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Examination-Continued

Medical or physical examination of certain persons-Continued
Selective Service registrants, 32 §§ 1623.3, Part 1628

Veteran claimants, etc., 38 §§ 3.76, 3.184-3.189, 3.251, 3.355, 3.1095, 17.45
Visas for immigrants; physical and mental examinations required for issu-
ance of, 22 § 42.37

Radio operators, amateur and commercial; examinations for, 47 §§ 12.41-12.49, 13.21-13.28

Excavated material, in connection with construction projects, transportation of;
exemption from excise tax on transportation of property, 26 § 143.16
Excavating machinery, export control, 15 § 399.1 (Group 7)

Excavations of archeological sites. See Archeological sites and excavations.
Excess profits, taxes on:

Army or Navy contracts for aircraft or vessels, 26 Parts 16, 17

Railroads; carry-overs of unused excess profits credits, 26 Part 37

Regulations for taxable years ending after June 30, 1950. See Internal Revenue Service.

Excess property. See Surplus or excess property.

Exchange of currency, securities, etc.:

Customs regulations respecting conversion of currency, 19 § 16.4

Foreign exchange, transactions in; regulations of Monetary Offices, Treasury Department, 31 Parts 127, 128

Paper currency and coin, exchange of, 31 Part 100

Exchange of lands:

Lands within reclamation projects;

Farm units, 43 Part 406

Unproductive lands, 43 Part 403

Public lands (grazing lands, national park and forest lands, Indian lands, etc.). See Land Management Bureau.

Exchange of persons:

Admission of nonimmigrants pursuant to United States Information and Educational Exchange Act; immigration regulations respecting. See Immigration and Naturalization Service.

Exchange-Visitor Program, 22 Part 68

Visas, 22 § 41.41

Exchanges with enemy during wartime, waiver of certain documentary requirements; regulations respecting, 22 §§ 53.24, 53.28

Students, etc., exchange with other countries, under cultural-cooperation programs, etc., 22 Parts 65, 66, 68

Visas for students, teachers, trainees, etc., 22 §§ 41.41, 41.80, 41.81, 41.100 Exchanges, commodity. See Commodity Exchange Authority.

Exchanges, securities:

Credit by. See Federal Reserve System.

Regulations under Securities and Exchange Act of 1934. See Securities and Exchange Commission.

Excise tax:

Exemption of Federal agencies from, 4 Part 10

Regulations. See Internal Revenue Service.

Exclusion and deportation:

Aliens; immigration regulations, 8 Parts 236, 237, 242, 243, 244

Canal Zone; exclusion or deportation of undesirables, 35 Part 10

Exclusive basis, dealing on; cease and desist orders, 16 § 13.670

Excursions, passenger vessels; permit for, 46 § 71.10

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Executive clemency, petitions for, by persons convicted of offenses against United States, 28 Part 1

Executive orders, preparation and publication in Federal Register and Code of Federal Regulations, 1 §§ 1.31, 1.42, 1.91–1.97, 1.161, 2.2 (b)

Exhibitions:

Aircraft exhibitions; Air Force participation in, 32 Part 824
Customs entry of articles for;

Animals, works of art, etc., exported for; procedure on entry, 19 §§ 8.2 (f),
10.49, 10.66

Archeological articles imported for, 19 § 8.15 (c) (21)

Library of Congress materials, exhibit of, 44 § 501.20

Expansion goals for listed areas of production; issuance of accelerated tax amortization certificates under section 168 (formerly section 124A) of Internal Revenue Code in connection with, 32A Chapter I, DMO III-1, Supp. 1; DMO VII-6 and Supps. 1-4

Expatriates (former American citizens):

See also Citizens and citizenship.

Nonquota immigrant status for, 22 § 42.7

Relinquishment of citizenship; nationality procedures. See State Department.
Repatriation certificate, 8 Part 343

Experimental articles; temporary importation, customs regulations, 19 § 10.31
Experimental radio and television broadcast services, 47 Parts 4, 5

Experts:

Food, drugs, or cosmetics; difference of opinion among experts as to representations in connection with, 21 § 1.3

Securities experts quoted or represented as having reviewed information in registration statements, written consent of; regulations under Securities Act of 1933, 17 §§ 230.435-230.439

Exploration for certain minerals and metals:

Coal deposits on private lands; payment required from owner for exploration of known deposits, by Bureau of Mines, 30 Part 9 Encouragement of exploration of strategic and critical minerals and metals for domestic and foreign programs; delegation of authority to Secretary of Interior, by Director of Office of Defense Mobilization, 32A Chapter I, DMO I-7

Income tax deduction allowed for expenditures in connection with discovery and exploration of mineral deposits, 26 § 39.23 (ff)−1

Orders respecting. See Defense Minerals Exploration Administration. Explosives and other dangerous articles (inflammable liquids or solids, corrosive liquids, oxidizing material, compressed gas, poisons, tear gas, etc.):

See also Arms, ammunition.

Canal Zone; handling and transportation of explosives and other hazardous cargoes in, 35 §§ 4.106-4.127, 19.26, 19.28

Control of manufacture, sale of, etc.:

Arms, ammunition, and implements of war, international traffic in; registration and licensing of persons engaged in manufacture, importation or exportation of explosives, etc., 22 Part 75

Explosives and their ingredients, control of, in time of war or national emergency; authorization of manufacture, license, possession and sale of explosives and ingredients, 32 Parts 1301, 1302

Helium gas, exportation of, 22 Parts 75, 76

Customs entry of caustic or corrosive liquids, 19 §§ 12.1-12.6

Export control; explosives, fuses, and blasting caps, 15 § 399.1 (Group 8)

Fissionable materials, control of. See Atomic Energy Commission.

Helium gas, exportation of, 22 Part 76

Mailing of explosives, inflammable, combustible, or oxidizing substances,

39 §§ 14.2, 15.2 (c), 113.1 (h), 113.1 (i), 113.2 (a), 132.1 (c)

Military explosives, handling by commercial vessels:

At military installations, 33 § 19.15; 46 § 154.15

Transportation of, 46 §§ 146.29-3-146.29-100

Mining operations, explosives for use in:

Storage, transportation, etc., 30 §§ 211.79-211.90, 216.7-216.10
Tests, fees, approval, etc.:

Blasting devices, 30 Parts 17, 24, 25

Explosives, 30 Part 15

Stemming devices, 30 Part 16

Minors, employment of, in occupations involving explosives, 29 § 4.51

Poison gases, manufacture, importation or exportation of; regulations respecting international traffic in arms, ammunition, implements of war, etc., 22 Part 75

Prohibitions against carrying, setting off, etc.:

In national recreation areas, 36 § 2.8

In National Zoological Park, 36 § 501.1 (b) (12)

Security regulations; supervision and control of explosives in connection with protection and security of vessels, harbors and waterfront facilities: Canal Zone, 35 §§ 19.26, 19.28

Coast Guard regulations, 33 §§ 6.12-1-6.12-3, Part 126

Explosives and other dangerous articles-Continued

Storage on board merchant marine vessels. See Coast Guard.
Transportation of:

By air carriers. See Civil Aeronautics Board.

By motor vehicles, military or commercial:

Certification, inspection of vehicles, etc., 32 Part 34

Special instructions for drivers, 32 Part 37

By rail, motor or water carriers in interstate commerce; commodity list,
container specifications, and regulations applying to various shippers.
See Interstate Commerce Commission.

By vessels and water carriers. See Coast Guard; and Interstate Commerce
Commission.

Explosives and related products industry; minimum wage determinations for persons employed on public contracts, 41 § 202.34

Export-Import Bank of Washington:

Business enterprises, private, loans to, for certain activities in foreign countries, under Executive Order 10480; certification of essentiality by General Services Administrator, 32A Chapter I, DMO I-7

Extension of credit, 12 Part 402

See also Procedures, below.

International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, relationship to, 12 § 402.9

Letter-of-credit guaranties, 12 § 402.10

Marine transportation and insurance, 12 § 402.6
Maturities and interest rates on loans, 12 § 402.4
Nonrecourse financing, 12 § 402.5

Private trade, 12 § 402.11

Relations with commercial banks, 12 § 402.8

Small foreign trade credits, 12 § 402.7

Informational media guaranties; designation of Bank as fiscal agent of United States Information Agency to administer, 22 § 501.5

Investments abroad, guarantees of; designation of Bank as agent for International Cooperation Administration, in countries participating in program for European recovery, 22 § 204.3

Loans, to domestic exporters and importers, or to foreign governments or enterprises. See Extension of credit; and Procedures.

Procedures, 12 Part 401

Advance commitments, to exporters, 12 § 401.3

How to apply (domestic exporter or importer, foreign governments, and other foreign applicants), 12 § 401.2

Who may apply for credit, 12 § 401.1

Export Trade Act; administration of, by Federal Trade Commission, 16 §§ 1.91–1.95 Exports:

General provisions:

Bill of lading requirements, export:

For motor carriers, 49 § 172.1

For rail and water carriers, 49 Part 31

For vessels, 46 Part 223

British Token Import Plan, exportation of certain commodities to United
Kingdom under. See Foreign Commerce Bureau.

Communist-controlled countries, restrictions on transactions with; foreign
assets control regulations, 31 Parts 500, 505

Credit, extension of, to exporters of goods, engineering and other technical
services, 12 Parts 401, 402

Customs regulations respecting exportation of merchandise. See Customs
Bureau.

Excise taxes, articles subject to, export of. See Internal Revenue Service.
Export control. See Foreign Commerce Bureau.

Export declarations:

Authentication of, etc., 15 §§ 379.4, 379.5

For exports by mail or parcel post, 15 § 30.33c; 39 §§ 114.1, 114.4

No export declarations required for personal effects, contents of diplomatic pouches, ship and plane stores, etc., 15 §§ 30.47, 30.49 Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, enforcement of, in connection with exports, 19 §§ 12.1-12.6; 21 §§ 1.315-1.322

Exports-Continued
General provisions Continued

Foreign assets control; prohibitions, licenses, and authorizations with respect to transactions with designated countries (China and North Korea and certain Communist-controlled countries), 31 Parts 500, 505 Foreign relief and rehabilitation, commercial forwarding of certain exports for, 46 Part 243

Foreign trade statistics respecting. See Census Bureau.

Mail, exportation by:

Customs regulations, 19 § 9.11

Foreign trade statistics, 15 § 30.33c

International postal service. See Post Office Department.

Overtime services in connection with, at border ports, seaports, and airports, by employees of Agriculture Department; request for, and payment:

Agricultural commodities, 7 Part 354

Animals and animal products, 7 Part 97

Rail transportation in connection with export shipments; charges for, 49
§§ 144.41-144.43

Restrictions on shipments of certain commodities to Communist China,
Hong Kong and Macao, 32A Chapter VII, T-1 and T-2

See also Foreign assets control.

Unentered, rejected, etc., merchandise; customs regulations respecting exportation of, 19 §§ 8.49, 18.25-18.27

Specific articles, commodities, products, etc.:

Agricultural commodities, certain:

Butter, adulterated, 26 Part 451

Cotton, 7 §§ 6.71-6.75

Flour, mixed, 26 Part 451

Fruits and berries, 6 Parts 517, 518; 7 Part 33

Livestock, 9 Part 91

Meats, 9 Part 24

Oleomargarine, 26 Part 451

Plants and plant products 7 Part 353

Sugar, 7 Part 818; 26 § 312.300

Tobacco seed and plants, 7 Part 34

By mail, 39 § 175.2

Antibiotics, 21 § 146.10

Arms, ammunition, implements of war, helium gas, commodities involving military secrets, etc., international traffic in, 22 Parts 75, 76, 78

Currency or silver coin, export of, 31 Parts 127, 128

Explosives and other dangerous articles; transportation of export ship-
ments:

By domestic rail, motor, and water carriers, 49 §§ 71.11, 71.12, 73.9, 77.804
By vessels, 46 § 146.02-10

Fissionable materials, 10 §§ 40.10, 40.20, 50.11

Gas, natural, application for authorizations to export, 18 Part 153
Gasoline, lubricating oil, and matches, 26 § 314.26

Gold:

By mail, 39 Part 174

Regulations pursuant to Gold Reserve Act of 1934, 31 Part 54

Liquors and other articles subject to excise tax. See Internal Revenue
Service.

Helium; export restrictions, 22 Parts 75, 76; 30 § 1.14 (b)

Machine guns and certain other firearms, 26 § 319.34

Mail, exports by:

Arms, ammunition, etc., 39 Part 173

Commodities and technical data licensed for export by Commerce

Department, 39 Part 172

Consular and commercial invoices, 39 Part 176

Customs declaration, 39 §§ 114.1, 133.1

Diamonds, 39 § 172.5

Dispatch note, 39 § 114.2

Eggs, dried whole, 39 § 175.1

Gold and gold certificates, 39 Part 174

Exports-Continued

Specific articles, commodities, products, etc.-Continued
Mail, exports by-Continued

Shippers' export declarations, 39 Part 171

Technical data, 39 Parts 172, 173

Tobacco seed and plants, 39 § 175.2

Manufacturers' sale for export, of autos, radios, firearms, refrigerators,

luggage, etc., 26 § 316.25

Narcotic drugs, 21 Part 302

Playing cards, 26 Part 451

Relief supplies; ocean shipments of supplies by voluntary nonprofit relief agencies, etc., 22 Parts 202, 203

Retailers' sales for export, of jewelry, furs, luggage, etc., 26 § 320.21

Stills, 26 Part 451

Technical data, 22 §§ 75.110-75.160; 39 Parts 172, 173

Express companies:

Motor carriers; express tariffs and schedules. See Interstate Commerce Commission.

Rail express carriers:

Explosives or other dangerous articles, transportation by, 49 Part 75
Minimum wage orders for workers in Puerto Rico, 29 Part 692

Regulations respecting consolidation, accounts, rates, etc. See Interstate Commerce Commission.

Tariff charges; extension of credit to shippers by express companies, 49 Part 142a Extension of lines:

Railroad lines, certificates of public convenience and necessity for extensions of, 49 Part 41

Telephone and telegraph lines, applications for authorizations for extensions; communications common carrier regulations, 47 §§ 63.01-63.54 Extensions of time for merchandise in warehouses; customs regulations respecting, 19 Part 56

Extraordinary circumstances, postponement by reason of war of time for performing acts affecting Federal tax liabilities of individuals in, 26 §§ 472.901-472.904 Eye glasses. See Glasses and lenses.

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FM broadcast stations; radio regulations, 47 §§ 3.201-3.333
Noncommercial educational stations, 47 §§ 3.501-3.591

Face-amount certificate investment companies:

Financial statements, 17 §§ 210.12-35-210.12-41

Investments for (loans guaranteed under Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944); regulations under Investment Company Act of 1940, 17 § 270.28b-1

Face brick industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 32

Facilities, industrial:

See also Emergency facilities.

Protective construction for; availability of tax amortization incentive for, 32A Chapter I, DMO VI-4

Facilities Protection Board; reestablishment, 32A Chapter I, DMO VI-1

Facsimile radio service; radio regulations, 47 §§ 3.266, 3.318, 3.566, 4.201-4.284, 6.21 Fact finding bodies, naval; testimony before, etc., 32 Part 719

Factors' paper notes, drafts, etc., for advances to producers of staple agricultural products, discount of, 12 § 201.3 (g)

Fair employment practices in Federal Government; policies and procedures. See President's Committee on Government Employment Policy.

Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938:

Armed services procurement regulations respecting, 32 §§ 12.701-12.703, 601.701, 601.702, 601.750, 601.751, 1011.701-1011.703

Wages and hours of employment under. See Wage and Hour Division, Labor Department.

Fair trade practices. See Unfair trade practices.

Fair values:

For loans on farms:

"Normal agricultural value", basis for loans by Federal land banks, 6 §§ 10.26, 10.27

"Normal earning capacity value", basis for loans by Farmers Home Administration, 6 Part 322

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