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UNITED STATES CODE

1958 EDITION

CONTAINING THE GENERAL AND PERMANENT LAWS
OF THE UNITED STATES, IN FORCE

ON JANUARY 6, 1959

Prepared and published under authority of Title 1, U. S. Code, Section 202 (c)

by the Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY

UNDER WHOSE DIRECTION THIS
EDITION HAS BEEN PREPARED

COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY

EMANUEL CELLER, New York, Chairman FRANCIS E. WALTER, Pennsylvania

KENNETH B. KEATING, New York THOMAS J. LANE, Massachusetts

WILLIAM M. MCCULLOCH, Ohio MICHAEL A. FEIGHAN, Ohio

PATRICK J. HILLINGS, California FRANK CHELF, Kentucky

WILLIAM E. MILLER, New York EDWIN E. WILLIS, Louisiana

DEAN P. TAYLOR, New York PETER W. RODINO, JR., New Jersey USHER L. BURDICK, North Dakota E. L. FORRESTER, Georgia

JOHN M. ROBSION, JR., Kentucky BYRON G. ROGERS, Colorado

DEWITT S. HYDE, Maryland HAROLD D. DONOHUE, Massachusetts RICHARD H. POFF, Virginia JACK B. BROOKS, Texas

WILLIAM C. CRAMER, Florida WILLIAM M. TUCK, Virginia

ARCH A. MOORE, JR., West Virginia ROBERT T. ASHMORE, South Carolina F. JAY NIMTZ, Indiana JOHN DOWDY, Texas

H. ALLEN SMITH, California LESTER HOLTZMAN, New York

ALBERT W. CRETELLA, Connecticut JOSEPH M. MONTOYA, New Mexico BASIL L. WHITENER, North Carolina ROLAND V. LIBONATI, Illinois

Bess E. DICK, Staff Director

SUBCOMMITTEE No. 3, REVISION OF THE LAWS

EDWIN E. WILLIS, Louisiana, Chairman JACK B. BROOKS, Texas

DEAN P. TAYLOR, New York WILLIAM M. TUCK, Virginia

ARCH A. MOORE, JR., West Virginia ROLAND V. LIBONATI, Illinois

CHARLES J. ZINN
Law Revision Counsel

CYRIL F. BRICKFIELD

JOSEPH FISCHER
WILLIAM P. SHATTUCK
Assistant Law Revision Counsel

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TITLES OF UNITED STATES CODE

* 1. General Provisions.

2. The Congress. * 3. The President. * 4. Flag and Seal, Seat of Government, and the

States. 5. Executive Departments and Government Offi

cers and Employees. * 6. Official and Penal Bonds.

7. Agriculture.

8. Aliens and Nationality. * 9. Arbitration. * 10. Armed Forces. , 11. Bankruptcy.

12. Ba.lks and Banking. * 13. Census. * 14. Coast Guard. 15. Commerce and Trade. 16. Conservation. *17. Copyrights. *18. Crimes and Criminal Procedure. 19. Customs Duties. 20. Education. 21. Food and Drugs. 22. Foreign Relations and Intercourse. *23. Highways. 24. Hospitals, Asylums, and Cemeteries. 25. Indians.

26. Internal Revenue Code. 27. Intoxicating Liquors. * 28. Judiciary and Judicial Procedure. 29. Labor. 30. Mineral Lands and Mining. 31. Money and Finance. * 32. National Guard.

33. Navigation and Navigable Waters. †34. [Navy.] *35. Patents. 36. Patriotic Societies and Observances. 37. Pay and Allowances (Army, Navy, Air Force,

Marine Corps, Coast Guard, Coast and Geo

detic Survey and Public Health Service). * 38. Veterans' Benefits. 39. The Postal Service. 40. Public Buildings, Property, and Works. 41. Public Contracts. 42. The Public Health and Welfare. 43. Public Lands. 44. Public Printing and Documents. 45. Railroads. 46. Shipping. 47. Telegraphs, Telephones, and Radiotelegraphs. 48. Territories and Insular Possessions. 49. Transportation. 50. War and National Defense; and Appendix.

*This title has been enacted into law. † This title has been eliminated by the enactment of Title 10 into law.

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