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Panama Canal (Canal Zone Government and Panama Canal Company Con.
Taxes on drugs or narcotics; payment by dealers or dispensers:
Internal revenue taxes; registration of information in connection with,

35 $ 16.3
Special tax, payment of, 35 $ 16.3
Tolls for use of Canal, 35 Part 27
Board of Admeasurement; application and interpretation of rules, 35

§ 27.95
Certificates, tonnage. See Levying of tolls; Gross tonnage; and Net

tonnage.
Gross tonnage, determination of, 35 $ $ 27.20–27.52

Closed in spaces, 35 $ $ 27.22–27.24
Covered space, 35 $ $ 27.22–27.24
Deductions from, to ascertain net tonnage. See Net tonnage, deter-

mination of.
Empty vessels, rules for measurement of gross tonnage of, 35 $ $ 27.37-

27.48 Exempted from measurement and gross tonnage, certain spaces, 35

$ $ 27.25-27.32 Spaces available for passengers not to be exempted, 35 $ 27.33,

27.34
Laden vessels, rules for measurement of gross tonnage of, 35 88 27.49–

27.51
Moorsom system of measurement, 35 $ $ 27.35, 27.36
Open vessels, rules for measurement of gross tonnage of, 35 $ 27.52
Permanently covered and closed in space, 35 $ $ 27.22–27.24
Spaces to be included or exempted, 35 $ $ 27.20, 27.21
System (Moorsom) for measurement of cubical contents of spaces

included in gross tonnage, 35 $ $ 27.35, 27.36
Tonnage certificates, officials authorized to measure vessels and issue

or correct certificates, 35 $ $ 27.86–27.88
Levying of tolls, 35 88 27.2–27.8

Measurements, plans and copies (making and correction of), 35 $ 27.3
Retention, temporary, of certificate at Canal, 35 $ 27.4
Small vessels, partial transit by, 35 $ 27.8
Tolls:

Exemption; vessels transiting for repairs, 35 $ 27.6
Vessels in ballast, 35 $ 27.5

Vessels making partial transit and return, 35 $ 27.7
Tonnage certificates, 35 $ 27.2
Measurement of vessels:

See also Gross tonnage; and Net tonnage.
General provisions, 35 88 27.17-27.19

Colliers, vessels included as, 35 $ 27.19
Supply ships, vessels included as, 35 $ 27.19
Vessels generally to present tonnage certificate to be measured,

35 $ 27.17
Warships:

See also Vessels of war.
To present documents stating displacement tonnage, 35 $ 27.18

Vessels included as, 35 $ 27.19
Net tonnage, determination of, 35 $ $ 27.53–27.88

All vessels, 35 $ $ 27.53, 27.55–27.69
Deducted spaces, miscellaneous provisions respecting, 35 $ $ 27.54, 27.84,

27.85
Tonnage certificates; officials authorized to measure vessels and issue

or correct certificates, 35 $ $ 27.86–27.88 Vessels propelled by engines, additional deductions allowed, 35 $ $ 27.70–

27.76 Vessels with bunkers having movable partitions, or having fuel-oil

compartments that may be used to stow cargo or stores, pro

pelling power deduction for, 35 $ $ 27.77–27.80 See also Deducted spaces.

Panama Canal (Canal Zone Government and Panama Canal Company Con.
Tolls for use of Canal, 35 Part 27–Continued
Net tonnage, determination of-Continued
Vessels with fixed bunkers, or having fuel-oil compartments that can-

not be used to stow cargo or stores, propelling power deduction for,

35 $ $ 27.81-27.83
Rates of tolls, 35 $ 27.1
Tolls:

Levying of. See Levying of tolls.
Payment of, revocation of provisions respecting, Canal Zone Order 36

(35 Chapter I, Appendix)
Rates of, 35 $ 27.1
Vessels of war, other than Army and Navy transports, colliers, supply ships,

and hospital ships, rules applying to: Displacement: Commander of warship to exhibit vessel's displacement scale and

curves, 35 $ 27.92 Determination and expression of actual displacement of warships

not supplied with displacement scale and curves, 35 $ 27.93 Determining displacement of warship not supplied with displace

ment scale and curves, 35 $ 27.94
Tolls on warships levied upon actual displacement, 35 $ 27.89
Draft, anchoring of warships to facilitate ascertainment of, 35 $ 27.91
Measurement of warships, 35 $ $ 27.18, 27.19

“Warships" defined, 35 $ 27.90 Tonnage of vessels, determination of, in connection with tolls for use of Canal.

See Tolls for use of Canal. Typhus; quarantine requirements, 35 $ 24.84 Undesirables, exclusion of. See Exclusion and deportation of persons. Vaccination, compulsory, for smallpox; persons residing or working in Canal

Zone, 35 $ 24.150, and Canal Zone Orders 10, 41 (35 Chapter I, Appendix) Vessels: Belligerent or neutral countries, vessels of; regulations respecting, in con

nection with protection of Canal and maintenance of its neutrality

35 $ $ 4.164-4.176
Customs regulations affecting. See Customs.
Inspection of, 35 Part 12
Board of Local Inspectors:

Accidents; reports, investigation, etc., 35 $ $ 12.6, 12.7, 12.11
Employment of inspectors, 35 $ 12.3
Inspection of records of Board, 35 $ 12.10
Officials constituting, 35 $ 12.2
Recorder of Board, 35 $ $ 12.4, 12.5

Reports to Governor, 35 88 12.8, 12.9
Supervising inspector (Marine Director), 35 $$ 12.1, 12.2a
Measurements of vessels, in connection with tolls for use of Canal. See

Tolls for use of Canal.
Operation and navigation regulations for vessels. See Operation and navi-

gation of Panama Canal.
Pratique, vessels. See Sanitation, health, and quarantine.
Quarantine inspections. See Sanitation, health, and quarantine.
Safeguarding. See Safeguarding of vessels, harbors, ports.
Tolls, rates of. See Tolls for use of Canal.
Tonnage, determination of, in connection with tolls for use of Canal. See

Tolls for use of Canal.
Undesirable or excludable persons; precautions required of vessels, etc.,

35 88 10.22–10.26 Visaing of alien crew lists by customs officers, 35 % 25.2 Vital statistics (births, deaths, etc.), Canal Zone Order 21 (35 Chapter 1,

Appendix) Wastes, vessel; discharging into Canal, 35 $ $ 4.152-4.155 Waterfront facilities, safeguarding of. See Safeguarding of vessels, harbors,

ports, and waterfront facilities. Yellow fever; quarantine requirements, etc., 35 $ $ 24.44, 24.45, 24.54, 24.55, 24.85,

24.86

Papago Indian Reservation, Arizona:

Exchanges of lands for extension of, 43 $$ 149.78, 149.79

Mineral locations in, 43 § 185.37
Paper and paper products:

British Token Import Plan, export to United Kingdom under, 15 $ 361.13
Currency and securities of United States, distinctive paper for, 31 Part 300
Employment of minors in occupations involving operation of machinery, 29 $ 4.63
Export control, 15 $$ 373.28, 399.1 (Group 4)
Glass opacity standards, for paper industry; standard samples, 15 $ 230.11 (w)
Paper manufacturing industries; minimum wage determinations for persons

employed on public contracts, 41 $ $ 202.13, 202.33 Procurement of paper and paperboard by Government agencies, 44 & 53.5 (h) Trade practice conference rules, for various paper manufacturing industries:

Bag, paper, 16 Part 24
Boxes, paper:

Folding, 16 Part 147

Set-up, 16 Part 211
Drinking straw manufacturing, 16 Part 108
Fine and wrapping paper distributing, 16 Part 189
Gummed paper and sealing tape, 16 Part 19
Stationery, bank and commercial, 16 Part 60
Wall paper, 16 Part 35
Waste paper dealers and packers, 16 Part 81
Waterproof paper (asphaltic type), 16 Part 219
Wrapping papers:

Distributing, 16 Part 189
Transparent and translucent materials, multi-color printers of, 16

Part 70
United States currency and other securities, distinctive paper for; regulations

of Public Debt Bureau, Treasury Department, 31 Part 300 Parachute lofts and parachute riggers; issuance of certificates for:

Lofts, 14 Parts 54, 406

Riggers, 14 Parts 25, 406 Parachutes:

Approved types, etc.; civil air regulations, 14 § 43.49

Export control of parachutes, etc., 15 $$ 399.1 (Group 3), 399.2, Interpretation 5 Parades. See Ceremonies, exhibitions, etc. Paraldehyde (habit-forming drug). See Drugs. Parcel post; domestic and international mail service. See Post Office Department. Pardon for persons committing offenses against United States; petitions for Execu

tive clemency, regulations respecting, 28 Part 1 Parents:

Dependents. See Dependents.
Employment of their children by; exemption from child labor provisions of

Fair Labor Standards Act, 29 $ 4.126
Parity prices, determination of, for various agricultural commodities (grains, seeds,

nuts, fruits, vegetables, olives, honey, hops, livestock, milk, poultry, eggs, rice,

sugar, oilseeds, mohair, cotton, wool, tobacco, pine gum, etc.), 7 Part 5
Parking meter industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 196
Parks, parkways, and recreational areas:

See also National forests, parks, monuments, etc.
Alaska; sale or lease of public lands for, 43 $ 72.2
Disposal of surplus property for, 44 $ 101.52
Sale of public lands for, to cities and towns, 43 Part 254
State grants for park purposes, 43 Part 270

State parks, lands patented for; mineral leases, 43 $ $ 199.40–199.56
Parole of aliens into United States; immigration regulations, 8 $ $ 212.9, 252a.4
Parole of persons convicted of offenses against United States, regulations respecting,

28 Part 2 Parsnips. See Vegetables. Part time Federal employees; leave regulations, 5 $ $ 30.501-30.504 Partnerships, income tax regulations, 26 $$ 39.181–39.191-2 Passenger carriers: Air carriers. See Civil Aeronautics Administration; and Civil Aeronautics

Board.

Passenger carriers-Continued
Rail, motor, and water carriers in interstate commerce. See Interstate Com-

merce Commission. Vessels and maritime carriers of passengers. See Coast Guard; and Maritime

Administration.
Passengers, on aircraft or vessels:

See also Passenger carriers.
Canal Zone regulations respecting. See Panama Canal.
Customs regulations respecting. See Customs Bureau.
Immigration regulations; visas, etc. See Immigration and Naturalization Sery-

ice; and State Department.
Quarantine, and medical care of aliens. See Public Health Service.
Passes and free transportation:
By air carriers; free transportation of postal employees and safety inspectors,

14 Parts 223, 224, 233 By railroads, motor carriers and water carriers, 49 Parts 101, 201, 330

For railroad retirement beneficiaries, 20 $ 262.10 Passports and other travel documents of aliens or American nationals; issuance of,

etc. See Imn ration and Naturalization Service; and State Department. Patent Office, Commerce Department: Patents:

Foreign countries, filing of patent applications in, 37 $ $ 5.11–5.17
Forms for patent cases, 37 Part 3
Government interests in patents, register of; requirements, assignments,

licenses, etc., 37 Part 7
Rules of practice, 37 Part 1
Agents and attorneys:

Appointment in prosecution of application, 37 $$ 1.31-1.36

Recognition, 37 $$ 1.341-1.348
Allowance and issue, 37 $$ 1.311-1.317
Amendment of rules, publication, 37 $ $ 1.351, 1.352
Appeals:

Board of Appeals, 37 $$ 1.191–1.198
Commissioner, 37 $$ 1.181–1.184

U.S. Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, 37 $$ 1.301–1.304
Applicants:

Action and further consideration, 37 $$ 1.111-1.113
Correspondence, 37 $$ 1.1–1.7
Interviews, 37 § 1.133
Oath, 37 $ $ 1.65–1.67
Petition for patent, 37 § 1.61
Qualifications, 37 $ $ 1.41-1.47

Response time; abandonment of application, 37 $$ 1.135–1.138
Applications:

Abandonment; time for response by applicant, 37 $$ 1.135–1.138
Amendments, 37 $$ 1.115–1.127
Assignments and recording, 37 $$ 1.331–1.334
Division of application in case of multiple inventions, or joinder

of inventions in one application, 37 $$ 1.141-1.147
Joinder of inventions in one application, or division of application

in case of multiple inventions, 37 $$ 1.141-1.147
Examination, 37 $ $ 1.101–1.108
General requirements, 37 8$ 1.51-1.59
Interferences:

Definition, preparation, declaration, 37 $$ 1.201-1.212
Miscellaneous provisions, 37 $ $ 1.241–1.248
Motion period, dissolution, reformation, 37 $$ 1.231-1.238
Preliminary statement, 37 $ $ 1.215–1.227
Termination of interference, 37 88 1.261-1.267
Testimony, 37 $$ 1.271–1.286

Trial, 37 $ $ 1.251–1.259
Petition for patent, 37 g 1.61
Prosecution of application and appointment of attorney or agent,

37 88 1.31-1.36

Patent Office, Commerce Department—Continued
Patents Continued
Rules of practice, 37 Part 1-Continued
Applications Continued

Recording and assignments, 37 $$ 1.331–1.334
Reissue of patent, application for, 37 $$ 1.171-1.179

Rejections, affidavits overcoming, 37 $ $ 1.131, 1.132
Assignments and recording, 37 88 1.331-1.334
Attorneys and agents:

Appointment in prosecution of application, 37 $$ 1.31-1.36

Recognition, 37 $ $ 1.341-1.348
Correction of errors in patents, 37 38 1.322–1.325
Correspondence, 37 $$ 1.1-1.7
Design patents, 37 $$ 1.151-1.155
Disclaimer, 37 § 1.321
Drawings, 37 $ $ 1.81–1.88
Exhibits, models, specimens, 37 $ $ 1.91-1.95
Fees and payment of money, 37 $$ 1.21–1.26
Files and records, 37 $$ 1.11-1.14
General information and correspondence, 37 $$ 1.1-1.7
Issue and allowance, 37 $ $ 1.311-1.317
Models, exhibits, specimens, 37 $$ 1.91–1.95
Official Gazette, 37 $$ 1.21, 1.84 (k)
Payment of money and fees, 37 $ $ 1.21–1.26
Petitions to and action by the Commissioner, 37 $$ 1.181-1.184
Plant patents, 37 $$ 1.161-1.167
Protests, 37 $ 1.291
Public use proceeding, 37 g 1.292
Recording of assignments, 37 $$ 1.331-1.334
Records and files, 37 $ $ 1.11-1.14
Specifications, 37 $$ 1.71–1.79

Specimens, models, exhibits, 37 $$ 1.91–1.95
Secrecy of certain inventions, and licenses to file applications in foreign

countries, 37 Part 5
Foreign filing, licenses for, 37 $$ 5.11-5.17

Effect of secrecy order, 37 g 5.16
General regulations respecting use English language, effect of modifi-

cation, rescission or license, and correspondence, 37 88 5.21–5.23 Secrecy orders, 37 $$ 5.1-5.8

Appeal to Secretary from secrecy order, 37 $ 5.8
Compensation, request for, 37 g 5.7
Defense agencies, inspection of certain applications, 37 $ 5.1
Disclosure or modification of secrecy order, 37 $ $ 5.5, 5.6
General and group permits, 37 $ 5.6
Issuance of order, 37 $ 5.2
Prosecution of application under secrecy order; withholding patent,

37 $ 5.3

Rescission of secrecy order, petition for, 37 $ 5.4
Trade-marks:
Classification of goods and services under Trademark Act, 37 Part 6

Rules of practice respecting, 37 $$ 2.85–2.88
Forms for trade-mark cases, 37 Part 4
Rules of practice, 37 Part 2
Affidavits:
Cancellation of registration for failure to file during sixth year,

37 $ $ 2.161-2.165
Incontestability, acquirement of, 37 $ $ 2.167, 2. 168
Amendment of rules, 37 $ 2.189
Appeals, 37 $ $ 2.141-2.145
Applicability of certain general patent rules, 37 2.1
Applications for registration, 37 38 2.21-2.75

Allowance and publication, 37 $$ 2.81-2.84
Amendment of application, 37 $$ 2.71-2.75
Cancellation, petition for, 37 $ $ 2.111-2.114
Drawings and specimens, 37 88 2.51-2.58

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