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Geological Survey-Continued
Oil gas wells and products; leases, sales, operating regulations, etc. Continued
Operating regulations, 30 Part 221, 250_Continued
Lessees-Continued

Royalties, computation of, 30 $8 221.46–221.52

Supervisors, jurisdiction and functions, 30 $ $ 221.3–221.17 Precautions on approaching oil and gas wells in coal-mining operations, 30

$ 211.17
Oil shale, mining of; operating and safety regulations respecting, 30 Part 231
Phosphate, mining of; operating and safety regulations respecting, 30 Part 231
Potash, mining of; operating and safety regulations respecting, 30 Part 231
Quicksilver, mining of; operating and safety regulations respecting, 30 Part 231
Report forms, 30 $ 200.1
Silica sands, mining of; operating and safety regulations respecting, 30 Part 231
Silver, mining of; operating and safety regulations respecting, 30 Part 231
Sodium, mining; operating and safety regulations respecting, 30 Part 231. See

Minerals.
Strip coal mining, 30 $ 211.27
Sulphur:

Mining; operating and safety regulations respecting, 30 Part 231

Sulphur operations in outer Continental Shelf, 30 Part 250 Water wells:

Acquisition and leasing, 30 Part 241

Precautions on approach, 30 $ 211.17 George-Barden funds, use of, for vocational education and guidance, 45 Part 102 George Washington Birthplace National Monument:

Admission fees, etc., 36 $$ 13.1, 13.13 (a)

Travel on roads, 36 $ 20.23 (a) Germany: Income taxation pursuant to convention with Federal Republic, 26 (1954) Part

503 Property of nationals of. See Alien Property, Office of. Securities, German; trading in, by over-the-counter securities markets, prohib

ited unless validated, 17 & 240.15c2-3 Veterans' benefits for certain citizens or subjects of, 38 $ 3.1519 Gettysburg National Military Park:

Admission fee (Cyclorama Building), 36 $8 13.1, 13.13 (e)

Speed of vehicles, 36 $ 20.35 (a) Gift tax regulations. See Internal Revenue Service. Gifts. See Donations, gifts, contributions. Giftware and jewelry (catalog) industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 157 Gin. See Liquors, distilled spirits, etc. Ginger, tincture of, classification as intoxicating liquor, for purpose of excise tax,

26 $ 171.6
Give-away programs, by radio and television stations, 47 $8 3.122, 3.292, 3.656
Glacier Bay National Monument, Alaska:

Aircraft, designated landing area, 36 $ 1.61 (a) (3)
Fishing, 36 $ 1.4

Mineral deposits in public lands in; prospecting, mining, etc., 43 $ 69.11
Glacier National Park, Montana:

Camping, 36 $ 20.3 (e)
Exchanges of public for private lands within, 43 8$ 150.1-1.506m
Fishing, 36 $ 20.3 (a), (b), (c)
Motor vehicles:

Fees, 36 $ $ 13.1, 13.15
Mufflers, 36 $ 20.3 (f)

Speed, 36 $ 20.3 (d)
Pack trains or saddle horse parties, 36 § 1.17
Private lands within, 36 Part 12
Sanitation, 36 $ 1.7

Timber disposal, 36 Part 22
Gladiolus bulb industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 206
Glands, suprarenal; removal from hog carcasses prior to final inspection, to be used

in manufacturing therapeutic extracts, 21 $ 3.22

Glandular preparations; notice to manufacturers, packers and distributors respect

ing labeling, 21 $ 3.3 Glass, flint, industry; minimum wage determinations for persons employed on public

contracts, 41 $ 202.18
Glass, products, and manufactures:

British Token Import Plan, export to United Kingdom under, 15 § 361.13
Export control, 15 g 399.1 (Group 5)

Safety glass, ultra violet radiation; test fee schedules, 15 $ 204.201
Glasses (spectacles, lenses, etc.):
Opera glasses, field glasses, lorgnettes, etc.; excise tax on sales by retailers,

26 $ 320.36 Protective spectacles, etc.; test fee schedules, 15 $ $ 202.201-202.205, 204.201 Gliders:

Air traffic rules applicable to; civil air regulations, 14 § 60.60

Airworthiness requirements, 14 Part 5 Glossimetry:

Standard samples, 15 $ 230.11 (w)

Test fee schedules, 15 § 202.110
Glove industry; wages:

Employment of learners at below minimum wages, 29 $$ 522.60_522.65
Home workers; minimum wages for, 29 Part 621
Minimum wage determination for persons employed on public contracts, 41

$ 202.46
Goats. See Livestock.
Gold:

Assays of gold bullion and ores, 31 Part 90
Customs regulations respecting:

Imported articles of gold; false marking of, 19 § 11.13
Seizure of vessels, vehicles, or aircraft transporting, in violation of certain

laws, 19 88 23.3, 23.31
Export control, 15 § 370.4 (b)
Flatware or hollow ware; excise tax on sales by retailers, 26 § 320.35
Foreign trade statistics, 15 $ 30.17
Gold Reserve Act of 1934:
Regulations of Monetary Ofices respecting conditions under which gold

may be acquired, held, transported, treated, imported, exported, etc.,

31 Part 54
Seizure and forfeiture of gold for violations of Act, 31 Part 406
Importation or exportation of:

By mail, importation prohibited, 39 $ 117.2
Conditions under which gold may be exported, imported, etc.; regulations

of Monetary Ofices, Treasury Department, 31 Part 54
Insurance of gold shipments, 31 Part 260, note
Prohibition of transactions involving designated countries (North Korea

and China) or their nationals, 31 $ $ 500.201 (a) (3) Mailing or shipment of gold coin, bullion, etc.:

Exportations by mail, 39 Part 174
Government Losses in Shipment Act, shipments under, 31 Part 260

Within Alaska; rates, 39 $ 25.2 (b) (5)
Mining of; operating and safety regulations, 30 Part 231
Mint Bureau procedures and forms respecting gold, 31 Part 92
Motor contract carriers of bullion, etc., relieved of certain requirements respect-

ing presentation, filing, etc., of contracts, 49 $ 173.3 Public lands containing gold:

Alaska; mining along shores of navigable waters, 43 $$ 69.12–69.18
General regulations respecting mining, mineral leasing. See Land Man-

agement Bureau. Leasing to owners of confirmed private land claims, 43 Part 187 Seizure and forfeiture of gold for violations of Gold Reserve Act of 1934 and

Gold Regulations, 31 Part 406 Weight of gold dollar; regulations of Monetary Offices, 31 $ $ 55.1, 55.2 Withholding of gold coins, bullion, and certificates, after January 17, 1934;

instructions respecting, 31 $ 53.1 Goldsmiths' and silversmiths' wares; British Token Import Plan, export to United

Kingdom under, 15 § 361.13
Golf goods. See Athletic and sporting goods.

Good moral character, requirement for admission of aliens:

Immoral aliens; ineligible immigrants, 22 § 42.42

Naturalization requirement, 8 Part 316 Government agencies: Alcohol, industrial, use by; excise tax regulations, 26 $$ 182.171-182.174, 182.897

182.903, 182.1002–182.1008 Customs regulations respecting imported merchandise for, 19 $$ 9.7, 22.37 Distribution to, of Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, and United

States Government Organization Manual, 1 88 1.233, 2.5, 3.23, 3.26 Furniture, supplies, and equipment; export declarations for, 15 § 30.46 Indian arts and crafts; Government stamp or mark, for arts and crafts of

American Indians or Alaskan Indians and Eskimos, 25 Parts 301–310 Liaison officers with Federal Register Division for publication of regulations;

designation, etc., 1 $ $ 1.21, 1.22, 3.11, 3.12 Mail, official; franked, penalty, and free mail, 39 Part 27 Minerals developed by Government agencies to aid in prosecution of World

War II; leasing of, 43 $ 191.40 Motor vehicles, Government owned, operated by civilian personnel; motor ve

hicle operator regulations, 5 Part 38 Navigation aids, establishment and operation by Coast Guard to serve needs of

Federal agencies, 33 $ 62.10-10 Organization statement, publication of, in United States Government Organi

zation Manual, 1 $ $ 3.6, 3.16, 3.17 Property, Government. See Property. Quasi-official agencies, publication of organizational statement of, in U. S. Gov

ernment Organization Manual, and liaison officers for, 1 $$ 3.8, 3.11, 3.12,

3.18 Radio communications and services: Alaska; protection of government services and use of frequencies, 47

$ $ 14.202, 14,207, 14.252 Coastal stations; use of Government frequencies for telephony, 47 $ 7.371 Cooperation between Federal and State commissions, agencies, etc.; com

munications carriers subject to one or more State public utilities com

missions, radio regulations, 47 Part 1, Appendix 2 Free radio service rendered to governmental agencies in connection with

national defense; radio regulations, 47 $ 2.406 Telegraph communications, foreign and overseas, of Government agencies;

priorities, rates and charges, etc., 47 $$ 64.301-64.310 Rules, regulations, etc.; preparation and publication in Federal Register and

Code of Federal Regulations. See Administrative Committee of Federal

Register. Telegraph communications, foreign and overseas, of Government agencies, com

munications, common carrier regulations, 47 $ $ 64.301-64.310 Unfair trade practices involving Government programs, information, employees,

etc.; cease and desist orders, 16 $$ 13.320, 13.460, 13.500, 13.505, 13.2100,

13.2110 Government employees:

Aliens; nonquota immigrant status for, 22 $ 42.9
Bank accounts of employees on foreign duty; payments from accounts by bank-

ing institutions, 31 $ 500.520 Civil service employment of. See Civil Service Commission. Claims for payments of amounts due in case of deceased or incompetent em

ployees, 4 Part 5 Compensation for injuries or death while in performance of duty. See Em

ployees' Compensation Bureau. Customs entry of personal and household effects, for employees overseas, 19

$ 54.2 Customs officers and employees, identification cards for, 19 § 23.33 Discrimination in employment; President's Committee on Government Em

ployment Policy, procedures, 5 Part 401 Foreign duty; additional compensation or credit for. See Civil Service Com

mission; and State Department. Furniture, etc., of:

Export declarations, 15 $ 30.46

Free import of personal and household effects during war, 19 $ 54.2 Incentive awards, 5 Part 32

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Government employees—Continued
Inventions, patents, etc.:
Regulations of various agencies respecting inventions by employees:

Health, Education, and Welfare Department, 45 Parts 6, 7, 8
Interior Department, 43 $$ 6.5, 6.6
Navy Department, 32 Part 739

Veterans Administration, 38 $$ 1.650–1.667
Rights of Government in, etc., 37 Part 300
Leave regulations, 5 Part 30
Loyalty and security programs. See Security programs.
Loyalty of employees of certain international organizations, cases involving.

See International Organization Employees Loyalty Board.
Mail, franked, penalty, or free:

Census mail, 39 $ 27.4 (a)
Diplomatic and consular mail, 39 $ 27.3
Franked mail, 39 $ 27.1
Naturalization mail, 39 $ 27.4 (b)

Penalty mail, 39 $ 27.2
Navigation aids, establishment and operation by Coast Guard to serve needs of

Federal agencies, 33 $ 62.10-10 Overtime. See Overtime. Passports for officers and employees abroad on official duty, 22 $$ 51.42–51.44 Pay and allowances for. See Civil Service Commission; and State Department. Retirement regulations, 5 Part 29 Surplus personal Government property; sales to Government employees, 44

§ 55.53 Unemployment compensation for Federal employees under title XV of Social

Security Act; responsibilities of Federal agencies, State employment security agencies, and agencies in Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands, 20 Parts 609,

610, 611 Unfair trade practices involving Government programs, information, employees,

etc.; cease and desist orders, 16 $$ 13.320, 13.460, 13.500, 13.505, 13.2100,

13.2110 Vocational rehabilitation of employees disabled in performance of duty, 45

§ 401.36 Witness fees for, 28 & 21.1 Government Employment Policy, President's Committee on. See President's Com

mittee on Government Employment Policy. Government lands, dams, structures, etc., annual charges for use in connection with

electric power projects, power sites, etc.; regulations under Federal Power Act,

18 Part 11 Government Losses in Shipment Act, insurance under: Bonds, United States savings, etc.; replacement out of fund established for losses

to United States resulting from payment in connection with redemption of

certain bonds; regulations of Public Debt Bureau, 31 Part 322 Claims for replacement of valuables or value thereof; regulations of Accounts

Bureau, 31 Part 261 Declaration of valuables; regulations of Accounts Bureau, 31 Part 262 Gold and silver coin or bullion, shipments to, from, between or within foreign

countries, excepted from prohibitions of section 4 (purchase of insurance);

regulations of Accounts Bureau, 31 Part 260, note Shipment of valuables pursuant to; regulations of Accounts Bureau respecting,

31 Part 260 Government obligations (bonds, etc.). See United States Government obligations. Government Patents Board:

Acquisition and protection of foreign rights in inventions, 37 Part 301
Inventions made by Government employees, administration of uniform patent

policy with respect to domestic rights in, 37 Part 300
Licensing of foreign patents acquired by Government, 37 Part 302
Governments, foreign. See Foreign countries, governments, companies, etc.
Governor of Panama Canal; authority, etc. See Panama Canal.
Grading and grade labeling of certain agricultural commodities (dairy products,

eggs, meats, poultry, and rabbits). See Agriculture Department. Grain sorghums. See Grains.

Grains and related commodities:

Acreage allotments. See Marketing quotas, acreage allotments.
Cargoes, loading and stowage of, on vessels, 46 Part 144
Crop insurance:

Barley, 7 Part 424
Corn, 7 Part 416
Multiple crop insurance, 7 Part 420

Wheat, 7 Part 418
Customs regulations:
Canada, grain from, to be ground and returned; exemption from customs

duties, 19 $ 5.14
Screenings; customs entry, 19 $ 8.15 (c) (23)
Wheat:

Entry of wheat unfit for human consumption, 19 $ 10.106

Storage of wheat; supervision of space bonded for, 19 $$ 19.29–19.34 Definitions and standards of identity, for corn flour, corn meal, and canned

corn, 21 $$ 15.500–15.514, 52.990 Export programs, for wheat and wheat flour, 6 Part 481 Inspection and certification, 7 $ $ 68.1-68.53 Loans, purchases, and price support operations, for barley, corn, flaxseed, grain

sorghums, oats, rice, rye, soybeans, and wheat, 6 Part 421 Marketing quotas acreage allotments, etc.:

Corn, 7 Part 721
Rice, 7 Part 730

Wheat, 7 Part 728
Parity prices, determination of, for barley, broom corn, buckwheat, corn, flax-

seed, grain sorghums, oats, popcorn, rice, rye, soybeans, and wheat, 7 Part 5 Plant quarantine notices, foreign:

Corn, maize, broomcorn, 7 $$ 319.24–319.24–5, 319.41–319.41-6
Rice, 7 $$ 319.55–319.55–7

Wheat, 7 $$ 319.59-319.59–7
Seed. See Seeds.
Standards, for barley, corn, flaxseed, oats, rice, rye, soybean, wheat, etc., 7

Part 26 Storage of grains: Customs supervision of space bonded for storage of wheat, 19 $$ 19.29–

19.34 Farm storage facilities, loan program for, 6 Part 474 Grain stored on ground or in temporary facilities; distress loan pro

gram, 6 Part 473 Tax amortization deduction for storage facilities, 26 $$ 39.124B—39.124B-8 Trading in grains on commodity exchanges; regulations respecting barley, corn,

flaxseed, oats, rye, wheat, etc., 17 Parts 2, 100 Limits on position and daily trading for future delivery, 17 $$ 150.1, 150.3,

150.4
Transportation to various countries by vessels; rates, etc. See Coast Guard; and

National Shipping Authority.
Wages and hours of workers engaged in production of grain, 29 Part 536

Warehouses, 7 Part 102
Grand Canyon National Park:

Fishing, 36 $ 1.4
Motor vehicles:

Commercial automobiles and busses, 36 8 1.36
Fees, 36 $f 13.1, 13.15

Load and weight limitations, special permits, speed, etc., 36 $ 20.4
Pack trains or saddle horse parties, 36 g 1.17
Grand Teton National Park:

Aircraft, designated landing area, 36 $ 1.61 (a) (4)
Fishing, 36 $$ 1.4, 20.22 (b)
Grazing, 36 $ 1.20
Motor vehicles:

Fees, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.15

Speed, 36 $ 20.22 (a) Mountain climbing, 36 $ 1.14 Timber cutting, 36 $ 1.2 (c)

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