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Motor fuel (Diesel oil and gasoline):

See also Petroleum and products.
Excise tax on:

Diesel fuel, 26 Part 324

Gasoline, 26 Part 314
Motor vehicles and motor carriers:
Carriers (bus lines, trucking companies, etc.):
Agreements, records, reports, tariffs, etc. See Interstate Commerce

Commission.
Customs regulations respecting merchandise arriving from contiguous

country in sealed vehicle, 19 $$ 5.6, 18.29–18.31
Discharge of wastes by buses, only at servicing areas approved by Surgeon

General, 42 $ 72.156
Employees:

Drivers; hours of service and qualifications, 49 Parts 191, 195
Exemption from wages and hours provisions of Fair Labor Standards

Act, 29 Part 782
Explosives or other dangerous articles, shipment by motor carriers. See

Interstate Commerce Commisison.
Government contracts with motor carriers with published tariff rates;

statutory exemption of contracts from provisions of Public Contracts

Act, 41 S 201.2
Household goods of military personnel, transportation of, 32 Parts 36, 38
Minors, employment of, as drivers, etc., of motor vehicles, 29 $ 4.52
Motor-water freight rates, seasonal, 49 § 187.40
Quarantine regulations, for motor carriers engaged in foreign or interstate

trafic, 42 $$ 71.136–71.141, 72.131–72.174
Radio service, motor carrier; radio regulations, 47 $ $ 16.251–16.257
Regulations respecting accounts, records and reports, safety regulations,

tariffs, schedules, etc., of motor carriers. See Interstate Commerce

Commission.
Transportation of persons or property:

Excise tax regulations, 26 Parts 130, 143

Merchandise, transportation in customs bond. See Customs Bureau. Vehicles (automobiles, trucks, buses, etc.): British Token Import Plan, export to United Kingdom under; certain equip

ment (chains, spark plugs, wipers, chemical maintenance products),

15 § 361.13
Customs regulations respecting vehicles entering or leaving United States:

Customs entry of, 19 $ $ 8.2 (c), 10.13, 10.20, 10.41, 10.42
Foreign-owned motor vehicles, 19 $ 10.41
In international traffic, 19 $ 10.41
Invoices; exceptions, 19 $ 8.15 (c) (6)
Nonresidents, motor vehicles for personal use of; exemptions, 19

$ $ 10.18 (b), 10.31
Stolen automobiles and trailers returned to United States from Mexico;

customs entry not required, 19 $ 5.13 Taxicabs, brought in for temporary stay or taken abroad, 19 $$ 10.41,

10.42
Trucks, arriving from, or in transit through United States, to con-

tiguous foreign territory, 19 $ $ 5.6, 18.29–18.31
Disabled veterans, automobiles for, 38 $ 3.1500
Excise tax on sales by manufacturers, 26 $$ 316.50–316.57
Explosives and other dangerous articles, transportation in motor vehicles:
Military explosives, Class A and B, transportation by military or com-

mercial motor vehicles:
Certification, inspection of vehicles, etc., 32 Part 34

Special instructions for drivers, 32 Part 37
On buses; regulations respecting, 49 $ 77.870
Shipment in motor vehicles, 49 Part 197
Vessels; highway vehicles loaded with explosives or other dangerous

substances and transported on board vessels, 46 $$ 146.08–1—

146.08–11
Export control; automobiles, trucks, buses, parts, etc., 15 $$ 371.15, 373.48,

373.49, 399.1 (Group 7), 399.2, Interpretation 10
Exportations by; foreign trade statistics, 15 $$ 30.33a, 30.38, 30.39

Motor vehicles and motor carriers-Continued
Vehicles (automobiles, trucks, buses, etc.) Continued
Government agencies, motor vehicles for:
Army Department regulations:

Limitation on purchase and maintenance of vehicles, 32 $ 590.352
Official use of Government vehicles, 32 Part 634

Spare parts, 32 § 590.351
Civilian personnel operating Government-owned motor vehicles for

official purposes, 5 Part 38
Identification tags for Government-owned vehicles used outside District

of Columbia; procurement of, 44 $ 53.4 Procurement of vehicles for Government, for carrying passengers and

freight, 44 $ 53.5 (f)
National parks, monuments, etc.; use of motor vehicles in, speed, etc. See

National Park Service.
National Zoological Park; traffic and parking, 36 $ 501.2
Public grounds, operation of vehicles on, 44 $ 100.11
Radio services for automobiles, taxicabs, trucks, etc. See Federal Com-

munications Commission.
Sale and financing of motor vehicles; trade practice conference rules,

16 Part 197
Seizure of vehicles transporting contraband articles:
Counterfeit coins, obligations, securities, etc.; regulations of Secret

Service, 31 Part 401
Firearms, 26 Parts 466, 468
Narcotics;

Petition for remission of forfeiture, 21 $ 304.1 (f)

Seizure of, 26 Parts 153, 466
Wildlife conservation areas, operation of motor vehicles within, 50 $$ 18.81-

18.87 Motorboats:

See also Motor vehicles.
Equipment for (life preservers, fire extinguishers, lights, whistles, etc.). See

Coast Guard.
Licensed operators for, 46 $ 157.30–30

License, 46 $ 10.20
Regulations for uninspected vessels applicable to. See Coast Guard.
Motorcycles. See Motor vehicles.
Motors, electric. See Electrical machinery, equipment, etc.
Mount McKinley National Park, Alaska:

Aircraft, designated landing area, 36 g 1.61 (a) (1)
Dogs, used for hauling, 36 $ 1.13
Fishing, 36 $ 20.44 (c)
Mining locations in, 43 Part 69, footnote 7
Mountain climbing, 36 $ 1.14
Pack trains or saddle horse parties, 36 § 1.17
Private lands within, 36 Part 12
Prospecting and mining, 36 $ 1.27
Prospectors and miners, registration of, 36 $ 20.44 (a)

Surface use of mineral land locations, 36 $ 20.44 (b)
Mount Rainier National Park:

Camping, 36 $ 20.5 (a)
Fishing, 36 $ 20.5 (b)
Motor vehicles:

Commercial automobiles and buses, 36 $ $ 1.36, 20.5 (e)
Fees, 36 $ $ 13.1, 13.15
Permits, 36 $ 1.40

Speed, entrances and exists, 36 $ 20.5 (c), (d)
Mountain climbing, 36 $ 1.14
Private lands within, 36 Part 12
Pack trains or saddle horse parties, 36 $ 1.17

Timber disposal, 36 Part 27
Mount Rushmore National Memorial; mountain climbing, 36 $ 1.14
Muir Woods National Monument:

Camping prohibited in, 36 g 1.3 (0)
Dogs, 36 $ 20.36 (b)

Muir Woods National Monument-Continued

Fires, 36 $ 20.6 (a)
Fishing, 36 $ 20.6 (c)

Saddle horse parties, 36 $ 1.17
Municipal licensees of electric power companies, accounts of, etc.; regulations under

Federal Power Act. See Federal Power Commission.
Municipalities, warrants issued by, in anticipation of taxes; purchase of, etc., by

Federal Reserve banks, 12 Parts 205, 207
Munitions. See Arms, ammunition, implements of war, etc.
Mushrooms, canned:

Definitions and standards of identity, etc., 21 $ $ 51.503, 51.990

Standards, 7 $ $ 52.1481–52.1495 Music, functional; nonbroadcasting radio services, 47 $$ 3.293-3.295 Musical boxes; British Token Import Plan, export to United Kingdom under, 15

§ 361.13 Musical compositions, copyrighting of, 37 § 202.6 Musical instruments:

Excise tax regulations, 26 $$ 316.60–316.64

Violins made before 1800, customs entry of, 19 $ 10.53 Musical instruments and accessories industries; trade, practice conference rules,

16 Part 158 Mustard greens. See Vegetables. Mustering-out payments to military personnel:

Army personnel, 32 $$ 536.75–536.77

Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard personnel, 32 Part 717 Mutilated, lost, stolen, etc., securities. See Lost, stolen, etc., property, securities. Mutiny of seamen; duties of consular officers respecting, 22 $ 128.11 (e) Mutton. See Meats and meat products. Mutual insurance companies. See Insurance companies. Mutual mortgage insurance under National Housing Act. See Federal Housing

Administration. Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund debentures, transactions and operations in, 24

Part 271 Mutual Security Act of 1954, guaranties of certain investments abroad under, 22

Part 204 Mutual service (public utility) companies: Contracts for service, sales, or constructions; regulations under Public Utility

Holding Company Act of 1935, 17 $ $ 250.80–250.95 Uniform system of accounts; regulations under Public Utility Holding Company

Act of 1935, 17 Part 256

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Nail, cut, industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 50
Name, misleading, using of; cease and desist orders to certain firms engaged in un-

fair trade practices respecting, 16 $$ 13.2275–13.2465 Name of competitor, concealing or removing from goods; cease and desist orders to

firms engaged in unfair trade practices, 16 § 13.1097 Narcotics (opium, coca leaves, marihuana, etc.) and derivatives: Addiction-forming or habit-forming drugs, designation of, 21 $ $ 165.1, 304.1 (g),

305.1, 305.2 Addicts: Aliens:

Deportation of, 8 $ 243.13

Ineligible immigrants, 22 $$ 41.17, 42.42
Public health treatment of, 42 Part 33
Canal Zone, control of narcotics in, 35 Part 16
Customs regulations:

Entry, 19 $ 12.36
Invoices, 19 $ 8.15 (a) (4), (6)
Seizure of vessels, vehicles, or aircraft transporting in violation of certain

laws, 19 $ $ 23.3, 23.31
Unmanifested, or unladen without permit; penalties, 19 23.9

Narcotics (opium, coca leaves, marihuana, etc.) and derivatives Continued Designation of narcotic drugs and compounds possessing little or no addiction

liability, and for which oral prescription is authorized, 26 § 151.172a Excise tax regulations, under Harrison Narcotic Law and Marihuana Tax Act.

See Internal Revenue Service.
Exemption from prescription requirements, under certain condi ns, 21 § 1.108
Explosives; persons using narcotics not permitted on board vessels while load-

ing explosives or other dangerous articles, 46 $ 146.20–47
Export control, 15 $ 370.4 (c)
Foreign trade statistics respecting, 15 $ 30.23
Importation and exportation of, 19 $$ 12.36, 23.9; 21 Part 302
Indians:

Peyote beans; prohibition, 25 $ 161.87 NH

Sales of narcotics by traders prohibited, 25 $ 276.19 Label requirements, 21 § 1.104 Mailing of; exportation or importation by mail prohibited, 21 $ 302.52; 39

$ 132.1 (c) Regulations of Narcotics Bureau respecting. See Narcotics Bureau. Seamen, wrongful possession of narcotics by; evidence, etc., 46 $$ 137.03-1,

137.04, 137.21-10 Seizure of vessels, vehicles, or aircraft transporting contraband narcotics, 19

$$ 23.3, 23.31; 26 Parts 153, 466 Virgin Islands, applications of marihuana tax to, 48 Part 10

Narcotics Bureau:
Addiction-forming or addiction-sustaining liability of drugs:
Drugs found to have addiction-forming or addiction-sustaining liabilities,

and proclaimed to be opiates, 21 $ 304.1 (g)
Hearing to determine such liability of drugs, 21 $$ 305.1, 305.2
Adjudication and licensing procedure, 21 § 304.1

Applications, 21 $ $ 304.1 (a), 304.1 (b)
Internal Revenue Narcotic Law, registration under, 21 $ 304.1 (c)
Licenses:

To import or export crude opium or coca leaves, 21 $ 304.1 (d)

To produce opium poppies or manufacture products, 21 $ 304.1 (e)
Opiates; drugs found by Secretary of Treasury to be, and so proclaimed by

President, 21 $ 304.1 (g)
Petition for remission of forfeiture of vessels, vehicles, aircraft, 21 $ 304.1 (f)

Registration under Internal Revenue Narcotic Law, 21 $ 304.1 (c)
Aircraft, forfeited; petition for remission of forfeiture, 21 $ 304.1 (f)
Appeals to Secretary of Treasury, from decisions of Commissioner of Narcotics,

or from failure of Commissioner to rule upon or decide matter, 21 $$ 301.1

301.7 Coca leaves : Exports and imports of. See Importation and exportation of narcotic

drugs. Licensing procedure, 21 $ 304.1 (d) Cooperation with State or municipal prosecuting officers or agencies having

power to suspend or revoke licenses, 21 $ $ 301.8–301.11 Customs officers, duties:

Examination of shipments by customs officer, 21 $ 302.12

Seized drugs to be delivered to collector of customs, 21 $ 302.54 Drug Disposal Committee; forwarding drugs to, 21 § 302.55 Exportation of narcotic drugs. See Importation and exportation. Foreign trade zones; admission of narcotic drugs (crude opium and coca leaves),

21 $ 302.15 Forfeitures:

Forfeited drugs, disposition of, 21 § 302.56
Forfeited vessels, vehicles, or aircraft; petition for remission of forfeiture,

21 § 304.1 (f) Hearings, to determine addiction-forming or addiction-sustaining liability of

drugs, 21 $$ 305.1, 305.2 Heroin; importation of opium to be manufactured into, prohibited, 21 $ 302.1

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Narcotics Bureau—Continued
Importation and exportation of narcotic drugs, 21 Part 302
Coca leaves:

Exports of, 21 88 302.17–302.27
Imports of, 21 $$ 302.1-302.16

Special coca leaves, 21 $8 302.29–302.51
In-transit shipments, 21 $ 302.28
Exports:

By mail; prohibited, 21 $ 302.52
Permits, shippers' export declaration, foreign import license, records,

etc., 21 88 302.17-302.27
General:

Customs collector, seized drugs to be delivered to, 21 $ 302.54
Drugs Disposal Committee, forwarding drugs to, 21 $ 302.55
Forfeited drugs, disposititon of, 21 § 302.56
Mail, importation or exportation by, prohibited, 21 § 302.52
Medical stores on vessels, 21 $ 302.53
Penalties, 21 $ 302.57
Permits issued prior to effective date of regulations, 21 § 302.58
Regulations subject to provisions of other pertinent laws and regula-

tions, 21 $ 302.59
Seized drugs, to be delivered to collectors of customs, 21 $ 302.54

Vessels, medical stores on, 21 $ 302.53
Heroin, importation of opium to be manufactured into, prohibited, 21 $ 302.1
Imports:

By mail; prohibited, 21 $ 302.52
Crude opium and coca leaves; permits, examination, etc., 21 $$ 302.1-

302.16

Special coca leaves, 21 $ $ 302.29–302.51
In-transit shipments, 21 $ 302.28
Licenses, or permits:

See also Exports; and Imports.

Procedure, 21 $ 304.1
Opium, crude

Exports of, 21 $$ 302.17–302.27
Imports of, 21 $$ 302.1-302.16

In-transit shipments, 21 § 302.28
Shippers' export declarations, permits, etc., for exportation of narcotic

drugs. See Exports.
In-transit shipments of narcotic drugs, 21 § 302.28
Internal Revenue Narcotic Law, registration under, 21 $ 304.1 (c)
Licenses and permits:
For importation an exportation of narcotic drugs. See Importation and

exportation.
For production of opium poppies, or for manufacture of products from.

See Opium poppies, products, etc.
Procedure. See Adjudication and licensing procedure.
Mail, importation or exportation of narcotic drugs by, prohibited, 21 $ 302.52
Medical stores of narcotic drugs on vessels, 21 § 302.53
Opiates; addiction-forming or addiction-sustaining liability of drugs:
Drugs found by Secretary of Treasury to be opiates, and so proclaimed by

President, 21 § 304.1 (g)
Hearings to determine, 21 $$ 305.1, 305.2
Opium poppies, products, etc.:
Crude opium:
Imports and exports of. See Importation and exportation of narcotic

drugs.
Licensing procedure, 21 $ 304.1 (d)
Opium poppies; production of, manufacture of products from, etc., 21

Part 303
Definitions, 21 $ 303.1
Forfeited poppies, disposition of, 21 $ 303.16
Licensing, 21 8$ 303.3–303.13

Procedure, 21 $ 304.1 (e) :

Manufacture of products from poppies, 21 $$ 303.7, 303.8

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