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Commodity Exchange Authority-Continued
Confidential information; disclosures by officers or employees of Department of

Agriculture, 17 $ 1.5
Contract markets:

General regulations affecting. See General regulations.
Special provisions respecting reports in connection with specific commodi-

ties. See Special provisions.
Floor brokers; registration, etc. See General regulations.
Futures commission merchants:

General regulations affecting. See General regulations.
Special provisions respecting reports in connection with specific commodi-

ties. See Special provisions.
General regulations under Commodity Exchange Act, 17 Part 1

See also Special provisions applicable to various commodities, below.
Application and closing out of offsetting long and short positions, 17 § 1.46
Contract markets:

Copies of rules, regulations, etc.; filing of copies, 17 $ 1.41
Crop or market information letters, reports, etc.; copies required, 17

$ 1.40
Delivery of commodities conforming to United States standards, 17

§ 1.45 Delivery notice, 17 $ 1.42 Information, confidential; disclosure to certain contract-market offi

cials by employees of Department of Agriculture, 17 $ 1.5 Record keeping; transactions, customers, buying and selling orders, etc.,

17 $$ 1.37-1.39 Reports, of uncleared transactions, 17 $ 1.19a Warehouses; information, records, reports, etc., respecting, 17 $$ 1.43,

1.44 Crop or market information letters, reports, etc.; copies required, 17 $ 1.40 Customers' funds, handling of, by futures commission merchants or con

tract markets, 17 $ $ 1.20–1.30
Delivery of commodities conforming to United States standards, by con-

tract markets, 17 § 1.45
Delivery notice; filing of copy by contract market, 17 § 1.42
Floor brokers:

Registration of, 17 $ $ 1.8, 1.9

Trades or exchanges of futures; records, 17 $ 1.38
Futures commission merchants:
Application and closing out of offsetting long and short positions, 17

$ 1.46
Crop or market information letters, reports, etc.; copies required, 17

$ 1.40
Customers' funds, handling of, 17 $ $ 1.20–1.30
Loans by, 17 $$ 1.29, 1.30
Record keeping, 17 $ $ 1.27, 1.31–1.39
Registration of, 17 $ $ 1.7–1.16

Reports by, 17 $$ 1.18, 1.19
Information, confidential; disclosures to contract-market committees and

officials, 17 $ 1.5
Long and short positions, offsetting; application and closing out, 17 § 1.46
Offsetting short and long positions; application and closing out, 17 $ 1.46
Record keeping, by contract markets, futures commission merchants, or

floor brokers, 17 $$ 1.27, 1.31-1.39
Registration of futures commission merchants and floor brokers, 17 $ $ 1.7–

1.16 Reports: By futures commission merchants, and contract-market members, 17

$ $ 1.18–1.19a By persons located outside United States and its territories who carry

accounts for others, 17 $ 1.47 Short and long positions, offsetting; application and closing out, 17 § 1.46 Speculation in commodities by officers and employees, prohibited, 17 § 1.6

Commodity Exchange Authority-Continued
General regulations under Commodity Exchange Act, 17 Part 1–Continued
Warehouses:

Information required concerning, 17 $ 1.43

Records, reports, and visitation of premises, 17 $ 1.44 Information, confidential; disclosures by officers or employees of Department

of Agriculture, 17 $ 1.5 Orders, respecting trading in cotton, grains, eggs, lard, soybeans, etc.: Orders of Commodity exchange Commission; limits on position and daily

trading in commodities for future delivery, 17 Part 150
Cotton, 17 & 150.2
Cottonseed oil, 17 $ 150.6
Eggs, 17 $ 150.5
Grain, 17 $ 150.1
Lard, 17 $ 150.8
Rye, 17 $ 150.3
Soybean oil, 17 $ 150.7

Soybeans, 17 $ 150.4
Orders of Secretary of Agriculture; delivery period required with respect

to certain grains (wheat, corn, oats, barley, rye, flaxseed), 17 $ 100.1 Reports:

General regulations, 17 $$ 1.18–1.19a, 1.47

Specific commodities; special provisions. See Special provisions. Rules of practice, 17 Part 0 Proceedings before Commodity Exchange Commission; rules applicable to

disciplinary proceedings, rule making proceedings, 6A proceedings,

etc., 17 88 0.50-0.96 Proceedings before Secretary of Agriculture; rules applicable to disciplinary

proceedings, rule making proceedings, etc., 17 $$ 0.0-0.28
Special provisions applicable to various commodities; reports, etc.:

Butter, 17 Part 4
Cotton, 17 Part 3
Cottonseed meal, 17 Part 11
Eggs, 17 Part 5
Fats, 17 Part 9
Flaxseed, 17 Part 2
Grains, 17 Part 2
Millfeeds, 17 Part 7
Oils, 17 Part 10
Potatoes, 17 Part 6
Soybean meal, 17 Part 11
Soybeans, 17 Part 2

Wool tops, 17 Part 8
Speculation in commodities, by officers or employees, prohibited, 17 § 1.6

Trading in commodities. See Commodities.
Commodity futures markets, regulations affecting. See Commodity Exchange

Authority. Commodity Stabilization Service. See Agriculture Department. Common Trust Funds; trust powers of national banks respecting, 12 Part 206 Communications, letters, etc., brought into or being taken from United States;

customs regulations under Trading with the Enemy Act, 19 Part 52 Communications and communications services (telephone, telegraph, radio, and

cable): See also Cable communications; Radio communications; and Telegraph and

telephone communications. Contracts; statutory exemption of Government contracts from provisions of

Public Contracts Act, 41 | 201.2 Disaster or emergency communications. See Disasters or emergencies. Excise tax regulations, 26 $$ 130.30–130.47, 130.70–130.79 Armed forces in combat zones, telephone calls from members of; exemption

from excise tax, 26 § 130.46
Fellowships and training grants to students from other American Republics, 14

Part 450; 47 Part 65
Procurement of communications services, equipment, etc., by Government

agencies. See General Services Administration.

Communications and communications services—Continued
Regulations governing communications companies and radio services. See

Federal Communications Commission.
Vessels, communications systems for. See Coast Guard; and Federal Com-

munications Commission. Communist China. See China. Communist Party affiliations, etc.:

See also Security programs.
Designation of Communist organizations, 28 Part 5
Labor union officers, filing of affidavits respecting Communist Party affiliation,

29 $ $ 101.3, 102.13 (b) (2) Oath respecting Communist Party membership, 22 $ 51.142 Passports, limitation on, to persons supporting Communist movement, 22 $ 51.135

Registration of certain foreign agents, 28 Part 11 Community facilities; responsibilities of Housing and Home Finance Agency relat

ing to, in connection with defense mobilization program, 32A Chapter I, DMO I-14

Community Facilities Administration, Housing and Home Finance Agency: Advance planning for public works projects; plan preparation, advances, appor

tionment of Federal funds to States, types of public works, etc.,

44 Part 702 Interest of member of or delegate to Congress, 44 $ 702.17 Procedure; general course and method by which functions of Administration

are channeled and determined, 44 $ 701.1
Community relations; Army Department regulations, 32 $ 504.4
Compensation, for various employees, etc.:

See also Pay and allowances.
Compensation for injuries or death:

Coast Guard Reserve; compensation for injuries, 33 $$ 8.7201-8.7205
Contractors with United States:
Employees of, outside United States; compensation for injury, death,

or enemy detention. See Employees' Compensation Bureau. Reimbursement of compensation funds for expenditures in connection

with compensation of employees, 20 $$ 01.51, 01.52, 62.1–62.8 Federal employees. See Employees' Compensation Bureau. Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act; regulations

under. See Employees' Compensation Bureau.
Prisons, Federal; payment of compensation for injuries to inmates of, 40

Part 1
Railroad employees, compensation of; regulations under Railroad Retire-

ment Act. See Railroad Retirement Board.
Veterans, claims for compensation for disability or death of. See eterans

Administration.
Workmen's compensation, claims for, under various acts. See Employees'

Compensation Bureau.
Unemployment compensation. See Employment Security Bureau.
Vessel agents, compensation for conduct of business of dry-cargo vessels, 32A

Chapter XVIII, AGE-4 Competency:

See also Mentally incompetent or insane persons.

Indians, certificates of competency for, 25 Parts 241, 242, 243 Competition in trade; conspiring to eliminate competition or dealing unfairly with

competitors, cease and desist orders respecting, 16 $ $ 13.340, 13.495 Competitive service and status of Federal employees, regulations respecting. See

Civil Service Commission. Competitors in trade or business, unfair trade practices respecting; cease and desist

orders to firms engaged in. See Federal Trade Commission. Components or parts; priority orders. See Business and Defense Services

Administration.
Compressed gas containers, mailing of, 39 $ 15.2
Compressed gases. See Explosives and other dangerous articles.
Compromise of Government claims:

See also Debt settlement.
Customs laws, compromise under, 19 $ 23.26

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Compromise of Government claims—Continued
Internal revenue compromise and closing agreements, 26 $$ 39.3760–39.3762,

462.1 Offers of compromise; regulations of Accounts Bureau, Treasury Department,

31 Part 240 Settlements, review of, by General Accounting Office, 4 Part 2 Comptroller of the Currency, Bureau of: Affiliates of national banks; power of Comptroller to make certain examinations

of, 12 $ 4.11 (b)
Annual meetings, of national banks; procedures, 12 § 4.11
Branches, of national banks, 12 $ 4.5
Building and loan associations in District of Columbia; supervision of, 12 § 4.2
Capital stock, of national banks:

Changes in capital structure, 12 § 4.1
Impairment; assessment of shareholders and appointment of receiver,

12 & 4.15
Change of name or location of national banks, 12 $ 4.7
Chartering of national banks, 12 & 4.1
Conservatorships, receiverships, liquidation, for national banks, 12 $8 4.12–4.15
Consolidation of national banks, and of state and national banks, 12 $ 4.4
Credit unions, in District of Columbia; supervision of, 12 & 4.2
District of Columbia, financial institutions in; supervision of credit unions,

building associations, building and loan associations, and State banks, 12

§ 4.2 Examinations:

Of affiliates of national banks, 12 § 4.11 (b)

Of national banks, 12 § 4.2 Federal Reserve notes, issue and redemption of, 12 4.16 Insolvent national banks; liquidation, etc., 12 $$ 4.12-4.15 Insurance agents; national banks acting as, 12 $ 2.1 Investment securities; regulations respecting purchase and sale of securities

for accounts of national and State banks, members of Federal Reserve

System, 12 Part 1 Leaseholds; loans by national banks secured by liens upon leaseholds, 12 Part 5 Liquidation of national banks, 12 $$ 4.12-4.15 Loans, making or procuring of, by national banks, 12 $$ 2.3-2.5, 3.1

Leaseholds, loans secured by liens upon, 12 Part 5
National banks:
Affiliates of national banks; power of Comptroller to make certain exami-

nations of, 12 § 4.11 (b)
Annual meetings; procedures, 12 4.11
Branches and seasonal agencies, 12 & 4.5
Capital stock:

Changes in capital structure, 12 § 4.6
Impairment of capital; assessment of shareholders and appointment

of receiver, 12 & 4.15
Changes in name or location, 12 § 4.7
Chartering of, 12 $ 4.1
Conservatorships, 12 4.14
Consolidations, 12 § 4.4
Examination of, 12 § 4.2

Of affliates, 12 $ 4.11 (b)
Insolvent banks; liquidation, etc., 12 $$ 4.12–4.15
Insurance agents; requirements for banks acting as, 12 $ 2.1
Investment securities, purchase or sale of, 12 Part 1
Liquidation of banks, 12 $$ 4.12–4.15
Loans:
Definitions of loans secured or covered by Governmental guaranties,

12 $ 3.1
Placing of; banks acting as brokers for, 12 $ 2.5
Real estate, making or procuring loans on:

Banks acting as brokers or agents for, 12 $ $ 2.3, 2.4
Liens upon leaseholds, loans secured by, 12 Part 5

Comptroller of the Currency, Bureau of Continued
National banks—Continued
Real estate, loans on; national banks acting as brokers or agents for, 12

$82.3, 2.4
Receiverships, conservatorships, liquidation, 12 $ $ 4.12–4.15
Reports, 12 $$ 4.8–4.10
State banks:

Consolidation with national banks, 12 $ 4.4

Conversion into national banks, 12 § 4.3
Violations of law by banks; remedial actions (forfeiture of charter, removal

of directors or officers), 12 g 4.15 Voluntary liquidation, 12 § 4.12 Real estate, loans on; national banks acting as brokers or agents for, 12 $$ 2.3,

2.4
Liens upon leaseholds, loans secured by, 12 Part 5
Receiverships, conservatorships, liquidation, for national banks, 12 $$ 4.12–4.15
Reports by national banks, 12 $$ 4.8-4.10
State banks, members of Federal Reserve System:

Consolidation with national banks, 12 § 4.4
Conversion into national banks, 12 $ 4.3
In District of Columbia; supervision of, 12 & 4.2

Investment securities, regulations respecting purchase or sale of, 12 Part 1 Violations of law by national banks; remedial action (forfeiture of charter,

removal of directors or officers), 12 § 4.15 Voluntary liquidation of national banks, 12 & 4.12 Comptrollers of customs, and districts assigned to, 19 $ 1.4 Concessioners, in national parks, monuments, etc.; labor standards for employees

of, 36 Part 28 Concessions, granting of, on certain lands in connection with Indian irrigation

projects, 25 Part 128 Concessions in trade-agreement negotiations; investigations by Tariff Commission

respecting, 19 Parts 206, 207 Conciliation of labor disputes. See Labor disputes. Conductivity; test fee schedules, 15 $ $ 201.103, 214.806 CONELRAD plan of radio broadcast station operation in case of enemy air attack,

etc., 47 $$ 3.901–3.971, 9.1201-9.1205, 10.166, 12.190–12.196 Confectionery industries; trade practice conference rules:

Candy manufacturing, 16 Part 186
Wholesale confectionery industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Parts

168, 176 Confidential information. See Information. Confidential and policy-determining positions, listed, excepted from competitive

service. See Civil Service Commission. Confidential treatment of United States mail, 39 $ 3.1 Conflict of interests; standards of conduct for Air Force personnel relating to con

flict between private interests and official duties, 32 Part 888 Congress:

Congressional correspondence, etc., franked; free matter in mails, 39 $ 27.1
Congressional Record, mailing of, 39 $ $ 24.1, 24.2 (a) (4), 27.1
Distribution to members of Congress of certain publications:

Federal Register, 1 $ 1.232

United States Government Organization Manual, 1 $ $ 3.21, 3.22 Liaison officers with Federal Register Division; designation, etc., 1 $$ 3.11, 3.12 Library of Congress. See Library of Congress. Organization statement, publication of, in United States Government Organi

zation Manual, 1 $ $ 3.7, 3.18 Connection of electric power facilities; regulations under Federal Power Act, 18

Part 32
Conscientious objectors; Selective Service registration, etc.:

Classification, 32 $$ 1621.11, 1622.11, 1622.14, 1622.16
Register of, 32 § 1623.18

Volunteering for civilian work in lieu of induction, 32 Part 1660
Conservation programs, for lands for raising of agricultural commodities; allocation

of funds to various States, Territories and possessions for conservation practices, etc. See Agriculture Department.

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