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Narcotics Bureau-Continued
Opium poppies, products, etc.—Continued
Opium poppies; production of, etc., 21 Part 303—Continued

Penalties, 21 $ 303.17
Policy, 21 303.2
Production of poppies, 21 $ $ 303.3–303.6

Returns required of producers and manufacturers, 21 $$ 303.14, 303.15 Penalties, in connection with importation or exportation of narcotic drugs,

21 $ 302.57 Permits, for importation and exportation of narcotic drugs:

See also Importation and exportation of narcotic drugs.

Permits issued prior to effective date of regulations, 21 $ 302.58 Petition for remission of forfeiture of vessels, vehicles, or aircraft, 21 $ 304.1 (f) Poppies, opium. See Opium poppies, products, etc. Registration under Internal Revenue Narcotic Law, 21 $ 304.1 (c) Seized narcotic drugs, to be delivered to collectors of customs, 21 $ 302.54 Shippers' export declarations, permits, etc., for exportation of narcotic drugs,

21 88 302.17–302.27 State or municipal prosecuting officers or agencies having power to suspend or

revoke licenses, cooperation with, 21 88 301.8–301.11 Vehicles, forfeited; petition for remission of forfeiture, 21 § 304.1 (f) Vessels:

Forfeited; petition for remission of forfeiture, 21 304,1 (f)

Medical stores of narcotic drugs on, 21 $ 302.53
Narrow fabrics industry; trade practice conference rules, 16 Part 207
Natchez Trace National Parkway:

Animal-drawn vehicles, and animals, 36 $ 20.43 (a), (b)

Speed of vehicles, 36 § 20.43 (c) National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics: Contract Disputes and Appeals; appeals by contractors, action, etc., 32 Part

1220 Development work for industry in NACA wind tunnels and engine test facili

ties, 32 Part 1210 National Advisory Council on Vocational Rehabilitation; appointment, duties, etc.,

45 $ 401.78 National agricultural conservation programs; conservation practices, rates of as

sistance, etc., of, 7 Part 1101 National Air Transport Adjustment Board for adjustment of labor disputes be

tween air carriers and employees; provisions for establishment of Board, 29

$ 1202.12 National Airport. See Washington National Airport. National Archives of United States; preservation and use of records deposited with.

See General Services Administration. National Association of Railroad and Utilities Commissioners; joint conference

respecting matters affecting communications carriers subject to jurisdiction

of more than one State, 47 Part 1, Appendix 2 National banks:

See also Banks and other financial institutions.
Chartering of, 12 & 4.1
Deposits, insurance of. See Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
Insolvent banks, liquidation of, 12 $$ 4.12–4.15, 206.15, 306.1-306.3
Loans secured upon leaseholds, 12 Part 5
Operation of. See Federal Reserve System.
Supervision of. See Comptroller of the Currency; Federal Deposit Insurance

Corporation; and Federal Reserve System.
National Bureau of Standards:
Awards of fellowship in laboratory standardization and testing, to citizens of

other American Republics, 15 Part 255 Barrels, standards for:

Fruits, vegetables, etc., 15 Part 241

Lime, barrels and other containers for, 15 Part 240 Dental materials, motion picture films on; loan of, 15 g 235.1

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National Bureau of Standards-Continued

Fees for testing various instruments, materials, etc. See Test fee schedules.
Fellowships in laboratory standardization and testing, for qualified citizens of

other American Republics, 15 Part 255
Motion pictures, on dental materials, hydraulics, etc.; loan of, 15 235.1
Samples, standard, issued by Bureau, 15 Part 230
General information; new or renewal samples, literature, etc., 15 $8 230.21-

230.23
Purchase procedure, 15 $ $ 230.1–230.3
Reference standards; radiometry, photometry and colorimetry (lamp stand-

ards, gloss standards, etc.), 15 § 230.11 (w)
Schedule of weights and fees:

Ceramic materials, 15 $ 230.11 (f)
Chemicals, 15 $ 230.11 (h)

See also Hydrocarbons; Microchemical; Steels.
Hydrocarbons and organic sulfur compounds; paraffins, naphthalene,

samples of calorimetric heat of combustion, etc., 15 $ 230.11 (n)
Irons, 15 $ 230.11 (b)
Kitchen and bathroom accessories, standard colors for, 15 § 230.11 (s)
Light-sensitive paper for testing colorfastness of textiles, 15 $ 230.11 (v)
Limestone slabs for caulking compound tests, 15 $ 230.11 (t)
Melting-point standards (aluminum, copper, lead, tin, and zinc), 15

$ 230.11 (j)
Microchemical standards, 15 $ 230.11 (g)
Nonferrous alloys (aluminum, brass, bronze, lead-base, nickel, tin-

base, zinc, etc.), 15 $ 230.11 (d)
Oils for use as viscometer calibrating liquids, 15 $ 230.11 (q)
Ores (bauxite, iron, manganese, tin, zinc, phosphate rock), 15 $ 230.11

(e)
pH standards, 15 $ 230.11 (i)
Paint-pigment standards for color and tinting strength only, 15

$ 230.11 (0)
Radioactive standards, 15 $ 230.11 (r)
Resolution test charts, for testing resolving power of microcopying

cameras, 15 $ 230.11 (u)
Rubber compounding, standards for, 15 $ 230.11 (p)
Spectographic standards, for steels, aluminum alloys, tin metals, and

tool steel, 15 $ 230.11 (m)
Steel-making alloys, 15 $ 230.11 (c)
Steels (chemical standards), 15 $ 230.11 (a)

Turbidimetric and fineness standard, for cement, 15 $ 230.11 (k)
Test fee schedules; fees for tests in various fields:
Atomic and molecular physics, 15 Part 204

Neutron standardization, 15 $ 204.701
Radioactivity:

Calibration of alpha-ray sources, 15 § 204.903
Measurement of radium, cobalt-60 and other gamma emitters,

15 8 204.901
Weak radioactive samples, 15 $ 204.902
Radiometry (eye protective glasses, radiation lamps, safety glass, photo-

cells, etc.), 15 $ 204.201
X-ray, instruments, equipment, and protective materials, 15 $8 204.131-

204.133
Chemistry, 15 Part 205
Electrodeposition (calibration of magne-gage for electroplated coat-

ings), 15 § 205.601
Methane gas, high purity, for use in calibration of recording gas calo-

rimeters, 15 § 205.701
Organic chemistry:

Sugar measurement instruments, 15 $ 205.301

Synthesis of "-labeled sugars, 15 § 205.302
Electricity, 15 Part 201
Electrical instruments (ammeters, voltmeters, wattmeters, trans-

formers, etc.), 15 $ $ 201.300–201.312

Electrochemistry (standard cadium cells), 15 8 201.801

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National Bureau of Standards—Continued
Test fee schedules ; fees for tests in various fields-Continued
Electricity, 15 Part 2014 Continued
Inductance and capacitance (inductors, capacitors, insulation resist-

ance, dielectric materials, etc.), 15 § 8 201.201-201.207
Magnetic measurements (magnetic materials, magnetic testing ap-

paratus, etc.), 15 $$ 201.400–201.403 Resistance measurements (precision resistors and resistance apparatus,

standards for conductivity bridges, etc.), 15 $ $201.100–201.103 General provisions; tests not covered by published schedule, minimum fees,

etc., 15 Part 200
Heat and power, 15 Part 203

Automotive fuels (diesel fuel, aviation fuel, etc.), 15 $ 203.501
Lubrication (viscometers), 15 $ 203.401
Temperature measurements (thermometers, pyrometers, thermo-

couples (etc.), 15 $ $ 203.101-203.105
Thermodynamics (gas calorimeters), 15 § 203.201
Mechanics, 15 Part 206
Aerodynamics (calibration of wind-speed indicators, pilot tubes, ven-

turi tubes, etc.), 15 § 206.301
Capacity, density, and fluid meters, 15 88 206.701–206.705
Engineering mechanics (tests for elasticity, hardness, Knoop indenter

tests, calibration of proving rings, etc.), 15 $$ 206.401-206.405 Hydraulics (water current meters, and pilot tubes), 15 $ 206.501, 206.502 Mass; balances, and various classes of weights, 15 $ $ 206.600–206.614 Mechanical instruments (pressure gages, barometers, altimeters, time

pieces, etc.), 15 88 206.201–206.204
Sound (acoustic measurements), 15 § 206.101

Timepieces; watches and chronometers, 15 § 206.204
Optics and metrology, 15 Part 202

Colorimetry. See Photometry.
Gages (plug and ring and gill net gages, blocks, micrometers, etc.),

15 88 202.500–202.505
Length (lines, tapes, surveyors' instruments, sieves, haemacytometers,

circles, etc.), 15 $8 202.401-202.412 Optical instruments (binoculars, refractometric instruments, photo

graphic objectives, optical components, spectacle lenses, etc.), 15

$8 202.201-202.205 Photographic technology (tests of photographic materials, chemicals,

film, paper, etc.), 15 $ 202.301 Photometry and colorimetry (candlepower, spectrophotometric stand

ards, reflectometery, opacimetry, glossimetry, signal glasses, trans-
mittance standards for petroleum products, calibration of instru-

ments, etc.), 15 $ $ 202.101-202.114
Scales (large capacity scales and weights), 15 § 202.801
Radio standards, 15 Part 214
High frequency standards (field intensity meters, vacuum tube volt-

meters, power factor, etc., of electrical insulating materials and

capacitors), 15 $$ 214.801-214.810 Microwave standards (calibration of meters for frequencies above 300

mc, and waveguide attenuators), 15 $$ 214.901, 214.902 Transcript services; certification of publications, and motion pictures, 15 Part 235 National Capital parks, regulations respecting. See National Park Service. National cemeteries: Establishment and supervision, eligibility for burials in, etc.; Army Department

regulations, 32 Part 553 Monuments, interments, hours, etc.; National Park Service regulations, 36

Part 5 War memorials, erection of, 36 Parts 401, 403 National Censorship Planning Committee, Interagency; establishment in Office of

Defense Mobilization, 32A Chapter I, DMO X-1
National defense:

See also Defense Department.
Civil defense. See Civil defense.

National defense-Continued
Radio services in connection with national defense. See Federal Communica-

tions Commission.
Security. See Security programs.
National Electric Rate Book, summary for, form for use by electric power com-

panies; regulations under Federal Power Act, 18 $ 141.26 National emergency:

See also Civil defense; and Disasters or emergencies.
Banking regulations of March 6 to March 28, 1933; regulations of Monetary

Offices, 31 Part 121
Contracts under Title II, First War Powers Act of 1941, as amended, and

Executive Order 10201:
Armed services regulations; formalization of informal commitments, 32

Part 83
Army Department regulations; authority, etc., 32 $$ 606.400–606.419_1
Customs regulations promulgated as result of state of national emergency,

19 Parts 51, 53, 54, 56
Explosives and ingredients, control in time of war or national emergency,

32 Parts 1301, 1302 Purchases abroad during national emergency by armed services; procurement

regulations, 32 $$ 6.301-6.303, 595.502
National farm loan associations. See Farm Credit Administration,
National forests, parks, monuments, etc.:

National forests; regulations respecting. See Forest Service.
National parks, monuments, historic sites, etc.; regulations respecting. See

National Park Service.
Public lands in; regulations respecting homestead entry, exchange of lands,

rights-of-way, etc. See Land Management Bureau.
Reservoir areas, recreation areas in; regulations respecting. See Engineers,

Corps of.
Wildlife refuges within; management, etc. See Fish and Wildlife Service; and

Forest Service.
National Guard:
Air National Guard of United States:
Application by officers for Federal recognition and promotion, in Air Force

Reserve, 32 $ 861.27
Aviation cadet training, 32 Part 874

Claims for damages involving, 32 $$ 1101.51-1101.58
National Guard regulations; appointments, enlistments, medical care, etc.,

32 Part 1101
Veterans claims by National Guard members called into Federal service, 38

$$ 3.1 (1), (t), 3.2 (a) National Industrial Equipment Reserve; return to Defense Department, 32A Chap

ter I, DMO VII-1A National industrial reserve, regulations of Defense Department respecting, 32 Part

145 National Industries for the Blind; functions respecting distribution of Government

purchase orders among agencies for the blind, 41 $$ 301.2, 301.7 National Labor Relations Act, as amended by Labor-Management Relations Act;

regulations pursuant to. See Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service; and

National Labor Relations Board.
National Labor Relations Board:
Appeals:

To Board, on dismissal of charges in jurisdictional disputes, 29 $ 101.27
To General Counsel, by complainant on dismissal of charges in unfair labor

practice cases, 29 $ 101.6
Atomic Energy Commission installations; conduct of labor relations cases in,

10 88 6.10-6.14
Back pay proceeding, 29 $$ 101.15a, 102.51a-102.51h
Boycotts. See Strikes and boycotts.
Collective bargaining; election of representatives of employees for purpose of.

See Representation of employees.

1

National Labor Relations Board-Continued
Communist Party affiliation or belief, filing of affidavits respecting, by labor

union officers; compliance with section 9 (h) of Labor-Management Rela

tions Act, 29 $$ 101.3, 102.13 (b) (2) Court action in enforcement of decisions of Board in unfair labor practice

cases, 29 $ 101.15 Election of representatives of employees for purpose of collective bargaining;

petitioning, procedure, etc.:
Referendum cases, 29 $$ 101.21-101.25, 102.65–102.70

Representation cases, 29 $ $ 101.16-101.20, 102.52–102.64
Former employees of Board; prohibitions on practice before Board, 29 $$ 102.88,

102.89 Information and records; inspection, testifying in regard to, etc., 29 $ $ 102.86,

102.87 Injunctive relief or restraining orders for prevention of certain unfair labor

practices; procedure under section 10 (j) and () of Act, 29 $8 101.32, 101.33,

102.76–102.79 Jurisdictionalt disputes respecting assignment of cular work tasks to

employees in particular labor organization or to particular trade, craft, or class; procedure to hear and determine under section 10 (k) of Act,

29 $$ 101.26–101.31, 102.71-102.75 Labor-Management Act, amending National Labor Relations Act; regulations

pursuant to. See Rules and regulations; and Statement of procedure. Practice of former employees before Board, 29 $$ 102.88, 102.89 Records and information; inspection, testifying in regard to, etc., 29 $$ 102.86,

102.87 Referendum cases. See Representation of employees for purpose of collective

bargaining. Representation of employees for purpose of collective bargaining; disputes re

specting:
Referendum cases, 29 $ $ 101.21-101.25, 102.65–102.70

Representation cases, 29 $ $ 101.16–101.20, 102.52–102.64
Restraining orders. See Injunctive relief or restraining orders.
Rules and regulations, series 6; procedures under various sections of National

Labor Relations Act, as amended by Labor-Management Relations Act,

29 Part 102
See also Statement of procedure, below.
Amendments, rescission, etc., of rules, 29 $$ 102.92–102.94
Certification and signature of documents, 29 $$ 102.84, 102.85
Definitions, 29 $ $ 102.1-102.8
Former employees, practice before Board of, 29 $$ 102.88, 102.89
Information and records, 29 $$ 102.86, 102.87
Injunctive relief or restraining orders; procedure under section 10 (j) and

(1) of Act, 29 $ $ 102.76–102.79
Jurisdictional disputes respecting assignment of particular work tasks to

employees in particular labor organization or to particular trade, craft,
or class; procedure to hear and determine, under section 10 (k) of Act,

29 $$ 102.71–102.75
Practice before Board of former employees, 29 $$ 102.88, 102.89
Records and information, 29 $$ 102.86, 102.87
Representation of employees:
Referendum, procedure for, under section 9 (e) of Act; proceedings in-

volving authority of representatives of employees to enter into
agreements requiring membership in labor organization as condi-

tion of employment, 29 88 102.65–102.70
Representation of employees, determination of questions concerning;

procedure under section 9 (c) of Act, 29 $ $ 102.52–102.64
Restraining orders. See Injunctive relief or restraining orders.
Rules, construction of, 29 $ 102.90
Service of process and papers, 29 $$ 102.80–102.83
Signature and certification of documents, 29 $$ 102.84, 102.85
Telegraph carriers, merged, employees of; enforcements of rights, immuni-

ties, etc., guaranteed under section 222 (f) of Communications Act of
1934, 29 $ 102.91

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