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Federal Aviation Act of 1958.

Supplemental Air Carriers (Interim Operating Authority]

Reorganization Plan No. 13 of 1950-

Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1961.

Sherman Act...

Clayton Act...

Railway Labor Act..

Decision 83 of the National Labor Board.

Act Relating to Public Airports

Washington National Airport, Jurisdiction..

Administration of Washington National Airport.

Provisions in 1940 Appropriation Act for Washington National Airport...

Second Washington Airport Act.

Federal Airport Act...

Message from the President of the United States, Plan No. 14...

Reorganization Plan No. 14 of 1950 (labor standards) -

Government Surplus Airports and Equipment.--

Alaskan Airports..

Department of Interior Airports ..

Interstate Compacts relating to Airport Facilities.

Equipment Trust Provisions

Government Guaranty of Equipment Loans Act--

Transitional Provisions in the Équipment Loan Act of 1962

International Aviation Facilities Act.

Air Mail and Air Parcel Post-

Authority to Transport Mail.

Transportation of Mail by Air.

Air Navigation in the Canal Zone..

Coast Guard Aids to Navigation and Ocean Stations.

Printing and distribution of aeronautical charts..

Regulations Enacted for Preventing Collisions at Sea.

Loans of Army Aircraft and Equipment to Civilian Aviation Schools.

Aircraft Confiscation Act..

Stowaways.

Crimes in flight over the high seas.

Willful damaging of aircraft..

Willful damaging of property moving in commerce.

Embezzlement and theft.

Use of aircraft to hunt wild horses

Study of thunderstorms..

Provision in Appropriation Act of 1950 [Transfer of Surplus Aircraft).

Provisions in Defense Production Act of 1950..

Provisions in Federal Trade Commission Act..

Provisions in Part II of Interstate Commerce Act.

Provisions in Federal Explosives Act...

Provisions in Internal Revenue Code.

Provisions in the Tariff Act of 1930.-

Provisions in the Transportation Act of 1940.

Provisions in the Communications Act of 1934.

Provisions in the Immigration and Nationality Act.

Control of Transportation Systems in Time of War

Executive Order No. 9746 (Canal Zone)

Executive Order No. 10480° (Office of Defense Mobilization)

Executive Order No. 10536 (Federal Airport Act)--

Executive Order No. 10764 (Suspension 8-hour Work Law).

Executive Order No. 10786 |Transfer Functions Air. Mod. Bd. to FAA).

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Executive Order No. 10797 [Authority Delegated to Bureau of the Budget)-
Executive Order No. 10854 [Extension of the Federal Aviation Act)-
Executive Order No. 10883 and Memorandum (Termination of Air Co-

ordinating Committee) -
Executive Order No. 10999 (Emergency Preparedness Functions of the

Secretary of Commerce). -

Executive Order No. 11003 (Emergency Preparedness Functions of the

Administrator of the FAA)-

Executive Order No. 11047 (Authority Delegated to the Secretary of De-

fense and the Administrator of the FAA)-

Executive Order No. 11048 and Agreement (Wake Island and Midway

Island).

Executive Order No. 11051 (Responsibilities of the Office of Emergency

Planning in the Executive Office of the President)-

Executive Order No. 11090 (Assigning Emergency Preparedness Functions

to the Civil Aeronautics Board)..

Opinions of the Attorney General

Multilateral Conventions:

Warsaw Convention (and Protocol)----

Convention on International Civil Aviation..

Protocol to Convention on International Civil Aviation.

International Air Services Transit Agreement..

Convention on the International Recognition of Rights in Aircraft-

Administrative Procedure Act.-

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[Act of August 23, 1958, 72 Stat. 731; as amended by Act of July 8,

1959, 73 Stat. 180; Act of August 25, 1959, 73 Stat. 427; Act of
June 29, 1960, 74 Stat. 255; Act of July 12, 1960, 124 Stat. 445; Act
of September 13, 1960, 74 Stat. 901; Act of July 20, 1961, 75 Stat.
210; Act of September 5, 1961,75 Stat. 466: Act of September 13,
1961, 75 Stat. 497; Act of September 20, 1961, 75 Stat. 523; Act of
October 4, 1961, 75 Stat. 785; Act of July 10, 1962, 76 Stat. 143;
Act of October 11, 1962, 76 Stat. 832; Act of October 15, 1962, 76
Stat. 921; and Act of October 15, 1962, 76 Stat. 936.]

AN ACT
To continue the Civil Aeronautics Board as an agency of the United States, to

create a Federal Aviation Agency, to provide for the regulation and promotion
of civil aviation in such manner as to best foster its development and safety,
and to provide for the safe and efficient use of the airspace by both civil and
military aircraft, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the
United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act,
divided into titles and sections according to the following table of
contents, may be cited as the "Federal Aviation Act of 1958":

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Sec. 302 Organization of Agency.

(a) Deputy Administrator.

(b) Qualifications and status of Deputy Administrator.

(c) Military participation.

(d) Exchange of information.

(e) Emergency status.

(f) Officers and employees.

(8) Study of special personnel problems.

(h) Scientific employees.

(i) Advisory committees and consultants.

(j) Supergrades (Repealed).

(k) Cooperation with other agencies.

Sec. 303. Administration of the Agency.

(a) Authorization of expenditures and travel.

(b) Supplies and materials for overseas installations.

(c) Acquisition and disposal of property.

(d) Delegation of functions.

Sec. 304. Authority of President to transfer certain functions.

Sec. 305. Fostering of air commerce.

Sec. 306. National defense and civil needs.

Sec. 307. Airspace control and facilities

(a) Use of airspace.

(b) Air navigation facilities.

(c) Air traffic rules.

(d) Applicability of Administrative Procedure Act.

(e) Exemptions.

(f) Exception for military emergencies.

Sec. 308. Expenditure of Federal funds for certain airports, etc.

(a) Airports for other than military purposes.

(b) Location of airports, landing areas, and missile and rocket

sites.

Sec. 309. Other airports.

Sec. 310. Meteorological service.

Sec. 311. Collection and dissemination of information.

Sec. 312. Development planning.

(a) General.

(b) Aircraft.

(c) Research and development.

Sec. 313. Other powers and duties of Administrator.

(a) General.

(b) Publications.

(c) Power to conduct hearings and investigations.

(d) Training schools.

(e) Annual report.

Sec. 314. Delegation of powers and duties to private persons.

(a) Delegation by Administrator.

(b) Application for reconsideration.

Sec. 402. Permits to foreign air carriers.

(a) Permit required.

(b) Issuance of permit.

(C) Application for permit.

(d) Notice of application.

(e) Terms and conditions of permit.

(f) Authority to modify, suspend, or revoke.

(g) Transfer of permit.

Sec. 403. Tariffs of air carriers.

(a) Filing of tariffs required.

(b) Observance of tariffs; rebating prohibited.

(c) Notice of tariff change.

(d) Filing of divisions of rates and charges required.

Sec. 404. Rates for carriage of persons and property.

(a) Carrier's duty to provide service, rates, and divisions.

(b) Discrimination.

Sec. 405. Transportation of mail.

(a) Postal rules and regulations.

(b) Mail schedules.

(c) Maximum mail load.

(d) Tender of mail.

(e) Foreign postal arrangement.

(f) Transportation of foreign mail.

(g) Evidence of performance of mail service.

(h) Emergency mail service.

(1) Experimental airmail service.

(1) Free travel for postal employees.

Sec. 406. Rates for transportation of mail.

(a) Authority to fix rates.

(b) Ratemaking elements.

(c) Payment.

(d) Treatment of proceeds of disposition of certain property.

(e) Statement of Postmaster General and carrier.

(f) Weighing of mail.

(8) Availability of appropriations.

(h) Payments to foreign air carriers.

Sec. 407. Accounts, records, and reports.

(a) Filing of reports.

(b) Disclosure of stock ownership.

(c) Disclosure of stock ownership by officer or director.

(d) Form of accounts.

(e) Inspection of accounts and property.

Sec. 408. Consolidation, merger, and acquisition of control.

(a) Acts prohibited.

(b) Power of Board.

(c) Interests in ground facilities.

(d) Jurisdiction of accounts of noncarriers.

(e) Investigation of violations.

Sec. 409. Prohibited interests.

(a) Interlocking relationships.

(b) Profit from transfer of securities.

Sec. 410. Loans and financial aid.

Sec. 411. Methods of competition.

Sec. 412. Pooling and other agreements.

(a) Filing of agreements required.

(b) Approval by Board.

Sec. 413. Form of control.

Sec. 414. Legal restraints.

Sec. 415. Inquiry into air carrier management.

Sec. 416. Classification and exemption of carriers.

(a) Classification.

(b) Exemptions.

Sec. 417. Special operating authorizations.

(a) Authority of Board to issue.

(b) Terms of authorization.

(c) Procedure.

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