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Agriculture Department—Continued
Livestock (calves, cattle, hogs, lambs, sheep, etc.)-Continued

Inspection, ante-mortem; meat inspection regulations, 9 Part 9
Interstate transportation of; restrictions to prevent spread of disesases.

See Animals.
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Quarantine, etc., for control of animal diseases. See Animal diseases.
Standards, carcass and live animal. See Meats and meat products.
Stockyards; inspection, etc. See Packards and Stockyards Act, rules and

regulations under. Loans, purchases, and price support operations: Disposal of food commodities acquired through price support operations,

6 Parts 402, 501
Distress loan program for storage of grains, 6 Parts 473, 474
Emergency feed loans, 6 Parts 475, 476
For various commodities. See Beans, dried; Cotton; Dairy products; Flax-

seed; Grains; Honey; Mohair; Naval stores; Oilseeds; Peanuts; Rice;

Soybeans, Tobacco; and Wool.
Pricing policy for commodities acquired under price support programs and

available for sale, 6 Part 402
Rewards for information respecting theft or damage to property acquired

through price support operations, 6 Part 406
Trustees tendering commodities, loans to and purchases by; policy respect-

ing, 6 $ 405.1
Loganberries. See Blackberries and similar berries.
Mail, importation of plants and plant products by; regulations, 7 Part 351
Mangoes, imported:

From Puerto Rico; quarantine notices, 7 $ 301.58–3d

Inspection and certification, etc., 7 Part 1060
Maple sugar and sirup:

Inspection and certification, 7 Part 52, note
Parity prices, 7 Part 5

Warehouses, for sirups, 7 Part 108
Marine food products; inspection and certification, 7 Part 52, note
Marketing of perishable agricultural commodities; regulations respecting com-

mission merchants, brokers, etc., 7 Parts 46, 47, 48 Marketing orders, for various agricultural commodities:

See also Fruits and berries; Milk; Nuts; Tobacco; and Vegetables.
General regulations; rules of practice and procedure governing certain pro-

ceedings, meetings, etc., 7 Part 900
Definitions, 7 $ 900.210
Disclosures of information, 7 $ 900.210
Meetings to arbitrate and mediate disputes relating to sales of milk or

milk products, 7 $$ 900.100-900.118
Penalties, 7 $ 900.211
Proceedings on petitions to modify or to be exempted from marketing

orders, 7 $ $ 900.50–900.71 Proceedings to formulate marketing agreements and orders, 7 $ $ 900.1

900.18

Violations, alleged, investigation and disposition of, 7 $ 900.201
Marketing quotas and acreage allotments, for various commodities:

Referenda on marketing quotas, holding of, 7 Part 717
Refunds of penalties erroneously, illegally or wrongfully collected with re-

spect to marketing in excess of marketing quotas:
Cotton marketing quota provisions, 7 $$ 714.21-714.28

Tobacco marketing quota provisions, 7 $$ 714.1–714.12
Review of marketing quotas; acreage allotments and quotas, hearings, re-

view, etc., 7 Part 711
Various commodities; acreage allotments, marketing quotas, etc.:

Corn, 7 Part 721
Cotton, 7 Part 722
Peanuts, 7 Part 729
Rice, 7 Part 730

Agriculture Department-Continued
Marketing quotas and acreage allotments, for various commodities-Continued
Various commodities—Continued
Tobacco:

Burley and flue-cured, 7 Part 725
Cigar-filler tobacco, and cigar-filler and binder tobacco, 7 Part 723
Fire-cured, dark air-cured, and Virginia sun-cured tobacco, 7 Part

726
Maryland tobacco, 7 Part 727

Wheat, 7 Part 728
Marmalade, orange. See Fruit preserves, jams, etc.
Meats and meat products:
Grading and standards, 7 Part 53

Grading and certification, 7 $ $ 53.1-53.42
Standards, carcass and live animal, 7 $ $ 53.101-53.206

Beef, carcass, 7 $$ 53.102-53.106
Cattle, 7 $ $ 53.201-53.206
Lamb, yearling mutton, and mutton carcasses, 7 $ $ 53.114-53.118
Lambs, yearlings, and slaughter sheep, 7 $ $ 53.130-53.134
Pork carcasses, 7 $ $ 53.140–53.143
Swine, 7 $ $ 53.150–53.153
Veal and calf carcasses, 7 $ $ 53.107–53.111

Vealers and slaughter calves, 7 $$ 53.120_53.124
Meat inspection regulations:

Ante-mortem inspection. See Inspection, below.
Appeals, from inspection actions, 9 $ 21.1
Branding products. See Identifying products.
Bribery, counterfeiting, etc., 9 $ $ 23.1, 23.2
Carcasses and parts:
Animals slaughtered without ante-mortem inspection, post mortem

inspection of, 9 $ 12.1
Denaturing of condemned carcasses. See Denaturing.
Disposal of diseased carcasses and parts, 9 Part 11
Inspection of. See Inspection.
Rendering into lard, etc., 9 Part 15

Tanking and denaturing, 9 Parts 13, 14
Certificates:

Export certificates, 9 Part 24
Inspection, certificates of exemption from, 9 Part 4

Transportation certificates, 9 Part 25
Cooperation with Federal, State, and local authorities, 9 Part 22
Corned beef hash; identity and label statement of optional ingredient,

9 § 28.2
Counterfeiting, forging, etc., of inspection marks, 9 § 23.2
Definitions, 9 $ 1.1
Definitions and standards of identity:

Corned beef hash, 9 $ 28.2

Oleomargarine, 9 $ 28.1
Denaturing:

Condemned carcasses, denaturing of, 9 Part 14
Denaturing prior to shipment, 9 $ 25.14

Inedible grease, etc., denaturing of; marking, 9 § 16.18
Employees of Branch:

Assignment, 9 Part 6
Furnishing of own clothing and implements by employees, sanitary

condition of implements and hands, etc., 9 $ 7.6
Hours of work, overtime, etc., 9 $$ 7.2–7.4
Exemption from inspection, for retail butchers, retail dealers and

farmers, 9 Part 4 Export:

See also Transportation, interstate and foreign.

Export stamps and certificates, 9 Part 24
Farmers, exemption from inspection, 9 Part 4

Agriculture Department-Continued
Meats and meat products-Continued
Meat inspection regulations Continued
Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. compliance with, regarding

foods containing animal products, 9 § 26.1
Forging, counterfeiting, etc., of inspection marks, 9 $ 23.2
Horsemeat and products:

Inspection and handling, 9 Part 29

Scope of inspection, 9 $ 2.3
Identification service for meat and other products, 9 Part 40
Identifying products:

Imported products, marking and labeling of, 9 Part 27
Labeling products, 9 Part 17

Marking, branding, and identifying products, 9 Part 16
Imported products, treatment after admission, 9 Part 27

Horse meat, 9 Part 29
Inspection:
Ante-mortem inspection, 9 Part 9

Carcasses of animals slaughtered without, 9 $ 12.1
Appeals from inspection actions, 9 $ 21.1
Application, for inspection or exemption from inspection, by retail

butchers, retail dealers, and farmers, 9 Part 4
Facilities for, 9 Part 7
Inauguration of inspection, 9 g 5.4
Post-mortem inspection, 9 Part 10
Carcasses of animals slaughtered without ante-mortem inspec-

tion, post-mortem inspection of, 9 $ 12.1
Reinspection and preparation of products, 9 Part 18
Reports, 9 Part 20
Scope of inspection, 9 Part 2

Withdrawal of inspection for violation of regulations, 9 § 5.5
Labeling products. See Identifying products.
Local authorities, cooperation with, 9 88 22.1, 22.2
Marking products. See Identifying products.
Numbers, official, 9 Part 5
Oleomargarine; definitions and standards of identity, 9 § 28.1
Post-mortem inspection. See Inspection.
Preparation of meat products (canning, freezing, etc.), 9 Part 18
Reinspection. See Inspection.
Reports of inspection, 9 Part 20
Retail butchers and dealers, exemption from inspection, 9 Part 4
Sanitation; sanitary condition of establishments and facilities, 9

Part 8
Stamps, export, 9 Part 24
Tanking, tank rooms, tank cars, etc.:

Tank cars, marking of, 9 $ 16.16
Tank rooms and tanks, used for inedible products, 9 Part 13
Tanking and denaturing condemned carcasses and parts, 9 Part

14
Transportation, interstate and foreign; certificates, etc., 9 Part 25
Violation of regulations; withdrawal of inspection, reports, etc., 9

$$ 5.5, 5.6 Packers; regulations under Packers and Stockyards Act. See Packers and

Stockyards Act. Mexico: Animals; importation of certain animals (cattle, sheep, goats, swine, horses,

etc.), animal products, and poultry from, 9 $$ 92.31–92.40 Citrus fruits in transit through United States to foreign countries from;

restrictions, 7 $ 352.9 Inspection, disinfection, etc., of vehicles, railway cars and boats, to prevent

introduction of insect pests and plant diseases, 7 Part 320 Milk and milk products:

See also Dairy products.
Grading and inspection, 7 Part 58

Agriculture Department-Continued
Milk and milk products-Continued
Handling of milk, in various marketing areas, 7 Part 900

Arizona, Central, 7 Part 1004
Arkansas :

Central Arkansas, 7 Part 908
Fort Smith, 7 Part 976

Ozarks, 7 Part 921
Illinois:

Chicago, 7 Part 941
Quad Cities, 7 Part 944

Rockford-Freeport, 7 Part 991
Indiana:

Ft. Wayne, 7 Part 932

South Bend-La Porte, 7 Part 967
Iowa:

Cedar Rapids-Iowa City, 7 Part 931
Dubuque, 7 Part 912
Omaha-Council Bluffs, 7 Part 935
Quad Cities, 7 Part 944

Sioux City, 7 Part 948
Kansas:

Kansas City (Greater), 7 Part 913
Neosho Valley, 7 Part 928
Southwest Kansas, 7 Part 919
Topeka, 7 Part 980

Wichita, 7 Part 968
Kentucky:

Appalachian, 7 Part 923
Louisville, 7 Part 946
Paducah, 7 Part 977

Tri-State, 7 Part 972
Louisiana:

New Orleans, 7 Part 942

Shreveport, 7 Part 966
Massachusetts:

Boston (Greater), 7 Part 904
Fall River, 7 Part 947
Merrimack Valley, 7 Part 934
Springfield, 7 Part 996

Worcester, 7 Part 999
Michigan:

Detroit, 7 Part 924
Muskegon, 7 Part 985

Upstate Michigan, 7 Part 916
Minnesota:

Duluth-Superior, 7 Part 954

Minneapolis-St. Paul, 7 Part 973
Mississippi; Central Mississippi, 7 Part 987
Missouri:

Kansas City (Greater), 7 Part 913
Neosho Valley, 7 Part 928
Ozarks, 7 Part 921

St. Louis, 7 Part 903
Nebraska; Omaha-Council Bluffs, 7 Part 935
New York; New York Metropolitan Area, 7 Part 927
Ohio:

Akron, 7 Part 960
Cincinnati, 7 Part 965
Cleveland, 7 Part 975
Columbus, 7 Part 974
Dayton-Springfield, 7 Part 971
Lima, 7 Part 995

Agriculture Department-Continued
Milk and milk products—Continued
Handling of milk, in various marketing areas, 7 Part 900—Continued
Ohio Continued

Stark County, 7 Part 963
Toledo, 7 Part 930

Tri-State, 7 Part 972
Oklahoma:

Oklahoma City, 7 Part 905

Tulsa-Muskogee, 7 Part 906
Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, 7 Part 961
South Dakota:

Black Hills, 7 Part 917
Eastern South Dakota, 7 Part 929

Sioux Falls-Mitchell, 7 Part 956
Tennessee:

Appalachian, 7 Part 923

Knoxville, 7 Part 988
Memphis, 7 Part 918

Nashville, 7 Part 978
Texas:

Austin-Waco, 7 Part 952
Central West Texas, 7 Part 982
Corpus Christi, 7 Part 998
North Texas, 7 Part 943
San Antonio, 7 Part 949

Texas Panhandle, 7 Part 911
Virginia; Appalachian, 7 Part 923
Washington; Puget Sound, 7 Part 925
West Virginia:

Clarksburg, 7 Part 1009
Tri-State, 7 Part 972

Wheeling (Greater), 7 Part 1002
Wisconsin:

Milwaukee, 7 Part 907

Superior-Duluth, 7 Part 954
Import quotas; dried milk, 7 Part 6, Appendix 1
Marketing of, under Produce Agency Act, 7 Part 48
Parity prices for wholesale milk and butterfat, 7 Part 5
Price support programs, for milk and milk products, 6 Part 430
School milk program, special, 6 Part 502
Standards:

Buttermilk; standards for grades, 7 Part 25
Dry milks; nonfat solids, 7 Part 39
Dry whey, 7 Part 23
Dry whole milk, 7 Part 40

Sediment standards, 7 Part 43
Mixed grains:

See also Grains.
Standards, 7 $ $ 26.451–36.461

Warehouses, 7 Part 102
Mixed vegetables:

See also Vegetables.
Standards, for frozen mixed vegetables, 7 $ $ 52.2131-52.2142

Peas and carrots, 7 $ $ 52.2501-52.2510
Mohair:

Parity prices, 7 Part 5

Price support program, 7 Part 468
Molasses:

Inspection and certification, 7 Part 52, note
Parity prices for sugarcane sirups, 7 Part 5

Standards for, 7 Part 44
Mollusks (giant African snail); restrictions on entry of, from Guam or foreign

countries, 7 Part 324

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