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States, who are United States citizens and reside in the Republic of Panama, and their dependents when accompanying the principal. This paragraph does not apply to such personnel operating or managing a business activity in the Republic of Panama.

(f) Business concerns, contractors, agencies, activities, and such organizations as religious, fraternal, scientific, labor, education, recreational, and charitable organizations, properly established in the Canal Zone and authorized to conduct their operations from a permanent seat or place of business in the Canal Zone after approval by the Director of Posts. Those desiring to use a Canal Zone postal address, shall make application in writing to the Director of Posts, including therein the location of their office in the Canal Zone and the authority for operation in the Canal Zone. § 67.8 Intermediaries prohibited.

Persons and organizations authorized to use a Canal Zone post office address may not act as intermediaries for persons or organizations not authorized to use the address. $ 67.9 Complaints and inquiries.

Postmasters and other postal employees shall accept and report all complaints regarding postal law violations or concerning loss, rifling, damage, or other mistreatment of mail. All complaints shall be reported to the Director of Posts. If a postal patron so desires, he may direct his complaint in writing to the Director of Posts. In either case, if the complaint concerns apparent mishandling of mail, the envelope or wrapper should be submitted. Charges for inquiries concerning the nondelivery of mail shall be made in accordance with the provisions of 39 CFR, relating thereto.

CROSS REFERENCE: Charges for inquiries, see 39 CFR 271.4. § 67.10 Confidential character of mail;

privileged matter; records; subpenas

and summonses. The following provisions of 39 CFR are applicable to and within the Canal Zone, and to the Canal Zone Postal Service and its personnel:

(a) Mail treated in confidence. The provisions relating to the secrecy and confidential treatment of sealed firstclass mail.

(b) Privileged matter. The provisions relating to privileged matter, and its nondisclosure except as therein provided.

(c) Available records. The provisions relating to the availability of records for inspection.

(d) Transfer of records. The provisions restricting the transfer of records to other persons, except that, for the purpose of such applicability:

(1) The records referred to therein shall be construed to mean the records of the Canal Zone Postal Service. They are the property of the Canal Zone Government.

(2) The Director of Posts may also authorize or disapprove the transfer of the records.

(e) Subpenas duces tecum. The provisions relating to compliance with subpenas duces tecum, except that, for the purpose of such applicability:

(1) Compliance in the Canal Zone shall relate to such subpenas issued by any court of competent jurisdiction; and

(2) The Director of Posts is the officer who shall, with respect to such a subpena, be consulted for the purpose of getting approval before compliance, and to whom an inquiry regarding the subpena shall be addressed.

(f) Summonses. The provisions relating to compliance with summonses requiring the appearance of postmasters and other postal employees in court or in other proceedings, except that, for the purpose of such applicability:

(1) Any reference therein to a witness for the United States in Federal grand jury proceedings includes a witness for the United States or the Government of the Canal Zone required to appear at a preliminary examination, in a magistrate's court, of a person charged with an offense triable in the United States District Court for the District of the Canal Zone, or required by subpena to appear, pursuant to 6 C.Z.C. 4012, 76A Stat. 514, for examination by the United States attorney for the District of Canal Zone;

(2) "United States”, as used therein with respect to suits brought by the United States, or other actions in which the United States is a party in interest, includes the Canal Zone Government and the Panama Canal Company; and

(3) The question of disclosing privileged information is a matter entirely in the discretion of the Governor of the Canal Zone.

CROSS REFERENCES: See the following pro ulations (39 CFR) and laws applicable to visions of 39 CFR: Mail treated in confidence,

and within the Canal Zone or to the Part 117. Privileged matter, § 113.1 (e). Avail

Canal Zone Postal Service, shall be ability of records, $ $ 113.1, 113.2, 113.3. Subpenas duces tecum and summonses, $ 113.6.

deemed to refer to, mean and include,

as well, any and all amendments to those $ 67.11 Copies of records.

regulations and laws prescribed, issued The Director of Posts may authorize

or enacted on or after the effective date copies of records which are open to pub

of this part. lic inspection to be furnished to members

Subpart B-Wrapping, Packing and of the public at the cost of the person requesting them.

Addressing Mail Matter § 67.12 Applicability of Federal postal

§ 67.31 Packages and envelopes. laws.

The provisions of 39 CFR, relating to In addition to the sections of Title 39, packages and envelopes, are applicable United States Code, which, by their

to and within the Canal Zone. terms, apply to and within the Canal CROSS REFERENCES: See the following proZone, sections 509, 903, 904, 905, 906, visions of 39 CFR: Packages, Part 121. Enve2403, 2408, 2410, 4001, 4002, 2003, 4004, lopes, Part 122. International mail, $ 221.1. 4005, 4006, 4007, and 4008 of that title

ADDRESSES AND OTHER MARKINGS; MAILING are determined to be applicable to condi

LIST SERVICES tions existing in the Canal Zone and apply thereto and therein by virtue of 2 § 67.41

General information. C.Z.C. 1131, 76A Stat. 38.

(a) Addresses on mail matter shall be $ 67.13 Adaptation of terms used in ap

clear, legible, and complete. plicable Federal regulations and laws.

(b) All mail should bear the name and

return address of the sender. For mail (a) Except as may be otherwise pro

which must bear a return address, the vided by this part, for the purpose of effecting the application, to the Canal Zone

provisions of 39 CFR, relating thereto, Postal Service and its personnel, or to

are applicable to and within the Canal

Zone. and within the Canal Zone, of the regu

(c) Matter bearing dual address or the lations of the United States Post Office Department, 39 CFR, made so applicable

names of more than one post office in the

return address or in the recipient's adby $$ 67.09 and 67.10, and by other provisions of this part, and for the purpose

dress is not acceptable for mailing.

(d) Matter bearing instructions to reof effecting the application, to and within the Canal Zone, of the laws made so ap

turn to “Point of Mailing” (postmark) is plicable by $ 67.12, any references in

not acceptable for mailing. those regulations and laws:

(e) Special instructions on address(1) To the Government, include the

ing second-class mail, overseas military

mail and international mail outlined in Canal Zone Government; and (2) To the Post Office Department,

39 CFR are applicable to and within the

Canal Zone. Post Office Department of the United States, Department, Bureau or Office of CROSS REFERENCES: See the following prothe Post Office Department, Postal Serv

vision of 39 CFR: Return addresses, Part ice, Postmaster General, and officers and

123. Addressing second-class mail and over

seas military mail, $$ 123.7 and 123.8. Inother personnel of the Post Office Depart

ternational mail, $ 121.1. ment of the United States, include the Canal Zone Postal Service and the com § 67.42 Arrangement of address. parable bureaus and officers and person The provisions of 39 CFR, relating to nel thereof.

the arrangement of the address, are ap(b) When used in a territorial sense plicable to and within the Canal Zone. by any of the regulations or laws referred

CROSS REFERENCE: Arrangement of address, to in paragraph (a) of this section, see 39 CFR 123.2. “United States" includes the Canal Zone.

§ 67.43 Pledge to pay return or for § 67.14 Amendments to applicable Fed warding postage, or both. eral regulations and laws.

This endorsement, when used, shall be The provisions of $ $ 67.09, 67.10, and placed below the return address of the 67.12 and all other provisions of this sender. (Only on second-, third-, and part, making certain Federal postal reg fourth-class matter.)

$ 67.44 Form 3547 requested (notice

of new address). This endorsement, when used, shall be placed in lower left corner and return address in upper left corner. (Only on third- and fourth-class matter.) $ 67.45 Simplified address for general

distribution; preparation of pieces; postage; number of patrons; excess

pieces. (a) When general distribution of mail is desired for all post office boxholders at a post office, mailers may use a simplified address provided each piece is addressed "Post Office Boxholder” followed by the name of the post office and “Canal Zone" or “C.Z.”, or by the word "Local”.

(b) All pieces for general distribution, for which the simplified address is used, and for the same post office shall be tied, so far as practicable, in packages and a facing slip shall be attached showing the name of the post office at which distribution is to be made, the distribution desired and the number of pieces.

(c) Postage shall be fully prepaid at the proper rate by means of postage stamps affixed, meter stamps, permit imprint or by use of stamped envelopes or postal cards.

(d) Upon request, postmasters and branch superintendents may furnish, without charge, the number of post office boxholders at their office.

(e) Pieces of mail, on which is used the authorized simplified address, received at a delivery office in excess of the number of post office boxholders, will be treated in accordance with regulations governing treatment of unclaimed third-class mail. § 67.46 Mailing list services.

The provisions of 39 CFR, relating to mailing list services, are applicable to and within the Canal Zone, and to the Canal Zone Postal Service.

CROSS REFERENCE: Mailing list services, see 39 CFR 123.5. Subpart C-Nonmailable Matter and

Matter Mailable Under Special Rules $ 67.71 Applicability of Federal postal

regulations. The provisions of 39 CFR, relating to nonmailable matter and matter mailable under special rules, are applicable to and within the Canal Zone.

CROSS REFERENCES: See the following provisions of 39 CFR: Nonmailable matter, Part

124. Matter mailable under special rules, Part 125. § 67.72 Gold or gold certificates.

The provisions of 39 CFR, relating to license requirements for mailing gold or gold certificates, are applicable to and within the Canal Zone. In addition, gold coin, gold bullion, or gold du originating in the Republic of Panama must be covered by a permit issued by the Government of the Republic of Panama before the shipment may be accepted for mailing.

CROSS REFERENCE: Gold and gold certificates, license requirements for mailing, see 39 CFR Part 254. § 67.73 Archaeological specimens.

(a) The exportation of archaeological specimens originating in the Republic of Panama is prohibited except upon permit of the Government of the Republic of Panama.

(b) The archaeological specimens to which paragraph (a) of this section applies are defined by Panamanian law to include ruins of cities, forts, houses, tombs, archaeological deposits, and every vestige of aboriginal civilization. Subpart D-Mail Classification and

Rates

FIRST CLASS $ 67.91 Domestic rates for first-class

mail. Except as otherwise provided by this section, the domestic postage rates for first-class mail set forth in 39 CFR are applicable to and within the Canal Zone and to regular mail exchanged with the Republic of Panama, the United States, its Territories, Possessions, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.

(a) First-class matter weighing over 13 ounces mailed in the Canal Zone and destined to the Canal Zone and the Republic of Panama is subject to the firstclass rate provided in 39 CFR for such mail destined to the Local Zone and Zones 1, 2, and 3.

(b) First-class matter weighing over 13 ounces mailed in the Canal Zone and destined to the United States, its Territories, Possessions, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico is subject to the first-class rate provided in 39 CFR for such mail destined to Zone 8. [35 F.R. 19179, Dec. 18, 1970)

CROSS REFERENCE: Rates for first-class mail, see 39 CFR 131.1. Airmail rates, see $ 67.161 in this Part 67.

§ 67.92 Classification.

The provisions of 39 CFR describing the various classifications of first-class mail are applicable to and within the Canal Zone. [35 F.R. 19179, Dec. 18, 1970]

CROSS REFERENCE: Classification of firstclass mail, see 39 CFR 131.2. § 67.93 Weight and size limits.

The provisions of 39 CFR, relating to weight and size limits of first class mail, are applicable to and within the Canal Zone. (34 F.R. 12437, July 30, 1969] § 67.94

Payment of postage. Postage for first-class mail may be paid by the use of Canal Zone:

(a) Adhesive postage stamps.
(b) Stamped cards or envelopes.
(c) Meter stamps.

(d) Permit imprints.
$ 67.95 Insufficient prepayment

of postage. The provisions of 39 CFR, relating to insufficient prepayment of postage, are applicable to and within the Canal Zone.

CROSS REFERENCE: Insufficient prepayment of postage, see 39 CFR 147.1(b) (c). § 67.96 Customs requirements for do

mestic destinations. Sealed first-class articles containing merchandise, addressed for delivery in the United States, its Territories and Possessions, shall have Green Customs Label, Form 2976, properly completed and securely affixed to the wrapper of the parcel, preferably on the address side.

SECOND CLASS § 67.111

Rates for publications, generally. The following postage rates apply to all publications, except those accepted at the special rate or the classroom rate:

(a) For delivery in the Canal Zone. Domestic second-class rates of postage as provided by 39 CFR.

(b) For delivery in the United States, its Territories and Possessions. Domestic second-class rates of postage as provided by 39 CFR. [31 F.R. 12254, Sept. 16, 1966, as amended at 33 F.R. 4799, Mar. 21, 1968]

CROSS REFERENCE: Postage rates for secondclass mail, see 39 CFR 132.1. § 67.112 Special rate publications.

When specifically authorized by the Director of Posts, the domestic secondclass rates of postage, as provided by 39 CFR for publications issued by religious, educational, scientific, philanthropic, agricultural, labor, veterans', or fraternal organizations or associations not organized for profit and none of the net income of which inures to the benefit of any private stockholder or individual, are applicable to and within the Canal Zone.

CROSS REFERENCE: Postage rates for special rate publications, see 39 CFR 132.1 (b) (2). § 67.113 Rates for classroom publica

tions. The domestic second-class rates of postage, as provided by 39 CFR for religious, educational, or scientific publications designed specifically for use in school classroom or in religious instruction classes, are applicable to and within the Canal Zone.

CROSS REFERENCE: Postage rates for classroom publications, see 39 CFR 132.1(b) (3). 67.114 Transient rate.

The provisions of 39 CFR, prescribing domestic transient rates of postage for copies of second-class matter mailed by the public and to persons not included in the list of subscribers, are applicable to and within the Canal Zone. [31 F.R. 14552, Nov. 15, 1966)

CROSS REFERENCE: Transient rate for second class mail, see 39 CFR 132.1(c). § 67.115

Second-class rates to other countries. (a) The provisions of 39 CFR, prescribing second-class postage rates to PUAS and all other countries, are applicable to and within the Canal Zone.

(b) Postage shall be paid by means of Canal Zone postage stamps affixed, or Canal Zone meter stamps of a bright red color imprinted or affixed, to each individually addressed piece. [31 F.R. 12254, Sept. 16, 1966, as amended at 31 F.R. 14552, Nov. 15, 1966)

CROSS REFERENCE: Second-class rates to PUAS and other countries, see 39 CFR 222.4(a) (1) (iii).

8 67.116 Weight limits.

(a) Domestic destinations. No limit.

(b) Foreign destinations. As provided for “Printed Matter” by 39 CFR.

CROSS REFERENCE: Weight limits on printed matter having foreign destination, see 39 CFR 222.4(b). 67.117 Payers of postage.

Postage at the transient rate shall be paid on all copies mailed by the general public. Only publishers and registered news agents may mail at the other second-class rates. § 67.118 Qualifications for second-class

privileges. The provisions of 39 CFR, prescribing the qualifications for second-class mailing privileges, are applicable to and within the Canal Zone.

CROSS REFERENCE: Qualifications for second-class privileges, see 39 CFR 132.2. § 67.119 Application for second-class

privileges. (a) General requirements. An application shall be filed with the Director of Posts by the publisher before a publication may be mailed at the second-class rates. Two copies of the issue described in the application shall also be filed. Copies of application forms may be obtained from the Director of Posts.

(b) Nonprofit organizations. Publishers of nonprofit religious, educational, scientific, philanthropic, labor, veterans, or fraternal organizations or associations may file applications by letter to the Director of Posts for the special rate. The letter may accompany the application for second-class privileges.

(c) Mailing at additional post offices. If a publisher desires to mail copies at another post office in addition to the one where has has second-class mail privileges, he may file a written application with the Director of Posts stating the approximate number and weight of copies to be mailed at the additional office, and the territory to be served. A form is not provided for this kind of application.

(d) Change of name or frequency. When the name or frequency is changed, an application for reentry shall be filed with the Director of Posts, accompanied by two copies of the publication showing

the new name or frequency. When the location is changed, an application for reentry shall be filed with the Director of Posts, accompanied by two copies of the publication showing the name of the new office as the known office or place of publication.

(e) Fees. The fees to accompany applications for second-class original entry, reentry, or additional entry, or for registration as a news agent, are as provided by 39 CFR.

CROSS REFERENCE: Fees to accompany applications for second-class privileges, see 39 CFR 132.3(e). § 67.120 What may be mailed at the

second-class rates. The provisions of 39 CFR, relating to matter that may be mailed at the second-class rates, are applicable to and within the Canal Zone.

CROSS REFERENCE: What may be mailed at the second-class rates, see 39 CFR 132.4. § 67.121 Controlled circulation publica

tions. (a) Except as provided by parag' aph (b) of this section, controlled circulation publications are subject to the domestic postage rates, weight limits and conditions provided by 39 CFR.

(b) Application shall be made to and notice of authorization or disapproval will be furnished by, the Director of Posts.

CROSS REFERENCE: Controlled circulation publications, see 39 CFR Part 133.

THIRD-CLASS MATTER § 67.131 Applicability of Federal postal

regulations. Except as otherwise provided by this section, the provisions of 39 CFR, relating to the following matters with respect to third-class matter, are applicable to and within the Canal Zone:

(a) Rates. (1) The domestic postage rates for third-class matter set forth in 39 CFR are applicable to and within the Canal Zone and to such third-class matter when mailed in the Canal Zone and destined for the United States, its Territories, Possessions, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.

(2) Foreign destinations, to which the provision of this section for application of 39 CFR has reference to the Rates

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