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National Park Service Continued
National parks, monuments, historic sites, etc.—Continued
Special regulations for individual parks, monuments, etc.-Continued
Rocky Mountain National Park-Continued
Motor vehicles:

Commercial automobiles and busses, 36 $$ 1.36, 20.7 (g)
Fees:

Automobiles, motorcycles, and trailers, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.15

Trucking, 36 $ 20.7 (e)
Speed, 36 § 20.7 (h)
Pack trains or saddle horse parties, 36 $ 1.17
Private lands within, 36 Part 12

Travel on roads and trails, 36 $ 20.7 (c)
Roosevelt, Franklin D., Home National Historic Site; admission fees,

36 $$ 13.1, 13.13 (c)
Roosevelt, Theodore, National Memorial Park; speed of vehicles, 36

20.50 (a)
Salem Maritime National Historic Site; fees:

Admission, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.13 (b)

Wharfage, 36 $ 20.30 (a)
Scotts Bluff National Monument; motor vehicles:

Fees for automobiles, motorcycles, and trailers, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.15

Speed, 36 $ 20.53 (a)
Sequoia National Park:

Camping, 36 $ 20.8 (b)
Fees:

Automobiles, motorcycles, and trailers, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.15

Crystal Cave guides, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.7
Fishing, 36 $ $ 1.4, 20.8 (e)
Motor vehicles:

Commercial automobiles and busses, 36 88 1.36, 1.40 (e), 20.8 (f)
Entrance roads, speed, 36 $ 20.8 (c), (d)

Fees for automobiles, motorcycles, and trailers, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.15
Pack trains or saddle horse parties, 36 g 1.17

Private lands within, 36 Part 12
Shadow Mountain National Recreation Area, Colorado; general regula-

tions. See Recreation areas.
Shenandoah National Park:

Fishing, 36 $ $ 1.4, 20.15 (a)
Motor vehicles:
Fees:

Automobiles, motorcycles, and trailers, 36 $ $ 13.1, 13.15

Commercial sightseeing busses, 36 88 13.1, 13.2
Permits; validity period, 36 $ 1.40
Speed, 36 $ 20.15 (b)

Travel on roads and trails, 36 $ 20.15 (c)
Shiloh National Military Park; motor vehicles:

Maximum weight, 36 $ 20.9 (a)

Speed, 36 & 20.9 (b)
Statue of Liberty National Monument:

Checking parcels and baggage, 36 $ 20.33 (a)

Elevator fee, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.12
Timpanogos Cave National Monument:

Guide fees, 36 88 13.1, 13.10

Speed of vehicles, 36 $ 20.37 (a)
Tonto National Monument; admission fees, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.13 (a)
Tumacacori National Monument; admission fees, 36 $f 13.1, 13.13 (a)
Tuzigoot National Monument; admission fees, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.13 (a)
Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site:

Admission, 36 $ $ 13.1, 13.13 (b), 20.31 (b)
Fishing, picnicking, prohibited, 36 $ 20.31 (c), (d)
Speed of vehicles, 36 $ 20.31 (a)

National Park Service Continued
National parks, monuments, historic sites, etc.-Continued
Special regulations for individual parks, monuments, etc.-Continued
Vicksburg National Military Park:

Museum admission fees, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.13 (b)

Speed of vehicles, 36 $ 20.51 (a)
Walnut Canyon National Monument; admission fees, 36 $$ 13.1,

13.13 (a)
Washington Monument; elevator fee, 36 $8 13.1, 13.12
White Sands National Monument; fees for automobiles, motorcycles,

and trailers, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.15
Wind Cave National Park:

Buffaloes, surplus, disposal of, 36 Part 32
Fees, guides and elevator, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.5

Fishing, 36 $ 1.4
Yellowstone National Park:

Boats, 36 $ 20.13 (d)
Fishing, 36 $ 20.13 (e)
Grazing of livestock, 36 $ 1.20 (c)
Motor vehicles:

Commercial automobiles and busses, 36 $$ 1.36, 20.13 (f)
Fees for automobiles, motorcycles, and trailers, 36 $$ 13.1, 13.15

Speed, weight and size limits, trucking, 36 8. 20.13 (a)-(c)
Pack trains or saddle horse parties, 36 $ 1.17
Private lands within, 36 Part 12

Wild animals, surplus, disposal of, 36 Part 32
Yosemite National Park:

Camping, 36 $ 20.16 (e)
Fishing, 36 $$ 1.4, 20.16 (a)
Motor vehicles:

Commercial automobiles and busses, 36 $ 1.36
Fees for automobiles, motorcycles, and trailers, 36 88 13.1, 13.15
Roads; entrance roads, closed roads, 36 $ 20.16 (b), (c)

Speed, 36 $ 20.16 (d)
Pack trains or saddle horse parties, 36 $ 1.17

Private lands within, 36 Part 12
Zion National Park:

Fishing, 36 $ 1.4
Motor vehicles:

Commercial automobiles and busses, 36 $$ 1.36, 20.10 (e)
Fees for automobiles, motorcycles, and trailers, 36 88 13.1, 13.15

Load, weight, size, and speed limits, 36 $ 20.10 (a)-(d)

Pack trains or saddle horse parties, 36 $ 1.17
Recreation areas:
Catoctin Recreational Demonstration Area:

Fishing, 36 $ 20.24
General regulations. See Recreational demonstration area regula-

tions, below.
Establishment of recreational sites; cooperation with Land Management

Bureau, 43 $$ 254.1–254.9
General rules and regulations for certain national recreation areas (Lake

Mead, Millerton Lake, Coulee Dam, Shadow Mountain), 36 Part 2
Accidents, 36 § 2.15
Advertisements, 36 $ 2.18
Aircraft, 36 $ 2.14
Areas, listed, 36 $ 2.1
Bathing and swimming, 36 $ 2.7
Boats, 36 $8 2.21-2.25
Building material; authority of Superintendent respecting removal,

36 $ 2.10
Camping, 36 $ 2.3
Closing of area, 36 $ 2.19
Commercial uses, 36 $ 2.17
Compliance with Federal laws and regulations, 36 $ 2.27
Definitions, 36 $ 2.2

National Park Service Continued
Recreation areas Continued
General rules and regulations for certain national recreation areas, 36

Part 2-Continued
Discrimination because of race, color, creed, or national origin in

furnishing public accommodations, prohibition against, 36 $ 2.28
Disorderly conduct, 36 $ 2.12
Firearms and explosives, 36 $ 2.8
Fires, 36 $ 2.9
Fishing, 36 $ 2.6
Grazing and agricultural use, 36 $ 2.16
Houseboats, 36 $ 2.21
Hunting and trapping, 36 $ 2.5
Motor vehicles, 36 $ $ 2.20, 2.29
Obstructions, 36 $ 2.26
Pets, 36 $ 2.13
Picnicking, 36 $ 2.4
Private uses, 36 $ 2.17
Public accommodations, discrimination because of race, color, creed or

national origin in furnishing, prohibition against, 36 $ 2.28
Public property; injury, removal of natural objects or of sand, gravel,

etc., 36 $ 2.10
Reckless driving, 36 $ 2.29
Restricted waters, 36 $ 2.24
Sand, gravel, etc.; authority of Superintendent respecting removal,

36 $ 2.10
Sanitation, 36 $ 2.11
Superintendent; authority respecting removal of natural objects, sand,

gravel, etc., 36 $ 2.10
Swimming and bathing, 36 $ 2.7
Trapping and hunting, 36 $ 2.5

Vehicles, 36 $$ 2.20, 2.29
Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Arizona and Nevada:

General regulations. See General rules and regulations.

Speed of vehicles, 36 $ 20.48 (a)
Recreational demonstration area regulations, 36 Part 6

Abandonment of property, 36 8 6.16
Advertisements, 36 $ 6.21
Animals:

Dogs and cats, 36 $ 6.17
Grazing, 36 $ 6.24

Wildlife protection, 36 $ 6.7
Bathing, 36 $ 6.5
Camping, 36 $ 6.3
Disorderly conduct, 36 $ 6.13
Firearms, etc., 36 $ 6.8
Fires, 36 $ 6.9
Fishing, 36 g 6.4
Gambling, 36 $ 6.12
Grazing, 36 $ 6.24
Motion or sound pictures, 36 $ 6.15
Motor vehicles:

Speed limitations, 36 $ 6.20
Traffic, 36 $ 6.19

Travel on roads and trails, 36 $ 6.18
Motorboats, 36 $ 6.23
Picnicking, 36 $ 6.6
Preservation of public property and natural features, 36 $ 6.2
Private operations, 36 $ 6.22
Radios, 36 $ 6.14
Restricted areas, 36 $ 6.10
Sanitation, 36 $ 6.11
Travel on roads and trails, 36 g 6.18
Wildlife protection, 36 $ 6.7

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National Park Service-Continued
Recreational sites, establishment of; cooperation with Land Management

Bureau, 43 $ 254.13
Statues, memorials, etc. See National parks, monuments, historic sites, etc.
National Park Trust Fund Board; procedure, etc., 36 Part 31
National parks. See National forests, parks, monuments, etc.
National Railroad Adjustment Board:
Awards:
Referees in cases where Division of Board becomes deadlocked; appoint-

ment by National Mediation Board, 29 $ 1202.10 Signing of. See Rules of procedure. Labor members of Board, selection of, by national labor organizations; duties

on National Mediation Board in case of dispute respecting, 29 $ 1202.14 Rules of procedure, 29 Part 301

Appearances in person, by Counsel, etc., 29 $ 301.8
Awards, signing of, 29 § 301.9
Classes of disputes, 29 & 301.2
Form of submission, 29 $$ 301.5, 301.6
General duties of carriers to maintain agreements within and avoid disputes

with employees, 29 8 301.1
Hearings, 29 $ 301.7
Jurisdiction of Divisions, 29 & 301.4
Organization of Board, 29 8 301.3

National Science Foundation:
Fellowships in various sciences; qualifications, conditions of appointment, loca-

tion of work, stipends and allowances, etc.:
Postdoctoral fellowships, 45 Part 602

Senior postdoctoral fellowships, 45 Part 603 Predoctoral graduate fellowships, 45 Part 601 Grants for scientific research; proposals, establishing amount of grant, pay

ment of award, equipment, reporting, security, etc., 45 Part 620

Guide for submission of research proposals, 45 § 620.9 National securities exchanges: Credit, relationships with Federal Reserve banks, etc. See Federal Reserve

System. Regulations respecting, under Securities Exchange Act of 1934. See Securities

and Exchange Commission. National security. See National defense; and Security programs. National Security Clause, and procedures for transfer of property under National

Industrial Reserve regulations, 32 $ $ 145.450—145.701-2

National Shipping Authority, 32A Chapter XVIII:
Agents, general agents, and berth agents:

Applications for appointment, AGE-2
Bonds, surety, AGE-2
Compensation for services rendered in connection with husbanding and

conduct of business of dry-cargo vessels under Service Agreement

GAA, 3-19-51, AGE-4
Procedure for preparation of invoices for, and payment of compensa-

ton, FIS-2
Decommissioning of ships and tankers, and placing in reserve fleet; author-

ity of general agents, OPR 4, OPR 6
Definitions, AGE-1
Duties of berth agents and general agents, AGE-5

Repairs, duties respecting. See Repairs, below.
Slop chests, OPR-1

Voyage data, OPR-2
Expenses under service agreements, allowability of, AGE-8
Financial qualifications, AGE-2

National Shipping Authority, 32A Chapter XVII—Continued
Agents, general agents, and berth agents Continued
Financial transactions under agency agreements:

Procedural rules respecting accounts, disbursements, etc., FIS-1
Procedures to be followed by general agents in preparation of invoices

and payment of compensation, FIS-2
Insurance, marine protection and indemnity; instructions respecting

policies, premiums, reports, claims, etc., INS-1 Library service for American merchant marine, authority of general

agents to provide for, AGE-7
Repairs for vessels or equipment; authority of general agents respecting.

See Repairs, below.
Service agreements:

Between National Shipping Authority and berth agents, AGE-1
For vessels of which United States is owner or owner pro hac vice,

AGE-1
Addendum to GAA 3–19–51; general agents required to execute,

AGE-1
Applicability of former Maritime Commission and War Shipping Administration

orders, regulations and instructions, AGE-8 Bonds, surety:

General agents and berth agents, AGE-2
Ship's personnel, bonding of; amount of bond, premium, posting of bond,

form, etc., AGE-3 Brokerage commissions, maximum, applicable to National Shipping Authority

vessels, DTO-2 Certificate of ownership and operation for general agency vessels, AGE-6 Charter terms under “Warshipvoy” charter. See Transportation of various

commodities. Coal, transportation of, under “Warshipvoy” charter. See Transportation of

various commodities. Compensation for agents. See Agents, general agents, and berth agents. Contracts for ship repairs. See Repairs for vessels or equipment. Decommissioning ships; authority and responsibility of general agents to decom

mission ships and tankers to be withdrawn from operation and placed in

reserve fleet, OPR-4, OPR-6 Expenses for operating vessels under service agreements, allowability of, AGE-8 Financial qualifications of agents, AGE-2 Grain, transportation of, under “Warshipvoy” charter. See Transportation of

various commodities. Insurance, marine protection and indemnity, instructions under general agency

and berth agency agreements; policies, premiums, reports, claims, etc.,

INS-1 Iron ore, transportation of, under “Warshipvoy” charter. See Transportation

of various commodities. Launch services; authority and circumstances under which launch hire will

be accepted as vessel operating expense, OPR-3 Library service for American merchant marine, authority of general agents to

provide for, AGE-7 Rates, freight, for transportation of coal, grain and iron ore under “Warshipvoy"

charter. See Transportation of various commodities. Repairs for vessels or equipment; authority and responsibility of general agents,

SRM-1 SRM-6
Continental United States ports, voyage repairs and service equipment in,

SRM-3
Expenditure control and distribution of job orders under “Worksmalrep"

contracts, procedure for preparation of documents respecting, SRM-1
Foreign ports, emergency repairs in, SRM-2
Foreign repair custom's entries, SRM-4
Master lump sum repair contract “Lumpsumrep,” repairs under; procedure

for, SRM-5
Minor repairs, under NSA individual “Worksmalrep" contracts; procedure

for, SRM-6

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