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23. Manpower Report of the President (no legislation; Select Sub
committee on Labor, Jointly with Senate Subcommittee on Employment and Manpower) : ,
1965—April 27, 28, 29, and 30. 24. Metallic and nonmetallic mineral industries health and safety
standards (H.R. 6961; Select Subcommittee on Labor):
1965—May 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7. 25. Migrant Agricultural Workers (H.R. 8109; General Subcommittee
1965—July 14, 15, and 21. 26. National Labor Relations Act, repeal of section 14(b) (H.R. 77;
Special Subcommittee on Labor):
1965-May 24, 25, 26, 27, and 28; June 1, 2, 3, 4, and 8. 27. National Labor Relations Act, repeal of section 14(b) (H.R. 4350;
Special Subcommittee on Labor):
1965—May 24, 25, 25, 27, and 28; June 1, 2, 3, 4, and 8. 28. National Labor Relations Act, amendment to section 8(b) (4)
(H.R. 6411; Special Subcommittee on Labor):
1965—June 21, 22, 23, 25, 28, 29, and 30. 29. National Labor Relations Act, review of administration by Na
tional Labor Relations Board (no legislation; full committee):
1965–September 16 and 17. 30. National Labor Relations Act, administration by National Labor
Relations Board (no legislation; Special Subcommittee on
1966-February 9. 31. National Labor Relations Act, amendments to section 8(f) (H.R.
14354; Special Subcommittee on Labor):
1966—September 14. 32. Older American workers (H.R. 10634; Select Subcommittee on
1965-August 25 and 31; September 1, 2, and 29. 33. Wage Standards for persons engaged by Federal contractors
(H.R. 10238; Special Subcommittee on Labor):
1965—August 5. 34. Wagner-Peyser Act amendments (H.R. 13037; Select Subcom
mittee on Labor):
1966—June 2, 6, 7, and 8. 35. Welfare and Pension Plans Disclosure Act amendments (H.R.
11778; General Subcommittee on Labor):
B. Labor Public Laws During the 89th Congress
Manpower Development and Training Act amendments:
April 26, 1965, Public Law 89–15.
June 8, 1965, Public Law 89–36.
August 13, 1965, Public Law 89–125.
September 29, 1965, Public Law 89–209.
1 Also listed under Education.
Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act and Welfare and Pension Plans Disclosure Act amendments:
September 30, 1965, Public Law 89-216.
October 9, 1965, Public Law 89-253.
October 19, 1965, Public Law 89–258.
October 22, 1965, Public Law 89–286.
March 26, 1966, Public Law 89–376.
July 4, 1966, Public Law 89-488.
September 16, 1966, Public Law 89-577.
September 23, 1966, Public Law 89–601.
November 7, 1966, Public Law 89-792.
November 8, 1966, Public Law 89-794.
C. Reports on Labor Legislation of the 89th Congress 146 Amendment to National Council on the Arts (H.R. 4714). 170 Amendments to the Manpower Development and Training Act
(H.R. 4257). 181 Amendments to Federal Coal Mine Safety Act (H.R. 3584). 182 Amendments to Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure
Act (H.R. 5883). 291 Amendments to Labor-Management Relations Act (H.R. 1153).
National Technical Institute for the Deaf (H.R. 7031).1 428 Amendments to Economic Opportunity Act (H.R. 8283).? 606 Metallic and nonmetallic mineral industries (H.R. 8989). 618 National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities (H.R. 9460). 540 Amendments to section 14(b) Taft-Hartley Act (H.R. 77). 718 Equal Employment opportunity (H.R. 10065). 871 Amendments to Fair Labor Standards Act (H.R. 10518). 948 Services Contracts Act (H.R. 10238). 1034 Amendments to the act providing for a loan service of captioned
films for the deaf (H.R. 10768).! 1039 Amendments to Labor-Management Relations Act (H.R.
10774). 1041 Amendments to National Labor Relations Act (H.R. 10027). 1304 Amendments to Federal Employees Compensation Act (H.R.
10721) 1366 Amendments to the Fair Labor Standards Act (H.R. 13712). 1568 Amendments to the Economic Opportunity Act (H.R. 15111).? 1930 Amendments to the Welfare and Pension Plans Disclosure
Act (H.R. 11778). 2017 Amendments to the Manpower Development and Training Act
(H.R. 16715). ? Handled by Ad Hoc Subcommittee on the War on Poverty Program. Handled by Ad Hoc Subcommittee on the War on Poverty Program.
1 Also listed under Education.
D. Labor Committee Prints During the 89th Congress 1. Multiemployer Association Bargaining and Its Impact on the
Collective Bargaining Process. December 1964. 2. The Role and Mission of the Federal-State Employment Service
in the American Economy. December 1964. 3. Readings on Public Employment Services. December 1964. 4. Activities and Accomplishments of the Committee on Education
and Labor during the 88th Congress. January 1965. 5. Legislation Concerning Education and Training. July 1965. 6. Legislation Concerning Education and Training: December 1965. 7. Activities and Accomplishments of the Committee on Education
and Labor During the First Session of the 89th Congress. 8. Active Manpower Policies in Great Britain and Scandinavia.
United States House of Representatives
COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR
Paragraph 26(j) of rule XI, Rules of the House of Representatives, provides that a copy of the committee rules and paragraph 26 of rulé XI shall be made available to witnesses before the committee.
This reprint of the above-mentioned rules is furnished in accordance with that requirement.
RULES OF THE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR
RULE 1. MEETINGS.-Regular meetings of the Committee on Education and Labor shall be held on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at 9:45 a.m. while Congress is in session and may also be held at such other times as may be set by the chairman, either on his own motion or at the request of any subcommittee chairman who has been so authorized by his subcommittee.
RULE 2. RULES, PROCEDURES.— The rules of the House as far as they are applicable shall be the rules of the committee, and procedure in the committee, where not otherwise provided herein, shall follow the procedure of the House. Committee members may question witnesses only when they have been recognized by the chairman for that purpose, and only for a 5-minute period. The 5-minute period for questioning a witness by any one member can be extended only with the unanimous consent of all members present.
RULE 3. JOURNAL; ROLLCALLS.-The proceedings of the committee shall be recorded in a journal which shall
, among other things, show those present at each meeting and include a record of the votes on any question on which a record vote is demanded. A record vote may be demanded by one-fifth of the members present or, in the apparent absence of a quorum, by any one member. No demand for a rollcall shall be made or entertained save for the purpose of securing a record vote or in the apparent absence of a quorum.
RULE 4. SUBCOMMITTEES.— There shall be six standing subcommittees, as follows: The General Subcommittee on Education, the General Subcommittee on Labor, the Special Subcommittee on Education, the Special Subcommittee on Labor, the Select Subcommittee on Education, and the Select Subcommittee on Labor; plus such other special or select subcommittees as the chairman may deem advisable. Rule 5. APPOINTMENTS TO SUBCOMMITTEES. -All members shall be appointed to one or more subcommittees by the chairman, after consultation with the ranking minority member of the committee, with due regard for individual preferences, insofar as practical. Members of subcommittees shall retain seniority on the subcommittees to which they are initially appointed, except with respect to the appointment of subcommittee chairmen. The chairman and ranking minority member are ex officio members of all subcommittees.
RULE 6. RATIO OF SUBCOMMITTEES.— The ratio between majority members and minority members on each subcommittee shall reilect, as nearly as possible, the ratio between majority members and minority members in the membership of the House.
RULE 7. SUBCOMMITTEE CHAIRMANSHIP.—The chairmen of the standing subcommittees shall be the ranking members of the majority party. The chairmen of all other subcommittees shall be appointed by the chairman of the committee with due regard for seniority. a subcommittee chairman absents himself (except for official congressional duties and/or illness, these reasons being acceptable to the chairman) for more than three successive meetings of his subcommittee or for more than five meetings thereof during a session, the chairman of the committee shall declare such subcommittee chairmanship vacant.
RULE 8. SUBCOMMITTEE MEETINGS IN THE MAIN HEARING Room.-- Available dates for subcommittee meetings during the session shall be assigned by the chairman to the subcommittees as nearly as practicable in rotation and in accordance with their workloads.
RULE 9. SUBCOMMITTEE RULES.— The rules of the committee shall be the rules of its subcommittees.
RULE 10. COMMITTEE STAFFS.—The authority of the committee to employ and discharge members of its professional staff and clerical staff, as provided by the rules of the House of Representatives, is hereby delegated to the chairman of the committee, and to the ranking minority member of the committee with regard to minority staff members. In addition, the same authority is further delegated to employ and discharge such additional committee and subcommittee employees as the chairman may deem advisable.
RULE 11. SUPERVISION, DUTIES OF COMMITTEE STAFFS.— The professional and clerical staffs of the committee and subcommittees shall be under the general supervisision and direction of the chairman. The chairman, in consultation with the chairmen of subcommittees, shall establish and assign the duties and responsibilities of members of the staffs and delegate such authority as he deems appropriate. Committee members and others desiring assistance not normally rendered in connection with the regularly assigned duties of the staffs relating to committee and subcommittee operations shall make their requests through the chairman and the staffs shall render such assistance as is authorized by the chairman.
RULE 12. PowERS, DUTIES OF SUBCOMMITTEES.-Subcommittees are authorized to hold hearings, receive exhibits, hear witnesses, and report to the committee for final action, together with such recommendations as may be agreed upon by the subcommittee. No such meetings or hearings, however, shall be held outside of Washington or during a recess or adjournment of the House without the prior authorization of the chairman. A majority of any subcommittee shall