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This Committee Print No. 105-E of title 39, United States Code, relates to the United States Postal Service and includes amendments made to that title through the One Hundred Fifth Congress, Second Session.
203. Postmaster General; Deputy Postmaster General.
204. Assistant Postmasters General; General Counsel; Judicial Officer.
401. General powers of the Postal Service.
405. Printing of illustrations of United States postage stamps.
406. Postal services at Armed Forces installations.
407. International postal arrangements.
408. International money-order exchanges.
409. Suits by and against the Postal Service.
410. Application of other laws.
411. Cooperation with other Government agencies.
412. Nondisclosure of lists of names and addresses.
601. Letters carried out of the mail.
602. Foreign letters out of the mails.
604. Seizing and detaining letters.
605. Searching vessels for letters.
1004. Supervisory and other managerial organizations.
1007. Seniority for employees in rural service.
*Included for the convenience of the reader and is not part of United States Code.
1009. Personnel not to receive fees.
1010. Administration of oaths related to postal inspection matters.
2002. Capital of the Postal Service.
2003. The Postal Service Fund.
2006. Relationship between the Treasury and the Postal Service.
2007. Public debt character of the obligations of the Postal Service.
2601. Collection and adjustment of debts.
2602. Transportation of international mail by air carriers of the United States.
2603. Settlement of claims for damages caused by the Postal Service.
2604. Delivery of stolen money to owner.
3002. Nonmailable motor vehicle master keys.
3002a. Nonmailability of locksmithing devices.
3003. Mail bearing a fictitious name or address.
3004. Delivery of mail to persons not residents of the place of address.
3007. Detention of mail for temporary periods.
3008. Prohibition of pandering advertisements.
3009. Mailing of unordered merchandise.
3010. Mailing of sexually oriented advertisments.
3013. Semiannual reports on investigative activities of the Postal Sevice.
3203. Endorsements on penalty covers.
3204. Restrictions on use of penalty mail.
3205. Accounting for penalty covers.
3206. Reimbursement for penalty mail service.
3207. Limit of weight of penalty mail; postage on overweight matter.
3208. Shipment by most economical means.
3210. Franked mail transmitted by the Vice President, Members of Congress, and
3212. Congressional Record under frank of Members of Congress.
3213. Seeds and reports from Department of Agriculture.
3214. Mailing privilege of former President; surviving spouse of former President.
3215. Lending or permitting use of frank unlawful.
3216. Reimbursement for franked mailings.
3217. Correspondence of members of diplomatic corps and consuls of countries of
Postal Union of Americas and Spain.
CHAPTER 34-ARMED FORCES AND FREE POSTAGE
3401. Mailing privileges of members of Armed Forces of the United States and of
3403. Matter for blind and other handicapped persons.
3404. Unsealed letters sent by blind or physically handicapped persons.
3603. Rules; regulations; procedures.