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statistical agencies of Canada, and to such activities that will supplement or illustrate the application and end use of statistical data.

(e) Case study workshops on selected census and statistical activities presented at the Bureau, in other locations in the United States, or outside the continental limits of the United States.

(f) Such field training, special research, or university program as appears advisable to the Director of the Bureau of the Census in accordance with the technical needs of the participants. § 40.2 Qualifications.

(a) To be eligible for a training grant at the Bureau of the Census the applicant must be:

(1) A bona-fide citizen of a country with whom the United States has proper diplomatic arrangements for such training programs.

(2) Able to speak, read, write, and understand the English language.

(3) Sponsored by his government either directly with the United States or through a public international agency.

(4) Physically able to undertake the activities incident to the course of training and free from communicable diseases. § 40.3 Cooperation with bilateral techni.

cal assistance programs of the United

States. In compliance with the provisions contained in the Memorandum of Agreement executed between the Department of Commerce and the Foreign Operations Administration (now AID) on June 10, 54, the Bureau of the Census is authorized within its areas of competence and available resources to continue its training of foreign nationals under the general guidance of the Department of Commerce and in cooperation with the bilateral technical assistance programs of the United States Government. § 40.4

Administrative provisions on selection of participants and funding

of costs. (a) Within the framework of the aforementioned Memorandum of Agreement, the Bureau of the Census will arrange at the request and expense of the Agency for International Development, a program for technical training of foreign participants in censuses and statistics. The Bureau of the Census

will be furnished biographic materials, information about the training objectives including, where appropriate, each participant's education and experience, type of training desired, present and future positions with descriptions of duties, and the terms of the training project for each participant or group as far in advance of his arrival in the United States as possible.

(b) The Bureau reserves the right to accept, based on biographical information to be furnished in advance, only those participants whom it finds qualified to make satisfactory use of its training facilities and resources. The Bureau would prefer to develop programs for foreign participants with substantive experience in the statistical activities of their home country.

(c) Arrangements for security clearances, insurance, orientation, international travel, housing, and other administrative responsibilities will be the responsibility of AID under the provisions of the Memorandum of Agreement (Reference: Appendix II, Training of Foreign Nationals). § 40.5

Other cooperative arrangements. The Bureau of the Census also undertakes the training of foreign nationals proposed through the Department of State under the International Exchange Service (IES) or under the sponsorship of public international agencies.

PART 50_SPECIAL SERVICES AND

STUDIES BY THE BUREAU OF THE
CENSUS

Sec. 50.1 General. 50.5 Fee structure for age search and

citizenship information. 50.10 Fee structure for special population

censuses. 50.15 Fee structure for unpublished data

from the 1960 Population and

Housing Census. 50.20 Fee structure for enumeration district

maps. 50.25 Fee structure for housing data from

the 1960 Census of Housing. 50.30 Fee structure for foreign trade and

shipping statistics. 50.35 Fee structure for seasonal adjustments

of time series. AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 50 issued under sec. 3, 49 Stat. 293, as amended; 15 U.S.C. 192a. Interprets or applies sec. 1, 40 Stat. 1256, as amended, sec. 1, 49 Stat. 292, sec. 8, 60 Stat. 1013, as amended, 15 U.S.C. 192, 189a, 13 U.S.C. 8.

SOURCE: The provisions of this part 50 appear at 28 F.R. 120, Jan. 4, 1963, unless otherwise noted. $ 50.1 General.

(a) Fee structure for age search and citizenship service, special population censuses, unpublished data from the 1960 Population and Housing Census, enumeration district maps, housing data from the 1960 Census of Housing, and for foreign trade and shipping statistics.

(b) In accordance with the provisions of the acts authorizing the Department of Commerce to make special statistical surveys and studies, and to perform other specified services upon the payment of the cost thereof, the following fee structure is hereby established. No transcript of any record will be furnished under authority of these acts which would violate existing or future acts requiring that information furnished be held confidential. $ 50.5 Fee structure for age search and

citizenship information. Types of service

Fee Searches in regular turn of not more

than 2 censuses for 1 person and one transcript of the most appropriate record

$4.00 Priority searches of not more than 2

censuses for 1 person and one transcript of the most appropriate record

5. 00 Each additional copy of census transcript

1.00 [29 F.R. 17089, Dec. 15, 1964)

$ 50.10 Fee structure for special popu.

lation censuses. (a) The Bureau of the Census is authorized to conduct special population censuses at the request of and at the expense of the community concerned. To obtain a special population census, an authorized official of the community should write a letter to the Director, Bureau of the Census, Washington 25, D.C., requesting detailed information and stating the approximate present population. The Director will reply giving an estimate of the cost and other pertinent information.

(b) The cost of a special population census consists of two parts:

(1) Certain local expenses to be paid directly by the community for salary and travel (if necessary) of enumerators and crewleaders, who are hired locally, and, unless otherwise furnished, for incidental expenses such as office space, telephone, and the like. This portion of the cost will be estimated individually for each requested census, but can be expected ordinarily to range from 10 cents to 15 cents per person enumerated.

(2) Expenses of the Bureau of the Census for preparation of enumerator assignment maps, salary, and travel expenses of the supervisor or supervisors assigned by the Bureau, the cost of tabulation of results, and general office and administrative expenses. The fee structure for this portion of the cost is as follows:

Size group

Jan. 1, 1963

Jan. 1, 1964

For places under 500 population... $260.
For places from:
500 through 599.

$305. 600 through 699.

$340. 700 through 799

$365. 800 through 899.

$385. 900 through 999

$400. 1,000 through 2,999

$400, plus $11 per 100 or fraction over

999. 3,000 through 4,999.

$620, plus $9 per 100 or fraction over

2,999. 5,000 through 9,999.

$800, plus $30 per 500 or fraction over

4,999. 10,000 through 49,999.

$1,100 plus $46 per 1,000 or fraction over

9,999. 50,000 and over..

(1)

$275.

$320. $355. $385. $405. $420. $420, plus $12 per 100 or fraction over

999. $660, plus $9 per 100 or fraction over

2,999. $840, plus 33 per 500 or fraction over

4,999. $1,170, plus $50 per 1,000 or fraction over

9,999. (1).

1 For communities of 50,000 population and over, and counties and States, regardless of size, an individual estimate will be prepared. $ 50.15 Fee structure for unpublished Population and Housing certain data by

data from the 1960 Population and census tracts and enumeration districts Housing Census.

in advance of publication or from tabu

lations not to be published, provided (a) The Bureau of the Census is will

there is no serious interruption of the ing to furnish from the 1960 Census of Bureau's regular work program. Fol

lowing is the fee structure for the data listed below. Other special tabulations of data may be arranged by requesting a special cost estimate.

Data available

Fee 1. Final counts of total population and housing units by $2.00 for each 75,000 popula

enumeration districts. These districts are established tion or fraction thereof. for taking the census and have about 700 inhabitants

on the average. 2. Selected population and housing characteristics (Special

Table PH-1)-complete count data on age, sex, color, marital status and household relationship; housing units by tenure, color of household head, and vacancy status, condition and plumbing, number of rooms, number of persons and number of persons per room,

value of property and contract monthly rent: a. For enumeration districts.

$20 for each contiguous area

of 100,000 inhabitants, or fraction thereof, within à

State. Minimum order $100. b. For untracted areas by minor civil divisions and $4.00 per county.

related areas, i.e., wards of each city of 25,000 or
more for which wards have been established,
urban places of 2,500 or more, and rural re-

mainder of each minor civil division. 3. Unpublished sample population and housing data for For table outlines and cost

untracted areas by minor civil divisions and related estimates, write to the Di. areas (as described in 2b. above). Data are arranged rector, Bureau of the Census, in nine tables designated as Special Tables PH-3 to Washington 25, D.C.

PH-11. 4. Supplementary sample tract data on population char- $4.25 per 100 tracts or fraction

acteristics relating to residence in 1955, labor force, thereof, except in New Engplace of work in more detail than published, and on land States where special characteristics of housing units, year structure built, quotation is necessary. year moved into unit, stories and elevators, trailers, source of water, and sewage disposal. Data appear in table designated as Special Table PH-2.

$ 50.20 Fee structure for enumeration

district maps. (a) The Bureau of the Census is willing to furnish maps of municipalities and

unincorporated places showing boundaries of enumeration districts. Following is the fee structure:

Fee1 Population size (1960 Census) (each) Less than 25,000

$2.00 25,000–49,999

3. 00 50,000–100,000

5. 00 Each additional 100,000 or fraction thereof

2. 50 1 Minimum order $5.00. Cost based on individual places, not on aggregate size of two or more places. Slight additional charge for estimate prepared by the Bureau of the Cen

Information as to availability and costs of additional maps not described herein may be obtained by writing to the Director. 8 50.25 Fee structure for housing data

from the 1960 Census of Housing. The Bureau of the Census is authorized to provide characteristics of housing

units for all minor civil divisions recognized in the 1960 Census, for all places containing fewer than 10,000 inhabitants, and for places with more than 10,000 inhabitants but with fewer than 400 housing units with nonwhite head. (For places of 10,000 inhabitants or more with 400 or more housing units with nonwhite head, the data are available from the census publications.) These data are used to obtain counts and classifications of “substandard” housing units as defined by the Public Housing Administration. (A unit is defined as substandard by Public Housing Administration criteria if it is either (a) dilapidated or (b) lacks one or more of the following plumbing facilities: hot and cold piped water inside the structure, flush toilet inside the structure for exclusive use of the occupants of the unit, and bathtub (or shower) inside the structure for exclu

sus.

sive use of the occupants of the unit.) The table outline showing data to be furnished and the fee structure follow:

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$ 50.30 Fee structure for foreign trade

and shipping statistics. (a) The Bureau of the Census is willing to furnish on a cost basis foreign trade and shipping statistics provided there is no serious interruption of the Bureau's regular work program.

(b) In instances where information requested is not shown separately or not summarized in the form desired, it is necessary to conduct a preliminary investigation at the requestor's expense to determine whether the information can be compiled from the basic records and what the total cost will be. The preliminary investigation normally costs $125 but may be more depending on the circumstances. The total cost of the final report generally ranges from $200 to several thousand dollars for data covering a 12-month period.

(c) Upon receipt of a request, information will be furnished as to whether the statistics are available and if so, the cost; or that a preliminary investigation must be conducted. When an investigation is completed, information will be furnished as to the cost of preparing the material, or as to the reason if the statistics cannot be compiled from our basic records.

§ 50.35 Fee structure for seasonal ad

justments of time series. The Bureau of the Census carries out seasonal adjustments of time series for other Government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and for appropriate foreign governments as a matter of international courtesy. The adjustments may be based on monthly or quarterly data collected by the Bureau of the Census or furnished by the requesting organization. Series submitted for adjustment must be for a period of not less than four years and not more than 50 years, must be continuous, and have no more than six digits in a single month or quarter. In addition to the seasonal adjustment factors and the seasonally adjusted series, charts and summary measures of the seasonal, cyclical, and irregular characteristics of the series are provided. The charge for furnishing these series, including card punching, is $8 per series for the standard program and $8 per series for various experimental programs.

A copy of the request form and more details about the program may be obtained upon request from the Director, Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C., 20233. [30 F.R. 13358, Oct. 21, 1965]

CHAPTER 1-NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

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Barrels and other containers for lime.
Barrels for fruits, vegetables and other dry commodities, and for cranberries.

SUBCHAPTER E-FELLOWSHIPS

255

Fellowships in laboratory standardization and testing for qualified citizens

of other American Republics.

SUBCHAPTER F-STANDARDS FOR SAFETY DEVICES

260

Standard for devices to permit the opening of household refrigerator doors

from the inside.

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