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206.2 Signature of orders and complaints. The Secretary of the Board, or in the event of his absence or disability, the Assistant Secretary of the Board, is hereby authorized to sign all orders of the Board, and sign and issue all complaints authorized to be issued by the Board. (Sec. 6 (a), 49 Stat. 452; 29 U.S.C., Sup., 156) [Art. VI, sec. 2, R. & Regs., ser. 1 as amended, Apr. 27, 1936, 1 F.R. 281]

PART 207-CONSTRUCTION OF RULES

Section 207.1 Rules to be liberally construed. The rules and regulations in this chapter shall be liberally construed to effectuate the purposes and provisions of the Act. (Sec. 6 (a), 49 Stat. 452; 29 U.S.C., Sup. 156) [Art. VII, sec. 1, R. & Regs., ser. 1 as amended, Apr. 27, 1936, 1 F.R. 281]

PART 208-AMENDMENTS

Section 208.1 Amendment or rescission of rules. Any rule or regulation may be amended or rescinded by the Board at any time. (Sec. 6 (a), 49 Stat. 452; 29 U.S.C., Sup., 156) [Art. VIII, sec. 1, R. & Regs., ser. 1 as amended, Apr. 27, 1936, 1 F.R. 281]

PART 209—APPENDIX

Section 209.1 Regional Offices

Region

Territory

Location

1 Maine; New Hampshire; Vermont; Massachu Old South Building,

setts; Rhode Island; Windham, New London, Boston, Mass.
Tolland, Hartford, and Middlesex Counties in

Connecticut. 2 Litchfield, New Haven, and Fairfield Counties 560 Woolworth Build

in Connecticut; Clinton, Essex, Washington, ing, New York City.
Warren, Saratoga, Schenectady, Albany,
Rensselaer, Columbia, Greene, Dutchess,
Ulster, Sullivan, Orange, Putnam, Rockland,
Westchester, Bronx, New York, Richmond,
Kings, Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk Counties
in New York State; Sussex, Passaic, Bergen,
Warren, Morris, Essex, Hudson, Union, Mid-
dlesex, Somerset, Monmouth, and Hunterdon

Counties in New Jersey. 3 New York State, except for those counties in Federal Building, cluded in the Second Region.

Buffalo, N. Y. 4 Mercer, Ocean, Burlington, Atlantic, Camden, Bankers Securities

Gloucester, Salem, Cumberland, and Cape Building, Philadel-
May Counties in New Jersey; New Castle phia, Pa.
County in Delaware; all of Pennsylvania lying
east of the eastern borders of Potter, Clinton,
Centre, Mifflin, Huntingdon, and Franklin

Counties. 5 Kent and Sussex Counties in Delaware; Mary- 32 South Street, Bal

land; District of Columbia; Virginia; North timore, Md.
Carolina; Jefferson, Berkeley, Morgan, Min-
eral, Hampshire, Grant, Hardy, and Pendle-
ton Counties in West Virginia.

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Region

Territory

Location

6

Post Office Building,

Pittsburgh, Pa.

7

National Bank Build

ing, Detroit, Mich.

8

820 N. B. C. Build

ing, Cleveland, Ohio.

9

[blocks in formation]

10

All of Pennsylvania lying west of the eastern

borders of Potter, Clinton, Centre, Mifflin,
Huntingdon, and Franklin Counties; Hancock,
Brooke, Ohio, Marshall, Wetzel, Monongalia,
Marion, Harrison, Taylor, Doddridge, Pres-
ton, Lewis, Barbour, Tucker, Upshur, Ran-
dolph, Webster, and Pocahontas Counties in

West Virginia.
Michigan, exclusive of Gogebic, Ontonagon,

Houghton, Keweenaw, Baraga, Iron, Dickin-
son, Marquette, Menominee, Delta, Alger,
Schoolcraft, Luce, Chippewa, and Mackinac

Counties.
Ohio, north of the southern borders of Darke,

Miami, Champaign, Union, Delaware, Lick-
ing, Muskingum, Guernsey, and Belmont

Counties.
West Virginia, west of the western borders of

Wetzel, Doddridge, Lewis, and Webster Coun-
ties and southwest of the southern and western
borders of Pocahontas County; Ohio, south of
the southern borders of Darke, Miami, Cham-
paign, Union, Delaware, Licking, Muskingum,
Guernsey, and Belmont Counties; Kentucky,
east of the western borders of Hardin, Hart,

Barren, and Monroe Counties.
South Carolina; Tennessee; Georgia; Alabama,

north of the northern borders of Choctaw,
Marengo, Dallas, Lowndes, Montgomery,

Macon, and Russell Counties.
Indiana, except for Lake, Porter, La Porte, St.

Joseph, Elkhart, Lagrange, Noble, Steuben,
and De Kalb Counties; Kentucky, west of the
western borders of Hardin, Hart, Barren, and

Monroe Counties.
Wisconsin; Gogebic, Ontonagon, Houghton,

Keweenaw, Baraga, Iron, Dickinson, Mar-
quette, Menominee, Delta, Alger, Schoolcraft,
Luce, Chippewa, and Mackinac Counties in

Michigan.
Lake, Porter, La Porte, St. Joseph, Elkhart,

Lagrange, Noble, Steuben, and De Kalb
Counties in Indiana; Illinois, north of the
northern borders of Edgar, Coles, Shelby,
Christian, Montgomery, Macoupin, Greene,
Scott, Brown, and Adams Counties.
Illinois, south of the northern borders of Edgar,

Coles, Shelby, Christian, Montgomery, Ma-
coupin, Greene, Scott, Brown, and Adams
Counties; Missouri, east of the western bor-
ders of Scotland, Knox, Shelby, Monroe,
Audrain, Callaway, Osage, Maries, Phelps,

Dent, Shannon, and Oregon Counties.
Louisiana; Arkansas; Mississippi; Florida; Ala-

bama, south of the northern borders of Choc-
taw, Marengo, Dallas, Lowndes, Montgomery,
Macon, and Russell Counties.

Ten Forsyth Street

Building, Atlanta,
Ga.

11

Architects Building,

Indianapolis, Ind.

12

Madison Building,

Milwaukee, Wis.

13

20 North Wacker

Drive, Chicago, Ill.

14

United States Court

and Custom House, St. Louis, Mo.

15

Hibernia Bank Build

ing, New Orleans, La.

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Region

Territory

Location

16 Oklahoma; Texas.

Federal Court Build

ing, Fort Worth,

Texas. 17 Missouri, west of the western borders of Scot Scarritt Building,

land, Knox, Shelby, Monroe, Audrain, Cal Kansas City, Mo. laway, Osage, Maries, Phelps, Dent, Shannon,

and Oregon Counties; Kansas; Nebraska. 18 Iowa; Minnesota; North Dakota; South Dakota New Post Office

Building, Min

neapolis, Minn. 19 Washington; Oregon; Idaho; Territory of Alaska- Dexter Horton Build

ing, Seattle, Wash. 20 Nevada; California, north of the southern bor 1095 Market Street,

ders of Monterey, Kings, Tulare, and Inyo San Francisco, Counties; Territory of Hawaii.

Calif. 21 Arizona; California, south of southern borders of Pacific Electric BuildMonterey, Kings, Tulare, and Inyo Counties. ing, Los Angeles,

Calif. 22 Montana; Utah; Wyoming; Colorado; New Mex Central Savings Bank ico.

Building, Denver,
Colo.

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CHAPTER III–NATIONAL RAILROAD ADJUSTMENT

BOARD

PART 301-ORGANIZATION AND CERTAIN RULES OF

PROCEDURE

Sec.
301.1 General duties.
301.2 Classes of disputes.
301.3 Organization,
301.4 Jurisdiction.
301.5 Form of submission.

Sec.
301.6 General.
301.7 Hearings.
301.8 Appearances.
301.9 Awards.

Section 301.1 General duties. First. It shall be the duty of all carriers, their officers, agents and employees to exert every reasonable effort to make and maintain agreements concerning rates of pay, rules, and working conditions, and to settle all disputes, whether arising out of the application of such agreements or otherwise, in order to avoid any interruption to commerce or to the operation of any carrier growing out of any dispute between the carrier and the employees thereof.

Second. All disputes between a carrier or carriers and its or their employees shall be considered, and, if possible, decided, with all expedition, in conference between representatives designated and authorized so to confer, respectively, by the carrier or carriers and by the employees thereof interested in the dispute.**

*88 301.1 to 301.9, inclusive, issued under the authority contained in sec. 3, 48 Stat. 1189; 45 U.S.C. 153.

*The source of $$ 301.1 to 301.9, inclusive, is Circular 1, National Railroad Adjustment Board, Oct. 10, 1934.

301.2 Classes of disputes. The disputes between an employee or group of employees and a carrier or carriers growing out of grievances or out of the interpretation or application of agreements concerning rates of pay, rules, or working conditions, including cases pending and unadjusted on the date of approval of this Act (June 21, 1934, 48 Stat. 1185; 45 U.S.C. 151–162), shall be handled in the usual manner up to and including the chief operating officer of the carrier designated to handle such disputes; but, failing to reach an adjustment in this manner, the disputes may be referred by petition of the parties or by either party to the appropriate division of the Adjustment Board with a full statement of the facts and all supporting data bearing upon the disputes.

No petition shall be considered by any division of the Board unless the subject matter has been handled in accordance with the provisions of the Railway Labor Act, approved June 21, 1934.**

301.3 Organization. The National Railroad Adjustment Board was organized as of July 31, 1934, in accordance with the provisions of the Railway Labor Act, approved June 21, 1934. The said Adjust

**For statutory and source citations, see note to $ 301.1.

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