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Apr. 9, 1951 Commerce, NPA.

NPA issued NPA Order M-50, as Amended, making certain

copper products available to the electric power industry for maintenance and expansion of power plants, distribution

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NPA issued NPA Order M-12, as Amended, exempting elec

tric power utilities from its provisions so far as the use of

copper products specified in M-50 are concerned, Apr. 10, 1951 Price Stabilization.. OPS issued Supp. Reg. 18 to GCPR, permitting processors

and millers to establish ceiling for flour and other grain
products which reflect actual grain costs during the base

period.
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OPS issued Rev. 1, CPR 2, to provide corrections in the

original order. do.

OPS issued Amend. 4 to CPR 6, permitting premium pay

ments for certain quality tallows.
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OPS issued Ceiling Price Reg. 21, establishing ceiling prices

for coal sold as bunker fuel.
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OPS issued Supp. Reg. 17 to GCPR, exempting all sales of

timber (stu mpage) from GCPR. Apr. 11, 1951 .do..

OPS issued Amend. I to CPR 17 adding natural gas, casing

head gas, and refinery gas to the list of those items covered

this order.
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OPS issred Gen. Overriding Reg. 3, exempting from price

control certain rubber, chemical, and drug commodities.
Do.. Interior, Defense Minerals DMA issued M0-5, prescribing the regulations governing
Administration.

Government aid in defense exploration projects.
Apr. 12, 1951 Defense Transport.

DTA issued General Order DTA-2, as Amended, clarifying

and extending the regulation and allocation of port terminal

facilities for handling grain (sec Item 161). Do Interior, Defense Minerals DMA issued M0-3, regulating the delivery and acceptance Administration.

of zinc ore under toll agreements. Apr. 13, 1951 Interior, Defense Electric | DEPA issued DEPA Order E0-1 as Amended, revising tho Power Administration. requirements on information to be filed by electric utilities

as a basis for authorization for the purchase of certain

critical materials for major plant additions. Do. Housing and Home Finance HHFA issued CR 1, Amended, Residential Credit Controls, Agency.

policy and procedure as applicable to specified critical

defense areas. do...

HHFA issued CR 2. Amended, Residential Credit Controls,

regulation governing processing and approval of exceptions

and terins within specified critical defense areas. Apr. 12, 1951 Agriculture, Production PMA issued Defense Food Order No. 2 to make available an

and Marketing Adminis adequate supply of processed foods for the requirements of tion.

governmental agencies to meet military and essential civil

ian needs. Apr. 13, 1951 do.

PMA issued Sub Order 1 to DFO 2, designating the canned

vegetable set-aside for the 1951 pack. Apr. 16, 1951 Commerce, NPA.

NPA issued NPA Reg. 4, as Amended, removing certain

scarce materials from list of products obtainable under

MRO Program.
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NPA issued NPA Order M-56, to assure military needs and

other defense requirements by reserving virtually the entire

supply of goose and duck feathers and down.
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NPÅ issued NPA Order M--57, restricting the use of que

bracho by oil or gas well drillers and permitting processors to use vegetable tanning material only in the processing of

leather and the manufacture of pharmaceutical products. Do do.

NPA issued NPA Order M-4, as Amended, prohibiting the

beginning of any new swimming pool construction, also
places tobacco auction warehouses on List B (NPA author-

ization required).
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NPA issued NPA Reg. 3 as Amended, to further implement

the United States-Canadian priorities system, permits
Canadian companies to apply for MRO assistance, and
designates Canadian “distributors and importers" as eli-

gible for priority aid.
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Price Stabilization.

OPS issued Amend. 1 to CPR 18, extending the closing date

for computing ceiling prices under CPR 18. Asr. 17, 1951 Interior, Defense Minerals DMA issued M0-7 establishing a system of identification or Administration.

serial numbers for use of mines, smelters, and mineral
processing plants in obtaining priorities and allocations of

Source materials.
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OPS issued Supp. Reg. 19 to GCPR, providing for adjust

ments of ceiling prices in certain instances to the minimum

prices established under State Fair Trade Acts.
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OPS issued Genere] Overriding Reg. 4, exempting certain

consumer soft goods from price control.
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OPS issued General Overriding Reg. 5, exempting certain

consumer durable goods from price control.

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OPS issued Amend. 1 to Supp. Reg. 14, GCPR, re sales by

Commodity Credit Corporation. OPS issued Supp. Reg. 20 to GCPR, permitting sellers of milk, cream, and milk products for fluid consumption to

incre se their ceiling prices in certain cases. OPS issued Amend. I to Supp. Reg. 15, GCPR, exempting

additional service fees and charges from GCPR. NPA issued Schedule 3 to NPA Order M-45 placing sulfuric

acid under allocation. PMA ?nd NPA issued a Memorandum of Agreement defin

ing the respective allocation and priority responsibilities of Agriculture and Commerce in connection with foods which

have industrial uses. NPA issued Schedule 4 to NPA Order M-45 placing plastic

type nylon (used mainly in brushes) under allocation. NPA issued NPA Order M-58, limiting inventories of binder

and baler twines as a move to prevent boarding by distrib

utors and users. NPA issued NPA Order M-7, as Amended, permitting

limited use of aluminum during May and June in the

manufacture of certain consumer items. President announced the establishment of a Science Advisory

Committee in the Office of Defense Mobilization to advise in matters relating to scientific research and development

for defense. OPS issued Amend. 2 to CPR-5, to clarify and simplify cer.

tain provisions of the order re iron and steel scrap. DSFA issued Solid Fuels Order 1, establishing a system of

classification of coal mines, coke plants, etc., to assist its

program of priority and allocation assistance. OPS issued General Overriding Reg. 6, exempting sales of

merchandise bearing brand or insignia of specified non

profit organizations from ceiling price restrictions, DTA has been made claimant agency for critical materials

and equipment required by domestic transport, storage, and port facilities in maintaining or expanding essential

services and plants. NPA issued NPA Order M-36, as Amended, revising set

asides on paper required for filling essential Government

Orders.
GSA issued an Amendment to its rubber regulation which

interprets and implements authority of GSA to control
importation of crude natural rubber and natural rubber

latex into the United States. President signed Executive Order 10233 amending EO 10161

with respect to Wage Stabilization and settlement of labor disputes. NPA issued NPA Order M-25, as Amended, permitting the

use of tin plate for certain type containers for whole, dried,

or skimmed milk. NPA issued NPA Reg. 5, esta an Appeals Board to

hcar appeals for adjustment under NPA orders and regu

lations, OPS issved Amend. 3 to CPR 7 and Amend. 3 to Supp. Reg.

1, CPR 7, providing more explicit provisions for chain. store organizations in determining uniform selling prices

for all stores. OPS issued Amend. 1 to CPRs 14, 15, and 16, extending the

effective date of these orders. OPS issued Amend. 4 to CPR 7, extending the effective date

for filing of pricing charts by retailers. OPS issued General Overriding Reg. 7, exempting certain

food and restaurant commodities and inedible products

from ceiling price restrictions. OPS issued Amend. 5 to CPR 6, removing dead stock from

price control. OPS issued Amend. 1 to CPR 4-Miscellaneous Amend

ments, re Pennsylvania anthracite coal (Retroactive to

Feb. 1, 1951). OPS issued Amend. 1 to CPR 3-Miscellaneous Amend. ments re coal other than Pennsylvania Anthracite (Re

troactive to Feb. 1, 1951). OPS issued Ceiling Price Regs. 23, 24, 25, and 26, simultane

ously establishing ceiling prices on live cattle, wholesale

beef sales, retail beef sales, and Kosher beef sales. OPS issued Distribution Reg. 2 to establish a system of record

keeping with respect to deliveries of meat hy wholesalers, also provides for uniform grading of meat in conformity

with the system of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. DSFA issued Solid Fuels Order 2, providing for issuance of

directives for specific shipments of solid fuels.

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Apr. 24, 1951 Price Stabilization.

OPS issued Amend. 1 to CPR 13, extending date for filing

price charts by retailers of petroleum products.
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OPS issued Supp. Reg. 2 to CPR 8, providing for validation

of certain controls for future delivery of American Upland

Cotton.
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NPA issued NPA Order M-47, As Amended, exempting

certain categories of consumer goods from the 80-percent

restriction in use of iron and steel. Apr. 25, 1951 Economic Stabilization... ESA issued Wage Adjustment Order No. 1 relating to pay.

ment of wages of nonoperating railroad employees. Do.....-- Price Stabilization... OPS issued Ceiling Price Reg. 22, Manufacturers General

Ceiling Price Regulation providing ceiling prices for cer

tain manufactured products. Apr. 26, 1951 do........

OPS issued Supp. Reg. 21 to GCPR and Supp. Reg. 3 to

CPR 7, establishing new pricing methods for wholesale

retail, sales of home canning supplies. Do.... Commerce, NPA...... NPA issued NPA Order M-19, as Amended, establishing

procedures for more complete reporting of inventories of columbium and tantalum, also increases permissible work

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NPA issued NPA Order M-19, as Amended, permitting use

of cadmium in manufacture of certain items which have

been added to the essential list. Do.

NPA issued NPA Del. 10 delegating to the Department of

Agriculture authority to exercise certain allocation and priority functions over foods which have industrial uses. Implements and formalizes recent memorandum of agrce

ment between the two agencies. Apr. 27, 1951

NPA issued NPA Sehedulo 1 to NPA Order M-51, estab

lishing simplified designs for 42 basic glass containers. Apr. 30. 1951 Price Stabilization.

Olissed mend. 4 to Dist. Reg. 1, quota percentages for

livestock. May 1, 1951 do..

OPS issued General Overriding Reg. 9, exempting certain

industrial materials and mwufactured goods from price

control.
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OPS issi ed Amend. 2 to CPR 1, extending for an indefinite

seriod, the provisions of CPR1 as they pertain to passenger

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OPS issued Supp. Reg. I to CPR 22, granting special ex

te 'sion to domestic users of imported pulpwood and wood

pulp.
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OPS issued Supp. Reg. 22 to GCPR, rroviding ceiling prices

for certain machinery leased by American Can Co. and

Continental Can Co., Inc.
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OPS issued Rev. 1 to Supp. Reg. 11, GCPR, clarifying the

application of price increases granted manufacturers of soft

surface floor coverings. do.

OPS issued Supp. Reg. 23 to GCPR, authorizing an arljust.

ment of ceiling rates of motor carriers subject to minimum

rate orders of certain states, do.

OPS issued Amend. I to GOR 6, exempting sales and dis

tribution of CARE relief packages from ceiling price regulations. OPŠ issued Interpretation 1 to CPR 22, regarding adjust

ments for transportation charges in de'ivered pricing. Commerce, NPA.

NPA issued NPA Order M-2 as Amended, permitting an

increase in the production of certain rubber products for

civilian use.
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NPA issued NPA Order M-50 as Amended, extending the

period during which electric utilities may use material on

hand without approval of DEPA. do.

NPA issued Dir. 2 to NPA Reg. 4, enabling exporters to get

replacement parts and accessories for machinery and equip

ment for shipment to foreign countries. (MRO Program.) Do.... do..

NPA issued Dir. 1 to NPA Order M-25, further restricting

packer's consumption of cans made of tin plate or terne

plate.
NPA issued NPA Order M-32 as amended, adding carbon
tetrachloride, methylene chloride, perchlorethylene, and

freon to the basic order.
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NPA issued NPA Order M-59, restricting the use of steel

strapping and limiting inventories in order to conserve

supplies for the defense program.
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NPA issued NPA Order M-33 as Amended, reducing the

lead time on applications for allocation of most forms of molybdenum.

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Housing and Home Finance HHFA issued regulation CR 3, defining and listing critical
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defense housing areas and prescribes the rules under which

exceptions may be applied for and granted. Price Stabilization.

OPS issued Supp. Reg. 2 to CPR 22, providing an alternative

method for determining ceiling prices. do..

OPS issued General Overriding Reg. 8, providing exemptions

from price control for paper, paperboard, converted paper and paper products, allied products and services, new

cotton, linen and underwear cuttings. do.

OPS issued Ceiling Price Reg. 28, setting specific ceiling

prices for new cotton, linen, and underwear cuttings except

ing imports. .do.

OPS issued Ceiling Price Reg. 27, authorizing a basis for the

establishment of ceiling prices for the lake coal dock indus

try. .do.

OPŠ issued Amend. 1 to Supp. Reg. 4, GCPR, providing

increase in ceilings for tidewater coal dock dealers based on

increased transportation costs. Commerce, NPA.

NPA issued NPA Order M-7 as amended, permitting the

use of aluminum for certain types of prime aluminum wic.

dows and frames during May and June. Price Stabilization.

OPS issued Amend. I to Supp. Reg. 12, GCPR, to include

other domestic inland water carriers under the provisions

of SR 12. ...do..

OPS issued Ceiling Price Reg. 29, establishing specific ceiling

prices for various types of pickel scrap: do..

OPS issued Supp. Reg. 24 to GCPR, placing a ceiling price

on Puerto Rican and Virgin Island black strap molasses. do..

OPS issued Amend. 6 to CPR 6, establishing specific ceiling

prices for raw and acidulated soapstocks derived from

domestic vegetable oils. Office of Defense Mobiliza ODM issued DM0-9, creating a Labor-Management Man. tion.

power Policy Committee. Commerce, NPA.

NPA issued NPA Del. 11, authorizing the Defense Electric

Power Administrator to redelegate to the Rural Electrification Administrator certain DEPA functions relating to

priorities assistance for REA electric utility borrowers. ..do.

NPA issued CMP (Controlled Materials Plan), Reg. 1, out.

lining the basic procedures for operation of the Controlled

Materials Plan. do.

NPA issued CMP Reg. 3 establishing the relative preference

status of delivery orders for controlled and other materials

needed for production of essential goods. do.

NPA issued the Official CMP Class B Product List for use in

preparing application forms under the Controlled Materials

Plan. do..

NPA issued NPA Order M-47, as amended, reducing the

amount of steel to be used in the manufacture of passenger

automobiles and station wagons. Interior, Defense Electric DEPA issued DEPA Del. No. 2 to the Rural Electrification

Power Administration; Administration utilizing the services of REA in distributing Agriculture, Rural Elec scarce materials to REA electrification borrowers. The trification Administra. Secretaries of the Interior and Agriculture also issued a tion.

Memorandum of Agreement outlining the basis for this

delegation. Price Stabilization

OPS issued Amend. 1 to CPR 24 and Amend. I to DR 2,

providing an extension of time for both regulations. do.

OPS issued Amend. 2 to Supp. Reg. 15, GCPR, exempting

from price ceilings service fees charged by custom packers

of exempt fruits and vegetables. do..

OPS issued Amend. I to CPR 22, additional instructions for

completing OPS Public Form NO. 8. do..

OPS issued Ceiling Price Reg. 31, providing price controls

on imported goods other than strategic materials. do..

OPS issued Ceiling Price Reg. 30, providing price controls for

machinery and related manufactured goods. do.

OPS issued Suppl. Reg. 25 to GCPR, permitting adjustments

in the matter of coupon exchange rates and other premium

programs. OPS issued Supp. Reg. 26 to GCPR, providing adjustment of

ceilings for manufacturers or wholesalers whose prices

during the base period were subnormal. Commerce, NPA..

NPA issued NPA Order M-4 as amended, further restricting

construction by requiring authorization for construction of large apartment houses, luxury residences, and certain classes of industrial facilities, public and private construction projects.

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OPS issued Ceiling Price Reg. 32, establishing specific prices

for sales and deliveries of crude petroleum. OPS issued Ceiling Price Reg. 33, setting dollars and cents

ceiling prices on ferrotungsten, tungsten metal powder, and

other tungsten products, both imported and domestic. Dept. of Labor issued a revised List of Critical Occupations

for use with the revised list of essential activities released by the Secretary of Commerce. ESA announced the establishment of a Salary Stabilization

Board which places the stabilization program for executive

pay outside the Wage Stabilization Board. OPS issued Amend. 1 to CPR 11, miscellaneous amendments

re restaurants. OPS issued Ceiling Price Reg. 35, ceiling prices for wool and

woolen yarns and fabrics. OPS issued Rev. 1 to Supp. Reg. 9, GCPR, permitting

producer-exporters to fulfill contracts entered into prior to

issuance of GCPR. OPS issued Rev. I to CPR 18, manufacturers' prices for wool

yarns and fabrics. OPS issued Amend. 1 to CPR 31, giving importers the option

o extending the effective date of CPR 31. DMA issued a Memorandum of Agreement between the

Secretary of Conimerce and the Secretary of the Interior, revesting in the Secretary of Commerce the authority delegated to the Secretary of the Interior by NPA Del. 5

(See Item 12) and DPA Del. 1. NPA issued CMP Reg. 2, limiting the inventories of con

trolled materials. NPA issued CMP Reg. 4, establishing rules for deliveries of

steel, copper, and aluminum by warehouses, jobbers,

dealers and retailers. DMA issued M0-7 as amended, re serialization of mines,

smelters and mineral processing plants. NPA issued an Amendment to NPA Order M-4, to assurr

the flow of materials for the building of plants necessary fo defense mobilization. NPA issued Order M-3 as amended, to assure higher produc

tion of steels containing columbium and tantalum. NPA issued NPA Order M-35 as amended, to facilitate

operation of its hide allocation control order. NPA issued NPA Order M-55A, to assure continued produc

tion of essential farm equipment during July, August, and

September
NPA issued Sched. 5 to NPA Order M-45, placing poly-

ethylene under allocation.
NPA issued Sched. 6 to NPA Order M-45, placing resorcinol,

under allocation.
GSA issued a Tungsten Regulation: Domestic Tungsten

Program, to interpret and implement the authority of the
Administrator of GSA to purchase tungsten concentrates

of domestic origin.
OPS issued Amend. 2 to CPR 22 and Amend. 10 to GOPR,

parity adjustments for cooperatives, producer-processors OPS issued General Overriding Reg. 10, setting up adjust..

ment procedures for manufacturers operating at an over-all

loss resulting from ceiling price limitations, OPS issued Ceiling Price Reg. 36, establishing a basic stand

ard for the sale of used steel drums and the service of recon

ditioning, OPS issued Ceiling Price Reg. 34, placing commercial and

personal services under specific regulations. OPS issued Amend. 1 to CPR 25, Amend. 1 to CPR 26,

Amend. 2 to CPR 24, and Amend. 2 to Dist. Reg. 2, designed to clarify and make adjustments to the original regu

lations for the beef control program. OPS issued an Amend. 2 to CPR 14, CPR 15, and CPR 16

governing the pricing or certain food items by retailers and

wholesalers. PAD issued PAD Del. 2, delegating to the Administrator,

Defense Solid Fuels Administration, authority over the

distribution of petroleum coke. OPS issued Amend. 1 to GOR sand Supp. Reg. 3 to CPR 22,

pertaining to the exemption of certain printed products

from price control. OPS issued Ceiling Price Reg. 38, estahlishing ceiling prices

for pulpwood produced in Northeastern States.

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