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Disasters or emergencies

Continued Foreign countries, catastrophes in; reports respecting, by Foreign Service

officers, 22 $ 109.5 Housing to replace housing destroyed in floods, storms, etc.; mortgage insurance,

24 $ $ 200.10, 203.20c, 221.42 (b), (f) Radio communications:

Amateur emergency radio service, 47 $ $ 12.200–12.257
Citizens radio service; use for emergency communications during disasters,

47 $ 19.60
Civil Air Patrol stations, 47 SS 9.3, 9.911-9.914
Civil defense radio officer, certification of (Form 482), 47 $ 1.335
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
Disaster communications service, 47 Part 20
Maritime radio services:

Distress calls by aircraft or vessels, etc. See Distress calls.

Operation in emergencies, etc., 47 $ $ 7.48, 7.73, 8.42, 8.75, 8.173
Public radiocommunication stations, operation of, during emergencies,

47 $ 6.512
Public safety radio services, 47 Part 10
Relief work in disasters or emergencies:
Regulations of Army Department and Air Force Department, 32 Parts

502, 802 Sales of surplus personal property for, 44 $ 55.52 Small Business Act, disaster loans under, 13 § 101.6 Texas City disaster; claims against United States for death, injury or property

loss, 32 $ $ 536.110–536.129 Transportation during:

Attack conditions; policy and responsibilities, 32A Chapter I, DMO VI-2

Operation of motor carriers, 49 $ $ 165.5, 187.100, 187.101, 195.11, 195.12 Vessels:

Distress calls; use of radio services. See Distress calls.
Emergency evacuation on vessels requisitioned by United States, 33 $ 19.08;

46 $ 154.08
Merchant vessels in port, instructions for, in event of atomic attack, 33

Part 122
Disbursing officers of United States:

Counterfeit coins, securities, etc.; delivery to Treasury Department, 31 $ 403.1
Public moneys, functions with respect to; regulations of Accounts Bureau, 31

Parts 208, 209, 210
Discharges, dismissals, or termination of employment:
Armed services, discharge from:
Air Force Department regulations:

Discharge Review Board, 32 $8 881.16–881.25
Reserves, discharge or separation, 32 Part 866
Separation because of minority, hardship, or for convenience of Gov-

ernment, 32 Part 882
Army Department regulations:

Discharge or separation for various reasons, 32 Part 582
Discharge Review Board, Army; jurisdiction, etc., 32 § 581.2

Women's Army Corps; discharge of members, 32 $ $ 580.12, 580.13
Navy Department regulations:

Minors; discharge upon request of parent or guardian, 32 $ 765.10
Naval Reserve, 32 88 713.411-713.413
Nurse Corps; termination of commissions, 32 $ 714.1
Physical disability, separation because of, 32 Part 725

Review Board, discharges and dismissals, 32 Part 724
Standards for discharge under Selective Service Act of 1948, 32 Part 44
Civil service personnel, separation of. See Civil Service Commission.
Coast Guard military personnel:

Coast Guard Reserve discharges, 33 $ $ 8.6201-8.6208
Enlisted personnel:

Certificates in lieu of discharge, 33 $ 45.20-1

Discharges, 33 § 45.10
Panel and board of review on discharges, 33 Part 51

Discharges, dismissals, or termination of employment Continued
Seamen, discharge of, 33 $ 3.13; 46 Part 14
Discharge of seamen abroad; duties of consular officers in connection with,

22 $$ 103.1 (Item 11), 127.15, 127.16, 133.4 Discounts:

By Federal intermediate credit banks, '6 Parts 41, 42

By Federal Reserve banks, 12 Parts 201, 224 Discrimination, because of race, color, creed, etc.; prohibitions against: Civil service personnel actions involving appointment, separation, suspension,

or demotion, 5 $ $ 04.2, 9.101 (b) (2) Farm loans; discrimination prohibited in selection of applicants for farm owner

ship loans, 6 $ 316.1 Government employment practices, policies and procedures. See main heading

President's Committee on Government Employment Policy. Housing; racial restrictions prohibited for certain housing with mortgages

insured by Federal Housing Administration. See Federal Housing Admin

istration. Military procurement contract clauses prohibiting discrimination in employ

ment: Armed services procurement regulations, 32 $$ 12.801—12.805–7, 601.803—

601.805–7, 601.850 Coast Guard procurement contracts, provisions respecting, 33 $ 118.04–7 National Capital parks; furnishing public accommodations and using park

areas, 36 $ 3.45 Recreation areas, national (Lake Mead, Millerton Lake, Coulee Dam, Shadow

Mountain); furnishing public accommodations in, 36 $ 2.28
Discrimination, in business or trade; conspiring to discriminate, cease and desist

orders, 16 § 13.405
Disease germs, etc., mailing of, 39 $ 14.2 (a) (3), 132.1
Diseased or disabled aliens; ineligible immigrants, 22 $ 42.42
Diseases:

Animal diseases, control of. See Agriculture Department.
Coal mining operations on leased Federal lands, contagious and occupational

diseases in connection with; reporting of, etc., 30 $ 211.110
Communicable diseases; quarantine, etc. See Public Health Service.
Fish diseases, antibiotics for, 21 $ 146.27
Foods, certain, for disease control; label statements respecting dietary prop-

erties, 21 $ 125.6 Mailing of disease germs or scabs, 39 $ $ 14.2, 132.1 Panama Canal Zone, communicable diseases in; quarantine requirements. See

Panama Canal.
Plant diseases, control of. See Agriculture Department.
Public health. See Public Health Service.

Selective Service, diseases which disqualify men for, list of, 32 $ 1629.1
Disinfectants and germicides, poisons. See Poisons.
Disloyal or subversive persons or matter. See Security programs.
Dismemberment insurance for Federal employees in connection with group life

insurance, 5 Part 37 Disparaging competitors and their products; cease and desist orders, 16 $f 13.895–

13.1040 Displaced persons residing in United States, adjustment of status; immigration

regulations, 8 Parts 245, 245a, 246, 247, 248 Disposal of property: Food commodities acquired through price support operations, disposal of;

policy, 6 Parts 402, 501 Public lands, disposal of materials (sand, clay, timber, etc.) on; sales, use, etc.,

43 Part 259 Surplus or excess Government property, disposal of. See Surplus or excess

property. Disputes, labor. See Labor. Dissolution, voluntary, of Federal savings and loan associations, 24 § 146.4 Distilled spirits. See Liquors, distilled spirits, etc. Distilleries, for production of distilled spirits or brandy, or for denaturation of rum;

excise tax regulations. See Internal Revenue Service. Distraint proceedings, sale or resale of personal property obtained by Government

under; administrative provisions respecting, 26 Part 454

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Distress calls, by aircraft or vessels, etc.:

General regulations; priority, etc., for distress message, 47 $$ 2.401–2.404 Transmission, etc., by coastal or shipboard stations in maritime radio service,

47 $$ 7.7, 7.178–7.188, 7.214, 7.305, 7.314, 7.366, 7.370, 7.458, 7.477, 8.6, 8.61, 8.115, 8.172, 8.176, 8.177, 8.201–8.241, 8.271–8.277, 8.322, 8.330, 8.352, 8.358,

8.359, 8.368, 8.401 Distress loan program, for grains stored in emergency facilities, etc., 6 Part 473 Distress signals for merchant marine vessels; requirements and specifications for.

See Coast Guard. Distressed aliens in United States, removal of, 8 Part 250 Distressed Americans abroad, services by Foreign Service officers for, 22 § 109.4 Distressed employment areas, placement of contracts for Government purchases

with small businesses operating in, 44 $ $ 50.1-50.4 Distressed Indians, relief for, 25 Part 252 Distribution or dealing, conspiring to limit to regular, established, or acceptable

channels or classes; cease and desist orders, 16 § 13.450 Distribution mechanisms and programs, Government fostered, opposing unfairly;

cease and desist orders, 16 § 13.2100 Distributive occupations education, use of Federal funds for, under Federal Voca

tional Education Acts, 45 $ $ 102.125–102.133 District of Columbia: Credit unions:

Federal, operation of, etc. See Federal Credit Unions Bureau.

Supervision of, 12 $ 4.2 Employees of Government of District of Columbia; applicability of civil service

regulations to, 5 $$ 01.2, 1.102 Financial institutions in; supervision by Comptroller of the Currency, 12 $ 4.2 Vocational rehabilitation in:

Administrative procedure, 45 $ $ 404.5–404.7
Blind persons, 45 $ $ 402.26, 403.1 (g)

Vocational rehabilitation programs, 45 $ 401.1 (r)
Workmen's compensation law in, 20 Parts 41, 42, 43, 44
Diversion and reconsignment of rail freight, 49 § 141.59
Dividends, payment of:

By Federal savings and loan associations, etc., 24 § 163.14
By management investment companies; written statement to accompany, regu-

lations under Investment Company Act of 1940, 17 § 270.19–1
Divorce in foreign country, matter offering, prohibited in mails, 39 § 14.9 (b)
Doctors. See Medical and dental officers and specialists.
Documentation of aliens entering United States. See Immigration and Naturaliza-

tion Service; and State Department. Documentation of vessels:

Citizenship oath by owners or mortgagees; regulations respecting, 46 § 221.11

Customs regulations respecting, 19 Part 3 Documentary stamp taxes:

Excise tax regulations, 26 Part 113

Stamps, documentary internal revenue; sale of, in post offices, 39 $ 62.1 Documents subject to codification and publication in Federal Register and Code of

Federal Regulations; preparation, publication, etc. See Administrative Com

mittee of Federal Register. Dogs and cats:

See also Animals.
Canned food for; inspection of, 9 Part 155
Importation of; foreign quarantine regulations, 42 $$ 71.154, 71.155
In Canal Zone; quarantine for rabies and other animal diseases, 35 $ $ 24.100-

24.100e Procurement of dogs for Army use; inspection, 32 Part 610 Public buildings and grounds; restriction on bringing of dogs and other ani

mals, 44 $ 100.10 Doll and stuffed toy industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 173 "Dollar-a-year men”. See Persons of outstanding qualifications, serving without

compensation. Dollar exchange, furnishings of, for certain foreign countries; acceptance of drafts

and bills of exchange by member banks of Federal Reserve System, 12 $ 203.2 Dollar limit (DL) licenses, for export, 15 Part 374 Dolls and doll carriages. See Toys.

Domestic products exported and returned, entry of; customs regulations, 19 $$ 10.1–

10.10 Donations, gifts, contributions: Coast Guard:

Acceptance and use of gifts, 33 Part 17

Chapel, Coast Guard Academy, donations for, 33 Part 16
Customs entry of gifts:

From members of armed forces: free importation during war, 19 $ 54.3
From persons in foreign countries to persons in United States, by mail; cus-

toms entry, 19 $ $ 8.15 (c) (7), 8.50, 9.6
From returning residents, 19 $ 10.17 (c)
Foreign countries, gift parcels and relief packages for:

Export control, 15 $ 371.21

Ocean shipment of supplies, by voluntary agencies, 22 Parts 202, 203 Gift tax regulations. See Internal Revenue Service. Grazing lands, gifts of, to United States, 43 Part 256 Income tax regulations; deductions for contributions, in connection with com

putation of net income, 26 $$ 39.23 (n)-39.23 (4-1), 39.120-1 Merchant Marine Academy, United States; donations for chapel and library,

46 $$ 310.100-310.103 Public Health Service; acceptance and administration of gifts, 42 Part 2 Public utility holding companies, donations or contributions by, to associate

companies; regulations under Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935,

17 $ 250.45 Railroad or pipeline carriers; information to be furnished respecting donations,

gifts, etc., to. See Interstate Commerce Commission. Railroad unemployment insurance, contributions by employers for; regula

tions under Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, 20 $$ 319.96, 345.1

345.24 Door, metal clad, and accessories manufacturing industry; trade practice confer

ence rules, 16 Part 127
Doors, watertight, sliding, for merchant vessels; specifications for, 46 § 163.001
Dourine, in horses and asses, prevention of, 9 Parts 52, 75
Draft, Selective Service. See Selective Service System.
Drafts; advances on, discount of, etc., by banks, 12 Parts 201, 203, 207, 224
Drainage areas, subject to special laws; entries, charges, etc.:

Arkansas, 43 Part 117

Minnesota, 43 Part 118
Dramatic compositions, copyrighting of, 37 § 202.5
Drapery fabrics industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 205
Drawback of taxes or duties:

Customs duties, on certain articles. See Customs Bureau.
Excise taxes, drawback on liquors, distilled spirits, tobacco products, etc. See

Internal Revenue Service.
Drawings of scientific or technical character, copyrighting of, 37 § 202.10
Dredging in navigable waterways, approval of, 33 8 209.130
Dress (popular priced, house dress, wash frock) manufacturing industry; trade

practice conference rules, 16 Parts 125, 126 Dressings for foods (mayonnaise, French dressing, etc.); label statement of optional

ingredients, 21 Part 25 Dried beans, peas, and lentils. See Beans, dry edible; Peas, dry; and Lentils. Dried fruits. See Fruits and berries. Driers, mechanical, or mobile drying equipment, for farm commodities; program

to finance purchase of, 6 Part 474 Drinking straw manufacturing industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 108 Drinking water, on board land, sea, or air conveyances:

Interstate quarantine regulations. See Public Health Service.

Merchant vessels; emergency drinking water in sealed containers, 46 § 160.026 Drivers for motor carriers; qualifications, hours, etc., 49 Parts 191, 192, 195 Drug addicts, treatment of, in public health hospitals, etc., 42 Part 33 Drug Disposal Committee, forwarding narcotic drugs to, 21 $ 302.55 Drug, medicine, and toilet preparations industry: Minimum wage determinations, for persons employed on public contracts, 41

§ 202.28 Toilet preparations; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 221

Drugs:

See also Narcotics.
Antibiotic and antibiotic-containing drugs:

Agricultural use, 21 $ 146.9
Biological drugs containing, 21 $ 146.29
Certification of batches:

Bacitracin, 21 Part 146e
Chloramphenicol, 21 Part 146d
Chlortetracycline, 21 Part 1460
General regulations, 21 Part 146
Penicillin, 21 Part 146a

Streptomycin, 21 Part 146b
Containers, bulk, shipments in, 21 $ 3.30
Diagnostic use, 21 § 146.24
Export, 21 § 146.10
Fish diseases, antibiotics for, 21 § 146.27
Foods for human consumption, addition of antibiotics to, 21 $ 3.29
Labeling of, 21 $$ 3.8, 3.15, 3.25, 146.18
Tests and methods of assay:

Bacitracin, 21 Part 141e
Chloramphenicol, 21 Part 1410
Chlortetracycline, 21 Part 1410
Penicillin, 21 Part 141a

Streptomycin, 21 Part 141b
Veterinary use, preparations for; notice to manufacturers, distributors,

labelers, etc., respecting label statements:
Animal feed containing antibiotics, 21 $$ 146.25, 146.26
Bull semen, antibiotics for, 21 § 146.28
Mastitis in milk-producing animals, antibiotics for use in treatment of,

21 $ 3.25

Pencillin-containing preparations, 21 $ 3.8 Biologic products (viruses, serums, toxins, antitoxins, arsenicals, etc.); produc

tion and use. See Agricultural Department; and Public Health Service. Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act:

Customs enforcement, 19 $ $ 12.1-12.6
Enforcement of; Food and Drug Administration regulations, 21 $$ 1.100-

1.115 Estrogenic hormone preparations, label statement of potency, 21 $ 3.11 Explosives; persons using narcotics not permitted on board vessel while loading

explosives or other dangerous articles, 46 $ 146.20–47 Export control of certain medical and pharmaceutical preparations, 15 § 399.1

(Group 8) Foreign trade statistics respecting, 15 § 30.23 Glandular preparations, labeling of, 21 $ 3.3 Habit-forming drugs: Designation of (derivatives of barbituric acid, bromal, cannabis (mari

huana), carbromal, chloral, cocaine, codeine, heroin, morphine, opium,

paraldehyde, sulphonmethane), 21 Part 165 Exemption from prescription requirements for certain drugs, 21 § 1.108 Label requirements, 21 $ 1.104

Regulations of Narcotics Bureau. See Narcotics Bureau. Imports, inadmissible, costs chargeable in connection with relabeling and recon

ditioning, 21 $ 1.322 Insulin:

Certification, etc., 21 Part 164

Definition of, 21 § 1.115
Mineral oil, drugs for internal use containing; labeling of, 21 $ 3.4
New drugs:

Confidentiality of information contained in new-drug applications, 21 g 3.37
Examination, etc., 21 $$ 1.109–1.114
Prescription requirements, exemption of certain drugs from, 21 Part 130
Salt substitutes, 21 $$ 3.9, 3.20
Veterinary preparations, for increasing milk or egg production, or for fat-

tening purposes, 21 $ 3.7

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