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(3) Application for permission to erect a group marker may be submitted by a person, a group of persons, or an organization. Each group-marker application must be accompanied by (i) a list of names of the persons to be memorialized and other data desired for inscription on the marker; (ii) the written approval of the legal next of kin of each person whose name is to be inscribed on the marker; and (iii) a scale plan depicting the details of the design, materials, finish, carving, lettering, and arrangement of inscription.

(4) The Quartermaster General will determine the eligibility of the persons or groups of persons to be memorialized.

(5) The Director will exercise approval authority and control over assignment of plots for and the design, type, size, materials, inscription, and erection of the memorial markers. Approval for erection will be conditional upon the applicant's granting to the Department of the Interior the substantive right to remove and dispose of the marker, if the applicant fails to maintain it in a condition acceptable to the Department.

(d) Markers which may be authorized. (1) Memorial markers will conform to the type, size, materials, design, and specifications prescribed for the cemetery section in which the memorial marker is to be erected. The inscrip

tions will conform to those authorized to mark graves in national cemeteries and in addition will include the words "In Memoriam" or "In Memory Of" as mandatory elements. The inscription on a memorial marker may not include the name of the person or group of persons or the name or insignia of an organization, fraternity, or society responsible for the purchase and erection of the marker. (e) Cost and maintenance. (1) The cost of the private memorial markers, transportation, and erection in the cemetery will be at no expense to the Government. The Department of the Interior will assume no liability or responsibility incident to the purchase, fabrication, delivery, erection, maintenance of, or damage to private memorial markers. PENALTIES

§ 55.25

Penalties.

Any person who violates any provision of the rules and regulations in this part, or as the same may be amended or supplemented, in regard to any national cemetery under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Interior shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not more than $500 or imprisonment for not exceeding 6 months, or both, and be adjudged to pay all costs of the proceedings.

CHAPTER II-FOREST SERVICE
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Part 200

211

212 Administration of the forest development transportation system.

213

Administration of lands under Title III of the Bankhead-Jones Farm
Tenant Act by the Forest Service.

221

231

241

251

261

271

Organization, functions, and procedures.

Administration.

Timber.

Grazing.

Wildlife.

Land uses.

Trespass.

Use of "Smokey Bear" symbol.

281 Land disposal; sale of lands pursuant to section 10 of the act approved March 1, 1911.

CROSS REFERENCES: Bureau of Land Management, Department of the Interior: See 43 CFR 65.29, 176.15; Parts 148, 170, 205.

NOTE: Other regulations relating to agriculture appear in Title 7; Title 9, Title 12; Title 17, Chapter I.

ABBREVIATIONS: The following abbreviations are used in this chapter:

A. O. Administrative order P. L. O.=Public Land order.

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Subpart A-Organization

§ 200.1

Central Organization.

(a) Central Office. The central office of the Forest Service is at Washington, D.C., in the South Agriculture Building. It consists of the Office of the Chief and Associate Chief, and a Deputy Chief for each of the following five activities: Programs and Legislation, Administration, Research, National Forest System, and State and Private Forestry. All communications should be addressed to the Forest Service, Department of Agriculture, 14th Street and Independence Avenue, Washington, D.C. 20250.

(b) Chief of the Forest Service. The Chief of the Forest Service, under the direction of the Secretary of Agriculture, formulates, directs, and supervises the execution of Forest Service policies, programs, and activities.

(c) Major Activities. The major activities of the Forest Service are as follows: (1) Programs and Legislation. Includes general direction and supervision of program evaluation and special projects, and legislative reporting and liaison.

(2) Administration. Includes general direction and supervision of administrative management, budget and finance, administrative services, personnel management, information and education, Job Corps and other antipoverty program coordination and administration, integrating inspection, civil defense and

other emergency activities, coordination of civil rights activities, and General Accounting Office and Office of the Inspector General audits.

(3) Research. Includes general direction and supervision of research in timber; watershed, range, wildlife habitat, and recreation; forest protection; forest products and engineering; forest survey, forest products marketing, and forest economics; and Forest Service participation in International Forestry activities.

(4) National Forest System. Includes general direction and supervision of timber management, range management, wildlife management, watershed management, minerals management, recreation, land use, land adjustments, land classification, engineering, and fire control.

(5) State and Private Forestry. Includes general direction and supervision of cooperative forest management, flood prevention and river basin programs, cooperative forest fire control, forest pest control, cooperative tree planting, naval stores program, and overall direction of Forest Service participation in rural areas development.

Field organization.

§ 200.2

(a) The field organization of the Forest Service consists of nine Regions, eight Forest and Range Experiment Stations, the Institute of Tropical Forestry, the Forest Products Laboratory, and two State and Private Forestry Area Offices.

(b) The field organization for the National Forest System is divided into nine Regions. A Regional Forester is responsible to the Chief for the activities assigned to his Region. Each Region is divided into National Forests, National Grasslands, and other areas administered by the Forest Service, with a Forest Supervisor responsible to the Regional Forester for the activities assigned to his unit. The National Forests and National Grasslands are divided into Ranger Districts with a District Ranger responsible to the Forest Supervisor for the activities assigned to his Ranger District.

(c) The field organization of the Forest Service for research activities comprises eight Forest and Range Experiment Stations, the Institute of Tropical Forestry, and the Forest Products Laboratory. A Director is responsible to the Chief for all research activities assigned to his unit.

(d) The field organization of the State and Private Forestry activity consists of two Area Offices. The Area Director is responsible to the Chief for the activities assigned to his Area. In addition, State and Private Forestry activities are assigned to the Regional Foresters in Regions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 10.

(e) The addresses of Regional Foresters, Research Station Directors, Area Directors, and Forest Supervisors are given below. Location of specific Ranger District headquarters may be obtained from Forest Supervisors.

NATIONAL FORESTS BY REGIONS

REGION 1, NORTHERN REGION

Regional Forester, Federal Building, Missoula, Mont. 59801.

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REGION 3, SOUTHWESTERN REGION Regional Forester, 517 Gold Avenue SW., Albuquerque, N. Mex. 87101.

State in which forest is located

Arizona...

New Mexico...

New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma..

Idaho..

Nevada..

Utah..

Wyoming..

National forests and grasslands

California..

Apache...

Coconino..

Coronado.

Kaibab

Prescott.. Sitgreaves..

Tonto...

Carson.
Cibola..

Gila..

Lincoln.. Santa Fe..

REGION 4, INTERMOUNTAIN REGION

Regional Forester, 324 25th Street, Ogden, Utah 84401.

Boise.

Caribou..

Challis..

Payette.

Salmon.
Sawtooth.

Targhee..
Humboldt.

Toiyabe..

Ashley.
Cache.

Dixie..

Fishlake.

Manti-LaSal..

Panhandle. Amarillo, Tex.

Uinta.. Wasatch Teton..

Bridger.

Headquarters of Supervisor

Angeles. Cleveland. Eldorado..

Springerville. Flagstaff. Tucson.

Williams.

Prescott.

Holbrook.

Phoenix.

Taos.

Inyo..
Klamath

Lassen.

Los Padres.
Mendocino.
Modoc.
Plumas.

San Bernardino.
Sequoia
Shasta-Trinity.
Sierra.

Six Rivers.
Stanislaus.
Tahoe..

Albuquerque. Silver City. Alamogordo. Santa Fe.

Boise.

Pocatello.

Challis.

McCall.

Salmon.

Twin Falls.

St. Anthony.

Elko.

Reno.

Vernal.

REGION 5, CALIFORNIA REGION

Regional Forester, 630 Sansome Street, San Francisco,

Calif. 94111.

Logan.

Cedar City. Richfield.

Price.
Provo.

Salt Lake City.
Jackson.
Kemmerer.

Pasadena.

San Diego.
Placerville.
Bishop.

Yreka.
Susanville.

Goleta.
Willows.
Alturas.

Quincy.

San Bernardino.
Porterville.

Redding.
Fresno.
Eureka.
Sonora.
Nevada City.

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North Central-Forest Service, Folwell Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 55101.

Northeastern-6816

Market Street, Upper

Darby, Pa. 19082. Pacific Northwest-809 Northeast Sixth Avenue, Post Office Box 3141, Portland, Oreg. 97208.

Addison Street,

Pacific Southwest-1960
Berkeley, Calif. 94701.
Rocky Mountain-240 West Prospect Street,
Fort Collins, Colo. 80521.
Southeastern-Post

Office Building, Post
Office Box 2570, Asheville, N.C. 28802.
Southern-Federal Building, 701 Loyola Ave-
nue, New Orleans, La. 70113.
Institute of Tropical Forestry-University of
Puerto Rico Experiment Station Grounds,
Post Office Box AQ, Rio Piedras, P.R.
00928.

Forest Products Laboratory-Post Office Box 5130, North Walnut Street, Madison, Wis. 53705.

STATE AND PRIVATE FORESTRY AREAS

Director, Northeastern Area-6816 Market
Street, Upper Darby, Pa. 19082.
Director, Southeastern Area-50 Seventh
Street NE., Atlanta, Ga. 30323.

NOTE: In Regions 1 through 6 and 10, State and Private Forestry activities are directed from Regional headquarters.

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