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1941 supplement

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1935 edition
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Overthrow of Government, teaching prohibited.
Overtime pay:

Allowable under civil eight-hour law.
Not allowable generally.

54
Publie Contracts Act.
Ozark National Forest, soil erosion and food control..
Passenger-carrying vehicles, specific appropriation required..

76
Packers and Stockyards Act, 1921:
Definitions, general..

393
“Packers" defined

394
Packers, unlawful practices enumerated.

395
Packers, procedure before Secretary of Agriculture.

396
Packers, conclusiveness of orders..

397
Packers, penalties for violation by..

398
Stock yard terms defined..

399 to 400
Registration of stockyard dealer.

401
Stockyards, duty as to services.

402
Stockyards, rates and charges..

403 to 404
Stockyards, unjust practices prohibited.

405
Stockyards, liability to individuals.

406
Stockyards, complaints, inquiries, reparations.

407
Stockyards, rates and practices..

408
Stockyards, interstate rates and practices.

409
Stockyards, unfair practices; cease and desist orders.

410
Stockyards, taking effect or orders, exception..

411
Stockyards, penalty for failure to obey order...

412
Stockyards, court proceedings to enforce order; injunction. 413
Stockyards, proceedings for suspension or orders

414
General provisions, accounts and records.

415
General provisions, Federal Trade Commission powers adopted... 416
Responsibility of principal for act of agent.

417
General provisions, court proceedings.

418
General provisions, other laws unaffected.

419
General provisions, powers of Interstate Commerce Commission
and Federal Trade Commission...

420
General provisions, authority of...

421
General provisions, effect of partial invalidity.

422
Poultry dealers, declaration of policy...

423
Poultry dealers, power of Secretary to regulato.

424
Poultry dealers defined..

425
License provisions...

426 to 427
Paper and envelopes, must compare with established standard.
Paper and envelope contracts, bids.
Papers, disposition of useless.....

108
Paris Green. (See Insecticides Act.)
Parity payments. (See Title III, Agricultural Adjustment Act of

1938.)
Parks. (See National Park Service.)
Park ways in national forests, location of..
Passes, official; forgery of; penalty....

1253
Passport fees, Federal officers exempt from.

1422
Patents:
Application for, provisions governing...

1771 to 1773
Commissioner of, detail of agricultural employees to.

1777
Contents and duration.....

1774
Department heads to expedite.

1775 to 1776
Inventions subject to.

1768
Officers and employees, issuance to.

1776
Plants.

1769
Use of invention by United States.

1778
Pathological specimens.

512
Patriotic societies and observances.

1779 to 1791
Paulina National Forest, exchange of lands..

820
Pay. (See Salaries.)

1967-1 to 1967-2
1867-1

1456-3

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630-44
630-45
630-46
630-47
630-48

1935 edition
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Pay Readjustment Act, traveling expenses of certain employees re-
stricted.....

69
Payment bonds:
Required in construction contracts.

1835
Right of action under....

1836
Payment to Georgia Experiment Station.

500
Peanut Statistics Acts:

Collection and Publication...
Statistics for picked or threshed peanuts.
Reports; by whom made
Grades and standards authorized.
Limitation on use of information..

Rules and regulations
Pears. (See Apple and Pear Export Act.)
Pecos National Forest, exchange of land.

821
Penalty:
Animal quarantine statutes.

1400
Diseased animal laws..

1391
Penalty privilege:
Agricultural extension work.

1787
Distribution of seeds and reports.

1786, 2001
Enclosure of penalty envelopes.

1785
Experiment stations....

486
Extension Service generally.

1782 to 1791
Extended to Hawaii.

1788
False use of, penalty.

1301
Indorsement of penalty on envelopes required..

1783
Matter admitted under penalty privilege; weight restrictions. 1789 to 1790
Part-paid packages, receipt of...

1784
Registration of letters without fee permitted...

1784
Restricted to official and exclusive Government business.

1782
Restrictions on use..
Reports on amount of free mail.
Transfer prohibited..

1791
Pennsylvania, forest experiment station.

1043
Pensions of civilian employees prohibited.

96
Per diem:
or foreign agricultural employees.

620
Regulations governing..

293
Performance bonds:
Generally

1874
Required on public works.

1834
Periodicals:
Advance of public moneys for.

1706 to 1707
Advance payment for subscriptions.

1138
Exchange authorized...

166
Limitations on expenditures for

99
Purchase from contingent appropriations..

1739
Perishable agricultural commodities. (See Produce Agency Act.)
Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act:

Definitions...
Unfair conduct, what constitutes.
Licenses; by whom required...
Issuance of licenses; termination..
Liability to person damaged...
Complaint and in vestigation; hearings, etc..
Reparation orders...
Suspension and revocation of licenses
Accounts and records; duties of licensee.
Effective date of orders; notification..
Injunction for violation.
General provisions......
Investigations; books and records.

1791-1
1791-1

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577
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579
560
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Inspection and grading services.

586
Rules and regulations......

587
Liability or licensee for acts of agents.

588
Short title...

590
Permanent Appropriation Repeal Act:
Meat inspection, appropriation repealed..

1752
National Forest Reservation Commission, appropriation repealed.. 1752
Migratory Bird Conservation fund, appropriation repealed. 1753
Department of Agriculture accounts abolished.

1754 to 1755
Classification of funds for “Cooperative Work, Forest Service". 1756
Unclaimed check, accounts of..

1757
Inactive accounts, survey of..

1758
Construction of act..

1759 to 1761
Permits, drivers of vehicles in District of Columbia.

115a to 115b
Permits for milk importation..

1440
Personal injury, claims for

1084-19, 1667-4
Personal services, availability of lump sum appropriations for ------ 1730
Personnel (see also Officers and employees):
Classification Board.

212 to 213
Employment of...

43 to 48
Reductions in married persons (Economy Act).

39 to 40
Pests (see also Insect Pests Act): Control of...

376-1 to 376-6
Pests and plant disease control, advertisement for bids..

1895-1
Petersburg, Alaska, water supply protected..

1027-44 to 1027-47
Phosphate:
Application of Mineral Land Leasing Act.

1572, 1574 to 1684
Leases...

1585 to 1588
Rock, land of United States, patents obtainable.

1555
Photographed records, disposal of..

2012-12
Photographs:
Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1938.

630-191
Soil Conservation and Domestic Allotment Act.

1084-40
Pike National Forest:
Addition of lands.

841 to 842, 897 to

900
Lands reserved for water supply for Colorado Springs and Manitou,
Colorado...

980 to 985
Pilot training

2046-13 to 2046-14
Pipe lines on Federal lands.

1564
Pisgah National Forest, addition of lands..

901
Plans for public buildings......

1831 to 1833 1831, page 19
Plant disease control, advertisement for bids.

1895-1
Plant disease control...

376--1 to 376 6
Plant diseases, control by inspection..

390 to 391

390a
Plant Patent Act:
Inventions patentable.

1768
Plants..

1769
Separability.

1770
Application for patent.

1771
Drawings and specimens.

1772
Oath of applicant..

1773
Contents and duration of patent.

1774
Plant Quarantine Act of 1912

385
Plant Quarantine and Control Administration..

389
Plants (see also Nursey Stock and Plant Quarantine Act):
Imported by Government, customs duties.

13158
Propagating stations

545
Purchase and distribution by Secretary of Agriculture.

529
Plants and plant products, State inspection of..

390

390a
Plants patentable..

17€8a
Pleuro-pneumonia; investigations; regulations.

1300
Plumas National Forest, addition of lands.....

902

1027-17
Plumbing equipment, loans to private persons to install.

630-33
Pocatello National Forest, addition of lands.

903
Poison. (See Caustic Poison Act.)

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Police, watchmen of Department to have same powers as.

142
Political activity:
Intimidation and coercion of voters prohibited..

1221-1
Administrative emloyees, use of official authority.

1221-2
Promise of employment or other benefits...

1221-3
Deprivation of employment or other benefits.

1221-4
Assessments; contributions; solicitations..

1221-5
List of benefit recipients, furnishing prohibted.

1221-6
Appropriations; use in coercing voters

1221 7
Penalties for violating foregoing provisions..

1221-10
Prohibited political activity of State or local employees.

1221 -13
Campaign contributions....--

1221 -14
District of Columbia employees affected.

1221-15
Civil service regulations regarding political activity given effect of
law...

1221 -16
Political activity in areas adjacent to National Capital.

1221 -17
Savings clause for State and local officers.

1221-18
Permissible activity.

1221-19
Definition of “State".

1221 -20
Limitations on expenditures of political committees

1221-21
Political coercion prohibited.....

1928
Political contributions, Federal employees and officers making, re-
strictions

1287 to 1289
Politics, administration of Rural Electrification Act without.

603-37
Ponds, reservoirs, wells, etc., erection of

1084-42
Portraits, furnished by Bureau of Engraving and Printing -

1663
Postal disbursements functions transferred
Postmaster General, mailing regulations for plant and nursery stock .. 390

3908
Potash Mining Act.

1560, 1572, 1614 to

1620
Potomac Park, to be connected with National Zoological and Rock
Creek Park.

1810
Potomac Park, use of by Department of Agriculture.

1809
Poultry, regulation under Packers and Stockyards Act, 1921.

423 to 427
Powell National Forest, boundaries revised..

734 to 735
Powers of attorney, forgery of, penalty..

1223
Predatory animals, experiments for control of

542 to 344

512
Prescott National Forest:
Mining locations.

760
Recreational facilities.

934
President:
Agricultural emergency, authority to terminate...

630-10
Budget, transmission to Congress, recommendations, etc.

1627 to 1629
Civil Service, authorized to extend..

200-2
Departmental vacancies, authority as to

4 to 6
Emergency powers under Sugar Act of 1937.

630-115
Imports, authority to limit.

630-24
Importation of animals, authority to suspend.

1384
International conferences, authority in re..

1422-1
Lands under Farm Tenant Act, authorized to transfer....

630-69
Latin American students, enrollment of in Government schools,
permissible by...

1343-1
Leave regulations, issuance by.

27e, 300
Messages transmitting Reorganization Plans.

pages 22, 34, 42

49
National forest lands, authority to restore to entry.

785
Powers under Reorganization Act of 1939

115-13
Selective Service powers.

636-3
Transportation contracts.

1893
Price Adjustment Act of 1938. (See Agricultural Adjustment Act of

1938.)
Price control, tobacco. (See Tobacco Control Act.)
Printing and binding; estimates; submission.

1718 to 1719
Printing materials, purchased by departments..

1967-3
Private property, damages to. (See "Claims," "Damages.")

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1941 supplement

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Process Butter Act.
Proeurement Division; powers over abandoned property.

1831, 1860 to

1864-2

227-6

630-35

630-61
1084-18
1819
1851-1

1231
1860

2046-5

630-191

167

Produce Agency Act:
Destroying farm products; penalty.

569
Enforcement provisions...

570
Appropriation authorized.

571
Rules and regulations..

571
Separability clause.

572
Production credit. (See Federal Farm Loan acts.)
Promotions:
Must be authorized by Secretary.

146
Civil Service employees....

217, 220
Property:
Abandoned to or seized by the United States..

1852 to 1859
Acquisition and disposition under Rural Electrification Admin-

istration
Arlington Farm transferred to Agriculture.

550 to 553
Authority of Secretary to sell, exchange, or lease..
Civilian Conservation Corps, exchange authority.
Construction of buildings on, title clearance.

1819
Disposition of unfit horses and mules.
Inventories required..

105
Penalty for stealing or injuring
Real, disposition and control outside of the District of Columbia..
Real, purchase of, title clearance...

1819
Sale of surplus supplies, War Department.

634
Theft of personal.

1236
Transfer to War Department for storage, use.

635
Transportation by Army.

631
Transportation by land-grant railroads.

638
Property, sale of department:

Aerial photography.
Animals or animal products.
Bison.......

168
Copies of indices..

169
Films....

172
Photographic prints and maps.

170
Prints and lantern slides.

171
Sugar samples, Naval stores, microscopical specimens, etc.

173
Property damage, claims for
Property of Department of Agriculture, custody of..

134
Property of the United States, sale of; disposition of proceeds.

1674 to 1676
Prospecting. (See Mineral Lands Leasing acts.)
Prospecting permits on Federal lands, cancelation of...

1562
Public buildings:

Appropriations for to remain available until completion of. 1743
Bonds of contractors required...

1834 to 1836
Building sites limited to appropriations..

1828, 1832
Condemnation of sites for erection of..

1821 to 1827
Consent of States for acquisition of sites for.

1819 to 1820
Construction, etc., by Treasury Department.
Contracts for, in excess of appropriations.

1830
Examination of title to lands for...

1819 to 1820
Furniture for new, procurement of.

1846
Mourning, not to be draped in

1848
Payment for erection sites..

1828 to 1829,1830,

1832
Plans limited by authorizing appropriation.

1833
Plans to be under supervision of Public Buildings Administration.. 1831 to 1833
Selection of sites..

1818
Treasury Department to have control.

1847
Public Buildings Administration:
To supervise plans for public buildings...

1831 to 1833, 1846

to 1847
Transferred to Federal Works Agency.

1084-19

1819
1831

1819

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