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Labor-Continued
Labor disputes-Continued
Boards to investigate labor disputes between certain carriers and their em-

ployees, not adjusted by mediation; emergency boards appointed by

President, 29 $ 1202.11
Conciliation or mediation of; procedure of Federal Mediation and Concili-

ation Service, 29 Part 1402
Procedures respecting, under National Labor Relations Act. See National

Labor Relations Board.
Labor-Management Relations Act of 1947:
Procedure under. See Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service; and

National Labor Relations Board.
Reports by labor organizations under, 29 $ 2.4 (a)
Labor market:

Information respecting, 20 $$ 602.2, 604.9

Inter-State labor, clearance, etc., 20 $ 603.5 Manpower mobilization, policies respecting. See Defense Mobilization, Office of. Military installations: Admission of labor union representatives to Air Force installations, 32

$$ 804.301-804.304 Observance of labor laws on military installations, 32 $ 552.18 (g) Minors, occupations hazardous for; child labor regulations. See Labor De

partment. National parks, monuments, etc., concessioners in; labor standards for

employees, 36 Part 28 Railway Labor Act: Contracts, labor; maintaining, changing, etc., provisions respecting, 29

Part 1204
Employees under; right to organize, 29 $ 1205.2
Mediation of labor disputes; regulations under Act. See National Media-

tion Board. Railway labor organizations, employers under Railroad Retirement Act, 29

$ 202.15 Representation of employees for purposes of collective bargaining, etc., 20

$ $ 101.16-101.22, 102.52–102.70 Rights of employees to organize, bargain collectively, etc., procedures respect

ing, 29 $ 1205.2 Seamen employed on merchant vessels; regulations respecting. See Coast

Guard; Maritime Administration; and State Department.
Strikes. See Labor disputes, above.
Surplus labor; procurement in areas of current or imminent labor surplus,

32A Chapter 1, DMP 4
Wages and hours. See Wages and hours.
Labor Department:
See Employees Compensation Appeals Board.

Employees' Compensation Bureau.
Employment Security Bureau.
Public Contracts Division.

Wage and Hour Division.
Anti-Kickback regulations, 29 Part 3

Definitions, 29 $ 3.2
Opinions of Secretary of Labor relating to the regulations, 29 $ 3.7
Pay-roll:

Deductions, 29 $ 3.5

Preservation and inspection of weekly records, 29 $ 3.4
Public building or work financed by loans or grants from United States;

Anti-Kickback regulations to be part of contract, 29 $ 3.6
Weekly affidavit with respect to payment of wages, 29 $$ 3.3, 3.4
Areas of substantial unemployment, determination of, 29 Part 6
Bureau of Labor Statistics:

Subpoena of employees, 29 $ 2.5 (b)

Testimony by employees, 29 $ 2.5 (a) Certificates of authentication; officials authorized to sign and issue, 29 $ 2.10

Labor Department—Continued
Child labor regulations, 29 Part 4

Age, certificates of, 29 SS 4.1-4.10, 4.21, 4.22, 4.121
Age minimums (14, 16, 18 years); interpretations of child labor provisions

of Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, 29 $$ 4.117-4.120
Alaska, Territory of; designation as State in which birth certificate, record

of baptism, etc., has same force and effect as Federal certificate of age,

29 § 4.22
Certificates:

Age, certificates of, 29 $$ 4.1-4.10, 4.21, 4.22, 4.121
State certificates of employment, or working certificates or permits.

See State certificates.
Employment of minors:
Exemption of certain occupations from provisions of Fair Labor Stand-

ards Act (actors, agricultural workers, delivery of newspapers, pa

rental exemption, etc.), 29 $$ 4.122-4.126 Hazardous occupations: Determination of hazardous occupations, procedure governing,

29 $$ 4.41-4.45 List of. See Minors between 16 and 18 years of age. Minors between 14 and 16 years of age; occupations, periods and con

ditions of employment, etc., 29 $$ 4.31-4.37 Minors between 16 and 18 years of age, ernployment in occupations

particularly hazardous, or detrimental to health or well being,

29 $$ 4.51-4.63
Bakery machines, occupations involved in operation of, 29 $ 4.62
Coal-mine occupations, 29 $ 4.53
Explosives; occupations in or about plants manufacturing explo-

sives or articles containing explosive components, 29 $ 4.51 Hoisting apparatus, power-driven, occupations involved in opera

tion of, 29 $ 4.58 Logging occupations and occupations in operation of sawmill, lath

mill, shingle mill, or cooperage-stock mill, 29 $$ 4.54, 4.56 Metal forming, punching, and shearing machines, power-driven,

29 $ 4.59
Mining, other than coal, 29 $ 4.60
Motor-vehicle driver and helper, 29 § 4.52
Paper-products machines, occupations involved in operation of, 29

§ 4.63
Power-driven machinery, occupations involving:

Bakery machines, 29 $ 4.62
Hoisting apparatus, occupations involved in operation of, 29

$ 4.58
Metal forming, punching, and shearing machines, 29 $ 4.59
Paper-products machines, 29 $ 4.63
Woodworking machines, occupations involved in operation of,

29 $ $ 4.55, 4.56
Radioactive substances, occupations involving exposure to, 29 $ 4.57
Sawmill, lath mill, shingle mill, or cooperage-stock mill occupa-

tions, 29 $ 4.54 Slaughtering and meat packing establishments and rendering

plants, occupations in or about, 29 $ 4.61 Woodworking machines, power-driven, occupations involved in

operation of, 29 $ $ 4.55, 4.56
Hazardous occupations, for minors. See Employment of minors.
Interpretations of child labor provisions of Fair Labor Standards Act of

1938, as amended, 29 $$ 4.101–4.129
Age certificates, 29 $ 4.121
Age minimums (14, 16, 18 years), 29 $$ 4.117–4.120
Coverage of Section 12 (a) (shipment in interstate commerce of goods

produced in establishment which has employed any oppressive

child labor), 29 $$ 4.104_4.111, 4.114–4.121 Enforcement; “good faith” defense, etc., 29 $ $ 4.127-4.129

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Labor Department - Continued
Child labor regulations, 29 Part 4—Continued
Interpretations of child labor provisions of Fair Labor Standards Act of

1938, as amended, 29 $ $ 4.101-4.129–Continued
Exemptions, 29 $$ 4.122-4.126

Actors and performers, 29 $ 4.125
Agriculture, 29 $ 4.123
General, 29 $ 4.122
Newspapers, delivery of, 29 $ 4.124

Parental exemption, 29 $ 4.126
Oppressive child labor; age minimums, and certificates, 29 $ $ 4.117-4.121
Occupations particularly hazardous for employment of minors or detri-

mental to their health or well-being. See Employment of minors. Oppressive child labor; interpretations respecting. See Interpretations. State agencies, utilization of, for investigations and inspections of places of

employment; agreements, plans, requirements, etc., 29 $$ 4.31-4.90
State certificates of age, employment, or work certificates or permits:

Acceptance of, 29 SS 4.6, 4.21, 4.121
Alaska, Territory of; designation as State in which birth certificate.

record of baptism, etc., has same force and effect as Federal

certificates of age, 29 $ 4.22 Designation of States in which State certificates have same force and

effect as Federal certificates; list of States, 29 $ 4.21

Effect of state certificate of age, 29 $ 4.2 Claims under Federal Tort Claims Act, for loss of or damage to property or for

personal injury or death, 29 $ 2.8 Contracts for public building or work financed by loans or grants from United

States:
Anti-Kickback regulations to be part of contract, 29 $ 3.6

Labor standards provisions of various acts applicable to, 29 Part 5
Defense mobilization program; responsibilities relating to expansion of labor

force, improvement of skills, and distribution and utilization of civilian labor

force, 32A Chapter I, DMO 1-10 Federal Tort Claims Act, claims under, for loss or damage to property or for

personal injury or death, 29 $ 2.8 Former employees desiring to practice before the Department, 29 $ $ 2.1-2.3 Forms, for filing of organizational and financial reports by labor organizations

under Labor-Management Relations Act of 1947, 29 $ 2.4 (a) General regulations: Bureau of Labor Statistics:

Testimony by employees of, 29 $ 2.5 (a)

Subpoena of employees, 29 $ 2.5 (b)
Claims, under Federal Tort Claims Act, for loss of or damage to property or

for personal injury or death, 29 $ 2.8
Disclosure of information received under Labor-Management Relations Act,

29 $ 2.4 (b) Former employees desiring to practice before the Department, 29 $ $ 2.1–2.3 Forms, for filing of organizational and financial reports by labor organiza

tions under Labor-Management Relations Act of 1947, 29 $ 2.4 (a) Records, inspection of, etc., 29 $$ 2.4, 2.6, 2.7, 2.9, 2.10

Subpoena, of employees of Bureau of Labor Statistics, 29 $ 2.5 (b) Information; disclosure of information received under Labor-Management

Relations Act, 29 $ 2.4 (b) “Kickback” Act, regulations respecting. See Anti-Kickback regulations. Labor-Management Relations Act of 1947: Forms for filing of organizational and financial report by labor organiza

tions under, 29 $ 2.4 (a) Information received under; disclosure of, 29 $ 2.4 (b) Procedure for predetermination of wage rates; survey, standards, hearings,

etc., 29 $$ 1.1–1.20 Public building or work financed by loans or grants from United States; Anti

Kickback regulations to be part of contract, 29 $ 3.6 Records, inspection of, etc., 29 $ $ 2.4, 2.6, 2.7, 2.9, 2.10 Subpoena, of employees of Bureau of Labor Statistics, 29 $ 2.5 Unemployment; determination of areas of substantial unemployment, 29 Part 6

Labor Department-Continued
Veterans, employment services to; policies of Secretary of Labor respecting, 20

Part 605
Wages:

Anti-Kickback regulations. See Anti-Kickback regulations.
Wage rates, procedure for predetermination of; survey, standards, hearings,

etc., 29 $$ 1.1-1.20 Labor-Management Manpower Policy Committee; creation of, 32A Chapter I, DMO

IV-2
Labor Relations Board. See National Labor Relations Board.
Labor Statistics Bureau. See Labor Department.
Laboratories:

Customs laboratories, addresses of, and districts served by, 19 $ 1.7
Defense contract laboratories, materials for; self-authorization procedure, 32A

Chapter VI, DMS Regulation 1, Direction 3
Fellowships in laboratory standardization and testing; award of, to citizens of

other American Republics, 15 Part 255 State public health laboratories, for which Federal aid is requested; regulations

respecting standards of construction and equipment, 42 Part 53, Appendix A Laboratory instruments industry; minimum wage determinations for persons em

ployed on public contracts, 41 $ 202.39
Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Arizona and Nevada:

General rules and regulations, 36 Part 2
Minerals, leases for, in lands withdrawn for reclamation purposes, 43 $$ 199.70–

199.81
Speed of vehicles, 36 $ 20.48 (a)
Lamb. See Meat and meat products.
Lambs. See Livestock.
Lamps:
Incandescent lamps, standards of color temperature, candlepower, and thermal

radiation; standard samples, 15 § 230.11 (w) Mining, lamps for use in; tests, fees, approvals, etc., for cap lamps, electric

lamps, and flame safety lamps, 30 Parts 19, 20, 21 Oil lamps and lanterns; British Token Import Plan, export to United Kingdom

under, 15 | 361.13 Radiation lamps; test fee schedules, 15 $ 204.201 Land descriptions, style of, in documents for publication in Federal Register; regula

tions respecting, 1 $ 1.73
Land-grant colleges. See Schools and colleges.
Land Management Bureau:

Abstracters; evidence of title, 43 $ 211.1
Acquired lands; mineral leasing, 43 $$ 200.1-200.50
Acquisitions of public lands; acceptance on behalf of United States of gifts of

grazing lands, 43 Part 256 Advertising displays on public lands, special land-use permits for; fees and

charges, restrictions, etc., 43 $S 258.16–258.26
Agricultural entries on mineral lands. See Applications and entries.
Airports and aviation fields, lease of public lands for, 43 Part 251
Airstrips, transfers of public lands for, 43 $ 244.54
Alabama:
Coal lands:

Authorization of public sales, 43 Part 250, note

Homestead entry on, 43 $$ 102.14-102.18
Swamp lands. See Swamp lands.
Alaska:

Agricultural College, University of Alaska; grant for, 43 $$ 76.4–76.6
Alaska Housing Authority:

Sale of town sites to, 43 $ 80.14a
Transfer to, of lands under jurisdiction of Interior Department, 43

$ $ 75.13-75.18
Alaska Public Works Act; transfer of jurisdiction over public lands for use

under, 43 $ 72.3 Alaska Railroad townsite regulations, 43 $ $ 80.100–80.102 Alaska Rural Rehabilitation Corporation; preference rights in sales of lands in Matanuska Valley, 43 $$ 75.1–75.12

Land Management Bureau—Continued
Alaska-Continued
Alaska University; grants for agricultural college and school of mines, 43

$$ 76.4–76.6
Applicability of public land laws to, 43 $ 51.1
Applications and entries, 43 Part 60

See also Homesteads.
Application; execution and filing of, 43 $ 60.1
Federal Power Act, entries subject to, 43 $ 60.2
Joint action to acquire public lands, 43 $ 60.5
Patents on entries; reservations in, 43 $ 60.4

Proof notices, description of land covered by special surveys, 43 $ 60.3
Auction sales of lands for industrial or commercial purposes, including

housing, 43 88 75.19–75.36
Canals, rights-of-way for, 43 $$ 74.24–74.27
Cemetery sites, sale or lease of public lands for, 43 $ 72.1
Certificates and scrip, 43 Part 61

Scrip, 43 $ 61.18
Soldiers' additional homestead entries; form of application, survey,

fees and commissions, etc., 43 $$ 61.1-61.17
Coal lands and leases, etc.:
General mining regulations; location and entry, etc., 43 $$ 69.1–69.11,

69.19, 69.20 Permits, leases, and licenses for free use of coal, 43 Part 70 Leases; qualifications of lessees, application, use of timber, etc.,

43 $ $ 70.7–70.19, 70.25 Licenses; applications for, duration, limitation of area, etc., 43

$$ 70.27–70.29 Prospecting permits; area, rights conferred, form of permit, etc.,

43 $$ 70.20–70.26 Royalties, 43 $ 70.26 School sections; coal permits and leases, occupation and use of

surface by permittees or lessees, 43 $$ 70.30, 70.31
Commercial or industrial purposes, sale of lands for, at public auction,

43 88 75.19-75.36
Contests of entries and homestead locations; procedure, 43 $ 73.1
Entries. See Applications and entries.
Eskimos. See Indians and Eskimos.
Executive orders and related public land orders, with respect to certain

lands in Alaska, 43 $ $ 297.3, 297.4, 297.7, 297.9, 297.19
Federal Power Act:

Entries subject to, 43 $ 60.2

Rights-of-way; effect of Act, 43 $ 74.25
Fees, application service; schedule of fees, 43 Chapter I, note
Forests, national:

Allotments to Indians and Eskimos in, 43 $ 67.7
Homesteads in, 43 8 65.28

Landing and wharf permits, 43 $ 68.5
Fur farm leases; area subject to lease, beaver raising, rental, appeals, etc.,

43 Part 62
Gas and oil lands. See Oil and gas lands and leases.
Glacier Bay National Monument, mineral deposits in; general mining

regulations respecting, 43 $ 69.11 Gold; general mining regulations, 43 $$ 69.12–69.18 Grazing districts, establishment of, and issuance of grazing leases; appli

cation, preference rights, rentals, etc., 43 Part 63 Headquarters. See Homesites or headquarters. Highways, public; establishment of reservations or easements for, 43

$$ 74.28–74.33 Homesites or headquarters: Purchase of tracts not exceeding five acres with or without showing as

to employment or business, 43 Part 64 Soldiers' homesite rights, 43 $$ 181.36–181.38

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