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monitor (a) Distri ofices are addresses:
Cumberlan Adams, Berk:
land, Daup Lehigh, MC Perry, Phil Kent and Sus All except Di Clarke, Fairfe
Rappahann Barbour, Ber Harrison, J. Monongalia
Randolph, All except Dis All except Dis All except Dis All counties.
Territory within district
Address of the Engineer
11849 South Broadway, Los Arizona.
Angeles, Calif., 90014. California.
1245–7th Ave., San Diego,
Nevada. 12 Customhouse (555 Battery California.
St.), San Francisco, Calif., Nevada.
&W, Main St., Portland, Oregon..
Washington 14 Federal Office Bldg. (First Idaho.....
A re. and Marion), Seattle
Washington 15 New Customhouse (19th be Colorado
tween California and Stout Utah
Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, San
Wahkiakum. Benewah, Bonner, Boundary, Clearwater, Idaho
Kootenai, Latah, Lewis, Nez Perce, Shoshone. All counties. All except District 13. All counties.
Do. Banner, Box Butte, Cheyenne, Dawes, Deuel,
Garden, Kimball, Morrill, Scotts Bluff, Sheridan, Sioux. All counties. Butte, Custer, Fall River, Lawrence, Meade,
Pennington, Shannon, Washabaugh. All counties. Alger, Baraga, Chippewa, Delta, Dickinson,
Gogebic, Houghton, Iron, Keweenaw, Luce,
nagon, and Schoolcsaft.
Delaware, Des Moines, Dubuque, Fayette, Henry, Jackson, Johnson, Jones, Lee, Linn, Louisa, Muscatine, Scott, Washington, and
Winneshiek. Brown, Calumet, Columbia, Crawford, Dane,
Dodge, Door, Fond du Lac, Grant, Green, Iowa, Jefferson, Kenosha, Kewaunee, Lafayette, Manitowoc, Marinette, Milwaukee, Oconto, Outagamie, Ozaukee, Racine, Rich. land, Rock, Sauk, Sheboygan, Walworth, Washington, Waukesha, and Winnebago. All counties except District 19. Bath, Bell, Boone, Bourbon, Boyd, Bracken,
Breathitt, Campbell, Carter, Clark, Clay, Elliott, Estill, Fayette, Fleming, Floyd, Franklin, Gallatin, Garrard, Grant, Greenup, Harlan, Harrison, Jackson, Jessamine, John. son, Kenton, Knott, Knox, Laurel, Lawrence, Lee, Leslie, Letcher, Lewis, Lincoln, Madison, Magoffin, Martin, Mason, McCreary, Menifee, Montgomery, Morgan, Nicholas, Owen, Owsley, Pendleton, Perry, Pike, Powell, Pulaski, Robertson, Rockcastle, Rowan, Scott, Wayne, Whitley, Woll, and 'Woodford. All counties. All counties except District 18. All counties except District 4. All except District 2. All except District 3.
Kentucky.. 19 New Federal Bldg., Detroit Kentucky..
West Virginia » Port Omce Bldg., Buffalo, New York. N.Y., 14203.
Pennsylvania.. 21 P.O. Box 1021, Federal Bldg., Hawaii and outlying
Honolulu, Hawaii, 96808. Pacific possessions. 22 P.O. Bor 2087, Federal Bldg., Puerto Rico.
San Juan, P.R., 00903. Virgin Islands 2 P.O. Bos 614, U.S. P.O. and Alaska..
Courthouse Bidr., Anchor
arm, Alaska, 99501. 21101 Pennsylvania Ave. NW... District of Columbia
Room 10119, Washington, and 10 miles beyond
the boundary of the
(b) The Marine Ofices are located at the following addresses: Marine Office, 221 N. Howard Ave., Spradlin
Bldg., Tampa, Florida, 33606. Marine Office, 356 West 5th Street, San
Pedro, California, 90731. (c) The Class A monitoring stations are located at the following addresses: Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Box 89, Allegan, Michigan, 49010. Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Box 788, Grand Island, Nebraska, 68801. Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Box 632, Kingsville, Texas, 78363. Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Box 31, Laurel, Maryland, 20810. Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Box 989, Livermore, California, 94551. Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Box 374, Canandaigua, New York, 14424. Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Box 5165, Portland, Oregon, 97216. Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Box 98, Powder Springs, Georgia, 30073. Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Box 2215, Santa Ana, California, 92704. Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Box 1035, Waipahu, Hawaii, 96797. Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Box 5098, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33315. (d) The Class B monitoring stations are located at the following addresses: Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Box 810, Fairbanks, Alaska, 99701. Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Box 251, Chillicothe, Ohio, 45601. Federal Communications Commission, Am
brose Monitoring Station, P.O. Box 6310,
Denison, Texas, 75021. Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Box 191, Spokane, Washington, 99200. Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Box 1101, Douglas, Arizona, 85607. Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Annex, Box 6303, Anchorage, Alaska,
99502. (e) The Class C monitoring stations are located at the following addresses: Federal Communications Commission, P.O.
Box 64, Prospect Harbor, Maine (Winter Harbor), 04669. (f) An examination office for amateur operator license applicants is located at 334 York Street, Gettysburg, Pa. [28 F.R. 12392, Nov. 22, 1963, as amended at 29 F.R. 8172, June 27, 1964; 30 F.R. 8837, July 14, 1965) SAFETY AND SPECIAL RADIO SERVICES
BUREAU 8 0.131 Functions of the Bureau.
The Safety and Special Radio Services Bureau assists, advises and makes recom
mendations to the Commission with respect to the development of a safety and special services regulatory program and is responsible for carrying out that program except insofar as functions are specifically delegated to other bureaus or staff oñces of the Commission. The Bureau performs the following functions:
(a) Issues authorizations for radio stations in the safety and special radio services.
(b) Initiates rule making proceedings in the safety and special radio services.
(c) Participates in international conferences with respect to safety and spe, cial radio services.
(d) Studies frequency requirements in the safety and special radio services and makes recommendations with respect to the allocation of frequencies and the drafting of frequency assignment plan: for safety and special radio services.
(e) Collaborates with Federal and State governmental agencies and industry groups interested in the problems o safety and special radio services.
(f) Studies technical requirements fo equipment in accordance with standard established by the Ofice of the Chie Engineer.
(g) Plans and executes a safety an special services enforcement program, in cluding educational campaigns ducted in collaboration with the Fiel Engineering Bureau.
(h) Performs all other functions o activities essential to the regulation d safety and special radio services: Pro vided, however, That all matters comin within the scope of Title II of the Com munications Act of 1934, as amende are within the jurisdiction of the Con mon Carrier Bureau.
(i) Exercises such authority as may assigned or referred by the Commissid pursuant to section 5(d) of the Commy nications Act of 1934, as amended. $ 0.132 Units in the Bureau.
The Safety and Special Radio Servic Bureau is divided into the followin units:
(a) Office of the Bureau Chief.
(b) Legal, Policy, and Enforceme. Office.
(c) Aviation Radio Division.
(g) Amateur and Citizens Radio D vision.
$0.133 Office of the Bureau Chief. dustrial and the land transportation The Office of the Bureau Chief plans,
radio services, except for enforcement directs, and coordinates the functions
matters ($ 0.134). of the Bureau. It is composed of the $ 0.139 Amateur and Citizens Radio Di. immediate offices of the Chief and the vision. Assistant Chief of the Bureau, and
The Amateur and Citizens Radio Dithe Office of the Administrative As
vision is responsible for all functions insistant. The Office of the Adminis
dicated in the statement contained in trative Assistant is responsible for
$ 0.131, insofar as such functions pertain the administrative program and the
to the amateur and the citizens radio forms and procedure program of the
services, the disaster communications Bureau.
service, and the radio amateur civil $ 0.134 Legal, Policy, and Enforcement emergency service, except for enforceOffice.
ment matters ($ 0.134), The Legal, Policy, and Enforcement OFFICE OF HEARING EXAMINERS Office advises the Bureau Chief on legal,
$ 0.151 Functions of the Office. legislative, and policy matters; advises the Chiefs of the Divisions on legal mat
The Office of Hearing Examiners conters of unusual complexity; performs sists of a Chief Hearing Examiner, an legal work affecting the Bureau as a Assistant Chief Hearing Examiner, and whole; coordinates rule making pro as many other Hearing Examiners qualiposed and drafted within the Bureau;
fied and appointed pursuant to the studies general developments pertaining requirements of section 11 of the Adto the radio uses within the Bureau's ministrative Procedure Act as the Comresponsibility; executes special assign mission may find necessary. It is responments for the Bureau Chief of a legal or
sible for hearing and conducting all policy character; and plans and executes adjudicatory cases designated for any the enforcement program for the Bureau. evidentiary adjudicatory hearing other
than those designated to be heard by the $ 0.135 Aviation Radio Division.
Commission en banc or by one or more The Aviation Radio Division is respon members of the Commission, and for such sible for all functions indicated in the other hearings as the Commission may statement contained in $ 0.131, insofar assign. as such functions pertain to aviation
$ 0.152 Responsibilities of the Chief radio and safety matters, except for
Hearing Examiner. enforcement matters ($ 0.134).
The Chief Hearing Examiner and, in $0.136 Marine Radio Division.
his absence, an Acting Chief Hearing The Marine Radio Division is respon Examiner appointed by the Chief Hearcble for all functions indicated in the ing Examiner, have the following adminstatement contained in 3 0.131, insofar as istrative responsibilities: such functions pertain to marine radio (a) To coordinate and supervise adand safety services, to scheduled weather
ministratively the activities of the Office
of Hearing Examiners. transmission, and to the Alaskan serv
(b) To prepare and maintain hearing lors, except for enforcement matters
calendars, showing the time and place of 1 0.134).
the commencement of hearings. $0.137 Public Safety Radio Division. (c) To receive, correlate and approve The Public Safety Radio Division is re
recommendations of the Hearing Ex
aminers of the Commission on matters sponsible for all functions indicated in the statement contained in $ 0.131, inso
relating to changes in rules and regulafaz as such functions pertain to the
tions governing hearing procedures, and public safety radio services, except for
recommend to the Commission desirable
changes in said rules and regulations to entorcement matters ($ 0.134).
promote the simplified and expeditious $0.138 Industrial Radio Division. conduct of proceedings.
The Industrial Radio Division is re (d) To require and prepare reports, porsible for all functions indicated in statistical data and other information te statement contained in $ 0.131, inso requested or required by the U.S. Civil ist as such functions pertain to the in Service Commission or other offices or
agencies of the U.S. Governnient concerned with the proper operation of the Office of Hearing Examiners.
(e) To serve, upon instruction of the Commission or the Chairman, as liaison for the Commission and the Office of Hearing Examiners in the making of appropriate arrangements for the securing of advice or information from representatives of other agencies, bar associations, and other interested persons in connection with the formulation and improvement of administrative procedures and practices applicable to the Commission's proceedings.
(f) To exercise such authority as may be assigned to him by the Commission pursuant to section 5(d) of the Communications Act, as amended.
REVIEW BOARD $ 0.161 Functions of the Board.
The Review Board is a permanent body with continuing functions, composed of three or more Commission employees designated by the Commission. The Board reviews initial decisions and other hearing matters referred to it by the Commission, takes original action on certain interlocutory matters which arise during the course of heari proceedings, and performs such additional duties not inconsistent with these functions as may be assigned to it by the Commission.
OFFICE OF OPINIONS AND REVIEW $ 0.171 Functions of the Office.
The Office of Opinions and Review is composed of legal, engineering, accounting, and other personnel and is headed by a Chief. It assists and makes recommendations to the Commission, and to individual commissioners designated to review initial decisions, in the disposition of matters arising in cases of adjudication (as defined in the Administrative Procedure Act and such other cases as by Commission policy are handled in the same manner) which have been designated for hearing. DEFENSE AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
FUNCTIONS $ 0.181 The Defense Commissioner.
A Defense Commissioner and two Alternate Defense Commissioners are designated by the Commission. The Defense Commissioner directs the defense activities of the Commission and has the following duties and responsibilities:
(a) To keep the Commission informed as to significant developments in the field of emergency preparedness, defense mobilization, and any defense activities that involve formulation or revision of Commission policy in any area of responsibility of the Commission.
(b) To represent the Commission in national defense matters requiring conferences or communications with other governmental officers, departments, or agencies.
(c) To act as the Defense Coordinator in representations with other agencies with respect to planning for the continuity of the essential functions of the Commission under national emergency conditions, and to serve as the principal representative of the Commission to the Interagency Emergency Planning Committee of the Office of Emergency Planning.
(d) To serve as the principal representative of the Commission to the Interagency Civil Defense Committee of the Office of Civil Defense, Department of the Army.
(e) To serve as the principal point of contact for the Commission on all matters pertaining to the National Communications System.
(f) To take such measures as will assure continuity of the Commission's functions under any foreseeable circumstances with a minimum of interruption.
(g) In the event of enemy attack, or the imminent threat thereof, or other disaster resulting in the inability of the Commission to function at its offices in Washington, D.C., to assume all of the duties and responsibilities of the Commission and the Chairman, until relieved or augmented by other Commissioner: or members of the staff, as set forth ir $$ 0.186 and 0.383.
(h) To perform such other duties and assume such other responsibilities re lated to the Commission's defense activi ties as may be necessary for the conti nuity of functions and the protection o personnel and property of the Commis sion. (29 F.R. 14664, Oct. 28, 1964) $ 0.182 Executive Director.
Under the general direction of the De fense Commissioner, and with the advic and assistance of the heads of the ser eral bureaus and offices, the Executiv Director coordinates the defense activ ties of the Commission, and has the fo lowing duties and responsibilities.