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supplemental statements pursuant to section 2 (b) of the act.
2. The form designated Exhibit A was revised and as so revised is prescribed for Exhibits A on supplemental statements on Forms FA-1-6M, FA-2-6M.
3. The form designated Exhibit C was revised and as revised is prescribed for Exhibits Con supplemental registration statements on Forms FA-1-6M and FA-2-6M.
§ 5.305 Exemption under clause 3 of section 3 (f).
NOTE: The following forms required by § 5.305 were revised during the period covered by this Supplement, by Order 3695, Supplement 5, Attorney General, May 22, 1944, 9 F.R. 5715.
1. Form FA-3F was revised and as so revised is prescribed for original statements pursuant to section 3 (f) of the act.
2. Form FA-3F-6M was revised and as so revised is prescribed for supplemental statements pursuant to section 3 (f) of the act.
3. The form designated Exhibit A was revised and as so revised is prescribed for Exhibits A on original and supplemental statements on Forms FA-3F and FA-3F-6M.
FILING AND LABELING OF POLITICAL PROPAGANDA
When political propaganda "caused" to be transmitted within meaning of section 4. (a) An agent of a foreign principal who is required to register under the provisions of the act shall be deemed to cause political propaganda to be transmitted in the United States mails or by a means or instrumentality of interstate or foreign commerce, within the meaning of section 4 of the act, if such propaganda is disseminated or caused to be disseminated by the agent, knowing, intending or having reason to believe that it will be, and thereafter it actually is, so transmitted in whole or in part either in the same or in a different form by any person.
(b) Notwithstanding paragraph (a), where the person by whom the political propaganda is so transmitted is not directly or indirectly affiliated or associated with, or supervised, directed, controlled, financed or subsidized in whole or in part by, the agent or any foreign principal of the agent, and the transmission of the propaganda is not subject to the direct or indirect supervision, direction or control of, and no compensation or remuneration therefor is paid directly or indirectly by, the agent or any foreign principal of the agent, the agent shall
be deemed to have complied with section 4 if:
(1) The political propaganda is duly labeled to comply with section 4 of the act at the time it is disseminated or caused to be disseminated by the agent; and,
(2) Copies of the political propaganda are duly filed by the agent in accordance with section 4 of the act and § 5.400 thereunder.
MAINTENANCE OF BOOKS AND RECORDS
$ 5.501 Inspection of books and records. Officials of the Foreign Agents Registration Section of the War Division and of the Federal Bureau of Investigation are authorized to inspect books and records pursuant to section 5 of the act. [Order 3695, Supp. 6, Sept. 28, 1944, 9 F.R. 12198]
PART 30-TRAVEL AND OTHER CONDUCT OF ALIENS OF ENEMY NATIONALITIES
30.7 Change of place of abode, employment, or name and use of assumed name. [Corrected]
§ 30.7 Change of place of abode, employment, or name and use of assumed name. (a) No alien of enemy nationality shall change his place of abode or his place of employment unless he shall have at least 7 days previously filed with the United States Attorney for the district in which he resides a statement in writing containing the full particulars of such change.
(b) Whenever the holder of a Certificate of Identification changes his name under legal authority, residence address, or place of employment, written notices thereof shall immediately be given to (1) the Alien Registration Division of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, and (2) the Federal Bureau of Investigation at the office shown in the holder's Certificate of Identification.
(c) The several United States Attorneys are hereby authorized to grant permission in writing to an alien of enemy nationality to assume or use a name for business or professional purposes, other than that given as the alien's legal name in the Certificate of Identification, where it appears to the satisfaction of the United States Attorney that the granting of the permission is needful or useful to the applicant's regular and customary
mode of earning a livelihood and it appears that the granting of permission. will not in any manner be detrimental to the national security. The alien shall make written application to the United States Attorney for the District of his residence stating his name, Certificate of Identification number after it is obtained, residence, business address, the name which he desires to assume, the reasons therefor and any prior use by him of the assumed name for which he
desires permission or any other assumed name. Where granted, such permission, shall be in writing and shall be expressly limited to the needs of the particular case and may, in the discretion of the United States Attorney, be further limited and restricted in any manner and respect which he shall deem to be in the interest of national security. [Regs., Feb. 5, 1942, as amended Feb. 21, 1942, 7 F.R. 845, 1474]
Subtitle A-Office of the Secretary of Labor.....
Subtitle B-Labor Regulations:
Chapter II-National Labor Relations Board..
Chapter IV-Children's Bureau, Department of Labor..
Chapter V-Wage and Hour Division, Department of Labor...
Chapter VI-National War Labor Board.
Chapter VII-War Manpower Commission..
Chapter VIII-Commissioner of Internal Revenue..
Chapter IX-War Food Administration (Agricultural Labor).
Chapter X-Committee on Fair Employment Practice..
Subtitle A-Office of the Secretary of Labor
4 Determinations relating to overtime, Sunday, and holiday pay. [Amended]
PART 4-DETERMINATIONS RELATING TO OVERTIME, SUNDAY, AND HOLIDAY PAY
4.1 List of determinations relating to overtime, Sunday, and holiday pay. [Amended]
§ 4.1 List of determinations relating to overtime, Sunday, and holiday pay.
NOTE: The following determinations were amended during the period covered by this Supplement:
Building and construction industry, Apr. 11, 1944, 9 F.R. 4129; Nov. 28, 1944, 9 F.R. 14050.
Fish processing industry, Apr. 24, 1944, 9 F.R. 4503.
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Subtitle B-Labor Regulations
CHAPTER II-NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD
Procedure under section 10 of the act for the prevention of unfair labor practices. [Amended]
ing a Notice of Hearing before a Trial Examiner at a place therein fixed and at a time not less than ten days after the service of the complaint.
Whenever the complaint contains allegations under section 8 (2) of the act, any labor organization referred to in such allegations shall be duly served with a copy of the complaint and Notice of Hearing. Whenever any labor organization, not the subject of section 8 (2) allegation in the complaint, is a party to any contract with the respondent the legality of which is put in issue by any allegation of the complaint, such labor organization shall be made a party to the proceeding. (49 Stat. 452; 29 U.S.C. 156) [R. & Regs., Series 3, July 11, 1944, 9 F.R. 7745]