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RECORDS CODIFICATION MANUAL Prepared by - National Archives

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RECORDS CODIFICATION MANUAL

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Prepared by The Division of Communications and Records Department of State (Adopted January 1, 1950)

GPO—state 141

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CLASSES O F RECORDS Class 0

Miscellaneous,

Class 1

Administration of the United States Government,

Class 2

Protection of Interests, (Persons and Property).

Class 3

International Conferences, Congresses, Meetings and Organizations. United Nations. Organization of American States. Multilateral Treaties,

Class 4

International Trade and Commerce, Trade Relations, Treaties, Agreements, Customs Administration,

Class 5

International Informational and Educational Relations, Cultural A f f a i r s and Programs.

Class 6

International Political Relations. Other International Relations.

Class 7

Internal Political and National Defense A f f a i r s .

Class 8

Internal Economic, Industrial and Social A f f a i r s .

Class 9

Other Internal A f f a i r s . Communications, Transportation, Science,

Note:- Classes 0|through 2 - Miscellaneous; Administrative, 15*2

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3 through 6 - International relations; relations of one country with another, or of a group of countries with other countries.

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7 through 9 - Internal affairs; domestic problems, conditions, etc., and only rarely concerns more than one country or area.

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CLASS Q MISCELLANEOUS •s.

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GENERAL Unclassifiable correspondence. Crank letters. Begging letters. Popular comment. Matters not pertaining to business of the Department, Requests for interviews with officials of the Department. (Classify subjectively when possible). Requests for names and/or addresses of Foreign Service Officers and personnel. Requests for copies of treaties and other publications.

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Precedent Index. Matters transmitted through facilities of the Department. Telegrams, letters, documents, Funds.

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Authentications by the Department.

012

Requests from miscellaneous sources including foreign diplomatic and consular officers for information not pertinent to the Department's business. Requests from miscellaneous sources for information concerning country or area **.

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.1** 020 .**

Publications. (For publications requested by or intended for State Department Library, see 110.4 L R ) . Foreign publications. (•** nationality of publication).

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International exchange of publications. Treaties and Conventions , regarding exchanges of publications. ' Treaties between the United States and •*.

.1

Publications of the Department of State. Issuance, Distribution. (For routine requests, see 000). Foreign Relations of the United States,

.1 .2 ,3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9

Publications of the United States Government (other than the Department of State). Treasury, Defense, Justice. Post Office, Interior. Agriculture. Commerce. Labor. Other Federal Agencies,

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Foreign publications requested by U.S, Federal Agencies. Treasury.

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Expeditions. Tours. Visits.

031.**##

Scientific expeditions, (** Nationality of expedition, (## Area of exploration.

032

Tours, Visits of unofficial persons to or from other countries, including the United States. (Individual cases when possible)

033.'**##

Visits of officials of country ** to country or area ##. Congressional visits abroad),

090

Testimonials. Decorations, Awards, Gifts, From Government of country ** to nationals of country ##.

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Defense. Justice. Post Office. Interior. Agriculture. Commerce. Labor. Other Federal Agencies,

091.**

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Thanks for services rendered country **.

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CLASS 1 ADMINISTRATION O F THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMEhTT 100

GENERAL, Buildings and premises. Real property. Lands. Agents. (Including self-styled or bogus agents). Records. Inter-agency Boards, Committees, etc. Bonds for government officials, (For Foreign Service see 123,1).

101

White House, Executive Mansion and Offices,

102

Executive Departments. (Cabinet Posts, For Department of State, see 110). (For agents, add 02 after Department, Bureau or office number).

102.1 .103 .11 .12 .13 .14

Treasury Department, Checks,

(This series includes services performed by the State Department for these agencies as well as their organization, functions, etc)

Bureau of Internal Revenue, Coast Guard, Bureau of the Mint, Bureau of Narcotics, Customs Agency Service (P 36),

.15

Bureau of Customs. Services performed by the Department of State and the Foreign Service of the United States.

.151

Documentation of merchandise under United States customs laws. Requirement of certified invoices.

.1511 .152 .1521 ,1522 .1523

Preparation of invoices. Form. Signature. Shipper's declaration. Production of invoice before Consul. Market value. How ascertained. Price lists. Appraisement, Undervaluation. Description of goods. Identification (Marking). Origin. Samples. Process of manufacture. Weight. Measurement, Tare. Documentation of goods for free entry. Household effects. Animals for breeding purposes. Returned American goods. Works of art. Automobiles for touring purposes. I

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102.154 ,155

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Certification of Invoices, Fees, Where certified. Form, Verification, When no American Consul ("No Co'-^ul" list). Confidential character of invoices. Requests for copies of certificates or invoices. Landing certificates.

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102.159

Other Services rendered Treasury by State. Other matters relating to documentation of merchandise. Manifests of cargoes.

102.2 .201 .203 .204 .205 .206

Defense Department, Joint Chiefs of Staff. Munitions Board. Research and Development Boara. Armed Services Petroleum Board. War Council 1^ .;7si

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Department of the Army.

,22 ,221

Department of the Na-v^, Hydrographlc office. Notices to mariners.

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Department of the A i r Force,

102 3 ,31 ,32 .33 .34

Department of Justice. Federal Bureau of Investigation. Immigration and Naturalization Service. Bureau of Prisons. Office of Alien Property.

102.4

Post Office Department.

102.5 .51 .52 .53

Department of the Interior. Geological Survey Office. Bureau of Mines, Fish and Wildlife Service,

102.6 .61 .62

Department of Agriculture. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Office of Foreign Agricultural Relations,

102,7 ,71 ,72 .73 .74 .75 .76 .77

Department of Commerce. Bureau of the Census. Coast and Geodetic Survey. Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce. National Inventors' Council. (Inventions). Weather Bureau. C i v i l Aeronautics Administration. Bureau of Public Roads.

102.79

Services performed by the Department of State and the Foreign Service of the United States on behalf of the Commerce Department.

,791

Commercial reports. Preparation. Transmission, Publication. Distribution.

.792

Commercial letters.

.793

Trade lists.

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102,794 ,7941 ,795 .7951 .7952 .7953 .7954 .7955 .7956 .796 .7961 .7962 .797 .7971 102,8 i 'j 103

.1 .11

Commercial (and Professional) standing of business houses and persons. Lists of Attorneys, Assistance to American commercial interests. Foreign agencies handling American goods. Foreign branch factories of American concerns. Collection of accounts. (See also 2**, ##51). American f i r m s handling foreign goods. ,__^^^merica_n^repres£ntation of foreign f i r m s . Trade complaints against XmericaTTTTrmsT^ Trade complaints against foreign f i r m s . Stamp collectors.

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Requests for commercial information and replies. (Comprising principally circulars sent to the Foreign Service at the request of the Department of Commerce). Short Form Reports. World Trade Directory Reports. Administrative correspondence regarding the furnishing of commercial information. Trade Opportunities, U,S. and foreign. Commercial visitors. Department

of Labor,

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Independent offices of the U,S, Government. (All Federal Agencies of non-Cabinet rank. Arranged alphabetically, using authorized abbreviations), (For Agents add 02 after decimal point). National Security Council. Central Intelligence Agency. States and Territories, (Arranged alphabetically, using authorized abbreviations).

104 110 ,1 ,101 ,11 .12 .13i .14' .15 ,15 ,17 .2 .21 .22

Department of State. Organization and Functions, Commendations, Complaints, Secretary of State. (Arranged alphabetically by first two letters of surname). Under Secretary of State,, " .f Deputy Under Secretary, " " Counselor. " " Assistant Secretaries. " " Deputy Assistant Secretaries. " " Legal Adviser. " " Special Assistants. " " Regional Bureaus. Bureau of European Affairs. Bureau of Near Eastern, South Asian and African A f f a i r s .

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(All Offices, Divisions, etc., arranged alphabetically by

110.23 .24 .25 .26 .3 .31 .32 .33 .4 .4

authorized routing symbol under respective Bureaus),

Economic Offices. Office of International Trade Policy. Office of Hnancial Development Policy Office of Transport and Communications Policy. Other Offices, Divisions, Committees, Boards, etc (Arrange alphabetically by authorized symbol).

.1 .2

Property. Buildings. Space. Equipment. Seal. Flag. Tort Claims.

112

Budget. Appropriations.

113

Personnel. Recruitment; termination; promotion; training; leave of absence; retirement. Bonds. Requests for speakers.

114 .1 .2 .3

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Records. Correspondence, Retirement or other disposal of records, Permission to examine. Requests for copies, Improper use. Unauthorized or improper publication, Unauthorized removal of documents, etc., from the Department, (For security measures, see 115). Distribution, routing of correspondence internally within the Department and externally to other Federal agencies. Publication by the Department, (See also 023). For certification see O i l .

115

Security, Security measures. Violations.

116

Communications. (Telegraph, Cable, Networks, Telephone, Pouch and Couriers),

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Par Eastern A f f a i r s . Inter-American A f f a i r s . United Nations Affairs. German Affairs.

Despatch Agents. Agencies. New York Administrative Office.

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Pouch Telegraph. Telephone. Rates. Pouch. Cable Codes. Rates. cluding tions mitted Codes, and addresses. toFees. Fees. Ciphers. to Courier ciphers, overseas Conferences, Cable. the Telephonic Department Telegraphic Services. etc., Cryptographic (Foreign Networks. or - 7trans-Atlantic created -etc.). costs. for Service costs. (General) its bymaterial, (Local information private Posts, calls). and individuals American devices, long-distance and/orequipment. Delegaand use. subin-

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116,32 117 .1 .2 .21 .22 .23 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 120

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Organization. Commendations. Complaints. Foreign Service Regulations. Examinations. Inspection. Inspectors. (For correspondence concerning an individual Inspector, see 123). Committees. Boards.

.2 .2**

Special missions. "Special Mission to country **.

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Attaches f r o m X Department to country ** (Use numeral after the decimal point in 102 for X).

.4 .41 .42 .43 .43** .44 .45 .451

Miscellaneous. Unhealthful posts. Hardship posts. Transportation. Conferences (Diplomatic). Consular Conferences in Country **. Tort Claims. Families of Foreign Service Officers. Education of children.

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Security. Security measures. Violations. (General). (See 124.**11 and 125.***11 for particular offices or posts). Military guards. Armed guards.

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Relations with other Federal Agencies. Cooperation. For agencies not listed below use 117 (Authorized Agency symbol: Example 117-TAR.) With Treasury. " Defense. ' Army. " Navy. " A i r Force . " Justice. " P o s t Office. " Interior. * Agriculture. " Commerce . « Labor. FOREIGN SERVICE O F THE UNITED STATES.

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Courier. Courier identification documents.

122 .01 .02 .03 ,04 .05

American Diplomatic and Consular Representation, ((5eneral). (Questions arising in a particular country, substitute country number for "O* following the decimal point). Protection of person, dwelling, etc. Freedom of communication and inviolability of correspondence, Exemption f r o m judical process, Exemption from taxation. Other privileges and immunities. (For free entry of equipment, supplies, etc., see 4**. ##231),

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122,06 .07

Precedence. Relations between Foreign Service Officers. Relations with officials of other branches of the U.S. Government. PL ..onnel. (AU correspondence, regardless of nature, which concerns an individual Foreign Service Officer or an American clerk, will be classified under 123 - followed by name. When questions of policy are involved, cross references will be made to appropriate subjective classifications).

123

Recruitment. Appointment. Training. Assignment. Bond. Recognition, (by foreign government). Education. Performance evaluation. Efficiency ratings. Position classification. Salaries. Cost of living and quarters allowances. Transfer. Detail. Promotion, Separation. Retirement. Leave of absence. Erriployment of aliens. Effects. Claims for losses, (See 123 - name, for individual cases). Hos'pitalization. Medical care. Disability. (For retirement, annuities etc., see 123.4). Personnel welfare and employees' services. Commissary. Cooperatives.

.1 .11 .2 .3 .31 A .41 .5 .6 ,61 .7

124 ,01 ,011 ,02 ,021 .022 .04 .041 .042 .05 ,06 ,061 ,062 .063 ,07 ,08

American Foreign Service Offices. (Diplomatic and Consular). Buildings and premises. Supervisors of construction. Property. Equipment. Supplies. Stationery. Forms. Libraries. Books. Appropriations. Allotments. Accounts. i Representation allowances. | Consular fees. Fee stamps, (For visa fees, see 150.3; for passport fees, see 138,101), Administration. Conduct of office. Records and correspondence. Preparation, distribution, transmission. Permission to examine. Requests for copies. Publication, authorized or unauthorized. Consular districts. Consular Agencies. Questions pertaining to particular Embassies and Legations.

124 .** ,**1 .**11 .**2 .**3

American embassy or legation in country **, Buildings and premises. Security, Security measures. Violations. Guards. Property, Equipment. Supplies. Personnel, (General personnel questions pertaining to a particular office. Alien personnel, messengers, etc.). Leave of absence. )

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Appropriations. Allotments. Accounts. Consular fees. Fee stamps. (For visa fees, see 150.3; for passport fees, see 138.101). Administration. Conduct of office. Post and organization reports. Tort claims. Correspondence. Records.

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Buildings and premises. Security. Security measures. Violations, Armed Guards. Property. Equipment, Supplies. Personnel. General questions pertaining to a particular office. Alien personnel, messengers, etc. Leave of absence. Appropriations, Allotments, Accounts, Consular fees. Fee stamps, (For visa fees, see 150.3; for passport fees, see 138.101), Administration. Conduct of Office. Post and organization reports. Tort claims. Correspondence. Records, Retirement and other disposal of records. Consular districts. Consular agencies.

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CITIZENSHIP O F THE UNITED STATES, A l l correspondence relating to citizenship, registration and passport questions relating to a particular individual is recorded as 130 (name). For lists of passports issued or renewed by Foreign Service posts abroad, see 138.1***. General questions of dual nationality are recorded under 130.5**. Questions of citizenship arising in claims, protection of interests and other classes of correspondence will be noted to 130 (name). Information copies of telegrams, despatches, etc., concerning the laws and regulations of foreign countries affecting the citizenship of American citizens, will be recorded under 138.9**. 130,02

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Individual requests for miscellaneous information on citizenship matters, (Arranged alphabetically by name of writer).

.21 ,24

Certificate of nationality. (Native citizen). Citizenship by adoption of minor children. (Individual cases are recorded as 130 (name).

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Dual nationality, (** country). Under Nationality Law of 1940, General questions. Revision.

131 .1 .9 132 .1 .2 .211 .212 .9 133 .1 .101 134

CHILDREN BORN TO A M E R I C A N PARENTS RESIDING ABROAD. Illegitimate children born abroad. (General). Under the Nationality Law of 1940. NATURALIZATION. Who may be naturalized. Manner of naturalization. Certificate. Renunciation of former allegiance. Under Nationality Law of 1940. MARRL^GE OF A M E R I C A N CITIZENS ABROAD. (Marriage reports are recorded as 133 (name of Husband, if American), 133 (name of wife, if husband is alien). Foreign Service Officer's certificate. General correspondence. Plee. CITIZENSHIP OF INSULAR POSSESSIONS. (General) (Individual cases are recorded as 130 (name),) Rei oris of passports issued or renewed.

.1 ,2 ,3 .4 .5

Hawaii. Puerto Rico. Guam. American Samoa. Canal Zone. - 11

134

CITIZENSHIP OF INSULAR POSSESSIONS - (Continued) .6 ,9

136

Virgin Islands. Under Nationality Act of 1940, EXPATRIATION. FRAUDULENT NATURAL: .TION. (Individual cases are recorded as 130 (name).)

.1 ,2 .9 137 .01 ,02 .1 .9 138

Repatriation. Renunciation. Under Nationality Act of 1940. REGISTRATION AT FOREIGN SERVICE OFFICES. (Individual cases are recorded as 130 (name).) Fee. Form of application. Certificate of registration. Under Nationality Act of 1940. PASSPORTS. (Individual cases are recorded as 130 (name).)

.01 .02 .03 .04 ,05 .1 ,1'***

Diplomatic or Special. Statistics. Form. Application. Permission to examine records. Requests for copies or information, By whom issued. L i s t s of passports issued or renewed by Foreign Service Post ***,

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Fee,

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.102 .103

Before whom executed. Oath of allegiance.

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Requests or receipts for passports. From Foreign Service Post ***.

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Inquiries from Clerks of Courts. (Recorded as 138.3 (name of city and State or County and State in which court is located).)

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Renewal.

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Refusal. (Individual cases are recorded as 130 (name).)

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138.6 :'t-.'i-.61 .62 .69 .7 .8

Documents issued in lieu of passports for groups of American Citizens. Certificate of identity. American Legion. Boy Scouts. Other organizations (alphabetically by name). Lost or stolen. (Individual cases are recorded as 130 (name).) Unauthorized papers in the nature of passports. Unauthorized endorsements of passports. - 12 -

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138.81 .81*** .9*'*

139

Information copies of telegrams and despatches concerning the laws and regulations of country ** affecting the entry and departure of American citizens. LAWS AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING T R A V E L DURING A NATIONAL E M E R G E N C Y OR WHEN STATE O F WAR EXISTS.

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Forged or fraudulent passports. (Individual cases are recorded as 130 (name).) Fraudulent activities within consular jurisdiction of foreign Service Post ***.

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140 .1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7

Entry into or departure from the United States. Documentation of civilians employed on strategic projects and their dependents. Documentation of military personnel and their dependents. Documentation of American seamen. Documentation of missionaries and their dependents. Entry into or departure from war or liberated areas. Naturalization of military personnel stationed abroad. Services performed by Foreign Service PASSPORT AGENCIES. New York. Boston. New Orleans. Miami. Chicago. San Francisco. Seattle.

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Individual cases are recorded as 130 (name)

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150

150.001 .002 .01 .011 .012 .02 .02** .03 .04

ENTRY OF ALIENS INTO, RESIDENCE OF ALIENS IN, THE UNITED STATES. Immigration Laws and Regulations of the United States. General. (Note: For individual cases see 150-name of alien. For routine miscellaneous requests for information on visa matters in which writer fails to supply alien's name, see 150.002-name of writer. For general immigration of aliens to the United States from a particular country, see 165.) Study of conditions. Routine miscellaneous requests for information on visa matters in which writer fails to supply alien's name. Aircraft. Crew members. Passengers. Availability of documents required by Sec. 7(c). Availability of documents in country •*. Barred Zones, Bonds.

.05

Complaints against administration of immigration laws and regulations.

,06 .061

Divorce. Legality of, Mexican divorces.

.07

E r r o r s at Foreign Service Posts in preparation of visa forms and issuance of visas.

150.1 .lA .IB ,1C .ID ,1D1 .1D2 .IE .IF .IFl .IG .IH

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Exclusion, Assisted aliens, ; Children under 16 (Unaccompanied). ' Contract labor, (For correspondence re desire of a specific f i r m to import aliens for employment see 150. IC - Name of firm). Defective aliens (mentally or physically). Medical examinations. Medical examiners. Deported aliens; - deportation. Literacy - illiteracy. Examinations. Moral turpitude. Ninth proviso (Imm. Act 2/5/17 as anlended). Politically objectionable persons. Lookout notices. Refusals. Security screening or checking procfidures. Polygamlsts. Polygamy. Prostitutes, immoral purposes.

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Public charge. Affidavits of support - sponsorship. Corporate affidavits. Seventh proviso (Imm. Act 2/5/17 as amended). Sto-waways.

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Executive orders.

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Fees. Reciprocal arrangements for waiver of fees. (•* foreign country).

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Fines against transportation lines, (For fines against a particular vessel, see 150.4-Name of vessel).

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Head tax.

.6 .61 .62

Legislation. B i l l s . (For B i l l re individual alien see 150-name of alien. For other B i l l s , see 150.61-followed by number of congress, H.R., H.J.R., S, or S.J.R. and B i l l or Resolution number). Public laws.

.7 .71 .72 .73

Marriages; legality in the U.S. of, Common law marriages. Incestuous marriages. Proxy or "Picture" marriages .

.8 .81 .811 .812**

Nonimmigrants. Government officials - 3(1). Official students. Monthly reports issuance visas. (** Embassy or Consulate).

.813 .82 .821 ,822 .823 .824 .825 .826 .827 ,828 .83 ,84

Issuance immigration visas to Temporary visitors. 3(2). Atomic energy scientists and technicians. Employment, acceptance of ; Internes and resident physicians; fellowships. Journalists. Limited entry certificates. Medical treatment. Nonresident border crossing cards, Trainees. Aliens in transit - 3(3). Alien seamen - 3(5) (For crew lists see 158,1 - name of vessel),

,85 ,85**

Treaty aliens - 3(6), Application of treaties of commerce and navigation between U.S. and country **, International organization aliens.- 3(7). Monthly reports issuance visas. (** Embassy or Consulate). Issuance immigration visas to -

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Returning resident aliens - 4(b). Reentry permits. Resident alien border crossing cards. Relatives of American citizens; wives, husbands, unmarried children under 21 - 4(a). Illegitimate children of U.S. citizens. Western Hemisphere natives - 4(c). Ministers of religion - 4(d). (For correspondence re bona fides of certain congregations desiring to import rabbis, priests or ministers, see 150.94-name of congregation). Professors - 4(d). (For correspondence re background of a particular school to which a professor is proceeding, see 150.95-name of school.) Students. Approval of schools for attendance of alien students. (For correspondence re approval of a particular school, see 150,961-name of school). Women expatriates - 4(f). Ports of Entry (United States). Immigration stations. Inspection of aliens by Immigration officers.

152

Presidential Proclamations, Directives,

153

Quota. Nationality; determination of Section 19(c) cases - reduction of quota for T e r r i t o r i a l or boundary changes in foreign countries affecting citizenship. Waiting lists at Consular Offices. Registered demand against the quota-allocation of quota numbers. (*** consulate) Preference status. Skilled agriculturists. Parents, husbands of American citizens, Wives, unmarried children under 21 of alien permanent residents of the United States. Verification of previous la-wful admission. Nonpreference category. Priorities. Discussions re quota of country **.

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Registration and Fingerprinting (Act of 6/28/40).

155 ,1

Registration at Foreign Service Posts for immigration visas by aliens residing in the United States, Preexaminaiiion.

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Statistics. Forms 258

156 157

Travel documents - affidavits in lieu of passports. (See also 7**.081).

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Crew list visas. (For crew list visas of specific vessels, see 158.1-name of vessel).

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Visa petitions.

160

Entry of Aliens into the United States. (Continued). Special classes of immigrant Aliens born in Puerto Rico, -.-.lam, American Samoa. Spanish nationals returning to Puerto Rico. Immigrants born in the Virgin Islands. Expatriated American citizens.

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Special conditions governing admission to, residence in, the United States of certain classes of aliens. Adopted children. Communists. Displaced persons. Aliens of German ethnic origin. Domestic servants. Fascists. German scientists and technicians. Internees. Military service evasion. Conscientious objectors. Neutral aliens. Narcotics suspects. Nazi organization members. Pacifists. Prisoners of War. Refugees. Refugee children. Political refugees. Religious groups. Nuns.

.1 .2 .3 .4

Illegal immigration activities. (For questionable practices of certain specific attorneys or organizations, see 162-name of individual or organization concerned). Bribes. Fraudulent marriages. Fraudulent documents. Smuggling.

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162

Laws and regulations governing the admission of aliens into the United States in time of war.

163 .01

;^-/: 164

Departure control, Entry of aliens to, residence of aliens in, the territorial and island possessions of the United States.

,1 .2 ,3

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Panama Canal Zone. Guam. Puerto Rico.

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164.4 -5 -6 .7 165 .••

American Samoa. Hawaii. Virgin Islands. Alaska. Gteneral immigration of aliens to the United States. (** country) (Thus, general immigration trends, etc., from Mexico to the United States: 165.12).

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CLASS 2 PROTECTION O F INTERESTS (Classify under individual cases where possible) 2**.##

.##1 .ff#ll

.##12 .##13 .##14 .##15 .##2 .##21 .##22 .##23

Protection in country ** of interests of nationals of country ##. ^ beneral). Protection of the person against official acts. Arrest and imprisonment. Abduction and kidnaping. Denial of Justice. Exclusion. Expulsion. Deportation. Asylum. Right of asylum. Assault. Homicide. Compulsory military service. Relief. Extradition from country ** to country ##. (For extradition treaties, see 6**.##91.) Protection of the person against unofficial acts. Abduction and kidnaping. Welfare and whereabouts. Financial assistance. Accidental injury. Assault. Homicide. Repatriation. Blackmail. Slander, Libel.

.##3

Death in country ** of nationals of country ##. Removal of remains. Estates. Settlement of estates. Guardianship of minor children.

.##4

Protection of property against official acts. (** country in which property is located; ## nationality of owner of property). Sequestration. Expropriation. Forced loans. Claims against the government of country **. Robbery by officials.

.##41 .##42 .##5 .##51

.##52

.##6

Protection of property against unofficial acts. Recovery of lost or stolen property. Recovery of debt. | Recovery of money deposited in banks, etc. Other litigation or controversy between private parties. Fraudulent schemes or enterprises. Swindling schemes. Spanish swindle. Extraterritorial jurisdiction in country country ##.

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of government of

CLASS 3 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES, CONGRESSES, MEETINGS AND ORGANIZATIONS. THE UNITED NATIONS. THE ORGANIZATION OR AMERICAN STATES. MULTILATERAL TREATIES. 300

INTERNATIONAL (MULTILATERAL) CONFERENCES, CONGRESSE.^" (GENERAL). .1**

305

Participation by country *• in multilateral conferences. (General). The Hague Conventions.

305.1

Permanent Court of Arbitration at The Hague.

305.2

Peace Palace.

310

UNITED NATIONS. -1

Charter. Amendments. (For operations under and interpretations of the various Articles of the Charter, see the following classifications for appropriate subjects which are covered in the Articles.)

.2

Membership of States. Admission of new Member States.

.3**

Permanent Delegation of country *• to United Nations Headquarters. Diplomatic Representatives and their staffs. (For Delegations, etc., to the various Organs of the UN, such as the General Assembly, Security Council, etc., see appropriate subject classification for the Organ.) Communications (despatches) (instructions) (telegrams) between the Department of State and the United States Mission to the United Nations. Periodic summary telegrams from the United States Mission regarding the United Nations generally.

315

ADMINISTRATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS. SECRETARIAT. .1 .2 .3

.31 315.4 .41

Seat of the Organization. Headquarters. Buildings, Premises. Budget. Contributions. Accounts. Personnel, (For personnel of Permanent Delegations of various countries, delegations to various Organs, and staffs of various Organs, see the respective subject classification, such as 310,3** or 320, etc.). United Nations fellowships for prospective employees. Privileges and immunities of member states and their staffs accredited to the United Nations. Accreditation by the UN of foreign personnel and press correspondents, etc.,assigned to the UN and its Organs, and delegations thereof. 20 -

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.92 .93 . -,

319 320

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SECURITY COUNCIL. .1 .11 .12

340

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Commissions and Committees. Atomic Energy Commission. Commission for Conventional Armaments. SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC COUNCIL.

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Main Committees (Committees I to VI, inclusive). Other Committees and Commis.sions. — A c f ;, ,-: v. (•'i-vJ'-v Interim Committee. ^ L i t t l e Assembly"). ^ ^ .j^. ^ ^ j-j ^ International Law Commission. (For Committees and Commissions of the General Assembly and the Security Council which are established for the pacific settlement of disputes, see 357).

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League of Nations. Liquidation of its activities. GENERAL ASSE.MBLY.

.1 .2 .21 .22

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Property. Equipment, Supplies, Communications facilities. Postal service. Telegraph and radio service. Cable service. Records. Correspondence. Registration of treaties. Seal. Flag. Department of Public Information. Press and publications activitie.s. Publications of the United Nations. Requests of the UN for publications. Radio activities. Filn-is and visual inforn-iation activities.

340.1 AA ,1 AA.A .1 AB .1 AC .1 AD .1 AE .1 AF .1 AF.A .1 AG .1 AG,A .1 AG.B .1 AH ,1 AJ .1 AK

Non-regional Commissions and Committees. (Special cases will be formed for the various Commissions and Committees by adding tii-o-letter symbols from AA to ZZ inclusive, omitting use of the letters I, L and O. Cases for Sub-commissions etc., will be formed by adding a period and another letter, starting with the letter A). Economic and Employment Commission, Sub-commission on Economic Development, Transport and Communications Commission. Statistical Commission. Fiscal Commission, Population Commission, Social Commission. | International Children's Emergency Fund. Human Rights Commission. Sub-commission on Free-Y -n of Information and of the Press. Sub-commission on Womt : . Narcotics Drugs Commission. Non-Governmental Organizations Commission. Genocide Commission.

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340.2** .210 .240 -290

Regional Commissions and Committees. Economic Commission for Latin America. Economic Commission for Europe. Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East.

350

TRUSTEESHIP COUNCIL. (Correspondence regarding trusteeship territories, colonies, mandated terries, etc., will be classified on the appropriate subject numb* . > in Class 7, with crossreferences when necessary).

353

INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE. (If disputes referred to the International Court are classified on other subject numbers, they will be cross-referenced to 353).

357

P A C i n C S E T T L E M E N T OF DISPUTES. (Special cases will be made for the various Commissions and Committees of the General Assembly and the Security Council which are created to settle various disputes. They will be formed by adding two-letter symbols from AA to ZZ, inclusive, omitting use of letters I, L and O.) The following letters are assigned to existing Commissions and Committees,

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357,AA .AB .AC .AD .AE .AF .AG ,AH 360

Good Offices Committee for Indonesia, UN Commission on India and Pakistan, UN Conciliation Commission on Palestine, r \ " ll i UN Commission on Korea,/tl\>C>''vvvvvvv^- {x^'^ t./vvj^i-oc.^X^... t kti-^.i'L.lJeJZ., UN Special Committee on the Balkans, ^ ' o^Ki^'-U-t UN Commission for Spain, UN Advisory Council for Libya. UN Commission for Eritrea MAJOR REGIONAL OFFICES, PRINCIPALLY POLITICAL IN SCOPE, AFFILDVTED WITH THE UNITED NATIONS.

361

THE ORGANIZATION O F AMERICAN STATES,

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The Pan American Union,

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362

The Inter-American Conference,

363

The Meeting of Consultation of Ministers of Foreign A f f a i r s , ,1

Inter-American Peace Committee,

,2

Advisory Defense Commiittee,

364

The Council of the Organization of American States. -1

Committee on the Leo S. Rowe Fund,

-2

General Committee,

.3

Committee on Finances. - 22 -

364,S .9A .9B .9C .9D

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365

: .

.1

Special Commission on Coffee.

.2

The Cacao Committee.

.3

Ad Hoc Commissions and Committees.

.3A

Special Preparatory Commission for Inter-American Economic Conference at Buenos A i r e s . Special Committee on Reservations to the Economic Agreement at Bogota. Other Commissions and Committees. Executive Commission, Commercial Cooperation Comrqission. Financial Cooperation Commission. Social Cooperation Commission, Technical Cooperation Commission.

.3B

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367 .1

Inter-American Cultural Council. Committee for Cultural Action.

368

Specialized Conferences.

369

Specialized Organizations. .American International Institute for the Protection of Childhood. Inter-American Institute of Agricultural Sciences. Pan American Institute of Geography and History. Subjective Classifications for other multilateral conferences, international organizations, etc., are made up by using the subject entries in classes 0, 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 9 as a basis. F o r example, a multilateral conference on the practice of medicine and surgery would be classified under 398.558. (See 8**.558 - Practice of medicine and surgery.)

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(followed by appropriate figures from Class 0) Conferences, etc. on Miscellaneous subjects.

*392. ~

(followed by appropriate figures from Class 2) Conferences, etc. on Protection of Interests, (Persons and Property),



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Inter-American Council of Jurists. Inter-American Juridical Committee.

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Inter-American Economic and Social Council.

.4

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Special Committees, Committee on the Statutes of the Council and its Organs. Committee on Privileges and Immunities. Committee on Conferences. Committee on Inter-American Organizations.

394.

*396.

(followed by appropriate figures from Class 4) Conferences, etc. on International Trade, etc. (followed by appropriate figures from Class 6) Conferences, etc. on International Political relations. - -23 -

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397.

(followed by appropriate figures from Class 7) Conferences, etc. on Political and National Defense Affairs.

398. ~

(followed by appropriate figures from Class 8) Conferences, etc. on Economic, Industrial and Social Affairs.

399. ~

(followed by appropriate figures from Class 9) Conferences, etc. on Communications, Transportation, Sci

J, etc.

*390, 392, 395, and 396 are not to be used for subjects which are classifiable under 397, 398 and 399. Examples: Conference Conference Conference Conference Conference Conference Conference Conference

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Tourism International Trade . . . Prisoners of War . . . . Human Rights Labor Unions Wheat Radio Aviation

390.32 394. 396.24 397.07 398.062 398.2311 399.40 399.52

(Note: For other agency distribution of documents falling in the 390 series, consult appropriate subject entry in the Manual on which the conference file number is based. Thus, for 398.2311 see 8**.2311 distribution pattern).

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INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND C O M M E R C E , TRADE RELATIONS, TREATIES, AGREEMENTS, CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION,

f 'Z ^

(Note: This Class is arranged so that the flow of trade is invariably toward the country f i r s t indicated ** from the second ##.) 4**.00

Import trade of country **. Statistics. (P. 1 N . 1, 2, 3, 4).

400.**

Export trade of country, **. Statistics. (For combined statistics of export and import trade, classify under 4**,00), (P. 1 N . 1, 2, 3, 4).

4**.##

Trade between ** country and ## country. (General) ** Importing country

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General conditions affecting trade. (P. 31). As import trade. Government attitude of importing country •*, (For Activities of Foreign Government purchasing missions in the U . S,, classify under series 4**.1111. For administrafive measures see 4**.##2 to 4**.##6). (P. 31). Attitude-of the trade in importing country. Hindrances. Boycotts. Commercial conditions. (P, 31),

,##11

\.##12 ( ^ " ••

.##15 I .##16

Attitude of the trade in exporting country. Commercial conditions. (P. 31).

.##17

Commercial methods of exporting country ##. Commercial arbitration. Introduction into country ** of goods of country ## in competition -with American goods. (P, 31), Commercial associations in interest of trade, (400,##171 Chambers of Commerce, etc. in home country.) (4**.##171 Chambers of Commerce, etc. in country ** for development of export trade therewith of country ##). (P. 31). Study of needs of market in country ** by country ##. (P, 31),

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I

As export trade. Government attitude of exporting country ##, Letters of credit. (For assistance to U.S. Commercial interests, see 102.795). (For administrative measures see 4**.##7 to 4**.##9). (P. 31).

,##171 c; ,##172 4**,##173 ,##174

Standard of goods. Adherence to sample. Adulteration. Surveys. (P. 31), Methods of introducing goods. Floating commercial exhibitions. Advertising, Catalogs, Samples. Demonstratioi (P. 31). - 25 -

4**.##175 .##176 .'3i.

,##177

Packing of goods. Tare aIlowsi,nce. (P. 31). Billing of goods, (as f.o.b.; c.iJ.). Terms. Bills of lading. Commercial credits between firms. (P. 31). Shipment of goods. Addressing. (P. 31). (For trade complaints, s^ 102,7954 and 102.7955). Laws and Regulations of importing country •* and their bearing on trade interests of exporting country ##. (When of general application, i.e., not affecting a particular exporting country, .substitute 00 for ##). (P. 2).

4**.##2 .##21 ,##211 ,##212 ,##213 ,##214 ,##22

Ports of entry. ** Country of port. (P. 4).

,##23

Entry of merchandise. Free ports. Free zones, (For control of traffic in arms and ammunition, see 4**.##8) (P. 2). Free entry granted by country ** to officials, etc. of country ##. (P, 2). Entry of merchandise on free list. (P. 2). Illegal entry of merchandise into country ** without fraudulent intent. (P. 2). Smuggling of merchandise into country **. (Includes gold and bullion). (P. 2). Fines and penalties. Seizures. (P. 2). Refund of duties. (P. 2). Regulations governing commercial travelers. Entry of samples. (P. 2).

.##231 .##232 .##233 .##234 .##235 .##236 .##237 4**,##24 .##241 .##242

ll

Customs laws and regulations. Customs administration. Customs unions. Complaints and commendations, (P. 2). Documentation of merchandise under customs laws. (For documentation of merchandise under United States customs laws, see 102.151), (P, 2), Requirement of invoices, (P, 2), Preparation of invoices. Description of goods. Market -value. Appraisement, (P, 2), Certification of invoices. Fees. (P. 2). Landing certificates, (See also 102.155) (P. 2).

Merchandise in bond. (P. 2). Transportation. Trucking in bond. (For landing certificates, see 102.155). (P.2 N, 1, 2, 3, 4), Storage. Storage charges. (P. 2 N. 1, 2, 3, 4).

.##3 .##31

Import tariff. Import duty. (P. 1 N. 1, 2, 3, 4), Trade relations. Trade agreements, treaties, conventions. Commercial relations. (Use smaUer coimtry number for **). (For Commerce and Na-vigation Treaties, see 6**.##4). (P. 1 N. 1, 2, 3, 4).

.##4

Food and drug regulations. (For internal control and regulations over food and drugs, see 8**.557), (P. 5), - 26 -

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4** .##5

.##51 .##52 ,##53 .##54 .##55 .##56 .##57 .##58 .##59

Regulation of importation of meat and live animals into country * ^ f r o m country ##. Pre-valence in ## country of diseases of animals. (For animal diseases where no exportation is involved see 8**.241). (P, 6). Anthrax. (P. 6). Glanders, (farcy). (P. 6), Cattle plague, (rinderpest). (P. 6). Tuberculosis. (P. 6). Hog cholera. (P. 6). Foot and mouth disease. (P. 6). Texas fever. (P. 6). Animal parasites. (P. 6). Other diseases. (P. 6). (411 #5 Quarantine measures of the U.S. against country ##, with note of any similar measures of a third country.) (P. 6). (400.115 Quarantine measures of other countries against the U.S. Divide according to disease.) (P. 6). (See also 8**.557 for internal control and regulation over food and drugs,) (For free entry of animals for breeding purposes, see 102.1523). (P. 6).

4**.##6

Other administrative measures affecting import trade. (P. 2 N . 1). Embargo. Imposition of taxes and other charges on imports. Ad valorem tax. Subsidies. Import licenses. Dumping. Prison-made goods. Regulations governing importation of plants, etc. from affected areas in country ##. (For pests affecting plants and plant life, see 8**.22). (P. 2 N . 1). Laws and Regulations of Exporting country ## and their bearing on trade interests of importing country **. (When general application , i.e., not affecting a particular country, substitute 00 for **).

4**.##7 .##8 .##81 .##82 .##83

Export tariff. Tax. Duty, Export bounties, subsidies, (P. 2, N . 1, 2, 3, 4). Arms traffic. Control over exportation of arms and ammunition. Munitions of war. Helium. Atomic materials. (P. 31), Registration of arms manufacturers and exporters. (U.S. registration: 400.1181 (Name of firm). (P. 31). Licensed shipments of arms to country ** from ##. (U.S. licenses: 4**.1182 (Name of firm). (P. 31).' Unlawful or illegal shipments. (U.S.: 4**.1183 (Name of firm). (P. 31).

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4**,##84

Export or attempted export of material involving betrayal of military secrets. (P. 31). (U.S. exports: 4**,1184 (Name of firm).

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,##9

Other administrative measures affecting export trade. Embargo, Includes determination of ultimate distination of exported goods. End use checks. (For internal embargoes, - railroad freight, air freight, etc., see 9**.511 and 9**.521). Export licenses. (P. 2).

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CLASS 5 INTERNATIONAL INFORMATIONAL AND EDUCATIONAL RELATIONS. C U L T U R A L AFFAIRS A? PROGRAMS 500

GENERAL.

5**.##

.##1 .##2 .##21 .##3

i

501

Assistance to or sponsorship of libraries. Distribution and display of cultural, educational, artistic and scientific material. Production and distribution of periodicals, magazines, books, newspapers, etc, (Viz. "America").

.##5

Exchange of students, professors. Travel grants. (Smaller number is **). Radiobroadcasting. (Viz. "Voice of America"). Material furnished by Foreign Service posts for use by the "Voice of America". (## source of material). Motion pictures.

.##6

Mobile units. Activities only. Equipment see 124.02.

.##4 .##41

X'-y-

Cultural and informational activities of country ** in country ##. (General). (For espionage or subversive activities, see 7**.52##).

Radio bulletin. Wireless bulletin. (Department of State).

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INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL RELATIONS. OTHER INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. B I L A T E R A L TREATIES.

fz.

600

Other International Relations. General.

'5:

601

Diplomatic representation. Diplomatic privileges, immunities, etc. (For free entry of equipment, supplies, etc, see 4**.##231).

s$r 'A JfZ. i;ZZ ^

.01 .02 ,03 .04 .041 .05 .06

Right of residence, transit. Protection of person, dwelling, etc. Freedom of communication and inviolability of correspondence, Exemption f r o m taxation and judicial process. Exemption f r o m registration as aliens, Obser-vance of police regulations. Abstention from politics in country to which accredited.

.** **## .00##

Diplomatic service of country **. Diplomatic representation of country ** in country ##. Diplomatic corps in country ##.

602 A.

Consular representation. Consular privileges, immunities, etc. .01 .02 .03

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.04 .041 .05 .06 .** .**1 .**## .00##

Right of residence, transit. Protection of person, dwelling, etc. Freedom pf communication and inviolability of correspondence. Free exercise of functions. Exemption f r o m taxation and judicial process. Exemption f r o m registration as aliens. Observance of police regulations. Abstention from politics in country to which accredited. Consular service of country **. Foreign consular fees, Consular representation of country ** in country ##. Consular body residing in country ##.

p A

603.**##

Representation of interests of United States by diplomatic and consular officers of country ** in country ##.

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604.**##

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Representation of interests of country ** by American diplomatic and consular officers in country ##. Consular fees.

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Representation in the United States of interests of country •* by diplomatic and consular officers of country ##.

606.**##

Representation in foreign countries of interests of country ** by diplomatic and consular officers of country ##.

607.**##

Relations of diplomatic and consular officers of country ** with diplomatic and consular officers of country ##,

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,##ll ,##2 .##21 .##22 .##221 ,##23 ,##231 ,##232 .##233 .##24 .##241 .#iS25 .##251 .##26 .##27 .##28 .##29

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.##3 .##31 .##311

i

.##32 .##321 .##322 .##323 .##4 .##41 .##5 .##6 .##61 .##7 .##8 .##9 .##91 .##92 .##93 .##94 .##95 .##96

PolitieaUrelationsibetween country ** and country ##. International law. Peace. Friendship. Alliance. Non-aggression. Arbitration. Conciliation. Limitation of arms (including atomic weapons, poison gas, bacteriological warfare, etc.) Transfer of territory; disputed sovereignty over non-contiguous territory. War, Hostilities. Neutrality. Declarations of neutrality. Netural commerce. Blockade. Proclaimed lists. Blacklists; trading with the enemy by neutrals. Enemy property. (U.S. property in enemy countries, see Class 2). Funds. Credits. Stocks. Bonds. "Freezing regulations". Blocked funds. Safehaven. Real property. Real estate. Patents. Trademarks. Copyrights. Prisoners of war. (Enemy prisoners). U.S. military and na-val personnel taken prisoner by the enemy. C i v i l prisoners. Enemy aliens. U.S. civilians interned by the enemy. Illegal and inhuman warfare. War crimes. Hospital ships. Military and na-val observers. Armistice. Mediation. Termination of war. Boundary questions. Land boundary. Markers. Fences. Boundary commission. Composition, membership, expenses, supplies. Water boundary. Navigation on international boundary waters. Obstructions, bridges, dams, power lines', gas mains, cables. Diversion of international -waters. Water pollution. Improvement of international waterways. Treaties of Commerce and Navigation. (P. 31) Consular functions. Naturalization and Immigration. (P. 58). Fisheries. (P. 40). Fisheries Commission. Composition. Membership. Expenses. Supplies. Fur Seals. (P. 39). Whaling. (P. 25). Other relations; other bilateral treaties. Extradition treaties. (P. 58). (P. 19). Double taxation. (Income and other taxatio Postal treaties and conventions. (P. 63). A i r Navigation Treaties. (P 61). Literary, artistic and industrial property. (P. 31 N . 7). Military Service Treaties.

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.001 .002 .003 .01 .01## .011##

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.02 .021 .022 .0221 .03 ,04 .041##

m V.

,05 .06 .07 .08 .081

Political affairs and conditions. Elections. Political parties and groups. Political refugees. Amnesty. Revolutions, riots, disturbances. Civil war. Communism, Bolshevism, Fascism. Nazism. Socialism.

(For espionage, and subversive (ACTIVITIES, see_ 7**.52##). (

Agents. (Other than Diplomatic or Consular) In country ##. Immunities, privileges, exemption from taxation, etc., in country ##). Government. Recognition. Mandates. Trusteeships. Territory. (Including territorial waters) Geographical names. Maps. Aerial photography. Territory occupied by foreign military forces. Constitution. Flag. Misuse of flag, insults and indignities to flag of country ** by nationals of country ##. Seal. Coat of arms. National anthem. Political rights. Suffrage. Freedom of speech. Human rights. Citizenship. (For U.S. citizenship, see 130). Passports. Certificates of identity. (For U.S. passports, see 130). j

.12 .13 .14

Executive branch of government. (For U.S. see Class 1). Chief Executive. President, King. Regentj Governor-General (Including family). Vice president. Cabinet. Ministry. (Including Foreign Office). C i v i l service. Salaries. Retirement.

,2 .21

Legislative branch of government. Proceedings, Debates.

.3 .31 .311 .32 .33 .331 .332 .333 ,34 .341 .342

Judical branch of government. ! National courts. Personnel. Rules. Attorneys. Practice of law. Proceedings. Judgments. Decrees. Jurisdiction. Process issued for service abroad. Rights of aliens to sue in national courts. Absconding defendants and witnesses. Laws. Statutes, Ordinances, Decrees. Codes. Criminal, C i v i l (For marriage and divorce see 8**.4141).

.1 .11

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7**.343 .344 .345 .346

Commercial. Probate. Brankruptcy Admiralty jurisdiction.

.35 .35##

Procurement of evidence. Procurement of evidence from country ## for use in country • *

.36 .36##

Effect of judgments and decrees. Effect of judgments and decrees of courts of country ## in country **.

.37 ,371 ,372

Other judical matters. Authority to administer oaths. Requirement of country regarding authentication of documents for use therein. Mixed (International) Courts, National Defense Affairs. Military, Naval and A i r . General. (For multilateral conferences, treaties etc, for the reduction or limitation of armaments, see 397.5).

m

m

.51

Fortifications. Defenses.

.52 .521 .52##

Intelligence activities. Subversive activities. Biographical data. Intelligence activities, espionage, of country ** in country ##. (For Communist activities, see 7**.001). Military and naval courts. Law. Army, Na-vy and A i r Force Maneuvers. Target practice. Troop - movements; movements of naval vessels and military and naval aircraft within territorial jurisdiction of country**. Army, Navy and A i r Force Organization. Personnel. (Effectives). Commissioned and enlisted. Conscription. Draft. Pay. Subsistence. Retirement. Discharge. Desertion. Marine Corps. Army, Navy and A i r Force Schools and Academies. Admission of nationals of country ## for visit or study. (Includes admission for obser-vation to war industries, airplane plants, etc.) Army, Navy and A i r Force auxiliary services. (WACS, WAVES, WRENS, etc.). Army, Navy and A i r Force Equipment and Supplies Armaments; ordiance; arsenals; armories; tanks; trench mortars; flame throwers; (For governmental control of arms traffic, see 4**.##8). Atomic bombs. Hydrogen Bomb. Guided missiles; supersonic weapons; rockets. Poison gases; bacterlologicals; chemicals. (For illegal or inhuman warfare, see 6**.##26).

.53 .54

Ml .55 .551 .5511 .5512 .552 .553 .553## .554

.56 .561 .5611 .5612 .5613

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7**.5614 .5615 .562 .5621

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.563 .563##

.564 .564##

.5641 .57 .58 .58##

.581 .59

.6 .61 .62 .63 .64 .65 .69

Small arms; bombs; grenades; rifles. Helium. Army, Navy and A i r Force ships, vessels and aircraft. (Including construction, etc.) Battleships; cruisers; destroyers; other naval vessels (all types). (Includes construction, purchase and sale, accidents etc. For International negotiations, treaties, etc., in limitation of armaments, see 6**.##12), Aircraft; bombers; fighters; gliders; jet-propelled aircraft, (All types of military or naval aircraft). (Includes construction, purchase, sale, accidents, etc.) Military, naval and air force bases and posts. Country in which located ##. (Includes a i r , land and sea bases. Landing fields, fueling stations of any type, navy yards, drydocks,etc.) Uniforms. Clothing. Insignia. Exchange of uniforms with country ##, (** smaller country number). Unauthorized wearing of uniforms of country **. Hospitals (Army, Navy and A i r Force). Rest Centers. Recreation centers. Commissaries; Post exchanges. Missions. (Army, Navy and A i r Force). Visits, etc., of military, naval or air force personnel and/or equipment of country ** to country ##. (For admission of foreigners to study in or visit military, naval and air force schools and academies, see 7**.553##.) Entrance of naval vessels into the Great Lakes. (** nationality of visiting naval forces). C i v i l Defenses. Civilian (non-military) defense organizations, measures. (Air-raid wardens; fire-wardens; blackout measures; a i r - r a i d shelters. Protection against atomic bomb attacks.) j Stockpiling. (Note: For Distribution pattern Rubber. (for 7**.6 - 7**.69, consult Petroleum. (name of commodity in index). Minerals. Drugs (all types of pharmaceuticals, etc.) Fibers. Other commodities not listed above.

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Housing, Rents, Building construction,(P. 11, N . l a and 4) (Includes commercial and industrial housing). City and country planning. Elimination of congested and slum areas, "Blighted" areas, (P, 11, N , l a and 4)

,03

Food, Food conditions. Refrigeration. Food shortage. Rationing. Black markets. Hoarding. (P. 9, N . 4)

.04

Fuel. Fuel conditions. Fuel shortage. (Includes coal, wood, peat, o i l , coke) (Black markets) (P. 10, N . 4)

.05 .051##

Capital. (P. 1, N . 4) Investment of, or field for investment of, capital of country ** in country ##. (P. 12, N . 4) Cooperative systems. Rural credits. (P. 13, N . 4) Corporation^, " B i g " business. (Forniulation, regulation, bond issues, stock certificates) (P. 14, N . 4) Combinations in restraint of trade. Monopolies. Cartels. Trusts. Contracts. (Classify subjectively when possible with X R to 8** .054) (P. 15, N . 4) Domestic trade conditions. Retail trade.

.052 .053 .054

.055

I

Economic matters, conditions. (General) (P. 13, N . 2, 3, 4). Economic adviser. Statistics. (General) (P. 1, N . 1, 2, 3, 4). Conservation of natural resources, (classify subjectively when possible). Cost of living. Retail prices. Black markets, (General) (Classify subjectively when possible) (P, 8, N , 1, 2, 3, 4,)

.06 .061 .062 .063 .064 .065 .0651

Labor. Labor conditions. (General) (P. 16, N . 1, 2, 3, 4) Hours. Wages. (For pensions. See 8**.07). Organizations. Unions. Relations with employers. Strikes. Lockouts. Slowdowns. Female labor. Child labor. (P. 17, N . 1, 2, 3, 4) Compulsory labor. Slave labor. (P. 17, N . 1, 2, 3, 4) Hazardous employment. Prevention of accidents. Employer's liability. (For pensions, see 8**.07) (P. 18, N . 1, 2, 3, 4)

.07 .071 .072

Pensions. (For military pensions, see 7**.5511) Industrial. (P. 49) Old-age. (Social insurance) (P. 49).

.08 .081 .082 .083 .084 .085 .086

Insurance. (For "social" insurance, see 8**.072) (P.19) L i f e . (P. 19) F i r e . (P. 19) Accident. (Includes all types of accidents. (P. 19) Automobile. (P. 19) Health, (P. 22) Marine, (Includes war risk insurance) (P. 20) 35

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.11 ,111 ,112 ,113 .114

Taxation. (P. 1, N . 1, 2, 3, 4.) Land. Realty, (P. 26) Income, (For double taxation treaties, see 6**.##92) (P. 1) Personal property. (P. 19) Inheritance. (P. 19)

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.12

Lotteries. (P. 19)

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Monetary system. Coinage. Currency. Bullion. Mint. (P. 27, N , 4) Foreign exchange. Exchange rates, (P. 1, N . 1, 2, 3, 4) Currency of revolutionary governments. (P, 19, N , 4) Counterfeit. Counterfeiting. (** country whose currency is counterfeited) (P. 21)

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,131 .132 .133

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Banks. Banking. (For war-time measures, see 6**.##231) (P. 19, N . l b , 4, 5) Branch banks of country ** in country ##. Interest. Discount. (P. 19, N . 4) Exchanges. (Commodity exchanges; for currency exchange, see 8**. 131) (P. 28, N . 4) stock. (P. 29, N . 4) Cotton. (P. 28, N . 4) Wool. (P. 28, N . 4) Livestock. (P. 28, N . 4) Grain. (P. 28, N . 4) Produce. (P, 28, N . 4) I Coffee. (P. 28, N . 4) Sugar. (P. 28, N . 4) Other exchanges. (P. 28, N , 4) Lands. (P. 30, N . 4) Right of nationals of country ## to hold or acquire real property in country **. (P. 30, N . 4) Colonization in country **. (P. 30, N . 4) Intellectual and industrial property. (See also 6**.##233) (** indicate country in which protection i s sougljit) (P. 31, N . 4, 7) (For treaUes see 6**.##95). Patents. (P. 31, N . 4,7) Trade-marks. Trade names. (P. 31, N . 4, 7) Copyrights. (P. 31, N , 4, 7) Immigration. Emigration. (For immigration to the United States, see 150) (P. 32) Immigration f r o m country ** to country ##. (P. 32)

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.19 .191 .20 .20A .21 .211

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.23 .231 .2311 .2312 .2313 .2314 .2315 .2316 .2317 .2318 .2319 .232 .2321 .2322 .2323 .2324 .2325 .2326 .2327 .2328 .233 .2331 .2332 .2333 .2334 .2335 .2336 .234 .2341 .2342 .2343 .2344 .2345 ,2346

Residence, trade and travel of aliens in **. Foreign visas. Tourism. (P. 32)' Industrial matters. Nationalization. (Classify subjectively when possible). (For Monopolies, Concessions, Franchise Contracts, etc., see 8**.054) (P. 33, N . 1, 2, 3, 4, 12.) Expositions. Exhibitions. (See also 4**.##174 and 5**.##2) (P. 33, N . 1, 4.) Agriculture. (P. 33, N . 4) Agricultural adviser. (P. 37.,-N.-^4) Soil. Properties. Tillage. (P. 37, N . 4) Soil conservation. Drainage; reclamation; irrigation. Immigration dams. "Dry farming". Fertilization. (P. 37, N . 4) Pests affecting plant life. Diseases. Blights. Insects. Methods of combating. (For regulations governing importation of plants etc. see Class 4) (P. 6, N . 4) Field crops. Seeds. (P. 35, N . 4) Grains. (P. 35, N.4) Wheat. (P. 35, N . 4) Buckwheat. (P. 35, N , 4) Oats. (P. 35, N . 4) Rye. (P. 35, N . 4) Corn. i P . 35, N . 4) Barley. (P. 35, N . 4) Rice. (P. 35, N . 4) Hops. (P. 35, N . 4) Other field crops. (P. 35, N . 4) Fibers. (P. 35, N . 4) Cotton. (P. 35, N . 4) Hemp including abaca. (P. 35, N . 4) Flax. (P. 35, N . 4) Jute. (P. 35, N . 4) Ramie. (P. 35, N . 4) Sisal. (P. 35, N . 4) Abaca. (P. 35, N . 4) Kapok. (P. 35, N . 4) Alkaloldal plants, (P. 35, N . 4) Tabacco. (P. 35, N . 4) Tea. (P. 35, N.4) Coffee. (P. 35, N . 4) Coca (Cacao). (P. 35, N . 4) Vanilla. (P. 35, N . 4) Medicinal herbs. Ipecac. (P. 35, N . 4) Forage crops. (P. 35, N . 4) Grasses. (P. 35, N . 4) Alfalfa. (P. 35, N . 4) Clovers. (P, 35, N . 4) Cowpeas. (P, 35, N . 4) Soya beans. (P. 35, N . 4) Vetches. (P. 35, N.4)

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8** .235 .2351 .2352 .2353 .2354 .2355 fZ'-

Sugar-yielding plants. (P. 35, N . 4) (For processing or manuCane. (P. 35, N . 4) Sorghum. (P. 35, N . 4) . facturing of Food, etc. Sugar beet. (P. 35, N . 4) see 8**.31) Maple. (P. 35, N . 4) Palm. (P. 35, N . 4)

.236

Garden Crops. (Vegetables, such as Lettuce, Tomatoes Potatoes, Pepper, Nutmeg, Spices, Pulses, Dandelion etc.) (P. 35, N . 4)

237 .2371 .23711 .23712 .23713 .23714 .23715 .2373 .2373 .2374 .2375 .2376 .2377 .2378

Fruits. (P. 35, N . 4) Citrus fruits, (P, 35, N , 4) Oranges, (P. 35, N. 4) Lemons, (P. 35, N . 4) (For processing or manuLimes (P. 35, N . 4) facturing of Food, etc. Citron, (P, 35, N , 4) see 8**,31) Grape fruit Shaddock, (P. 35, N . 4) Berries, Currants. (P, 35, N , 4) Grapes. Raisins. (P.' 35, N . 4) Figs. (P. 35, N . 4) Olives. (P. 35, N . 4) Bananas. Plantains. (P. 35, N . 4) Nuts. Coconuts (copra). Palm kernels. (P. 35, N . 4) Other fruits. Apples, Apricots, Cherries, Dates, Nectarines, Peaches, Pears, Persimmons, Pineapples, Plums, Quinces. (P. 35, N . 4)

.238

Flowers. Bulbs. (P. 6, N . 4)

.239

Trees. (For manufactures of wood products, see 8**.3 and 8**.391) (P. 6, N . 4) Forestry. F i r e s . Fire Prevention. Reforestration. (P. 6, N.8) Lumbering. Timber cutting. (P. 6, N . 4) s k r k s . Cork, Cinchona. (P, 6, N . 4, 9a) Saps. Resins. Gums. Turpentine. Naval stores. (P. 36, N . 4) Rubber. (For manufactures of rubber products, see 8**.324) (P. 38, N . 4)

.2391 .2392 .2393 .2394 .2395 .24 .241 .242 .2421 .24211 .24212 .24213 .24214 .2422 .24221 .24222 .24223

Animal husbandry. (P. 6) Practice of veterinary medicine. Outbreak or incidence of animal diseases where no question of exportation is involved. (P. 6) Domestic animals. (P. 6, N . 4) Beasts of burden. (P. 6, N . 4) { Horse. Pony. Mule. A s s . Burro. (P. 6, N . 4) Ox, (P, 6, N . 4) Camel. Llama. : Elephant. Stock raising. (P. 6, N . 4) Cattle. (P. 6, N . 4) Sheep. Goats. Wool, (P, 6, N . 4) Swine, (P. 6, N . 4)

38

8**.24224 .24225

Poultry. Eggs. (P. 6, N . 4) Ostrichs. Ostrich farming. (P. 6, N . 4)

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.2424 Bee culture. Honey. (P. 6, N . 4)

,2425 243 , ,2431 ,2432

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Silk culture. (P. 6, N . 4) Wild animals. Game laws. (P. 39, N . 4) Hunting and trapping industry, (P, 39, N , 4) Birds. (P. 39, N . 4)

.244

Fur seals. (For treaties, see 6**.##7) (P. 39, N . 4)

,245 .2451

Fisheries. (Including sponge fisheries), (For treaties, see 6**,##6) (P. 40) Other products of the sea. Pearls. Pearl Fishing. (P. 40)

.246

Whaling. (For treaties, see 6**.##8) (P. 25)

.25 .251 .252 .253 .2531 .2532 .2533 .2534 .2535 .2536

Mines. Mining. (P. 41, N . 4) Laws. Regulations. (P. 41, N . 4) Accidents. Prevention. (P. 41, N . 4) Precious metals and precious stones. (P. 42, N . 4) Gold. (P. 42, N . 4; Silver. (P. 42, N . 4) Platinum. (P. 42, N . 4) Radium. (P. 42, N . 4) Diamonds. (P. 42, N . 4) Other precious metals and stones. (P. 42, N . 4)

.254 .2541 .2542 .2543 .2544 .2545 .2546 .2547

Base metals. (P. 43, N . 4, 10a) Iron. (P. 43, N . 4, 10a) Copper. (P. 43, N . 4, 10a) Lead. (P. 43, N . 4, 10a) Tin. (P. 43, N . 4, 10a) Zink (P. 43, N . 4, 10a) Uranium. Quartz. Other atomic minerals. (P. 43, N . 4, 10a) Other base metals. (Chromium) (P. 43, N . 4, 10a)

.255 .2551 .2552 .2553 .2554 .2555

Carbon. Graphite. (For fuel conditions, see 8**.04) (P. 43, N . 4) Peat. Lignite. (P. 43, N . 4) Coal. (P. 43, N . 4) Petroleum. O i l . (P. 44, N . 4) Natural gas. (P. 44, N . 4) Helium. (P. 44, N . 4)

,256 ,2561 .2562 .2563 .2564

Other mining products, (P, 43) Salt. (P. 45, N . 4) Sulphur ( P . 45, N . 4) Potash (P. 45, N . 4) Sodium nitrate. Saltpeter. (P. 45, N . 4)

39

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8** .2565 .2566 .2567 .2568 .2569 .257 .26 .261 .2611 .2612 .2613 .2614 ,2615 .3 .31 .311 .312

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.313 .314 .315 .316 1317 .318 .319 .32 .321 .322 .323 .324 .325 .3251 .326 .327 .328 .33

Asphalt (P. 44, N . 4) Lime and cement. (P. 43, N . 4) Phosphates. (P. 45, N . 4) Asbestos. (P, 43, N , 4) Bauxite, (P, 43, N , 4) Quarries, Quarrying. (P. 43, N , 4) Engineering. Architecture, (For housing, see 8**.02) (P. 47, N . 1, 4) Public works^ Public construction. (For harbors, docks and ports,' see 9**,541) (P, 47, N , 1, 4) Buildings. Markets. Market places. (P. 47, N . 1, 4) Roads. Highways. Bridges. (For railroads, see 9**,512) (P, 56, N . 4) Parks. Playgrounds. (P. 57, N . 4) Public utilities. Electricity. Water. Gas. Power dams. (P. 46, N . 11) Sewerage. Disposal plants. (P. 53)

MANUFACTURERS, MANUFACTURING. FOODS. (P. 52, N . 4) Meat and slaughterhouse products. Meat packing. (P. 52, N . 4) Dairy, fish, fowl and game products. Ice cream, (For milk, cream and eggs, see8**,2423 and 8**,24224 respectively) (P. 52, N , 4) Grain products and preparations. Flour. Cereals. (P. 52, N . 4) Nut products and preparations. (P, 52, N-, 4) Vegetable and fruit products and preparations, (P, 52, N . 4) Beverages and beverage materials, alcoholic and non-alcoholic. Breweries, distilleries. (For liquor traffic, see 8**.531) (P. 52, N . 4) Spices. Condiments. Flavorings. Leavening products. Extracts. (P. 52, N . 4) Sugar and related products. Candy. (For honey see 8**.2424) (P. 52, N . 4) Animal, fish and vegetable oils and fats, edible. (P. 52, N . 4) Animal and vegetable products, inedible. (P. 52, N . 4, 9c) Hides. Skins. F\irs. Feathers. (For trapping industry, see 8**.2431) (For manufacture of wearing apparel, see 8**.351) (P. 52, N . 4, 9c) Leather and leather goods. (For shoes, see 8**.3511) (P. 52, N . 4, 9c) Tobacco manufactures. (P. 52, N . 4, 9c) Rubber manufactures (Including synthetic. (For wearing apparel, see 8**.351) (P. 52, N . 4, 9c) Animal, fish and vegetable oils, fats and greases, inedible. (For medicinal oils, see 8**.3971) (P. 52, N . 4, 9c) Tung oil. Palm oil. (P. 52, N . 4, 9c) Miscellaneous animal products, inedible. (P. 52, N . 4, 9c) Miscellaneous vegetable products, inedible. (P, 52, N , 4, 9c) Cork and cork products, (P. 52, N . 4, 9c) Iron and steel and related industries. Building and paving materials and equipment. (P. 51, N , 4)

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8**.331 .3311 .3312 .3313 .3314 .332-

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.333~^ .3331 .3332 .3333 .3334 .334 .335 .34

.341 .342 .343

.344 .345 .346 .3461

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.35 .351 .3511 .3512 .3513 .352 .353 .354 .355 ,356

Iron and steel. Steel m i l l products. (P. 51, N . 4) P . 51, N . 4) Hea-vy machinery. (For transportation and construction equipment, see 8**.333 and 8**.334) (P. 51, N . 4) Light machinery, including agricultural and dairy. (For house. Id and office applicances, see8**.343) (P. 50, N . 1,4) Foundry and machine shop products not otherwise classifiable. (P. 50, N . 1, 4) Scrap metal. (P. 50, N . 1, 4) Building and paving materials. (All types, metal, wood, glass, etc.) (P. 50, N . 4, 6) Transportation equipment, (all types). (P. 50, N . 4) Automobiles, Trucks. Buses. Motorcycles. (P. 50, N.4) Railroad. Locomotives. Cars. Signalling devices. (P, 50, N , 4) Aircraft. (For military aircraft construction see 7**.5622) (P. 50, N . 4) Shipbuilding. (All types, sizes, except na-val). (For construction of naval vessels, see 7**.5621) (P. 48, N . 4) Construction equipment. (All types) (P, 50, N , 4) Communications equipment, (All types) (P, 50, N . 4) Household, office and school furnishings and supplies. (For silverware, see 8**.38; for glass and chinaware, see 8**.3931) (P. 50, N . 4) Furniture. (For antiques, see 8**.383) (P. 50, N . 4) Floor coverings. Rugs, carpets, linoleum, etc. (P. 50, N . 4) Appliances. (All types). Electrical and gas appliances. (P. 50, N . 4) Ranges. (P. 50, N . 4) ^l''or manufacture of Vacuum cleaners. (P. 50, N . 4) scientific equipment Mixers. (P. 50, N . 4) and apparatus, see Washing machines. (P. 50, N . 4) 8**.396) Refrigerators. (P. 50, N . 4) Lamps. (P. 50, N . 4) Adding machines. Calculators. (P. 50, N . 4) Typewriters, (P. 50, N . 4) Draperies. Curtains. Shades. Blinds. Venetian Blinds Awnings. (P. 50, N . 4) Household linens. Beddings. Mattresses. Pillows. Cushions. (P. 50, N . 4) Other household, office and school furnishings and supplies. (P. 50, N . 4) Kitchenware. Pots and pans. (P. 50, N . 4) Clothing, Textile industry. (P. 52, N . 4) Wearing apparel, (men's, women's, children's, infants) (P. 52, N . 4) Shoes, a l l kinds. (P. 52, N . 4) Hats. (P. 52, N . 4) Accessories. (P. 52, N . 4) Cotton manufactures. Thread . Piece goods (P. 52, N . 4) Linen manufactures. Thread. Piece goods. (P, 52, N . 4) Wool manufactures. Thread. Piece goods. (P, 52, N , 4). Silk manufactures. Thread. Piece goods. (P. 52, N . 4) Hair manufactures. (For beauticians' supplies, see 8**.395) (P. 52, N , 4) - 41 -

8** .357

.358 .36

,361 .362 .363 ,364 .365 ,37

.371 .372 .373 .374 .38

.381 .382 .383

i

.39 .391 .392 .393 .3931 .3932 .394

I S4

.395 .396 .397 .3971 .3972

Jute, hemp, flax, Coir yarn, reed and straw products, Rope burlap, baskets. (P, 52, N , 4) Synthetic fibers. Nylon. Rayon. (P. 52, N . 4) Sporting and athletic equipment. Recreational equipment. Toys and games. Musical supplies and equipment. Smokers' supplies. Theatrical supplies and equipment, (P. 50, N . 4) Sporting and athletic equipment. Sporting firearms (non-military). (See also 8**.3973) (P. 50, N . 4) Toys and games, (P, 50, N , 4) Musical instruments and accessories. (P, 50, N, 4) Smokers' supplies. (For manufacture or processing of tobacco, see 8**.323)' (P. 50, N . 4) Theatrical equipment and supplies, (P, 50, N , 4) Photographic apparatus and supplies. Artists' supplies. Paintings. Pictures. Cameras. Printers' supplies. (P. 50, N . 4) Photographic apparatus and supplies. Cameras. (P. 50, N, 4) Pictures and paintings, (P, 50, N . 4) Artists' supplies. (P. 50, N . 4) Printers' supplies. (P. 50, N . 4) Jewelry. Gold and silverware. Precious stones. Clocks and watches. Antiques. (For mining of gold, silver, precious stones, etc., see 8**.253) (P. 50, N . 4) Jewlry. Gold and silverware. Precious stones. (P, 50, N , 4) Clocks and watches, (P, 50, N . 4) Antiques. (All types). (P. 50, N . 4). Other manufactures. Miscellaneous. (For building and pa-ving materials, see 8**.332) (P, 50, N . 4) Lumber, Wood products not otherwise classifiable', (P. 50, N . 4) Paper. Paper products not otherwise classifiable. Newsprint. Wood pulp. (P. 50, N . 4) Manufactured non-metallic minerals not otherwise classifiable. Marble. Lime and limestone. Asbestos. Slate, (For mining see 8**.25) (P. 50, N . 4) Glass and clay products. Ceramics. (P. 50, N . 4) Fuels and petroleum products. Refinery products, (For oil, weUs, oil-drilling, etc. see 8**.2553) (P. 51, N , 3, 4) Metal manufactures not other classifiable. Aluminum. Copper. Brass. Bronze. Lead. Tin. Zink. (For manufacture of iron and steel, see 8**.331) (P. 51, N . 4) Beauticians' and Barbers' equipment and supplies. Toilet preparations. Cosmetics. (P. 50, N . 4) Scientific and professional instruments and equipment. (Surgical, dental, optical, etc.) (P. 50, N . 4) Chemicals and dyes. (P. 50, N . 4) Medicinal and pharmaceutical preparations. Drugs. Disinfectants. (For illicit traffic in narcotics, see 8**.53) (P. 50, N . 4) Fertilizers. (P. 52, N . 4)

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8** .3973 .3974 .3975 .3976 .398 .399 8** .40 .401 .41 .411 .412 .413 .414 .4141 .4142

Explosives. (Non-military) (See also 8**.361) (P. 50, N . 4) Paints and varnishes. Stains. Enamels. (P. 50, N . 4) Soap. Cleaning compounds. Polishes. (P. 50, N . 4) Chemical specialties. Plastics. Celluloids. Cellulose. Cellophane. Resins. (P. 50, N . 4) Notions and novelties. Flags. Pennants. Emblems. Badges, Pins. (P. 50, N . 4) Morticians' supplies and equipment. (P. 50, N . 4) SOCIAL MATTERS, CONDITIONS. General. Population. Statistics, Census. (P. 7, N . 1, 4) People. (P. 49) Race problems, disturbances. Massacres. Pogroms. Displaced persons. Refugees. (For political refugees see 7**.00) (P. 49) Language. Literature. (P. 49) Religion. Church. (For protection of religious missions see 2**.##) (P. 49) Manners and customs. Dress. Mode of life. (P. 49) Marriage. Divorce. (P. 49) Welfare of mother and child. (For child labor, see 8**.063) (P. 49)

.42 .421 .422 .423 .424 .425 .43 .431 .432 .433 .434 .435 ,436## .437

History. (P. 70) Historical r e l i c s . Manuscripts. (P. 40) Monuments, statues, memorials. Public records. (P, 70) Commemorative celebrations. Holidays, Education. (P. 67) Academic. (P. 67) | Professional. (P. 67) ! Technical. Commercial. Agricultural. (P. 68) Education of the blind; physically handicapped. (P. 68, N . 13) Vocational. (P. 68) Reciprocal recognition of diplomas. (P. 67) Libraries. (See also 5**.##1) (P. 67)

.44 ,441 .442 .443 .444 .445 .446

Fine arts. (P. 69) Painting. Drawing. (P. 69) Sculpture. (P. 69) Architecture. (P. 69) Engra-ving. (P. 69) Photography. (P. 71) Music. (P. 71)

,45 .451 .452 .453 ,4531 ,4532 .4533

Amusements. Sports. . Recreation. Theaters, Stage, Operas, Museums, Carnivals. Concerts. Motion Pictures. (P. 31) Sports, Athletics. Olympic games. Swimming. Boating. Boat racing. Yachting. Baseball. Football. Soccer. Cricket. Golf. Tennis. 43

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8** .4534 .4535 .4536 .4537

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Fishing. Hunting. Target shooting. Horsemanship. Horse racing, (For hunting and trapping industry, see 8**.2431) Prize fighting. Animal fighting. Bull fighting. Cock fighting. Pigeon racing. Indoor amusements. Ches.'^ Checkers. Billiards. Bowling, Dice. Cards, Dancing, Other sports, amusement? and athletics. Coasting, Skating, Cycling,

,46 .461 ,4611 ,4612 ,4613 .4614 ,47 .471 .472 .473 .474##

Societies, (Including social organizations) Better citizenship organizations, „ . YMCA, YWCA, Boy Scouts, G i r l Scouts. Camp Fire Girls. Agricultural clubs. (4-H Clubs, etc) (P, 34) Other. Etiquette. Ceremonials. Precedence, Salutes. Ceremonial communications. New Year's greetings. Felicitation on national anniversaries, ##Country sending felicitations.

.48 .481 .482 .483 .484 .485 .486##

Entertainment in country **, By the country or its officials. Audience with the chief executive or sovereign. Presentation at Court. By pri-vate persons and societies. By resident officers of the Uruted States. By resident officers of other foreign countries. ##nationality.

.49

Calamities. Disasters. Earthquakes. Tornadoes. Cyclones. Typhoons. Famines. F i r e . Relief measures. (See also 8**.03) (P. 72, N . 1)

.50 .501

Public order, safety and health. Charities. National and State Police.

.51 .511 .512

Municipal government. (P. 58) Police organization. (P. 58) Protection against f i r e . (P. 58)

,52

Crime, Criminal organizations. Suspects. (P. 58)

.53 .531

Traffic in narcotics. (P. 36) Liquors. (For manufacture of liquors, See 8**.316 ) (P. 21)

.54 .541

Sex rlations. Prostitution. Procurement. White slave traffic. (P. 23) Traffic in obscene matters, literature, etc.

.55 .551

Public Health. Diseases. (P. 60) Vital statistics. Birth. Marriage. Death. (P. 60)

44 .•,V:Vj. '.'

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8** .552 .556 .557 .558

Disposal of the dead. Cemeteries. Cremation. (P. 23) Hygiene and sanitation. Quarantine against communicable diseases. (Home, school, vessels, aircraft) (P. 23) Supervision of food and drugs. (For food and drug regulations, international trade, see 4**.##4) Materia medica. (P. 62) Practice of medicine and surgery; dentistry; optometry; psychiatry; pharmacy; nursing. (P. 60)

.56 .561

Correction and punishment. (P. 58) Prisons; reformatories; jails. (P. 58)

.57 .571 .572 .573 .574 .575 .576

Charities. Philanthropic organizations. Red Cross. (P. 72) Hospitals. Asylums. (P. 73) Salvation A r m y . Institutional homes. Almshouses, Orphanges. (P. 73) Soldiers' and sailors' homes. (Military and Naval) Seamens' homes. (Merchant marine) (P. 54)

45

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Concessions. Contracts. (General)

.10 .101 .102 .11 .12

Postal. (P. 63 for a l l entries 9**.10 - 9**.182) Concessions. Contracts. Laws and regulations. (P. 63) Censorship. Fraudulent use of the mails, (For traffic in obscene matters, see 8**.541) Transportation of mail between country or area ** and ##. (Use smaller number for **) Rates. Postage. (Domestic and foreign) Parcel post. International parcel post transportation. (P. 63) Money orders. (Domestic and foreign) (P. 63) Postal savings banks, (P, 63) Complaints against service, (P, 63) Nondelivery, Delay, Misrouting. (P. 63) Loss. Theft. Damage. Tampering with mail, (P, 63)

,14 .15 .15## ,16 .17 .18 ,181 .182

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Telegraph. Cable. (P, 64) Concessions. Contracts. (P. 64) Laws and regulations. (P, 64) Censorship. (P. 64) Communication between country ** and country ##. (Use smaller number for **) (P. 64) Rates, (Domestic and foreign) (P, 64) Codes. (Commercial and governmental) (P. 64) Complaints against service. (P, 64) Telephone. (P. 64) Concessions, Contracts, (P. 64) Laws and regulations. (P. 64) Censorship. (P. 64) Communication between country ** and country ##. (Use smaller number for **) (P. 64) Rates. (Domestic and foreign) (P. 64) Complaints against service. (P. 64)

.44 .45

Radio. Radiobroadcasting. (See also 5 **.##4) (P. 64) Concessions. Contracts. (P. 64) Laws and regulations. ( P. 64) Censorship. (P. 64) Communication between country or area ** and country or area ##. (Use smaller number for **) (P. 64) Television. Facsimile transmission. (P, 64) Amateurs. (P. 64)

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Personnel. Crews. Seamen. (P. 55) Discipline. Insubordination. Mutiny. Illegal acts committed by the crew on vessels and aircraft. (Ill treatment of seamen; desertion; abandonment (for seamens'homes,see 8**,576) Public press. Newspapers, Clippings, Items. Newsgathering agencies. Including news broadcasting. Commentators , News gathering agencies, (** Nationality of newspaper and ## country or area of operations). Magazines. Periodicals. Books. Book-publishing. Censorship of newspapers, books and other printed material.

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SCIENCE. (General)

.60 .61 .62 .62##

.701 .7011 .7012 ,7013 ,7014 .7015 .7016 ,71 .711 .712 .713 .7131 .7132 .7133 .7134 .7135 .7136 .7137 .7138 .7139 .714 .7141 .7142 .715 .7151 .71511 .71512 .71513 .71514 .71515 .71516 .71517 .71518 .7152 ,71521 ,71522

Research and development. Scientific institutions. Laboratories. Bodies. Scientific publications. Scientific facilities and equipment. Utilization of scientific and technical personnel. Government's relation to science. Scientific training program. PHYSICAL SCIENCES, Mathematics, (Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, Differential equations. Graphs, Statistics) Astronomy. (Theoretical and practical, celestial bodies, tables and atlases, navigation) Physics. General mechanics. Mechanics of fluids. Mechanics of gases. Optics. Heat. I Electricity and magnetism. Nuclear physics and nuclear chemistry. Atomic and molecular physics. Miscellaneous. Time. Calendar. Weights and measures. Basic chemistry. Organic. Inorganic. Applied chemistry. Liquid fuels and lubricants. Petroleum extraction and exploitation. Shale oil extraction and ex-ploitation. Refining process. Refined products. Synthetic liquid fuels. Petroleum substitutes. Lubricants. Combustion phenomena. Resins, rubbers, plastics, auxiliary chemicals. Natural rubber. Synthetic elastomers. - 48

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Thermoplastic resins. Thermosetting resins. Other polymeric materials. Rubber chemicals, (Accelerators, curing agent). Pharmaceuticals and antibiotics. Natural products (as such or modified) vitamins herbs. Antibiotics. Sulfa drugs. Narcotics, hypnotics, anesthetics. Antimalarials. High performance fuels. (Liquid monopropellants. Solid propellants and explosives, bipropellants (Fuels and oxidants), combustion and flame phenomena) High temperature materials. Fats, fatty waxes, soap. Other industrial chemical products. Industrial explosives. Gases. Agricultural chemicals. Leather and glue. Inorganic NEC (Potassium nitrate, sulfuric acid, etc.) Chemical warfare. National policies. Toxic agents. Protection and decontamination. Screening agents (including colored smoke). Incendiary and flame warfare. Civilian defense. Metallurgy, Physical metallurgy. Chemical and thermal metallurgy. Powder metallurgy. Ferrous metallurgy. Non-ferrous metallurgy.

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EARTH SCIENCES (For travels, expeditions and explorations see 031.**)

.721 .7211 ,7212 .72131 .72132 .72133 .722 .7221 .723 ,7231 .7232 .7233 ,724 .7241 .7242 .725

Geography. Geographical names. Mapping, map analysis, surveying. Surveying. Cartography. Map analysis. Physical geography. Physiography, Geography of settlements. Pioneer. Rural. Urban. Military geography. Terrain analysis. Coasts and landing beaches. Analysis of coastal zones. Human geography. 49

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Political geography. Economic and commercial geography, Geology. Mineralogy. Structure geology. Economic geology. Petrology. Geophysics. Geodesy. Size and shape of the earth, Positions and areas, Variation of gravity, Geophysical prospecting for location of mineral resources. Hydrology. (Distribution of water. Underground water sources, dams). Meteorology. Weather forecasts and other applications, Climatology. Oceanography. Oceanic organizations. Seismology. Terrestrial magnetism.

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Miscellaneous, (Vulcanology, tectonpysics, etc.).

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NATURAL SCIENCES Biology. Cytology. General physiology. Genetics. Ecology. Biological warfare. Botany. Forestry. Agronomy (Field crop production, soil management). Zoology. '

.74 .741 .7411 .7412 .7413 .7414 .7415 .7416 .7417 .742 .743 .744 .745 .746 .747

MEDICAL SCIENCES. Medical specialties. Aviation medicine. Naval medicine. Army medicine. Surgery. Tropical medicine. Arctic medicine, Dentistry, Human reactions to en-vironmental elements, General bacteriolog:/, Immunology. Allergy. Diseases, injuries and causes of death. Therapeutics.

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Medical aspects of radiological, chemical and biological warfare. ELECTRONICS. Radio wave propagation (data and tli ^ry). Apparatus and equipment. Communication devices. Radar-type devices. Radar, Sonar. Infrared. Navigational aids. (Position-finding devices). Telemetering. Proximity fuse. Instrumentation. Countermeasures. ENGINEERING, C i v i l engineering. Highway engineering. Railway engineering, Hydrographlc and reclamation engineering. Structural. Sanitary and public health engineering. Airport engineering. Mechanical engineering. Automotive engineering. Machinery and equipment. Heating, refrigerating and air conditioning. Industrial and safety engineering. Electrical engineering. Electrical machines. Transmission and distribution. Mining engineering. Coal. Metal mining. Non-metallic mining and quarrying. Petroleum and natural gas. Ordinance engineering. Explosives. Propellants. Pyrotechnics. Chemical warfare. Guided missiles. Aeronautical engineering. Instruments and equipment. Supersonic engineering. Engineering, Power Plants. Steam engineering. Rocket engineering. Jet engineering. Gas turbine engineering. Diesels, Other sciences. Philosophy. 51

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Alphabetical arrangement of Departments and Agencies of the United States Government, other than the State Department, together with the applicable index number and the approved symbol routing. One copy will be sent in each instance unless otherwise indicated. Accounting Office, General - (103-GAO) SEE General Accounting Office (GAO)

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Aeronautical Intelligence - (103-NACA) UNDER National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) Aeronautical Inventions - (103-NACA) UNDER National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA)

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Aeronautics Administration, C i v i l - (102.76) UNDER Commerce Department (COM)

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Aeronautics Board, C i v i l - (103-CAB) SEE C i v i l Aeronautics Board 3 copies (CAB)

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Aeronautics, National Advisory Committee for - (103-NACA) SEE National A d -visory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) Agricultural Economics, Bureau of - (102.61) UNDER Agriculture Department (AG)

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Agricultural Relations, Office of Foreign - (102.62) UNDER Agriculture Department (AG) Agricultural Research Administration - (102,6) UNDER Agriculture Department (AG)

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staff Offices: (102,6) (Continued) Office of Plant and Operations Library A i r Force Department - (102.23) (OLI) A i r Museum, National - (103-SM) UNDER Smithsonian Institution (SM) Alaska Purchasing and Shipping Office - (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN) Alaska Railroad - (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN) Alaska Road Commission - (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN)

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Alaska Rural Rehabilitation Corporation - (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN)

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Alien Property Administration, Philippine - (103-OEM) UNDER Emergency Management Office (OEM)

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Alien Property Office - (102.34) UNDER Justice Department 4 copies (OAP) American Battle Monuments Commission - (103-ABMC) (ABMC) American Ethnology, Bureau of - (103-SM) UNDER Smithsonian Institution (SM) American National Red Cross - (811,571) American Printing House for the BHnd - (103-FSA) UNDER Federal Security Agency (FSA) Animal Industry, Bureau of - (102.6) UNDER Agriculture Department (AG) Apprenticeship, Bureau of - (102.8) UNDER Labor Department (LAB) Archives, National - (Under General Services Administration) (GSA) (103-GSA) Arlington Memorial Amphitheater Commission - (103-AMAC) Army Department - (102,21) (OLI) Art, Freer Gallery of - (103 - SM) UNDER Smithsonian Institution (SM) Art, National Gallery of - (103-SM) UNDER Smithsonian Institution (SM) Arts, Commission of Fine - (103-FAC) SEE Fine Arts Commission (FAC)

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Arts, National Collection of Fine - (103-SM) UNDER Smithsonian Institution (SM) Astrophysical Observatory - (103-SM) UNDER Smithsonian Institution (SM) Atomic Energy Commission - (103-AEC) (AEC) Battle Monuments Commission, American - (103-ABMC) SEE American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) Biological Area, Canal Zone - (103-SM) UNDER Smithsonian Institution (SM) Bird Conservation Commission, Migratory - (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN)

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Blind, American Printing House for the - (103-FSA) UNDER Federal Security Agency (FSA) Bonneville Power Administration - (102.5)

UNDER Interior Department (IN)

Botanic Garden, U.S. (103-BG) (BG) Boundary and Water Commission, International - (U.S. and Mexico) (Use 611.12311) (ARA) B r a z i l - U . S , Defense Board, Joint - (Use 732,5) (ARA) Budget, Bureau of the - (103-BU) (BU) Canada-U,S, Permanent Joint Board on Defense - (Use 742.5) (EUR) Canal Zone Biological Area - (103-SM) UNDER Smithsonian Institution (SM) Caribbean Commission - (Use 741b,00) (EUR) Census, Bureau of the - (102,71) UNDER Commerce Department (COM)

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Central Intelligence Agency - (CIA) (103.11) (OLI) Chiefs of Staff, Joint (102.201) S E E Joint Chiefs of Staff (OLI>Children's Bureau - (103-FSA) UNDER Federal Security Agency (FSA) Ci'vil Aeronautics Administration - (102.76) UNDER Commerce Department (COM) Effectuates rules promulgated by C A B C i v i l Aeronautics Authority - (102.7) UNDER Commerce Department (COM) C i v i l Aeronautics Board - (103-CAB) (CAB) 3 copies C i v i l Service Commission, U.S. - (103-CSC) (CSC) I Claims Commission, Indian - (103-Ind. C C . ) SEE Indian Claims Commission (Ind.C.C.) Claims Commission, War - (103-WCC) See War Claims Commission (WCC) Coast and Geodetic Survey - (102.72) UNDER Commerce Department (COM) Coast Guard, U.S. - (102.12) UNDER Treasury Department (TR) Columbia Hospital for Women - (103-CHFW) (CHFW)

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Columbia Institution for the Deaf - (103-FSA) UNDER Federal Security Agency (FSA) Combined Tin Committee - (Use 800,2544) (E) Commerce Dep-irtment (102,7) (COM) (8 copieo .'xcept Ozalids - 4 copies; and quarterly-aanual economic reports - 10 copies) NOTE: One copy of each Moscow report entitled (1) Interpretative Report on Soviet Foreign Policy based on the press. (2) Report on Internal political and social developments in the Soviet Union

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Commerce Department (102.7) (COM) (Continued) should be sent to the Department of Commerce in care of M r . Robert P. Meiklejohn marked " F o r the personal attention of the Secretary" Brueau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce - (li Office of Small Business Office of Business Economics Office of Field Service Office of Domestic Commerce Office of Inte.rnational Trade Bureau of Public Roads - (102.77) (COM) Foreign Trade Zones Board - (102.7) (COM) Inland Waterways Corporation - (102.7) (COM) National Bureau of Standards - (1C2.7) (COM) Patent Office - (102.7) (COM) Bureau of the Census - (102.71) (COM) Coast and Geodetic Survey - (102.72) (COM) National Inventors Council - (102.74) (COM) Weather Bureau - (102.75) (COM) C i v i l Aeronautics Administration - (102.76) (COM)

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Commodity Credit Corporation - (102.6) UNDER Agriculture Department (AG) Commodity Exchange Authority - (102.6) UNDER Agriculture Department (AG) Communications Commission, Federal - (103-FCC) SEE Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Conciliation

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Federal Mediation and - (103-PMCS) SEE Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS)

Congressional Library - (103-CL) (CL) (copyright matters) Council of National Defense - (103-CND) (CND) Crop Insurance Corporation, Federal - (102.6) UNDER Agriculture Department (AG) Currency, Comptroller of the - (102.1) UNDER Treasury Department

(TR)

Customs Agency Service - (102,14) UNDER Treasury Department (CAS) 2 copies Customs, Bureau of the - (102.15) UNDER Treasury Department (TR) Dairy Industry, Bureau of - (102.6) UNDER Agriculture Department (AG) ;i.--->-Y-v

Deaf, Columbia Institution for the - (103-FSA) UNDER Federal Security Agency (FSA) Defense, (U.S.-Canada), Permanent Joint Board on - (Use 742.5) (EUR) Defense, Council of National -(103-CND) SEE Council of National Defense (CND) Defense Board, Inter-American (Use 710.5) (ARA) Joint Brazil - U.S. - (Use 732.5) (ARA)

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Defense Department (102.2) (OLI) (Continued) Munitions Board (102.203) (OLI) Research and Development Board (102.204) (OLI) Army Department (102,21) (OLI) Navy Department (102.22) (OLI) A i r Force Department (102.23) (OLI)

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UNDER Reconstruction

Finance Corporation

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Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal - (103-FDIC) SEE Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) Displaced Persons Commission

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Drug Administration, Food and - (103-FSA) UNDER Federal Security Agency (FD) Economic Cooperation Administration - (103-ECA) 5 copies (ECA) Distribution of Korea reports and despatches '^Z. ^

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Education, Office of - (103-FSA) UNDER Federal Security Agency (ED) Electrification Administration, Rural - (102.6) UNDER Agriculture Department (AG) Emergency Management, Office for - (108-OEM) (OEM) Philippine Alien Property Administration

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Employees' Compensation Appeals Board - (103-FSA) UNDER Federal Security Agency (FSA) Employees' Compensation, Bureau of - (103-FSA) UNDER Federal Security Agency (FSA) Employment Security Bureau - (102.8) UNDER Labor Department (LAB) Employment Service, U.S. - (102.8)

UNDER Labor Department (LAB)

Engraving and Printing, Bureau of - (102.1) UNDER Treasury Department (TR) Entomology and Plant Quarantine, Bureau of - (102.6) UNDER Agriculture Department (AG) '

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Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) - (102.31) UNDER Justice Department (JUS) Federal Communication,^:- Commission - (103-FCC) (FCC) Federal Crop Insurance Corporation - (102.6) UNDER Agriculture Department (AG) :•:-,

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation - (103-FDIC) (FDIC) Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation - (102.6) UNDER Agriculture Department (AG)

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Federal Housing Administration - (103-HHFA) UNDER Housing and Home Finance Agency (HHFA)

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Federal Power Commission - (103-FPC) (FPC) (Economic reports relating to power, electric equipment and supplies)

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Federal Supply Service - (103-GSA) UNDER General Services Administration (FSS) Federal Trade Commission - (103-FTC) (FTC) Fine A r t s , Commission of - (103-CFA) (CFA) Fish and Wildlife Service - (102.53) UNDER Interior Department (IN) Food and Drug Administration - (103-FSA) UNDER Federal Security Agency (FD) Foreign A i d , Advisory Committee on Voluntary - (103-VFA) (VFA) Foreign and Domestic Commerce, Bureau of - (102.73) UNDER Commerce Department (COM) Foreign Funds Control - (102.1) UNDER Treasury Department (TR) Foreign Trade Zones Board

- (102.7) UNDER Commerce Department (COM)

Forest Service - (102.6) UNDER Agriculture Department (AG) Franklin D. Roosevelt Library - (103-GSA) UNDER General Service Administration (GSA) Freedmen's Hospital - (1Q3-FSA) UNDER Federal Security Agency (FSA) Freer Gallery of Art - (103-SM) UNDER Smithsonian Institution (SM) Gas Division ; O i l and - (102,5) UNDER Interior Department (IN) General Accounting Office - (103-GAO) (GAO) General Services Administration - (103-GSA) (GSA) National Archives National Archives Council, The National Historical Publications Commission National Archives Trust Ftmd Board Board of Trustees of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library Administrative Committee of the Federal Register, The Federal Supply Service - (103-GSA) (FSS) Geodetic Survey, Coast and - (102,72) UNDER Commerce Department (COM) Geographical Names, Bureau on - (102,5) UNDER Interior Department

(IN)

Geological Survey - (102.51) UNDER Interior Department 2 copies (IN) Government Printing Office - (103-GPO) (GPO; Health, National Institute of - (103-FSA) UNDER Federal Security Agency (FSA) Health Service, Public - (103-FSA) UNDER Federal Security Agency (PHS) Home Owners Loan Corporation - (103-HHFA) UNDER Housing and Home Finance Agency (HHFA) Housing Authority, National Capital - (103-NCHA) SEE National Capital Housing Authority (NCHA) Housing Expediter, Office of the - (103-OHE) (OHE)

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UNDER Navy Department (OLI)

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Indian Affairs, Office of - (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN) Indian Claims Commission - (103-Ind.C.C.) (Ind.C.C) Inland Waterways Corporation - (102.7) UNDER Commerce Department (COM)

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Interior Department - (102.5) (IN) 6 copies Bureau of Land Management (102.5) (IN) Office of Indian Affairs (102,5) (IN) Indian Arts and Crafts Board (102.5) (IN) Bureau of Reclamation (102.5) (IN) Bureau on Geographical Names, U.S. (102.5) (IN) National Park Service (102,5) (IN) Territories and Island Possessions (102.5) (IN) Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration | The Virgin Islands Company Alaska Rural Rehabilitation Corporation The Alaska Railroad Alaska Road Commission Alaska Purchasing and Shipping Office Office of the Solicitor (102,5) (IN) Office of Land Utilization (102,5) (IN) Oil and Gas Division (102,5) (IN) Petroleum Division of Power (102.5) (IN) Bonneville Power Administration (102.5) (IN) National Power Policy Committee (102.5) (IN) Personnel Supervision and Management Division (102.5) (tN) Migratory Bird Conservation Commission - (102,5) (IN) National Park Trust Fund Board (102.5) (IN) Southwestern Power Administration (102.5) (IN) Division of Information (102.5) (IN) Division of Budget and Administrative Management ''102.5) (IN) Office of Labor Relations (102,5) (IN) Office of Field Representatives (102.5) (IN) Office of Departmental Safety Engineer (102,5) (IN) Advisory Board on National Parks, Historic Sites, Buildings and Monuments (102.5) (IN)

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Internal Revenue, Bureau of - (102.11) UNDER Treasury Department (TR)

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International Boundary and Water Commission, U.S. and Mexico - (Use 611.12311) (ARA) International Exchange Service - (103-SM) UNDER Smithsonian Institution (SM)

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International Labor Affairs, Office of - (102.8) UNDER Labor Department (LAB) International Trade, Office of - (102.73) UNDER Commerce Department (COM) Interstate Commerce Commission - (103-ICC) (ICC) (All Documents relating to transportation, except aviation) Inventors Council, National - (102.74) UNDER Commerce Department (COM)

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Investigation, Federal Bureau of - (102.31) UNDER Justice Department (JUS)

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Island Possessions, Territories and - (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN)

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Joint B r a z i l - U . S , Defense Board - (Use 732.5) (ARA) Joint Chiefs of Staff - (102,201) (OLI)

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Joint Mexican-U,S, Defense Board - (Use 712.5) (ARA) Justice Department - (102.3) (JUS) Offices: Office of the Attorney General - Assistant Office of the Solicitor General - Assistant Office of the Pardon Attorney Office of Alien Property (102.34) (OAP) ... 4 copies (Axis property anywhere; S A F E H A V E N property) Divisions: (102.3) Tax Division Claims Division Lands Division C r i m i n a l Di-vdsion Customs Division Administrative Division Antitrust Division (monthly petroleum reports) ... ... 1 copy Bureaus: Federal Bureau of Investigation (102.31) (JUS) ... 1 copy (Request for information from German, Italian and Japanese archives) (SAFEHAVEN and Pan-Germ matters, if of interest) Bureau of Prisons (102.33) Federal Prison Industries, Inc. (JUS) Immigration and Naturalization Service (102.32) (JUS) Board of Immigration Appeals (102.3) Board of Parole (102.3) (JUS) Labor A f f a i r s , Office of International - (102.8) UNDER Labor Department (LAB) Labor Department - (102.8) (LAB) ... Bureau of Labor Statistics (102.8) (LAB)

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Labor Relations Board, National - (103-NLRB) (NLRB) Labor Relations, Office of - (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN) Labor Standards, Bureau of - (102.8) UNDER Labor Department (LAB) Labor Statistics, Bureau of - (102.8) Under Labor Department (LAB) Land Management, Bureau of - (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN) Land Utilization, Office of - (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN) Library of Congress - (103-CL) (CL) Loyalty Review Board - (103-CSC) UNDER C i v i l Service Commission (CSC) Maritime Commission, United States - (I03-MC) (MC) 3 copies 4 copies Maritime Attache reports Mediation Board, National - (103-NMB) SEE National Mediation Board (NMB) Mediation and Conciliation Service, Federal - (103-FMCS) SEE Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS) Metals Reserve - (103-RFC) UNDER Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC) Mexican-U.S, Defense Board, Joint - (Usp 712.5) (ARA) Migratory Bird Conservation Commission - (102.5) UNT)ER Interior Department (IN) Mines, Bureau of - (102.52) UNDER Interior Department (IN) Mint, Bureau of the - (102.13) UNDER Treasury Department (TR) Mortgage Company,

The R . F . C , - (103-RFC) UNDER Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC) Mortgage Corporation, Federal F a r m - (102,6) UNDER Agriculture Department I (AG) Munitions Board - (102,203) (OLI) _ Museum, National - (103-SM) UNDER i mithsonian Institution (SM) Narcotics, Bureau of - (102,14) UNDER Treasury Department (TR) National Academy of Sciences - (103-NAS) (NAS)

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National Archives - (103-GSA) UNDER General Services Administration (GSA) National Bureau of Standards - (102.7) UNDER Commerce Department (COM) National Capital Housing Authority - (103-NCHA)

(NCHA)

National Capital Park and Planning Commission - (103-NCPPC) (NCPPC) National Collection of Fine Arts - (103-SM) UNDER Smithsonian Institution (SM) National Defense, Council of - (103-CND) SEE Council of National Defense (CND) •f 'z_. ^

National Gallery of A r t - (103-SM) UNDER Smithsonian Institution (SM) National Historical Publications Commission UNDER General Services Administration (GSA) National Housing Council - (103-HHFA) UNDER Housing and Home Finance Agency (HHFA) National Institute of Health - (103-FSA) UNDER Federal Security Agency (FSA) National Labor Relations Board - (103-NLRB) SEE Labor Relations Board (NLRB) National Mediation Board - (103-NMB) (NMB) National Museum - (103-SM) UNDER Smithsonian Institution (SM) National Parks, Historic Sites, Buildings and Monuments Advisory Board on - (102,5) UNDER Interior Department (IN) National P a r k Service - (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN) National P a r k Trust Fund Board - (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN) National Power Policy Commission - (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN) National Research Council - (103-NRC) (NRC) National Security Council - (103.1) (NSC) National Security Resources Board - (103-NSRB) 2 copies (NSRB) National Zoological Park - (103-SM) UNDER Smithsonian Institution (SM) Naturalization Service; Immigration and - (102.32) UNDER Justice Department QUS) Navy Department - (102.22) (OLI) Oil and Gas Division - (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN) Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Bureau - (103-FSA) UNDER Federal Security Agency (FSA) Panama Canal, The - (103-PC) (PC) - 11 -

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Permanent Joint Board on Defense - U.S. and Canada - (Use 742.5) (EUR) Philippine Alien Property Administration - (103-OEM) UNDER Office for Emergency Management (OEM) Philippine Rehabilitation Commission - (103-PRC) (PRC)

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Power Administration, Bonneville - (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN) Power Administration, Southwestern- (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN) Power Commission, Federal - (103-FPC) SEE Federal Power Commission (FPC)

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Printing Office, Government - (103-GPO) SEE Government Printing Office (GPO) Prisons, Bureau of - (102.33) UNDER Justice Department QUS) Prison Industries, Inc. Federal - (102.3) UNDER Justice Department (JUS)

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Treasury Department - (102,1) (TR) ,,, ... 3 copies Secret Ser-vice Division (SY is liaison for counterfeit U.S. securities (102,1) (TR) Office of Comptroller of the Currency (102.1) (TR) Bureau of Engraving and Printing (102.1) (TR) Office of International Finance (102.1) (TR) Foreign Fimds Control Savings Bonds Division U.S. (102.1) (TR) also various other bureaus, offices and divisions Bureau of Internal Revenue (102.11) (TR) Coast Guard (102.12) (TR) Bureau of Narcotics (102.14) 2 copies (TR) Customs Agency Service... John W. Bulkley, Room 905 Wilkins Bldg. (102.14) 2 copies (CAS) 1512 H. St.,Washington, D.C. Bureau of the Customs (1021.15) (TR) Bureau of the Mint (102.13) (TR)

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Veterans' Reemployment Rights Bureau - (102.8) UNDER Labor Department (LAB) Virgin Islands Company, The - (102.5) UNDER Interior Department (IN) Voluntary Foreign Aid, Advisory Committee on - (103-VFA) SEE Foreign Aid, Advisory Committee on Voluntary (VFA) Wage and Hour and Public Contracts Division - (102.8) UNDER Labor Department (LAB) War Claims Commission - (103-WCC) (WCC) War Contracts Price Adjustment Board - (103-WCPAB) (WCPAB) War Council - (102.206) (OLI) War Damage Commission, Philippine - (103-PWDC) Philippine War Damage Commission (PWDC) War Damage Corporation - (103-RFC) UNDER Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC) Water Commission, International Boundary and - (Use 611.12311) (ARA)

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Service, Fish and - (102.53) UNDER Interior Department (IN)

Women's Bureau - (102,8) UNDER Labor Department (LAB)

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Arctic

02

Antarctic

10 11

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THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE United States (When subdivision by State or territory is necessary the usual abbreviation (consisting of at least two letters) may be added; thus: 911 Mo., - Missouri) Hawaii (Ocean or Kure Islands and P a l m y r a Island) U.S, Possessions in the Pacific Ocean

11c

Puerto Rico

lid

Guam

lie

American Samoa (Tutuila, Manua Islands et cetera)

SOUTH AND C E N T R A L AMERICA; (South of th :Uo Grande River)

21

Colombia

22

Ecuador (Galapagos Islands)

23

Peru

24

Bolivia

25

Chile

31

Venezuela

32

Brazil

33

Uruguay

34

Paraguay

35

Argentina

36

WEST INDIAN REPUBLICS

Canal Zone (Panama Canal Zone) Perico, Naos, Culebra and Flamenco Islands

37

Cuba, including Isle of Pines

38

Haiti

Vergin Islands of the U.S. (St.

39

Dominican Republic

C r o i x , St. John and St. Thomas)

40

llh

Alaska

40a

Ireland (Eire) (Irish Free State)

12

Mexico 40b

Iceland

41

Great Britain, United Kingdom

41a

Northern Ireland

41b

British possessions in the Western Hemisphere (except Canada)

41c

British Honduras

41d

British Guiana

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13

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C E N T R A L AMERICA

14

Guatemala

15

Honduras

16

E l Salvador

17

Nicaragua

18

Costa R i c a

19

Panama

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British West Indies (includes 41f to 41n)

4If

Bahamas (New Providence, Abaco, Harbour Island, Great Bahama, Long Island, Mayaguana, Eleuthers, Exuma, Watling's Island (San Salvador), Acklin's Island, Inagua (Great Inagua), Andros Island, Cat Island, Rum Cay, Biminis, Crooked Island and Berry Islands)

41g

Barbados

41h

Jamaica (Turks and Caicos Islands, Cayman Islands, Morant Cays, and Pedro Cays)

41k

Leeward Islands (Leeward Federation), Antigua, with Barbuda and Redonda, St, Christopher-Nevis (St. Kitts, Nevis, Anguilla, Montserrat, Virgin Islands and Sombrero)

45a

Union of South A f r i c a (Cape of Good Hope, Transvaal, Orange F r e e State, Natal)

45b

B r i t i s h South A f r i c a (45c - d - e - f - v)

45c

Rhodesia (Mashonaland, Matabeleland)

45d

Basutoland

45e

Bechuanaland

45f

Swaziland

45g

British West A f r i c a

45h

Nigeria

45k

Gold Coast

45m

S i e r r a Leone

45n

Gambia

45p

British East Africa

41m

Trinidad and Tobago

45r

Kenya Colony

41n

Windward Islands (Windward Federation) (Grenada, St. Vincent, Grenadines, St. Lucia, Dominica)

45s

Uganda

45t

Zanzibar

45u

Somaliland (protectorate)

45v

Nyasaland

45w

Anglo-Egyptian Sudan

45x

British Southwest Africa (formerly German Southwest Africa)

41p

Bermuda

41r

Falkland Islands

41s

South Orkney Islands (South Georgia, South Orkneys and South Sandwich Islands)

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41t

. South Shetland Islands Canada (including Newfoundland and Labrador)

46

British territories in Asia

46a

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

43

Australia

46b

Laccadlve Islands

44

New Zealand (Cook Islands, Kermad Islands and Union Islands (Tokela)

46c

45

British territories in Africa

Aden. Colony and Protectorate (Hadramaut, Kamaran, Perim, Socotra Abdul Quiri and Kuria Murla Islands)

42

46d

Bahrein Islands

50b

Monaco

46e

Ceylon (with Maldive Islands)

50c

Andorra

46f

Singapore (including Cocos or Keeling Islands, and Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean)

50d

San Marino

5 Of

Liechtenstein

46g

Hong Kong

50g

Free Territory of Trieste (FTT)

46h

British Borneo (North Borneo, Brunei and Sarawak)

51

France (including Corsica)

51a

St. Pierre and Miquelon

46k

Fiji 51b

Martinique

46m

Papua (formerly B r i t i s h New Guinea)

51c

Guadeloupe and dependencies (Marie Galante, Les Saintes, Deslrade, St. Barthelemy and St. Martin) (French West Indies, collectively)

51d

French Guiana (Cayenne) Inini

51e

French colonies in A m e r i c a

51f

French India

51g

French Indo-China (Annam, Cambodia, Cochinchlna, Tongklng, Laos) Viet Nam

51k

French possessions and protectorates in Oceania and the Eastern Pacific (Australasia and Oceania)

51m

New Caledonia and dependencies. (Isle of Pine, Loyalty Islands, Huon Islands, Chesterfield Islands, Wallis Archipelago)

5 In

Society Islands (Tahiti, Moorea-Morea; Lee•vra.rd Island-lies Sous-le-Vent)

51p

Lesser Groups (Tuamotu-Tumotu or Low Archipelago; Gambler A r c h i pelago; Marquesas; Tubual Archipelago-Austral Islands.

51r

New Hebrides

51s

Algeria (use for F r . North Africa)

46n

47

Pacific Islands, including Tonga (Friendly), Cocos (Isla de Cocos), Labuan, Solomon, P l t c a i r n , Gilbert Islands, Ellice Islands, and B r i t i s h interest in Christmas Island.

47a

British territories in Mediterranean Gibraltar

47b

Malta

47c

Cyprus

47d

St. Helena and dependencies (Diego Alvarez - Gough IslandInaccessible and Nightingale Island)

47e

Tristan da Cunha

47f

Ascension Island

47g

Seychelles

47h

Mauritius

48

Poland (including Danzig)

49

Czechoslovakia

50 50a

WESTERN CONTINENTAL EUROPE Luxembourg

5It

51u

51v

53g

French Equatorial Africa (Fr. Congo) (Gabun-Gabon; Middle Congo-Moyen Congo; UbangaShari-Oubangui-Chari; and Chad-Tchad; Brazzaville)

53h

Portuguese Guinea (Guinea Coast) (Bijagoz Islands and Bolama Isl.)

53k

Sao Thome (Sao Tome) and Principe)

53m

Landana and Cabinda

53n

Angola (Portuguese West Africa) Congo, Loanda, Benguella, Mossamedes, Huilla and Lunda)

53p

Portuguese East A f r i c a

54

Switzerland

55

Belgium

55a

Belgian Congo (Belgian Kongo)

56

Netherlands

56a

Surinam (Netherlands

56b

Netherlands West Indies (formerly Curacao) (Curacao, Bonaire, Aruba, St. Martin, St. Eustatius, Saba)

56c

Miscellaneous Islands (RiauLingga Archipelago, BangkaBanca; Billlton, Molucca, Timor Archipelago, Bali and Lombok, Netherlands New Guinea or Western New Guinea)

56d

United States of Indonesia; (formerly Netherlands Indies, Includes 56e-f-g-h) Java and Madura

French Somali Coast and dependencies (Somali Coast); Dljlbouti, Issa-Somalis; Dankali, Adaels, Ouemas, and Debenehs.

51w

Madagascar

51x

Other African Islands. Mayotte, Comoro, Reunion, Amsterdam, St, Paul, Marion, Crozet and Kerguelen.

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French West A f r i c a and the Sahara (Senegal, French Guinea, Ivory Coast, Dahomey, French Sudan, Upper Senegal and the Niger; Mauritania and Dakar)

Cape Verde Islands (Santo Antao, Sao Nlcolau, Sao Vicente, Fogo, Santiago, Boa Vista, Sal Santa, Luzia, Branco, Raso, Malo, Brava, Rei and Rombo)

52

Spain

52a

Canary Islands

52b

Spanish possession in A f r i c a

52c

Rio de Oro and Adrar (Western Sahara)

52d

Rio Muni, and Cape San Juan (Spanish Guinea)

52e

Fernando' Po, Annobon, C o r isco, and Elobey Islands.

52f

Tetuan and Ceuta; Gomera, Alhucemas, M e l l l l a ,

52g

Balearic Islands

53

Portugal

53a

Madeira

56e

53b

Azored

56f

Sumatra

53e

Mozambique

56g

Borneo

53d

Portuguese India (GQa, Damao, Diu)

56h

Celebes

53e

Macao (Macau)

57

Norway

57a

Scandinavia (57, 58, 59, 60e)

53f

Timor

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Spitsbergen (Spltzbergen)

58

Sweden

59

Denmark

59a

Greenland

59b

Faeroe (Faroe) sometime Sheep Islands

60

70

EASTERN CONTINENTAL EUROPE (including Balkans, 67, 68, 69, 81)

AFRICA (For Belgian possessions, see 55a) (For British possessions. see 45) (For French possessions. see 51s et cetera)

71

Morocco

71a

French Zone

71b

Spanish Zone

72

Tunis

73

Tripoli (Libya or Libia ) Barca Mlsurata, Bengasi, Derna, Cyrenaica

60a

Baltic States

60b

Esthonia

60c

Latvia

74

Egypt

60d

Lithuania

75

Ethiopia (Abyssinia)

60e

Finland (Aland Islands)

76

Liberia

61

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

77

Italian Colonies in East A f r i c a (Amhara, Eritrea, Galla and Sidamo, Harrar, Somaliland)

61a

Bessarabia

78

61b

Ukraine

Tanganyika Territory (Ruanda— Urundi) formerly German East A f r i c a

61c

Sakhalin Island (Russian portion)

62

Germany

62a

Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany)

62b

80

NEAR EAST

81

Greece

81a

Crete

81b

Samos

Russian Zone (East Germany)

82

Turkey

62c

Polish Administration

83

Syria

63

Austria

83a

Lebanon (Levant States)

64

Hungary

84

Palestine

65

Italy

84a

Israel

65a

Vatican City

85

66

Rumania (Roumanla)

Jordan (Hashemlte Jordan Kingdom) (formerly TransJordan

67

Albania

86

Arabia (Arab League)

68

Yugoslavia

86a

69

Bulgaria

Saudi Arabia (Kingdom of Hejas & Nejd)

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Bahrain

94

Japan

86c

Hadhramaut (Aden)

94a

Formosa, Taiwan

86d

KuSvait

94b

86e

Muscat and Oman

Sakhalin Island (Japanese portion)

95

Korea

86f

Qatar 95a

North Korea

86g

Trucial Sheikhs 95b

South Korea

e6h

Yeman Iraq (Mesopotamia)

96

Philippine Republic

87

97 88

Iran (Persia)

89

Afghanistan

Malaya (Federation of Malaya comprised of the states Pahang, Perak, Negri, Sembllan, Selangor, Johore, Kedah, P e r i l s , K e lantan, Trengganu, and the settlements Malacca and Penang (including Province of Wellesley)

99

Pacific Islands (Mandated) New Guinea, Kaiser Wllhelm's Land, Blsmark Archipelago, Solomon Islands (Bougainville, Baku), Marshall Islands, Nauru, Caroline Islands, Pelew (Palau) Islands, Marianne Is_^ lands (Ladrone Islands), Samoa (Samoan Islands, Western Samoa),Savaii,Upolu, Togoland (Togo), Little Popo, Porto Seguro, Kamerun (Cameroons) Okinawa

90

FAR EAST (including all of Asia)

90a

Bhutan

90b

Burma

90c

Nepal

90d

Pakistan (Baluchistan)

91

India

92

Thailand (Siam)

93

China

93a

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Abaco Island Abdul Quiri Island Abyssinia Acklin Island Adaels Aden Colony Adrar Afghanistan Africa Africa, British Africa, East (Italian) Africa, East (Portuguese) Africa, French Equatorial Africa, Southwest (British) Africa, West (British) Africa, West (French) Africa, West (Portuguese) , Aland Islands Alaska Albania Alberta Algeria Alhucemas America, Central America, South and Central American Samoa Amhara Amsterdam Island Andaman Islands Andorra Andros Islands Anglo-Egyptian Sudan Angola (Loanda) Anguilla (B W I) Annam Annobon Antigua (B W I) Antilles (French) Arabia Argentine Republic Armenia Aruba Ascension Island Asia 0 ,.. Asia (British) Austral Islands Australasia and Oceania (French). Australia , Austria Aserbaljan Azores

Bahamas 41e 4Bc Bahrein Islands 75 Baku Island 41f Balearic Islands 51v Bali 46c Balken States (Albania, Bulgaria, 52c Greece, Yugoslavia) 89 Baltic Provinces 70 Bangka (Banca) Island 45 Barbados 77 Barbary States 53p Barbuda 51u Barca Basutoland 45x Bechuanaland 45g Belgian Congo (Kongo) 51t Belgium 53n Bengasi 60e llh Benguella Bermudas 67 Berry Islands 42 Bessarabia 51s Bhutan 52f Bijagos Island^ 13 Billiton Island 20 Blsmark Archipelago He Boa Vista Island 77 Bolama Island 51x Bolivia 46a 50c ^onaire Borneo, British 41f Borneo, Dutch 45w Bougainville Island 53n Branco Island 41k 51g tkkMiHi 52e Brava Island 41k Brazil : 51b British Borneo 86 British Colonies In America 35 British Columbia 61 British East Africa 56b British Guiana 47f British Honduras 9U British New Guinea..... 46 British South Africa 51p British Southwest Africa 51k British West Africa 43 British West Indies 63 Brunei... 61 Bulgaria 53b Burma..... 1-

41f 46d 99 52g 58c 60 60a 58c 41g 72 41k 73 45d 45e 55a 55 73 53n 41p 41f 61 90a 53|i 56c 99 53g 53h 24 56b_ 48h 58g 99 53g

Bonin Islitndi

H 53g 32 48h_ 45h 41b 3 ritish 42 Cameroon 45p (Protect 4ld orate) 41c 46m 45b 45x 45g 41e 46h 69 90b

Cabinda - Fogo Island Cabinda 53m Caicos Islands 41h Cambodia..> 51 h Except ^^^^2imeToons...Ji.K&:aeTuiL) 51u portion Canada ,. 42 under Canal Zone, United States llf British Canary Islands 52a Protect Cape of Good Hope Colony 45a orate Cape San Juan b2d Cape Verde Islands 53g Caroline Islands 99 Cat Island 41f Caucasus 61 Caribbean A r e a 41b Cayenne 51d Cayman Islands 41h Celebes 56h Central A m e r i c a 13 Ceuta 52f Ceylon 46e Chad - Tchad 51u Chandernagore 51f Chesterfield Islands 51m Chile 25 China 93 Chosen (Korea) 95 Christmas Island (Indian Ocean)... 46f Christmas Islands (Pacific " X... 46n Cochinchlna 51g Cocos-Keeling Islands 46f Colombia 21 Comoro Islands , 51x Congo, Belgian 55a Congo, French , 51u Congo, Portuguese 53n Cook Islands 44 Corisco Island 52e Corsica 51 Costa R i c a 18 Crete 81a Croatia 68 Crooked Island. 41f Crozet Island 51x Cuba 37 Curel)f alsTahd 1 If Curacao 56b Cyprus 47 c Cyrenica 73 Czechoslovakia 49 Dahomey Dakar

51t 51t

Damao 53d Dankall 51v Danzig, Free Cit> of 48 Debenehs 51v Denmark 59 Derna 73 Desirade 51c Diego Alvarez Island 47d Diu 53d Djibouti 51v Dominica Island 41n Dominican Republic 39 Dutch East Indies (See U.S. of Indonesia) 56d Dutch Guiana 56a Dutch West Indies 56b East A f r i c a , British 45p East A f r i c a , German (former).... 78 East A f r i c a , Italian 77 East A f r i c a , Portuguese 53p East Germany 62b East Indies, Dutch (Se3 U . S. of Indonesia) 56d Eastern Pacific (French I Possessions) 51k Eastern Pacific (French Possess) 51k Ecuador ... 22 Egypt 74 Eire 40a E l Salvador 16 Eleuthera 41f Elobey Islands 52e England 41 E l l i c e Islands 46n E r i t r e a . .".Qh^ngfid..t,©..75a{.9A&/52)77 Estonia (Esthonia) 60b Ethiopia 75 Europe 40 Europe, Eastern Continental 60 Europe, Western Continental 5U Exuma Islands 41f Falkland Islanda F a r East F a e f be (Faroe) Islands Federated Malay States Fernando Po Island Fiji Finland Flume Flamenco Island Fogo Island

4ir 90 59b 97 52e 46k 60e 65 llf 53g

Formosa - Ivory Coast (French) Formosa France Free City of Danzig French Antilles French Colonies in America French Congo French Equatorial A f r i c a French Guiana French Guinea French India French Indo-China

94a 51 48 51b 51e 51u 51u 51d 51t 51f 51g

French North A f r i c a French possessions (Oceania and Eastern Pacific) French Somali Coast French Sudan French West A f r i c a French West Indies French Zone (Morocco) Friendly Islands

51s 51k 51v 51t 51t 51c 71a 46n

Gabun (Gabon). 51u Galapagos Islands 22 Galla 77 Gambia 45n Gambier Archipelago 51p Georgia 61 German East A f r i c a (former) 78 German P a c i f i c colonies and dependencies (former) 99 German Southwest A f r i c a (former) 45x Germany 62 Germany, East (Russian Zone) .... 62b Germany, West (U.S., B r i t , and French Zones) 82a Germany, Polish Administration.. 62c Gibraltar 47a Gilbert Islands 46n Goa 53d Gold Coast 45k Gomera 52f Gough Island 47d Great Bahama Island 41f Great Britain 41 Great Inagua Island 41f Greece 81 Greenland 59a Grenada 41n

Grenadines Guadeloupe

41n 51c

Guam Guatemala Guiana, British Guiana, Netherlands Guiana, French Guinea Coast (Portuguese) Guinea, French Guinea, Portuguese Guinea, Spanish ^

lid 14 41d 56a 51d 53h 51t 53h 52d

Hadramaut Island 86c Haiti 38 Harbour Island 41f Harrar 77 Hashemlte Jordan Kingdom (see Jordan)... 85 Hawaii Ua Hebrides, New (French) 51r Hejaz 86a Hlspaniola (Haiti)... , 38 Honduras 15 Honduras, B r i t i s h ,. 41c Hong Kong 46 g Huilla 53n Hungary 64 Huon Islands 51m Iceland lies Sous-le-Vent (Leeward Isl,).. Inaccessible Island Inagua Island India India, French India, Portuguese Indies, Netherlands (See U.S, of Indonesia) Indo-China, French Indonesia, United States of Inini Iran Iraq Ireland Ireland, Northern Irish Free State (Eire) Isle of Pines, Cuba Isle of Pines (French) Israel Issa - Somalls Italian East A f r i c a Italy..... Ivory Coast (French)

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40b 51n 47d 41f 91 51f 53d 56d 51g 56d 5Id 88 87 40a 41a 40a 37 51m 84a 51v 77 65 51t

Jamaica - Moyen-Congo Jamaica Japan Java Johore Jordan Jugo-Slavia (See Yugoslavia)

41h 94 56e 97 85 68

Luanda Luxembourg (Luxemburg) Luzia

53n 50a 53g

Macao (Macau) 53e Macedonia 60 Madagascar 51w Madeira 53a Kaiser Wllhelm's Land 99 Madura 56e Except thal^amaran.... 46c Mahe 5If portion —Kamerun...(CameroQa«j. 51TI Malo Island.. 53g tmder Karikal 5 If Malacca 97 British Kedah 97 Malay States, Federated and Protect- Keeling Islands 46f Unfederated 97 orat^ Kelantan 97 Maldive Islands changed... 946e'' {^62) 5A Kenya Colony 45r Malta 47b f Kermadec Islands 44 Manchuria 93a , Kerguelen Islands 51x Manitoba 42 Khartoum Belgian.'..'. ..'. 5.l3h 55a Manua Islands ^ e Q., Kongo, French 51u Marianne Islands 95~ Marcus Kongo, Portuguese 53n Marie Galante 51c igiand' Korea 95 Marion Island 51x Korea, North 95a Marquesas Islands 51p Korea, South 95b Marshall Islands 99 Kure Island 11a Martinique 51]| Kuria Muria Islands 46c Mashonaland 45c ^ ^ Kuwait (Nejd) 86d Matabeleland 45c Labrador. 42 Mauritania 51t Labuan Island 46n Mauritius 47h Laccadlve Islands 46b Mayaguana Island 41f Ladrone Islands 99 Mayotte Islands 51x Landana , 53m Mediterranean colonies (British).- 47 Laos 51 j llf^i^jj^^rrsmean Countries (Generaiglgj*70a Latvia 60c Mesopotamia 87 Lebanon 83a Mexico 12 Leeward Federation 41k Middle Congo 51u Leeward Island 51n Miquelon 51a Leeward Islands 41k Mlsurata 73 Les Saintes 51c Molucca (Molukka) Islands 56c Lettland ,. 60c Monaco 50b Levant States 83a Mongolia 93 Liberia 76 Montenegro (discontinued) see Libya (Libia) 73 Yugosla-via 68 Liechtenstein 50f Montserrat Island 41k Lithuania 60d Moorea (Morea) Island 51n hmei?opo.:A.]zz.v..zA...... 5at T^oi-ant C ay s 41 h Loanda 53n Morocco - 71 .Lombok Island 56c Morocco, French Zone 71a Long Island 41f Morocco, Spanish Zone 71B Low Archipelago 51p Mossamedes 53n Loyalty Islands 51ni Moyen-Congo,. 51u

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Mozambique - Rio de Oro Mozambique Muscot (Maskat) Nairobi .......jv,^; %aos Island Zflf Nauxna Island Natal Near East Negri Majppo _Nejd Islands _Nepal 940 Netherlands Netherlands Indies (See U.S. of Indonesia) Netherlands New Guinea , Netherlands West Indies Nevis Island New Brunswick ,, New Caledonia Newfoundland New Guinea, B r i t i s h New Guinea, German New Guinea, Western (Netherlands) New Hebrides (French) New Providence Island New South Wales New Zealand Nicaragua Nicobar Islands Niger (French) inclii-ding Nigeria t h a t portion^ Nightingale Island of the Norfolk Island Ga.neroons North Borneo under 3 r i t i s h P r o t e c t - North Korea Northern Ireland orate Northern T e r r i t o r y , A u s t r a l i a , . Northwest territories, Canada... Norway Nova Scotia Nyasaland Noumea Ocean Island Oceania (French) Okinawa Oman Ontario Orange Free State Orkney Islands, Soq^h Oubangui-Chari

53c 86e

Ouemas

Pacific Islands, British 45r . .Pahang Pakistan llf Palau Islands 99 Palestine 45a Palmyra Island 80 Panama 97 Panama Canal Zone 86a Pan-America 90c Papua 56 Paraguay Pedro Cays 56d Pelew Islands 56c Penang Island 56b Perak 41k Perico Island..., 42 51m P e r i m Island PerUs 42 46m P e r s i a (Iran' Peru... 99 Philippines, The Republic of 56c Pines, Isle of (Cuba) 51r Pines, Isle of (French) Pitcairn Island 41f Poland , 43 Polish Administration (Germany) 44 Pondichery 17 Porto Rico 46a Porto Seguro 51t Portugal 45h Portuguese East A f r i c a 47d Portuguese Guinea 44 Portuguese India 46h Portuguese West A f r i c a 95a Prince Edward Island 41a Principe 43 Puerto Rico 42 57 Quebec 42 Queensland 45v 51m Ragged Island Raso Island 11a Redonda Island 51k Rei Island Qkc Reunion Island 86e Rhodes Island (Rodi) 42 Rhodesia , 45a Riau-Lingga Archipelago 41s Rio de Oro 51u - 5-

5iv 46n 97 90d 99 84 11a 19 Ul 20 46m 34 41h 99 46f 46e t o 97 ^ llf 46c 97 88 23 96 37 51i|i 46n 48 62c 51f 11c 5It 53 53p 53h 53d 53n 42 53k He 42 43 41f 53g 4}^ 53g 51x 65 45c 56c 52c

Rio Muni (Spanish Guinea) - Syria

Rio Muni (Spanish Guinea) Rombo Island Ruanda-Urundl Rum Cay Roumanla (Rumania) Russia ( U S S R ) Ruthenla Eyuiyu Islande (Oklnava) Saar Basin Saba Island Saghalien Island (See Sakhalin Island) Sahara (French) Sahara, Western St. Antonio Island St. Barthelemy Island St. Christopher Island St. Croix Island St. Eustatius Island St. Helena Island St. John Island St. Kitts Island St. Lucia Island ^ St. Martin Island (Dutch) St. Martin Island (French) St. Nicolas Island St. Paul Island St, Pierre St, Thomas Island St. Vincent Island Sakhalin Island (Japanese) Sakhalin Island (Russian) Sal Island Salvador Samoa, American Samoa (Samoan Islands) Samos San Marino San Salvador Island Santa Luzia Island Santiago Island Santo Antao Islana Sao Nlcolau Island Sao Thome (Sao Tome) Sao Vicente Island S a r a w a k ^ r r T r r r r v i v r ^ w . . . . . . . rrrrTrr. v. . .

Saskatchewan Saudi Arabia Savaii Scandinavia Scotland

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52d 53h 78 41f 66 81 49 9kc 62 56b 5U 52c 53g 51c 41k llg 56b 47d llg 41k 41n 56b 51c 53g 51x 51a llg 41n 94b 61c 53g 16 lie 99 81b 50d 41f 53g 53g 53g 53g 53k 53g 46h

42 86a 99 57a 41

Selangor Sembilan Senegal, French Senegal, Upper (French) Senegambia Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, Kingdom of - (Yugoslavia) Seychelles Sheep islands Shetland Islands, South Siam (See Thailand) Siberia Sidamo Sierra Leone Singapore Island Slav countries, use Society Islands Socotra Island Solomon Islands, B r i t i s h Solomon Islands, German Somali Coast (French) Somaliland (Italian) Somaliland Protectorate (Br.) Somalis Sombrero Island South A f r i c a South A m e r i c a (South of Rio Grande) South Australia South Georgia Island South Korea South Orkney Islands South Shetland Islands South Sandwich Islands Southern Nigeria Southwest A f r i c a , formerly German Spain , Spanish Guinea , Spanish possessions in A f r i c a Spanish Zone (Morocco) Spitsbergen (Spltzbergen) Straits Settlements Sudan, Anglo-Egyptian ,.. Sumatra , Surinam ......iv.. Swains Island Sweden Switzerlajid Syria

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97 97 51t 51t 51t 68 47g 59b 41t 92 61 77 45m 46f 68 51n 46c 46n 99 51v 77 45u 51v 41^ 45a 20 43 44m 95b 44m 44n 44m 48m 45x 52 52d 52b 71b 57b 46f 45w 56f 56a He 58 54 83

Taiwan - Zanzibar Taiwan 94a Tahiti , 5In Tanganyika Territory 78 Tangier Zone (Morocco) 71 Tasmania 43 Tchad 51u Tetuan 52f Thailand 92 Tibet 93b Timor 53f Timor Archipelago 56c Tobago Island 41m Togoland (Togo^; I^JJJg^. f A f f f J ^ Tokelau Islands44 Tonga Islands 46n Tongking 51g Transjordan (See Jordan) 85 Transvaal , 45a Trengganu 97 Trinidad Island 41m Trieste, Free City of 50g Tripoli 73 Tristan de Cunha ,, 47e Trucial Coast 86g Tuamotu (Tumotu) ,.. 51p Tubuai Archipelago 51p Tunisia. 72 Turkey 82 Turks Island 41h Tutuilft (American Samoa) lie Tyrol 65 Ubanga-Shari 51u Uganda , 45s Ukraine 61b Union Islands 44 Union of South A f r i c a ,, 45a Union of Soviet Socialist Republics 61 United Kingdom 41 United States of A m e r i c a 11

United States of Indonesia Upolu Upper Senegal Uruguay

56d 99 51t 33

Vatican City 65a Venezuela 31 Victoria. 43 Viet Nam 51g Virgin Islands (B W I) 41k Virgin Islands (US) llg Volcano Islands 94.0 Wales 41 Wallis Archipelago 51m Watling's Island 41f West A f r i c a , B r i t i s h 45g West A f r i c a , French 51t West A f r i c a , Portuguese 53n West Germany... 62a West Indian Republics 36 West Indies, British -416 West Indies, Netherlands 56b Western Australia 43 Western Hemisphere 10 Western New Guinea | (Netherlands) 56c Western Sahara 52c Weste.^'n Samoa 99 Windward Federation 41n Windward Islands (lies du Vent),.. 41n World, The 00 Yanaon Yemen Yugoslavia Yukon Yunan Zaffarin Islands Zanzibar

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I l l 115 115h 115m 121 116 117 122 123 125 127 131 133 133h 134 (393) 135 137 137d 137h 138 140 139 141 143 145 146 146b 146h 146m 146p 147 151 153

Avlona Baghdad Bahia Blanca Bahia (Brazil) Bamberg Bangkok Barbados Barcelona Barmen Barranquilla Basel Basra Batavia Batum (Tiflis) Beira Beirut Belem Belfast Belgrade Belize Belleville Bello Horizonte Benghazi Bergen Berlin Barn Biarritz Bilbao L rmingham Bizerta Blueflelds Bogota Boma Bombay

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235 237 239 241 243 , 244 245

Burslem (Stoke-on Trent) Bushire Cadiz Calmanera Cairo Calais Calcutta Calgary Cali Callao - Lima Camaguey Campbellton Canton Cape Graclas a'Dlos.... Cape Haitien Capetown Caracas Cardiff Caripito Carlsbad Cartagena Casablanca Castellamare di Stabia Catania Cayenne Cebu Ceiba Cette ,. Ceuta Changchun Changsha Charlottetown Chefoo , Chemnitz Chengyang

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247 247h 248 249 253 255 257 261 262 263 264 265 267 271 273 275 276 277 279 281 283 283h 284 285 286 286h 287 288_ 288h 288m 289 291 293 295 (953)

Cherbourg Chiang Mai Chihuahua. Christiania (Oslo) Chrlstlansand Chrlstlansand Chungking Cienfuegos Cuidad Bolivar Ciudad Juarez Ciudad Obregon Ciudad P o r f i r i o Diaz (Piedras Negras Ciudad Trujlllo Coatzacoalcos Coblenz (Koblenz) Coburg Cochabamba Cognac Cologne Colombo Colon Concepcion Constantinople (Istanbul) Constanza Copenhagen Corinto Cork (Cobh, Queenstown) Cornwall Corumba Corunna Cucuta Curacao Curitiba Dacca Dairen (Dalny) Dakar.. Dalny Damascus Danzig Dar-es-Salaam Darwin Dawson,, Dhahran Diarbekir Dresden Dublin Dundee Dunfermline Dunkirk (France),.,. Durango Durban Edinburgh ,., Edmonton..,. Elbenstock

296 296h 298 311 312 312 313 315 316 317 319 321 (843) (744) 322 323 324 325 327 331 333 334 335 336 337 341 343 345 345h 346 346h 347 348 349 351 (423) (351) 352 350 352g 352h 353 353h 354 355 357 361 363 3C4 365 367 371 371h 372

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372h 373 375 376 (474) 377 381 383 384 385

Fortaleza Fort de France Fore Erie Fort William and Port Arthur Foynes Frankfort-on-Maln Frederica , Frederlcton Freetown Freiberg Frontera (Alvaro Obregon) Funchal , Gdansk Gdynia , Geneva Genoa Georgetown

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389 390h 391 395 391h 391m 392 393 394 (350) 396 397 411 413

415 417 419 421 422 422h 423 425 426 427 431 433 435 437 439 441 442 442h 443 445 447 451 455 456 457 459 461

Harput Havre Helslngborg Helsinki (Helsingfors) Hermoslllo Hobart Hong Kong Horta (Fayal) , Huddersfleld Huelva. Hull Iquique Iqultos Irkutsk Iskenderun Istanbul Izmir ; Jerez de la Frontera Jerusalem Johannesburg Kabul Kalgan Karachi Kaunas Kehl Keijo Kleff Kingston, Jamaica , Kingston, Ontario Kobe Koblenz Koldlng..,, Konigsberg Koritza Kovno (Kaunas) Krakow Kuala Lumpur Kunming Kweilin Lagos La Gualra Lahore L a Paz, Mexico L a Paz, Bolivia La Rochelle Las Palmas Lausanne Leeds Leghorn Leipzig Lemberg Leningrad , Leopoldville , Liege ,

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463 465 468 466 467 471 473 474 475 476 477 481 483 485 486 (335) (873) 487 491 493 493h 494 497 (522m) 513 (853) 514 515 • 517 521 (322) 522 522d 522h 522m 522n 522p (99 Ih) 522q 523 525 526 527 527h 528 529 530 531 533 535 536 536d 536h 537

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Monterrey Montevideo Montreal Moscow .Vlukden , Munich Murmansk Nagasaki Nagoya , Nairobi Nancy Nanking Nantes. Naples Narvik Nassau Natal...... Newcastle, N.S.W Newcastle-on-Tyne Newchwang Niagra Falls Nice Nicosia Nogales Norkoplng North Bay Nottingham Noumea Nueva Gerona Nuevitas Nuevo Laredo Nuremberg. Odense Odessa Omsk Oporto Oran , Orillia Oruro Osaka Oslo Osorno Ottawa Owen Sound Padang Palermo Palma de Mallorca Panama City Para Paramaribo Paris Patras Peiping (Peking) Penang

623 625 627 631 633 635 636 641 640 642 642h 643 645 647 649 651 652 653 655 657 661 663 664 665 666 666h 667 668 669 670 671 673 675 677 678 679 680 681 682 682h (311) 682m 683 685 687 691 692 693 695 696 697 711 714 712

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