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Maritime Administration and Federal Maritime Board Continued
Subsidized vessels and operators—Continued
Operating-differential subsidy-Continued
Information required to be submitted by operators; sailing schedules,

information respecting inspection, repairs, insurance, inventories,
partial payments on account, vessel operating statements, lay-up

periods, etc., 46 Part 281 Inspection of subsidized vessels; repair specifications, bids, reports, etc.,

46 Part 271 Insurance of operating-differential subsidy vessels, 46 Part 289 Lay-up periods of vessels, determination of, for accounting purposes,

46 88 281.3-281.5 Maintenance and repairs, accomplishment of, 46 Part 272 Manning, minimum. See Minimum-wage, minimum-manning, and

reasonable working conditions.
Minimum-wage, minimum-manning, and reasonable working condi-

tions, for seamen and officers, etc., 46 Part 262
Cadets and cadet officers; exclusion from provisions, 46 § 262.50
Changes in provisions and hearings thereon, 46 $8 262.101–262.109
Classification of vessels, 46 § 262.3
General, 46 $$ 262.1-262.3
Hearings on changes in provisions, 46 88 262.101–262.109
Licensed officers, 46 $$ 262.11, 262.21, 262.31
Manning scales, 46 88 262.21, 262.22
Radio operators; minimum-wage scales and reasonable working

conditions, 46 $$ 262.13, 262'33
Reasonable working conditions, 46 $$ 262.31–262.33
Unlicensed personnel, 46 $$ 262.12, 262.22, 262.32
Wage scales, 46 $$ 262.11-262.13

Right of contractors to set higher wage scales, 46 § 262.2
Operating statements; information required, 46 $ 281.1
Repairs and improvements to subsidized vessels; inspection, etc., 46

Part 272
Reserve funds. See Funds.
Seamen, licensed officers, and unlicensed personnel; wages and working

conditions. See Minimum-wage, minimum-manning, and reason

able working conditions. Subsidy condition surveys, conducting of, 46 8 272.1-272.5 Statements, financial and operating; submission required under oper

ating-differential subsidy agreements, 46 281.1 Trade, domestic and foreign; steamship service between United States

and Guam, Midway and Wake Islands not "domestic intercoastal

or coastwise service”, 46 277.1 Uniform system of accounts for operating-differential subsidy contrac

tors, 46 Part 282 Appendix:

Clearance accounts, 46 88 282.000–282.095

Financial statements, 46 $$ 282.0-20—282.0-40
Balance sheet accounts:

Assets, 46 88 282.100_282.399

Liabilities, 46 $$ 282.400–282.599
General instructions, 46 8$ 282.0–1–282.0-10
Income accounts:

Other credit accounts, 46 $8 282.675–282.695
Other debit accounts, 46 88 282.960–282.999
Other shipping revenues, 46 88 282.640–282.670
Subsidies, operating-differential, 46 § 282.625
Water line operating expenses, 46 81 282.700–282.988

Water line operating revenue, 46 282.600–282.624
Valuation of vessels for determining capital employed and net earnings,

46 $$ 284.1, 284.2
Voyage terminations and lay-up periods, determination of, for account-

ing purposes, 46 38 281.3–281.5 Wage scales, for seamen, officers, etc. See Minimum-wage, minimum

manning, and reasonable working conditions.

Maritime Administration and Federal Maritime Board—Continued
Subsidized vessels and operators-Continued
Operating-differential subsidy-Continued
Working conditions, for seamen and officers, etc. See Minimum-wage,

minimum-manning, and reasonable working conditions. Reconditioning or reconstruction of vessels. See Construction differential

subsidy. Tariffs and schedules of maritime carriers: Schedules of common carriers in foreign commerce; filing of schedules, con

tents, etc., 46 Part 235 Steamship freight conferences using contract/noncontract rates; filing of

rates, 46 Part 236 Tariffs; publication, posting and filing of freight and passenger rates, fares,

and charges, 46 Part 231 Training, merchant marine, 46 Part 310 Academies. See Merchant Marine Academy; and State Maritime

Academies.
Cadets. See Merchant Marine Cadet Corps; and State Maritime Academies.
Enrollees in Maritime Service. See Maritime Service.
Maritime Service, United States, regulations for government of; enrollment

and training, etc., 46 $$ 310.13–310.32
Authority of Commandant, 46 § 310.16
Clothing and equipment, 46 § 310.24
Death of enrollees, 46$ 310.27
Enrollment, and disenrollment, 46 $$ 310.14, 310.17, 310.20
Expenditures, 46 $ 310.15
Investigation service, 46 $ 310.32
Medical treatment and physical examinations, 46 § 310.18
Officers, direct appointment from merchant marine, 46 § 310.31
Pay, allowances, etc., for enrollees and officers:

Clothing and equipment, 46 $ 310.24
Deceased enrollees; transportation and burial expenses, 46 § 310.27
Rates of pay, 46 § 310.21
Subsistence, 46 | 310.25

Transportation and travel, 46 88 310.22, 310.23
Ship's service stores, 46 § 310.29
Subsistence, 46 $ 310.25
Training courses, 46 $$ 310.14, 310.30

Transportation and travel, 46 $$ 310.22, 310.23
Merchant Marine Academy, United States, at Kings Point, New York:

Admission, etc., 46 $$ 310.46–310.73
Regulations for receipt of donations for chapel and library, 46 $$ 310.-

100-310.103
Merchant Marine Cadet Corps, United States, appointment and training of

cadets in, 46 $$ 310.46–310.73
Allowances. See Pay, allowances, etc.
Appointment, 46 $$ 310.46–310.56

Applications and supporting papers, 46 $$ 310.50, 310.51
Eligibility lists, 46 $ 310.54
Financing, required, 46 § 310.53
Requirements; general, physical, and scholastic, 46 $$ 310.47–310.49

Tests, scholastic, 46 $ 310.52
Dismissals, 46 $ 310.69
Enrollment in Maritime Service and United States Naval Reserve, on

graduation, 46 § 310.70
Graduation; diploma, 46 § 310.70
Honors, 46 $ 310.66
Insignia, 46 $ 310.65
Leave with pay for cadets (annual, sick, emergency), 46 $ 310.64
Navy, active duty in, as midshipmen, United States Naval Reserve, 46

$ 310.68
Pay, allowances, etc.:

Pay for cadet-midshipmen, 46 g 310.61
Quarters, subsistence and allowances, 46 § 310.62
Transportation and travel, 46 $ 310.63

Maritime Administration and Federal Maritime Board-Continued
Training, merchant marine, 46 Part 310_Continued

Merchant Marine Cadet Corps—Continued

Personnel, administrative, and instructors, 46 $ 310.59
Resignations and dismissals, 46 $ 310.69
Schools and courses, 46 $ 310.58
Selective Service boards, local, liaison with, 46 $ 310.57
Subsistence allowances, 46 $ 310.62
Textbooks and equipment, 46 $ 310.65
Uniforms, 46 $ 310.65

Vessels required to carry cadet-midshipmen for training, 46 $ 310.67
State Maritime Academies, regulations and minimum standards for, 46

$$ 310.1-310.12
Claims, for injury in performance of duty, 46 $ 310.10
Discipline and dismissal, 46 $ 310.11
Enrollment, in Maritime Service and in United States Naval Reserve,

46 $ 310.7
Entrance standards, 46 $ 310.6
Federal aid and finances, 46 $ 310.2
Leave with pay, for cadets (sick, annual, emergency), 46 $ 310.9
Medical attention for personnel and cadets, 46 $ 310.10
Personnel; superintendent, officers and crew of training ship, instruc-

tors, etc., 46 $ 310.5
Schools and courses, 46 § 310.3
Subsistence allowance, 46 $ 310.8
Textbooks, allowance for, 46 § 310.8
Training vessels, loan of, by Commission, 46 $$ 310.2, 310.4

Uniforms, allowance for, 46 $ 310.8
Transfer of vessels:

Approval of transfers to aliens, to foreign registry and flag, etc., 46 Part 221
Transfer of war-built vessel under Merchant Ship Sales Act of 1946. See

Merchant Ship Sales Act of 1946.
Uniform system of accounts for operating-differential subsidy contractors. See

Subsidized vessels and operators.
Vessels:

Aliens, transfer of vessels to; approval, 46 Part 221
Charter of vessels. See Charter of vessels.
Construction reserve funds, for subsidized vessels. See Subsidized vessels

and operators.
Maritime carriers; regulations respecting agreements required to be flled,

bill of lading requirements, charter, documentation of vessels, tariffs,

and schedules, etc. See Maritime carriers. Mortgage insurance, ship; information concerning, and transactions and

operations in debentures. See Federal ship mortgage insurance. Philippine Rehabilitation Act of 1946, charter of vessels under, 46 Part 311 Sale, charter or transfer of vessels under Merchant Ship Sales Act of 1946.

See Merchant Ship Sales Act of 1946.
Sea speed of maritime carrier, formula for determining, 46 Part 246
Subsidized (construction-differential and operating-differential) vessels.

See Subsidized vessels and operators.
Training vessels, for training of cadets in Merchant Marine Cadet Corps

and State Maritime Academies. See under Training.
War-built vessels, transfer, sale or charter of, under Merchant Ship Sales

Act of 1946. See Merchant Ship Sales Act of 1946.
War risk insurance for vessels and owners, 46 Part 308
War-built vessels; charter, sale, or transfer of. See Merchant Ship Sales Act

of 1946.
War risk insurance, for vessels and owners, 46 Part 308

Builder's risk insurance, 46 88 308.400–308.409
Cargo insurance, 46 88 308.500–308.551

Facultative insurance, 46 88 308.538-308.547
Forms, 46 $$ 308.548–308.550

Open policy insurance, 46 $$ 308.505–308.537
General; eligibility of vessel and owner for insurance, premiums and pay-

ments, etc., 46 $$ 308.1-308.7

Maritime Administration and Federal Maritime Board Continued
War risk insurance, for vessels and owners, 46 Part 308—Continued

Hull insurance, 46 $$ 308.100-308.107
Protection and indemnity insurance, 46 $$ 308.200–308.206

Seamen; Second Seamen's War Risk Insurance (1955), 46 $$ 308.300_308.306
Working conditions of seamen and others on operating-differential and sub-

sidized vessels, 46 $$ 262.31-262.33 Maritime carriers, regulations affecting. See Interstate Commerce Commission;

and Maritime Administration, Maritime claims. See Marine casualties and maritime claims. Maritime radio services, coastal and shipboard stations. See Federal Communica

tions Commission. Maritime Service, United States:

Medical care of enrollees, 42 $$ 32.61–32.65

Regulations affecting, 46 $$ 310.13–310.32 Market information letters, reports, etc., copies required to be filed; general regu

lations under Commodity Exchange Act, 17 § 1.40 Market inspection of meat and products, 9 Part 19 Marketing of perishable agricultural commodities; regulations respecting commis

sion merchants, dealers and brokers, etc., 7 Parts 46, 47, 48 Marketing orders, for various agricultural commodities:

See also Fruits and berries; Milk; Nuts; Tobacco; and Vegetables.

General regulations, 7 Part 900 Marketing quotas and acreage allotments for various agricultural commodities (corn,

cotton, peanuts, rice, tobacco, and wheat). See Agriculture Department. Marking devices industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 97 Marking or labeling of products, etc.:

Aircraft and equipment, marking and identification of, 14 Part 1
Customs regulations:
Articles and containers, for importation or exportation; marking to indicate

country of origin, etc., 19 $$ 11.8–11.13
Vehicles and lighters, 19 § 21.1
Explosives and other dangerous articles, labeling of:
For transportation by rail or motor carriers. See Interstate Commerce

Commission. For transportation by vessels, 46 $$ 146.05–1–146.05-17 Farm products, grade labeling of. See Agriculture Department. Foods, drugs, cosmetics, etc., label statements and labeling requirements for.

See Food and Drug Administration, Fur products, labeling of:

To indicate composition; customs regulations, 19 g 11.12a

To show country of origin, etc., 16 Part 301
Liquors, distilled spirits, etc., labeling of:

Excise tax regulations respecting. See Internal Revenue Service.
Regulations under Federal Alcohol Administration Act respecting:

Distilled spirits, 27 Part 4
Malt beverages, 27 Part 7

Wines, 27 Part 5
Mailing, marking or labeling of products for; postal regulations, 39 $$ 11.5, 15.6,

105.8, 114.1 Meat and products; marking, branding, etc., 9 Parts 16, 17 Misleading marking of products, concealing marking, etc.; cease and desist

orders, 16 88 13.510–13.525, 13.1170–13.1355 Narcotics; label requirements, 21 $ 1.104

Poisons, economic, caustic, etc.; labeling of, 7 Part 362; 21 Part 285 Marmalade, fruit. See Fruits and berries. Marriage of veteran's beneficiary, annulment of; right to receive pension or com

pensation, 38 $ 4.64 Marriages abroad involving American citizens, duties of Foreign Service officers

respecting, 22 $$ 109.13–109.17 Married couples, regulations specially affecting. See Husband and wife. Masonry waterproofing industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 169 Mass measuring instruments (weights, scales, etc.); test fee schedules, 15 $8 202.801,

206.600–206.14 Master records (sound); customs entry, 19 § 10.90

Matches:

Excise tax regulations, 26 $$ 300.2–300.25, 314.50—314.52
Importation or exportation of; customs regulations, 19 $ $ 12.34, 12.35

Mailing of, 39 $ $ 14.2, 15.2 (c) (2), 15.7, 113.1 (a), 132.1 (d)
Materials Advisory Committee, Interdepartmental; establishment, 32A Chapter I,

DMO V-1 Materiel, classified; public display, sale, etc., 32 $ 505.14 Maternal and child health programs; description of services, use of Federal funds

and private funds, etc., 42 Part 200 Maternity benefits, under Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act, 20 $$ 335.201

335.205 Matrices, metal, obtained from master sound records, customs entry, 19 $ 10.90 Mayonnaise, French dressing, etc., label statements of optional ingredients, 21

Part 25 Measurement of vessels; customs regulations, 19 Part 2 Measures, various types (gages, lines, weights, meters, etc.); test fee schedules, 15

Parts 202, 206 Meats and meat products: Customs regulations: Jerked beef for sale or distribution to consumers in Puerto Rico, importa

tion free of duty, 19 $ 53.1
Meat and meat-food products; inspection, bond, and release, 19 $$ 12.8, 12.9
Meats cured with imported salt; drawback of duties, 19 $ $ 22.1, 22.19

Wrappers for, burlap; drawback of duties on, 19 $ $ 22.6 (a), 22.14 (e)
Foreign trade statistics respecting meats, 15 $ 30.23
Mailing of meats and meat products, 39 $ 15.4 (b)
Meat inspection regulations. See Agriculture Department.
Minors; employment in meat packing, slaughtering, etc., establishments, 29

§ 4.61
Packers and Stockyards Act, regulations under. See Agriculture Department.
Procurement of, by Army Department; inspection of establishments supplying

products, 32 Part 608 Standards, carcass and live animal. See Agriculture Department. Mechanical instruments; fees for various tests, 15 Part 206 Mechanics employed by motor carriers, exemption from wages and hours provisions

of Fair Labor Standards Act; regulations respecting, 29 Part 782 Medals, decorations, awards, etc.: Air Force personnel; award, list of medals, manufacture, possession, wearing,

etc., 32 Part 878
Army personnel:

Award of, list of medals, etc., 32 Part 578
Manufacture of, 32 Part 507

Possession and wearing of, 32 507.7
Coast Guard personnel; Gold and Silver Life-Saving Medals, award of, 33 Part 13
Manufacture and sale of medals at Philadelphia Mint; regulations of Monetary

Offices respecting Mint Bureau procedures, 31 $$ 92.23, 92.24
Public Health Service commissioned officers; wearing of decorations, medals,

etc., 42 $ $ 21.251-21.253
Railroad operations, medals of honor for acts of daring and bravery in connec-

tion with, 49 Part 9 Mediation of labor disputes. See Labor. Mediation Board. See National Mediation Board. Mediation and Conciliation Service, Federal. See Federal Mediation and Concilia

tion Service.
Medical care, examinations, etc.:

See also Hospitals and hospital care.
Aliens admitted to United States, medical examination and treatment of, 22

$ $ 41.10, 42.37, 44.8; 42 Part 34
Army personnel; medical treatment, etc., 32 Part 577
Canal Zone:
Medical care for employees and their families, charges for (Canal Zone

Order 32), 35 Chapter I, Appendix
Practice of medicine in Canal Zone; licenses, certification, etc., of medical

officers, 35 $ $ 24.1–24.35
Coast Guard and Coast and Geodetic Survey personnel; public health medical

care for, 42 Part 31

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