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TITLE 18.-CRIMES AND CRIMINAL PROCEDURE—Continued
PART I.-CRIMES-continued Chap. 75.
Passports and Visas.
Peonage and Slavery. 79. Perjury. 81. Piracy and Privateering. 83. Postal Service. 85. Prison-made Goods. 87. Prisons. 89. Professions and Occupations. 91. Public Lands. 93. Public Officers and Employees. 95. Racketeering. 97. Railroads. 99. Rape. 101. Records and Reports. 103. Robbery and Burglary. 105. Sabotage. 107. Seamen and Stowaways. 109. Searches and Seizures. 111. Shipping. 113. Stolen Property. 115. Treason, Sedition and Subversive Activities. 117. White Slave Traffic.
TITLE 19.-CUSTOMS DUTIES Chap. 1. Collection Districts, Ports, and Officers. 1A. Foreign Trade Zones. 2. The Tariff Commission. 3. The Tariff and Related Provisions. 4. Tariff Act of 1930. 5. Anti-Smuggling Act. TITLE 20.-EDUCATION 1. The Office of Education. 2. Vocational Education. 3. Smithsonian Institution and National Mu
seum. 4. National Zoological Park.
Government Collections and Institutions for
Research, and Material for Educational
Institutions, 6. American Printing House for the Blind. 6A. Vending Stands for Blind in Federal Build
ings. 7. Instruction as to Nature and Effect of Alco
holic Drinks and Narcotics. 8. Howard University. 9. National Training School for Boys. 10. National Training School for Girls. 11.
National Arboretum. 12.
Foreign and Exchange Students. 13.
Financial Assistance for Areas Affected by
Federal Activities. 14. School Construction in Areas Affected by
Federal Activities. 15. Studies and Research on Problems in Edu
cation. 16. Public Library Services for Rural Areas. 17. National Defense Education Program. 18. Grants for Teaching in the Education of
Mentally Retarded Children. 19. School Construction in Areas Affected by
TITLE 21.-FOOD AND DRUGS 1. Adulterated or Misbranded Foods or Drugs. 2. Teas. 3. Filled milk. 4. Animals, Meats, and Meat and Dairy Prod
ucts. Viruses, Serums, Toxins, Antitoxins, and
Analogous Products. 6. Narcotic Drugs. 7. Practice of Pharmacy and sale of Poisons in
Consular Districts in China. 8. Narcotic Farms. 9. Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. 10. Poultry and Poultry Products Inspection. TITLE 22.-FOREIGN RELATIONS AND INTER
COURSE 1. Diplomatic and Consular Service Generally. 2. Consular Courts. 3. United States Court for China. 4. Passports. 5. Preservation of Friendly Foreign Relations
Generally. 6. Foreign Diplomatic and Consular Officers. 7. International Bureaus, Congresses, etc.
PART IV.—CORRECTION OF YOUTHFUL OFFENDERS 401. General Provisions. 402. Federal Youth Corrections Act. 403. Juvenile Delinquency.
TITLE 22.-FOREIGN RELATIONS AND INTER
COURSE-Continued Chap. 8. Foreign Service Buildings. 9. Foreign Wars, War Materials, and Neutrality. 10.
Hemispheral Relations. 11.
Foreign Agents and Propaganda. 12. Claims Commissions. 13. Service Courts of Friendly Foreign Forces. 14. Foreign Service. 15. The Republic of the Philippines. 16. Greek and Turkish Assistance. 17. Relief Aid to War-Devastated Countries. 18. United States Information and Educational
Exchange Programs. 19. Foreign Assistance Program. 20. Mutual Defense Assistance Program. 20A. Mutual Defense Assistance Control Program. 21. Settlement of International Claims. 22. Mutual Security Assistance. 23. Protection of Citizens Abroad. 24. Mutual Security Program. 24A, Middle East Peace and Stability. 25. Protection of Vessels on the High Seas and
in Territorial Waters of Foreign countries. 26. Armed Forces Participation in International
Amateur Sports Competitions. 27. International Cultural Exchange and Trade
Fair Participation. 28. International Atomic Energy Agency Partici
pation. TITLE 23.-HIGHWAYS 1. Federal Aid Highways. 2. Other Highways. 3. General Provisions. TITLE 24.-HOSPITALS, ASYLUMS, AND CEME
TERIES 1. Navy Hospitals, Naval Home, Army and Navy
Hospital, and Hospital Relief for Seamen
and Others. 2. The Soldiers' Home. 3. The National Home for Disabled Volunteer
Soldiers. 4. Saint Elizabeths Hospital. 5. The Columbia Institution for the Deaf. 6. The Freedmen's Hospital. 7. National Cemeteries. 7A. Private and Commercial Cemeteries. 8. Gorgas Hospital. TITLE 25.—INDIANS 1. Bureau of Indian Affairs. 2. Officers of Indian Affairs. 2A. Indian Claims Commission. 3. Agreements with Indians. 4. Performance by United States of Obligations
to Indians. 5. Protection of Indians. 6. Government of Indian Country and Reserva
tions. 7. Education of Indians. 7A. Promotion of Social and Economic Welfare. 8. Rights-of-Way Through Indian Lands. 9. Allotment of Indian Lands.
REVENUE TAXATION 91. Organization and Membership of the Joint
Committee. 92. Powers and Duties of the Joint Committee. TITLE 27.-INTOXICATING LIQUORS 1. General Provisions. 2. Prohibition of Intoxicating Beverages. 2A. Beer, Ale, Porter, and Similar Fermented
Liquor. 3. Industrial Alcohol. 4. Penalties. 5. Prohibition Reorganization Act of 1930. 6. Transportation in Interstate Commerce. 7. Liquor Law Repeal and Enforcement Act. 8. Federal Alcohol Administration Act. 9. Liquor Enforcement Act of 1936. TITLE 28.-JUDICIARY AND JUDICIAL PRO
111. 113. 115. 117. 119. 121. 123. 125. 127. 129. 131. 133.
PART V.--PROCEDURE General Provisions. Process. Evidence; Documentary. Evidence; Depositions. Evidence; Witnesses. Juries; Trial by Jury. Fees and Costs. Judgments. Executions and Judicial Sales. Moneys Paid into Court. Rules of Courts. Review-Miscellaneous Provisions.
PART I.-ORGANIZATION OF COURTS
159. 161. 163. 165. 167.
TITLE 29.-LABOR 1. Labor Statistics. 2. Women's Bureau. 2A. Children's Bureau. 3. National Trade Unions. 4. Vocational Rehabilitation of Persons Injured
in Industry. 4A. Employment Stabilization. 4B. Federal Employment Service. 4C. Apprentice Labor. 5. Labor Disputes; Mediation and Injunctive
Relief. 6. Jurisdiction of Courts in Matters Affecting
Employer and Employee 7. Labor-Management Relations. 8. Fair Labor Standards. 9. Portal-To-Portal Pay. 10. Disclosure of Welfare and Pension Plans.
TITLE 30.- MINERAL LANDS AND MINING
1. The Bureau of Mines. 2. Mineral Lands and Regulations Generally. 3. Lands Containing Coal, Phosphates, Petro
leum, Oil, Oil Shale, Gas, Sodium, Potassium, and so forth, and Building Stone.
TITLE 30.-MINERAL LANDS AND MINING
Continued Chap. 4. Lease of Gold, Silver, or Quicksilver Deposits
When Title Confirmed by Court of Private
Land Claims. 5. Lease of Oil and Gas Deposits in or under
Railroads and other Rights of Way. 6. Synthetic Liquid Fuel Demonstration Plants. 7. Lease of Mineral Deposits within Acquired
Lands. 8. Development of Lignite Coal Resources. 9. Rare and Precious Metals Experiment Sta
tion. 10. Coal Mine Safety. 11.
Mining Claims on Lands Subject to Mineral
Leasing Laws. 12. Multiple Mineral Development of the Same
Tracts. 12A. Entry and Location on Coal Lands on Dis
covery of Source Material. 13. Control of Coal-Mine Fires. 14. Anthracite Mine Drainage and Flood Control. 15. Surface Resources.
Mineral Development of Lands Withdrawn
for Power Development. 17. Exploration Program for Discovery of
TITLE 33.-NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WA
TERS-Continued Chap. 7. Regulations for the Suppression of Piracy. 8. Summary Trials for Certain Offenses Against
Navigation Laws. 9. Protection of Navigable Waters and of Har
bor and River Improvements Generally. 10. Anchorage Grounds and Harbor Regulations
Generally. 11. Bridges over Navigable Waters. 12. River and Harbor Improvements Generally, 13. Mississippi River Commission. 14. California Débris Commission. 15. Flood Control. 16. Lighthouses. 17. Coast and Geodetic Survey. 18. Longshoremen's and Harbor Workers' Com
pensation Act. 19. Saint Lawrence Seaway. TITLE 35.--PATENTS
TITLE 31.-MONEY AND FINANCE 1. The National Budget and Audit System. 1A. Accounting and Auditing. 2. Audit and Settlement of Accounts. 3. The Treasurer. 4. The Register. 5. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing. 6. Debts Due by, or to, the United States. 7. Bureau of the Mint, Mints, and Assay Offices. 8. Coins, Coinage, and Currency. 9. Legal Tender. 10. The Public Moneys. 11. Appropriations. 12. The Public Debt. 13. Credit and Currency Expansion. 14. Financial Control of Government Corpora
TITLE 32.-NATIONAL GUARD 1. Organization. 3. Personnel. 5. Training. 7. Service, Supply, and Procurement. TITLE 33.-NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE
WATERS 1. Navigable Waters Generally. 2. International Rules for Navigation at Sea. 3. Navigation Rules for Harbors, Rivers, and
Inland 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.
TITLE 36.-PATRIOTIC SOCIETIES AND OB
SERVANCES 1. American National Red Cross. 1A. Daughters of the American Revolution. 1B. American Historical Association. 1C. Sons of the American Revolution. 2. Boy Scouts of America. 2A. Girl Scouts of America. 3. The American Legion. ЗА. United Spanish War Veterans. 3B. Marine Corps League. 4. Belleau Wood Memorial Association. 4A. Amvets (American Veterans of World War
II). 5. 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
TITLE 36.-PATRIOTIC SOCIETIES AND OB
SERVANCES—Continued Chap. 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 Association. 18. Conference of State Societies, Washington,
District of Columbia. 19. Corregidor Bataan Memorial Commission, 20. National Conference on Citizenship. 21.
National Safety Council.
Board for Fundamental Education. 24. Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. 25. The Foundation of the Federal Bar Asso
ciation. 26. The National Fund for Medical Education. 27. The Army and Navy Legion of Valor of the
United States of America. 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
TITLE 37.-PAY AND ALLOWANCES (ARMY,
NAVY, AIR FORCE, MARINE CORPS, COAST GUARD, COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY, AND PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE) 1. General Provisions. 2. Readjusted Pay and Allowances. 3. Wartime Allowances to Servicemen's Depend
ents. 4. Readjusted Pay and Allowances. 5. Payments to Mentally Incompetent Per
sonnel. 5A. Settlement of Accounts of Deceased Members. 6. Uniformed Services Retirement Contingency
Options. 7. Medical Care for Dependents of Members of
the Uniformed Services.
TITLE 39.—THE POSTAL SERVICE 1. Post Offices. 2. Postmasters. 3. Assistant Postmasters, and Clerks and Em
ployees. 4. City Delivery, Branch Offices, and Receiving
Boxes. 5. Rural Delivery Service. 6. Mail Matter. 6A. Postal Policy. 7. Postage. 8. The Franking Privilege. 9. Postage Stamps, Postal Cards, and Envelopes. 10. Registered mail. 11. Unclaimed, Dead, and Request Letters, and
Unclaimed Printed Matter. 12. Contracts for Carrying the Mails. 13. Air Mail. 14. Carrying the Mail. 15. Railway Service.