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State Department-Continued
Shipping and seamen-Continued
Ownership of vessels; transfers of vessels abroad to or from American

ownership, 22 Part 132
Seamen:
Alien seamen, nonimmigrant crewmen, entering United States; visas,

22 $$ 41.60-41.69
American seamen; passports, 22 $ $ 51.45–51.48
Deceased seamen and their effects; burial or shipment of remains, re-

ports of death, sale and disposition of effects, etc., 22 Part 130
General regulations respecting status of seamen, effect of employment

on American or foreign vessels, etc., 22 Part 126
Mutiny; duties of consular oficers respecting, 22 § 128.11 (e)
Passports for, 22 $8 51.45–51.48
Protests, disputes and offenses; collective and legal rights of seamen

and rights to survey, jurisdiction over offenses committed on high
seas, ashore, etc., consular investigation and arbitration of disputes

and responsibility for offenses, 22 Part 128
Relief and repatriation of seamen; financial and other responsibility of

shippers and Government, destitute, shipwrecked, or disabled sea-
men, deserters, relief provisions, repatriation procedure, ports, etc.,

22 Part 129
Shipment and discharge in foreign ports, 22 $$ 127.15, 127.16

Fees for services in connection with, 22 § 133.4

Visas for nonimmigrant crewmen, 22 88 41.60–41.69
Small Claims Act, settlement of tort claims under, 22 $$ 62.16–62.19
State officials, retention of fees for execution of applications for passports, 22

$ 51.39
Stateless persons and persons who may have dual nationality; determination of

status for licensing purposes under Trading with the Enemy Act, 22 $ 80.7
Stolen property, treatment of, under treaty with Mexico, 22 Part 20
Students, teachers, etc., from other countries:

See also Educational cooperation programs.

Visas for, 22 $8 41.41, 41.80, 41.100
Study and research in Department, 22 Part 10

Classified material, availability of, 22 $ 10.2
Definition of records, 22 § 10.1
Use of records:
By officials of United States Government other than officers of Depart-

ment, 22 $ 10.3

By persons not officials of United States Government, 22 $ 10.4
Subversive aliens; ineligible immigrants, 22 § 42.42
Surplus property located in foreign areas, disposal of:
Foreign currencies and credits acquired in connection with disposition of

property, administration of; regulations of Accounts Bureau, Treasury

Department, 31 Part 280
Regulations for disposal of certain commodities, properties, plants and

facilities, etc., 44 Part 308
Agricultural commodities, disposal of, 44 $ 308.14
Aircraft and plants, facilities and property; disposal of, 44 $$ 308.11,

308.12
Care and handling by owning agencies, or by Army and Navy Depart-

ments, 44 $ 308.17
Containers (burlap bags and strips, steel, shipping barrels, drums, and

pails) originally produced in United States; importation on or be-

fore June 30, 1949, 44 $ 308.56
Contractor inventories, 44 8 308.18
Cotton goods, disposal of, 44 $ 308.14
Customs duties, foreign, or foreign taxes, on surplus property; negotia-

tion with foreign governments respecting, 44 8 308.16 (f)
Declarations of surplus property, 44 8 308.6
Definitions, 44 $ 308.1
Delegation of authority, 44 $$ 308.4, 308.20, 308.56
Destruction or abandonment, 44 88 308.10

State Department Continued
Surplus property located in foreign areas, disposal of_Continued
Regulations for disposal of certain commodities, properties, plants—Con.

Disposal policies; price, purchaser priority, payment, etc., 44 $ 308.16
Donations, 44 $ 308.9
Electrical equipment, disposal of, 44 § 308.11
Exemptions from Surplus Property Act, 44 $ 308.7
Food and agricultural commodities, disposal of, 44 $ 308.14
Foreign customs duties or foreign taxes on surplus property; negotiation

with foreign governments respecting, 44 $ 308.16 (f)
Foreign Liquidation Commissioner, Office of; designation as disposal

agency, 44 $ 308.3
Forms for declaration of surplus property, 44 $ 308.52
Importations of surplus property originally produced in United States,

44 $ 308.15
Exceptions; certain property in transit on or before June 30, 1949:
Burlap bags, steel containers, barrels, drums and pails, tele-

phone and telegraph equipment, etc., 44 $ 308.56

Iron and steel machinery, equipment and parts, 44 $ 308.56
Inconsistent regulations, 44 $ 308.19
Inventories, contractor, 44 $ 308.18
Iron and steel machinery, equipment and parts originally produced in

United States; importation on or before June 30, 1949, 44 $ 308.56
Military operations, active theaters of, 44 $ 308.5
Payments (in money or other consideration), for surplus property;

policy, 44 $ 308.16
Pipelines. See Plants, pipe lines.
Plants, pipe lines or other installations costing $1,000,000 or more, 44

$ 308.13
Price, for surplus property; policy, 44 $ 308.16
Purchasers, of surplus property; policy, 44 $ 308.16
Radio equipment, disposal of, 44 $ 308.11
Scope, 44 $ 308.2
Shipyards and facilities, disposal of, 44 $ 308.11
Telephone and telegraph equipment originally produced in United

States; importation on or before June 30, 1949, 44 $ 308.56
Transportation facilities, disposal of, 44 $ 308.11
Utilization of surplus property by Federal agencies, 44 $ 308.8
War Stores Disposal Board of Union of South Africa; approval of dele-

gation of disposal authority to, 44 $ 308.54
Woolen goods, disposal of, 44 $ 308.14

etc. (items on United States Munitions List); manufacture, importation
or exportation of. See Arms, ammunition, implements of war, etc.
Tariff acts; answering inquiries regarding, by consular officers, 22 $ 114.4
Tariff Commission representatives, assistance to, by consular officers, 22 § 114.6
Tariff of United States Foreign Service fees, to be charged for official services,

22 $ 103.1
Teachers. See Students, teachers.
Technical and cultural-cooperation program, between United States and other

countries, for training and education of foreign and United States

students and leaders, 22 Part 65
See also Educational cooperation programs.
Technical data. See Arms, ammunition, implements of war, etc.
Temporary workers, visitors, etc., nonimmigrant; visas for, 22 $ $ 41.40–41.42,

41.100, 41.101
Territorial areas; designation by Secretary of State for purpose of granting

additional compensation to Federal personnel on duty in, 5 Part 326
Tort claims, 22 Part 62

Acceptance of settlement by claimant, 22 $ 62.6
Action by claimant, 22 $ 62.4
Approval of claim, 22 $ 62.5
Definitions, 22 $ 62.3
Delegation of authority for adjudication and settlement of claims, 22 $ 62.2

State Department Continued
Tort claims, 22 Part 62–Continued

Purpose of regulations, 22 $ 62.1
Settlement of claims under various acts:

Act of June 19, 1939, 22 $$ 62.20-62.24
Federal Tort Claims Act, 22 $$ 62.7-62.15

Small Claims Act, 22 $$ 62.16–62.19
Trade, foreign; services in connection with, to be performed for American busi-

nessmen and organizations, by Foreign Service officers, 22 $ 106.3
Traders, treaty; visas for, 22 $ $ 41.70-41.76
Trading with enemy; licenses for transportation, 22 Part 80
American transportation companies, firms, individuals, etc.:

Advance notice regarding persons applying for passage, 22 $ 80.6
Requests to American agencies not to carry persons whose carriage

would endanger rights and interests of United States, 22 $ 80.10
Transportation of citizen or subject of enemy nation or ally of enemy

nation without license prohibited, 22 $ 80.4
Definitions, 22 $ 80.1
Licenses:
Applications for required licenses not covered by general license, 22

$ 80.8
Diplomatic and consular officers of Western Hemisphere countries au-

thorized to issue licenses, 22 $ 80.5
General license for transportation, 22 $ 80.2

Withdrawal of general license, right of, 22 $ 80.3
Panama Canal Zone; licenses granted not to include travel through, 22

$ 80.11
Permit to enter United States, temporary suspension of, 22 $ 80.9

Stateless persons and persons who may have dual nationality, 22 $ 80.7
Trainees, students, etc., from other countries:

See also Educational cooperation programs.

Visas for, 22 $$ 41.41, 41.80, 41.100
Training grants in various fields; awards of, in cultural-cooperation programs.

See Educational cooperation programs.
Transportation of citizen or subject of enemy nation or ally of enemy nation.

See Trading with enemy.
Travel documents of American nationals abroad:

See also Passports.
Duties of Foreign Service officers in connection with, 22 § 107.3
Fees for services in connection with, performed by Foreign Service officials,

22 § 103.1
Travel of persons subject to Trading with the Enemy Act. See Trading with

enemy.
Treaty traders; visas for, 22 $$ 41.70-41.76
Unhealthful posts in foreign areas; additional compensation and credit. See

Foreign duty.
United Nations, certain aliens in transit to; visas, 22 & 41.52
United States Government officials and employees of. See Government em.

ployees.
Validity periods or validation of passports or visas. See Passports; and Visas.
Vessels:

See also Shipping and seamen.
Naval force, request for, in foreign port; duties of Foreign Service officer

respecting, 22 $ 109.2
Vessels of war (items on United States Munitions List); manufacture, im.

portation, or exportation of. See Arms ammunition, implements of

war, etc.
Visas:
Diplomatic visas; officers authorized to grant, types of, eligibility of aliens

to receive, application, procedure in granting, fees, records, etc., 22

Part 40
Fees for services for aliens in connection with, performed by Foreign Sery-

ice officials; tariff of fees, 22 g 103.1 (Item,7)

State Department-Continued
Visas-Continued
Immigrants, documentation of, under Immigration and Nationality Act,

22 Part 42
Applications, 22 $$ 42.30, 42.31, 42.35
Asians, quotas, etc., 22 $$ 42.14–42.18
Classes of immigrants:

Nonquota immigrants, 22 $$ 42.4-42.9

Quota immigrants, 22 $$ 42.10–42.13
Classification of immigrants, 22 $ $ 42.2, 42.3
Definitions, 22 § 42.1
Examination, physical and mental, 22 $ 42.37
Exemptions from immigrant visa requirements, 22 § 42.29
Fingerprinting of immigrants, 22 $ 42.38
Ineligible immigrants, 22 & 42.42
Issuance of immigrant visas; authority and procedure, 22 $$ 42.40, 42.41
Nonquota immigrants, classes of, 22 $$ 42.4–42.9
Passport requirements, 22 $ 42.36
Priority of consideration of quota cases, petitions for nonquota status,

etc., 22 $$ 42.25–42.28
Quota immigrants, classes of, 22 $$ 42.10–42.13
Refusal and revocation of immigrant visas; procedure, refund of visa

fees, etc., 22 $$ 42.43–42.46
Registration and fingerprinting of immigrants, 22 § 42.38
Transfer of jurisdiction, 22 § 42.49

Validity and revalidation, 22 $$ 42.47-42.48
Nonimmigrant aliens, documentation of, under Immigration and Nation-

ality Act, 22 Part 41
Border-crossing identification cards, nonresident aliens', 22 $ 41.20
Classification of nonimmigrants for purposes of documentation, 22

§ 41.5
Crewmen of aircraft or vessels; proof of status, foreign-government

official crewmen, crew-list visas, procedures, requirements, forms,

refusals, issuance of visas, 22 $$ 41.60–41.69
Definitions, 22 § 41.1
Documentation not required for certain nonimmigrants, 22 $$ 41.6–41.8
Exchange visitors, 22 § 41.41
Excludable aliens, temporary admission of, 22 $ 41.150
Identification cards, border-crossing, 22 $ 41.20
International organization aliens, 22 $$ 41.90–41.92
Issuance of nonimmigrant visas; authority, procedure, fees, validity,

etc., 22 $$ 41.11-41.16
Nationals of United States, claimant nationals, and former nationals,

documentation of, 22 $$ 41.2–41.4
News reporters, 22 $$ 41.110, 41.111
Nonimmigrant visas:

Applications, 22 $ $ 41.9, 41.10

Issuance of, 22 $$ 41.11-41.16
Official visas, 22 $$ 41.30–41.34
Refusal and revocation of nonimmigrant documentation, 22 $$ 41.17,

41.18
Registration and fingerprinting, 22 $ 41.19
Students, 22 $ 41.80
Temporary admission of excludable aliens, 22 $ 41.150
Temporary and exchange visitors, proof of status, etc., 22 $ $ 41.40-41.42
Temporary workers, trainees, servants, etc., 22 $$ 41.100, 41.101
Transit aliens, 22 $$ 41.50–41.52
Treaty aliens; traders, investors, proof of status, etc., 22 $ $ 41.70_41.77

United Nations, certain aliens in transit to, 22 § 41.52
Refugee Relief Act of 1953, documentation of immigrants under, 22 Part 44
Visitors (students, teachers, leaders, etc.):

Exchange-Visitor Program for; applications, etc., 22 Part 68
Visas, 22 $$ 41.40-41.42, 41.100

Students, 22 § 41.80

State Department—Continued
War:
Aid to war-devasted countries, under Foreign Assistance Act of 1948,

22 $ 95.4
Control of persons entering and leaving United States in wartime, 22 Part 53
Aliens:
Entering United States:
Advisory opinions; cases requiring, procedure in obtaining, 22

88 53.40, 53.41
Aliens traveling through areas of military operations or occu-

pation, 22 $ 53.36
American Samoa, permission to enter, 22 g 53.35
Canal Zone, permission to enter, 22 $ 53.35
Classes of aliens whose entry is deemed to be prejudicial to pub-

lic interest, exclusion from entry, 22 $8 53.33, 53.34, 53.37
Definitions, 22 $ 53.21
Exceptions to requirements for presentation of passports or

permits, or both:
Immigrants, 22 $$ 53.24–53.27

Nonimmigrants, 22 $$ 53.28–53.31
Government officials, foreign; additional requirements, 22

$ 53.38
Guam, permission to enter, 22 $ 53.35
Passports and permits to enter, 22 $$ 53.22, 53.23
Procedure for issuance of permits to enter, 22 $ 53.39

Refusal of permission to enter, 22 $ 53.32, 53.37
Removal of alien enemies brought to United States from other

American Republics without admission under immigration

laws, 22 Part 81
American citizens and nationals:
Attempt of citizen or national to enter without valid passport, 22

§ 53.6
Authority in passport matters:

Discretional exercise of authority in passport matters, 22 $ 53.8
Prevention of departure from or entry into United States,

22 $ 53.5
Definition of term "continental United States”, 22 $ 53.9
Limitations upon travel, 22 $$ 53.1, 53.5

Exceptions, 22 $ $ 53.2, 53.3
Optional use of valid passport, 22 8 53.7

Persons considered as bearing passports, 22 $ 53.4
Implements of war; manufacture, importation, and exportation of. See

Arms, ammunition, implements of war, etc.
Passports, validation and issuance of, in wartime, 22 Part 52
See also control of persons entering and leaving United States in

wartime.
Contents of passport; name of country citizen intends to visit and object

of visit, 22 $ 52.9
Documentary evidence concerning imperativeness of proposed travel,

22 $ 52.2
False and misleading statements in connection with application for

passport, 22 $ 52.3
Period of validity restricted to time necessary to accomplish purpose,

22 $ 52.7
Persons residing abroad, passports in possession of, 22 $ 52.8
Protection of United States, 22 8 52.6
Submission of passport to State Department for validation, 22 $ 52.1
Travel in opposing belligerent countries, 22 $ 52.5

Women and children, 22 $ 52.4
Reparations, World War II; authority to accept payments, 22 $$ 90.30, 90.31
Transportation of citizen or subject of enemy nation or ally of enemy

nation; licenses for, 22 Part 80
War Stores Disposal Board, of Union of South Africa; delegation of authority

to, for disposal of surplus property, approval of, 44 308.54

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