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National Labor Relations Board_Continued
Rules and regulations, series 6, 29 Part 102—Continued
Unfair labor practices, prevention of; procedure under section 10 (a) to (1)

of Act; complaint, answer, hearings, proceedings, etc., 29 $$ 102.9

102.51h Statement of procedure, under National Labor Relations Act; provisions supple

mentary to rules and regulations, 29 Part 101 General statement as to course and method by which Board's functions are

channeled and determined, 29 $ 101.1 Injunctive relief or restraining orders for prevention of certain unfair labor

practices; procedure under section 10 (j) and (l) of Act, 29 $ $ 101.32,

101.33 Jurisdictional dispute cases under section 10 (k) of Act, respecting assign

ment of particular work tasks to employees in particular labor organ

ization or to particular trade, craft, or class, 29 $ $ 101.26–101.31 Representation of employees: Referendum cases under section 9 (e) (1) and (2) of Act; cases involy

ing authority of representatives of employees to enter into agreements with employers requiring membership in labor

organization as condition of employment, 29 $$ 101.21-101.25 Authorization cases; elections, petitions, initiation, etc., 29 $$ 101.

21-101.25
Representation cases under section 9 (c) of Act, 29 $ $ 101.16–101.20
Restraining orders. See Injunctive relief or restraining orders.
Telegraph Merger Act cases. See Unfair labor practice cases.
Unfair labor practice cases under section 10 (a) to (i) of Act, and Telegraph

Merger Act cases (cases involving rights of employees to organize, bar

gain collectively, etc.), 29 $$ 101.2–101.15a Strikes and boycotts to force certain unfair labor practices; temporary injunc

tive relief or restraining orders, procedure under section 10 (j) and (1) of

Act, 29 $ $ 101.32, 101.33, 102.76–102.79 Telegraph carriers, merged, employees of; enforcement of rights, privileges, and

immunities under section 222 (f) of Communications Act of 1934 (Telegraph

Merger Act), 29 $$ 101.2–101.15a, 102.91 Unfair labor practice disputes; proceedings, 29 $ $ 101.2–101.15a, 102.9–102.51h

National Mediation Board:
Regulations under Railway Labor Act respecting mediation of labor disputes

between carriers (railroad and air carriers) and their employees:
Adjustment Board. See National Railroad Adjustment Board.
Agreements, mediation. See Mediation agreements.
Air carriers; coverage under Railway Labor Act, 29 $ 1202.13
Air Transport Adjustment Board; provisions for establishment, 29 g 1202.12
Applications for mediation services of Board. See Mediation services of

Board.
Arbitrators; appointment of, in event of unsuccessful mediation of dispute,

29 $ 1202.9
Bill of rights of employees under Railway Labor Act, 29 $ 1205.2
Collective bargaining; right of employees respecting, under Railway Labor

Act, 29 $ 1205.2
Contracts, labor. See Labor contracts.
Definitions, 29 Part 1201

Carrier, 29 $$ 1201.1, 1201.2
Electric railroad lines; determination by Interstate Commerce Com-

mission as to whether line operated by electric power falls within

terms of part, 29 $ 1201.3
Employee, 29 $ 1201.4, 1201.5

Representatives, 29 $ 1201.6
Disputes. See Labor disputes.
Elections of representatives of employees:

Disputes respecting; handling of. See Representation disputes.

Procedure. See Procedure.
Emergency boards; appointment by President to investigate labor disputes

not adjusted by mediation, or other procedures, 29 $ 1202.11

National Mediation Board Continued
Regulations under Railway Labor Act respecting mediation-Continued
Interstate Commerce Commission; determination by, upon request of Media-

tion Board, as to whether any electric line is "carrier", 29 $ 1201.3
Labor contracts; maintaining, changing, etc., 29 Part 1204

Arbitrary changing, 29 $ 1204.2
Filing, 29 $ 1204.3

Making and maintaining, 29 $ 1204.1
Labor disputes:

Mediation services in connection with. See Mediation services of Board.
Notices respecting handling of, 29 $ 1205.1
Procedure respecting. See Procedure.

Representation disputes. See Representation disputes.
Mediation agreements:

Application for services of Board respecting, 29 g 1203.1

Interpretation of, by Board, 29 $$ 1202.2, 1203.3
Mediation services of Board, 29 Part 1203

Application for mediation services, 29 $ 1203.1
How invoked; procedure, 29 § 1202.1
Interpretation of mediation agreements, 29 $ 1203.3

Representation disputes, investigation of, 29 $ 1203.2
National Air Transport Adjustment Board; provision for establishment,

29 $ 1202.12
National Railroad Adjustment Board; duties of National Mediation Board

respecting: Appointment of referees, in cases where Division of Adjustment Board

becomes deadlocked on award, 29 $ 1202.10 Labor members of Adjustment Board, selection of, by national labor

organizations; duties of Board in case of disputes respecting, 29

§ 1202.14
Notices in re: Railway Labor Act, 29 Part 1205

Disputes, handling of, 29 $ 1205.1
Employees' Bill of Rights, 29 § 1205.2
General Order No. 1 respecting notices, 29 $ 1205.3

Substantive rules, 29 $ 1205.4
Organization; rights of employees under Railway Labor Act to organize,

29 $ 1205.2
Procedure, rules of, 29 Part 1202

Air carriers; coverage under Railway Labor Act, 29 $ 1202.13
Air Transport Adjustment Board, National; provision for establish-

ment, 29 $ 1202.12
Arbitrators; appointment of, in event of unsuccessful mediation of

dispute, 29 $ 1202.9 Election of representatives of employees. See Representation of

employees.
Emergency boards; appointment by President to investigate disputes

not adjusted by mediation, or other procedures, 29 $ 1202.11
Mediation agreements; interpretation of, by Board, 29 $ 1202.2
Mediation services; how invoked, 29 $ 1202.1
National Railroad Adjustment Board; duties of Mediation Board

respecting:
Appointment of referees, in cases where Division of National Rail-

road Adjustment Board becomes deadlocked on award, 29

§ 1202.10 Labor members of National Railroad Adjustment Board, selection

of, by national labor organizations; duties of Mediation Board

in case of dispute respecting, 29 $ 1202.14
Records of carriers; Board to have access to, 29 $ 1202.6
Referees, appointment of, in cases where Division of National Railroad

Adjustment Board becomes deadlocked on award, 29 $ 1202.10
Representation of employees:
Craft or class of employees eligible to participate in designation

of representatives; hearings respecting, 29 1202.8
Elections of representatives of employees, 29 $$ 1202.5, 1202.7
Investigation of disputes respecting, 29 $$ 1202.3, 1202.4

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National Mediation Board Continued
Regulations under Railway Labor Act respecting mediation-Continued

Records of carriers; Board to have access to, 29 $ 1202.6
Referees, appointment of, in cases where Division of National Railroad

Adjustment Board becomes deadlocked on award, 29 $ 1202.10
Representation disputes:
Handling of, 29 Part 1206

Authorization cards, age of, 29 $ 1206.3
Authorizations; percentage of valid authorizations required to

determine existence of dispute, 29 $ 1206.2
Determination of existence of dispute; percentage of valid authori-

zations required, 29 $ 1206.2
Dismissed employees; eligibility to vote, 29 g 1206.6
Elections; run-off elections, 29 $ 1206.1
Intervenor's interest in dispute, necessary evidence of, 29 $ 1206.5
Rules and regulations:

Amendment or rescission of, 29 $ 1206.8

To be liberally construed, 29 $ 1206.7
Time limit on applications, 29 § 1206.4
Investigation of disputes, 29 $$ 1202.3, 1202.4, 1203.2
Representation of employees:

Election of representatives, 29 $$ 1202.5 1202.7, 1202.8
Representation disputes:

Handling of, 29 $ $ 1206.1-1206.8

Investigation of; procedure, 29 $ $ 1202.3, 1202.4
Right of employees under Railway Labor Act to determine who shall

represent them, 29 § 1205.2
Rights of employees under Railway Labor Act to organize, determine who

shall represent them, and to bargain collectively, 29 $ 1205.2

Substantive rules of Board, 29 $ 1205.4 National Military Establishment; regulations respecting. See Defense Department. National monuments. See National forests, parks, monuments, etc. National origin, discrimination because of, prohibitions against. See Discrimina

tion.
National Park Service, Interior Department:
Accidents, reporting of:

General rules, 36 $ 1.19
Great Smoky Mountain National Park, 36 $ 20.14 (j)
Recreation areas, national (Lake Mead, Millerton Lake, Coulee Dam,

Shadow Mountain, 36 $ 2.15
Rocky Mountain National Park, 36 $ 20.7 (f)
Arlington National Cemetery. See Lee Mansion; and National cemetery regu-

lations. Discrimination because of race, color, creed, or national origin, prohibitions

respecting : General rules, 36 $ 1.60 In National Capital parks; furnishing public accommodations and using

park areas, 36 $ 3.45 In national recreation areas; furnishing public accommodations, 36 $ 2.28 Employees of concessioners, applicable labor standards, wages, hours, etc., 36

Part 28 Fees, for admissions, guides, and various uses, in national parks, monuments,

historic sites, statutes, memorial, etc. See National parks, monuments,

historic sites, etc. Filming of motion or sound pictures, in areas administered by National Park

Service, 36 $$ 1.29, 6.15; 43 $$ 5.1, 5.3–5.8 Hospital, Aileen Nusbaum, Mesa Verde National Park; charges for services,

36 $ 20.39 Labor standards for employees of concessioners; wages, hours, etc., 36 Part 28 Lake Mead National Recreational Area. See Recreation areas. Lee Mansion, Arlington National Cemetery; admission fees, 36 $$ 3.44 (a), 13.1 Lincoln Museum and House where Lincoln died; admission fees, 36 $$ 3.44 (a),

13.1 Liquors, use of, in National Capital parks, prohibited, 36 : 3.27

National Park Service Continued
Motor vehicles, operation of:

Within National Capital parks, 36 $$ 3.27-3.38
Within national cemeteries, 36 $ 5.4
Within recreation areas, 36 $ $ 2.20, 2.29

Within various national parks. See under National parks, monuments, etc. National Capital parks regulations, 36 Part 3

Advertising, 36 $ 3.23
Animals:

Dogs and cats, 36 $ 3.11
Grazing; permitting animals to run loose, 36 $ 3.13

Horses, 36 $ 3.12
Applicability of regulations, and Federal, District of Columbia, and State

laws; penalties, place of trial, etc., 36 $$ 3.1-3.3, 3.5, 3.6
Athletics, 36 $ 3.15
Bicycling, roller skating, and coasting restrictions, 36 $ 3.39
Boating, 36 $ 3.40
Camping, 36 $ 3.26
Coasting restrictions, 36 $ 3.39
Comfort stations, 36 $ 3.9
Discrimination because of race, color, creed or national origin prohibited

in furnishing public accommodations and in using park areas, 36 $ 3.45
Disorderly conduct, 36 $ 3.24
Fees; admission, elevator service, 36 $ 3.44
Fishing and hunting, 36 $ 3.18
Gambling, 36 $ 3.17
Hunting and fishing, 36 $ 3.18
Indecency, immorality, profanity, 36 $ 3.25
Installation permits required for installing or maintaining buildings, facili-

ties, etc., 36 $ 3.46
Lamps and lamp posts, 36 $ 3.8
Liquors, use of; intoxication, 36 $ 3.27
Loitering, camping, vagrancy, 36 $ 3.26
Lost and found articles, 36 $ 3.42
Making false reports to United States Park Police, 36 $ 3.47
Model planes, 36 $ 3.16
Motor vehicles; regulations for operation, 36 $$3.27–3.38
Nuisances; disorderly conduct, 36 $ 3.24
Parades, public meetings, and other functions; permits, areas available,

prohibitions, 36 $$ 3.19-3.22a
Park property:

Comfort stations and other structures, 36 $ 3.9
Lamps and lamp posts, 36 $ 3.8
Miscellaneous provisions, 36 $ 3.7

Trees, shrubs, plants, grass, and other vegetation, 36 $ 3.10
Photographing, restrictions, 36 $ 3.43
Picnics, 36 $ 3.14
Profanity, 36 $ 3.25
Public meetings. See Parades, public meetings.
Roller skating restrictions, 36 $ 3.39
Sales, 36 $ 3.23
Scientific specimens, collection, 36 $ 3.41
Soliciting, advertising, sales, 36 $ 3.23
Trees, shrubs, plants, etc., 36 $ 3.10
Vagrancy, 36 $ 3.26

Violations; schedule of minimum collateral, 36 $ 3.101
National cemetery regulations, 36 Part 5

Animals, 36 $ 5.19
Arlington National Cemetery; Confederate veterans, evidence of right to

burial, 36 $ 5.7
Electricity, telephone, and telegraph lines, erection, 36 $ 5.5 (a)
Headstones, monuments, footstones, and mausoleums, 36 $ $ 5.13-5.16
Hours of opening, 36 g 5.1

National Park Service-Continued
National cemetery regulations, 36 Part 5—Continued
Interment:

Disinterments, 36 $ 5.12
Evidence of right, 36 $ 5.7
Free cost of interment, 36 $ 5.10
Members of families, 36 $ 5.8
Persons entitled to burial, 36 § 5.6
Reinterments, 36 $ 5.9

Sunday, 36 8 5.11
Mausoleums. See Headstones.
Memorial Day, 36 $ 5.3
Monuments. See Headstones.
Ornamentation of grounds, 36 g 5.17
Photographs, sale, 36 $ 5.5 (b)
Telephone and telegraph lines, erection of, 36 $ 5.5 (a)
Trafic; approach roads, 36 $8 5.4, 5.18

Visitors, 36 $ 5.2
National Park Trust Fund Board; procedure and business, 36 Part 31

Donations; acceptance, 36 $$ 31.4, 31.5
Meetings, 36 $ 31.3

Officers; duties, 36 $$ 31.2, 31.3
National parks, monuments, historic sites, etc.;
General rules and regulations, 36 Part 1

Abandonment of property, 36 $ 1.24
Accidents, report of, 36 $ 1.19
Accommodations:

Fraudulently obtaining, 36 $ 1.26

Public; discrimination in furnishing, prohibited, 36 $ 1.60
Advertisements, 36 $ 1.30
Aircraft, landing of, 36 $ 1.61
Animals:

Dead, 36 $ 1.21
Dogs and cats, 36 $ 1.13
Feeding of animals, 36 $ 1.10
Grazing, 36 $ 1.20
Impounding, 36 $ 1.62

Protection of wildlife, 36 $ 1.9
Archeologic ruins and objects, 36 $ 1.16
Bathing, 36 $ 1.6
Begging, soliciting, etc., 36 $ 1.22
Boats, 36 $ 1.59
Camping, 36 $ 1.3
Closing of areas, 36 $ 1.18
Disorderly conduct, 36 $ 1.23
Firearms, etc., 36 $ 1.11
Fires, 36 § 1.8
Fishing, 36 $ 1.4
Gambling, 36 $ 1.28
General provisions, 36 $ 1.0
Grazing, 36 $ 1.20
Hunting, 36 § 1.9
Lost articles, 36 § 1.25
Mining and prospecting, 36 $ 1.27
Motion or sound pictures, 36 1.29
Motor vehicles, regulations for operation, 36 $$ 1.34-1.58
Mountain summit climbing, 36 8 1.14
Pack trains and saddle horse parties, 36 § 1.17
Penalties, 36 $ 1.91
Picnicking, 36 $ 1.5
Private lands, 36 $ 1.32
Private operations, 36 $ 1.31
Prospecting and mining, 36 g 1.27

Public meetings and speeches, 36 $ 1.63

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