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Subtitle A-Department of Health,

Education, and Welfare,
General Administration

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Regulations governing conduct and traffic on the National Institutes of

Health Reservation, Bethesda, Md.
Service of process.
Availability of information to the public pursuant to Public Law 90–23.
Inventions and patents (general).
Employee inventions.
Inventions resulting from research grants, fellowship awards, and contracts

for research.
Use of HEW research facilities by academic scientists, engineers, and students.
Departmental Fellowship Review Panel.
Disposal and utilization of surplus real property for educational purposes

and public health purposes.
Allocation and utilization of surplus personal property for educational, pub-

lic health, and civil defense purposes.
Minimum standards of operation for State agencies for surplus property.
Relocation assistance and real property acquisition policies.
Vending stands for the blind on Federal property in the custody of the

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
Claims collection.
Tort claims against the Government.
U.S. exchange visitor program-requests for waiver of foreign residence

requirements.
Interchange of personnel with States.
Volunteer services.
Federal financial assistance for noncommercial educational radio and tele-

vision broadcast facilities.
Contracts and grants for planning and evaluation of Office of Education

programs.
Standards for a merit system of personnel administration.
Federal interagency day care requirements.
Standards of conduct.
Nondiscrimination in Federally-assisted programs of the Department of

Health, Education, and Welfare effectuation of Title VI of the Civil

Rights Act of 1964.
Practice and procedure for hearings under Part 80 of this Title.

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PART 3-REGULATIONS GOVERNING

CONDUCT AND TRAFFIC ON THE
NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH
RESERVATION, BETHESDA, MD.

Subpart A-General
Sec.
3.1 Definitions.
3.2 Applicability.
3.3 Compliance with directions.
3.4 Making or giving of false reports.

Subpart B-Traffic and Vehicular Regulations 3.20 Laws of Maryland applicable. 3.21 Inspection of license and registration. 3.22 Speed ümit. 3.23 Emergency vehicles. 3.24 Signs. 3.25 Pedestrian traffic. 3.26 Parking. 3.27 Parking permits. 3.28 Prohibited servicing of vehicles.

Unattended vehicles.

Subpart C-Buildings and Grounds 3.40 Closing reservation. 3.41 Preservation of property. 3.42 Removal of property. 3.43 Conformity with posted signs. 3.44 Nuisances. 3.45 Gambling. 3.46 Intoxicating beverages and narcotics. 3.47 Weapons and explosives. 3.48 Nondiscrimination. 3.49 Pets and other animals. 3.50 Sports and hobbies. 3.51 Photography for news, advertising, or

commercial purposes.

Subpart D- Penalties 3.60 Penalties—other laws.

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 3 issued under secs. 1-5. 62 Stat. 281, 88 amended; 40 U.S.C. 318-318d; 63 Stat. 377, as amended; 40 U.S.C. 471 note.

SOURCE: The provisions of this part 3 appear at 35 F.R. 17409, Nov. 13, 1970, unless otherwise noted.

Subpart A-General $ 3.1 Definitions.

As used in this part:

(a) The NIH reservation, Bethesda, Md., hereinafter referred to as "the reservation" means those facilities and grounds of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare located in Montgomery County, Md., over which the Federal Government has acquired exclusive or concurrent jurisdiction under the

Laws of Maryland, Chapter 158, approved March 31, 1953 (Maryland Code Ann., Art. 96, section 34 (1964)).

(b) "Uniformed Guard" means a U.S. Special Policeman appointed pursuant to the provisions of the Act of June 1, 1948, as amended (62 Stat. 281, 40 U.S.C. 318 et seq.).

(c) “Department" means the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. § 3.2 Applicability.

The regulations in this part establish rules with respect to the parking and operation of vehicles and other activities and conduct on or within the reservation except that with respect to areas on the reservation used as living quarters, 88 3.27, 3.28, 3.49, and 3.50 shall not be applicable. These regulations are intended to supplement the rules and regulations regarding conduct on Federal property adopted by the Department and set forth in the Department Real Property Management Manual as Exhibit X-33. § 3.3 Compliance with directions.

No person shall fail or refuse to comply with any order or direction of a uniformed guard in connection with the direction, control or regulation of traffic and parking, or pursuant to any of the requirements of these regulations. $ 3.4 Making or giving of false reports.

No person shall knowingly give any false or fictitious report or information to any authorized person investigating an accident or violation of law or these regulations. Subpart B— Traffic and Vehicular

Regulations $ 3.20 Laws of Maryland applicable.

Unless otherwise specifically provided herein, the laws of the State of Maryland governing the use and operation of motor vehicles shall be applicable to the reservation. $ 3.21 Inspection of license and registra.

tion. No person operating a motor vehicle on the reservation shall refuse to exhibit for inspection, upon request of a uniformed guard, his operator's license or proof of ownership or registration.

$ 3.22 Speed limit.

$ 3.28 Prohibited servicing of vehicles. No person shall drive a motor vehicle N o person shall wash, polish, or make in excess of 20 m.p.h. unless otherwise nonemergency repairs on privately posted.

owned vehicles on the reservation. $ 3.23 Emergency vehicles.

8 3.29 Unattended vehicles. No person shall fail or refuse to yield No person shall leave a motor vehicle the right-of-way to an emergency vehicle unattended on the reservation with the when operating with siren or flashing engine running, the ignition unlocked, lights.

the key in the vehicle, or the brake inef

fectively set. $ 3.24 Signs. Every driver shall comply with all

Subpart 6-Buildings and Grounds posted traffic and parking signs.

§ 3.40 Closing reservation. $ 3.25 Pedestrian traffic.

As determined by the Director, NaNo person shall fail or refuse to yield

tional Institutes of Health, the reservathe right-of-way to a pedestrian crossing

tion may be closed to the public in emer

gency situations and at such other times a street in marked crosswalks.

as may be necessary for the orderly con$ 3.26 Parking.

duct of the Government's business. Ad(a) No person unless otherwise au

mission to properties during periods thorized by a posted traffic sign shall

when such properties are closed to the stand or park a vehicle

public is limited to authorized individu(1) On a sidewalk;

als who may be required to sign a regis

ter and display identification when re(2) Within an intersection or within a

quested by a uniformed guard, watchcrosswalk;

man, or other authorized individual. (3) Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant, 5 feet of a driveway or 30 feet of a stop

$ 3.41 Preservation of property. sign or traffic control device;

No person shall, without authoriza(4) At any place which would result in tion, willfully destroy or damage Federal the vehicle being double parked;

property located on the reservation. (5) At curbs painted yellow; (6) In a direction facing on-coming

$ 3.42 Removal of property. traffic; or

(a) No person shall remove Federal (7) In a manner which would obstruct property from the reservation or any traffic.

building thereon, except upon the issu(b) No person shall park a motor ve- ance of a property pass signed by an auhicle

thorized property custodian and specifi(1) Except within the lane painted or

cally describing the item(s) to be marked for such purpose;

removed. In an emergency, when the (2) In excess of 24 hours, unless per property custodian is not available, the mission has been granted by the Uni

uniformed guard on duty may approve formed Guard Force Office.

removal of property if, after consulting

with the Administrative Officer or other $3.27 Parking permits.

responsible official of the Institute or No person, except visitors parking in other agency involved, he is authorized areas identified by posted signs as re- by that official to do so. served for visitors, shall park a motor (b) No person shall remove from the vehicle on the reservation without hav reservation or any building thereon, priing a currently valid parking permit dis vately owned property, other than propplayed on such motor vehicle in compli erty ordinarily carried on the person, ance with instructions of the issuing au- except upon establishing proper identithority. Such permits may be revoked by fication to a uniformed guard or by folthe issuing authority for violation of any lowing the procedures set forth in (a) of the provisions of this part.

above.

PART 3-REGULATIONS GOVERNING

CONDUCT AND TRAFFIC ON THE
NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH
RESERVATION, BETHESDA, MD.

Subpart A—General
Sec.
3.1 Definitions.
3.2 Applicability.
3.3 Compliance with directions.
3.4 Making or giving of false reports.

Subpart B-Traffic and Vehicular Regulations 3.20 Laws of Maryland applicable. 3.21 Inspection of license and registration. 3.22 Speed limit. 3.23 Emergency vehicles. 3.24 Signs. 3.25 Pedestrian traffic. 3.26 Parking. 3.27 Parking permits. 3.28 Prohibited servicing of vehicles. 3.29 Unattended vehicles.

Subpart C-Buildings and Grounds 3.40 Closing reservation. 3.41 Preservation of property. 3.42 Removal of property. 3.43 Conformity with posted signs. 3.44 Nuisances. 3.45 Gambling. 3.46 Intoxicating beverages and narcotics. 3.47 Weapons and explosives. 3.48 Nondiscrimination. 3.49 Pets and other animals. 3.50 Sports and hobbies. 3.51 Photography for news, advertising, or

commercial purposes.

Subpart D- Penalties 3.60 Penalties other laws.

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 3 Issued under secs. 1-5. 62 Stat. 281. 8.8 amended; 40 U.S.C. 318-318d; 63 Stat. 377, as amended; 40 U.S.C. 471 note.

SOURCE: The provisions of this part 3 appear at 35 F.R. 17409, Nov. 13, 1970, unless otherwise noted.

Subpart A-General $ 3.1 Definitions.

As used in this part:

(a) The NIH reservation, Bethesda, Md., hereinafter referred to as "the reservation" means those facilities and grounds of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare located in Montgomery County, Md., over which the Federal Government has acquired exclusive or concurrent jurisdiction under the

Laws of Maryland, Chapter 158, approved March 31, 1953 (Maryland Code Ann., Art. 96, section 34 (1964)).

(b) “Uniformed Guard" means a U.S. Special Policeman appointed pursuant to the provisions of the Act of June 1, 1948, as amended (62 Stat. 281, 40 U.S.C. 318 et seq.).

(c) “Department" means the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. $ 3.2 Applicability.

The regulations in this part establish rules with respect to the parking and operation of vehicles and other activities and conduct on or within the reservation except that with respect to areas on the reservation used as living quarters, $$ 3.27, 3.28, 3.49, and 3.50 shall not be applicable. These regulations are intended to supplement the rules and regulations regarding conduct on Federal property adopted by the Department and set forth in the Department Real Property Management Manual as Exhibit X-33. $ 3.3 Compliance with directions.

No person shall fail or refuse to comply with any order or direction of a uniformed guard in connection with the direction, control or regulation of traffic and parking, or pursuant to any of the requirements of these regulations. $ 3.4 Making or giving of false reports.

No person shall knowingly give any false or fictitious report or information to any authorized person investigating an accident or violation of law or these regulations. Subpart B-Traffic and Vehicular

Regulations § 3.20 Laws of Maryland applicable.

Unless otherwise specifically provided herein, the laws of the State of Maryland governing the use and operation of motor vehicles shall be applicable to the reservation, 8 3.21 Inspection of license and registra.

tion. No person operating a motor vehicle on the reservation shall refuse to exhibit for inspection, upon request of a uniformed guard, his operator's license or proof of ownership or registration.

$ 3.22 Speed limit.

No person shall drive a motor vehicle In excess of 20 m.p.h. unless otherwise posted. $ 3.23 Emergency vehicles.

No person shall fail or refuse to yield the right-of-way to an emergency vehicle when operating with siren or flashing lights. $ 3.24 Signs.

Every driver shall comply with all posted traffic and parking signs. $ 3.25 Pedestrian traffic.

No person shall fall or refuse to yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian crossing a street in marked crosswalks. § 3.26 Parking.

(a) No person unless otherwise authorized by a posted traffic sign shall stand or park a vehicle

(1) On a sidewalk;

(2) Within an intersection or within a crosswalk;

(3) Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant, 5 feet of a driveway or 30 feet of a stop sign or traffic control device;

(4) At any place which would result in the vehicle being double parked;

(5) At curbs painted yellow;

(6) In a direction facing on-coming traffic; or

(7) In a manner which would obstruct traffic.

(b) No person shall park a motor vehicle

(1) Except within the lane painted or marked for such purpose;

(2) In excess of 24 hours, unless permission has been granted by the Uniformed Guard Force Office. & 3.27 Parking permits.

No person, except visitors parking in areas identified by posted signs as reserved for visitors, shall park a motor vehicle on the reservation without having a currently valid parking permit displayed on such motor vehicle in compliance with instructions of the issuing authority. Such permits may be revoked by the issuing authority for violation of any of the provisions of this part.

8 3.28 Prohibited servicing of vehicles.

No person shall wash, polish, or make nonemergency repairs on privately owned vehicles on the reservation. 8 3.29 Unattended vehicles.

No person shall leave a motor vehicle unattended on the reservation with the engine running, the ignition unlocked, the key in the vehicle, or the brake ineffectively set. Subpart C—Buildings and Grounds $ 3.40 Closing reservation.

As determined by the Director, National Institutes of Health, the reservation may be closed to the public in emergency situations and at such other times as may be necessary for the orderly conduct of the Government's business. Admission to properties during periods when such properties are closed to the public is limited to authorized individuals who may be required to sign a register and display identification when requested by a uniformed guard, watchman, or other authorized individual. § 3.41 Preservation of property.

No person shall, without authorization, willfully destroy or damage Federal property located on the reservation. $ 3.42 Removal of property.

(a) No person shall remove Federal property from the reservation or any building thereon, except upon the issuance of a property pass signed by an authorized property custodian and specifically describing the item(s) to be removed. In an emergency, when the property custodian is not available, the uniformed guard on duty may approve removal of property if, after consulting with the Administrative Officer or other responsible official of the Institute or other agency involved, he is authorized by that official to do so.

(b) No person shall remove from the reservation or any building thereon, privately owned property, other than property ordinarily carried on the person, except upon establishing proper identification to a uniformed guard or by following the procedures set forth in (a) above.

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