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time of its removal or for the proceeds realized by the company from its disposal, all at the election of the company concerned, unless the company and the contractor agree or have agreed on a different basis.

(c) A fixed price prime or subcontractor may, unless the contract otherwise provides, at any time after receipt of notice of termination, remove and store any termination inventory at his own risk. Promptly after such removal and storage the war contractor shall deliver to the company written notice of the place of storage.

(d) With respect to the removal of property under terminated cost-plus-afixed-fee contracts, company - owned property located in the plant of a war contractor that is not otherwise disposed of within 60 days, or such other period as may be prescribed by the Director of Contract Settlement, or such longer period as the contractor may agree, after its removal has been requested in the prescribed manner by the war contractor, unless the terminated contract otherwise provides, will be removed by the company or arrangements for storage thereof will be made with the war contractor. The company and the contractor will take a joint inventory before the property is removed or will agree upon arrangements for storage. If the property which the contractor is entitled to have removed by the company is not removed or stored with the contractor pursuant to agreement, then the contractor may remove or store such property under the provisions and upon the conditions set forth in subsection (d) of section 12 of the act, provided the contractor, regardless of any terms of the terminated contract providing for a lesser degree of responsibility for the care and preservation of property during performance of the contract, takes reasonable precaution for the protection of the property.

(e) The policies, principles, methods, procedures, and standards relating to removal of any company-owned machinery, tools, or equipment, which are installed in a war contractor's plant, and which the contractor desires to remove or have removed from his plant pursuant to subsection (g) of section 12 of the act, shall be those prescribed by regulation of the Director of Contract Settlement.

8 See General Regulation 4, dated September 28, 1944 (9 F.R. 11964), of the Director of Contract Settlement.

$ 50.9 Interest on termination claims. Interest on termination claims under a prime contract or subcontract shall be allowed in accordance with the provisions of subsection (f) of section 6 of the act at the rate of 242% per annum. Such interest shall not accrue for the period prior to July 21, 1944 nor for the 30 day period next after the date fixed for termination of such contract and may be denied or reduced in accordance with the provisions of such subsection (f). If, in the opinion of the company concerned, the war contractor unrea. sonably delays the settlement of his claim, interest shall not accrue for the period of such delay as determined by the company.

$ 50.10 Settlement of terminated subcontracts. War contractors may make settlement of termination claims arising under subcontracts without approval of the settlement by the company concerned if such authority is exercised within the scope of such authority as may be granted by the Director of Contract Settlement" or by such company, but such authority may be revoked by such company at any time before the settlement is concluded by giving or causing to give notice in writing to the war contractor over the signature of the president, executive vice-president or any vice-president of such company. Written application for authority from a company so to settle subcontract claims should be made to the company concerned.

$ 50.11 Notices to the companies. Any request, demand or notice required or authorized to be made to any company hereunder shall be given or made in writing to the company concerned at its address, Washington, D. C. by registered mail, postage prepaid.

$ 50.12 Definitions. The terms "prime contract", "subcontract", "war contract”, "termination", “terminate", “terminated”, “material", "termination claim", "interim financing”, "person", and "termination inventory" as used in the regulations in this part have the same meaning as such terms are used in the Contract Settlement Act of 1944.

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See Regulation 6, dated October 4, 1944 (9 F.R. 12283), of the Director of Contract Settlement with respect to settlements by a war contractor of net claims of subcontractors of less than $1,000 submitted on Office of Contract Settlement Form la.

TITLE 14–CIVIL AVIATION

Chapter I-Civil Aeronautics Board.....
Chapter II—Administrator of Civil Aeronautics, Department of Commerce.

Part

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CHAPTER 1-CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD

Part 04 Airplane airworthiness. (Amend

ed] 20 Pilot certificates. (Amended] 21 Airline transport pilot rating.

[Note] 27 Aircraft dispatcher certificates.

(Note] 29 Physical standards for airmen.

(Amended) 40 Air carrier operating certification.

(Amended) 60 Air traffic rules. [Amended] 61 Scheduled air carrier rules.

(Amended]

Part 202 Accounts and reports. (Amended) 238 Certificates of public convenience

and necessity. [Amended) 239 Charter trips and special services.

[Revised] 241 Permits for foreign air carriers.

[Revised] 280 Forms and applications. (Amend

ed) 285 Rules of practice. (Amended] 292 Exemptions and classifications.

[Amended)

PART 04-AIRPLANE AIRWORTHI.

NESS Sec. 04.5827 Position lights. (Amended)

$ 04.5 Equipment.

$ 04.5827 Position lights. Such light shall emit (a) in the case of a non-air carrier airplane, either a continuous white light as specified in $ 15.2014 or alternate red and white flashes as specified in § 15.2015, and (b) in the case of an air carrier airplane, alternate red and white flashes as specified in § 15.2015. In lieu of such a single flashing rear position light, an airplane may carry two rear position lights, one red and one white, spaced as closely as possible to each other and in combination emitting the red and white flashes specified in 8 15.2015.

CODIFICATION: The last two sentences of $ 04.5827 were amended as set forth above, by Amendment 04-1, CAR, effective Mar. 8, 1944, . 9 F. R. 2772. The words "with one unit above the other" which preceded the words “and in combination, etc.," in the last sentence, were deleted by Amendment 04-2, CAR, effective Sept. 15, 1944, 9 F, R. 11462.

Sec. 20.129 Military competence. (Revised] 20.1290 Pilot certificate. (Added] 20.1291 Aircraft ratings. (Added] 20.149 Military competence. (Note] 20.31 Duration. (Revised ] 20.37 Airman identification card. (Note 20.724 Dual control airplanes. (Revoked ] 20.73 Periodic physical examination.

(Amended) NOTE: Special Regulation Serial No. 326, Nov. 9, 1944, effective Nov. 25, 1944, 9 F.R. 13800, provides as follows:

An applicant for a pilot certificate, (1) who within the six calendar months preceding the date of her application was a member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) and, (2) who has been on active duty with solo flying status for at least six consecutive months as a member of such organization, shall be deemed to have met the aeronautical knowledge, experience, and skill requirements of the Civil Air Regulations for the issuance of a private or commercial pilot certificate whichever is appropriate to her service experience:

(a) If she submits to an inspector of the Administrator a certificate issued by the responsible military officer in charge of flying showing that she was at the time of separation from her service on solo flying status as a rated pilot, and the pilot rating held and the type, class, and horsepower of aircraft she had been officially rated to pilot;

(b) If the requirements for the pilot rating held are at least equivalent to the requirements of the Civil Air Regulations for the type and grade of pilot certificate sought; and

PART 20_PILOT CERTIFICATES Sec. 20.100 Age. (Note) 20.127 Aeronautical skill. (Amended)

(c) If she passes the written examination on Parts 20 and 60 of the Civil Air Regulations required of applicants for the type and grade of certificate sought.

Type, class, and horsepower ratings will be issued in connection with such pilot certificates or in connection with a private or commercial pilot certificate held by the applicant, if she presents reliable documentary evidence showing that within the preceding 12 calendar months she has had at least 10 hours of flying time during which she was sole manipulator of the controls of aircraft of the type, class, and horsepower for which a rating is sought.

$ 20.1 Pilot certificate requirements.

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knowledge, experience, and skill requirements of the Civil Air Regulations for the issuance of a pilot certificate appropriate to the military pilot rating held: Provided, That he passes a written examination on Parts 20 and 60 of this chapter and submits reliable documentary evidence showing:

(a) That he is a member of the armed forces or that he has been honorably discharged or returned to inactive status,

(b) That he is, or was, a rated military pilot, and

(c) His total solo flying time.

$ 20.1291 Aircraft ratings. class, and horsepower ratings will be issued in connection with such pilot certificates or in connection with a private or commercial pilot certificate held by the applicant, if he presents reliable documentary evidence showing that within the preceding 12 calendar months he has had at least 10 hours of flying time during which he was sole manipulator of the controls of aircraft of the type, class, and horsepower for which a rating is sought.

CODIFICATION: Former $ 20.129 voked, and the sections set forth above substituted in lieu thereof, by Amendment 20–5, CAR, Nov. 9, 1944, effective Nov. 25, 1944, 9 F.R. 13800.

$ 20.100 Age.

NOTE: Special Regulation Serial No. 318, effective Aug. 1, 1944, 9 FR. 9526, provides as follows:

Any person who is at least 15 years of age and who is listed in the records of the Institute of Aviation Psychology, National Research Council, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, as trainee in an experimental course of specialized flight instruction may be issued a limited student pilot certificate subject to the following provisions:

(a) Such person shall adhere to all the Civil Air Regulations except as above provided;

(b) Such person shall pllot aircraft in solo flight only when and to the extent authorized by the Institute of Aviation Psychology-National Research Council, University of Tennessee.

This regulation shall terminate on June 15, 1945.

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§ 20.149 Military competence.

NOTE: Special Regulation Serial No. 231 was revoked by Special Regulation Serial No. 306, May 3, 1944, effective May 3, 1944, 9 F.R. 9712.

$ 20.3 Pilot certificates.

§ 20.127 Aeronautical skill.

(g) When the applicant's medical certificate shows a structural defect or limitation such additional maneuvers and tests as may be found necessary by the Administrator to demonstrate the competency of the applicant to pilot aircraft safely. A pilot certificate issued under these circumstances may be limited to the operation of a particular aircraft and as to type of operation and period of reexamination. [Paragraph (g) added by Amdt. 20–3, CAR, effective Sept. 19, 1944, 9 F.R. 11675]

$ 20.31 Duration. A pilot certificate shall be of 90 days' duration unless the holder thereof is otherwise notified by the Administrator within such period, and unless so notified shall thereafter continue in effect until otherwise specified by the Board. The certificate shall be automatically canceled at any time ·by the issuance of a new certificate of a different grade. [As amended by Amdt. 20–1, CAR, effective July 27, 1944, 9 F.R. 9347]

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§ 20.129 Military competence.

$ 20.1290 Pilot certificate. An applicant who is, or was within the preceding 12 calendar months, a member of the armed forces of the United States and has served on solo flying status for a period of 6 consecutive months shall be deemed to have met the aeronautical

§ 20.37 Airman identification card.

NOTE: Special Regulation Serial No. 328, effective Dec. 8, 1944, 9 F.R. 14533, provides as follows:

Each person who is listed in the records of Parks Air College or one of its affiliated schools as a trainee in an experimental course of specialized dual flight instruction is hereby authorized to make one solo flight while holding an airman certificate consisting solely of a medical certificate issued by an authorized medical examiner of the Administrator showing that such person meets the physical standards prescribed in $ 29.12 of the Civil Air Regulations: Provided, That:

(a) Such person adheres to all the Civil Air Regulations except as above provided;

(b) The name and address of each such person is submitted in duplicate to the Civil Aeronautics Board prior to the solo flight;

(c) The solo flight is made within sight of and under the personal supervision of a certificated flight instructor.

This Special Civil Air Regulation shall terminate January 15, 1945.

Administrator to an applicant who (a) is at least 21 years of age, (b) has served in connection with the dispatching of aircraft in military contract cargo operations under a certificated aircraft dispatcher for a period of at least one year within the two years immediately preceding application and (c) has met all of the other requirements of Part 27 for the original issuance of such certificate. The holder of such a certificate may have the limitation removed if he presents proof to the Administrator that he has served satisfactorily in connection with the dispatching of air carrier aircraft in scheduled operation under the supervision of a certificated aircraft dispatcher for a period of at least 90 days within the preceding six months and he is at least 23 years of age.

This regulation shall be effective for the duration of the war and not more than six months thereafter.

$ 20.7 Pilot regulations.

$ 20.724 Dual control airplanes. (Revoked)

CODIFICATION: $ 20.724 was revoked by Amendment 20-4, CAR, Sept. 22, 1944, effective Oct. 20, 1944, 9 F.R. 11884.

PART 29-PHYSICAL STANDARDS

FOR AIRMEN Sec. 29.12 Third class. (Amended)

§ 29.1 Physical standards. $ 29.12 Third class.

(c) General physical condition. No applicant shall have an organic or functional disease which would interfere with the safe piloting of aircraft, or other duties of his airman certificate. Any structural defect or limitation shall be noted on the medical certificate. (Paragraph (c) amended by Amdt. 29–2, CAR, effective Sept. 19, 1944, 9 F.R. 11675]

$20.73 Periodic physical examination,

(b) In lieu of the physical examination, evidence that the pilot is on pilot status solo in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard will be accepted as proof of physical fitness while on active duty in such service. [Paragraph (b) amended by Amdt. 20–2, CAR, effective Aug. 12, 1944, 9 F.R. 10038]

PART 21-AIRLINE TRANSPORT

PILOT RATING

PART 40-AIR CARRIER OPERATING

CERTIFICATION Sec. 40.2 Passenger minimum requirements.

(Amended) 40.261 First pilots.' [Note)

$ 40.2 Passenger minimum requirements.

(c) (Revoked]

CODIFICATION: Paragraph (c) of $ 40.2 was revoked by Amendment 40–3, CAR, effective Sept. 18, 1944, 9 F.R. 11602.

NOTE: The termination date of Special Regulation Serial No. 278 was changed to June 30, 1944, by Special Regulation Serial No. 298, effective Jan. 1, 1944, 9 F.R. 242; to Dec. 31, 1944, by Special Regulation Serial No. 311, effective July 1, 1944, 9 F.R. 7044; and to June 30, 1945, by Special Regulation NO. 278-A, effective Jan. 1, 1945, 9 F.R. 15137.

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PART 27-AIRCRAFT DISPATCHER

CERTIFICATES NOTE: Special Regulation Serial No. 300, effective Jan. 21, 1944, 9 F.R. 959, provides as follows:

An aircraft dispatcher certificate limited to the dispatching of aircraft in military contract cargo operations may be issued by the

$ 40.261 First pilots.
$ 40.2611 (b)

NOTE: Special Regulation Serial No. 299, Jan. 12, 1944, effective Jan. 15, 1944, 9 F.R. 599, provides as follows:

Notwithstanding $ 40.2611 (b) of the Civil Air Regulations any first pilot listed in the American Airlines, Inc., air carrier operating certificate on January 15, 1944, who is quali

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St. Louis, Missouri, and Tulsa, Oklahoma, on January 15, 1944, may pilot aircraft under day contact operations in scheduled transportation for said carrier into and out of Joplin Airport, Joplin, Missouri, upon furnishing evidence satisfactory to the Administrator showing that the pilot is thoroughly familiar with the form and condition of the airport and with the location and nature of any obstructions in the vicinity.

Special Regulation Serial No. 301, Jan. 26, 1944, effective Feb. 1, 1944, 9 F.R. 1049, provides as follows:

Notwithstanding $ 40.2611 (b) of the Civil Air Regulations any first pilot listed in the Eastern Air Lines air carrier operating certificate on February 1, 1944 who is qualified as competent to operate an aircraft in scheduled air transportation between New Orleans, Louisiana, and Houston, Texas, on February 1, 1944, may pilot aircraft under day contact operations in scheduled transportation for said carrier into and out of Jefferson County Airport, Beaumont, Texas, upon furnishing evidence satisfactory to the Administrator showing that the pilot is thoroughly familiar with the form and condition of the airport and with the location and nature of any obstructions in the vicinity.

Special Regulation Serial No. 309, May 22, 1944, effective June 1, 1944, 9 F.R. 5501, provides as follows:

Notwithstanding $ 40.2611 (b) of the Civil Air Regulations any first pilot listed in the Eastern Air Lines air carrier operating certificate on June 1, 1944, who is qualified as competent to operate an aircraft in scheduled air transportation between New Orleans, Louisiana, and Houston, Texas, on June 1, 1944, may pilot aircraft under contact conditions in scheduled transportation for said carrier into and out of the Lake Charles Airport, Lake Charles, Louisiana, upon furnishing evidence satisfactory to the Administrator showing that the pilot is thoroughly familiar with the form and condition of the airport and with the location and nature of any obstructions in the vicinity.

Special Regulation Serial No. 310, June 13, 1944, effective June 15, 1944, 9 F.R. 6700, provides as follows:

Any first pilot listed in PennsylvaniaCentral Airlines air carrier operating certificate on June 15, 1944, as qualified to operate aircraft in scheduled air transportation between Detroit, Michigan, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, via Grand Rapids and Muskegon, Michigan, and who was qualified on June 1, 1942, for the route between Detroit, Michigan, and Chicago, Illinois, via Grand Rapids and Muskegon, will be deemed competent to pilot aircraft in scheduled air transportation between Muskegon, Michigan, and Chicago, Illinois, upon completion of two one-way trips accompanied by a company check pilot: Provided, That one land

ing at Chicago is accomplished under contact flight conditions with visibility of at least three miles.

Special Regulation Serial No. 312, June 30, 1944, effective July 1, 1944, 9 F.R. 7366, provides as follows:

Any first pilot listed in Braniff Airways, Inc. air carrier operating certificate on July 1, 1944, as qualified to operate aircraft in scheduled air transportation between Dallas and Houston, Texas, and between Dallas and Corpus Christi, Texas, via San Antonio, Texas, and who was listed in Braniff Airways, Inc. air carrier operating certificate on January 20, 1943, as qualified to operate aircraft between Dallas and Corpus Christi via Houston will be deemed competent to pilot aircraft in scheduled air transportation between Houston and Corpus Christi upon completion of two one-way trips accompanied by a company check pilot.

Special Regulation Serial No. 315, July 24, 1944, effective Aug. 1, 1944, 9 FR. 9039, provides as follows:

Any first pilot listed in Chicago and Southern Air Lines, Inc., air carrier operating certificate on January 1, 1944, as competent to operate aircraft in scheduled air transportation between Chicago and Springfield, Illinois, may pilot aircraft under contact weather conditions in scheduled air transportation for said carrier into and out of the Peoria Airport, Peoria, Illinois, upon furnishing evidence to the Administrator that the pilot is thoroughly familiar with the form and condition of the airport and with the location and nature of any obstructions in the vicinity.

Any first pilot listed in Chicago and Southern Air Lines, Inc., air carrier operating certificate on January 1, 1944, as competent to operate aircraft in scheduled air transportation between Memphis, Tennessee, and Jackson, Mississippi, may pilot aircraft in scheduled air transportation for said carrier into and out of the Greenwood Airport, Greenwood, Mississippi, upon furnishing evidence to the Administrator that the pilot is thoroughly familiar with the form and condition of the airport and with the location and nature of any obstructions in the vicinity.

Special Regulation Serial No. 317, Aug. 1, 1944, effective Aug. 15, 1944, 9 F.R. 9526, provides as follows:

Any first pilot listed in Northeast Airlines, Inc., operating certificate on July 1, 1944, who was listed in Northeast Airlines .operating certificate on May 31, 1942, as qualified to operate in scheduled air transportation between Boston, Massachusetts, and Montreal, Province of Quebec, Canada, via Manchester and Concord, New Hampshire, and Montpelier and Burlington, Vermont, will

be deemed competent to pilot aircraft in scheduled air transportation on this route upon completion of two one-way trips one of which must be made between one hour after sunset and one hour before sunrise. Each pilot must

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