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Employees' Compensation Bureau, Labor Department-Continued
Japanese Government, civilian American citizens detained by or in hiding from;

claims for compensation for injury, disability or death, 20 Part 71 Procedures and forms, 20 $8 01.61, 01.62 “Line of duty” prerequisite to compensation, in case military establishments;

interpretation, 20 $ 02.1 Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, regulations under: Administrative provisions, general, respecting claims, compensation dis

tricts, hearings, reports, records, etc., 20 Part 31
Certificates of compliance, issuance of, to employers, 20 Part 34
Extension of:
To District of Columbia. See District of Columbia workmen's com-

pensation law.
To persons employed on Outer Continental Shelf. See Outer Conti-

nental Shelf. To persons employed outside continental United States. See Employ

ment outside United States. Insurance carriers, authorization of, to write insurance under Act; applica

tions, certificates of authority, policies, reports, etc., 20 Part 32 Procedures relating to claims, 20 $8 01.11-01.13 Self-insurers, authorization of employers as, under Act; applications,

agreements, bonds or negotiable securities, reports, etc., 20 Part 33 Medical treatment, dental treatment, or hospital service, furnishing of, to

United States employees injured while in performance of duty, 20 Part 2 Military establishments:

“Line of duty” as prerequisite to compensation ;. interpretation, 20 $ 02.1 Reserves, Enlisted Reserve Corps, Officers Reserve Corps, and Naval Re

serve; administration of claims for compensation for members of,

in time of peace, 20 $ $ 1.20 Mutual insurance companies. See Insurance carriers. Naval Operating Base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba; compensation for injury or

death of certain employees. See Employment outside United States. Naval Reserve; administration of claims for compensation for members of, in

time of peace, 20 $ $ 02.1, 1.20 Officers Reserve Corps, Army; administration of claims for compensation for

members of, in time of peace, 20 SS 02.1, 1.20 Outer Continental Shelf, persons employed in certain operations conducted on: Extension of Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act to:

Administrative provisions, 20 Part 81
Certificates of compliance, issuance of, 20 Part 84
Insurance carriers, authorization of, 20 Part 82

Self-insurers, authorization of, 20 Part 83
Procedures and forms, processing of claims, etc., 20 $8 01.71-01.73
Philippines:
Compensation for injury or death of certain employees in. See Employment

outside United States. Non-citizen employees of United States in; special schedule of compensa

tion for disability and death to, 20 $ 25.21 Procedures, statement of, 20 Part 01 Claims, under various acts, etc.; processing of claims, review of decisions,

and forms:
Contractors with United States, employees of; disability, death and

enemy detention benefits, 20 $8 01.41, 01.42
Defense Bases Act, 20 $$ 01.31-01.33
District of Columbia Workmen's Compensation Act, 20 $ $ 01.21–01.23
Japanese Government, civilian American citizens detained by or in

hiding from; compensation for injury, disability, or death, 20 $$

01.61, 01.62 Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Compensation Act, 20 88 01.11

01.13 Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act; processing of claims under, 20

$$ 01.71-01.73 United States Employees' Compensation Act and extensions thereof, 20

88 01.1-01.3

Employees' Compensation Bureau, Labor Department-Continued
Procedures, statement of, 20 Part 01-Continued
Claims, under various acts, etc.—Continued
War hazards; reimbursement of employers, insurance carriers, and

compensation funds, for losses resulting from, 20 $$ 01.51, 01.52 Decisions in connection with claims under various acts, review of. See

Claims. Forms used in connection with claims under various acts. See Claims. Public works outside continental United States; compensation for injury or

death of certain employees on, 20 Part 51 Puerto Rico; compensation for injury or death of certain employees in. See

Employment outside United States. Reserves, military. See Military establishments. Securities deposited by employers as self-insurers under various workmen's com

pensation laws; list of acceptable bonds and other negotiable securities,

20 $$ 33.6, 43.6 Self-insurers, authorization of employers as. See Employers. Stock companies, insurance. See Insurance carriers. Strategic Services, Office of, and Strategic Services Unit, War Department;

special schedule of compensation for disability and death to non-citizen

employees of, 20 $ 25.23 Substantive rules, statement relative to, 20 Part 02 Territories and possessions, etc.; compensation for injury or death of certain

employees in. See Employment outside United States. Third party, liability of; compensation cases involving, 20 Part 3 United States, contractors with; compensation for employees of, outside United

States. See Employment outside United States. United States employees, compensation for. See United States Employees' Com

pensation Act.
United States Employees' Compensation Act, regulations under:
Claims for compensation and administrative procedure, 20 Part 1

See also Procedures, below.
Death of employees; reports, claims, etc., 20 $ $ 1.12–1.18
General provisions, 20 $ 1.1
Injuries:

To employees; reports, claims, etc., 20 $ $ 1.2-1.11, 1.23
To members of Officers' Reserve Corps, Enlisted Reserve Corps, and

Naval Reserve, 20 $ 1.20
Payments by mistake, 20 $ 1.19
Records respecting injury or death of employees; confidential nature,

inspection, etc., 20 $$ 1.21, 1.22
Representation of claimants and approval of claims for legal and other

services, 20 $ 1.24
Retroactive effective dates and procedures under Federal Employees'

Compensation Act Amendments of 1949, 20 $ 1.25
Waiver not authorized, 20 $ 1.23
Dental treatment, furnishing of. See Medical treatment.
Hospital service, furnishing of. See Medical treatment.
Medical treatment; furnishing of medical treatment, hospital service, dental

treatment, etc., 20 Part 2
Non-citizens outside United States, compensation for disability and death

of, 20 Part 25 General provisions, 20 $ $ 25.1-25.4 Special schedule of compensation for various types of disability, or

death, 20 $ $ 25.11-25.13
Extension of:

Australia, 20 $ 25.22
Philippine Islands, 20 $ 25.21
Strategic Services, Office of, and Strategic Services Unit, War

Department, employees of, 20 $ 25.23

Territory of Pacific Islands, 20 $ 25.24
Procedures, relating to claims, 20 $ $ 01.1-01.3
Third party, liability of, cases involving; prosecution, distribution of dam-

ages recovered, etc., 20 Part 3

Employees' Compensation Bureau, Labor Department-Continued
Virgin Islands; compensation for injury or death of certain employees in. See

Employment outside United States.
War Department; Strategic Services Unit. See Strategic Services.
War hazards, reimbursement of employers, insurance carriers, and compensa-

tion funds, for losses resulting from; procedures, 20 $ $ 01.51, 01.52 Workmen's compensation, claims for, under various acts. See Claims for

compensation. Employment, employees, employers,

etc.: See also Labor. Aliens. See Aliens. Canal Zone, employment and employees in. See Panama Canal. Compensation for injuries or death. See Compensation for various employees,

etc. Concessioners in national parks, monuments, etc.; labor standards for employees

of, 36 Part 28 Credit unions for employees. See Federal Credit Unions Bureau. Customers or competitors, employees of, dealing unfairly with; cease and desist

orders, 16 $$ 13.305-13.325, 13.1050, 13.1060–13.1075 Defense programs, employment of persons in; manpower policies respecting.

See Defense Mobilization, Office of. Discrimination in employment. See Discrimination because of race, color, creed. District of Columbia, employees of. See District of Columbia. Employer relations; policy of United States Employment Service respecting,

20 $ 604.14 Employment counseling; regulations and policies of United States Employment

Service respecting, 20 $$ 602.3, 604.3 Employment taxes; collection of income tax at source on wages, and tax on

employees, employee representatives, and employers, under various acts.

See Internal Revenue Service. Government employees. See Government employees. Government employment policy, designation by heads of Government agencies

of officers, in connection with carrying out policy of non-discrimination in

personnel matters, 5 Part 401 Handicapped persons:

See also main heading Disabled and handicapped persons.

Utilization of in mobilization program, 32A Chapter I, DMP 9 Income tax provisions respecting annuities, employee trusts, stock options. See

Internal Revenue Service.
Labor contracts, disputes, etc. See Labor disptues.
Minors, employment of; child labor regulations. See Labor Department.
Motor carriers, drivers for; qualifications, hours, etc., 49 Parts 191, 192, 195
Old-age and survivors' insurance. See Old Age and Survivors Insurance

Bureau.
Older workers, employment of:

In defense programs, policy respecting, 32A Chapter I, DMP 7, DMP 9

Policy of United States Employment Service respecting, 20 $ 604.17 Public employment services: Cooperation of United States Employment Service and States, in establish

ing and maintaining national system of public employment offices,

20 Parts 602, 603 State programs; grants, allowances, etc., to States for, 20 Parts 602, 603 Railroad employees:

Classification, hours, etc. See Interstate Commerce Commission.
Employment benefits:
Annuities and pensions, under Railroad Retirement Act. See Railroad

Retirement Board.
Sickness and maternity benefits, under Railroad Unemployment Insur-

ance Act, 20 Part 335
Survivors of railroad employees; benefits under Railroad Retirement Act,

20 Parts 236, 237, 239 Unemployment benefits under Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act. See

Railroad Retirement Board. Savings, profit sharing or pension plans for employees, prospectuses for; regula

tions under Securities Act of 1933, 17 $ 230.430

Employment, employees, employers, etc. Continued
Seamen, shipment of. See Coast Guard; Maritime Administration; and State

Department.
Securities companies, employees'; exemption of, under Investment Company

Act of 1940, 17 $ 270.6b-1 Selective Service registrants; disclosing to former employers of information

concerning Selective Service registrants, 32 $ 1606.42 Shipbuilders and operators, employment of persons to appear before Congress

or governmental agency; statement to be filed respecting, 46 § 222.1 Taxes, employment and income. See Internal Revenue Service. Telephone and telegraph companies; classification of employees and compensa

tion. See Federal Communications Commission, Unemployment: Determination of areas of substantial unemployment, under Executive

Order 10582, 29 Part 6
Excise tax on employers of eight or more, under Federal Unemployment

Tax Act, 26 Part 403
Railroad employees; benefits under Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act.

See Railroad Retirement Board.
Unemployment compensation for Federal employees, veterans, etc. See

Employment Security Bureau.
Veterans; readjustment allowances, 38 $ $ 36.5001–36.5009
Veterans. See Veterans.
Wages and hours. See Wages and hours.
Water carriers, employees of; classification, hours, etc. See Interstate Com-

merce Commission. Workmen's compensation, for disabilities or death, under various laws. See

Employees' Compensation Bureau.

Employment Security Bureau:

Administrative procedure, 20 Part 601
Approval, certification and findings with respect to State unemployment

compensation laws, and plans of operation for normal and additional

tax credit and grant purposes, 20 $$ 601.1-601.5 Grants, advances and audits, for administration of State unemployment

insurance and public employment service, etc., 20 $ $ 601.6–601.9 Advances, etc., to States. See States. Agricultural and related industry placement services, 20 $ $ 602.8, 603.5 (f), 604.5 Aptitude testing. See Testing. Certifications: By Administrator of Veterans Affairs; allotment of funds to States by

Secretary of Labor upon certification, for administration of service

men's readjustment allowance program, 20 $ 601.7 To Treasury Department: Mailings by State agencies; certification for payment to Post Office

Department to cover cost of mailings, 20 $ 601.8

State laws; certification for purposes of tax credit, 20 $$ 601.2, 601.4 Counseling, employment; regulations and policies of United States Employment

Service respecting, 20 $$ 602.3, 604.3 Employer relations; policy of United States Employment Service respecting,

20 $ 604.14 Employment counseling, regulations and policies of United States Employment

Service respecting, 20 $ $ 602.3, 604.3
Employment Service Manual. See Manual.
Employment services:
Public employment offices, national system of; cooperation of United States
Employment Service and States in establishing and maintaining, 20

Part 602
Instructions to State agencies for submittal of State plan of operation

under Wagner-Peyser Act, 20 Part 603 State programs; grants, allowances, etc., for. See States. Foreign labor; policy of United States Employment Service respecting, 20

$ 604.13

Employment Security Bureau-Continued

Grants, etc., to States. See States.
Handicapped workers; placement services of States for, 20 $$ 603.5 (g), 603.6a,

604.7
Industrial employment services, 20 $$ 602.4a, 604.11
Labor market:

Information service, 20 $$ 602.6, 604.9

Inter-State labor, clearance, etc.; programs, 20 $$ 603.5 (d), 603.7 Mailings; certification by Social Security Administration to Secretary of Treas

ury for payment of amount to cover cost of State agency mailings respect

ing employment security, 20 $ 601.8 Manual (Employment Security Manual) on Federal-State cooperative public

employment program, 20 $ 602.14, 603.5 (b) Merit system standards; statement from State agencies respecting adherence to,

20 $ 603.10 Minority groups; placement services for, 20 $ 604.8 Occupational analysis and testing; policies of United States Employment Serv

ice respecting, 20 $$ 602.4, 604.10, 604.18 Older workers, services to; policy, 20 $ 604.17 Placement services; cooperation of United States Employment Service and States

respecting, 20 Parts 602, 604 Procedure. See Administrative procedure. Public employment service: National system of public employment offices; cooperation of United States

Employment Service and States in establishing and maintaining,

20 Part 602 Instructions to State agencies for preparation and submittal of State

plan of operation under Wagner-Peyser Act, 20 Part 603 State programs; grants, allowances, etc., for. See States. Servicemen's readjustment aliowance program. See Veterans. States: Cooperation of United States Employment Service and States in establish

ing and maintaining national system of public employment offices,

20 Part 602 Instructions to State agencies for preparation and submittal of State

plan of operation under Wagner-Peyser Act, 20 Part 603 Grants, allowances, etc., to States, in connection with administration of

various programs:
Public employment service programs, 20 $ 601.6
See also Cooperation of United States Employment Service and

States, above.
Servicemen's readjustment allowance program, 20 § 601.7
Unemployment insurance laws and programs:

Approval and certification of State laws, 20 88 601.1-601.5
Grants and advances to States for administration of programs, etc.,

20 $ $ 601.6-601.9
Laws, State, on unemployment insurance; approval and certification of,

20 $ $ 601.1-601.5 Tax credit to employers for contributions to unemployment insurance; certifica

tion of State laws for tax credit purposes, 20 $ $ 601.2, 601.4 Testing, occupational; policies of United States Employment Service respecting,

20 $$ 602.4, 604.10, 604.18 Treasury Department, certifications to: Mailings by State agency; certification for payment to Post Office Depart

ment, 20 $ 601.8
State laws; certification for purposes of normal tax credit, 20 $ $ 601.2, 601.4
Unemployment benefits:
Federal employees, unemployment compensation for, under title XV, Social

Security Act; regulations implementing:
Federal agencies, responsibilities of, 20 Part 609
Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands agencies, responsibilities of, 20 Part 611

State employment security agencies, responsibilities of, 20 Part 610
Grants to States, in connection with program, 20 Part 601

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