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Agriculture Department—Continued
Mushrooms:

See also Vegetables.

Standards, for canned mushrooms, 7 $ $ 52.1481–52.1495 Mustard greens. See Greens. Mutton. See Meats and meat products. National agricultural conservation programs; conservation practices, rates of

assistance, etc., 7 Part 1101 Naval stores (turpentine and rosin): Conservation program; conservation practices, rates of payment, etc.,

7 Part 1106
Inspection and standards, 7 Part 160

Price support loan programs, 6 Part 438
Nursery stock; plant quarantine notices. See Plant quarantine.
Nuts and nut products:
Inspection and certification:

Processed nuts and products, 7 Part 52, note

Raw nuts, 7 Part 51, note
Marketing orders, for certain nuts:

Almonds, grown in California, 7 Part 909
Filberts, grown in Oregon and Washington, 7 Part 997
Pecans, grown in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and South

Carolina, 7 Part 994
Walnuts, grown in California, Oregon, and Washington, 7 Part 984
Parity prices for almonds, filberts, peanuts, pecans, tung nuts and walnuts,

7 Part 5
Quarantine notices, for imports of acorns and chestnuts, 7 $ $ 319.56–2a,

319.56–2b Standards, for certain nuts. See Almonds; Filberts; Peanuts; Pecans;

and Walnuts. Warehouses, 7 Part 107 Oats:

See also Grains.
Loan and purchase agreement programs:

1954 crop, 6 $$ 421.561-421.573

1955 crop, 6 $$ 421.1276-421.1285
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards, 7 $ $ 26.26.251-26.358

Warehouses, 7 Part 102
Oils:
Inspection, certification, and standards; olive oil, 7 $ $ 52.1–52.87, 52.1531-

52.1541
Parity prices, for peppermint and spearmint oils, 7 Part 5
Oilseeds:

See also Cottonseed; Flaxseed; Peanuts; Soybeans; and Tung nuts.
Inspection and certification; general provisions, 7 $$ 68.1-68.53
Loans and purchases (price support operations), 6 Part 443
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards:

Cottonseed, 7 $ $ 28.401-28.404
Flaxseed, 7 $ $26.501–26.504

Soybeans, 7 & 8 26.601-26.603
Warehouses:

Cottonseed, 7 Part 111

Flaxseed and soybeans, 7 Part 102 Okra:

See also Vegetables.

Standards, for frozen okra, 7 $ $ 52.1511-52.1521 Oleomargarine, definitions and standards of identity for, 9 § 28.1 Oleoresin. See Naval stores. Olive oil; inspection, certification, and standards, 7 $ $ 52.1-52.87, 52.1531

52.1541 Olives; parity prices, 7 Part 5 Onion sets; inspection and certification, 7 Part 51, note

Agriculture Department Continued
Onions:

See also Vegetables.
Parity prices, 7 Part 5

Standards, for common green onions, 7 $ $ 51.1055–51.1071
Oranges and products. See Citrus fruits.
Organisms and vectors. See Viruses, serums, toxins, etc.
Overtime work, by employees of Department:
Biological products, services for establishments licensed for importation of,

9 $ 102.78 Fruits and vegetables, fresh; inspection and certification of, 7 $ 51.37a Imports and exports of animals or plants and products; overtime services

at border ports, seaports and airports:
Animals and animal products, 9 Part 97

Plants and plant products, 7 Part 354
Packers and Stockyards Act, rules and regulations under:
Regulations under Act, 9 Part 201
Accounts, records, and reports:

Accounts and records, 9 $ $ 201.43–201.52
Annual reports, 9 $ 201.97

Inspection of records, 9 $ 201.95
Administration, definitions, etc., 9 $ $ 201.1-201.4
Bonds:

General bonding provisions, 9 SS 201.27, 201.28
Of licensees, 9 SS 201.35–201.38

Of market agencies and dealers, 9 $201.29-201.34
Brands and other identifying characteristics, inspection of, 9 $ $ 201.86-

201.93
Designation of live poultry markets, 9 SS 201.8, 201.9
General provisions:

Annual reports, 9 $ 201.97
Information as to business, 9 SS 201.94, 201.96

Inspection of places of business, property, and records, 9 § 201.95
Inspection; brands, marks, and other identifying characteristics, 9

$ $201.86–201.93
Licensing, 9 $S 201.14–201.16
Posting stockyards, 9 $$ 201.5-201.7
Proceeds of sale, 9 $ $ 201.39–201.42
Records and reports. See Accounts, records, and reports.
Registration, 9 SS 201.10–201.13
Schedules of rates and charges of stockyard owners and market agen-

cies, 9 $ $ 201.17–201.26
Services; weighing, stockyard facilities and services, feeding, watering,

etc., of livestock and poultry, 9 SS 201.71–201.85
Trade practices, 9 $ $ 201.53–201.70
Rules of practice governing proceedings under Act, 9 Part 202

General, 9 SS 202.1-202.4
Hearings before Secretary; rules applicable to all proceedings, 9 $ 202.60
Rules applicable to various proceedings:

Disciplinary proceedings, 9 $ $ 202.5-202.22
Rate proceedings, 9 $ $ 202.23–202.38

Reparation proceedings, 9 $ $ 202.39–202.59
Packing materials (straw, grasses, soil, etc.), for imports; plant quarantine

notices, '7 $$ 319.69-319.69–5 Parity prices, determination of, for various agricultural commodities (grains,

seeds, nuts, fruits, vegetables, livestock, milk, eggs, honey, hops, olives, cotton, wool, mohair, pine gum, poultry, rice, tobacco, oilseeds, sugar, etc.),

7 Part 5 Parsnips, fresh; consumer standards, 7 $ $ 51.2310–51.2322 Payments: Amounts due persons who have died, disappeared, or been declared incom

petent, 7 Parts 1108, 1109
Animals destroyed to prevent spread of diseases; payments to owners,

9 Parts 51-55
Assignment of payments by farmers, 7 Part 1110

Agriculture Department-Continued
Payments—Continued
Set-offs of debts owing to United States against payments due same persons,

7 Part 1109 Peaches:

See also Fruits and berries.
Marketing of peaches grown in various States:

California, 7 Part 936
Colorado (Mesa County), 7 Part 940
Georgia, 7 Part 962

Utah, 7 Part 950
Parity prices, 7 Part 5

Standards, for fresh peaches, 7 $ $ 51.1210-51.1223
Peanut butter; inspection and standards for processed foods, 7 Part 52, note
Peanuts:

Acreage allotments, marketing quotas, etc., 7 Part 729
Inspection and certification of nuts and products:

Processed nuts, 7 Part 52, note

Raw nuts, 7 Part 51, note
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Price support programs, 6 Part 446
Standards, for peanuts in the shell (cleaned Virginia type), 7 $ $ 51.1235–

51.1242
Warehouses, 7 Part 107
Pears:

See also Fruits and berries.
Export, 7 Part 33
Marketing of certain varieties of pears grown in California, Oregon, Wash-

ington, 7 Parts 936, 938, 939
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards:

Canned pears, 7 $ $ 52.1611–52.1627
Fresh pears:

For processing, 7 $ $ 51.1345–51.1358
Summer and fall pears, 7 $ $ 51.1260-51.1280

Winter pears, 7 $ $ 51.1300–51.1323
Peas, black-eye. See Black-eye peas.
Peas, dried:

Inspection and certification, 7 $ $ 68.1-68.53
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards, for dried peas or split peas, 7 $ $ 68.401-68.403, 68.501-68.503

Warehouses (grain), for field peas, 7 Part 102
Peas, green:

See also Vegetables.
Marketing of fresh peas grown in Colorado, 7 Part 910
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards:
Field peas:

Canned, 7 $ $ 52.1641–52.1651

Frozen, 7 $ $ 52.1661-52.1670
Fresh peas, 7 $ $ 51.1375–51.1387
Green peas, canned, 7 $ $ 52.2281-52.2294

Peas and carrots, frozen, 7 $ $ 52.2501-52.2510
Pecans:

See also Nuts and nut products.
Marketing of pecans grown in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, South

Carolina, 7 Part 994
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards:

Pecans in the shell, 7 $ $ 51.1400–51.1416

Shelled pecans, 7 $$ 51.1430–51.1453
Peppermint oil; parity prices, 7 Part 5
Peppers:

See also Vegetables.
Green peppers, imported; inspection and certification, etc., 7 Part 1060

Agriculture Department—Continued
Peppers—Continued

Parity prices, 7 Part 5

Standards, sweet peppers for processing, 7 $ $ 51.1465–51.1475 Perishable agricultural commodities, marketing of; regulations respecting com

mission merchants, dealers, and brokers engaged in handling fresh

fruits and vegetables, dairy or poultry products, etc.:
Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act:

Regulations under; licenses, accounts and records, etc., 7 Part 46
Rules of practice under; reparation proceedings and disciplinary pro-

ceedings, etc., 7 Part 47
Produce Agency Act, regulations under, to prevent destroying or dumping of

perishable farm products, inspection and certification, etc., 7 Part 48
Persimmons; parity prices, 7 Part 5
Pesticides. See Poisons, economic.
Pickles, cucumber; standards, 7 $ $ 52.1-52.87, 52.1681-52.1699
Pimientos:

See also Vegetables.
Canned; standards, 7 $ $ 52.2681–52.2694

Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Pine gum, crude; parity prices, 7 Part 5
Pineapples:

See also Fruits and berries.
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards:
Pineapple:

Canned, 7 $ $ 52.1711-52.1725
Fresh, 7 $ $ 51.1485-51.1508

Frozen, 7 $ $ 52.1741–52.1751

Pineapple juice, canned, 7 $$ 52.1761-52.1771 Plant quarantine; regulation of importation or interstate movement of plants

and plant products, to prevent spread of insect pests and plant diseases: Bees; restriction on importation of adult honeybees, to prevent spread of

bee diseases, 7 Part 322
District of Columbia:

Movement of plants and plant products into and out of, 7 Part 302
Quarantine notices, domestic, respecting movement of plants between

various States and District of Columbia to prevent spread of specific

insects or plant diseases. See Quarantine notices. Export of plants and plant products; certification as to sanitary condition,

7 Part 353 Fruits and vegetables; quarantine notices respect. See Quarantine notices. Hawaii; quarantine with respect to movement of various fruits, vegetables,

plants, etc., from. See Quarantine notices. Mail, importation of plants and plant products by, 7 Part 351 Mexican Border regulations; inspection, disinfection, etc., of vehicles, rail

way cars and boats, to prevent introduction of insect pests and plant

diseases, 7 Part 320 Mollusks (giant African snail); restriction on entry of, from foreign coun

tries or Guam, 7 Part 324 Nursery stock, plants, and seeds; quarantine notices respecting. See Quar

antine notices. Overtime work relating to imports and exports of plants and plant products,

at border ports, seaports, and airports, 7 Part 354 Puerto Rico; quarantine with respect to movement of various fruits, vege

tables, plants, etc., from. See Quarantine notices. Quarantine notices; prohibition of importation or interstate movement of

various plants and plant products, to prevent spread of insect pests

and plant diseases:
See also Restricted entry orders.
Domestic, 7 Part 301
Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and Virgin Islands; quarantine with respect

to various fruits, vegetables, plants, etc.:
Citrus canker disease; Hawaii, 7 301.75

Agriculture Department-Continued
Plant quarantine-Continued
Quarantine notices—Continued
Domestic, 7 Part 301-Continued
Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and Virgin Islands Continued
Cotton, cottonseed, and products; Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin

Islands, 7 $$ 301.47-301.47-4
Fruits and vegetables:

Hawaii, 7 $$ 301.13–301.13–14

Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands, 7 $$ 301.58–301.58–14
Sand, soil and earth with plants; Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin

Islands, 7 $ 301.60
Sugarcane; Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, 7 $ 301.16
Sweetpotatoes; Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, 7 $ $ 301.30,

301.30a
Various States and District of Columbia; quarantine to prevent

spread of various insects, plant diseases, etc.:
Black stem rust, 7 $$ 301.38, 301.38-11
European chafer, 7 $$ 301.77-301.77–10
Gypsy moth and brown-tail moth, 7 $$ 301.45—301.45–10
Japanese beetle, 7 $$ 301.48—301.48–10
Khapra beetle, 7 $$ 301.764301.76–11
Mexican fruitfly, 7 $$ 301.64—301.64-7
Pink bollworm, 7 $$ 301.52-301.52–13
White-fringed beetle, 7 $ $ 301.72-301.72-9

White-pine blister rust, 7 $$ 301.63-301.63-9
Foreign; prohibition of importation of various plants, etc., from for-

eign countries, 7 Part 319
Avocado seed, 7 $ 319.12
Bamboo, 7 $ 319.34
Citrus fruit, 7 $ 319.28
Citrus nursery stock, 7 $ 319.19
Coffee, 7 $$ 319.73—319.73–3
Corn, maize, broom corn, etc., 7 $$ 319.24—319.24-5, 319.41–

319.41-6
Cotton and covers, 7 $$ 319.8–319.8–27
Cut flowers, 7 $$ 319.74—319.74–7
Elm trees, seeds, leaves, etc., 7 $$ 319.70—319.70–6
Fruits and vegetables, 7 $ $ 319.56-319.56–8
Nursery stock, plants, and seeds, 7 $ $ 319.37–319.37-28

Citrus nursery stock, 7 $ 319.19
Nuts (acorn and chestnuts), 7 $$ 319.56-2a, 319.56–2b
Packing materials (straw, hay, grasses, soil, etc.), 7 $$ 319.69—

319.69-5
Rice, 7 $$ 319.55—319.55-7
Sugarcane, 7 $ 319.15
Sweetpotatoes and yams, 7 $ 319.29
Vegetables. See Fruits and vegetables.

Wheat (fag smut), 7 $$ 319.594319.59–7
Restricted entry orders, for products from foreign countries; Irish potatoes,

7 $$ 321.1–321.8
Restricted or prohibited plants or plant products temporarily in United

States, treatment of, 7 Part 352
Sanitary export certification, 7 Part 353
Temporary stay within United States of restricted or prohibited plants and

plant products; safeguarding, etc., 7 Part 352
Virgin Islands; quarantine with respect to movement of various fruits,

vegetables, plants, etc., from. See Quarantine notices. Plums:

See also Fruits and berries.
Marketing of plums grown in California, 7 Part 936
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards:

Canned plums, 7 $ $ 52.1781-52.1796
Fresh plums, 7 $ $ 51.1520–51.1530

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