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p. 406

Veterans' Administration, see Pensions, War Department-Continued
Bonuses, and Veterans' Relief

Positions
Administration of benefits provided by Act Excepted from examination, 5 $ 50.4
of April 3, 1939, p. 125

Filled upon examination, 5 $ 51.4
Consular officers' duties in foreign coun- Waianae-Kai Military Reservation, Hawaii,
tries, 22 $ 109.10

description corrected, etc., p. 129
Positions

War Finance Corporation abolished; functions
Excepted from examination, 5 $ 50.18

transferred, p. 255
Filled upon examination, 5 $ 51.10

Warehouses
Vicksburg National Military Park, Miss., fees, Beans, dry; administration, see note on p.
36 $ 2.34 (f)

391
Virgin Islands

Broomcorn, administration, see note on p.
Land jurisdiction transfers, pp. 105, 126

391
Naval land transfer amended, p. 201

Canned food, administration, see note on
Sugar marketing quotas, 1939, 7 $ 821.22
Virginia

Cherries in sulphur dioxide brine; adminis-
Anchorage regulations, 33 $ 202.40

tration, see note on p. 407
Back Bay Migratory Waterfowl Refuge, area Cold-pack fruit, administration, see note on

closed to hunting. 50 $ 8.1b
Bridge regulations, 33 % 203.347

Cotton, administration, see note on p. 390
Chesapeake Bay and tributaries, fishing Cottonseed, administration, see note on p.
regulations, 33 $206.50

406
Migratory Bird Treaty Act closed area. p. 77 Dried fruit, administration, see note on p.
Surplus food order stamp area, 7 $ 1102.2

406
Viruses, animal, see Animals and Animal Dry beans; administration, see note on p.
Products

391
Visas, alien entrants; documents required, Grain, administration, 7 $ $ 102.105, 102.111
8 $ $ 3.11, 3.12

Nuts, administration, see note on p. 391
Visual broadcast service, definition, 47 $ 4.61 Seeds; administration, see note on p. 407

Sirup, regulations, 7 $ $ 108.1, 108.75
W

Tobacco, administration, see note on p. 391

Wool, administration, see note on p. 391

Warroad, Minn., temporary airport of entry,
Wage and Hour Division, see Labor

19 $ 4.13b
Wage determinations, see Public Contracts

Wash goods, all cotton, see Cotton converting
Wages, see also Agriculture, Labor
National Youth Administration projects. Washington

industry
45 $ $ 402.2, 402.13

Bridge regulations, 33 $S 203.760, 203.810
Work Projects Administration projects, 45

Federal land bank fees, 6 $ 32.2
$$ 303.1-303.2

Land withdrawal revocation, p. 214
Waianae-Kai Military Reservation, Hawail

Little Pend Oreille Wildlife Refuge, es-
description corrected; part restored to

tablishment, 50 $ 11.1b
Territory, p. 129

Naval aviation land withdrawal, p. 112
Wake Island emergency air base, eight-hour Olympic National Park, mining claims, 43
law suspension, p. 235

$ $ 185.33a-185.33g
Walnuts, distribution and pack specifications, Pears, handling of. 7 $ $ 939.0-939.15
7 $$ 901.4, 901.19

Port of entry for aliens, 8 $ 3.1
Walruses, Alaska, taking of, 50 $ 242.1

Surplus food order stamp area, 7 $ 1102.2
War, see Foreign Relations, National Defense Walnuts, distribution and pack specifica-
War Department

tions, 7 $$ 901.4, 901.19
Army, this index

Water carriers, see Transportation and Rail-
Grades and ratings of enlisted men, fiscal roads
year 1940, pp. 162, 231

Waterfowl, see Wildlife
Confidential positions, selections, 5 $ 7.2 Watertown, N. Y., temporary airport of en-
Engineers Corps, see Navigation and Navi-

try, 19 $ 4.13b
gable Waters

Welfare services, child and maternal, see Pub-
Filipinos eligible for return to Philippine lic Health
Islands, certification, 8 $31.7

Wellesley Island, N. Y., temporary airport of
Goethals Memorial Commission placed un- entry, 19 $ 4.13b
der jurisdiction of, p. 170

Wenatchee National Forest, Wash., document
Insular Affairs Bureau transferred to In- affecting, 36 § 201.1
terior Department, p. 256

West Point, see United States Military
International arms traffic regulations, see Academy
National Defense

Wheat
Joint Boards, direction and supervision, p. Crop insurance, see Agriculture
259

Loans
Land jurisdiction

1938, 6 SS 204.3, 204.19-204.21
Alaska, pp. 126, 243

1939, 6 $ 208.1-208.20
Oklahoma, pp. 121, 229

Marketing quotas
Wisconsin, p. 202

County acreage allotments, 1939, 7 $ 728 3
Wyoming, p. 125

National, 1940, 7 $ $728.101-728.115
Neutrality enforcement, 22 $ 143.11

Parity payments
Nozaleda Military Reservation, lands re- 1939, 788 741.1-741.13

stored to Commonwealth of Philip- 1940, 7 $ $ 741.101-741.113
pines, p. 122

White-fringed beetle quarantine, 7 $ 301.72

p. 29

White Sands National Monument, N. Mex., Wildlife-Continued
fees, 36 $ 2.34 (f)

Biological Survey Bureau-Continued
Whitman National Forest, Oreg., enlargement, National wildlife refuges-Continued

McKay Creck Bird Refuge, Oreg., 50
Wichita. Kans., Federal land bank fees, 6

$ 21.623
$$ 29.1, 29.4-29.6

Necedah Migratory Waterfowl Refuge,
Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, Okla.,

Wis., 50 $ 26.678
fishing permitted, 50 $ 23.967a

Rice Lake Migratory Waterfowl Refuge,

Minn., 50 $ 24.768
Wildlife

Savannah River Wildlife Refuge, Ga.-
Biological Survey Bureau

S. C.. 50 $ 27.803
Administration, see note on p. 2999

Surplus big game animals, sale of, 50
Alaska Game Commission, 50 SS 92.1-92.4

$ 12.51
Guides, 50 $8 92.1, 92.2

Tule Lake Wildlife Refuge, Calif., 50
Poison, designation and use, 50 $ 92.3

$ 21.913
Resident trapping and hunting licenses,
50 $ 92.4

Upper Mississippi River Wildlife and
Alaska game regulations

Fish Refuge, 50 $ 24.919a-c

Valentine Migratory Waterfowl Refuge,
Black bears, status of, 50 $ 91.1a

Nebr., 50 $ 29.920
Closed season, continuous except for

Wichita Mountains
scientific or propagating purposes,

ildlife Refuge.

Okla., 50 § 23.967a
50 $$ 91.37, 91.38

Fisheries Bureau
Definitions, 50 $ 91.1
Emergency taking of animals and birds,

Administration, see note on p. 3046
50 $91.3

Alaska fisheries regulations
Game animals

Alaska Peninsula area, 50 $ $ 205.1-

205.31
Methods of taking, 50 $ 91.7

Aleutian Islands area, 50 $ $ 206.1-206.15
Open seasons and limits, 50 $ 91.8
Possession and transportation, 50

Bering River area, 50 $ $ 213.1-213.14
$91.9

Bristol Bay area, 50 $ 204.1--204.20
Trophies, sale of, 50 $ 91.12

Chignik area, 50 SS 207.1-207.28

Cook Inlet area, 50 $ $ 209.1-209.33
Game birds
Grouse and ptarmigan, 50 § 91.25

Copper River area, 50 $ $ 212.1-212.20
Transportation, 50 $ 91.29

General regulations, 50 $ $ 201.1-201.16
Land fur-bearing animals

Kodiak area, 50 SS 208.1-208.35
Districts and open seasons, 50 § 91.13

Prince William Sound area, 50 SS 211.1-

211.30
Methods of taking, 50 $ 91.14
Fur farmers and dealers, duties, 50

Resurrection Bay area,

50 $ $ 210.1-

210.12
$ 91.22
Skins; possession, transportation,

Sea lions, taking of, 50 $ 242.2
purchase, sale, etc., 50 88 91.16-

Southeastern Alaska area, 50 SS 220.1-

220.22
91.18
Licenses, 50 $ 91.2

Clarence Strait district, 50 $8 227.1-

227,18
Resident trappers, 50 $ 91.2a
Migratory birds

Eastern district, 50 $ $ 224.1-224.18
Alaska, taking of certain birds by Eski-

Ioy Strait district, 50 $ $ 222.1-222 19
mos and Indians, 50 $ 1.7

South Prince of Wales Island district,
Daily bag and possession limits, 50 $ 1.5

50 $ $ 228.1-228.15
Definitions, 50 $$ 11, 1.2

Southern district, 50 $ $ 229.1-229.18
Hunting, closed areas, 50 $ 8.16

Stikine district, 50 $ $ 225.1-225 6
Importation and shipment, 50 $ 2.1

Sumner Strait district, 50 $ $ 226.1-
Game mammals to and from Mexico,

226.19
50 $ 2.2

Western district, 50 $ $ 223.1–223.23
Means by which certain birds may be

Yakutat district, 50 $ $ 221.1–221.23
taken, 50 $ 1.3

Trout regulations, 50 $ $ 202.1-202.3
Open seasons, 50 $ 1.4

Walruses, taking of, 50 $ 242.1
Permits

Yukon-Kuskokwim area, 50 SS 203.1-
Killing of birds injurious to property,

203.15
50 $ 1.10

International Fisheries Commission
Scientific collections, 50 $ 1.9

Pacific halibut fisheries, 50 $ $ 301.1-301.13
Waterfowl propagation, 50 $ 1.8

Catch limit, 50 $ 301.2
Regulations, effectiveness of, 50 $ 1.12

Closed grounds, 50 $ 301.10
State laws protecting, 50 $ 1.11

Closed season, 50 $ 301.3
National wildlife refuges

Dory gear prohibited in Areas 1 and 2,
Aleutian Islands Reservation, Alaska,

50 $ 301.11
50 $ 30.10

Halibut taken with other fish, retention
Cold Springs Reservation, Oreg., 50

of, 50 $ 301.5
$ 21.171

Licenses and permits, 50 $$ 301.6, 301.7
Elk Refuge, Wyo., 50 $ 22.271

Regulations superseded, 50 $ 301.13
Establishment; list of, 50 $ 11.1b

Regulatory areas, 50 $ 301.1
Kentucky Woodlands Wildlife Refuge,

Area 3, last departure and last valida-
Ky., 50 $26.503

tion of license for, 50 $ 301.4
Lake Mattamuskeet Wildlife Refuge,

Set nets prohibited, 50 $ 301.12
N. C., 50 $ 27.604a

Statistical returns, 50 $ $ 301.8, 301.9
Lower Souris Migratory Waterfowl | Wind Cave National Park, S. Dak., fees, 36
Refuge, N. Dak., 50 $ 29.573

$ 2.34 (b)

Wine

Labeling and advertising, 27 88 4.21-4.63
Shipments to American possessions, 26

$ 178.143
Wine industry, trade practice rules, 16

8$ 139.1-139.13
Wisconsin

Land jurisdiction transferred, p. 202
Necedah Migratory Waterfowl Refuge, es-

tablishment, 50 $ 11.1b
Hunting permitted, 50 § 26.678
Surplus food order stamp area, 7 $ 1102.2
Upper Mississippi River Wildlife and Fish

Refuge, hunting waterfowl, etc., and
pheasants; trapping minks and musk-

rats, 50 $ 24.919a-24.919c
Woodgate rust quarantine revocation, 7

$ 301.65
Wool
Camel, for use in manufacturing; entry of,

19 $ $ 8.100, 8.101
Classification, 1939, 6 § 207.3
Customs ascertainment of clean content of,

19 $ 11.49
Knitted berets, finding of dumping, 19

$ 12.15
Loan agencies, 1939, Reconstruction Fi-

nance Corporation, 6 $ 207.14
Loans

1938, 6 $ 202.16

1939, 688 207.1-207.17
Standards, 7 $$ 31.1-31.154

Forms, 7 $$ 31.51-31.53

Top grades and forms, 7 $$ 31.101-31.154
Warehouses, administration, see note on

Works Progress Administration-Continued
National Youth Administration transferred

to Federal Security Agency, p. 249
Positions excepted from examination, 5

$ 50.35
Workshops, sheltered, appointment of ad-

visory committee on, see note on p. 2237
World's Fair, New York City, participation of

foreign nations, p. 67
Wyoming

Elk Refuge, fishing permitted, 50 $ 22.271
Kendrick project, boat and floating wharf

privileges, 43 $ $ 451.1-451.9
Land withdrawal revocations, pp. 201, 203
National Guard target range, land with-

drawal, p. 125
Pathfinder Wildlife Refuge, name changed;

lands added, 50 $ 11.1b
Public water restoration, p. 161
Riverton Irrigation Project, see note on p.

2522
Shoshone Indians, Wind River Reservation,

judgment and lieu of allotment funds,
25 $ $ 223.50-223.70

Y

Yakutat District, Alaska, salmon fishery regu-

lations, 50 $ $ 221.1-221.23
Yellowstone National Park, Wyo.

Fees, 36 $ 2.42

Local regulations, 36 $ 20.13
Yosemite National Park, Calif.

Fees, 36 $ 2.42

Local regulations, 36 $ 20.16
Youth Administration, see Public Welfare
Yukon-Kuskokwim Fisheries, Alaska, regula-

tions, 50 $$ 203.1-203.15

p. 391

Woolen industry committee personnel, see

Appendix on p. 2243
Work Projects Administration, see Public

Welfare
Works Progress Administration

Consolidated into Feaeral Works Agency,

Z

p. 251

Zion National Park, Utah, fees, 36 $ 2.42

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