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Interstate Commerce Commission-Continued
relays, signals, etc.), by steam railroads; instructions for reporting
purchases and prices paid for materials, 49 Part 154 Railroads: Aids, gifts, grants, donations; information to be furnished respecting,
49 $ $ 150.2, 155.9 Corporate history; information to be furnished respecting, 49 $ 150.1 Equipment and machinery, register of; forms and filing, 49 $$ 153.1,
Records, inventories of; instructions, forms, etc., 49 Part 157
forms and filing, 49 $$ 153.1, 153.70
certain materials and supplies.
Inventories of. See Inventories.
lations for keeping or records and preparation of reports,
49 $ $ 155.0–155.133
List of units, 49 $ 155.200
switches, relays, signals, etc.); instructions for reporting purchases
and prices paid for materials, 49 Part 154 Records, inventory of; instructions, forms, etc., 49 Part 157 Supplies, purchases of; reporting. See Purchases of certain materials
changes. See Property changes.
Direction to regulations of Coast Guard respecting, 49 $$ 71.9, 71.10
cles by, 49 $$ 71.1–71.3, 71.11, 73.4
counts, operations, rates, tariffs, etc. See Water carriers. Water carriers: Accounts:
Preservation and destruction of. See Records.
Uniform system of accounting. See Accounts, above.
See also Bids, above.
Applicability of prescribed regulations, 49 $ 320.1
Extensions of operations, application for certificate, 49 $ 305.1
application, procedure, transfer by fiduciaries, leases and con
tracts, abandoned or suspended operations, etc., 49 $$ 306.1-306.10 Charges for services. See Rates and charges; and Tariffs and schedules.
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of certain operations from regulations governing water carriers; trans
portation of oilfield equipment, in Gulf States Marshlands, 49 $ 315.1 Classification of carriers for reporting purposes, 49 § 126.2 Consolidation procedure; application, exhibits, form, style, and procedure,
49 $$ 52.1-52.5 Credit, extension of, to shipper or consignee; relinquishment of freight in
advance of payment, credit period, presentation of bills, additional
charges, demurrage charges, etc., 49 $$ 310.1–310.8
or agency for transportation of its own property in interstate or
foreign commerce, 49 $ 315.3 Contract carrier operations, certain, 49 Part 315 Harbors; exemption of transportation in interstate commerce solely
within limits of single harbor or between contiguous harbors.
in leasing or chartering of vessels for transporting of, in Gulf
States marshlands, 49 $ 315.1
pontoons, etc.) to and from shipyards, 49 $ 315.2
and other dangerous articles, above. Extensions of operations; applications for certificates, proof of convenience
and necessity, 49 $$ 305.1, 305.2 Fares, etc., for passenger service:
Passes of common carriers, 49 $ 330.1
Tariffs. See Tariffs.
chartering of vessels for transporting oilfield equipment, etc., exempted
from regulations, 49 $ 315.1 Harbors; exemption from regulation of transportation in interstate com
merce solely within limits of single harbor or between contingous
Philadelphia, Pa.; map of limits of area, 49 $ 303.1 (b)
leasing or chartering of vessels for transporting of, in Gulf States
marshlands; exemption from regulations, 49 § 315.1 Operations: Exemption from certain provisions of Interstate Commerce Act of
certain operations. See Exemptions. Extensions of operations; applications for certificates, proof of con
venience and necessity, 49 $$ 305.1, 305.2
See also Passes and free transportation, above.
Applicability of regulations governing, 49 $ 330.1
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See also Tariffs and schedules.
consignee, credit period, presentation of bills, collection of charges,
etc., 49 $$ 310.1-310.8 Records (accounts, memoranda, correspondence, or other documents),
preservation and destruction of; authority to destroy certain records,
period of retention, method of destruction, etc., 49 Part 325 Reorganization, corporate, plan of; copies of plan, statements and infor
mation submitted with, hearing in court, etc., 49 $$ 59.1–59.3
tion of property partly by railroad or motor vehicle, transportation
sengers, 49 $ 316.2
Notice of order, 49 $ 316.3
See also Tariffs and schedules, above.
ers of attorney and concurrences, etc., 49 $$ 312.0–312.11 Contract carriers, schedules of; construction and filing, changes,
posting regulations, etc., 49 $$ 312.100-312.108
Suspension and restoration of service; rates, 49 $ 141.12
of Maritime Commission or Interstate Commerce Commission
prior to January 1, 1941, 49 Part 311, note Tariffs; construction and filing, changes, powers of attorney and
concurrences, suspension and restoration of service, etc., 49
$$ 311.0–311.13 Temporary operating authorities; special rules of procedure, 49 $$ 2.1-2.3 Towage of empty floating vessels (derricks, dredges, tanks, caissons, pon
toons, etc.) to and from shipyards by contract carriers; exemption from
regulations, 49 $ 315.2 Transfers of certificates and permits to operate; form and style of appli
cation, procedure, transfer by fiduciaries, leases and contracts,
abandoned or suspended operations, etc., 49 $ $ 306.1-306.10 Uniform system of accounts. See Accounts. Water craft, small, operating in interstate or foreign commerce, removal from
statutory exemption. See Water carriers. Water-motor freight rates, seasonal, of common carriers, 49 $ 187.40 Waybill analysis of transportation of property (Class I steam railways). See
Reports and statistics.
Zones, commercial; motor carrier regulations. See Motor carriers.
Air carriers, certificates of public convenience and necessity for, 14 Part 202
plant products, to control insect pests and plant diseases. See Agriculture
things (garbage, lather brushes, psittacine birds, and shellfish), 42 $$ 72.21-
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merce Commission. Intimidation or coersion of customers, competitors, etc.; cease and desist orders, 16
$ $ 13.340-13.385 Intoxicating liquors. See Liquors, distilled spirits, etc. Intracoastal Waterway identification; regulations respecting, 33 $ 62.25-3 In-transit aliens: Documentation of aliens in continuous transit through United States, 22
$$ 41.50–41.52 Immigration regulations, 8 Part 214c In-transit merchandise or articles:
Arms, ammunition, and implements of war; intransit licenses, 22 $ 75.43 Customs entry procedure; articles in transit to contiguous or foreign countries,
19 Part 18 Exports; export licenses for, 15 $$ 370.6, 371.9, 372.6, 384.6
Narcotic drugs; regulations of Narcotics Bureau, 21 $ 302.28 Intrastate operating motor carriers, statement required from, of operations in inter
state or foreign commerce, 49 $ 210.10 Intrastate public utility holding companies, exemption under Public Utility Holding
Company Act of 1935, 17 $ 250.2 Inventions. See Patents and inventions. Inventories, valuation, liquidation, etc.; computation of net income, 26 $$ 39.22 (c)
39.22 (C)-8, 39.22 (d)-39.22 (d)-7,39.113 (a) (1)-1; 26 (1954) $$ 1.1321-1.1321-2 Inventory of idle Government-owned production equipment and machine tools,
provisions respecting, 32A Chapter I, DMO VII-1B Inventory production equipment group, central, Defense Department equipment in;
transfer of management to Defense Department from National Production
Authority, 32A Chapter I, DMO VII-1A Investigations and examinations of food, merchandise, etc., in connection with
enforcement of Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, 21 $ 1.700 Investment advisers; regulations under Investment Company Act of 1940 and under
Investment Advisers Act of 1940. See Securities and Exchange Commission. Investment companies: Financial statements; submission of, in connection with registration of securi
ties, 17 Part 210 Income tax regulations affecting companies registered under Investment Com
pany Act of 1940, 26 $$ 39.361-39.362-6 Open-end investment companies:
Loans to purchase shares, 12 $ $ 220.112, 221.107
§ 218.101 Regulations under Investment Company Act of 1940. See Securities and
See also Securities.
Federal Reserve System, 12 Part 1
Informational media guaranties, 22 Part 501 Invoices: Canal Zone, shipments from, to United States, certification of invoices for, 35
§ 9.11 Consular and commercial invoices, for international parcel post packages, 39
Part 176 Customs entry of imported merchandise, etc., invoices for, 19 $$ 8.3–8.26, 23.6,
Countervailing duties on spirits from, 19 $ 16.24
Taxation of income pursuant to convention with, 26 $ $ 7.1000–7.1010
Estate and gift taxes, 26 $$ 82.101-82.109
Income taxes, 26 $$ 7.500–7.532 Irish potatoes. See Potatoes.
Iron and steel, and products and manufactures:
British Token Import Plan, export to United Kingdom under, 15 § 361.13
rine engineering requirements for. See Coast Guard. Priority orders; regulations applicable to producers of steel mill products and
steel castings, and to steel producers, 32A Chapter VI, M-1A.
Iron ores, steel-making alloys, etc., 15 $ 230.11 (b), (c), (e)
(a), (m) Trade practice conference rules, 16 Parts 76, 85, 127 Transportation of iron ore by vessels to various countries; rates, etc. See Na
tional Shipping Authority. Iron and steel industries: Minimum wage determinations for persons employed on public contracts, 41
8 202.25 Trade practice conference rules, 16 Parts 76, 85, 127 Iron, Steel, and Ferroalloys Committee, Interdepartmental; establishment in Office
of Defense Mobilization, 32A Chapter I, DMO V-1, Supp. 1 Irregular air carriers; operations, etc., regulations respecting. See Civil Aeronautics
Indian lands, irrigation projects on. See Indian Affairs Bureau.
ment Bureau. Reclamation projects, Federal; applications for entry on lands in, etc. See
Aircraft, docking of, 36 $ 20.38 (c)
Commercial fishing, 36 Part 34
Sport fishing, 36 § 20.38 (a) Isonipecaine. See Narcotics. Issuers of securities registered on national securities exchanges; forms and regula
tions under Securities Exchange Act of 1934. See Securities and Exchange Commission.
Jamestown National Historic Site; admission fee, 36 88 13.1, 13.13 (d)
Government; compensation for injury, disability or death, 20 Part 71
Veterans' benefits for certain citizens or subjects of, 38 $ 3.1519 Jelly, jams, etc., fruit; definitions, and standards. See Fruits and berries. Jet fuels; export control, 15, 8 399.1 (Group 5) Jewel Cave National Monument; guide fees, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.8 Jewels and jewelry: Educational, wholesale, and catalog jewelry industry; trade practice conference
rules, 16 Parts 69, 128, 157 Excise tax regulations, 26 $$ 320.30–320.38 False marking of articles of gold or silver; customs regulations, 19 $ 11.13 Imitation jewelry; British Token Import Plan, export to United Kingdom under,
15 | 361.13 Indians, manufacturing by, of silver and turquoise products; use of Government
mark, and standards, 25 Parts 301, 304 International mailing of, 39 $8 113.2 (c), 132.1 (f), 132.2 (e) Jewelry manufacturing indu tries; minimum wages for workers (including home
workers), 29 Parts 607, 676, 709