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318-1
318-2

2027-1
1220-1 to 12204

1765-10
616-1 to 616-12

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1935 edition

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Commodity Exchange Act-Continued.

numbers)
Trading limits; bedging transactions.
Bucketing orders; defrauding of customers.
Wash sales; cross trades, fictitious sales; privileges; offers; puts;

calls; guaranties....
Dealings by unregistered merchants prohibited.
Floor brokers.
Registration of merchants and brokers.
Termination of registration.
Dealings outside of market...
Books and records....
Boards of trade as contract markets.
Termination of contract market privileges.
Applications for designation as contract market.
Cooperative associations and corporations.
Investigations and reports by Secretary.
Violations, penalties...
Separability provisions.

Effective dates..
Commodity loans. (See Titlo III, Agricultural Adjustment Act of

1938.)
Communications, expenditure for..

12
Communications Act of 1934, national defense communications.
Communism, under subversive activity law.
Compacts:

Between States for flood control authorized..

Between States for tobacco control authorized.
Compensation. (See also Salaries):
Apportionment of

60
Definition of under Employees' Compensation Act.

287
Extra to clerks prohibited..

54
Heads of departments.-

3,9
Manner of making -

82 to 83
Limitations on double or additional.

61 to 68
Only payable from employing office.

147
Withholding of...
Compensation for injuries to employees. (See Employees' Compensa-

tion Act.)
Compensation Laws, State Workmen's, extension of.
Competition, resale price agreements.
Competition in bidding....

1872
Compromising authority.
Comptroller General. (See also General Accounting Office):
Authorized to furnish certified copy of contractors' bonds.

1837
Decisions of

1647
Establishment of position....

1639
Establishment of General Accounting Office.

1638
Survey of inactive accounts.

1758
Computing machines, exchange authorized

164
Condemnation-
Of land in District of Columbia for Government use.

1870 to 1870
Of sites for public buildings or other public uses.

1821 to 1827
Congress:
Information to be given Committee on Expenditures.

102
Use of appropriations to influence legislation illegal.

1280
Congressional documents, printing of..

1999
Congressmen:
Claims, interest in.

1277, 1279
Contracts, interest in; penalties, etc...

1281 to 1286
Interest in contracts, exemptions..

1890
Congressional Record, distribution....
Conservation:

Civilian Conservation Corps.
Flood Control Act.
Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Acts.
Water Conservation Acts..

115-2

1848-3 to 1848-4
647-1

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1890a
1896a

1084-2 to 1084-21
1765-1 to 1765-14
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1084–41 to 1084-62

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Conspiracy:
To commit offense against United States; penalty.

1232
To defraud the Government; penalty....

1231
To prevent United States officer from performing duties; penalty -- 1221
Constitution, United States

Pages IX to XXII
Construction of public buildings.

1827 to 1833 1831, page 19
Consuls, reports on agricultural and horticultural industries.

1420 to 1421
Contagious animal diseases, regulation covering ..

1389
Contagious diseases of livestock; regulation...

1389, 1408
Containers, fruits and vegetables. (See Standard Containers.)
Contingent appropriations:
Responsibilities of head of Department in expending-

1738
Restrictions on

1737 to 1738
Contingent funds

1737 to 1739
Contracting beyond appropriation prohibited; penalty.

1273
Contracts. (See also Public Contracts):
Advertisements in District of Columbia newspapers.

2009 to 2011
Advertisements, payment for; rates..

2009 to 2012
Advertisements, without authority, prohibited.

2012
Appropriations required.

1883 to 1884
Authorization by law required.

1883
Availability of fiscal year appropriations for.

1746
Coal purchases. (See Bituminous Coal.)
Deposit in General Accounting Office required....

1888 to 1889
Employment of men with oquipment by...

189-8
Exceeding appropriations for public buildings.

1830
Exceptions to 3709, Revised Statutes, composite. (See also Bids,
Advertisement for).

1895-19 to 1898-21
For future delivery of cotton.

1505 to 1528
Forest Service, made prior to appropriations, authority.

1037
Government-owned establishments.

1891

1895-17
Government transportation, submission of bids unnecessary for...

2016-5
Indian, interest of employees in......

1474
Interest of Congressmen, limitations; exemptions..

1281 to 1286, 1890 18909
Orders of War and Navy Department to have precedence.

1895-18
Performance to exceed payment.

1705
Public, 8-hour limitation..

1865, 1869
Public, for supplies, limited to 1 year

1885
Public, suspension of 8-hour limitation.

1869-1
Purchases in excess of $10,000. (See Public Contracts Act.)
Purchases of envelopes..

1792
Transfer of....

1887
Wages of laborers on public works regulated..

1840 to 1845
Contractors:
Obligations under Kick-back law.

1848-1
Performance bonds...

1874
Contractors' bonds:
Certified copies to be furnished by Comptroller General.

1837
Required on public work.

1834 to 1836
Contractors on public works, laborers and mechanics, hours limited... 1865
Contributions, for political purposes..

1221-5
Contributions to political committees.

1221-21
Conventions, Government expenses for prohibited...

1741
Conversion, records of General Accounting Office to be prima facio
evidence...

1270
Convict-made goods, interstate transportation limitations.

2044-1 to 20467

2046-6
Convict labor, effect of Economy Act on...

1745
Convicts:
Camps for confinement...

1309
Employment on public works.

1309 to 1310
Purchase by Federal departments of goods made by.

1311

2016-1 to 1046-6
Transportation of goods made by...

1312

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Cooperation:

Associations of farmers..--
Basic Department cooperation act.
Boards of trade...
Business organizations.
Chambers of commerce-
Civil Aeronautics Authotity with Government agencies.
Colleges...
County agencies..
Farm forestry...
Government agencies, recreational activity in national parks..
Government agencies under Water Facilities Act.
Individuals.
Individual farmers..
Lighthouse Service with Forest Service
Local associations of businessmen...
Municipal agencies...
Other Government agencies, Civilian Conservation Corps.
Regional laboratories.
Reviewing cotton statistics.
States, insect pests control...
States and local agencies.
States in procuring forest seeds and plants.
States on cotton ginning investigations....
States to devise tax laws for forest protection..
States and Territories for fire protection of forests..
States and Territories in establishment of wood lots.
States and Territories in suppressing animal diseases.
State authorities, national forests roads and trails.
States, national forests, care and protection of..
States on new uses for cotton..
States under Water Facilities Act.
Tariff Commission with other departmeuts.
Under Apple and Pear Export Act..
Under Federal Seed Act..
Under Produce Agency Act...
Under Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act..

1084-14, 1084-15
630-123

569

376-4

175
1049
540 to 541
1048
1044 to 1048
1050 to 1051
1393
941 to 942
1065 to 1074
39

1084-44

1313
628

630-254

571

1084-22, 1084-25,

1084-28

669

630-98

175

1076 to 1078

312

Under Standard Container Acts.
Under Sugar Act.

Universities...
Cooperative agreements with State officials for acquisition of forest

lands...
Cooperative associations:

Commodity Exchange Act....
Participation in marketing agreements and orders under Agricul-

472 to 482

630-17
4778 to 477b
1084-1

1756

tural Marketing Agreement Act of 1937.
Cooperative extension work by colleges.
Cooperative Farm Forestry Act.-
Cooperative funds, Forest Service, made trust account...
Cooperative Marketing Act:

Definitions.
Cooperative Marketing Division
Authority and duties of division.
Expenses and subsistence
Dissemination of information.

Rules and regulations...
Cooperative Road Construction Act. (See Federal Highway Act.)
Cooperative work, Forest Service, classification of funds..
Cooperatives:

Agricultural producers' associations authorized

Banks for. (See Federal Farm Loan Acts.)
Copyrights Government publications prohibited...
Corn quotas under Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938

561-3
561-4
561-5
561-6
561-7
561-8

1756

463 to 464

1220

630-134 to 630-143
1736
Council of National Defense...

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Cotton (see also Cotton Standards Act):
Authority of Secretary of Agriculture to borrow upon.

630-2
Classification and market news...

5648 to 5640
Cooperation with states to find new uses.

539
Ginners' statistics.....

642-1
Ginning investigations....

540 to 541
Loans from Reconstruction Finance Corporation to market.

630-3
Sale of options by Secretary of Agriculture..

630-4

(562 to 568
Statistics...

(639 to 642
Cotton Futures Act:
Definitions...

1506, 1612
Tax on contracts of sale of cotton..

1507
Contracts of cotton to be in writing; weight of balo.

1508
Exemptions from tax..

1509 to 1511, 1515
Spot markets.

1512 to 1513
Cotton standards

1514
Stamps....

1516
Contracts without stamps unenforceable.

1517
Collection of tax.

1518
Violations..

1519 to 1520
Civil damages recoverable..

1520
Immunity of witnesses..

1621
State laws unaffected..

1522
Publication of results of investigations.

1523
Cotton ginners, collection of records and reports.

642-1
Cotton option contracts under the Agricultural Adjustment Act.

630-1
Cotton Producers Pool, continuance of 1933..

630-204
Cotton quotas under Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938.

630-153 to 630-162
Cotton reports, time of issue.

612
Cotton Standards Act:
Cotton classification facilities extended to growers.

320
Licensing of samples of cotton..

321
Oficial cotton standards required in quotations and transactions.. 322
Licensing classifiers of cotton; submission of samples.

323 to 325
Establishment of cotton standards.

326
Inspection and sampling.

327
Offenses and penalties.

328 to 329
Regulations authorized.

330
Definitions

331
Appropriations authorized

332
Cotton statistics:
Census Bureau to furnish.

639
Contents of reports.

640
Foreign. ----

641
Cotton statistics and estimates:
Cooperation with States and other agencies.

565
Information deemed confidential.

563
Persons required to furnish information..

564
Publication of...

562

564a to 564C
Council, payment of expenses by Government forbidden.

2047
Counsel, Attorney General to furnish when called upon.

125
Counsel fees for legal services restricted..

126
Counterfeit, weather forecasts.

1249
Counterfeiting or wrongsully affixing, Government seal.

1251 to 1252
Counties, payments to under Farm Tenant Act.

630-62
County committees, under Farm Tenant Act..

630-66
Court of Claims:
Ascertainment of amounts due United States by debtors.

1540
Attorney General to represent United States in...

1542
Claims referred by departments...

1533 to 1535
Decrees in accounts of disbursing officers..

1532
Department to furnish evidence in certain cases.

88
Final judgment, effect of....

1539

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1221-1 to 1221-21

1220a

1227

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Court of Claims-Continued.

numbers)
Fraudulent claims..

1538
Information from departments..

1536
Judgments for set-off or counter claims.

1531
Jurisdiction....

1530
Payment of judgment..

1538
Reference of cases to Supreme Court.
Reports...

1529
Suit for unlicensed use of patent by United States.

1778
Court reports, distribution of..

1544
Courts of United States, survival of actions.

1547 to 1548
Crater National Forest:
Addition of lands.-

844 to 846, 893 to

894
Boundaries revised.

730
Exchange of lands.

771
Credit Unions (see also Federal Credit Union Act):

Allotment of space in Federal buildings..
Criminal laws of States, adoption by United States.

1308
Criminal offenses:

Against existence of Government: Subversive activity.
Against elective franchise and civil rights of citizens: Political
activity.......

1221
Against operation of Government:

Making, forging bonds, bids, public records, etc.; punishment. 1222
Making, forging deed, powers of attorneys, etc.; punishment.. 1223
Possession of false papers. -

1224
Officer making false acknowledgments.-

1225
Falsely pretending to be United States officer.

1226
Prohibition of reproduction of official badges, identification
cards, and other insignia..

1227
Punishment

1228
False personation of holder of public stocks or pensioner. 1229
False demand on fraudulent power of Attorney...

1230
False claims against United States; stealing or injuring Gov-
ernment property, etc.; penalties...

1231
Conspiring against the United States..

1232
Bribery of United States officer.

1233
Unlawful taking or using papers relating to claims.

1234
Interested persons acting as Government agents

1235
Robbery of personal property of United States..

1236
Embezzling public moneys or other property -

1237
Receiving stolen public moneys or other property.

1238
Stealing and destroying books in libraries..

1239
Timber depredations on public lands; entrymen; Indian lands,
trust allotments...

1240 to 1241
Boxing trees for turpentine-

1242
Setting fire to timber on public domain; failing to extinguish
fires..

1243 to 1244
Trespassing on Bull Run National Forest, Oreg-

1245
Breaking fences, driving cattle on enclosed public lands.. 1246
Injuring survey marks and United States telegraph lines.. 1247 to 1248
Counterfeiting weather forecasts...

1249
Molesting employes of Bureau of Animal Industry; using
deadly weapon....

1250
Counterfeiting Government seal, seal of executive department
or official passes and permits...

1251 to 1253
Hunting or taking eggs on bird breeding grounds

1254
Counterfeiting, altering, or uttering Government transporta-

tion requests; possession of plates and use thereof; printing;
secret service..

1255 to 1267
Bribery to procure public office prohibited; accepting bribe 1258 to 1239
Same; punishment.....

1260
Falsely pretending to be associated with 4-H clubs; fraudulent

use of insignia or emblems......
Impersonaling Federal employee and making arrest or search..

1231

1264

1260-1
1260-3

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