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16. Mineral Development of Lands Withdrawn

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


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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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.

6. General Duties of Ship Officers and Owners

after Collision or Other Accident.

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3B. Marine Corps League.

4. Belleau Wood Memorial Association.

4A. Amvets (American Veterans of World War II)

5. Grand Army of the Republic.

5A. Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic.

6. United States Blind Veterans of World War I.

6A. Disabled American Veterans.

7. American War Mothers.

7A. Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States.

8. American Battle Monuments Commission.

8A. The National Yeomen F.

8B. Service Clubs.

9. National Observances.

10. Patriotic Customs.

11. Civil Air Patrol.

12. Reserve Officers Association.

13. National Academy of Sciences.

14. Future Farmers of America.

15. Military Chaplains Association of the United

States of America.

16. American Society of International Law.

17. United States Olympic Committee.

18. Conference of State Societies, Washington,

District of Columbia.

19. Corregidor Bataan Memorial Commission.

20. National Conference on Citizenship.


National Safety Council.

22. Pershing Hall Memorial Fund.

23. Board for Fundamental Education.

24. Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War.

25. The Foundation of the Federal Bar Associa-


26. The National Fund for Medical Education.

27. Legion of Valor of the United States of


28. National Music Council.

29. Boys' Clubs of America.

30. Presidential Inaugural Ceremonies.

31. Civil War Centennial Commission.

32. Veterans of World War I of the United States

of America.

33. The Congressional Medal of Honor Society of

the United States of America.

34. Military Order of the Purple Heart of the

United States of America.

35. Blinded Veterans Association.
36. Big Brothers of America.
37. Jewish War Veterans, U.S.A., National Me-

morial, Inc.

Blue Star Mothers of America.
39. Agricultural Hall of Fame.
40. National Woman's Relief Corps, Auxiliary to

the Grand Army of the Republic.

41. Naval Sea Cadet Corps.

42. Audits of Federally Chartered Corporations.

43. Paralyzed Veterans of America.

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Appendix-Appalachian Regional Development Act

of 1965.

PART I.-GENERAL Chap. 1. Postal Policy and Definitions. 2. Organization. 4. General Authority. 6. Private Carriage of Letters.

PART II.—PERSONNEL i0. Employment within the Postal Service. 12. Employee-Management Agreements.

TITLE 41.-PUBLIC CONTRACTS Chap. 1. General Provisions. 2. Termination of War Contracts. 3. Procurement of Supplies and Services by

Armed Services. 4. Procurement Procedures. 5. Judicial Review of Administrative Decisions. 6. Service Contract Labor Standards.


PART III.-MODERNIZATION AND FISCAL ADMINISTRATION 20. Finance. 22. Convict Labor. 24. Appropriations and Annual Report. 26. Debts and Collection.


30. Nonmailable Matter. 32. Penalty and Franked Mail. 34. Armed Forces and Free Postage. 36. Postal Rates, Classes, and Services.

PART V.-TRANSPORTATION OF MAIL 50. General. 52. Transportation of Mail by Surface Carrier. 54. Transportation of Mail by Air. 56. Transportation of Mail by Vessel.




1. Public Buildings, Grounds, Parks, and

Wharves in District of Columbia. 2. Capitol Building and Grounds. 2A. National Archives. 3. Public Buildings and Works Generally. 4. The Public Property. 5. Hours of Labor and Safety on Public Works. 6. Acquisition of Sites for and Construction of

Public Buildings. 7. Acquisition of Land in District of Columbia

for use of United States by Condemnation

Proceedings. 8. Emergency Public Works and Construction

Projects. 9. Non-Federal Public Works. 10. Management and Disposal of Government

Property. 11. Real Property Transactions by Military De

partments. 12. Construction, Alteration, and Acquisition of

Public Buildings. 13. National Capital Transportation Program. 14. Safety Standards for Motor Vehicles. 15. Government Losses in Shipment. 16. General Services Administration. 17. Alaska Communications Disposal. 18. National Visitor Center Facilities; Capitol

Guide Service. 19. Capitol and White House Pennsylvania

Avenue Corporation.

1. The Public Health Service. 1A. The Public Health Service; Supplemental Pro

visions. 2. Sanitation and Quarantine. 3. Leprosy. 3A. Cancer. 4. Viruses, Serums, Toxins, Antitoxins, Etc. 5. Maternity and Infancy Welfare and Hygiene. 6. The Children's Bureau. 6A. The Public Health Service. 7. Social Security. 7A. Temporary Unemployment Compensation

Program. 8. Low-Rent Housing. 8A. Slum Clearance, Urban Renewal, and Farm

Housing. 8B. Public Works or Facilities. 8C. Open-Space Land. 9. Housing of Persons Engaged in National

Defense. 10. Federal Security Agency. 11. Compensation for Disability or Death to Per

sons Employed at Military, Air, and Naval

Bases Outside the United States. Compensation for Injury, Death, or Detention

of Employees of Contractors with the

United States Outside the United States. 13. School Lunch Programs. 13A. Child Nutrition. 14. Development and Control of Atomic Energy. 15. Disaster Relief. 15A. Reciprocal Fire Protection Agreements. 15B. Air Pollution Control. 16. National Science Foundation, 16A. Grants for Support of Scientific Research. 16B. Contracts for Scientific and Technological

Research. 17. Federal Employment Service. 18. Youth Medals. 19. Saline and Salt Waters. 19A. Water Resources Research Program. 19B. Water Resources Planning. 20. Elective Franchise. 20A. Civil Rights Commission. 21. Civil Rights. 22. Indian Hospitals and Health Facilities. 23. Development and Control of Atomic Energy. 24. Disposal of Atomic Energy Communities. 25. Federal Flood Insurance. 26. National Space Program.

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FARE-Continued Chap. 27. Loan Service of Captioned Films and Edu

cational Media for Handicapped. 28. Area Redevelopment Program. 28. Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Offenses

Control 30. Manpower Development and Training Pro

gram. 31. Public Works Acceleration Program. 32. Third Party Liability for Hospital and Medi

cal Care. Services and Facilities for the Mentally Re

tarded and Persons with Other Developmental Disabilities, and Mental Health

Centers. 34. Economic Opportunity Program. 35. Programs for Older Americans. 35A. Community Service Employment for Older

Compensation of Condemnees in Development

Programs. 37. Community Facilities and Advance Land Ac

quisition. 38. Public Works and Economic Development. 39. Solid Waste Disposal. 40. Soil Information Assistance for Community

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

velopment Program. 42. Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation. 43. Department of Health, Education, and Wel

fare. 44.

Department of Housing and Urban Develop

ment. 45. Fair Housing. 46. Law Enforcement Assistance and Criminal

Justice. 47. Juvenile Delinquency Prevention and Control. 48. Guarantees for Financing New Community

Land Development. 49. National Housing Partnerships. 50. National Flood Insurance. 51. Design and Construction of Public Buildings

To Accommodate Physically Handicapped. 52. Intergovernmental Cooperation. 53. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental

Relations. 54. Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for

Spanish-Speaking People. 55. National Environmental Policy. 56. Environmental Quality Improvement. 57. Environmental Pollution Study. 58. Disaster Relief. 59. Urban Growth and New Community Develop

ment. 60. Comprehensive Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism

Prevention, Treatment, and Rehabilitation

Program. 61.

Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real

Property Acquisition Policies for Federal

and Federally Assisted Programs. 62. Intergovernmental Personnel Program. 63. Lead-Based Paint Poisoning Prevention.

TITLE 43.—PUBLIC LANDS 1. Bureau of Land Management. 2. Geological Survey. 3. Surveys. 4. District Land Offices. 5. Land Districts. 6. Withdrawal from Settlement, Location, Sale,

or Entry. 7. Homesteads. 8. Timber and Stone Lands. 8A. Grazing Lands. 9. Desert-Land Entries. 10. Underground-Water Reclamation Grants. 11.

Discovery, Development, and Marking of

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

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

Districts. 14. Grants of Desert Lands to States for Recla

mation, 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. 20. Reservations and Grants to States for Public

Purposes. 21. Grants in Aid of Railroads and Wagon Roads. 21A. Forfeiture of Northern Pacific Railroad In

demnity Land Grants. 22.

Rights-of-Way and Other Easements in Pub

lic Lands. 23. Grants of Swamp and Overflowed Lands. 24. Drainage Under State Laws. 25. Unlawful Inclosures or Occupancy; Obstruct

ing Settlement or Transit. 25A. Lands Held Under Color of Title. 26. Abandoned Military Reservations. 27. Public Lands in Oklahoma. 28. Miscellaneous Provisions Relating to the Pub

lic Lands.

Submerged Lands. 30. Administration of Public Lands. 31. Department of the Interior, 32. Colorado River Basin Project. 33. Alaska Native Claims Settlement. 34. Trans-Alaska Pipeline.


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MENTS Continued Chap.

Congressional Printing and Binding. 9. Congressional Record. 11. Executive and Judiciary Printing and Bind

Ing. 13. Particular Reports and Documents. 15. Federal Register and Code of Federal Regu

lations. 17.

Distribution and Sale of Public Documents.

Depository Library Program. 21. Archival Administration. 23. National Archives Trust Fund Board. 25. National Historical Publications Commission. 27. Federal Records Council. 29. Records Management by Administrator of

General Services.

Records Management by Federal Agencies. 33. Disposal of Records. 35. Coordination of Federal Reporting Services. 37. Advertisements by Government Agencies.




TITLE 45.-RAILROADS 1. Safety Appliances and Equipment on Rall

road Engines and Cars, and Protection of

Employees and Travelers. 2. Liability for Injuries to Employees. 3. Hours of Service of Employees. 4. Care of Animals in Transit. 5. Government-aided Railroads. 6. Mediation, Conciliation, and Arbitration in

Controversies Between Carriers and Em

ployees. 7. Adjustment Boards and Labor Boards. 8. Railway Labor. 9. Retirement of Railroad Employees. 10. Tax on Carriers and Employees. 11. Railroad Unemployment Insurance, 12. Temporary Railroad Unemployment In

surance Program. 13. Railroad Safety. 14. Rail Passenger Service. 15. Emergency Rail Services. 16. Regional Rail Reorganization.

Chap. 13. Passports and Papers of Vessels Engaged in

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

dise by Steam Vessels. 16. Regulation of Motor Boats. 17. Regulation of Fishing Voyages. 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.

Death on the High Seas by Wrongful Act. 22. Suits in Admiralty Against United States for

Damages Caused by Public Vessels or for

Towage or Salvage Services. 23. Shipping Act. 23A. Intercoastal Shipping. 24. Merchant Marine Act, 1920. 24A. Merchant Marine Act, 1928. 25. Ship Mortgages. 26. Home Port of Vessels. 27. Merchant Marine Act, 1936. 28. Carriage of Goods by Sea. 29. Nautical Instruction. 30. Peonage and Slave Trade Punished by Sei

zures and Forfeitures. 31. Maritime Academy Program. 32. Construction Assistance for Fishing Vessels. 33. Coordinated National Boating Safety Pro


RADIOTELEGRAPHS 1. Telegraphs. 2. Submarine Cables. 3. Radiotelegraphs. 4. Radio Act of 1927. 5. Wire or Radio Communication. 6. Communications Satellite System. 7. Campaign Communications. TITLE 48.—TERRITORIES AND INSULAR

POSSESSIONS 1. The Bureau of Insular Affairs. 2. Alaska. 3. Hawaii. 4. Puerto Rico. 5. The Philippine Islands. 6. Canal Zone. 7. The Virgin Islands. 8. Guano Islands. 8A. Guam. 9. Samoa, Tutuila, Manua, Swains Island, and

Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. 10. Territorial Provisions of a General Nature. 11. Alien Owners of Land. 12. The Virgin Islands. 13. Eastern Samoa. 14. Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. 15. Conveyance of Submerged Lands to Terri

tories. 16. Delegates to Congress from Guam and Vir

gin Islands.

TITLE 46.- SHIPPING 1. Administration of Shipping Laws. 2. Registry and Recording. 2A. Load Lines for American Vessels. 3. Clearance and Entry. 4. Tonnage Duties. 5. Discriminating Duties and Reciprocal Privi

leges. 6. Regulation as to Vessels Carrying Steerage

Passengers. 7. Carriage of Explosives or Dangerous Sub

stances. 8. Limitation of Vessel Owner's Liability. 9. Log Books. 10. Regulation of Pilots and Pilotage. 10A. Regulation of Great Lakes Pilots and Pilotage. 11. Officers and Crews of Vessels. 12. Regulation of Vessels in Domestic Commerce.

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