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TITLE 16.—CONSERVATION_Continued
Chap.
10. Northern Pacific Halibut Fishing.
10A. Sockeye or Pink Salmon Fishing.
10B. Fish Restoration and Management Projects.
10C. Fish Research and Experimentation Program.
10D. State Commercial Fisheries Research and De-

velopment Projects. 11.

Regulation of Landing, Curing, and Sale of

Sponges Taken from Gulf of Mexico and

Straits of Florida. 12. Federal Regulation and Development of

Power. 12A. Tennessee Valley Authority. 12B. Bonneville Project. 12C. Fort Peck Project. 12D. Columbia Basin Project. 12E. Niagara Power Project. 12F. Pacific Northwest Consumer Power Prefer

ence; Reciprocal Priority in other Regions. 13. Regulation of Transportation in Interstate or

Foreign Commerce of Black Bass and Other

Fish. 14. Regulation of Whaling. 15. Predatory Sea Lampreys in the Great Lakes. 15A. Great Lakes Fisheries. 16. Tuna Conventions. 17. Northwest Atlantic Fisheries. 18. Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention. 19. North Pacific Fisheries. 20. National Fisheries Center and Aquarium. 21. Prohibition of Foreign Fishing Vessels in the

Territorial Waters of the United States. 21A. Fisheries Zone Contiguous to Territorial Sea

of the United States. 22. International Parks. 23. National Wilderness Preservation System. 24. Conservation and Protection of Fur Seals,

Other Wildlife, and Sea Otters. 25. Jellyfish or Sea Nettles, Other Such Pests,

and Seaweed in Coastal Waters: Control

or Elimination. 25A. Crown of Thorns Starfish. 26. Estuarine Areas. 27. National Trails System. 28. Wild and Scenic Rivers. 29. Water Bank Program for Wetlands Preserva

tion. TITLE 17.-COPYRIGHTS 1. Registration of Copyright. 2. Infringement Proceedings. 3. Copyright Office. TITLE 18.-CRIMES AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

PART I.-CRIMES 1. General Provisions. 2. Aircraft and Motor Vehicles. 3. Animals, Birds, Fish, and Plants. 5. Arson. 7. Assault. 9. Bankruptcy. 11. Bribery and Graft. 12. Civil Disorders. 13. Civil Rights. 15. Claims and Services in Matters Affecting

Government.

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Coins and Currency.
Congressional Assassination, Kidnaping, and

Assault.
Conspiracy.
Contempts.
Contract
Counterfeiting and Forgery.
Customs.
Elections and Political Activities.
Embezzlement and Theft.
Emblems, Insignia, and Names.
Escape and Rescue.
Espionage and Censorship.
Explosives and Other Dangerous Articles.
Importation, Manufacture, Distribution and

Storage of Explosive Materials.
Extortion and Threats.
Extortionate Credit Transactions.
False Personation.
Firearms.
Foreign Relations.
Fraud and False Statements.
Fugitives from Justice.
Gambling.
Homicide.
Indians.
Kidnaping.
Labor.
Liquor Traffic.
Lotteries.
Mail Fraud.
Malicious Mischief.
Military and Navy.
Narcotics.
Nationality and Citizenship.
Obscenity.
Obstruction of Justice.
Passports and Visas.
Peonage and Slavery.
Perjury.
Piracy and Privateering.
Postal Service.
Presidential Assassination, Kidnaping, and

Assault.
Prison-made Goods.
Prisons.
Professions and Occupations.
Public Lands.
Public Officers and Employees.
Racketeering.
Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organiza-

tions.
Railroads.
Rape.
Records and Reports.
Riots.
Robbery and Burglary.
Sabotage.
Seamen and Stowaways.
Searches and Seizures.
Shipping.
Stolen Property.
Treason, Sedition and Subversive Activities.
White Slave Traffic.
Wire Interception and Interception of Oral

Communications.

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97. 99. 101. 102. 103. 105. 107. 109. 111. 113. 115. 117. 119.

TITLE 18.-CRIMES AND CRIMINAL
PROCEDURE—Continued

PART D.CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
Chap.
201. General Provisions.
203. Arrest and Commitment.
205. Searches and Seizures.
207. Release.
209. Extradition.
211. Jurisdiction and Venue.
213. Limitations.
215. Grand Jury.
216. Special Grand Jury.
217. Indictment and Information.
219. Trial by United States Magistrates.
221. Arraignment, Pleas and Trial.
223. Witnesses and Evidence.
225. Verdict.
227. Sentence, Judgment, and Execution.
229. Fines, Penalties and Forfeitures.
231. Probation.
233. Contempts.
235. Appeal.
237. Rules of Criminal Procedure.

PART III.-PRISONS AND PRISONERS 301. General Provisions. 303. Bureau of Prisons. 305. Commitment and Transfer. 307. Employment. 309. Good Time Allowances. 311. Parole. 313. Mental Defectives. 314. Narcotic Addicts. 315. Discharge and Release Payments. 317. Institutions for Women.

PART IV.—CORRECTION OF YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS 401. General Provisions. 402. Federal Youth Corrections Act. 403. Juvenile Delinquency.

Chap. 6. American Printing House for the Blind. 6A. Vending Stands for Blind in Federal Build

ings. 7. Instruction as to Nature and Effect of Alco

holic Drinks and Narcotics. 8. Howard University. 9. National Training School for Boys. 10. National Training School for Girls. 11. National Arboretum. 12. Foreign and Exchange Students. 13. Financial Assistance to Local Educational

Agencies. 14. School Construction in Areas Affected by

Federal Activities. 15. Studies and Research on Problems in Edu

cation. 16. Public Library Services and Construction. 17. National Defense Education Program. 18. Grants for Teaching in the Education of

Handicapped Children. 18A. Early Education Programs for Handicapped

Children. 19. School Construction in Areas Affected by

Federal Activities. 20. Grants for Teaching in the Education of the

Deaf. 20A. National Technical Institute for the Deaf. 21. Higher Educational Facilities. 22. National Council on the Arts. 23. Training and Fellowship Programs for Com

munity Development. 24. Grants for Educational Materials, Facilities

and Services, and Strengthening of Educa.

tional Agencies. 25. Pay and Personnel Program for Overseas

Teachers. 26. National Foundation on the Arts and the

Humanities. 27. National Vocational Student Loan Insurance. 28. Higher Education Resources and Student

Assistance.

International Studies and Research. 30. Basic Education for Adults. 31. Leadtime and Planning and Evaluation in Ele

mentary and Secondary Education Pro

grams. 32. Vocational Education. 33. Education of the Handicapped. 34. National Commission on Libraries and Infor

mation Science. 35. Environmental Education.

PART V.-IMMUNITY OF WITNESSES

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TITLE 19.—CUSTOMS DUTIES 1. Collection Districts, Ports, and Officers. 1A. Foreign Trade Zones. 2. The Tariff Commission. 3. The Tariff and Related Provisions. 4. Tariff Act of 1930. 5. Smuggling. 6. Trade Fair Program. 7. Trade Expansion Program. 8. Automotive Products. 9. Visual and Auditory Materials of Educational,

Scientific, and Cultural Character. 10. Bureau of Customs.

TITLE 20.-EDUCATION 1. Office of Education. 2. Teaching of Agricultural, Trade, Home Eco

nomics, and Industrial Subjects. 3. Smithsonian Institution; National Museums

and Art Galleries. 4. National Zoological Park. 5. Government Collections and Institutions for

Research, and Material for Educational

Institutions. 47-500 0-71-Vol. 9

TITLE 21.-FOOD AND DRUGS 1. Adulterated or Misbranded Foods or Drugs. 2. Teas. 3. Filled Milk. 4. Animals, Meats, and Meat and Dairy Prod

ucts. 5. Viruses, Serums, Toxins, Antitoxins, and

Analogous Products. 5A. Bureau of Narcotics. 6. Narcotic Drugs. 7. Practice of Pharmacy and sale of Poisons in

Consular Districts in China.

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TITLE 21.-FOOD AND DRUGS-Continued
Chap.
8. Narcotic Farms.
9. Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
10. Poultry and Poultry Products Inspection.
11. Manufacture of Narcotic Drugs.
12.

Meat Inspection. 13. Drug Abuse Prevention and Control. 14. Drug Abuse Educational Programs and

Activities. 15. Egg Products Inspection.

TITLE 23.-HIGHWAYS Chap. 1. Federal Aid Highways. 2. Other Highways. 3. General Provisions. 4. Highway Safety. 5. Highway Relocation Assistance.

TITLE 24.-HOSPITALS, ASYLUMS, AND CEME

TERIES 1. Navy Hospitals, Naval Home, Army and Navy

Hospital, and Hospital Relief for Seamen

and Others. 2. The Soldiers' Home. 3. The National Home for Disabled Volunteer

Soldiers. 4. Saint Elizabeths Hospital. 5. The Columbia Institution for the Deal. 6. The Freedmen's Hospital. 7. National Cemeteries. 7A. Private and Commercial Cemeteries. 8. Gorgas Hospital. 9. Hospitalization of Mentally Ill Nationals Re

turned from Foreign countries.

TITLE 22.-FOREIGN RELATIONS AND INTER

COURSE 1. Diplomatic and Consular Service Generally. 2. Consular Courts. 3. United States Court for China. 4. Passports. 5. Preservation of Friendly Foreign Relations

Generally. 6. Foreign Diplomatic and Consular Officers. 7. International Bureaus, Congresses, etc. 8. Foreign Service Buildings. 9. Foreign Wars, War Materials, and Neutrality. 10. Hemispheral Relations. 11. Foreign Agents and Propaganda. 12. Claims Commissions. 13. Service Courts of Friendly Foreign Forces. 14. Foreign Service. 14A. Foreign Service Information Officers Corps. 15. The Republic of the Philippines. 16. Greek and Turkish Assistance. 17. Relief Aid to War-Devastated Countries. 18. United States Information and Educational

Exchange Programs. 19. Foreign Assistance Program. 20. Mutual Defense Assistance Program. 20A. Mutual Defense Assistance Control Program. 21. Settlement of International Claims. 21A. Settlement of Investment Disputes. 22. Mutual Security Assistance. 23. Protection of Citizens Abroad. 24. Mutual Security Program. 24A. Middle East Peace and Stability. 25. Protection of Vessels on the High Seas and

in Territorial Waters of Foreign countries. 26. Armed Forces Participation in International

Amateur Sports Competitions. 27.

International Cultural Exchange and Trade

Fair Participation. 28. International Atomic Energy Agency Partici

pation. 29. Cultural and Technical Interchange Centers. 29A. Inter-American Cultural and Trade Center. 30. International Cooperation in Health and

Medical Research. 31. International Travel. 32. Foreign Assistance. 33. Mutual Educational and Cultural Exchange

Program. 34. The Peace Corps. 35. Arms Control and Disarmament, 36. Migration and Refugee Assistance. 37. Foreign Gifts and Decorations. 38. Department of State. 39. Foreign Military Sales. 40. International Expositions.

TITLE 25.-INDIANS

1. Bureau of Indian Affairs. 2. Officers of Indian Affairs. 2A. Indian Claims Commission. 3. Agreements with Indians. 4. Performance by United States of Obligations

to Indians. 5. Protection of Indians. 6. Government of Indian Country and Reserva

tions. 7. Education of Indians. 7A. Promotion of Social and Economic Welfare. 8. Rights-of-Way Through Indian Lands. 9. Allotment of Indian Lands. 10. Descent and Distribution; Heirs of Allottee. 11. Irrigation of Allotted Lands. 12. Lease, Sale, or Surrender of Allotted or Un

allotted Lands. 13. Ceded Indian Lands. 14. Miscellaneous. 15. Constitutional Rights of Indians.

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TITLE 26.-INTERNAL REVENUE CODE-Con.

SUBTITLE C.-EMPLOYMENT TAXES—continued Chap. 24. Collection of Income Tax at Source on Wages. 25. General Provisions Relating to Employment

Taxes.

Chap. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Prohibition Reorganization Act of 1930.
Transportation in Interstate Commerce.
Liquor Law Repeal and Enforcement Act.
Federal Alcohol Administration Act.
Liquor Enforcement Act of 1936.

TITLE 28.-JUDICIARY AND JUDICIAL PRO

CEDURE

SUBTITLE D.-MISCELLANEOUS EXCISE TAXES 31. Retailers Excise Taxes. 32. Manufacturers Excise Taxes. 33. Facilities and Services. 34. Documentary Stamp Taxes. 35. Taxes on Wagering. 36. Certain Other Excise Taxes. 37. Sugar, Coconut and Palm Oil. 38. Import Taxes. 39. Regulatory Taxes. 40. General Provisions Relating to Occupational

Taxes. 41. Interest Equalization Tax. 42. Private Foundations. SUBTITLE E.-ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, AND CERTAIN OTHER

EXCISE TAXES 51. Distilled Spirits, Wines, and Beer. 52. Tobacco, Cigars, Cigarettes, and Cigarette

Papers and Tubes. 53. Machine Guns, Destructive Devices, and Cer

tain Other Firearms.

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SUBTITLE F.-PROCEDURE AND ADMINISTRATION 61.

Information and Returns. 62. Time and Place for Paying Tax. 63. Assessment. 64. Collection. 65. Abatements, Credits, and Refunds. 66. Limitations. 67. Interest. 68. Additions to the Tax, Additional Amounts,

and Assessable Penalties. 69. General Provisions Relating to Stamps. 70. Jeopardy, Bankruptcy and Receiverships. 71. Transferees and Fiduciaries. 72. Licensing and Registration. 73. Bonds. 74. Closing Agreements and Compromises. 75. Crimes, Other Offenses, and Forfeitures. 76. Judicial Proceedings. 77. Miscellaneous Provisions. 78.

Discovery of Liability and Enforcement of

Title. 79. Definitions. 80. General Rules. SUBTITLE G.--THE JOINT COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL

REVENUE TAXATION 91. Organization and Membership of the Joint

Committee. 92. Powers and Duties of the Joint Committee.

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TITLE 27.-INTOXICATING LIQUORS 1. General Provisions. 2. Prohibition of Intoxicating Beverages. 2A. Beer, Ale, Porter, and Similar Fermented

Liquor. 3. Industrial Alcohol. 4. Penalties.

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Chap. 12. Multiple Mineral Development of the Same

Tracts. 12A. Entry and Location on Coal Lands on Dis.

covery of Source Material. 13. Control of Coal-Mine Fires. 14. Anthracite Mine Drainage and Flood Control. 15. Surface Resources. 16. Mineral Development of Lands Withdrawn

for Power Development. 17. Exploration Program for Discovery of Min

erals. 18. Coal Research and Development. 19. Lead and Zinc Stabilization Program. 20. Conveyances to Occupants of Unpatented

Mining Claims. 21. Metal and Nonmetallic Mine Safety. 22. Coal Mine Health and Safety. 23. Geothermal Steam and Associated Geother

mal Resources.

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TITLE 29.–LABOR 1. Labor Statistics. 2. Women's Bureau. 2A. Children's Bureau. 3. National Trade Unions. 4. Vocational Rehabilitation of Persons Injured

in Industry. 4A. Employment Stabilization. 4B. Federal Employment Service. 4C. Apprentice Labor. 5. Labor Disputes; Mediation and Injunctive

Relief. 6. Jurisdiction of Courts in Matters Affecting

Employer and Employee. 7. Labor-Management Relations. 8. Fair Labor Standards. 9. Portal-To-Portal Pay. 10. Disclosure of Welfare and Pension Plans. 11. Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure

Procedure. 12. Department of Labor. 13. Exemplary Rehabilitation Certificates. 14. Age Discrimination in Employment. 15. Occupational Safety and Health.

TITLE 31.—MONEY AND FINANCE 1. The National Budget and Audit System. 1A. Accounting and Auditing. 2. Audit and Settlement of Accounts. 3. The Treasurer. 4. The Register. 5. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing. 6. Debts Due by, or to, the United States. 7. Bureau of the Mint, Mints, and Assay Offices. 8. Coins, Coinage, and Currency. 9. Legal Tender. 10. The Public Moneys. 11. Appropriations. 12. The Public Debt. 13. Credit and Currency Expansion. 14. Financial Control of Government Corpora

tions. 15. Gifts for Reduction of Public Debt. 16. Adjustment of Old Series Currency. 17. Balance of Payments Agreements. 18. Compromise and Collection of Federal Claims. 19. Presidential Election Campaign Fund. 20. Department of the Treasury. 21. Reports of Currency and Foreign Transac

tions. 22. Fiscal Controls.

TITLE 32.-NATIONAL GUARD 1. Organization. 3. Personnel. 5. Training. 7. Service, Supply, and Procurement.

TITLE 30.—MINERAL LANDS AND MINING 1. The Bureau of Mines. 2. Mineral Lands and Regulations Generally. 3. Lands Containing Coal, Oil, Gas, Asphaltic

Materials, Sodium Sulphur, and Building

Stone. 3A. Leases and Prospecting Permits. 4. Lease of Gold, Silver, or Quicksilver Deposits

When Title Confirmed by Court of Private

Land Claims. 5. Lease of Oil and Gas Deposits in or under

Railroads and other Rights of Way. 6. Synthetic Liquid Fuel Demonstration Plants. 7. Lease of Mineral Deposits within Acquired

Lands. 8. Development of Lignite Coal Resources. 9. Rare and Precious Metals Experiment Station. 10. Coal Mine Safety. 11. Mining Claims on Lands Subject to Mineral

Leasing Laws.

TITLE 33.-NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE

WATERS 1. Navigable Waters Generally. 2. International Rules for Navigation at Sea. 3. Navigation Rules for Harbors, Rivers, and In

land Waters Generally. 4. Navigation Rules for Great Lakes and Their

Connecting and Tributary Waters. 5. Navigation Rules for Red River of the North

and Rivers Emptying into Gulf of Mexico

and Tributaries. 5A. Exemption of Navy or Coast Guard Vessels

from Certain Navigation Rules.

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