Compilation of the Communications Act of 1934 and Related Provisions of Law: Including Communications Act of 1934, Communications Satellite Act of 1962, Selected Provisions from the United States Code

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Hearing as to Lawfulness of New Charges Suspension
26
Commission Authorized to Prescribe Just and Reasonable Charges
27
Liability of Carriers for Damages
28
Orders for Payment of Money
29
Interlocking DirectoratesOfficials Dealing in Securities
30
Extension of Lines
32
Transactions Relating to Services Equipment and so forth
34
Application of Act to Receivers and Trustees
35
Accounts Records and Memoranda Depreciation Charges
36
Special Provisions Relating to Telephone Companies
38
Competition among Record Carriers
40
Obscene or Harassing Telephone Calls in the District of Columbia or in Interstate or Foreign Communications
43
Regulation of Pole Attachments
45
Provisions Relating to Radio 88 301399B
46
Devices which Interfere with Radio Reception
47
General Powers of Commission
48
Waiver by Licensee
52
Foreign Ships
53
nication
56
Action upon Applications Form of and Conditions Attached to
57
Limitation on Holding and Transfer of Licenses
63
Special Requirements with Respect to Certain Applications in the Broadcasting Service
65
Administrative Sanctions
67
Application of Antitrust Laws Refusal of Licenses and Permits in Certain Cases
69
Preservation of Competition in Commerce
70
Facilities for Candidates for Public Office
71
Modification by Commission of Construction Permits or Licenses
73
Announcement with Respect to certain Matter Broadcast
74
Operation of Transmitting Apparatus
75
Construction Permits
76
Designation of Stations Liable to Interfere with Distress Signals
77
Distress Signals and Communications
78
Interference between Government and Commercial Stations
79
Censorship Indecent Language
80
Administration of Radio Laws in Territories and Possessions
81
Private Land Mobile Services
82
Ship Radio Stations and Operations
84
Exceptions
85
Radio Officers Watches Auto AlarmRadiotelegraph Equipped Ships
87
Technical RequirementsRadiotelegraph Equipped Ships
88
Technical RequirementsRadiotelephone Equipped Ships
90
Survival Craft
91
Authority of Master
92
Inspection
93
Control by Commission
94
Vessels excepted from radiotelephone requirement
95
Forfeitures
96
Criteria for Approval and Expenditures by Secretary of Commerce
102
SUBPART DGENERAL
121
Federal Interference or Control Prohibited Equal Employment
127
Procedural and Administrative Provisions
131
Inquiry by Commission on Its Own Motion
135
Use of Joint BoardsCooperation with State Commissions
141
Sec Page 502 Violation of Rules Regulations and so forth
146
Provisions Relating to Forfeitures
149
Venue of Offenses
150
Violation of Great Lakes Agreement
151
Prohibited Practices in Case of Contests of Intellectual Knowledge Intellectual Skill or Chance
153
Forfeiture of Communications Devices
154
Penal ProvisionsForfeitures 8 501510
155
Definitions
156
Use of Cable Channels and Cable Ownership Restrictions 611 Cable Channels for Public Educational or Governmental Use
157
Cable Channels for Commercial Use
158
Ownership Restrictions
160
Franchising and Regulation 621 General Franchise Requirements
162
Franchise Fees
163
Regulation of Rates
164
Regulation of Services Facilities and Equipment
165
Modification of Franchise Obligations
166
Renewal
168
War EmergencyPowers of President
184
Effective Date of Act
186
Short Title
187
Telecommunications Policy Study Commission
188
Index to the Communications
191
Index to Public Laws Amending the Communications Act
215
Public Laws by Sections Affected
217
Short Title Declaration of Policy and Definitions
225
Financing of the Corporation
232
Miscellaneous 8 401404
234
Study of Structure and Activities of Communications Satellite Corpo
238
551559 601612 701706
243
552a Records Maintained on Individuals
253
88 260 13311340 4402 287 289 295
260
552b Open Meetings
262
Rule Making
268
Imposition of Sanctions Determination of Applications for Licenses
274
Definitions
275
Regulatory Agenda
276
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
277
Avoidance of Duplicative or Unnecessary Analysis
278
Procedures for Gathering Comments
279
Judicial Review
280
Application Definitions
281
Right of Review
282
Relief Pending Review
283
Index to Title 5 Provisions on Administrative Procedure and Judicial Review
285
260aa Uniform Time Act of 1966
287
Congressional Declaration of Policy and Purpose
289
Labeling
290
Preemption
292
Unlawful Advertisements on Medium of Electronic Communication
293
Authority of Federal Trade Commission 294 1
294
Smokeless Tobacco Warning 295
295
Secondary Transmissions
296
88 111 801
304
Title 18Crimes and Criminal Procedure 1304 Broadcasting Lottery Information
307
Fraud by Wire Radio or Television
308
Broadcasting Obscene Language
309
Interception and Disclosure of Wire Oral or Electronic Communica tions Prohibited
312
Manufacture Distribution Possession and Advertising of Wire Oral or Electronic Communication Intercepting Devices Prohibited
317
Confiscation of Wire Oral or Electronic Communication Intercepting Devices
318
Authorization for Disclosure and Use of Intercepted Wire Oral or Electronic Communications
321
Procedure for Interception of Wire Oral or Electronic Communica tions
322
Reports Concerning Intercepted Wire Oral or Electronic Communi cations
328
Recovery of Civil Damages Authorized
329
Injunction Against Illegal Interception
330
88 1071
331
Definitions
332
Venue
333
Certification of Record on Review
334
Jurisdiction of the Proceeding
335
Enforcement of Orders by District Courts
336
Policy
339
35013520
340
Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs
342
Authority and Functions of Director
343
Assignment of Tasks and Deadlines
346
Federal Agency Responsibilities
348
Public Information Collection ActivitiesSubmission to Director Ap proval and Delegation
349
Determination of Necessity for Information Hearing
351
Cooperation of Agencies in Making Information Available
352
Director Review of Agency Activities Reporting Agency Response
353
Adminstrative Powers
354
Consultation with Other Agencies and the Public
355
Submarine Cables
357
Schedule of Charges P L 99272 sec 5002
359
AntiDrug Abuse
365
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