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Agriculture Department-Continued
Poisons, economic:

Pesticide chemicals, certification of usefulness of, 7 Part 363
Regulations for enforcement of Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Roden-

ticide Act; labeling, imports, interpretation respecting ingredients, use,

containers, etc., 7 Part 362
Pomegranates; parity prices, 7 Part 5
Popcorn; parity prices, 7 Part 5
Pork. See Meats and meat products.
Potatoes:

See also Sweetpotatoes.
Diversion for use as livestock feed, 6 Part 519
Imported Irish potatoes:

Inspection and certification, etc., 7 Parts 1060, 1066

Restricted entry orders, 7 $$ 321.1–321.8
Marketing of Irish potatoes grown in various States and production areas,

7 Part 900
California (Modoc and Siskiyou Counties), 7 Part 959
Colorado, 7 Part 958
Connecticut, 7 Part 920
Idaho, southern counties, 7 Part 957
Maine, 7 Part 970
Massachusetts, 7 Part 920
New Hampshire, 7 Part 920
North Carolina, certain counties, 7 Part 981
Oregon:

All counties except Malheur County, 7 Part 959

Malheur County, 7 Part 957
Rhode Island, 7 Part 920
South Dakota, eastern production area, 7 Part 979
Southeastern States; certain counties of Virginia and North Carolina,

7 Part 981
Vermont, 7 Part 920
Virginia, certain counties, 7 Part 981

Washington, 7 Part 992
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards:
Canned white potatoes, 7 $ $ 52.1811-52.1824

Peeled potatoes, 7 $ $ 52.2421-52.2433
Fresh white potatoes, 7 $ $ 51.1540–51.1559

Consumer standards, 7 $ $ 51.1575-51.1587

Frozen french-fried potatoes, 7 $ $ 52.2391-52.2400
Poultry (chickens, ducks, geese, guineas, pigeons, turkeys, etc.):
Importation of, 9 Part 92

Prohibited and restricted importation, because of diseases, 9 Part 94
Improvement plans, national:
Auxiliary provisions of poultry and turkey improvement plans; blood

testing, bacteriological examination, etc., 9 Part 147
Poultry improvement plan (chickens), 9 Part 145

Turkey improvement plan, 9 Part 146
Inspection, grading, and standards for dressed or live poultry, 7 Part 70
Interstate transportation, restrictions on, because of certain diseases:

General provisions, 9 Part 71

Poultry diseases; European fowl pest, etc., 9 Part 81
Marketing of, under Produce Agency Act, 7 Part 48

Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Preserves and jams. See Fruit preserves, jams, etc.
Price support, for certain fruits, vegetables, grains, cotton, wool, tobacco, etc.

See Loans, purchases, and other operations.
Proceedings of Agricultural Department:
Departmental; representation, petitions, and rule-making procedures, 7

$ $ 1.26–1.28
Judicial; service of process, 7 § 1.41

Agriculture Department Continued
Produce Agency Act, regulations under, to prevent destroying or dumping of

perishable farm products, 7 Part 48 Prunes :

See also Fruits and berries.
Marketing of dried prunes produced in California, 7 Part 993
Parity prices, 7 Part 5

Standards, for fresh prunes, 7 $ $ 51.1520–51.1530
Puerto Rico:
Agricultural conservation programs; conservation practices, rates of as-

sistance, etc., 7 Part 1102
Marketing quotas, 7 $ $ 711.36, 717.14
Quarantine of plants and plant products from. See Plant quarantine.
School lunch program; apportionment of funds, 7 Part 210

Sugar from; quotas, etc. See Sugar.
Purchase programs. See Loans, purchases, and other operations.
Quarantine, to prevent spread of insect pests, or plant or animal diseases. See

Animals; and Plant quarantine. Rabbits; grading, inspection, and standards for domestic rabbits and edible

products, 7 Part 54 Radishes:

See also Vegetables.

Standards, 7 $ $ 51.2395–51.2412
Raisins:

See also Fruits and berries.
Marketing of raisins produced from grapes grown in California, 7 Part

989
Parity prices, 7 Part 5

Standards, for processed raisins, 7 $ $ 52.1841-52.1851
Raspberries:

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

Fresh raspberries for processing, 7 $ $ 51.1710-51.1719

Frozen raspberries, 7 $ $ 52.1871-52.1886 Records, official; availability, copies, etc., 7 $ $ 1.1-1.10 Research and marketing services work, contracts with public and private

agencies, firms, or individuals for, 7 Part 10 Rice:

Acreage allotments, marketing quotas, etc., 7 Part 730
Inspection and certification, 7 $$ 68.1-68.53
Loan and purchase agreement programs; 1955 crop, 6 $$ 421.1326-421.1346
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Plant quarantine notices, 7 $ $ 319.55—319.55–7
Standards, for rough, brown, and milled rice, 7 $$ 68.201-68.303

Warehouses, 7 Part 102
Rodenticides. See Poisons.
Rosin. See Naval stores.
Rutabagas:

See also Vegetables.

Fresh; standards, 7 $ $ 51.2610–51.2630
Rye:

See also Grains.
Loan and purchase agreement programs:

1954 crop, 6 $$ 421.611-421.623

1955 crop, 6 $$ 421.1376-421.1385
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards, 7 $ $ 26.401-26.409

Warehouses, 7 Part 102
Sand, soil, and earth, with plants; plant quarantine notices, 7 $$ 301.60, 319.69—

319.69-5 School lunch program: Food commodities acquired through price support operations; disposal for

use in school lunch program, etc., 6 Part 501 Milk; special school milk program, 6 Part 502

Agriculture Department-Continued
School lunch program-Continued
School lunch program, regulations and procedures; minimum nutritional

requirements under National School Lunch Act, 7 Part 210
Seeds:

See also Grains; and Oilseeds.
Administration of Federal Seed Act, with respect to agricultural (grass

forage, and field crop) seeds, and vegetable seeds, 7 Part 201 Importation of agricultural and vegetable seeds; customs regulations gov

erning, 19 $ 12.16
Inspection and certification of agricultural and vegetable seeds, 7 $$ 68.1-

68.53
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Seed corn, hybrid; labeling, 7 $ 201.300
Tobacco seed; export, 7 Part 34
Warehouses:

Alfalfa, bluegrass and bentgrass seeds, 7 Part 113

Grains, flaxseed, and sunt rer seeds, 7 Part 102
Serums. See Viruses, serums, toxins.
Service of process, 7 $ 1.41
Set-offs of debts owing to United States by certain persons against payments

due same persons, from conservation programs, 7 Part 1109
Shallots:

See also Vegetables.
Parity prices, 7 Part 5

Standards, for bunched shallots, 7 $ $ 51.1630–51.1650
Sheep. See Livestock.
Sirups:

Inspection and certification, 7 Part 52, note
Parity prices for maple, sorghum, and sugarcane sirups, 7 Part 5
Standards, for molasses and sirups, 7 Part 44

Warehouses, 7 Part 108
Soybeans:

See also Oilseeds.
Crop insurance, 7 Part 423
Inspection and certification of oilseeds, 7 $8 68.1–68.53
Loan and purchase agreement programs; 1955 crop, 6 $$ 421.1426-421.1435
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards, 7 $ $ 26.601-26.603

Warehouses, 7 Part 102
Spearmint oil; parity prices, 7 Part 5
Speculation in commodities, by officers or employees of Department engaged in

administration or enforcement of Commodity Exchange Act, prohibited,

17 $ 1.6
Spinach:

See also Vegetables.
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards:

Canned spinach, 7 $ $ 52.1901-52.1911
Fresh spinach leaves, 7 $ $ 51.1730–51.1736

Consumer standards, 7 $ $ 51.1750–51.1759

Frozen spinach, 7 $ $ 52.1921-52.1930
Squash:

See also Vegetables.
Standards:

Frozen cooked squash, 7 $ $ 52.1941-52.1950

Frozen squash (summer type), 7 $ $ 52.1961-52.1970
Stabilization committees. See Committees.
Standards, for various commodities. See Beans, dried; Cotton; Dairy products;

Eggs; Fruits and berries; Grains; Hay; Honey; Lentils; Livestock; Meats;
Milk; Molasses; Naval stores; Nuts; Oils; Oil seeds; Poultry; Rabbits;

Rice; Sirups; Straw; Sugars; Tobacco; Vegetables; and Wool.
Stockyards, regulations respecting. See Packers and Stockyards Act.
Storage of grain. See Grains.

Agriculture Department—Continued
Straw:

Inspection and certification, 7 $ $ 68.1-68.53

Standards, 7 $$ 57.50–57.52
Strawberries:

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

Standards, for frozen strawberries, 7 $ $ 52.1981-52.1993
Subsidies, support prices for certain fruits, vegetables, grains, cotton, wool,

tobacco, etc. See Loans, purchases, and other operations. Succotash:

See also Vegetables.

Standards, for frozen succotash, 7 $ $ 52.2011-52.2022
Sugar; production, marketing, etc.:

See also Sugars, sirups, etc., below.
Abandonment, payments for. See Normal yields, and eligibility for aban-

donment and crop deficiency payments.
Commercially recoverable sugar, determination of; various areas:

Beet sugar area, 7 Part 831
Cane sugar areas:

Hawaii, 7 Part 836
Mainland (Florida and Louisiana), 7 Part 833
Puerto Rico, 7 Part 837

Virgin Islands, 7 Part 838
Consumption requirements and quotas:

Alcohol; entry or marketing of sugar to be used for, 7 Part 819
Allotment of quotas, 7 Part 814
Continental United States, 7 Part 811
Entry of sugar into continental United States, 7 Parts 817, 818, 819

Alcohol or livestock feed, entry of sugar to be used for, 7 Part 819

Re-export, entry of sugar for, ex-quota, 7 Part 818
Ex-quota, entry of sugar, 7 Part 818
Excess-quota sugar; processing, marketing, etc., 7 Part 816
Export; entry of sugar for re-export, 7 Part 818
Hawaii; local consumption quotas, 7 Part 812
Livestock feed; entry of sugar to be used for, 7 Part 819
Marketing of sugar:

Excess-quota sugar, 7 Part 816
Sugar for alcohol or livestock feed, 7 Part 819
Sugar produced from sugar beets and sugarcane grown in con-

tinental United States, 7 Parts 815, 816
Puerto Rico; local consumption quotas, 7 Part 812
Crop deficiency payments. See Normal yields, and eligibility for abandon-

ment and crop deficiency payments.
Farms:
Determinations of; various areas:

Continental United States, 7 Part 822
Hawaii, 7 Part 826
Puerto Rico, 7 Part 827

Virgin Islands, 7 Part 828
Proportionate shares for. See Proportionate shares for farms.
Marketing of sugar. See Consumption requirements and quotas.
Normal yields, and eligibility for abandonment and crop deficiency pay-

ments, determinations of:
Beet sugar areas, 7 Parts 841, 842
Cane sugar areas:

Hawaii, 7 Part 846
Mainland, 7 Part 845
Puerto Rico, 7 Part 847

Virgin Islands, 7 Part 848
Payments, for abandonment and crop deficiency. See Normal yields, and

eligibility for abandonment and crop deficiency payments.
Practice and procedure:

Price and wage proceedings, 7 Part 802
Sugar quotas; petitions, hearings, etc., 7 Part 801

Agriculture Department - Continued
Sugar; production, marketing, etc.—Continued
Prices, for sugar crops; determination of fair and reasonable prices:

Sugar beets, 7 Part 871
Sugarcane:

Florida, 7 Part 873
Hawaii, 7 Part 876
Louisiana, 7 Part 874
Puerto Rico, 7 Part 877

Virgin Islands, 7 Part 878
Processor-producer, determination of, 7 Part 821
Proportionate shares for farms; various areas:

Beet sugar producing area, domestic, 7 Part 850
Cane sugar areas:

Hawaii, 7 Part 856
Mainland, 7 Part 855
Puerto Rico, 7 Part 857

Virgin Islands, 7 Part 858
Quotas. See Consumption requirements and quotas.
Wage rates, for persons employed in production, harvesting, etc., of sugar

crops; determination of fair and reasonable wage rates:
Sugar beets, 7 Part 862
California, Southwestern Arizona, Southern Oregon, and Western

Nevada, 7 Part 861
Sugarcane:

Florida, 7 Part 863
Hawaii, 7 Part 866
Louisiana, 7 Part 864
Puerto Rico, 7 Part 867

Virgin Islands, 7 Part 868
Sugar beets; production of sugar, prices, wages, etc. See Sugar.
Sugarcane:

Plant quarantine notices, 7 $8 301.16, 319.15

Production of sugar, quotas, etc. See Sugar.
Sugars, sirups, etc.:

Inspection and certification, 7 Part 52, note
Parity prices, for maple sugar and sirup and sorghum and sugarcane sirups,

7 Part 5
Quotas, prices, wages, etc. See Sugar, above.

Standards, for molasses and sirups, 7 Part 44
Sunflower seeds. See Seeds.
Support prices, for certain fruits, vegetables, grains, cotton, wool, tobacco, etc.

See Loans, purchases, and other operations.
Surplus property:
Commodities acquired through price support operations, disposal of, 6

Parts 402, 501
Sales of surplus agricultural commodities for foreign currencies; financing

of commercial sales, 7 Part 11 Sweet potatoes:

See also Vegetables.
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Plant quarantine notices, for sweetpotatoes from Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Virgin

Islands or foreign countries, 7 $$ 301.30, 301.30a, 319.29
Standards:

Canned sweetpotatoes, 7 $ $ 52.2041–52.2056
Fresh sweetpotatoes, 7 $ $ 51.1600-51.1617

For canning, 7 $ $ 51.1660-51.1671

For dicing and pulping, 7 $ $ 51.1685–51.1696
Swine. See Livestock.
Tangelos. See Citrus fruits.
Tangerines and products. See Citrus fruits.
Tobacco:
Acreage allotments, marketing quotas, etc.:

Burley and flue-cured, 7 part 725
Cigar-filler, cigar-filler and binder, 7 Part 723

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