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Agriculture Department—Continued
Tobacco-Continued
Acreage allotments, marketing quotas, etc.—Continued

Fire-cured, dark air-cured, and Virginia sun-cured, 7 Part 726
Maryland tobacco, 7 Part 727

Refund of penalties, 7 $$ 714.1-714.12
Classification of leaf tobacco, 7 Part 30
Crop insurance, 7 Part 417
Export of seeds and plants, 7 Part 34
Inspection; regulations, etc., 7 $ $ 29.1–29.133
Loan programs, 6 Part 464
Marketing quotas. See Acreage allotments.
Markets, designation of, 7 $ 29.601
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards:

Burley, 7 $ $ 29.401–29.495
Dark air-cured, 7 $ $ 29.501–29.582
Fire-cured, 7 $ $ 29.201-29.282

Flue-cured, 7 $ $ 29.301-29.399
Warehouses, 7 Part 103
Tobacco seed and plants, exportation of, 7 Part 34
Tomatoes and products:

See also Vegetables.
Imported; inspection and certification, etc., 7 Part 1060
Marketing of tomatoes grown in Florida, 7 Part 945
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards:

Chili sauce, 7 8$ 52.2191-52.2202
Fresh tomatoes, 7 $ $ 51.1855–51.1876

Consumer standards, 7 $ $ 51.1900–51.1913
Green tomatoes for processing, 7 $ $ 51.1930–51.1936
Tomato catsup, 7 $ $ 52.2101-52.2112

Tomato sauce, 7 $ $ 52.2371–52.2381
Tort claims, based on negligence, wrongful acts, or omissions of employees or

agencies of Department, 7 § 1.51
Toxins. See Viruses, serums, toxins.
Transportation, interstate and foreign, of meat, animals, poultry, etc.:

Animals and poultry. See Animals; and Poultry.
Meat and products, 9 Part 25

Organisms and vectors, 9 Part 122
Trustees tendering commodities, loans to and purchases by; policy respecting

6 § 405.1 Tung nuts:

See also Oilseeds.

Parity prices, 7 Part 5 Turkeys. See Poultry. Turnip greens. See Greens. Turnips:

See also Vegetables.

Fresh; consumer standards, 7 $ $ 51.2425–51.2442, 51.2610–51.2630
Turpentine. See Naval stores.
Veal. See Meats and meat products.
Vealer calves. See Livestock.
Vectors. See Viruses, serums, toxins, etc.
Vegetables:

Containers for, 7 Part 41
Imported vegetables (tomatoes, green peppers, Irish potatoes, cucumbers,

and eggplants); inspection and certification, etc., 7 Part 1060
Potatoes, Irish, 7 Part 1066
Inspection and certification:

Dried beans, peas, lentils, 7 $ $ 68.1–68.53
Fresh vegetables, 7 $ $ 51.1-51.51
Processed vegetables, 7 $ $ 52.1-52.87

Agriculture Department—Continued
Vegetables Continued
Marketing of perishable vegetables under Perishable Agricultural Com-

modities Act and Produce Agency Act, 7 Parts 46, 47, 48
Marketing orders:

Peas and cauliflower grown in Colorado, 7 Part 910
Potatoes, Irish, grown in various States. See Potatoes.

Tomatoes, grown in Florida, 7 Part 945
Overtime, in connection with inspection of vegetables; additional charges

for overtime work, 7 $ 51.37a
Parity prices, for artichokes, asparagus, dried beans, lima beans, snap beans,

beets, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, garlic, kale, lettuce, onions, peas, peppers, pimentos, potatoes, shallots,

spinach, and tomatoes, 7 Part 5
Quarantine to control insect pests and plant diseases; vegetables from

Hawaii and Puerto Rico. See Plant quarantine.
Restricted entry orders, for potatoes, 7 $ $ 321.1–321.8
Seeds; parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards for various fresh and processed vegetables. See Asparagus;

Beans, lima; Beans, snap; Beets; Broccoli; Brussels sprouts; Cabbage;
Carrots; Cauliflower; Celery; Corn, sweet; Cucumbers; Eggplant;
Greens; Kale; Lettuce; Mixed vegetables; Mushrooms; Okra; Onions;
Parsnips; Peas; Peppers; Potatoes; Pimentos; Radishes; Shallots;

Spinach; Squash; Succotash; Sweetpotatoes; Tomatoes; and Turnips.
Warehouses for certain processed vegetables:

Canned vegetables, 7 Part 110
Dried beans, 7 Part 106

Dried peas, 7 Part 102
Virgin Islands:
Agricultural conservation programs; conservation practices, rates of assist-

ance, etc., 7 Part 1103
Cattle; area quarantined because of Texas (splevetic) fever, 9 $ 72.3
Quarantine of certain fruits, vegetables, plants, etc., from. See Plant

quarantine.
School lunch program; apportionment of funds, 7 Part 210

Sugar quotas. See Sugar.
Viruses, serums, toxins, etc.:
Animals used in production and testing of biological products:

Admission to licensed establishments, 9 Part 117
Use for production of hog-cholera virus and anti-hog-cholera serum,

9 Parts 118, 119
Anti-hog-cholera serum. See Hog cholera.
Biological products; production, testing, etc., at licensed establishments.

See Licensed establishments.
General provisions and regulations, and rules of practice:

General provisions; definitions, 9 $ 101.1
General regulations; rules of practice and procedure governing pro-

ceedings respecting marketing of anti-hog-cholera serum and hog

cholera virus, 9 Part 132 Rules of practice, governing various proceedings: Proceedings on petitions to modify or to be exempted from market

ing orders, 9 $$ 132.50–132.71

Suspension or revocation of licenses or permits, 9 Part 123
Hog cholera; anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus:

Animals for production and testing; treatment, etc., 9 Part 117
General regulations and rules of practice and procedure governing

proceedings relating to marketing, 9 Part 132
Handling of, in interstate and foreign commerce, 9 Part 131
Labels and samples, 9 Part 112
Marketing, proceedings relating to; rules of practice, 9 Part 132
Production and testing, etc.:

Anti-hog-cholera serum, 9 Part 119

Hog-cholera virus, 9 Part 118
Records and reports, 9 Part 116

Agriculture Department—Continued
Viruses, serums, toxins, etc.-Continued
Importation of various biological products, etc.:

Biological products, 9 Part 102

Organisms and vectors, 9 Part 122
Inspection; reinspection of biological products, 9 $ 115.1
Interstate transportation, of organisms and vectors, 9 Part 122
Labels and samples; samples of biological products, and labels on containers,

9 Part 112
Licensed establishments:
Admission of biological products and materials, and transportation

between establishments, 9 Part 121 Animals, admitted to establishments; treatments, etc., 9 Part 117 Labels and samples; samples of biological products and labels on con

tainers, 9 Part 112
Licenses and permits, for importation, etc., of biological products,

9 Part 102
Production, testing, etc., of biological products:

Anti-hog-cholera serum, 9 Part 119
Hog-cholera virus, 9 Part 118
Miscellaneous requirements; biological products other than anti-

hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus, 9 Part 114
Records and reports, 9 Part 116
Reinspection of products from, 9 $ 115.1
Sanitation, 9 Part 108

Sterilization at licensed establishments, 9 Part 109
Licenses and permits:
Biological products; licenses and permits for importation, etc., 9 Part

102
Organisms and vectors; permits for importation and interstate trans-

portation of, 9 Part 122 Suspension or revocation of licenses or permits, proceedings for; rules

of practice, 9 Part 123 Market of anti-hog-cholera serum and hog-cholera virus; rules of practice

respecting proceedings, 9 Part 132 Organisms and vectors; permits for importation and interstate transporta

tion, 9 Part 122 Permits. See Licenses and permits. Production, testing, etc., of biological products (hog-cholera virus, anti

hog-cholera serum, and other biological products) at licensed estab

lishments, 9 Parts 114, 118, 119 Records and reports of tests, etc., of biological products, 9 Part 116 Reinspection of biological products, including those prepared at licensed

establishments or imported under permit, 9 $ 115.1 Reports of tests of biological products, 9 Part 116 Rules of practice. See General provisions and regulations, and rules of

practice. Samples of biological products, and labels on containers, 9 Part 112 Vectors and organisms; permits for importation and interstate transporta

tion, 9 Part 122 Walnuts:

See also Nuts and nut products.
Marketing of walnuts grown in California, Oregon, Washington, 7 Part 984
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards, for shelled English walnuts, 7 $ $ 51.2275–51.2295

Warehouses for, 7 Part 107
Warehouses for various agricultural commodities, regulations respecting:

Broomcorn warehouses, 7 Part 105
Canned food warehouses, 7 Part 110
Cherries in sulphur dioxide brine; warehouses, 7 Part 114
Cold-pack fruit warehouses, 7 Part 112
Cotton warehouses, 7 Part 101
Cottonseed warehouses, 7 Part 111
Dried bean warehouses, 7 Part 106
Dried fruit warehouses, 7 Part 109

Agriculture Department Continued
Warehouses for various agricultural commodities, regulations respecting-Con.

Dried peas, grain warehouse for, 7 Part 102
Field warehouses, 7 Part 151
Fruits, warehouses for:

Canned fruits, 7 Part 110
Cherries in sulphur dioxide brine, 7 Part 114
Cold-pack fruit, 7 Part 112

Dried fruit, 7 Part 109
Grain warehouses, 7 Part 102
Nuts warehouses, 7 Part 107
Seeds warehouses, 7 Parts 102, 113
Sirup warehouses, 7 Part 108
Tobacco warehouses, 7 Part 103
Vegetables (canned) warehouses, 7 Part 110

Wool warehouses, 7 Part 104
Watermelons:

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

Standards, 7 $ $ 51.1970–51.1981
Waxed and green beans. See Beans, snap.
Wheat:

See also Grains.
Acreage allotments, marketing quotas, etc., 7 Part 728
Crop insurance, 7 Part 418
Distress loan program, for wheat stored in temporary facilities, 6 Parts 473,

474
Export programs, wheat and wheat flour, 6 Part 481
Loan and purchase agreement programs:

1954 crop, 6 $$ 421.701-421.713

1955 crop, 6 $ $ 421.1026-421.1045
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Plant quarantine notices, 7 $$ 319.59—319.59–7
Standards, 7 $ $ 26.101–26.121

Warehouses, 7 Part 102
Whey. See Milk and milk products.
Wool:

Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Price support programs, for pulled or shorn wool, 6 Part 472
Standards, 7 Part 31

Warehouses, 7 Part 104
Yams:

See also Sweetpotatoes.

Plant quarantine notice, 7 $ 319.29
Youngberries. See Blackberries and similar berries.
Aid to foreign countries. See International Cooperation Administration; and State

Department.
Aid to States. See States.
Aid to students or trainees:

See also Fellowships and training grants.

Chinese students, teachers, etc., emergency aid to, 22 Part 67 Aids to navigation (lights, buoys, lightships, loran, etc.); regulations respecting.

See Coast Guard. Aids, grants, etc., to railroads or pipe line carriers; information to be furnished re

specting, 49 $ $ 150.2, 155.9, 158.9, 160.24 Air cargo:

Canal Zone, landing in; customs inspection, 35 $ $ 5.37, 5.105
- Carriers of. See Aircraft and air carriers.
Customs regulations, air commerce, 19 $$ 6.4–6.9

Foreign quarantine; public health measures, 42 $$ 71.510, 71.511
Air carriers. See Aircraft and air carriers.
Air compressors; export control, 15 § 399.1 (Group 7)
Air-conditioning equipment and parts:

Export control, 15 § 399.1 (Group 7)
Excise tax regulations, 26 $$ 316.70–316.73

Air defense identification zones; designation of, and rules for operations within,

14 Part 620
Air Force Department:

Active or inactive duty, for Reserves. See Reserve forces.
Air National Guard:
Application by officers for Federal recognition and promotion in Air Force

Reserve, 32 § 861.27
Aviation cadet training, 32 Part 874
Aircraft:

Air Force installations; use by other than Air Force aircraft, 32 Part 822
Ceremonies, celebrations and exhibitions; Air Force participation in, 32

Part 824
Aliens, employment of; security restriction, 32 $$ 805.51-805.61, 1011.901
Allowances. See Pay and allowances.
Appointment of officers:
Medical and dental officers:

In Regular Air Force, 32 Part 887

In Reserves. See Reserve forces. Reserve officers. See Reserve forces. Arrest of persons not subject to military law, 32 Part 803 Article 139, Uniform Code of Military Justice (property damage by military per

sonnel); claims against United States under, 32 $$ 836.51–836.56 Aviation cadet training; eligibility, examination, training and commission, etc.,

32 Part 874
Aviation instruction at non-Federal establishments, 32 Part 845
Awards. See Decorations, medals, awards.
Bands, Air Force; competition with civilian bands, 32 Part 808
Boards of review, etc.; powers, proceedings, etc.:

Correction of Military Records, Board for, 32 $$ 881.1-881.11
Disability Review Board, 32 88 881.30–881.38

Discharge Review Board, 32 $ $ 881.16–881.25
Cadets. See Aviation cadets.
Ceremonies, celebrations and exhibitions; Air Force participation in, 32 Part 824
Chaplains, appointment of, 32 $ $ 861.171-861.174, 861.501-861.505
Civil Air Patrol; claims against United States, 32 $$ 836.116–836.120
Civil authorities:

Delivery of Air Force personnel to, when accused of crime, 32 Part 813

Employment of troops in aid of, 32 Part 801, note
Claims:
Against United States, 32 Part 836
Article 139, Uniform Code of Military Justice (property damage by

personnel); claims under, 32 88 836.51-836.56
Civil Air Patrol claims, 32 $ $ 836.116–836.120
Combat pay, claims for, 32 $ $ 836.151-836.155
Foreign countries, claims arising in, 32 $ $ 836.61–836.83
General provisions; investigations, action by claimant, transfers and

assignments of claims, disclosure of information, etc., 32 $$ 836.1

836.6
Land acquired by Department, reimbursement to owners and tenants

for expenses of moving, etc., 32 $$ 836.121-836.138
Maritime claims, 32 $ $ 836.141-836.148
Non-negligence claims, 32 88 836.11-836.24
Personnel claims, 32 $ $ 836.90–836.108

Tort claims, 32 $$ 836.31-836.46
In favor of United States; payment for damage, etc., to Government prop-

erty, 32 Part 837

Maritime claims, 32 $ $ 837.11-837.15 Combat pay, claims for, by former personnel, 32 $$ 836.151–836.155 Conduct, standards of, for Air Force personnel, relating to conflict between

private interests and official duties, 32 Part 888 “Conflict of interests." See Conduct, standards of. Contractors; safeguarding military information, 32 Part 805 Correction of Military Records, Board for; procedure, etc., 32 $$ 881.1-881.11

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