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information or the production of such documents shall appear in response to such subpena, order, or other demand and, unless otherwise directed by the Commission, shall respectfully decline to disclose the information or produce the documents called for, basing his refusal upon this section. Any such person who is served with such a subpena, order, or other demand shall promptly advise the Commission of the service of such subpena, order, or other demand, the nature of the information or documents sought, and any circumstances which may bear upon the desirability of making available such information or documents.

of General Counsel, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 801 19th Street NW., Washington, D.C. 20425. Allegations falling under section 104(a) (1) and (5) of the Act (discrimination or fraud in voting) must be under oath or affirmation. All complaints should set forth the pertinent facts upon which the complaint is based, including but not limited to specification of (a) names and titles of officials or other persons involved in acts forming the basis for the complaint; (b) accurate designations of place locations involved; (c) dates of events described in complaint. 8 704.3 Other requests and communica

tions. Requests for information and for Commission literature should be directed to Information Office, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 801 19th Street NW., Washington, D.C. 20425. Communications with respect to Commission proceedings should be made pursuant to $ 702.17 of this chapter. All other communications with the Commission should be directed to Staff Director, United States Commission on Civil Rights, 801 19th Street NW., Washington, D.C. 20425. 8 704.4 Restrictions on disclosure of in

formation. (a) By the provisions of section 102(g) of the Act, no evidence or testimony or summary of evidence or testimony taken in executive session may be released or used in public sessions without the consent of the Commission, and any person who releases or uses in public without the consent of the Commission such evidence or testimony taken in executive session shall be fined not more than $1,000 or imprisoned for not more than 1 year. . (b) Unless a matter of public record, all information or documents obtained or prepared by any Member, officer, or employee of the Commission, including members of State Advisory Committees, in the course of his official duties, or by virtue of his official status, shall not be disclosed or used by such person for any purpose except in the performance of his official duties.

(c) Any Member, officer, or employee of the Commission including members of State Advisory Committees, who is served with a subpena, order, or other démand requiring the disclosure of such -{ " ison

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PART 705—EMPLOYEE RESPONSI

BILITIES AND CONDUCT Sec. 705.735–1 Adoption of regulations. 705.735–2 Statements of employment and

financial interests. 705.735–3 Employee's complaint on filing

requirement. 705.735–4 Review of statements of employ.

ment and financial interests. 705.735–5 Disciplinary and other remedial

action. 705.735–6 Gifts, entertainment, and favors. 705.735–7 Outside employment and other

activity. 705.735–8 Miscellaneous statutory provi

sions. 705.735-9 Specific provisions of Commission

regulations governing special

Government employees. AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 705 issued under E.O. 11222, 30 F.R. 6469, 3 CFR, 1965 Supp.; 5 CFR 735.101 et seq.

SOURCE: The provisions of this part 705 appear at 32 F.R. 14589, Oct. 20, 1967, unless otherwise noted. $ 705.735-1 Adoption of regulations.

Pursuant to 5 CFR 735.104(f), the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights (referred to hereinafter as the Commission) hereby adopts the following sections of Part 735 of Title 5, Code of Federal Regulations: 88 735.101-735.102, 735.2012, 735.202 (a), (d), (e), (f)-735.210, 735.302, 735,303(a), 735.304, 735.305(a), 735.404-735.411, 735.412 (b) and (d). These adopted sections are modified and supplemented as set forth in this part... 8 705.735-2 $ 705.735

Statements of employment and financial interests. (a) Employees of the Commission in the following named positions are re

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quired to submit statements of employment and financial interests:

(1) The Staff Director.
(2) The Deputy Staff Director.
(3) The Division Heads.

(4) The Executive Officer of the Commission,

(5) Special Assistants to the Staff Director.

(b) A statement of employment and financial interests is not required under this part from Members of the Commission. Members of the Commission are subject to 3 CFR 100.735.31 and are required to file a statement only if requested to do so by the Counsel to the President.

(c) Notwithstanding the filing of the annual supplementary statement quired by 5 CFR 735.406, each employee shall at all times avoid acquiring a financial interest that could result, or taking an action that would result, in a violation of the conflict-of-interest provisions of section 208 of Title 18, United States Code or the regulations in this part or adopted under $ 705.735–1. $ 705.735–3 Employee's complaint on

filing requirement. Any employee who thinks that his position has been improperly included under these regulations as one requiring the submission of a statement of employment and financial interest shall have the opportunity for review of his complaint through the Commission's grievance procedure. $ 705.735–4 Review of statements of

employment and financial interests. Each statement of employment and financial interests submitted under this part shall be submitted to and reviewed by the General Counsel, except that the statement of the General Counsel shall be submitted to and reviewed by the Staff Director. When a review indicates a conflict between the interests of an employee or special Government employee of the Commission and the performance of his services for the Government, the reviewing official shall have the indicated conflict brought to the attention of the employee, grant the employee or special Government employee an opportunity to explain the indicated conflict, and attempt to resolve the indicated conflict. If, in the case of a state

ment (other than a statement of the
Staff Director) reviewed by the General
Counsel, the indicated conflict cannot be
resolved, the General Counsel shall for-
ward a written report on the indicated
conflict to the Staff Director through the
Counselor for the Commission desig-
nated under 5 CFR 735.105(a). Should a
conflict be indicated in a statement of
the Staff Director or the General Coun-
sel, and the conflict cannot be resolved,
the reviewing official shall forward a
written report on the indicated conflict
to the Chairman of the Commission.
$ 705.735–5 Disciplinary and other re-

medial action.
An employee or special Government
employee of the Commission who vio-
lates any of the regulations in this part
or adopted under $ 705.735–1 may be dis-
ciplined. The disciplinary action may be
in addition to any penalty prescribed by
law for the violation. In addition to or
in lieu of disciplinary action, remedial
action to end conflicts or appearance of
conflicts of interest may include but is
not limited to:

(a) Changes in assigned duties;

(b) Divestment by the employee or special Government employee of his conflicting interest; or

(c) Disqualification for a particular assignment. $ 705.735–6 Gifts, entertainment, and

favors. The Commission authorizes the exceptions to 5 CFR 735.202(a) set forth in 5 CFR 735.202(b) (1)-(4). $ 705.735–7 Outside employment and

other activity. An employee of the Commission may engage in outside employment or other outside activity not incompatible with the full and proper discharge of the duties and responsibilties of his Government employment. An employee who wishes to engage in outside employment shall first obtain the approval, in writing, of the Staff Director or his designee. § 705.735–8 Miscellaneous statutory pro

visions. All employees and special Government employees of the Commission are subject to the prohibition on disclosure of evidence taken in executive session con

tained in section 102(g) of the Civil Rights Act of 1957, 71 Stat. 634, as amended by the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 78 Stat. 241; 42 U.S.C. 1975a(g). § 705.735–9 Specific provisions of Com.

mission regulations governing special

Government employees. (a) Special Government employees of the Commission shall adhere to the standards of conduct applicable to employees as set forth in this part and

adopted under $ 705.735–1, except 5 CFR 735.203(b).

(b) Special Government employees of the Commission may teach, lecture, or write in a manner not inconsistent with 5 CFR 735.203(c).

(c) Pursuant to 5 CFR 735.305(b), the Commission authorizes the same exceptions concerning gifts, entertainment, and favors for special Government employees as are authorized for employees by $ 705.735-6.

CHAPTER VIII-CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION

Part 801

Voting Rights Program.

PART 801-VOTING RIGHTS

Subpart D-Removals From Eligibility List PROGRAM

Sec.

801.401 Scope. Subpart A-General Provisions

801.402 Bases for removals. Sec.

801.403 Procedure for removals determined 801.101 Definitions.

by examiners. 801.102 Timely filling required.

801.404 Notification of removals. 801.103 Computation of time. 801.104 Words denoting number and gender.

Subpart E-Voting Complaint Subpart B-Listing on Eligibility List 801.501 Scope.

801.502 Making a complaint. 801.201 Scope.

801.503 Processing a complaint. 801.202 Times and places for filing and forms of application.

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 801.203 Procedures for filing application. 801 issued under secs. 7, 9, 79 Stat. 440; 801.204 Qualifications requirements.

42 USC 1973e, 1973g. 801.205 Action on the application. 801.206 Review of notice of ineligibility

SOURCE: The provisions of this part 801 for listing.

appear at 30 F.R. 9859, Aug. 7, 1965, unless 801.207 Certification and publication of

otherwise noted. eligibility lists.

Subpart A-General Provisions Subpart C—Challenges to Listing on Eligibility List

801.101 Definitions. 801.301 Scope.

In this part: 801.302 Basis of challenge.

(a) “Act" means the Voting Rights 801.303 Time and place of challenge. Act of 1965, Public Law 89–110. 801.304 Form of challenge.

(b) “Applicant” means a person who 801.305 Rejection and docketing of chal

presents himself to an examiner at one of lenge.

the times and places designated by the 801.306 Summary denial of challenge by hearing officer,

Commission under $ 801.202 for the pur801.307 Notice of hearing.

pose of being listed as eligible to vote; 801.308 Rights and duties of parties.

(c) "Applications" means the form 801.309 Continuance.

prescribed by the Commission under the 801.310 Hearing.

Act for use by a person applying for list801.311 Powers of hearing officer.

ing on an eligibility list; 801.312 Witnesses. 801.313 Subpena.

(d) “Commission" means the U.S. 801.314 Evidence.

Civil Service Commission; 801.315 Decision.

(e) "Day" means a calendar day; 801.316 Action after challenge 18 sustained. (f) "Eligibility list” means a list of 801.317 Appeal.

eligible voters or supplements to a list of

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$ 801.202 Times and places for filing

and fornis of application. (a) The times and places designated by the Commission for filing an application in each political subdivision, and the forms of application prescribed by the Commission, shall be set out in Appendix A to this part and incorporated in and made a part of this section.

(b) The Commission shall give notice to the general public of the times and places designated under paragraph (a) of this section, to appropriate local election officials in the political subdivision, and to the attorney general of the State, by publication thereof in the FEDERAL REGISTER and by such other means as it considers appropriate.

APPENDIX A This appendix sets out the dates, times, and places designated by the Commission for filing an application in each political subdivision, and sets out the forms of application prescribed by the Commission.

DATES, TIMES, AND PLACES FOR FILING

eligible voters, prepared by an examiner under the Act;

(g) "Examiner" means a person designated or appointed by the Commission under the Act to examine applicants for listing on an eligibility list and to prepare and maintain lists of persons eligible to vote in Federal, State, or local elections;

(h) "Hearing officer" means a person authorized by the Commission to adjudicate a challenge to a listing on an eligibility list;

(i) “Political subdivision", "vote", and "voting” have the meanings given these terms in the Act; and

(j) “Parties" means a challenger, a challenged person, and the representative of either. 8 801.102 Timely filing required.

A document or other paper required to be filled within a time limit specified in this part shall be delivered to the office involved before the close of business on the last day of the period, or if filed by mail be postmarked before midnight of the last day of the period. § 801.103 Computation of time.

In computing a period of time prescribed by this part, the day of the action or event after which the designated period of time begins to run is not to be included. The last day of the period so computed is to be included unless it is a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday in the State involved, in which event the period runs until the end of the next day which is neither a Saturday, Sunday, nor a legal holiday. 8 801.104 Words denoting number and

gender.
In this part:

(a) Words importing the singular include and apply to several persons, parties, or things;

(b) Words importing the plural include the singular; and

(c) Words importing the masculine gender include the feminine as well. Subpart B-Listing on" Eligibility

List 8 801.201 Scope.

This subpart prescribes the times, places, and procedures for listing on an eligibility list under the Act.

Offices at which applications may be filed will be open in each State in the county or parish and at the place set forth in this appendix beginning on the date specified and continuing therafter until a closing date is given. Each office will be open Monday through Saturday (except on a legal holiday) between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., except that the Commission may change the hours and days on which any office will be open for filing applications by posting advance notice of the change at the place set forth in this appendix,

ALABAMA

County; Place for filing; Beginning date

Autauga; (1) Prattville-U.S. Post Office; November 8, 1965; (2) Marbury-building adjacent to U.S. Post Office, intersection of Main Street and State Highway 143; February 26, 1966. Choctaw; Butler-Post Office; May 31, 1966.

Dallas; (1) Selma-Federal Building; August 10, 1965; (2) Orrville-U.S. Post Office, State Highway 22; February 26, 1966.

Elmore; (1) Wetumpka-U.S. Post Office; November 8, 1965; (2) Eclectic-trailer at U.S. Post Office; February 26, 1966; (3) Elmore_trailer at U.S. Post Office; February 26, 1966.

Greene; (1) Eutaw-U.S. Post Office; November 8, 1965; (2) Boligeetraller at U.S. Post Ofice; March 8, 1966.

Grenada; Grenada-Post Office Building; July 22, 1966.

Hale; (1) Greensboro—Post Office Building; August 10, 1965; (2) Moundville-Tidmore Building; February 26, 1966.

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