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Patent Office, Commerce Department - Continued
Trade-marks—Continued
Rules of practice, 37 Part 2–Continued
Applications for registration-Continued

Examination; action by applicants, 37 $ $ 2.61-2.69
Interferences, 37 $ $ 2.91–2.99
Opposition, notice of, 37 $ $ 2.101–2.106
Publication and allowance, 37 $$ 2.81-2.84

Requirements and general information, 37 $ $ 2.21–2.27, 2.31–2.47
Assignment of marks, 37 8$ 2.185-2.187
Attorneys and representation of applicants by attorneys, 37 $ $ 2.11-2.19
Cancellation for failure to file affidavit during sixth year, 37 $$ 2.161–

2.165
Certificate, 37 $ 2.151
Classification of goods and service, 37 $ $ 2.85–2.88
Correction, disclaimer, surrender, etc., 37 $ $ 2.171-2.176
Correspondence, rules applicable to, 37 $ 2.1
Disclaimer, correction, surrender, etc., 37 $$ 2.171–2.176
Drawing, 37 $ $ 2.51-2.55
Fees, 37 $ 2.6
Goods and services, classification, 37 $ $ 2.85-2.88
Inter partes proceedings; procedure, 37 $ $ 2.117–2.136
Marks registered under act of 1905; publication, 37 $ $ 2.153-2.156
Marks registered under acts of 1881, 1905, 1920; reregistration, 37

$ 2.158
Official Gazette, 37 &$ 2.81, 2.154
Petition to Commissioner, 37 $ $ 2.146–2.148
Renewal and term, 37 $$ 2.181-2.184
Representation of applicants; attorneys, 37 $$ 2.11-2.19
Services and goods, classification, 37 38 2.85–2.88
Specimens, 37 88 2.56–2.58
Surrender, correction, disclaimer, etc., 37 $$ 2.171-2.176

Term and renewal, 37 8$ 2.181-2.184
Patents Board. See Government Patents Board.
Patents and inventions:
Blocked patents, authorization of certain transactions in connection with

foreign assets control regulations, 31 $ $ 500.527, 500.528 Fissionable materials, patents and inventions respecting; procedure for deter

mination of reasonable royalty fee, etc., 10 Part 80 Foreign countries; licenses to file applications for certain patents in, 37 Part 5 Foreign patents:

Acquisition and protection of foreign rights in inventions, 37 Part 301
Licensing of foreign patents acquired by Government, 37 Part 302
Licensing of transactions in foreign-owned patents, 8 $ 507.42
Patents owned by United States; issuance of licenses under, 15 Part 601

Royalties, 8 $ 510.30
Government employees, inventions by:
Regulations of various agencies respecting inventions by employees:

Health, Education, and Welfare Department, 45 Parts 6, 7
Interior Department, 43 Part 6
Navy Department, 32 Part 739

Veterans Administration, 38 88 1.650–1.667
Rights of Government in, 37 Part 300
Military procurement involving patents; armed services procurement regula-

tions, 32 Parts 9, 598 Navy Patent Royalty Revision Board; hearings, etc., 32 Part 737 Renegotiation regulations respecting, 32 $$ 1421.141-1421.143 Research grants, fellowship awards, and other research arrangements, inven

tions or patents resulting from; policy, determinations as to rights, licenses

to Government, etc., 45 Part 8 Rules of practice in patent cases, etc. See Patent Office. Secrecy of inventions, when disclosure would be detrimental to national security,

37 8$ 5.1-5.8 Unlawfully using or conspiring to pool patents and patent rights; cease and

desist orders, 16 $$ 13,465, 13.2485-13.2515

Patents, land:

Indian lands, patents in fee with respect to, 25 $$ 241.1, 241.2
Mining claims, patents for, 43 $$ 185.38–185.72, 185.100

Public lands, patents for. See Land Management Bureau.
Pavement kerbs and setts, granite; British Token Import Plan, export to United

Kingdom under, 15 8 361.13
Pay and allowances, etc.;

Allotments of pay. See Allotments of pay.
Allowances of Government personnel stationed outside continental United

States; exclusion of allowances from gross income for income tax purposes,

26 $$ 39.116–4, 39.116,5
Cadets or enrollees in maritime service; pay and allowances, 46 $$ 310.8, 310.21-

310.25, 310.61–310.63, 310.65
Compensation for injuries or death of certain personnel, etc. See Compensa-

tion, for various employees, etc.
Customs officers and employees; overtime pay. See Customs Bureau.
Fair Labor Standards Act, payments under. See Wage and Hour Division,

Labor Department.
Federal employees:
Foreign and Territorial service, additional pay for, 5 Parts 301, 325,

326, 350
Pay regulations. See Civil Service Commission.
Fellowships, training grants, etc., allowances to recipients of. See Fellowships

and training grants.
Hospitals, Government; stipends for positions in, filled by students or resident

trainees, 5 Part 27
Military personnel or dependents:
Family allowances to dependents of Army or Navy personnel, 32 Parts

538, 715
Pay and allowances for certain Air ce, Army or Navy personnel. See

Air Force Department; Army Department; Coast Guard; and Navy

Department.
Servicemen's dependents' allowances; period of entitlement and payment

of, 32 § 47.1
National Guard members, pay and allowances for, during hospitalization, 32

$ 1101.38
Overtime pay. See Overtime work and overtime pay.
Panama Canal and Panama Railroad Company employees, rates of compensa-

tion for. See Panama Canal.
Pensions, annuities, etc. See Pensions, annuities, or retirement pay.
Persons of outstanding qualifications, serving without compensation, exemption

from certain provisions of Criminal Code, 32 Part 143
Public Health Service, allowances for commissioned officers of, 42 $$ 21.61,

21.351-21.360
Seamen and others on subsidized vessels; 46 88 262.1-262.3, 262.11-262.13
Technical and cultural-cooperation program; allowances to students and train-

ees under, 22 Parts 65, 67
Veterans; readjustment allowances, subsistence allowances, etc., 38 $8 21.90–

21.93, 21.100–21.114, 21.130-21.135, 36.5001–36.5009
Payment certificates in connection with tax amortization of emergency facilities.

See Emergency facilities.
Payments:
Animals destroyed to prevent spread of diseases; payments to owners, 9 Parts

51-55
Sills and accounts; Army Department regulations respecting, 32 Part 535
Damage to property, payments for. See Damage to property.
Farmers, payments to, under section 8, Soil Conservation and Domestic Allot-

ment Act, and other applicable statutes:
Amounts due persons who have died, disappeared or been declared incom-

petent, payment of, 7 Part 1108, 1109
Assignment of payments, by farmers; purpose, procedure, etc., 7 Part 1110
Debt settlement; set-offs of debts owing to United States against payments

due same persons, 7 Part 1109

Payments Continued
Government checks, payment of; regulations of Accounts Bureau and Office

of Treasurer of United States. See Treasury Department.
International Claims Commmission; payments on account of awards of, 31

Part 250
Public debt securities of United States, payment or redemption of; regulations

of Public Debt Bureau. See Treasury artment.
Wrongfully demanding or enforcing payment; cease and desist orders, 16

$8 13.1045, 13.2195
Payrolls:

Anti-Kickback regulations, respecting payroll deductions, 29 Part 3
Payroll deduction savings plan; not eligible for classification as savings deposits,

12 $ 217.108
Selective Service System expenditures for payrolls. See Selective Service

System.
Peace Memorial, International; elevator fee, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.12 (b)
Peaches. See Fruits and berries.
Peanuts:
Inspection and certification of nuts and products:

Processed nuts, 7 Part 52, note

Raw nuts, 7 Part 51, note
Labeling of shelled peanuts; notices to packers and shippers respecting, 21

$ 3.2
Marketing quotas, acreage allotments, etc., 7 Part 729
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Price support program, 6 Part 446
Standards, for peanuts in shell (cleaned Virginia type), 7 $ $ 51.1235–51.1242

Warehouses, 7 Part 107
Pearl Harbor; defensive sea area for, 32 § 765.6
Pearls, precious and semiprecious stones:

Excise tax regulations, 26 $ $ 320.31, 320.32
Pearl, cultured pearl, and imitation pearl industry; trade practice conference

rules, 16 Part 208
Pears. See Fruits and berries.
Peas, dried:

Inspection and certification, 7 $$ 68.1–68.53
Parity prices, 7 Part 5
Standards, 7 $ $ 68.401-68.403, 68.501-68.503

Warehouses (grain) for dried field peas, 7 Part 102
Peas, green; fresh, canned, or frozen. See Vegetables.
Peat industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 185
Pecans. See Nuts.
Penal bonds, sureties on, and surety companies doing business with United States;

regulations of Accounts Bureau, Treasury Department, 31 Parts 220–226
Penal and correctional institutions, Federal or State:
Accident compensation to inmates employed by Federal Prisons Industries, Inc.,

40 Part 1
Executive clemency for persons committing offenses against United States; sub-

mission of petitions, etc., 28 Part 1
Military prisoners:

Clemency, mail for, visits to, etc., 32 Parts 512, 812

Escaped prisoners; payment for apprehension, etc., 32 88 536.30-536.40
Narcotic addits sentenced to confinement; employment in certain industries,

good time allowances for, etc., 42 $$ 33.1–33.6
Parole for persons convicted of offenses against United States, 28 Part 2
Products made in. See Prison-made products.
Selective Service registration of men upon leaving institution, 32 $$ 1611.6,

1613.41, 1642.31-1642.33
Traffic in contraband articles in Federal institutions, 28 $ 6.1
Penalty envelopes, use by Government agencies, 39 $ 27.2
Pencils. See Pens and pencils.
Penicillin (antibiotic drugs). See Drugs.
Penitentiaries. See Penal and correctional institutions.

Pens and pencils:
Excise tax on manufacturer's sales of fountain pens and mechanical pencils,

26 $$ 316.196–316.199, 320.75a
Trade practice conference rules:

Fountain pen industry, 16 Part 226
Lead, wood-cased, pencils, 16 Part 162

Mechanical pencils, 16 Part 226
Pension letters, delivery of, 39 § 44.1 (d)
Pensions, annuities or retirement pay, to employees (or survivors):

Federal employees; annuities upon retirement, 5 Part 29
Indians, annuity payments to, 25 Part 225
Prospectus for employees' pension plans; regulations under Securities Act of

1933, 17 $ 230.430
Railroad employees; pensions and annuities under Railroad Retirement Act.

See Railroad Retirement Board.
St. Elizabeths Hospital; handling of pension funds of patients, 42 Part 301
Social Security benefits. See Old Age and Survivors Insurance Bureau.
Taxation of. See Internal Revenue Service.

Veterans' pensions, claims for. See Veterans Administration.
Peppermint oil; parity prices, 7 Part 5
Peppers. See Vegetables.
Performance ratings for Federal employees:

Performance rating boards of review, 5 Part 31
Retention credits for better than satisfactory performance rating, 5 $ 20.4

(d) (1)
Perfumery:
Customs regulations respecting:

Packing and stamping, 19 $ 11.1
Perfumery manufactured from domestic tax-paid alcohol; drawback of

internal revenue tax, 19 $ $ 22.22–22.26
Excise tax on toilet preparations:

Manufacturers' sales, 26 $$ 316.40, 316.42

Retailers's sales, 26 $$ 320.50_320.53
Periodicals. See Publications.
Perishable agricultural commodities, marketing of; regulations respecting com-

mission merchants, dealers, and brokers, 7 Parts 46, 47, 48
Perishable matter, mailing of; certain prohibitions or restrictions, 39 Part 15,

§ 113.1 (f)
Permits or licenses, issuance of, by various agencies in exercise of their respective

functions, see specific agencies or functions.
Perry's Victory Memorial; elevator fee, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.12
Persimmons; parity prices, 7 Part 5
Personal exemption, income tax, for individuals, 26 § 39.25-2
Personal holding companies or personal service corporations; income and excess

profits taxes regulations. See Internal Revenue Service.
Personal effects, of various persons:

See also Property, real and personal.
American nationals dying abroad or on high seas; duties of consular oficers

respecting personal property and effects of, 22 $ $ 120.15–120.55
Customs regulations respecting:

Airmen, 19 $$ 6.8, 10.22, 10.28 (b)
Armed forces, members of, 19 $ $ 10.25, 10.26, 54.2
Evacuees, 19 $ 54.2
Nonresidents, 19 $ $ 10.18, 10.20, 10.31
Persons in service of United States, and their families, during wartime,

19 $ 54.2
Returning residents, 19 $ $ 8.2 (a), 8.15 (c) (5), 8.50, 10.17, 10.20. 10.21

Seamen, 19 $$ 10.22, 10.23, 10.28 (b), 23.4
Patients in public health hospitals or stations, personal effects of, 42 $$ 35.8

35.10, 35.41-35.52
Veterans Administration stations, personal funds and effects left on; disposition

of, 38 Part 12
Personal property management. See General Services Administration.
Persons of outstanding qualifications, serving in Defense Department without com-

pensation; exemption from certain provisions of Criminal Code, 32 Part 143

Peruvian canned fish (bonito and tuna); notice to importers respecting labeling,

21 $ 3.6
Pesticides. See Poisons.
Petersburg National Military Park; field trials with dogs, 36 $ 1.13 (d)
Petersburg Watershed, Alaska; prohibition of entering lands of Tongass National

Forest through, 36 § 251.35
Petrified Forest National Monument, Arizona:

Exchanges of public lands for private lands within, 43 $$ 150.13–150.17
Free highway use, 36 $ 1.40

Vehicle permit fees, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.15
Petroleum companies, dealers, facilities, agencies, etc:
Gas companies; accounts, certificates, etc., for natural gas companies. See

Federal Power Commission.
Government contracts; regular dealers in petroleum and products, definition,

41 $ 201.101 (b) (7)
Holding companies and subsidiary companies; regulations under Public Utility

Holding Company Act of 1935, 17 $ 250.201
Income tax on oil and gas properties:

Deductions for depletion, discovery, etc., 26 $$ 39.23 (m)-1-39.23 (m)-19

Surtax on amounts received from sale of, 26 $ 39.105-1
Interests in oil and gas rights or trusts; registration under Securities Act of 1933,

17 $ $ 230.310-230.396
Invoices and bills to Government showing unit prices of petroleum products,

certification of, 4 § 11.4
Natural Gas Act, regulations under. See Federal Power Commission.
Oil heating industry (New England States); trade practice conference rules,

16 Part 183
Pipe lines. See Pipe lines.
Public utility holding companies, petroleum companies subsidiaries of; regula-

tions under Public Utility Holding Company Act of 1935, 17 $ 250.201
Radio service, petroleum industry; radio regulations, 47 $$ 11.251-11.254, 11.301-

11.304, 11.508
Reports and inspection of facilities for production, processing, etc., of petroleum

and petroleum products in Louisiana, New Mexico and Texas; regulations of

Oil and Gas Division, Interior Department, 30 Part 302
Truck drivers employed by oil dealers; coverage under Walsh-Healey Public

Contracts Act, 41 $ 210.1
Petroleum and products (gas, gasoline, oil, etc.):

Canal Zone; transportation of petroleum products in, 35 $ $ 4.116–4.125a
Customs entry of petroleum products in bulk, customs entry, 19 $ 13.10
Defense mobilization program; responsibilities of Interior Department respect-

ing petroleum and gas, 32A Chapter I, DMO I-13
Equipment, etc.; export control:

Field and refining equipment and parts, 15 § 399.1 (Group 7)
Well drilling equipment, pipe, etc., 15 $$ 399.1 (Group 7), 399.2, Interpreta-

tion 1
Excise tax regulations:

Diesel fuel, 26 Part 324
Gasoline and lubricating oil, 26 Part 314

Transportation of oil by pipeline, 26 $$ 130.20–130.26
Explosives, etc. See Explosives and other dangerous articles.
Export control, 15 $$ 370.4 (f), 373.32, 399.1 (Group 5)
Foreign trade statistics respecting fuel oil, 15 8 30.19
Indian lands, oil wells on; operation under lease, 25 $$ 180.9–180.13, 183.32, 192.23
Leasing of oil and gas lands:

Indian lands, 25 Parts 180, 187, 192
Lessees; operations, and disposal of oil and gas lease products. See Geolog-

ical Survey.
Oil shale; operating and safety regulations, 30 Part 231
Operating regulations, for oil wells, 30 Part 221
Outer Continental Shelf, oil and gas operations in, 30 Part 250
Pipe lines for transportation of. See Pipe lines.
Procurement of lubricating oil by Government agencies, 44 § 53.3
Public lands containing oil and gas; leases, mineral rights, etc. See Land

Management Bureau,

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