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  1. United States of America - - Law, Act

    U.S.C. TITLE 18 - Crimes and Criminal Procedure. - United States Code

    Adoption: 1948-06-25 | USA-1948-L-96805

    I. Crimes - Sec. 1
    II. Criminal Procedure - Sec. 3001
    III. Prisons and Prisoners - Sec. 4001
    IV. Correction of Youthful Offenders - Sec. 5001
    V. Immunity of Witnesses - Sec. 6001

  2. United States of America - - Law, Act

    U.S.C. TITLE 9 - Arbitration. - United States Code Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1947-07-30 | USA-1947-L-92427

    Chapter 1. General provisions (sec. 1)
    Chapter 2. Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (sec. 201)
    Chapter 3. Inter-American Convention on International Commercial Arbitration (sec. 301)

  3. United States of America - - Law, Act

    U.S.C. TITLE 6 - Domestic Security. - United States Code Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1947-07-30 | USA-1947-L-105986

    CHAPTER 1—HOMELAND SECURITY ORGANIZATION (sections 101 to 644)
    CHAPTER 2—NATIONAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (sections 701 to 797)
    CHAPTER 3—SECURITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY FOR EVERY PORT (sections 901 to 1003)
    CHAPTER 4—TRANSPORTATION SECURITY (sections 1101 to 1208)
    CHAPTER 5—BORDER INFRASTRUCTURE AND TECHNOLOGY MODERNIZATION (sections 1401 to 1405)
    CHAPTER 6—CYBERSECURITY (sections 1501 to 1533)

  4. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Portal-To-Portal Pay Act, 1947 (29 U.S.C., Chapter 9). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1947-05-01 | Date of entry into force: 1947-05-01 | USA-1947-L-31152

    Provides for relief from certain existing claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended, the Walsh-Healey Act, and the Bacon-Davis Act on account of the failure of employers to pay minimum wages or overtime compensation for activities engaged in prior to 14 May, 1947, with the exception of specified cases.

    Sections:
    251. Congressional findings and declaration of policy.
    252. Relief from certain existing claims under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as amended, the Walsh-Healey Act, and the Bacon-Davis Act.
    253. Compromise and waiver.
    254. Relief from liability and punishment under the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, the Walsh-Healey Act, and the Bacon-Davis Act for failure to pay minimum wage or overtime compensation.
    255. Statute of limitations.
    256. Determination of commencement of future actions.
    257. Pending collective and representative actions
    258. Reliance on past administrative rulings, etc.
    259. Reliance in future on administrative rulings, etc.
    260. Liquidated damages.
    261. Applicability of "area of production" regulations.
    262. Definitions.

  5. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Labor Management Relations Act, 1947 (29 U.S.C., Chapter 7). - US Code

    Adoption: 1947 | Date of entry into force: 1947-06-23 | USA-1935-L-31133

    Governs the rights of employers and trade unions in labour relations matters. It establishes the National Labour Relations Board, and contains specific provisions concerning election of trade union representatives, prevention of unfair labour practices, Board investigatory powers, the right to strike, religious convictions, conciliation of labour disputes, boards of inquiry, injunctions during national emergencies, and related matters.

    SUBCHAPTER I - GENERAL PROVISIONS
    §141. Short title; Congressional declaration of purpose and policy
    §142. Definitions
    §143. Saving provisions
    §144. Separability

    SUBCHAPTER II - NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS ACT, 1935 [not part of the Labor Management Relations Act, 1947, which comprises this chapter]

    SUBCHAPTER III - CONCILIATION OF LABOR DISPUTES; NATIONAL EMERGENCIES
    §171. Declaration of purpose and policy
    §172. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
    §173. Functions of Service
    §174. Co-equal obligations of employees, their representatives, and management to minimize labor disputes
    §175. National Labor-Management Panel; creation and composition; appointment, tenure, and compensation; duties
    §175a. Assistance to plant, area, and industrywide labor management committees
    §176. National emergencies; appointment of board of inquiry by President; report; contents; filing with Service
    §177. Board of inquiry
    §178. Injunctions during national emergency
    §179. Injunctions during national emergency; adjustment efforts by parties during injunction period
    §180. Discharge of injunction upon certification of results of election or settlement; report to Congress
    §181. Compilation of collective bargaining agreements, etc.; use of data
    §182. Exemption of Railway Labor Act from subchapter
    §183. Conciliation of labor disputes in the health care industry

    SUBCHAPTER IV - LIABILITIES OF AND RESTRICTIONS ON LABOR AND MANAGEMENT
    §185. Suits by and against labor organizations
    §186. Restrictions on financial transactions
    §187. Unlawful activities or conduct; right to sue; jurisdiction; limitations; damages
    §188. Repealed. Aug. 9, 1955, ch. 690, §4(3), 69 Stat. 625

    SUBCHAPTER V - CONGRESSIONAL JOINT COMMITTEE ON LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS

  6. United States of America - - Law, Act

    U.S.C. TITLE 22 - Foreign Relations and Intercourse. - United States Code Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1946-08-13 | USA-1946-L-105990

  7. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Public Health Service Act (42 U.S.C., Chapter 6A). - United States Code Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1944-07-01 | USA-1944-L-80544

    Regulates health services in the US, including administration and organization of services, research, preventive measures with respect to certain diseases, health information and promotion, grants and vaccines etc.

  8. United States of America - - Law, Act

    U.S.C. TITLE 8 - Aliens and Nationality. - United States Code

    Adoption: 1940-10-14 | USA-1940-L-92393

    Title as amended to 01/03/2012.
    Chapters:
    1. General Provisions [Repealed or Omitted] (Sec. 1)
    2. Elective Franchise [Transferred] (Sec. 31)
    3. Civil Rights [Transferred or Repealed] (Sec.41)
    4. Freedmen [Omitted] (Sec. 61)
    5. Alien Ownership of Land [Transferred or Omitted] (Sec. 71)
    6. Immigration [Transferred, Omitted, or Repealed] (Sec. 100)
    7. Exclusion of Chinese [Omitted or Repealed] (Sec. 261)
    8. The Cooly Trade [Repealed] (Sec. 331)
    9. Miscellaneous Provisions [Repealed or Transferred] (Sec. 351)
    10. Alien Registration [Repealed] (Sec. 451)
    11. Nationality [Repealed or Transferred] (Sec. 501)
    12. Immigration and Nationality (Sec. 1101)
    13. Immigration and Naturalization Service (Sec. 1551)
    14. Restricting Welfare and Public Benefits for Aliens (Sec. 1601)
    15. Enhanced Border Security and Visa Entry Reform (Sec. 1701)

  9. United States of America - - Law, Act

    U.S.C. TITLE 25 - Indians. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1940-07-08 | USA-1940-L-92402

    Summary of Title as amended to 01/03/2012.

    Chapter 1 - Bureau of Indian Affairs
    Chapter 2 - Officers of Indian Affairs
    Chapter 2a - Indian Claims Commission
    Chapter 3 - Agreements With Indians
    Chapter 4 - Performance By United States of Obligations to Indians
    Chapter 5 - Protection of Indians
    Chapter 6 - Government of Indian Country and Reservations
    Chapter 7 - Education of Indians
    Chapter 7a - Promotion of Social and Economic Welfare
    Chapter 8 - Rights-Of-Way Through Indian Lands
    Chapter 9 - Allotment of Indian Lands
    Chapter 10 - Descent and Distribution; Heirs of Allottee
    Chapter 11 - Irrigation of Allotted Lands
    Chapter 12 - Lease, Sale, Or Surrender of Allotted Or Unallotted Lands
    Chapter 13 - Ceded Indian Lands
    Chapter 14 - Miscellaneous
    Chapter 15 - Constitutional Rights of Indians
    Chapter 16 - Distribution of Judgment Funds
    Chapter 17 - Financing Economic Development of Indians and Indian Organizations
    Chapter 18 - Indian Health Care
    Chapter 19 - Indian Land Claims Settlements
    Chapter 20 - Tribally Controlled Colleges and Universities Assistance
    Chapter 21 - Indian Child Welfare
    Chapter 22 - Bureau of Indian Affairs Programs
    Chapter 23 - Development of Tribal Mineral Resources
    Chapter 24 - Indian Land Consolidation
    Chapter 25 - Old Age Assistance Claims Settlement
    Chapter 26 - Indian Alcohol and Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment
    Chapter 27 - Tribally Controlled School Grants
    Chapter 28 - Indian Education Program
    Chapter 29 - Indian Gaming Regulation
    Chapter 30 - Indian Law Enforcement Reform
    Chapter 31 - Native American Languages
    Chapter 32 - Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation
    Chapter 32a - Cultural and Heritage Cooperation Authority
    Chapter 33 - National Indian Forest Resources Management
    Chapter 34 - Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention
    Chapter 35 - Indian Higher Education Programs
    Chapter 36 - Indian Employment, Training and Related Services
    Chapter 37 - Indian Energy
    Chapter 38 - Indian Tribal Justice Support
    Chapter 38a - Indian Tribal Justice Technical and Legal Assistance
    Chapter 39 - American Indian Agricultural Resource Management
    Chapter 40 - Indian Dams Safety
    Chapter 41 - Indian Lands Open Dump Cleanup
    Chapter 42 - American Indian Trust Fund Management Reform
    Chapter 43 - Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination
    Chapter 44 - Native American Business Development, Trade Promotion, and Tourism

  10. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 (FLSA) (29 U.S.C., Chapter 8). - US Department of Labor United States Code

    Adoption: 1938 | Date of entry into force: 1938-10-24 | USA-1938-L-31148

    Concerns labour standards including those in respect of minimum wage, hours of work, child labour, etc. Section 6(d) was added by the Equal Pay Act of 1963, approved June 10, 1963, effective June 11, 1964.

    201. Short title
    202. Congressional finding and declaration of policy
    203. Definitions
    204. Administration
    205. Repealed
    206. Minimum wage
    207. Maximum hours
    208. Repealed
    209. Attendance of witnesses
    210. Court review of wage orders in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands
    211. Collection of data
    212. Child labor provisions
    213. Exemptions
    214. Employment under special certificates
    215. Prohibited acts; prima facie evidence
    216. Penalties
    216a. Repealed
    216b. Liability for overtime work performed prior to July 20, 1949
    217. Injunction proceedings
    218. Relation to other laws
    218a. Automatic enrollment for employees of large employers
    218b. Notice to employees
    218c. Protections for employees
    219. Separability

  11. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Office of the Secretary of Labor Regulations (29 CFR - Subtitle A, § 0-99). - 29 CFR § 0-99

    Adoption: 1938 | USA-1938-L-96838

    Regulates a number of issues relating to the Office of the Secretary of Labor Regulations including; Ethics and Conduct of Department of Labor Employees; Procedures for Predetermination of Wage Rates; Contractors and Subcontractors on Public Building or Public Works as well as other regulations concerning construction and building; Department of Labor National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Compliance Procedures; Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition for Federal and Federally Assisted Programs; Security Regulations; Administrative Claims Under the Federal Tort Claims Act and Related Statutes; Equal Access to Justice Act; Intergovernmental Review of Department of Labor Programs and Activities; Rules of Practice and Procedure for Administrative Hearings Before the Office of Administrative Law Judges; Right to Financial Privacy Act; Federal Claims Collection; Program Fraud Civil Remedies Act of 1986; Procedures for the Handling of Retaliation Complaints Under Federal Employee Protection Statutes; Rules for the Nomination of Arbitrators Under Section 11 of Executive Order 10988; Labor Standards for the Registration of Apprenticeship Programs; Equal Employment Opportunity In Apprenticeship and Training; Nondiscrimination In Federally Assisted Programs of the Department of Labor; Nondiscrimination and Enforcement of nondiscrimination on the Basis of Handicap In Programs or Activities Receiving Federal Financial Assistance; Implementation of the Nondiscrimination and Equal Opportunity Requirements of the Job Training Partnership Act of 1982, As Amended (JTPA); Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Age in Programs or Activities Receiving Federal Assistance from The Department of Labor; Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Sex in Education Programs or Activities Receiving Federal Assistance; Implementation of the Nondiscrimination And Equal Opportunity Provisions of the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (WIA); Coordinated Enforcement; Process for Electing State Agency Employment Statistics Representatives for Consultations With Department of Labor; Production or Disclosure of Information or Materials; Protection of Individual Privacy and Access to Records Under the Privacy Act of 1974; Department of Labor Review and Certification Procedures for Rural Industrialization Loan and Grant Programs Under the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act of 1972; Certification of Eligibility to Apply for Worker Adjustment Assistance; New Restrictions on Lobbying; Governmentwide Requirements for Drug-Free Workplace (Financial Assistance); Grants and Agreements With Institutions of Higher Education, Hospitals, and Other Non-Profit Organizations, and With Commercial Organizations, Foreign Governments, Organizations Under the Jurisdiction of Foreign Governments, and International Organizations; Audit Requirements for Grants, Contracts and Other Agreements; Uniform Administrative Requirements for Grants and Cooperative Agreements to State and Local Governments; Governmentwide Debarment and Suspension (Nonprocurement); Audits of States, Local Governments, and Non-Profit Organizations.

  12. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Apprentice Labour (29 U.S.C., Chapter 4C). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1937-08-16 | USA-1937-L-92432

    50. Promotion of labor standards of apprenticeship
    50a. Publication of information; national advisory committees
    50b. Appointment of employees.

  13. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act (41 U.S. Code, secs 35-45)

    Adoption: 1936 | Date of entry into force: 1936-06-30 | USA-1936-L-31417

    Stipulates provisions to be contained in contracts entered into by the U.S. government or the District of Columbia for the manufacture or furnishing of materials, supplies, articles and equipment representing a value of more than $10,000.

  14. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Social Security Act of 1935 (42 U.S.C., Chapter 7). - US Code on-line Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1935 | Date of entry into force: 1935-08-35 | USA-1935-L-31159

    Chapter 7, Social Security, consists of twenty subchapters with the following headings: I. Grants to States for Old-Age Assistance, II. Federal Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance Benefits, III. Grants to States for Unemployment Compensation Administration, IV. Grants to States for Aid and Services to Needy Families with Children and for Child-Welfare Services, V. Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant, VI. Grants to States for Services to the Aged, Blind, or Disabled (all sections repealed), VIII. Taxes with Respect to Employment (all sections omitted), IX. Employment Security Administrative Financing, X. Grants to States for Aid to the Blind, XI. General Provisions and Professional Standards Review, XII. Advances to State Unemployment Funds, XIII. Reconversion Unemployment Benefits for Seamen (all sections omitted), XIV. Grants to States for Aid to the Permanently and Totally Disabled, XV. Unemployment Compensation for Federal Employees (all sections repealed), XVI. Supplemental Security Income for the Aged, Blind, and Disabled, XVII. Grants for Planning Comprehensive Action to Combat Mental Retardation, XVIII. Health Insurance for the Aged and Disabled, XIX. Grants to States for Medical Assistance Programs, and XX. Block Grant to States for Social Services.

  15. United States of America - - Law, Act

    National Labor Relations Act (29 U.S.C. Chapter 7, Subchapter II). (NLRA) - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1935 | USA-1935-L-105993

    Congress enacted the National Labor Relations Act ("NLRA") in 1935 to protect the rights of employees and employers, to encourage collective bargaining, and to curtail certain private sector labor and management practices, which can harm the general welfare of workers, businesses and the U.S. economy.

  16. United States of America - - Regulation, Decree, Ordinance

    National Labour Relations Board (29 CFR - Subtitle B, Chapter I, § 100-199). - 29 CFR § 100-199

    Adoption: 1934 | USA-1934-R-96839

    Contains provisions concerning administrative regulations, statements of procedures and other rules and regulations concerning the board.

  17. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Federal Employment Service (29 U.S.C., Chapter 4B). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1933-06-06 | USA-1933-L-92431

    49. United States Employment Service established
    49a. Definitions
    49b. Duties of Secretary
    49c. Acceptance by States; creation of State agencies
    49c-1. Transfer to States of property used by United States Employment Service
    49c-2 to 49c-5. Omitted, Repealed, or Transferred
    49d. Appropriations; certification for payment to States
    49d-1. Omitted
    49e. Allotment of funds
    49f. Percentage disposition of allotted funds
    49g. State plans
    49h. Fiscal controls and accounting procedures
    49i. Recordkeeping and accountability
    49j. Notice of strikes and lockouts to applicants
    49k. Rules and regulations
    49l. Miscellaneous operating authorities
    49l-1. Authorization of appropriations
    49l-2. Employment statistics
    49m, 49n. Omitted

  18. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Jurisdiction of Courts in Matters Affecting Employer and Employee (29 U.S.C., Chapter 6). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1932-03-23 | USA-1932-L-92467

    101. Issuance of restraining orders and injunctions; limitation; public policy.
    102. Public policy in labor matters declared.
    103. Nonenforceability of undertakings in conflict with public policy; "yellow dog" contracts.
    104. Enumeration of specific acts not subject to restraining orders or injunctions.
    105. Doing in concert of certain acts as constituting unlawful combination or conspiracy subjecting person to injunctive remedies.
    106. Responsibility of officers and members of associations or their organizations for unlawful acts of individual officers, members, and agents.
    107. Issuance of injunctions in labor disputes; hearing; findings of court; notice to affected persons; temporary restraining order; undertakings.
    108. Noncompliance with obligations involved in labor disputes or failure to settle by negotiation or arbitration as preventing injunctive relief.
    109. Granting of restraining order or injunction as dependent on previous findings of fact; limitation on prohibitions included in restraining orders and injunctions.
    110. Review by court of appeals of issuance or denial of temporary injunctions; record.
    111, 112. Repealed.
    113. Definitions of terms and words used in chapter.
    114. Separability.
    115. Repeal of conflicting acts.

  19. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Norris-LaGuardia Anti-Injunction Act of 1932

    Adoption: 1932 | USA-1932-L-31134

    Rules in respect of jurisdiction of courts in matters affecting employers and employees, such as the issuance of restraining orders and injunctions; public policy in labour matters; nonenforceability of undertakings in conflict with public policy, such as "yellow dog contracts"; and concerted action.

  20. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Railway Labor Act of 1926 (45 U.S.C., Chapter 8, §§ 151-188). - United States Code Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1926 | Date of entry into force: 1926-05-20 | USA-1926-L-31130

    Makes provisions in respect of duties of carriers; National Railroad Adjustment Board; National Mediation Board; functions of Mediation Board; procedures for changing rates of pay, rules, and working conditions; arbitrations; emergency boards; carriers by air; and the National Air Transport Adjustment Board.

  21. United States of America - - Law, Act

    U.S.C. TITLE 7 - Agriculture. - United States Code CFR 7 - Agriculture Regulations implementing USC Title 7

    Adoption: 1922-09-21 | USA-1922-L-92406

    The title contains 114 Chapters and regulates the agricultural sector, including with respect to safety issues.

  22. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Women's Bureau (29 U.S.C., Chapter 2). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1920-06-05 | USA-1920-L-92408

    Title as amended to 01/03/2012.

    Sections
    11. Bureau established.
    12. Director of bureau; appointment.
    13. Powers and duties of bureau.
    14. Assistant director of bureau; appointment; duties.
    15, 16. Repealed.

  23. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Clayton Antitrust Act of 1914

    Adoption: 1914 | USA-1914-L-31413

    Provides that antitrust laws are not applicable to labor organisations and limits circumstances under which injunctive relief can be granted in respect of labor disputes.

  24. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Labor Disputes; Mediation and Injunctive Relief (29 U.S.C., Chapter 5). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1913-03-04 | USA-1913-L-92433

    51. Repealed
    52. Statutory restriction of injunctive relief
    53. "Person" or "persons" defined.

  25. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Department of Labor (29 U.S.C., Chapter 12). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1913-03-04 | USA-1913-L-92471

    551. Establishment of Department; Secretary; seal.
    552. Deputy Secretary; appointment; duties.
    553. Assistant Secretaries; appointment; duties.
    554. Assistants to Secretary.
    555. Solicitor.
    556. Chief clerk; other employees.
    557. Bureaus and offices in Department.
    557a. Mine Safety and Health Administration.
    557b. Office of disability employment policy.
    558. Library, records, etc., of Department. 559. Rented quarters.
    560. Reports and investigations.
    561. Records and papers and furniture transferred to Department.
    562. Laws operative.
    563. Working capital fund; establishment; availability; capitalization; reimbursement.
    563a. Working capital fund; comprehensive program of centralized services.
    564. Working capital fund; availability for personnel functions in regional administrative offices.
    565. Repealed.
    566. Employee drug and alcohol abuse assistance programs.
    567. Labor-management dispute settlement expenses.
    568. Acceptance of donations by Secretary.

  26. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Children's Bureau (42 U.S.C., Chapter 6). (Transferred. Originally 29 U.S.C., Chapter 2a) - United States Code Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1912-04-12 | USA-1912-L-92428

    191. Bureau established
    192. Chief of bureau; investigations and reports
    193. Assistant chief
    194. Quarters for bureau.

  27. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890

    Adoption: 1890 | Date of entry into force: 1890-07-02 | USA-1890-L-31412

    Provides that contracts in restraint of trade and monopolisations of trade are illegal.

  28. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Labor Statistics (29 U.S.C., Chapter 1). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1888-06-13 | USA-1888-L-92407

    Title 29 of the USC as amended to 01/03/2012.

    Sections:
    SUBCHAPTER I - BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
    1. Design and duties of bureau generally.
    2. Collection, collation, and reports of labor statistics.
    2a. Omitted.
    2b. Studies of productivity and labor costs in industries.
    3. Commissioner; appointment and tenure of office; compensation.
    4. Duties of Commissioner in general.
    5. Bulletin as to labor conditions.
    6. Annual and special reports to President and Congress.
    7. Repealed.
    8. Unemployment data relating to Americans of Spanish origin or descent.

    SUBCHAPTER II - SPECIAL STATISTICS
    9. Authorization of special studies, compilations, and transcripts on request; cost.
    9a. Credit of receipts.
    9b. Rules and regulations.

  29. United States of America - - Law, Act

    U.S.C. TITLE 29 - Labor. - United States Code Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1884-06-27 | USA-1884-L-105991

    CHAPTER 1—LABOR STATISTICS (sections 1 to 9b)
    CHAPTER 2—WOMEN'S BUREAU (sections 11 to 16)
    CHAPTER 2A—CHILDREN'S BUREAU (sections 18 to 18c)
    CHAPTER 3—NATIONAL TRADE UNIONS (sections 21 to 25)
    CHAPTER 4—VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION OF PERSONS INJURED IN INDUSTRY (sections 31 to 45b)
    CHAPTER 4A—EMPLOYMENT STABILIZATION (sections 48 to 48g)
    CHAPTER 4B—FEDERAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICE (sections 49 to 49n)
    CHAPTER 4C—APPRENTICE LABOR (sections 50 to 50b)
    CHAPTER 5—LABOR DISPUTES; MEDIATION AND INJUNCTIVE RELIEF (sections 51 to 53)
    CHAPTER 6—JURISDICTION OF COURTS IN MATTERS AFFECTING EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYEE (sections 101 to 115)
    CHAPTER 7—LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS (sections 141 to 188)
    CHAPTER 8—FAIR LABOR STANDARDS (sections 201 to 219)
    CHAPTER 9—PORTAL-TO-PORTAL PAY (sections 251 to 262)
    CHAPTER 10—DISCLOSURE OF WELFARE AND PENSION PLANS (sections 301 to 309)
    CHAPTER 11—LABOR-MANAGEMENT REPORTING AND DISCLOSURE PROCEDURE (sections 401 to 531)
    CHAPTER 12—DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (sections 551 to 568)
    CHAPTER 13—EXEMPLARY REHABILITATION CERTIFICATES (sections 601 to 607)
    CHAPTER 14—AGE DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT (sections 621 to 634)
    CHAPTER 15—OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH (sections 651 to 678)
    CHAPTER 16—VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION AND OTHER REHABILITATION SERVICES (sections 701 to 796l)
    CHAPTER 17—COMPREHENSIVE EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING PROGRAMS (sections 801 to 922)
    CHAPTER 18—EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT INCOME SECURITY PROGRAM (sections 1001 to 1453)
    CHAPTER 19—JOB TRAINING PARTNERSHIP (sections 1501 to 1791j)
    CHAPTER 20—MIGRANT AND SEASONAL AGRICULTURAL WORKER PROTECTION (sections 1801 to 1872)
    CHAPTER 21—HELEN KELLER NATIONAL CENTER FOR YOUTHS AND ADULTS WHO ARE DEAF-BLIND (sections 1901 to 1908)
    CHAPTER 22—EMPLOYEE POLYGRAPH PROTECTION (sections 2001 to 2009)
    CHAPTER 23—WORKER ADJUSTMENT AND RETRAINING NOTIFICATION (sections 2101 to 2109)
    CHAPTER 24—TECHNOLOGY RELATED ASSISTANCE FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES (sections 2201 to 2217)
    CHAPTER 25—DISPLACED HOMEMAKERS SELF-SUFFICIENCY ASSISTANCE (sections 2301 to 2314)
    CHAPTER 26—NATIONAL CENTER FOR THE WORKPLACE (sections 2401 to 2405)
    CHAPTER 27—WOMEN IN APPRENTICESHIP AND NONTRADITIONAL OCCUPATIONS (sections 2501 to 2509)
    CHAPTER 28—FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE (sections 2601 to 2654)
    CHAPTER 29—WORKERS TECHNOLOGY SKILL DEVELOPMENT (sections 2701 to 2706)
    CHAPTER 30—WORKFORCE INVESTMENT SYSTEMS (sections 2811 to 2920)
    CHAPTER 31—ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES (sections 3001 to 3058)
    CHAPTER 32—WORKFORCE INNOVATION AND OPPORTUNITY (sections 3101 to 3344)

  30. United States of America - - Law, Act

    U.S.C. TITLE 15 - Commerce and Trade. - United States Code

    Adoption: 1881-03-03 | USA-1881-L-92399

    Contains 105 Chapters. Regulates commerce and trade within the US including with respect to protection of children, promotion of women's enterprises, toxic substances control and consumer protection.

  31. United States of America - - Law, Act

    U.S.C. TITLE 30 - Mineral Lands and Mining. - United States Code Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1872 | USA-1872-L-105994

    CHAPTER 1—UNITED STATES BUREAU OF MINES (sections 1 to 16)
    CHAPTER 2—MINERAL LANDS AND REGULATIONS IN GENERAL (sections 21 to 54)
    CHAPTER 3—LANDS CONTAINING COAL, OIL, GAS, SALTS, ASPHALTIC MATERIALS, SODIUM, SULPHUR, AND BUILDING STONE (sections 71 to 172)
    CHAPTER 3A—LEASES AND PROSPECTING PERMITS (sections 181 to 287)
    CHAPTER 4—LEASE OF GOLD, SILVER, OR QUICKSILVER DEPOSITS WHEN TITLE CONFIRMED BY COURT OF PRIVATE LAND CLAIMS (sections 291 to 293)
    CHAPTER 5—LEASE OF OIL AND GAS DEPOSITS IN OR UNDER RAILROADS AND OTHER RIGHTS-OF-WAY (sections 301 to 306)
    CHAPTER 6—SYNTHETIC LIQUID FUEL DEMONSTRATION PLANTS (sections 321 to 325)
    CHAPTER 7—LEASE OF MINERAL DEPOSITS WITHIN ACQUIRED LANDS (sections 351 to 360)
    CHAPTER 8—DEVELOPMENT OF LIGNITE COAL RESOURCES (sections 401 to 404)
    CHAPTER 9—RARE AND PRECIOUS METALS EXPERIMENT STATION (sections 411 to 412)
    CHAPTER 10—COAL MINE SAFETY (sections 451 to 483)
    CHAPTER 11—MINING CLAIMS ON LANDS SUBJECT TO MINERAL LEASING LAWS (sections 501 to 505)
    CHAPTER 12—MULTIPLE MINERAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE SAME TRACTS (sections 521 to 531)
    CHAPTER 12A—ENTRY AND LOCATION ON COAL LANDS ON DISCOVERY OF SOURCE MATERIAL (sections 541 to 541i)
    CHAPTER 13—CONTROL OF COAL-MINE FIRES (sections 551 to 558)
    CHAPTER 14—ANTHRACITE MINE DRAINAGE AND FLOOD CONTROL (sections 571 to 576)
    CHAPTER 15—SURFACE RESOURCES (sections 601 to 615)
    CHAPTER 16—MINERAL DEVELOPMENT OF LANDS WITHDRAWN FOR POWER DEVELOPMENT (sections 621 to 625)
    CHAPTER 17—EXPLORATION PROGRAM FOR DISCOVERY OF MINERALS (sections 641 to 646)
    CHAPTER 18—COAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (sections 661 to 668)
    CHAPTER 19—LEAD AND ZINC STABILIZATION PROGRAM (sections 681 to 689)
    CHAPTER 20—CONVEYANCES TO OCCUPANTS OF UNPATENTED MINING CLAIMS (sections 701 to 709)
    CHAPTER 21—METAL AND NONMETALLIC MINE SAFETY (sections 721 to 740)
    CHAPTER 22—MINE SAFETY AND HEALTH (sections 801 to 966)
    CHAPTER 23—GEOTHERMAL RESOURCES (sections 1001 to 1028)
    CHAPTER 24—GEOTHERMAL ENERGY RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT, AND DEMONSTRATION (sections 1101 to 1164)
    CHAPTER 25—SURFACE MINING CONTROL AND RECLAMATION (sections 1201 to 1328)
    CHAPTER 26—DEEP SEABED HARD MINERAL RESOURCES (sections 1401 to 1473)
    CHAPTER 27—GEOTHERMAL ENERGY (sections 1501 to 1542)
    CHAPTER 28—MATERIALS AND MINERALS POLICY, RESEARCH, AND DEVELOPMENT (sections 1601 to 1605)
    CHAPTER 29—OIL AND GAS ROYALTY MANAGEMENT (sections 1701 to 1759)
    CHAPTER 30—NATIONAL CRITICAL MATERIALS COUNCIL (sections 1801 to 1811)
    CHAPTER 31—MARINE MINERAL RESOURCES RESEARCH (sections 1901 to 1905)
    CHAPTER 32—METHANE HYDRATE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (sections 2001 to 2006)

  32. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Civil Rights Act of 1871 (42 U.S.C., Chapter 21). - United States Code Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1871 | Date of entry into force: 1871-04-20 | USA-1871-L-31137

    CHAPTER 21 - CIVIL RIGHTS
    SUBCHAPTER I - Generally
    SUBCHAPTER I-A - Institutionalized Persons
    SUBCHAPTER II - Public Accomodations
    SUBCHAPTER III - Public Facilities
    SUBCHAPTER IV - Public Education
    SUBCHAPTER V - Federally Assisted Programs
    SUBCHAPTER VI - Equal Employment Opportunities
    SUBCHAPTER VII - Registration and Voting Statistics
    SUBCHAPTER VIII - Community Relations Service
    SUBCHAPTER IX - Miscellaneous Provisions

  33. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Equal Rights Under The Law (42 U.S.C. 42, Chapter 21, Subchapter I, Sec. 1981). (Civil Rights Act of 1870) - United States Code Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1870 | Date of entry into force: 1870-05-31 | USA-1870-L-31136

    Provides that all persons within the jurisdiction of the United States shall have the same right in every State and Territory to make and enforce contracts, to sue, be parties, give evidence, and to the full and equal benefit of all laws and proceedings for the security of persons and property as is enjoyed by white citizens, and shall be subject to like punishment, pains, penalties, taxes, licenses, and exactions of every kind, and to no other.

  34. United States of America - - Law, Act

    U.S.C. TITLE 42 - Public Health and Welfare. - United States Code Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1870 | USA-1870-L-88269

    Contains 150 Chapters covering numerous subjects relating to public health and welfare including housing, social security (Chapter 7), and civil rights and discrimination, including with respect to employment (Chapter 21 of the Act).

  35. United States of America - - Law, Act

    U.S.C. TITLE 20 - Education. - United States Code

    Adoption: 1870 | USA-2012-L-92481

    SELECTED CHAPTERS:
    23. Training and Fellowship Programs for Community Development
    25. Pay and Personnel Program for Overseas Teachers
    25A. Overseas Defense Dependents' Education
    26. Support and Scholarship in Humanities and Arts; Museum Services
    28. Higher Education Resources and Student Assistance
    31. General Provisions Concerning Education
    33. Education of Individuals With Disabilities
    37. Assignment or Transportation of Students
    38. Discrimination Based on Sex or Blindness
    39. Equal Educational Opportunities and Transportation of Students
    42. Harry S Truman Memorial Scholarships
    43. American Folklife Preservation
    44. Career and Technical Education
    45. Career Education and Career Development
    48. Department of Education
    49. Asbestos School Hazard Detection and Control
    50. National Center for the Study of Afro-American History and Culture
    52. Education for Economic Security
    55. Education of the Deaf
    56. American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Culture and Art Development
    57. James Madison Memorial Fellowship Program
    59. Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program
    63. Eisenhower Exchange Fellowship Program
    65. National Environmental Education
    66. Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation
    67. Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation
    68. National Education Reform
    70. Strengthening and Improvement of Elementary and Secondary Schools
    72. Museum and Library Services
    73. Adult Education and Literacy
    74. Troops-to-Teachers Program
    75. Early Learning Opportunities
    76. Education Research, Statistics, Evaluation, Information, and Dissemination
    77. Financial Literacy and Education Improvement
    78. Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Critical Foreign Language Education
    79. STEM-Training Grant Program

  36. United States of America - - Law, Act

    Civil Rights Act of 1866

    Adoption: 1866 | Date of entry into force: 1866-04-09 | USA-1866-L-31135

    Provides that all citizens of the United States shall have the same right, in every State and Territory, as is enjoyed by white citizens to inherit, purchase, lease, sell, hold, and convey real and personal property. (Abridged version. Not all provisions are included.)

  37. United States of America - - Constitution

    Constitution of the United States of America [consolidated version]. - Constitution of the United States

    Adoption: 1787-09-17 | USA-1787-C-44015

  38. United States of America - - International agreement

    Agreement between the United States of America and the Republic of Korea on Social Security. Done at Washington.

    Adoption: 1503 | Date of entry into force: 0104-20-01 | INT-2000-IA-58793

    Includes an Administrative Agreement for the implementation of the Agreement on social security.

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