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Brussels sprouts:

See also Vegetables.
Standards:
Fresh brussels sprouts, 7 $ 51.2250–51.2262

Consumer standards, 7 $$ 51.2050–51.2062

Frozen brussels sprouts, 7 $ $ 52.651-52.659
Buckwheat; parity prices, 7 Part 5
Bulbs, flower. See Flowers.
Butter:

See also Dairy products.
Grading and inspection, 7 Part 58
Import quotas, 7 Part 6, Appendix 1
Price support programs, 6 Part 430
Sanitary inspection of process or renovated butter; regulations respecting

standards, inspection, labeling, etc., 9 Part 171 Standards for grades of creamery butter, 7 Part 24 Butterfat:

Parity prices, 7 Part 5

Price support programs, 6 Part 430
Buttermilk. See Milk and milk products.
Cabbage:

See also Vegetables.
Parity prices, 7 Part 5

Standards, for fresh cabbage, 7 $ $ 51.450-51.464
Calves. See Livestock.
Canada; importation of poultry from, 9 $ 92.26
Canned foods (fruits, vegetables, etc.) :

See also Fruits and berries; and Vegetables.
Inspection and standards, 7 Part 52

Warehouses, 7 Parts 110, 112, 114
Cantaloups:

See also Fruits and berries.
Parity prices, 7 Part 5

Standards, 7 $ $ 51.475–51.485
Carrots:

See also Vegetables.
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards:

Canned carrots, 7 $ $ 52.671-52.686
Fresh carrots:

Bunched carrots, 7 $$ 51.2455–51.2471
Consumer standards, 7 $ $ 51.2050-51.2062
Short trimmed tops, 7 $ $ 51.2485–51.2498

Topped carrots, 7 $ $ 51.2360–51.2381
Frozen diced carrots, 7 $$ 52.701-52.711

Frozen peas and carrots, 7 $ $ 52.2501-52.2510
Catsup, tomato. See Tomatoes and products.
Cattle. See Livestock.
Cauliflower:

See also Vegetables.
Marketing of fresh cauliflower grown in Colorado, 7 Part 910
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards:

Fresh cauliflower, 7 $ $ 51.540–51.549

Frozen cauliflower, 7 $ $ 52.721-52.729
Celery:

See also Vegetables.
Parity prices, 7 Part 5

Standards, for celery and celery stalks, 7 $ $ 51.560-51.581, 51.595–51.613 Cheese:

See also Dairy products.
Import quotas, 7 Part 6, Appendix 1
Price support programs, 6 Part 430

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Cheese-Continued
Standards:

Cheddar cheese, 7 Part 45

Swiss cheese, 7 Part 20
Cherries:

See also Fruits and berries.
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards:
Canned cherries:

Red sour (tart) pitted cherries, 7 $ $ 52.771-52.782

Sweet cherries, 7 $ $ 52.821-52.836
Frozen red sour (tart) pitted cherries, 7 $ $ 52.801-52.809

Sulfured cherries, 7 $ $ 52.741-52.755
Warehouses, 7 Parts 110, 112, 114
Chickens. See Poultry.
Chili sauce. See Tomatoes and products.
Christmas trees and greens; inspection and certification, 7 Part 51, note
Citrus fruits (grapefruit, lemons, limes, oranges, tangerines, etc.):

Crop insurance, 7 Part 422
Export programs, 6 Part 517
Imported (limes and grapefruit); inspection and certification, etc., 7 Part

1060
Grapefruit, 7 Part 1068

Limes, 7 Part 1069
In transit through U. S. from Mexico to foreign countries; restrictions,

7 $ 352.9
Marketing of citrus fruit grown in various States:

Grapefruit (Ariz., Calif., Fla.), 7 Parts 933, 955
Lemons (Ariz., Calif.), 7 Part 953
Limes (Fla.), 7 Part 1001
Oranges (Ariz., Calif., Fla.), 7 Parts 914, 922, 933

Tangerines (Fla.), 7 Part 933
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Plant quarantine notices, 7 $ $ 301.75, 319.19, 319.28
Standards:
Grapefruit:

Canned, 7 $ $ 52.1141-52.1154
Fresh, 7 88 51.620–51.658

California and Arizona, 7 $ $ 51.925–51.955

Florida, 7 $ $ 51.750–51.790
Frozen, 7 $ $ 52.1171–52.1180
Grapefruit juice:

Canned, 7 $ $ 52.1191-52.1203

Frozen concentrated, 7 $ $ 52.1221-52.1233
Grapefruit juice and orange juice, blended:

Canned, 7 $ $ 52.1281-52.1293

Frozen concentrated, 7 $ $ 52.1311-52.1323
Grapefruit and orange for salad, canned, 7 $ $ 52.1251-52.1264
Lemonade, frozen concentrate for, 7 $ $ 52.1421-52.1432
Limeade, frozen, concentrated, 7 $ $ 52.2521-52.2532
Limes, Persian (Tahiti), 7 $$ 51.1000–51.1014
Orange and grapefruit for salad, canned, 7 $ $ 52.1251-52.1264
Orange juice:

Canned, 7 $ $ 52.1551-52.1563
Canned concentrated, 7 $ $ 52.2251-52.2262
Concentrated for manufacturing, 7 $ $ 52.2221-52.2231

Frozen concentrated, 7 $ $ 52.1581-52.1592
Orange juice and grapefruit juice, blended:

Canned, 7 $ $ 52.1281-52.1293

Frozen concentrated, 7 $ $ 52.1311-52.1323
Orange marmalade, 7 $ $ 52.1451-52.1465
Oranges, 7 $ $ 51.680–51.717

California and Arizona, 7 $ $ 51.1085–51.1112

Florida, 7 $ $ 51.1140–51.1186

Tangelos, Florida, 7 $ $ 51.1140–51.1186

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Citrus fruits Continued
Standards Continued
Tangerine juice:

Canned, 7 $ $ 52.2071-52.2082

Concentrated for manufacturing, 7 $ $ 52.2931–52.2941
Tangerines. 7 $ $ 51.1770–51.1793

Florida, 7 $ $ 51.1810–51.1836
Claims; tort claims based on negligence, wrongful acts or omissions of employees

or agencies of Department, 7 § 1.51 Coffee beans or plants; plant quarantine notices, 7 $$ 319.73—319.73–3 Collard greens. See Greens. Commission merchants, brokers, etc., handling perishable agricultural com

modities; regulations respecting, 7 Parts 46, 47, 48 Committees; Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation; selection and func

tions, 7 Part 7 Commodity Exchange Act; rules of practice respecting proceedings before Sec

retary of Agriculture, under Commodity Exchange Act, 17 Part 0 Commodity Stabilization Service: Farm marketing quotas and acreage allotments. See Corn; Cotton; Pea

nuts; Rice, Tobacco; and Wheat. Sugar; quotas, wages, prices, etc. See Sugar. Confidential information. See Information. Conservation committees. See Committees. Conservation programs. See Agricultural conservation programs. Containers, for fruits, berries, and vegetables; standards, 7 Part 41 Contract Disputes Board for Commodity Credit Corporation, rules for, 6 Part 400 Contracts with public and private agencies, firms, and individuals, for conduct

ing agricultural research and marketing services work, 7 Part 10 Cooperation with local authorities:

Meat inspection. See Meat inspection regulations.

Prevention of animal diseases. See Animals.
Corn (grain):

See also Grains.
Acreage allotments, marketing quotas, etc., 7 Part 721
Crop insurance, 7 Part 416
Loan and purchase agreement programs:

1953 crop, 6 $ $ 421.251-421.262
1954 crop, 6 $$ 421.726–421.738

1955 crop, 6 $$ 421.1126-421.1146
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Plant quarantine, 7 $$ 319.24319.24–5, 319.41-319.41-6
Standards, 7 $ $ 26.151–26.159

Warehouses, 7 Part 102
Corn, hybrid seed; labeling and advertisement as to variety, 7 $ 201.300
Corn, sweet:

See also Vegetables.
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Plant quarantine notices, 788 319.24—319.24–5, 319.41—319.41-6
Standards:
Canned corn:

Cream style, 7 $ $ 52.851-52.863

Whole kernel (or whole grain), 7 $ $ 52.881-52.894
Fresh corn:

Corn-on-cob, husked; consumer standards 7 $ $ 51.810–51.822

Green corn, 7 $ $ 51.835–51.857
Frozen corn:

Corn-on-cob, 7 $ $ 52.931-52.940

Whole kernel (or whole grain), 7 $ $ 52.911–52.920
Corned beef hash; identity, and label statement of optional ingredients, 9 § 28.2
Cotton:

Acreage allotments, marketing quotas, etc., 7 Part 722
Classification and market news services, for organized groups of producers,

7 $$ 28,901–28.919
Classification under cotton futures legislation, 7 $$ 27.1-27.107

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Crop insurance, 7 Part 419
Imports; reentry of cotton into United States, 7 $ $ 6.71-6.75
Loan programs, 6 Part 427
Marketing quotas, 7 Part 722

Refunds of penalties, 7 $$ 714.21-714.28
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Plant quarantine notices:

Domestic, 7 $ $ 301.47—301.47-4, 301.52—301.52-13

Foreign cotton and covers, 7 $ $ 319.8–319.8-27
Standards:

Administrative provisions and general regulations, 7 98 28.1-28.149
American cotton linters, 7 SS 28.201-28.209
American Egyptian cotton, 7 $ $ 27.251-27.260
American upland cotton, 7 $ $ 27.151-27.205
Cotton fiber and spinning tests, 7 $ $ 28.950–28.961
Cottonseed for crushing purposes, 7 $ $ 28.401–28.404
Fiber fineness and maturity, 7 $ $ 27.210–27.213
Foreign growth cotton, cotton classification for, 7 $ $ 28.175-28.182
Long-staple cotton, 7 $ $ 28.301–28.304

Sea Island cotton, 7 $ $ 28.351–28.360
Warehouses, 7 Part 101
Cottonseed and products:
Cottonseed for crushing purposes:

Inspection, sampling, and certification, 7 Part 61

Standards, 7 $ $ 28.401–28.404
Inspection and certification of oilseeds, 7 $ $ 68.1–68.53
Loan and purchase programs, 6 Part 443
Parity prices, 7 Part 5

Warehouses, 7 Part 111
Cranberries and products:

See also Fruits and berries.
Parity prices, 7 Part 5

Standards, for canned cranberry sauce, 7 $ $ 52.951-52.963
Cream. See Dairy products.
Crop insurance; regulations of Federal Crop Insurance Corporation:

Barley, 7 Part 424
Beans, dry edible, 7 Part 421
Citrus fruits, 7 Part 422
Corn, 7 Part 416
Cotton, 7 Part 419
Flax, 7 Part 415
Multiple crops, 7 Part 420
Soybeans, 7 Part 423
Tobacco, 7 Part 417

Wheat, 7 Part 418
Cucumbers and products:

See also Vegetables.
Imported cucumbers; inspection and certification, etc., 7 Part 1060
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards:

Cucumber pickles, 7 $ $ 52.1681–52.1699

Fresh cucumbers, 7 $ $ 51.2220–51.2238
Currants:

See also Fruits and berries.
Standards:

Dried currants, 7 $ $ 52.981-52.985

Fresh currants, for processing, 7 $ $ 51.1950–51.1958
Customs enforcement of regulations governing importation of special classes of

merchandise:
Domestic animals, animal products, and animal feed, 19 $ 12.24
Honeybees, 19 $ 12.32
Insecticides and fungicides, 19 $ $ 12.1–12.6
Insects, injurious, 19 § 12.31

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Meat and meat-food products, 19 $ $ 12.8, 12.9
Plants and plant products, 19 $$ 12.10-12.15
Seeds, agricultural and vegetable, 19 $ 12.16
Viruses, serums, and toxins for treatment of domestic animals, 19 $ 12.17–

12.20
Dairy products (butter, cheese, cream, milk and products):

Grading and inspection, 7 Part 58
Handling of milk in various marketing areas. See Milk and milk products.
Import quotas, on butter, dried milks, and cheeses, 7 Part 6, Appendix 1
Loan and price support programs, for butterfat, milk and certain milk

products, 6 Part 430
Marketing of, under Produce Agency Act, 7 Part 48
Parity prices for milk and butterfat, 7 Part 5
Plants manufacturing, processing and packaging dairy products; minimum

specifications for approved plants, 7 $$ 58.101-58.195
Sanitary inspection of process or renovated butter, 9 Part 171
Standards:

Butter, 7 Part 24
Cheese:

Cheddar, 7 Part 45

Swiss, 7 Part 20
Milk:

Buttermilk; standards for grades, 7 Part 25
Dry milk, nonfat solids, 7 Part 39
Dry whey, 7 Part 23
Dry whole milk, 7 Part 40

Sediment standards, 7 Part 43
Dandelion greens.

See Greens.
Dates:

See also Fruits and berries.
Export diversion payment program, 6 Part 518
Marketing domestic dates produced or packed in Los Angeles and Riverside

Counties, California, 7 Part 1003
Parity prices, 7 Part 5

Standards, for processed dates, 7 $ $ 52.1001–52.1011
Debt settlement:
Set-off of debts owing to United States by certain persons, against pay-

ments due same persons, 7 Part 1109 Settlement of indebtedness arising from loans, etc., made pursuant to vari

ous acts and programs, listed, 7 Part 3 Deceased persons; payment of amounts due to, in connection with agricultural

programs, 7 Parts 1108, 1109 Defense mobilization program; authority and responsibilities of Department un

der, respecting food, farm equipment, and commercial fertilizer, 32A

Chapter I, DMO I-9 Dewberries. See Blackberries and similar berries. Disaster areas, allocation of funds for restoration practices in; farm land

restoration program, 7 Part 1107 Disaster relief programs; feed grain, 6 Part 476 Disposal of food commodities acquired through price support operations; state

ment of policy regarding, 6 Parts 402, 501 Diversion programs, for cotton and certain fruits. See Export and diversion

programs. Dried beans, peas, and lentils. See Beans, dried; Peas; and Lentils. Dried fruits. See Currants; Dates; Figs; Fruits and berries; Prunes; and

Raisins.
Driers, mechanical, or mobile drying equipment for farm commodities; pro-

grams to finance purchase of, 6 $$ 474.155–474.163, 474.426–474.434
Ducks. See Poultry.
Economic poisons (insecticides, etc.). See Poisons, economic.
Eggplant:

See also Vegetables.
Imported; inspection and certification, etc., 7 Part 1060

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