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e-CFR Data is current as of October 20, 2014

Title 25Chapter IIPart 309


TITLE 25—Indians

CHAPTER II—INDIAN ARTS AND CRAFTS BOARD, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

PART 309—PROTECTION OF INDIAN ARTS AND CRAFTS PRODUCTS

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§309.1
How do the regulations in this part carry out the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990?
§309.2
What are the key definitions for purposes of the Act?
§309.6
When does a commercial product become an Indian product?
§309.7
How should a seller disclose the nature and degree of Indian labor when selling, offering, or displaying art and craft work for sale?
§309.8
For marketing purposes, what is the recommended method of identifying authentic Indian products?
§309.9
When can non-Indians make and sell products in the style of Indian arts and crafts?
§309.10
What are some sample categories and examples of Indian products?
§309.11
What are examples of jewelry that are Indian products?
§309.12
What are examples of basketry that are Indian products?
§309.13
What are examples of other weaving and textiles that are Indian products?
§309.14
What are examples of beadwork, quillwork, and moose hair tufting that are Indian products?
§309.15
What are examples of apparel that are Indian products?
§309.16
What are examples of regalia that are Indian products?
§309.17
What are examples of woodwork that are Indian products?
§309.18
What are examples of hide, leatherwork, and fur that are Indian products?
§309.19
What are examples of pottery and ceramics that are Indian products?
§309.20
What are examples of sculpture, carving, and pipes that are Indian products?
§309.21
What are examples of dolls and toys that are Indian products?
§309.22
What are examples of painting and other fine art forms that are Indian products?
§309.23
Does this part apply to products made before 1935?
§309.24
How will statements about Indian origin of art or craft products be interpreted?
§309.25
How can an individual be certified as an Indian artisan?
§309.26
What penalties apply?
§309.27
How are complaints filed?


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