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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 $8 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

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Labor Department—Continued
Child labor regulations, 29 Part 4

Age, certificates of, 29 $8 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 SS 4.31-4.37 Minors between 16 and 18 years of age, employment 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 g 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 SS 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 SS 4.104_4.111, 4.114–4.121 Enforcement; “good faith” defense, etc., 29 SS 4.127-4.129

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 S$ 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 I-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 S$ 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 $ $ 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 SS 102.14-102.18
Swamp lands. Sce 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

$875.13–75.18
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

8$ 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 88 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 8 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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