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$ 0.413 General information office.
(d) The The Office of Reports and Information
Rooms, lo is located in the New Post Office Building.
11th Stree Here the public may obtain copies of
following: public notices of Commission actions, formal documents adopted by the Com (1) A mission and other public releases, as they
by commor are issued. Back issues of public releases
219(a) of are available for inspsction in this Office.
(2) The Copies of fact sheets which answer re
interstate curring questions about the Commis
communica sion's functions may be obtained from
203 of the this Office.
rangements $ 0.415 Public reference rooms.
suant to se Public reference rooms are main
munications tained by the Commission where the
(4) All a public may inspect any material which
rier authoris is available for public inspection in ac radio, and fi cordance with $ 0.417. Unless otherwise
(e) The E indicated, these rooms are located in
of the Tech the New Post Office Building, 13th Street
of the Chief and Pennsylvania Avenue NW., Wash may inspect ington, D.C. They are as follows:
(f) The E (a) The Broadcast and Docket Refer
Notification ence Room. Here the public may in
Allocation a spect all broadcast applications and files
of Chief Eng relating thereto, lists described in
inspect the $$ 0.419, 0.421, and 0.425, dockets relat Commission. ing to all Commission matters which (g) The T have been designated for hearing or
of the Techr which are the subject of rule making pro
of the Chief ceedings, any other docketed matters, may inspect and undocketed petitions for rule
(lists of typ making.
cepted equip (b) The public may inspect all safety $ 0.417 Insr and special applications and files re
(a) Subject lating thereto at the offices of the Divi
tions 4(j) an sions of the Safety and Special Radio
tions Act of 19 Services Bureau which process such ap
ing Commissi plications. The categories of radio sta
available for p tions in the Safety and Special Radio
(1) Tariff Services, and the Divisions concerned
filed under sec therewith, are listed in $ 1.951 of this
cations Act, a chapter. The Marine Radio Division, nection therev the Public Safety Radio Division, and tions related t the Amateur and Citizens Radio Division (2) Valuatic are located in the 1101 Building, 11th tion 213 of te Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW., including exh Washington, D.C. In addition, a com therewith, unl plete file concerning amateur radio the Commissio operators is available for inspection in pursuant to se the Amateur License Reference Room, munications Ac which also is located in the 1101 Build (3) Annual ing.
quired to be fi: (c) Information concerning applica the Communica tions filed by commercial radio operators (4) Contracts may be obtained at the 1101 Building,
rangements bet 11th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue suant to section NW., Washington, D.C.
cations Act, exc
(d) The Common Carrier Reel idential by the Commission pursuant to tive Procedure Act, however, the Eormation Rooms, located in the 1101 E secton 412 of the Act. The Commission
Commission may, upon a finding of good Building. 11th Street and Pennsylvania I will give appropriate consideration to a cause, either on its own motion or on copies of NW. Here the public may inter petition filed by any person showing that motion of any participant in the rule actions, following: any such contract, agreement, or ar
making proceeding, designate any of the he Com (1) All annual and other reporte rangement relates to foreign wire or material in this paragraph as not for 5, as they
by common carriers pursuant to get radio communication; that its publica public inspection. e releases 219 (a) of the Communications & tion would place American communica
(7) All minutes of Commission actions is Ofice.
(2) The schedules for all chartstion companies at a disadvantage in except for minutes of classified matters swer re
interstate and foreign wire of it meeting the competition of foreign com (pursuant to section 4(j) of the ComCommiscommunications filed pursuant to bene
munication companies; and that the munications Act) and executive matters 203 of the Communications Act. public interest would be served by keeped from
(pursuant to section 3 of the Administra(3) Contracts, agreements, ar ing its terms confidential.
tive Procedure Act). rangements between carriers filed :: (5) All applications and amendments (8) The Master Frequency Records suant to section 211(a) of the cal thereto filed under Title II or Title III (Standard Form 128). munications Act.
of the Communications Act, including main
(9) Files relating to submarine cable (4) All applications for commor ti
all documents and exhibits filed with and ere the
landing licenses, except for maps show which
rier authorizations, both radio and is made a part thereof; all communications ing the exact location of submarino
radio, and files relating thereto. in ac
opposing or endorsing any such applica cables, which are withheld from public (e) The Experimental Services Bras erwise
tion; all pleadings, briefs,' and other inspection under section 4(j) of the Com ted in
of the Technical Division of the li papers filed with the Commission with munications Act.
of the Chief Engineer. Here the po respect to such applications; transcripts Street
(b) Except as provided in paragrapl Wash
may inspect experimental license of testimony, depositions, and exhibits (a) of this section or as otherwise ex
(f) The Frequency Registration pertaining to such applications; orders 5:
pressly provided in this chapter, the rec Refer
Notification Branch of the Frequire and other documents issued by the Com ords and files of the Commission are no
Allocation and Treaty Division, Of mission or the presiding officer in pro routinely available for public inspectior files of Chief Engineer. Here the public
aceedings thereon; and all authorizations No officer or employee of the Commis
and certifications issued upon such apinspect the frequency records of a d in
sion shall permit the inspection of suc plications. Pursuant to section 3(c) of Commission. elat
records or files, or disclose informatio the Administrative Procedure Act, how contained therein, unless such inspectio hich g) The Technical Standards Breza
ever, the Commission may, upon a finding of the Technical Division of the Ora
is authorized by the Commission. gor
of the Chief Engineer. Here the poetry of good cause, either on its own motion (c) Upon written request describin pro
or on motion of an applicant, permittee, may inspect the Radio Equipment LG
in detail the papers to be inspected ters,
or licensee, designate any of the material (lists of type-approved and type-
the information to be disclosed, and th rule cepted equipment).
in this subparagraph as "not for public reasons for such inspection or disclosur inspection".
the Commission may in its discretion au fety $0.417 Inspection of records. NOTE 1: Certain broadcast applications, re
thorize the inspection of records no (a) Subject to the provisions of se*: ports, and records are also available for in
routinely available for public inspectic ivitions 4(j) and 605 of the Communes spection in the community in which the
under paragraph (a) of this section, ndio
main studio of the station in question is tions Act of 1934, as amended, the follos
the disclosure of information containe ap
located or is proposed to be located. ing Commission records are routines
See therein. Except upon an appropria taavailable for public inspection:
showing, however, the Commission wi dio (1) Tariff schedules required to 8 NOTE 2: Network affiliation contracts at
not authorize the inspection (or di. ed filed under section 203 of the Commun. tached as an exhibit or incorporated by ref
closure) of records and files, such as te erence in accordance with the requirements his cations Act, all documents filed in coto of Item 3, section 1, of FCC Form 302, are
following, which contain informatic on, nection therewith, and all communica: not normally open to public Inspection. See
submitted to the Commission in co nd tions related thereto. paragraph (c) of this section.
fidence: On (2) Valuation reports filed under set
(1) Those containing informatic (6) All petitions for issuance, amendth tion 213 of the Communications Act ment, or repeal of any rule, including all
filed under $ 1.611 of this chapter, ar 1., including exhibits filed in connection documents or exhibits filed with and
network and transcription contracts fil 2therewith, unless otherwise ordered by made a part thereof; all communications
under § 1.613 of this chapter. See io the Commission, with reasons therefor
(2) Those containing informatic 2, munications Act. other papers filed in rule making pro
submitted by equipment manufacture (3) Annual and monthly reports receedings; transcripts of testimony, dep
and other persons under $ $ 2.557, 5.2
and 15.70 of this chapter. See 18 U.S. the Communications Act. ings; and all orders and other documents
1905. (4) Contracts, agreements, orar
(3) Personnel files. See 5 U.S.C. 6– (d) In the event that a
dema: (subpena, order or other demand)
made by a court or other competent a
$1.526 of this chapter.
quired to be filed under section 219 of
ositions, and exhibits in such proceed
issued by the Commission or the pre-
rangements between carriers filed pur• suant to section 211(a) of the Communi. cations Act, except for those kept con.
thority outside the Commission, upon each assig
$ 0.421 Th
offices (see şc
$ 0.423 The
Lists of ty
ment Lists) ar
available for pe
of the Commis
Bureau field of
locations, and other particulars. They of export of technical data will be taken
$ 0.429 Where to obtain forms.
All forms for use in submitting ap-
plications for radio
mation as to filing such forms, may be
obtained at the Washington offices of
the Commission or at any of the engi-
neering field offices listed in $ 0.121.
$ 0.431 Printed publications.
The Commission's printed publications
may be obtained from the Superintend-
ent of Documents, Government Printing
Office, Washington, D.C., 20402. These
include, among other things, the Com-
mission's rules and regulations, its an-
nual reports to the Congress, and the
$ 0.441 Place of filing of applications
for radio authorizations.
Class of station Method of filing Number of
(a) Alaskan fixed Via Engineer in 3.
public and Charge, Radio
(d) Citizens... To Federal Com-
office of the Com-
(29 F.R. 12371, Aug. 28, 1964)
$ 0.443 Applications for amateur sta-
tion and operator license and/or
commercial operator license.
(a) Application for a new amateur
operator license, or for a combination of
new amateur operator and station li-
cense, which will require examination
supervised by Commission personnel,
shall be filed in the appropriate engi-
u requests are received from rep other applications for amateur radio li-
censes shall be submitted to the Federal
(b) Application for commercial oper schedules, ator license of a class for which exami details, in nation is required, for a verification card the office (FCC Form 758-F) or for a verification the chosen of operator license (FCC Form 759) shall be filed with an engineering field office listed in 8 0.121 (a) or (b) at which the
Phoenix, Ari applicant desires his application to be
Little Rock, considered and acted upon, except that
Fresno, Cali application for replacement or dupli Fort Wayne, cate license of such class shall be filed Indianapolis with the office of issue.
Davenport, I (c) Application for commercial opera
Des Moines, I tor license for which examination is not
Grand Rapid required (Restricted Radiotelephone
St. Louis, MO Operator Permit) shall be submitted to
Omaha, Nebr the Federal Communications Commis
Schenectady, sion, Gettysburg, Pa., 17325, with the Syracuse, N.Y following exceptions:
Winston-Sale (1) When application is accompanied Cincinnati, O. by a written showing by the applicant of immediate need for a permit for safety
Fairbanks, Al purposes and is presented in person by
Tucson, Ariz. the applicant or his agent, the applica
Hartford, Con tion may be submitted to the nearest en Jacksonville, E gineering field office.
Boise, Idaho. (2) When application is from an alien Wichita, Kans aircraft pilot (see § 13.4(c) of this chap
Portland, Mair ter), it shall be submitted to the Federal
Jackson, Miss. Communications Commission, Washington, D.C., 20554.
Bakersfield, Ca [28 F.R. 12411, Nov. 22, 1963, as amended at Hilo, Hawaii. 29 F.R. 12371, Aug. 28, 1964; 29 F.R. 15760, Lihue, Hawaii. Nov. 24, 1964)
Bangor, Maine. $ 0.445 Amateur and commercial opera
Marquette, Mic tor examination points.
(d) Arrang (a) Examinations for amateur and
made, with th commercial radio operator licenses are
eral agencies, conducted at each of the Field En
eral Class gineering Bureau district offices listed in
areas, as follo $ 0.121 on the days designated by the Engineer in charge of the district office, Alaska: Static Examination schedules may be obtained
Guam: Distri from the Engineer in Charge.
United States r (b) Examinations for amateur radio
Hawaii: At no operator licenses are given frequently, by
Island, by the appointment, at the Commission's offices lulu). in Gettysburg, Pa. Examinations for
[28 F.R. 12411, all classes of radio operator licenses are 29 F.R. 10397, J given frequently, by appointment, at the Nov. 7, 1964; 29 Commission's offices in the following F.R. 4612, Apr. 9, cities:
1965; 30 F.R. 88
14932, Dec. 2, 196 Mobile, Ala.
Tampa, Fla. Anchorage, Alaska Savannah, Ga.
$ 0.447 Applic San Diego, Calif. Beaumont, Tex.
station lice (c) Examinations are also given at Formal appli greater intervals in the cities listed be licenses for use low, which are visited for that purpose dar transmitting by Commission examiners from the field applications foi offices for such locations. For current licenses shall, w