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TITLE 42—THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE-Continued

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Chap. 28. Area Redevelopment Program (Omitted

or Repealed). 29. Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Offenses

Control (Omitted). 30. Manpower Development and Training

Program (Repealed). 31. Public Works Acceleration Program. 32.

Third Party Liability for Hospital and

Medical Care. 33. Community Mental Health Centers

(Omitted, Transferred, or Repealed). 34. Economic Opportunity Program. 35. Programs for Older Americans. 35A. Community Service Employment for

Older Americans (Repealed). 36. Compensation of Condemnees in Develop

ment Programs (Repealed). 37. Community Facilities and Advance Land

Acquisition. 38. Public Works and Economic Develop

ment. 39. Solid Waste Disposal (Omitted or Re

pealed, See Chapter 82]. 40. Soil Information Assistance for Communi

ty Planning and Resource Development. 41. Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan

Development Program. 42. Naicotic Addict Rehabilitation. 43.

Department of Health and Human Serv

ices. 44. Department of Housing and Urban Devel

opment. 45. Fair Housing. 46. Justice System Improvement. 47. Juvenile Delinquency Prevention and

Control (Omitted or Repealed). 48. Guarantees for Financing New Communi

ty Land Development (Repealed or

Omitted). 49. National Housing Partnerships. 50. National Flood Insurance. 51. Design and Construction of Public Build

ings To Accommodate Physically Handi

capped. 52. Intergovernmental Cooperation (Re

pealed, See Chapter 65 of Title 31). 52A. Joint Funding Simplification (Repealed). 53. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmen

tal Relations. 54. Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for

Spanish-Speaking People (Omitted). 55. National Environmental Policy. 56. Environmental Quality Improvement. 57. Environmental Pollution Study. 58. Disaster Relief (Repealed or Trans

ferred). 59. National Urban Policy and New Commu.

nity Development.

Chap. 60. Comprehensive Alcohol Abuse and Alco

holism Prevention, Treatment, and Re

habilitation Program. Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real

Property Acquisition Policies for Feder

al and Federally Assisted Programs. 62. Intergovernmental Personnel Program. 63. Lead-Based Paint Poisoning Prevention. 63A. Residential Lead-Based Paint Hazard Re

duction. 64. Public Service Employment Programs

(Omitted). 65. Noise Control. 66. Domestic Volunteer Services. 67. Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment

and Adoption Reform. 68. Disaster Relief. 69. Community Development. 70. Manufactured Home Construction and

Safety Standards. 71. Solar Energy. 72. Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Preven

tion. 73. Development of Energy Sources. 74. Nonnuclear Energy Research and Devel

opment. 75. Programs for Individuals With Develop

mental Disabilities. 76. Age Discrimination in Federally Assisted

Programs. 77. Energy Conservation. 78. National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska. 79. Science and Technology Policy, Organiza

tion and Priorities. 80. Public Works Employment. 81. Energy Conservation and Resource Re

newal.

Solid Waste Disposal. 83. Energy Extension Service. 84. Department of Energy. 85. Air Pollution Prevention and Control. 86. Earthquake Hazards Reduction.

Water Research and Development (Re

pealed or Transferred). 88. Uranium Mill Tailings Radiation Control. 89. Congregate Housing Services. 90. Neighborhood and City Reinvestment,

Self-Help and Revitalization. 91. National Energy Conservation Policy. 92. Powerplant and Industrial Fuel Use. 93. Emergency Energy Conservation. 94. Low-Income Energy Assistance. 95. United States Synthetic Fuels Corpora

tion (Omitted). 96. Biomass Energy and Alcohol Fuels. 97. Acid Precipitation Program and Carbon

Dioxide Study. 98. Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion Re

search and Development. 99. Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion. 100. Wind Energy Systems. 101. Magnetic Fusion Energy Engineering. 102. Mental Health Systems.

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TITLE 42—THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE—Continued

Chap. 103. Comprehensive Environmental Response,

Compensation, and Liability. 104. Nuclear Safety Research, Development,

and Demonstration. 105. Community Services Programs. 106. Community Services Block Grant Pro

gram. 107. Consumer-Patient Radiation Health and

Safety. 108. Nuclear Waste Policy. 109. Water Resources Research. 109A. Membrane Processes Research. 110. Family Violence Prevention and Services. 111. Emergency Federal Law Enforcement As

sistance. 112. Victim Compensation and Assistance. 113. State Justice Institute. 114. Protection and Advocacy for Mentally Ill

Individuals. 115. Child Development Associate Scholarship

Assistance Program. 116. Emergency Planning and Community

Right-To-Know. 117. Encouraging Good Faith Professional

Review Activities. 118. Alzheimer's Disease and Related Demen

tias Research. 119. Homeless Assistance. 120. Enterprise Zone Development. 121. International Child Abduction Remedies. 122. Native Hawaiian Health Care. 123. Drug Abuse Education and Prevention. 124. Public Housing Drug Elimination. 125. Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency

Technology Competitiveness. 126. Equal Opportunity for Individuals with

Disabilities. 127. Coordinated Services for Children, Youth,

and Families. 128. Hydrogen Research, Development, and

Demonstration Program. 129. National and Community Service. 130. National Affordable Housing. 131. Housing Opportunities for Persons with

AIDS. 132. Victims of Child Abuse. 133. Pollution Prevention. 134. Energy Policy. 135. Residency and Service Requirements in

Federally Assisted Housing. 136. Violent Crime Control and Law Enforce

ment.

Chap. 6. Withdrawal from Settlement, Location,

Sale, or Entry. 7. Homesteads. 8. Timber and Stone Lands (Repealed). 8A. Grazing Lands. 9. Desert-Land Entries. 10. Underground-Water Reclamation Grants

(Repealed). 11. Discovery, Development, and Marking of

Water Holes, etc., by Government. 11A. Board on Geographic Names. 12. Reclamation and Irrigation of Lands by

Federal Government. 12A. Boulder Canyon Project. 12B. Colorado River Storage Project. 13. Federal Lands Included in State Irriga

tion Districts. 14. Grants of Desert Lands to States for Rec

lamation. 15. Appropriation of Waters; Reservoir Sites. 16. Sale and Disposal of Public Lands. 17. Reservation and Sale of Town Sites on

Public Lands. 18. Survey of Public Lands. 19. Bounty Lands (Repealed). 20. Reservations and Grants to States for

Public Purposes. 21. Grants in Aid of Railroads and Wagon

Roads. 21A. Forfeiture of Northern Pacific Railroad

Indemnity Land Grants (Omitted). 22. Rights-of-Way and Other Easements in

Public Lands. 23. Grants of Swamp and Overflowed Lands. 24. Drainage Under State Laws (Repealed). 25. Unlawful Inclosures or Occupancy; Ob

structing Settlement or Transit. 25A. Lands Held Under Color of Title. 26. Abandoned Military Reservations (Re

pealed). 27. Public Lands in Oklahoma.

Miscellaneous Provisions Relating to

Public Lands. 29. Submerged Lands. 30. Administration of Public Lands (Repealed

or Omitted). 31. Department of the Interior. 32. Colorado River Basin Project. 32A. Colorado River Basin Salinity Control. 32B. Colorado River Floodway. 33. Alaska Native Claims Settlement. 33A. Implementation of Alaska Native Claims

Settlement and Alaska Statehood. 34. Trans-Alaska Pipeline. 35. Federal Land Policy and Management. 36. Outer Continental Shelf Resource Man

agement. 37. Public Rangelands Improvement. 38. Crude Oil Transportation Systems. 39. Abandoned Shipwrecks. 40. Reclamation States Emergency Drought

Relief.

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TITLE 43–PUBLIC LANDS 1. Bureau of Land Management. 2. United States Geological Survey. 3. Surveys. 4. District Land Offices. 5. Land Districts.

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Chap. 1. 3. 5.

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7. 9. 11.

15. 16. 17.

Temporary Railroad Unemployment In

surance Program. Railroad Safety (Repealed, See Chapters

201 and 213 of Title 49). Rail Passenger Service (Repealed, See

Chapters 241 to 247 of Title 49). Emergency Rail Services. Regional Rail Reorganization. Railroad Revitalization and Regulatory

Reform.
Milwaukee Railroad Restructuring.
Rock Island Railroad Employee Assist-

ance.
Northeast Rail Service.
Alaska Railroad Transfer.
Conrail Privatization.

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20. 21. 22.

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Joint Committee on Printing.
Government Printing Office.
Production and Procurement of Printing

and Binding.
Congressional Printing and Binding.
Congressional Record.
Executive and Judiciary Printing and

Binding. Particular Reports and Documents. Federal Register and Code of Federal

Regulations. Distribution and Sale of Public Docu

ments. Depository Library Program. National Archives and Records Adminis

tration. Presidential Records. National Archives Trust Fund Board. National Historical Publications and Rec

ords Commission. Advisory Committee on the Records of

Congress. Records Management by the Archivist of

the United States and by the Adminis

trator of General Services. Records Management by Federal Agen

cies. Disposal of Records. Coordination of Federal Information

Policy. Advertisements by Government Agencies. Government Printing Office: Office of In

spector General. Access to Federal Electronic Information.

TITLE 46-SHIPPING

SUBTITLE I-GENERAL

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SUBTITLE II—VESSELS AND SEAMEN

PART A-GENERAL PROVISIONS

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TITLE 45-RAILROADS 1. Safety Appliances and Equipment on

Railroad Engines and Cars, and Protection of Employees and Travelers (Repealed, See Chapters 203 to 209 and 213

of Title 49). 2. Liability for Injuries to Employees. 3. Hours of Service of Employees (Repealed

in Part, See Chapters 211 and 213 of

Title 49). 4. Care of Animals in Transit (Repealed, See

Chapter 39 of Title 46 and Section 80502

of Title 49). 5. Government-Aided Railroads (Repealed

or Transferred). 6. Mediation, Conciliation, and Arbitration

in Controversies Between Carriers and

Employees (Repealed). 7. Adjustment Boards and Labor Boards

(Repealed). 8. Railway Labor. 9. Retirement of Railroad Employees. 10. Tax on Carriers and Employees (Repealed

or Omitted). 11. Railroad Unemployment Insurance.

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PART J-MEASUREMENT OF VESSELS 141. General. 143. Convention Measurement. 145. Regulatory Measurement. 147. Penalties.

SUBTITLE III-MARITIME LIABILITY 301. General. 313. Commercial Instruments and Maritime

Liens.

TITLE 48-TERRITORIES AND INSULAR

POSSESSIONS 1. Bureau of Insular Affairs (Omitted or Re

pealed). 2. Alaska. 3. Hawaii. 4. Puerto Rico. 5. Philippine Islands (Omitted, Repealed, or

Transferred). 6. Canal Zone (Omitted, Repealed, or Trans

ferred). 7. Virgin Islands. 8. Guano Islands. 8A. Guam. 9. Samoa, Tutuila, Manua, Swains Island,

and Trust Territory of the Pacific Is

lands (Transferred). 10. Territorial Provisions of General

Nature. 11. Alien Owners of Land. 12. Virgin Islands. 13. Eastern Samoa. 14. Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. 15. Conveyance of Submerged Lands to Terri.

tories. 16. Delegates to Congress. 17. Northern Mariana Islands. 18. Micronesia, Marshall Islands, and Palau. 19. Pacific Policy Reports.

TITLE 46, APPENDIX-SHIPPING 1. Administration of Shipping Laws. 2. Documentation, Recording, and Measure

ment. 3 Clearance and Entry. 4. Tonnage Duties. 5. Discriminating Duties and Reciprocal

Privileges. 6. Regulation as to Vessels Carrying Steer

age Passengers. 8. Limitation of Vessel Owner's Liability. 12. Regulation of Vessels in Domestic Com

merce. 13. Passports and Papers of Vessels Engaged

in Foreign Commerce. 14. Inspection of Steam Vessels. 15. Transportation of Passengers and Mer

chandise by Steam Vessels. 18. Merchant Seamen. 19. Wrecks and Salvage. 19A. Admiralty and Maritime Jurisdiction. 20. Suits in Admiralty by or Against Vessels

or Cargoes of United States. 21. Death on High Seas by Wrongful Act. 22. Suits in Admiralty Against United States

for Damages Caused by Public Vessels

or for Towage or Salvage Services.

Shipping Act. 23A. Intercoastal Shipping. 24. Merchant Marine Act, 1920. 24A. Merchant Marine Act, 1928.

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TITLE 49-TRANSPORTATION

SUBTITLE I-DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 1. Organization. 3. General Duties and Powers. 5. Special Authority.

TITLE 49—TRANSPORTATION_Continued

PART C-INFORMATION, STANDARDS, AND

REQUIREMENTS Chap. 321. General. 323. Consumer Information. 325. Bumper Standards. 327. Odometers. 329. Automobile Fuel Economy. 331. Theft Prevention.

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SUBTITLE VII-AVIATION PROGRAMS

PART A-AIR COMMERCE AND SAFETY

SUBPART I-GENERAL 401. General Provisions.

SUBPART II--ECONOMIC REGULATION 411. Air Carrier Certificates. 413. Foreign Air Transportation. 415. Pricing. 417. Operations of Carriers. 419. Transportation of Mail. 421. Labor-Management Provisions.

SUBTITLE II-OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES Chap. 11. National Transportation Safety Board. SUBTITLE III-GENERAL AND INTERMODAL

PROGRAMS Transportation of Hazardous Material. 53.

Mass Transportation. 55. Intermodal Transportation, 57. Sanitary Food Transportation. 59. Intermodal Safe Container Transporta

tion.

SUBTITLE IV-INTERSTATE COMMERCE 101. General Provisions. 103. Interstate Commerce Commission. 105. Jurisdiction, 107. Rates, Tariffs, and Valuations. 109. Licensing. 111. Operations of Carriers. 113. Finance. 115. Federal-State Relations. 117. Enforcement: Investigations, Rights, and

Remedies. 119. Civil and Criminal Penalties.

SUBTITLE V-RAIL PROGRAMS

PART A-SAFETY 201. General. 203. Safety Appliances. 205. Signal Systems. 207. Locomotives. 209. Accidents and Incidents. 211. Hours of Service. 213. Penalties.

PART B-ASSISTANCE 221. Local Rail Freight Assistance.

PART C-PASSENGER TRANSPORTATION 241. General. 243. Amtrak. 245. Amtrak Commuter. 247. Amtrak Route System. 249. Northeast Corridor Improvement Pro

gram.

SUBPART III-SAFETY 441. Registration and Recordation of Aircraft. 443. Insurance. 445. Facilities, Personnel, and Research. 447. Safety Regulation. 449. Security. 451. Alcohol and Controlled Substances Test

ing. 453. Fees.

SUBPART IV-ENFORCEMENT AND PENALTIES 461. Investigations and Proceedings. 463. Penalties. 465. Special Aircraft Jurisdiction of the United

States.

PART B-AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT AND NOISE 471. Airport Development. 473. International Airport Facilities. 475. Noise.

PART C-FINANCING 481. Airport and Airway Trust Fund Authori

zations.

PART D-HIGH-SPEED RAIL 261. High-Speed Rail Assistance.

PART E-MISCELLANEOUS 281. Law Enforcement.

PART D-MISCELLANEOUS 491. Buy-American Preferences.

SUBTITLE VI–MOTOR VEHICLE AND DRIVER

PROGRAMS

SUBTITLE VIII-PIPELINES 601. Safety. 603. User Fees. 605. Interstate Commerce Regulation.

PART A-GENERAL 301. Motor Vehicle Safety. 303. National Driver Register. 305. National Automobile Title Information System.

PART B-COMMERCIAL 311. Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety. 313. Commercial Motor Vehicle Operators. 315. Motor Carrier Safety. 317. Participation in International Registra

tion Plan and International Fuel Tax Agreement.

SUBTITLE IX-COMMERCIAL SPACE

TRANSPORTATION 701. Commercial Space Launch Activities. 703. Space Transportation Infrastructure

Matching Grants.

SUBTITLE X-MISCELLANEOUS 801. Bills of Lading. 803. Contraband. 805. Miscellaneous.

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