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Title 2 - The Congress

Chapter 1 - Election of Senators and Representatives
§ 1 Time for election of Senators
§ 1a Election to be certified by governor
§ 1b Countersignature of certificate of election
§ 2 Omitted
§ 2a Reapportionment of Representatives; time and manner; existing decennial census figures as basis; statement by President; duty of clerk
§ 2b Number of Representatives from each State in 78th and subsequent Congresses
§ 2c Number of Congressional Districts; number of Representatives from each District
§ 5 Nominations for Representatives at large
§ 6 Reduction of representation
§ 7 Time of election
§ 8 Vacancies
§ 9 Voting for Representatives
Chapter 2 - Organization of Congress
§ 21 Oath of Senators
§ 22 Oath of President of Senate
§ 23 Presiding officer of Senate may administer oaths
§ 24 Secretary of Senate or assistant secretary may administer oaths
§ 25 Oath of Speaker, Members, and Delegates
§ 25a Delegate to House of Representatives from District of Columbia
§ 25b Repealed.]
§ 26 Roll of Representatives-elect
§ 27 Change of place of meeting
§ 28 Parliamentary precedents of House of Representatives
§ 28a Compilation of the Precedents of House of Representatives; date of completion; biennial update; printing and availability of copies
§ 28b Printing and binding as public document of Precedents of House of Representatives; number of sets authorized
§ 28c Distribution of Precedents by Public Printer
§ 28d Distribution of Precedents by Public Printer for official use; particular distribution; marking and ownership of sets
§ 28e Distribution of Precedents by Joint Committee on Printing of surplus sets;  additional printing, etc., of sets under authority of Joint Committee
§ 29 Condensed and simplified versions of House precedents; other useful materials in summary form; form and distribution to Members of Congress, Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico, and others; appointment and compensation of personnel; utilization of services of personnel of Federal agencies
§ 29a Early organization of House of Representatives
§ 29d Committee on Standards of Official Conduct of House of Representatives
§ 30 Term of service of Members of Congress as trustees or directors of corporations or institutions appropriated for
§ 30a Jury duty exemption of elected officials of legislative branch
§ 30b Notice of objecting to proceeding
Chapter 3 - Compensation and Allowances of Members
§ 31 Compensation of Members of Congress
§ 31-1 Repealed.]
§ 31-2 Gifts and travel
§ 31-3 Guidelines relating to restrictions on registered lobbyist participation in travel and disclosure
§ 31a Repealed.]
§ 31a-1 Expense allowance of Majority and Minority Leaders of Senate; expense allowance of Majority and Minority Whips; methods of payment; taxability
§ 31a-2 Representation Allowance Account for Majority and Minority Leaders of Senate
§ 31a-2a Transfer of funds from representation allowance of Majority and Minority Leaders of Senate to expense allowance; availability; definitions
§ 31a-2b Transfer of funds from appropriations account of Majority and Minority Leaders of Senate to appropriations account, Miscellaneous Items, within Senate contingent fund
§ 31a-2c Transfer of funds from appropriations account of Majority and Minority Whips of Senate to appropriations account, Miscellaneous Items, within Senate contingent fund
§ 31a-2d Transfer of funds from appropriations account of the Office of the Vice President and the Offices of the Secretaries for the Majority and Minority to the Senate contingent fund
§ 31a-3 Expense allowance for Chairmen of Majority and Minority Conference Committees of Senate; method of payment; taxability
§ 31a-4 Expense allowance for Chairmen of Majority and Minority Policy Committees of Senate; method of payment; taxability
§ 31b Expense allowance of Speaker of House of Representatives
§ 31b-1 Former Speakers of House of Representatives; retention of office, furniture, etc., in Congressional district following expiration of term as Representative; exceptions
§ 31b-2 Allowance available to former Speaker for payment of office and other expenses for administration, etc., of matters pertaining to incumbency in office as Representative and Speaker
§ 31b-3 Repealed.]
§ 31b-4 Franked mail and printing privileges of former Speaker
§ 31b-5 Staff assistance to former Speaker for administration, etc., of matters pertaining to incumbency in office as Representative and Speaker; compensation and status of staff
§ 31b-6 Repealed.]
§ 31b-7 Availability of entitlements of former Speaker for 5 years
§ 31c Repealed.]
§ 32 Compensation of President pro tempore of Senate
§ 32a Compensation of Deputy President pro tempore of Senate
§ 32b Expense allowance of President pro tempore of Senate; methods of payment; taxability
§ 33 Senators’ salaries
§ 34 Representatives’ and Delegates’ salaries payable monthly
§ 35 Salaries payable monthly after taking oath
§ 35a End-of-the-month salary payment schedule inapplicable to Senators
§ 36 Salaries of Senators
§ 36a Payment of sums due deceased Senators and Senate personnel
§ 37 Salaries of Representatives, Delegates, and Resident Commissioners elected for unexpired terms
§ 38 Repealed.]
§ 38a Disposition of unpaid salary and other sums on death of Representative or Resident Commissioner
§ 38b Death gratuity payments as gifts
§ 39 Deductions for absence
§ 40 Deductions for withdrawal
§ 40a Deductions for delinquent indebtedness
§ 42a Special delivery postage allowance for President of Senate
§ 43b-2 Staff expenses for House Members attending organizational caucus or conference
§ 43b-3 Payments and reimbursements for certain House staff expenses
§ 43c Repealed.]
§ 43d Organizational expenses of Senator-elect
§ 46a Stationery allowance for President of Senate
§ 46a-1 Senate revolving fund for stationery allowances; availability of unexpended balances; withdrawals
§ 46a-2 Omitted
§ 46a-3 Repealed.]
§ 46a-4 Omitted
§ 46b Repealed.]
§ 46b-1 House revolving fund for stationery allowances; disposition of moneys from stationery sales; availability of unexpended balances
§ 46b-2 Repealed.]
§ 46d-1 Long-distance telephone calls for Vice President
§ 46d-2 Repealed.]
§ 46d-3 Repealed.]
§ 46d-4 Repealed.]
§ 46d-5 Repealed.]
§ 46e Repealed.]
§ 46f Repealed.]
§ 46f-1 Repealed.]
§ 46h Repealed.]
§ 46i Repealed.]
§ 47 Mode of payment
§ 48 Certification of salary and mileage accounts
§ 49 Certificate of salary during recess
§ 50 Substitute to sign certificates for salary and accounts
§ 51 Monuments to deceased Senators or House Members
§ 54 Annotated United States Code for Members of House of Representatives to be paid for from Members’ Representational Allowance
§ 55 United States Code Annotated or United States Code Service; procurement for Senators
§ 56 Repealed.]
§ 57 Adjustment of House of Representatives allowances by Committee on House Oversight
§ 57a Limitation on allowance authority of Committee on House Oversight
§ 57b Representational allowance for Members of House of Representatives
§ 58 Mail, telegraph, telephone, stationery, office supplies, and home State office and travel expenses for Senators
§ 58a Telecommunications services for Senators; payment of costs out of contingent fund
§ 58a-1 Payment for telecommunications equipment and services; definitions
§ 58a-2 Certification of telecommunications equipment and services as official
§ 58a-3 Report on telecommunications to Committee on Rules and Administration
§ 58a-4 Metered charges on copiers; "Sergeant at Arms" and "user" defined; certification of services and equipment as official; deposit of payments; availability for expenditure
§ 58b Repealed.]
§ 58c Senators’ Official Personnel and Office Expense Account
§ 58c-1 Repealed.]
§ 59 Home State office space for Senators; lease of office space
§ 59-1 Additional home State office space for Senators; declaration of disaster or emergency
§ 59a Repealed.]
§ 59b Purchase of office equipment or furnishings by Senators
§ 59c Transferred
§ 59d Transportation of official records and papers to House Member’s district
§ 59d-1 Transportation of official records and papers to a Senator’s State
§ 59e Official mail of persons entitled to use congressional frank
§ 59f Mass mailings by Senate offices; quarterly statements; publication of summary tabulations
§ 59g Mass mailing of information by Senators under frank; quarterly registration with Secretary of Senate
§ 59h Mass mailing sent by House Members
Chapter 4 - Officers and Employees of Senate and House of Representatives
§ 60 Repealed.]
§ 60-1 Authority of officers of Congress over Congressional employees
§ 60-2 Amendment to Senate conflict of interest rule
§ 60a Omitted
§ 60a-1 Senate pay adjustments; action by President pro tempore of Senate
§ 60a-1a Rates of compensation paid by Secretary of Senate; applicability of Senate pay adjustments by President pro tempore of Senate
§ 60a-1b Senate pay adjustments; action by President pro tempore of Senate
§ 60a-2 House of Representatives pay adjustments; action by Chief Administrative Officer of House
§ 60a-2a Rates of compensation disbursed by Chief Administrative Officer of House; adjustments by Speaker; "Member of the House of Representatives" defined
§ 60c-1 Vice President, Senators, officers, and employees paid by Secretary of Senate; payment of salary; advance payment
§ 60c-2 Repealed.]
§ 60c-2a Banking and financial transactions of Secretary of Senate
§ 60c-3 Withholding and remittance of State income tax by Secretary of Senate
§ 60c-4 Withholding of charitable contributions from salaries paid by Secretary of Senate and from employees of Architect of Capitol
§ 60c-5 Student loan repayment program for Senate employees
§ 60c-6 Student loan repayment program for House employees
§ 60d Repealed.]
§ 60d-1 Day for paying salaries of the House of Representatives
§ 60e-1a Withholding of State income tax by Chief Administrative Officer of House
§ 60e-1b State income tax withholding; definitions
§ 60e-1c Withholding of charitable contributions by Chief Administrative Officer of House
§ 60e-1d Withholding of charitable contributions; definitions
§ 60e-2 Omitted
§ 60e-2a Exemption of officers and employees of Architect of Capitol from certain Federal pay provisions
§ 60e-2b Overtime compensation for certain employees of Architect of Capitol
§ 60f Repealed.]
§ 60f-1 Repealed.]
§ 60g-2 Lyndon Baines Johnson congressional interns
§ 60h Omitted
§ 60i Repealed.]
§ 60j Longevity compensation
§ 60j-1 Capitol Police longevity compensation
§ 60j-2 Longevity compensation for telephone operators on United States telephone exchange and members of Capitol Police paid by Chief Administrative Officer of House
§ 60j-3 Repealed.]
§ 60j-4 Longevity compensation not applicable to individuals paid by Secretary of Senate; savings provision
§ 60k Application of rights and protections of Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 to Congressional and Architect of Capitol employees
§ 60l Coverage of House and agencies of legislative branch
§ 60o Lump sum payment for accrued annual leave of House employees
§ 60p Payment for unaccrued leave
§ 60q Voluntary separation incentive payments
§ 61 Limit on rate of compensation of Senate officers and employees
§ 61-1 Gross rate of compensation of employees paid by Secretary of Senate
§ 61-1a Availability of appropriated funds for payment to an individual of pay from more than one position; conditions
§ 61-1b Availability of appropriations during first three months of any fiscal year for aggregate of payments of gross compensation made to employees from Senate appropriation account for "Salaries, Officers and Employees"
§ 61-1c Aggregate gross compensation of employee of Senator of State with population under 5,000,000
§ 61-2 Omitted
§ 61a Compensation of Secretary of Senate
§ 61a-3 Compensation of Assistant Secretary of Senate
§ 61a-4 Repealed.]
§ 61a-4a Omitted
§ 61a-5 Repealed.]
§ 61a-9 Advancement by Secretary of Senate of travel funds to employees under his jurisdiction for Federal Election Campaign Act travel expenses
§ 61a-9a Travel expenses of Secretary of Senate; advancement of travel funds to designated employees
§ 61a-10 Omitted
§ 61a-11 Abolition of statutory positions in Office of Secretary of Senate; Secretary’s authority to establish and fix compensation for positions
§ 61b Compensation of Parliamentarian of Senate
§ 61b-3 Professional archivist; Secretary’s authority to obtain services from General Services Administration
§ 61c Omitted
§ 61c-1 Adjustment of rate of compensation by Secretary of Senate
§ 61c-2 Compensation of Assistants to Majority and Minority in Office of Secretary of Senate
§ 61d Compensation of Chaplain of Senate
§ 61d-1 Compensation of employees of Chaplain of Senate
§ 61d-2 Postage allowance for Chaplain of Senate
§ 61d-3 Repealed.]
§ 61d-4 Payment of expenses of the Chaplain of the Senate from the contingent fund of the Senate
§ 61e Compensation of Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate
§ 61e-1 Compensation of Deputy Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate
§ 61e-2 Compensation of Administrative Assistant to Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate
§ 61e-3 Deputy Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper to act on death, resignation, disability, or absence of Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate
§ 61e-4 Designation by Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate of persons to approve vouchers for payment of moneys
§ 61f-1a Travel expenses of Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate
§ 61f-7 Abolition of statutory positions in Office of Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate; authority to establish and fix compensation for positions
§ 61f-8 Use by Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate of individual consultants or organizations, and department and agency personnel
§ 61f-9 Employment of personnel by Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate at daily rates of compensation; authorization; limitation on amount of compensation
§ 61f-10 Procurement of temporary help
§ 61f-11 Provision of services and equipment on a reimbursable basis
§ 61f-12 Treatment of electronic services provided by Sergeant at Arms
§ 61f-13 Media support services
§ 61f-14 Law enforcement authority of Sergeant-at-Arms and Doorkeeper of the Senate
§ 61g Compensation of Secretaries for Senate Majority and Minority
§ 61g-4 Appointment and compensation of employees by Secretary of Conference of Majority of Senate and Secretary of Conference of Minority of Senate
§ 61g-5 Appointment and compensation of employees by Secretaries for Senate Majority and Minority; gross compensation
§ 61g-6 Payment of expenses of Conference of Majority and Conference of Minority from Senate contingent fund
§ 61g-6a Salaries and expenses for Senate Majority and Minority Policy Committees and Senate Majority and Minority Conference Committees
§ 61g-6b Offices of the Secretaries of the Conference of the Majority and the Conference of the Minority
§ 61g-7 Services of consultants to Majority and Minority Conference Committee of Senate
§ 61g-8 Utilization of funds for specialized training of professional staff for Majority and Minority Conference Committee of Senate
§ 61h-4 Appointment of employees by Senate Majority and Minority Leaders; compensation
§ 61h-5 Assistants to Senate Majority and Minority Leaders for Floor Operations; establishment of positions; appointment; compensation
§ 61h-6 Appointment of consultants by Majority Leader, Minority Leader, Secretary of Senate, and Legislative Counsel of Senate; compensation
§ 61h-7 Chiefs of Staff for Senate Majority and Minority Leaders; appointment; compensation
§ 61j-2 Compensation and appointment of employees by Senate Majority and Minority Whips
§ 61k Appointment and compensation of employees by President pro tempore of Senate
§ 61l Appointment and compensation of Administrative Assistant, Legislative Assistant, and Executive Secretary for Deputy President pro tempore of Senate
§ 62 Limitation on compensation of Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate
§ 62a Omitted
§ 62b Transferred
§ 63 Repealed.]
§ 64 Omitted
§ 64-1 Employees of Senate Disbursing Office; designation by Secretary of Senate to administer oaths and affirmations
§ 64-2 Transfers of funds by Secretary of Senate; approval of Committee on Appropriations
§ 64-3 Transferred
§ 64a Death, resignation, or disability of Secretary and Assistant Secretary of Senate; Financial Clerk deemed successor as disbursing officer
§ 64a-1 Compensation of Financial Clerk of Senate
§ 64b Death, resignation, or disability of Secretary of Senate; Assistant Secretary of Senate to act as Secretary; written designation of absent status
§ 65 Repealed.]
§ 65a Insurance of office funds of Secretary of Senate and Sergeant at Arms; payment of premiums
§ 65b Advances to Sergeant at Arms of Senate for extraordinary expenses
§ 65c Expense allowance for Secretary of Senate, Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate, and Secretaries for Senate Majority and Minority
§ 65d Funds advanced by Secretary of Senate to Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate to defray office expenses; accountability; maximum amount; vouchers
§ 65e Transferred
§ 65f Funds for Secretary of Senate to assist in proper discharge within United States of responsibilities to foreign parliamentary groups or other foreign officials
§ 66 Repealed.]
§ 66a Restriction on payment of dual compensation by Secretary of Senate
§ 67 Clerks to Senators-elect
§ 67a Employment of civilian employees of executive branch of Government by Senate Committee on Appropriations; restoration to former position
§ 68 Payments from Senate contingent fund
§ 68-1 Committee on Rules and Administration; designation of employees to approve vouchers for payments from Senate contingent fund
§ 68-2 Appropriations for contingent expenses of Senate; restrictions
§ 68-3 Separate accounts for "Secretary of the Senate" and for "Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of the Senate"; establishment within Senate contingent fund; inclusion of funds in existing accounts
§ 68-4 Deposit of moneys for credit to account within Senate contingent fund for "Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of the Senate"
§ 68-5 Purchase, lease, exchange, maintenance, and operation of vehicles out of account for Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate within Senate contingent fund; authorization of appropriations
§ 68-6 Transfers from appropriations account for expenses of Office of Secretary of Senate and Office of Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate
§ 68-6a Transfers from appropriations account for expenses of Office of Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate
§ 68-7 Senate Office of Public Records Revolving Fund
§ 68-8 Vouchering Senate office charges
§ 68a Materials, supplies, and fuel payments from Senate contingent fund
§ 68b Per diem and subsistence expenses from Senate contingent fund
§ 68c Computation of compensation for stenographic assistance of committees payable from Senate contingent fund
§ 68d Liquidation from appropriations of any unpaid obligations chargeable to rescinded unexpended balances of funds
§ 68e Advance payments by Secretary of Senate
§ 69 Expenses of committees payable from Senate contingent fund
§ 69-1 Availability of funds for franked mail expenses
§ 69a Orientation seminars, etc., for new Senators, Senate officials, or members of staffs of Senators or Senate officials; payment of expenses
§ 69b Senate Leader’s Lecture Series
§ 72a Committee staffs
§ 72a-1b Approval of employment and compensation of committee employees by House standing committees
§ 72a-1c Repealed.]
§ 72a-1d Repealed.]
§ 72a-1e Assistance to Senators with committee memberships by employees in office of Senator
§ 72a-1f Designation by Senator who is Chairman or Vice Chairman of Senate Select Committee on Ethics of employee in office of that Senator to perform part-time service for Committee; amount reimbursable; procedure applicable
§ 72a-1g Referral of ethics violations by Senate Ethics Committee to Government Accountability Office for investigation
§ 72a-1h Mandatory Senate ethics training for Members and staff
§ 72a-1i Annual report by Select Committee on Ethics
§ 72a-4 Repealed.]
§ 72b Regulations governing availability of appropriations for House committee employees
§ 72b-1 Omitted
§ 72c Repealed.]
§ 72d Discretionary authority of Senate Committee on Appropriations
§ 72d-1 Transfer of funds by Chairman of Senate Committee on Appropriations
§ 74-1 Personal services in office of Speaker; payments
§ 74-2 Omitted
§ 74a Employment of administrative assistants for Speaker and House Majority and Minority Leaders; compensation; appropriations
§ 74a-1 Omitted
§ 74a-2 Per annum rate of compensation of Chief of Staff of Joint Committee on Taxation
§ 74a-3 Additional employees in offices of House Minority Leader, Majority Whip, and Chief Deputy Majority Whip; authorization; compensation
§ 74a-4 Additional amounts for personnel and equipment for House Majority and Minority Leaders and Majority and Minority Whips
§ 74a-5 Limits on uses of funds provided under section 74a4
§ 74a-6 Repealed.]
§ 74a-7 Speaker’s Office for Legislative Floor Activities
§ 74a-8 Training and program development activities of Republican Conference and Democratic Steering and Policy Committee
§ 74a-9 Appointment of consultants by Speaker, Majority Leader, and Minority Leader of House; compensation
§ 74a-10 Lump-sum allowances for House Minority Leader and Majority Whip
§ 74a-10a Lump-sum allowances for House Majority Floor Leader, Minority Floor Leader, Majority Whip, and Minority Whip
§ 74a-10b Lump-sum allowances for House Majority Whip and Minority Whip
§ 74a-11 Transfer of appropriations by House Leadership Offices
§ 74a-12 Lump sum allowance for Speaker
§ 74a-13 Republican Policy Committee
§ 74b Employment of additional administrative assistants
§ 74c Compensation of certain House minority employees
§ 74d Corrections Calendar Office
§ 74d-1 Lump sum allowance for Corrections Calendar Office
§ 74d-2 Effective date
§ 75 Repealed.]
§ 75-1 Repealed.]
§ 75a Repealed.]
§ 75a-1 Temporary appointments in case of vacancies or incapacity of House officers; compensation
§ 75f House emergency operations positions
§ 76b Omitted
§ 77 Sergeant at Arms of House; additional compensation
§ 77a Repealed.]
§ 78 Duties of Sergeant at Arms
§ 79 Symbol of office of Sergeant at Arms
§ 80 Disbursement of compensation of House Members by Chief Administrative Officer
§ 80a Deductions by Chief Administrative Officer in disbursement of gratuity appropriations
§ 81 Repealed.]
§ 82 Repealed.]
§ 83 Tenure of office of Sergeant at Arms
§ 84-2 Compensation of Chaplain of House
§ 84a Reporters for House of Representatives
§ 84a-1 Repealed.]
§ 84b Omitted
§ 88b Education of other minors who are Senate employees
§ 88b-1 Congressional pages
§ 88b-2 House of Representatives Page Board; establishment and purpose
§ 88b-3 Membership of Page Board
§ 88b-4 Regulations of Page Board
§ 88b-5 Page residence hall and page meal plan
§ 88b-6 Repealed.]
§ 88b-7 Daniel Webster Senate Page Residence Revolving Fund
§ 88c Repealed.]
§ 88c-1 Repealed.]
§ 88c-2 Academic year and summer term for page program
§ 88c-3 Service of page during academic year and summer term; filling of vacancies; eligibility
§ 88c-4 Definitions
§ 89 Certificates to pay rolls of employees of House
§ 89a Certification of indebtedness of employees of House; withholding of amount
§ 92 Employees of Members of House of Representatives
§ 92-1 Repealed.]
§ 92a Pay of clerical assistants as affected by death of Senator or Representative
§ 92b Pay of clerical assistants as affected by death or resignation of Member of House
§ 92b-1 Termination of service of Members of House
§ 92b-2 Authority to prescribe regulations
§ 92b-3 Vouchers
§ 92c Performance of duties by clerical assistants of dead or resigned Member of House
§ 92d "Member of the House" defined
§ 92e Repealed.]
§ 95 Omitted
§ 95-1 Payments from applicable accounts of House of Representatives
§ 95a Appropriations for expenses of House; restrictions
§ 95b Transfers of amounts appropriated for House
§ 95c Advance payments
§ 95d Account in House of Representatives for Employees’ Compensation Fund
§ 95e House of Representatives Revolving Fund
§ 101 Subletting duties of employees of Senate or House
§ 102 Repealed.]
§ 102a Withdrawal of unexpended balances of appropriations
§ 104a Semiannual statements of expenditures by Secretary of Senate and Chief Administrative Officer of House
§ 104b Report of disbursements for House of Representatives
§ 104c Preservation of reports, statements, or documents filed with Clerk of House
§ 104d Notification of post-employment restrictions for Members of Congress and employees
§ 104e Posting of travel and financial disclosure reports on public website of Clerk of the House of Representatives
§ 104f Notification of post-employment restrictions for Senators and employees
§ 104g Senate privately paid travel public website
§ 105 Preparation and contents of statement of appropriations
§ 106 Stationery for Senate; advertisements for
§ 107 Opening bids for Senate and House stationery; awarding contracts
§ 108 Contracts for separate parts of Senate stationery
§ 109 American goods to be preferred in purchases for Senate and House
§ 110 Purchase of paper, envelopes, etc., for stationery rooms of Senate and House
§ 111 Purchase of supplies for Senate and House
§ 111a Receipts from sales of items by Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate, to Senators, etc., to be credited to appropriation from which purchased
§ 111b Contracts to furnish property, supplies, or services to Congress; terms varying from those offered other entities of Federal Government
§ 112 Purchases of stationery and materials for folding
§ 112e Office equipment for House Members, officers, and committees
§ 112f Incidental use of equipment and supplies
§ 112g Net Expenses of Equipment Revolving Fund
§ 112h Net expenses of Telecommunications Revolving Fund
§ 113 Detailed reports of receipts and expenditures by Secretary of Senate and Chief Administrative Officer of House
§ 114 Fees for copies from Senate journals
§ 115 Index to House daily calendar
§ 116 Repealed.]
§ 117 Sale of waste paper and condemned furniture
§ 117a Omitted
§ 117b Disposal of used or surplus furniture and equipment by Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate; procedure; deposit of receipts
§ 117b-1 Receipts from sale of used or surplus furniture and furnishings of Senate
§ 117b-2 Transfer of excess or surplus educationally useful equipment to public schools
§ 117c Disposal of used or surplus automobiles and trucks by Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate; procedure; deposit of receipts
§ 117d Reimbursements to Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of Senate for equipment provided to Senators, etc., which has been lost, stolen, damaged, or otherwise unaccounted for; deposit of receipts
§ 117d-1 Compensation for lost or damaged property
§ 117e Disposal of used or surplus furniture and equipment by Chief Administrative Officer of House; procedure; deposit of receipts
§ 117f Commissions and charges for public telephone or telecommunications services; deposit of receipts
§ 117g Monies received by Attending Physician from sale of prescription drugs or other sources; deposit of receipts
§ 117h Deposit of fees for services by Office of Attending Physician; availability of amounts deposited
§ 117i Revolving fund for House gymnasium; deposit of receipts; availability for expenditure
§ 117j Fees for internal delivery in House of Representatives of nonpostage mail from outside sources
§ 117j-1 Regulations for safe handling of mail matter
§ 117k Rebates under Government Travel Charge Card Program
§ 117l Deposit of House Information Resources reimbursements for services
§ 117m House Services Revolving Fund
§ 118 Actions against officers for official acts
§ 118a Officers of Senate
§ 119 Stationery rooms of House and Senate; specification of classes of articles purchasable
§ 119a Repealed.]
§ 120 Omitted
§ 121 Senate restaurant deficit fund; deposit of proceeds from surcharge on orders
§ 121a Repealed.]
§ 121b Senate Beauty Shop
§ 121b-1 Senate Hair Care Services
§ 121c Office of Senate Health Promotion
§ 121d Senate Gift Shop
§ 121e Payment of fees for services of Attending Physician and for use of Senate health and fitness facilities
§ 121f Senate Staff Health and Fitness Facility Revolving Fund
§ 121g Authority of Attending Physician in response to medical contingencies or public health emergencies at Capitol
§ 122 Repealed.]
§ 122a Repealed.]
§ 123 Repealed.]
§ 123a Omitted
§ 123b House Recording Studio; Senate Recording Studio and Senate Photographic Studio
§ 123b-1 Senate Recording Studio and Senate Photographic Studio as successors to Senate Recording and Photographic Studios; rules, regulations, and fees for photographs and photographic services
§ 123c Data processing equipment, software, and services
§ 123c-1 Advance payments for computer programing services
§ 123d Senate Computer Center
§ 123e Senate legislative information system
§ 124 Arrangements for attendance at funeral of deceased House Members; payment of funeral expenses and expenses of attending funeral rites
§ 125 Gratuities for survivors of deceased House employees; computation
§ 125a Death gratuity payments as gifts
§ 126 Repealed.]
§ 126-1 Omitted
§ 126-2 Designation of reporters
§ 126a Omitted
§ 126b Substitute reporters of debates and expert transcribers; temporary reporters of debates and expert transcribers; payments from Senate contingent fund
§ 127 Repealed.]
§ 127a Reimbursement of transportation expenses for employees in office of House Member
§ 127b Reimbursement of residential telecommunications expenses for House Members, officers, and employees
§ 130 Repealed.]
§ 130-1 Participation by House in interparliamentary institutions; reception of members of foreign legislative bodies and foreign officials; meetings with Government officials
§ 130-2 Office of Interparliamentary Affairs
§ 130a Nonpay status for Congressional employees studying under Congressional staff fellowships
§ 130b Jury and witness service by Senate and House employees
§ 130c Waiver by Secretary of Senate of claims of United States arising out of erroneous payments to Vice President, Senator, or Senate employee paid by Secretary of Senate
§ 130d Waiver by Speaker of House of claims of United States arising out of erroneous payments to officers or employees paid by Chief Administrative Officer of House
§ 130e Office of Congressional Accessibility Services
§ 130f Office of General Counsel of House; administrative provisions
§ 130g Support services for Senate during emergency; memorandum of understanding with an executive agency
§ 130h Support services for House during emergency; memorandum of understanding with an executive agency
§ 130i House of Representatives Office of Emergency Planning, Preparedness, and Operations
§ 130j Program to increase employment opportunities in House of Representatives for individuals with disabilities
§ 130k Emergency expenditures for meals, refreshments, and other support and maintenance
§ 130l Media support services
Chapter 5 - Library of Congress
§ 131 Collections composing Library; location
§ 132 Departments of Library
§ 132a Appropriations for increase of general library
§ 132a-1 Obligations for reimbursable and revolving fund activities; limitation
§ 132a-2 Furniture, furnishings, and office and library equipment; transfer of funds
§ 132b Joint Committee on the Library
§ 133 Joint Committee during recess of Congress
§ 134 Incidental expenses of law library
§ 135 Purchase of books for law library
§ 135a Books and sound-reproduction records for blind and other physically handicapped residents; annual appropriations; purchases
§ 135a-1 Library of musical scores, instructional texts, and other specialized materials for use of blind persons or other physically handicapped residents; authorization of appropriations
§ 135b Local and regional centers; preference to blind and other physically handicapped veterans; rules and regulations; authorization of appropriations
§ 136 Librarian of Congress; appointment; rules and regulations
§ 136a-2 Librarian of Congress and Deputy Librarian of Congress; compensation
§ 136b Omitted
§ 136c Authorized additional expenses and services for which Library of Congress salary appropriations are available
§ 137 Use and regulation of law library
§ 137c Withdrawal of books from Library of Congress
§ 138 Law library; hours kept open
§ 139 Omitted
§ 140 Employees; fitness
§ 141 Allocation of responsibilities for Library buildings and grounds
§ 141a Design, installation, and maintenance of security systems; transfer of responsibility
§ 141b Collections, physical security, control, and preservation of order and decorum within the library
§ 142 Omitted
§ 142a Office of administrative assistant and disbursing officer in Library of Congress abolished; transfer of duties to appointee of Librarian
§ 142b Certifying officers of the Library of Congress; accountability; relief by Comptroller General
§ 142c Enforcement of liability of certifying officers of Library of Congress
§ 142d Disbursing officer of the Library of Congress; disbursements in accordance with voucher; examination of vouchers; liability
§ 142e Disbursing Officer of the Library of Congress; disbursements for Congressional Budget Office, accountability; financial management support to Congressional Budget Office under agreement of Librarian of Congress and Director of Congressional Budget Office; Congressional Budget Office certifying officers: voucher certifications, accountability, relief by Comptroller General
§ 142f Office of Technology Assessment; disbursement of funds, computation and disbursement of basic pay, and provision of financial management support by Library of Congress
§ 142g Copyright Royalty Tribunal; computation and disbursement of pay of Tribunal personnel by Library of Congress
§ 142h Biomedical Ethics Board; disbursement of funds, computation and disbursement of basic pay, and provision of financial management services and support by Library of Congress
§ 142i United States Capitol Preservation Commission; provision of financial management services and support by Library of Congress
§ 142j John C. Stennis Center for Public Service Training and Development; disbursement of funds, computation and disbursement of basic pay, and provision of financial management services and support by Library of Congress; payment for services
§ 142k Library of Congress disbursing office; payroll processing functions
§ 142l Disbursing Officer of Library of Congress; disbursements for Office of Compliance; voucher certifications, accountability and relief by Comptroller General
§ 143 Appropriations for Library Building and Grounds
§ 143a Disbursement of funds
§ 143b Payments in advance for subscriptions or other charges
§ 143c Use of other library funds to make payments
§ 144 Copies of Statutes at Large
§ 145 Copies of journals and documents
§ 145a Periodical binding of printed hearings of committee testimony
§ 146 Deposit of Journals of Senate and House
§ 147 Repealed.]
§ 148 Repealed.]
§ 149 Transfer of books to other libraries
§ 150 Sale of copies of card indexes and other publications
§ 151 Smithsonian Library
§ 152 Care and use of Smithsonian Library
§ 153 Control of library of House of Representatives
§ 154 Library of Congress Trust Fund Board; members; quorum; seal; rules and regulations
§ 155 Compensation and expenses of Library of Congress Trust Fund Board
§ 156 Gifts, etc., to Library of Congress Trust Fund Board
§ 157 Funds of Library of Congress Trust Fund Board; management of
§ 158 Deposits by Library of Congress Trust Fund Board with Treasurer of United States
§ 158a Temporary possession of gifts of money or securities to Library of Congress; investment
§ 159 Perpetual succession and suits by or against Library of Congress Trust Fund Board
§ 160 Disbursement of gifts, etc., to Library
§ 161 Tax exemption of gifts, etc., to Library of Congress
§ 162 Compensation of Library of Congress employees
§ 162a Gross salary of Library of Congress employees
§ 162b Little Scholars Child Development Center; employee compensation and personnel matters
§ 163 Omitted
§ 164 Index and digest of State legislation; preparation
§ 164a Official distribution of State legislation index and digest
§ 165 Authorization for appropriation for biennial index
§ 166 Congressional Research Service
§ 167i Suspension of prohibitions against use of Library buildings and grounds
§ 167j Area comprising Library of Congress grounds; "buildings and grounds" defined
§ 168 Constitution of the United States; preparation and publication of revised edition; annotations; supplements; decennial editions and supplements
§ 168a Printing of Constitution Annotated as Senate documents
§ 168b Printing and distribution of additional copies of Constitution Annotated
§ 168c Printing and distribution of decennial editions and supplements to Constitution Annotated
§ 168d Authorization of appropriations for Constitution Annotated
§ 169 Positions in Library of Congress exempt from citizenship requirement
§ 170 American Television and Radio Archives
§ 171 Congressional declaration of findings and purpose as to Center for the Book
§ 172 Definitions
§ 173 Establishment of Center for the Book
§ 174 Function of Center for the Book
§ 175 Administrative provisions
§ 176 Mass Book Deacidification Facility; operation by Librarian of Congress
§ 177 Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry
§ 179l National Film Registry of Library of Congress
§ 179m Duties of Librarian of Congress
§ 179n National Film Preservation Board
§ 179o Responsibilities and powers of Board
§ 179p National Film Registry Collection of Library of Congress
§ 179q Seal of National Film Registry
§ 179r Remedies
§ 179s Limitations of remedies
§ 179t Staff of Board; experts and consultants
§ 179u Definitions
§ 179v Authorization of appropriations
§ 179w Effective date
§ 180 Legislative information retrieval system
§ 181 Program for exchange of information among legislative branch agencies
§ 182 Cooperative Acquisitions Program Revolving Fund
§ 182a Revolving fund for duplication services associated with audiovisual conservation center
§ 182b Revolving fund for gift shop, decimal classification, photo duplication, and related services
§ 182c Revolving fund for FEDLINK program and Federal Research program
§ 182d Audits by Comptroller General
§ 183 Written history of the House of Representatives
§ 183a Oral history of the House of Representatives
§ 184 Incorporation of digital collections into educational curricula
§ 185 Inspector General of the Library of Congress
Chapter 6 - Congressional and Committee Procedure; Investigations
§ 190 Repealed.]
§ 190a-3 Repealed.]
§ 190d Legislative review by standing committees of the Senate and the House of Representatives
§ 190e Repealed.]
§ 190f General appropriation bills
§ 190g Nonconsideration of certain private bills and resolutions
§ 190h Repealed.]
§ 190l Private claims pending before Congress; taking of testimony
§ 190m Subpoena for taking testimony; compensation of officers and witnesses; return of depositions
§ 191 Oaths to witnesses
§ 192 Refusal of witness to testify or produce papers
§ 193 Privilege of witnesses
§ 194 Certification of failure to testify or produce; grand jury action
§ 194a Request by Congressional committees to officers or employees of Federal departments, agencies, etc., concerned with foreign countries or multilateral organizations for expression of views and opinions
§ 194b Omitted
§ 195 Fees of witnesses in District of Columbia
§ 195a Restriction on payment of witness fees or travel and subsistence expenses to persons subpenaed by Congressional committees
§ 195b Fees for witnesses requested to appear before Majority Policy Committee or Minority Policy Committee
§ 196 Senate resolutions for investigations; limit of cost
§ 197 Compensation of employees
§ 198 Adjournment
§ 199 Member of commission, board, etc., appointed by President pro tempore of Senate; recommendation process; applicability
Chapter 8 - Federal Corrupt Practices
Chapter 9 - Office of Legislative Counsel
Subchapter I - Senate
§ 271 Establishment
§ 272 Legislative Counsel
§ 273 Compensation
§ 274 Staff; office equipment and supplies
§ 275 Functions
§ 276 Disbursement of appropriations
§ 276a Expenditures
§ 276b Travel and related expenses
§ 277 Repealed.]
Subchapter II - House of Representatives
Part I - Purpose, Policy, and Function
§ 281 Establishment
§ 281a Purpose and policy
§ 281b Functions
Part II - Administration
§ 282 Legislative Counsel
§ 282a Staff; Deputy Legislative Counsel; delegation of functions
§ 282b Compensation
§ 282c Expenditures
§ 282d Official mail matter
§ 282e Authorization of appropriations
Chapter 9A - Office of Law Revision Counsel
§ 285 Establishment
§ 285a Purpose and policy
§ 285b Functions
§ 285c Law Revision Counsel
§ 285d Staff; Deputy Law Revision Counsel; delegation of functions
§ 285e Compensation
§ 285f Expenditures
§ 285g Availability of applicable accounts of House
Chapter 9C - Office of Parliamentarian of House of Representatives
§ 287 Establishment
§ 287a Parliamentarian
§ 287b Staff; Deputy Parliamentarian; delegation of functions
§ 287c Compensation
§ 287d Expenditures
Chapter 9D - Office of Senate Legal Counsel
§ 288 Office of Senate Legal Counsel
§ 288a Senate Joint Leadership Group
§ 288b Requirements for authorizing representation activity
§ 288c Defending the Senate, committee, subcommittee, member, officer, or employee of Senate
§ 288d Enforcement of Senate subpena or order
§ 288e Intervention or appearance
§ 288f Immunity proceedings
§ 288g Advisory and other functions
§ 288h Defense of certain constitutional powers
§ 288i Representation conflict or inconsistency
§ 288j Consideration of resolutions to direct counsel
§ 288k Attorney General relieved of responsibility
§ 288l Procedural provisions
§ 288m Contingent fund
§ 288n Travel and related expenses
Chapter 10 - Classification of Employees of House of Representatives
§ 291 Congressional declaration of purpose
§ 292 Positions affected
§ 293 Compensation schedules
§ 294 Position standards and descriptions
§ 295 Placement of positions in compensation schedules
§ 296 Step increases; waiting periods; service in Armed Forces; automatic advancement
§ 297 Appointments and reclassifications to higher compensation levels
§ 298 Reductions in compensation level
§ 299 Repealed.]
§ 300 Establishment of positions; payment from applicable accounts
§ 301 Preservation of existing appointing authorities
§ 302 Regulations
§ 303 Dual compensation
Chapter 10A - Payroll Administration in House of Representatives
§ 331 Single per annum gross rates of pay for employees
§ 332 Repealed.]
§ 333 Single per annum gross rates of allowances for personal services in offices of Speaker, Leaders, and Whips
§ 333a Limits on uses of funds provided under section 333
§ 334 Repealed.]
§ 335 Obsolete references in existing law to basic pay rates
§ 336 Saving provision
Chapter 11 - Citizens Commission on Public Service and Compensation
§ 351 Establishment
§ 352 Membership
§ 353 Executive Director; additional personnel; detail of personnel of other agencies
§ 354 Use of United States mails
§ 355 Administrative support services
§ 356 Functions
§ 356a Omitted
§ 357 Report by Commission to President with respect to pay
§ 358 Recommendations of President with respect to pay
§ 359 Effective date of recommendations of President
§ 360 Effect of recommendations on existing law and prior recommendations
§ 361 Publication of recommendations
§ 362 Requirements applicable to recommendations
§ 363 Additional function
§ 364 Provision relating to certain other pay adjustments
Chapter 12 - Contested Elections
§ 381 Definitions
§ 382 Notice of contest
§ 383 Response of contestee
§ 384 Service and filing of papers other than notice of contest
§ 385 Default of contestee
§ 386 Deposition
§ 387 Notice of depositions
§ 388 Subpena for attendance at deposition
§ 389 Officer and witness fees
§ 390 Penalty for failure to appear, testify, or produce documents
§ 391 Certification and filing of depositions
§ 392 Record
§ 393 Filing of pleadings, motions, depositions, appendixes, briefs, and other papers
§ 394 Computation of time
§ 395 Death of contestant
§ 396 Allowance of party’s expenses
Chapter 14 - Federal Election Campaigns
Subchapter I - Disclosure of Federal Campaign Funds
§ 431 Definitions
§ 432 Organization of political committees
§ 433 Registration of political committees
§ 434 Reporting requirements
§ 437 Reports on convention financing
§ 437a Repealed.]
§ 437b Repealed.]
§ 437c Federal Election Commission
§ 437d Powers of Commission
§ 437e Repealed.]
§ 437f Advisory opinions
§ 437g Enforcement
§ 437h Judicial review
§ 438 Administrative provisions
§ 438a Maintenance of website of election reports
§ 439 Statements filed with State officers; "appropriate State" defined; duties of State officers; waiver of duplicate filing requirement for States with electronic access
§ 439a Use of contributed amounts for certain purposes
§ 439b Repealed.]
§ 439c Authorization of appropriations
§ 440 Repealed.]
§ 441 Repealed.]
§ 441a Limitations on contributions and expenditures
§ 441a-1 Modification of certain limits for House candidates in response to personal fund expenditures of opponents
§ 441b Contributions or expenditures by national banks, corporations, or labor organizations
§ 441c Contributions by government contractors
§ 441d Publication and distribution of statements and solicitations
§ 441e Contributions and donations by foreign nationals
§ 441f Contributions in name of another prohibited
§ 441g Limitation on contribution of currency
§ 441h Fraudulent misrepresentation of campaign authority
§ 441i Soft money of political parties
§ 441j Repealed.]
§ 441k Prohibition of contributions by minors
§ 442 Authority to procure technical support and other services and incur travel expenses; payment of such expenses
Subchapter II - General Provisions
§ 451 Extension of credit by regulated industries; regulations
§ 452 Prohibition against use of certain Federal funds for election activities
§ 453 State laws affected
§ 454 Partial invalidity
§ 455 Period of limitations
§ 456 Repealed.]
§ 457 Collection and use of conference fees
Chapter 15 - Office of Technology Assessment
§ 471 Congressional findings and declaration of purpose
§ 472 Office of Technology Assessment
§ 473 Technology Assessment Board
§ 474 Director of Office of Technology Assessment
§ 475 Powers of Office of Technology Assessment
§ 476 Technology Assessment Advisory Council
§ 477 Utilization of services of Library of Congress
§ 478 Utilization of the Government Accountability Office
§ 479 Coordination of activities with National Science Foundation
§ 480 Omitted
§ 481 Authorization of appropriations; availability of appropriations
Chapter 16 - Congressional Mailing Standards
§ 501 House Commission on Congressional Mailing Standards
§ 502 Select Committee on Standards and Conduct of the Senate
Chapter 17 - Congressional Budget Office
§ 601 Establishment
§ 602 Duties and functions
§ 603 Public access to budget data
§ 604 Omitted
§ 605 Sale or lease of property, supplies, or services
§ 606 Disposition of surplus or obsolete property
§ 607 Lump-sum payments for annual leave to separated employees
§ 608 Lump-sum payments to enhance staff recruitment and to reward exceptional performance
§ 609 Employee training
§ 610 Repayment of student loan on behalf of employee
§ 611 Employee development program
§ 612 Executive exchange program
Chapter 17A - Congressional Budget and Fiscal Operations
§ 621 Congressional declaration of purpose
§ 622 Definitions
§ 623 Continuing study of additional budget reform proposals
Subchapter I - Congressional Budget Process
§ 631 Timetable
§ 632 Annual adoption of concurrent resolution on the budget
§ 633 Committee allocations
§ 634 Concurrent resolution on the budget must be adopted before budget-related legislation is considered
§ 635 Permissible revisions of concurrent resolutions on the budget
§ 636 Provisions relating to consideration of concurrent resolutions on the budget
§ 637 Legislation dealing with Congressional budget must be handled by Budget Committees
§ 638 House committee action on all appropriation bills to be completed by June 10
§ 639 Reports, summaries, and projections of Congressional budget actions
§ 640 House approval of regular appropriation bills
§ 641 Reconciliation
§ 642 Budget-related legislation must be within appropriate levels
§ 643 Determinations and points of order
§ 644 Extraneous matter in reconciliation legislation
§ 645 Adjustments
§ 645a Effect of adoption of special order of business in House of Representatives
Subchapter II - Fiscal Procedures
Part A - General Provisions
§ 651 Budget-related legislation not subject to appropriations
§ 652 Repealed.]
§ 653 Analysis by Congressional Budget Office
§ 654 Study by Government Accountability Office of forms of Federal financial commitment not reviewed annually by Congress
§ 655 Off-budget agencies, programs, and activities
§ 656 Member User Group
Part B - Federal Mandates
§ 658 Definitions
§ 658a Exclusions
§ 658b Duties of Congressional committees
§ 658c Duties of Director; statements on bills and joint resolutions other than appropriations bills and joint resolutions
§ 658d Legislation subject to point of order
§ 658e Provisions relating to House of Representatives
§ 658f Requests to Congressional Budget Office from Senators
§ 658g Clarification of application
Subchapter III - Credit Reform
§ 661 Purposes
§ 661a Definitions
§ 661b OMB and CBO analysis, coordination, and review
§ 661c Budgetary treatment
§ 661d Authorizations
§ 661e Treatment of deposit insurance and agencies and other insurance programs
§ 661f Effect on other laws
Subchapter IV - Budget Agreement Enforcement Provisions
Subchapter I - Congressional Budget Process
§ 631 Timetable
§ 632 Annual adoption of concurrent resolution on the budget
§ 633 Committee allocations
§ 634 Concurrent resolution on the budget must be adopted before budget-related legislation is considered
§ 635 Permissible revisions of concurrent resolutions on the budget
§ 636 Provisions relating to consideration of concurrent resolutions on the budget
§ 637 Legislation dealing with Congressional budget must be handled by Budget Committees
§ 638 House committee action on all appropriation bills to be completed by June 10
§ 639 Reports, summaries, and projections of Congressional budget actions
§ 640 House approval of regular appropriation bills
§ 641 Reconciliation
§ 642 Budget-related legislation must be within appropriate levels
§ 643 Determinations and points of order
§ 644 Extraneous matter in reconciliation legislation
§ 645 Adjustments
§ 645a Effect of adoption of special order of business in House of Representatives
Subchapter II - Fiscal Procedures
Part A - General Provisions
§ 651 Budget-related legislation not subject to appropriations
§ 652 Repealed.]
§ 653 Analysis by Congressional Budget Office
§ 654 Study by Government Accountability Office of forms of Federal financial commitment not reviewed annually by Congress
§ 655 Off-budget agencies, programs, and activities
§ 656 Member User Group
Part B - Federal Mandates
§ 658 Definitions
§ 658a Exclusions
§ 658b Duties of Congressional committees
§ 658c Duties of Director; statements on bills and joint resolutions other than appropriations bills and joint resolutions
§ 658d Legislation subject to point of order
§ 658e Provisions relating to House of Representatives
§ 658f Requests to Congressional Budget Office from Senators
§ 658g Clarification of application
Subchapter III - Credit Reform
§ 661 Purposes
§ 661a Definitions
§ 661b OMB and CBO analysis, coordination, and review
§ 661c Budgetary treatment
§ 661d Authorizations
§ 661e Treatment of deposit insurance and agencies and other insurance programs
§ 661f Effect on other laws
Subchapter IV - Budget Agreement Enforcement Provisions
Subchapter I - Congressional Budget Process
§ 631 Timetable
§ 632 Annual adoption of concurrent resolution on the budget
§ 633 Committee allocations
§ 634 Concurrent resolution on the budget must be adopted before budget-related legislation is considered
§ 635 Permissible revisions of concurrent resolutions on the budget
§ 636 Provisions relating to consideration of concurrent resolutions on the budget
§ 637 Legislation dealing with Congressional budget must be handled by Budget Committees
§ 638 House committee action on all appropriation bills to be completed by June 10
§ 639 Reports, summaries, and projections of Congressional budget actions
§ 640 House approval of regular appropriation bills
§ 641 Reconciliation
§ 642 Budget-related legislation must be within appropriate levels
§ 643 Determinations and points of order
§ 644 Extraneous matter in reconciliation legislation
§ 645 Adjustments
§ 645a Effect of adoption of special order of business in House of Representatives
Subchapter II - Fiscal Procedures
Part A - General Provisions
§ 651 Budget-related legislation not subject to appropriations
§ 652 Repealed.]
§ 653 Analysis by Congressional Budget Office
§ 654 Study by Government Accountability Office of forms of Federal financial commitment not reviewed annually by Congress
§ 655 Off-budget agencies, programs, and activities
§ 656 Member User Group
Part B - Federal Mandates
§ 658 Definitions
§ 658a Exclusions
§ 658b Duties of Congressional committees
§ 658c Duties of Director; statements on bills and joint resolutions other than appropriations bills and joint resolutions
§ 658d Legislation subject to point of order
§ 658e Provisions relating to House of Representatives
§ 658f Requests to Congressional Budget Office from Senators
§ 658g Clarification of application
Subchapter III - Credit Reform
§ 661 Purposes
§ 661a Definitions
§ 661b OMB and CBO analysis, coordination, and review
§ 661c Budgetary treatment
§ 661d Authorizations
§ 661e Treatment of deposit insurance and agencies and other insurance programs
§ 661f Effect on other laws
Subchapter IV - Budget Agreement Enforcement Provisions
Subchapter I - Congressional Budget Process
§ 631 Timetable
§ 632 Annual adoption of concurrent resolution on the budget
§ 633 Committee allocations
§ 634 Concurrent resolution on the budget must be adopted before budget-related legislation is considered
§ 635 Permissible revisions of concurrent resolutions on the budget
§ 636 Provisions relating to consideration of concurrent resolutions on the budget
§ 637 Legislation dealing with Congressional budget must be handled by Budget Committees
§ 638 House committee action on all appropriation bills to be completed by June 10
§ 639 Reports, summaries, and projections of Congressional budget actions
§ 640 House approval of regular appropriation bills
§ 641 Reconciliation
§ 642 Budget-related legislation must be within appropriate levels
§ 643 Determinations and points of order
§ 644 Extraneous matter in reconciliation legislation
§ 645 Adjustments
§ 645a Effect of adoption of special order of business in House of Representatives
Subchapter II - Fiscal Procedures
Part A - General Provisions
§ 651 Budget-related legislation not subject to appropriations
§ 652 Repealed.]
§ 653 Analysis by Congressional Budget Office
§ 654 Study by Government Accountability Office of forms of Federal financial commitment not reviewed annually by Congress
§ 655 Off-budget agencies, programs, and activities
§ 656 Member User Group
Part B - Federal Mandates
§ 658 Definitions
§ 658a Exclusions
§ 658b Duties of Congressional committees
§ 658c Duties of Director; statements on bills and joint resolutions other than appropriations bills and joint resolutions
§ 658d Legislation subject to point of order
§ 658e Provisions relating to House of Representatives
§ 658f Requests to Congressional Budget Office from Senators
§ 658g Clarification of application
Subchapter III - Credit Reform
§ 661 Purposes
§ 661a Definitions
§ 661b OMB and CBO analysis, coordination, and review
§ 661c Budgetary treatment
§ 661d Authorizations
§ 661e Treatment of deposit insurance and agencies and other insurance programs
§ 661f Effect on other laws
Subchapter IV - Budget Agreement Enforcement Provisions
Chapter 17B - Impoundment Control
Subchapter I - General Provisions
§ 681 Disclaimer
Subchapter II - Congressional Consideration of Proposed Rescissions, Reservations, and Deferrals of Budget Authority
§ 682 Definitions
§ 683 Rescission of budget authority
§ 684 Proposed deferrals of budget authority
§ 685 Transmission of messages; publication
§ 686 Reports by Comptroller General
§ 687 Suits by Comptroller General
§ 688 Procedure in House of Representatives and Senate
Subchapter III - Line Item Veto
Chapter 19 - Congressional Award Program
Subchapter I - Congressional Award Program
§ 801 Establishment, etc., of Congressional Award Board
§ 802 Program
§ 803 Board organization
§ 804 Administration
§ 805 Regional award directors of program; appointment criteria
§ 806 Powers, functions, and limitations
§ 807 Audits and evaluation
§ 808 Termination
Subchapter II - Congressional Recognition for Excellence in Arts Education
Chapter 20 - Emergency Powers to Eliminate Budget Deficits
Subchapter I - Elimination of Deficits in Excess of Maximum Deficit Amount
§ 900 Statement of budget enforcement through sequestration; definitions
§ 901 Enforcing discretionary spending limits
§ 901a Repealed.]
§ 902 Enforcing pay-as-you-go
§ 903 Enforcing deficit targets
§ 904 Reports and orders
§ 905 Exempt programs and activities
§ 906 General and special sequestration rules
§ 907 The baseline
§ 907a Suspension in event of war or low growth
§ 907b Modification of Presidential order
§ 907c Flexibility among defense programs, projects, and activities
§ 907d Special reconciliation process
§ 908 Repealed.]
§ 909 Repealed.]
Subchapter II - Operation and Review
§ 921 Transferred
§ 922 Judicial review
Chapter 20A - Statutory Pay-as-you-go
§ 931 Purpose
§ 932 Definitions and applications
§ 933 PAYGO estimates and PAYGO scorecards
§ 934 Annual report and sequestration order
§ 935 Calculating a sequestration
§ 936 Adjustment for current policies
§ 937 Application of BBEDCA
§ 938 Determinations and points of order
§ 939 Limitation on changes to the Social Security Act
Chapter 22 - John C. Stennis Center for Public Service Training and Development
§ 1101 Congressional findings
§ 1102 Definitions
§ 1103 Establishment of John C. Stennis Center for Public Service Training and Development
§ 1104 Purposes and authority of Center
§ 1105 John C. Stennis Center for Public Service Development Trust Fund
§ 1106 Expenditures and audit of trust fund
§ 1107 Executive Director of Center
§ 1108 Administrative provisions
§ 1109 Authorization for appropriations
§ 1110 Appropriations
Chapter 23 - Government Employee Rights
§ 1219 Repealed.]
§ 1220 Transferred
§ 1221 Repealed.]
§ 1222 Repealed.]
Chapter 24 - Congressional Accountability
Subchapter I - General
§ 1301 Definitions
§ 1302 Application of laws
Subchapter II - Extension of Rights and Protections
Part A - Employment Discrimination, Family and Medical Leave, Fair Labor Standards, Employee Polygraph Protection, Worker Adjustment and Retraining, Employment and Reemployment of Veterans, and Intimidation
§ 1311 Rights and protections under title VII of Civil Rights Act of 1964, Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and title I of Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
§ 1312 Rights and protections under Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993
§ 1313 Rights and protections under Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938
§ 1314 Rights and protections under Employee Polygraph Protection Act of 1988
§ 1315 Rights and protections under Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act
§ 1316 Rights and protections relating to veterans’ employment and reemployment
§ 1316a Legislative branch appointments
§ 1317 Prohibition of intimidation or reprisal
Part B - Public Services and Accommodations Under Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990
§ 1331 Rights and protections under Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 relating to public services and accommodations; procedures for remedy of violations
Part C - Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970
§ 1341 Rights and protections under Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970; procedures for remedy of violations
Part D - Labor-management Relations
§ 1351 Application of chapter 71 of title 5 relating to Federal service labor-management relations; procedures for remedy of violations
Part E - General
§ 1361 Generally applicable remedies and limitations
Part F - Study
§ 1371 Study and recommendations regarding Government Accountability Office, Government Printing Office, and Library of Congress
Subchapter III - Office of Compliance
§ 1381 Establishment of Office of Compliance
§ 1382 Officers, staff, and other personnel
§ 1383 Procedural rules
§ 1384 Substantive regulations
§ 1385 Expenses
§ 1386 Disposition of surplus or obsolete personal property
Subchapter IV - Administrative and Judicial Dispute-resolution Procedures
§ 1401 Procedure for consideration of alleged violations
§ 1402 Counseling
§ 1403 Mediation
§ 1404 Election of proceeding
§ 1405 Complaint and hearing
§ 1406 Appeal to Board
§ 1407 Judicial review of Board decisions and enforcement
§ 1408 Civil action
§ 1409 Judicial review of regulations
§ 1410 Other judicial review prohibited
§ 1411 Effect of failure to issue regulations
§ 1412 Expedited review of certain appeals
§ 1413 Privileges and immunities
§ 1414 Settlement of complaints
§ 1415 Payments
§ 1416 Confidentiality
Subchapter V - Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 1431 Exercise of rulemaking powers
§ 1432 Political affiliation and place of residence
§ 1433 Nondiscrimination rules of House and Senate
§ 1434 Judicial branch coverage study
§ 1435 Savings provisions
§ 1436 Repealed.]
§ 1437 Sense of Senate regarding adoption of simplified and streamlined acquisition procedures for Senate acquisitions
§ 1438 Severability
Chapter 25 - Unfunded Mandates Reform
§ 1501 Purposes
§ 1502 Definitions
§ 1503 Exclusions
§ 1504 Agency assistance
Subchapter I - Legislative Accountability and Reform
§ 1511 Cost of regulations
§ 1512 Consideration for Federal funding
§ 1513 Impact on local governments
§ 1514 Enforcement in House of Representatives
§ 1515 Exercise of rulemaking powers
§ 1516 Authorization of appropriations
Subchapter II - Regulatory Accountability and Reform
§ 1531 Regulatory process
§ 1532 Statements to accompany significant regulatory actions
§ 1533 Small government agency plan
§ 1534 State, local, and tribal government input
§ 1535 Least burdensome option or explanation required
§ 1536 Assistance to Congressional Budget Office
§ 1537 Pilot program on small government flexibility
§ 1538 Annual statements to Congress on agency compliance
Subchapter III - Review of Federal Mandates
§ 1551 Baseline study of costs and benefits
§ 1552 Report on Federal mandates by Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations
§ 1553 Special authorities of Advisory Commission
§ 1554 Annual report to Congress regarding Federal court rulings
§ 1555 "Federal mandate" defined
§ 1556 Authorization of appropriations
Subchapter IV - Judicial Review
§ 1571 Judicial review
Subchapter I - Legislative Accountability and Reform
§ 1511 Cost of regulations
§ 1512 Consideration for Federal funding
§ 1513 Impact on local governments
§ 1514 Enforcement in House of Representatives
§ 1515 Exercise of rulemaking powers
§ 1516 Authorization of appropriations
Subchapter II - Regulatory Accountability and Reform
§ 1531 Regulatory process
§ 1532 Statements to accompany significant regulatory actions
§ 1533 Small government agency plan
§ 1534 State, local, and tribal government input
§ 1535 Least burdensome option or explanation required
§ 1536 Assistance to Congressional Budget Office
§ 1537 Pilot program on small government flexibility
§ 1538 Annual statements to Congress on agency compliance
Subchapter III - Review of Federal Mandates
§ 1551 Baseline study of costs and benefits
§ 1552 Report on Federal mandates by Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations
§ 1553 Special authorities of Advisory Commission
§ 1554 Annual report to Congress regarding Federal court rulings
§ 1555 "Federal mandate" defined
§ 1556 Authorization of appropriations
Subchapter IV - Judicial Review
§ 1571 Judicial review
Subchapter I - Legislative Accountability and Reform
§ 1511 Cost of regulations
§ 1512 Consideration for Federal funding
§ 1513 Impact on local governments
§ 1514 Enforcement in House of Representatives
§ 1515 Exercise of rulemaking powers
§ 1516 Authorization of appropriations
Subchapter II - Regulatory Accountability and Reform
§ 1531 Regulatory process
§ 1532 Statements to accompany significant regulatory actions
§ 1533 Small government agency plan
§ 1534 State, local, and tribal government input
§ 1535 Least burdensome option or explanation required
§ 1536 Assistance to Congressional Budget Office
§ 1537 Pilot program on small government flexibility
§ 1538 Annual statements to Congress on agency compliance
Subchapter III - Review of Federal Mandates
§ 1551 Baseline study of costs and benefits
§ 1552 Report on Federal mandates by Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations
§ 1553 Special authorities of Advisory Commission
§ 1554 Annual report to Congress regarding Federal court rulings
§ 1555 "Federal mandate" defined
§ 1556 Authorization of appropriations
Subchapter IV - Judicial Review
§ 1571 Judicial review
Subchapter I - Legislative Accountability and Reform
§ 1511 Cost of regulations
§ 1512 Consideration for Federal funding
§ 1513 Impact on local governments
§ 1514 Enforcement in House of Representatives
§ 1515 Exercise of rulemaking powers
§ 1516 Authorization of appropriations
Subchapter II - Regulatory Accountability and Reform
§ 1531 Regulatory process
§ 1532 Statements to accompany significant regulatory actions
§ 1533 Small government agency plan
§ 1534 State, local, and tribal government input
§ 1535 Least burdensome option or explanation required
§ 1536 Assistance to Congressional Budget Office
§ 1537 Pilot program on small government flexibility
§ 1538 Annual statements to Congress on agency compliance
Subchapter III - Review of Federal Mandates
§ 1551 Baseline study of costs and benefits
§ 1552 Report on Federal mandates by Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations
§ 1553 Special authorities of Advisory Commission
§ 1554 Annual report to Congress regarding Federal court rulings
§ 1555 "Federal mandate" defined
§ 1556 Authorization of appropriations
Subchapter IV - Judicial Review
§ 1571 Judicial review
Chapter 26 - Disclosure of Lobbying Activities
§ 1601 Findings
§ 1602 Definitions
§ 1603 Registration of lobbyists
§ 1604 Reports by registered lobbyists
§ 1605 Disclosure and enforcement
§ 1606 Penalties
§ 1607 Rules of construction
§ 1608 Severability
§ 1609 Identification of clients and covered officials
§ 1610 Estimates based on tax reporting system
§ 1611 Exempt organizations
§ 1612 Sense of Senate that lobbying expenses should remain nondeductible
§ 1613 Prohibition on provision of gifts or travel by registered lobbyists to Members of Congress and to congressional employees
§ 1614 Annual audits and reports by Comptroller General
Chapter 27 - Sound Recording Preservation by the Library of Congress
Subchapter I - National Recording Registry
§ 1701 National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress
§ 1702 Duties of Librarian of Congress
§ 1703 Seal of the National Recording Registry
§ 1704 National Recording Registry Collection of the Library of Congress
Subchapter II - National Sound Recording Preservation Program
§ 1711 Establishment of program by Librarian of Congress
§ 1712 Promoting accessibility and public awareness of sound recordings
Subchapter III - National Recording Preservation Board
§ 1721 Establishment
§ 1722 Appointment of members
§ 1723 Service of members; meetings
§ 1724 Responsibilities of Board
§ 1725 General powers of Board
Subchapter IV - General Provisions
§ 1741 Definitions
§ 1742 Staff; experts and consultants
§ 1743 Authorization of appropriations
Chapter 28 - Architect of the Capitol
Subchapter I - General
§ 1801 Appointment
§ 1802 Compensation
§ 1803 Delegation of authority
§ 1804 Deputy Architect of the Capitol to act in case of absence, disability, or vacancy
§ 1805 Deputy Architect of the Capitol/Chief Operating Officer
§ 1806 Repealed.]
§ 1807 Repealed.]
§ 1808 Inspector General of the Architect of the Capitol
Subchapter II - General Powers and Duties
§ 1811 Powers and duties
§ 1812 Care and superintendence of Capitol
§ 1813 Exterior of Capitol
§ 1814 Repairs of Capitol
§ 1815 Repealed.]
§ 1816 Construction contracts
§ 1816a Design-build contracts
§ 1816b Architect of the Capitol, authority for personal services contracts with legal entities
§ 1817 Transfer of discontinued apparatus to other branches
§ 1817a Disposition of surplus or obsolete personal property
§ 1818 Rental or lease of storage space
§ 1819 Computer backup facilities for legislative offices
§ 1820 Acquisition of real property for Capitol Police
§ 1821 Small purchase contracting authority
§ 1822 Leasing of space
§ 1823 Acquisition of real property for Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper of the Senate
§ 1823a Acquisition of real property for Library of Congress
§ 1824 Energy and environmental measures in Capitol Complex Master Plan
§ 1825 Repealed.]
§ 1826 Easements for rights-of-way
§ 1827 Support and maintenance during emergencies
Subchapter III - Personnel
Part A - General
§ 1831 Human resources program
§ 1832 Assignment and reassignment of personnel
§ 1833 Lighting, heating, and ventilating House of Representatives
§ 1834 Heating and ventilating Senate wing
Part B - Compensation
§ 1841 Single per annum gross rates of pay
§ 1842 Conversion of existing pay rates
§ 1843 Obsolete references
§ 1844 Savings provisions
§ 1845 Effect on existing law
§ 1846 Exemptions
§ 1847 Authorization to fix basic rate of compensation for certain positions
§ 1848 Compensation of certain positions in Office of Architect of the Capitol
§ 1849 Compensation of certain positions under jurisdiction of Architect of the Capitol
§ 1850 Compensation of registered nurses
§ 1851 Gratuities for survivors of deceased employees
§ 1852 Withholding and remittance of State income tax
Subchapter IV - Appropriations and Expenditures
§ 1861 Appropriations under control of Architect of the Capitol
§ 1862 Transfer of funds
§ 1863 Funds out of Contingent Expenses, Architect of the Capitol Appropriation
§ 1864 Funds out of Capitol Buildings, Architect of the Capitol Appropriation
§ 1865 Capitol Police Buildings and Grounds Account
§ 1866 Certification of vouchers
§ 1867 Advancement and reimbursement of expenses for flying American flags and providing certification services therefor
§ 1868 Semiannual compilation and report of expenditures
§ 1869 Advance payments
§ 1870 House Historic Buildings Revitalization Trust Fund
Chapter 29 - Capitol Police
Subchapter I - Organization and Administration
Part A - General
§ 1901 Establishment; officer appointments
§ 1902 Compensation of Chief
§ 1903 Chief Administrative Officer
§ 1904 Certifying officers
§ 1905 Deposit and use of reimbursements for law enforcement assistance
§ 1905a Reimbursement for salaries paid for service at Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
§ 1906 Disposal of surplus property
§ 1907 Transfer of disbursing function
§ 1908 Legal representation authority
§ 1909 Inspector General for the United States Capitol Police
§ 1910 Report of disbursements
§ 1911 General Counsel to the Chief of Police and the United States Capitol Police
Part B - Compensation and Other Personnel Matters
§ 1921 Repealed.]
§ 1921a Sole and exclusive authority of Board and Chief to determine rates of pay
§ 1922 Unified payroll administration
§ 1923 Unified schedules of rates of basic pay and leave system
§ 1924 Repealed.]
§ 1925 Repealed.]
§ 1926 Educational assistance program for employees
§ 1927 Bonuses, retention allowances, and additional compensation
§ 1928 Repealed.]
§ 1929 Repealed.]
§ 1930 Applicable pay rate upon appointment
§ 1931 Additional compensation for employees with specialty assignments and proficiencies
§ 1932 Application of premium pay limits on annualized basis
§ 1933 Clarification of authorities regarding certain personnel benefits
Part C - Uniform and Arms
§ 1941 Uniform
§ 1942 Uniform to display United States flag or colors
§ 1943 Repealed.]
§ 1944 Wearing uniform on duty
Part D - United States Capitol Police Memorial Fund
§ 1951 Establishment of United States Capitol Police Memorial Fund
§ 1952 Payments from Fund for families of Detective Gibson and Private First Class Chestnut
§ 1953 Tax treatment of Fund
§ 1954 Administration by Capitol Police Board
Subchapter II - Powers and Duties
§ 1961 Policing of Capitol Buildings and Grounds
§ 1962 Detail of police
§ 1963 Protection of grounds
§ 1964 Security systems for Capitol buildings and grounds
§ 1965 Maintenance of security systems for Capitol buildings and grounds
§ 1966 Protection of Members of Congress, officers of Congress, and members of their families
§ 1967 Law enforcement authority
§ 1968 Citation release
§ 1969 Regulation of traffic by Capitol Police Board
§ 1970 Assistance by Executive departments and agencies
§ 1971 Contributions of meals and refreshments during emergency duty
§ 1972 Contributions of comfort and other incidental items and services during emergency duty
§ 1973 Support and maintenance expenditures during emergency duty
§ 1974 Capitol Police special officers
§ 1975 Overseas travel
§ 1976 Acceptance of donations of animals
§ 1977 Settlement and payment of tort claims
§ 1978 Deployment outside of jurisdiction
§ 1979 Release of security information
§ 1980 Mounted horse unit
§ 1981 Advance payments
Chapter 30 - Operation and Maintenance of Capitol Complex
Subchapter I - House of Representatives
§ 2001 House Office Building; control, supervision, and care
§ 2002 Acquisition of buildings and facilities for use in emergency situation
§ 2003 Speaker as member of House Office Building commission
§ 2004 Assignment of rooms in House Office Building
§ 2005 Vacant rooms; assignment to Representatives
§ 2006 Withdrawal by Representative of request for vacant rooms
§ 2007 Exchange of rooms
§ 2008 Record of assignment of rooms
§ 2009 Assignment of rooms to Commissioner from Puerto Rico
§ 2010 Assignment of rooms; control of by House
§ 2011 Assignment of unoccupied space
§ 2012 Furniture for House of Representatives
Subchapter II - Senate
§ 2021 Additional Senate office building
§ 2022 Acquisition of buildings and facilities for use in emergency situation
§ 2023 Control, care, and supervision of Senate Office Building
§ 2024 Assignment of space in Senate Office Building
§ 2025 Senate Garage
Subchapter III - Restaurants
§ 2041 House of Representatives restaurant, cafeteria, and food services
§ 2042 Senate Restaurants; management by Architect of the Capitol
§ 2043 Authorization and direction to effectuate purposes of sections 2042 to 2047 of this title
§ 2044 Special deposit account
§ 2045 Deposits and disbursements under special deposit account
§ 2046 Bond of Architect, Assistant Architect, and other employees
§ 2047 Supersedure of prior provisions for maintenance and operation of Senate Restaurants
§ 2048 Repealed.]
§ 2049 Loans for Senate Restaurants
§ 2050 Transfer of appropriations for management personnel and miscellaneous restaurant expenses to special deposit account
§ 2051 Continued benefits for certain Senate Restaurants employees
Subchapter IV - Child Care
§ 2061 Designation of play areas on Capitol grounds for children attending day care center
§ 2062 House of Representatives Child Care Center
§ 2063 Senate Employee Child Care Center
§ 2064 Senate Employee Child Care Center employee benefits
§ 2065 Reimbursement of Senate day care center employees
Subchapter V - Historical Preservation and Fine Arts
Part A - United States Capitol Preservation Commission
§ 2081 United States Capitol Preservation Commission
§ 2082 Authority of Commission to accept gifts and conduct other transactions relating to works of fine art and other property
§ 2083 Capitol Preservation Fund
§ 2084 Audits by the Comptroller General
§ 2085 Advisory boards
§ 2086 Definition
Part B - Senate Commission on Art
§ 2101 Senate Commission on Art
§ 2102 Duties of Commission
§ 2103 Supervision and maintenance of Old Senate Chamber
§ 2104 Publication of list of works of art, historical objects, and exhibits
§ 2105 Authorization of appropriations
§ 2106 Repealed.]
§ 2107 Conservation, restoration, replication, or replacement of items in United States Senate Collection
§ 2108 Provisions relating to Senate Commission on Art
Part C - House of Representatives Fine Arts Board
§ 2121 House of Representatives Fine Arts Board
§ 2122 Acceptance of gifts on behalf of the House of Representatives
Part D - Miscellaneous
§ 2131 National Statuary Hall
§ 2131a Eligibility for placement of statues in National Statuary Hall
§ 2132 Replacement of statue in Statuary Hall
§ 2133 Acceptance and supervision of works of fine arts
§ 2134 Art exhibits
§ 2135 Private studios and works of art
Subchapter VI - Botanic Garden and National Garden
§ 2141 Supervision of Botanic Garden
§ 2142 Superintendent of Botanic Garden and greenhouses
§ 2143 Utilization of personnel by Architect of the Capitol for maintenance and operation of Botanic Garden
§ 2144 Disbursement of appropriations for Botanic Garden
§ 2145 Restriction on use of appropriation for Botanic Garden
§ 2146 National Garden
§ 2147 Plant material exchanges
Subchapter VII - Other Entities and Services
§ 2161 John W. McCormack Residential Page School
§ 2162 Capitol Power Plant
§ 2162a Promoting maximum efficiency in operation of Capitol Power Plant
§ 2163 Capitol Grounds shuttle service
§ 2164 Transportation of House Pages by Capitol Grounds shuttle service
§ 2165 Repealed.]
§ 2166 Repealed.]
§ 2167 Congressional Award Youth Park
§ 2168 Memorandum of understanding for provision of services of the United States Capitol telephone exchange for the House
§ 2169 Capitol complex E85 refueling station
Subchapter VIII - Miscellaneous
§ 2181 Assignment of space for meetings of joint committees, conference committees, etc.
§ 2182 Use of space formerly occupied by Library of Congress
§ 2183 Protection of buildings and property
§ 2184 Purchase of furniture or carpets for House or Senate
§ 2185 Estimates for improvements in grounds
Chapter 31 - Capitol Visitor Center
Subchapter I - In General
§ 2201 Designation of facility as Capitol Visitor Center; purposes of facility; treatment of the Capitol Visitor Center
§ 2202 Designation and naming within the Capitol Visitor Center
§ 2203 Use of the Emancipation Hall of the Capitol Visitor Center
Subchapter II - Office of the Capitol Visitor Center
§ 2211 Establishment
§ 2212 Appointment and supervision of Chief Executive Officer for Visitor Services
§ 2213 General duties of Chief Executive Officer
§ 2214 Assistant to the Chief Executive Officer
§ 2215 Gift Shop
§ 2216 Food service operations
Subchapter III - Capitol Visitor Center Revolving Fund
§ 2231 Establishment and accounts
§ 2232 Deposits in the Fund
§ 2233 Use of monies
§ 2234 Administration of Fund
Subchapter IV - Capitol Guide Service and Office of Congressional Accessibility Services
Part A - Capitol Guide Service
§ 2241 Transfer of Capitol Guide Service
§ 2242 Duties of employees of Capitol Guide Service
Part B - Office of Congressional Accessibility Services
§ 2251 Office of Congressional Accessibility Services
§ 2252 Transfer from Capitol Guide Service
Part C - Transfer Date
§ 2261 Transfer date
Subchapter V - Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 2271 Jurisdictions unaffected
§ 2272 Acceptance of volunteer services
§ 2273 Coins treated as gifts
Subchapter VI - Authorization of Appropriations
§ 2281 Authorization of appropriations