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Employment Security Bureau—Continued
Unemployment benefits-Continued

Servicemen's readjustment allowance program. See Veterans.

Veterans, unemployment compensation, etc., for. See Veterans.
United States Employment Service:
Cooperation with States in establishing and maintaining national system of

public employment offices, 20 Part 602
Instructions to State agencies for preparation and submittal of State

plan of operation under Wagner-Peyser Act, 20 Part 603
Policies of United States Employment Service with respect to placement,

employment counseling, employer relations, etc., 20 Part 604
Agricultural and related industry placement services, 20 $ 604.5
Clearance, 20 $ 604.2
Community participation, 20 $ 604.12
Employer relations, 20 $ 604.14
Employment counseling, 20 $ 604.3
Foreign labor, 20 $ 604.13
Handicapped, service to, 20 8 604.7
Industrial services, 20 $ 604.11
Information, disclosure of, 20 $ 604.16
Information services, 20 $ 604.15
Labor market information, preparation and use of, 20 8 604.9
Minority groups, service to, 20 $ 604.8
Occupational analysis activities, 20 $ 604.18
Older workers, 20 $ 604.17
Placement:

Clearance, 20 $ 604.2
Placement process, 20 $ 604.1

Services to various groups, 20 $$ 604.4–604.8
Staff training, 20 $ 604.19
Testing, occupational, 20 $ 604.10
Veterans, special service to, 20 $ 604.4

Youth, service to, 20 $ 604.6
Veterans:
Service to, with respect to employment; policies of Secretary of Labor

respecting, 20 Part 605
Servicemen's readjustment allowance program; allotment of funds to

States for administration of, by Commissioner for Social Security upon

certification by Administrator of Veterans' Affairs, 20 $ 601.7
Special placement and counseling services for, 20 $$ 602.5, 603.6, 604.4
Unemployment compensation for; regulations implementing Title IV of

Veterans Readjustment Act of 1952:
For all States (with certain exceptions), 20 Part 606
For certain States which have no agreement with Secretary of Labor,

20 Part 608

For Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands, 20 Part 607 Wagner-Peyser Act; cooperation between United States Employment Service

and State agencies for administration of public employment offices. See

United States Employment Service. Youth, placement services for, 20 $ 604.6 Encumberances against aircraft engines, parts, etc.; recordation of, 14 Parts 407,

504, 505 Enemy aliens. See Aliens. Enemy nations, vessels of, in Canal Zone waters; use of Panama Canal denied to

vessels of enemy, 35 $ $ 4.175, 4.176 Enforcing dealings or payments wrongfully; cease and desist orders, 16 g 13.1045 Engineer officers, merchant marine; licensing, etc. See Coast Guard. Engineering mechanics, testing various materials, structures, etc.; test fee schedules,

15 $$ 206.401–206.405 Engineering provisions respecting boilers, piping systems, materials, etc., for mer

chant marine vessels. See Coast Guard. Engineering and scientific manpower. See Scientific, engineering, etc., manpower. Engineers, Chief of, Army; functions and duties respecting real estate of military

reservations, 32 $ 552.3

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Engineers, Corps of, Department of the Army:
Administrative procedure, 33 Part 209
Acting Chief of Engineers and Acting Division and District Engineers;

powers, duties, etc., 33 $ 209.425
Anchorage areas, special; designation, 33 $ 209.200 (d)
Anchorage grounds, establishment, etc., 33 $ 209.200 (c)
Bridges:

Construction, sufficiency of State authority with respect to, 33 $ 209.325
Drawbridges, operation of, 33 $ 209.200 (b)

In absence of regulations, 33 $ 209.310
Franchises, assignment of, 33 $ 209.320
Obstructive, alteration of, 33 $ 209.180
Plans for, 33 $ 209.120
Repairs, 33 $ 209.315

Tolls, 33 $ 209.210
California Debris Commission; regulation of hydraulic mining in territory

drained by Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers, 33 $ 209.160
Causeways, plans for, 33 $ 209.120 (c)
Charts and maps, distribution of, 33 $ 209.450
Damages, done to public works by vessels, 33 $ 209.405
Dams, plans for, 33 $ 209.120 (c)
Danger zones, designation of, 33 $ 209.200 (e)
Dikes, plans for, 33 $ 209.120 (c)
Dredging, piers, etc., in waterways, 33 $ 209.130
Dumping grounds, establishment, etc., 33 $ 209.200 (h)
Federal Power Act, operations under, 33 $ 209.140
Fishing and hunting structures, placement of, 33 $ 209.200 (i)
Flood control regulations, 33 $ $ 209.220, 209.300
Great Lakes; U. S. Lake Survey Office, 33 $ 209.455
Harbor lines; establishment, shoreward operations, etc., 33 $8 209.150,

209.380–209.390
Hunting and fishing structures, placement of, 33 $ 209.200 (i)
Maps and charts, distribution of, 33 $ 209.450
Mining (hydraulic) in California, debris from; regulation by California

Debris Commission of mining in territory drained by Sacramento and

San Joaquin Rivers, 33 $ 209.160
Navigability of waterways of United States, determination of, 33 $ 209.260
Navigation of navigable waters; Secretary of the Army authorized to pre-

scribe regulations for, 33 $ 209.200 (f)
Opinions, orders, rules; availability of, 33 $$ 209.480–209.500
Permits, for construction in or over navigable waters, 33 $ $ 209.330–209.375
Piers, dredging, etc.; approval of, 33 $ 209.130
Pipe lines and submarine cables; representation on Government charts, 33

8 209.430
Public access to navigation works, 33 $ 209.435
Real estate on military reservations; functions and duties of Chief of En-

gineers, 32 $ 552.3 Records, public:

Availability, 33 $ 209.510

Certified copies, 33 $ 209.445
Refuse, deposit of, 33 $ 209.395
Regulations, proposed rule making, etc.; publication, 33 88 209.110, 209.200

(a), 209.520
Reservoir areas; use for recreation, 33 $ 209.230
Seaplane restricted areas; applications for establishment, 33 $ 209.200 (g)
Statistics, commercial; policy on release, 33 $ 209.440
Submarine cables and pipe lines; representation on Government charts,

33 $ 209.430
Violations of laws protecting navigable waters, 33 $ $ 209.170, 209.400
Wrecks and other obstructions:

Logs, sunken, 33 $ 209.420

Wrecks, 33 $ $ 209.190, 209.410, 209.415
Anchorage areas and grounds:

Establishment, etc., 33 $$ 209.200(c), 209.200(d)
Regulations for specific grounds and areas. See Anchorage regulations.

Engineers, Corps of, Department of the Army-Continued
Anchorage regulations, for specific grounds and areas, 33 Part 202
Anchor lights not required for vessels not more than 65 feet long, when at

anchor, 33 § 202.1(a)
Anchorage grounds, 33 $ $ 202.130–202.250

Alabama; Mobile Bay, 33 $ 202.194
California:

Carquinez Strait, 33 $ 202.224
Los Angeles, and Long Beach Harbors, 33 $ 202.214
Newport Bay Harbor, 33 $ 202.212
San Clemente Island, 33 $ 202.218
San Diego Harbor, 33 $ 202.210
San Francisco Bay, 33 § 202.224
San Joaquin River, 33 $ 202.224
San Nicholas Island, 33 $ 202.220
San Pablo Bay, 33 § 202.224
Santa Barbara Island, 33 $ 202.222
Santa Catalina Island, 33 $ 202.216

Suisun Bay, 33 § 202.224
Connecticut; New London Harbor, 33 $ 202.147
Delaware; Delaware Bay and River, 33 $ 202.157
Florida:

Jacksonville, St. Johns River, 33 $ 202.183
Miami Beach, 33 $ 202.188
Tampa Bay, 33 $ 202.193
Tortugas Harbor; Dry Tortugas, vicinity of Garden Key, 33

$ 202.190
Georgia; Wilmington River, 33 $ 202.178
Hawaii, Honolulu Harbor; Mamala Bay, anchorage for nitrate laden

vessels, 33 $ 202.235
Illinois; Chicago Harbor, 33 $ 202.205
Louisiana; Mississippi River below Baton Rouge, 33 & 202.195
Maine:

Bath, Kennebec River, 33 $ 202.131
Portland Harbor, 33 $ 202.132

Rockland Harbor, 33 $ 202.130
Maryland; Annapolis Harbor, 33 $ 202.159
Massachusetts:

Boston Harbor, 33 $ 202.134

Buzzards Bay, Nantucket Sound, and adjacent waters, 33 $ 202.140
New York:

Buffalo Harbor, 33 § 202.208
Long Island:

Huntington Harbor, 33 $ 202.150

Randall Bay, Freeport, 33 $ 202.156
New York Port, 33 $ 202.155
Ohio; Cleveland Harbor, 33 $ 202.207
Oregon; Columbia River, 33 $ 202.228
Puerto Rico:

San Juan Harbor, 33 $ 202.240

Vieques Island, 33 $ 202.245
Rhode Island; Narragansett Bay, 33 $ 202.145
South Carolina; Port of Charleston, 33 $ 202.173
Texas; Galveston Harbor, 33 $ 202.197
Virgin Islands; Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas Harbor, 33 § 202.250
Virginia:

Cape Charles, Chesapeake Bay, 33 $ 202.165
Hampton Roads, 33 $ 202.168

York River, 33 $ 202.166
Washington:

Columbia River, 33 $ 202.228
Puget Sound, 33 $ 202.230

Engineers, Corps of, Department of the Army-Continued
Anchorage regulations, 33 Part 202—Continued
Special anchorage areas, 33 $$ 202.1–202.128
California:

Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbors, 33 $ 202.100
Monterey Harbor, 33 $ 202.126
Morro Bay Harbor, 33 $ 202.125
Newport Bay Harbor, 33 $ 202.95
San Diego Harbor, 33 $ 202.90
San Luis Obispo Bay, 33 $ 202.120
Santa Barbara Harbor, 33 $ 202.115
Santa Catalina Island, Avalon Bay, 33 $ 202.105

Santa Monica Harbor, 33 $ 202.110
Connecticut:

Connecticut River, 33 $ 202.55
Groton, 33 $ 202.51
New London, Thames River, 33 $ 202.52
Pataguanset River, Long Island Sound, 33 $ 202.54

Stonington Harbor, 33 $ 202.50
Delaware; Indian River Bay, 33 $ 202.65
Maine:

Augusta (Kennebec River), 33 $ 202.4

Casco Bay, 33 $ 202.5
Maryland:

Black Hole Creek, 33 § 202.72

Courthouse Point, Chesapeake and Delaware Canal, 33 $ 202.70
Massachusetts:

Beverly and Salem Harbors, 33 $ 202.25
Boston Harbor, 33 g 202.30
Edgartown Harbor, 33 $ 202.38
Newbury (Parker River), 33 $ 202.20
Newburyport Harbor, 33 $ 202.15
North Falmouth, Silver Beach Harbor, 33 $ 202.40
Onset Bay, 33 $ 202.45
Plum Island Sound, Great Nack, 33 $ 202.22

Plymouth Harbor, 33 $ 202.35
Michigan:

Charlevoix Harbor, 33 $ 202.82

Muskegon Harbor, 33 $ 202.81
New Hampshire; Newcastle Island, 33 $ 202.10
New York:

New York Port, 33 $ 202.60

Youngstown, Niagara River, 33 $ 202.85
Oregon; Portland, Columbia River, 33 $ 202.128
Pennsylvania, Essington; Delaware River, 33 $ 202.67
Rhode Island:

Watch Hill, Little Narragansett Bay, 33 $ 202.47

Westerly; Thompson Cove, Pawcatuck River, 33 $ 202.48
Texas; Corpus Christi Bay, 33 $ 202.75
Vermont; Lake Champlain, Malletts Bay, 33 $ 202.8

Wisconsin; Milwaukee Harbor, 33 $ 202.80
Bridge regulations; operation of bridges in or near towns or cities, or over

rivers, in various states, 33 Part 203
Alabama:
Gulf of Mexico, navigable waters discharging into; various bridges,

33 $ $ 203.240, 203.245 Mobile:

Mobile River and Chickasaw Creek, 33 $ 203.491

Pinto Pass, 33 $ 203.493
Arkansas:

Corning (Black River), 33 $ 203.585
Georgetown (White River), 33 $ 203.583
Little Red River, 33 8 203.590
Mississippi River tributaries, various bridges, 33 $ $ 203.555, 203.560

Engineers, Corps of, Department of the Army-Continued
Bridge regulations, 33 Part 203—Continued
California:

All drawbridges; operation requirements, signals, etc., 33 $ 203.710
Cordelia Slough, 33 $ 203.713 (b)
Eureka, (Eureka Slough), 33 $ 203.718
Isleton (Georgiana Slough), 33 $ 203.715
Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbors, 33 8 203.711
Martinez (Pacheco Creek), 33 $ 203.713 (a)
Navigable waters within State, 33 $ 203.710
Sacramento River tributaries, 33 $ 203.716
San Francisco Bay tributaries, 33 $ 203.712
San Joaquin River tributaries, 33 $ 203.714
San Pablo Bay tributaries, 33 $ 203.712

Suisun Bay tributaries, 33 $ 203.713
Civil defense emergency, drawbridges not to be opened during, 33 $ 203.1
Connecticut:
Bridgeport (Poquonock River, Yellow Mill Channel, and Johnsons

River), 33 8 203.130
Connecticut River, 33 $ 203.115
Coscob (Mianus River), 33 $ 203.150
Groton (Thames River), 33 $ 203.100
Lyme (Connecticut River), 33 $ 203.115
Middletown (Connecticut River), 33 $ 203.115
Milford (Housatonic River), 33 8 203.125
Mystic (Mystic River), 33 $ 203.95
New Haven Harbor (Quinnipac, West and Mill Rivers), 33 g 203.120
New London (Thames River), 33 | 203.100
Niantic (Niantic River), 33 $ 203.110
Norwalk (Norwalk River), 33 $ 203.145
Saugatuck (Saugatuck River), 33 $ 203.135
Shaws Cove (New London Harbor), 33 $ 203.105

Stratford (Housatonic River), 33 $ 203.125
Delaware:

Christina River, 33 $ 203.235
Fennimores (Appoquinimink River), 33 $ 203.236
Lebanon (St. Jones River), 33 $ 203.237

Wilmington (Brandywine River), 33 g 203.230
District of Columbia; Washington:

Anacostia River, 33 $ 203.330

Potomac River, 33 203.325
Florida:
Atlantic Ocean, navigable waters discharging into; various bridges,

33 $ $ 203.240, 203.245
Cocoa, Eau Gallie, and Melbourne (Indian River), 33 8 203.436
Fort Lauderdale (New River), 33 $ 203.446
Gulf of Mexico, navigable waters discharging into; various bridges,

33 $ $ 203.240, 203.245
Jacksonville (St. Johns River), 33 $ 203.430
Lake Worth (Intracoastal Waterway), 33 $ 203.440
Miami:

Biscayne Bay, 33 $ 203.447

Miami River, 33 $ 203.448
Palm Beach (Intracoastal Waterway), 33 $ 203.440
Tampa (Hillsboro River), 33 $ 203.465

Tavares (Dead River), 33 $ 203.434
Georgia:
Atlantic Ocean, navigable waters discharging into; various bridges,

33 SS 203.240, 203.245
Savannah Beach (Turner Creek, Tybee (Bull) River, and Lazaretto

Creek), 33 $ 203.404
Thunderbolt:

Turner Creek, Tybee (Bull) River, and Lazaretto Creek, 33 8 203.404
Wilmington River, 33 $ 203.405

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