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AUTHORITY: Sec. 9, 31 Stat. 1450, as amended (15 U.S.C. 277). Applies sec. 1, 72 Stat 1711, as amended, (15 U.S.C. 278e(b)).

SOURCE: 39 FR 41170, Nov. 25, 1974, unless otherwise noted.

Subpart A-General

Subpart A-General

Sec. 265.1 Definitions. 265.2 Applicability. 265.3 Compliance with directions. 265.4 Making or giving of false reports. 265.5 Laws of Maryland and Colorado appli


Subpart B-Traffic and Vehicular


$265.1 Definitions.

As used in this part:

(a) Site means those grounds and facilities of the National Institute of Standards & Technology, Department of Commerce located in Montgomery County, Maryland, and in Boulder and Larimer Counties, Colorado, over which the Federal Government has acquired concurrent jurisdiction in accordance with appropriate authority.

(b) Uniformed guard means ignated employee appointed by the Director for purposes of carrying out the authority of a U.S. Special Policeman, as provided by 40 U.S.C. 318.

(c) Director means the Director of the National Institute of Standards & Technology. (39 FR 41170, Nov. 25, 1974, as amended at 41 FR 51787, Nov. 24, 1976; 55 FR 38316, Sept. 18, 1990]

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265.11 Inspection of license and registration. 265.12 Speeding or reckless driving. 265.13 Emergency vehicles. 265.14 Signs. 265.15 Right-of-way in crosswalks. 265.16 Parking. 265.17 Parking permits. 265.18 Prohibited servicing of vehicles. 265.19 Unattended vehicles. 265.20 Towing of improperly parked vehi

cles. 265.21 Improper use of roads as thorough

fares. 265.22 Bicycle traffic.

Subpart C-Buildings and Grounds 265.31 Closing the site. 265.32 Trespassing. 265.33 Preservation of property. 265.34 Conformity with posted signs. 265.35 Nuisances. 265.36 Intoxicating beverages. 265.37 Narcotics and other drugs. 265.38 Intoxication or other impairment of

function. 265.39 Weapons and explosives. 265.40 Nondiscrimination. 265.41 Gambling. 265.42 Photography for advertising or com

mercial purposes; advertising and solic

iting. 265.43 Pets and other animals.

8 265.2 Applicability.

The regulations in this part establish rules with respect to the parking and operation of motor vehicles and other activities and conduct on the site. These regulations are intended to supplement the rules and regulations regarding conduct in Part O of Subtitle A of this title and in other officially issued orders and regulations of the Department of Commerce and the National Institute of Standards & Technology (39 FR 41170, Nov. 25, 1974, as amended at 55 FR 38316, Sept. 18, 1990)

8 265.3 Compliance with directions.

No person shall fail or refuse to comply with any lawful order or direction of a uniformed guard in connection with the control or regulation of traffic and parking or other conduct on the site.

Subpart D-Penalties

265.51 Penalties-other laws.

8265.13 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.

8 265.4 Making or giving of false re

ports. No person shall knowingly give any false or fictitious report or information to any authorized person investigating an accident or apparent violation of law or these regulations. Nothing in this section shall affect the applicability of 18 U.S.C. 1001 regarding false, fictitious or fraudulent statements or entries.

8 265.14 Signs.

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

8 265.15 Right-of-way in crosswalks.

No person shall fail or refuse to yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian or bicyclist crossing a street in a marked crosswalk.

8265.5 Laws of Maryland and Colo

rado applicable. Unless otherwise specifically provided herein, the laws of the State of Maryland and of the State of Colorado shall be applicable to the site located within those respective States. The applicability of State laws shall not, however, affect or abrogate any other Federal law or regulation applicable under the circumstances.

Subpart B-Traffic and Vehicular


$265.11 Inspection of license and reg

istration. No person may operate any motor vehicle on the site unless he holds a current operator's license, nor may he, if operating a motor vehicle on the site, refuse to exhibit for inspection, upon request of a uniformed guard, his operator's license or proof of registration of the vehicle under his control at time of operation.

8265.16 Parking.

No person, unless otherwise authorized by a posted traffic sign or directed by a uniformed guard, shall stand or park a motor vehicle:

(a) On a sidewalk;

(b) Within an intersection or within a crosswalk;

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

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

(e) At curbs painted yellow;

(f) In a direction facing on-coming traffic;

(g) In a manner which would obstruct traffic;

(h) In a parking space marked as not intended for his use;

(i) Where directed not to do so by a uniformed guard;

(j) Except in an area specifically designated for parking or standing;

(k) Except within a single space marked for such purposes, when parking or standing in an area with marked spaces;

(1) At any place in violation of any posted sign; or

(m) In excess of 24 hours, unless permission has been granted by the Physical Security office.

$ 265.12 Speeding or reckless driving.

(a) No person shall drive a motor vehicle on the site at a speed greater than or in a manner other than is reasonable and prudent for the particular location, given the conditions of traffic, weather, and road surface and having regard to the actual and potential hazards existing.

(b) Except when a special hazard exists that requires lower speed for compliance with paragraph (a) of this section, the speed limit on the site is 25 m.p.h., unless another speed limit has been duly posted, and no person shall drive a motor vehicle on the site in excess of the speed limit.

8265.17 Parking permits.

No person, except visitors, shall park a motor vehicle on the site without having a 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.

8 265.18 Prohibited servicing of vehi.

cles. No person shall make nonemergency repairs on privately owned vehicles on the site.

sites in Colorado), the site 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. At such times no person shall enter the site except authorized individuals, who may be required to sign a register and display identification when requested by a uniformed guard. (39 FR 41170, Nov. 25, 1974, as amended at 56 FR 66969, Dec. 27, 1991)

8265.32 Trespassing.

No person shall come onto the site other than in pursuance of official government business or other properly authorized activities.

8 265.19 Unattended vehicles.

No person shall leave a motor vehicle unattended on the site with the engine running or a key in the ignition switch or the vehicle not effectively braked. 8265.20 Towing of improperly parked

vehicles. Any motor vehicle that is parked in violation of these regulations may be towed away or otherwise moved if a determination is made by a uniformed guard that it is a nuisance or hazard. A reasonable amount for the moving service and for the storage of the vehicle, if any, may be charged, and the vehicle is subject to a lien for that charge.

8265.33 Preservation of property.

No person shall, without authorization, willfully destroy, damage, or deface any building, sign, equipment, marker, or structure, tree, flower, lawn, or other public property on the site.

$265.34 Conformity with posted signs.

No person shall fail or refuse to comply with officially posted signs of a prohibitory nature or with directions of a uniformed guard.

8265.21 Improper use of roads as thor

oughfares. Except as otherwise provided herein, no person shall drive a motor vehicle or bicycle onto the site for the sole purpose of using the roads of the site as a thoroughfare between roads bordering the site. This section shall not apply to bicyclists using officially approved bike paths on the site.

8 265.22 Bicycle traffic.

No person shall ride a bicycle other than in a manner exercising due caution for pedestrian and other traffic. No person shall ride a bicycle on sidewalks or inside any building, nor shall any person park a bicycle on sidewalks or inside any building nor in a roadway or parking lot, provided, however, that these parking restrictions shall not apply to bicycles parked at bicycle racks located in these areas.

8 265.35 Nuisances.

(a) No person shall willfully disrupt the conduct of official business on the site, or engage in disorderly conduct; nor shall any person unreasonably obstruct the usual use of entrances, foyers, lobbies, corridors, offices, elevators, stairways, parking lots, sidewalks, or roads.

(b) No person shall litter or dispose of rubbish except in a receptacle provided for that purpose; nor shall any person throw articles of any kind from a building or from a motor vehicle or bicycle.

Subpart C-Buildings and Grounds

8 265.36 Intoxicating beverages.

Except as expressly authorized by the Director, the consumption or use on the site of intoxicating beverages is prohibited. 8265.37 Narcotics and other drugs.

The possession, sale, consumption, or use on the site of narcotic or other

8 265.31 Closing the site.

As determined by the Director (Director, NIST Boulder Laboratories, for

drugs illegal under the laws of the ridors, and auditoriums without prior State in which the particular site is approval. Photography for advertising situated is prohibited. The provisions and commercial purposes may be conof this section are not intended to pre- ducted only with the written permisclude the applicability of any State or sion of the Chief, Public Affairs Divilocal laws and regulations with respect sion of the National Institute of Standto the possession, sale, consumption, or ards and Technology (Public Affairs Ofuse of narcotic or other drugs.

ficer for Boulder for sites in Colorado,)

provided, however, that this shall not 8265.38 Intoxication or other impair- apply to photography for purposes of ment of function.

civic promotion. No person shall enter or remain on (b) Commercial advertisements and the site while noticeably impaired by

other material which are not directly the use of intoxicating beverages or pertinent or applicable to NIST emnarcotics or other drugs, and any such ployees but which nevertheless may be person found on the site in such a state of interest or benefit to them may, of impairment may be removed from with the approval of the Director of the site.

Administration (Executive Office,

Boulder, for sites in Colorado), be $265.39 Weapons and explosives. placed in an appropriate location and Except in connection with the con

made available to employees who visit duct of official business on the site, no

that area. Except with approval as properson other than uniformed guards

vided herein, no person shall distribute specifically authorized, or other Fed

commercial advertising literature or eral, State, or local law enforcement

engage in commercial soliciting on the officials so authorized, shall carry,

site. transport, or otherwise possess on the [39 FR 41170, Nov. 25, 1974, as amended at 55 site, firearms whether loaded or not, FR 38316, Sept. 18, 1990; 56 FR 66969, Dec. 27, other dangerous or deadly weapons or

1991] materials, or explosives, either openly or concealed, without the written per

8 265.43 Pets and other animals. mission of the Director or his designee. Except in connection with the con

duct of official business on the site or 8265.40 Nondiscrimination.

with the approval of the Associate DiNo person shall discriminate against rector for Administration (Executive any other person because of race, Officer, IBS/Boulder, for sites in Colocreed, color, sex, or national origin, in

rado), no person shall bring upon the furnishing, or by refusing to furnish to site any cat, dog, or other animal, prosuch person the use of any facility of a

vided, however, that blind persons may public nature, including all services,

have the use of seeing eye dogs. privileges, accommodations, and activities provided thereby on the site.

Subpart D-Penalties 8265.41 Gambling.

8 265.51 Penalties—other laws. No person shall participate on the Except with respect to the laws of site in games for money or other prop- the State of Maryland and the State of erty, or in the operation of gambling Colorado assimilated by $265.5 or othdevices, the conduct of lotteries or erwise, whoever shall be found guilty of pools, or in the selling or purchasing of violating these regulations is subject numbers tickets, or the taking or plac- to a fine of not more than $50 or iming of bets.

prisonment of not more than 30 days,

or both (40 U.S.C. 318c). Except as ex8265.42 Photography for advertising pressly provided in this part, nothing commercial purposes; adver

contained in these regulations shall be tising and soliciting.

construed to abrogate any other Fed(a) Except as otherwise provided eral laws or regulations, or any State herein or where security regulations and local laws and regulations applicawould preclude, photographs may be ble to the area in which the site is situtaken in entrances, lobbies, foyers, cor- ated.


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