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Title 33 - Navigation and Navigable Waters

Chapter 1 - Navigable Waters Generally
Subchapter I - General Provisions
§ 1 Regulations by Secretary of the Army for navigation of waters generally
§ 2 Regulations for navigation of South and Southwest Passes of Mississippi River; penalties
§ 3 Regulations to prevent injuries from target practice
§ 4 Water gauges on Mississippi River and tributaries
§ 5 Abolition of tolls on Government canals, canalized rivers, etc.; expense of operation, repairs to and reconstruction of canals, etc.; Panama Canal excepted; levies by non-Federal interest
§ 6 Free passage to harbor of Michigan City, Indiana
§ 7 Use of Government iron pier in Delaware Bay
§ 8 Toll free rivers in Alabama
§ 9 Des Moines River as toll free
§ 10 Waters in Louisiana Purchase as public highways
§ 11 Authority for compact between Middle Northwest States as to jurisdiction of offenses committed on boundary waters
§ 12 Port Arthur Ship Canal
Subchapter II - Waters Declared Nonnavigable: Change of Name
§ 21 Bayou Cocodrie, Louisiana
§ 22 Bayou Meto, Arkansas
§ 23 Bear Creek, Mississippi
§ 24 Big Tarkio River, Missouri
§ 25 Cache River, Arkansas
§ 26 Calumet River, Cook County, Illinois, old channel
§ 26a Additional portion of Calumet River, old channel, abandoned as navigable water
§ 26b Portion of Calumet River, Chicago, as nonnavigable stream
§ 27 Chicago River at Chicago, Illinois
§ 27a Chicago River, West Fork of South Branch
§ 27b Chicago River, West arm of South Fork of South Branch
§ 28 Crum River; old channel at mouth, Delaware Bay
§ 29 Cuivre River, Missouri
§ 29a East River, Wisconsin
§ 30 Grand River, Missouri, above Brunswick
§ 31 Iowa River, Iowa, above Toolsboro
§ 32 Lake George, Mississippi
§ 33 Little River, Arkansas, from Big Lake to Marked Tree
§ 34 Mill Slough, Oregon
§ 35 Mississippi River, West Channel, opposite La Crosse, Wisconsin
§ 36 Mosquito Creek, South Carolina
§ 37 Nodaway River, Missouri
§ 38 Oklawaha River, Florida; Kyle and Young Canal and "Morrison Landing extension" substituted
§ 39 Ollala Slough, Oregon
§ 40 One Hundred and Two River, Missouri
§ 41 Osage River, Missouri
§ 42 Platte River, Missouri
§ 43 Saint Marys River, Ohio and Indiana
§ 44 Sturgeon Bay, Illinois
§ 45 Swan Creek, Toledo, Ohio
§ 46 Tchula Lake, Mississippi
§ 47 Eagle Lake, Louisiana-Mississippi
§ 48 Noxubee River, Mississippi
§ 49 Bayou Saint John in New Orleans
§ 50 Turtle Bay and Turtle Bayou, Texas
§ 51 Scajaquada Creek, New York
§ 52 Park River, Connecticut
§ 53 Benton Harbor Canal, Michigan
§ 53a Additional portion of Benton Harbor Canal, abandoned as navigable water
§ 54 Burr Creek, Bridgeport, Connecticut
§ 55 Bayou Savage (or Chantilly) in New Orleans
§ 56 Fort Point Channel and South Bay, Boston, Massachusetts
§ 57 Pike Creek, Wisconsin
§ 58 Acushnet River section of New Bedford and Fairhaven Harbor, Massachusetts
§ 59 West River in West Haven, Connecticut
§ 59a Back Cove, Portland, Maine
§ 59b Bayous Terrebonne and LeCarpe, Louisiana
§ 59c East River, New York
§ 59c-1 East and Hudson Rivers, New York
§ 59c-2 East River, New York
§ 59c-3 Queens County, New York
§ 59d River Raisin, Michigan
§ 59e Bayou Lafourche, Louisiana
§ 59e-1 Additional portion of Bayou Lafourche, Louisiana
§ 59f Boston Inner Harbor and Fort Point Channel, Massachusetts
§ 59g Steele and Washington Bayous, and Lake Washington, Mississippi
§ 59h Northern Embarcadero area, San Francisco, California
§ 59h-1 San Francisco, California, waterfront area
§ 59i Patapsco River, Maryland
§ 59j Delaware River, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania; permanent structures
§ 59j-1 Declaration of nonnavigability for portions of the Delaware River
§ 59k Wicomico River, Maryland
§ 59l Nonapplicability of prohibitions and provisions for review and approval concerning wharves and piers
§ 59m Lake Oswego, Oregon; Lake Coeur d’Alene, Idaho; and Lake George, New York
§ 59n Hudson River, Hudson County, New Jersey
§ 59n-1 Caven Point, New Jersey
§ 59o Hackensack River, Hudson County, New Jersey
§ 59p Kenduskeag Stream, Penobscot County, Maine
§ 59q Erie Basin, Buffalo Harbor, New York
§ 59q-1 Union Canal, Outer Buffalo Harbor, New York
§ 59r Trent River, Craven County, North Carolina
§ 59s Green River, Washington
§ 59t Burnham Canal, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
§ 59u Lawyer’s Ditch, Essex County, New Jersey
§ 59v Middle River, Maryland
§ 59w Norton Basin and Jamaica Bay, New York
§ 59x Exemption from General Bridge Act of 1946
§ 59y Declaration of nonnavigability for portions of Coney Island Creek and Gravesend Bay, New York
§ 59z Declaration of nonnavigability of bodies of water in Ridgefield, New Jersey
§ 59aa Nonnavigability of Wisconsin River
§ 59bb Declaration of nonnavigability for portions of Lake Erie
§ 59bb-1 Declaration of nonnavigability for Lake Erie, New York
§ 59cc Declaration of nonnavigability of portion of Hudson River, New York
§ 59dd Declaration of nonnavigability of portions of Cleveland Harbor, Ohio
§ 59ee Portion of Sacramento River Barge Canal declared to not be navigable waters of United States
§ 59ee-1 Declaration of nonnavigability for portion of Sacramento Deep Water Ship Channel
§ 59ff Declaration of nonnavigability for portions of Pelican Island, Texas
§ 59gg Declaration of nonnavigability for portions of Cuyahoga County, Ohio
§ 59hh Declaration of nonnavigability for portion of Pelican Island, Texas
§ 59ii Declaration of nonnavigability of a portion of the canal known as the James River and Kanawha Canal in Richmond, Virginia
§ 59jj Designation of nonnavigability for portions of Gloucester County, New Jersey
§ 59kk Wateree River
Chapter 2 - International Rules for Navigation At Sea
§ 121 Repealed.]
§ 131 Repealed.]
§ 141 Repealed.]
§ 142 Repealed.]
§ 144 Repealed.]
Chapter 3 - Navigation Rules for Harbors, Rivers, and Inland Waters Generally
Subchapter I - Preliminary
§ 151 High seas and inland waters demarcation lines
§ 152 Regulation of length of towlines
§ 153 Penalty for use of unlawful towline
§ 154 Repealed.]
Subchapter II - Rules Concerning Lights, Etc.
Subchapter III - Sound Signals for Fog, Etc.; Speed
Subchapter IV - Steering and Sailing Rules and Signals
Subchapter V - No Vessel Under Any Circumstances to Neglect Proper Precautions
Subchapter VI - Distress Signals
§ 231 Repealed.]
Subchapter VII - Orders
§ 232 Repealed.]
Chapter 4 - Navigation Rules for Great Lakes and Their Connecting and Tributary Waters
Subchapter I - Preliminary
Subchapter II - Rules Concerning Lights, Etc.
Subchapter III - Sound Signals for Fog, Etc.; Speed
Subchapter IV - Steering and Sailing Rules
Subchapter V - Orders
§ 294 Repealed.]
Subchapter VI - Vessels Not Under Way
§ 295 Repealed.]
Chapter 5 - Navigation Rules for Red River of the North and Rivers Emptying Into Gulf of Mexico and Tributaries
Subchapter I - Preliminary
Subchapter II - Rules Concerning Lights
Subchapter III - Sound Signals for Fog, Etc.
§ 331 Repealed.]
Subchapter IV - Steering and Sailing Rules
Subchapter V - Orders
§ 352 Repealed.]
Subchapter VI - Miscellaneous Provisions
Chapter 7 - Regulations for the Suppression of Piracy
§ 381 Use of public vessels to suppress piracy
§ 382 Seizure of piratical vessels generally
§ 383 Resistance of pirates by merchant vessels
§ 384 Condemnation of piratical vessels
§ 385 Seizure and condemnation of vessels fitted out for piracy
§ 386 Commissioning private vessels for seizure of piratical vessels
§ 387 Duties of officers of customs and marshals as to seizure
Chapter 8 - Summary Trials for Certain Offenses Against Navigation Laws
§ 391 Summary trials authorized
§ 392 Complaint and answer; jury trial
§ 393 Amendments of complaint and adjournments
§ 394 Challenge to jurors
§ 395 Limit of sentence
§ 396 Recovery of penalties and forfeitures generally
Chapter 9 - Protection of Navigable Waters and of Harbor and River Improvements Generally
Subchapter I - In General
§ 401 Construction of bridges, causeways, dams or dikes generally; exemptions
§ 402 Construction of bridges, etc., over Illinois and Mississippi Canal
§ 403 Obstruction of navigable waters generally; wharves; piers, etc.; excavations and filling in
§ 403a Creation or continuance of obstruction of navigable waters
§ 403b Lighting at docks and boat launching facilities
§ 404 Establishment of harbor lines; conditions to grants for extension of piers, etc.
§ 405 Establishment and modification of harbor lines on Potomac and Anacostia Rivers
§ 406 Penalty for wrongful construction of bridges, piers, etc.; removal of structures
§ 407 Deposit of refuse in navigable waters generally
§ 407a Deposit of debris of mines and stamp works
§ 408 Taking possession of, use of, or injury to harbor or river improvements
§ 409 Obstruction of navigable waters by vessels; floating timber; marking and removal of sunken vessels
§ 410 Exception as to floating loose timber, sack rafts, etc.; violation of regulations; penalty
§ 411 Penalty for wrongful deposit of refuse; use of or injury to harbor improvements, and obstruction of navigable waters generally
§ 412 Liability of masters, pilots, etc., and of vessels engaged in violations
§ 413 Duty of United States attorneys and other Federal officers in enforcement of provisions; arrest of offenders
§ 414 Removal by Secretary of the Army of sunken water craft generally; liability of owner, lessee, or operator
§ 415 Summary removal of water craft obstructing navigation; liability of owner, lessee, or operator
§ 416 Appropriations for removal of sunken water craft
§ 417 Expenses of investigations by Department of the Army
§ 418 Provisions for protection of New York Harbor unaffected
§ 419 Regulation by Secretary governing transportation and dumping of dredgings, refuse, etc., into navigable waters; oyster lands; appropriations
§ 419a Management practices to extend capacity and useful life of dredged material disposal areas
§ 420 Piers and cribs on Mississippi and St. Croix Rivers
§ 421 Deposit of refuse, etc., in Lake Michigan near Chicago
§ 422 Modification and extension of harbor lines at Chicago
§ 423 Establishment of pierhead and bulkhead lines in Wilmington Harbor, California
§ 424 Establishment of pierhead or bulkhead lines in Newport Harbor, California
§ 424a Modification of harbor lines in Newport Harbor, California
§ 425 Omitted
§ 426 Investigations concerning erosion of shores of coastal and lake waters
§ 426-1 Coastal Engineering Research Center; establishment; powers and functions
§ 426-2 Board on Coastal Engineering Research
§ 426-3 Transfer of functions of Beach Erosion Board
§ 426a Additional investigations concerning erosion of shores of coastal and lake waters; payment of costs; "shores" defined
§ 426b Applicability of existing laws; projects referred to Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors
§ 426c Report by Coastal Engineering Research Center
§ 426d Payment of expenses
§ 426e Federal aid in protection of shores
§ 426e-1 Shore protection projects
§ 426f Reimbursements
§ 426g Storm and hurricane restoration and impact minimization program
§ 426g-1 State and regional plans
§ 426h Repealed.]
§ 426h-1 Definitions
§ 426i Shore damage prevention or mitigation
§ 426i-1 Construction of shoreline protection projects by non-Federal interests
§ 426i-2 National coastal data bank
§ 426j Repealed.]
§ 426k Five year demonstration program to temporarily increase diversion of water from Lake Michigan at Chicago, Illinois
§ 426l Protection of Lake Ontario
§ 426m Collection and removal of drift and debris from publicly maintained commercial boat harbors and adjacent land and water areas
§ 426n Technical assistance to States and local governments; cost sharing
§ 426o Great Lakes material disposal
§ 426o-1 Great Lakes dredging levels adjustment
§ 426o-2 Great Lakes navigation and protection
§ 426p Corps of Engineers
Subchapter II - Oil Pollution of Coastal Waters
Subchapter III - New York Harbor, Harbor of Hampton Roads, and Harbor of Baltimore
§ 441 Deposit of refuse prohibited; penalty
§ 442 Liability of officers of towing vessel
§ 443 Permit for dumping; penalty for taking or towing boat or scow without permit
§ 444 Dumping at other place than designated dumping grounds; penalty; person liable; excuses for deviation
§ 445 Equipment and marking of boats or scows
§ 446 Inspectors; appointment, powers, and duties
§ 447 Bribery of inspector; penalty
§ 448 Return of permit; penalty for failure to return
§ 449 Disposition of dredged matter; persons liable; penalty
§ 450 Liability of vessel
§ 451 Supervisor of harbor; appointment and duties
§ 451a Harbors subject to this subchapter
§ 451b Waters included within subchapter
§ 452 Taking shellfish or otherwise interfering with navigation in New York Harbor channels; penalty; arrest and procedure
§ 453 Regulations for navigation of Ambrose Channel; exclusion of tows and sailing vessels
§ 454 Consent of Congress to obstruction of waters by New York City
Subchapter IV - Potomac River and Tributaries in District of Columbia
Subchapter V - Navigable Waters of Maryland
§ 465 Authority to dredge; riparian rights of United States
Subchapter VI - Water Pollution Control
§ 466g-1 Controversies involving construction or application of interstate compacts and pollution of waters
Subchapter VII - Dam Inspection Program
§ 467 Definitions
§ 467a Inspection of dams
§ 467b Investigation reports to Governors
§ 467c Determination of danger to human life and property
§ 467d National dam inventory
§ 467e Interagency Committee on Dam Safety
§ 467f National dam safety program
§ 467f-1 Lock and dam security
§ 467g Research
§ 467g-1 Dam safety training
§ 467h Reports
§ 467i Statutory construction
§ 467j Authorization of appropriations
§ 467n Recovery of dam modification costs required for safety purposes
Chapter 10 - Anchorage Grounds and Harbor Regulations Generally
§ 471 Establishment by Secretary of Homeland Security of anchorage grounds and regulations generally
§ 472 Marking anchorage grounds by Commandant of the Coast Guard
§ 473 Repealed.]
§ 474 Anchorage and general regulations for St. Marys River
§ 475 Regulations for Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
§ 476 Restrictions on tanker traffic in Puget Sound and adjacent waters
Chapter 11 - Bridges Over Navigable Waters
Subchapter I - General Provisions
§ 491 Approval of and deviation from plans; exemptions
§ 492 Bridge as post route; limitation as to charges against Government; telegraph and telephone lines
§ 493 Use of railroad bridges by other railroad companies
§ 494 Obstruction of navigation; alterations and removals; lights and signals; draws
§ 495 Violations of orders respecting bridges and accessory works
§ 496 Time for commencement and completion of bridge
§ 497 "Persons" defined
§ 498 Reservation of right to alter or repeal
§ 498a Repealed.]
§ 498b Repealed.]
§ 499 Regulations for drawbridges
§ 500 Deflection of current; liability to riparian owners
§ 501 Omitted
§ 502 Alteration, removal, or repair of bridge or accessory obstructions to navigation
§ 503 to 507 Repealed.]
§ 508 Amount of tolls
Subchapter II - Alteration of Bridges
§ 511 Definitions
§ 512 Obstruction of navigation
§ 513 Notice, hearings, and findings
§ 514 Submission and approval of general plans and specifications
§ 515 Contracts for project; guaranty of cost
§ 516 Apportionment of cost
§ 517 Payment of share of United States
§ 518 Authorization of appropriations
§ 519 Noncompliance with orders; penalties; removal of bridge
§ 520 Review of findings and orders
§ 521 Regulations and orders
§ 522 Existing provisions of law
§ 523 Relocation of bridges
§ 524 Applicability of administrative procedure provisions
Subchapter III - General Bridge Authority
§ 525 Construction and operation of bridges
§ 526 Repealed.]
§ 526a Repealed.]
§ 527 Acquisition of interstate bridges by public agencies; amount of damages
§ 528 Statement of construction costs of privately owned interstate bridges; investigation of costs; conclusiveness of findings; review
§ 529 Repealed.]
§ 530 Bridges included and excluded
§ 531 International bridges
§ 532 Eminent domain
§ 533 Penalties for violations
§ 534 Conveyance of right, title, and interest of United States in bridges transferred to States or political subdivisions; terms and conditions
Subchapter IV - International Bridges
§ 535 Congressional consent to construction, maintenance, and operation of international bridges; conditions of consent
§ 535a Congressional consent to State agreements with Canada and Mexico; Secretary of State’s approval of agreements
§ 535b Presidential approval; recommendations of Federal officials
§ 535c Secretary of Transportation’s approval; commencement and completion requirements; extension of time limits
§ 535d Repealed.]
§ 535e Ownership
§ 535f Applicability of provisions
§ 535g Federal navigable waters and commerce jurisdiction unaffected
§ 535h Report of Secretary of Transportation’s approval during fiscal year
§ 535i Reservation of right to alter or repeal
Chapter 12 - River and Harbor Improvements Generally
Subchapter I - General Provisions
§ 540 Investigations and improvements; control by Department of the Army; wildlife conservation
§ 540a Availability of appropriations for attendance by military personnel at meetings and for printing survey reports
§ 541 Board of Engineers for Rivers and Harbors; establishment; duties and powers generally
§ 542 Review by Board of Engineers of reports on examinations and surveys and special reports
§ 543 Employment of civil engineers on western and northwestern rivers
§ 544 Repealed.]
§ 544a Repealed.]
§ 544b Employment of physicians to examine employees; fee or employment basis; validation of prior agreements
§ 544c Minority group participation in construction of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway project; annual report to Congress
§ 545 Preliminary examinations and reports; surveys; contents of report to Congress generally
§ 545a Discontinuance
§ 546 Investigation of stream flow and watersheds; surveys in connection with dams
§ 546a Information as to configuration of shore line
§ 547 Reports as to local benefits of improvement and recommendations as to local cooperation
§ 547a Inclusion of regional economic development benefits in economic analysis for purposes of computing economic justification of project
§ 548 Omitted
§ 549 Repealed.]
§ 549a Review of navigation, flood control, and water supply projects
§ 550 Report on water terminal and transfer facilities
§ 551 Policy of Government as to terminal facilities for new projects
§ 552 Repealed.]
§ 553 Freight statistics
§ 554 Duty of shipowners and officers to furnish information to person in local charge of improvement; penalty
§ 555 Duty of shipowners and officers to furnish information required by Secretary of the Army
§ 555a Petroleum product information
§ 556 Printing reports generally
§ 557 Payment of costs of printing
§ 557a Publication of pamphlets, maps, brochures, and other material
§ 557b Sale of publications, charts, or other material; deposit of proceeds
§ 558 Proceeds from sale or transfer of property acquired
§ 558a Repealed.]
§ 558b Exchange of land or property
§ 558b-1 Application to authorized works of flood control
§ 558c Rights-of-way over United States land
§ 559 Disposition of rentals for Government plants
§ 560 Contributions from private parties; return of excess
§ 561 Advances by private parties; repayment
§ 561a Contributions from local interests; reduction to meet lowered cost
§ 562 Channel depths and dimensions defined
§ 562a Project depths for national defense purposes; waterways for general commerce
§ 563 Omitted
§ 564 Repealed.]
§ 565 River and harbor improvement by private or municipal enterprise
§ 566 Improvement by or under authority of State of New Jersey
§ 567 Navigation and flood control improvements by Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota
§ 567a Flood and pollution control compacts between certain States
§ 567b Pollution of Potomac drainage basin; control by State compacts
§ 567b-1 Amended compact
§ 568 Limitation on power of committee of Congress to consider projects
§ 569 Personal equipment for employees; use of funds for purpose
§ 569a Temporary employment of experts or consultants; compensation
§ 569b Contracts; architect and engineering services; surveying and mapping services
§ 569c Services of volunteers
§ 569d Safety award and promotional materials
§ 569e Use of private sector resources in surveying and mapping
§ 569f Debarment of persons convicted of fraudulent use of "Made in America" labels
§ 570 Default in contract; disposition of amounts collected
§ 571 Crediting reimbursements for lost, stolen, or damaged property
§ 572 Collection and removal of drift in Baltimore Harbor
§ 573 Repealed.]
§ 574 Omitted
§ 574a Training funds
§ 575 Availability of appropriations for expenses incident to operation of power boats or vessels; expenses defined; certification of expenditures
§ 576 Revolving fund; establishment; availability; reimbursement; transfer of funds; limitation
§ 576a Purchase of passenger motor vehicles by Corps of Engineers
§ 576b Lease authority
§ 577 Small river and harbor improvement projects
§ 577a Small-boat navigation projects; charter fishing craft
§ 577b Cost of operation and maintenance of general navigation features of small boat harbor projects; applicable projects
§ 578 Disposal of surplus property for development of public port or industrial facilities
§ 579 Repealed.]
§ 579a Project deauthorizations
Subchapter II - Pay and Allowances; Traveling Expenses and Subsistence
§ 581 Hiring special means of transportation
§ 582 Repealed.]
§ 583 Payment of allowances, etc., incident to change of station of Engineer officers from appropriation for improvements
§ 583a Payment of pay and allowances of officers of Corps of Engineers from appropriation for improvements
Subchapter III - Acquisition of Land and Materials
§ 591 Condemnation, purchase, and donation of land and materials
§ 592 Condemnation of land in aid of person, company, corporation, municipal or private
§ 593 Condemnation of land in aid of State or State agency
§ 594 When immediate possession of land may be taken
§ 595 Consideration of benefits in assessing compensation
§ 595a Compensation for taking or condemnation of property for public improvements; fair market value; partial taking; effective date
§ 596 Repealed.]
§ 597 Acquisition of lands for water resource development projects; information as to probable timing for acquisition; public meetings; regulations
§ 598 Resettlement of displaced families, individuals, and business concerns
Subchapter IV - Particular Work or Improvements
§ 601 Mississippi River; regulation of reservoirs at headwaters
§ 602 Maintenance of channel of South Pass of Mississippi River
§ 603 Repealed.]
§ 603a Removal of snags and debris, and straightening, clearing, and protecting channels in navigable waters
§ 604 Removal of snags, etc., from Mississippi River
§ 605 Operation of snag boats on Upper Mississippi River
§ 606 Removal of snags, and so forth, from Ohio River
§ 607 Removal of drift from New York Harbor
§ 607a Appropriations; separate project
§ 608 Construction of fishways
§ 609 Sluices and other work in dams for development of water power
§ 610 Control of aquatic plant growths
Subchapter V - Prosecution of Work Generally
§ 621 By what methods river and harbor work may be authorized to be prosecuted
§ 622 Contracts, etc., with private industry for implementation of projects for improvements and dredging; reduction of federally owned fleet
§ 623 Repealed.]
§ 624 Limitation on improvement work by private contract
§ 625 Repealed.]
§ 626 Prosecution of work when appropriation insufficient
§ 627 Application of appropriation when separate works are included therein
§ 628 Expenditure for dredging within harbor lines
§ 629 Contract for hire of dredging plant
§ 630 Limitation on expenditure for purchase of dredges
§ 631 Transfer of property between projects
§ 632 Omitted
§ 633 Protection, alteration, reconstruction, relocation, or replacement of structures and facilities; contract standards; reasonable costs
Chapter 13 - Mississippi River Commission
§ 641 Creation of Mississippi River Commission
§ 642 Appointment of commissioners; vacancies; chairman; tenure of office
§ 642a Rank, pay, and allowances of Corps of Engineers officers serving as President of Mississippi River Commission
§ 643 Omitted
§ 644 Secretary of commission
§ 645 Repealed.]
§ 646 Headquarters and meetings of commission
§ 647 Mississippi River survey
§ 648 Arkansas River; levee and bank protection
§ 649 Vicksburg Harbor and Ohio River below Cache River
§ 650 Mississippi River below Rock Island; levee and bank protection
§ 651 Tributaries of Mississippi River below Cairo; levee and bank protection
§ 652 Upper Mississippi River Management
§ 653 Extension of jurisdiction of Mississippi River Commission
§ 653a Extension of jurisdiction of Mississippi River Commission
Chapter 14 - California Debris Commission
§ 661 Creation of commission; appointment of members; vacancies; powers generally
§ 662 Organization; compensation of members; rules and regulations of procedure; traveling expenses
§ 663 Territorial jurisdiction over hydraulic mining; hydraulic mining injurious to navigation prohibited
§ 664 General duties as to plans for protection of navigation
§ 665 Survey for debris reservoirs; study of methods of mines and mining
§ 666 Noting conditions of navigable channels
§ 667 Annual reports
§ 668 "Hydraulic mining" and "mining by hydraulic process" defined
§ 669 Petition by hydraulic miners
§ 670 Surrender to United States of right to regulate debris of mine
§ 671 Petition for common dumping ground, etc.
§ 672 Notice of petition for dumping grounds, etc.; hearing
§ 673 Order by commission directing method of mining, etc.; expenses of complying with order; exemption from mining taxes
§ 674 Plans for and supervision of work required by order; permit to commence mining
§ 675 Conditions precedent for commencement of mining operations
§ 676 Allotment of expenses for common dumping grounds; location of impounding works
§ 677 Limitation as to quantity of debris washed away
§ 678 Modification and revocation of permit to mine
§ 679 Violation of permit to mine; penalty
§ 680 Examination of mines; reports
§ 681 Repealed.]
§ 682 Malicious injury to works; injury to navigable waters by hydraulic mining; penalty
§ 683 Tax on operation of hydraulic mines; "debris fund"; advances by mine owners; storage for water and use of outlet facilities
§ 684 Cooperation by commission with State authorities
§ 685 Construction by commission of restraining works, etc.; use of debris fund
§ 686 Construction of restraining works in conjunction with State
§ 687 Use of State dredge and appliances in river and harbor improvements
Chapter 15 - Flood Control
§ 701 Flood control generally
§ 701-1 Declaration of policy of 1944 act
§ 701a Declaration of policy of 1936 act
§ 701a-1 "Flood control" defined; jurisdiction of Federal investigations
§ 701b Supervision of Secretary of the Army; reclamation projects unaffected
§ 701b-1 Transfer of jurisdiction in certain cases to Department of Agriculture
§ 701b-2 Cooperation by Secretaries of the Army and Agriculture; expenditures
§ 701b-3 Examinations and surveys; availability of appropriations
§ 701b-4 Administration of surveys; number authorized; reports
§ 701b-5 Omitted
§ 701b-6 Examinations and surveys by Secretary of Agriculture
§ 701b-7 Supplemental reports to Senate Environment and Public Works Committee and House Public Works Committee
§ 701b-8 Submission of report by Chief of Engineers
§ 701b-8a Discontinuance of preliminary examination reports
§ 701b-9 Availability of appropriations for expenses incident to operation of power boats or vessels; expenses defined; certification of expenditures
§ 701b-10 Revolving fund; establishment; availability; reimbursement; transfer of funds; limitation
§ 701b-11 Flood protection projects
§ 701b-12 Floodplain management requirements
§ 701b-13 Construction of flood control projects by non-Federal interests
§ 701b-14 Structural integrity evaluations
§ 701c Rights-of-way, easements, etc.; acquisition by local authorities; maintenance and operation; protection of United States from liability for damages; requisites to run-off and water-flow retardation and soil erosion prevention assistance
§ 701c-1 Acquirement of titles for certain projects and to lands, easements, rights-of-way; reimbursement of local agencies
§ 701c-2 Acquisition and sale of land
§ 701c-3 Lease receipts; payment of portion to States
§ 701d Compacts between States; consent of Congress
§ 701e Effect of act June 22, 1936, on provisions for Mississippi River and other projects
§ 701f Authorization of appropriations
§ 701f-1 Additional authorization
§ 701f-2 Funds for specific and authorized projects merged with and accounted for under regular annual appropriation
§ 701f-3 Expenditure in watersheds of funds appropriated for flood prevention purposes
§ 701g Removal of obstructions; clearing channels
§ 701h Contributions by States and political subdivisions
§ 701h-1 Contributions by States and political subdivisions for immediate use on authorized flood-control work; repayment
§ 701i Elimination from protection of areas subject to evacuation
§ 701j Installation in dams of facilities for future development of hydroelectric power
§ 701k Crediting reimbursements for lost, stolen, or damaged property
§ 701m Insufficient Congressional authorization; preparations for and modification of project
§ 701n Emergency response to natural disasters
§ 701o Omitted
§ 701p Railroad bridge alterations at Federal expense
§ 701q Repair and protection of highways, railroads, and utilities damaged by operation of dams or reservoir
§ 701r Protection of highways, bridge approaches, public works, and nonprofit public services
§ 701r-1 Utilization of public roads
§ 701s Small flood control projects; appropriations; amount limitation for single locality; conditions
§ 701t Emergency fund for flood damage; amount; commitments to be fulfilled by local interests
§ 701u International engineering or scientific conferences; attendance
§ 702 Mississippi River
§ 702a Adoption of 1927 project; execution; creation of board; scope of authority; appropriation
§ 702a-1 Modification of project of 1927; adoption
§ 702a-1a Further modification of 1927 project; adoption; appropriation
§ 702a-1b Further modification; adoption
§ 702a-2 Abandonment of Boeuf Floodway
§ 702a-3 Levees; raising and enlarging
§ 702a-4 Fuse-plug levees
§ 702a-5 Back levee north of Eudora Floodway
§ 702a-6 Drainage necessitated by floodway levees
§ 702a-7 Railroad and highway crossings over floodways
§ 702a-8 Additional roads; construction by United States
§ 702a-9 Lands, easements, and rights-of-way; acquisition by local authorities; reimbursement; protection of United States from liability for damages
§ 702a-10 Flowage rights and rights-of-way; reimbursement of local authorities; highway crossings; use of properties for national forests or wildlife refuges
§ 702a-11 Morganza Floodway; Eudora Floodway
§ 702a-12 Modified Lower Mississippi River project as of August 18, 1941
§ 702b Local contribution toward cost of flood control work
§ 702c Expenditures for construction work; conditions precedent; liability for damage from flood waters; condemnation proceedings; floodage rights
§ 702d Flowage rights; condemnation proceedings; benefits to property
§ 702d-1 Bonnet Carre Spillway and Floodway; rights-of-way, etc., over lands
§ 702e Maps for project; preparation
§ 702f Expenditures for earlier projects
§ 702g Appropriation for emergency fund
§ 702g-1 Additional appropriation for emergency fund
§ 702h Prosecution of project by Mississippi River Commission; president of commission; salaries
§ 702h-1 Transferred
§ 702i Certain sections applicable to property and rights acquired or constructed
§ 702j Projects relating to tributary streams; report to Congress; appropriation
§ 702j-1 Saint Francis and Yazoo Rivers; lands and easements; alteration of highways; cooperation of States
§ 702j-2 White River Levee District; rights-of-way; drainage facilities; flowage rights; acquisition by local authorities; protection of United States from liability for damages
§ 702k Surveys below Cape Girardeau, Missouri; resurvey of levee in Tennessee
§ 702k-1 Authorization of appropriation
§ 702k-2 Separability
§ 702l Repeal of inconsistent laws
§ 702m Interest of Members of Congress in contracts for acquisition of land
§ 702n Levee rights-of-way; payment or reimbursement for
§ 703 Sacramento River, California
§ 704 Modification of project
§ 705 Salmon River, Alaska; flood control work authorized
§ 706 Secretary of Commerce; current precipitation information; appropriation
§ 707 Sumner Dam and Lake Sumner; declaration of purpose; report to Congress; appropriation
§ 708 Sale of surplus waters for domestic and industrial uses; disposition of moneys
§ 709 Regulations for use of storage waters; application to Tennessee Valley Authority
§ 709a Information on floods and flood damage
§ 709b Flood hazard information
Chapter 16 - Lighthouses
§ 716 Repealed.]
§ 717 Detail of Army engineers as construction aids
§ 717a Repealed.]
§ 718 Repealed.]
§ 719 Omitted
§ 721 Omitted
§ 725 Prohibition against officers and employees being interested in contracts for materials, etc.
§ 726 Repealed.]
§ 727 Lighthouse and other sites; necessity for cession by State of jurisdiction
§ 728 Sufficiency of cession by State; service of State process in lands ceded
§ 730a Sites for pierhead beacons
§ 733 Transferred
§ 734 Repealed.]
§ 735 Marking pierheads in certain lakes
§ 736 Repealed.]
§ 743 Lighthouse districts
§ 744 Omitted
§ 745 Repealed.]
§ 745a Traveling expenses of new appointees to isolated posts outside United States
§ 747b Lighthouse keepers; traveling expenses incurred in obtaining medical attention
§ 748 Teachers for children of lighthouse keepers
§ 748a Transportation expenses for school children
§ 749 Repealed.]
§ 750 Repealed.]
§ 752b Omitted
§ 754a Purchase of commissary and quartermaster supplies
§ 763 Retirement for age of officers and employees generally; retirement pay; waiver of retirement pay
§ 763-1 Increase of retired pay
§ 763-2 Additional increase of retired pay
§ 763a Repealed.]
§ 763a-1 Retirement, exceptions for age and period of service
§ 763a-2 Application to persons of Coast Guard
§ 763b Repealed.]
§ 763c Repealed.]
§ 764 Omitted
§ 765 Retirement for disability
§ 766 Restoration to active duty after retirement for disability
§ 770 Regulations for expenditure of moneys accruing from commutation of rations and provisions
§ 771 Benefits for surviving spouses of Lighthouse Service employees; death of employee during retirement; amount of payment
§ 772 Death of employee due to non-service-connected causes after 15 years’ service; amount of payment
§ 773 Application for benefits
§ 774 Rules and regulations
§ 775 Payments nonassignable and exempt from process
§ 776 Payment out of Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund
Chapter 17 - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Subchapter I - General Provisions
§ 851 Omitted
§ 851a Repealed.]
§ 853 Power to settle claims
§ 853o Repealed.]
§ 853o-1 Credit of service as deck officer or junior engineer and certain other active service for retirement and retirement pay
§ 853s Repealed.]
§ 854a Service credit as deck officer or junior engineer for promotion purposes
§ 854a-1 Temporary appointment or advancement of commissioned officers in time of war or national emergency
§ 854a-2 Pay and allowances; date of acceptance of promotion
§ 855 Repealed.]
§ 855a Repealed.]
§ 857-13 National Advisory Committee on Oceans and Atmosphere
§ 857-14 Membership
§ 857-15 Reports
§ 857-16 Compensation and travel expenses
§ 857-17 Interagency cooperation and assistance
§ 857-18 Authorization of appropriations
§ 857-19 Biennial report
§ 857-20 Coordination
§ 859 Repealed.]
§ 860 Repealed.]
§ 861 Omitted
§ 861a Repealed.]
§ 862 Repealed.]
§ 862a Repealed.]
§ 863 Repealed.]
§ 864 Repealed.]
§ 864a Repealed.]
§ 864d Repealed.]
§ 864e Repealed.]
§ 865 Omitted
§ 866 Repealed.]
§ 868a Omitted
§ 869 Repealed.]
§ 870 Repealed.]
§ 871 Repealed.]
§ 872 Omitted
§ 873 Extra compensation for instrument observers, recorders and other Federal employees for oceanographic, seismographic and magnetic observations
§ 874 Repealed.]
§ 875 Powers of officers as notaries
§ 876 Fees for notarial acts; prima facie evidence of authority
§ 877 Appropriations; advances from
§ 878 Appropriations; purchases from
§ 878a Contract for development of a major program; costs; Major Program Annual Report for satellite development program
§ 878b Safety and health regulations for scientific and occupational diving
Subchapter II - Surveys
§ 883a Surveys and other activities
§ 883b Dissemination of data; further activities
§ 883c Geomagnetic data; collection, correlation, and dissemination
§ 883d Improvement of methods, instruments, and equipments; investigations and research
§ 883e Agreements for surveys and investigations; contribution of costs incurred by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
§ 883f Contracts with qualified organizations
§ 883g Repealed.]
§ 883h Employment of public vessels
§ 883i Authorization of appropriations
§ 883j Ocean satellite data
§ 883k Acquisition of land for facilities
§ 883l Contracts for surveying and mapping services
§ 884 Power to use books, maps, etc., and to employ persons
§ 885 Repealed.]
§ 888 Omitted
Subchapter III - Noaa Fleet Modernization
§ 891 Definitions
§ 891a Fleet replacement and modernization program
§ 891b Fleet replacement and modernization Plan
§ 891c Design of NOAA vessels
§ 891d Contract authority
§ 891e Restriction with respect to certain shipyard subsidies
§ 891e-1 Shipyards located outside of the United States
§ 891f Use of vessels
§ 891g Interoperability
§ 891h Authorization of appropriations
Subchapter IV - Noaa Hydrographic Services
§ 892 Definitions
§ 892a Functions of the Administrator
§ 892b Quality assurance program
§ 892c Hydrographic Services Review Panel
§ 892d Authorization of appropriations
Subchapter V - Research, Development, Education, and Innovation
§ 893 Ocean and atmospheric research and development program
§ 893a NOAA ocean and atmospheric science education programs
§ 893b NOAA’s contribution to innovation
Chapter 18 - Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
§ 901 Short title
§ 902 Definitions
§ 903 Coverage
§ 904 Liability for compensation
§ 905 Exclusiveness of liability
§ 906 Compensation
§ 907 Medical services and supplies
§ 908 Compensation for disability
§ 909 Compensation for death
§ 910 Determination of pay
§ 911 Guardian for minor or incompetent
§ 912 Notice of injury or death
§ 913 Filing of claims
§ 914 Payment of compensation
§ 915 Invalid agreements
§ 916 Assignment and exemption from claims of creditors
§ 917 Lien against compensation
§ 918 Collection of defaulted payments; special fund
§ 919 Procedure in respect of claims
§ 920 Presumptions
§ 921 Review of compensation orders
§ 921a Appearance of attorneys for Secretary, deputy commissioner, or Board
§ 922 Modification of awards
§ 923 Procedure before deputy commissioner or Board
§ 924 Witnesses
§ 925 Witness fees
§ 926 Costs in proceedings brought without reasonable grounds
§ 927 Powers of deputy commissioners or Board
§ 928 Fees for services
§ 929 Record of injury or death
§ 930 Reports to Secretary
§ 931 Penalty for misrepresentation
§ 932 Security for compensation
§ 933 Compensation for injuries where third persons are liable
§ 934 Compensation notice
§ 935 Substitution of carrier for employer
§ 936 Insurance policies
§ 937 Certificate of compliance with chapter
§ 938 Penalties
§ 939 Administration by Secretary
§ 940 Deputy commissioners
§ 941 Safety rules and regulations
§ 942 Annual report
§ 943 Repealed.]
§ 944 Special fund
§ 948 Laws inapplicable
§ 948a Discrimination against employees who bring proceedings; penalties; deposit of payments in special fund; civil actions; entitlement to restoration of employment and compensation, qualifications requirement; liability of employer for penalties and payments; insurance policy exemption from liability
§ 949 Effect of unconstitutionality
§ 950 Separability
Chapter 19 - Saint Lawrence Seaway
§ 981 Creation of Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation
§ 982 Management of Corporation; appointment of Administrator; terms; vacancy; Advisory Board; establishment; membership; meetings; duties; compensation and expenses
§ 983 Functions of Corporation
§ 984 General powers of Corporation
§ 984a Repealed.]
§ 985 Bonds; issuance; maturity; redemption; interest; purchase of obligations by Secretary of the Treasury
§ 985a Cancellation of bonds issued under section 985
§ 986 Payments to States and local governments in lieu of taxes; tax exemption of Corporation
§ 987 Services and facilities of other agencies
§ 988 Rates of charges or tolls
§ 988a Waiver of collection of charges or tolls
§ 989 Special reports
§ 990 Offenses and penalties
Chapter 20 - Pollution of the Sea by Oil
§ 1012 Repealed.]
Chapter 22 - Sea Grant Colleges and Marine Science Development
Subchapter I - Marine Resources and Engineering Development
§ 1101 Congressional declaration of policy and objectives
§ 1102 Omitted
§ 1103 Executive responsibilities; utilization of staff, interagency, and non-Government advisory arrangements; consultation with agencies; solicitation of views of non-Federal agencies
§ 1106 Reports to Congress
§ 1107 Definitions
§ 1108 Authorization of appropriations
Subchapter II - National Sea Grant College Program
§ 1121 Congressional declaration of policy
§ 1122 Definitions
§ 1123 National sea grant college program
§ 1124 Program or project grants and contracts
§ 1124a Repealed.]
§ 1125 Repealed.]
§ 1126 Sea grant colleges and sea grant institutes
§ 1127 Fellowships
§ 1128 National Sea Grant Advisory Board
§ 1129 Interagency cooperation
§ 1130 Repealed.]
§ 1131 Authorization of appropriations
Chapter 23 - Pollution Control of Navigable Waters
§ 1165a Transferred
Chapter 24 - Vessel Bridge-to-bridge Communication
§ 1201 Statement of purpose
§ 1202 Definitions
§ 1203 Radiotelephone requirement
§ 1204 Radiotelephone for exclusive use of master, person in charge, or pilot; frequency listening watch; portable radiotelephone equipment
§ 1205 Radiotelephone capability; maintenance; restoration; consequences of loss: navigation of vessel
§ 1206 Exemptions; terms and conditions
§ 1207 Regulations
§ 1208 Penalties
Chapter 25 - Ports and Waterways Safety Program
§ 1221 Statement of policy
§ 1222 Definitions
§ 1223 Vessel operating requirements
§ 1223a Electronic charts
§ 1224 Considerations by Secretary
§ 1225 Waterfront safety
§ 1226 Port, harbor, and coastal facility security
§ 1227 Investigatory powers
§ 1228 Conditions for entry to ports in the United States
§ 1229 Applicability
§ 1230 International agreements
§ 1231 Regulations
§ 1231a Towing Safety Advisory Committee
§ 1232 Enforcement provisions
§ 1232a Navigational hazards
§ 1232b Requirement to notify Coast Guard of release of objects into the navigable waters of the United States
§ 1233 Regulations as to regattas or marine parades
§ 1234 Enforcement of regulations; use of public or private vessels
§ 1235 Transfer of authority to regulate to head of other department
§ 1236 Penalties for violations of regulations
Chapter 26 - Water Pollution Prevention and Control
Subchapter I - Research and Related Programs
§ 1251 Congressional declaration of goals and policy
§ 1252 Comprehensive programs for water pollution control
§ 1252a Reservoir projects, water storage; modification; storage for other than for water quality, opinion of Federal agency, committee resolutions of approval; provisions inapplicable to projects with certain prescribed water quality benefits in relation to total project benefits
§ 1253 Interstate cooperation and uniform laws
§ 1254 Research, investigations, training, and information
§ 1254a Research on effects of pollutants
§ 1255 Grants for research and development
§ 1256 Grants for pollution control programs
§ 1257 Mine water pollution control demonstrations
§ 1257a State demonstration programs for cleanup of abandoned mines for use as waste disposal sites; authorization of appropriations
§ 1258 Pollution control in the Great Lakes
§ 1259 Training grants and contracts
§ 1260 Applications; allocation
§ 1261 Scholarships
§ 1262 Definitions and authorizations
§ 1263 Alaska village demonstration projects
§ 1263a Grants to Alaska to improve sanitation in rural and Native villages
§ 1264 Omitted
§ 1265 In-place toxic pollutants
§ 1266 Hudson River reclamation demonstration project
§ 1267 Chesapeake Bay
§ 1268 Great Lakes
§ 1269 Long Island Sound
§ 1270 Lake Champlain Basin Program
§ 1271 Sediment survey and monitoring
§ 1271a Research and development program
§ 1272 Environmental dredging
§ 1273 Lake Pontchartrain Basin
§ 1274 Wet weather watershed pilot projects
Subchapter II - Grants for Construction of Treatment Works
§ 1281 Congressional declaration of purpose
§ 1281a Total treatment system funding
§ 1281b Availability of Farmers Home Administration funds for non-Federal share
§ 1282 Federal share
§ 1283 Plans, specifications, estimates, and payments
§ 1284 Limitations and conditions
§ 1285 Allotment of grant funds
§ 1286 Reimbursement and advanced construction
§ 1287 Authorization of appropriations
§ 1288 Areawide waste treatment management
§ 1289 Basin planning
§ 1290 Annual survey
§ 1291 Sewage collection systems
§ 1292 Definitions
§ 1293 Loan guarantees
§ 1293a Contained spoil disposal facilities
§ 1294 Public information and education on recycling and reuse of wastewater, use of land treatment, and reduction of wastewater volume
§ 1295 Requirements for American materials
§ 1296 Determination of priority of projects
§ 1297 Guidelines for cost-effectiveness analysis
§ 1298 Cost effectiveness
§ 1299 State certification of projects
§ 1300 Pilot program for alternative water source projects
§ 1301 Sewer overflow control grants
Subchapter III - Standards and Enforcement
§ 1311 Effluent limitations
§ 1312 Water quality related effluent limitations
§ 1313 Water quality standards and implementation plans
§ 1313a Revised water quality standards
§ 1314 Information and guidelines
§ 1315 State reports on water quality
§ 1316 National standards of performance
§ 1317 Toxic and pretreatment effluent standards
§ 1318 Records and reports; inspections
§ 1319 Enforcement
§ 1320 International pollution abatement
§ 1321 Oil and hazardous substance liability
§ 1322 Marine sanitation devices
§ 1323 Federal facilities pollution control
§ 1324 Clean lakes
§ 1325 National Study Commission
§ 1326 Thermal discharges
§ 1327 Omitted
§ 1328 Aquaculture
§ 1329 Nonpoint source management programs
§ 1330 National estuary program
Subchapter IV - Permits and Licenses
§ 1341 Certification
§ 1342 National pollutant discharge elimination system
§ 1343 Ocean discharge criteria
§ 1344 Permits for dredged or fill material
§ 1345 Disposal or use of sewage sludge
§ 1346 Coastal recreation water quality monitoring and notification
Subchapter V - General Provisions
§ 1361 Administration
§ 1362 Definitions
§ 1363 Water Pollution Control Advisory Board
§ 1364 Emergency powers
§ 1365 Citizen suits
§ 1366 Appearance
§ 1367 Employee protection
§ 1368 Federal procurement
§ 1369 Administrative procedure and judicial review
§ 1370 State authority
§ 1371 Authority under other laws and regulations
§ 1372 Labor standards
§ 1373 Public health agency coordination
§ 1374 Effluent Standards and Water Quality Information Advisory Committee
§ 1375 Reports to Congress; detailed estimates and comprehensive study on costs; State estimates
§ 1375a Report on coastal recreation waters
§ 1376 Authorization of appropriations
§ 1377 Indian tribes
Subchapter VI - State Water Pollution Control Revolving Funds
§ 1381 Grants to States for establishment of revolving funds
§ 1382 Capitalization grant agreements
§ 1383 Water pollution control revolving loan funds
§ 1384 Allotment of funds
§ 1385 Corrective action
§ 1386 Audits, reports, and fiscal controls; intended use plan
§ 1387 Authorization of appropriations
Chapter 27 - Ocean Dumping
§ 1401 Congressional finding, policy, and declaration of purpose
§ 1402 Definitions
Subchapter I - Regulation
§ 1411 Prohibited acts
§ 1412 Dumping permit program
§ 1412a Emergency dumping of industrial waste
§ 1413 Dumping permit program for dredged material
§ 1414 Permit conditions
§ 1414a Special provisions regarding certain dumping sites
§ 1414b Ocean dumping of sewage sludge and industrial waste
§ 1414c Prohibition on disposal of sewage sludge at landfills on Staten Island
§ 1415 Penalties
§ 1416 Relationship to other laws
§ 1417 Enforcement
§ 1418 Regulations
§ 1419 International cooperation
§ 1420 Authorization of appropriations
§ 1421 Omitted
Subchapter II - Research
§ 1441 Monitoring and research program
§ 1442 Research program respecting possible long-range effects of pollution, overfishing, and man-induced changes of ocean ecosystems
§ 1443 Research program respecting ocean dumping and other methods of waste disposal
§ 1444 Annual reports
§ 1445 Authorization of appropriations
Subchapter I - Regulation
§ 1411 Prohibited acts
§ 1412 Dumping permit program
§ 1412a Emergency dumping of industrial waste
§ 1413 Dumping permit program for dredged material
§ 1414 Permit conditions
§ 1414a Special provisions regarding certain dumping sites
§ 1414b Ocean dumping of sewage sludge and industrial waste
§ 1414c Prohibition on disposal of sewage sludge at landfills on Staten Island
§ 1415 Penalties
§ 1416 Relationship to other laws
§ 1417 Enforcement
§ 1418 Regulations
§ 1419 International cooperation
§ 1420 Authorization of appropriations
§ 1421 Omitted
Subchapter II - Research
§ 1441 Monitoring and research program
§ 1442 Research program respecting possible long-range effects of pollution, overfishing, and man-induced changes of ocean ecosystems
§ 1443 Research program respecting ocean dumping and other methods of waste disposal
§ 1444 Annual reports
§ 1445 Authorization of appropriations
Chapter 28 - Pollution Casualties on the High Seas: United States Intervention
§ 1471 Definitions
§ 1472 Grave and imminent danger from oil pollution casualties to coastline or related interests of United States; Federal nonliability for Federal preventive measures on the high seas
§ 1473 Consultations and determinations respecting creation of hazards to human health, etc.; criteria for determinations respecting grave and imminent dangers of major harmful consequences to United States coastline or related interests
§ 1474 Federal intervention actions
§ 1475 Consultation procedure
§ 1476 Emergencies
§ 1477 Reasonable measures; considerations
§ 1478 Personal, flag state, and foreign state considerations
§ 1479 Federal liability for unreasonable damages
§ 1480 Notification by Secretary of State
§ 1481 Violations; penalties
§ 1482 Consultation for nomination and nomination of experts, negotiators, etc.; proposal of amendments to list of substances other than convention oil; Presidential acceptance of amendments
§ 1483 Foreign government ships; immunity
§ 1484 Interpretation and administration; other right, duty, privilege, or immunity and other remedy unaffected
§ 1485 Rules and regulations
§ 1486 Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund
§ 1487 Effective date
Chapter 29 - Deepwater Ports
§ 1501 Congressional declaration of policy
§ 1502 Definitions
§ 1503 License for ownership, construction, and operation of deepwater port
§ 1504 Procedure
§ 1505 Environmental review criteria
§ 1506 Repealed.]
§ 1507 Common carrier status
§ 1508 Adjacent coastal States
§ 1509 Marine environmental protection and navigational safety
§ 1510 International agreements
§ 1511 Suspension or termination of licenses
§ 1512 Recordkeeping and inspection
§ 1513 Public access to information
§ 1514 Remedies
§ 1515 Citizen civil action
§ 1516 Judicial review; persons aggrieved; jurisdiction of courts of appeal
§ 1517 Repealed.]
§ 1517a Omitted
§ 1518 Relationship to other laws
§ 1519 Repealed.]
§ 1520 Pipeline safety and operation
§ 1521 Negotiations with Canada and Mexico; report to Congress
§ 1522 Limitations on export provisions of section 185(u) of title 30 unaffected
§ 1523 General procedures; issuance and enforcement of orders; scope of authority; evidentiary matters
§ 1524 Authorization of appropriations
Chapter 30 - International Regulations for Preventing Collisions At Sea
§ 1601 Definitions
§ 1602 International Regulations
§ 1603 Vessels subject to International Regulations
§ 1604 Vessels not subject to International Regulations
§ 1605 Navy and Coast Guard vessels of special construction or purpose
§ 1606 Special rules for ships of war, vessels proceeding under convoy, and fishing vessels engaged in fishing as a fleet
§ 1607 Implementation by rules and regulations; authority to promulgate
§ 1608 Civil penalties
Chapter 32 - Inland Waterways Trust Fund
§ 1803 Study with respect to inland waterway user taxes and charges
§ 1804 Inland and intracoastal waterways of the United States
Chapter 33 - Prevention of Pollution From Ships
§ 1901 Definitions
§ 1902 Ships subject to preventive measures
§ 1902a Discharge of agricultural cargo residue
§ 1903 Administration and enforcement
§ 1904 Certificates
§ 1905 Pollution reception facilities
§ 1906 Incidents involving ships
§ 1907 Violations
§ 1908 Penalties for violations
§ 1909 MARPOL Protocol; proposed amendments
§ 1910 Legal actions
§ 1911 Effect on other laws
§ 1912 International law
§ 1913 Compliance reports
§ 1914 Coordination
§ 1915 Plastic pollution public education program
Chapter 33A - Marine Debris Research, Prevention, and Reduction
§ 1951 Purposes
§ 1952 NOAA Marine Debris Prevention and Removal Program
§ 1953 Coast Guard program
§ 1954 Interagency coordination
§ 1955 Federal information clearinghouse
§ 1956 Definitions
§ 1957 Relationship to Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act
§ 1958 Authorization of appropriations
Chapter 34 - Inland Navigational Rules
Subchapter I - Rules
Part A - General
§ 2001 Application (Rule 1)
§ 2002 Responsibility (Rule 2)
§ 2003 Definitions (Rule 3)
Part B - Steering and Sailing Rules
Part C - Lights and Shapes
§ 2020 Application (Rule 20)
§ 2021 Definitions (Rule 21)
§ 2022 Visibility of lights (Rule 22)
§ 2023 Power-driven vessels underway (Rule 23)
§ 2024 Towing and pushing (Rule 24)
§ 2025 Sailing vessels underway and vessels under oars (Rule 25)
§ 2026 Fishing vessels (Rule 26)
§ 2027 Vessels not under command or restricted in their ability to maneuver (Rule 27)
§ 2028 [Reserved] (Rule 28)
§ 2029 Pilot vessels (Rule 29)
§ 2030 Anchored vessels and vessels aground (Rule 30)
§ 2031 Seaplanes (Rule 31)
Part D - Sound and Light Signals
§ 2032 Definitions (Rule 32)
§ 2033 Equipment for sound signals (Rule 33)
§ 2034 Maneuvering and warning signals (Rule 34)
§ 2035 Sound signals in restricted visibility (Rule 35)
§ 2036 Signals to attract attention (Rule 36)
§ 2037 Distress signals (Rule 37)
Part E - Exemptions
§ 2038 Exemptions (Rule 38)
Subchapter II - Miscellaneous Provisions
§ 2071 Inland navigation rules
§ 2072 Violations of Inland Navigational Rules
§ 2073 Navigation Safety Advisory Council
Chapter 35 - Artificial Reefs
§ 2101 Congressional statement of findings and purpose
§ 2102 Establishment of standards
§ 2103 National artificial reef plan
§ 2104 Permits for construction and management of artificial reefs
§ 2105 Definitions
§ 2106 Savings clauses
Chapter 36 - Water Resources Development
§ 2201 "Secretary" defined
Subchapter I - Cost Sharing
§ 2211 Harbors
§ 2212 Inland waterway transportation
§ 2213 Flood control and other purposes
§ 2214 General credit for flood control
§ 2215 Feasibility studies; planning, engineering, and design
§ 2216 Rate of interest
§ 2217 Limitation on applicability of certain provisions in reports
§ 2218 General applicability of cost sharing
§ 2219 Definitions
§ 2220 Rivers and harbors and other waterways projects for benefit of navigation, flood control, hurricane protection, beach erosion control, and other purposes
§ 2221 Cost limitations on projects
§ 2222 Use of other Federal funds
Subchapter II - Harbor Development
§ 2231 Studies of projects by non-Federal interests
§ 2232 Construction of projects by non-Federal interests
§ 2233 Coordination and scheduling of Federal, State, and local actions
§ 2234 Nonapplicability to Saint Lawrence Seaway
§ 2235 Construction in usable increments
§ 2236 Port or harbor dues
§ 2237 Information for national security
§ 2238 Authorization of appropriations
§ 2239 Repealed.]
§ 2240 Emergency response services
§ 2241 Definitions
§ 2242 Remote and subsistence harbors
Subchapter III - Inland Waterway Transportation System
§ 2251 Inland Waterways Users Board
Subchapter IV - Water Resources Studies
§ 2261 Territories development study
§ 2262 Survey of potential for use of certain facilities as hydroelectric facilities
§ 2263 Study of Corps capability to conserve fish and wildlife
§ 2264 Deauthorization of studies
§ 2265 Columbia River/Arkansas River Basin transfers
§ 2266 Canadian tidal power study
§ 2267 New York Bight study
§ 2267a Watershed and river basin assessments
§ 2268 Marine technology review
§ 2269 Tribal partnership program
Subchapter V - General Provisions
§ 2280 Maximum cost of projects
§ 2281 Matters to be addressed in planning
§ 2282 Feasibility reports
§ 2282a Planning
§ 2283 Fish and wildlife mitigation
§ 2283a Status report
§ 2284 Benefits and costs attributable to environmental measures
§ 2284a Benefits to navigation
§ 2284b Scenic and aesthetic considerations
§ 2285 Environmental Protection and Mitigation Fund
§ 2286 Acceptance of certain funds for mitigation
§ 2287 Continued planning and investigations
§ 2288 Review of cost effectiveness of design
§ 2289 Urban and rural flood control frequency
§ 2290 Flood control in Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands
§ 2291 Federal Project Repayment District
§ 2292 Surveying and mapping
§ 2293 Reprogramming during national emergencies
§ 2293a Reprogramming of funds for projects by Corps of Engineers
§ 2294 Office of Environmental Policy
§ 2295 Compilation of laws; annual reports
§ 2296 Acquisition of recreation lands
§ 2297 Operation and maintenance on recreation lands
§ 2298 Impact of proposed projects on existing recreation facilities
§ 2299 Acquisition of beach fill
§ 2300 Study of Corps capabilities
§ 2303 Historical properties
§ 2304 Separability
§ 2305 Use of FMHA funds
§ 2306 Reports
§ 2307 Control of ice
§ 2308 Campgrounds for senior citizens
§ 2309 Great Lakes Commodities Marketing Board
§ 2309a Project modifications for improvement of environment
§ 2310 Cost sharing for Territories
§ 2311 Report to Congress covering proposals for water impoundment facilities
§ 2312 Comments on certain changes in operations of reservoirs
§ 2313 Collaborative research and development
§ 2313a Engineering and environmental innovations of national significance
§ 2313b Support of Army civil works program
§ 2314 Innovative technology
§ 2314a Technical assistance program
§ 2315 Periodic statements
§ 2316 Environmental protection mission
§ 2317 Wetlands
§ 2317a Cooperative agreements
§ 2317b Wetlands mitigation
§ 2318 Flood plain management
§ 2319 Reservoir management
§ 2320 Protection of recreational and commercial uses
§ 2321 Operation and maintenance of hydroelectric facilities
§ 2321a Hydroelectric power project uprating
§ 2322 Single entities
§ 2323 Technical assistance to private entities
§ 2323a Interagency and international support authority
§ 2324 Reduced pricing for certain water supply storage
§ 2325 Voluntary contributions for environmental and recreation projects
§ 2326 Regional sediment management
§ 2326a Dredged material disposal facility partnerships
§ 2326b Sediment management
§ 2326c Dredged material marketing and recycling
§ 2327 Definition of rehabilitation for inland waterway projects
§ 2328 Challenge cost-sharing program for management of recreation facilities
§ 2329 International outreach program
§ 2330 Aquatic ecosystem restoration
§ 2330a Monitoring ecosystem restoration
§ 2331 Use of continuing contracts for construction of certain projects
§ 2332 Flood mitigation and riverine restoration program
§ 2333 Irrigation diversion protection and fisheries enhancement assistance
§ 2334 Innovative technologies for watershed restoration
§ 2335 Coastal aquatic habitat management
§ 2336 Abandoned and inactive noncoal mine restoration
§ 2337 Property protection program
§ 2338 Reburial and conveyance authority
§ 2339 Assistance programs
§ 2340 Revision of project partnership agreement; cost sharing
§ 2341 Expedited actions for emergency flood damage reduction
§ 2342 Access to water resource data
§ 2343 Independent peer review
§ 2344 Safety assurance review
§ 2345 Electronic submission of permit applications
§ 2346 Project administration
§ 2347 Coordination and scheduling of Federal, State, and local actions
§ 2348 Project streamlining
Subchapter I - Cost Sharing
§ 2211 Harbors
§ 2212 Inland waterway transportation
§ 2213 Flood control and other purposes
§ 2214 General credit for flood control
§ 2215 Feasibility studies; planning, engineering, and design
§ 2216 Rate of interest
§ 2217 Limitation on applicability of certain provisions in reports
§ 2218 General applicability of cost sharing
§ 2219 Definitions
§ 2220 Rivers and harbors and other waterways projects for benefit of navigation, flood control, hurricane protection, beach erosion control, and other purposes
§ 2221 Cost limitations on projects
§ 2222 Use of other Federal funds
Subchapter II - Harbor Development
§ 2231 Studies of projects by non-Federal interests
§ 2232 Construction of projects by non-Federal interests
§ 2233 Coordination and scheduling of Federal, State, and local actions
§ 2234 Nonapplicability to Saint Lawrence Seaway
§ 2235 Construction in usable increments
§ 2236 Port or harbor dues
§ 2237 Information for national security
§ 2238 Authorization of appropriations
§ 2239 Repealed.]
§ 2240 Emergency response services
§ 2241 Definitions
§ 2242 Remote and subsistence harbors
Subchapter III - Inland Waterway Transportation System
§ 2251 Inland Waterways Users Board
Subchapter IV - Water Resources Studies
§ 2261 Territories development study
§ 2262 Survey of potential for use of certain facilities as hydroelectric facilities
§ 2263 Study of Corps capability to conserve fish and wildlife
§ 2264 Deauthorization of studies
§ 2265 Columbia River/Arkansas River Basin transfers
§ 2266 Canadian tidal power study
§ 2267 New York Bight study
§ 2267a Watershed and river basin assessments
§ 2268 Marine technology review
§ 2269 Tribal partnership program
Subchapter V - General Provisions
§ 2280 Maximum cost of projects
§ 2281 Matters to be addressed in planning
§ 2282 Feasibility reports
§ 2282a Planning
§ 2283 Fish and wildlife mitigation
§ 2283a Status report
§ 2284 Benefits and costs attributable to environmental measures
§ 2284a Benefits to navigation
§ 2284b Scenic and aesthetic considerations
§ 2285 Environmental Protection and Mitigation Fund
§ 2286 Acceptance of certain funds for mitigation
§ 2287 Continued planning and investigations
§ 2288 Review of cost effectiveness of design
§ 2289 Urban and rural flood control frequency
§ 2290 Flood control in Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands
§ 2291 Federal Project Repayment District
§ 2292 Surveying and mapping
§ 2293 Reprogramming during national emergencies
§ 2293a Reprogramming of funds for projects by Corps of Engineers
§ 2294 Office of Environmental Policy
§ 2295 Compilation of laws; annual reports
§ 2296 Acquisition of recreation lands
§ 2297 Operation and maintenance on recreation lands
§ 2298 Impact of proposed projects on existing recreation facilities
§ 2299 Acquisition of beach fill
§ 2300 Study of Corps capabilities
§ 2303 Historical properties
§ 2304 Separability
§ 2305 Use of FMHA funds
§ 2306 Reports
§ 2307 Control of ice
§ 2308 Campgrounds for senior citizens
§ 2309 Great Lakes Commodities Marketing Board
§ 2309a Project modifications for improvement of environment
§ 2310 Cost sharing for Territories
§ 2311 Report to Congress covering proposals for water impoundment facilities
§ 2312 Comments on certain changes in operations of reservoirs
§ 2313 Collaborative research and development
§ 2313a Engineering and environmental innovations of national significance
§ 2313b Support of Army civil works program
§ 2314 Innovative technology
§ 2314a Technical assistance program
§ 2315 Periodic statements
§ 2316 Environmental protection mission
§ 2317 Wetlands
§ 2317a Cooperative agreements
§ 2317b Wetlands mitigation
§ 2318 Flood plain management
§ 2319 Reservoir management
§ 2320 Protection of recreational and commercial uses
§ 2321 Operation and maintenance of hydroelectric facilities
§ 2321a Hydroelectric power project uprating
§ 2322 Single entities
§ 2323 Technical assistance to private entities
§ 2323a Interagency and international support authority
§ 2324 Reduced pricing for certain water supply storage
§ 2325 Voluntary contributions for environmental and recreation projects
§ 2326 Regional sediment management
§ 2326a Dredged material disposal facility partnerships
§ 2326b Sediment management
§ 2326c Dredged material marketing and recycling
§ 2327 Definition of rehabilitation for inland waterway projects
§ 2328 Challenge cost-sharing program for management of recreation facilities
§ 2329 International outreach program
§ 2330 Aquatic ecosystem restoration
§ 2330a Monitoring ecosystem restoration
§ 2331 Use of continuing contracts for construction of certain projects
§ 2332 Flood mitigation and riverine restoration program
§ 2333 Irrigation diversion protection and fisheries enhancement assistance
§ 2334 Innovative technologies for watershed restoration
§ 2335 Coastal aquatic habitat management
§ 2336 Abandoned and inactive noncoal mine restoration
§ 2337 Property protection program
§ 2338 Reburial and conveyance authority
§ 2339 Assistance programs
§ 2340 Revision of project partnership agreement; cost sharing
§ 2341 Expedited actions for emergency flood damage reduction
§ 2342 Access to water resource data
§ 2343 Independent peer review
§ 2344 Safety assurance review
§ 2345 Electronic submission of permit applications
§ 2346 Project administration
§ 2347 Coordination and scheduling of Federal, State, and local actions
§ 2348 Project streamlining
Subchapter I - Cost Sharing
§ 2211 Harbors
§ 2212 Inland waterway transportation
§ 2213 Flood control and other purposes
§ 2214 General credit for flood control
§ 2215 Feasibility studies; planning, engineering, and design
§ 2216 Rate of interest
§ 2217 Limitation on applicability of certain provisions in reports
§ 2218 General applicability of cost sharing
§ 2219 Definitions
§ 2220 Rivers and harbors and other waterways projects for benefit of navigation, flood control, hurricane protection, beach erosion control, and other purposes
§ 2221 Cost limitations on projects
§ 2222 Use of other Federal funds
Subchapter II - Harbor Development
§ 2231 Studies of projects by non-Federal interests
§ 2232 Construction of projects by non-Federal interests
§ 2233 Coordination and scheduling of Federal, State, and local actions
§ 2234 Nonapplicability to Saint Lawrence Seaway
§ 2235 Construction in usable increments
§ 2236 Port or harbor dues
§ 2237 Information for national security
§ 2238 Authorization of appropriations
§ 2239 Repealed.]
§ 2240 Emergency response services
§ 2241 Definitions
§ 2242 Remote and subsistence harbors
Subchapter III - Inland Waterway Transportation System
§ 2251 Inland Waterways Users Board
Subchapter IV - Water Resources Studies
§ 2261 Territories development study
§ 2262 Survey of potential for use of certain facilities as hydroelectric facilities
§ 2263 Study of Corps capability to conserve fish and wildlife
§ 2264 Deauthorization of studies
§ 2265 Columbia River/Arkansas River Basin transfers
§ 2266 Canadian tidal power study
§ 2267 New York Bight study
§ 2267a Watershed and river basin assessments
§ 2268 Marine technology review
§ 2269 Tribal partnership program
Subchapter V - General Provisions
§ 2280 Maximum cost of projects
§ 2281 Matters to be addressed in planning
§ 2282 Feasibility reports
§ 2282a Planning
§ 2283 Fish and wildlife mitigation
§ 2283a Status report
§ 2284 Benefits and costs attributable to environmental measures
§ 2284a Benefits to navigation
§ 2284b Scenic and aesthetic considerations
§ 2285 Environmental Protection and Mitigation Fund
§ 2286 Acceptance of certain funds for mitigation
§ 2287 Continued planning and investigations
§ 2288 Review of cost effectiveness of design
§ 2289 Urban and rural flood control frequency
§ 2290 Flood control in Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands
§ 2291 Federal Project Repayment District
§ 2292 Surveying and mapping
§ 2293 Reprogramming during national emergencies
§ 2293a Reprogramming of funds for projects by Corps of Engineers
§ 2294 Office of Environmental Policy
§ 2295 Compilation of laws; annual reports
§ 2296 Acquisition of recreation lands
§ 2297 Operation and maintenance on recreation lands
§ 2298 Impact of proposed projects on existing recreation facilities
§ 2299 Acquisition of beach fill
§ 2300 Study of Corps capabilities
§ 2303 Historical properties
§ 2304 Separability
§ 2305 Use of FMHA funds
§ 2306 Reports
§ 2307 Control of ice
§ 2308 Campgrounds for senior citizens
§ 2309 Great Lakes Commodities Marketing Board
§ 2309a Project modifications for improvement of environment
§ 2310 Cost sharing for Territories
§ 2311 Report to Congress covering proposals for water impoundment facilities
§ 2312 Comments on certain changes in operations of reservoirs
§ 2313 Collaborative research and development
§ 2313a Engineering and environmental innovations of national significance
§ 2313b Support of Army civil works program
§ 2314 Innovative technology
§ 2314a Technical assistance program
§ 2315 Periodic statements
§ 2316 Environmental protection mission
§ 2317 Wetlands
§ 2317a Cooperative agreements
§ 2317b Wetlands mitigation
§ 2318 Flood plain management
§ 2319 Reservoir management
§ 2320 Protection of recreational and commercial uses
§ 2321 Operation and maintenance of hydroelectric facilities
§ 2321a Hydroelectric power project uprating
§ 2322 Single entities
§ 2323 Technical assistance to private entities
§ 2323a Interagency and international support authority
§ 2324 Reduced pricing for certain water supply storage
§ 2325 Voluntary contributions for environmental and recreation projects
§ 2326 Regional sediment management
§ 2326a Dredged material disposal facility partnerships
§ 2326b Sediment management
§ 2326c Dredged material marketing and recycling
§ 2327 Definition of rehabilitation for inland waterway projects
§ 2328 Challenge cost-sharing program for management of recreation facilities
§ 2329 International outreach program
§ 2330 Aquatic ecosystem restoration
§ 2330a Monitoring ecosystem restoration
§ 2331 Use of continuing contracts for construction of certain projects
§ 2332 Flood mitigation and riverine restoration program
§ 2333 Irrigation diversion protection and fisheries enhancement assistance
§ 2334 Innovative technologies for watershed restoration
§ 2335 Coastal aquatic habitat management
§ 2336 Abandoned and inactive noncoal mine restoration
§ 2337 Property protection program
§ 2338 Reburial and conveyance authority
§ 2339 Assistance programs
§ 2340 Revision of project partnership agreement; cost sharing
§ 2341 Expedited actions for emergency flood damage reduction
§ 2342 Access to water resource data
§ 2343 Independent peer review
§ 2344 Safety assurance review
§ 2345 Electronic submission of permit applications
§ 2346 Project administration
§ 2347 Coordination and scheduling of Federal, State, and local actions
§ 2348 Project streamlining
Subchapter I - Cost Sharing
§ 2211 Harbors
§ 2212 Inland waterway transportation
§ 2213 Flood control and other purposes
§ 2214 General credit for flood control
§ 2215 Feasibility studies; planning, engineering, and design
§ 2216 Rate of interest
§ 2217 Limitation on applicability of certain provisions in reports
§ 2218 General applicability of cost sharing
§ 2219 Definitions
§ 2220 Rivers and harbors and other waterways projects for benefit of navigation, flood control, hurricane protection, beach erosion control, and other purposes
§ 2221 Cost limitations on projects
§ 2222 Use of other Federal funds
Subchapter II - Harbor Development
§ 2231 Studies of projects by non-Federal interests
§ 2232 Construction of projects by non-Federal interests
§ 2233 Coordination and scheduling of Federal, State, and local actions
§ 2234 Nonapplicability to Saint Lawrence Seaway
§ 2235 Construction in usable increments
§ 2236 Port or harbor dues
§ 2237 Information for national security
§ 2238 Authorization of appropriations
§ 2239 Repealed.]
§ 2240 Emergency response services
§ 2241 Definitions
§ 2242 Remote and subsistence harbors
Subchapter III - Inland Waterway Transportation System
§ 2251 Inland Waterways Users Board
Subchapter IV - Water Resources Studies
§ 2261 Territories development study
§ 2262 Survey of potential for use of certain facilities as hydroelectric facilities
§ 2263 Study of Corps capability to conserve fish and wildlife
§ 2264 Deauthorization of studies
§ 2265 Columbia River/Arkansas River Basin transfers
§ 2266 Canadian tidal power study
§ 2267 New York Bight study
§ 2267a Watershed and river basin assessments
§ 2268 Marine technology review
§ 2269 Tribal partnership program
Subchapter V - General Provisions
§ 2280 Maximum cost of projects
§ 2281 Matters to be addressed in planning
§ 2282 Feasibility reports
§ 2282a Planning
§ 2283 Fish and wildlife mitigation
§ 2283a Status report
§ 2284 Benefits and costs attributable to environmental measures
§ 2284a Benefits to navigation
§ 2284b Scenic and aesthetic considerations
§ 2285 Environmental Protection and Mitigation Fund
§ 2286 Acceptance of certain funds for mitigation
§ 2287 Continued planning and investigations
§ 2288 Review of cost effectiveness of design
§ 2289 Urban and rural flood control frequency
§ 2290 Flood control in Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands
§ 2291 Federal Project Repayment District
§ 2292 Surveying and mapping
§ 2293 Reprogramming during national emergencies
§ 2293a Reprogramming of funds for projects by Corps of Engineers
§ 2294 Office of Environmental Policy
§ 2295 Compilation of laws; annual reports
§ 2296 Acquisition of recreation lands
§ 2297 Operation and maintenance on recreation lands
§ 2298 Impact of proposed projects on existing recreation facilities
§ 2299 Acquisition of beach fill
§ 2300 Study of Corps capabilities
§ 2303 Historical properties
§ 2304 Separability
§ 2305 Use of FMHA funds
§ 2306 Reports
§ 2307 Control of ice
§ 2308 Campgrounds for senior citizens
§ 2309 Great Lakes Commodities Marketing Board
§ 2309a Project modifications for improvement of environment
§ 2310 Cost sharing for Territories
§ 2311 Report to Congress covering proposals for water impoundment facilities
§ 2312 Comments on certain changes in operations of reservoirs
§ 2313 Collaborative research and development
§ 2313a Engineering and environmental innovations of national significance
§ 2313b Support of Army civil works program
§ 2314 Innovative technology
§ 2314a Technical assistance program
§ 2315 Periodic statements
§ 2316 Environmental protection mission
§ 2317 Wetlands
§ 2317a Cooperative agreements
§ 2317b Wetlands mitigation
§ 2318 Flood plain management
§ 2319 Reservoir management
§ 2320 Protection of recreational and commercial uses
§ 2321 Operation and maintenance of hydroelectric facilities
§ 2321a Hydroelectric power project uprating
§ 2322 Single entities
§ 2323 Technical assistance to private entities
§ 2323a Interagency and international support authority
§ 2324 Reduced pricing for certain water supply storage
§ 2325 Voluntary contributions for environmental and recreation projects
§ 2326 Regional sediment management
§ 2326a Dredged material disposal facility partnerships
§ 2326b Sediment management
§ 2326c Dredged material marketing and recycling
§ 2327 Definition of rehabilitation for inland waterway projects
§ 2328 Challenge cost-sharing program for management of recreation facilities
§ 2329 International outreach program
§ 2330 Aquatic ecosystem restoration
§ 2330a Monitoring ecosystem restoration
§ 2331 Use of continuing contracts for construction of certain projects
§ 2332 Flood mitigation and riverine restoration program
§ 2333 Irrigation diversion protection and fisheries enhancement assistance
§ 2334 Innovative technologies for watershed restoration
§ 2335 Coastal aquatic habitat management
§ 2336 Abandoned and inactive noncoal mine restoration
§ 2337 Property protection program
§ 2338 Reburial and conveyance authority
§ 2339 Assistance programs
§ 2340 Revision of project partnership agreement; cost sharing
§ 2341 Expedited actions for emergency flood damage reduction
§ 2342 Access to water resource data
§ 2343 Independent peer review
§ 2344 Safety assurance review
§ 2345 Electronic submission of permit applications
§ 2346 Project administration
§ 2347 Coordination and scheduling of Federal, State, and local actions
§ 2348 Project streamlining
Subchapter I - Cost Sharing
§ 2211 Harbors
§ 2212 Inland waterway transportation
§ 2213 Flood control and other purposes
§ 2214 General credit for flood control
§ 2215 Feasibility studies; planning, engineering, and design
§ 2216 Rate of interest
§ 2217 Limitation on applicability of certain provisions in reports
§ 2218 General applicability of cost sharing
§ 2219 Definitions
§ 2220 Rivers and harbors and other waterways projects for benefit of navigation, flood control, hurricane protection, beach erosion control, and other purposes
§ 2221 Cost limitations on projects
§ 2222 Use of other Federal funds
Subchapter II - Harbor Development
§ 2231 Studies of projects by non-Federal interests
§ 2232 Construction of projects by non-Federal interests
§ 2233 Coordination and scheduling of Federal, State, and local actions
§ 2234 Nonapplicability to Saint Lawrence Seaway
§ 2235 Construction in usable increments
§ 2236 Port or harbor dues
§ 2237 Information for national security
§ 2238 Authorization of appropriations
§ 2239 Repealed.]
§ 2240 Emergency response services
§ 2241 Definitions
§ 2242 Remote and subsistence harbors
Subchapter III - Inland Waterway Transportation System
§ 2251 Inland Waterways Users Board
Subchapter IV - Water Resources Studies
§ 2261 Territories development study
§ 2262 Survey of potential for use of certain facilities as hydroelectric facilities
§ 2263 Study of Corps capability to conserve fish and wildlife
§ 2264 Deauthorization of studies
§ 2265 Columbia River/Arkansas River Basin transfers
§ 2266 Canadian tidal power study
§ 2267 New York Bight study
§ 2267a Watershed and river basin assessments
§ 2268 Marine technology review
§ 2269 Tribal partnership program
Subchapter V - General Provisions
§ 2280 Maximum cost of projects
§ 2281 Matters to be addressed in planning
§ 2282 Feasibility reports
§ 2282a Planning
§ 2283 Fish and wildlife mitigation
§ 2283a Status report
§ 2284 Benefits and costs attributable to environmental measures
§ 2284a Benefits to navigation
§ 2284b Scenic and aesthetic considerations
§ 2285 Environmental Protection and Mitigation Fund
§ 2286 Acceptance of certain funds for mitigation
§ 2287 Continued planning and investigations
§ 2288 Review of cost effectiveness of design
§ 2289 Urban and rural flood control frequency
§ 2290 Flood control in Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands
§ 2291 Federal Project Repayment District
§ 2292 Surveying and mapping
§ 2293 Reprogramming during national emergencies
§ 2293a Reprogramming of funds for projects by Corps of Engineers
§ 2294 Office of Environmental Policy
§ 2295 Compilation of laws; annual reports
§ 2296 Acquisition of recreation lands
§ 2297 Operation and maintenance on recreation lands
§ 2298 Impact of proposed projects on existing recreation facilities
§ 2299 Acquisition of beach fill
§ 2300 Study of Corps capabilities
§ 2303 Historical properties
§ 2304 Separability
§ 2305 Use of FMHA funds
§ 2306 Reports
§ 2307 Control of ice
§ 2308 Campgrounds for senior citizens
§ 2309 Great Lakes Commodities Marketing Board
§ 2309a Project modifications for improvement of environment
§ 2310 Cost sharing for Territories
§ 2311 Report to Congress covering proposals for water impoundment facilities
§ 2312 Comments on certain changes in operations of reservoirs
§ 2313 Collaborative research and development
§ 2313a Engineering and environmental innovations of national significance
§ 2313b Support of Army civil works program
§ 2314 Innovative technology
§ 2314a Technical assistance program
§ 2315 Periodic statements
§ 2316 Environmental protection mission
§ 2317 Wetlands
§ 2317a Cooperative agreements
§ 2317b Wetlands mitigation
§ 2318 Flood plain management
§ 2319 Reservoir management
§ 2320 Protection of recreational and commercial uses
§ 2321 Operation and maintenance of hydroelectric facilities
§ 2321a Hydroelectric power project uprating
§ 2322 Single entities
§ 2323 Technical assistance to private entities
§ 2323a Interagency and international support authority
§ 2324 Reduced pricing for certain water supply storage
§ 2325 Voluntary contributions for environmental and recreation projects
§ 2326 Regional sediment management
§ 2326a Dredged material disposal facility partnerships
§ 2326b Sediment management
§ 2326c Dredged material marketing and recycling
§ 2327 Definition of rehabilitation for inland waterway projects
§ 2328 Challenge cost-sharing program for management of recreation facilities
§ 2329 International outreach program
§ 2330 Aquatic ecosystem restoration
§ 2330a Monitoring ecosystem restoration
§ 2331 Use of continuing contracts for construction of certain projects
§ 2332 Flood mitigation and riverine restoration program
§ 2333 Irrigation diversion protection and fisheries enhancement assistance
§ 2334 Innovative technologies for watershed restoration
§ 2335 Coastal aquatic habitat management
§ 2336 Abandoned and inactive noncoal mine restoration
§ 2337 Property protection program
§ 2338 Reburial and conveyance authority
§ 2339 Assistance programs
§ 2340 Revision of project partnership agreement; cost sharing
§ 2341 Expedited actions for emergency flood damage reduction
§ 2342 Access to water resource data
§ 2343 Independent peer review
§ 2344 Safety assurance review
§ 2345 Electronic submission of permit applications
§ 2346 Project administration
§ 2347 Coordination and scheduling of Federal, State, and local actions
§ 2348 Project streamlining
Chapter 37 - Organotin Antifouling Paint Control
§ 2401 Findings; purpose
§ 2402 Definitions
§ 2403 Prohibition on application of organotin antifouling paints on certain vessels
§ 2404 Prohibition of certain organotin antifouling paints and organotin additives used to make such paints
§ 2405 Certification
§ 2406 Monitoring and research of ecological effects
§ 2407 Alternative antifouling research
§ 2408 Water quality criteria document
§ 2409 Penalties
§ 2410 Other authorities; State laws
Chapter 38 - Dumping of Medical Waste by Public Vessels
§ 2501 Findings
§ 2502 Definitions
§ 2503 Prohibition
§ 2504 Guidance
Chapter 39 - Shore Protection From Municipal or Commercial Waste
Subchapter I - Shore Protection
§ 2601 Definitions
§ 2602 Vessel permits and numbers
§ 2603 Waste handling practices
§ 2604 Suspension, revocation, and injunctions
§ 2605 Enforcement
§ 2606 Subpena authority
§ 2607 Fees
§ 2608 Civil penalty procedures
§ 2609 Penalties
Subchapter II - Related Provisions
§ 2621 Study and recommendations
§ 2622 Relation to other laws
§ 2623 Authorization of appropriations
Chapter 40 - Oil Pollution
Subchapter I - Oil Pollution Liability and Compensation
§ 2701 Definitions
§ 2702 Elements of liability
§ 2703 Defenses to liability
§ 2704 Limits on liability
§ 2705 Interest; partial payment of claims
§ 2706 Natural resources
§ 2707 Recovery by foreign claimants
§ 2708 Recovery by responsible party
§ 2709 Contribution
§ 2710 Indemnification agreements
§ 2711 Consultation on removal actions
§ 2712 Uses of Fund
§ 2713 Claims procedure
§ 2714 Designation of source and advertisement
§ 2715 Subrogation
§ 2716 Financial responsibility
§ 2716a Financial responsibility civil penalties
§ 2717 Litigation, jurisdiction, and venue
§ 2718 Relationship to other law
§ 2719 State financial responsibility
§ 2720 Differentiation among fats, oils, and greases
Subchapter II - Prince William Sound Provisions
§ 2731 Oil Spill Recovery Institute
§ 2732 Terminal and tanker oversight and monitoring
§ 2733 Bligh Reef light
§ 2734 Vessel traffic service system
§ 2735 Equipment and personnel requirements under tank vessel and facility response plans
§ 2736 Funding
§ 2737 Limitation
§ 2738 North Pacific Marine Research Institute
Subchapter III - Miscellaneous
§ 2751 Savings provision
§ 2752 Annual appropriations
§ 2753 Repealed.]
Subchapter IV - Oil Pollution Research and Development Program
§ 2761 Oil pollution research and development program
§ 2762 Submerged oil program
Chapter 41 - National Coastal Monitoring
§ 2801 Purposes
§ 2802 Definitions
§ 2803 Comprehensive Coastal Water Quality Monitoring Program
§ 2804 Report to Congress
§ 2805 Authorization of appropriations
Chapter 42 - Estuary Restoration
§ 2901 Purposes
§ 2902 Definitions
§ 2903 Estuary habitat restoration program
§ 2904 Establishment of Estuary Habitat Restoration Council
§ 2905 Estuary habitat restoration strategy
§ 2906 Monitoring of estuary habitat restoration projects
§ 2907 Reporting
§ 2908 Funding
§ 2909 General provisions
Chapter 43 - National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Officer Corps
Subchapter I - General Provisions
§ 3001 Commissioned officer corps
§ 3002 Definitions
§ 3003 Authorized number on the active list
§ 3004 Strength and distribution in grade
§ 3005 Number of authorized commissioned officers
Subchapter II - Appointment and Promotion of Officers
§ 3021 Original appointments
§ 3022 Personnel boards
§ 3023 Promotion of ensigns to grade of lieutenant (junior grade)
§ 3024 Promotion by selection to permanent grades above lieutenant (junior grade)
§ 3025 Length of service for promotion purposes
§ 3026 Appointments and promotions to permanent grades
§ 3027 General qualification of officers for promotion to higher permanent grade
§ 3028 Positions of importance and responsibility
§ 3029 Temporary appointments and promotions generally
§ 3030 Temporary appointment or advancement of commissioned officers in time of war or national emergency
§ 3031 Pay and allowances; date of acceptance of promotion
§ 3032 Service credit as deck officer or junior engineer for promotion purposes
§ 3033 Suspension during war or emergency
Subchapter III - Separation and Retirement of Officers
§ 3041 Involuntary retirement or separation
§ 3042 Separation pay
§ 3043 Mandatory retirement for age
§ 3044 Retirement for length of service
§ 3045 Computation of retired pay
§ 3046 Retired grade and retired pay
§ 3047 Retired rank and pay held pursuant to other laws unaffected
§ 3048 Continuation on active duty; deferral of retirement
§ 3049 Recall to active duty
Subchapter IV - Service of Officers With the Military Departments
§ 3061 Cooperation with and transfer to military departments
§ 3062 Relative rank of officers when serving with Army, Navy, or Air Force
§ 3063 Rules and regulations when cooperating with military departments
Subchapter V - Rights and Benefits
§ 3071 Applicability of certain provisions of title 10
§ 3072 Eligibility for veterans benefits and other rights, privileges, immunities, and benefits under certain provisions of law
§ 3073 Medical and dental care
§ 3074 Commissary privileges
§ 3075 Authority to use appropriated funds for transportation and reimbursement of certain items
§ 3076 Presentation of United States flag upon retirement
Chapter 44 - Oceans and Human Health
§ 3101 Interagency oceans and human health research program
§ 3102 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Oceans and Human Health Initiative
§ 3103 Public information and outreach
§ 3104 Authorization of appropriations
Chapter 45 - Tsunami Warning and Education
§ 3201 Definitions
§ 3202 Purposes
§ 3203 Tsunami forecasting and warning program
§ 3204 National tsunami hazard mitigation program
§ 3205 Tsunami research program
§ 3206 Global tsunami warning and mitigation network
§ 3207 Authorization of appropriations
Chapter 46 - National Levee Safety Program
§ 3301 Definitions
§ 3302 Committee on Levee Safety
§ 3303 Inventory and inspection of levees
§ 3304 Limitations on statutory construction
§ 3305 Authorization of appropriations
Chapter 47 - Ocean Exploration
Subchapter I - Exploration
§ 3401 Purpose
§ 3402 Program established
§ 3403 Powers and duties of the Administrator
§ 3404 Ocean exploration and undersea research technology and infrastructure task force
§ 3405 Ocean Exploration Advisory Board
§ 3406 Authorization of appropriations
Subchapter II - Noaa Undersea Research Program
§ 3421 Program established
§ 3422 Powers of program Director
§ 3423 Administrative structure
§ 3424 Research, exploration, education, and technology programs
§ 3425 Competitiveness
§ 3426 Authorization of appropriations
Chapter 48 - Ocean and Coastal Mapping Integration
§ 3501 Establishment of program
§ 3502 Interagency committee on ocean and coastal mapping
§ 3503 Biennial reports
§ 3504 Plan
§ 3505 Effect on other laws
§ 3506 Authorization of appropriations
§ 3507 Definitions
Chapter 49 - Integrated Coastal and Ocean Observation System
§ 3601 Purposes
§ 3602 Definitions
§ 3603 Integrated Coastal and Ocean Observing System
§ 3604 Interagency financing and agreements
§ 3605 Application with other laws
§ 3606 Report to Congress
§ 3607 Public-private use policy
§ 3608 Independent cost estimate
§ 3609 Intent of Congress
§ 3610 Authorization of appropriations
Chapter 50 - Federal Ocean Acidification Research and Monitoring
§ 3701 Purposes
§ 3702 Definitions
§ 3703 Interagency Subcommittee
§ 3704 Strategic research plan
§ 3705 NOAA ocean acidification activities
§ 3706 NSF ocean acidification activities
§ 3707 NASA ocean acidification activities
§ 3708 Authorization of appropriations