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| Chạp. Lease of Gold, Silver, or Quicksilver Deposits 7. Regulations for the Suppression of Piracy. When Title Confirmed by Court of Private

Summary Trials for Certain Offenses Against
Land Claims.

Navigation Laws.
Lease of Oil and Gas Deposits in or under

9. Protection of Navigable Waters and of Har

bor and River Improvements Generally. Railroads and other Rights of Way.

10. Anchorage Grounds and Harbor Regulations Synthetic Liquid Fuel Demonstration Plants.

Generally.
Lease of Mineral Deposits within Acquired

Bridges over Navigable Waters.
Lands.

River and Harbor Improvements Generally.
Development of Lignite Coal Resources.

13. Mississippi River Commission. Rare and Precious Metals Experiment Sta

California Débris Commission.
tion.

Flood Control.
Coal Mine Safety.

Lighthouses.

17.
Mining Claims on Lands Subject to Mineral

Coast and Geodetic Survey.
Leasing Laws.

18. Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' ComMultiple Mineral Development of the Same

pensation Act. Tracts.

Saint Lawrence Seaway. 12A. Entry and Location on Coal Lands on Dis- TITLE 35.-PATENTS

covery of Source Material. 13. Control of Coal-Mine Fires.

PART I.--PATENT OFFICE
Anthracite Mine Drainage and Flood Control. 1. Establishment; Officers, Functions.
Surface Resources.

2. Proceedings in the Patent Office. 16. Mineral Development of Lands Withdrawn

Practice before Patent Office. for Power Development.

Patent Fees. 17. Exploration Program for Discovery of Minerals.

PART II.-PATENTABILITY OF INVENTIONS AND GRANT OF

PATENTS TITLE 31.—MONEY AND FINANCE

Patentability of Inventions. 1. The National Budget and Audit System.

Application for Patent.
Accounting and Auditing.

Examination of Application.
Audit and Settlement of Accounts.

Review of Patent Office Decisions.
The Treasurer.

Issue of Patent.
The Register.

Plant Patents.
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing.

Designs.
Debts Due by, or to, the United States.

17. Secrecy of Certain Inventions and Filing Bureau of the Mint, Mints, and Assay Offices.

Applications in Foreign country.
Coins, Coinage, and Currency.
Legal Tender.

PART III.—PATENTS AND PROTECTION OF PATENT RIGHTS
The Public Moneys.

25. Amendment and Correction of Patents. Appropriations.

26. Ownership and Assignment. The Public Debt.

27. Government Interests in Patents. Credit and Currency Expansion.

28.

Infringement of Patents.
Financial Control of Government Corpora-

Remedies for Infringement of Patent and tions.

other Actions. TITLE 32.—NATIONAL GUARD

TITLE '36.—PATRIOTIC SOCIETIES AND OB-
Organization.

SERVANCES
Personnel.

1. American National Red Cross. 5. Training.

1A. Daughters of the American Revolution. 7. Service, Supply, and Procurement.

1B. American Historical Association. TITLE 33.-NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE 1C. Sons of the American Revolution. WATERS

2.

Boy Scouts of America.

2A. Girl Scouts of America.
Navigable Waters Generally.

The American Legion.
International Rules for Navigation at Sea.

3A. United Spanish War Veterans.
Navigation Rules for Harbors, Rivers, and

3B. Marine Corps League.
Inland Waters Generally.

4. Belleau Wood Memorial Association.
Navigation Rules for Great Lakes and their
Connecting and Tributary Waters.

4A. Amvets (American Veterans of World War Navigation Rules for Red River of the North

II).

5. and Rivers Emptying into Gulf of Mexico

Grand Army of the Republic. and Tributaries.

United States Blind Veterans of World War I. Exemption of Navy or Coast Guard Vessels

Disabled American Veterans. from Certain Navigation Rules.

American War Mothers. 6. General Duties of Ship Officers and Owners

7A. Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United after Collision or Other Accident.

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TITLE 36.- PATRIOTIC SOCIETIES AND OB TITLE 38.-VETERANS' BENEFITS—Continued SERVANCES—Continued

PART II.-GENERAL BENEFITS Chap.

Chap. 8. American Battle Monuments Commission. 11. Compensation for Service-Connected Disa8A. The National Yeomen F.

bility or death. 8B. Service Clubs.

Dependency and Indemnity Compensation 9. National Observances.

for Service-Connected Deaths. Patriotic Customs.

Pension for Non-Service-Connected DisCivil Air Patrol.

ability or Death or for Service. Reserve Officers Association.

Hospital, Domiciliary, and Medical Care.
National Academy of Sciences.

Insurance.
Future Farmers of America.

Specially Adapted Housing for Disabled
Military Chaplains Association of the United

Veterans.
States of America.

Burial Benefits.
16. American Society of International Law.
17. United States Olympic Association,

PART III.-READJUSTMENT AND RELATED BENEFITS
Conference of State Societies, Washington,
District of Columbia.

31. Vocational Rehabilitation.
Corregidor Bataan Memorial Commission.

Education of Korean Conflict Veterans. National Conference on Citizenship.

35. War Orphans' Educational Assistance.
National Safety Council.

Home, Farm, and Business Loans.
Pershing Hall Memorial Fund.

Automobiles for Disabled Veterans.
Board for Fundamental Education.

Unemployment Benefits for Veterans.
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. 43. Mustering-Out Payments.
The Foundation of the Federal Bar Asso-
ciation.

PART IV.-GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS 26. The National Fund for Medical Education.

Applications, Effective Dates, and Payments.
The Army and Navy Legion of Valor of the

Special Provisions Relating to Benefits.
United States of America.

Minors, Incompetents, and Other Wards. 28. National Music Council.

Records and Investigations.
Boys' Clubs of America.

Agents and Attorneys.
Presidential Inaugural Ceremonies.

Penal and Forfeiture Provisions.
Civil War Centennial Commission.
Veterans of World War I of the United States

PART V.-BOARDS AND DEPARTMENTS
of America.

71. Board of Veterans' Appeals.
The Congressional Medal of Honor Society 73. Department of Medicine and Surgery.
of the United States of America.

75.

Veterans' Canteen Service. 34. Military Order of the Purple Heart of the

PART VI.-ACQUISITION AND DISPOSITION OF PROPERTY
United States of America.
Blinded Veterans Association.

81. Acquisition and Operation of Hospital and 36. Big Brothers of America.

Domiciliary Facilities; Procurement and 37. Jewish War Veterans, U. S. A., National

Supply.
Memorial, Inc.

83. Acceptance of Gifts and Bequests.

85. Disposition of Deceased Veterans' Personal TITLE 37.-PAY AND ALLOWANCES (ARMY,

Property.
NAVY, AIR FORCE, MARINE CORPS, COAST
GUARD, COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY, AND TITLE 39.—THE POSTAL SERVICE
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE)

Post Offices.
General Provisions.

Postmasters.
Readjusted Pay and Allowances.

Assistant Postmasters, and Clerks and Em3. Wartime Allowances to Servicemen's Depend

ployees. ents.

City Delivery, Branch Offices, and Receiving
Readjusted Pay and Allowances.

Boxes.
Payments to Mentally Incompetent Per-

Rural Delivery Service.
sonnel.

6. Mail Matter.
5A. Settlement of Accounts of Deceased Members. 6A. Postal Policy.
6.
Uniformed Services Retirement Contingency

Postage.
Options.

The Franking Privilege. 7. Medical Care for Dependents of Members of

Postage Stamps, Postal Cards, and Envelopes. the Uniformed Services.

Registered mail. TITLE 38.-VETERANS' BENEFITS

Unclaimed, Dead, and Request Letters, and

Unclaimed Printed Matter.
PART I.-GENERAL PROVISIONS

Contracts for Carrying the Mails.
General.

Air Mail.
Veterans' Administration; Officers and Em-

Carrying the Mail.
ployees.

Railway Service.

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TITLE 39:—THE POSTAL SERVICE-Continued TITLE 42.-THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELChap.

FARE—Continued 16. Railway Mail Officers and Employees.

Chap. 17. Foreign Mail Service.

Compensation for Disability or Death to PerPost-Office Inspectors.

sons Employed at Military, Air, and Naval The Money-Order System.

Bases Outside the United States.
Postal Savings Depositories.

Compensation for Injury, Death, or Detention
Financial Controls.

of Employees of Contractors with the Miscellaneous Provisions Relating to the

United States Outside the United States.
Postal Service.

School Lunch Programs.
Reclassification of Salaries.

Development and Control of Atomic Energy.
Post Office Department Property.

Damage by Flood or Other Catastrophe. Postal Field Service Compensation.

15A. Reciprocal Fire Protection Agreements. Highway Post Office Service.

Air Pollution Control. 27. Postal Modernization Fund.

National Science Foundation.

16A. Grants for Support of Scientific Research. TITLE 40.—PUBLIC BUILDINGS, PROPERTY,

Federal Employment Service. AND WORKS

Youth Medals. 1. Public Buildings, Grounds, Parks, and

Water Research and Development.

Elective Franchise.
Wharves in District of Columbia.

Civil Rights Commission, 2. Capitol Building and Grounds.

21. Civil Rights. National Archives.

Indian Hospitals and Health Facilities. Public Buildings and Works Generally.

Development and Control of Atomic Energy. The Public Property.

Disposal of Atomic Energy Communities.
Hours of Labor on Public Works.

Federal Flood Insurance.
Acquisition of Sites for and Construction of

National Space Program.
Public Buildings.

Loan Service of Captioned Films for Deaf.
Acquisition of Land in District of Columbia

for use of United States by Condemnation TITLE 43.-PUBLIC LANDS
Proceedings.

Bureau of Land Management. 8. Emergency Public Works and Construction

Geological Survey.
Projects.

Surveys.
Non-Federal Public Works.

District Land Ofices.
Management and Disposal of Government

Land Districts.
Property.

Withdrawal from Settlement, Location, Sale, 11. Real Property Transactions by Military De

or Entry. partments.

Homesteads.

Timber and Stone Lands.
TITLE 41.—PUBLIC CONTRACTS

Grazing Lands.
General Provisions.

Desert-Land Entries.
Termination of War Contracts.

10. Underground-Water Reclamation Grants. Procurement of Supplies and Services by

Discovery. Development, and Marking of Armed Forces.

Water Holes, Etc., by Government. 4. Procurement Procedures.

11A.

Board on Geographic Names. 5. Judicial Review of Administrative Decisions.

12. Reclamation and Irrigation of Lands by FedTITLE 42.—THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND WELFARE

eral Government. 1. The Public Health Service,

12A. Boulder Canyon Project. 1A. The Public Health Service; Supplemental

12B. Colorado River Storage Project. Provisions.

13. Federal Lands Included in State Irrigation Sanitation and Quarantine.

Districts.
Leprosy.

14. Grants of Desert Lands to States for ReclaCancer.

mation. Viruses, Serums, Toxins, Antitoxins, Etc.

Appropriation of Waters; Reservoir Sites.
Maternity and Infancy Welfare and Hygiene.

Sale and Disposal of the Public Lands.
The Children's Bureau.

Reservation and Sale of Town Sites on the
The Public Health Service.

Public Lands.
Social Security.

Survey of Public Lands.

Bounty Lands.
Temporary Unemployment Compensation

Reservations and Grants to States for Public
Program.

Purposes.
Low-Rent Housing.

Grants in Aid of Railroads and Wagon Roads. 8A. Slum Clearance, Urban Renewal, and Farm

21A. Forfeiture of Northern Pacific Railroad InHousing.

demnity Land Grants. 8B. Public Works or Facilities.

22. Rights-of-Way and Other Easements in Pub9. Housings of Persons Engaged in National

lic Lands. Defense.

Grants of Swamp and Overflowed Lands. 10. Federal Security Agency.

Drainage Under State Laws.

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TITLE 43.—PUBLIC LANDS—Continued

TITLE 46.—SHIPPING_Continued Chap.

Chap. 25. Unlawful Inclosures or Occupancy; Obstruct 16. Regulation of Motor Boats. ing Settlement or Transit.

17. Regulation of Fishing Voyages. 25A. Lands Held Under Color of Title.

18. Merchant Seamen. Abandoned Military Reservations.

19.

Wrecks and Salvage.
Public Lands in Oklahoma.

19A. Admiralty and Maritime Jurisdiction. 28. Miscellaneous Provisions Relating to the Pub

Suits in Admiralty by or Against Vessels or lic Lands.

Cargoes of United States. 29. Submerged Lands.

21. Death on the High Seas by Wrongful Act. TITLE 44.—PUBLIC PRINTING AND DOCUMENTS

Suits in Admiralty Against United States for 1. Joint Committee on Printing; General Pow

Damages Caused by Public Vessels or for ers; Contracts.

Towage or Salvage Services.
Government Printing Office.

23. Shipping Act.
Superintendent of Documents; Distribution 23A. Intercoastal Shipping.
of Documents in General.

24. Merchant Marine Act, 1920. Printing and Binding Generally,

24A. Merchant Marine Act, 1928. Congressional Printing in General.

25. Ship Mortgages. Congressional Record, Bills, and Laws.

26. Home Port of Vessels.
Executive and Departmental Printing in

Merchant Marine Act, 1936.
General.

Carriage of Goods by Sea.
Particular Reports and Documents.

Nautical Instruction. 8A. National Archives.

Peonage and Slave Trade Punished by Sei8B. Federal Register.

zures and Forfeitures. Advertisements.

31. Maritime Academy Program. 10. Disposition of Records. 11. Federal Record Management.

TITLE 47.- TELEGRAPHS, TELEPHONES, AND

RADIOTELEGRAPHS
TITLE 45.-RAILROADS

Telegraphs.
Safety Appliances and Equipment on Railroad

Submarine Cables.
Engines and Cars, and Protection of Em-

3. Radiotelegraphs.
ployees and Travelers.

4. Radio Act of 1927.
Liability for Injuries to Employees.

Wire or Radio Communication.
Hours of Service of Employees.

TITLE 48.-TERRITORIES AND INSULAR POS-
Care of Animals in Transit.
Government-aided Railroads.

SESSIONS
Mediation, Conciliation, and Arbitration in

The Bureau of Insular Affairs.
Controversies Between Carriers and Em-

Alaska.
ployees.

Hawaii.
Adjustment Boards and Labor Boards.

Puerto Rico.
Railway Labor.

The Philippine Islands.
Retirement of Railroad Employees.

Canal Zone. 10. Tax on Carriers and Employees.

The Virgin Islands. 11. Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act.

Guano Islands.

Guam. TITLE 46.-SHIPPING

Samoa, Tutuila, Manua, Swains Island, and 1. Administration of Shipping Laws.

Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. 2. Registry and Recording.

10. Territorial Provisions of a General Nature. 2A. Load Lines for American Vessels.

11. Alien Owners of Land.
Clearance and Entry.

The Virgin Islands.
Tonnage Duties.
Discriminating Duties and Reciprocal Privi-

TITLE 49.—TRANSPORTATION
leges.

1. Interstate Commerce Act, Part I; General Regulation as to Vessels Carrying Steerage

Provisions and Railroad and Pipe Line Passengers.

Carriers.
Carriage of Explosive or Dangerous Sub- 2. Legislation Supplementary to "Interstate
stances.

Commerce Act."
Limitation of Vessel Owner's Liability.

Termination of Federal Control.
Log Books.

Bills of Lading.
Regulation of Pilots and Pilotage.

Inland Waterways Transportation.
Officers and Crews of Vessels.

Air Commerce.
Regulation of Vessels in Domestic Commerce.

Coordination of Interstate Railroad Trans-
Passports and Papers of Vessels Engaged in

portation. Foreign Commerce.

Interstate Commerce Act, Part II; Motor
Inspection of Steam Vessels.

Carriers.
Transportation of Passengers and Merchan-

Civil Aeronautics.
dise by Steam Vessels.

Training of Civil Aircraft Pilots.

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Seizure and Forfeiture of Carriers Transport

ing, etc., Contraband Articles.
Interstate Commerce Act, Part III; Water

Carriers.
Interstate Commerce Act, Part IV; Freight

Forwarders.
Federal-Aid for Public Airport Development.
International Aviation Facilities.
Development of Commercial Aircraft.
Medals of Honor for Acts of Heroism.
Airways Modernization.
Interstate Commerce Act, Part V; Loan

Guaranties.
20. Federal Aviation Program.
TITLE 50.-WAR AND NATIONAL DEFENSE
1. Council of National Defense.
2. Board of Ordnance and Fortification.

Alien Enemies.

Espionage. 4A. Photographing, Sketching, Mapping, Etc.,

Defensive Installations. 4B. Disclosure of Classified Information. 4C. Atomic Weapons Information Rewards.

Arsenals, Armories, Arms, and War Material

Generally.
Willful Destruction, Etc., of War or National-

Defense Material.
Interference with Homing Pigeons Owned by

United States.
Explosives; Manufacture, Distribution, Stor-

age, Use, and Possession Regulated.
Aircraft.
Helium Gas.
Acquisition of and Expenditures on Land for

National-Defense Purposes.
Vessels in Territorial Waters of United States.
Insurrection.
Wartime Voting by Land and Naval Forces.
National Security.
National Industrial Reserves.
Arming American Vessels.
Air-Warning Screen.
Guided Missiles.
Wind Tunnels.
Abacá Production.
Uniform Code of Military Justice.
Representation of Armed Forces Personnel

Before Foreign Judicial Tribunals.
23. Internal Security.
24. National Defense Facilities.

Armed Forces Reserve.
Gifts for Defense Purposes.
Reserve Officer Personnel Program.
Status of Armed Forces Personnel Appointed

to Service Academies. 29. National Defense Contracts. TITLE 50.—WAR AND NATIONAL DEFENSE,

APPENDIX Proclamations and Executive Orders Respecting War

and Neutrality. Trading With the Enemy Act of 1917. Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act of 1918.

TITLE 50.-WAR AND NATIONAL DEFENSE,

APPENDIX—Continued Selective Draft Act of 1917. Selective Training and Service Act of 1940. Office of Selective Service Records. Service Extension Act of 1941. Army Reserve and Retired Personnel Service Law

of 1940. Universal Military Training and Service Act. Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act of 1940. First War Powers Act, 1941. Second War Powers Act, 1942. Exportation Restrictions on Certain Articles. Requisition of Military Equipment, Materials and

Supplies. Territorial Use of Army and Extension of Service

Period. Civilian Protection From War Hazards. Decorations, etc., for Merchant Marine Use of Public Lands for War Purposes. Miscellaneous Provisions Affecting Military Estab

lishment. Photographing, Mapping or Other Representation

of Military or Defense Properties. Exemption of Certain Articles From Import Duties

and Taxes. Temporary Appointments, Promotions, etc., of

Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard Officers. Jurisdiction of Prizes. Certain Allowance Assistance for Civilian and Mili

tary Personnel. Free Entry of Gifts From Members of Armed Forces. Free Postage for Armed Forces Personnel. Emergency Price Control Act of 1942. Stabilization Act of 1942. Extension of Sugar Controls. Missing Persons Act. Small Business Mobilization Act. War and Defense Contract Acts. National Emergency and War Shipping Acts. Farm Labor Supply Appropriation Act, 1944. War Overtime Pay Act of 1943. Training of Nurses Through Grants to Institutions. Civilian Reemployment of Members of Merchant

Marine. War Labor Disputes Act. Voluntary Enlistments in the Regular Military

Establishment. Women's Army Corps. United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Admin

istration. Temporary Appointments of Army Nurse Corps Members, etc., as Officers of Army of the United

States.
Disposal of Materials on Public Lands.
Surplus Property Act of 1944.
War Mobilization and Reconversion Act of 1944.
Fleet Admiral of the Navy and General of the Army.
Disposal of Censored-Mail.
Disbursing Officers' Additional Functions.
General of the Marine Corps.
Admiral in the Coast Guard.
Exception of Navy or Coast Guard Vessels From

Certain Navigation Rules.
Sale of Surplus War-Built Vessels.
Rehabilitation of Philippines.

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