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INDEX Labor Management Relations Act, Page 1947-Continued Clayton Act, jurisdiction of district courts with respect to suits by and against labor organizations ------- 158 Collective bargaining agreements, etc., compilation of ----------------- 156 Declaration of policy-------------. 136, 152 Definitions ---------- ______------- _ 161 Effective date of certain changes in Na- tional Labor Relations Act------- 152 Employee representatives, restrictions on payments to.-------- _ -----. 157 Enjoining of strikes imperiling national health or safety, etc- ----------- 155 Federal Mediation and Conciliation Serv- ice- Apportionment of appropriations, authority respecting----------- 615 Appropriation for ----------------- 615 Director, appointment, compensation, etc-- --- __


____-_ 153 Establishment, functions, powers, etc- 153 Notification of existence of certain disputes _------------ -------- 142 Personnel, appointment, etc ------- 153 Report to Congress --------------- 153 Transfer of functions, etc., from Con- ciliation Service, Department of Labor ----------- _---- --- 153,615 Government employees, prohibition on strikes by ---------.----------- 160 Joint Committee on Labor-Manage- ment Relations- Appropriation authorized-------- -- 161 Appropriation for ----------------- 611 Composition, duties, report, etc----- . 160 Membership dues in labor organization, deduction from wages, written assignment from employee; disposi- tion, etc. ---- ---------------- --- National emergencies- Appointment and powers of board of inquiry; report to President, etc- Appropriation for; authority re- specting apportionment ----- Discharge of injunction; report to Congress by President--------- Secret ballot of employees of each em- ployer involved in disputes, by National Labor Relations Board_ National Labor-Management Panel, creation; duties, compensation, etc- Appropriation for -___ -- -- -- -- -- -- - National Labor Relations Act, amend- ments- Agreements requiring membership in labor organization as condition of employment, limitation------- 157 155, 156 615 156 156 154 615 151 Labor Management Relations Act, 1947-Continued National Labor Relations Act, amend- ments-Continued Bankruptcy Act of 1898, conflicting provisions, priority of application Definitions ____- - _ - ___ ___ __ ._ ___ - Elections by employees ----------- Findings and policies-- __ __ __ ___ _- Interference, etc., with members or agents of Board in performance of duties; penalty -.


Investigatory powers of Board ----- Labor organizations- Affidavit by officers respecting non- affiliation with Communist Party, etc _ --- _-- _-- __ --- _- Annual report, filing of________ - Questions concerning representa- tion of employees, filing of con- stitution, by-laws, and reports with Secretary of Labor prior to action by Board _______ - Limitations --- _---_-_------


National Labor Relations Board, con- tinuance; composition; term of service, etc ------------------ Appropriation for expenses------- Representatives of employees


Right to strike ------------------- Rights of employees -------------- Supervisors --------- __ --__-_ _ ._ -- Unfair labor practices- District courts, jurisdiction, etc___ Employer --------------------- Findings of Board, action; au- thority respecting modification, etc--.---------.---.---- 147, Issuance of complaint-----------. Labor organization or agents------ Petition to court for enforcement of order, etc---------------- Petition to court for temporary relief----------------------- Power of Board to hear complaint - Preliminary investigation of charge; petition for injunctive relief___ Prevention of, powers of Board; ceding of jurisdiction -------- Review of order of Board -------- Testimony --------------------- Political contributions, restriction on-- Railway Labor Act, exemption - - -- Saving provision.- --- .- --- -- -- --- -- - Separability of provisions ----------- Suits by and against labor organiza- tions-----


Trust funds, contributions to, nonappli- cability of designated provisions to certain ---------------------- Page 151 137 143 136 151 150 146 146 145 151 139 617 143 151 140 151 150 140 148 146 141 147 149 149 149 146 148 147 159 156 162 162 156 158 LXXXV