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Aircraft and air carriers-Continued
Customs entry of certain aircraft, parts, equipment, etc.—Continued
Supplies or equipment:

Drawback on, 19 $ 22.18

In foreign trade zones, 19 $ 30.16 Temporay importation, not for sale, 19 $ 10.31 Danger areas (restricted areas) within which hazards to aircraft exist; desig

nation of areas within States, etc., 14 Part 608 Authority of Civil Aeronautics Administrator respecting designation, 14

$ 60.13a Development work for industry in wind tunnels and engine test facilities of

National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, 32 Part 1210 Distress signals or messages; radio communications. See Federal Communica

tions Commission. Economic regulations respecting accounts, certificates of public convenience and

necessity, officers and directors, rates, etc., of air carriers. See Civil Aero

nautics Board. Entry and clearance, airports of entry, etc.; customs regulations, 19 Part 6 Equipment, aircraft:

Airworthiness requirements. See Civil Aeronautics Board;
Recordation of ownership or encumbrances, 14 Parts 504, 505

Specifications, etc. See Civil Aeronautics Administration.
Excise tax on transportation of persons or property:

Persons, 26 $$ 130.50-130.79

Property, 26 Part 143
Explosives, transportation of, 14 Part 49
Export of aircraft, equipment, or supplies:

Aircraft, parts, etc., 15 $ $ 398.1, 399.1 (Group 7)
Airplane stores, supplies and equipment, and personal effects of crew, 15

$$ 371.13, 372.7, 398.1, 399.1 (Group 7)
Export declarations not required for plane stores, etc., 15 § 30.49
Restrictions on shipment to Communist China, Hong Kong and Macao, 32A

Chapter VII, T-1 and T-2
United States Munitions List; exportation of aircraft and supplies desig-

nated as implements of war, 22 $$ 75.3, 75.10, 75.74–75.76 Exportations by aircraft; foreign trade statistics; 15 $ 30.33 (b) Foreign air carriers; annual reporting of revenues for carrying imports to, and

expenditures in, the United States, 15 Part 802 Foreign countries, aircraft arriving in United States from: Air commerce regulations:

Customs regulations, 19 Part 6

Public health regulations, 42 $$ 71.501–71.514
Documentation of airmen employed abroad; visas, etc., 8 $8 211.1, 212.1
Foreign aircraft within United States:

Authorization of navigation of, etc. See Civil Aeronautics Board.
Radio transmitting apparatus; licensing and operation of, within

United States, 47 $ 9.313
Foreign-trade zones, supplies laden on aircraft in:

Customs regulations, 19 $ 30.16

Removal, 26 $ 199.3 Freight forwarders; civil air regulations and economic regulations. See Civil

Aeronautics Board. Government contracts with air lines; statutory exemption from provisions of

Public Contracts Act, 41 g 201.2 Helium gas to be used in American aircraft temporarily abroad, not to be con

sidered as exported, 22 $ 76.16 Instrument flight rules. See Civil Aeronautics Administration; and Civil Aero

nautics Board. Irregular (nonscheduled) air carriers; operations. See Civil Aeronautics Board. Labor disputes between carriers and their employees, 29 $ 1202.13 Mail, transportation of:

Postal regulations, 39 Part 96

Rates and schedules, etc., 14 Parts 231-234 Military Establishment aircraft: Air Force participation in civilian ceremonies, celebrations, and exhibi

tions, 32 Part 824

Aircraft and air carriers-Continued
Military Establishment aircraft-Continued
Civil air carriers conducting certain operations for Military Establishment;

classification and exemption, 14 Part 294
Purchase and maintenance of aircraft; Army Department regulations, 32

$ 590.352 Surplus aircraft, former; airworthiness requirements for limited category

aircraft, 14 Part 9
Transportation by military and naval aircraft, 32 Parts 31, 32, 33
Narcotics; seizure of aircraft transporting, 21 § 304.1 (f); 26 Parts 153, 466
National parks, monuments, recreation areas, etc.; landing of aircraft within:

Coulee Dam National Recreation Area, Washington, 36 $ 2.14
Death Valley National Monument, California, 36 $ 1.61 (a) (2)
Fort Jefferson National Monument, 36 $ 1.61 (a) (6)
Glacier Bay National Monument, Alaska, 36 $ 1.61 (a) (3)
Grand Teton National Park, 36 $ 1.61 (a) (4)
Katmai National Monument, 36 $ 1.61 (a) (5)
Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Arizona and Nevada, 36 $ 2.14
Mount McKinley National Park, 36 $ 1.61 (a) (1)
Superior National Forest, Minnesota; Superior Roadless Area, Little Indian

Sioux Roadless Area, and Caribou Roadless Area, 36 $ $ 251.26-251.31 Operation of aircraft. See Civil Aeronautics Administration; and Civil Aero

nautics Board. Radio services. See Federal Communications Commission. Recordation of ownership of aircraft or of encumbrances against, 14 Parts 503,

504, 505 Registration of aircraft and parts, 14 Parts 501, 502 Scheduled aircarriers, operations within and outside of continental United

States. See Civil Aeronautics Board. Security control of air traffic; designated air defense identification zones,

operating rules, etc., 14 Part 620 Seizure of aircraft operated in violation of statutes or regulations, 14 $ 408.24; 19

88 23.3, 23.31; 21 § 304.1 (f); 26 Parts 153, 466, 468; 31 Part 401 Supplies of liquors, tobocco, etc., for; excise tax regulations. See Internal

Revenue Service. Surplus aircraft, plants, facilities, etc., in foreign areas, disposal of; State De

partment regulations, 44 $$ 308.11, 308.12 United States Munitions List, item on; manufacture, importation or exporta

tion of aircraft as implements of war, 22 $$ 75.3, 75.74–75.76 Wages and hours provisions of Fair Labor Standards Act; exemption of em

ployees of air carriers from, 29 $ 786.1 Aircraft manufacturing industry; minimum wage determinations for workers em

ployed on public contracts, 41 $ 202.23 Airmail service; postal regulations:

See also Mail.
Classification, rates, etc., 39 Part 26
International airmail, 39 Part 109

Rates, 39 $$ 100.1, 102.2

Transportation, 39 § 96.7 Matter acceptable, 39 $ 15.7 Philately, 39 Part 35

Transportation of mail by air carriers, 39 Part 96
Airmen:
Aliens:
Crew manifests, quarantine, etc., for aircraft arriving in United States:

Customs regulations, 19 88 6.6, 6.7
Immigration regulations. See Immigration and Naturalization Service.

Public health regulations, 42 Part 71
Immigration regulations respecting admission, documentary requirements,

hospital or medical treatment, etc. See Immigration and Naturaliza

tion Service. Visas for. See Immigration and Naturalization Service; and State Depart

ment. Certificates and ratings for. See Civil Aeronautics Administration; Civil Aero

nautics Board; and Panama Canal. Entry of personal effects, 19 g 10.22

Airmen-Continued
Naval aviation training program:

Aviation cadets, training, 32 Part 874
Aviation instruction at non-Federal institutions, 32 Part 845
Mustering-out payments to trainees, 32 $ 717.8

Naval Reserve, 32 $$ 713.531-713.535
Recurrent voyages; certificate for registration of cameras, radios, binoculars,

etc., 19 $ 10.28 (b)
Airplanes. See Aircraft.
Airports:
Air commerce; customs regulations, 19 Part 6

Airports of entry, 19 $ 6.13
Air traffic rules, 14 Parts 60, 617, 620
Aircraft rules and general rules for certain airports:
Alaska:

Anchorage Airport and Fairbanks Airport, 14 Part 580

Cold Bay Airport, 14 Part 575
Canton and Wake Islands, 14 Part 575

Washington National Airport, 14 Part 570
Airport to airport mileage record by air carriers; economic regulations, 14 & 247.1
Aliens arriving at:

Customs regulations, 19 Part 6
Immigration regulations, 8 Parts 231, 239

Public Health Service regulations; medical examination, etc., 42 Parts 34, 71
Instrument approach procedure, 14 Part 609
Public airports, development, rehabilitation, etc.; Federal aid for, 14 Parts 550,

555, 560, 565 Public lands, lease of, for airports and aviation fields, 43 Part 251 Release of airport property from restrictions of surplus airport property instru

ments of disposal, 14 Part 565 Security control of air traffic, 14 Part 620 Surplus airport property, disposal of: Functions of Civil Aeronautics Administration in connection with disposal,

44 $ 101.51
In foreign areas; State Department regulations, 44 $$ 308.11, 308.12
Traffic patterns for certain airports:
Alaska:
Anchorage Airport and Lake Hood-Lake Spenard Landing Area, 14

$ 60.18-5
Fairbanks Airport and Chena River Landing Area, 14 $ 60.18-6
LaGuardia, New York International, and Newark Airports, 14 $ 60.18-4

Washington National Airport, 14 $ 60.18–7
Washington National Airport:

Aeronautical and general regulations respecting, 14 Part 570

Traffic patterns, 14 § 60.1847
Airships:

See also Aircraft.
Air traffic rules, etc., 14 § 60.60
Helium, restrictions on sale of, for purposes of airship inflation, 30 $ 1.14 (a)

Lighter-than-air pilot certificates for pilots of, 14 Part 22
Airspace reservations:

Canal Zone, Airspace Reservation, 35 $ $ 5.2, 5.102
Guam Naval Airspace Reservation, 32 Part 761
Superior National Forest, Minnesota, airspace reservation over, 36 S$251.26–

251.31
Airspace restricted areas; flight rules, 14 $$ 60.13-60.13a, 60.60
Airstrips, transfers of public lands for, 43 $ 244.54
Airways, civil; designation of, etc. See Civil Aeronautics Administration.
Airworthiness requirements for various types of aircraft or equipment:

Civil áir regulations. See Civil Aeronautics Board.

Issuance of certificates, 14 Part 406
Alabama lands:
Coal lands:

Authorization of public sales, 43 Part 250, note

Homestead entry on, 43 $S 102.14–102.18
Swamp lands, grants to States; selection, patenting, etc., 43 Part 271

Alaska:

Age certificates, for minors, 29 $ 4.22
Agricultural conservation program, 7 Part 1104
Air carriers, Alaskan:

Classification and exemption, 14 Part 292

Reports, 14 Part 243
Air commerce; customs regulations, 19 Part 6
Aircraft, restricted areas for, 14 § 608.61
Airports:
Aircraft rules and general rules for certain airports:

Anchorage Airport and Fairbanks Airport, 14 Part 580

Cold Bay Airport, 14 Part 575
Traffic patterns, for Anchorage and Fairbanks Airports, and certain landing

areas, 14 $$ 60.18–5, 60.1846 Alaska Housing Authority:

Sale of townsites to, 43 $ 80.14a

Transfer of certain lands to, 43 $ $ 75.13–75.18 Alaska Public Works Act; transfer of jurisdiction over public lands for use

under, 43 $ 72.3 Alaska Railroad:

Rights-of-way for, 43 Part 74

Townsite regulations, 43 $$ 80.100–80.102 Alaska Rural Rehabilitation Corporation; preference rights in sales of lands

in Matanuska Valley, 43 $$ 75.1–75.12 Alaska University; grants for agricultural college and school of mines, 43

$$ 76.4–76.6 Coal mining; operating and safety regulations for, 30 Part 216 Communications companies (telephone, telegraph, radio) or licensees in; tariffs,

47 $ 61.138 Customs district and ports of entry, etc., 19 $$ 1.1, 1.4, 1.5, 1.6

Airports of entry, 19 $ 6.13 Employment in: Alaska Territorial Employment Service; registration with, for railroad

unemployment benefits, 20 $ 325.18 Compensation for injury or death of certain employees in; regulations of

Employees' Compensation Bureau. See Employees' Compensation

Bureau.
Railroad unemployment benefits, registration with Alaska Territorial Em-

ployment Service for, 20 $ 325.18 Exports to or from; export declarations, 15 $$ 30.30, 30.33b, 30.45 Federal Reserve District, designation of, for collection of noncash items, etc.,

12 $ $ 207.51, 210.51
Fisheries, commercial. See Fish and Wildlife Service.
Forests; regulations respecting use, etc. See Land Management Bureau.
Fur farming:

Leases of public lands for, 43 Part 62

Licenses and duties of fur farmers, etc., 9 Part 160 Gold coin, etc.; mailing of, from or within, 39 $ 25.2 (b) (5) Grazing districts; establishment of, issuance of grazing leases, etc., 43 Part 63 Health and welfare; grants for maternal and child health and welfare services.

See Labor Department. Hospital, medical, etc., care for Indians and Eskimos, in public health facilities,

42 Part 36 Housing Authority. See Alaska Housing Authority. Housing; mortgage insurance. See Federal Housing Administration. Hunting and protection of game and fur animals, birds, etc. See Alaska Game

Commission; and Fish and Wildlife Service. Mineral lands and minerals; mining, mineral leasing, etc. See Land Manage

ment Bureau. Minors; documents having effect as Federal certificates of age for employment,

29 $ 4.22
National wildlife refuges; protection of wildlife, use, etc.:

Aleutian Islands National Wildlife Refuge, 50 $$ 36.2–36.13
Kenai National Moose Range, 50 $ $ 36.41-36.54
Nunivak National Wildlife Refuge, 50 $$ 36.21–36.27

Alaska-Continued
Natives (Indians and Eskimos); regulations affecting:

Allotments and reservations, 43 Part 67
Annette Islands Reserve, occupancy by Metlakahtla Indians and other

natives, 25 Part 1
Hand-made products of Eskimos, use of Government mark of genuineness

on, 25 Part 310
Hospital, medical, etc., care in public health facilities, 42 Part 36
Hunting and fishing rights, claims to lands and waters, etc., 50 $$ 6.5,

46.4, 46.5, 46.31, 101.6, 102.21a
Reindeer, declarations of ownership, 25 Part 2

Trustee towns and townsites, 43 $S 80.18–80.27
Public lands in, regulations respecting entry, use, etc. See Land Management

Bureau.
Radio services in. See Federal Communications Commission.
Railroads:

Operation of; authority of Secretary of Interior, 48 $ 5.1
Rights-of-way for, 43 Part 74

Townsite regulations, 43 $S 80.100–80.102
Rights-of-way, for roads, water ways, telephone, telegraph and power lines,

etc., 43 Part 74 School lunch program; apportionment of assistance funds under National School

Lunch Act, 7 Part 210 Telephone and telegraph lines, operation of; authority of Secretary of Interior,

48 $ 5.1 Timber on public lands; sales, free use, etc., 43 Part 79 Townsites; reservations, administration, Indian towns, etc., 43 Part 80 U. S. S. North Star, operation between Seattle, Washington, and stations of

Alaska Native Service and other Government agencies in Alaska, 25 $ $ 3.1

3.11 Vessels; inspection, 46 $ 2.01-80 Wildlife protection. See Fish and Wildlife Service.

Alaska Game Commission:
Fur management areas, 50 Part 164

Arctic Slope Area 50 $ 164.2
Koyukuk Area, 50 $ 164.1

Upper Tanana River Area, 50 164.3
Guides:

Employment of, by nonresidents and aliens, 50 $ 161.1

Guide licenses, qualifications for and issuance, 50 $ 161.2 Licenses:

Guide licenses, issuance of, 50 $ 161.2

Resident trapping, hunting, and fishing licenses, 50 $ 163.1 Poisons, designation of, whose use is prohibited in killing of game or fur

animals or birds; possession, sale, etc., 50 $ 162.1 Alcohol:

See also Liquors, distilled spirits, etc.
Customs entry, 19 $$ 10.99, 22.22–22.26
Excise tax regulations. See Internal Revenue Service.

Export control; industrial alcohol, 15 § 399.1 (Group 8)
Alcoholic beverages. See Liquors, distilled spirits, etc.
Aleutian Islands National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska; hunting, etc., 50 $$ 36.2–36.13
Alfalfa seeds. See Seeds.

Alien Property, Office of:
Blocked assets:
General regulations, licenses, rulings, etc., respecting, 8 Part 511

Definitions, licenses, penalties, etc., 8 $ $ 511.01-511.04
General licenses, 8 $8 511.1-511.102
General rulings, 8 88 511.201-511.220

Public circulars, $ $ 511.302–511.340
Hawaii; general licenses and public circulars issued by Governor, 8

$ $ 511.401, 511.510

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