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ment Board is composed of four Divisions, whose proceedings shall be independent of one another. The First, Second and Third Divisions thereof are each composed of 10 members, and the Fourth Division thereof is composed of 6 members.”f 301.4 Jurisdiction. First Division: To have jurisdiction over disputes involving train- and yard-service employees of carriers; that is, engineers, firemen, hostlers, and outside hostler helpers, conductors, trainmen, and yard-service employees. Second Division: To have jurisdiction over disputes involving machinists, boilermakers, blacksmiths, sheet-metal workers, electrical workers, car men, the helpers and apprentices of all the foregoing, coach cleaners, power-house employees, and railroad-shop laborers. Third Division: To have jurisdiction over disputes involving station, tower, and telegraph employees, train dispatchers, maintenance-of-way men, clerical employees, freight handlers, express, station, and store employees, signal men, sleeping-car conductors, sleeping-car porters, and maids and dining-car employees. Fourth Division: To have jurisdiction over disputes involving employees of carriers directly or indirectly engaged in transportation of passengers or property by water, and all other employees of carriers over which jurisdiction is not given to the First, Second, and Third Divisions.”f 301.5 Form of submission. Parties: All parties to the dispute must be stated in each submission. Statement of claim: Under this caption the petitioner or petitioners must clearly state the particular question upon which an award is desired. Statement of facts: In a “joint statement of facts,” if possible briefly, but fully set forth the controlling facts involved. In event of inability to agree upon a “joint statement of facts,” then each party shall show separately the facts as they respectively believe them to be. Position of employees: Under this caption the employees must clearly and briefly set forth all relevant, argumentative facts, including all documentary evidence submitted in exhibit form, quoting the agreement or rules involved, if any; and all data submitted in sup|. of employees’ position must affirmatively show the same to have een presented to the carrier and made a part of the particular question in dispute. Position of carrier: Under this caption the carrier must clearly and briefly set forth all relevant, argumentative facts, including all documentary evidence submitted in exhibit form, quoting the agreement or rules involved, if any; and all data submitted in support of carrier's position must affirmatively show the same to have been presented to the employees or duly authorized representative thereof and made a part of the particular question in dispute. Signatures: All submissions must be signed by the parties submitting the same. Ex parte submission: In event of an ex parte submission the same general form of submission is required. The petitioner will serve written notice upon the appropriate Division of the Adjustment Board of intention to file an ex parte submission on a certain date (30 days

hence), and at the same time provide the other party with copy of such notice. For the purpose of identification such notice will state the uestion involved and give a brief description of the dispute. The §o of the appropriate Division of the Adjustment Board will immediately thereupon advise the other party of the receipt of such notice and request that the submission of such other party be filed with such Division within the same period of time.*f

301.6 General. To conserve time and expedite proceedings all parties within the scope of the Adjustment Board should prepare submissions in such manner that the pertinent and related facts and all supporting data bearing upon the dispute will be fully set forth, thus obviating the need of lengthy briefs and unnecessary oral discussions.

All submissions shall be typewritten or machine prepared, addressed to the Secretary of the appropriate Division of the Adjustment Board, and fifteen copies thereof filed by the petitioner or petitioners.

Parties to a dispute are required to state in all submissions whether or not an oral hearing is desired.*f

301.7 Hearings. Oral hearings will be granted if requested by the parties or either of them and due notice will be given the parties of the time and date of the hearing.

The parties are, however, charged with the duty and responsibility of including in their original written submission all known relevant, argumentative facts and documentary evidence.*f

301.8 Appearances. Parties may be heard either in person, by counsel, or by other representatives, as they may respectively elect.*f

301.9 Awards. All awards of the Adjustment Board shall be signed by order of the appropriate Division thereof and shall be attested by the signature of its Secretary, as indicated thus:

NATIONAL RAILROAD ADJUSTMENT BOARD,

By Order of ---------- Division Attest: -------------------*# [Secretary]

LABORERS, ALIEN: See Aliens and Citizenship, 8 CFR Parts 8, 9, 51.
LABORERS, APPOINTMENT OF UNCLASSIFIED : See Administrative Per-
sonnel, 5 CFR Part 52.
LAND ACQUISITION FOR LOW-RENT HOUSING: See Housing Credit, 24
CFR Parts 621, 633.
LAND SCHEDULES: See Transportation and Railroads, 49 CFR Part 151.
LAND UTILIZATION PROGRAM UNDER THE BANKHEAD-JONES FARM
TENANT ACT: See Agriculture, 7 CFR Part 601.
LAND USES: See Parks and Forests, 36 CFR Part 251.
LANDING AND WHARF PERMITS ON RESERVED SHORE SPACES: See
Public Lands: Interior, 43 CFR Part 68.
LANDS, INDIAN : See Indians, 25 CFR Chapter I.
LANDS, PUBLIC: See Public Lands: Interior, 43 CFR.
*Xo, ORDER ON INDIAN RESERVATIONS: See Indians, 25 CFR
PART 161.
LEAVE REGULATIONS: See Administrative Personnel, 5 CFR Parts 54, 55.
LEPERS: See Public Health, 42 CFR Part 3.
o: BOXES, CALL AND LOCK BOXES: See Postal Service, 39 CFR
art 4.
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS: See Patents and Copyrights, 37 CFR Chapter II.

LIFE-SAVING APPLIANCES FOR BOATS AND VESSELS : See Shipping, 46
CFR Chapter I.

*f For statutory and source citations, see note to $301.1. Page 3

LIGHTHOUSES: See Navigation and Navigable Waters, 33 CFR Chapter IV.
LIQUOR REGULATIONS, FEDERAL ALCOHOL ADMINISTRATION: See In-
toxicating Liquors, 27 CFR Chapter I.
LIQUOR TAXES: See Internal Revenue, 26 CFR Parts 171–176, 178–196.
LIVE POULTRY AND DOMESTIC RABBITS (INSPECTION AND CERTIFI-
CATION) : See Agriculture, 7 CFR Part 54.
LIVE POULTRY INDUSTRY, NEW YORK CITY AND WICINITY: See Com-
mercial Practices, 16 CFR Part 94.
LOAD LINES: See Shipping, 46 CFR Parts 43–46.
LOCOMOTIVE INSPECTION: See Transportation and Railroads, 49 CFR
Part 91.
LONG-AND-SHORT HAUL AND AGGREGATE-OF-INTERMEDIATES RATES :
See Transportation and Railroads, 49 CFR Part 143.
LONGSHOREMEN'S AND HARBOR WORKERS’ COMPENSATION: See Em-
ployees’ Benefits, 20 CFR Parts 31–34.
MAIL SERVICE: See Postal Service, 39 CFR Chapter I.
MARIHUANA TAX: See Internal Revenue, 26 CFR Part 152. Territories and
Insular Possessions, 48 CFR Part 10.
MARINE INSPECTION AND NAVIGATION: See Navigation and Navigable
waters, 33 CFR Chapter III. Shipping, 46 CFR Chapter I.
MARITIME COMMISSION: See Shipping, 46 CFR Chapter II.
MARKETING OF PERISHABLE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE: See Agricul-
ture, 7 CFR Parts 46, 47.
MASTITIS IN COWS : See Animals and Animal Products, 9 CFR Part 58.
MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH SERVICES: ALLOTMENTS TO STATES :
See Public Health, 42 CFR Part 201.
MEAT INSPECTION REGULATIONS: See Animals and Animal Products, 9
CFR Parts 1–29.
MEATS, PREPARED MEATS, AND MEAT PRODUCTS (GRADING AND
CERTIFICATION) : See Agriculture, 7 CFR Part 53.
MIGRATORY BIRDS: See Wildlife, 50 CFR Chapter I.
MILITARY EDUCATION: See Army: War Department, 10 CFR Parts 41–44,
62, 75.
MILITARY RESERVATIONS AND NATIONAL CEMETERIES : See Army:
War Department, 10 CFR Chapter V.
MILITARY SUPPLIES AND ANIMALS, PROCUREMENT OF: See Army: War
Department, 10 CFR Part 81.
MEMORIALS IN EUROPE: See National Defense, 32 CFR Chapter V.
MILK, IMPORTATION: See Food and Drugs, 21 CFR Part 185.
* ority. TRADE PRACTICES: See Commercial Practices, 16 CFR
arts 23, 95.
Mo MARKETING AREAS: See Agriculture, 7 CFR Parts 903–905, 912, 913,
Mogod EXCHANGES: See Commodity and Securities Exchanges, 17 CFR
art 7.
Mo LANDS: See Public Lands: Interior, 43 CFR Parts 69–71, 185, 187,
191–198.

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TITLE 30—MINERAL RESOURCES

Part Chapter I—Bureau of Mines, Department of the Interior------------Chapter II—Geological Survey, Department of the Interior------------ 201 Chapter III—National Bituminous Coal Commission, Department of the Interior------------------------------------------------- 301 Chapter IV—Petroleum Conservation Division, Department of the Interior------------------------------------------------- 401

CROSS REFERENCES

Federal Power Commission: See Conservation of Power, 18 CFR Chapter I. Foreign Trade Statistics, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce, export declarations: See Commerce, 15 CFR Part 305. Forest Service regulations relating to mineral developments and mining in national forests: See Parks and Forests, 36 CFR 251.6, 251.12, 251.15, 251.16. General Land Office, Department of the Interior: See Public Lands: Interior, 43 CFR Chapter I. Interstate Commerce Commission: See Transportation and Railroads, 49 CFR Chapter I. National Munitions Control Board, Department of State: See National Defense, 32 CFR Chapter I. Office of Indian Affairs, Department of the Interior, mining regulations: See Indians, 25 CFR Parts 180, 183, 186, 189, 192, 195, 198, 201, 204, 207, 210, 213. Regulations of the National Park Service Department of the Interior, relating to mining claims: See Parks and Forests, 36 CFR 2.16.

CHAPTER I–BUREAU OF MINES
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

Part Part SUBCHAPTER A–Helium and Coal 16 Explosives used in coal mines 1 Production and sale of helium for 17 Blasting devices

medical, scientific, and com- SUBCHAPTER D–Electrical Equipmercial use ment, Lamps, Methane Detectors: 10 Coal analysis: fees and conditions Tests for Permissibility; Fees SUBCHAPTER B–Respiratory Pro- 18 Junction boxes and electric motortective Apparatus: Tests for Per- driven mine equipment missibility; Fees 19 Electric cap-lamps 11 Self-contained oxygen breathing 20 Electric mine lamps other than apparatus cap-lamps 12 Supplied-air respirators 21 Flame safety lamps 13 Gas masks 22 Portable methane detectors 14 Filter-type dust, fume, and mist 23 Telephones for Coal mines respirators 24 Single-shot blasting units

r: inla- - SUBCHAPTER C–Explosives, Blast- 25 Multiple-shot blasting units

ing Devices: Tests for Permissibil

ity; Fees 15 Explosives used in metal mines

and other engineering operations

Page 1 PART 1–PRODUCTION AND SALE OF HELIUM FOR MEDICAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND COMMERCIAL USE

CROSS REFERENCES

Geological Survey, Department of the Interior: See Chapter II.
Forest Service regulations relating to mineral developments and mining in
national forests: See Parks and Forests, 36 CFR 251.6, 251.12, 251.15, 251.16.
General Land Office regulations relating to mineral lands and mining: See
Public Lands, 43 CFR Parts 66, 69–71, 102, 185, 187, 191–198.
Wartime regulations for explosives and their ingredients of the Bureau of
Mines, Department of the Interior: See National Defense, 32 CFR Chapter III.

For list of abbreviations used in this chapter, see note to § 1.1.

Subchapter A–Helium and Coal

Sec.

1. 1 Definitions.

(a) Contained helium.

(b) Purity of helium. (c) Cubic foot of contained helium. (d) Unit of helium. (e) Market helium. (f) Production outlet. (g) Actual cost per unit of helium. (h) Estimated cost per unit of helium. (i) Service charges. (j) Deposit. (k) Delivery schedule. 1.2 General. (a) Quantity of market helium available. (b) Sale not mandatory. (c) Sale for medical use to be given preference. (d) Delivery points. (e) Provision for cancelation of contracts. (f) Shipping containers furnished by purchaser. (g) Shipping containers to conform to Interstate Commerce regulations. (h) Containers and valves must be acceptable to Bureau. (i) Delivery schedules subject to purchaser furnishing suitable containers. (j) Purity and quantity to be determined by Bureau. (k) Losses, variations, and delays not to be charged to Government. (1) Exportation not authorized.

(m) Amendment.

1. 3 Application and acceptance.

(a) Application form.
(b) Information required of ap-
plicants.

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Sec.

(c) Bureau to determine practiCability of supplying requirements of applicant.

(d) Applicant to execute contract and make initial deposit.

(e) Delivery schedule dependent On execution of bond, contract, and initial deposit.

(f) Approval of contract and deposit of advance payment in special helium - production fund.

1.4 Actual costs and service charges.

1. 5 Estimated

(a) Method of computing unit
COstS.
(b) Method of computing service
charges.
COStS and Service
charges.
(a) Annual preparation of esti-
mated unit costs.
(b) Estimates service charges to
be furnished applicant.

1. 6 Deposits.

(a) Method of computing amount
of initial deposits.
(b) Supplemental deposits, meth-
Od of computing; applicant
may make supplemental de-
posits, when required, or
accept decrease in amount
of helium delivered.
(c) Method of computing initial
and supplemental deposits
for commercial users of
helium.
(d) Delivery may be delayed or
quantity curtailed because of
inadequate deposits.

1. 7 Adjustments of deposits, refunds,

and final settlements. (a) Purchaser entitled to refund of excess deposits after all helium has been delivered and charges deducted.

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