  and  Class  B  telephone  companies — Con. 
Recapitulation  of  regulations,  governing  ac- 
counting systems  of  Class  A  and  Class  B 
telephone   companies,    as   of   January   2, 

1957 ---  ^°^^^ 

Class  C  telephone  companies;  Appendix  A,  tele- 
phone accounting  bulletin  No.  1.  interpreta- 
tions of  accounting  requirements,  editorial 

changes -—    8591 

Report  forms,  amendment  of  schedules.    See  An-  . 
nual  report  forms,  below. 
Annual  report  forms :  amendment  of  certain  sched- 
ules In  listed  forms: 
Form  M;  Class  A  and  Class  B  telephone  com- 
panies   7958,  9993 

Form  O;  wire-telegraph  and  ocean-cable  car- 
riers   '958,  9994 

Form  R;  radiotelegraph  carriers 7958,  9994 

Consolidation,  acquisition,  or  control  of  telephone 
<*ompanles.  applications  relating  to;  contents 
of  applications,  required  data,  publication  and 

posting  of  notices,  procedure,  etc 6842,9947 

Construction  and  maintenance  activities  of  com- 
munications common  carriers;  use  of  frequen- 
cies In  power  radio  service  for 7348 

Interlocking  directorates,  applications  imder  sec- 
tion 212  of  the  act  to  hold;  revision,  proposed 

rule  making 10414 

Rates,  charges,  tariffs,  etc.,  investigations  and  hear- 
ings respecting:  ' 
Area  "C"  Pacific  Traffic  under  International 
Formula  and  certain  alleged  Illegal  practices 
of  Western  Union  Telegraph  Co.  regarding 
traffic  to  Par  Eastern  points,  hearing  con- 
tinued   9912 

Communication  between  New  York,  New  York, 
and  San  Juan.  Puerto  Rico,  application  of 
certain  companies  for  modification  of  li- 
cense to  delete  certain  conditional  provisions 

relating   to;    hearing 6865.6942.7256,8094 

Interstate  and  foreign  telegraph  services,  certain, 
of  Western  Union  Telegraph  Co.,  hearing- 
Multiple  and  private  line  services,  American  Tele- 
phone and  Telegraph  Co.,  and  domestic 
leased  facility  service.  Western  Union  Tele- 
graph Co.,  consolidated  proceedings,  hear- 
ing   - 

Orders  amending  issues 6961,8094 

Providing  tie-line  indications  without  charge, 
American  Cable  and  Radio  Corp.,  hear- 
ing  4978, 4979.  5467 

Uniform   system   of  accounts.     See  Accounts. 
United  States  Government  foreign   and  overseas 
telegraph  communications;  extension  of  term 

of  provisions  through  June  30.  1957 2144,3110 

Teleprinter  operation,  amateiu-  radio.     See  Amateur 

radio  service. 
Television  stations  and  services: 
Experimental    television    broadcast   stations.    See 
Experimental,  auxiliary,  and  special  broadcast 
services. 
Local    television    transmission    service.    See    Do- 
mestic public  radio  services. 
Television  broadcast  stations.  UHF  and  VHP.    See 

Radio  broadcast  services. 
Translator  television  broadcast  stations.    See  Ex- 
perimental,  auxiliary,   and  special  broadcast 
s6rvicGs> 
Traffic  conditions,  limited  r*dio  reporting  on.  from 
aircraft  and  ground  vehicles,  by  associations  of 

privute  automobile  owners 1273 

Translator  television  broadcast  stations.    See  Experi- 
mental, auxiliary,  and  special  broadcast  services. 
Tropospherlc  scatter  techniques,  use  of,  by  fixed  serv- 
ices; proposed  rule  making 3231,4968 

Vessels: 
Shipboard  radio  stations,  regulations  governing  op- 
eration, safety,  etc.    See  Alaska ;  and  Maritime 
radio  services. 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


/ 


85 


5660 


1614 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.     ?>?« 
Vessels — Continued 
United  States  passenger  vessels  imder  100  gross 
tons,  extension  of  exemption  from  certain  radio 
Installation  requirements  for  vessels  navigating 

In  Certain  specified  waters 3132 

Use  of  2638  kc  frequency  for  safety  and  operational 
coQununication  needs  at  pleasure  boats  on  in- 
terior waters—^ -     7775 

Virgin  Islands;  frequencies  available  and  use  of 197, 

272, 2142 
Welding  equipment  using  radio  frequency  energy. 
See  Industrial,  scientific,  and  medical  service. 

Hearings,  cease  and  desist  orders,  etc.: 

Albuquerque  Broadcasting  Co 207, 

409,  1051, 1907,  2115.  2292,  3067,  4234.  8709 
Alkek  Television  Co.  7500.  7582.  7835.  8154,  8549,  8837,  9198 

All  America  Cables  and  Radio,  Inc 4979, 

6865,  6942,  7256,  8094 

Alvarado  Broadcasting  Co.,  Inc 1051 

American       Broadcasting-Paramount       Theatres, 

Inc  .— - —  615,699,978 

American  Cable  and  Radio  Corp_. 4978, 4979,  5467 

American  Colonial  Broadcasting  Corp 1398 

American  Family  Broadcasting  Co 4053,4323.5383 

American  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Co 1614, 

6961, 7810,  9912,  9999 

Anna  Broadcasting  Co 407,  620, 2293 

Apple  VaUey.TV  Assn.,  Inc.. 1914,2457,2644 

Aroostook  Broadcasting  Corp 618,621 

Auburn-Vidette 'Mutual  Telephone  Co 4235 

Austin  Radlopage ^ 3296 

.    Babylon-Bay  Shore  Broadcasting  Corp 5243, 

5385, 5543,  7352 

Bartlett  and  Reed  Management 340,1406 

Bay  Radio.  Inc 8718.8780,9687,9959 

Beaumont  Broadcasting  Corp 5660,5946,  7656,7834 

Ben  Hill  Broadcasting  Corp 3730, 

3974, 5542.  5991,  7496,  8095 

Bentley.   John  Jack 6962.6980.7743,8153 

Bernard  and  Jobbins  Broadcasting  Co_—  1052, 1112,  3912 

Berrien-County,   Voice  of 3152 

Black  Hills  Broadcast  Co.  of  Rapid  City 1052, 

1112,1153,2017,3396 

Blackhills  Video  Co. -  340,1406 

Blackstone  Broadcasting  Co.. 2258,2294 

Booth  Radio  and  Television  Stations,  6ic 3729, 

3973, 4416. 7834 

Boring.  Harold  M 435, 1811, 3162,  5466,  6396 

Bosque  Radio 6868,  6979,  8246 

Boynt,  Theron 1705 

Brandt,  Paul  A 4419,  4690,  4895 

•Brewster-Pateros  TV  Association,  Inc.—  1913,2457,2644 

Bima  Telephone  Exchange 2732 

Butterfield.  W.  S.,  Threatres.  Inc..  8152.  8200,  8246.  8995 
C.  J.  Commimity  Services.  Inc  (cease  and  desist 

order) -    1401 

Cameron.  Dimcan 1278 

Capital  Broadcasting  Co 1399. 

1739.  2294.  2898.  3912.  6846.  8200 
Casper  Mountain  Television  Corp.  8377,  8516.  9588. 10260 

Cerritos  Broadcasting  Co ,. 3031,3032 

Chesapeake  and  Potomac  Telephone  Co.,  of  Vir- 
ginia     2959, 3257 

Chesapeake  and  Potomac  Telephone  Co.,  of  West 

Virginia 1811 

Citizens  Broadcasting  Co ^_ 3911,3973,4532,5068 

Claremore  Broadcasting  Co 1 4420, 

4690.  5542,  7030, 7352,  7811, 9075 

Collier  Electric  Co 9912,9999 

Collins,   Joseph   Thomas 2704.3033.4324.7811.9300 

Colonial  Broadcasting  Co 507. 1400, 2419,  2704,  7009 

Columbia  Broadcasting  System,  Inc 2732, 

3296,8396,3849,4054 
Columbla-Mt.  Pleasant  and  Spring  Hill  Radio  Corp.      1 19, 

.  208,  874 

Commercial  Cable  Co 4979 

Community  Broadcasting  Service,  Inc-__  7778,  7810.  7963 
Community  Services,  Inc.,  C.  J.  (cease  and  desist 

order) 1401 

Conant  Broadcasting  Co.,  Inc__  3034, -3070, 3912, 5144. 7305 

Confederate  Radio  Co 505. 4771, 4978,  5663 

Coos  County  Broadcaster 1549, 2156, 2541, 3163 

Courier-Times,    Inc 506, 620, 4323 

■  Covington,  K  D.,  Jr 6962 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.    p<^« 
Hearings,  cease  and  desist  orders,  etc. — Con. 

Cowan  Rural  Telephone  Co.,  Inc 1841 

Crawfordsville  Broadcasters,  Inc 5243, 

5384.  7352,  8376,  8377 

Curtis,  Dale  R —  3130.3256 

Day-Nite  -Radio    Message    Service    Corp.    Phila- 
delphia. Pa 3258.  3397.  5467.  7306 

Delsea  Broadcasters 123,  274 

Dowdy.  Charles  W —  9687.  9750 

EAO-TV  Co.,  Inc ^^ 1914,  2457,  2644 

EasFey,  Joe  Tom 4054,4419 

Blast  Arkansas  Broadcasters,  Inc 688, 

1549,  1739,  2456,  2796 

Eastern  Shore  Broadcasting  Co 4053, 4323,  5383 

El  Dorado  Broadcasting  Co 2574 

El  Mundo,  Inc 1278,  2349,  3130.  3943.  5383 

Ellinor.  M.  F 3259.  6849.  7306,  7467 

'     Elson  Television  Co 618,621 

Enterprise  Co 5660.5946,7656,7834 

Esch,  W.  Wright,  and  othersi 4773,  6846,  8835 

Estave,  H.  J - 1153 

Euchee  Valley  Broadcasting  Co 278,  614,  824,  978 

Evans,  Elizabeth,  and  W.  Courtney 560,  620 

Fait,  J.  B.,  Jr 5468,5992,6846 

Farwest  Fishermen,  Iric —  2541, 2644,  3163,  5466,  5991 

Florida  Keys  Broadcasting  Corp 8602 

Forest  City  Telephone  Co 5467 

Frame,  Loyd — ^ 276,687,1400 

Franklin  Broadcasting  Co 1152,2643, 

3162, 3635. 4416. 4417. 4418,  5539,  7556,  7742.  8153 

Franklin  County  Broadcasting  Co 407.688.876 

Gade.  Harold  M 1949,2456.3396 

Garden  of  the  Gods  Broadcasting  Co 3162. 

3635,  3973.  5068 

General-Times  Television  Corp 2732, 

3296,  3397,  3849,  4054 

Globe  Wireless,  Ltd 5662,  5992 

Golden.  B.  L . —  1811.1841.3151.3848 

Good  Music  Station.  Inc 7030.8514.9686.9750.10319 

Goodwill  Station.   Inc.__  1610.2116.8152,8200.8245,8995 

Gothberg.  George  A.,  Jr 2959 

Grand  Prairie  Broadcasting  Co 1053.1112,1153,2293 

Graysville  Telephone  Co 3637 

Great  South  Bay  Broadcasting  Co.,  Inc..  4053. 4323.  5383 

Great  Western  Radio  Co 6962.  6980.  7743.  8153 

Greenville  Broadcasting  Corp 2257, 2293,  3912.  7500 

Gross,  Julian,  and  others 2538, 

2573,  2643,  2796,  3729,  4031, 4771 

Guild  Films  Co.,  Inc -  7498,  7582 

Gulf  Isles  Broadcasting  Co 8982 

Hampden-Hampshire   Corp : 361 

Hathaway,  Donald  Lewis 8377, 8516, 9588, 10260 

Hazard  Broadcasting  Corp 877 

Heart  of  the  Black  Hills  Stations 1052, 

1112,1153,2017,3396 

Hecksher,  Robert 5466,5991,7305 

Henry  Ctounty  Broadcasting  Co 3296, 3397 

Hill.  Ben.  Broadcasting  Corp 3730, 

3974,  5542.  5991.  7496. 8095 

Hilltop  Broadcasting  Co 406.  620. 1456.  3162 

Holiday  Isles  Broadcasting  Co 3258. 3397.  5145. 9149 

Hughes,  Polly  B 3258.3397,5145,9149 

Hughes,  R.  E 1398,1456 

Huntington-Montauk  Broadcasting  Co.,  Inc 3913, 

3974, 4031, 4532,  9301,  9438 

Illinois  Bell  Telephone  Co 4031.  5467 

Imes.  Birney.  Jr 9959.9993 

Indian  City  Broadcasting  Co 6869. 

6962. 7306, 8201. 8780, 9750 
Inland   Telephone    and    Telegraph    Co.    (Middle- 
bourne,   West  Virginia) 1811 

Irwin  Community  Television  Co 8995.9389 

Jackson  Broadcasting  &  Television  Corp 7834 

Jefferson  Amusement  Co : 3031,3151,3162,3634 

Jefferson  County  Broadcasting  Co 10261, 10320 

Johnsonville  Broadcasting  Co 280,874 

KAKJ 4325,  4895,  5467,  5785,  9686     " 

KCMJ - •- 10434 

KDMS : 2574  _,=.i 

KEAR :—  8718,  8780,  9687,  9959 

KFMB 302,  614 

KFNF 1399. 1739,  2294,  2898,  3912,  6846 

KGVL 1398 

KHTV - 275.  507 

KICA,  Inc 121,  207.  507 


86 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con,    *"»«• 
Hearings,  cease  and  desist  orders,  etc. — Con. 
KITN         2541.  3234 

KLAS  '     -~  876,  1052.  2350.  10434 

KLPT  ~"  5468,  5992,  6621.  6722 

KNOE....  506.  547,  1397,  1547,  1913,  1949.  2643,  3086y#3.73 

KOAT  -  -       /  1051 

KOB     "I"207,'409ri05iri907.  2115.  2292.  3067.  4234.  8709 

KODY  5468,  5992.  6850.  7256 

KOOS  inc     1400,  1456,  2898.  3848.  5466 

KOTN'      506,  547,  U97,  1547 

KOU   _II --     1278 

KSLM 9980,  9998 

KSLM-TV 280,  408,  687,  1400, 1811 

KSTN Z 3131,  4689 

KTAR  Broadcasting  Co 5068,  5145,  5543 

KTBB       - 2258,  2294 

KTSA  5070,  6943 

KUIN  "      3257,  3397,  3730,  4325 

KVAR   '      — 5068,  5145.  5543 

KYNO 302.  614 

KWIC - 3130,  3256 

KXA,  Inc - 2293 

Key  City  Broadcasters—  3911.  3973,  4895,  5661,  5784.  7778 

3973.  4895,  5661,  5784, 7778 

Ken-Sell,  Inc 8602 

King.  Burwell  B 1704.  3836.  3912 

King.  Francis  B 1704,  3636,  3912 

Knorr  Broadcasting  Corp 2575, 

2644.  3729,  3973,  4324,  4416.  8200 

Laird.  Dorothy  J 1914.  2117,  3703 

Lake  Broedcasters 3152.  3849.  4895.  6943 

Las  Vegas  Broadcasters.  Inc 876, 1052,  2350, 10434 

Laurel  Television  Co.,  Inc 2575. 

2668.  2704.  3396.  4978,  6979,  7810,  8094,  8548 

Lawrenceville  Broadcasting  Co 875, 

1051,  1112, 1278.  1546.  5783 

Lebanon  Broadcasting  Co.,  and  others 121.  1052 

Lebanon  Television  Corp 121,  1052 

Letcher  Broadcasting  Corp 5849 

Lewis,  Richard  P.,  Jr.,  Inc.,  of  Mt.  Jackson,  Va 8714. 

8780. 10260 

Lincoln  County  Broadcasting  Co 3033.  3070.  3163 

Lipman.  Arnold  Joseph 435,  1811 

Livingston  Broadcasting  Co___  4419,  4690,  4895.  5662.  7010 

Long  Branch  Broadcasting  Co 1949.  2456 

Lyon,  Risden  Allen 8981 

M  &  M  Broadcasting  Co__- 7498,7582 

Mackay  Radio  and  Telegraph  Co.  (Inc.) 4979. 

6865. 6942,  7256.  8094 

Magic  Valley  Television  Corp 275,  507 

Martin,  Don  H 506.620.4323 

Mathis.  Bill_ _ 3911,  3973,  4895.  5661,  5784 

Matta   Enterprises 8994,9389 

McConnell.  Duane  P -  3033.3070,5243,6962 

McLendon  Investment  Corp 5070.  6943 

Mensel.  Robert  A 3034,  3070,  3912.  5145.  7305 

Michigan  Bell  Telephone 1400,3944 

Michigan  State  Board  of  Agriculture 7834 

Mid-America  Broadcasters.  Inc 8718.8780,9687,9959 

Middlesex  Broadcasting  Corp 3913,3974,4031.4532 

•Midland  Empire  Broadcasting  Co 618,  1398 

Midwest  Radio-Television.  Inc 4053 

Midwestern  Broadcasting  Co— —  824, 1612,  2667 

Miller,  James  W , 5753. 

6979,  7030.  7306.  7743,  8246,  8981.  9731.  10260 

Mississippi  Broadcasting  Co 2575,2668,2704, 

3396.   4978.  6979,  7810,  8094,  8548,   9959.   9998 

Mitchell  (O.  R.")  Motors 5070.6943 

Mobile  Communications.  Louisville.  Ky 9687.  9750 

Monmouth  County  Broadcasters 1949.2456,3396 

Morgan  Co 7963 

Morrison  Cab  Co 10319 

Mt.  Sterling  Broadcasting  Co —  3258,3397 

Moxley,  Warren  L.__  688,  1549,  1739,  2456,  2796,  6868.  6979 

Munising-Alger  Broadcasting  Co 406.  620.  2155 

Murphy.  Hoyt  C - 506.  620 

Musser  Broadcasting  Co •607, 1400.  2419,  2703.  7009 

National  Broadcasting  Co.,  Inc 614,2538, 

2573. 2643. 2796, 3729, 4031. 4771 

Nevada  Telecasting  Corp. 4325. 4895,  5467,  5785.  968Q 

New  Britain  Broadcasting  Co 2538.  2573, 

2643. 2796. 3729,  4031.  4771 

New  England  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Co 406, 687 

New  York  Municipal  Broadcasting  System 4053 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.    ^ag* 

Hearings,  cease  and  desist  orders,  etc.— Con. 

News  on  the  Air.  Inc 2257,  2294.  3151.  3848.  4419,  4895 

News  Publishing  Co 3068,  3234.  3439,  4031.  8712 

Niagara  Broadcasting  System 207 

Niesen.  Howard  C 6963, 6980 

Noe.  James  A 506. 

547.    1397.    1547.    1913,    1949,   2643,    3086.    8373 

North  Central  Broadcasting  Co — -  406.  620.  2155 

Oakham  and  Coldbrook  Springs  Telephone  Co__  406.687 

Ohio  Bell  Telephone  Co 1400,3637,3944 

Ohio  Valley  Broadcasting  Corp r 280. 

3068, 3234. 3439.  4031,  8712 

Ole  Miss  Broadcasting  Co 1739,  2456.  2796 

Ole  Mississippi  Broadcasting  Co 688. 1548 

Oregon  Radio.  Inc-__-  280.  408.  687,  1400. 1811, 9960,  9998 

Orlando  Radio  &  Television  Broadcasting  Corp 8378, 

8516  8981  9912 
Osage  Broadcasting  Co..  1398, 1456,  2350,  2667!  3974,'  5540 

.    Pace.  J.  M 4419.4690.5145.5662,9959 

Pacific  Telephone  ti  Telegraph  Co 1278 

Pacific  Television,  Inc 1400,1456,2898,3848,5466 

Packham,  C.  H 10261, 10320 

Palm  Springs  Broadcasting  Corp 10434 

Palomar  Broadcasting   Co 3031,3032 

Parker  County  Broadcasting  Co 1053. 1112. 1153,2293 

Parrish,  B.  J 506. 

547.    1397.    1547.   1912,   1949.   2643.   3086,   8373 

Pa3rson  Farmers  Telephone  Co 1^ 4031 

Perry  County  Broadcasting  Co 877, 

1810.  3234. 5539. 8373.  8516.  9588 

Petty.  Firm  C^ 2156,2704 

Pickard.  Thomas  D 9687.9750 

Pittsburgh  Radio  Supply  House,  Inc — -    1609, 

1683, 2115. 2573. 5783, 5946 

Plainview   Radios 7812,  7963,  8780,  9302 

Polk  Radio.  Inc 3033,  3070,  5243,  6962 

Pomeroy.  W.  A , 8200 

Ponce  de  Leon  Broadcasting  Co.,  Inc.,  of  Puerto 

Rico 1278,  2349, 

3130,   3943.  5383,  5384,   6849.  6960.   7834,   8153 

Port   Arthur   College 3031.3151.3162.3634 

Porter.  Winslow  Turner—  3913.  3974.  4031.4532.  9301.  9438 

Prairie  Broadcasting  Co 7496.7583.7835.8154,9438 

Princess  Anne  Broadcasting  Corp--  3913.3974,4031.4532 

Puerto  Rico,  Department  of  Education  of 5384, 

6849, 6960.  7834,  8153 

Puget  Sound  Broadcasting  Co..  Inc 2293 

Pumell,  William 1153 

Queen  City  Broadcasting  Co —     2293 

RCA  Communications.  Inc_._  2254.2293,2703.4235,9912 
RKO  Teleradio  Pictures.  Inc_  7030,  8514.  9686.  9750.  10319 
Radio  Center.  Inc.,  Arlington.  Texas_  1053. 1112. 1153.  2293 

Radio  Columbia 507^  1400. 2419, 2704, 7009 

Radio  Columbus,  Inc 606, 

547.   1397.   1547,   1913.    1949,    2643.  3086.  8373 

*  Radio  Dispatch.  Inc 7583,8714,8981 

Radio  Hanover,  Inc 3730 

Radio  HuntsvlUe,  Inc 5468,  5992.  6846 

Radio  KYNO 302,614 

Radio  Mount  Kisco,  Inc.  5754,  5992,  6962,  6979.  7161,  7657 

Radio  Newark.  Inc 6869.  6979.  7657,  7743.  8153.  8377 

Radio  Orlando— 8378,8516.8981.9912 

Radio  Pine  Bluff 7161,7257,8377.8780.9198 

Radio  Starke 42.  208.  548 

Radio  Station  KODY 5468,5992.6850.7256 

Radio  Wayne  Cpunty,  Inc , 6869, 

6979,  7657, 7743, 8153,  8377 

Radiomarine  Corp  of  America 1278 

Radiosignal   Service 7583,  8714.  8981 

Raymac.  Inc ; 42.208.548 

Redland  Broadcasting  Co 4419.  5145.  5662 

Reilly,  Lawrence  A 2258.2294,8304 

Ripley,  Joleph  M 42.  208.  548,  5466,  5991,  7305 

Rochester  Broadcasting  Co__-  1549.1278,2574,7780.8779 

Rollins  Broadcasting  of  Delaware.  Inc.—  1152.2643.3162, 

3635.  4416.  4417,  4418.  5539.  7556.  7742,  8153 

Salem  Broadcasting  Co 274,3911.3973.4532.5068 

San  Joaquin  Broadcasting  Co j.-  3131.  4689 

Sarasota  Broadcasting  Co 2457,2575.3151.3234 

Savannah  Broadcasting  Co 119,208.874 

Schafitz.  Sanford  A 207. 1468, 1738..3069 

Seaco.   Inc 1551.7835,8377,8780.9959.10260,10435 

Sepia  Broadcasting  Co 7161,  7257,  8377,  8780,  9198 

Smith  Radio  Co , 3031,3151,3162,3634 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


87 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.    Pa«« 
Hearings,  cease  and  desist  orders,  etct — Con. 

smith,  W.  A 1398, 1456 

South  Dade  Broadcasting  Co._  4419, 4690,  5145,  5662.  9959 

South  Gate  Development  Co.,  Inc 6963, 6980 

South  Georgia  Broadcasting  Co 3730. 

3974. 5542,  5991,  7496,  8095 

Southeastern  Broadcasting  System 506. 

547,    1397,    1547,    1913,    1949,   2643,   3086,   8373 

Southern  Bell  Telephone  and  Telegraph  Co 3636 

Southern  Empire  Broadcasting  Co.,  Inc 506, 

547, 1397, 1547,  1912, 1949 

Southern  Indiana  Broadcasters,  Inc 875. 

1051,1112.1278.1546.5783 
Southern  Oregon  Broadcasting  Co..  3257,  3397,  3730. 4325 

Southern  Television  Corp 9959,9998 

Southwestern  Bell  Telephone  Co 2732.  3943, 4235 

Southwestern  States  Telephone  Co 3943 

Spates,  James  L 2258,  8304 

Star  of  the  Plains  Broadcasting  Co__  7812,  7963,  8780.  9302 

Stephenville  Broadcasting  Co 1398. 

1456,  2350,  2667.  3974.  5540 

Stem  Broadcasting  Co ^ 4053.  4323.  5383 

Stone.  Charles  W— —  688,  977,  3033 

Strafford  Telephone  Co 2732 

Straits  Broadcasting  Co 824,  1612,  2667 

Sucesion  Luis  Krallo-Castellanos 5384. 

6849, 6960, 7834. 8153 

Sudbury.  Jones  T— 6868. 6979 

Sunshine  Broadcasting.  Co .• 5070,  6943 

Sunshine  State  Broadcasting  Co..  Inc 8982 

Supreme  Broadcasting  Co.,  Inc .. 1278 

Taylor  Broadcasting  Co 3162,  3635,  3973.  5068 

Television  City.  Inc .-  8994.  9389 

Television  Corporation  of  Michigan,  Inc 7834 

Television  &  Radio  Broadcasting  Corp 3913, 

3974,  4031.  4532 

Telrad.  Inc 4773 

Thames  Broadcasting  Corp.,  The 2258.'2294,  8304 

Theriot.  Leo  Joseph 5468.  5992,  6621.  6722 

Therkildsen.  WilUam  J_ 7583, 8714, 8981 

Thibodeaux.  Ford  V 1153 

1360  Broadcasting  Co.,  Inc 4054,  4325.  4689 

Town  and  Country  Radio,  Inc .-  7811,  7963 

Tracy,  Kermit  F —  10261,  10320 

Tradewinds  Broadcasting  Co 5754. 

•    5992,  6868,  7778,  8153,  8246,  8714,  9302 

Trail  Run  Telephone  Co.,  The 3637 

Trebit  Corp 8152,  8200,  8245,  8995 

Triad  Television  Corp 7834 

Triangle  Publications,  Inc 121.1052 

Tri-State  BroWcasting  Service.  688.  1549.  1739.  2456.  2796 
Twin-City  Broadcasting  Co.,  Inc.  277,  620,  2116,  2293,  2574 

Twin-County  Telephone  Co 2959 

Union  Grove  Telephone  Co 5467 

Union  Telephone  Co 1841 

Universal  Broadcasting  Corp 506.  547,  1397.  1547 

Valencia,  Gus 1704 

Veterans  Broadcasting  Co.,  Inc 1396 

Victoria  Television  Co 7500, 

7582,  7835,  8154.  8549.  8837.  9198 

Video  Independent  Theatres,  Inc 121.  207,  507 

Voice  of  Berrien-County 3152.  3849.  4895,  6943 

Voice  of  Fresno 302.614 

Volusia  County  Broadcasting  Corp 10261, 10320 

WAHR 1398 

WBHB  3730,  3974,  5542,  5991,  7496,  8095 

WBUF-TV,  Inc 614 

WCAE,  Inc 8994,9389 

WCBQ 5754,  5992,  6868,  7778,  8153,  8246,  8714,  9302 

WCCC-TV 3396 

WCCO    4053 

WCHS-TV,  Inc 3069,  3070,  3849,  4689 

WCOA,  Inc 4773 

WCOC-TV    __  2575.2668.2704.4978.6979.7810.8094.8548 

WDAK 506,  547,  1397,  1547,  1913,  1949,  2643,  3086,  8378 

WDSP  — 278.614.824,978 

WDUX 1914,2117,3703 

WDVM     -     —  4053,4323,5383 

WEBB    4054,  4325,  4689 

WESH-TV    - 4773 

WPPA 2959 

WGLI,  Inc 4421,  4690.-5302.  5542.  8549.  8835.  9198 

WGMS-PM 7030.  8514.  9686.  9750.  10319 

WGSM -  3913.  3974.  4031.  4532.  9301.  9433 


FEDERAL  COMMUNICATIONS  COMMISSION— Con.    ^^^ 
Heorings,  cease  and  desist  orders,  etc. — Con. 

WGTH-TV 2732,  3296.  3397,  3849 

WHBC,  Inc 1396 

WHER  — —  688,  1549,  1739,  2456,  2796 

WHIL 3034,  3070,  3912,  5145,  7305 

WHVR   _ 3730 

WHYN-TV    ^ 361 

WnC    —  2573,5783,5946 

WJR,  Goodwill  Station,  Inc 1610. 

2116,  8152.  8200.8245,  8995 

WJRT    1610 

WKMF 2575.2644,4324 

WKNB-TV>_ 2538,  2573,  2643,  2796.  3729.  4031.  4771 

WKXY --—  2457,2575.3151 

WLBR-TV    121,  1052 

WLON    3033.3070.3163 

WMAM-TV 7498,  7582 

WMBV-TV   7582 

WMFJ   - 6846,  8835 

WMFJ,     Inc 6846,  8835 

WMOX 9959.  9998 

WNKY -     5849 

WNYC 4053 

WPD , 281, 1456 

WPOA 505,  4771,  4978.  5663 

WPLA 1398. 1456 

WFRE       7496,  7583.  7835.  8154.  9438 

WSIG."  — - 8714,  8780, 10260 

WSLM  506,620,4323 

WSTV,  "inc     - 3068,3234,3439,4031.8712 

WSUH       — 688.  1548.  1739.  2456,  2796 

WTAO     _       3913,3974,4031.4532 

yrrOK 9959.9998 

WTVH  " 406.  620. 1456,  3162 

WWBZ"II"III 7778,  7810,  7963 

WWCS 120.2574 

WWOW - 8373,  8514,  9588 

WWSW    Inc  V— — J— '  iVoV, Y6V3V2  5783.  5946 

WYES 407,688.876 

Walker.  William  D „  2116 

Walker.  William  E..  and  others 7498.  7582 

♦Warner  &  Tamble  Radio  Service,  Inc.  977, 2155, 2457, 2643 

Waxthachle  Radio 1053. 1112. 1153, 2293 

Wayne  Broadcasting  Co -  7162,  7305.  8246.  8514 

Wespen  Television.  Inc 8995.9389 

West  Georgia  Broadcasting  Co 120.  2574 

*   West  Shore  Broadcasting  Co..^ 5753,5992, 

6979.  7030.  7306.  7742.  8246.  8981.  9731.  10260 
Western  Ohio  Broadcasting  Co.,  Inc—  547, 1405,  2116, 2796 
Western  Union  Telegraph  Co 1614, 

2254.  2293.  2703,  4235.  5660,  6961,  7810,  9912 
Westport  Broadcasting  Co 5733, 

6979.  7030.  7306,  7742,  8246,  8981.  9731,   10260 

Whitman,  Donald  F 1914,  2541,  3234 

Williams.  Albert  John.. 3031.3032 

Willis  J  E         5243.  5384.  7352,  8376.  8377 

Windham  Broadcasting  Co.__  3034,  3070,  3913,  5145.  7305 

Wisconsin  Telephone  Co 1400,  3944,  5467 

Wood.   Clara   Lee 281,1456.3234 

Wrather-Alvarez  Broadcasting,  Inc ^    302 

614,2117.3131.3974 

XETV  (Mexico) - 615,  699,  978 

FEDERAL  CREDIT  UNIONS  BUREAU: 
Organization  "arid  operation  of  Federal  credit  imions; 

standard  form  of  bylaws 

FEDERAL  CROP  INSURANCE  CORPORATION: 
Barley  crop  insurance;    1956    and   succeeding   crop 

years 1004,  5164. 

Beans,  dry  edible,  crop  insurance;  1956  and  succeeding 

crop  years 

Citrus  fruit  crop  insurance;  1956  and  succeeding  crop 

years 

Corn  crop  insurance: 

1956  and  succeeding  crop  years — 

1957  and  succeeding  crop  years,  co-insurance 

Cotton  crop  insurance;    1956  and  succeeding  crop 

year:s 

Flax  crop  insurance;  1956  and  succeeding  crops  years- 
Multiple  crop  insurance.  1956  and  succeeding  crop 
years  (grains,  cotton,  tobacco,  etc.) : 

Application  for  insurance,  1957  cr<^  year 

Durum  wheat ^ 


5866 

7323 

7323 

1002 

7312 
8533 

7314 
7312 

8534 
9397 


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FEDERAL  CROP  INSURANCE  CORPORATION— Con. 

Multiple  crop  insurance,  1956  and  succeeding  crop 
years  (grains,  cotton,  tobacco,  etc.) — Continued 
Riders  for  various  areas.  1956  and  1957  crop  years: 

Arkansas;  Arkansas  County. —  ^^.' ^^oon  Vili 

Colorado,  certain  counties.. "cWav^  sRHR  7787 

Illinois,  certain  counties. ---- J2.  4473,  5888,  7787 

Indiana. .certain  counties 54, 4473.  5891,  7314.  7787 

Iowa,  certain  counties —  4473.  6858,  7787 

Kansas,  certain  counties.. 55,  5893,  77B/ 

Louisiana,  certain  parishes .o-smr  5?i4  7787 

Michigan,  certain  counties ^^•^°^  '  llnV  nnln 

Minnesota,  certain  counties. **'^'''°' 

Missouri.  ;*rtain  counties..... 59.  4473.  5897,  7314,7787 

Nebraska,  cerUbin  counties.. -61,  5900,  7787 

North  Dakota,  certain  counties 4473,  5883,  7787 

Ohio,  certain  counties ir^otf  llnl'  TlVl 

Oregon,  certain  counties.        Jr' ioS7' ???4' 7787 

Pennsylvania,  certain  counties ^^'^^^^•lllVlnon 

South  Dakota,  certain  counties 4473, //«< 

Tennessee:  Franklin  County..  68,  4473.  5885,  5909,  7787 

Utah?  certain  counties ^^'^^^^'llol 

Wisconsin;  Fond  du  Lac  County. ni^-lQ^'y  Vili 

Wyoming;  Platte  County ^ ^"' ^^^^' Ilnn 

Peach  crop  insurance;  contract  for  1957  crop  year 

Records,  non-Federal;  retention  requirements. 
main  heading  Records. 

Soybean  crop  insurance;  1956  and  succeeding  crop 
years -, ' 

Wheat  crop  insurance: 

1956  and  succeeding  crop  years '<»aj 

1957  and  succeeding  crop  years: 

Application  for  insurance,  and  policy —    5io4 

Durum  wheat 9397 

FEDERAL  DEPOSIT  INSURANCE  CORPORATION: 
Assessments:  amendment  of  certain  assessment  de- 

cisions  (interpretative  rulings). 3452,  J89» 

Defense  mobilization  responsibilities  for  preparedness 

measures  relating  to  banking  system 11^7 

Payment  of  deposits  and  interest  by  insured  nonmem- 
ber  banks:  ^  ^  ^.  ,      , 

Definitions:  savings  deposits,  restriction  on  classi- 

flcation  of  deposits  as,  proposed  rule  making—  10416 
Time  and  savings  deposits,  maximum  rates  of  in- 
terest   payable    on,    by    insured    nonmember 

banks 1275,  9693 

Records,  non-Federal ;  retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records. 
Report  of  condition  and  annual  report  of  income  and 
dividends  of  banks  not  members  of  Federal  «,e- 
serve  System: 

Insured  mutual  savings  banks 223.  5i4& 

Insured  State  banks 223,  5145 

FEDERAL  FACIUTIES  CORPORATION: 
Acting  Administrator,  designation  of  officers  to  serve 

as:  order  of  succession 8149 

Administration  of  functions  of  Rubber  Producing  Fa- 
cilities Disposal  Commission,  and  transfer  of  rec- 
ords, property,  employees,  etc.,  of  Commission  to 

Corporation  (Executive  Order  10678) ^ 7199 

Sale  or  lease  of  Grovemment-owned  facilities: 
Invitations  for  bids: 

Alcohol  Butadiene  Plant,  Louisville,  Ky, 7352 

Longhorn  Tin  Smelter.  Texas  City,  Tex 5425 

Rubber  producing  facilities;  contracts  for  sale  or 
lease  to  be  administered  by  Corporation  (Exec- 
utive Order  10678) 7199 

Termination  of  affairs  of  Rubber  Producing  Facili- 
ties Disposal  Commission  (Executive  Order  10678)  _    7199 
FfiDERAL  FLOOD  INDEMNITY  ADMINISTRATION. 

See  Housing  and  Home  Finance  Agency. 
FEDERAL  HOME  LOAN  BANK  BOARD: 
Credit  policies  and  programs,  savings  and  loan,  de- 
velopment   of    national    security    preparedness^ 
measures  relating  to;   responsibilities  of  Board 

and  cooperating  agencies  respecting 2044 

Federal  Home  Loan  Bank  System: 

Members  of  banks;  procedure  for  removal,  grounds 

for  removal,  hearing 815, 

National  security  preparedness  programs  relating 
to  operations  of  System;  development  of,  by 
Board  and  cooperating  Agen<^es. 


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FEDERAL  HOME  LOAN  BANK  BOARD— Continued 

Federal  Savings  and  Loan  Insurance  Corporation: 

Operations:  ^  ,  . 

Bonds    for    directors,    officers,    employees    wid 

agents;  and  amount  of  bonds,  schedule 2144,  5966 

Examinations,  audits,  and  cost  of oi90 

Federal  insurance  reserve: 

Required  amounts  and  maintenance  of 548J,  soya 

.      Setting  up,  designation,  and  purjjose  of  Federal 
insurance  reserve;  associations  operating 

under  Charter  K  (rev.) —    5483 

Regular  credits;  revision  and  redesignation 5483 

Sales  commissions:  proposed 7009,  780o 

Sales  plans  and  practices:  give-away  allowed  or 
given  by  insured  institution  for  opening  of, 
or  increasing  amount  of  accounts,  limitation 

on  amount  of 2895,  5485 

Termination  of  insurance  of  accounts  by  Board.  821, 4554 
Federal  Savings  and  Loan  System: 
Appointment  of  conservators,  receivers  and  super- 

visory  representatives  in  charge 816, 4548 

Possession  by  conservator  or  receiver 4549,4946 

Possession     by    supei-visory    representative     in 

charge J 4550.  4946 

Hearings;     compliance    with     law     and    regula- 

tions - 815.  4548 

Merger,  dissolution,   reorganization,  and  conver- 
sion: .       ^    _x 

Conversion  from  Federal  to  State  charter  imder 
last  paragraph  of  subsection  (i)  of  section  5 

of  Home  Owners'  Loan  Act  of  1933 877T 

Part  heading;  redesignation 8777 

Operations:  .  ^,„- 

Audits r.  .     -     5190 

Real  estate  loans  and  investments  subject  to  20- 

percent-of-assets  limitation.— 6012 

Sales  commissiojis ;  proposed 7009,7806 

Unsecured  loans:                                                  « 
Property  improvement  loaivs.  certain;  liberali- 
zation of  conditions  for  making  of 6012 

Proviso  resp)ecting  rates  of  interest  and  other 

charges  permitted 5942 

Powers  of  conservator  and  conduct  of  conservator- 
ships  ^— —  817,  4550 


Powers  of  receiver  and  conduct  of  receiverships... 


819. 
4552 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


4548 


2044 


General  regulations,  rules  of  practice  and  procedure, 
adjudications  under  Administrative  Procedure 
Act;  scope,  service,  filing  of  papers,  hearings, 
rules  of  evidence,  decisions,  exceptions,  filing  ot 
briefs,  etc 813.4546.4814 

National  Voluntary  Mortgage  Credit  Extension  Com- 
mittee, representation  on . —  10189 

Records.  non-Pederal;   retention  requirements.    See 
main  heading  Records. 
FEIMIRAL  HOME  LOAN  BANK  SYSTEM.    See  Federal 
H(xne  Loan  Bank  Board. 

FEDERAL  HOUSING  ADMINISTRATION: 

Alaska,    Guam,    or    Hawaii,    eligible   mortgages   on 
property  in: 
Multifamily    relocation    insurance;    eligibility    re- 
quirements, revision  and  redesignation 6018 

Mutual   mortgage   insurance;    eligibility    require- 
ments, maximum  mortgage  amount,  increase 

in 9^45 

Armed  services  housing  insurance: 
Eligibility  requirements  of  mortgage: 
Civilian  employees;  incorporation  by  reference, 
certificate    of    need,    maximiun    mortgage 
amount,  eligible  mortgagors,  requirements  as 

to  risk  and  economic  soundness,  etc 4231 

Military  personnel;  revision  and  redesignation.  317, 4231 
Application  and  commitment;  certification  by 

Secretary  of  Defense  to  Commissioner 6019 

Mortgages  eligible: 
Maximum  mortgage  amount: 

Dollar  limitation '.    6019 

Replacement  cost 6019 

Successful  bid 6019 

Prepayment  privilege 7213 

Racial  restrictions;  mortgage  covenant  re- 

gardii\g 9746 

Supervision  of  mortgagors;  completion  assiir- 

ance .— - ______«— ........    6019 

Title  evidence 6019 


FEDERAL  HOUSING  ADMINISTRATION— Continued     Sl^« 
Armed  services  housing  insurance — Continued 

Rights  and  obligations  of  mortgagee  under  insur- 
ance contract: 
Civilian  employees:  incorporation  by  reference, 

insurance  endorsement,  effective  date 4231 

Military    persoimel;     revision    and    redesigna- 

tion--. ^- —  320,  4231.  4555 

Debentures,  delivery  of;  interest,  rates...  4667. 10206 
Definitions.   State;   Canal   Zone   and  Midway 

Island  included 6019 

Children,  family  with;  occupancy  requirements.  See 
under  Multifamily  and  group  housing  insurance; 
and  Rehabilitation  and  neighborhood  consei-va- 
tion  housing  insurance. 
Civilian  personnel  of  armed  forces,  housing  mort- 
gage insurance.  See  Armed  services  housing 
insurance. 
Coc^jerative  housing  insurance.    See  Multifamily  and 

group  housing  insurance. 
Debentures:  ,,        ,,.  x  o 

Insurance  fund;  caU  for  redemption  of  listed  series: 
Mutual  mbrtgage  insurance  fund  debentures : 

Series  AA.  2y2.  2%.  and  3  percent -— .     2019 

Sehes  AA.  2y2.  258.  2%.  2-'/e.  and  3  percent...     7467 

Series  E.  2%  percent 2019 

Series  K,  2V2  percent. - 2019 

Series  U,  3  percent ^^^^ 

Title  I  housing  insurance  fund  debentures: 

Series  L.  2  V2  percent -     2018 

Series  R.  2%  percent 2018 

_  Series  T.  3  percent *018 

War  housing  insurance  fund  debentures: 

Series  O.  2%  percent 2020 

Series  H.  2  Viz  persent -'O-JO 

Issuance  upon  foreclosures  of  certain  loans--.  4666, 10206 
Defense  housing  insurance.    See  National  defense 

housing  insurance. 
Elderly  persons,  projects  for;   maximum  mortgage 

amounts,  occupancy  priority,  etc 6014,6015 

Group  housing  insurance.    See  Multifamily  and  group 

housing  insurance. 
Guam.    See  Alaska,  Guam,  or  Hawaii, 
Hawaii.    See  Alaska.  Guam,  or  Hawaii. 
«ome  rehabilitation  and  relocation  housing  Insur- 
ance.    See    Rehabilitation    and    neighborhood 
conservation  housing  insurance. 
Loans.  Class  1  and  Class  2#    See  Property  improve- 
ment loans. 
Military  personnel,  housing  mortgage  insurance.    See 

Armed  services  housing  insurance. 
Multifamily  and  group  housing  insurance: 
Cooperative  housing  insurance: 
Individual  mortgages  covering  properties  released 
from  lien  of  project  mortgage,  eligibility  re- 
quirements for;  mortgages  eligible: 

^  Interest  rate 9447 

Maximum   amount   of   mortgage    and   mort- 
gagor's minimum  Investment 2377, 2562 

Maximum  charges  and  fees  which  mortgagee 

may  collect  from  mortgagor , 1528 

Payment  and  maturity  dates 421 

Project  mortgage,   eligibility   requirements: 
Adjustment  of  mortgage  amount: 
Adjustment   resvdting   from   cost  certifica- 
tion  --    6017 

Certificate  of  actual  cost 6017 

Certification  of  cost  requirements 6017 

Form  of  contract;  non-identity  and  identity 

of  interest 6017 

Rehabilitation  projects 6017, 9745 

Requisites  of  agreement  and  certification —     6018 
Application  and  commitment  fees: 

Investor  sponsored  project 6015 

Refund  of  fee 6015 

Definition  of  terms: 

Approved  percentage.* 6015 

Investor  sponsored  project 6015 

Veteran 6015 

Veteran  project 6015 

Mortgages,  eligible: 
Insurance  amounts;  revision  and  redesigna- 
tion  —    6016 

Interest  rate 6016,.9447 

Maximum  mortgage  amounts 6016 

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FEDERAL  HOUSING  ADMINISTRATION— Continued 

Multifamily  and  group  housing  insurance — Continued 
Cooperative  housing  insurance — Continued 
Project  mortgage,  eligibility  requirements— Con. 
Mortgages,  eligible — Continued 

Maximum  mortgage  amounts — Continued 
Adjusted  mortgage  amount;  rehabilitation 

projects 6016,  9745 

Amendment  issued  prior  to  revision 2377 

Increased   mortgage    amount;    high    cost 

areas 6016 

Investor  sponsored  projects 6016 

Mortgagor's  minimum  investment;   sales 

type  projects 6016 

Non-Veteran  management  and  sales  type 

projects 6016 

Reduced  mortgage  amount;  leaseholds —     6016 
Veterans'    management    and    sales    type 

projects 6016 

Mortgagors,  eligibility  of 6016 

Mortgagors,  supervision  of:  mortgagors  subject 

to  regulation  and  restriction 6017 

Other  eligible  mortgages 6018 

Multifamily  housing  insurance;  eligibility  require- 
ments of  mortgage  covering  multifamily  hous- 


mg: 
Adjustment  of  mortgage  amovmt: 
Certificate  of  actual  cost: 

Certification  by  public  accountant... 5413 

Mortgagor's  certification  in  case  of  financial 
or  other  interest  in  builder  or  contrac- 
tor  -■ 6015 

Rehabilitation  projects 6015 

Property  subject  to  existing  mortgage 7213 

Requisites  of  agreement  and  certification 6015 

Application  and  commitments;   information  for 

preliminary  examination,  refund  of  fee 6OI4 

Mortgages,  eligible:                                   ^      ^    . 
Eligibility  for  insurance;  revision  and  redesig- 
nation  6014 

Interest  rate 9447 

Maximum  mortgage  amounts oOi* 

Adjusted  mortgage  amount;   rehabilitation 

projects 6014.9745 

Increased  mortgage  amount;   elevator-type 

structures  and  high  cost  areas 6014 

Mortgage  amount: 

Elderly  persons  project 6014 

Private  and  public  mortgagors 6014 

Reduced  mortgage  amount;  leaseholds j_—_    6014 
Mortgagors :  . 

Eligible  mortgagors;  classification:  -ni4 

Non-profit  organizations  as  mortgagors 6014 

Private  mortgagors |020 

Public  mortgagors 6014 

Supervision  of  mortgagors: 
General  provisions: 
Non-profit  organizations ;  regulatory  agree- 

ments.  etc.,  requirements  respecting..    6015 
Private  corporation;  application  of  Com- 
misssioner's  regulations  or  restrictions 

in  case  of -     3021.  5412 

Occupancy  requirements: 

Elderly   persons o^is 

Family  with  children 601& 

Transient  or  hotel  purposes 6015,  7bi/ 

Required  supervision  of  private  mortgagors.    3021 

Advance  amortization  requirements 9745 

Capital  structure : 5412 

Methods  of  operation -    541^ 

,  Mortgagor's  equity  investment 7791 

Rate  of  return 54iJ 

Special  certificates  and  contract  to  be  ex- 
ecuted by  mortgagor;  revision  and  redes- 

ignation. 6015 

Multifamily  rehabilitation  and  relocation  insur- 
ance.    See   Rehabilitation   and   neighborhood 
conservation  housing  insurance. 
Rental  housing  insurance;  rights  and  obligations 
of  mortgagee  under  insurance  contract: 

Defaults,  date  of.. — - —    5413 

Insurance  benefits;   debentures,  interest,  rates.    4666. 

Multifamily  rehabilitation  and  relocation  Insurance. 
See  Rehabilitation  and  neighborhood  conserva- 
tion housing  insurance. 


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FEDERAL  HOUSING  ADMINISTRATION — Continu, 

Mutual  mortgage  insurance: 

T'W^hPTi  til  1  rfi^ 

Call  for  redemption.    See  Debentures,  above. 

Issuance  upon  foreclosures 4666, 10206 

Eligibility  requirements  of  mortgage  covering  one- 
to  fouf -family  dwellings: 
Approval  of  other  institutions;  special  require- 
ments,   non-supervised    institutions,    treat- 
ment of  periodic  payments 7213 

Mortgages,  eligible: 

In  Alaska.  Guam,  or  Hawaii 1 9745 

Interest  rate 9447 

Maximum  amount  of  mortgage  and  mort- 
gagor's minimvun  investment 6013 

Mortgage  executed  by  mortgagor  60  years 

of  age  or  older.. 6013 

Reduction    of   certain   principal    obligation 

percentages 7213 

Maximum  charges  and  fees  which  mortgagee 

may  collect  from  mortgagor T    1048 

Mortgagor's  payments  to  include  other  charges: 
mortgages  not  in  excess  of  $6,650,  annual 

service    charge 6014 

Payments  and  maturity  dates 421,6014 

Properties  eligible;  miscellaneous  type  mortgages, 
eligibility: 
Fee  for  processing  required  with  applications 

for    commitments 4230 

Mortgages  in  amount  not  exceeding  90  per- 
cent  3500,9745 

Mortgages  in  amount  not  exceeding  100  per- 
cent, increase  in  amoimt  of  principal  obli- 
gation allowed 6014 

Rights  and  obligations  of  mortgagee  under  insur- 
ance contract: 
Assignments;  termination  of  contract  of  insur- 
ance by  assignment,  disposal  of  partial  inter- 
est in  insured  mortgage,  exceptions 3673 

Condition  of  property  v;hen  transferred;  delivery 

of  debentures,  interest,  rates 4666, 10206 

National  defense  housing  insurance,  rights  and  ob- 
ligations of  mortgagee  under  insurance  contract; 
condition  of  property  when  transferred,  deliv- 
ery of  debentures,  interest,  rates.... 4667, 10206 

Neighborhood  conservation  housing  insurance.     See 
'     Rehabilitation    and   neighborhood   consei-vation 
housing  insurance. 
Occupancy     requirements    under    certain    housing 
mortgage  insurance.    See  under  Multifamily  and 
group  housing  insurance;  and  Rehabilitation  and 
neighborhood  conservation  housing  insurance. 
Older  persons,  projects  for.    See  EUderly  persons. 
One-  to  eleven-family  dwellings.     See  Rehabilitation 
and  neighborhood  conservation  housing  insur- 
ance. 
One-  to  four-family  dwellings.    See  Mutual  mortgage 

insurance. 
Property  improvement  loans;   Class  1   and  Class  2 
loans  on  existing  structures  and  for  certain  new 
structures: 
Definitions : 

Borrower 6012 

Existing  structure 1047,6012 

Eligible  improvements;  list  of  ineligible  items 6013 

Eligible  notes: 

Maximum  maturity 6012 

Payments 6012 

Pinanctng  charges;  maximiun  charge 6012 

Insurance  charge: 

Rate,  refund  or  abatement,  exception 6013 

When  payable. 6013,9745 

Insurance  reserve;  adjustment  of  general  reserve. _    6013 
Maximum  amount  of  loans,  Class  1  (a)  and  (b)  and 

Clas^  2  loans 6012 

Refinanciiig;  maximum  maturity.  Class  1  (a)  and 

Class  2  fa)  loans 6013 

Report  of  loans 6013,9745 

Records,  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.    See 
main  heading  Records. 


FWERAL  HOUSING  ADMINISTRATION— Continued     P<^« 
Renabilitation  and  neighborhood  conservation  hous- 
ing insurance: 
Home  rehabilitation  insxirance;  eligibility  require- 
ments of  mortgage  covering  oner  to  eleven- 
family  dwellings: 
Certificate  by  Administrator  to  Commissioner  re- 
specting conformance  of  urban  renewal  plan 

to  various  local  objectives 7791 

Incorporation  by  reference;  applicability  of  pro- 
visions, exceptions,  rental  properties 994 

Location  of  property;  urban  renewal  projects  In 

disaster  areas 7791 

Payments  and  maturity  dates 7791 

Rental   properties 994 

Home  relocation  insurance ;  eligibility  requirements 
of  mortgage  covering  single  family  dwellings; 
Maximum  mortgage  amount: 

Dollar  limitation 6018 

Loan-to-value  limitation;  Commissioner's  esti- 
mate of  appraised  value  of  property 6018 

Mortgagor's  minimum  investment , 6018 

Payments  and  maturity  dates 6018 

Multifamily  rehabilitation  insurance;  eligibility  re- 
quirements of  mortgage: 
Builder's  and  sponsor's  profit  and  risk  allowance; 

identity  and  non-identity  of  interest  cases.-    7792 
Certificate  by  Administrator  to  Commissioner  re- 
specting conformance  of  urban  renewal  plan 

to  various  local  objectives 7791 

Classification  of  mortgagors;  private  corporate 
and  non-cor];>orate  mortgagors,  and  public 

mortgagors _ 994 

Incorporation  by  reference;  applicability  of 
provisions,  exceptions,  changes  and  addi- 
tions    994, 7791, 9644 

Interest  rate 9644 

Location  of  property;  vu-ban  renewal  projects  in 

disaster  areas 7791 

Maximum  mortgage  amounts 7792 

Adjusted     mortgage     amount,     rehabilitation 

projects 7792,  9746 

Dollar  limitation 7792 

Increased  mortgage  amount: 

Elevator  tyi>e  structures 7792 

High-cost  areas 7792,9746 

Loan-to-value  limitation;  approved  new  con- 
struction, rehabilitation  and  non-approved 

new  construction 7792 

Occupancy  requirements;  family  with  children, 

transient  or  hotel  purposes 1_    7792 

Multifamily    relocation    insurance;    eligibility    re- 
quirements of  mortgage: 
Alaska,  Guam,  and  Hawaii  requirements;  revision 

and  redesignation 6018 

Incorporation  by  reference;  list  of  excepted  pro- 
visions, changes  in,  additions,  etc..  6018,  7213,  9644 

Increased  mortgage  amount;  high  cost  areas 6018 

Interest  rate 9644 

Maximum  mortgage  amounts 6018 

Adjusted     mortgage     amount,     rehabilitation 

projects 6018 

Property  subject  to  existing  mortgage 7213 

Mortgage  maturity 7213 

Mortgagors  eligible;  private  nonprofit  entities 6018 

Occupancy  requirements;  family  with  children. 

transient  or  hotel  purposes 6018 

Rehabilitation  projects 7213 

Adjusted  maximum  mortgage  amount 6018 

Rental   housing    insurance.      See   Multifamily   and 

group  housing  insurance. 
Rental    properties;    eligibility    for    Insurance.      See 
under  Rehabilitation  and  neighborhood  conser- 
vation housing  insurance. 
Single    family    dwelling.       See    Rehabilitation    and 

neight>orhood  conservation  housing  insurance. 
Title  I  housing  insurance : 
Debentures.    See  Debentures. 
Mortgage  insurance.    See  Property  Improvement 
loans. 
Transient  or  hot&l  purposes,  proijcrty  used  for;  occu- 
pancy requirements  under  multifamily  or  reloca- 
tion housing  insurance 6015.6018,7617,7792 

War  housing  insurance  fund  debentures,  call  for  re- 
*    dempUon.    See  Debentures. 


^ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


FEDERAL  MARITIME  BOARD.     See  Maritime  Admin-     Page 

istration  and  Federal  Maritime  Board. 
FEDERAL  MEDIATION  AND  CONCILIATION  SERVICE: 

Arbitration;  proposed  new  regulations ^.^ 9330 

Availability  of  information;  editorial  changes,  pro- 
posed  9330 

Functions  and  duties;  proposed  revision 9330 

Procedures;  editorial  changes,  proposed 9330 

Revision  of  chapter,  proposed : 9329 

FEDERAL  NATIONAL  MORTGAGE  ASSOCIATION: 
Mortgage  purchases,  servicing  and  sales: 

Acceptability  requirements,  general,  for  mortgages : 

Maximimi  mortgage;  limitations  not  applicable 

to    certain    mortgages    and    properties    in 

Alaska,  Guam,  and  Hawaii— 7794 

Service  fee-- -. _.-_ - — 7794 

Scope  of  part;  Sales  Office,  New  York,  change  of 

address 7793 

Secondary  market  operations: 
Fees  and  charges  and  stock  purchase;  seller  not 
required  to  pay  purchase  and  marketing  fee 

under  certain  conditions 7793 

Financing  of  secondary  market  operations: 

Borrowing;  editorial  amendment 7793 

/  Sale  of  stock 7793 

Mortgages  eligible;  VA  Section  501.  exception 7793 

Nature  and  scope 7793 

Purchase  price 7793 

Special  acceptability  requirements: 
Location  of  mortgaged  premises;  Virgin  Islands 

added ^, — —    7793 

Reference  added..-- , 7793 

Special  assistance  functions: 

General —    7793 

Participations;     announcement     of     programs, 

deleUon 7794 

FEDERAL  PERSONNEL.    See  Government  employees. 

FEDERAL  POWER  COMMISSION: 

Employees,  former,  appearance  before  Commission —    1047, 

1348 
Federal  Power  Act,  regulations  under: 
Annual  charges  prescribed  for  licensees,  proposed 

amendments,   hearing 341,  9997 

Statements  and  reports: 
Form  No.  12,  power  system  statements  for  Class  I 
and  n  systems  and  Class  IV  and  V  systems 

;  where  requested 869 

Schedules 869 

Form  No.  12-A,  power  system  statements  for  Class 

ni.  IV  and  V  systems. 869 

Schdules — - 869 

Form  No.  12-D,  power  system  statement  for  class 
in  systems  having  annual  energy  require- 
ments of  less  than  5,000,000  kwh  and  Class 

IV  and  V  systems  where  requested 869 

Schedules 869 

Form  of  initial  cost  statement 'for  licensed  pro- 
jects; schedules  (general  data,  project  cost  by 
accounts  and  cost  components,  supporting 

data) 928 

Hearings  respecting  various  inatters.    See  list  at  end 

of  this  agency. 
Information,  public.    See  Practice  and  procedure. 
Lands,  withdrawal  of,  for  purposes  of  power  develop- 
ment, transmission  lines,  etc.;  vacations  of  with- 
drawal, applications,  notices,  etc.: 

Project  No.  400;  New  Mexico  Meridian,  Colo 8998 

Project  No.  1258;  lands  within  Lassen  or  Plumas 

NaUonal  Forests,  Calif— 6876 

Project  No.  1975,  Boise  Meridian,  Idaho 5664 

Project  2005;  Oakdale  and  South  Joaquin  Irriga- 
tion Districts,  Calif 1742 

Project  No.  2042,  Box  Canyon,  Willamette  Meridian; 
withdrawal  for  Public  Utility  District  No.  1  of 

Pend  Oreille  County,  Wash 4693 

Project  No.  2067;   Tulloch  Project,  Oakdale  and 

South  Joaquin  Irrigation  Districts,  Calif 8999 

Project  No.  2130  (fonaerly  Projects  No.  708  and 
131^) ;  withdrawal  of  additional  lands.  Mount 
Diablo  Meridian.  Calif.,  for  Pacific  Gas  and 
Electric  Co —    8095 


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FEDERAL  POWER  COMMISSION— Continued 

Natural  Gas  Act,  regulations  imder: 
Certificates  of  public  convenience  and  necessity 
under  section  7,  applications  for: 
Concerning  operation,  sales,  service,  constructioni 
extension,  or  acquisition: 
Exemption    of    temporary    acts    and    opera- 
tions.  -  1276, 9166 

Exhibits: 
Exhibit  E.  corporate  authorization;  revoca- 
tion   —     I486 

Exhibit  H,  total  gas  supply  data;  three  con- 
formed copies  of  gas  puixhase  contract, 
estimate  of  B.  t.  u.  content  of  gas,  maps,  1486 
Exhibit  I.  market  data;  total  past  and  ex- 
pected curtailments  of  service*"  copy  of 
market  survey,  data  as  to  particular 
market   to  receive   new    or    additional 

service ^ I486 

Exhibit  N,  revenues,  expenses,  income;  pro 
,     forma  statements  for  first  three  years, 
statement  in  lieu  of  gas  system  annual 
revenues  and  gas  system  annual  operat- 
ing expenses -    I486 

Form  o|.  exhibits  to  be  attached  to  applica- 
tions; measurement  base,  statement  in 

terms  of  14-73  psia___ I486 

General  conditions  applicable  to  certificates; 

materials  to  t>e  filed  by  applicant 1487 

Consideration  of  desirability  of  rules  concerning 
automatic    escalation    and    favored    nation 
clauses  in  contracts  by  interstate  natural-gas 
companies  with  producin^companies : 
Abandoment  of  service;  reSesignation —  4833,9167 
Applicability  of  regulations;  redesignation.  4834,9167 
Applications  by  independent  producer,  filings 

by  signatory  operators  and  owners 7617 

Exemption  of  emergency  sales  or  transporta- 
tion   9167 

Temporary  authorization,  for  sale  ortransporta- 
tion  of  natural  gas  by  independent  pro- 
ducer  4833. 9167 

Compliance  by  natural  gas  producers  and  gatherers 

with  certificate  and  rate  requirements: 
Forms,  approved;  statements  and  reports: 
Form  No.  2,  annual  report  form  for  natural-gas 

companies  (Class  A  and  Class  B) 1487 

Form  No.  301,  statement  of  sales  and  revenues  of 

independent  producers.- 1562,  3146 

Rate  schedules  and  tariffs: 
Compliance  by  natural  gas  producers  and  gather- 
ers with  certificate  and  rate  requirements: 
Applicability;  ^definition,  filings  by  signatory 

operators,  co-owners,  etc 7617 

Change  In  rate  schedules;  data  required  in  fil- 
ing supplement  showing  reduction  in  occu- 
pation tax  in  Texas  from  8  per  cent  to  7 

percent  after  September  1, 1956 4327 

Escalator  and  "favored  nation"  clauses  in  con- 
tracts for  sale  of  natural  gas.  See  Rate 
schedule  defined.  - 
Rate  schedule  defined,  proviso  respecting  non- 
acceptance  of  contracts  containing  pro- 
vision for  price  adjustment  by  reason  of 
escalator   and   "favored  nation"   clauses, 

proposed  rule  making 2388 

Texas;  rate  schedules  reflecting  reduction  in 
occupation  tax.  form  for  submitting  data, 
and  waiver  of  30-day  notice  requirement.  _    4327 
Method  of  submission  for  filing;  material  sub- 
mitted with  changes  in  tariff,  etc.,  rate  in- 
crease filings: 
Joint  facilities: 

Statement  G,  gas  operating  revenues  and 

sales  volume I486 

Statwnent  N,  determinants  essential  to  test 
reasonableness    of    proposed    rate    or 

change ^486 

Material  to  be  submitted I486 

Redesignation  of  caption;  substitution  of  "fil- 
ings" for  "application" 1485 

Test  period  to  be  used  in  connection  with  appli- 
'        cations;  estimates  for  eight  months  per- 
missible      1486 

Organisation  and  functions;  0£Bce  of  Special  Assist- 
ants to  Commission 2605 


92 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


93 


FEDERAL  POWER  COMMISSION— Continued  p^« 

Practice  and  procedure: 

Appearances  of  former  employees  before  Com- 
mission  1047, 1348 

Definitions,  "Commission  correspondence,"  "Com- 
mission memoranda,"  "filings  and  submittals." 
"formal  record."  "matter  or  proceeding,"  "staff 

papers" 2613 

Formal  requirements,  pleadings,  documents  and 
other  papers  filed  in  proceedings  to  be  type- 
written       5055 

Public  information;  notice  of  proceedings,  publica- 
tion  of    decisions,   public    files   and    records, 

etc 2612 

Seal,   official 10335 

Service,  use  of  certified  mail  in  lieu  of  registered 

mail   8747 

Projects,  withdrawal  of  lands  for.    See- Lands.  ^ 

Rate  schedules  and  tariffs: 
Filing,  approval,  suspension,  etc.    See  list  at  end  of 

this  agency. 
Regulations  under  Natural  Gas  Act.    See  Natural 
Gas  Act. 
Records,  information,  etc.: 

■    Commission  records  and  information.  » See  Practice 
and  procedure. 
Non-Federal  records;  retention  requirement.    See 
main  heading  Records. 
Seal,  official 10335 

Hearings,  etc.,  respecting  .applications  for  certifi- 
cates of  public  convenience  and  necessity,  rate 
schedules  and  tariffs,  etc.: 

Abercrombie,   JohiS  L.,   and   others 8604 

Ahem,  T.  J.,  and  others 1 . 7638 

Alabama  Power  Co 225,  4693,  6285.  6963 

Alabama-Tennessee  Natural  Gas  Co 1158 

Aladdin  Petroleum  Corp 3t)2 

Alameda   Cooperative   Gas   Association,   Inc.,   and 

others 6285 

Alexander,  C.  W..  and  others 4327 

Algonquin  Gas  Transmission  Co 4777 

Allatoona  Project,  Southeastern  Power  Administra- 
tion     1211, 8742, 8781 

AltA  Corp 849.6522.7010 

Amerada  Petroleum  Corp 3035,3236.6797 

Amere  Gas  Utilities  Co 2398.  5199 

American  Louisiana  Pipe  Line  Co..  and  others 1330, 

1706, 3163, 6397, 7783, 8837 

American  Smelting  and  Refining  Co 2640 

Anderson,  John  G..  and  others 4937 

Anderson-Prichard  Oil  Corp.,  and  others 1155.  8996 

Appalachian  Electric  Power  Co 6285 

Appleman,  Nathan 9999 

Argo  Oil  Corp.,  and  others i 1158. 1663 

Arizona  Public  Service  Co 1211,  5302 

Arkansas  Fuel  Oil  Corp.,  and  others , 1499, 1552. 

2711.  3883.  7010, 8383,  8384. 8521,  8522 

Arkansas  Louisiana  Gas  Co 3919.6873. 

8470, 8894,  9152.  9303 

Arkansas  Power  &  Light  Co 7782 

Arkansas -Missouri  Power  Co -     7011 

Arrow  Drilling  Co.,  and  others 8728 

Atlanta  Gas  Light  Co 256 

Atlantic  Refining  Co.,  and' others 255,550,850, 

1553,   5428,  8033.  8154,  8222,   8518,   8522,   8893 

Atlantic  Seaboard  Corp 88.  1192,  5199,  5664 

Barnes  Transportation  Co 3135,  6944 

Bass  &  Vessels,  and  others 224 

BBM  Drilling  Co.,  and  others 1054 

Beal  Associates,  and  others 1155 

_    Belco  Petroleum  Corp.,  and  others 6723 

Bennett,  Mills,  Estate,  and  others 3397 

Bernie.  Mo 303.  2500 

Black  ffills  Power  and  Light  Co 1498,  1553,  2458,  4370 

'Blackwell  Oil  and  Gas  Co.,  and  others 2204, 

3036,  3845,  5073 

Blackwood,  P.  G.,  and  others .' 3035,4056 

Bonneville  project,  Columbia  River,  Oregon-Wash- 
ington.  _ 1191,  2131 

Booher,  L.  L.,  Gas  Co 1501 

Border  Pipe  Line  Co * 2640 

Bracken  Oil  Co i 1154,  9392 

Branine,  Alden  E.,  and  others 6551 

British-American  Oil  Producing  Co 1156,  4533 

Brooks,  Jessie  M.,  and  M.  James,  Jr 40,  1210 


FEDERAL  POWER  COMMISSION— Continued  i^« 

Hearings,  etc. — Continued 

Brown.    Herman -        41 

Buchan  ^  Heinen  Packing  Co 1158 

Burnett  l<  Cornelius > 5809 

Burnham,  Joe  M..  and  others 2899 

Butler.  George  A.,  and  others 223 

Butler  Johnson  Service  Corp..  and  others 5302 

Cabot  Carbon  Co.,  and  others 1210 

Cabot,  Godfrey  L..  Inc 10525 

California  Co 5726.  8725.  8892 

California  Electric  Power  Co—  2541,  3235.  6798,  9615,  9999 

California  Oregon  Power  Co 1158. 

1211,  1571,  2351.  2544.  5513.  6665 

Callery,  P.  A.,  Inc 3662 

Gallery,  Francis  A.,  and  others 1210 

Carbons  Consolidated,  Inc 2500 

Carolina  Aluminum  Co 1568,  1615,  9389 

Carolina  Power  ti  Light  Co 5382.  9389 

Carr.  F.  William 164 

Carter  Oil  Co 8470 

Carter-Jones  Drilling  Co.,  and  others 8517 

Central  Alaska  Power  Assoc,  Inc 7585 

Central  Illinois  Public  Service  Co 9152 

Central  Kentucky  Natural  Gas  Co 1568,  2709,  3087 

Central  Power  &  Light  Co 1208 

Central  Vermont  Public  Service  Corp 88, 757 

Chambers,  Joseph  O , 125 

Champlain  Refining  Co 87, 1553 

Chavanne,  H.  J.,  and  others 6876,  7836 

Chicago  Corp 845,3846 

Chicago  District  Pipeline  Co 6201 

Chisholm.  A.  E..  and  others 1155 

Christie.  Mitchell  &  Mitchell  Co 89S0 

Chugach  Electric  Association.  Inc 3038 

Cincinnati  Gas  &  Electric  Co 1211 

CiUes  Service  Gas  Co 3975.  6875.  7012.  7257,  8125,  9999 

Cities  Service  Oil  Co.,  and  others «     3164 

Cities  Service  Production  Co.., .     8723 

"City  of  Friendship",  Tenn 8958 

Clark  Fuel  Producing  Co.,  and  others -    1423 

Clements.  William  P.,  Jr . 1842 

Coastal  Transmission  Corp 1456,  4691,  10017 

Cocke,  W.  H 1706 

Colorado  Interstate  Gas  Co___  777.  1874.  5785.  8034.  10320 

Colorado  Oil  and  Gas  Corp 597.  1553.  7783.  8069.  8220 

Colorado-Wyoming  Gas  Co 656.  3036,  3037,  3070 

Columbia  Carbon  Co 2642 

Columbian  Fuel  Corp _ 1054, 1157. 1917,  3087 

Community  Public  Service  Co 3235 

Conover,  George  R 1706 

Consolidated  Gas  Utilities  Corp 1209,  2351 

Consolidated  Water  Power  Co^ 5146 

Continental  Oil  Co 847, 

1209.  1498.  3087,  4693,  6943.  8517,  10438 

Corson.  Albert  S 1706 

Corydon,  Ky 1571 

Coss.  S.  D..  and  others 8995 

Crescent  Corp 9939 

Crow  Drilling  Co..  Inc 1423 

Cumberland  and  Allegheny  Gas  Co 1618, 1685 

Cunningham,  Ruth,  and  others 2418 

Dairyland  Power  Cooperative 1054,  8606 

Dalport  Oil  Corp.,  and  others 3974 

Dave  Morgan  Oil  Co.,  and  others 3439 

Davidor  &  Davidor 2310,2706 

Davidson.  G.  S.,  and  Norma  D.,  and  others..  225,  825, 1503 

Dayton  Power  and  Light  Co 125 

Deomer,  F.  C,  and  others 6049 

DeKalb  Agricultural  Association,  Inc 1 2156 

Delaware  Power  &  Light  Co 1812 

Delaware  River  Development  Corp 224 

Delta  Drilling  Co.,  and  others 10525 

Delta  Gulf  Drilling  Co 409 

Delta  Natural  Gas  Co . 3845 

Denver,  Colo 5630 

Department  of  Public  Utilities  of  Commonwealth 
of  Massachusetts  v.  Power  Authority  of  State 

of  New  York ^ «. _.    5019 

Detroit  Edison  Co 9302 

Devitt,  Glenn 1054 

Devonian  Gas  &  Oil  Co 326 

Dirks  Bros.,  and  others 6550,  6577,  7196 

Duke  Power  Co 125.549.1500.1568 

Dunbar,  Blaine,  and  others 656 

Dunlap,  E.,  Jr.,  and  others 1156 


FEDERAL  POWER  COMMISSION— Continued  p^« 

Hearings,  etc. — Continued 

East  Tennessee  Natural  Gas  Co 281, 

1331. 1377,  2458,  2500,  2856.  2857.  5338 

Ekiutna  Project,  Alaska 125 

El  Paso  Electric  Co 2543,  2640,  8124 

El  Paso  Natural  Gas  Co 700,  701, 1249, 1422, 1787, 

1812,  2394,  2397,  2640.  4057,  5428,  7923,  8524 

Electric  Energy,  Inc.^ 1498 

Elizabethtown,  Ky 7745 

Elm  Oil  and  Gas  Corp 124 

Empire  District  Electric  Co 8470 

Equitable  Gas  Co 1156,  5665 

Esfeld,  William  E.,  and  Prances  A 325, 1615 

Evans  Oil  &  Gas  Co.,  Inc.,  and  others 7659 

Pair,  Ralph  E 851 

Fair,  Ralph  E.,  Inc 164,  851 

Fair,  R.  W.  and  others —    4938 

Fairfleid  OU  Co .. 327 

Falcon  Project,  Rio  Grande  River 8995 

Pern  Gold  Mining  Co 2605 

Fidelity  OU  and  Royalty  Co.,  and  others..  1158,  1375,  2501 

Fields,  Bert,  and  others 1210 

Fleet,  Howard  W.,  and  others 2706,  3157.  3255,  3465 

Fobs.  F.  Julius,  and  others 2899 

Pour  MUe  Gas  Co.., 41.  1249 

Franklin,  Ga ^ 915 

Franklin.  HI.,  and  otlxers 5427,  5631,  6150 

Franklin,  Tenn 1788 

Freedom  Minerals,  Inc -.  326.  1615 

Friars  Point,  Miss,  and  others 844,  1705 

Pulton,  R.  H 5946 

Gackle,  Albert ,-     1156 

Gant,  Walter  H 41 

Garkane  Power  Association,  Inc 8606 

Gas  Gathering  Co.,  and  others .» 3847 

Gas  Lands  Co..  and  others.^ 2576.  3235.  3297 

Gas  Light  Co.  of  Columbus ...  87.  1554 

Gem  OU  Co -     6722 

.    General   American   Oil   Company   of   Texas,   and 

others 703,  1786,  3299,  9781.  9999 

General  Crude  OUCo. 7167 

Georgia  Power  Co 4032 

Geortta-Pacific  Alaska  Co 1158 

Georgia  Public  Service  Commission  v.  Florida  Power 

Corp -     1568 

Gibbons,  Ed 10284 

Gilring  OU  Co '. —      852 

Glister,  Ralph  E-,  and  others.... 1 1040.  8725 

Ginther.  N.  C.  and  others 6895.  8728 

GlasseU,  Alfred  C,  Jr.,  and  others 845,  8471 

Goodrich,  R.  H 1499,  1570,  1706 

Gtoe^lstein,  Fred,  and  others 2.577 

Grady.  R.  L.,  and  others. 223.  596, 1210 

Oragg  OU  and  Gas  Co 549 

•  Greenfield  Gas  Co.,  Inc : 2310 

Grimes,  Otha  H 257 

Orubb  and  Hawkins,  and  others 5809 

-    Gulf  Interstate  Gas  Co 2900,8338 

Gulf  OU  Corp 1424,  3637,  3846,  7307,  8958,  8959 

Gulf  Plains  Corp .'- 845 

Gulf  Refining  Co.,  and  others 1423, 

6397, 7783,  8202. 8519.  8606,  8959 

Gulf  States  Utilities  Co 125.1248,5809,9689 

Haddox.  Hugh  K..  and  others 8523 

Halbonty.  Michel  T 1155 

Hamm.  Theo..  Brewing  Co 7352 

Hamonds.  George  S 6724 

Hanley  Co..  and  others 689, 1741 

•    Harmon,  Jake  L.,  and  others 5755, 6422, 6873. 7500 

Harrod  Gas  Co 5368 

Hassle  Hunt  Trust,  and  others -  7502,  8893 

Hayes  B.  Ownljy  Drilling  Co 9615 

HefnA-  Co..  and  others 6048 

Herrman.  A.  E..  Corp 1155,2157 

Hlbbert,  R.  E.  (Operator),  and  others 8729 

HoUandsworth  OU  Co.,  and  others 8733,9689 

Holly  Sugar  Corp.,  and  others 6550 

Hope  Natural  Gas  Co 125,2856,3136.3264.5427.5665 

Housh.  C.  N..  and  others 7419 

Houston  Natural  Gas  Production  Co 2294 

Houston  OU  Company  of  Texas „ 3255.8893 

Houston  Texas  Gas  and  OU  Corp 1456. 4691, 10017 

HoweU.  HoUoway  b  HoweU 8202, 10320 

Huber.  J.  M..  Corp 2132.2578 

Hughes  Rivet  OU  and  Gas. 326 


FEDERAL  POWER  COMMISSION— Continued  ^'^ 

Hearings,  etc. — Continued 

Hiunble  OU  it  Refining  Co ,. 853. 

2711.7465.8520,8719.8720,9589.10524 

Hunt.   H.  L 6980.7167 

Himt.  N.  B 4326,6150 

Hunt  OU  Co 164,  1154,  3443.  7502.  8731,  8996 

Hunt.  William  Herbert.  Trust  Estate ,.-     7167 

Huntington  Oklahoma  OU  Co.,  and  others 2131 

Hurley.  Ed.  E..  successor  of 1154    ' 

Hylton,  Hal  T 257 

Idaho  Power  Co 2202,  3975,  5664,  9781 

IlUnois  Power  Co. 2310 

Indian  Creek  Gas  Co «1054 

Interstate   Power  Co 2202,5337.6424.7466        , 

Iowa  Electric  Light  and  Power  Co 2350 

Iowa  Power  and  Light  Co 2797 

Iowa  Public  Service  Co 4106 

Iroquois  Gas  Corp 2132. 9303 

Jackson  Bros 8219 

James.  T.  L.,  and  Co.,  and  others 5073 

Jenkins.  Oliver 327 

Johnson.  L.  M -    8305 

Johnson.  S.  D ^ 40 

Jones,  Edwin  M..  OU  Co 8468 

Jones.  Henrietta  Yerger  d/b/a  Edwin  M.  Jones  OU 

Co 8468 

Jordan,  Thomas,  Inc.,  and  others 1156 

Kane,  G.  A — 326 

Kansas  Gas  and  Electric  Co 439, 1211. 1667 

Kansas  Natural  Gas.  Inc 699 

Kansas-Colorado  Utilities,  Inc 3136 

Kansas-Nebraska  Natural  Gas  Co.,  Inc 1457. 

2310, 2857,  3464,  6963,  7258.  7659 

Kentucky  UtUitles  Co 1458,  2458 

Kerns,  R.  M,  and  others 1812  ^ 

Kerr,  John  H..  Project 5848 

Kerr-McGee  OU  Industries,  Inc.,  and  others 2707, 

4533, 4835 

King,  Allen  S. 1158 

Kio  OU  &  Development  Co 656, 2310, 2643 

Klrkwood  and  Co.,  and  others 1424, 1842 

Kouns,  Sinclair  B.,  and  others __     1552 

Krebs,  Gregory,  and  others 1-     5725         % 

^       Krebs  OU  Co.,  and  others 1842 

Lacy.  R..  Inc 8337 

Lateral  Gas  Pipeline  Co 2350 

LeCuno  OU  C'orp t..^ £ 8725 

La  Gloria  Oil  and  Gas  Co 9392 

Lewis,  Nancy,  and  James  R.  Welsh 8520 

Lewis,  Van,  and  others — ^ 1078 

Lewis,  Van  M 8471 

Lewisport.  Ky ^ 3703 

Lindsay.  W.  W.,  and  others ' 2855 

Little,  Mike 2606  , 

Lofland.  Ted  R..  and  others 1685 

"  Lomax,  W.  L.  (Pete),  and  others 3163 

London.  Ray.  and  others 6359.  6551 

Lone  Star  Producing  Co 1210 

Louisiana  Nevada  Transit  Co 700 

Lower  Colorado  River  Authority 4775 

Lyman.  C.  V 854 

Madden,  J.  W..  Jr..  and  others 1 8124.  8520 

Manufacturers  Light  and  Heat  Co 1156. 

1157,  3037,  4261,  5338,  7163,  7419,  7745,  8127 

Marathon  Corp _ 6201 

Marr.  M.  H ■- 6424,8155 

MarshaU  County  Gas  Co 7306 

Massachusetts  Department  of  Public  Utilities  v.  v 

Power  Authority  of  State  of  New  York 6798. 7784 

Mayfield,  M.  L 10438 

McBrlde,  W.  C,  Inc 2202 

McCarthy  OU  and  Gas  Corp 550.  1077,  3662 

McConneU,  D.  B.,  and  others 1497 

McConnell  Drilling  Corp.,  and  others 5544 

McCord.  Charles  T.,  Jr 9390 

McGin,  J.  R.,  and  others 2711 

McMlUan,  Hugh,  and  others 549 

Mecom.  John  W —    3202 

Meredith  &  Co.,  and  others 6894,  8732 

Michigan  Gas  Storage  Co 1 5810 

Michigan-Wisconsin  Pipe  Line  Co 2203. 

2205.  3135.  4058,  8605 

Mld-Oulf  Exploration  Co 8724/ 

MldSouth  Gas  Go 'OH    / 


94 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


Page 


FEDERAL  POWER  COMMISSION— Continued 
Hearings,  etc. — Continued 

Midstates  Oil  Corp.,  and  others 1249, 

Miusw*  H  ^235^  8073.  6981,  7195.  8997 

Midwestern  Gas  Transmission  Co. ,  and  others 342 , 

•  597, 1250,  7782 

Mills  Bennett  Estate,  and  others 4776 

Mississippi  River  Fuel  Corp 8998 

Missouri  Natural  Oas  Co — —     3236 

Mizel.  Morris,  and  others 1155 

Mobil  Producing  Co.,  and  others —     1787 

■    Monsanto  Chemical  Co -^^^-^;;;:„  „„ot 

.      Montana  Dakota  Utilities  Co 2202.  2398.  8221 

Montana  Power  Co.- 438.  1553.  2605  5726 

Montana-Dakota  Utilities  Co 257,  281 

Moody.  R.  E..  and  others — ^»o 

Moon  Lake  Electric  Association.  Inc 5810 

Moore,  Wayne,  and  others  1501. 271 1 

Morgan.  Dave.  OU  Co..  and  others 2798.  3439 

Morganfleld.   Ky — _- ioIa'iiM  tt^n 

Mosbacher,  Robert,  and  others 1249.  8469.  8o20 

Mosinee  Paper  Mills  Co ^r-rr— — ;:«c-;oI,  ocio 

Mosser.  W.  H..  &  Son  Gas  Co..  and  others—  1406. 1841.  2543 

Moulter  Gas  Co..  and  others^ ^laa 

Mound  Co —    ^°°^ 

Mountain  Fuel  Supply  Co-__ oUVni^a  tniX 

Murphy  Corp..  and  others 2543,  7638.  a  lid 

National  Processing  Co r-io'-oT^c  natl 

Natural  Gas  Company  of  West  Virgmia—  1618.  3136.  7659 
Natural  Gas  Pipeline  Company  of  America,  and 

others  -     1078.  1874.  2205.  5727.  5946, 6550. 6980. 

7"l64""7258.   7465,   7657.  8033,  8125.  9689,  9727 

Navajo  Natural  Gas  Co 5809 

Nester,   Holly ^f.^. 

Neuhaus.  V.  F rr— ;;" ;Q^5'n'(94 

Nevada  Natural  Gas  Pipe  Line  Co 2958.  85^4 

New    Hampshire    Public    Utilities    Commission    v. 

Power  Authority  of  State  of  New  York 9392 

New  York  State  Electric  &  Gas  Corp.,  and  others—       2393 

New  York  State  Natural  Gas  Corp _     --  3918.5545 

Niagara  Mohawk  Power  Corp.. 1874,  2310.  8202 

Nichols  and  Lukens  Lease,  and  others— 702. 1786 

North  Carolina  Gas  Corp °^i}^ 

North  Central  Gas  Co — -     ^t^ 

North  Central  Oil  Corp..  and  others law 

Northern  Electric  Cooperative o^»h 

Northern  Lights.  Inc 5514,  b/aa 

SSrtSIS  NafSral  Gas  Co......  341.  1156.  1684.  1874.  4032 

4055.   6622.   6963.   7258.   7638,   7836,   8127,   8203 
Northern  States  Power  ^o-.-^---^---^-^-^^^ 

Northwestern  Public  Ser^'lce  Co 6880,10184 

Nueces  Co ;--     ,°^^ 

Oakdale  Irrigation  District ^^^' oono 

G'Boyle,  J.  W.,  and  others 8892 

O'Brien,  Prank  E.,  and  others /'o» 

Ohio  Fuel  Gas  Co. 844.  1211. 1616.  1617.  1786.  1950. 

2705.   3398,   3920.   5019.   5381,   7637,   7658,   8381 

Oil  Associates,  Inc.,  and  others -    5025 

Oklahoma  Natural  Gas  Co -    2351 

Olive  Branch,  Miss l*^^ 

O'Rourke.  D.  P.,  and  others — -  7744,  8997 

Oroville- Wyandotte  Irrigation  District ^ 1684 

Q--    -Q    g_ 8201 

Osborri.  wrB.,  Jr.,  and  others 329, 1158 

Osmond,  Charles  H.,  and  others __  7034,  8201,  8381 

Otter  Tail  Power  Co 125 

Oxford  Oil  Co 1209. 1498 

Owen.  J.  P..  and  others *"'i«;c 

Ownby.  Hayes  B.,  Drilling  Co 9615 

Pacific  Gas  and  Electrict  Co 1497.1553.6876.8095 

Pacific  Northern  Timber  Co 3883 

Pacific  Northwest  PipeUne  Corp J:?}}'}^?^J 

3137. 3203. 3920.  4776,  10000.  10184 

Pacific  Power  &  Light  Co 560, 1874,  3882,  7353.  9390 

Paisano  Trading  Co..  Ltd..  and  others 2204.  3.731 

Pan  American  Production  Co..  and  others 1950. 

3920,  8518.  8958 

Panhandle  Eastern  Pipe  Line  Co..  and  others ^  330, 

1569. 2131. 2606,  2642,  3466 

Papalote  Corp.,  and  others 1422.2578 

Pennsylvania  Gas  Co 1209,2310,4837.5665 

Pennsylvania  Power  and  Light  Co 11*7 

Penn-York  Natural  Gas  Corp 2133 

Permian  Basin  PipeUne  Co 1376, 2500. 4058, 4937 


FEDERAL  POWER  COMMISSION— ConHnued  ^^se 

Hearings,  etc. — Continued 

Peterstown  Gas  Co.,  Inc 1498 

Pewitt,  Paul  H 8521 

Phillips.  A.  O.,  and  others 8524.  8960. 9153 

PhilUps  Petroleum  and  others 597. 1078, 1155, 

1158.  1249,  1376.  1553,  3202.  3846.  4776.  4777, 
5146,  5755.  6151,  6309,  6621,  7165.  7503.  7659. 
7782,  8034.  8304.  8305.  8521.  8522.  10260.  10524 

Phillips.  T.  W..  Gas  and  OU  Co 1874 

Piedmont  Gas  Co . 3466 

Pike  Natural  Gas  Co 125,  2500 

Pinckneyville.  Ill 7658 

Porter.  H.  J—.- ^'B*^ 

Portland  General  Electric  Co 2310 

Power  Authority  of  State  of  New  York__  5019,  7033,  8338 

Producing   Properties,  Inc 1157 

Public  Service  Company  of  Indiana,  Inc 6424 

Public  Utility  District  No.  1.  Washington: 

Chelan  County 1112 

Cowlitz  County 6622 

Klickitat  County 7420 

Skamania  County *059 

Snohomish  County ■ 7576 

Wahkiakum   County 6630 

Public  Utility  District  No.  2,  Washington;  Grant 

County 597 

Puckett.  L.  H..  and  others..^ 2641 

Puget  Sound  Power  &  Light  Co 1684 

Pure  Oil  Co 3663 

Ramsey.   H.   NedwiU 2500 

Rancho  Oil  Co -    8;*2 

Rasberry,  Elge.  and  others —  po,  1154 

Rebstock  &  Reeves  Drilling  Co 8960 

Reclamation  Bureau,  Falcon  Project.  Rio  Grande 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


River. 


8995 

Redland'pipellne  Co..  and  others 2543 

Republic  Natural  Gas  Co..  and  others ^__-  1707,  1742 

Riley  &  Scott,  and  others 1949 

Rine,  R.  W.,  Drillinfe  Co 325 

Robinson,  L.  L-__ — : - — -"«   ,2il 

Rock  Hill  Oil  Co 656.  1786 

Rockland  Light  and  Power  Co ^ 1502 

Rudco  Oil  and  Gas  CO *057 

Rushmore  G.  &  T.  Electric  Cooperative.  Inc 1553 

Rutherford,  P.  R.,  and  others V™." ;;;«•  iioo 

Rycade  Oil  Corp.,  and^others , —  6725.  6728.  6729 

Salt  Dome  Production  Co___ _      ____    8469 

San  Diego  Gas  &  Electric  Co 88.  2458.  8035 

Sanger.  Floyd  C.  and  Marguerite  P..  and  others 328 

San  Joaquin  Irrigation  District 1209 

Saturn  Oil  &  Gas  Co.,  Inc -^    3663 

Schober,  Henry  I.,  and  others _ 1078 

Scranton  Electric  Co.J HH 

Scranton  Spring  Brook  Water  Service-  Co 5810.  6360 

Seaboard  Oil  Co.  .and  others _ ----    2542 

Sears,  H.  F_- 2157.  3847.  5546 

Servicios  Electricos  De  Piedras  Negras.  S.  A 5428 

o  pnro  rH       AlocVa  __  —  ..  —  —  —  —  .  ——■•—       4oD«l 

Shamrcick  Oil  &G»s"corp" III' 1155,  2157. 2542,  3297, 3917 

Sheldon  Gas  Co 9303 

Shell  Oil  Co 843,  1705,  8469.  8516,  8722.  8730 

Sierra  Nevada  Power  Co -"-zz;:^  HiH? 

Sierra  Pacific  Power  Co 1209.  1786.  2393.  7781 

Signal  Oil  and  Gas  Co 281 

Simmons.  Jay.  and  others z— zx„  ?„?° 

Sinclair  Oil  &  Gas  Co 856. 1458.  2798,  7033.  8726.  8727 

SkeUy  Oil  Co 257.  328.  438.  657.  1211, 

1423.  2501.  3133.  3144.  3663.  6150.  8727.  a72i 

Slippery  Rock  Heat  &  Light  Co .  _.    2132 

smith.  H.  R..  and  others 2132.  2294,  2295 

Smith.'  Dr.  P.  E V-We-^  ^oA? 

Sohio  Petroleum  Co - — -  70K  1569.  9391 

Sokla  Gasoline  Co..  and  others 1742 

South  Carolina  Electric  &  Gas  Co_- 1950, 2259 

Southeastern  Gas  Co — 3202 

Southeastern  Power  Administration 9439 

Allatoona  project 1211.8742.8781 

John  H.  Kerr  project 5848 

Southern  California  Edison  CO 16M,  1917 

Southern  Natural  Gas  Co zzzz—^z^SaA^A 

1554.   1615.   1616.   1874.  2542.  2605.   6397.  9439 

Southern  Nevada  Power  Co— 2259.3464.3882.6150 

Southern  Production  Co.,  Inc..  and  others    _-___-     225, 

1569. 2642, 2706,  2855,  7837,  8519 
Southland  Royalty  Co ^873 


FEDERAL  POWER  COMMISSION— Continued  ^»8« 

"Hearings,  etc. — Continued 

Southwest  Gas  Corp 1250 

Southwest  Oas  Producing  Co.,  Inc 8730,8731 

Standard  OU  Company  of  Texas 5765, 8727 

StanoUnd  Oil  and  Gas  Co 255, 

281,  825.  847.  1570.  2203.  2500.  2501.  2641.  3662, 
5646,  6796,  8518,  8523.  8726.  8731. 

Stewart.  Dan  W..  and  others_ 2798 

Stoddard,  J.  B..  and  others 7657 

Sun  Oil  Co..  and  others.-  825.  2205.  2706.  8383.  8730.  9391 
Sun  Oil  Co  (Mid-Continent  Division)  and  others.-     1707 

Sunray  Mid-Continent  Oil  Co 255.  825,  7575.  8201 

Superior  OU  Co 1500,4033.8220.8604 

Tallman,  Vernon  M.  P 1158 

TamboreUo.  Anthony  J.,  and  others 1155 

TekoU   Corp 656 

Tennessee  Gas  Transmission  Co 342, 

1249.  1616,  1787.  2418,  2542,  3087.  3917.  4938. 
7637.  8033.  9077.  10284.  10321. 

Tennessee  Natural  Gas. Lines.  Inc 657,1158 

^    Texas  Co.,  and  others 88, 

^  327,  409,  1249,  1706,  3133.  6201,  6723,  7783,  8033, 

8519.  8604.  8722.  8723,  9390. 

Texas  Co.  (Operator),  and  others 8723.8734 

Texas  Eastern  Penn- Jersey  Transmission  Corp..    2394. 

3297,  6550,  7922 
Texas  Eastern  Production  Corp.,  and  others___  2310, 6875 

Texas  Eastern  Transmission  Corp 2394, 

i  2797,  3264,  3918.  5947.  6049.  6550,  6724,  6725. 

«  6875,  6876.  6894.  6895.  7922.  9390, 

Texas  Gas  Corp 9391 

Texas  Oas  Transmission  Corp 3465. 

5545,  5631,  7011.  7163.  8606,  9439.  10320 

Texas  Gulf  Producing  Co 9588.9589 

Texas  Illinois  Natural  Gas  Pipeline  Co 1192. 

2500. 6201.  10284 

Texas  Natural  Gasoline  Corp___-_ 8221 

Tex-Penn  OU  k  Gas  Corp 1708 

Tide  Water  Associated  OU  Co__-  825.  850. 1500. 1789,  2501 

Tidewater  OU  Co.— 6797,8517,8721,8725 

Tipton  County  Utilities  Co..  Inc.__ _ 1788 

Toklan  Production  Co.,  and  others 10524 

Tompkinsville,  Ky >. 8125 

Trahan.  J.  C.  and  others 915. 1154 

Trans-Carolina  Pipeline  Corp 3466.4533 

Transcontinental  Gas  Pipe  Line  Corp.,  and  others..  124, 
255, 256, 436,  437, 597. 978. 1375, 1669, 2705,  3264, 
4533,  6073,  6423.  7033.  10185. 

Trans-Penn  Transit  Corp 4261,  5338 

Trans-Tex  Drilling  Co.,  and  others 9152 

TuUoch  Project,  Oakdale  and  South  Joaquin  Irri- 
gation Districts. 8999 

Turner,  C.  Maynard,  and  others 1553 

Turner,  J.  Glenn,  and  others 1054 

Union  OU  Company  of  California,  and  others 1112. 

3916. 5726. 6497.  7744 
Union  OU  and  Gas  Corporation  of  Louisiana..  6723.  9914 

Union  Producing  Co. - 1669.2898.7035 

United  Carbon  Co 1917.3087 

United  Equipment  Co..  and  others 2204 

United  Fuel  Gas  Co 4835.  5381.  5874.  7012.  8381 

'  United  Gas  Improvement  Co 7195 

United  Gas  Pipe  Line  Co 656. 

1279.  1669.  2419.  2500.  2855.  2898.  3664.  4370. 
4938.  4978.  7035.  8032.  8524. 

United  Producing  Co..  Inc 1155 

Utah  Power  L  Light  Co 1553 

Vanceburg.  Ky 328 

Vanson  Production  Corp..  and  others -._    6308 

Vaughn.  G.  H —     8155 

Virginia  Electric  and  Power  Co.,  and  others 3845 

Warner.  Prank  A —    2640 

Warren  Petroleum  Corp 8125 

Warrior  River  Electric  Cooperative  Assn^ 1054 

Washington  Gas  Light  Co.. ---     3918 

Washingt<m  Water  Power  Co , _  3035. 5544 

Webster,  C.  B 8732 

s  Welch,  Nancy  Lewis,  and  others ^ 281 

Welori  Lumber  Co 6359 

Welsh.  James  R --    8520 

West  Tennessee  Oas  Co 6875 

West,  Wesley ^  87.32 

Western  Colorado  Power  Co___ _-. -  1054,8998 

Western  Kentucky  Oas  Co 10184 

Western  Natural  Gas  Co..  and  others 848,3035,5947 


95 

Page 


FEDERAL  POWER  COMMISSION— Continued 

Hearings,  etc. — Continued 

Westpan  Hydrocarbon  Co 7033 

Whitaker,  Douglas 1156 

WUcox  Trend  Gathering  System,  Inc 1668, 6725 

Wimer,  Kenneth,  Jr 1706 

Winifrede  Co.,  and  others 8069 

Winn  Gas  Co.,  and  others 5199 

Wisconsin  Valley  Improvement  Co ___ 702 

Woods,  Harold  H.,  and  others 3135 

Woods.  Harold  L..  Sr..  and  others 2394 

Wrangell.  Alaska 1571 

WunderUch  Development  Co 656. 1874 

Wjrmore  Oil  Co.,  and  others 1569 

Zebulon  Oas  Association,  Inc 2017 

Ziebold,  WUliam  O.,  and  others 1742 

FEDERAL  REGISTER  ADMINISTRATIVE  COMMITTEE: 
Elimination  of  requirement  for  legal  size  paper  for 
typewriwen    originals.   Ulustrations   and    tabu- 
lar material 4899 

FEDERAL  REGISTER  DIVISION: 
Records.  non-Pederal;  retention  requirements.    See 
main  heading  Records. 
FEDERAL    RESERVE    SYSTEM,    BOARD    OF    GOV- 
ERNORS: 
Bank  holding  companies: 
Annual  reports  of;  proposed  adoption  of  Form  P.  R, 

Y-«  to  be  used  for  filing  of 10258 

Bank  holding  company's  subsidiary  banks  owning 

shares  of  non-banking  companies 10472 

Forms;  adoption  of  listed  forms: 
Ftorm  P.  R.  Y-1  to  be  used  for  making  applica- 

•  tion  for  prior  approval  by  Board  of  action 
resulting  in  establishment  of  bank  holding 
company,  proposed  adoption  of . 7654 

Form  P.  R.  Y-2 — for  making  application  for  prior 
approval    of   acquisition    of    certain    bank 

shares 3971.  6887 

IV>rm  P.  R.  Y-5 — for  use  by  bank  holding  com- 
panies in  registering  with  Board 4638.6087 

Form  P.  R.  Y-6 — for  filing  of  annual  reports. 

proposed  adoption a. -. 10258 

Registration,  definitions,  acquisition  of  bank  shares 
or  '  assets,   hearings  and   proceedings,  reports 

and  examinations,  penalties,  etc 3658,  5686 

Extension  of  time  within  wnich  bank  holding- 
company  may  register -;^—    6887 

Form  to  be  used  for  prior  approval  of  acquisition 

of  bank  shares 3971,6887 

Form  to  be  used  for  registration 4638, 6887 

Banking  corporations  authorized  to  do  foreign  bank- 
ing business  imder  section  25  (a),  Federal  Re- 
serve Act;  revision  and  redesignation 1867,9899 

Credit  by  brokers,  dealers,  and  members  of  National 
Securities  Exchanges;  general  accounts: 

Extensions  of  time;  four-day  period 2812 

General  rule ;  time  in  which  deposit  may  be  made.    2812 
Liquidation  in  lieu  of  deposit: 
FV)ur-day  period  allowed  for  obtaining  deposit.  _    2812 

"Three-day  riding";  deletion 2812 

Defense  mobilization  responsibilities  for  preparedness 
measures  relating  to  monetary  and  bank  credit 
policies  and  programs 1127 

•  Discount  rates: 
Advances  and  discounts  for  member  banks  imder 

^sections  13  and  13a;  rates 2601,7142 

Change  in  percentage  rate  for  Federal  Reserve 

Bank  of  Chicago 2719 

Advances  to  member  banks  under  section  10  (b) ; 

rates 2601,  7143 

Change' in"  percentage  rate  for  Federal  Reserve 

Bank  of  Chicago 2719 

Advances  to  persons  other  than  member  banks; 

rates 2601.  7143 

Change  in  "percentage  rate  for  Federal  Reserve 

Bank  of  Chicago 2719 

Financing  institutions  under  section  13b,  rates  to.-     7143 
Change  in  percentage  rate  for  Federal  Reserve 
'  Bank  of  St.  Louis  on  certain  discoimts  or 

purchases 2601 

Industrial  or  commercial  businesses  under  section 

13b.  rates —    7143 

Change  in  percentage  rate  on  advances  by  Fed- 
eral Reserve  Bank  of  Chicago 2719 


96 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


Page 


1094 


FEDERAL    RESERVplYSTEM,    BOARD    OF    GOV- 
ERNORS— Continued 

Discount  rates — Continued 

Industrial  or  commercial  businesses  under  section 
13b,  rates— Continued 
Change  in  percentage  rate  on  loans  for  Federal 

Reserve  Bank  of  Atlanta 2601 

Foreign  banking  or  other  foreign  financing  under 
Federal  Reserve  Act,  corporations  doing;  scope, 
definitions,  organization,  ownership,  operations  # 

abroad,  limitations,  etc 1867,  9899 

Hearings,  etc.;  notice  of  institution  of  proceeding  and 
public  hearing  with  respect  to  capital  stock  and 
funds  of  Continental  Bank  and  Trust  Company, 

Salt  Lake  City.  Utah 6524 

Loans  by  banks  for  purpose  of  purchasing  or  carrying 
registered  stocks: 
Effect  of  registration  of  stock  subsequent  to  mak- 
ing of  loan — 

Treatment  of  certain  loans  for  securities  other  than 
registered  stock,  particularly  convertible  bonds 
or  debentures,  as  such  loans,  proposed  rule 

making 7960,8891 

National  Voluntary  Mortgage  Credit  Extension  Com- 
mittee, representation  on —  10189 

Payment  of  interest  on  deposits : 
Definitions;  savings  deposit,  restriction  on  classifica- 
tion of  deposits  as.  proposed  rule  makingl 10417 

Interest  on  time  deposits  with  alternate  maturities.     6269 
Maximum  rates  of  interest  payable  on  time  and  sav- 
ings deposits  by  member  banks 1276,  9691 

Reserves  of  member  banks;  definitions,  savings  de- 
posit, restriction  on  classification  of  deposits  as, 

proposed  rule  making 10411 

Trust  powers  of  national  banks: 

Advertising  of  common  trust  funds 1483 

Assignment  of  common  trust  fund  Income  to  bank..    1482 
FEDERAL  SAVINGS  AND  LOAN  INSURANCE  COR- 
PORATION.   See  Federal  Home  Loan  Bank  Board. 
FEDERAL  SAVINGS  AND  LOAN  SYSTEM.     See  Fed- 
eral Home  Loan  Bank  Board. 

FEDERAL  TRADE  COMMISSION: 
Cease  and  desist  orders: 

Aaron,  Bebe 2560 

Aaron,  E.  A.,  &  Bros..  Inc 10273 

A^ams,  Robert  H — —  3624 

Alaska  Packers  Assn , 3623 

Aldorf,  Anthony  J.  and  James  W 5482 

Allied  Cordage  Co ^ 2560 

Alpert,  Irving 679 

American  Antimony  Co 458 

American  Broadloom  Carpet  Co 73T2 

American  Floor  Covering  Co 7372 

American  Hospital  and  Life  Insurance  Co 2979 

American  Manufacturing  Co 3724 

American-Marietta   Co 8811 

'    American  Mills  Outlet  Co.. _—,_-. 7372 

American  Packing  Co -  3623 

American  Quilt  Manufacturing  Co 9640 

American  Silverware  Bureau . 3900 

Amity  Mills.  Inc _ 5717 

Anderson.  R.  D 3900 

Arkwright  Accessories,  Inc . 552 

Atlas  Cordage  Co 256ft 

Banner  Warehouse  of  Wilson,  Inc__ 6970 

Barclay  Home  Products,  Inc _—  1561 

Barker.  S.  A 2125 

Barker.  S.  A..  Co L 2125 

Barnett.  Raymond 2560 

Barnett.   Sol 458 

Bauer  Cannery,  Inc 5646 

Beatty.  Jack 4428 

Becker,    David : 3456 

Becker,   Richard 4272 

Becker  &  Bums  Furriers i 3456 

Beckerman,  Abraham .  9562 

Beckerman  Pur  Corp 9562 

Beckman-Hammer  Furs 9289 

Bedno,  Aima  and  Jacob., 1268 

Beltone  Hearing  Aid  Co 1415 

Benioff,  Fred,  Co 9339 

Benjamin  Briar  Pipe  Co.,  Inc - ,, -  9744 

Benjamin,  Leo  and  Sarah .. 9744 

Berger,  William ». L-  2126 


FEDERAL  TRADE  COMMISSION— Continued  p«b« 

Cease  and  desist  orders — Continued 

Berke,  Arnold 6*^9 

Berko.  Howard  and  Robert  L 4868 

Big  Dixie  Warehouse  Co.,  In^ 6970 

Blakeslee,  Herbert  G 5482 

Block,  Leonard  and  Melvin  A 6058 

Block.  Lewis  S.  and  Lillian  B 1675 

Bouldin.  Reedy  O » 3265 

Boyette  &  Deans 6970 

Braun,  Lyllian 3184 

Breck,  Joseph.  &  Sons  Corp 1415 

Breck,  Luther  A..  Jr 1415 

Brim.  Edward  E 5643 

.    Brinson.  J.  M..  R.  L..  and  R.  L.  Jr — 7524 

Broadway  Gift  Co 1415 

Brochers  Trading  Corp 696 

Brotherhood  of  Good  Samaritans  to  Victims  of 

Arthritis   9693 

Brown.  William  E 1415 

Bhinswig  Drug  Co 724 

Buchmani  Alexander  and  Louis —  1561 

Buckspan,  H.  M 4273 

Buckspan's   4273 

Burd,  O.  C 175 

Burk  Canning  Co.,  Inc 3623 

Bums,  Abraham -». 3456 

-  Business  Opportunities  Co : 6488 

Busse,  Robert  O -  3723 

Bymart-Ttntair,   Inc 7932 

California  Hearing  Center 3266 

Campbell,  Joseph.  Co 5646 

Campbell  Soup  Co 1—  5646 

Carbozite  Protective  Coatings,  Inc 1767 

Carmel.  Joseph,  Inc 553 

Carmichael.  Clemmie  L 6639 

Carter  Products.  Inc _ 8103 

Caspe,  Dr.  Joseph .. 3264 

Gating  Rope  Works,  Inc ;. -  3724 

Cavedon,  John.  Sr.  and  Jr . 4074 

Cenu  Fibres,   Ltd 4868 

Chapman.  Nathan  E 10008 

Charlet  Undergarment  Corp 1766 

Charming  Woman.  Inc..  The___-. 9563 

Chicago  Invisible  Contact  Lens  Service 1268 

Chraime.   Chabetaye 553 

City  Specialty  Stores.  Inc 6611 

Civilian  Service  Bureau 8237 

Clark's  Warehouse 6970 

Clover  Farm  Stores  Corp 3145 

Cohen.  Samuel  R* 551 

Cohoon.  Howard  S 697 

Columbia  River  Packers  Assn.,  Inc 3623 

Columbian   Rope  Co —  3724 

Comfort  Zone  Corp 793^ 

Comforte.  Ine* 10008 

Consolidated  Brokerage  Co_^ 4428 

"   Cope.  William  D 6488 

Copper  Delta  Sea  Food  Co 1197 

Cord-Tex   Co 2560 

Cordage  Importers  Association,  Inc 2560 

Cordage  Institute 3724 

Cordova  District  Fisheries  Union.. 1197 

Cordova  Fish  &  Cold  Storage  Co 1197 

■    Comsweet.  Arthur  L , 9289 

Cory  Corp 5482 

Courshon,  Gilbert 175 

Cozart-Eagles  and  Co 6970 

Craig.  Kenneth  Y 5482 

Crawley.  John  J 9563 

Credit  TV  Service. 4394 

Crowell,  Thomas  Y.,  Co 1698 

Crystal,  David,  Inc 1560 

Cupples  Co.  Manufacturers 3724 

D.  C.  Invisy3le  Contact  Lens  Service 1268 

Davis  Cordage  Co 2560 

de  Elorza.  John.  Julio,  and  Pearl -  2560 

De  Gorter.  Jacques  and  Suze . •  3873 

Demany.  David 4228 

Detra  Watch  Co.,  Inc 3144 

Dex  Pharmacal  Co 6639 

Dexter  Thread  Mills,  Inc 5644 

Dioptron  Co .  1416 

Dodge,  Ray  E 2601 

Dodge  Incorporated 2601 

Dolcin  Corp 7022. 9287 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


97 


FEDERAL  TRADE  COMMISSION— Continued 
Cease  and  desist  orders — Continued  -  ' 

Drath,  Carl . 

Dressel-Collins  Fish  Co - - 

Drew,  K  P..  L  Co.,  Inc 

Druggists'   Supply  Corp : 

Durlacher  and  Co.,  Inc 

Durr  Drug  Co 

Duryee,  Henry  R.  and  Mildred 

Edelman.  Richard  M : 

EUers,  Fred 

Elmo,   Inc 

Empire  Woolen  Mills ' 

Evans  Apparel  Co 

Evans  Fur  Co 

Pairyfoot 

Falls  Yarn  Mills.  Inc 

Farm  Journal.  Inc 

Farmers  Warehouse 

Farwest  Fisherman,  Inc 

Feller.  Charles  and  Oscar 

Feller's,  Inc 

Ferlazzo,  C 

Fink.  Morris  and  Sadie 

Fink,  Sidney  C 

Fischer,  Frances  M 

Fisherman  &  Allied  Workers  Division,  Local  No.  3, 
International  Longshoreman  &  Warehouse- 
men's Union 

Fishermen's  Packing  Corp. 

Fitler.  Edwin  H.,  Co 

Flavor  Seal  Corp 

Flint  Invisible  Contact  Lens  Service 

Floersheim,  S..  Sales  Co 

Floersheim,  Sydney 

Florida  Citrus  Exchange 

Food  Town.  Inc . — 

Porrester.-Don — 

Pt.  Wayne  Invisible  Contact  Lens  Service 

Poster  Canning.  Inc 

Pox,  Charles  K 

Pox,  I.  J..  Inc 

Franklin  Simon 

Friday  Harbor  Canning  Co 

Pried.  Ralph  A 

Prledland.  Nat 

Friedman.  Lester 

•     Fruitvale  Canning  Co — _ 

Fur  k  Wool  Mills.  Inc 

G  It  Z  Brokerage  Co - 

Oane  Economy  Club,  Inc 

General  Foods  Corp..* 

General  Products 

General  Twine  Corp 

George's  Radio  and  Television  Co.,  Inc 

Gerber,  Charles 

Oilman  Brothers,  Inc 

Gleason.  M.  J 

Glove  City  Chamois  Co.,  Inc 

Goldberg,  Harry 

Goodman,  Abel  Allan 

Gottlieb,  Uona  and  Maximillian 

Gould,  Clyde  M.,  Freda  M.,  and  William  L 

Gould's,  Inc 

GraLs.  Rubin.  L  Sons ■ 

Greenglaf^,   Hyman 

Greenglass  Distributing  Corp 

Oren  Corp 

Grenamyer.  Charles  E 

Griffith  and  McCarthy,  Inc 

Grosse.  Mildred 

Growers  Cooperative  Warehouse,  Inc _ — 

Grzeslek,  Prank 

Guaranteed  Silverware  Distributors 

Gundlach.  Herbert  L . 

Hal^Mark  Studios - 

Hammer,  Harry  L 

Hankins  Container  Co 

Harper  ti  Bros 

Harris,  Homer 

Harris,  Irving  Z.  and  Pauline  B 

Harriss  Sales  Corp 

Hart,  Leo  J , 

Hartman,  Hugo 

Hauptman,  Jacob .— — 

Hauser,  Catherine 


Pag* 

1416 
3623 
7145 

724 
5799 

724 
8267 
5798 
6996 
1767 
10481 
7269 
7268 
.5189 
4074 
5799 
6970 
3623 
2602 
2602 

679 

678 
5645 
5643 


8211 
3623 
3724 
5482 
1269 
4272 
4272 
10125 

679 
6996 
1268 
5646 
7761 
7761 
6611 
3623 
5645 
9744 
2125 
5189 
4272 
4428 
6996 
1588 
1122 
2560 

220 
1766 

724 
7933 
6127 
7934 
2169 
10481 
5644 
5644 
3184 
5801 
5801 
5575 
5575 
2127 
6824 
6970 
4314 
3900 
8237 

175 
9289 
3724 
2411 
9339 
6639 
6970 
7566 
5482 
7372 
6127 


FEDERAL  TRADE  COMMISSION— Continued  p^ 
Cease  and  desist  orders — Continued 

Hausfeld,  Philip 4868 

Hayr  Chemical  Co.,  Inc 3263 

Heater,  Lewis  I 3265 

Heinz,  H.  J..  Co 5645 

Herzman  Scarves,  Inc 553 

Herzman,  Stanley 553 

High  Penn  Oil  Co..  Inc 7523 

Hirzel  Canning  Co 5646 

Hoehne.  W.  H 9404 

Hoffman.  Fay  and  Milton 8267 

Holm.  John  A 3266 

Hooven  &  Allison  Co 3724 

Houghton  Mifflin  Co . 1267 

Hubbard.  D.  Stack 175 

Hudnut  Sales  Co..  Inc 2602 

Hudson    Products .^^ 6058 

Hull.  John,  Cutlers  Corp 2126 

Hull,  John,  Silvei-smiths,  Inc 2126 

Hunt  Poods  of  Ohio,  Inc . 5646 

Hursh,  Alexander  and  Lucille  M 6996 

Illinois  Traveling  Men's  Health  Assn 7759 

Independent  Cordage  Co 2560 

Independent  Twine  &  Yarn  Co.,  Inc 2560 

International  Association  of  Photographers 4314 

International  Longshoremen  &  Warehousemen's  Un- 
ion, Fishermen  &  Allied  Workers  Division,  Lo- 
cal No.  3 8213 

International  Motels,  Inc 3265 

International  Weaving  Industries,  Inc 1929 

Invisible  Lens  Service 7934 

Invisible  Reweaving  Institute 10273 

Island  Seafoods,  Inc 3455 

Jackson,  Thomas,  &  Son  Co 3724 

Jacobs.  Charles  A..  David,  and  Sidney 1767 

Jamee  Knit  Hosiery  Mills,  Inc 7182 

Jimenez,  Catherine  and  Joseph 4394 

Johnson  &  Johnson 7933 

Jones. -Forrest  A 3266 

Ju-El  Manufacturing  Co.,  Inc 8536 

K.  Whales  Co 5410 

Kalech,  Nathan 3264 

Kalwajtys,  Bernlce,  Ray  S.,  Walter  J.,  and  Weron- 

Ika ._-  1122 

Kamhi.  Joseph,  Julius,  and  Ralph 8536 

Kaplan,  AiuiR - 6128 

Kaplan,  N.  L.,  Inc 6128 

Kaslow,  Jack 5410 

Katz,   Herman 551 

Katz.    Wallace 1929 

Kauffman-Lattimer  Co . 724 

Kedvale  Pharmacal  Co 7933 

Kelly.  R.  A..  Co 3724 

Kiefer-Stewart   Co.: 1 724 

King  Crab.  Inc 3455 

King  Optical  Company 1269 

Kline.  Samuel  B.  and  Mrs.  Samuel  B 2560 

Kordol  Corp.  of  America 1675 

Kretzman,  A.  A.,  Inc 2560 

Kuhn.  J.  J 2601 

L.  &  S.  Sales  Co 5410 

L.  W.  Mail  Order  Survey 1931 

L.   W.  Publishers 1931 

Lake  Erie  Canning  Co.  of  Sandusky 5646 

Lakis.  John 8654 

Landau,  Max  E 2126 

Lane-Lease  Co.,  Inc 3145 

Lansing  Invisible  Contact  Lens  Service 1269 

Larsen,   Myrtle   L 3264 

Lavin.  Morris  S 9288 

Le  Ann  Fine  Furs,  Inc .— 4227,6011 

LeBlanc.  Dudley  J.  and  Dudley  J.  Jr 554 

LeBlanc  Medicine  Company,  Inc :  554 

Leeward  Mills  (also  Lee  Ward) :^  5645 

Lelles.  Arthiu-  T 8810 

Lester  Pianos.  Inc 6487 

Levites,  William 3145 

Lincoln  Institute 3723 

Lincoln  Training  Service 3723 

Little,  Brown  and  Co.,  Inc 1268 

Luxurious  Woollens,  Ltd 3643 

Macy,  R.  H.,  &  Co.,  Inc 10480 

Magnesium  Companyr  of  America,  Inc .  458 

Mugnus.   Jerome 7268 

Manus,  Louis ,. . 2560 


80000—67- 


-13 


98 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


FEDERAL  TRADE  COMMISSION— Continued  ^^ 
Cease  and  desist  orders — Continued 

Marks.  Abe__ -  696 

Marks.  Morris  B 4228 

Martin.  J.  C,  Corp -  6410 

Martin.  John  D - 10273 

Martin.  Onesta  Marie  (Lula) , 554 

—     Martinson,  Jos.,  &  CO.,  Inc . 5313 

Maryland  Baking  Co 5574 

Mason,  John 4314 

Maurer.  Louis  D 5715 

Mawson.  DeMany  Forbes 4223 

Mayberry.  Albert  I__w-__ _ - —  3265 

McCaffrey,  Joseph  A 3266 

Mccarty,  L.  P 3624 

McClure,  O.  J.,  Talking  Pictures 10009 

McCorvey,  James  N 6314 

McDaniel,  J.  S. —  3724 

McPike.  Inc - 724 

Meltzer,  Abraham  L.  and  Herman  H 7269 

Meskin.  Hyman 5575 

Metcalf,  S.  W 3724 

Mid-States  Frogen  Food  Marketers,  Inc 10273 

Mid-West  Cordage  Co 2560 

Midwest  Scientific  Co 1269 

Miles,  W.  S.,  Jr 3724 

Milner  Products  Co : 696 

Milner,  Hershel 693 

Milner,  R.  E.  Dumas 697 

Minor.  Henry  H..  Jr -—  7566 

Minor.  P.  W.,  ii  Son.  Inc. - 7566 

Mintzer,  Milton  L..  Co 2560 

Minute  Maid  Corp 6129 

•     Mitchell.  Ray  M.  and  Betty  C i 4314 

Mohr.  Mitchell  S 4272 

Mond.   William 4272 

Murano.  John i. 7934 

Nadlef.   Jacob 1767 

Natanson.  Arthur  D 3145 

Nathan,  LiUian _— 1767 

J            National  Casualty  Co 3924 

National  Fire  Safety  Coimsellors 4868 

National  Information  Service 8267 

National  Research  Co 4272 

Neuville,  Abner  B 9563 

Neuville.  Inc 9563 

New  Bedford  Cordage  Co v>- 3724 

New  England  Fish  Co 3623 

New  Planters   Warehouse 6970 

Newgarden.  Joseph,  Sr 1197 

Newhouse,  Ernest  J ---  6996 

Newhouse  Automotive  Industries 6996 

Newman.  Edward  C —  5482 

Nigbor.  Bernard  E.  and  Charles  P 5800 

Niebor  Furs,  Inc ^ 5800 

Nikides,  Stergios ~ 8654 

Nikldes  &  Lakis < 8654 

Nord,   Mack 679 

Norito  Co 2269 

North  American  Training  Center 5313 

'O'Cedar  Corp 8811 

Octa-Gane,  Inc .~~- 6996 

Ohio  Valley  Drug  Co 724 

Ohmlac  Paint  &  Refining  Co..  Inc 1767 

Old  Empire.  Inc 2559 

Olshan.   Arthur 552 

Oppenheim-CoUins - —  6611 

Oregon  Hearing  Center ^ 3266 

Orenstein.  Seymour , 5410 

Orloff  Co..  Inc — —  1067 

Orloff.  Harry.  Hyman  J.,  and  Michael 1067 

Otnow.  Israel 5799 

Outboard  Marine  &  Manufacturing  Co 5313 

.     Overton.  William 3645 

Owens,  Minor  &  Bodeker.  Inc 724 

P  Jj  D  Manufacturing  Co..  Inc 3184 

Pacific  American  Fisheries.  Inc 3623 

Panachand,  Virchand,  Si  Co.,  Inc 679 

Parks,  H.  M..  Co —  1197 

Parmacek>  Jesse 10008 

Pasteur,  Gregory 696 

Paulsen-Webber  Cordage  Corp 2560 

Pelta  Furs 3873 

'    Peoria  Cordage  Co 3724 

Peter  Commercial  Corp -  679 

Pierre  Marche,  Inc 2560 


FEDERAL  TRADE  COMMISSION— Continued  <*•<• 
Cease  and  desist  orders — Continued 

Pitts.  Thurman  L 697 

Pittsburgh  Invisible  Contact  Lens  Service... 1268 

Piatt  Wool  Corp'^.-. 4272 

Plymouth  Cordage  Co 3724 

Pojanowski.  Ted 1766 

Premier  Knitting  Co..  Inc 6126 

Premier  Pillow  Corp 4073 

Pritzker,  Abram  N.  and  Jack  N 5482 

Product  Advertising  Corp 6127 

Purse  Seine  Vessel  Owners  Association 8211 

Raich,  Paul  A 3643 

Random  House,  Inc j. 1267 

Ravel  Perfume  Corp • 5715 

Reddi-Spred  Corp 4341 

Regal  Accessories.  Inc 679 

Reiser,  Michael  J 7933 

Republic  Novelty  Co..  Inc 651 

Retail  Board  of  Trade 6643 

Rettinger.  David  and  Israel 6544 

Rettinger  Raincoat  Mfg.  Co 6544 

Revlon   Products  Corp 6638 

Rice,  Ruth  M — -  5643 

Ries.  Raymond  C 4314 

Rinek  Cordage  Co__ __ 3724 

Ritholz,  Benjamin  D.,  Fannie,  Morris  L..  Samuel  J., 

and   Sylvia 1268 

Robbins,  Ruth - - 2560 

Roberts,   Alfred __ -  6058 

Robinson,  U.  G 9693 

Rocky  Mountain  Wholesale  Co 4428 

Rogers-United   Corp 6793 

Roos.  E.  G —  3724 

Rosenberg.  Meyer 9641 

Rosenfeld.  Henry,  Inc 5221 

Rosenfelder.  S.,  ti  Son.  Inc 4272 

Roslyn  Furs.  Inc 9641 

Rotex  Products 10274 

Roth.  Abraham 9640 

Roth.  David ^ —  10274 

Roth,  Stephen  M - —  7182 

Rubin,  Donald.  Milton,  and  Robert 725 

Rubin.  M..  &  Sons.  Inc 725 

Rubinstein.  Helena.  Inc 3455 

Rudin,   Fred   D 7182 

Rugg.  E.  T..  Co 3724 

Saltzman.  Arnold  A 6126 

Sandow.  David  and  Sylvia 4227,6011 

Sattler's,    Inc 5716 

Schlegel,  Norma  H 5482 

Schoenfeld  Mills  Agency 2560 

Schraeger,   Maurice 5482 

Scott  Drug  Co.,  Inc 724 

Scovill  Manufacturing  Co 7565,8144 

Seabrook  Farms  Co 10273 

Sebastian-Stuart  Fish   Co..^ 3623 

Seeger,  John  R 1415 

Service  Life  Insurance  Co 220 

Shah,  N.  B..  N.  R..  U.  M..  and  V.  V... —  679 

Shapiro,  Joseph 5574 

Shield.  Daniel  H..  Cordage  Co 2560 

Shimmerlik,  George 9287 

Shipman.  Arch  V.  and  Robert  V 6824 

Shipman  Manufacturing  Co 6824 

Shipper,  Isador  and  Samuel 4073 

Shuford,  J.  C,  Co 2560 

Silberman,  Benjamin 7431 

Silberman.  L..  &  Sons.  Inc 7431 

Silberman.  Otto  A - —  10273 

Silverman,  Louis 4073 

Simon  and  Schuster.  Inc 1268 

Smith.  Kline  &  French.  Inc 724 

Snyder,  John  I.,  Jr - 5482 

Sorenson.  E.  P 9404 

Sorenson,  P..  Manufacturing  Co..  Inc 5575 

Southwestern  Drug  Corp 724 

Spiegel.  L  R.  F —  2269 

Stein  Brothers  Fur  Co..  Inc 9288 

Steinman,  Leonard 1766 

Sterling  Fur  Cutting  Corp 5675 

Sterling  Materials  Co.,  Inc _ —  1767 

Stem  Brothers  Jewelry  Manufacturing  Co 1560 

Stern,  Harry,  Hyman,  Irving,  and  Sylvia 1560 

Stevenson,   John 9054 

Stokely  Van-Camp,  Inc 5646 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


FEDERAL   TRADE   COMMISSION— ConHnued  <*<^ 

Cease  and  desist  orders — Continued 

Stone.  Bob.  Cordage  Co 2560 

Stone.  Max -  7268 

Stone  &  Stone.  Inc —  7268 

Storm  Advertising  Co.,  Inc 3266 

Storm.  Morry 3267 

Sumlar  Co ; 696 

Superbllt  Hosiery  Mills,  Inc 7182 

Sutliff.  Milo 9054 

Sutson.  Inc — 9054 

Swanson.  Harry 5715 

Swift.  MyrUe  F 5189 

Sykes.  Herbert  B ^ 2127 

Sykes  Hernia  Control  Service 2127 

Taft,  Charles  B 7566 

T-Lax  Products  Co 6639 

Tetley  Tea  Co.,  Inc . 3146 

TopUtt.  Lester— ^ - 5799 

Trion.  Inc — ^ 4074 

Tropic  Industries,  Inc 175 

Tropical  Trading  Co 175 

Tubbs  Cordage  Co 3724 

Twin  Jewelry  Co 1560 

Union  Bag  &  Paper  Corp 3724 

United  Chemical  Co 6639 

United  Cigar- Whelan  Stores  Corp 6127 

Utess,  R.  C 3724 

Valsey,  Samuel  B 3266 

Vaisey-Bristol  Shoe  Co.,  Inc 3266 

van  der  Linde,  Victor 9287 

Vancouver  Fur  Factory 3645 

Vanier.  John  J —  3624- 

Veltex  Co -  6639 

Virchand  Panachand  b  Co.,  Inc ^—  679 

Vogel.  Rudolph  E 5482 

Wainwrighfs.  Inc 6970 

Wall.  H.  M 3724 

Wall  Rope  Works,  Inc —  3724 

Walsh-Lumpkin  Drug  Co 724 

Wantz   Albert  T 9287 

Washington  Fish  and  Osrster  Co..  Inc 3623 

Washington  Hearing  Center 3266 

,       Washington  Mushroom  Industries.  Inc.." , 8810 

Wasserman.  George 220 

Wasserman,  Max 3643 

Waterbury  Rope  Sales  Corp w 3724 

Watson  Warehoiise  Co.,  Inc 6970 

Wayne  School,  Inc 9404 

Wayne  School  of  Practical  Nursing 9404 

Weavers  Guild — - —  2167 

We^s.  Frank  E - 3265 

Weisman,  Max ■ 7761 

Weiss,   Cecil - 175 

Weller.  J.,  Co - - 5646 

Wells    Clarence - -- -  1415 

Wemet  Etental  Manufacturing  Co.,  Inc 6058 

Westbrook  Studios 1197 

Western  Hearing  Center 3266 

Western  Star  Mill  Co_- - - 3624 

Whitlock   Cordage  Co 3724 

Whiz  Fish  Products  Co..  Inc 3623 

Wilson  Tobacco  Board  of  Trade.  Inc — —  6970 

Wilson  Warehouse  Association 6970 

Windsm-  Pen  Corp 678 

Winner.  Albert  E 7934 

WinwT  Canning  Co 5646 

Wise.  Wm.  H.,  Co 9563 

Wolff,  Leon 1931 

Woonsocket  Spinning  Co 7181 

Yardley  of  London,  Inc 2978 

Committees.    See  Industry  committees. 

Industry  committees  under  trade  practice  rules;  com- 
mittees to  be  formed  by  industries,  authority  and 

"    functions,  etc -  1174 

Applicability  to  various  industries 1174 

Records.  non-Federal;   retention  requirements.    See 
main  heading  Records. 

Trade  practice  rules: 
Accident  and  health  insurance  industry;  confer- 
ence,  notice 257 

Air-conditioning  and/or  refrigeration  contracting 

industries 3045 

Baby  chick  industry.    See  Poultry  hatching  and 

breeding  industry. 
Blueprint  and  diazotype  coaters  industry 2694,  4009 


FEDERAL   TRADE   COMMISSION— ConHnued  p<«« 

Trade  practice  rules — Continued 

Brick  and  structural  clay  tile  and  allied  products 

industry 3829 

Clay  tile.    See  Brick  and  structiu^l  clay  tile. 

Committees.    See  Industry  committees,  above. 

Diamond  industry 926 

Diazotype  and  blueprint  coaters  industry 2694.  4009 

Diimerware.  melamine,  industry 2695,  4398 

Environmental  testing  equipment  industry,  confer- 
ence     7467 

Frozen  food  industry 265 

Giunmed  paper  and  sealing  tape  industry,  industry 

committee  provision 1517,3217 

Heating  and  plumbing  industry,  wholesale;  indus- 
try  committee   provision 1517,  3833 

Insurance: 

Accident  and  health  insurance  industry.  257,  2302,  4228 
Mail  order  insurance,  advertising  and  sales  pro- 
motion of;  revocation 4407,6332 

Melamine  dinnerware  industry 2695,4398 

Metal  awning  and  allied  products  industry,  con- 
ference      7705 

Niu-sery  industry 4662 

Paint  and  varnish  bnish  manufacturing  industry, 

industry  committee  provision 1  5807,7232 

Paper,  gummed,  and  sealing  tape  industry;  indus- 
try committee  provision 1517, 3217 

Plastics   housewares   industry 2694,  4394 

Plumbing  and  heating  industry,  wholesale;  industry 

committee  provision 1517.3833 

Poultry  hatching  and  breeding  industry 612,4715 

Refrigeration  and/or  air-conditioning  contracting 

industries 3045 

School  supply  and  equipment  industry;  proposed 

rules,  hearing * 6681 

Sealing  tape  and  gummed  paper  industry,  industry 

committee  provision 1517,  3217 

Stationery,  engraved,  and  allied  products  industry 

of  New  York  City  trade  area,  hearing 3231 

Storm  window  and  door  industry;  conference,  hear- 
ing   2133, 7922 

Varnish  and  paint  brush  manufacturing  industry, 

industry  committee  provision 5807.  7232 

FELLOWSHIPS,  TRAINEESHIPS.  ETC.: 
EScecutive  Reserve  training  progrsim: 

Defense  mobilization  regulations  respecting.     See 
Defense  Mobilization.  OflBce  of. 

Executive  Order  10660  respecting 1117 

Persons  from  certain  foreign  countries  permitted  to 
receive  instruction  at  Military.  Naval,  and  Air 

Force  Academies  (Executive  Order  10661) 1315 

Public  health   training  grants.    See  Public   Health 

Service. 
Vocational  rehabilitation  training  and  research  fel- 
lowships: administrative  procedure.     See  Voca- 
tional Rehabilitation.  OfiQce  of. 

FIRE     PREVENTION     WEEK,     1956      (Proclamation 

3149) ..__- —    6081 

FISH   AND  WILDLIFE  SERVICE: 

Alaska: 
Animals,  birds,  and  game  fishes,  taking  of.    See 

Wildlife  protection. 
Fisheries,  commercial: 
Definitions : 

Gill  net  mesh;  addition  of  words  "applied  to 

each  mesh" 1773 

Representative,  local,  of  Fish  and  Wildlife  Serv- 
ice; substitution  of  "Administrator  of 
Alaska   Commercial   Fisheries"   for   "Re-  r 

gional   Director" 1773  "^ 

Waters  of  Alaska. 4932, 5375,  5446 

General  provisions: 

Boats  and  gear,  registration  of 2176 

Personal  use  fishery: 
Prohibited    with    commercial    gear,    excep- 
tion  - -.   1773, 2472 

Snagging  of  salmon  prohibited,  revocation.-     1774 
Reports  required  of  fishery  operators: 
For  statistical  purposes,  of  any  disposition 
of  fish  or  shellfish  not  processed  within 

statutory  48-hour  time  limitations 1773 

Retention  1  year  after  furnishing  to  Service-    2472 


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ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


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1010 


FISH  AND  WILDLIFE  SERVICE— Continued 

Alaska — Continued 

Fisheries,  commercial — Continued 

Salmon;  herring,  shellfish,  and  personal  use  fish- 
ery; vari6us  areas: 
See  also  General  provisions. 
Alaska  Peninsula—  1774.  4872.  4932,  5446,  6197.  6301 

Aleutian  Islands^ -  1775,  5446 

Bering   River-Yakataga 1778 

Bristol   Bay 1774, 2472,  4668.  4932.  4967, 

5059,    5136,  5191,  5293.  5330,  5446,  5487.  5585 

Chignik 1775.  4967.  5646 

Cook  Inlet 1776.  2472.  3726.  4932.  5446 

Copper  River t 1778 

High  seas  (north  of  Alaska  Penninsula).    See 
North  Pacific, 

Kodiak —  1775.2568.6025 

Kotzebue-Yukon-Kuskokwim 4932.  5446 

North  Pacific 4932.5059.5447 

.Prince  William  Sound —  1777.2473.3726 

Resurrection  Bay 4932.5446.6223 

I  Southeastern  Alaska: 

Fisheries  other  than  salmon: 

Closed  areas;  termination  of  closure  of 
certain  closed  areas  and  creation  of 
others,    substitution    of    "1956"    for 

"1955" 1780 

Definitions _ 4932,  5447 

Herring  fishery: 

Herring  quotas 1010.  5447 

Restricted  fishing  near  Sitka,  Craig,  and 

in  northern  waters 1010 

Shellfish     (crabs    and    shrimp)     fishery; 
closed  seasons: 
■  _  Dungeness  crabs;   deletion  of  "Sumner 

Strait" 1778 

Shrimp;  substitution  of  "March  1"  for 

"February  15",  effective  1956  only.. 

Salmon  fisheries:  ' 

General  regulations: 

Closed  areas;  termination  of  closure  of 

certain  closed  areas  and  creation  of 

others,  substitution  of   "1956"   for 

"1955" 1780 

Definitions ;  size  of  purse  seines  and  leads.    5447 
In  certain  districts: 

Clarence  Strait  District 1779. 

1780, 2473. 3726.  5447,  6546 

Eastern  District 1779. 

1780. 2473. 3726.  5447.  6223.  6957 
Icy  Strait  District.  1778, 1780.  4932.  5447.  5824 
South  Prince  of  Wales  Island  District. . .    1780. 

5447.  6546 

Southern  District 1780.3726.5447 

Stikine  District 1779.1780,2473,5447.6957 

Sumner  Strait  District—  1779. 1780.  5136.  5447 

Western  Ertstrict 1778. 1780.  5447 

Yakutat 1778,  3726 

Yukon-Kuskokwim.  See  Kotzebue-Yukon-Kus- 
kokwim. 
Pishing: 
Commercial.    See  Fisheries,  commercial. 
Game  fishes,  taking  of.    See  Wildlife  protection. 
Leases,  for  space  in  real  estate  in  Alaska;  authority 

respecting 1374 

Outboard  motors,  for  use  in  Alaska,  purchase  of: 

authority  respecting 1374 

Taking  of  animals,  birds,  and  game  fishes.     See 

Wildlife  protection. 
Wildlife  protection: 
Alaska  Game  Commission;  regulations  respect- 
ing guides,  poisons,  etc.     See  main  heading 
Alaska  Game  Commission. 

Taking  of  animals,  birds,  and  game  fishes ..   698. 

2414.  5222 
Authority,  delegations  of: 
See  also  Organization. 
From  Secretary  of  Interior,  to  Director,  respecting 

Fisheries  Loan  Fund 8032 

Birds  (migratory,  game.  etc.).  taking  of.  etc.     See 
Alaska;  and  Hunting  and  possession  of  wildlife. 
Commercial  Fisheries  Bureau: 
Director;  exercise  of  certain  authority  of  former 

Director  of  Fish  and  Wildlife  Service 8513 


FISH  AND  WILDLIFE  SERVICE— Continued  ^X* 

Commercial  Fisheries  Bureau — Continued 
Establishment,  and  responsibilities  relating  to  com- 
mercial fisheries,  whales,  seals,  and  sea-lions 

and  related  matters 8513 

Continuance  in  effect  of  regulations 8483 

Contracts,  for  construction,  supplies  and  services,  and 
purchase  of  outboard  motors  for  use  in  Alaska; 

authority  respecting 1374 

Cooperative  refuges.    See  Wildlife  conservation  areas. 
Federal  aid  to  States  in  wildlife  restoration.    See 
States. 

Fisheries  Loan  Fund . 7990 

Authority  of  Director  respecting;  delegation  from 

Secretary  of  Interior 8032 

Loan  procedures;  making  loans  for  financing  op- 
erations, maintenance,  repair,  etc..  of  fishing 
gear  and  vessels,  and  for  research  into  basic 

problems  of  fisheries 7990,8973 

Fishing  and  fisheries : 

Gear  and  vessels,  fishing;  loans  for  maintenance. 

repair,  etc.   See  Fisheries  Loan  Fund. 
In  Alaska  (commercial  fisheries,  and  taking  of  game 

fishes).    See  Alaska. 
In  wildlife  conservation  areas.    See  Wildlife  con- 
servation areas. 
,    Loan  Fund,  Fisheries,  authority  respecting,  and  loan 
procedures.     See  Fisheries  Loan  Fund. 
Northwest  Atlantic  commercial  fisheries;  haddock 
provisions  (fishing,  gear,  exemption  of  certain 

vessels,  etc.) 4015,7297 

Oame  mammals;  transportation  to  and  from  Mexico. 

See  Hunting  and  possession  of  wildlife. 
Gear  and  vessels,  fishing;  loans  for  maintenance,  re- 
pair, etc.    See  Fisheries  Loan  Fund. 
Haddock  provisions,  for  commercial  fisheries;    See 

Fishing  and  fisheries. 
Hawaii,  leases  for  space  in  real  estate  in;  authority 

respecting 1374 

Hunting  and  possession  of  wildlife: 
See  also  Alaska:  wildlife  possession. 
Areas  closed  to  hunting,  designation  of.  under  Mi- 
gratory Bird  Treaty  Act;   certain  lands  and 
waters  adjacent  to  Aransas  National  Wildlife 

Refuge.   Texas 6513 

Game    mammals;    transportation    to    and    from 

Mexico  — 6595 

Migratory  birds  (take,  seasons,  transport,  etc.).  6596, 6767 
Depredations  by  certain  birds: 

California,  agricultural  areas  of;  order  permit- 
ting killing  of  waterfowl  and  coot  to  pro- 
tect crops  in 336 

Coots,  in  counties  of  Fresno.  Kern.  Kings. 

Madera.  Merced.  Stanislaus  and  Tulare.      678 

Revocation  of  order 2414 

Widgeon  ducks,  in  Imperial  County 1070 

Revocation 1991 

Washington,  western,  certain  specified  lakes 
and  streams  in;  order  permitting  killing 
of  American  merganser  on  or  over,  to  pro- 
tect trout  population 336,  422 

Open  seasons,  bag  limits,  and  shooting  hours,  for 
1956-57  season  on  rails,  gallinules,  wood- 
cock, and  doves  (mourning  and  white- 
winged) 3799, 5737 

Leases,  for  space  in  real  estate  in  United  States,  Alaska. 

and  Hawaii;  authority  respecting 1374 

Loan  Fund.  Fisheries;  loan  procedures.  See  Fish- 
eries Loan  Fund. 
McNary  National  Wildlife  Management  Area.  Wash- 
ington; designation  of  area  and  notice  of  appli- 
cability of  regulations  as  to  entry  or  use  as  co- 
operative refuge 2991 

Mexico;  transportation  of  game  mammals  to  and 

from... 6595 

Migratory  birds;   take,  seasons,  transport,  etc.     See 
Hunting  and  possession  of  wildlife;  and  Wildlife 
conservation  areas. 
Organization  and  procedures: 
Delegation  of  authority  by  Director  to  certain  of- 
ficials and  employees: 

Contracts  for  procurement 1374 

Contracts  for  purchase  of  outboard  motors  for  use 

in  Alaska 1374 


FISH  AND  WILDLIFE  SERVICE— Continued  P<^« 

Organization  and  procedures — Continued 
Delegation  of  authority  by  Director  to  certain  of- 
ficials and  employees — Continued 
Leases  for  space  in  real  estate : 

In  continental  United  States —    1374 

In  Territories  of  Alaska  and  Hawaii 1374 

Reorganization,  effective  date  (November  5.  1956).    8513 
Commercial  Fisheries  Bureau: 
Director;  exercise  of  certain  authority  of  for- 
mer Director  of  Fish  and  Wildlife  Service.  .    8513 
Establishment,  and  responsibilities  relating  to 
^  commercial  fisheries,   whales,  seals,   and 

sea-lions  and  related  matters 8513 

Commissioner,  functions  of.  subject  to  supervi- 
sion of  Assistant  Secretary  of  Fish  and  Wild- 
life Service 8513 

Sport  Fisheries  and  Wildlife  Bureau: 
Director;  exercise  of  certain  authority  of  for- 
mer Director  of  Fish  and  Wildlife  Service..     8513 
Establishment,  and  responsibilities  relating  to      ^ 
migratory  birds,  game  management,  wild- 
life refuges,  sport  fisheries,  sea  mammals 
(except  whales,  seals,  and  sea-lions),  and 

related  matters 8513 

Records  and  reports: 
Fisheries,  commercial,  in  Alaska,  general  provisions. 

Non-Federal  records;  retention  requirements.     See 

main  heading  Records. 
Whaling  operations.    See  Whaling. 
Refuges,  wildlife,  management  of.    See  Wildlife  con- 

ser^^atlon  areas. 
Reorganization  of  Service.    See  Organization   and 

procedures. 
Research,  into  basic  problems  of  fisheries  (capture 
and  landing  of  fish);  loans  for.    See  Fisheries 
Loan  Fund. 
Sport  Fisheries  and  Wildlife  Bureau: 
Director;  exercise  of  certain  authority  of  former  Di- 
rector of  Fish  and  Wildlife  Service 8513 

Establishment,  and  responsibilities  relating  to  mi- 
gratory birds,  game  management,  wildlife  ref- 
uges, sport  fisheries,  sea  mammals  (except 
whales,  seals,  and  sea-lions) .  and  related  mat- 
ters     8513 

States,  Federal  aid  to.  In  fish  and  wildlife  restoration ; 

restoration  of  game  birds,  fish  and  mammals...    9429 
Tuna    Imports,    reports    respecting     (Proclamation 

3128) 1793 

Vessels  and  gear,"flshlng ;  loans  for  maintenance,  re- 
pair, etfc.    See  Fisheries  Loan  Fund. 
Whaling:  provisions  respecting  factory  ships,  land 
stations,  licenses  required  to  engage  in  whaling, 

closed  seasons,  etc 2526 

Wildlife  conservation  areas,  management  of: 
A|*pQc  listed  * 
Carey  Lake  Migratory  Bird  Management  Area. 

reserving  lands  in  connection  with 8396.8591 

McKay  Creek  National  Wildlife  Refuge.  Oregon.    9569 
McNary   National   Wildlife   Management   Area. 
Washington,  designation  of  area,  and  notice 
of  applicability  of  regulations  as  to  entry  or 

use 2991 

Panther    Creek    Administrative    Site,    reserving 
public   lands   within   the   Siuslaw   National 

Forest  for... 8396.8591 

Red  Rock  Lakes  Migratory  Waterfowl  Refuge. 

Montana,  correction  of  headnote 6131 

Sanibel  National  Wildlife  Refuge.  Florida 9569 

Sherman  Creek  Game  Range 2819 

Snake   Creek   National   Wildlife   Refuge,   North 

Dakota —  10275 

Refuges  in  various  regions: 
Central  Regions: 

Mud  Lake  National  Wildlife  Refuge,  Minne- 
sota; deer  hunting S108 

Rice  Lake  National  Wildlife  Refuge,  Minne- 
sota; deer  hunting 8108 

Snake  Creek  National  Wildlife  Refuge.  North 
Dakota;  designation  of  area  and  notice  of 

applicability  of  regulations 10283 

Tamarac  NaUonal  Wildlife  Refuge.  Minnesota; 

deer  hunting 8109 

Trempealeau  National  Wildlife  Refuge.  Wiscon- 
sin, hunting  of  deer,  revocation 4758, 8920 


lot 

FISH  AND  WILDLIFE  SERVICE— Continued  P^^e 

Wildlife  conservation   areas,  management  of — Con. 
Refuges  in  various  regions — Continued 

Northeastern  Region :  Moosehom  fJational  Wild- 
life Refuge.  Maine,  fishing 5487 

Pacific  Region: 

Deer  Flat  National  Wildlife  Refuge,  Idaho; 

hunting 7024   I 

vHart  Mountain  National  Antelope  Refuge.  Ore-  ', 

gon;  hunting,  correction  of  revocation  of  \ 

certain  regulations 2299 

Lower  Klamath  National  Wildlife  Refuge,  Cal- 
ifornia and  Oregon;  hunting 7024 

McKay  Creek  National  Wildlife  Refuge,  Ore- 
gon;  fishing 5446 

Red  Rock  Lakes  Migratory  Waterfowl  Refuge, 
Montana: 

Correction  of  headnote 6131 

Fishing  permitted 6131 

Red  Rock  Lakes  National  Wildlife  Refuge.     See 
Red    Rock    Lakes    Migratory    Waterfowl 
Refuge. 
Tule  Lake  National  Wildlife  Refuge,  Calif cmia ; 

hunting j6915 

Southeastern  Region;  ' 
Reelfoot  National  Wildlife  Refuge,  Tennessee; 

fishing,  revocation : 8920 

White  River  National  Wildlife  Refuge.  Arkan- 
sas; hunting 7006 

Southwestern  Region: 
Imperial  National  Wildlife  Refuge,  Arizona  and 

California;    hunting ,    7005 

Kofa  Game  Range.  Arizona;  deer  hunting 7006 

National  Elk  Refuge.  Wyoming;  fishing 5931 

FISHERIES.  COMMERCIAL.     See  Fish  and  Wildlife 
Service;  and  International  Pacific  Halibut  Commis- 
sion. 
FISHING.     See  Hunting  and  fishing. 

FLAG  DAY.  1956  (Proclamation  3137) 3853 

FLAG.    UNITED   STATES    ARMY    (Executive    Order 

10670) - 4069 

FLOOD  CONTROL  AND  PREVENTION: 

Flood  control  regulations.     See  Engineers.  Corps  of. 
Loans  for  flood  prevention.    See  Farmers  Home  Ad- 
ministration. 
Works  of  improvement  under  Watershed  Protection 
and  Flood  Prevention  Act;  functions  of  Budget 
Bureau   respecting    transmittal   to   Congress   of 
plans  and  justifications  (Executive  Order  10654).       511 
FLOOD  INDEMNITY  ADMINISTRATION.  FEDERAL. 
See  Housing  and  Home  Finance  Agency. 

FOOD  AND  DRUG  ADMINISTRATION: 

Alimentary  pastes;  definitions  and  standards 6566 

Animal  feed  containing  drugs 131.  609. 

1417,   1511.   1561.   3497.  5411.  5774.  6512,  6607 
Antibiotic     and     antibiotic-containing     drugs.    See 

Drugs. 
Bacitracin  (antibiotic  drugs).    See  Drugs. 

Bakery  products;  definitions  and  standards 6566 

Cacao  products  (sweet  chocolate,  milk  chocolate,  etc.) ; 

definitions  and  standards 6566 

Cancer  treatment,  Hoxsey,  for  Internal  cancer;  public 

warning  against 2291 

Carbromal.   See  Habit-forming  drugs. 
Cereal  flours  and  related  products:  definitions  and 
-standards  for  enriched  rice,  proposed  rule  mak- 
ing   10412 

Cheeses,  cheese  foods,  etc..  definitions  and  standards:  ^     , 

Amendment  of  regulations  for  various  cheeses 1541. 

1269. 3926, ^402,  5046.  6566 
Cottage  cheese,  partially  creamed;  proposed  rule 

making .-^ - 430.  841. 3926 

Mozzarella  cheeses 1657,5748 

Nuworld  cheese— 2415.  4402.  5773 

Ricotta  cheeses— 1657.  5748.  8492 

Samsoe  cheese 1440,2918 

SQarmoze  cheeses 1657,5748 

Chloramphenicol  (antibiotic  drugs).    See  Drugs. 
Chlortetracycline  (antibiotic  drugs).    See  Drugs. 
Civil  defense  food  and  drug  responsibilities,  assign- 
ment of— 5659 

Cobalt  preparations  intended  for  use  by  man.  labeling 

of 8238.  8395,  10274 


102 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  T^56 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


103 


FOOD  AND  DRUG  ADMINISTRATION— Continued      i^e« 
Color  certification;  list  of  straight  colors  and  !>pecifi- 
cation  for  their  certification  for  use  in  externally 
applied  drugs  and  cosmetics.  EXT  D  &  C  Red  No. 

14.    footnote 6129 

Cosmetics:  enforcement  of  Federal  Food,  Drug,  and 

Cosmetic  Act  respecting  labeling 2719 

Cream.     See  Milk  and  cream. 

Definitions  and  standards  of  identity  for  food  and 
food  products: 

Alimentary  pastes 6566 

Bakery   products 6566 

'        Cacao  products  (sweet  chocolate,  milk  chocolate, 

etc.) 6566 

Cereal  flours  and  related  products;  enriched  rice, 

proposed  rule  making 1 ,  10412 

Cheeses,  cheese  foods,  etc.: 
Amendment  of  regulations  for  various  cheeses..     541, 

1269, 3926. 4402. 5046, 6566 
Cottage  cheese,  partially  creamed;  proposed  rule 

making 430.  841,  3926 

Mozzarella  cheeses _- 1657,5748 

Nuworld  cheese 2415,  4402.  5773 

Ricotta  cheeses _ 1657.  5748.  8492 

Samsoe  cheese 1440,  2918 

Scarmoze  cheeses 1657,  5748 

Fruits,  canned: 

Pigs 5118,  6824,  7935 

Orange  juice 8511,  9726 

Pineapple,  and  pineapple  juice 930,  935 

Prune  juice 1094,  5288 

Milk  and  cream 6566 

Oleomargarine —     6566 

Seafood;  canned  tuna  fish,  proposed 6492 

Vegetables,  canned: 

\  Green  beans;  correction 5046 

Peas 2980 

Drugs: 

See  also  Statements  of  general  policy. 
Antibiotic  and  antibiotic-containing  drugs:  ' 
Certification  of  batches  of  antibiotics  in  various 
forms  or  combinations: 

Bacitracin 608.  1417.  1561.  3497.  3777.  6512,  10317 

Chloramphenicol 131 

Chlortetracycline 131, 

609, 1172, 1511. 1744,  1765,  2465,  3497.  4719,  5411, 
6953, 7431. 8215,  8492,  9291,  9946,  10373. 
General  regulations: 

Animal  feed  containing  antibiotics _^ —      131, 

609,  1417,  1511.  1561,  3497,  5411,  5774,  6512,  6607 
Salts  of  antibiotic  drugs  for  use  in  teaching, 
law  enforcement,  research,  and  analysis, 

exemption  for 6887 

Penicillin 131,  170,  607,  839,  1172,  1886, 

2230.  2788,  3497.  3777,  4013.  4341.  4719.   5089. 
5411,  5774.  6512,  6953.  7847.  7935.  8985.  10317 

Streptomycin i 131.  1795. 

1849.   2230.   2465.   2614,   2919.   3338.    3497.   8215 
Tests  and  methods  of  assay  for  antibiotics  in  vari- 
ous forms  or  combinations: 

Bacitracin___J_ __  608,  1561.6512 

Chloramphenicol - -     5411 

Chlortetracycline 131, 

170,    1172,    1744,   4719,   6953,   7431.   7567,   8215, 
9291,  9946,  10373. 

Penicillin 607, 

839,  1172.  2788.  4341.  4546.  4719. 5411, 5483, 5774, 
7847,  W35,  8104. 

Streptomycin 1849,  2230.  2465,  2614,  5774 

Enforcement  of  Federal  Food,  Drug,  and  Cosmetic 
Act;  drugs  and  devices.  See  Enforcement  of 
Federal  Food,  Drug,  and  Cosmetic  Act,  below. 
Habit  forming  drugs  (chemical  derivatives  of  sub- 
stances specified  in  section  502  (d^  of  Federal 
Food,  Drug,  and  Cosmetic  Act) ;  derivatives  of 
carbromal: 
Findings  of  fact,   and   final   order   refusing   to 

amend  regulations 1866,  2636,  6172 

Order  denying  petition  to  reopen  hearing 6199 

New  drugs 3690,  5576 

Enforcement  of  FederaLFood.  Drug,  and  Cosmetic 
Act  respecting.    See  Enforcement  of  Federal 
Food,  Drug,  and  Cosmetic  Act. 
Exemption  from  prescription  requirements.    See 
Prescription-dispensing  requirements. 


) 


FOOD  AND   DRUG   ADM!NISTRATION--ConHnued     l^se 

Drugs — Continued 
New  drugs — Continued 
Prescription-dispensing  requirements,  drugs  ex- 
empted from 3690.  5576 

Dextromethorphan     hydrobromlde     prepara/- 

tions 3148.  4341.  5584 

Diamthazole  dihydrochloride  preparations 3148, 

3697.  4341.  5583 

Dicyclomine  hydrochloride  preparations 420, 

3697, 5583 
Doxylamine  succinate  preparations. _2197,  3672,  5584 

Hexadenol  preparations 768.3998,5584 

Hydrocortisone  or  hydrocortisone  acetate  prep- 
arations, postponement  of  public  hearing —  430. 

2112,3329.3698 
Isoamylhydrocupreine    and    zolamlne    hydro- 
chloride preparations 3696.5582 

Meclizine  hydrochloride  preparations 3697.  5583 

N-acetyl-p-aminophenol   preparations 3696,  5582 

Neomycin  sulfate  preparations 420, 

3697, 5583.  6301,  7698 
Oxytetracycline  and  polymyxin  B  sulfate  prep- 
arations    3697,  5583 

Phenyltoloxamine  dlhydrogen  citrate  prepara- 
tions    3696,5583 

Sodium  fluoride  preparations 430. 1417.  3698, 5584 

Sodium  gentisate  preparations 3696,5582 

Sodium  monofluorophosphate  pre[>arations 8512, 

10275 

Sulfur  dioxide  preparations 2197.  3247 

Procedural  and  interpretative  regulations 3690,5576 

Enforcement  of  Federal  Food,  Drug,  and  Cosmetic 
Act: 

Cosmetics;  labeling  requirements 2719 

Drugs  and  devices: 
Directions  for  use;  fexemption  from  labeling  re- 
quirements if  for  use  in  teaching,  law  enforce- 
ment, research,  and  analysis 2326 

Exemption  from  prescription  requirements 2112, 

3690.  5576 

Form  of  making  required  statements 2719 

New  drugs;  revocation  of  provision 3690.  5576 

Pood;  labeling  requirements ■    2719 

Fish,  tuna.    See  Seafood. 
Food  and  food  products: 
Definitions  and  standards  of  identity.    See  Defini- 
tions and  standards  of  identity. 
Enforcement  of  Federal  Food,  Drug,  and  Cosmetic 

Act  respecting  labeling 2719 

Pesticide  chemicals  on  raw  agricultural  commodi- 
ties.   See  Pesticide  chemicals. 
Fruits,  canned;  definitions  and  standards  of  identity: 

Pigs 5118.  6824.  7935 

Orange  juice _ 8511.  9726 

Pineapple,  and  pineapple  juice 930,  935 

Pi-une  juice 1094,  5288 

Habit-forming  drugs.     See  Drugs. 

Hoxsey   cancer  treatment;    public   warning   against 

Hoxsey  treatment  for  internal  cancer 2291 

Milk  and  cream;  definitions  and  standards,  nonfat 

dry   milk 6566 

New  drugs.    See  Drugs. 

Oleomargarine;    deflnitions    and    standards,    nonfat 

dry   milk 6566 

Organization,  functions  and  procedures,  and  delega- 
tions of  authority: 

Organization  and  functions 1680,6682,6865,7704 

Statement  of  organization  and  delegations  of  au- 
thority   1683.  6685 

Civil  defense  food  and  drug  respKinsibiliUes,  as- 

sigixment  of 5659 

Commissioner;  authority  to  promulgate  certain 

rules  and  tegulations 6581 

Penicillin  (antibiotic  drugs).    See  Drugs. 
Pesticide  chemicals;  tolerances  for  residues  on  raw 
agricultural  commodities: 
See  also  Statements  of  general  policy. 
General    regulations    for    setting    tolerances    and 
granting  exemptions  from  tolerances: 

Definitions;  computing  fees 2445.4012 

Pesticide  chemicals  considered  unsafe 2445,4012 

Procedure  for  filing   petitions  proposing  toler- 
ance   2446,  4012 

Related  pesticide  chemicals,  tolerances  for..  2445,  4012 
Tests  on  amount  of  residue  remaining 2447, 4013 


FOOD   AND   DRUG   ADMINISTRATION— Continued     p^S* 
Pesticide  chemicals;  tolerances  for  residues  on  raw 
agricultural  commodities — Continued 
Specific  tolerances  for  pesticide  residues  on  raw 

agricultural  commodities 1416,1639.2446.4013 

Aldrin. 1698 

Allethrin  _ 4893.  5966 

Ammonia,  chemical 5235.5619 

Calcium  cyanide ._  581.  3461.  4719 

Carbon    disulfide 4768.5620 

Carbon  tetrachloride .- 4768.  5620 

Copper  carbonate 1187,2720 

DDT  _     — -    2112,5717,8980 

Diazinon.    proposed. 1292. 2113,  5537.  8089 

Dieldrin 3464,  3109 

Diphenyl 5016,5619 

Diuron ._    1049. 1543.  2614.  5750.  8055,  7774.  9991 

Endrin 1348 

Ethylene  dibromide 4768 

Inorganic  bromide   residues  from  fumigation 

with _, 5620,  6046,  7212 

Organic  bromide  residues  from 5620 

Ethylene   dichloride _ - 4768,  5620 

Ethylene  oxide,  proposed— 1 8089,  8820 

Heptachlor.-, —  995,  2980 

Hydrogen    cyanide 1172,1269,9582 

Inorganic  bromides  resulting  from  soil  treatment 

with  ethylene  dibromide 768 

Lindane 975, 1416 

Proposed  withdrawal 4893 

Malathion 1702,  3109,  5724,  9299 

Mineral  oil 8512. 10274 

Monuron    (3-  (p-chlorophenyl)*-l,l-dimethyl- 

urea) 8821 

l,l-dichloro-2.2-bls(p-ethylphenyl)  -ethane    (also 
known    as    diethyl    diphenyl    dichloroe- 

thane) 5410.7957 

Oxytetracycline 5971,  8104 

p-chlorophenyl-p-chlorobenzene-sulfonate 1639 

Piperonyl  butoxlde 1047,4832,5966 

Pyrethrins. 1047,  4832,  5331,  5966 

Sodium  o-phenylphenate. 1172,  2571,  4546 

Sodium  2,2-dichloropropionate,  proposed...  8089,9329 

Systox. - —  301,  2113.  4999 

Thirim 1416 

3-(p-chlorophenyl)-l.  l-dimethylurea 1543. 

_  2614. 4294.5046 

3-(3.4-dichlorophenyl)  -1,  l-dimethylurea 1049. 

1543,  2614,  5750.  8055.  7774.  9991. 

Toxaphene 5315 

Zineb -U 2345.  3109,  9582 

Records,  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records. 
Salts  of  antibiotic  drugs,  for  use  in  teaching  law  en- 
forcement, research  and  analysis;  exemption  from 

certification  requirement 6887 

Seafood;  definitions  and  standards,  for  caimed  tuna 

fish,   proposed 6492 

Statements  of  general  policy  or  interpretation: 

Cobalt  preparations  intended  for  use  by  man 8238, 

8395,  10274 

Drugs: 
For  veterinary  use,  containing  penicillin:  notice 
to  manufacturers,  packers,  and  distributors, 

revocation 10317 

New-drug  applications,  confidentiality  of  infor- 
mation contained  in,  proposed  rule  making..  3690, 

5576 
Pesticide  chemicals,  tolerances  for  residues  on  raw 
agricultural  commodities: 
Dates  on  which  statute  becomes  efifective,  exten- 
sions, etc 443, 

1172,   1463,  2327,  2591.  2592.  2861.  3218,  4545 

Revocation 10274 

Tests   required   to   establish   safety   of   organic 

phosphate  pesticides 8104 

Streptomycin  (antibiotic  drugs).    See  Drugs. 
Tea  Importation  Act,  enforcement  of;  tea  standards..     1317 
Tuna  fish.     See  Seafood. 

Vegetables,   canned;    deflnitions   and  standards   of 
identity: 

Green  beans,  correction 5046 

Peas 2980 

Veterinary  use.  drugs  for;  penicillin,  notice  to  manu- 
facturers, packers,  etc..  revocation 10317 


FOREIGN  AGENTS  REGISTRATION  ACT,   adminis-     Page 
tration  of.   See  Justice  Department. 

FOREIGN  AID: 

Assistance  to  cooperating  countries.  See  Interna- 
tional Coo[>eration  Administration. 

Escapee  program,  administration  of  (Executive  Order 

10663) 1845 

FOREIGN  ASSETS  CONTROL  DIVISION.    See  Treas- 
ury Department. 

FOREIGN  CLAIMS  SETTLEMENT  COMMISSION: 

Claims  against  Bulgarian.  Hungarian,  Italian,  and 
Rumanian  Claims  Funds;  currency  to  be  used  in 
evaluation  of  property,  and  conversion  of  cur- 
rency to  United  States  dollars,  hearing  respect- 
ing  4535 

French  nationalization  of  gas  and  electric  compa- 
nies, settlement  of  claims  of  U.  S.  nationals  based 
on;  request  for  information  from  stockholders 
respecting  companies  nationalized,  stock  owned, 

etc 6896 

Receipt,  administration  and  payment  of  claims  under 
War  Claims  Act  of- 1948: 

Entitlement  to  award;  religious  organizations  under 

section  7  of  act 6416 

Filing  of  claims  and  procedures: 

Communications 6416 

Procedure  for  determination  of  claims 4014 

Official  forms: 

Accompanying   documents 6416 

Religious  organizations .» 6416 

Payment  of  awards;  religious  organizations 1 6418 

Time  for  filing;   religious  organizations 6416 

FOREIGN  COMMERCE  BUREAU: 

Authority,  delegation  of.  by  Director  to  collectors  of 
customs;  to  exercise  export  control  authority  in 

event  of  enemy  attack 5045 

British  Token  Import  Plan: 

Procedure  for  plan  year  1956 131 

Quota  balances  not  issued  by  June  30,  procedure 
for  distribution  of: 
Application  for  Token  Quota  Vouchers,  "Septem- 
ber 30"  changed  to  "August  31" 161,  3016 

Apportionment  of  quota  balances  by  Bureau..  161,  3016 
Enemy  attack,  export  control  authority  in  event  of; 
authority  delegation  to  collectors  of  customs  re- 
specting      5045 

Export  control  regulations:  8th  General  Revision 4111 

Amendments,   extensions,   transfers .- —     4172 

Amendments  or  alterations  of  licenses: 

Covered  by  consignee  statements 316 

Issued  for  exportation  of  refined  copper,  copper 
scrap,  copper-base  alloy  scrap,  etc..  revo- 
cation  8567 

Where  to  file: 

Dallas,   addition 7849 

El  Paso,  deletion 5481 

Appeals : 

•     Greneral   procedure 4185 

,     Suspension  of  export  privileges,  appeals  from 1416 

To  Appeal  Board.    See  main  heading  Commerce 
Department. 

Denial  or  suspension  of  export  privileges 4178 

Appeals : 

Effect  of 1416 

To  Appeal  Board.  See  muin  heading  Com- 
merce Department. 

Disposition 1416 

"Export  Control  Investigation  Staff"  substituted 
for  "Director,  Export  Control  Investigation 

Staff" 2230 

Indefinite  suspensions 1416 

Orders: 

List  of  orders  affecting  various  persons  or 
firms.  See  Suspension  of  license  privilege, 
below. 

Publication  of  orders  in  Federal  Register 1416 

Table  of  compliance  orders  currently  in  effect. 
See  Suspension  of  license  privilege,  below. 

Enforcenrent  provisions 4176 

Export  clearance  and  destination  control 4162 

Destination  control 7849 

Presentation     of     shipper's     export     declara- 
tion.  6332,  7849 


104 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


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v 


FOREIGN  COMMERCE  BUREAU — Continued 

Export  control  regulations;  8th  General  Revision — 
Continued  ^ 

General  orders: 

Commodity  advisory  panels  and  committees,  and 
conduct    of    business    and    practice    before 

Bureau--.: 4186 

Extending  validity  period  of  licenses  expiring  on 

November  30.  1966 ^ 9404 

Licenses: 

BLT  (blanket)  license 4158 

Foreign  distribution  (PD>   license 4161 

Application  requirements 316 

General  licenses 4116 

General   license  GHK.   shipments  of   certain 

commodities  to  Hong  Kong.-. 6331.  6698 

General  license  GIT,  in-transit  shipments 3017 

General  license  GLSA.  shipments  of  certain 
commodities  to  specified  Subgroup  A  des- 
tinations       3017 

Geneial  license  GRO;  shipments  of  non-Posi- 
tive List  commodities,  surplus  agricultural 

commodities  and  manufactures 6331. 

6952,  7266,  8190 

General  license  Plane  Stores 6698,  8567 

General  license  Ship  Stores,  scope 8567 

Prohibited  shipments,  in-transit  shipments 
through  Subgroup  A  country  en  route  to 

non-Subgroup  A  destination 4658 

Reexportation,    permissive,    from    country    of 

destination 3017 

Individual  and  other  validated  licenses 4129 

Applications  for  validated  licenses,  who  may 

apply 4658 

How  to  file  application  for  validated  license: 

Form  and  manner  of  filing 4658 

Second  applications ! 4133 

License  applications  for  commodities  which 
transit  Subgroup  A  country  en  route  to 

non-Subgroup  A  destination ^" 4659 

License    applications    for    ship    stores,    plane 

'  '  stores,  supplies  and  equipment 6699 

Reexportation  from  country  of  destination.  312,  3019 

Periodic  requirements  license 4158 

Project  licenses .     4155 

Time  limit  (TL)  license ." 4160 

Application  requirements 316 

Licensing  policies  and  related  special  provisions 4137 

Destination  provisions: 

Austria,  import  identtflcation  number 4660 

Ultimate  consignee  and  purchaser  statements.      313. 

4660 
Individual  commodity  group  provisions: 

Commodity  group  5,  petroleum  products,  ap- 
plication  requirements 4659 

Commodity  group  6: 

Iron  and  steel 6973.  7848.  9939 

Nonferrous  commodities: 

Aluminum   scrap    and    aluminum    remelt 

ingots 312,  2515 

^  Copper  ores,  concentrates,  scrap,  etc 312, 

3020,  5481,  7668.  9404,  9939 

Nickel  scrap  and  nickel  alloy  scrap 3019, 

5481.  7180,  8190,  9403,  10315 

Selenium-bearing  scrap  materials 2123 

Selenium  metal  powder,  ferroselenium,  and 

-     '  selenium   metal 1347 

Commodity  group  7;  machinery  and  equip- 
ment... _ __ 1095,  6331 

Commodity  group  8: 
Chemicals     and     medicinals,     poliomyelitis 

vaccine 313,  6331 

Selenium   containing   chemical   compounds. 

including  pigments 1347,  6700 

Multiple  commodity  group  provisions: 

Commodities  exported  for  exhibition 4659,  6699 

Confh-mation  of  country  of  ultimate  destina- 
tion and  verification  of  actual  delivery 10315 

Licensing  policy  for  agricultural  commodities 

and    manufactures 6331 

,  Time  schedules  for  submission  of  applications  for 
licenses  to  export  certain  Positive  List  com- 
modities  316.  1095.  1165,  2516, 

3020,  5481,  6700.  7669,  7698,  7848.  9939.  10315 


FOREIGN  COMMERCE  BUREAU — Continued  ^^ 
Export  control  regulations;  8th  Oeaeral  Revision — 
Continued 
Mutual  assistance  on  United  States  imports  and 
exports  (as  applied  to  selected  United  States 

imports) _.  1095.  4111,  6697.  6973 

Positive  List  of  Commodities  and  related  matteis._  4192 

Appendix  A.  Positive  List 4192 

Additions,  deletions,  changes 317.  1096, 

1097.  2123,  4661.  5641.  6701.  7267.  8568.  10316 

Appendix  B.  commodity  interpretations 4219 

Optical  curve  generators 4662 

Parts  and  accessories  exported  as  scrap 1097 

Appendix  C,  commcxlity  processing  codes 4221 

Appendix   D,   groups   of   commodity   processing 

codes-. - 317.  4225 

Priority   ratings 4189 

Defense  supporting  priority  assistance 5481 

Scope  of  export  control  by  Commerce  Department.  4113 
Exportations  authorized   by  other  Government 

agencies;  narcotics,  listed 5480 

In-transit  shipments   without  unloading;    note; 

deletion ^.  3016 

Prohibited  exportations,  general  provisions 5480 

Shipments  entering  foreign  trade  zones,  general 

provisions 3016 

Shipments  which  transit  Subgroup  A  country  en 

route  to  non-Subgroup  A  destination •.  4657 

Technical  data,  exportations  of 4188 

To  Subgroup  A  destinations 4660 

Legal  functions:  transfer  to  Office  of  General  Counsel. 

Commerce  Department ,5511 

Organization,  functions  and  authorities 2993 

Legal  functions  transferred  to  Office  of  General 

Counsel,  Commerce  Department 5511 

Records.  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.     See 

viain  heading  Records. 
Suspension  of  license  privileges: 
Appeals: 

Effect  of 1416 

To  Appeal  Board.    See  main  heading  Commerce 
Department. 
Orders  affecting  listed  firms  or  persons: 

Abel.  Alexander.  F^iedrich.  and  Rudolph.. 2852 

Americauto 7703, 9749 

Andersson  &  Co 7703 

Automobile  Commerciale  Internationale 7703,9749 

Automotive  Equipment  Supply  Corp 7704,  9749 

Benchimol,  Eliezner  and  Jose 6495 

Benchimol  &  Co 6495 

Bensa,  Jacques 7703,9749 

Blake-Smith  Pipe  tt  Steel  Co. 2417 

Chuen.   Lau   Yiu 3878 

Chunichi  Seiyaku  K.  K 776 

Cole,  Eugene  Hobart - 2416 

Compadimex,  S.  P.  R.  L 8413 

Condor  Industries.  Inc 7703 

Confidential  Overseas  Forwarding.  Inc 3295 

David.  Israel .  2254 

de  Metz.  Rene 8413 

Del  Bo,  Giacinto  Leopoldo 5197 

Delattre.  Gaston -'_2-  2852 

Ditta,   Oliva— 5197 

Duhme,  Adolf 5944 

Elaerts.  Henry 5872 

Electroexport 223.  996.  3880 

Essex  International  Corp 7703 

Etablissements  Henry  Elaerts .  5872 

Export  Elektrotechnischer  Erzeugnisse -  3880 

Fisher.  Philip;  prior  order  vacated 3610 

Fleschner.  Richard.   Import-Elxport 4936 

Flick,  Ernst  A 5944 

Geiger.  Walter . 595 

General  Export  Clothing  Corp 3295 

Gintz.  Fiana 3609 

Gyma  Laboratories  of  America.  Inc 6305 

Hollywood  Entenprises 6495 

Imex-Auto 7704.  9749 

Kass,  Lila 3295 

Kato,  Motohisa  and  Toshio 776 

Kesco,  G.  m.  b.  H.. 7703 

Kessler.  Hans.  Sr..  and  Hans.  Jr 7703 

Lai.  I.  K . 777 

Leibowitz.   Ephraim 2852 

Levee  and  Co t. 775 

Lipton,  Rolf 6305 


FOREIGN  COMMERCE  BUREAU — Continued  ^'^ 
Suspension  of  license  privileges — Continued 
Orders  affecting  listed  firms  or  persons — Continued 

London  Export  Corp.,  Ltd 1941 

Melman.  Gebrs 2302 

Metalimport  Trust -r  2852 

Meyns.  Peter.  &  Co - 2415 

Mussman.  George _ 7704,  9749 

Newmark,  M.  ti  Co..  Ltd 1941,  2851 

Obermayr,  Albert 223.  996,  3880 

OUva,  Emilio— 5197 

Pan-Mar  Corp 3878 

Richard,   Jean 4322 

Richard  Nathan  Corp 595 

Ross,  Jerome  Herbert 2416 

Schonfeld.  Fred  W 7703 

Schrijvers,  Florent  M.  L 3462 

Shoko,  Fujisawa 776 

Smith,  Blakely — 2417 

Sorrentino.   Guy 3295 

South  Sea  Trading  Co.,  Ltd 7703 

Takeno,  Yonesaburo 776 

Trans-International  Forwarders,  Inc 7703 

Union  Europeenne  De  Produits  Chimiques 4322 

United  Petrolifera  Italiana 5197 

United  States  Navigation  Co.'.  Inc 7703 

Van  der  Zanden,  Hendrik  Frans 8413 

Williams,  Jerry,  It  Co 3878 

Wolff,   Hans - 8466 

Wolff,  Hans,  Export-Import 4936 

Zemanek  &  Co..  Ltd 3609 

Table  of  compliance  orders  currently  In  effect  deny- 
ing   export    privileges;    additions,    deletions, 

changes 4660, 

5640.  6700.  7616.  7990.  8567.  10095,  10315,  10316 
FOREIGN  DUTY  OF  FEDERAL  PERSONNEL: 
Additional  compensation,  differential  posts,  etc.    See 

State  Department. 
Income  tax  regulations  respecting  cost-of-living  al- 
lowances.   See  Internal  Revenue  Service. 
FOREIGN  INTELLIGENCE  ACTIVITIES.  President's 
Board  of  Consultants  on;  establishment  (Execu- 
tive Order  10656) 859 

FOREIGN  MONEYS,  values  of.    See  Treasury  Depart- 
ment. 

FOREIGN  STUDENTS:. 
"Exchange  students;  visa  regulations.    See  State  De- 
partment. 
Immigration  regulations.    See  Immigration  and  Nat- 
uralization Service. 
Persons  permitted  to  receive  instruction  at  United 
States  Military,  Naval,  Air  Force,  and  Merchant 
Marine  Academies  (Executive  Order  10661) 1315 

FOREIGN-TRADE  ZONES  BOARD: 

Excise  tax  regulations  respecting  removal  of  certain 
products  to  foreign  trade  zones.  See  main  head- 
ing Internal  Revenue  Service. 

Foreign-Trade  Zone  No.  3.  San  Francisco;  applica- 
tion for  change  of  location  from  Pier  No.  45  to 
Pier  46B  and  46C 10434 

General  regulations  governing   foreign-trade   zbnes 

and  procedures;  organization  of  Board 6159 

FOREST  SERVICE: 

Aircraft,  navigation  of.  within  airspace  reservation 
over  certain  areas  of  Superior  National  Forest, 

Minnesota;  low  flights,  and  permits 7023 

Authority,  delegations  of: 
By  Chief  to  Regional  Foresters  and  Acting  Regional 
Foresters;  contracts,  negotiated,  for  procure- 
ment of  engineering  services 5596 

By  Secretary  of  Agriculture  to  Chief;   authority 
respecting  contracts: 
Engineering  services,  procurement  of,  by  con- 
tract _. 3329 

Management  consulting  services  in  connection 
with  survey  of  activities  and  operations  of 
Service,  negotiation  of  contracts  without  ad- 
vertising  1680, 8411 

Cherokee  National  Forest;  transfer  of  lands  to  and 

from.    See  Lands. 
Conservation  reserve  program  functions.    See  Organ- 
ization, functions,  etc. 
Contracts,  authority  respecting 1680, 3329,  5596,  8411 


FOREST  SERVICE — Continued 

Forest  Development  Road  and  Trail  Fund,  adminis- 
tration of: 

Definitions;  "Construction" . 

Expenditures 

Land  uses: 
Navigation  of  aircraft  within  airspace  reservation 
over  certain  areas  of  Superior  National  Forest 

in  Minnesota;  low  flights,  and  permits 

Special  use  permits: 
Charge  or  other  consideration  for  special  use 

permits 

General  conditions,  for  special  use  permits, 
archaeological  permits,  leases,  and  ease- 
ments   ■ 

Lands : 

Certain  lands  acquired  under  Title  HI  of  Bankhead- 
Jones  Farm  Tenant  Act,  since  June  30.  1955  or 
in  process  of  being  acquired;  determination  as 

to  suitability  for  national  forest  purposes 

Cherokee    National    Forest;    transfer    of    certain 
lands : 
From  Tennessee  Valley  Authority  (Executive  Or- 
der 10683,  10684) 8251 

To  Tennessee  Valley  Authority 

Idaho;  designation  of  certain  areas  in,  to  be  ad- 
ministered as  parts  of  specific  national  forests: 

Clearwater   National   Forest 

Coeur  d'Alene  National  Forest _ . 

Kaniksu  National  Forest ^__ 

St.  Joe  National  Pofest 

Organization,  functions,  and  authority: 
See  also  Authority,  delegations  of,  above. 
Conservation  reserve  program  functions,  assistance 

in  connection  with 

Records,  non-Federal;   retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records. 
Timber;  payment  in  advance,  and  refunds  and  trans- 
fer  

Trespassing  horses;  orders  for  removal  from  certain 
national  forests,  etc.: 

Carson  National  Forest.  New  Mexico 

Malheur  National  Forest : 

North  Dakota;  Pasture  No.  7  within  McKenzie 
Grazing  Association  District 


105 


Paga 


8185 
8185 


7023 
7722 
7722 

5240 


8254 
1564 


7462 
7462 
7463 
7463 


4260 


6070 


9587 
1328 

917 


GENERAL  ACCOUNTING  OFFICE: 

Uncords  * 
Non-Federal  records;  retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records. 
Safeguarding  official  documents  and  papers,  re- 
vision _., 2649 

Transportation  of  Government  property,  bills  of  lad- 
ing for;  destination  storage-in-transit  of  hO\tse> 
hold  goods  transported  by  motor  carriers  or 
freight  forwarders  for  account  of  Defense  De- 
partment  , 8531 

GENERAL  AGREEMENT  ON  TARIFFS  AND  TRADE.      * 
See  Trade  agreements. 

GENERAL  SERVICES  ADMINISTRATION: 

See  Public  Buildings  Service. 

Advance  payments  in  connection  with  contracts  nego- 
tiated without  advertising,  authority  delegations 

to  certain  Government. ofiBcials  respecting 7420 

Appointment  without  compensation  and  statement  of 
financial  interests,  report  of;  persons  appointed 

under  Defense  Production  Act  of  1950 43.  2963.  8096 

Asbestos,  purchase  of: 
Authority  delegatfon  from  Secretary  of  Interior 

respecting 5872 

Nonferrous  chrysotile  asbestos  purchase  program; 

deflnitions,  price,  duration  of  program,  etc.—     7347 
Auditoriums,  certain,  use  of.    See  Public  buildings 

and  grounds. 
Authority,  delegations  of: 
By  Administrator: 
To  Agriculture  Department,  Secretary: 
Advance  payments  in  connection  with  contracts 

negotiated   without   advertising 7420 

Contracts  for  management  consulting  services 
in  connection  with  activities  of  Forest 
Service "^57, 8035 


80000—57- 


-14 


106 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


GENERAL  SERVICES  ADMINISTRATION— Con.  P^se 

Authority,  delegations  of — Continued 
By  Administrator — Continued 

To  Atomic  Energy  Commission,  Chairman;  ad- 
vance payments  in  connection  with  contracts 

negotiated  without  advertising 7420 

To  Attorney  General: 
Contract    for    architectural    and    engineering 

services 3945 

Leases  of  real  property  in  San  Diego  County, 

Calif.,  for  radio  purposes 6980 

To  Commerce  Department,  Secretary: 
Advance  payments  in  connection  with   con- 
tracts negotiated  without  advertising 7420 

Contracts  for  supplies  and  services  relating  to 
traffic  control,  air  navigation  and  com- 
munication facilities  of  Federal  Airways 

system  7556 

Highway  program  of  Public  Roads  Bureau, 
contracts  for  engineering  and  accounting 
services  and  research  work  in  connection 

with 7259 

Lease  of  space  at  Honolulu,  Hawaii 6425 

Special  police  force  for  protection  of  National 
Bureau  of  Standards  installations,  au- 
thority to  establish 5469 

To  Defense  Department,  Secretary: 
Disposal   of   certain   additions   and  -improve- 
ments,     Westinghouse      Electric      Corp., 

Sunnyvale.  Calif 5073 

Disposal  of  certain  land,  part  of  south  portion. 

St.  Louis.  Missouri,  Naval  Air  Station 2900 

Representation  of  Government  agencies  before 
certain  commissions   in  connection   with 
rates  and  charges,  etc.: 
California  Public  Utilities  Commission,  re- 
specting rate  schedules: 

California  Electric  Power  Co-.a 6730 

Southern  California  Edison  Co 778 

Federal  Power  Commission,  matters  of  Gas 
Light  Co.   of  Columbus   and   Southern 

Natural  Gas  Co 872 

To  Deputy  Administrator: 

Authority  pursuant  to  Federal  Property  and 
Administrative  Services  Act  of   1949,   as 

amended 6151 

To  manage  nickel  producing  and  processing 
facilities  and  activities  relating  to  Nicaro 
nickel  project  in  Oriente  Province,  Cuba.-     3664 
To  Health.  Education,  and  Welfare  Department, 
Secretary: 
Contracts  for  supplies  and  services  relating  to 
health,  medical  research  and  scientific  re- 
search programs 9335 

Motion  pictures  and  film  strips,  processing  and 

distribution  of 43 

To  Interior  Departmwit,  Secretary: 

Advance  payments  in  connection  yith  con- 
tracts negotiated  without  advertising 7420 

Architectural  and  engineering  services,  Alaska 

Public  Works  Program 6425 

Construction  of  replica  of  first  fort  at  James- 
town, Virginia,  contract  for 657 

Contract  for  professional  engineering  services 
required  by  Southwestern  Power  Adminis- 
tration      9335 

Contracts  required  by  Reclamation  Bureau  for 

achitectural  and  engineering  services  for 

floodlighting  Grand  Coulee  Dam  spillway.     9690 

To  Labor  Department,  Secretary;  contracts  for 

services  relating   to  authorized   advertising 

campaigns 7964 

To  Nickel-Graphite  Committee;  prior  delegation 

and  amendments  rescinded 3664 

To  Postmaster  General;  advance  payments  in 
connection  with  contracts  negotiated  with- 
out advertising ; 7420 

To  Treasury  Department,  Secretary: 

Contract  for  mechanical  conveyor  system  at 
Morgan  Annex  Post  Office  Building,  New 

York 4416 

Contracts  f6r  audio  and  visual  services  to  pro- 
mote sale  of  savings  bonds 5147 


GENERAL  SERVICES  ADMINISTRATION— Con.  P«e« 

Authority,  delegations  of — Continued 

By  Administrator — Continued 

To  United  States  Information  Agency,  Director; 

contracts  for  architectural  and  engineering 

services   in   connection   with   expansion   of 

overseas    radio    facilities    of    International 

Broadcasting  Service 8416 

To  Veterans  Affairs  Administrator;  advance 
payments  in  connection  with  contracts  nego- 
tiated without  advertising 7420 

FYom  Interior  Department,  Secretary;  purchase  of 
tungsten,  asbestos,  fluorspar  and  columbium- 

tantalum .    5872 

Beryl  regulation.    See  Minerals,  metals. 
Chrome   ore   and   concentrates,   purchase   program. 
See  Stock  piling  of  strategic  and  critical  ma- 
terials. 
Columbium-tantalum,  purchase  of: 
Authority  delegation  from  Secretary  of  Interior 

respecting 5872 

Piirchase  program.     See  Stock  piling  of  strategic 
and  critical  materials. 
Construction  of  Federal  office  buildings  in  isouthwest 
redevelopment  area.  District  of  Columbia;  pros- 
pectus, approval  by  Budget  Bureau 1686. 

4300.  5385,  5470 

Republications 1688, 1707, 

1739,  1751,  1789,  1810,  1843.  1874,  1917.  1951. 
4323,  4371,  4415,  4534.  4640.  4683.  4770.  4838, 
4897,  5429.  5512.  5546.  5547.  5597.  5631,  5632. 
5665,  5666,  5701.  5702,  5728,  5755.  5785,  6050 
Emetine  hydrochloride  in  national  stock  pile;  dis- 
position  .     2606 

Fluorspar,  purchase  of: 
Acid  grade  fluorspar  purchase  program;  definitions, 

purchases,  price,  etc 7348 

Authority  delegation  from  Secretary  of  Interior 

respecting 5872 

Jamestown,  Virginia,  replica  of  first  fort:  authority 

delegation  to  Secretary  of  Interior  resF>ecting .      657 

Manganese  regulation.     See  Minerals,  metals. 
Mica  regulation.     See  Minerals,  metals. 
Minerals,  metals,  and  other  raw  materials;  procure- 
ment for  Government  use  or  resale: 
Asbestos,  purchase  proeram.     See  Stock  piling  of 

strategic  and  critical  materials,  below. 
Authority,  delegation  of.  from  Secretary  of  Interior; 
respecting  purchase  of  tungsten,  asbestos,  fluor- 
spar and  columbium-tantalum 5872 

Beryl  regulation,  purchase  program  for  domestically, 
produced  beryl  ore: 
Duration  of  program.   June  30,   1962   or  when 

deliveries  total  4500  short  dry  tons 560^ 

Inspection  and  acceptance,  railroad  carloads 9326 

Participation  in  program,  date  extended  to  June 

30.    1958 5693 

Chrome  ore.  purchase  of.    See  Stock  piling  of  stra- 
tegic and  critical  materials,  below. 
Columbium-tantalum.  purchase  of: 
Authority  delegation  from  Secretary  of  Interior 

,resE>ecting 5872 

Purchase   program.     See  Stock   piling  of   stra- 
tegic and  critical  materials,  below. 
Domestic  purchase  regulations,  quarterly  report  of 

purchases i 1041,  3332.  6623,  9335 

Fluorspar,  purchase  program.     See  Stock  piling  of 

strategic  and  critical  materials,  below. 
Manganese  regulation,  domestic  purchase  program: 

Basis  and  purpose .    8319 

Definitions: 

"Person" 8319 

"Producer  of  ores" 8319 

Deliveries  and  acceptance ;  ores  and  concentrates 

from  continental  United  States  only 8320 

Duration  of  program.  January  1.  1961  or  when 

deliveries  total  28.000.000  long  dry  ton  units.    5693 

Participation  in  program 5693,  8319 

Mica  regulation,  purchase  programs  for  domestic 
mica: 

Duration  of  programs  A  and  B,  June  30.  1962 5693 

Participation  in  programs,  date  extended  to  June 

30.    1958.. 5693 

Prices  and  payment: 

"Feb.  14.  1956"  changed  to  "May  14,  1956" 1010 

Programs  A  and  B ^ 3186 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


107 


GENEIAL  SERVICES  ADMINISTRATION— Con.  p«^ 

Minerals,  metals,  and  other  raw  materials;  procure- 
ment for  Government  use  or  resale — Continued 
Timgsten,  domestic  purchase  program.     See  Stock 
piling  of  strategic  and  critical  materials,  below. 
Nickel  production,  authority  delegations  respecting. 

See  Authority. 
Office  buildings.  Federal,   in  District  of   Columbia; 
prospectus.    See  Construction. 

Palm  oil  in  national  stock  pile,  disposition 778 

Police  force,  special,  for  protection  of  National  Bureau 
of  Standards  installations,  authority  delegation 

to  Secretary  of  Commerce  respecting 5469 

Procurement  from  apparel  and  textile  industries  with 
surplus  manpower;   rescission  of  prior  defense 

rnqbilization  order  exempting  GSA 8525 

Public  buildings  and  grounds: 
Departmental  Auditorium  and  adjacent  conference 

rooms,  use  of ^. 3875 

General  regulations 6488 

General  Services  Building,  use  of  auditorium  in.___     3899 

National  Archives  Building,  use  of  theatre  in 3877 

Pyrethrum  in  national  stock  pile,  disposition 1619 

Records,  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records. 
Stock  piling  of  strategic  and  critical  materials: 
Disposition  of  certain  materials: 

Emetine   hydrochloride 2606 

Palm  oil. — 111 

Pyrethrum 1619 

Domestic  purchase  programs: 

Asbestos,     nonferrous     chrysotile;      definitions, 

price,  duration  of  program,  etc 7347 

Authority  delegation  from  Secretary  of  Interior 

respecting 5872 

Chrome  ore  and  concentrates: 

Carload  shipments 5989 

Termination  of  program.  "June  30,  1959"  sub- 
stituted for  "June  30,  1957" 5989 

Colimibium -tantalum  regulation,  domestic  pur- 
chase   program,    definitions,    participation, 

duration  of  program,  etc 7716 

Fluorspar,    acid    grade:    definitions,    purchases, 

price,  etc "^3*8 

Authority  delegation  from  Secretary  of  Inte- 
rior respecting 5872 

Tungsten;  definitions,  participation,  duration  of 

program,  etc —     6*^0'^ 

Authority  delegation  from  Secretary  of  Interior 

respecting 5872 

Strategic  and  critical  materials,  stock  piling  of.    See 

Stock  piling  of  strategic  and  critical  materials. 
Tungsten,  purchase  of :  .  ,  .  _,  - 

Authority  delegation  from  Secretary  of  Interior 

respecting 5872 

Domestic  purchase  program;  definitions,  participa- 
tion, duration  of  program,  etc 6707 

GEOLOGICAL  SURVEY: 

Authority,  delegation  of,  by  Director: 

To  Regional  Oil  and  Gas  Supervisors  to  act  on  ap- 
plications for  suspension  of  operations  or  pro- 
duction 


8980 


To  various  officials  to  enter  into  contracts —  8513, 10432 
Continental  Shelf,  outer: 

Geological  and  geophysical   explorations  seaward 

of  submerged  lands  of  Florida  to  be  subject  to 

approval  by  Regional  Oil  and  Gas  Supervisor 

and  to  requirements  respecting  aquatic  life—    2129 

Oil  and  gas  and  sulphur  operations;  royalty  and 

rental  "payments 4668 

Oil  and  gas  fields;  definition  of  known  geologic  struc- 
ture of  producing  fields: 


California 


1391 


coior'ado".::::::::::— - 1391. 2605 

New  Mexico—- 1391.  2605 

North  Dakota H?^ 

Wyoming 1391 

Oil  and  gas  operations.  Continental  Shelf.     See  Con- 
tinental Shelf. 
Power  site  classifications: 

No.  107,  Whitewater  River,  Calif;  cancellation 

No.  108,  Columbia  Rlver^  Washington;  cancellation 
in  part 


2605 


8544 
546 


No.  115,  Indian  Creek,  Calif.;  cancellation— 8544 


GEOLOGICAL  SURVEY— Continued  ^^ 

Power  site  classifications — Continued 
No.   152,  Quinavdt  River.  Wash.,  cancellation  in 

part 9388 

No.  177,  Qullcene  River,  Washington;  cancellation 

In  part 775 

No.  183,  North  Pork  Yuba  River,  Calif.,  cancellation 

in  part 8219 

No.  349,  Columbia  River,  Washington;  modification 

for  right-of-way 614 

No.  375,  Bighorn  River,  Wyoming;  cancellation  In 

part 2128 

No.  405,  Columbia  River,  Washington;  modification 

for  right-of-way , 614 

No.  438,  Gila  River,  Ariz <_. —    9148 

Records,  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records. 
Sulphur  operations  in  outer  Continental  Shelf.     Sec 
Continental  Shelf. 
GOLD  AND   GOLD  CERTIFICATES,   exportation  by 

mail — —     9141 

GOVERNMENT  CONTRACTS  COMMITTEE,  Office  of 
Chairman;     interpretation    of     Executive    Orders 
10479  and  10557: 
Definition  of  term  "standard  commercial  supplies"..     1193 
Non-discrlmlnatlon  provision;  when  included  in  con- 
tract      1193 

GOVERNMENT  EMPLOYEES: 
Appearance    befwe  Federal  Power  Commission    of 
former  employees.    See  Federal  Power  Commis- 
sion. 
Civil  service  regulations.     See  Civil  Service  Commis- 
sion. 
Conduct  of  employees  or  former  employees  of  Secur- 
ities and  Exchange  Commission.    See  Securities 
and  Exchange  Commission. 
Foreign  duty : 
Compensation  for.     See  State  Department. 
Cost-of-living  allowances,  income  tax  regulations 
respecting.     See  Internal  Revenue  Service. 
Income  taxes  of  District  of  Columbia,  withholding  of, 
from  compensation  of  Federal  employees  (Execu- 
tive Order  10672) 

Overtime    work  of  personnel  of  Plant    Quarantine 
a-anch.  Agriculture  Department,  In  connection 

with  Imports   and  exports 

Purchase  or  lease  of  land  In  Alaska  by  employees  of 
Interior  Department;  rights  and  restrictions — 
Transactions  for  personal  benefit  or  profit,  by  per- 
sonnel of  Office  of  Alien  Property,  prohibition. 
See  Alien  Property,  Office  of. 
Unemployment  compensation,  under  Social  Security 

Act.  See  Employment  Security  Bureau. 
Without-compensation  employees.  See  Air  Force 
Department;  Army  Department;  Commerce  De- 
partment; Defense  Mobilization.  Office  of;  Gen- 
eral Services  Administration;  Interstate  Com- 
merce Commission;  and  Labor  Department. 

GRANTS: 

Public  health  grants.    See  Public  Health  Service. 

To  States.    See  States. 
GUAM,    See  Territories  and  possessions. 

H 

HALIBUT     COMMISSION.     INTERNATIONAL.     See 

International  Pacific  Halibut  Commission. 
HAMILTON,  ALEXANDER,  BICENTENNIAL  (Procla- 
mation    3155) 

HANDICAPPED  PERSONS: 
Employment  in  sheltered  workshops.    See  Wage  and 

Hour  Division.  ,.  ^  ,„    , 

National  Employ  the  Physically  Handicapped  Week, 

1956    (Proclamation   3157) 

Special  services  for  handicapped  persons.  See  Vet- 
erans' Administration;  and  Vocational  Rehabili- 
tation. Office  oU 

HAWAII:  „      »  ,*     ^ 

Agricultural  conservation  programs.     See  Agriculture 

Department.  .         .       .,      j. 

Air  attack;  CONELRAD  voluntary  plan  of  radio  sta- 
tion operation.  See  Federal  Communications 
Commission.  ^      ,  ^  , 

Radio  frequencies  for  use  in.  See  Federal  Communi- 
cations Commission. 


5127 

3865 
8217 


7017 


7423 


108 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


HAWAII— Continued  Pa8« 
Restoration  of  certain  lands  to  Territory  of  Hawaii: 
Humuula,  North  Hilo,  Island  of  Hawaii:   certain 
lands  set  aside  as  site  for  V.  H.  P.  Link  Station 
under  control  of  Civil  Aeronautics  Administra- 
tion (Executive  Order  10666) 2801 

Waianae-Kai.  Oahu;  certain  lands  comprising  por- 
tions   of  Waianae-Kai  Military    Reservation 

(Executive  Order  10664.  10688) 2135,9007 

Waianae-Uka    and  Waikakalaua,   Oahu;     certain 

lands  comprising  part  of  Schofield  Barracks 

Military  Reservation  (Executive  Order  10665)-     2647 

School  lunch  program.     See  Agriculture  Department. 

Special  milk  program.     See  Agriculture  Department. 

Sugar   requirements,   quotas,   etc.    See  Agriculture 

^  Department. 

HAZARDOUS  DUTY,  for  members  of  Reserve  com- 
ponents of  uniformed  services,  incentive  pay  for; 
minimum  flight  requirements  for  members  on  ac- 
tive-duty and  inactive-duty  training    (Executive 

Order    10681) 1 8129 

HEALTH,  EDUCATION,  AND  WELFARE  DEPARTMENT: 
See  Education.  Office  of. 

Federal  Credit  Unions  Bureau. 
Food  and  Drug  Administration. 
Old-Age  and  Survivors  Insurance  Bureau. 
■     Public  Health  Service. 

Social  Security  Administration. 
Vocational  Rehabilitation,  Office  of. 
Authority,  delegation  of: 

See  also  Organization  and  delegations  of  authority. 
From  General  Services  Administrator: 
Contracts  for  supplies  and  services  relating  to 
health,  medical  research  and  scientific  re- 
search  programs 9335 

Processing   and  distribution  of  motion  pictures 

and  film  strips ^ 43 

Civil  defense  responsibilities: 
Donation  of  Federal  surplus  personal  property  for 

civil  defense  purposes 6721 

Pood  and  drug  responsibilities;  assignment  to  Food 

and  Drug  Administration 5659 

Construction  of  Federal  office  building  for  Food  and 
Drug  Administration,  certification  by  Secretary 
that  project  is  necessary;  prospectus  submitted 
by  General  Services  Administration.  See  main 
heading  General  Services  Administration. 
Dependents  of  members  of  Commissioned  Corps  of 
Public  Health  Service  and  Coast  and  Geodetic 
Survey,  and  Coast  Guard  when  not  in  service 
with  Navy,  medical  care  for;  jurisdiction  of  Sec- 
retary      8577 

Food  and  drug  responsibilities  in  connection  with 
civil  defense;  assignment  to  Food  and  Drug  Ad- 
ministration      5659 

Health  Advisory  Board.  Interagency,  representation 

on 3838 

Medical  care  for  dependents  of  members  of  Commis- 
sioned Corps  of  Public  Health  Service  and  Coast 
and  Geodetic  Survey,  and  Coast  Guard  when  not 
in  service  with  Navy,  jurisdiction  of  Secretary —     8577 
Organization  and  delegations   of  authority: 
Authority  respecting  surplus  property  disposal: 
Personal  property;  authority  of  Regional  Prop- 
erty Coordinators  for  each  region   (except 
Regions  I   and  VIII)    respecting   donations 
for   educational,   public,   and   civil   defense 

purposes   8373 

Real   property  and  related   personal   property; 
authority    of    Regional    Directors     (except 
Region   VIII),   and   Regioiial   Property   co- 
ordinators (except  Regions  I  and  VIH)  re- 
<^  specting  disposal  for  educational  and  public 

health   purposes 8372 

Surplus  Property  Utilization  Division,  Office  ,of 
Field  Administration,  establishment  and  func- 
tions  8372 

Poliomyelitis  vaccine,  standards  issued  jointly  by 
Surgeons  General  of   Army,   Navy,  and  Public 

Health  Service;  approval  by  Secretary 4922,  9227 

Surplus  property,  for  educational,  public  health,  and 
civil  defense  purposes: 
Allocation  and  utilization  of  surplus  personal  prop- 
erty   1350.  2170 

Revision.- 8359 


HEALTH,    EDUCATION,    AND    WELFARE    DEPART-    ^«^ 
MENT—Continued 

Surplus  property,  for  educational,  public  health,  and 
civil  defense  purposes — Continued 
Donation  of  Federal  surplus  personal  property  for 
civil     defense    purposes;     responsibilities    of 

Secretary  for  conducting  program 6721 

Minimum  standards  of  operation  for  Stf^te  agencies 

for  surplus  property 8432 

Organization  and  authority  delegations  in  connec- 
tion with.    See  Organization  and  delegations  of 
authority. 
Surplus  real  property,  disposal  and  utilization  of; 

revision 2565 

Youth  Fitness,  President's  Council  on;  representation 

on  (Executive  Order  1^673) 5341 

HISTORIC  SITES.  See  National  parks,  forests,  monu- 
ments. 

HOLIDAYS,  excusing  Federal  employees  from  duty  on 
December  24,  1956  (Memordandum  of  November 
23,   1956) 9239 

HOME  LOAN  BANK  BOARD.  See  Federal  Home  Loan 
Bank  Board. 

HOSPITALS: 
Army  medical  facilities;  eligibility  for  use.  etc.    See 

Army  Department. 
Grants  for  surveys,  planning,  and  construction.    See 

Public  Health  Service. 
Interns,  residents,  trainees  of  Government  hospitals, 

stipends  for;  civil  service  regulations  respecting. 

See  Civil  Service  Commission. 
Public   health   regulations   respecting   hospital   and 

medical  facilities.    See  Public  Health  Service. 
Veterans'  Administration  hospitals,  medical  care  in. 

See  Veterans'  Administration. 

HOUSING  AND   HOME   FINANCE  AGENCY: 

See  Federal  Housing  Administration. 

National  Voluntary  Mortgage  Credit  Extension 

Committee. 
Public  Housing  Administration. 
Atomic  Energy  Commission  properties,  disposition  of: 
Delegations  of  authority  respecting.    See  Organi- 
zation, delegations  of  authority,  etc. 
Disposal  of  property  in  communities  imder  owner- 
ship and  management  of  Atomic  Energy  Com- 
mission; transfer  of  certain  functions  respect- 
ing   to   Administrator   from   Atomic    Energy 

Commission   (Executive  Order  10657) 1063 

Finding  of  reasonable  ]X)ssibility  of  disposal  of  real 

property  at  Oak  Ridge,  Tennessee 5135 

Authority,  delegations  of.    See  Organization. 
Federal  Flood  Indemnity  Administration;  establish- 
ment.    See  Organization.    . 
Location  and  jurisdiction  of  HHFA  Regional  Offices-.  10189 
National  Voluntary  Mortgage  Credit  Extension  Com- 
mittee; Housing  and  Home  Finance  Administra- 
tor to  serve  as  Chairman 10189 

Organization,  delegations  of  authority,  etc.: 
Delegations  of  final  authority,  etc.: 
Acting  Administrator,  other  acting  officers,  and  . 
attesting    officers;    supersedure    of    certain 

designations  of 10185 

Community  Disposition  Program  (Atomic  Energy 
Commission  properties) : 
Director;  authority  to  execute  powers,  func- 
tions, and  duties  of  Administrator,  includ- 
ing contracts  for  advertising,  with  respect 
to  disposition  of  certain  property  at  Atomic 
Energy  Commission  communities  of  Oak 
Ridge,  Tennessee,  and  Richland,  Washing- 
ton    ._.    3236 

Supervisor^: 
Acting  Supervisor,  Oak  Ridge,  Tennessee; 

designation  of  certain  officials  to  act  as.  10001 
Authority  of  Supervisors  to  execute  deeds, 
contracts  to  purchase,  or  sell,  make  find- 
ings concerning  availability  of  financing, 
etc.,  in  connection  with  disposition  of 
certain  property  at  Oak  Ridge,  Tennes- 
see, and  Richland,  Washington 3236, 8999 

Community  Facilities  Administration: 
Acting  Commissioner,  designation  of  certain 

officers  to  act  as -  10001 


ANNUAL  IND€X,  1956 


109 


I 


HOUSING  AND  HOME  FINANCE  AGENCY— Con.       P^^e 
Organization,  delegations  of  authority,  etc. — qon. , 
Delegations  of  final  authority,  etc.— ContinuWi/ 
Community  Facilities  Administration — Conttnued 
Commissioner;    delegation   of   authority   with 
respect  to  advances  for  public  works  plan- 
ning pursuant  to  Housing  Acts  of  1954  and 

1955   Amendments 45 

Public  Housing  Commissioner  and  designees;  au- 
thority to  execute  all  powers  and  functions 
•  vested  in  Administrator  under  Public  Law 
284,  84th  Congress,   relating   to  disposition 

of  war  housing  at  Norfolk,  Virginia 621 

Publication  of  delegations  of  final  authority  and 

designations 10189 

Regional  Offices: 
All  Regional  Administrators  and/or  designees: 
Authority    respecting    slum    clearance    and 
urban  renewal  and  demonstration  and 
urban  planning  grant  programs  (Hous- 
ing Acts  1949  and  1954) ;  exceptions: 
Approve    documents   respecting    proposed 
land     disposition     contracts,     deeds, 

leases,  awards,  etc.;  deletion 1468 

Approve  preliminary  project  reports;  de- 
letion     5471 

Approve   requisitions   for  loan   payments 

through  private  financing 5385 

Redelegation  of  authority  to  Regional  Di- 
rectors; approval  of  local  public  agency 
proposals  respecting  land  disp>osition-  1468 
Redelegation  of  authority  to  Urban  Re- 
newal Regional  Directors;  exceptions 
regarding  approval  of  requisitions  for 

loan  payments — 5385 

Redesignations 5471 

Authority  to  take  action  In  connection  with 

advances    for    public    works    planning 

"    authorized  under  section  702  of  Housing 

Act  of   1954  and  section   112  of   1955 

Amendments 6076 

Puerto    Rico    Area    Office     (including    Virgin 
Islands) ,  Area  Director  of  Urban  Renewal: 
authority  respecting  sltma  clearance  and 
urban    removal    and    planning    programs 
(Housing  Acts  of  1949  and  1954) : 
Approve  certain  local  acquisition  of  property ; 
.»                   Increase     In    maximum     cost    limita- 
tion—  - 6964 

Approve  preliminary  project  reports;  edi- 
torial  amendment 6964 

Region  II,  Philadelphia : 
Regional  Administrative  Officer  and  Admin- 
istrative    Clerk;     redelegation     to,     of 
authority  respecting  executive  contracts 
and  agreements  for  supplies,  equipment. 

and  services  for  field  offices 1918 

Urban  Renewal  Regional  Director  and  Proj- 
ect Representatives;  authority  to  ap- 
prove certain  third-party  contracts  in 
connection  with  slum  clearance  and  ur- 
ban planning  grant  programs  pursuant 

to  Housing  Acts  of  1949  and  1954 620 

Urban  Renewal  Commissioner: 

Acting  Commissioner;  designation  of  various 

officials  to  act  as,  and  order  of  succession.  _  8999 
Authority  respecting  slum  clearance  and  urban 
renewal  and  demonstration  and  urban 
planning  grant  programs  (Housing  Acts 
of  1949  and  1954) ;  approve  urban  rede- 
velopment or  renewal  plan 3038 

Various  officials;  sup>ersedure  of  certain  desig- 
nations of  Acting  Administrator,  other  act- 
ing officers,  and  attesting  officers 10185 

Organization,  functions,  etc.: 

Administrator,  authority,  functions,  etc.: 
Fxmctions  performed  under  Administrator,  pur- 
suant to  delegation  of  authority  from  and/ 
or     agreement     with     another     Federal 

agency 10187 

Organization  of  Office  of  Administrator 10187 

Responsibilities  vested  In  or  assigned  to  Ad- 
ministrator   10186 

Agency  organization  and  establishment 10185 

Central  Office  organization  and  functions 10187 


HOUSING  AND  HOME  FINANCE  AGENCY— Con.      Pag« 
Organization,  delegations  of  authority,  etc. — Con.  ^ 

Organization,  functions,  etc. — Continued 

Comfaunity  Facilities  Administration- 10188  . 

Federal  Flood  Indemnity  Administration;  estab- 
lishment, program  responsibilities 10189 

Field   Service  organization  and  functions 10189 

Location  and  jurisdiction  of  HHFA  Regional 

Offices 10189 

National  Housing  Council 10185 

Advisory  Board  for  Agency  Policy  Coordina- 
tion    —  10185 

Urban  Renewal  Administration 10188 

Records,  non-Federal;   retention  requirements.     See 

Tnain  heading  Records. 
Slum  clearance  and  urban  renewal: 
Delegations  of  authority  respecting.    See  Organiza- 
tion, delegations  of  authority,  etc. 
Relocation  payments  under  section  106  (f )  of  Hous- 
ing Act  of   1949;   grant  contract  provisions, 
eligibility  for  payments,  filing  of  claims,  etc—    9991 
Urban  renewal  program: 

Delegations  of  authority  respecting.     See  Organiza- 
tion, delegations  of  authority,  etc. 
Organization  of  Urban  Renewal  Administration —  10188 
Relocation    payments.    See  Slum    clearance    and 
urban  renewal. 
HOVENWEEP    NATIONAL    MONUMENT,    Utah    and 
Colorado;    inclusion    of    Cutthroat    Castle    ruins 
(Proclamation  3132) 2369 

HUMAN    RIGHTS    DAY,    UNITED    NA-RONS,     1956 

(Proclamation   3166) 9757 

HUNTING  AND  FISHING;  regulations  respecting.  See 
Alaska  Game  Commission;  Fish  and  Wildlife  Serv- 
ice; and  National  Park  Service. 

"•  • 

IMMIGRATION  AND  NATURALIZATION  SERVICE: 
Agricultural  workers,  admission  of.     See  Immigration 

regulations. 
Appeals : 
Board  of  Immigration  Appeals: 

Appellate  jurisdiction 676 

Notice  of  appeal 676 

"Officer  in  charge,"  deletion 3337 

Record  on  appeal,  forwarding  of 677 

Regional  commissioners,  appellate  jurisdiction: 
Applications  for  certificates  of  citizenship: 

Decisions  of  district  directors,  appeals  from —     2558 

Hawaiian  Islands,  revocation 677 

Applications  for  preexamination,  reference 677 

"Officer  in  charge."  deletion 3338 

Attorneys  and  representatives,  enrollment  and  dis- 
barment of 2970,4080 

Authority  delegations: 
See  also  General  provisions;  and  Organization. 

Assistant  Commissioner,  Examinations  Division 677 

Commissioner 677 

District  directors,  deletion  of  "officer  in  charge"—     3338 

Regional  commissioners 677 

Applications  for  certificates  of  citizenship 677,  2558 

Designation  of  ports  of  entry  and  international 

airports 3338 

Board  of  Immigration  Appeals.     See  Appeals. 

Bonds,  immigration;  deletion  of  "officer  in  charge". _    3337 

Definitions: 

"Officer  in  charge" 3337 

"Subofflce" 8337 

Examinations  and  hearings: 
Aliens  arriving  in  United  States.    See  Immigration 

regulations. 
Petitioners  and  applicants  for  citizenship  and  nat- 
uralization papers.  See  Nationality  regulations. 
Reopening  and  reconsideration;  motion  to  reopen 
or  reconsider:    - 

Appeal   . 677 

Fees 677 

Piling 677 

"Officer  in  charge."  deletion 3338.  3494 

Fe^  for  service,  documents,  papers,  etc 2558,  3337,  8213 


110 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


HI 


IMMIGRATION  AND  NATURALIZATION  SERVICE—    P08« 
Continued 
Forms : 
Immigration   forms,   prescribed:    additions,    dele- 
tions, changes 102.  2326.  8077.  8214,  10171 

Forms  available  from  Superintendent  of  Docu- 
ments    10171 

Reproduction  of  forms  by  private  parties.  _  8077,  10171 

Nationality  forms,  prescribed;  additions,  changes 833. 

2326 
General  provisions: 

Authority  of  Regional  Commissioners,  waiver  of 
certain     requirements     respecting     exchange 

aliens 8213 

Bonds,  immigration;  approval  by  district  director 
of  request  for  deli^ry  of  collateral  security  to 
administrator  or  executor  of  estate  of  deceased 

depositor  ,8213 

Fees.    See  Service  records.  ■* 
Lawful  admission  for  permanent  residence,  pre- 
sumption of;  aliens  admitted  to  Guam 8213 

Service  recqrds: 
Fees  for  service,  documents,  papers,  and  records 
not  specified  in  Immigration  and  Nationality 
Act;  additions,  changes,  deletions. _  2558,  3337,  8213 

Remittance  of  fees,  when  submitted 8213 

Immigration  quotas: 

Sudan  (Proclamation  3147) : 5127 

Tunisia  (Proclamation  3158) 7423 

Immigration  regulations: 
Admission : 
See  also  Entry  into  United  States. 
Agricultural   workers,   admission   under   special 
legislation: 

Compliance  by  employer i 2326 

Duplicate  identification  cards 2326 

Extension  of  stay,  conditions 2968 

Inspection : 

At  reception  centers 2326, 10171 

At  recruitment  centers,  preliminary  inspec- 
tion  __     2326 

Period  for  which  admitted 2325,  2968 

Readmission  after  temporary  visits  to  Mexico-    2326, 

2968 

Recontracting  In  United  States *___     2326 

Aliens,  admission  on  giving  bond  or  cash  discount : 

authority 2967. 10171 

Documentary  requirements  for  admission.    See 

Documentary  requirem^ents. 
Nonimmigrants: 

Exchange  aliens,  special  condition  of  admis- 
sion      8077 

Extension  of,  period  of  temporary  admission.,     2968 
General,  deletion  of  "officer  in  charge". _  2967,  2968 
Students: 
Approval  of  certain  institutions  of  learning 

—     and  recognized  places  of  study 8075 

-  Certificate  of  eligibility 8077 

Student  returning  from  foreign  contiguous 

territory 2325 

Employment,  application  for  practical  train- 

hig 8077 

"Officer  in  charge",  deletion 2968 

Petition' for  approval 8075 

Prerequisites  for  admission 2325 

Transit  aliens,  bonds;  deletion  of  "officer  in 

charge" 2968 

Treaty  trader,  trader  and  dependents  admitted 
under  Immigration  Act  of  1924;  deletion 

of  "officer  in  charge"! 2968 

Students.     See  Nonimmigrants. 
Agricultural  workers,  admission  of.     See  Admission. 
Aircraft,   special   provisions   respecting;    place   of 

landing 2969 

Airmen  or  seamen,  special  classes;  revocation.  8979, 10171 
Alien  crewmen: 

Control  of,  revocation 10171 

Landing   of , 8979,  10170 

Parole  of 8979.  10170 

Pay  off  or  discharge  of «980. 10171 

Arrival  manifests  and  lists,  supporting  docu- 
ments  _.  8978. 10169 

Arrival-departure  manifests  and  lists,  supporting 

documents . 8775, 10167 


IMMIGRATION  AND  NATURALIZATION  SERVICE—     ^^z* 

Continued 
Immigration  regulations — Continued 

Attorneys  and  representatives,  enrollment  and  dis- 
barment of: 
Admission  to  practice,  "officer  in  charge  of  sub- 
office"  substituted  for  "officer  in  charge  ' 2970 

Suspen.sion  and  disbarment,  procedure  for 2970,4080 

Contiguous  foreign  territory  and  adjacent  islands, 
entry  through  or  from.    See  Entry  into  United 
States. 
Deportation : 
Aliens  in  United  States,  deportation  of: 
Execution  of  warrants  of  deportation,  stay  of 

deportation 2326 

"Officer  in  charge",  deletion 2970 

Deportability  of  aliens  in  United  States,  proceed- 
ings to  determine;   apprehension,  custody, 

hearing,  and  appeal 97,2969 

Decision  of  special  inquiry  officer,  use  of  non- 

recofd  information 8493 

Evidence;  confidential  information,  revocation.    8493 
Excluded  aliens,  deportation  of;  deletion  of  "of- 
ficer in  charge" 2969 

Suspension  of  deportation  and  voluntary  depar- 
ture: 

Application  for  voluntary  departure 101 

Confidential  information,  use  of;  revocation 8493 

Extension  of  time  to  depart 102 

Revocation  of  grant  of  voluntary  departure; 

revocation .      101 

Suspension  of  deportation 101 

Verification  of  departure,  cancellation  of  de- 
livery bond 101 

Voluntary  departure  subsequent  to  commence- 
ment of  hearing 101 

Detention  of  aliens  for  examination.    See  Exam- 
ination of  aliens. 
Documentary  requirements: 
Immigrants:" 

Authority  to  grant  individual  waivers 2967 

Not  required  to  present  passports,  immigrant 

pre-examined  and  found  admissible .    8075 

Not  required  to  present  visas  or  passports 832 

Resident  alien's  border-crossing  identification 

card,  use  of 832 

Nonimmigrants :  ^ 

Applications  for  permission  to  enter  United 
States  temporarily: 
At  time  of  application  for  admission  at  p>ort 

of  entry •_ 10171 

Prior  to  application  for  admission  at  port  of 

entry '____  832,  10171 

Nonresident  alien  Mexican  border  crossing  card 

acceptable  in  lieu  of  nonimmigrant  visa__    8214 
Not  required   to   present  passports,   vistis,   or 
border-crossing  identification  cards;  alien 
pilot  of  vessel  who  travels  to  United  States 
because  of  emergency  weather  conditions _ .    8075 

Parole  of  aliens  into  United  States 2967,  8075 

Required   to  present  passE>orts   but  not  visas 
or    border-crossing    identification    cards; 
alien  arriving  from  remote  Pacific  island..    8075 
Entry  into  United  States: 
See  also  Admission. 

Contiguous  foreign  territory  and   adjacent  is- 
lands, entry  through  or  from: 
Contracts  with  transportation  lines,  "regional 
commissioner"  substituted  for  "Commis- 
sioner"       2969 

Preexamination  outside  United  States 2969,  10171 

Entry  documents  of  aliens  entering  or  departing 
other  than  as  nonimmigrant  crewmen,  dispo- 
sition of: 

Form  I-94._. 2963 

Revoca,tion 10171 

Lists  of  aliens  and  citizen  passengers  arriving  or 
departing: 
Immigration  stations  in  Canada,  revocation. _    2968 
Ports  of  entry  for  aliens  arriving  by  aircraft, 

revocation ^ 2968 

Ports  of  entry  for  aliens  arriving  by  vessels  or 

land  transportation,  revocation^ 2968^, 


IMMIGRATION  AND  NATURALIZATION  SERVICE—    p»b« 

Continued 

Immigration  regulations — Continued 
Examination  of  aliens: 

Agricultural  workers.  Inspection  of 2326,  10171 

Detention  for  observation  and  examination,  de- 
tention  expenses;    deletion   of    "officer   in 

charge" 2968 

Inspection  of  aliens  applying  for  admission.  8776, 10168 

"Officer  in  charge",  deletion 29S8 

Preexamination  procedure 101 

Pre-inspection  in  certain  parts  of  United  States.       101 
Preexamination  of  aliens  within  United  States, 

application —  101,  4080 

Removal,  temporary,  for  examination  upon  ar- 
rival; deletion  of  "officer  in  charge" 2968 

Exclusion  of  aliens: 
See  also  Deportation. 

"Officer  in  charge",  deletion -    2969 

Field  officers,  powers  and  duties;  deletion  of  "of- 
ficer in  "Charge" 2970 

Fines,  imposition  and  collection  of: 

Notice  of  final  decision  to  collector  of  customs —    4080 

"Officer  in  charge",  deletion 2970 

Forms.    See  Forms,  above. 

Inspection  of  aliens.    See  Examination. 

Nonimmigrants: 

Admission  of.    See  Admission. 

Documentary  requirements.     See  Documentary  . 

requirements. 
Status.    See  Status  of  nonimmigrant. 
Preexamination   of   aliens   within   United   States. 

See  Examination. 
Reentry  permits: 

Extensions    832 

Printing  of;  forms  printed  by  Public  Printer.  8077, 10171 
Registration  of  aliens  in  United  States: 
Forms  and  procedure;  alien  registration  receipt 

card 102.  10171 

Special    groups,    provisions    governing;     aliens 

under  deportation  proceedings 102 

Seamen  or  airmen,  special  classes,  revocation.  8979.  10171 
Status  of  nonimmigrant,  adjustment  of,  to  that  of 
person  admitted  for  permanent  residence  in 
accordance  with  Refugee  Relief  Act  of  1953. 

as  amended 2970,  8077 

Students,  admission  of.    See  Admission:  nonimmi- 
grants. 
Information,  places  and  maimer  of  securing.     See 

Organization. 
Nationality  regulations:  - 

Certificates  of  citizenship,  application  for 2326 

Citizenship  papers,  application  for 2326 

Classes  of  persons  who  may  be  naturalized,  special; 

alien  enemies,  deletion  of  "officer  in  charge".-    2970 
Courts,  naturalization: 
'    Clerks  of  naturalization  courts,  functions  and 

duties  of;  deletion  of  "officer  in  charge" 2971 

Proceedings  before  naturalization  court,  deletion 

of  "officer  in  charge" 2971 

Declaration     of     intention.       See     Naturalization 

papers. 
Deportation    proceedings,    pending;    warrant    of 

arrest 102 

Examination,  preliminary,  on  petitions  for  natural- 
ization; deletion  of  "officer  in  charge" 2971 

Forms.    See  Forms,  above. 
Naturalization  papers: 

Certificate  of  naturalization,  delivery  of;  deletion 

of  "officer  in  charge" 2971 

Declaration  of  intention: 

Numbering,  Indexing,  binding 833 

"Officer  in  charge",  deletion 2971 

Petitions  for  naturalization.     See  Petitions  for 
naturalization. 
Oath  of  allegiance: 

Form  of  oath 8077 

"Officer  in  charge",  deletion 2971 

Petition  for  naturalization,  deletion  of  "officer  in 

charge" 2970,  2971 

Proof  of  qualification  fornaturalization: 

Depositions,  procedure,  in  United  States 833 

"Officer  in  charge",  deletion 2971 

Residence,  physical  presence,  and  absence;  appli- 
cation for  benefits  with  respect  to  absences —    2326 


IMMIGRATION  AND  NATURALIZATION  SERVICE—    p«8« 
Continued 

Nationality  regulations — Continued 
^      Revdcation  of  naturalization,  investigation  and  re- 
port; "regional  commissioner"  substituted  for 

"Commlssioher" 2971 

Organization : 

Central  office;  chief  special  inquiry  officer 116 

Field  Service: 

District  offices.  District  3.  New  York  City,  New 
York;  Columbia  and  Greene  Counties,  dele- 
tion  6941 

Officers   in   charge 2263 

Subofflces.  ports  of  entry,  aliens  arriving  by  air- 
craft. District  No.  14,  San  Antonio,  Tex.; 
addition  of  McAUen,  Tex.,  Miller  Municipal 

Airport 6941 

Information,  places  and  maimer  of  securing;  Field 

Service 2263 

District  offices: 

No.  7,  Buffalo.  New  York;  "station"  substituted 

for  "stations" 4421 

No.  17,  Honolulu;  jurisdiction 2696 

No.  22,  Portland,  Maine;  jurisdiction 4421 

Regional  offices,  jurisdiction  of  Northeast  Re- 
gional Office 2696 

Suboffices.. 269j6,  2797 

Immigration  stations  in  foreign  countries.  Dis- 
trict 22,  Portland,  Maine;  Halifax,  Nova 

Scotia,  Canada,  addition 4422 

Ports  of  entry  for  aliens  arriving  by  vessel  or 

land  transportation;  District  No.  10,  St. 

Paul,  Minn.: 
Class  A  ports: 

Ely,  Minn.;  addition 4422 

Winston,  Minn.;  revocation 4422 

Class  C  ports;  Silver  Bay,  Minn.,  addition—    4422 
Records,  Service: 

Certification  of  nonexistence  of  record 676 

Fees  for  service,  documents,  papers,  etc 2558,  3337, 

Refugee  Relief  Act  of  1953,  as  amended,  adjustment 
of  status  of  nonimmigrant  to  that  of  person  ad- 
mitted for  permanent  residence  under 2970.  8077 

Sudan,  immigration  quota  for  (Proclamation  3147)  ..    5127 
Tunisia,  immigration  quota  for  (Proclamation  3158)  _    7423 

IMPORTS  AND  EXPORTS: 

Agricultural  commodities.  See  Agriculture  Depart- 
ment; and  Commodity  Credit  Corporation. 

Aircraft  and  related  products,  imports  of;  certifica- 
tion and  approval.    See  Civil  Aeronautics  Board. 

Arms,  ammunition,  and  implements  of  war  on  United 
States  Munitions  List,  and  related  technical  data: 
Applications  for  foreign  patents.    See  Patent  Of- 
fice. 
Imports  and  exports.    See  State  Department. , 

Canal  Zone,  importations  by  certain  persons.  See 
Canal  Zone  Government. 

Cotton,  long-staple,  imports  of;  modification  of  re- 
strictions  (Proclamation  3145) 4995 

Customs  regulations.    See  Customs  Bureau. 

Export  control.     See  Foreign jCommerce  Bureau. 

Foreign  assets  control  regulations;  imports  from  cer- 
tain foreign  countries.  See  Treasury  Depart- 
ment. 

Foreign  excess  property,  imports  of.  See  Commerce 
Bureau. 

Hardboard   from  Sweden;   rescission  of  finding  of 

dumping  with  respect  to  certain  exporters  of.  6395, 7495 

International  trade  fairs,  imports  in  connection  with. 
See  Customs  Bureau. 

Investigations  respecting  imports.  See  Reciprocity 
Information  Committee;  and  Tariff  Commission. 

Mail,  exports  and  imports  in;  postal  regulations  re- 
specting international  mail.  See  Post  Office 
Department. 

Peanuts.  Virginia-type;  modification  of  import  re- 
strictions (Proclamation  3152) 6595 

Trade    agreements    affecting    imports.    See    Trade 
agreements. 
INCENTIVE  AWARDS.    See  Civil  Service  Commission. 

INCOME  TAXES: 
Regulations  respecting.    See  Internal  Revenue  Serv- 

Withholding  of  District  of  Columbia  income  taxes 

by  Federal  agencies  (Executive  Order  10672).-    5127 


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112 


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ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


ANNU/id  INDEX,  1956 


INDIAN  AFFAIRS  BUREAU:  ^^ 

A 1  Qclr o  * 

Annette  Island  Reserve.  Metlakahtla  Indians  and 

other  Natives,  revocation 9565 

U.  S.  M.  S.  "North  Star."  operation  between  Seattle, 
Wash.,  and  stations  of  Bureau  of  Indian  Af- 
fairs and  other  Gtovernment  agencies  in  Alaska ; 

proposed  rule  making 8192 

Allotments,  individual,  restricted  Indian  and  other 
lands;  leasing  and  pennitting  of  trust,  for  farm- 
ing, farm  pasture,  business,  etc 3185 

Cabazon,  and  Augustine  Indian  Reservation,  River- 
side County.  California ;  allotment  of  lands  on__    3185 
Authority,  delegations  of: 
By  Acting  Commissioner,  to  Superintendents  or  Of- 
ficer in  Charge  of  designated  agency  or  field 
office;  redelegation  of  functions  relating  to  var- 
ious matters: 
Lands  and  minerals:  ' 

Archaeological  permits 546 

Leases  and  permits 546 

Mineral  leases  and  permits —      546 

Mortgages,  release  of 546 

Rights-of-way 646 

Tribal   fees 546 

Welfare  matter;  commitment  of  insane  Indians.-    8596 
By  Area  Directors  to  various  officials : 
Aberdeen  Area  Office;  redelegation  of  authority  of 
Director : 
Assistant  Area  Director,  Administration,  and 
Area  Property  and  Supply  Officer ;  author- 
ity to  enter  into  certain  contracts 6419 

Superintendents  and  other  designated  employ- 
ees; functions  relating  to  certain  matters: 
Cheyenne  River  Agency: 

Lands  and  minerals;  mortgages  and  deeds 

of   trust _ — —     3973 

Specific  legislation 8369 

Lands  and  minerals;  mineral  leases  and  per- 
mits      9388 

Anadarko  Area  Office;  redelegation  of  authority 
of  Director  to  Superintendents  and   other 
designated  employees: 
Funds  and  fiscal  matters;  Osage  funds: 

Deposit  and  expenditure  of  individual  funds.     3086 

Investment  of  funds . 6844 

Health  and  welfare  matters;  appointment  of 

guardians 3086 

Billings  Area  Office;  redelegation  of  authority  of 
Director: 
Assistant  Area  Director.  Administration,  and 
Area  Property  and  Supply  Officer;  author- 
ity respecting  contracts  for  construction, 
\  supplies  and  services,  and  for  engineering 

and  architectural  services 2639 

Superintendents,  and  Project  Engineer;  func- 
tions relating  to  publication  of  advertise- 
ments, notices,  etc.,  in  newspapers 1906 

Gallup  Area  Office;  redelegation  of  authority,  of 
Director : 
Assistant  Area  Director,  Administration,  and 
Area  Property  and  Supply  Officer;  author- 
ity respecting  contracts  for  construction, 
supplies  and  services,  and  for  engineering 

and  architectural  services 503,  3066 

General  Superintendents,  etc.: 

Lands  and  minerals;  Navajo  uranium  pros- 
pecting and  mining  permits 5848 

Navajo  Agency,  Subagency  Superintendent; 

trade  with  Indians,  issuance  of  peddler         » 

permits 6286 

Juneau  Area  Office;  redelegation  of  authority  of 
Director  to  Assistant  Area  Director,  Area 
Property  and  Supply  Officer  and  Administra- 
tive Officer  and  Special  Representative,  re- 
specting contracts  for  construction,  supplies 
and  services,  and  for  engineering  and  archi- 
tectural  services 5943 

Phoenix  Area  Office ;  redelegation  of  authority  of 
Director  to  Assistant  Area  Director,  Adminis- 
tration, and  Area  Property  and  Supply 
Officer,  respecting  contracts  for  construc- 
tion. suppHes  and  services,  and  for  engineer- 
ing and  architectural  services 6844 


INDIAN  AFFAIRS  BUREAU— Continued  ,   ^^^ 

Authority,  delegations  of — Continued 

By  Area  Directors  to  various  officials — Continued  4.,. 
Portland  Area  Office;  redelegation  of  authority  of 
Director  to  Assistant  Area  Director.  Adminis- 
tration, and  Area  Property  and  Supply 
Officer,  respecting  contracts  for  constructioilf 
supplies  and  services.'  and  for  engineering 

and  architectural  services 6844 

Sacramento  Area  Office ;  redelegation  of  authority 
of  Director  to  P^eld  Representative,  relating 
to  various  matters: 

General ;  appeals  and  limitations 1296 

/  Procurement    matters;    demountable    surplus 

housing -^^:r:^ 1297 

By  Commissioner  to  various  officials : 
Area   Directors;    functioi^   relating   to   various 
matters: 

Appeals r 10345 

Central  Office,  authority  of 10346 

Contracts,  for  construction,  supplies  and  serv- 
ices, and  foi:  engineering  and  architectural 

services 2290.  7460 

Credit  matters: 

Loan   agreements..- . 6357 

Modifications  of  loan  agreements 6357 

Funds  and  fiscal  matters;  Osage  funds: 
Deposit  and  expenditure  of  individual  funds.     2897 

Investment  of  funds 6357 

General  matters: 
Fire  agreements  and  emergency  assistance..  10346 

Litigation;  Five  Civilized  Tribes 503 

Publication  of  advertisements,  notices,  etc., 

in  newspapers « 503 

Indian  lands  and  minerals: 

Leases  .» 6357 

Mineral  leases  and  permits 1905,7655 

Navajo    in-anium    prospecting    and  jninlng 

permits 1455 

Rights-of-way  , 503 

Roads  6357 

Law  and  order;  Indian  court  sentences 503 

Property  matters;  conveyance  of  p>ersonal  prop- 
erty under  Act  of  June  4.  1953  (67  Stat. 

41) ^ 503 

Repeals : 
Authority  under  act  approved  August  13. 1954 

(68  Stat.  724)  (Western  Oregon) 10346 

Contracts,  medical,  ho.spital.  and  nursing 503 

Health  laws,  enforcement  of 503 

Loan  agreements  and  modifications 6357 

Tribal    fees 6357 

Specific  legislation: 
Authority  under  act  approved  August  12, 1953 

(67  Stat.  558) __.     7351 

Authority  under  act  approved   August   13. 

1954  (68  Stat.  '3|24)   (Western  OregQp)..     1456 

Repealed 10346 

Authority  under  act  approved  September  3. 
1954    (P.    L.    776.    83rd   Congress.    2nd 

Session,  68  Stat.  1191) 8369 

Authority  under  P.   L.   587    (68   Stet.   718) 

(Klamath)    222 

Welfare  matters;  appointment  of  guardians 2896 

Deputy  Commissioner  and  others;  functions  re- 
lating to  contracts  for  construction,  supplies      * 
and  services,  and  for  engineering  and  archi- 
tectural services 8219 

From  Secretary  of  Interior  to  Commissioner  re- 
specting certain  matters: 

Authority  under  sp>ecific  acts 7027,  7656 

Lands  and  minerals 7655 

Litigation:  Five  Civilized  Tribes 7655 

Confederated  Salish  and  Kootenai  Tribes  of  Flathead 
Indian  Reservation,  Montana;  restoration  to 
Tribes  of  described  lots  within  certain  townsites 

and  villa  sites 6681 

Contracts : 
F\inctions  relating  to.    See  under  Authority. 
In  connection  with  education  of  Indians.    See  Ed- 
ucation of  Indians. 
Credit  Uf  Indians : 
Fui\/rtions  relating  to  credit  matters.    See  under 
Authority. 


INDIAN  AFFAIRS  BUREAU— Continued  l*^ 

Credit  to  Indians — Continued 
Klamath  tribal  loan  fund;  interest,  service  fees, 

and  penalties - 1676 

Education  of  Indians: 
Federal  schools  for  Indians;  enrollment,  attend- 
ance, etc 627 

Higher  education;  administration  of  loans,  grants, 

and  other  assistance  for 628 

Indian  schools,  attendance;  revocation 629 

Public  school  tuition,  except  eastern  Oklahoma; 

revocation 829 

Public  schools,  enrollment  of  Indians  in 628. 9565_ 

State  contract,  education  of  Indians  under;  revo- 
cation   y-      629 

Electrification     projects;     lighting     of     recreational 
grounds  of  Colorado  River  Tribe.    See  Irrigation 
projects. 
Enrollment  of  Indians: 
Appeals;  purtx)se  and  scope  of  regulations,  amended 

to  include  certain  1956  Acts  of  Congress 7326 

Confederated  Tribes  of  Grand  Ronde  Community, 

final  membership  roll -. 2447 

Confederated  Tribes  of  Siletz  Indians 5453 

Paiute  Indian  Tribe.  Shivwits.  Kanosh.  Koosharem 
and  Indian  Peaks  Bands,  final  membership 

roll   -—    2453 

Ute  Indian  Tribe.  Uintah  and  Ouray  Reservation, 
Utah;   mixed-blood  and  full-blood  members. 

ftoal  membership  rolls 2208,  2209 

Fees  •  witness  and  interpreter.    See  Heirs  and  wills. 
Forestry;  general  forest  regulations,  advertisement  of 
sales,  exception  respecting   timber   sales   up  to 

$2,000  in  value _-^__---  — ---     8104 

Fort  Berthold  Reservation.  Three  Affiliated  Tribes  of ; 
Federal  liquor  laws  respecting  sale,  possession, 
etc..  of  intoxicating   beverages,  in  area   under 

jurisdiction  of -,-:— V — ?"    ^" 

Funds  and  fiscal  matters,  functions  relatmg  to.    See 

under  Authority.  .  ^      ,,.   . 

Gas;  mining  on  lands  of  various  tribes.  mSee  Mining. 
Grazing : 
General  regulations:  .  *    v.  ,  .,.,^ 

Authority  to  seU  grazing  privileges  on  tribal  and 

Allotted  land 7--    ^^^* 

Carrying  capacities  of  range  units  and  grazing 

seasons;   revocation 1*^5 

Free  grazing  privileges JJ^* 

Grazing  capacity  of  reservation.. -—     ^^^o 

Livestock  diseases,  control  of ijjo 

Objectives JJ4^ 

Record  of  grazing  permits;  revocation mo 

Leasing  of  lands,  for  grazing.    Sec  Leases. 

Nava j o  Reservation,  grazing  regulations ^ei^ 

Health  and  welfare  matters,  functions  relating  to. 

See  under  Authority. 
Heirs  sitid  wills  i 
Determination  of  heirs  and  approval  of  wills  (ex- 
cept as  to  members  of  Five  Civilized  Tribes  and 
Osage  Indians);  witness  and  interpreter  fees.    1718 
Five  Civilized  Tribes:  determination  of  heirs  and 
probate  of  estates  of  deceased  Indians: 

Definitions:   "Area  director'.. 7023 

,  Summary  distribution '^^^ 

Irrigation  projects:  ,    ■     *    „ 

Electrification  projects;  Colorado  River  Irrigation 

Project,  Arizona,  providing  special  discount  rate 

for  lighting  recreational  grounds  of  Colorado 

River  Tribe -—    6394 

Operation  and  maintenance  charges: 

Burns   Indian  Village,   Warm   Springs  Agency. 

Oregon;  proposed 9328.9950 

Colville    Indian    Irrigation    Project.    Washing- 

ton 8242.9644 

Duck  Valley  Irrigation  Project,  Nevada 1487 

Flathead  Indian  Irrigation  Project,  Montana.  6072.  9565 

Jocko  Division Joel' oooi! 

Mission  Valley  and  Camas  Divisions 1357,23^57 

Port  Belknap  Indian  Irrigation  Project,  Mon 


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900 


Fort  Hall  Indian  Irrigation  Project.  Idaho ^^121 

Fort  Hall  Indian  Reservation,  proposed 8662 

Klamath  Indian  Irrigation  Project,  Oregon.  2384. 3318 
Klamath  Indian  Reservation 7653,8918 


INDIAN  AFFAIRS  BUREAU— Continued 

Irrigation  projects — Continued 
Operation  and  maintenance  charges — Continued 
Navajo  Indian  Irrigation  Project,  Arizona  and 

New   Mexico 1798 

Pine  River  Indian  Irrigation  Project,  Colorado.      421 

Pyramid  Lake  Project.  Nevada 1487 

San    Carlos    Indian    Irrigaticm    Project.    Ari- 
zona  5»32.  7765,  8241 

Toppenish  Simcoe  Project,  Yakima  Indian  Reser- 
vation, Washington 1 269 

Walker  River  Indian  Irrigation  Project,  Nevada; 

proposed 1176 

Wapato  Indian  Irrigation  Project,  Washington.    ITOl 

Yakima  Indian  Reservation 7653.8919 

Lands: 

Forest  lands.     See  Forestry.     * 
Indian  lands: 
Allotment  of  lands.    See  Allotments. 
Grazing.    See  Grazing. 
Leases.    See  Leases,  permits,  etc. 
Mining,   and   sale   or   lease   of   minerals.     See 

Mining. 
Rights-of-way  over  Indian  lands.    See  Rights-of- 
way  over  Indian  lands. 
Roads,  trails,  and  bridges  serving.    See  Roads. 
Trust  periods  on  certain  lands.    See  Trust  pe- 
riods on  certain  lands. 
Irrigation  projects.    See  Irrigation  projects,  above. 
Lands  and  minerals,  functions  relating  to.    See  under 

Authority.  * 

Law  and  order,  functions  relating  to.    See  under 

Authority. 
Leases,  permits,  etc..  on  restricted  Indian  lands: 
Farming,  farm  pasture,  and  business;  leasing  and 

permitting 2562 

General;  individual  or  tribal  leases  or  permits. 

negotiation,  sublease,  etc.,  revision 2562,  6270 

Special  exceptions: 

Colorado  River  Reservation 2564 

Crow  Reservation 2564,6271 

(    Port  Belknap  Reservation 2564 

Osage  Nation,  Oklahoma;  agricultural  and  grazing 

leases,  revocation 6271 

Liquor  laws,  Federal:  sale,  possession,  etc.,  of  intoxi- 
cating beverages,  in  area  under  jurisdiction  of 
Three  Affiliated  Tribes  of  Port  Berthold  Reser- 
vation      1076 

Litigation,    functions    relating    to.     See    under   Au- 
thority. 
Loans  to  Indians: 

Ci-edit.    See  Credit  to  Indians. 

For  higher  education.     See  Education  of  Indians. 

Minerals  in  described  lands;  restoration  to  Shoshone 

and  Arapahoe  Tribes  of  Indians  of  Wind  River 

Reservation 5067 

Mining,  and  sale  or  lease  of  minerals: 
Lands  of  various  tribes: 
Crow  Indian  Reservation,  Montana;  oil  and  gas 
mining: 

Furnishing  of  bonds  by  lessees 3148 

Sale  of  leases 5049 

Five   Civilized   Tribes,   Oklahoma;    oil   and   gas 
mining  leases:  • 

Furnishing  of  bonds  by  lessees..^. —    3147 

Sale  of  leases 5048,5191 

Osage  Reservation;   oil  and  gas  mining  leases, 

furnishing  of  bonds  by  lessees 3147 

Shoshones.    Wind    River    Indian    Reservation, 
Wyoming;  oil  ^nd  gas  mining  leases: 

Furnishing  of  bonds  by  lessees 3148 

Sale  of  leases 5048 

Leasing  of  lands : 
General  provisions: 
Restricted  allotted  lands: 

Bonds,  furnishing  of,  by  lessees 3148 

Minerals  other  than  oil  and  gas 2980 

0il  and  gas  leases,  sale  of ^ 5048 

Tribal  lands;  leases: 
How  to  acquire  leases,  furnishings  of  bonds 

by  lessees 3147 

Oil  and  gas  leases,  sale  of 5048 

Specific  tribes.    See  Lands  of  various  tribes. 
Oil;  mining  on  lands  of  various  tribes.    See  Mining, 


80000—57- 


-15 


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I 


INDIAN  AFFAIRS  BUREAU — Continued 

Procurement   matters,   functions   relating   to.     See 
under  Authority.  ,  .,       .        „  j 

Property  matters,  functions  relating  to.    See  under 
Authority.  ^        _ 

Records.  non-Federal;   retention  requirements.     See 
main  heading  Records. 

Rights-of-way;  rights-of-way  over  Indian  lands: 
Power  projects --- 

Service  lines v.-— rVTW*  „\,^ 

Telephone   and   telegraph;    radio,   television,   and 
other  communication  facilities,  rights-of-way 

for  poles  and  lines,  etc 

Roads,  Bureau  of  Indian  Affairs;  survey,  construction, 
maintenance,  repair,  and  improvement  of  roads, 

trails,  and  bridges  serving  Indian  lands,  etc 

Roll,  tribal,  of  certain  Indians.    See  Enrollment  of 

Indians.  .  »  j. 

Schools  for  Indians.    See  Education  of  Indians. 
Timber,  sales  of.    See  Forestry. 

Trust  periods  on  certain  Indian  lands,  extension  oi; 
trust  period  expiring  during  calendar  year  1957__ 
Tuition  funds.    See  Education  of  Indians. 
Welfare  and  health  matters,  functions  relating  to. 

See  under  Authority. 

Western  Oregon  tribes,  bands,  groups,  or  conununities 

of  Indians  of  Oregon: 

Termination  of  Federal  supervision  over  property. - 

Termination  of  review  by  Secretary  of  Interior  of 

action  under  constitution  and  by-laws  of  Con- 

/  federated  Tribes  of  Grand  Ronde  Community 

of  Oregon,  and  revocation  of  corporate  charter 

of  Tribes 

Wills,  approval  of.    See  Heirs  and  wills. 

INDIANS:  ,,  ,  ^    , 

Indian  lands.    See  Indian  Affairs  Bureau;  Interior 

Department;  and  Land  Management  Bureau. 
Indian  schools;  educational  requirements  for  teach- 
ers.   See  Civil  Service  Commission. 
Indians  of  Western  Oregon;  termination  of  Federal 
supervision  over  property  and  review  of  actions. _ 
Regulations  respecting.    See  Indian  Affairs  Bureau. 
INFORMATION.     See  Records,  information,  etc. 
INFORMATION  AGENCY.    See  United  States  Infor- 
mation Agency. 
INSURANCE.  GOVERNMENT:  • 

Crop  insurance.    See  Federal  Crop  Insurance  Corpo- 
ration. 
Group  life  insurance  for  Government  employees.    See 

Civil  Service  Commission. 
Housing;  mortgage  insurance.    See  Federal  Housing 

Administration. 
Mail,  insured,  special  mail  services.    See  Post  Office 

Department. 
Old  age  and  survivors  insurance.    See  Old-Age  and 

Survivors  Insurance  Bureau. 
Railroad  employees  benefits;  insurance  under  Rail- 
road Unemployment  Insurance  Act.    See  Rail- 
road Retirement  Board. 
Veterans  insurance.    See  Veterans'  Administration. 
War  risk  insurance.    See  Maritime  Administration 
and  Federal  Maritime  Board. 
INTERDEPARTMENTAL   COMMITTEES.    See   Com- 
mittees and  boards. 

INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT:  • 

See  Alaska  Railroad. 

Alaska  Road  Commission. 

Bonneville  Power  Administration. 

Defense  Minerals  Exploration  Administration. 

Fish  and  Wildlife  Service. 

Geological  Survey. 

Indian  Affairs  Bureau. 

Land  Management  Bureau. 

Mines  Bureau. 

National  Park  Service, 

Reclamation  Bureau. 

Southeastern  Power  Administration. 

Southwestern  Power  Administration. 


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2565 


8106 
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6244 


6244 


6244 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT— Continued 

Alaska : 
Public  works: 
Construction  and  maintenance  of  roads,  trsim- 
ways,  ferries,  bridges,  trails,  etc.,  delegation 
of  authority  to  Director,  Office  of  Territories 

respecting 2447 

Redelegation  to  various  officials 2594 

Contracts  for  architectural  and  engineering  serv- 
ices, authority  respecting 6425,6794.6960 

Insurance  of  projects  by  contractors  and  users —     1785 
Through  and  feeder  roads;  additions,  deletions, 

and  redesignations 7192 

Purchase  or  lease  of  land  in;  rights  and  restrictions 

of  Government  employees 8217 

Alaska  Railroad,  operation  of,  and  related  activities, 
authority  delegation  respecting.  See  Territories, 
Office  of. 
Alaska  Road  Commission ;  transfer  of  records,  prop- 
erty, personnel,  funds,  etc.,  to  Commerce  Depart- 
ment, provision  respecting  claims  and  contracts, 
etc..  memorandum  of  agreement  between  Depart- 
ments in  connection  with 6395 

Authority,  delegation  of: 
By  Director,  Office  of  Territories.    See  Territories, 

Office  of. 
By  Secretary  to  various  officials: 
Defense  Minerals  Exploration  Administration: 
Administrator;    authority  respecting   designa- 
tion of  executive  officers  of  field  teams 222 

Executive  officers  of  field  teams ;  authority  with 

respect  to  exploration  project  contracts 222 

Fish  and  Wildlife  Service,  Director;  authority  re- 
specting fisheries  loan  fund 8032 

General  Services  Administrator;  authority  to 
purchase  tungsten,  asbestos,  fluorspar  and 

columbium-tantalum ^^ 5872 

Geological  Survey.  Regional  Oil  and  Gas  Super- 
visor; authority  to  enforce  Secretary's  regu- 
lations respecting  geological  and  geophysical 
exploraMons  seaward  of  submerged  lands  of 

Florida  .. 2129 

Heads  of  Bureau;  authority  with  respect  to  fire 

protection  and  assistance , 5973 

Indian  Affairs  Bureau,  Commissioner: 

Authority  under  specific  acts 7027, 7658 

Lands  and  minerals ^ 7655 

Litigation ;  Five  Civilized  Tribes 7655 

Land  Management  Bureau,  Director;  authority 

respecting  lands  and  resources 5596,  5943,  8994 

National  Park  Service,  Director: 

Authority  to  negotiate  contract  for  construc- 
tion of  replica  of  fort  at  Jamestown,  Vir- 
ginia       1392 

^Determinations  as  to  national  historical  sig- 
nificance of  surplus  buildings  proposed  for 

demolition 3067 

Police  protection  over  Agricultural  Research 

Center  . - — 4769 

Office  of  Territories,  Director: 
Authority  to  negotiate  contracts,  without  ad- 
vertising, for  architectural  and  engineering 
services  in  connection  with  Alaska  public 
works  program,  for  period  ending  Septem- 
ber 1,  1957— :. 6794 

Authority  respecting  construction  and  main- 
tenance of  roads.  tramWays,  ferries, 
bridges,  trails,  etc.,  in  Alaska;  revocation  of 

prior  orders 2447 

Redelegation  to  various  officials —    2593 

Reclamation  Commissioner;  authority  to  ne- 
gotiate contracts  for  architectural  and  engi- 
neering   services    for    floodlighting    Grand 

Coulee  Dam  spillway.. 10318 

Southwestern  Power  Administrator;  authority  to 
negotiate,  without  advertising,  engineering 
service  contract  for  topography,  alignment, 
and  land  ties  for  69  kv  transmission  line  and  - 
terminal  facilities  from  Southwest  City,  Mis- 
souri, to  Bentonville,  Arkansas 9685 

Prom  General  Services  Administrator;   authority 
respecting  contracts: 
Advance  payments  in  connection  with  contracts 

negotiated  without  advertising "420 


INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT— Continued  ^^* 

Authority,  delegation  of — Continued 
"   From  General  Services  Administrator;   authority 
respecting  contracts— Continued 
Architectural  and  engineering  services: 

Alaska  public  works  program 6425 

Redelegation   to  Director,  Office   of  Terri- 
tories    ^^-     6794 

Floodlighting  Grand  Coulee  Dam  spillway 9690 

Redelegation  to  Commissioner  of  Reclama- 
tion   10318 

Construction  of  replica  of  fii-st  fort  at  Jamestown,  - 

Virginia 657 

Redelegation  to  Director,  National  Park  Serv- 
ice      1392 

Professional    engineering    services    required    by 

Southwestern  Power  Administration 9335 

Continental  Shelf,  outer;  geological  and  geophysical 
explorations    seaward    of    submerged    lands    of 

Florida,  regulations  respecting 2129 

Enforcement  authority  delegated  to  Regional  Oil 

and  Gas  Supervisor,  Geological  Survey 2129 

Fisheries  loan  fund ;  authority  of  Director  of  Fish  and 

Wildlife  Service  respecting 8032 

Forest  lands;  exchange  of  administrative  jurisdiction 
of  described  lands  in  Oregon,  Willamette 
Meridian,  between  Agriculture  Department  and 

Interior  Department --„  4525- 

4528. 4977, 5067,  8123,  8513.  8980 
Fort  at  Jamestown,  Virginia,  construction  of  replica; 
delegation  of  authority  from  General  Services 

Administrator  respecting.. 657 

Redelegation  to  Director,  National  Park  Service 1392 

Port  Union  National  Monument,  New  Mexico ;  estab- 
lishment  7-Z7-rr—,        "' 

Historic  site;  designation  of  Chimney  Rock  National 

Historic  Site,  Bayard,  Nebraska 5974 

Indians:  ,    ,  ,  ,  j. 

Authority  delegations  to  Commissioner  of  Indian 

Affairs.    See  Authority. 
Confederated  Salish  and  Kootenai  Tiibes  of  Flat- 
head Indian  Reservation,  Montana;  described 
lots  within  certain  townsites  and  villa  sites  re- 
stored to  Tribes 

Enrollment.    See    main    heading    Indian    Affairs 

Bureau. 
Indians  of  Western  Oregon: 
Termination  of  Federal  supervision  over  prop- 
erty   

Termination  df  review  by  Secretary  of  Interior 
of  action  under  constitution  and  by-laws  of 
Confederated  Tribes  of  Grand  Ronde  Com- 
munity of  Oregon,  and  revocation  of  cor- 
porate charter  of  Tribes 6244 

Liquor  laws  affecting  area   under  jurisdiction  of 

certain  tribes.    See  Indian  Affairs  Bureau.  ^ 
Navajo  Indian  lands.  New  Mexico;  withdrawal  of 
lands  in  aid  of  proposed  legislation,  partial  re- 
'     vocation  of  order  of  September  1. 1939,  respect- 
ing  ; 1940,8953 

Shoshone  and  Arapahoe  Tribes  of  Indians  of  Wind 
River   Reservation;    restoration   to   Tribes   of 

minerals  in  described  lands 5067 

Isle  Royale  N&tional  Park,  Michigan,  submerged  lands 
of;  acceptance  of  jurisdiction  with  certain  reser- 
vations   

Lands,  certain: 
Continental  Shelf,  outer;  geological  and  geophysi- 
cal explorations  seaward  of  submerged  lands 

of  Florida,  regulations  respecting 2129 

Enforcement  authority  delegated  to  Regional  Oil 

and  Gas  Supervisor,  Geological  Survey 2129 

Indian  lands.    See  Indians. 

Isle  Royale  National  Park,  Michigan,  submerged 
lands  of;  acceptance  of  jurisdiction  with  cer- 
tain reservations —-. HH 

Public  lands.    See  main  headings  Land  Manage- 
ment Burtau;  and  Reclamation  Bureau. 
Transfer  of  administrative  jurisdiction  of  certain 
Oregon  and  California  Railroad  grant  lands 

and  national  forest  lands 4525. 

4528,  4977,  5067.  8123.  8513,  8980 


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INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT— Continued 

Lands,  certain — Continued 

Transfer  of  described  lands  in  North  Dakota  ac- 
quired by  Secretary  of  Agriculture  under 
Bankhead-Jones  Farm  Tenant  Act  to  Interior 
Department  for  use,  administration,  and  ex- 
change under  Taylor  Grazing  Act ' 10417 

Minerals: 
Exploration  for  minerals: 
Delegation  of  authority  to  certain  officials  of 
Etefense  Minerals   Exploration   Administra- 
tion respecting.     See  Authority- 
Outer  Continental  Shelf.    See  Continental  Shelf. 
In  described  lands  restored  to  pwnership  of  Sho- 
shone and  Arapahoe  Tribes  of  Indians  of  Wind 

River  Reservation 5067 

Officers  and  employees;  rights  and  restrictions  re- 
specting purchase  or  lease  of  land  in  Alaska 8217 

Oregon  and  California  grant  lands;  exchange  of 
'administrative  jurisdiction  of  described  lands  in 
Oregon,  Willamette  Meridian,  between  Agricul- 
ture Department  and  Interior  Department 4525. 

4528,  4977,  5067,  8123,  8513,  8980 
Records,  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records.  "- 

Roads : 
Construction  and  maintenance,  authority  respect- 
ing.   See  Territories,  Office  of. 

Through  and  feeder  roads 7192 

Transfer  of  functions  of  Alaska  Road  Commission 

to  Commerce  Department 6395 

Surplus  buildings  having  national  historical  signifi- 
cance ;  authority  of  Director,  National  Park  Serv- 
ice, to  make  determination  respecting  in  connec- 
tion with  proposed  demolition 3067 

Territories,  Office  of: 
Alaska  Road  Commission;  transfer  of  records  to 
Commerce  Department,  memorandum  of  agree- 
ment respecting 6395 

Authority,  delegation  of: 
By  Efirector  to  various  officials  respecting  certain  ^ 
,    matters:                                 .  , 
Alaska    Railroad,    operation    of.    and   related 
activities;  redelegation  to  Deputy  Director. 
Assistant  Director,   Alaskan   Affairs,   and 
General  Manager  of  Alaska  Railroad  re- 
specting      2494 

Construction  and  maintenance  of  roads,  tram- 
ways, ferries,  bridges,  and  trails,  etc..  in 
Alaska;   redelegation  to  Deputy  Director. 
/Assistant  Director,  Alaskan  Affairs,   and 

Director.  Alaska  Road  Commission 2594 

Negotiation,  without  advertising,  of  contracts 
for  architectural  and  engineering  services; 
authority  of  Director,  Alaska  Public  Works 

respecting 6960 

From  Secretary  to  Director: 
Construction  and  maintenance  of  roads,  tram- 
ways,   ferries,    bridges,    trails,    etc.,    in 

Alaska ;  revocation  of  prior  orders 2447 

Redfelegation  to  various  officials 2594 

Contracts  for  architectural   and   engineering 
'     sei-vices  in  connection  with  Alaska  public 

works   program 6794 

Insurance  of  Alaska  public  works  projects  by  con- 
tractors and  users 1785 

Vessels  of  Interior  E>epartment  operated  by  Micro- 
nesian  Lines.  Inc.,  in  waters  of  Tru.st  Territory  of 
Pacific  Islands;  waiver  of  navigation  and  vessel 

inspection  laws  respecting 3226,  3227 

Virgin  Islands  National  Park;  establishment 10521 

INTERNAL  REVENUE   SERVICE: 

Administrative  provisions,  common  to.  various  taxes: 
See  also  Practice,  procedure,  and  administration, 

below. 
Seizures  of  vessels,  vehicles,  and  aircraft  in  connec- 
tion with  contraband  firearms  covered  by  sec- 
tion 1  (b)    (2),  Act  of  August  9,  1939,  super- 

sedure 6569 

Alcohol;  excise^tax.    See  Excise  tax  regulations. 
Aliens: 

Elstate  taxes.    See  Estate  tax  regulations. 
Income  tax  regulations  applicable  to.    See  Income 

tax  i-egulations. 
Withholding  tax.    See  Income  tax  regulations.     • 


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INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE — Continued 

Armed  Forces,  members  <rf;  regulations  affecting: 
Estate  taxes?   See  Estate  tax  regulations. 
Excise  taxes.    See  Excise  tax  regulations. 
Income  of.    See  Income  tax  regulations. 
Articles  prepared  with  taxpaid  alcohol,  stills,  etc.. 
removals  to  foreign-trade  zones.    See  Excise  tax 
regulations. 
Authority,  delegation  of.    See  Organization. 
Automobiles,  buses,  trucks,  etc.;  excise  taxes.     See 

Excise  tax  regulations. 
Beer  and  other  fermented  beverages;  excise  tax.    See 

Excise  tax  regulations.  i 

Belgium:  general  regulations  under  income  tax  con- 
vention between  United  States  and  Belgium, 
effective  for  taxable  years  beginning  on  or  after 

January   1,   1953 235 

Bottles:  .     ^.  ,_     , 

Excise  tax  on  manufacture  and  sale  of  for  packaging 

distilled  spirits 5822 

Public  inspection  of  documents  relating  to  compro- 
mise offers  accepted  in  cases  relating  to  refilling 

of  liquor  bottles 9681 

Bottling  of  liquors;  excise  tax.    See  Excise  tax  regu- 
lations. 
Brandy:  excise  tax.    See  Excise  tax  regulations. 
Buses;  excise  tax.    See  Excise  tax  regulations. 
Car<^.  playing;  excise  tax.    See  Excise  tax  regula- 

cions. 
Cigarettes,  cigars,  etc.;  excise  tax.     See  Excise  tax 

regulations. 
Civil  defense  emergency;  procurement  of  narcotics 

by  civil  defense  officials  during  state  of 8056 

Critical  and  strategic  minerals,  mining,  income  from, 

tax  on.    See  Income  tax  regulations. 
Dealers  in  liquors,  excise  tax  requirements.    See  Ebc- 

cise  tax  regulations. 
Defense  Lending  Division ;  authority  of  District  Direc- 
tor respecting.    See  Organization. 
Disposition  of  seized  personal  property,  procedures 
relating  to.    See  Excise  tax  regulations:  personal 
property. 
Distilled  spirits;  excise  tax.    See  Excise  tax  regula- 
tions. J    J    .   .  .. 
Documentary  stamps.   See  Procedure  and  administra- 
tion. 
Employment  tax  regulations: 

Employment  taxes,  applicable  on  or  after  January 
1,  1949,  Railroad  Retirement  Tax  Act,  em- 
ployers' tax,  employees'  tax.  and  employee  rep- 
resentatives' tax  under;  conformance  of  regu- 
lations to  certain  sections  of  act  of  August  31, 
1954,  and  decision  in  case  relating  to  measure 

of  employee  representatives'  tax ; —    2327 

Employee  representatives'  tax "   2329 

,     Employees'  tax -^,-233(8 

Measure  of  employees'  tax ;  exception  for  com-  ^ 
pensation  paid  to  delegate  to  national  or 
international  convention  of  railway-labor- 
organization  employer _ 2328 

Employers'   tax 2328 

Compensation  for  service  as  delegate  to  na- 
tional or  international  conventions  of  rail- 
way-labor-organization  employer r__     2329 

Employment  taxes,  applicable  on  and  after  Janu- 
ary 1,  1951;  Federal  Insurance  Contributions 
Act,  employee  tax  and  employer  tax  under": 
'    Conformance  of  regulations  to  section  403,  So- 
cial Security  Amendments,  1954 1598.3647 

Definitions; 

General;     Social    Security    Amendments    of 

1954 1598,3647 

Organizations,  tax-exempt,  religious,  chari- 
table, educational,  eto  services  of  em- 
ployees  1598, 3647 

Special  procedure  for  coverage  of  certain 
services  in  cases  where: 
Individual  failed  to  sign  list  of  concurring 

employees 1599.3649 

Waiver  was  not  filed  prior  to  September 

1,    1954 -_- 1598,3648 

Partial  supersedure  of  regulations 1013 


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INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued 

Employment  tax  regulations — Continued 
Employment  taxes;   applicable  on  or  after  Jan- 
uary 1, 1955: 
Federal  Insurance  Contributions  Act   (Chapter 
21,  Internal  Revenue  Code  of  1954).  regula- 
tion  imder 1011,5261 

Employees,  tax  on;  rate,  computation,  coUeo- 

tion  of.  and  liability  for  tax,  etc 1013,5263 

Employers,  tax  on;  rate,  computation,  liability 

for  tax,  etc-^ 1014,5264 

.  General  provisions: 

Deductions 1037.  5287 

Definitions,  wages;  limitation,  retirement, 
disability,  and  annuity  payments,  agri- 
cultural labor,  home  workers,  covered 
transportation,  foreign  subsidiaries,  ex- 
cepted services,  ministers,  charitable 
organization  employees,  and  waiver  of 

exemption 1015,5265 

Included  and  excluded  services 1029.  5279 

States  or  their  political  subdivisions  or  in- 
strumentalities (includes  Territories 
and  possessions),  services  in  employ 

of—- 1025.5275 

United  States  or  instrumentality  thereof, 
*-                     services  in  employ  of,  and  certain  spe- 
cific exemptions 1024.5274 

Vessels  or  aircraft— 1023, 1031,  5273.  5281 

Federal  service: 

See  also  IDeflnitions. 

Statutory   provisions 1037,5287 

Federal  Unemployment  Tax  Act  (Chapter  23,  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954) ;  regulations 

under 1991,  6657 

Computation  and  rate  of  tax 1992, 6658 

Credits  against  tax : 

Additional  credit  against  tax 1994,6660 

Conditions  of  additional  credit  allowances; 

statutory  provisions 1995,6661 

For  contributions  paid  to  State  unemploy- 
ment funds 1992,6658 

Limit  on  total  credits 1994, 6660 

Deductions 2011.  6677 

Definitions ;  employer,  employee,  wages,  retire- 
ment payments,  medical  expenses,  tax- 
exempt  trusts,  etc.- 1997.6663 

Bonneville  Power  Administrator  employees; 

statutory  provisions,  repealed 2010.6676 

Services  performed  before  1955.  and/or  after 
1954;  domestic,  agricultural,  fishing, 
family  employment,  students,  tax-ex- 
empt organizations,  railroad  industry, 
foreign     governments,    nurses,    agents. 

newsboys,  etc 2000.6667 

Included  and  excluded  services 2008,6674 

Vessels,  services  on  or  in  connection  with__    2002. 

2010, 6668,  6676 

Liability  for  tax__ - 1992.6658 

Rate  of  tax 1992,6658 

State  laws,  approval  and  applicability;  statu- 
tory provisions ^ 1996,6662 

Introduction,  scope  of  regulations,  general  defini- 
tions and  use  of  terms 1012,  5262 

Railroad  Retirement  Tax  Act  (Chapter  22,  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954);  regulations 

under 1648,  6650 

Employee  representatives,  tax  on ;  rate,  compu- 
tation,   determination    of    compensation, 

etc — -  1650.  6652 

Employees,  tax  on;  rate,  computation,  collec- 
tion of,  and  liability  for  tax,  etc 1648,  6651 

Employers,  tax  on;  rate,  computation,  etc.  1650,  6652 
General  provisions,  definitions;  employer,  em- 
ployee, employee  representatives,  service. 

compensation,   etc 1651,6653 

Supersedure  of  prior  regulations 1013,  5263 

Withholding  tax,  nonresident  aliens.    See  Income 
tax  regulations. 
E^state  tax;    regulations  prescribed  under  Internal 

Revenue  Code  of  1954,  proposed  rule  making 7850 

Armed  Forces,  members  of,  dying  during  induction 
period;  applicability  of  provisions  to  transfer 
of  estate  of — —    7908 


INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued  *•*«• 

Estate  tax;   regulations   prescribed   under   Internal 
Revenue  Code  of  1954,  proposed  rule  making- 
Continued 
Citizens  or  residents,  estates  of;  determination  of 

tax  liability-- 7852 

Credits  against  tax;   State  and  foreign  death 
taxes,  gift  tax,  prior  transfers,  limitations, 

etc.  — 7853 

Gross  estate;  valuation  of  property,  stocks,  bonds, 
business  interests,  life  insurance,  annuities, 

etc 7866 

Powers  of  appointment i 7879 

Tax  imposed 7852 

Taxable  estate;  exemption,  deductions  for  ex- 
penses, indebtedness,  taxes,  losses,  transfers 
for  public  and  charitable  uses,  marital  de- 
ductions, bequests  to  surviving  spouse,  etc.-     7886 
Executor;     definition,    discharge    from    personal 

liability,  reimbursement ; 7909 

Missionaries  in  foreign  service;  retention  of  United 

States  residence 7908 

Nonresidents  not  citizens,  estates  of;  tax  imposed, 
credits  against  tax,  definitions,  taxable  estates, 

deductions,    etc 7905 

Procedure  and  administration 7909 

Reimbursement  out  of  estate 7909 

Excess  profits  tax.    See  Income  and  excess  profits 

taxes  regulations. 
Excise  tax  regulations: 
Armed  services: 

Shipment  of  distilled  spirits  free  of  tax  to 8974 

Transportation  tax,  exemption  of  members  of 

Armed  Forces  from 6392,7531 

Articles,  domestic,  prepared  with  taxpaid  alcohol, 
flavoring  extracts,  medicinal  or  toilet  prepara- 
tions, and  stills,  worms,  condensers,  tobacco 
products,  cigarette  papers,  and  tubes,  removals 

to  foreign-trade  zones;  revision 21,3268 

Automobiles,  buses,  trucks,  etc.    See  Manufacturers 

and  retailers  excise  taxes. 
Cards,  playing.    See  Playing  cards. 
Cigarettes,  cigars,  etc.    See  Tobacco  and  tobacco 

products. 
Dealers,  importers,  and  manufacturers  of  tobacco. 

See  Tobacco  and  tobacco  products. 
Documentary  stamps,  unused,  use  or  resale   of, 
temporary  administrative  rule  under  Internal 

Revenue  Code  of  1954 8082 

Facilities  and  services  taxes;  tax  on  transportation 

of  persons.    See  Transportation  of  persons. 
Foreign-trade  zones,  removals  of  alcoholic  liquors,^ 
tobacco  products,  and  other  domestic  articles 

to;  revision 21,3268 

R)rfeitures  of  seized  personal  property,  procedures 

relating  to.    See  Personal  property. 
Gasoline.    See  Manufacturers  and  retailers  excise 

Highway  motor  vehicle  use  tax  regulations 7537, 9644 

Administrative  provisions  of  special  application 
to  tax  on  use  of  certain  highway  motor  ve- 
hicles; records,  filing  of  returns,  payment 

of  tax.  etc 7541.9649 

Introduction;    general    regulations,    definitions. 

scope 7538,  9645 

Tax  on  use  of  certain  highway  motor  vehicles 
(over  26,000  pounds  gross  weight) ;  imposi- 
tion of  tax,  persons  liable  for  tax,  definitions, 

exemptions,  etc 7538,9645 

State  and  local  governmental  exemption..  7540,  9648 

H   Transit-type  buses;  exemption 7540,9648 

United  States,  highway  motor  vehicles  used  by, 
on  public  highways  after  July  1, 1956;  exemp- 
tion from  tax 9651 

Highway  Revenue  Act  of  1956,  fioor  stocks  taxes  on 
vehicles  pursuant  to.    See  Manufacturers  and 
retailers  excise  taxes. 
Liquors,  distilled  spirits,  etc : 
Alcohol : 
Denatured;  formulas.    See  Formulas  for  dena- 
tured alcohol. 
Drawback  of  tax  on.    See  Drawback  of  tax  on 
liquors  exported. 
Armed  services;  shipment  of  distilled  spirits  free 

of  tax  to — 8974 


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INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued 

Excise  tax  regulations — Continued 
Liquors,  distilled  spirits,  etc. — Continued 
Beer  and  other  fermented  cereal  beverages  (ale, 
porter,  stout,  sake,  etc. ) : 
Drawback  of  tax  on.    See  Drawback  of  tax  on 

liquors  exported. 
Importation  of.     See  Imiwrtation  of  distilled 

spirits,  wines,  and  beer. 
Regulations  respecting: 
Amendments  prior  to  revision: 

Supplies  for  vessels  and  aircraft 3928 

Vessels  employed  In  fisheries 3928 

Revision 5487,  8625 

Bottles  for  distilled  spirits.    See  Containers  of 

distilled  spirits. 
Bottling  houses,  wine.    See  Wines. 
Bottling  of  taxpaid  spirits : 

Change  in  proprietorship;  proposed 7157 

Construction;  proposed 8975 

Dumping  and  bottling;  proposed . 7156 

Locks  and  seals ;  proposed 8975 

Operating  under  new  name,  or  bottling  under 

different  trade  names  or  styles;  proposed..    7157 

'     Proprietor's  records  and  reports;  proposed 7156 

Red  strip  stamps 7534 

Proposed  rules 7156 

Sales  of  distilled  spirits  by  proprietors  of  tax- 
paid  bottling  houses;  proposed... 7157 

Brandy,  production  of : 

Addition  of  burnt  sugar  or  caramel  to  brandy —      185 
Alternate  operation  as  industrial  alcohol  plant 

or  registered  distillery 189 

Proposed  rules 7153 

Assistant  Regional  Commissioner,  action  by —       185 

Brandy  for  redistillation;  proposed 7153 

Brandy  produced  and  not  accounted  for 189 

Proposed  rules ■ —     7153 

Change  of  persons  interested  in  business 189 

Proposed  rules 7153 

Collection  and  removal  or  voluntary  destruc- 
tion of  distillates,  brandy,  distilled  water, 

fusel  oil,  etc ^ 185 

Proposed  rules ^ 7153 

Construction 183 

Distiller's  records  and  rei>orts 189 

Proposed  rules 7154 

Documents,  qualifying 1851 

Equipment 183 

General  provisions  relating  to  distilleries. 189 

Location 183 

Losses  of  brandy  on  premises  of  fruit  distillei-y 

or  in  transit  thereto;  proposed 7153 

Manufacture  of  brandy 185 

Proposed  rules 7152 

Operations  by  distiller  under  different  trade 

names  or  styles . 189 

Proposed  rules 7152 

Plats  and  plans 1851 

Redistillation,  brandy  for 185 

Requirements  governing  alternate  operations 
as  registered  distillery  or  Industrial  alcohol 

plant 185 

Requirements  governing  changes  in  name,  pro- 
prietorship, control,  location,  etc 184,  1852 

N  Requirements  governing  operation  of  distillery 

under  alternating  proprietorships .*      185 

Taxpayment.  removal,  and  transfer  of  brandy 

from  distillery 186, 1852,  2657 

Proposed  rules 7153 

Withdrawals  of  samples  of  brandy 186 

Containers  Of  distilled  spirits,  traffic  in: 

Imports  and  exports 5822 

Manufacture  and  sale  of  bottles  for  packaging 

distilled  spirits 5822 

Reports  and  inventories 5822 

Dealers  in  liquor.     See  Liquor  dealers. 
Distilled  spirits: 
Bottling  of.    See  Bottling  of  taxpaid  spirits. 
Brandy,  production  of.    See  Brandy. 
Drawback  of  tax  on.    See  Drawback  of  tax  on 

liquors  exported. 
Prom  Puerto  Rico.    See  Puerto  Rico. 
Importation  of.    See  Importation  of  distilled 
spirits. 


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ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued  ^««« 

Excise  tax  regulations — Continued 
Liquors,  distiUed  spirits,  etc. — Continued 
Distilled  spirits — Continued 

Production   of.     See   Production   of   distilled 

spirits. 
Rectification.    See  Rectification  of  spirits. 
Traffic  in  containers  of.     See  Containers  of 

distilled  spirits. 
Warehousing  of.    See  Warehousing  of  distilled 
spirits. 
Drawback  of  tax  on  liquors  exported   (distilled 
spirits,  wines,  beer,  domestic  alcohol) : 

Beer  exported,  drawback  of  tax  on 1858,  3930 

Domestic  alcohol  used  in  manufacture  of 
flavoring    extracts,    medicinal    or    toilet 

preparations,  etc.,  proposed 8977 

Provisions  relating  to  distilled  spirits  and  wines 
bottled  or  packaged  especially  for  export 

with  benefit  of  drawback 3927 

Proposed  rule  making 8976 

Supplies  upon  certain  vessels  or  aircraft 3929 

Vessels  employed  in  fisheries 3929 

Wines.    See   Provisions    relating    to    distilled 

spirits  and  wines.  . 

Foreign-trade  zones,  removals  of  alcoholic  liquors, 
tobacco  products,  and  other  domestic  articles 

to;  revision 21,  3^68 

Forfeitures,  remission  or  mitigation  of:  super- 

sedure  of  provisions  respecting 6569 

Formulas  for  denatured  alcohol;  proposed 6026 

Completely  denatured  alcohol  formulas 6027 

Definitions 6026 

*       Denaturants  authorized  for  denatured   al- 
cohol   - 6035 

Specifications 6032 

Scope  of  regulations 6026 

Specially  denatured  alcohol: 

Formulas  and  authorized  uses 6027 

Uses  of  specially  denatured  alcohol 6034 

Weights 6036 

Importation  of  distilled  spirits,  wines,  and  beer: 

General  requirements:  red  strip  stamps 9167 

Importer's  records  and  reports;  proposed 7453 

Tax  on  imported  distilled  spirits,  wines,  beer, 
and  imported  perfumes  containing  distilled 

spirits;    proposed 7453 

Industrial  alcohol: 
Formulae;  completely  and  specially  denatured 
alcohol   formulae    (Appendix   A   and   Ap- 
pendix   B).    revision    and    redesignation, 

proposed  rule  making 6026 

Operation  of  industrial  alcohol  bonded  ware- 
houses, supplies  for  certain  vessels  and  air- 
craft  3926 

Vessels  employed  in  fisheries 392? 

Intoxicating  liquors;    labeling   and   advertising. 

See  Liquors  and  distilled  spirits,  below. 
Labeling  and  advertising  of  intoxicating  liquors. 

See  Liquors,  distilled  spirits,  etc..  below. 
Liquor  dealers;  proposed  rule  making: 
Distilled  spirits  and  wines  for  export  with  bejie- 

fit  of  drawback 8974 

Packaging  alcohol  for  industrial  purposes 7148 

Records  and  reports,  prescribed,  and  posting 

of  signs 7148 

Scope  of  regulations 8973 

National  emergency  transfers  of  distilled  spirits; 

termination  of  regulations,  effective  date 5692 

Perfumes  containing  distilled  spirits.     See  Im- 
portation of  distilled  spirits. 
Permits: 

Basic  permits.    See  Intoxicating  liquors,  below. 
Permit  proceedings,  rules  of  practice  in;  revi- 
sion      1440 

Production  of  brandy.    See  Brandy. 
Production  of  distilled  spirits: 

Alternate  operation  as  industrial  alcohol  plant 

or  fruit  distillery _—       182 

Proposed  niles 7151 

Assistant  Regional  Commissioner,  action  by —       179 

Change  of  persons  interested  in  business... 182 

Proposed  rules 7151 

Cistern  room;  taxpayment.  removal,  etc.,  of  dis- 
tilled spirits  from.    See  Taxpayment. 


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INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— ConHnu«d 
Excise  tax  regulations — Continued 
Liquors,  distilled  spirits,  etc. — Continued 
Production  of  distilled  spirits — Continued 
Collection  and  removal  of  distillates,  distilled 
spirits  for  destruction,  distilled  water,  car- 
bon monoxide   etc 179 

Proposed  rules 7150 

Construction --      176 

Distilled  spirits  for  redistillation;  proposed- _    7150 

Distiller's  records  and  reports 182 

Proposed  rules 7151 

Docimnents.    qualifying 1850 

Equipment 177 

General  provisions  relating  to  distilleries 182 

Losses  of  distilled  spirits  on  premises  of  regis- 
tered distillery  or  in  transit  thereto;  pro- 
posed  7151 

Manufacture  of  distilled  spirits 179 

Proposed  rules 7150 

Operations  by  distiller  under  different  trade 

names  or  styles 182 

Propesed  rules 7151 

Plats  and  plans  required 1850 

Redistillation,  distilled  spirits  for 179 

Requirements  governing  alternate  ojterations 
as   fruit    distillery   or    industrial   alcohol 

plant r 178 

Requirements  governing  changes  in  name,  pro- 
prietorship. conW-ol.  location,  etc 178,1850 

Requirements  governing  operation  of  distillery 

under  alternating  proprietorships 178 

Samples  of  distilled  spirits 180 

Proposed  rules 7150 

Spirits  produced  and  not  accounted  for 182 

Proposed  rules 7151 

Storekeeper-gauger's  records  and  reports 7151 

Taxpayment.  removal,  and  transfer  of  distilled 

spirits  from  cistern  room 180. 1851 

Proposed  rules 7150 

Puerto  Rico  and  Virgin  Islands,  liquors  tod  ar- 
ticles from: 
Puerto  Rico : 
Liquors  and  articles  purchased  by  tourists  In: 

proposed 7452' 

Procurement  and  use  of  red  strip  stamps  for 

distilled  spirits  from 9167 

Proposed  rules 7452 

Records  and  reports  of  liquors  from,  pro- 
posed  

Virgin  Islands: 
Records  and  reports  of  liquors  from,  pro- 
posed  

Red  strip  stamps  for  distilled  spirits  from.. 
Rectification  of  spirits  and  wine : 

Bottling  of  rectified  spirits  and  products 

Proposed  amendments 8976 

Bottling    of    unrectified    spirits    and    wines; 

proposed  _„ 1 8976 

Change  of  proprietorship _ 7158 

Commodity    taxes    on    rectified    spirits    and 

products 7157 

Construction;  proposed 8975 

Gauge,   return,   and   taxpayment  of  rectified 

spirits;  proposed 8976 

Gauging  and  dumping  spii'its  and  record  of 

rectification 7157 

Locks  and  seals;  proposed 8916 

Operating  under  new  name  or  rectifying  and 

bottling  under  different  trade  names 7158 

Rectification 7157 

Rectifier's  records  and  reports 7157 

Sales  of  distilled  spirits  by  rectifiers 7157 

Stamps 7157 

Concealing  or  obscuring  of , 7534 

Retail  dealers  in  liquors.    See  Liquor  dealers. 
Rum,  denaturation  of : 

Change  of  proprietorship « i.    7150 

Exportation  of  denatured  nmi .    7149 

•    Furnishing  samples  of  denatured  rum.l.. 7149 

-  Losses 7149 

Operation  under  new  name  or  different  trade 

names  oT  styleis 7150 

Proprietor's  records  and  reports; '. - — — -    7149 

Return  of  denatured  rum 7149 


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7452 
9167 

7157 


INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued 
Excise  tax  regulations — Continued 

Liquors,  distilled  spirits,  etc. — Continued 
Spirits : 
Bottling  of.    See  Bottling  of  taxpaid  spirits. 
Distilled  spirits,  production  of.    See  Distilled 

spirits,  above. 
Rectification  of.     See  Rectification  of  spirits 
and  wine. 
Traffic   in   containers   <rf   distilled   spirits.    See 

Containers  of  distilled  spirits. 
Virgin    Islands,    liquors,    distilled    spirits,    and 
articles  from.    See  Puerto  Rico  and  Virgin 
Islands. 
Warehousing  of  distilled  spirits: 

Aircraft  and  vessels,  supplies  for 191 

Assistant  Regional  Commissioner,  action  by__      189, 

1853 

B6ttling-In-bond  department 192, 1856 

Bottling-in-bond  strip  stamps —  1857,  7533 

Proposed  rules 7155 

Consolidation  of  packages 3006 

Construction.     See  Location  and  construction. 

Control,  custody,  and  supervision 189, 1853 

Deposit  of  spirits  in  warehouse 189, 1853,  2658 

Distilled  spirits  excise  tax  stamps 7155 

Documents,  qualifying 1852 

Dumping,  reducing,  and  bottling 192. 1857,  3007 

Equipment . 1*9 

Exportation  of  distiUed  spirits  free  of  tax..  190, 3007 

Proposed  rules 8974 

Armed  services,  shipment  to 8974 

Location  and  construction 1852 

Proposed  rules 8974 

Losses  of  distilled  spirits  while  in  bond 1854 

Marks  and  brands  and  construction  of  cases —     1857 

Plats  and  plans 1852 

Qualifying  documents;  proposed 8974 

Rebottling.  relabeling,  and  restamping  of  bot- 
tled spirits.., 192,  1858 

Records  and  reports  of  proprietor 192 

Proposed  rules '155 

Redistillation,  transfers  for 190 

Requirements  governing   bottling  of  distilled 

spirits  under  trade  name '- 1853 

Requirements  governing  changes  in  name,  pro- 
prietorship, control,  location,  etc 189,  1852 

PropKwed  rules 7155 

Semiannual  reports  of  spirits  in  warehouses. .     192, 

400,3007 

Storage  of  distilled  spirit*  In  warehouse 189, 

1854,  2658 

Consolidation  of  packages 1 400,  3006 

Storekeeper-gauger's  files  and  records 192, 

400,  1858,  3007 

Storekeeper-gauger's  reports 400.  3007 

Supplies  for  certain  vessels  and  aircraft 191,3927 

Vessels  employed  in  fisheries 3927 

Taxes,  special  (occupational) ;  proposed 8975 

Transfer  of  distilled  spirits  to  customs  manu- 
facturing bonded  warehouses 192 

Transfers  in  bond  between  internal  revenue 

|)onded  warehouses 190,  400,  1855,  3007 

Vessels  and  aircraft,  supplies  for 191,3927 

Withdrawals:  ^^    ,„^^    „^^„ 

Distilled  spirits  from  warehouse. .  189,  1855,  2658 

Proposed  rules 7155 

Samples  of  distilled  spirits —    1854 

Rum  for  denaturation 1856 

Taxpaid  withdrawals:  ^^^„ 

By  gauge  tank. 190.. 1855,  3007 

In  packages 1855,  3006 

In  tank  cars  and  tank  trucks 1855 

Wine  spirits  for  use  in  wine  production 1856 

Wholesale  dealers  in  liquors.    See  Liquor  dealers. 
Wines : 
Drawback  of  tax  on.    See  Drawback  of  tax  on 

liquors  exported. 
Exports  by  dealers.    See  Liquor  dealers. 
Importation.    See    Importation    of     distilled 

spirits,  wines,  and  beer. 
Production,  etc.:  '  .tiro 

Taxpayment  of  wine ■-- 7158 

Withdrawal  of  wine  free  of  tax,  for  use  on 

certain  vessels  and  aircraft 3928  I 

Vessels  employed  in  fisheries 3928  j 


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INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued 

Excise  tax  regulations — Continued 
Liquors,  distilled  spirits,  etc. — Continued 
Wines — Continued 
Rectification  of-.  See  Rectification  of  spirits. 
Taxpaid  wine  bottling  houses;  proposed: 
Bottling  or  packaging  of  wines  especially  for 

export  with  benefit  of  drawback 8975 

Construction  atid  equipment — 8975 

Lubricating  oils,  taxes  on.  See  Oils. 
Manufacturers  and  retailers,  excise  taxes;  floor 
stocks  taxes  qlk  motor  vehicles,  tires,  tread  rub- 
ber, and  gasoline  held  for  sale  or  other  specified 
disposition  by  dealer  or  certain  other  persons 
beginning  as  of  July  1,  1956  (pursuant  to  High- 

•  way  Revenue  Act  of  1956) ^ 7433 

Gasoline ;  application  of  tax,  rate,  inventory,  etc.  .     7434 
Motor  vehicles  (automobiles,  trucks,  buses,  and 
other  highway  vehicles  including  trailers) ; 
application  and  i-ate  of  tax,  inventory,  re- 
turns, credit  or  refund,  etc 7434  • 

Tires,  highway;  application  of  tax,  rate,  inven- 
tory, etc 7434 

Tread  rubber;  application  of  tax,  rate,  credit  or 

refund,   inventory,   etc 7434 

Motor  vehicles: 

Floor  stocks  taxes  on  motor  vehicles.    See  Manu- 
facturers and  retailers  excise  taxes. 
Highway    use    tax    regulations.^   See    Highway 
motor  vehicle  use  tax  regulations. 
Narcotics,  regulations  under  Harrison  narcotic  law, 
as  amended;  exempt  officials,  procurement  of 
narcotics  by  civil  defense  officials  during  state 

of  civil  defense  emergency,  procedure 8056 

Oils,  lubricating,  taxes  on;   exclusion  from  term 
"manufacturer",  persons  who  reclaim  or  mix 

used  lubricating  oils 6019,6059 

Permit  proceedings,  rules  of  practice  in;  revision.-     1440 
Personal  property,  seized  by  Internal  Revenue  offi- 
cers and  subject  to  forfeiture,  procedures  re- 
lating  to 6569,8356 

Administrative  sale  of  personal  property 6572,8359 

Appraiser's  fees 6572,  8358 

Definitions 6570,  8356 

Remission  or  mitigation  of  forfeitures 6571,8357 

Seizures  and  forfeitures 6570,8357 

Playing  cards,  imported,  tax  on;  liability  to  tax, 
purchase,    stamping,    canceling    and    affixing 

stamps  8852 

Procedural  rules  relating  to  various  products.    See 

Practice,  procedure,  below. 
Retailers  excise  taxes.    See  Manufacturers  and  re- 
tailers excise  taxes. 
Tires.    See    Manufacturers    and    retailers    excise 

taxes. 
Tobacco  and  tobacco  products : 

Cigars  and  cigarettes;  manufacturer,  importers, 
and  dealers: 
General;  disposal  of  forfeited,  condemned,  and 

abandoned  stocks  of  cigars  and  cigarettes.    4555 

Operations   by   dealers 4557 

Operations  by  importers 4557 

Cigars    manufactured    in    customs    bonded 

inanufacturing   warehouses 4557 

Operations  by  manufacturers 4555 

.    Payment  of  tax  by  return  on  cigars  by  import- 
ers       4558 

Payment  of  tax  by  return  on  cigars  by  manu- 
facturers   1 *557 

Suspension  and  revocation  of  permit 4557 

Taxes;  liability  and  method  of  payment 4555 

Exportation  of  tobacco  materials,  tobacco  prod- 
ucts, and  cigarette  papers  and  tubes,  without 
payment  of  tax,  or  with  drawback  of  tax; 

proposed  rule  making 3374 

Exportation  without  payment  of  tax  of  tobacco 
manufactures,  oleomargarine,  etc..  shipments 
to  possessions  of  United  States,  and  draw- 
back on  tobacco  manufactures  and  stills  ex- 
ported to  Puerto  Rico  or  Philippine  Islands; 
supersedure  of  regulations  respecting  to- 
bacco products  and  cigarette  papers  and 
tubes,  proposed 3374 


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INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued 

Excise  tax  regulations — Continued 
Tobacco  and  tobacco  products — Continued 

Foreign-trade  zones,  removals  of  tobacco  prodr 
ucts.  alcoholic  liquors,  and  other  domestic^ 

articles  to;  revision 21,  3268 

Manufactured  tobacco,  etc.:  ,^      .         ^..  o«ic 

Bonds  and  extensions  of  coverage  of  bonds__  544.  2616 

Operations  by  importers;   proposed 544 

Shipment  or  delivery  of  manufactured  to- 
l>acco.  snuff,  cigars,  cigarettes,  and  ciga- 
rette papers  or  tubes,  for  use  as  sea  stores 
without  payment  of  internal  revenue  tax; 

supersedure,  proposed 3374 

Permit  proceedings,  rules  of  practice  in;  revision.     1440 
Tax-free   withdrawals  of   cigars   from   customs 
bonded    warehouses.    Class    6;    supersedure. 

proposed   Z.-",""     ^^"^^ 

Transportation  of  persons  by  rail,  motor  vehicle, 
water,  or  air,  tax  on  fare  paid,  and  on  facilities 
and  services  in  connection  with  transportation: 
imposition,  rate,  and  application  of  tax,  pay- 
ments,    taxable     transportation,     definitions. 

exemptions,  etc 6386,7525 

Alaska  and  Hawaii,  transportation  to  or  from; 

exemptions f  390,  7529 

Armed  forces,  members  of;  exemptions 6392,  Tbii 

Circus  or  show  trains;  exemption 6389,  75Z8 

Corpses,  shipment  of;  exemption — --  6389,  7528 

Duty   to   collect   tax;    payments   made   outside 

United  States,  refunds,  etc.—  6392,  6394,  7531,  7533 

Pishing  trips;  exemptions 1--  6391,7531 

Organizations,  certain  (American  Red  Gross,  in- 
ternational organizations,  etc.) ;  exemp- 
tion  — -  6391,7531 

Round  trips —  6393,  7532 

"Open  jaw"  transportation 6393,  753^ 

Round-trip   tickets 6388,7528 

State  and  local  government  exemptions..—  6394, 7533 
United  States  and  possessions,  exemption. __  6394,  7533 
Western  Hemisphere,  transportation  outside  of 

northern  portion  of 6393.7532 

Tread  rubber.     See  Manufacturers  and  retailers 

excise  taxes. 
Vinegar,  production  of,  by  vaporizing  process;  pro- 
posed rule  making: 

Change  of  persons  interested  in  business 7149 

Discontinuance  of  business ]J1*9 

Plant  operation ^14° 

Proprietor's  records  and  reports 7149 

Facilities  and  services  taxes.    See  Excise  tax  regu- 
lations. 
Federal  Alcohol  Administration  Act.  permit  require- 
ments under.     See  Permits. 
Federal  Facilities  Corporation;  authority  of  District 

Director  respecting.    See  Organization, 
Federal  Insurance  Contributions  Act;    emplosrment 

taxes  under.     See  Employment  tax  regulations. 
Federal  Unemployment  Tax  Act.  employment  taxes 

under.    See  Employment  tax  regulations. 
Field  offices,  location,  organization,  etc.    See  Organi- 
zation. 
Finland;  general  regulations  under  income  tax  con- 
vention   between    United    States    and    Finland, 
effective  for  taxable  years  beginning  on  or  after 

January  1.  1952 3601,6996 

Foreign-trade  zones;  excise  tax  regulations  respecting 
removals  of  certain  products  to.  See  Excise  tax 
regulations.  -^ 

Forfeitures  of  seized  personal  property,  procedures  re- 
lating to.    See  Excise  tax  regulations:  personal 
property. 
Functions,  delegation  of.    See  Organization. 
Gasoline;  excise  tax.    See  Excise  tax  regulations. 
Highway  motor  vehicles  use  tax  regulations.     See 

Excise  tax  regulations. 
Highway  Revenue  Act  of  1956;  excise  taxes  pursuant 

to.    See  Excise  tax  regulations. 
Income  and  excess  profits  taxes  regulations: 

E^xcess  profits  tax.  relief  from,  under  section  722  of 
Internal  Revenue  Code  (1939).  because  of  in- 
adequate excess  profits  credit;  allowances 
granted  to  listed  companies,  fiscal  year  ended 

June  30.  1956 — 7169 

Supplemental   list  for  fiscal   year   ended  Jvme 

30,   1955 7172 


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INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued 

Income  and  excess  profits  taxes  regulations — Con. 
Income  tax:  taxable  years  beginning  after  Decem- 
ber 31.  1941  (Regulations  111) : 
Computation  of  net  Income: 

Credit  for  dividends  piu4  on  preferred  stock 
1         of  public  utilities;  preferred  stock,  defini- 
tions  — —    6019 

Pension  and  annuity  plans;  limitations 5000 

Personal  exemption,  taxable  years  after  1946; 
taxpayer  Vho  was  in  Armed  Forces,  exemp- 
tion for  dependents  residing  in  Philippines.     9967 
War  losses,  recoveries  included  in  gross  income, 
elective    method,    overpayment    or    defi- 

.  ciencies,  interest  on '. 1640 

Estates   and    trusts;    employees'    trusts,   profit- 
sharing  plan . 5000 

Income  tax;  taxable  years  beginning  after  Decem- 
-    ber  31,  1951  (Regulations  118) :  .   - 

'"  Computation  of  net  income:  ^ 

Deductions;  pension  and  annuity  plans,  limlta- 

Uons -    5000 

Exclusions  from  gross  income;  dividends,  ap- 
plicability of  certain  regulations  to  short 

taxable  years  after  July.  1954.... 789,  804 

Supersedure  of  certain  regulations  respecting 
tax  on  individuals  and  corporations  for 
taxable   years   beginning   after   1953  and 

ending  after  August  16.  1954__- 789 

War  losses,  recoveries,  elective  method;  interest 

on  overpayments  or  deficiencies 1640 

Credits  against  net  income: 
Credit  for  dividends  paid  on  preferred  stock  of 

public  utilities;  preferred  stock,  definition.    6019 
Of  individuals  who  were  members  of  Armed 
Forces,  exemption  for  dependents  residing 

in  Philippines . 9967 

Estates  and  trusts,  taxation  of: 

Applicability  of  provisions,  proposed 2881 

Employees'  trusts,  profit-sharing  plan 5000 

Income  tax :  taxable  years  beginning  after  Decem- 
ber 31,  1953  (provisions  prescribed  imder  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954) : 
Accident  and   health  plans,   amounts  received 
under;   exclusion  from  gross  Income.     See 
Computation  of  taxable  income. 

Accounting  periods;  proposed  rule  making 779» 

Annual  accounting  period,  change  of 7800,  7801 

Newly  married  couples,  special  rule  for 7801 

Subsidiary  corporation,  special  rule  for 7801 

General  rule  for  methods  of  accounting ^  10276 

Period  for  computation  of  taxable  income 7798 

Returns  for  period  of  less  than  12  months 7801 

Taxable  year  for  which  deductions  taken;  gen-  . 

eral   rule . 10280 

Taxable  year  for  which  i^ms  of  gross  income 

included . 10278 

"General  rule  for  taxable  year  of  inclusion; 
constructive  receipt  of  income,  long-term 
contracts,  special  rule  in  case  of  death..  10278 
Trading  stamps  and  coupons,  accounting 

for  redemption  of.. 10279 

Obligations  issued  at  discount,  non-interest- 
bearing  :.   10279 

Adjustments,  pursuant  to  determinations  under 
income   tax   laws;    mitigation   of   effect   of 

limitations  and  other  provisions 890 

Amount  and  method  of  adjustment _-      897 

Circumstances  of  adjustment 893 

Correction  of  error _ 891 

Definitions:  determination,  taxpayer,  and  re- 
lated taxpayer 896 

Effective   date 900 

Aliens : 

Nonresident.    See  Nonresident  aliens. 
Withholding  tax.    See  Withholding  tax.. 
Alimony: 
Alimony  and  separate  maintenance  and  peri- 
odic payments.    See  Computation  of  tax- 
able income. 
Income  from  trusts,  etc.     See  Estates,  trusts, 
etc. 
Allowances,  cost-of-living;  exclusion  from  gross 
Income  of  amounts  received  as.  by  Govern- 
ment  civilian   personnel   on   foreign   duty, 
proposed -     21M 


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PagJ 


3778 


8397 


INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued 

Income  and  excess  profits  taxes  regulations — Con. 
Income  tax:  taxable  years  beginning  after  Decem- 
ber 31.  1953  (provisions  prescribed  under  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954) — Continued 
American  National  Red  Cross,  proceeds  from  cer- 
tain sports  programs  conducted  for  benefit    - 

of;  exclusion  from  gross  income ^^_  4635.  10490 

Annuities: 

Annuity  plans.     See  Pension,  profit-sharing, 

stock  bonus  plans. 
Proceeds  from  life  insurance  contracts,  etc.: 
computation  of  tax.    See  Computation  of 
taxable  income. 
Sale  of.  gain  or  loss  on.    See  Property  disposi- 
tion. 
Armed  Forces: 

Abatement  of  income  taxes  of  certain  members 

of;  proposed  rule  making. 4677 

Exclusions  from  gross  income.   JSee  Computa- 
tion of  taxable  income. 
Gain  or  loss  on  sale  or  exchange  of  residence. 

treatment  of . 

'  Gross  income,  definition  of.  in  computation  of 

tax  of  members  of  Armed  Forces.  Coast 

-    and  Geodetic  Survey,  and  Public  Health 

Service 

Avoidance  of  Income  tax.    See  Corporations  used 

to  avoid  income  tax  on  share  jholders. 
Bad  debts,  etc.: 
Deductions  for: 

By  individuals  and  corporations 4928 

,  Securities  held  by  banks ...-     5001 

Recovery  of  bad  debts,  prior  taxes,  and  delin- 
quency amounts;  exclusion  from  gross  in- 
come  4632,  10487 

'    Banking-  institutions _ --     5000 

Bank  affiliates,  special  deduction  for., 5006 

General  rules;  deductions  of  certain  dividends, 
bad  debts  and  losses,  treatment  of  common 

^         V  trust  funds,  etc . 5001 

Mutual  savings  banks,  cooperative  banks,  and 
domestic  building  and  loan  associa- 
tions  5001,5004 

Beneficiaries  of  estates  and  trusts.    See  Estates, 

trusts,  etc. 
Bonds.    See  Securities. 

Bridges  to  be  acquired  by  State  or  political  sub- 
divisions; exclusion  of  certain  income  from 

gross  income 4636,10491 

.     Capital  gains  and  losses,  determination  of:  spe- 
cial rules 3080.4817,5368,7981 

Amortization  of  property  in  e^ess  of  depre- 
ciation, proposed 5374 

Bonds  and  other  evidences  of  indebtedness; 

proposed 5370 

Lease  or  distributor's  agreement,  proceeds  from 

cancellation  of;   proposed 5375 

Options  to  buy  or  sell  property;  proposed 5372 

■     Patents,  sale  or  exchange  of;  pix)posed 3080 

Property  used  in  trade  or  business  and  invol- 
,untary  conversions;  gains  and  losses  from 

sale  or  exchange  of,  proposed 5369 

Livestock  held  for  draft,  breeding,  or  dairy 

purposes 5370 

Unharvested  crop 5370 

Real  property  subdivided  for  sale;  sales  made 

after  December  31.  1953,  proposed 4817 

Sale  or  exchange  of  certain  property  between 
spouses  or  between  an  individual  and  con- 
trolled corporation,  gain  from,  proposed..     5374 

Securities,  dealers  in;  proposed 5373 

Short  sales,  gains  and  losses  from 7981 

Husband  and  wife ^-.     7983 

Termination  payments,  certain,  to  employees, 

capital  gains  treatment  of,  proposed 5374 

China  Trade  Act  corporations: 
Income  from  sources  without  United  States, 
tax  based  on;  deductions,  disallowance  of 
foreign  tax  credit,   withholding   by,  etc., 

proposed  rule  making 2183 

Exclusion  of  dividends  to  residents  of  For- 
mosa or  Hong  Kong;  statutory  provi- 
sions     2184 

Withholding  ta3M)n  dividends  paid  by 585,5008 


INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued 

Income  and  excess  profits  taxes  regiilations— Con. 
Income  tax:  taxable  years  beginning  after  Decem- 
ber 31.  1953  (provisions  prescribed  under  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954) — Continued 
Claims.   See  Readjustment  of  tax  between  years. 
Coal: 

Disposal.    See  under  Computation  of  taxable 

income. 
Sales  and  exchanges.     See  Natural  resojirces. 
Computation  of  taxable  income: 
Alimony : 
Alimony   and    separate    maintenance    pay- 
ments, included  in  gross  income;   pro- 

ix>sed  rule  making 

Minor  children,  payments  for  support  of.. 
Deductions,  allowance  of,  for  periodic  pay- 
ments   

Annuities;  certain  proceeds  of  endowment  and 

life  insm'ance  contracts 375, 

Tables : 

I-IIA;  Ordinary  life,  joint  life,  and  sur- 
vivor  annuities 

Reference 

III;  Percent  value  of  refund  feature 

Reference 

IV ;  Temporary  life  annuities 384, 

Banking   institutions.     See   Banking   institu- 
tions, above. 
Capital  gains  and  losses.     See  Capital  gains 

and  losses,  above.  < 

Deductions: 

Alimony,  etc.,  periodic  payments;  proposed 

rule  making ^ — 

Allowance  of  deductions  for  individuals  and 
corpwrations: 
Additional  deductions,  certain    (nonbusi- 
ness, medical  expenses,  etc.),  for  in- 
dividuals  

General  provisions;    proposed  rule  mak- 
ing  

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments 

Bad  debts;  worthless  debts,  nonbusiness 
debts,  reserve  for  bad  debts,  etc.,  pro- 
posed rule  making — . 

Bond  premium  and  amortizable  bond  pre- 
mium: election  respecting  taxable  and 
partially  taxable  bonds,  definition,  etc.. 

proposed  rule  milking 

Circulation  expenditures;   proposed 

Contributions,  etc.;   proposed  rule  making: 

Charitatile.  etc.,  contributions  and  gifts; 

allowance  of  deductions,  limitations, 

joint  returns,  transfers  in  trust,  etc.. 

Excepted  contributions 

Dependents,  certain;  allowance  of  deduction 
from  gross  income  of  exi>enseG  for  care 

of 2331, 

Taxpayers  who  may  qualify  for  deduction- 
Depreciation;     allowances    for    exhaustion, 
wear  and  tear  and  obsolescence  of  vari- 
ous types  of  trade,  business,  or  invest- 
ment property,  when  allowed,  basis  for, 

etc 

Agreement  as  to  useful  life  and  rates  of  de- 
preciation  

Methods  of  computing  depreciation 

Decimal  equivalents  for  use  of  sum  of 
years-digits  method,  based  on  re- 
maining life,  table ' 

Limitations 

Mines,  etc 

Trusts  and  estates,  life  tenants  and  bene- 
ficiaries  of 

Emergency  facilities,  amortization  of,  pro- 
posed rule  making ^ 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments 

Grain-storage    facilities,    amortization    of; 

proposed  rule  making 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments 

Insurance;   life  insurance  premiums,  when 

deductible,  proposed  rule  making 

Losses: 
Bad  debts.    See  Bad  debts. 


121 

Page 


2659 
2662 

6234 

8853 


8864 
383 

8879 
383 

8883 


6234 


6229 

5091 
6131 


4928 


4081 
7797 


5867 
5095 


4403 
2331. 
4404 


3985 

3995 
3989 


3992 
3994 
3997 

3996 

5096 
6131 

5099 
6131 

4872 


80000—57- 


-16 


px  v^nta^M^ 


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ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


Page 


INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued 

Income  and  excess  profits  taxes  regiilatlons— Con. 
Income  tax:  taxable  years  beginning  after  Decem- 
ber 31,  1953  (provisions  prescribed  under  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954)— Continued 
Computation  of  taxable  income— Continued 
Ueductions — Continued 
Losses — Continued 
Casualty,    theft,    and    wagering    losses, 
worthless    securities,    etc.;    proposed 

rule  making 4925 

Net  operating  loss 1103,5525 

Carryovers  and  carrybacks 1106,  5528 

Joint  return  by  husband  and  wife.  __  1109.5531 
Medical,  dental,  etc.,  expenses;  allowance  of 
deduction,   limitations,   definitions,   ex- 
clusions,   reimbursement    for    expenses 

paid  in  prior  years,  etc 6230 

Natural  resources: 

See  also  Natural  resources,  below. 

Coal,  disposal  of;  expenditures  relating  to, 

proposed . 8435 

Mines,  etc.;  allowances  for  depreciation. __     3997 
Nontrade  or  nonbusiness  expenses  incurred 
in  production  of  Income;  proposed  rule 

making 6229 

Research    and    experimental    expenditures; 

proposed  rule  making 4344 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments 5696 

Soil  and  water  conservation  expenditures; 

proposed  rule  making _ 4814 

Special  deductions  for  corporations 4075 

Allowance  of 4075 

Dividends : 
Deductions  not  allowed  for  dividends  re- 
ceived from  certain  corporations —    4077 
Limitation  on  aggregate  amount  of  de- 
ductions for  dividends  received 4077 

Public  utilities  preferred  stock 4076,  4077 

Received  by  corporations 4075 

Received  from  certain  foreign  corpora- 
tions      4076 

Expenditures,  organizational;   election  to 

amortize,  etc 4079 

Interest,  partially  tax-exempt,  deduction 

for 4075 

Organizational  expenditures.   See  Expend- 

standard  deduction  for  individuals:  eligi- 
bility, manner  and  effect  of  election  to 
take     deduction,     etc.,     proposed     rule 

making 8404 

Husband  and  wife ;  eligibility  to  make  elec- 
tion, joint  returns,  etc L-    8404 

Marital  status,  determination  of 8404 

Trade  or  business  expenses  (traveling,  edu- 
cation, professional  expenses,  repairs, 
employee  benefits,  rentals,  advertising 
expenses,  personal  services,  etc.);  pro- 

^  posed  rule  making , 5091 

Contributions,   excepted ; . 5095 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments  Ip  pro- 
posed rule  making 6131 

Farmers,  expenses  of 5095 

Treatment  of  excessive  compensation 5094 

Trademark  and  trade  name  expenditures: 
election  to  treat  such  expenditures  as 
deferred  expenses,  manner  of  making 

election  (Temporary  rule) - — 8319 

Exclusions  from  gross  income: 
Accident  and  health  plans: 
Amounts   attributable   to   employer   con- 
tributions       2433 

Definition 2438 

Employer  contributions .: 2434.  2438 

Medical  care  expenses 2435 

Payments  unrelated  to  absence  from  work.    2435 

Wage  continuation  plans 2435.3678 

American  National  Red  Cross,  proceeds  from 
certain  sports  programs  conducted  for 
benefit  of 4635. 10490 


INTERNAL  REVENUE  sfeRVICE— Confino«d  ^«* 

Income  and  excess  profits  taxes  regulations — Con. 
Income  tax:  taxabfe-ytars  beginning  after  Decem- 
ber 31.  1953  (provisions  prescribed  vmder  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954 — Continued 
Computation  of  taxable  Income— Continued 
Exclusions  from  gross  income — Continued 
Armed  Forces,  members  of: 
Allowances  for  tuition  and  subsistence  at 
certain    educational    institutions   not 
excludable  as  scholarship  or  fellow- 
ship grants 4871 

Compensation  for  service  In  combat  zone 
during  induction  period,  or  for  service 
while  hospitalized  as  result  of  combat- 
zone   service 4634,10489 

Mustering -out  payments 4635,10490 

Bad    debts,    prior    taxes,    and    delinquency 

amoimts.  recovery  of 4632,10487 

Compensation  for  Injuries  or  sickness 2432 

Accident  or  health  Insurance 2433 

Personal   Injuries   or   sickness,    amoimts, 

etc.,  received  on  account  of 2433 

Workmen's   compensation   acts,   amounts 

received  under 2433 

Contributions  to  capital  of  corporation.  4636.  10492 

Cross  references  to  other  acts 4638, 10493 

Dividends : 

Interest  on  dividends  from  shares  and  stock 

of  Federal  agencies 4630. 10485 

Partial  exclusion  of  dividends  received  by 

Individuals 803 

Effective  date ;  taxable  years  ending  after 
July  31,   1954,  subject  to  Internal 

Revenue  Code  of  1939 804 

Fellowship  grants.    See  Grants. 

Gifts  and  inheritances —  4629,10484 

Grants,  scholarships  and  fellowships;  exclu- 
sion of   amounts   received,   limitations. 

Items  not  considered  grants,  etc 4869 

Allowances  to  members  of  Armed  Forces 

and  veterans  not  excludable 4871 

Indebtedness,  discharge  of  mcome  from 131 

Railroad  corporations 131 

Interest   on   certain    governmental    obliga- 
tions    4629, 10485 

Dividends  from  shares  and  stock  of  Federal 

agencies  or  instrumentalities 4630. 10485 

Notes  secured  by  mortgages  executed  to 
Federal    agencies    or    instrumentall- 

Ues 4631,10486 

State,    Territory,    etc..    Interest   on   obli- 
gations  of 4630,10485 

Treasury  bond  exemption  in  case  of  trusts 

of  partnerships 4631.10486 

United  States  obligations,  interest  on 4631, 

10486 
In  case  of  norwesident  aliens  and  foreign 
corporations,  not  engaged  in  busi-" 

ness  in  United  States 4631, 10486 

Meals  and  lodging  furnished  for  convenience 

of  employer 4636,10492 

Natural   resources.     See  Natural  resources, 

below. 
Parsonages,  rental  value  of.  proposed  rule 

making..-. 8890 

Police,  statutory  subsistence  allowance  re- 
ceived by __ 4637, 10492 

Real  property: 

Improvements  erected  by  lessee,  exclusion 
from  gross  income  of  lessor  of  real 

property  of  value  of 4631 

Lessee  corporation.  Income  taxes  paid  by_    4632 
Recovery   of   certain   Items  previously   de- 
ducted or  credited 4632.10487 

Scholarship  grants.    See  Grants. 
States,  municipalities,  etc.: 

Bridges  to  be  acquired 4636, 10491 

Interest  on  obligations 4630, 10485, 10486 

Gain  or  loss;  computation.    See  Capital  gains 
and  losses;  Natural  resources;  and  Prop- 
erty disposition. 
Gross  Income: 
Deductions  from.    See  Deductions,  above. 


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INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued  ^*9fi 

Income  and  excess  profits  taxes  regulations — Con. 
Income  tax:  taxable  yfears  beginning  after  Decem-  / 
ber  31,  1953  (provisions  prescribed  under  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954) — Continued 
Computation  of  taxable  Income — Continued 
Gross  income — Continued 
Definitions;     gross     income     from     wages, 
farmers   income,   gains   from   property, 
rent,  royalties,  dividends,  alimony,  an- 
nuities. Insurance  contracts,  cooperative 
i'    associations,  etc.,  proposed  rule  making.     8397 

*~  Adjusted  gross  income 8402 

Compensation  for  services,  including;  fees, 

commissions,  and  similar  itemiSl 8397 

Armed  Forces,  Coast  and  Goedetic  Sur- 
vey,   and    Public    Health    Service, 

members  of — 8397 

Taxable  income  defined;   statutory  pro- 
visions       8404 

Exclusion  from.    See  Exclusions  from  gross 
Income. 
•  Tax  liability,  determination  of.    See  Deter- 
mination of  tax  liability,  below. 
Contracts: 
Life  insurance  contracts,  certain  proceeds  from. 

See  Computation  of  taxable  Income. 
Mitigation  of  effect  of  renegotiation  of  Govern- 
ment contracts , 589.5013 

Recovery  of  excessive  profits  on  Goverrunent 

contracts 589.  5013 

Contributions  and  gifts,  charitable,  etc.;  deduc- 
tions.   See  Computation  of  taxable  income; 
and  Estates,  trusts,  etc. 
Cooperatives,  farmers;  tax  treatment  of.  proposed 

rulemaking 478 

Corporate  distributions;  proposed  rule  making: 

Effects  on  corporation;  earnings  and  profits  of 

certain  other  tax-free  exchanges,  tax-free 

distributions  and  tax-free  transfers  from 

one  corporation  to  another,  effect  on 5105 

Effects  on  r^lplents;  distributions  of  stock  and 
stock  rights,  election  of  shareholders  as  to 

medium  of  payment 5104 

Corporations  used  to  avoid  income  tax  on  share- 
holders; proposed  rule  making: 

Dividends  paid,  deduction  for 8940 

Carryovers 8943 

Consent  dividends 8944 

Nonresident    aliens    and    foreign    corpo- 
rations  8945 

Definitions 8940 

Determining  eligible  dividends 8941 

Dividends  paid  after  close  of  taxable  year..    8942 
Foreign  corporations;  deduction  for  dividends 

paid  to.  treatment  of 8945 

Foreign  personal  holding  companies 8933 

Definition 8935 

Income  of  foreign  personal  holding  com- 
panies       8936 

Gross   income 8937 

Taxed  to  United  States  shareholders 8933 

Undistributed    foreign    personal    holding 

company   income 8938 

Stock  ownership,  requirement . —    8936 

Nonresident  aliens  and  foreign  corporations; 
deduction  for  dividends  paid  to,  treatment 

of 8945 

Personal  holding  companies 8921 

Deficiency  dividends,  deduction  for;  require- 
ments, claim  for  credit  or  refund,  etc..     8932 

Definitions 8921 

Income;  definition,  etc 8924 

Undistributed  personal  holding  company 

income —    8929 

Imposition  of  tax 8921 

Stock  ownership,  options,  etc 8927 

Constructive  ownership 8927,  8928 

Family  and  partnership  ownership 8927 

Convertible  securities . 8928 

Credits  against  tax: 

For  taxes  paid  foreign  countries  or  possessions 
of  United  States.   See  Income  from  sources 
within  or  without  United  States. 
Treatment  of.  in  determination  of  tax  liability-      798 


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INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued 

Income  and  excess  profits  taxes  regulations — Con. 
Income  tax:  taxable  years  beginning  after  Decem- 
ber 31.  1953  (provisions  prescribed  under  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954) — Continued 
Critical  and  strategic  minerals  or  metals;  pay- 
ments to  encourage  exploration,  mining,  etc., 
exclusion  from  gross  income,  proposed.  8462.  9581 
Decedents;    estates  and   trusts  provisions.     See 

Elstates.  trusts,  etc. 
Dependents,  deductions  for  expenses  for  care  of. 

See  Computation  of  taxable  income. 
Depreciation  of  property  (business,  investment, 
mining  or  trade) ,  computation  of  deductions 
for.    See  Computation  of  taxable  income. 
Determination  of  tax  liability;  normal  taxes  and 
surtaxes : 
Changes  in  rates  during  taxable  year,  effect  of  _      796 

Corporations,  tax  on 795 

Credits  against  tax 798 

Dividends  received  by  individuals 798 

Partially  tax-exempt  interest  received  by  in- 
dividuals       800 

Retirement   income 800 

Wages,  tax  withheld  on 798 

Federal  and  State; employees  and  employ- 
ees of  certain  foreign  corporations 798 

Individuals,  tax  on 789 

Qross  Income  under  $5,000;  optional  tax 793 

*  Table  of  rates 793 

Heads  of  households 790,  794 

Husband  and  wife  or  surviving  spouse.  792,  794,  795 

Joint  returns ' 792 

Rates  of  tax  on  individuals;  tables._  789,  790,  793 
Distributions : 
By  trusts.    See  Estates,  trusts. 
Corporate.    See  Corporate  distribtrtions. 
Divorce,  etc..  Income  of  trust  In  case  of ;  taxability. 

See  Estates,  trusts. 
Emergency  facilities,  amortization  of: 

Computation,  deductions;  proposed 5096.  6131 

Estate  or  trust,  deductions  allowed... w__  2868.  10212 
In  excess  of  depreciation;  treatment  of  piain. 

proposed 5374 

Employees : 

Annuities,  taxation  of 7286 

Credits  against ^x,  certain  employees 798 

Of  foreign  governments,  taxability  of  income.     2836 
Stock  options,  bonus  plans.    See  Pensions. 
Termination  payments  to  employees;  capital 

gains  treatment  of.  proposed 5374 

Trusts;  taxability  of  beneficiary  of 7280 

Estates,  trusts,  beneficiaries,  and  decedents: 
Decedents,  income  in  respect  of;  taxable  effect 
of  transfer  of  right  to  such  income,  treat- 
ment of  certain  deductions  and  credit,  pro- 
"•      visions  respecting  installment  obligations, 

etc.,  proposed  rule  making 4672 

Annuity  contracts,  joint  and  survivor; 
amounts  received  by  surviving  an- 
nuitant      4676 

Armed  Forces;  abatement  of  income  taxes  of 

certain  members  upon  death 467T 

Estates  and  trusts;  deductions 467^ 

For  estate  tax 4674 

Depreciation  of  pi'operty,  computation  of  de- 
ductions; life  tenants  and  beneficiaries  of 

estates  and  trusts ' 3996 

Estates,  trusts,  and  beneficiaries;  taxation  of..    2865, 

3878,  6036,  10207 
Applicability  of  provisions;  general  rule,  ex- 
ceptions    2881, 10248 

Application  of  65-day  rule  of  1939  Code...   2882. 

10249 
Charitable  contributions,  limitation  on  de- 
ductions of  trusts  for;  trusts  with  trade 
or  business  income,  unrelated  business 
income,  prohibited  transactions,  dis- 
allowance to  donors  for  gifts  made  in 

trust,  etc.,  proposed 6036 

Current  income;  trusts  distributing  current 
Income  only,  simple  trusts,  deductions, 
inclusions  of  amounts  In  iiicome  of  bene- 
ficiaries, etc— -  2871.  10216 


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INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued 

Income  and  excess  profits  taxes  regulations — Con. 
Income  tax:  taxable  years  beginning  after  Decem- 
ber 31,  1953  (provisions  prescribed  under  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954) — Continued 
Estates,  trusts,  beneficiaries,  and  decedents — Con. 
Estates,  trusts,  and  beneficiaries;  taxation  of — 
Continued 
Divorce,  etc..  Income  of  trust  in  certain  cases 
of;  determination  of  taxability  between 

st>ouses,  proposed  rule  making ,    6040 

Alimony   payments,   application   of   trust 

rules  to 6040 

Alimony   trust   income   designated   for 

support  of  minor  children 6040 

Employees'  trusts.  See  Pension,  profit-shar- 
ing, stock  bonus  plans,  etc. 
Estates  or  trusts  which  may  accumulate  In- 
come or  which  distribute  corpus;  deduc- 
tions, limitation,  character  of  amounts, 
inclusion  of  amovmts  in  gross  income  of 

beneficiaries,  etc 2874.  10219 

Complex  trusts 2876.  2879.  10221,  10224 

Distributions  in  first  65  days  of  taxable 

year 2880,  10226 

Special  applicable  rules;  exclusions,  gifts, 

bequests,  etc 2879.  10224 

Excess  distributions  by  trusts,  treatment  of-    3579. 

10227 
Accumulation  distribution  allocated  to  5 

preceding  years 3583,  10231 

Definitions 3580.  10227 

Denial  of  refund  to  trusts 3585.  10233 

Treatment  of  amounts  as  distributed  or  re- 
ceived in  preceding  taxable  years.. -    3585. 

10233 
General  rules;  imposition  of  tax.  computa- 
tion, payment,  filing  of  returns,  gross  in- 
come, etc 2866.  10209 

Credits  and  deductions,  special  rules  for; 
■  interest,  foreign  taxes,  dividends,  char- 
itable contributions,  net  operating  loss 
-^  deduction,  double  deductions,  etc.  2867. 10210 

Amortization    of    emergency    or    grain 

storage  facilities 2868,  10212 

Definitions;  distributable  net  income,  tax- 
exempt  interest,  foreign  income,  per- 
sonal exemption  deduction,  etc..  2870.  10214 
Grantors  and  others  treated  as  substantial 

owners 3590.  10238 

Administrative  powers 3598. 10245 

Definitions 3593.  10240 

Income  for  benefit  of  grantor 3599. 10246 

Person  other  than  grantor  treated  as  sub- 
stantial owner 3600.10248 

Power  to  control  beneficial  enjoyment  3595. 10243 

Power  to  revoke 3598.  10246 

Renunciation  of  power 3601. 10248 

Reversionary   interests 3593, 10241 

Trust  income,  deductions,  and  credits  at- 
tributable to  grantor,  etc 3591. 10238 

Scope  of  statutory  provisions 2865. 10209 

•  Excessive  profits  on  Government  contracts,  re- 
covery of.    See  Contracts. 
•  Exchanges  of  property,  nontaxable;  gain  or  loss 

on.    See  Property  disposition. 
Exclusions  from  gross  income.     See  Computa- 
tion of  taxable  income. 
Exempt  organizations.    See  Organizations. 
Expenses ;  allowance  of  deductions  for  certain  ex- 
penses or  expenditures.    See  Computation  of 
taxable  income. 
Experimental  expenditures.     See  Research  and 

experimental  expenditures. 
Federal  Communications  Commission,  treatment 
of  gain  from  sale  or  exchange  of  property 

to  effectuate  policies  of ^^._ 3784 

Fellowship  grants;  taxability.    See  Computation 

of  taxable  income. 
Foreign  corporations: 

Foreign  tax  credit 4409 

Foreign  personal  holding  companies  and  for- 
eign corporations  used  to  avoid  income  tax.  ^ 
See  Corporations  used  to  avoid  income  tax 
on  shareholders. 


INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued  «•»«• 
Income  and  excess  profits  taxes  regulations — Con. 
Income  tax:  taxable  years  beginning  after  Decem- 
ber 31,  1953  (provisions  prescribed  under  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954) — Continued 
Foreign  corporations— Continued 
Tax  on  resident  and  nonresident  foreign  cor- 
porations.   See  Nonresident  aliens,  below. 
Withholding  tax  provisions  respecting  foreign 
corporations    and    tax-exempt    organiza- 
tions   583,  5007 

Return  and  payment  of  tax  withheld  after 

1956;  proposed  rule  making 6131 

Foreign  governments,  employees  of.  etc.;   tax- 
ability.   See  Nonresident  aliens,  below. 
Foreign  Service  personnel,  exclusion  of  certain 

allowances  from  gross  iiK;ome.  proposed 2180 

Gains  or  losses: 
Capital  gains  and  losses,  determination  of.  See 

Capital  gains  and  Icsses. 
Computation  of.  and  deductions  for  losses.    See 

Computation  of  taxable  income. 
Disposition  of  property,  gain  or  loss  on.    See 
Natural  resources;  and  Proper^  disposi- 
tion. 
Short  sales,  gain  or  loss  from;  computation. 

See  Capital  gains  and  losses. 
War  losses.    See  War  loss  recoveries. 
Gas  wells  and  properties;  deductions  and  exclu- 
sions on  income  from.   See  Natural  resources. 
Gifts  and  inheritances;  exclusion  from  gross  in- 
come   4629. 10484 

Grain-storage  facilities,  amortization  of;  deduc- 
tions: 

Computation,  proposed  rule  making 5099.6131 

Estates  or  trusts,  deductions  allowed 2868.10212 

Grants,  fellowship  or  scholarship ;  taxability.    See 

Computation  of  taxable  income. 
Gross  income: 
Deductions  from.    See  Computation  of  taxable 

income. 
Definitions.    See  Computation  of  taxable  in- 
come. 
Exclusions  from.    See  Computation  of  taxable 

income. 
Under  $5,000;  determination  of  tax,  optional..      793 

War  loss  recoveries,  inclusion  in 1641 

Income  from  sources  within  or  without  United 

States,  tax  based  on;  proposed  rule  making: 

Income  derived" partly  from  sources  within  and 

partly  from  sources  without  United  States.    2823 
Foreign   country    or    possession    of    United 
States,  income  from  sources  within  or 

without 2826 

Personal  property,  income  from  sale  of 2823 

Telegraph  and  cable  services 2825 

Transportation   service 2824 

Income  from  sources  within  United  States ;  de- 
termination of  sources  of  income,  computa- 
tion, interest,  dividends,  etc 2820 

Compensation  for  labor  or  personal  services —     2821 
Property;  rentals  and  royalties,  sale  of  real 

and  personal  property 2822,  2823 

Income  from  sources  without  United  States: 
China  Trade  Act  corporations.    See  China 

Trade  Act  corporations,  above. 
Earned  income  of  citizens  of  United  States, 
received  from  sources  outside  country; 
bona  fide  resident  of  foreign  country, 
qualification  for  exemption,  exclusion  of 
certain  cost-of-living  allowances,  etc —    2177 
Foreign  Service  personnel,  exclusion  of  cer- 
tain allowances  of 2180 

Foreign  tax  credit;  proposed  rule  making —    4407 
Allowance  of  credit  for  taxes  paid  or  ac- 
crued to  foreign  countries  and  pos- 
sessions of  United  States 4408 

Conditions  of 4412 

Credit  for  taxes  in  lieu  of  income,  war 

profits,  or  excess  profits  taxes 4410 

Foreign  corporations 4409 

Limitations 4411 

Redetermination  of  t»x  when  credit  proves 

incorrect  4412 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued  P»e« 

Income  and  excess  profits  taxes  regulations — Con. 
Income  tax:  taxable  years  beginning  after  Decem- 
ber 31,  1953  (provisions  prescribed  under  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954) — Continued 
Income  from  sources  within  or  without  United 
States,  tax  based  on;  proposed  rule  making — 
Continued 
Income  from  sources  without  United  States — 
Continued 
Possessions.  United  States.    See  Possessions 

of  United  States,  below. 
Western  trade  act  corporations.     See  West- 
ern trade  act  corporations,  below. 
•    Nonresident  aliens  and  foreign  corporations. 

See  Nonresident  aliens,  below. 
Insurance : 
Associations.    See  Organizations. 

Insurance  companies 388, 6640 

Life  insurance 388,6641 

Mutual  insurance  companies  (other  than  life 
or  marine  or  fire  insurance  companies 

issuing  perpetual  policies) 393,6645 

Other  insurance  companies 396, 6648 

Life  insurance: 

Companies 388,6641 

Contracts;  certain  proceeds  from.    See  Com- 
putation of  taxable  income. 
Policies,  exchanges;  computation  of  gain  or 

loss   387,8889 

Premiums;  when  deductible  from  gross  in- 
come, proposed  rule  making 4872 

International     organizations;     taxability.      See 

Nonresident  aliens,  below. 
Involuntary  conversions  of  property.    See  Prop- 
erty, disposition  of. 
Limitations,  mitigation  of  effect  of,  and  other 

provisions.     See  Adjustments. 
Losses.    See  Gains  or  losses. 
Meals  and  lodging  furnished  for  convenience  of 

employer;  exclusion  from  gross  income.  4636, 10492 
Medical,  dental,  etc.,  expenses;  allowance  of  de- 
duction for,  in  computation  of  taxable  in- 
-     come,   limitations,   reimbursement    for   ex- 
penses paid  in  prior  years,  etc 6230 

Minor  children: 
Alimony  trust  income  designated  for  support 

of;  taxability,  proposed 6040 

Payments  for  support  of;   inclusion  in  gross 

income  tax,  treatment  of 2662 

Natural  resources;  proposed  rule  making: 
Deductions;  provisions  applicable  to  mines,  oil. 
gas  wells,  and  other  natural  deposits  and 
timber: 

Definition  of  property 8452 

Development  expenditures 8461 

Exploration  or  discovery  expenditures 8459 

Depletion;  allowance  of  deduction,  basis  for 
cost  depletion,  treatment  of  bonus  and 
advanced  royalty,  percentage  depletion, 

etc —     8439 

"  Depreciation  of  improvements 8444 

United  States  deposits,  production:  per- 
centage depletion  rate  applicable  to 

listed  minerals 8448 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments  in  pro- 
posed rule  making 9581 

Mineral  interests,  operating  and  non-operat- 
ing, special  rules  for  aggregating 8453 

Basis,  holding  period,  and  abandonment 

losses 8457 

Exclusions  from  gross  income;  payments  to  en- 
courage exploration,  development,  and 
mining  of  critical  and  strategic  minerals  or 

metals  for  defense  purposes 8462 

Extension  of  time  to  file  comments  in  pro- 
posed rule  making 9581 

Sales  and  exchanges,  gain  or  loss  on : 
Coal,  gain  or  loss  upon  disposal  of,  with  re- 
tained economic  interest 8438 

Oil  or  gas  properties,  surtax  on  sale  of 8439 

Timber ;  election  to  consider  cutting  as  sale  or 
exchange,  disposal  imder  cutting  con- 
tract  - 8436 


INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE— Continued 

Income  and  excess  profits  taxes  regulations — Con. 
Income  tax:  taxable  years  beginning  after  Decem- 
ber 31,  1953  (provisions  prescribed  under  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954) — Continued 
Net  operating  loss;  deductions.   See  Computation 

of  taxable  income. 
Nonresident  aliens  and  foreign  corporations,  tax 
on:                                                 f 
Dividends  paid  to,  by  certain  corporations ;  de- 
ductions for.. 

Foreign  corporations,  resident  and  nonresident, 
taxation  of ;  classes  of  foreign  corporations, 
gross  income,  deductions  allowed,  etc.,  pro- 
posed rule  making . 

Exclusions  from  gross'lncome;  foreign  ships 

or  aircraft 

Returns;    requirements 

Foreign  governments  and  international  organ- 
izations; proposed  rule  making: 
Employees  of,  compensation;  taxability — _- 
Tax  conventions,  consular  conventions,  arfa 
international  agreements,  exemptions 

under 

Income  of;  taxability 

Treaties;  income  exempt  under  treaty 

International  organizations.    See  Foreign  gov- 
ernments and  international  organizations. 
Nonresident    alien    individuals,    taxation    of; 
determination  of  residence,  gross  income, 
deductions  and  credits,  allowance  of,  etc., 

proposed  rule  making 

Partnerships 

Puerto  Rico,  alien  residents  of 

Returns;   requirements 

Seamen,  alien,  residence  of 

Rates  of  tax ;  doubling  of  rates  of  tax  on  citizens 
and  corporations  of  certain  foreign  coun- 
tries, statutory  provisions 

Returns  and  records;  income  tax  returns,  pro- 
posed rule  making 

Agent,  fiduciary,  or  other  person  for  nonresi- 
dent alien  individual 

Foreign  corporations 

Nonresident  aliens 

Withholding  tax.    See  Withholding  of  tax  on 
nonresident  aliens. 
Oil  wells  and  properties,  deductions  and  exclu- 
sions   on   income   from.    See   Natural    re- 
sources. ^ 
Organizations: 
International  organizations.    See  Nonresident 

aliens  and  foreign  corporations. 
Organizational  expenditures;  election  to  amor- 
tize, etc 

Tax-exempt  organizations: 

Foreign    tax-exempt      organizations.      See 

Withholding  tax. 
Returns;  filing  of  information  returns,  em- 
ployees' trusts 

Various  tax-exempt  organizations,  (religious, 
charitable,  scientific,  labor,  agricultural, 
communist  controlled,  fraternal,  ^ivic 
leagues,  social  clubs,  chambers  of  com- 
merce, benevolent  life  insurance  associ- 
ations, mutual  public  utilities  companies, 

etc.):  proposed* rule  making 

Business  income  of  certain  exempt  organi- 
zations, taxation  of : 

Farmers'  cooperatives 1 

Parsonages,  rental  value  of;  exclusion  from  gross 
income  in  computation  of  tax,  proposed  rule 

making 

Partners  and  partnerships: 

Definitions;  exclusion  of  certain  partnerships 
(unincorporated  organizations)  from  pro- 
visions governing  partners  and  partner- 
ships  

Determination  of  tax  liability,  contributions, 

distributions,  transfers,  etc 

N(Hiresident   alien   individuals,   partnerships; 

proposed  

Patents,  sale  or  exchange,  tax  treatment  of ;  pro- 
posed rule  making 


125 


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8945 


2833 

2835 
2838 


2836 


2837 
2835 
2837 


2826 
2832 
2832 
2837 
2827 


2835 

2837 

2838 
2838 
2837 


4079 


7297 


460 

470 
478 


8890 

6130 
3500 
2832 
3080 


126 


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ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


Page 


INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE — Continued 

Income  and  excess  profits  taxes  regulations — Con. 
Income  tax:  taxable  years  beginning  after  Decem- 
^  ber  31,  1953  (provisions  prescribed  under  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954)— Continued 
Payment  and  return  of  tax.    See  Returns  and 

records. 
Pension,  profit-sharing,  stock  bonus  plans,  etc., 

tax  treatment  of 7269 

Contributions  by  employer :  deductions,  method 
of  contribution,  negotiated  plans,  carry- 
overs   -     7287 

Employee  annuities,  taxation  of 7286 

Employee  stock  options,  applicability  of  pro- 
visions,   deductions,    etc.;    proposed    rule 

making 8774 

Employees'  trusts,  taxability  of  beneficiary  of.     7280 
Qualified   iiensioh,   profit-sharing,   and   stock 

bonus  plans;  requirements 7276 

Returns,  filing  of,  by  exempt  organizations; 

employees'  trusts -l —     7297 

Personal  holding  companies.    See  Corporations 

used  to  avoid  income  tax  on  shareholders. 
Police,  statutory  subsistence  allowance  received 

by - 4637.10492 

Possessions    of    United    States;    proposed    rule 
making : 
Foreign  tax  credit;  allowance  of.  etc..  for  taxes 
paid  or  accrued  to  [possessions  of  United 

States 4408 

Income  from  sources  within,  tax  based  on; 
citizens  and  domestic  corp>orations,  tax- 
ation and  status  of  citizens,  etc 2181 

Income  from  sources  within  or  without,  tax 

based   on - - — -    2826 

Property  disposition,  gain  or  loss  on: 
Basis  rules  of  general  application: 

Annuities,  sale  of 387,8889 

Indebtedness,  discharge  of;  adjusted  basis, 

general  rule,  special  cases 133 

Common  nontaxable  exchanges: 

Insurance   policies 387,8889 

Involutary  conversions,  tax  treatment  of; 
nonrecognition  of  gain,  general  rules, 
replacement  funds,  etc.,  proposed  rule 

making 3931 

Livestock  destroyed  because  of  disease 3935 

Reclamation  laws,  disposition  of  excess 
property  within  irrigation  project  pur- 
suant to 3935 

Residence  of  taxpayer 3935 

Property  held  for  productive  use  in  trade  or 
business  or  for  investments;  nonrecogni- 
tion of  gain  or  loss  from  exchanges  solely 
in  kind,  property  acquired  upon  tax-free 

exchanges,  etc__ 3650,8536 

'Residence,  sale  or  exchange  of;  nonrecogni- 
tion of  gain,  adjusted  sale  price,  basis  of 

new  residence,  etc 3778 

Armed  Forces,  members  of 3782 

Husband  and  wife 3781 

Involuntary  conversions 3782,  3931 

Stock,  exchange  of:  , 

For  property 3652.  8539 

Stock  for  stock  of  same  corporation 3653,8539 

Federal  Communications  Commission,  gain 
from  sale  or  exchange  to  effectuate  policies 

of 3784 

Securities  and  Exchange  Commission,  ex- 
changes and  distributions  in  obedience  to 

orders  of i— 3786 

Basis  of  property  acquired  in  exchanges  and 

distributions , 3791 

Definitions -. 3794 

Nonrecognition  of  gain  or  loss 3786 

Securities  and  stocks: 
Exchange  of  stock  :^    • 

For  property L  3652,8539 

Stock  for  stock  of  same  corporation..  3653,  8539 
Wash  sales: 

Basis  of  stocks  or  securities  acquired .    3797 

Losses  from 3796 


INTERNAL   REVENUE   SERVICE— Continued  P*8« 

Inc(xne  and  excess  profits  taxes  regulations — Con. 
Income  tax:  taxable  years  begiiming  after  Decem- 
ber 31,  1953  (provisions  prescribed  imder  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954)— Continued 
Property  disposition,  gain  or  loss  on — Continued 
Special  rules;  provisions  effective  for  taxable 
years  beginning  after  December  31,  1953, 

and  ending  after  August  16,  1954 3783 

Basis  established  by  Revenue  Act  of  1932  or 
1934  or  by  Internal  Revenue  Code  of 

1939 3784 

Property    acquired    before    March    1,    1913. 

basis 3784 

Property  acquired  dmlng  affiliation,  basis...    3783 
Property  used  in  trade  or  business,  gain  or  loss 
on  sale  or  exchange  of.    See  Capital  gains 
and  losses;  and  Property  disposition. 
Puerto  Rico;  proposed  rule  making: 

Alien  residents  of,  taxation  of 2832 

Income  from  sources  within;  applicability  of 

regulations,  etc 2183 

Exclusion  of  certain  income . .    2183 

Rates  of  tax : 
Doubling  of  rates  of  tax  on  citizens  and  corpo- 
rations of  certain  foreign  countries;  statu- 
tory  provisions ,' .    2835 

Self-employment  income .      940 

Tables  of  rates  of  tax  on  cori>orations  and  in- 
dividuals  789.  790,  793 

Readjustment  of  tax  between  years,  and  special 
limitations;  proposed  rule  making: 
Adjustment  of  tax  pursuant  to  income  tax  laws. 

See  Adjustments,  above. 
Claim  of  right: 
Computation  of  tax  where  taxpayer  recovers 
substantial  amount  held  by  another  un- 
der claim  of  right 5062 

Computation  of  tax  where  taxpayer  restores 
substantial  amount  held  imder  claim  of 

right,  statutory  provisions 5059 

Restoration  of  amounts  received  or  accrued 

under  claim  of  right 5059 

Claims  against  United  States  involving  acquisi- 
tion of  property;  tax  on  certain  amounts 

received  with  respect  to ,.     5062 

Mitigation  of  effect  of  limitations  and  other 
provisions.    See  Adjustments,  above. 

Recovery  of  unconstitutional  Federal  taxes 5062 

War  loss  recoveries.    See  War  loss  recoveries, 
below. 
Real  estate,  etc.: 
Exclusion  from  gross  income  of  certain  income 
from  leased  real  property.    See  Compu- 
tation of  taxable  income. 
Real  property  subdivided  for  sale;  determina- 
tion of  capital  gains  and  losses  on  sales 
made  after  December  31,  1953,  proposed 

rule  making 4817 

Residence,  gain  or  loss  on  sale  or  exchange  of. 
See  Property  disposition. 
Recovery  of  bad  debts,  prior  taxes,  and  deliquency 

amounts;  exclusion  from  gross  income.  4632, 10487 
Renegotiation   of   Government  contracts,  miti- 
gation of  effect  of 589,5013 

Research  and  experimental  expenditures,  treat- 
ment of.  in  computation  of  taxable  income. 

proposed  rule  making 4344.  5696 

Returns  and  records : 
Income  tax  returns;  nonresident  aliens  and 

foreign  corporations 2837 

Information    returns,    filing    of,    by    exempt 

organizations;  employees'  trusts 7297 

Withholding  tax,  certain,  return  a^d  payment 

of , 587, 5007 

Sale  or  exchange  of  certain  property,  treatment 
of  gain  or  loss  from.    See  Capital  gains  and 
losses. 
Scholarship  grants ;  taxability.   See  Computation 

of  taxable  Income. 
Securities  and  Elxchange  Commission,  exchanges 
and  distributions  in  obedience  to  orders  of; 
'  treatment  of  gain  or  loss  on 3786 


5373 


INTERNAL   REVENUE   SERVICE— Continued  P»8« 

Income  and  excess  profits  taxes  regulations — Con. 
Income  tax:  taxable  years  beginning  after  Decem- 
ber 31,  1953  (provisions  prescribed  under  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954)— Continued 
Securities  and  stocks: 
Bad  debt  and  loss  deduction  with  respect  to 

securities  held  by  banks 5001 

Bonds;  etc.:  ^,    ^, ^     _, 

Bond     premlimi     and     amortizable     bond 

premium:  deductions,  proposed 4081 

Determination  of  capital  gains  pnd  losses 
V  from  sale  or  exchange  of  bonds  and  other 

evidences  of  indebtedness,  proposed 5370 

Withholding   of  tax   on  tax-free  covenant 

bonds 586.  5010 

Return  and  payment  of  tax  withheld  after 

1956;  proposed  rule  making 6131 

Dealers  in  securities;  gain  or  loss  from  sale  or 
exchange  of  securities,  treatment  of,  pro- 
posed  

Exchange  or  sale  of.    See  Property,  disposition 

of. 
Exclusion  from  gross  income  of  interest  on  cer- 
tain   governmental    obligations    (Federal. 
State.  Territory,  etc.).    See  Computation 
of  taxable  income. 
Public    utilities    preferred    stock*   dividends; 

deductions I 4076,  4077 

Stock  bonus  plans.  See  Pension,  profit-shar- 
ing, stock  bonus  plans,  etc. 

Wash  sales  of.  treatment  of  losses  from 3796 

Self -employment  income,  tax  on;   rate  of  tax, 
computation    of    net    earnings,    exclusions. 

definitions,  trade  or  business,  etc 940,  6059 

Agricultural  activity.  Income  from;  exclusion..     944. 

6063 

Community  income -  943,6062 

Ministers,   members   of  religious  orders,   and 

Christian  Science  practitioners. -v 944. 

946, 948. 6063, 6066, 6067 

Public  Office 946.6065 

Puerto  Rico ;  residents  and  nonresidents  of-  944.  6063 
Railroad     Retirement     System,     Individuals 

under 9*6.  6065 

Shareholders,    avoidance    of    tax.     See    Corpo- 
rations used  to  avoid  tax  on  shareholders. 
Soil  and  water  conservation  expenditures,  treat- 
ment of  deductions  for.  In  computation  of 

taxable  Income;  proposed  rule  making 

Standard  deduction  for  Individuals ;  computation. 

See  Computation  of  taxable  income. 
Strategic  minerals  or  metals.    See  under  Natural 

resources. 
Tax  liability,  determination  of.    See  Determina- 
tion of  tax  liability. 
Temporary  rules  relating  to  income  tax.    See 

Temporary  rules,  below. 
Timber;    sales    and    exchanges.      See    Natural 

resources. 
Trusts :  , 

Depreciation,    deductions;    life    tenants    and 

beneficiaries  of  estates  and  trusts 3996 

Taxation  of.    See  Estates,  trusts. 
Unconstitutional  Federal  taxes,  recovei-y  of ;  pro- 
posed rule  making 5062 

War  loss  recoveries;  inclusion  In  gross  Income, 
tax  adjustment,  basis  of  recovered  property. 

etc 

Water  conservation  expenditures.     See  Soil  and 

water  conservation  expenditures. 
Western  Hemisphere  trade  corporations.  Income 
from   sources   without   United    States,    tax 
based  on;  definitions,  deductions,  proposed 

rule  making 2180 

Withholding  tax,  on  nonresident  aliens,  foreign 

corporations,  and  tax-free  covenant  bonds —     583. 

5006 

Credits  ._ - - -  589, 9012 

Exceptions  and  special  rules 5007 

China  Trade  Act  corporations,  dividends 

paid  by - 585,5008 

Exemptions  __ •. 5009 

Virgin  Islands  ixUiabitants 5009 


4814 


1640 


INTERNAL    REVENUE   SERVICE— Continued 

Income  and  excess  profits  taxes  regulations — Con. 
Income  tax:  taxable  years  beginning  after  Decem- 
ber 31.  1953  (provisions  prescribed  under  In- 
ternal Revenue  Code  of  1954)— Continued 
Withholding  tax,  on  nonresident  aliens,  foreign 
corporations,  and  tax-free  covenant  bonds — 
Continued 
PV)relgn  corporations  and  tax-exempt  organiza- 
tions  583, 

Return  and  payment  of  tax  withheld 

5011,6131, 

Before  January  1,  1957 6131, 

On  and  after  January  1,  1957 6131, 

Withholding  agent,  definition 589, 

Tax  conventions,  regulations  under.    See  Tax  con- 
ventions, below. 
Treaties,  taxation  pursuant  to.    See  Tax  conven- 
tions, below. 
Industrial  alcohol;  excise  tax.    See  Excise  tax  regula- 
tions. 
Inspection  of  tax  returns;  authority  of  District  Di- 
rectors of  Internal  Revenue  to  make  individual 
income  tax  returns  available  for  inspection  to 
personnel  of  Department  of  Health,  Education, 

and  Welfare 

Intoxicating  liquors.    See  Liquors,  distilled  spirits, 

etc. 
Italy,  income  tax  convention  between  United  States 
and;   regulations  pursuant  to,  respecting  with- 
holding taxes  on  dividends,  pensions,  patents,  In- 
terests, etc.,  effective  1956 

Liquor  bottles,  compromise  offers  accepted  In  cases 
relating  to  refilling  of;  public  inspection  of  docu- 
ments relating  to - 

Liquors,  distilled  spirits,  etc.: 
Excise  taxes.    See  Excise  tax  regulations. 
Intoxicating  liquors: 
Basic  permit  requirements  under  Federal  Alcohol 
Administration  Act;    substitution   of   refer- 
ences to  Internal  Revenue  Code  of  1954  for 
references    to    1939    Code    and    regulations 

thereunder . 

Labeling  and  advertising  of: 
Distilled  spirits: 

Brandies 

Hearings  respecting  proposed  amendments  of 
regulations  governing  standards  of  Iden- 
tity and  fiir,  labeling  and  advertising 

Wine,  various  classes;  hearings  respecting  pro- 
pose amendments  or  regulations  govern- 
ing standards  of  identity  and  fill,  labeling 

and  advertising '^^^. 

Permit  requirements.    See  Permits,  below. 
Motor  vehicles: 
Floor  stocks  taxes  on.    See  Excise  tax  regulations. 
Highway  use  tax  regulations.    See  Excise  tax  regu- 
lations. 
Narcotics,  regulations  under  Harrison  Narcotic  Law, 
as  amended ;  exempt  officials,  procurement  of  nar- 
cotics by  civil  defense  officials  during  state  of 

civil  defense  emergency,  procedure 

Oils,  lubricating;  excise  tax.    See  Excise  tax  regula- 
tions. 
Organization,  delegations  of  authority,  functions,  etc.: 
Delegations  of  authority,  functions,  etc.: 

Alcohol  and  Tobacco  Tax  Division.  Director;  con- 
.  dltlonal  authority  to  administer  and  enforce 
laws  relating  to  distilled  spirits,  wines,  beer, 
tobacco,  firearms,  and  permits,  to  accept  or 
reject  offers  In  certain  compromise  cases, 
remit  or  mitigate   forfeitures  of   personal 

property,  vessels,  vehicles,  or  aircraft 

Assistant  Commissioner,  Administration;  author- 
ity to  consider,  adjust,  determine,  etc.,  claims 
for  damages  under  $1,000  or  less  caused  by 
employees,  and  certain  claims  for  damages 

caused  by  vessels 

Assistant  Commissioner,  Operations: 
Authority  to  administer  and  enforce  laws  relat- 
ing to  dlstljled  spirits,  wines,  beer,  tobacco, 
and  firearms,  and  permits,  to  accept  or  re- 
ject offers  In  certain  compromise  cases, 
remit  or  mitigate  forfeitures  of  personal 
property,  vessels,  vehicles,  or  aircraft 


127 

Page 


5007 
587. 
9055 
9057 
9055 
5013 


654 


9292 

9681 

% 


1859 
3535 
8321 

7804 


8056 


3083 


1520 


3083 


128 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


N 


6521 

8980 
1520 

1520 
1111 


INTERNAL    REVENUE    SERVICE— Continued  P*K« 

Organization,    delegations    of    authority,    functions, 
etc.— Continued 
"  Delegations  of  authority,  functions,  etc.— Continued 
Assistant  Commissioner,  Operations — Continued 
Authority  to  perform,  administer,  and  direct 
operational  activities  of  Service  pertaining 
to    alcohol    and    tobacco    tax,    appellate, 
.  audit,  collection,  and  intelligence  activities, 
allocate    funds    and    personnel    for    such 
activities,  redelegate  functions,  and  amend 

or  revoke  prior  delegations  respecting 4415 

Assistant  Regional  Commissioner  (Appellate) 
and  designees;  authority  to  execute  consents 
fixing  period  of  limitation  upon  assessments 

under  Internal  Revenue  Code  of  1939 8980 

Commissioner,  authority  of,  respecting  admin- 
istration of  United  States  internal  revenue 
laws  in  Panama  Canal  Zone,  Puerto  Rico,  and 

Virgin   Islands 5852 

Redelegation     to     Director     of     International 

Operations 5852 

District  Directors  of  Internal  Revenue  and  or 
designees,  authority  respecting  various  mat- 
ters: 
All  District  Directors: 
Administer  oaths  or  affirmations  and  certify 

necessary  papers 

Execute  consents  fixing  period  of  limitation 
upon  assessments  or  collections  under 

Internal  Revenue  Code  of  1939 

Grant  extensions  of  time: 

To  file  estate  tax  returns : 

To  file  returns  and  pay  taxes  respecting 
telegraph,  telephone,  radio  and  cable 
facilities      and      transportation      of 

persons  and  property 

To  pay  excess  profits,  estate  and  gift  taxes, 

•  including  deficiencies 

Issue  determination  letters  upon  written  re- 
quests, with  respect  to  initial  qualifi- 
cation of  bonus,  pension,  and  annuity 
plans,  exemptions  of  trusts  and  certain 
organizations,  changes  in  such  plans  and 

trusts,  etc 823 

Make  credits  or  refunds  of  overpayments-.     8304 
Make  individual  income  tax  returns  available 
for  inspection  to  personnel  of  Depart- 
ment of  Health,  Education,  and  Welfare      654 
Require    keeping    of    records    showing    tax 
liability  under  Internal  Revenue  Code  of 

1954 - 1520 

Richmond,  Virginia,  District  Director  of  In- 
ternal Revenue : 
Act  as  Administrator  of  Federal  Facilities 

Corporation 8149 

Act  as  Chief  Executive  Officer  of  Recon- 
struction Finance  Corporation 8149 

Act  for  Assistant  Secretary  of  Treasury  with 

respect  to  Defense  Lending  Division 8149 

International  Operations  Division,  Director: 

Authority  to  administer  United  States  internal 

revenue    laws    in    Panama    Canal    Zone. 

Puerto  Rico,  and  Virgin  Islands,  and  other 

areas  outside  of  United  States,  Alaska,  and 

Hawaii - 5852 

Authority  to  perform  certain  functions  of  Dis- 
trict Directors  of  Internal  Revenue  under 
1954  Internal  Revenue  Code  and  functions 
of  District  Directors  of  Internal  Revenue 
performed  under  Commissioner  Delegation 

Orders  and  other  orders  in  force 

Operating  Facilities  Division,  Director;  authority, 
with  certain  limitations,  to  consider,  adjust, 
determine,  etc.,  claims  for  damages  under 
$1,000  or  less  caused  by  employees,  and  cer- 
tain claims  for  damages  caused  by  vessels — 
Regioifal  Appellate  Divisions,  Associate  Chiefs, 

Assistant  Chiefs,  and  Special  Assistants  to 

Chiefs  of;  redelegation  of  authority  to.  by 
Commissioner,  respecting  agreements 
treated  as  determinations 5972 


3083 


1520 


INTERNAL    REVENUE    SERVICE— ConHnued  P»8« 

Organization,  delegation  of  authority,  functions,  etc. — 
Continued 
Delegations  of  authority,  functions,  etc.— Continued 
Regional  and  Assistant  Regional  Commissioners 
(Alcohol  and  Tobacco  Tax) : 
Authority  to  accept  or  reject  offers  In  compro- 
mise of  tax  and  criminal  liabilities  in  con- 
nection with  illegal  production  and  sale  of 

liquors,  distilled  spirits,  etc 5851 

Authority  to  administer  oaths  or  affirmations 

and  to  certify  necessary  papers 6521 

Regional  Commissioners: 
Authority  to  administer  oaths  or  affirmations 

and  certify  necessary  papers 6521 

Authorize  officials  of  District  Directors  offices 
and  Regional  Appellate  Division  to  grant 
extensions  of  time  for  purpose  of  filing 

certain  statements  of  grounds 502 

Special    Assistant    to   Secretary    (Treasury)    In 
Charge  of  Tax  Policy:  authority  to  approve 
regulations  prescribed  by  Commissioner  of 
Internal  Revenue,  or  Acting  Commissioner..    1111 
Various  officials  and  employees  of  Central  and 
Field  Offices;  authority  to  administer  oaths  or 
affirmations  and  certify  necessary  papers..     6521 
Organization  of  offices,  divisions,  etc..  and  functions  10418 
Organizational  statements  issued   prior   to  re- 
organization : 
Administrative    Assistant    to    Commissioner, 

Office  of;  establishment 9299 

Assistant  Commissioner  of  Internal  Revenue 

(Administration),  Office  of;  abolishment.     9299 
Assistant  Commissioner  of  Internal  Revenue 

(Planning),  Office  of;  redeslgnation 8149 

Assistant  to  Commissioner,  Office  of 8149 

Regions  and  districts : 
Atlanta   Region   and   Jacksonville  District; 

deletion  of  Panama  Canal  Zone 5852 

New  York  City  Region  and  Lower  Manhattan 
District;   deletion  of  Puerto  Rico  and 

Virgin  Islands 5852 

Reorganization  and  functions —  10418 

Central  organization: 
National  Office;  description.  Office  of  Com- 
missioner,  Deputy  Commissioner,   Pro- 
gram, Ojierations,  Publications  Branches, 
Statistics,  Personnel,  Training  Divisions, 

Director  of  Practice,  etc 

Service  organization,  description . — . 

Field  organization: 
Appendixes  A-C;  lists  of  various  field  offices. 
See  Location  of  field  offices. 

District  Director.  Office  of. 

Location  of  field  offices: 
Alcohol  and  Tobacco  Tax  Branch  Offices 

(Appendix  B) 

Appellate  Branch  Offices  (Appendix  C).._ 
Internal  Revenue  District  Offices  (Appen- 
dix A) 

Internal  Revenue  Regional  Offices  (Appen- 
dix A) 

Regional  Commissioner,  Office  of 

Regional  Counsel.  Office  of 

Regional  Inspector,  Office  of 

Service  Centers 

Service  organization,  description 

Panama  Canal  Zone;  administration  of  internal  rev- 
enue laws  In.    See  Organization. 
Perfumes  containing  distilled  spirits;  excise  tax.    See 
Excise  tax  regulations:  liquors,  distilled  spirits, 
etc. 
Permits :  _, 

Basic  permit  requirements  under  Federal  Alcohol 
Administration  Act,  substitution  of  references 
to  Internal  Revenue  Code  of  1954  for  references 

to  1939  Code  and  regulations  thereimder 1859 

Permit  proceedings,  rules  of  practice  in;  revision..    1440 
Personal  property  subject  to  seizure  and  forfeiture, 
procedures  relating  to.    See  Excise  tax  regula- 
tions. « 
Petroleum  products:  excise  tax  on  gasoline.    See  Ex- 
cise tax  regulations. 


10419 
10418 


10430 


10419 
10419 

10418 

10418 
10427 
10429 
10429 
10430 
10418 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


129 


INTERNAL    REVENUE   SERVICE— Cenfinued  '^ 

Philippine  Islands;  exemptions  for  dependents  of  for- 
mer members  of  Armed  Forces  and  residing  in 

Philippines 9967 

Playing  cards;  excise  tax.    Excise  tax  regulations. 
Practice,  procedure,  and  administration: 

Administrative  provisions  common  to  various  taxes. 

See  Procedure  and  administration. 
Practice;  procedural  rules,  statement  of: 

General  procedural  rules;  editorial  amendments.     5822 
Provisions  relating  to  distilled  spirits,  wine,  beer, 

tobacco,  and  certain  firearms 5822 

Rulings  and  other  specific  matters;  offers  in  com- 
promise       5822 

Procedure  and  administration: 
See  also  Administrative  provisions,  above. 
Abatements,  credits,  and  refunds;  claims  for  pay- 
ment of  Judgment  obtained  against  district 
director,  in  United  States  district  court 
against  United  States,  and  in  Court  of  Claims 
against  United  States,  rescission  of  provision 

respecting  general  procedure  for 9946 

Assessment  and  collection  of  tax: 
CoUection  of  tax: 
Limitations.    See  Limitations  on  assessment 

and  collection  of  tax. 
Mode  or  time  of  collection  of  tax;  statutory 
provisions: 
Note  respecting  amendment  by  Highway 

Revenue  Act,  1956 ._  7544.  9651,  9746 

Reference  added 7544,  9651 

Payment  of  taxes  by  foreign  currency; 
definitions,  return  requirements,  manner 
of  paying  tax,  declarations  of  estimated 
tax,  refunds,  credits,  interest,  additions 

to  tax,  etc 3315,  5413 

Limitations,  on  assessment  and  collection  of 
any  tax  imposed  by  Internal  Revenue  Code 
of  1954;  credit  or  refund,  mitigation  of  ef- 

^    feet  of  period  of  limitations,  etc 2919 

Applicability  of  revenue  laws 2929 

Credit  or  refimd: 

For  overpayments 2923 

Limitations  on 2923 

Judicial  proceedings,  periods  of  limitation 

in —    2929 

Mitigation  of  effect  of  period  of  limitations  ■ 
in  case  of  related  taxes  under  different 

chapters,  social  security  tax.  etc 2928 

Suspension  of  nmning  of  period  of  limita- 
tion  2922 

^   Cross  references,  statutory  provisions 2923 

Redeslgnation,  note 7917 

Powers  of  appointment,  certain . 7917 

Bankruptcy  and  receivership;  claims  for  Income, 
estate,  and  gift  taxes,  assessment,  collection 
of  assessed  taxes,  impaid  claims,  etc.,  pro- 
posed rule  making 9659 

Effective  date 9661 

Compromise  submitted  and  accepted  In  cases  re- 
lating  to  refilling   of  liquor  bottles,   public 

inspection  of  documents  relating  to 9681 

Documentary  stamps,  unused;  use  or  resale  of 

(Temporary  rule) 8082 

Estate  taxes.    See  Instate  tax  regulations  above. 
Highway  motor  vehicles  excise  use  tax;  admini- 
strative provisions.    See  Excise  tax  regula- 
tions. 
Jeopardy;   termination  of  taxable  year,  assess- 
ments of  income,  estate,  gift,  and  other  taxes, 

collection,  etc.,  proposed  rule  making 9656 

-  Effective  date.. 9661 

Limitations  on  assessment  and  collection  of  tax. 

See  Assessment  and  collection  of  tax. 
Overpayments,  credit  or  refund  for;  limitations..    2923 

Payment  of  taxes  by  foreign  currency 3315,  5413 

Receiverships.    See  Bankruptcy  and  receiverships. 
Refunds,  credits,  and  abatements;   claims  for. 
See  Abatements. 
Puerto  Rico: 
Administration  of  Internal  revenue  laws  In.    See 

Organization. 
Liquors  and  articles  Imported  from;   excise  tax. 
See  Excise  tax  regulations. 
80000—57 17 


INTERNAL    REVENUE    SERVICE— Continued  P*e;« 

Puerto  Rico — Continued 
Self -employment  Income  of  residents  and  nonresi- 
dents of,  computation  of  tax  on 944, 6063 

Taxability  of  Income  from  sources  within,  and  of 
income  of  alien  residents.  See  Income  tax 
regulations. 

Withholding  tax  on  alien  resident  of 584, 5007 

Return  and  payment  of  tax  withheld  after  1956..    6131 
Railroad   Retirement   Tax    Act,    employment    taxes 

under.    See  Employment  tax  regulations. 
Reconstruction  Ftoance   Corporation;    authority  of 
District  Director  respecting.     See  Organization. 
Records.  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.    See 

main  heading  Records.  "* 

Retailers  excise  taxes.    See  Excise  tax  regulations. 
Self-employment  income,  tax  on.    See  Income  tax 

regulations. 
Services  and  facilities  taxes.    See  Excise  tax  regula- 
tions. 
Snuff,  excise  tax  on.    See  Excise  tax  regulations. 
Strategic  minerals,  mining  of,  tax  on  income  from. 

See  Income  tax  regulations. 
Tax  conventions,  regulations  under: 

Belgium ;  general  regulations  under  income  tax  con- 
vention between  United  States  and  Belgiiun, 
effective  for   taxable  years  beginning  on  or 

after  January  1,  1953 235 

Finland ;  general  regulations  under  income  tax  con- 
vention between  United  States  and  Finland, 
effective  for  taxable  years  begmnlng  on  or-^fter 

January   1,   1952 . 3601,6996 

Italy;  regulations  pursuant  to  income  tax  conven- 
tion between  United  States  and  Italy,  respect- 
ing withholding  taxes  on  Income  of  Italian 
residents    and    corporations    from    dividends, 

pensions,  patents,  interest,  etc . 9292 

Temporary  rules,  relating  to  income  tax  and  admini- 
strative matters  under  Internal  Revenue  Code  of 
1954: 
Annuities,  proceeds  of  endowment  and  life  Insur- 
ance contracts,  tables;  supersedure 8853 

Distributions  by  trusts  in  first  65  days  of  taxable 

year,  special  rules  applicable  to;  supersedure..  10207 

Documentary  stamps,  imused;  use  or  resale  of 8082 

Trademark  and  trade  name  expenditures;  election 
to  treat  such  expendltxires  as  deferred  expenses, 

manner  of  making  election 8319 

Tires,  tread  rubber,  etc.;  excise  tax.    See  Excise  tax 

regulations. 
Tobacco  and  tobacco  products;  excise  tax.    See  Excise  . 

tax  regulations. 
Transportation  of  persons;  excise  tax.    See  Excise  tax 

regulations. 
Treaties,  taxation  pursuant  to.    See  Tax  conventions. 
Trucks,  highway  tractors,  trailers,  etc.;  excise  tax. 

See  Excise  tax  regulations. 
Unemployment  Federal  Tax  Act;  employment  taxes 

under.    See  Employment  tax  regulations. 
Vinegar,  excise  tax.     See  Excise  tax  regulations. 
Virgin  Islands: 
Administration  of  internal  revenue  laws  in.    See 

Organization. 
Exemption  of  Inhabitants  of,  from  withholding  tax.     5009 
Liquors  and   articles  imported  from;   excise  tax. 
See  Excise  tax  regulations. 

Credit  for  tax  withheld.    See  Income  tax  regula- 
tions. 
Employment  taxes.    See  Employment  tax  regula- 
tions. 
Wines: 

Excise  tax.     See  Excise  tax  regulations. 
Labeling:   and   advertising.    See  Liquors,   distilled 
spirits,  etc.  « 

Withholding  tax.    See  Income  tax  regulations. 

INTERNATIONAL  COOPERATION  ADMINISTRATION: 

Agricultural  Trade  Development  and  Assistance  Act 
of  1954,  administration  of;  designation  of  Admin- 
istration as  agency  to  which  funds  required  for 
ocean  freight  costs  under  Title  n  of  act  may  be 
transferred  by  Commodity  Credit  Corporation 
(Executive  Order  10685) 8261 


130 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


INTERNATIONAL      COOPERATION      ADMINISTRA-     P^S* 
TION — Continued 

Assistance  programs  of  Intergovernmental  Committee 
for  European  Migration.  United  Nations  Refugee 
Fund,  and  United  Nations  Children's  F\ind;  ter- 
mination of  assistance  to  Secretary  of  State  in 
formulating  and  presenting  policy  with  respect  to 

(Executive  Order  10663) 1 1845 

Assistance  to  cooperating  countries;  procedures,  im- 
porters and  suppliers: 
Information  for  Office  of  Small  Business,  ICA.  to 

be  furnished  by  importers 6332 

Marking  requirements.  ICA  emblem  obtainable  in 

Office  of  Small  Business .t 1417 

Ocean  transportation,  waiver  of  limitation  with  re- 
spect to  commodity  PIOs  issvfed  during  period 

October  15.  1954  to  July  10,  1956 —     5438 

Escapee  program:  transfer  of  certain  personnel,  prop- 
erty, records,  etc.  in  connection  with,  to  State 

Department  (Executive  Order  10663) 1845 

Small  Business  Office;  procedures  for  Importers  and 
suppliers.     See  Assistance  to  cooperating  coun- 
tries. 
Voluntary  foreign  aid  agencies: 

Ocean  shipments  of  supplies 8655 

Register  of 5124 

INTERNATIONAL  FINANCE  CORPORATION;  desig- 
nation as  public  international  organization  entitled 
to  enjoy  certain  privileges,  exemptions  and  im- 
munities under  International  Organizations  Immu- 
nities Act  (Executive  Order  10680) 7647 

INTERNATIONAL  JOINT  COMMISSION: 
Levels  of  Rainy  Lake  and  Namakan  Chain  of  Lakes, 

hearing  respecting 5632 

INTERNATIONAL  ORGANIZATIONS: 
Air  Coordinating  Committee  to  consult  with  interna- 
tional organizations  concerned  with  civil  aviation 

(Executive  Order  10655) 665 

Designation  of  public  international  organizations  en- 
titled to  enjoy  certain  privileges,  exemptions  and 
immunities   under   International   Organizations 
Immunities  Act: 
International     Finance     Corporation     (Executive 

Order  10680) 7647 

World     Meteorological     Organization     (Executive 

Order  10676) __ 6625 

Income  tax  regulations  affecting.  See  Internal  Rev- 
enue Service. 
United  Nations  Refugee  Fund,  United  Nations  Chil- 
dren's Fund,  Intergovernmental  Committee  for 
European  Migration;  policy-making  functions  of 
International  Cooperation  AdministriLtion  re- 
specting, termination  (Executive  Order  10663 »_-     1845 

INTERNATIONAL  ORGANIZATIONS  EMPLOYEES 
LOYALTY  BOARD: 

Hearings,  conduct  of:  travel  and  subsistence  allow- 
ances of  applicants  and  employees 5249 

INTERNATIONAL   PACIFIC  HALIBUT  COMMISSION: 

Pacific  halibut  fisheries;  regulations  revised,  respect- 
ing permits,  licenses,  regulated  area,  seasons, 
nets,  gear,  etc 2720 

Records,  non-Federal;  retention  requirements.  See 
main  heading  Records. 

INTERNATIONAL  SUGAR  AGREEMENT.  See  Agri- 
culture Department. 

INTERNATIONAL  TRADE  FAIRS,  Importation  of 
articles  in  connection  with.    See  Customs  Bureau. 

INTERNATIONAL  TRADE  FAIRS  OFFICE,  See  Com- 
merce Department. 

INTERNATIONAL  WHALIMG  COMMISSION: 

Records,  non-Federal;  retention  records.     See  main 

heading  Records. 
Whaling  regulations;  factory  ship  operations,  taking 
of  whales,  closed  areas  and  seasons,  catch  Quotas, 
etc_ 4668 

INTERSTATE  COMMERCE  COMMISSION: 

Accidents,  railroad.    See  Railroads. 


INTERSTATE  COMMERCE  COMMISSION— Continued     p^« 
Accounts,  uniform  system  of : 
Motor  carriers  of  property : 

Class  I  common  and  contract  carriers: 
Classification  of  carriers  for  accounting  and 
reporting  purposes;  instructions: 
'  Allocation  of  expenses  between  line  haul  and 

pickup  and  delivery 5378,  5808,  7686 

Classification  of  carriers.. 5378.5808.7686 

Employees'  welfare  expenses 5750.7537 

Operation    and    maintenance    expenses,    em- 
ployees' welfare  expenses 7537 

Class  II  common  and  contract  motor  carriers  of 

property,  chart  of  accounts 7630.9426 

Persons    furnishing    cars    or    protective    services 
against  heat  or  cold,  proposed  rule  making: 
Operating  expenses,  diversions   and   reconsign- 

ments 3124 

Operating  revenues,  car  service: 

Cleaning  cars ,_    3124 

Other  car  service  revenue,   account   number 

ehanged r 3124 

Railroad  companies: 

Amortization  accounting  for  emergency  carrier 

facilities;  proposed  rule  making,  hearing 2847 

Balance  sheet,  change  in  form  and  account  num- 
bers  4973,  6758 

Agreements,  motor  carriers.    See  Motor  carriers. 
Appointments  without  compensation  and  statements 
of  business  interests  under  Defense  Production 

Act  of  1950 —  3474,  3475,  6944.  9198,'9231 

Car  service: 
Free  time: 

On  freight  cars  loaded  at  ports 2525,9907 

On    unloading    box    and    refrigerator    cars    at 

/  j)orts 2525.9907 

On  unloading  export  freight  from  cars  at  Great 

Lakes  ports 4317.9907 

Freight  car  equipment,  handling  of.  at  Brooklyn, 

N.  Y.,  terminals:  investigation 2351 

Railroad  operating  regulations.: 

For  freight  car  movement 2524,5077,5958,9907 

Loaded  freight  cars 1798,2568.2659,4293.9907 

Refrigerator  cars: 

Appointment  of  agent 4814 

Substitution  for  box  cars 6385,  8540 

Commercial  zones,  motor  carrier.    See  Motor  carriers. 
Disaster  areas,  transportation  of  hay  and  livestock  in, 
at  reduced  rates:    ' 
Arizona,  Colorado,  Kansas,  Nevada,  New  Mexico. 

and  Utah 7926 

Oklahoma 7558.  7973 

Texas __ 2225,  7503 

Explosives  and  other  dangerous  articles  (corrosive 
liquids,  gases,  flammable  liquids  and  solids, 
poisons,  etc.)  packing  and  transportation  of: 

Appendix,  reasons  for  various  amendments 2111, 

2153, 3028.  6355 
Commodity  list  of  explosives  and  other  dangerous 
articles,  containing  shipping  name  or  descrip- 
tion; changes  and  additions 

2145,   3008,   3025.   4431.   6339.   7596.   8111.   9355 
Extension  of  time  for  submission  of  data  on  certain 

proposed  rules « 2593 

Motor  carriers,  common  or  contract,  regulations  ap- 
plying to: 

General  information  and  regulations 2151. 

3013, 3027, 4433. 7604.  8117.  9360 
Loading  and  storage  chart  of  explosives  and  other 

dangerous  articles..  674,  2151,  3013,  8118.  9361,  9995 

Loading  and  unloading 674,  3027.  4434,  7604 

Rail  carriers  in  baggage  service 6347.7604 

Rail  express  carriers: 

Protection  of  packages 2151.3013 

Receipts 6347,  7604 

Transportation  of  explosives  by  Railway  Express 
Agency.  Inc..  in  passenger  or  express  train 

service 3027.4433 

Waybills 6347,   7604 

Rail  freight  carriers: 

Handling  by  carriers  by  rail  freight 3027. 

4433,  6347.  7604.  811?.  9360 
Loading,    unloading,    placarding    and    handling 

cars;  loading  packages  into  cars 3027, 

4433,  6346,  7603.  8115.  9358 


-J* 670. 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


131 


INTERSTATE  COMMERCE  COMMISSION— Continued     p<^« 
Explosives  and  other  dangerous  articles   (corrosive 
liquids,  gases,  Qammable  liquids  and  solids,  poi- 
sons, etc.)   packing  and  transportation  of— Con. 
Rail  freight  carriers — Continued 
Loading  and  storage  chart  of  explosives,  and 

other  dangerous  articles 674, 

2150. 3013. 6346. 7603,  8115,  9358 

Placards  on  cars 6346, 7603 

Unloading  from  cars 2150,3013 

Shippers,  regulations  applying  to;  preparation  of 
explosives    and   other   dangeroiis   articles    for 
transportation     (packing,     labeling,     loading, 
staying,  etc.) : 
Acids  and  other  corrosive  liquids,  certain;  defini- 
tion and  preparation 365,  671,  2047.  2147,  3010, 

3026.  4432.  4564,  6343,   7600,  7723,   8113,  9995 
Compressed  gases,  certain;  definition  and  prep- 
aration  366,  673.  3048,  2148, 

3011.  3026,  4432,  4565,  6344,  7601.  8114,  9357 

Containers  for  motor  vehicle  transportation 9364 

Explosives,  certain;  definition  and  preparation 670, 

2145,  3008,  6341,  7598, 8112,  9355 
Flammable  liquids,  certain;  definition  and  prep- 
aration  363,  670,  2047.  2146,  3009 

3025.  4431.  4564.  6342.  7599.   7723.  8112.  9355 
Flammable  solids  and  oxidizing  materials,  cer- 
tain; definition  and  preparation 323.  364,  671, 

2147,  3010,  3025.   4432.  6343.  7600,  8112,   9356 

Import  shipments 8112.9355 

Marking  and  labeling  explosives  and  other  dan- 
gerous articles     673,  2150,  3013.  8115,  9358 

Poisonous  articles,  certain;  definition  and  prep- 
aration  367,  673,  2048,  2149, 

3012.  3026.  4433,  4565,  6346,   7603,  8114.  9357 
Preparation  of  articles  for  transportation  by  car- 
riers by  rail  freight,  rail  express,  highway,  or 
water 670.  2045,  2145, 

3008.  3025.  4431,  4562.  6340.  7597,  8112,  9355 

Shipping  instructions 674, 

2150, 3008, 6346. 7603.  8115.  9358 
Shipping  container  specifications: 

Carboys,  jugs  in  tubs,  and  rubber  drums 674 

Containers  for  motor  vehicle  transportation 2153, 

3016. 6354, 7610, 8121 

CyUnders 675,  2151.  3014.  6347.  7604.  7723 

Fiberboard  boxes,  drvmu.  and  mailing  tubes 676. 

2152. 3015, 6353. 7610. 8121,  9364 

Inside  containers  and  linings 675. 2151, 3014 

Metal  barrels,  drums,  kegs,  cases,  trunks,  and 

boxes 675.  6353,  7610.  8120,  9363 

Tank  cars 676, 

2049.  2111.  2153.  3015.  4566,  6353.  8121,  9364 
Appendixes  A,  B,  C,  and  D;  canceUation_._  2112, 4628 

Tanks,  portable 676,  8121,  9364 

Wooden  barrels,  kegs,  boxes,  kits,  and  drums 2152, 

3015. 3028, 4434, 8120, 9363 
Express    companies,    schedules    and    classifications; 

office  hours  for  filing,  proposed  rule  making 1075 

Pares: 
Motor  carrier.    Sec  Motor  carriers. 
Railroad.    See  Railroads. 
Forms,  motor  carrier.    See  Motor  carriers. 
Freight  car  eqiiipment,  handling  of.  at  Brooklyn,  N.  Y., 

terminals;   investigation 2351 

Freight   commodity    statistics,    motor   carrier.    See 

Motor  carriers. 
Freight  forwarders,  surety  bonds  and  policies  of  in- 
surance; proposed  rule  making: 

Forms  and  procedure . 6303 

Insiu-ance    and    surety   companies,    financial   re- 
sources   6304 

Freight  schedules.    See  Tariffs  and  schedules. 
Household  poods  transported  by  motor  carriers.    See 

Motor  carriers. 
Information  relating  to  oil  pipe  lines,  limitation  of 

disclosiu'e  of;  proposed  rule  making 9963 

Insurance.     See  Freight  forwarders;  and  Motor  car- 
riers. 
Lease  and  interchange  of  motor  vehicles.    See  Motor 
carriers. 


5757,  5949,  6099, 
7354,  7586,  7589, 
8340, 


8165, 


8349, 
9090, 


94. 

1477. 
2907. 
4701. 


90. 


6315. 
7750. 
8606. 
9306. 


INTERSTATE  COMMERCE  COMMISSION— t^inued     Pae« 
Livestock  and  hay.  transportation  by  railroad  to  and 
from  listed  disaster  areas  at'  reduced  rates : 
Arizona,  Colorado,  Kansjis,  Nevada,  New  Mexico. 

and  Utah. A 7926 

Oklahoma __  7556,  7973 

Texas 2225.  7503 

Long-    and    short-haul    charges.      See    Tariffs    and 

schedules.  .  ,— 

Migrant  workers,  transportation  of,  by  motor  carriers; 

safety  regulations,  proposed  rule  making 10517 

Motor  carriers: 
Accounts,  uniform  system  of.    See  Accounts,  above. 
Agreement,  application  for  approval  of: 

National  Classification  Committee,  classification 

ratings,  rules,  and  regulations 3043 

Rocky  Mountain  Carriers,  transportation  of  prop- 
erty between  certain  points  in  Arizona.  Cali- 
fornia, Colorado,  Nevada,  Oregon.  Idaho. 
Montana.  South  Dakota,  Nebraska.  Utah  and 

Wyoming , 2677 

Applications  for  operating  authority  (control,  lease, 
and  unification  of  operating  rights  and  prop- 
erties; certificates,  permits  and  liceiises;  tem- 
porary OE>erating  authority) : 
Passenger  carriers,  list  of  applicants. 

232,  349,  567,  708,  884,  1061.  1219,  1339, 
1626,  1759,  1925,  2165,  2357,  2552,  2675, 
3097,  3244.  3446,  3713,  3891,  4066,  4336, 
4989.  5154.  5395,  5605,  5767,  5956,  6105,  6321, 
6531,  6740,  6906,  7044.  7361.  7588,  7590.  7972. 
8164.  8348,  8350,  8615,  8909,  9088,  9090.  9316. 
9317,  9924,  9926,  10196,  10198.  10351. 

Property  carriers,  list  of  applicants 

228,  344,  562,  704,  879,  1056.  1213.  1333,  1470. 
1620.   1753.   1920.  2159,  2352,  2545,  2668,  2901, 
3091.  3239,  3441,  3705,  3885.  4059.  4331.  4695. 
4984.  5147,  5386.  5598. 
6525.  6734.  6902.  7035. 
7754,  7965.  7972,  8156, 
8615.  8616,  8898,  8909,  9080,  9089, 
9317,  9617,  9623,  9624,  9917,  9924,  9925.  10192. 
10197. 10199,  10347, 10351, 10352. 
Special  rules  governing  notice  of  filing  of  applica- 
tions by  passenger  and  property  carriers 5749 

Commercial  zones: 

Charleston,  W.  Va 5866 

Memphis,  Tenn.,  revision  of  boundary,  proposed 

rule  making 7654 

New  Orleans,  La 2819 

Contracts  between  Texas  and  Pacific  Motor  T^ns- 
port  Company  and  freight  forwarders,  investi- 
gation  -  10264 

Explosives,   packing   and  transportation  of.     See 

Explosives. 
Fares,  rates,  and  charges  of  conunon  carriers  by 
railroad,  by  water,  and  jointly  by  rail-motor, 
motor-water,  and  rail-motor- water;  construc- 
tion, filing  and  posting  of  tariffs,  proposed  rule 

making 4085 

Forms,  list  of: 

BMC  12,  revocation 2720 

BMC  16,  revocation 2720 

BMC  18,  revocation 2720 

BMC  19.  revocation 2720 

Freight  comjnodity  statistics,  exempt  cscrriers ;  addi- 
tions, household  goods  and  carriers  of  certain 

specific  commodities 3839 

Freight  rate  tariffs  and  schedules.    See  Tariffs  and 

schedules. 
Household  goods:  , 

See  also  Lease  and  interchange  of  vehicles. 

In  interstate  or  foreign  commerce;  proposed  rule 

making 841 

Insurance.  See  Surety  bonds  and  policies  of  insur- 
ance. 

Lease  and  Interchange  of  vehicles 9653 

ApplicaWUty i 9653 

Augmenting  equipment 695. 1722, 4628,  9654 

Definitions 1722,  9653 

Direct- Winters  Transport,  Ltd.;  denial  of  petition 
for  exemption  from  rules  or  modification  of 

.     rules 1529 

Exemptions 1721, 1722,  9654 


132 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


INTERSTATE  COMMERCE  COMMISSION— Continued     *'»8« 

•Motor  carriers — Continued 

Lease  and  interchange  of  vehicles — Continued 

Household  goods 696.1722.4628.9655 

Interchange  of  equipment 695.  1722.  4628.  9655 

Rental   of   equipment   to  private'  carriers   and 

shippers ■ 1722,  9656 

Organization.    See  Organization,  helow. 

Pas^&es.  forms  and  recording  of 3111 

Rsitcs  \ 
See  also  Tariffs  and  schedules. 
Cigars,  cigarettes,  and  tobacco,  from  Louisville. 

Ky..  to  St.  Louis.  Mo.;  investigation 8782 

Distance  and  class  rates.  Middle  Atlantic  and  New 

England;  investigation 1425 

Freight  rate  tariffs  and  schedules.    See  Tariffs 

and  schedules,  below. 
Fruit  and  vegetable  juices  between  Los  Angeles 
and  cities  in  Oregon  and  Washington;  in- 
vestigation  6878.7838.8739 

Garment  hangers,  wire,  from  Baltimore.  Md.,  to 

points  in  North  Carolina :  investigation 8477 

Joint  class  rates;  Middlewest  Motor  Freight  Bu- 
reau, investigation , 5125 

Joint  and  local  class  rates,  less  than  truckload. 
between  Central  and  Middlewest  territory; 

investigation 1713 

Pick-up  and  delivery  rjestrictions,  investigation  of 
rates  and  charges: 

California 1554 

Transcontinental 1672 

Quantity  shipments,  Middle  Atlantic  territory; 

investigation 4236 

Reduced  class  and  commodity  rates.  Middle  At- 
lantic territory;  investigation  and  hear- 
ing  5399.  6741 

Southern  motor  rate  increases,  1956;  investiga- 
tion  8225.  9000 

Records,  destruction  of;  class  II  property  carriers.   10178 
Reports,  annual  report  form  A.  class  I  common  and 

contract  carriers,  property  and  passengers 544 

Safety  regulations: 

Breakaway  and  emergency  braking 3797.  4232 

Reservoirs  required 3798,  4872 

Safeguards  against  parts  failure,  extensions  of 

date  for  filing  statements 39.  843 

Warning  devices 3798 

Buses,  aisle  seats  prohibited,  exception  for  char- 
ter transportation  of  agricultural  workers. .-     2687 
'    ■        Migrant    workers,    transportation    of;    proposed 

^  rule  making 10517 

'  Surety  bonds  and  policies  of  insurance;  proposed 
rule  making: 

Forms  and  procedure . 6303 

Insurance    and    surety    companies,    authorized; 

financial  resources 6304 

Tariffs  and  schedules:  v 

See  also  Rates.  '    ^ 

Freight  rate  tariffs,  schedules,  and  classifications; 
*  ofiBce  hours  for  filing,  proposed  rule  making.     1075 

Passenger  and  express  tariffs  and  schedules,  of- 
fice hours  for  filing ;  proposed  rule  making —     1075 

Transfer  of  operating  rights 5968 

Uniform  system  of  accounts.     See  Accounts,  above. 

National  Defense  Executive  Reserve,  establishment  of 

unit  of.  within  ICC;  Transport  Mobilization  Staff. 

definitions,  policy,  security,  conflict  of  interest. 

etc - 7684 

Office  hours: 
For  filing  freight  and  passenger  tariffs  and  sched- 
ules; proposed  rule  making 1075 

■  In  Washington.  D.  C 4303 

Oil  pipe  lines.    See  Pipe  line. 

Organization  of  Divisions  and  Boards  and  assignment 

of  work,  business  and  functions 6310 

Boards,  assignments  to 6313 

Motor  Carrier  Board;  assignment  of  work,  bus- 
iness and  functions,  and  designation  as  ap- 
pellate division 9000 

Bureaus  and  offices  of  Commission 6314 

Bureau  of  Formal  Cases,  responsibility  for  proc- 
essing motor  carrier  rate  cases 2260 


INTERSTATE  COMMERCE  COMMISSION— Continued     P"** 
Organization  of  Divisions  and  Boards  and  assignment 
of  work,  business  and  functions— Continued 
Bureaus  and  offices  of  Commission — Continued 
Bureau  of  Motor  Carriers,  Section  of  Complaints: 

Board  of  Review  authorized = 2260 

Transfer  of  motor  carrier  rate  cases  to  Bureau 

of  Formal  Cases 2260 

Chairman  of  Commission,  duties  and  responsibili- 
ties  6310,  7927 

Commissioners,  individual,  assignment  of  duties  to.    6313 

Committees  of  Commission 6313 

Divisions  of  Commission 6310 

Assignment  of  duties  to 6311 

Hours  when  open  for  business: 
For  filing  freight  and  passenger  tariffs  and  sched- 
ules: propo.sed  rule  making 1075 

In  Washington,  D.  C 4303 

Rehearings  and  further  proceedings 1522,6314 

Passenger  service  schedules.    See  Tariffs  and  sched- 
ules, below. 
Passenger   train  deficit,  investigation  and  hearing, 

etc - -  1876.  5811 

Passes,  motor  carriers.    See  Motor  carriers. 
Persons  furnishing  cars  or  protective  services  against 
heat  or  cold,  uniform  system  of  accounts.    See 
Accounts. 
Pipe  lines: 
Freight  schedules;  office  hours  for  filing,  proposed 

rule  making 1075 

Information  relating  to;   limitation  of  disclosure. 

proposed  rule  making 9963 

Practice,  general  rules  of 79.7327 

Appendix  A.  code  of  ethics  for  practitioners 7340 

Appendix  B.  approved  forms 7342 

Hearings ;  notice,  prehearing  conferences,  evidence, 

etc 7333,  7334,  9907^ 

Pleading  specifications  generally 7329 

Service;  pleadings  and  papers  to  show 2624 

Typographical  specifications 2624.5824 

Practitioners;  register,  qualifications,  applications 

for  admission,  etc . 7328 

Code  of  ethics 7340 

Rehearing,  reargument.  or  reconsideration,  peti- 
tions for - 2624.7338 

Successive  petitions 5824 

Special  rules  of  practice J —  7338.  9907 

Subpenas 7333 

Railroads : 
Accidents,  reports  and  classification.  _  39.698,9384,9408 
Accounts,  uniform  system  of.     See  Accounts,  above. 
Car  service.     See  Car  service,  above. 
Central  of  Georgia  Railway  Co.  et  al.,  control  by 
St.  Louls-San  Francisco  Railway  Co.;  investi- 
gation     2582 

Explosives,    packing   and    transportation   of.    See 

Explosives. 
Pares: 
Common  carriers  by  railroad  and  jointly  by  rail-  ' 
motor  and  rail-motor-water,  passenger  fares, 

rates  and  charges;  proposed  rule  making 4085 

Increased  fares : 
Boston  and  Maine  Railroad.  Increased  fares. 

1956:  hearing 9394 

Eastern  and  Western  railroads.  Increased  fares. 

1956;  investigation 2224.9442.10002 

Tariff-publishing  rules,  authorization  to  de- 
part from—. 1952.9443 

Illinois  Central  Railroad  Co..  suburban  fare 

Increase;  Investigation  and  hearing 3401 

New  Haven  Railroad,  increased  commutation    ^ 

fares.    1956;    investigation 2714 

Official  territory,  1956;  investigation,  hearing, 

special  rules  of  practice 6247 

Tariff-publishing  rules  respecting  Increased 
fares  and  charges,  authorization  to  depart 
from: 

Eastern  and  Western  railroads 1952.9443 

Southern.  Eastern  and  Western  territories..    2424 
Passenger  service  schedules,  construction,  filing 

and  posting  of  tariffs;  proposed  rule  making.    4085 
Freight  car  equipment,  handling  of,  at  Brooklyn^ 

N.  Y.,  terminals;  investigation 2351 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


133 


INTERSTATE  COMMERCE  COMMISSION— Continued     ^^^  I 
Railroads — Continued  | 

Freight  schedules,  intermediate  rules  to  be  used 
only  where  routing  is  provided;  effective  date 

postponed 2819 

Locomotive  inspection  and  testing,  locomotives 
other  than  steam;  amendment  of  proposed 
rules  to  permit  filing  of  replies  to  certain  re- 
buttal statements 1518 

Long-  and  short-haul  charges.    See  Tariffs  and 

schedules,  below. 
Passenger  train  deficit,  investigation  and  hearing. 

etc 1876,  5811 

Rates: 
Increased  freight  rates,  1956.  Eastern  and  West- 
em  territories: 

Hearings 7660. 

8340.  8782.  8783.  8898,  9091,  9092.  9442.  10288 

Petitions  for  special  procedures,  denial  of 351 

Postponement  of  proceedings 9338 

Rules  of  practice 210. 351 

Tariff-publishing    rules,    authority    to   depart 

from 47 

Indiana  Intrastate   bituminous  coal   rates   and 

charges.  Investigation  and  hearing 5304 

Joint  line  rates  between  central  and  middlewest 

territory,   investigation 1713 

Kansas  intrsistate  freight  rates  and  charges.  In- 
vestigation and  hearing 10439 

Livestock  and  hay.  transportation  to  and  from 
listed  disaster  areas  at  reduced  rates : 
Arizona.     Colorado.     Kansas.     Nevada.     New 

Mexico,  and  Utah 7926 

Oklahoma 7556.  7973 

Texas 2225.  7503 

Missouri  Intrastate  freight  rates  and  charges,  in-  . 

vestlgatlon  and  hearing 5304 

Railway  mall  service  pay.  applications  for  rate 

increase;   hearing 6799 

Sugar  in  Texas,  intrastate  rates;  investigation. .    3474 
Reports: 

Accidents,  monthly  reports  of 39,  698.  9384,  9408 

Annual  report  form  A  for  class  I  and  n  steam 
railways  and  switching  and  terminal  com- 
panies        271 

Class  I  steam  railways;  consolidated  statistical 
statements  supplemental  to  annual  report 

form  A.  deletion 3877 

Routing  and  rerouting  of  traffic.    iSee  Routing  of 

traffic. 
Tariffs  and  schedules: 

Freight    and    passenger    tariffs    and    schedules; 

office  hours  for  filing,  proposed  rule  making.  .     1075 
Long-  and  short-haul  charges.    See  Tariffs  and 
schedules,  below. 
Uniform  system  of  accounts.    See  Accovmts.  above. 
Railway  Express  Agency,  increased  charges.  Eastern 

territory;   investigation 6877 

Railway  mall  service  pay,  applications  for  rate  In- 
crease; hearing 6799 

Rates  and  charges: 

See  also  Tariffs  and  schedules. 

Fares,  railroad.     See  Railroads. 

Freight  rates,  railroad.    See  Railroads. 

Import  and  export  rates  from  and  to  North  Atlantic 

ports'  hearing  and  SF>ecial  rules 8203 

Livestock  and  hay,  transportation  by  railroad  to 

and  from  listed  disaster  areas  at  reduced  rates : 

Arizona.  Colorado.  Kansas,  Nevada,  New  Mexico, 

and   Utah — 7926 

Oklahoma 7556,  7973 

Texas 2225,  7503 

Motor  carriers.    See  Motor  carriers. 

Railroads.    See  Railroads. 

Railway  Express  Agency,  increased  charges,  Eastern 

territory;  investigation 6877 

Records: 
Motor  carrier.    See  Motor  carriers. 
Non-Federal;   retention  requirements.    See  main 
heading  Records. 
Reports: 
Motor  carriers.    See  Motor  carriers. 
Railroads.    See  Railroads. 
Routing  of  traffic,  rerouting: 
Appointment  of  agent 3650 


INTERSTATE  COMMERCE  COMMISSION— Continued     p^« 

Routing  of  traffic,  rerouting — Continued 
Authority  to  carriers  to  reroute  or  divert  certain 
traffic :               ^ 
Chicago.  St.  Paul,  Minneapolis  &  Omaha  Rail- 
way Co 1 4967 

Detroit  and  Toledo  Shore  Line  Railroad  Co 2900 

Order   vacated 2901 

Duluth.  Wirmepeg  and  Pacific  Railway  Co 5076 

Fort  Dodge.  Des  Moines  and  Southern  Railway 

Co 1281 

Order  vacated 1281 

Genesee  and  Wyoming  Railroad  Co 1627 

Lackawanna  &  Wyoming  Valley  Railroad  Co 4941 

Missouri-Kansas-Texas  Railroad  Co 3950, 

4424. 6532, 10287 
Nashville,  Chattanooga  &  St.  Louis  Railway  Co..      998 

New  York,  Ontario  and  Western  Railway  Co 2460 

Order  vacated _.! 2554 

Sacramento  Northern  Railway 258.  690, 4641 

St.  Louis-San  Francisco  Railway  Co 3950 

Spokane,  Portland  and  Seattle  Railway  Co 9927 

Order  vacated 10002 

-Western  Pacific  Railroad  Co 95 

Safety  regulations,  motor  carriers.    See  Motor  car- 
riers. 
Surety  bonds  and  policies  of  insurance.    See  Freight 

forwarders;  and  Motor  carriers. 
Tariffs  and  schedules: 
^       See  also  Rates  and  charges. 

Failing  freight  and  passenger  tariffs  and  schedules, 

office  hours  for;  proposed  rule  making .._     1075 

PYeight  schedules: 

Construction  and  filing  of  freight  rate  publica- 
tions, including  classifications,  pipeline 
schedules,  and  tariffs  containing  joint  rail- 
motor,    motor-wuter   and    rail-motor-water 

rates 5317 

Intermediate  rules  to  be  used  only  where  routing 

Is  provided;  effective  date  postponed 2819 

Long-  and  short-haul  charges  provision  of  section 
4  (1),  Interstate  Commerce  Act,  applications 

for  relief  from 46. 

95.  126.  209.  211.  233.  258.  350.  413.  440,  508,  550. 
569.  598,  621,  658,  689. 779.  780, 828. 858. 885. 915, 
982.  1040.  1062,  1114.  1115.  1162.  1193,  1220. 
1254.  1313.  1340.  1407.  1408.  1424,  1459,  1479. 
1508.  1521.  1522.  1554.  1628.  1686,  1712,  1760. 
1790.  1844,  1926.  1927.  2022.  2023,  2134,  2166. 
2223.  2260.  2297.  2310.  2401.  2424,  2459.  2554. 
2595.  2607.  2646,  2676,  2713,  2858.  2963,.  3043, 
3071.  3099.  3153.  3166.  3209.  3246,  3300.  3334. 
3401.  3448.  3473.  3731.  3732.  3806,  3851.  3893. 
3949.  3976,  4034,  4263,  4264.  4302.  4337.  4424, 
4536,  4702.  4844.  4897.  4940.  4990,  5076,  5077. 
5125.  5202,  5247.  5303.  5398,  5429,  5471.  5549, 
5607.  5667.  5668.  5706,  5732.  5768,  5811.  5857. 
5958.  5976,  5996,  6077.  6106.  6151.  6203.  6246, 
6287.  6363.  6400.  6532.  6549,  6591,  6687.  6877. 
6907.  6944.  6963.  6981,  7016.  7173,  7196.  7259. 
7307.  7420.  7504.  7643.  7692.  7708.  7755.  7812, 
7838.  7926,  7973,  8038,  8073.  8167.  8224,  8249, 
8305,  8339,  8380.  8476,  8529,  8617.  8738.  8781, 
8898,  8965,  8999.  9091.  9158,  9230,  9231,  9317, 
9337.  9443,  9444,  9^90,  9616.  9733,  9752,  9963. 
9986,  10001,  10020,  10287,  10324,  10439. 
Passenger  service  schedules,  rates,  and  charges  of 
common  carriers  by  railroad,  water,  and  jointly 
by  rail-motor,  motor-water,  and  rail -motor- 
water;    construction,    filing    and    posting    of 

tariffs;  proposed  rule  making 4085 

Transport  Mobilization  Staff,  establishment  within 
ICC  of  unit  of  National  Defense  Executive  Re- 
serve; definitions,  policy,  security,  conflict  of  in- 
terest, etc 7684 

Uniform  system  of  accoimts.    See  Accoimts. 
Water  carriers: 
Explosives,  packing  and  transportation  of.   See  Ex- 
plosives.                                                              '    ■ 
Freight  and  passenger  tariffs  and  schedules: 
Construction  and  filing  of  freight  rate  publica- 
tions. Including  classifications 5317 

Office  hours  for  filing,  proposed  rule  making 1075 

Passenger  fares,  rates  and  charges  of  common  car- 
riers by  water  and  jointly  by  motor-water,  and 
rail-motor-water;  proposed  rule  making 4085 


134 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


ANNUAL  INDEX,  1956 


INVENTIONS.    See  Patents  and  Inventions. 
IRRIGATION  PROJECTS,  operation  and  maintenance 
charges.    See  Indian  Affairs  Bureau. 


Page 


JOINT  MEXICAN-UNITED  STATES  DEFENSE  COM- 
MISSION; designation  of  members  by  Secretary  of 

Defense  (Executive  Order  10692) 10325 

JUNIOR  ACHIEVEMENT  WEEK.  NATIONAL   (Proc- 

lamation  3123) ^— ®®^ 

JUSTICE  DEPARTMENT:         \ 
See  Alien  Property.  Office  of.^ 

Immigration  and  Naturalization  Service.  / 

Authority,  delegation  of: 

By  Attorney  General  to  Assistant  Attorney  General. 
Internal  Security  Division,  to  make  determina- 
tion respecting  registration  of  certain  persons 

in  Interest  of  national  security 9195 

From  General  Services  Administrator  to  Attorney 

General : 
Contract  for  architectural  and  engineermg  serv- 
ices   ' --r -- 

teases  of  real  property  in  San  Diego  County. 

Calif ..  for  radio  purposes -- 

Conscientious  objectors,  functions  pertaining  to;  ad- 
ministration by  Office  of  Legal  Counsel  under  di- 
rection of  Assistant  Attorney  General  in  charge  of 

Office  

Foreign  Agents  Registration  Act  of  1938.  administra- 
tion of ^"^^• 

Immigration  quotas: 

Sudan  (Proclamation  3147) 

Tunisia  (Proclamation  3158) '*-'•* 

Organization:  ^       _. ,       x,  „„ 

Office  of  Legal  Counsel :  establishment  and  functions 

of  Conscientious  Ob j ector  Section -  -     3972 

'    Registration  Section,  Internal   Security  Division, 

redesignation -----.•  — 

President's  Council  on  Youth  Fitness,  representation 

on  (Executive  Order  10673) r— i." 

Records,  non-Federal;   retention  requirements.    Sec 

main  heading  Records. 
Security  program  for  Federal  employees;  petition  to 
Subversive  Activities  Control  Board  for  orders 
requiring  registration  of  certain  organizations. 
See  Subversive  Activities  Control  Board. 
Witness  fees  and  allowances: 

In  Alaska ---------, 

Use  of  table  of  distances  In  computation  of  mileage. 


3945 
6980 


3972 

10310 

5127 


7618 
6172 


KINO  FLEET  ADMIRAL  ERNEST  J.,  death  of;  flag 
of  United  States  flown  at  half-staff  as  mark  of  re- 
spect (Executive  Order  10671) 4"05 


LABOR   DEPARTMENT: 

See  Employees  Compensation  Bureau. 
Public  Contracts  Division. 
Wage  and  Hour  Division. 
Appointments  without  compensation  and  statements 
of  financial  interests  under  Defense  Production 

Act 2731.  8414 

Authority,  delegation  of: 
By  Secretary  of  Labor  to  certain  officials: 

Administrative  Assistant  Secretary  of  Labor  to 
negotiate  contracts  for  services  relating  to 

authorized  advertising  campaigns 9614 

Christian,  David  E.,  Office  of  Secretary;  authority 
to  make  certain  final  determinations  under 

Migrant  Labor  Agreement  of  1951 8545 

Director,  Wage  and  Hour  and  Public  Contracts 
Divisions;  authority  to  designate  officers  and 
employees  of  Veterans'  Administration  to 
make  certifications  of  disabled  veterans  for 
employment   at  less   than   minimum  wage 

TCitcs     «.— ——————— —— — — •_••—•—* —      1395 

Authori'ty"  of 'Alfred'  G.  Albert,  Office  of  Solici- 
tor, to  act  in  absence  of  David  E.  Christian.     8545 
By  Under  Secretary  of  Labor  to  Director  of  Bureau 
of  Labor  Standards  to  grant  exemptions  from 
hazardous  occupations  orders  for  minors 1942 


4667 


LABOR  DEPARTMENT— Continued  *••«• 

Authority,  delegation  of— Continued 
From  General  Services  Administrator;   contracts 
for  services  relating  to  authorized  advertising 

campaigns . r  w;, •»«* 

Redelegation  to  Administrative  Assistant  Secre- 
tary of  Labor ---    »S1* 

Certificates  of  age  issued  by  States,  acceptance  of. 

See  Child  labor  regulations. 
Certification  to  Secretary  of  Treasury  of  State  laws: 
State  laws  pursuant  to  section  3303  (\xi  (1)  of  Inter- 
nal Revenue  Code -       Jo* 

State  unemployment  compensation  laws loi 

Child  labor  regulations: 

Interpretation  of  child  labor  provisions  of  Pair 
Labor  Standards  Act  of  1938;  oppressive  child 
labor,  'eighteen-year  minimum,  occupations  in- 
volved in  manufacture  of  brick,  tile,  and  kin- 

dred  products 6888 

Occupations  particularly  hazardous  for  employment 
of  minors  between  16  and  18  years  of  age  or 
detrimental  to  their  health  or  well-being: 
Authority  delegation  to  Director  of  Bureau  of 
Labor  Standards  to  grant  exemptions  from 

from  hazardous  occupations  orders 1942 

Manufacture  of  brick,  tile,  and  kindred  products.   2301 

'  5  iiJ 

Interpretation  of  "oppressive  child  labor"  pro- 
visions of  Pair  Labor  Standards  Act  of 
1938;  eighteen-year  minimum  for  engaging 
In  occupations  involved  In  manufacture  of 

brick,  tile,  and  kmdred  products . 6888 

Occupations  chart  applying  to  Orders  4  and  5-_     6888 
State  certificates  (age,  employment,  working  cer- 
tificates or  permits) ,  acceptance  as  having  same 
force  and  effect  as  Federal  certificates  of  age  for 

designated  States  until  June  30, 1957 

Construction.  Federally  financed  and  assisted,  con- 
tracts for.    See  Labor  standards. 
Contracts.    See  Authority ;  and  Labor  standards. 
Critical  occupations  list,   issuance  by   Secretary  of 

Labor  (Executive  Order  10650.  10651) 167.169 

Defense  mobilization  responsibilities  for  prepared- 
ness measures,  respecting  labor  force,  develop- 
ment of  national  wage  and  salary  stabUizatlon 

FedeiS-Al?  Highway' A'ct'"o'f"'l95'6'.  contractual  re- 
quirements respecting  labor  standards,  PfoP^^tP- 
Hazardous  employment  of  minors.    See  Child  labor 
regulations.  ...  i.      *„ 

Labor  standards,  provisions  applicable  to  contracts 
covering  Federally  financed  and   assisted  con- 
struction: .win*  . 
Contract  provisions;  agency  head  responsibility. 
Labor   standards   provisions   under  Federal-Aid 

Highway  Act  of  1956.  proposed— -  ——-  —  -     7901 
Termination    of    responsibility    for    stipulations 
respecting  eight  hour  law.  overtime  compen- 
sation.  non-rebate  of  wages,  etc.,  proposed.-    7962 

Definition  of  term  'public  work"— JJje 

Enforcement;   agency  responsibility,  proposed 796J 

Investigations  by  Secretary  of  Labor,  proposed 790J 

Procedure  for  requesting  wage  determinations 7»J7 

Purpose  and  scope;   authority  citation  of  Davis- 

Bacon  Act^ - ----- •^    7936 

Reports  to  Secretary  of  Labor,  proposed—- 7962 

Restitution  of  wages,  proposed 79ej 

Rulings  and  interpretations •»•»' 

Wage  determinations: 

?sf^.-'?-'---^^^ 

Labor  Standards  Buseau.  Director;  delegation  of 
authority  from  Under  Secretary  of  Labor  to  grant 
exemptions  from  hazardous  occupations  orders 
for  minors —     ^5*2 

Labor  Statistics  Bureau,  disclosure  of  information  by :    - 
authorization  of  Bureau  to  furnish  transcripts  of 
bargaining  agreements  and  other  data  and  to 
establish  fees  for  preparation  of  materials 1122 

Migrant  labor;  authority  of  Etovld  E.  Christian.  Office 
of  Secretary,  or  Alfred  O.  Albert.  Office  of  So- 
licitor, to  make  certain  final  determinations 
under  Migrant  Labor  Agreement  of  1951 8545 

Records,  information,  etc.: 
Ehsclosure  of  certain  Information  by  Bureau  of 
Labor  Statistics.    See  Labor  Statistics  Bureau. 


8919 
7961 


LABOR  DEPARTMENT— Centinuttd  ^'^* 

Records,  information,  etc. — Continued 
Non-Pederal  records;  retention  requirements.    See 
mnin  heading  Records. 
Wage  determinations: 
See  also  Labor  standards. 

Pursuant  to  various  acts;  procedure 5801 

Youth  Fitness.  President's  Council  on ;  representation 

on  (Executive  Order  10673) 5341 

LABOR  DISPUTES: 

Board   of   Inquiry   to   investigate   dispute   affecting 

maritime  Industry  (Executive  Order  10689) 9161 

Emergency   boards   to   investigate  disputes   between 
certain  railroads  and  their  employees.    See  Na- 
tional Mediation  Board. 
LABOR   RELATIONS    BOARD.    See   National   Labor 

Relations  Board. 
LABOR  STANDARDS  BUREAU.     See  Labor  Depart- 
ment. ' 
LABOR  STATISTICS  BUREAU.    See  Labor  Depart- 
ment. 

LAND  MANAGEMENT  BUREAU: 

Advisory  boards,  grazing  district;  general  procedures 

for  elections 1371 

Agriculture  Department,   lands  in  Alaska.  Arizona, 

New  Mexico,  Oregon,  Washington,  and  Wisconsin 

withdrawn  for  use  of'.    See  under  Withdrawals. 

Air  Force  Department,  lands  in  Alaska  withdrawn  for 

use  of.    See  under  Withdrawals. 
Air  navigation  site  in  Alaska,  withdrawal  of  lands  for. 

See  under  Withdrawals. 
Alaska: 
Alaska  Native  Service,  withdrawals  of  lands  for  use 

of.    See  under  Withdrawals,  below. 
Alaska  Railroad,  withdrawal  of  lands  for  use  of. 

See  under  Withdrawals,  below. 
Alaska  Road  Commission,  withdrawals  of  lands  for 

use  of.    See  under  Withdrawals,  below. 
Authority  delegations.    See  Authority. 
Educational  purposes,  lands  withdrawn  for.     See 

under  Withdrawals,  below. 
Homesltes.  lands  available  for  lease  or  sale  as.    See 

Sale  of  lands ;and  Small  tracts,  below. 
Homesteads :  — 

Lands  opened  to  entry  for.    See  Homesteads. 

below. 
Regulations,    under   Act    of   May    14,    1898,    as 

amended;  proix)sed  rule  making 9996 

Kateel  River  Principal  Meridian,  establishment,  to 

govern  survey  of  public  lands 8123 

Lands  Department,  Territorial,  withdrawal  of  lands 

for  use  of.    See  under  Withdrawals,  below. 
Mineral  lands,  opened  to  entry.    See  Mineral  lands 

and  minerals,  below. 
National  forests,  lands  in.     See  National  forests, 

below. 
Native  inhabitants  of  villages  of  Shlshmaref  and 
White  Mountain;  lands  reserved  for  by  prior 

order,  revocation 4639 

Police  Department,  Territorial,  administrative  site; 

proposed  withdrawal 2701 

Sale  of  lands  for  commercial  or  housing  purposes, 
Alaska  Public  Sale  Act  classifications: 
No.    2.    East    Addition    Anchorage    Townslte; 

amendment 3260 

No.  6,  Fourth  Addition  to  Anchorage  Townslte ; 

amendment 3260 

No.  13,  amendment 4934 

No.  Zl,  Glennallen  Area 2537 

No.  22,  Iliamna  Lake  Area 2639 

No.  23,  Girdwood  Area 2956 

No.  24,  East  Addition,  Anchorage 3234 

School  purposes,  lands  withdrawn  for.    See  under 

Withdrawals,  below.  

Shorespace  restoration  No.  499;  amendment 9727 

Small  tracts.    See  Small  tracts,  below. 
Survey,  filing  of  plat  of.    See  Survey,  below. 
Territorial  Department  of  Lands,  lands  withdrawn 

for  use  of.    See  under  Withdrawals,  below. 
University  of  Alaska,  cosmic  ray  research  station, 
Mt.  Wrangell.  lands  withdrawn  under  jurisdic- 
tion of  Interior  Department  for  use  of  (PLO 
1365) -     9325 


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LAND  MANAGEMENT  BUREAU— Continued 

Alaska — Continued 

Wildlife  refuges.    See  Wildlife  refuges,  helow. 
Withdrawals  of  lands  for  use  of  Federal  agencies, 
etc.    See  Withdrawals,  below. 
Appeals  and  contests,  rules  of  practice.    See  Practice. 
Appeals  to  Director  from  actions  of  hearings  officers 
In  connection  with  Mining  Claims  Rights  Resto- 
ration Act  of  1955 877 

Applications  and  entries;  filing  of  documents,  office 

hours  of  land  offices 4722 

Arizona  Land  Office,  new  location 7159 

Army  Department,  lands  in  Alaska.  Arkansas.  Cali- 
fornia, Idaho,  Missouri,  Nebraska,  New  Mexico, 
North  Dakota,  South  Dakota,  and  Washington 
withdrawn  for  use  of.    See  under  Withdrawals. 
Asphalt  leases.    See  Minerals,  metals. 
Atomic  Energy  Commission,  lands  in  Colorado,  New 
Mexico,  Utah  and  Washington  withdrawn  for  use 
of.    See  under  Withdrawals. 
Authority,  delegations  of: 

By  Area  Administrator,  Alaska,  to  various  officials: 
Construction,  supplies,  or  services,  contracts  for, 

and  leases  of  real  estate 5194 

Surplus  real  property  and  related  personal  prop- 
erty, authority  to  transfer,  donate,  or  dispose 

of 5194 

By  Area  Administrator,  Area  I,  to  various  officials 
and  employees: 
Construction,  supplies  or  services,  contracts  for, 

and  real  estate  leases 4934,  5629 

Procurement  contracts  with  listed  limitations 4935 

Surplus  real  property  and  related  personal  pro- 
perty, authority  to  transfer,  donate,  or  dis- 
pose of 5018 

By  Area  Administrator,  Area  II,  to  various  officials: 
Construction,  supplies,  or  services,  contracts  for, 

and   real  estate  leases 4934,8334 

Procurement  contracts  with  certain  limitations.    4934 
By  Area  Administrator,  Area  HI,  to  various  officials: 
Construction,  supplies,  or  services,  contracts  for 

and  leases  of  real  estate 5336,6286 

Surplus    real    property,    authority    to    transfer, 

donate,  or  dispose  of 7742 

By  Director: 
To  Alaska  Operations  Supervisor: 
Designation  as  hearings  officer  In  connection 
with   Mining   Claims  Rights   Restoration 

Act  of  1955 877 

Functions  respecting  contracts,  classifications, 
withdrawals,  range  and  forest  manage- 
ment,   etc 975 

To  area  administrators: 
Construction,  supplies,  or  services/contracts  for, 

and  leases  of  real  estate 4297,5066,8219 

Educational  institutions,  contracts  for  services 
to  be  performed  by;   revocation  of  prior 

orders,   effective  date 4297,5066 

Land  use: 
Choctaw-Chickasaw  lands,  management  and 

disposition 6497 

Recreational   or   public   purpose,   sites   for; 

Alaska 6497 

'    Special  land  use  permits .6497 

Timber  and  stone  entries,  revocation 6497 

Minerals: 

Mining  claims 6497 

Oil  and  gas  leases 6496 

Surplus  real  property  and  related  ptersonal 
property,  authority  to  transfer,  donate,  or 

dispose  of 4298 

To  Assistant  Director  in  charge  of  operations: 
Construction,   supplies,  or  services,  contracts 

for,  and  leases  of  real  estate...  4297,  5066, 8219 
Surplus   real   property   and   related   personal 
property,  authority  to  transfer,  donate,  or 

dispose   of 4298 

To  Chief,  Administrative  Services  Branch: 
Construction,  supplies,  or  services,  contracts 

for,  and  leases  of  real  estate...  4297.  5066,  8219 
Surplus   real   property    and   related    personal 
property,  authority  to  transfer,  donate,  or 
dispose   of .. 4298 


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LAND  MANAGEMENT  BUREAU — Continued 

Authority,  delegations  of — Continued 
By  Director — Continued 
To  district  foresters; 

Fiscal   affairs : ^-■-- 

Logging  road  rights-of-way  over  certain  public 
lands  and  special  land  use  permits  for 

lands  outside  forest  districts 976 

■  )  field  commissioners;  conduct  and  preside  at 
hearings  on  contests  initiated  or  filed  prior 

.  to  May  1,  1956 - -— - 

To  hearing  examiners:  to  issue  purchase  orders 
for  reporter's  services  and  enter  into  con- 
tracts for  certain  supplies  and  equipment — 
land  office  managers;  land  use.  Choctaw- 
Chickasaw  lands 6844 

Managers.  RussfeUville.  Ark.,  and  New  Or- 
leans. La.;  contracts  for  construction,  sup- 
plies, or  services,  and  leases  of  real  estate,  not 

to  exceed  $2000 4297.5066 

To  range  managers: 

Forest  management,  disposition  of  forest  prod 


3702 


9748 


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To 


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6497 


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6497 


To 


7495 


3262 


Rights-of-way  over  public  and  acquired  lands, 
and  special  land  use  permits  for  lands  out- 
side established  grazing  districts 976 

State  Supervisors;    designation   as  hearings 
officers  in  connection  with  Mining  Claims 

Rights  Restoration  Act  of  1955 877 

By  Eastern  States  Office  Supervisor: 
To  chiefs  of  lands  and  minerals  adjudication 

sections;  authority  to  sign  final  actions 5808 

To  Forester  at  Bemidjl.  Minnesota;  actions  on 

public  sales  and  small  tract  sales 5701 

To  Manager,  Outer  Continental  Shelf.  New  Or- 
leans. La.;  rights-of-way  for  pipe  lines 

By  Oregon  State  Supervisor: 
To  CoUis  E.  Druley  and  Edmund  J.  Sweeney; 
authority  to  administer  oaths,  affidavits,  etc. 
To  district  range  managers;  authority  to  issue 
special  land  use  permits  for  lands  outside  es- 
tablished grazing  districts.- 2253 

To  lands  and  minerals  staff  officer: 

Classification  and  withdrawals 2253 

Goverrunent  contests  and  mineral  applications.     2253 
By  Washington  State  Supervisor,  to  certain  officers 
and   employees,   respecting  Government  con- 
tests, classification  and  withdrawals,  minerals, 

oaths,  range  and  foresti-y 9147 

By  Wyoming  State  Supervisor,  to  certain  officers, 
respecting  Government  contests,  classification 

and  withdrawals,  and  minerals 9147 

From  Secretary  of  Interior  to  Director  respecting 

lands  and  resources— 5596,5943 

Boy  Scout  Camps.  Arizona.  Tonto  National  Forest; 

proposed  withdrawal  of  lands 698 

California.  Sacramento.  Isold  office;  change  of  loca- 
tion and  office  hours 4768 

Choctaw-Chickasaw  lands,  Oklahoma: 
Authority  delegations: 

To  area  administrators,  respecting  management 

and   disposition 6497 

To  land  office  managers,  respecting  land  use 6844 

Minerals,  rights-of-way,  leases,  sales,  contributions, 

etc l'^^^'  5929 

Civil   Aeronautics   Administration,   lands   in   Alaska 

withdrawn  for  use  of.    See  under  Withdrawals. 
Coal   lands;   leases  and   permits,   fissionable   source 
material  on,  etc.     See  Mineral  lands  and  minerals. 
Coast  and  Geodetic  Survey,  lands  in  Alaska  withdrawn 

for  use  of.     See  under  Withdrawals. 
Coast  Guard,  lands  in  Alaska  withdrawn  for  use  of. 

See  under  Withdrawals. 
Commerce  Department,  lands  in  Idaho  withdrawn  for 

use  of.    See  under  Withdrawals. 
Contests.    See  Practice. 
Continental  Shelf,  outer: 
Mineral  deposits  in.    See  Mineral  lands  and  mm- 

Rights-of-way  for  pipe  lines,  authority  delegation 
by  Eastern  States  Office  Supervisor  to  Manager 

of  New  Orleans  office  respecting 7495 

Elections,  grazing  district  advisory  boards;  general 

procedures - ~ 1371 


LAND  MANAGEMENT  BUREAU— Continued 

Engineers  Corps,  lands  in  Arkansas,  Mississippi,  Mis- 
souri. New  Mexico,  and  Washington  withdrawn 
for  use  of.    See  under  Withdrawals. 

Exchange  of  lands  under  Taylor  Grazing  Act.  Nevada, 

lands  in  Steptoe  Valley  near  McGill 8031 

Fish  and  Wildlife  Service,  lands  in  Alaska,  Arkansas, 
Idaho,  Montana,  Nevada,  Oregon.  South  Dakota 
and  Texas  withdrawn  for  use  of.  See  under 
Withdrawals. 

Fissionable  source  material  on  coal  lands,  entry  and 

location  of;  proposed  rule  making 7454 

Certain  lands  under  administrative  Jurisdiction  of  , 
Service    given    national    forest    status    (PLO 

1304) - 3900 

Lands   in   Alaska,   Arizona,   Arkansas,   California, 
Colorado,  Idaho,  Montana.  Nebraska.  Nevada, 
New    Mexico,    Oregon,    South    Dakota,    Utah. 
Washington  and  Wyoming  withdrawn  for  use 
of.    See  under  Withdrawals. 
^   General  Services  Administration,  lands  In  Colorado 
withdrawn  for  use  of.     See  under  Withdrawals. 
Grazing  lands  and  districts: 
Grazing  districts: 
Advisory  boards,  election  of;  general  procedures.  _    1371 
California : 
No.  1;   lands  restored  from  proposed  water- 
power  project  No.  152 755 

No.  2;  lands  restored  from  Pit  River  Reclama- 
tion Project : 996 

Idaho: 

No.  1:  ^„^„ 

Lands  opened  to  entry 9952 

Lands  restored  from  power  site  reserve  No. 

345— — - 2572 

No.  2:  ^„^„ 

-     Lands  opened  to  entry 5752 

Lands  restored  from  Minidoka  Reclamation 

Project *0* 

No.  3 :  „„-„ 

Lands  opened  to  entry 2638 

Lands  restored  from  Herman  Administrative 

Site  (PLO  1289) 2790 

Lands  withdrawn  for  use  as  National  Guard 
rifle  ranges,  prior  orders  (EO  3684,  4682) 
revoked  iPLO  1303.  1320) 3798,6277 

No.  5: 
Lands  restored  from  Minidoka  Reclamation 

Project *0* 

Precedence  of  withdrawal  in  cormection  with 
Carey  Lake  Migratory  Bird  Management 

Area  (PLO  1353) 8396 

Montana  (Malta)  No.  1,  Federal  Range  Code  pro- 
visions respecting;  special  rule  to  establish 
priority  period  for  determining  dependency 

by  use  of  base  properties 4292 

Nevada,  No.  3;  lands  within  restored  from  New- 
lands  Reclamation  Project , —    5121 

New  Mexico: 
No.  1  (San  Isidro> ;  special  rule  for  transfer  of 

grazing  privileges 4834 

No.  7  (Chaco) : 

Lands  restored  from  stock  driveway  No.  81, 

New  Mexico  No.  12 —    4367 

Transfer  of  grazing  privileges,  special  rule 

for- — 4834 

Oregon: 
.    No.  3: 

Lands  restored  from  power  site  reserve  No. 

126  (PLO  1332) 6567 

Lands  restored  from  Public  Water  Reserve 

No.  107  (PLO  1337) 7005 

No.  6,  lands  restored  from  Burnt  River  and 
Upper  Burnt  River  Reclamation  Projects, 

Oregon —        85 

Utah : 
No.  4.  lands  reserved  as  administrative  site; 

prior  prder  (EO  1673)  revoked  (PLO  1280)  _     2245 
No.  6,  lands  withdrawn  for  use  by  Atomic  En- 
ergy Commission;  prior  orders  (PLO  494, 
1011)  revoked  in  part,  (PLO  745)  revoked 

(PLO  1295) - 2946 

No.  7.  lands  restored  from  reservations  for 

power  purposes 10259 


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LAND  MANAGEMENT  BUREAU— Continued  P^« 

Grazing  lands  and  districts — Continued 
Grazing  districts — Continued 
Utah — Continued 
No.  8,  Isolds  restored  from  power  site  reserve 

No.   42 1936,2897 

No.  9: 
Lands  restored  from  power  site  reserves  Nos. 

34  and  377 1937 

Lands  restored  from  reservations  for  power 

purposes 10259 

Lands  withdrawn  for  use  by  Atomic  Energy 
Commission;  prior  orders  (PLO  494. 
1011)    revoked  in  part,   (PLO  745)    re*- 

voked   (PLO  1295)— —     2946 

Wyoming : 
No.  1 :  lands  restored  from  Shoshone  Reclama- 
tion Project 6618 

No.  5,  lands  restored  from  Sublette  Reclama- 
tion Project 4321 

Grazing  lands: 

F^eral  Range  Code  for  grazing  districts,  defini- 
tions; Montana  (Malta)  grazing  district  No. 
1.  special  rule  to  establish  priority  period  for 
determining  dependency  by  use  of  base  prop- 

erUes 4292 

Nevada,  lands  in  Steptoe  Valley  near  McGill; 
opened  for  exchange  imder  Taylor  Grazing 

Act 3031 

Washington.  Willamette  Meridian,  grazing  pur- 
poses (PLO  1356) 8661 

Application  and  lease,  filing  fee,  $10 2789 

Leased  lands  subject  to  classification  and  disposi- 
tion, compensation  to  lessee  for  loss  of  lands 
and  for  improvement;  loss  through  war  or 

defense  purposes,  revocation 2789 

Pledge  of  leases  as  security  for  loans,  applications 
for  extension  of  lease  by  borrower-lessee: 
Adverse  action  affecting  lease,  liability  of  Bu- 
reau or  employees 2789 

Service  fee  for  searching  records 2789 

Health,  Education  and  Welfare  Department,  lands  in 
Alaska  withdrawn  for  use  of.    See  under  With- 
drawals. 
Highways,  rights-of-way  for.    See  Rights-of-way. 
Homesites.  lands  available  for  lease  or  sale  as,  under 

Small  Tract  Act.    See  Small  tracts,  below. 
Homesteads  in  Alaska,  regulations  respecting.    See 

Alaska,  above. 
Homesteads,  lands  opened  to  entry  for: 
For  small  tracts  opened  to  lease  or  purchase,  see 
Small  tracts. 

Alaska 685, 

1939,  2413,  2946,  3126,  3461,  3727,  9299,  9683 

Arizona — '^54, 

1204,  1679.  2389.  2520.  2700.  2955,  2956.  4026, 
5628, 5630. 6385, 8031, 8219.  8596. 

California 755.  996.  1207,  1246.  1391. 

1455.  1676.  1720,  3633,  4105,  4769.  4834.  5121. 
5424.  5453,  5639,  5872,  5944.  6149,  6547,  6549 

Colorado 1466,  1784.  1938. 

2391,  2700,  2946,  3261,  3439,  3702.  8242.  9952 

Florida 2571 

Idaho 42.  404,  1383,  1678,  2572,  2638,  2790,  3261,  3262, 

3798,  4638.  5752,  6097.  6277,  6567,  9952,  10521 

Louisiana 8243 

Michigan ~ .-- ''808 

Minnesota ^244,  8243 

Montana _ 2223,  2818,  5017,  6940.  9586 

Nevada 1245,  2727,  9567 

New  Mexico 2254. 

•      2658.  2946,  4103,  4105,  4367,  4723,  4958,  9952 

Oregon 85,  403,  774.  1189.  1783.  2699, 

5629,  6567,   6826.   6890,   7005,   8370,  8371,  8851 

Utah 1245,  1383,  1937,  2245,  2791,  2897,  2945 

2946,   4025,  4935.  5143,   5972.   7024.  8822.   9071 

Washington 3907,  3908,  3909,  5239,  5596 

Wisconsin  „ — —  1899,  8199 

Wyoming 1206.  1246,  4321.  6618,  9147 

Immigration  and  Naturalization  Service,  lands  in  Ari- 
zona withdrawn  for  use  of.    See  under  With- 
drawals. 
Indian  Affairs  Bureau,  lands  in  Alaska  and  Arizona, 
withdrawn  for  use  of.    See  under  Withdrawals. 


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LAND  MANAGEMENT  BUREAU— Continued 

Indian  lands: 
Choctaw-Chickasaw  lands.    See  Choctaw-Chicka- 
s