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TITLE 15-COMMERCE AND TRADE-Con- Chap. tinued
9. Fish and Wildlife Service.
9A. Preservation of Fishery Resources. Chap.
10. Northern Pacific Halibut Fishing. 53. Toxic Substances Control.
10A. Sockeye or Pink Salmon Fishing (Re54. Automotive Propulsion Research and De
10B. Fish Restoration and Management Proj55. Petroleum Marketing Practices.
ects. 56. National Climate Program.
10C. Fish Research and Experimentation Pro57. Interstate Horseracing.
gram. 58. Full Employment and Balanced Growth. 10D. State Commercial Fisheries Research and 59. Retail Policies for Natural Gas Utilities.
Development Projects (Repealed). 60. Natural Gas Policy.
11. Regulation of Landing, Curing, and Sale 61. Soft Drink Interbrand Competition.
of Sponges Taken From Gulf of Mexico Condominium and Cooperative Conver
and Straits of Florida. sion Protection and Abuse Relief.
12. Federal Regulation and Development of 63. Technology Innovation.
Power. 64. Methane Transportation Research, Devel 12A. Tennessee Valley Authority. opment, and Demonstration.
12B. Bonneville Project. 65. Liability Risk Retention.
12C. Fort Peck Project. 66. Promotion of Export Trade.
12D. Columbia Basin Project. 67. Arctic Research and Policy.
12E. Niagara Power Project. Land Remote-Sensing Commercialization. 12F. Pacific Northwest Consumer Power Pref. 69. Cooperative Research.
erence; Reciprocal Priority in Other Re70. Comprehensive Smokeless Tobacco
gions. Health Education.
12G. Pacific Northwest Federal Transmission Petroleum Overcharge Distribution and
12H. Pacific Northwest Electric Power Plan72. Semiconductor Research.
ning and Conservation. 73. Export Enhancement.
13. Regulation of Transportation in Inter74. Competitiveness Policy Council.
state or Foreign Commerce of Black 75. National Trade Data Bank.
Bass and Other Fish (Repealed). 76. Imitation Firearms.
14. Regulation of Whaling. 77. Steel and Aluminum Energy Conservation 14A. Whale Conservation and Protection. and Technology Competitiveness.
15. Predatory Sea Lampreys in the Great 78. Superconductivity and Competitiveness.
16. Tuna Conventions. TITLE 16–CONSERVATION
16A. Atlantic Tunas Convention. 1. National Parks, Military Parks, Monu
16B. Eastern Pacific Tuna Fishing. ments, and Seashores.
16C. South Pacific Tuna Fishing. Historic Sites, Buildings, Objects, and An
17. Northwest Atlantic Fisheries (Repealed). tiquities.
18. Watershed Protection and Flood PrevenIB. Archaeological Resources Protection.
tion. National Forests.
19. North Pacific Fisheries. 3. Forests; Forest Service; Reforestation; 20. National Fisheries Center and Aquarium. Management.
21. Prohibition of Foreign Fishing Vessels in 3A. Unemployment Relief Through Perform
the Territorial Waters of the United ance of Useful Public Work (Omitted or
21A. Fisheries Zone Contiguous to Territorial 3B. Soil Conservation.
Sea of the United States (Repealed). 3C. Water Conservation.
21B. Prohibition of Certain Foreign Fishing 4. Protection of Timber, and Depredations.
Vessels in United States Fisheries Protection of Fur Seals and Other Fur
(Omitted). Bearing Animals.
21C. Offshore Shrimp Fisheries (Omitted). 5A. Protection and Conservation of Wildlife. 22. International Parks. 5B. Wildlife Restoration.
National Wilderness Preservation System. 5C. Conservation Programs on Government 24. Conservation and Protection of North PaLands.
cific Fur Seals. Game and Bird Preserves; Protection. 25. Jellyfish or Sea Nettles, Other Such 7. Protection of Migratory Game and Insec
Pests, and Seaweed in Coastal Waters: tivorous Birds.
Control or Elimination. Upper Mississippi River Wild Life and 25A. Crown of Thorns Starfish. Fish Refuge.
25B. Reefs for Marine Life Conservation.
Copyright Notice, Deposit, and Registra
5. Copyright Infringement and Remedies. 26. Estuarine Areas.
6. Manufacturing Requirements and Impor27. National Trails System.
tation. 28. Wild and Scenic Rivers.
7. Copyright Office. 29. Water Bank Program for Wetlands Pres
8. Copyright Royalty Tribunal. ervation.
9. Protection of Semiconductor Chip Prod30. Wild Horses and Burros: Protection, Man
ucts. agement, and Control. 31. Marine Mammal Protection. 32. Marine Sanctuaries.
TITLE 18-CRIMES AND CRIMINAL PROCE33. Coastal Zone Management.
DURE 34. Rural Environmental Conservation Program.
PART I-CRIMES 35. Endangered Species.
1. General Provisions. 36. Forest and Rangeland Renewable Re 2. Aircraft and Motor Vehicles. sources Planning,
3. Animals, Birds, Fish, and Plants. 37. Youth Conservation Corps.
5. Arson. 38. Fishery Conservation and Management. 7. Assault. 39. Mining Activity Within National Park 9. Bankruptcy. System Areas.
11. Bribery, Graft, and Conflicts of Interest. 40. Soil and Water Resources Conservation. 12. Civil Disorders. 41. Cooperative Forestry Assistance.
13. Civil Rights. 42. Emergency Conservation Program.
15. Claims and Services in Matters Affecting 43. Public Transportation Programs for Na
Government. tional Park System Areas.
17. Coins and Currency. 44. Antarctic Conservation.
17A. Common Carrier Operation Under the In 44A. Antarctic Marine Living Resources Con
fluence of Alcohol or Drugs. vention.
18. Congressional, Cabinet, and Suprem 45. Urban Park and Recreation Recovery Pro
Court Assassination, Kidnaping, and As gram.
sault. 46. Public Utility Regulatory Policies.
19. Conspiracy. 47. Small Hydroelectric Power Projects.
21. Contempts. 48. National Aquaculture Policy, Planning,
23. Contracts. and Development.
25. Counterfeiting and Forgery. 49. Fish and Wildlife Conservation.
27. Customs. 50. Chesapeake Bay Research Coordination 29. Elections and Political Activities. [Omitted).
Embezzlement and Theft. 51. Alaska National Interest Lands Conserva
Emblems, Insignia and Names. tion.
35. Escape and Rescue. 52. Salmon and Steelhead Conservation and
Espionage and Censorship.
39. Explosives and Other Dangerous Article 53. Control of Illegally Taken Fish and Wild
40. Importation, Manufacture, Distributic life.
and Storage of Explosive Materials. 54. Resource Conservation.
41. Extortion and Threats. 55. Coastal Barrier Resources.
42. Extortionate Credit Transactions. 56. North Atlantic Salmon Fishing.
43. False Personation. 56A. Pacific Salmon Fishing.
44. Firearms. 57. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.
45. Foreign Relations. 58. Erodible Land and Wetland Conservation
46. Forfeiture. and Reserve Program.
47. Fraud and False Statements. 59. Wetlands Resources.
49. Fugitives From Justice. 60. Fish and Seafood Promotion.
50. Gambling. 61. Interjurisdictional Fisheries.
51. Homicide. African Elephant Conservation.
53. Indians. 63. Federal Care Resources Protection.
59. TITLE 17-COPYRIGHTS
61. Lotteries. 1. Subject Matter and Scope of Copyright.
Mail Fraud. 2. Copyright Ownership and Transfer.
65. Malicious Mischief. 3. Duration of Copyright.
67. Military and Navy.
TITLE 18–CRIMES AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—Continued
Chap. 216. Special Grand Jury. 217. Indictment and Information. 219. Trial by United States Magistrates. 221. Arraignment, Pleas and Trial. 223. Witnesses and Evidence. 224. Protection of Witnesses. 225. Verdict. 227. Sentences. 228. [Repealed). 229. Postsentence Administration. 231. (Repealed). 232. Miscellaneous Sentencing Provisions. 232A. Special Forfeiture of Collateral Profits of
Crime. 233. Contempts. 235. Appeal. 237. (Repealed).
PART III-PRISONS AND PRISONERS 301. General Provisions. 303. Bureau of Prisons. 305. Commitment and Transfer. 306. Transfer to or From Foreign countries. 307. Employment. 309. (Repealed). 311. (Repealed). 313. Offenders With Mental Disease or Defect. 314. (Repealed). 315. Discharge and Release Payments. 317. Institutions for Women. 319. National Institute of Corrections.
PART IV-CORRECTION OF YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS 401. General Provisions. 402. (Repealed). 403. Juvenile Delinquency.
PART V-IMMUNITY OF WITNESSES
Perjury. 81. Piracy and Privateering. 83. Postal Service. 84. Presidential and Presidential Staff Assas
sination, Kidnaping, and Assault.
Public Lands. 93. Public Officers and Employees. 95. Racketeering. 96. Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Orga
nizations. 97. Railroads. 99. (Repealed). 101. Records and Reports. 102. Riots. 103. Robbery and Burglary. 105. Sabotage. 107. Seamen and Stowaways. 109. Searches and Seizures. 109A. Sexual Abuse. 110. Sexual Exploitation of Children. 111. Shipping. 113. Stolen Property. 113A. Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Over Terror
ist Acts Abroad Against United States
Nationals. 114. Trafficking in Contraband Cigarettes. 115. Treason, Sedition, and Subversive Activi
ties. 117. Transportation for Illegal Sexual Activity
and Related Crimes. 119. Wire and Electronic Communications
Interception and Interception of Oral
Communications. 121. Stored Wire and Electronic Communica
tions and Transactional Records Access.
PART II-CRIMINAL PROCEDURE 201. General Provisions. 203. Arrest and Commitment. 204. Rewards for Information Concerning Ter
rorist Acts. 205. Searches and Seizures. 206. Pen Registers and Trap and Trace De
vices. 207. Release and Detention Pending Judicial
Proceedings. 208. Speedy Trial. 209. Extradition. 211. Jurisdiction and Venue. 213. Limitations. 215. Grand Jury.
TITLE 19–CUSTOMS DUTIES
Automotive Products. 9. Visual and Auditory Materials of Educa
tional, Scientific, and Cultural Charac
ter. 10. Customs Service.
Importation of Pre-Columbian Monumen
tal or Architectural Sculpture or
Caribbean Basin Economic Recovery. 16. Wine Trade.
TITLE 19-CUSTOMS DUTIES–Continued Chap.
25. Pay and Personnel Program for Overseas
25A. Overseas Defense Dependents' Education. 17. Negotiation and Implementation of Trade
Support and Scholarship in Humanities
and Art Museum Services. 18. Implementation of Harmonized Tariff
26A. Indemnity for Exhibitions of Arts and ArSchedule.
tifacts. 19. Telecommunications Trade.
27. National Vocational Student Loan Insur
28. Higher Education Resources and Student TITLE 20–EDUCATION
Assistance. 1. Office of Education (Repealed).
International Studies and Research 2. Teaching of Agricultural, Trade, Home
[Omitted or Repealed). Economics, and Industrial Subjects.
30. Basic Education for Adults. 3. Smithsonian Institution, National Muse 31. General Provisions Concerning Educaums and Art Galleries.
tion. 4. National Zoological Park.
32. Vocational Education (Omitted or Re5. Government Collections and Institutions
34. National Commission on Libraries and In6. American Printing House for the Blind.
formation Science. 6A. Vending Facilities for Blind in Federal 35. Environmental Education (Omitted), Buildings.
36. Emergency School Aid (Repealed). 7. Instruction as to Nature and Effect of Al 37. Assignment or Transportation of Stucoholic Drinks and Narcotics.
dents. 8. Howard University.
38. Discrimination Based on Sex or Blindness 9. National Training School for Boys (Omit 39. Equal Educational Opportunities and ted).
Transportation of Students. 10. National Training School for Girls (Omit 40. Consolidation of Education Programs ted).
[Omitted, Repealed, or Transferred). 11. National Arboretum.
41. National Reading Improvement Program 12. Foreign and Exchange Students.
[Repealed). 13. Financial Assistance to Local Educational 42. Harry S Truman Memorial Scholarships. Agencies.
43. American Folklife Preservation. 14. School Construction in Areas Affected by 44. Vocational Education. Federal Activities (Transferred to Chap
Career Education and Career Develop ter 19).
ment. 15. Studies and Research on Problems in 46. Career Education Incentive (Repealed o Education (Omitted or Repealed).
Omitted). 16. Public Library Services and Construction. 47. Strengthening and Improvement of Ele 17. National Defense Education Program
mentary and Secondary Schools. (Omitted or Repealed).
Department of Education, 18. Grants for Teaching in the Education of 49. Asbestos School Hazard Detection and Handicapped Children (Repealed).
Control. 18A. Early Education Programs for Handi 50. National Center for the Study of Afro capped Children (Repealed).
American History and Culture. 19. School Construction in Areas Affected by 51. Elementary and Secondary Education Federal Activities.
Block Grant (Repealed). 20. Grants for Teaching in the Education of 52. Education for Economic Security. the Deaf (Omitted).
53. Emergency Immigrant Education Assist 20A. National Technical Institute for the Deaf
ance (Repealed). (Repealed or Transferred).
54. Leadership in Educational Administratio 20B. Gallaudet College (Repealed or Trans
55. Education of the Deaf. 21. Higher Education Facilities (Omitted or 56. American Indian, Alaska Native, an Repealed).
Native Hawaiian Culture and Art Deve 22. National Council on the Arts (Repealed).
opment. 23. Training and Fellowship Programs for 57. James Madison Memorial Fellowship Pro Community Development.
gram, 24. Grants for Educational Materials, Facili 58. Drug-Free Schools and Communities (R. ties and Services, and Strengthening of
pealed). Educational Agencies (Omitted, Re 59. Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Exce pealed, or Transferred).
lence in Education Program.
TITLE 21-FOOD AND DRUGS
Narcotic Drugs [Repealed or Trans
in Consular Districts in China.
Drug Abuse Prevention and Control. 14. Alcohol and Drug Abuse Educational Pro
grams and Activities (Repealed). 15. Egg Products Inspection.
Drug Abuse Prevention, Treatment, and
pealed). 18. President's Media Commission on Alcohol
and Drug Abuse Prevention.
Pesticide Monitoring Improvements. 20. National Drug Control Program.
Chap. 12. Claims Commissions (Omitted). 13. Service Courts of Friendly Foreign
Forces. 14. Foreign Service (Repealed, Omitted, or
Transferred]. 14A. Foreign Service Information Officers
Corps (Repealed). 15. The Republic of the Philippines. 16. Greek and Turkish Assistance (Repealed). 17. Relief Aid to War-Devastated Countries
United States Information and Education
al Exchange Programs. 19. Foreign Assistance Program (Repealed). 20. Mutual Defense Assistance Program (Re
pealed or Omitted). 20A. Mutual Defense Assistance Control Pro
gram (Omitted). 21. Settlement of International Claims. 21A. Settlement of Investment Disputes. 22. Mutual Security Assistance (Repealed). 23. Protection of Citizens Abroad. 24. Mutual Security Program. 24A. Middle East Peace and Stability. 25. Protection of Vessels on the High Sea
and in Territorial Waters of Foreign
Countries. 6. Armed Forces Participation in Interna
tional Amateur Sports Competitions
[Repealed). 27. International Cultural Exchange and
Trade Fair Participation (Repealed). International Atomic Energy Agency Par
ticipation. 29. Cultural and Technical Interchange Cen
ters. 29A. Inter-American Cultural and Trade
Center. 30. International Cooperation in Health and
Medical Research. 31. International Travel. 32. Foreign Assistance.
Mutual Educational and Cultural Ex
change Program. 34. The Peace Corps. 35. Arms Control and Disarmament. 36. Migration and Refugee Assistance.
Foreign Gifts and Decorations. 38. Department of State. 39. Arms Export Control. 40. International Expositions.
Study Commission Relating to Foreign
Policy (Omitted). 42. International Economic Policy (Omitted). 43. International Broadcasting. 44. Japan-United States Friendship. 45. Commission on Security and Cooperation
in Europe. 46. International Investment and Trade in
Services Survey. 47. Nuclear Non-Proliferation. 48. Taiwan Relations.
TITLE 22-FOREIGN RELATIONS AND
ly (Repealed, Transferred, or Omitted). Consular Courts (Repealed or Omitted). United States Court for China (Repealed
or Omitted). Passports. Preservation of Friendly Foreign Rela
tions Generally (Repealed or Trans