Why the Citizens of the Several States Are Not Generally Liable for the Federal Income Tax


All Needful Rules and Regulations

Following are 16 statutes taken from the 1996 US Code on CD-ROM sold by the Government Printing Office.  These statutes were “hits” where a computer search was done on “all needful rules and regulations,” the language used in Article 4 § 3(2) of the Constitution.

 

The complete text of each statute was copied along with the source law.  In some instances, section references were copied.  Not all other information from each section is included here.

 

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    26 USC Sec. 7805                                             01/16/96

 

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    TITLE 26 - INTERNAL REVENUE CODE

    Subtitle F - Procedure and Administration

    CHAPTER 80 - GENERAL RULES

    Subchapter A - Application of Internal Revenue Laws

 

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    Sec. 7805. Rules and regulations

 

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    (a) Authorization

      Except where such authority is expressly given by this title to

    any person other than an officer or employee of the Treasury

    Department, the Secretary shall prescribe all needful rules and

    regulations for the enforcement of this title, including all rules

    and regulations as may be necessary by reason of any alteration of

    law in relation to internal revenue.

    (b) Retroactivity of regulations or rulings

      The Secretary may prescribe the extent, if any, to which any

    ruling or regulation, relating to the internal revenue laws, shall

    be applied without retroactive effect.

    (c) Preparation and distribution of regulations, forms, stamps, and

        other matters

      The Secretary shall prepare and distribute all the instructions,

    regulations, directions, forms, blanks, stamps, and other matters

    pertaining to the assessment and collection of internal revenue.

    (d) Manner of making elections prescribed by Secretary

      Except to the extent otherwise provided by this title, any

    election under this title shall be made at such time and in such

    manner as the Secretary shall by regulations or forms prescribe.

    (e) Temporary regulations

      (1) Issuance

        Any temporary regulation issued by the Secretary shall also be

      issued as a proposed regulation.

      (2) 3-year duration

        Any temporary regulation shall expire within 3 years after the

      date of issuance of such regulation.

    (f) Review of impact of regulations on small business

      (1) Submissions to Small Business Administration

        After publication of any proposed or temporary regulation by

      the Secretary, the Secretary shall submit such regulation to the

      Chief Counsel for Advocacy of the Small Business Administration

      for comment on the impact of such regulation on small business.

      Not later than the date 4 weeks after the date of such

      submission, the Chief Counsel for Advocacy shall submit comments

      on such regulation to the Secretary.

      (2) Consideration of comments

        In prescribing any final regulation which supersedes a proposed

      or temporary regulation which had been submitted under this

      subsection to the Chief Counsel for Advocacy of the Small

      Business Administration -

          (A) the Secretary shall consider the comments of the Chief

        Counsel for Advocacy on such proposed or temporary regulation,

        and

          (B) the Secretary shall discuss any response to such comments

        in the preamble of such final regulation.

      (3) Submission of certain final regulations

        In the case of the promulgation by the Secretary of any final

      regulation (other than a temporary regulation) which does not

      supersede a proposed regulation, the requirements of paragraphs

      (1) and (2) shall apply; except that -

          (A) the submission under paragraph (1) shall be made at least

        4 weeks before the date of such promulgation, and

          (B) the consideration (and discussion) required under

        paragraph (2) shall be made in connection with the promulgation

        of such final regulation.

 

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    (Aug. 16, 1954, ch. 736, 68A Stat. 917; Oct. 4, 1976, Pub. L.

    94-455, title XIX, Sec. 1906(b)(13)(A), 90 Stat. 1834; July 18,

    1984, Pub. L. 98-369, div.  A, title I, Sec. 43(b), 98 Stat. 558;

    Nov. 10, 1988, Pub. L. 100-647, title VI, Sec. 6232(a), 102 Stat.

    3734; Nov. 5, 1990, Pub. L. 101-508, title XI, Sec. 11621(a), 104

    Stat. 1388-503.)

 

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    16 USC Sec. 363                                              01/16/96

 

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    TITLE 16 - CONSERVATION

    CHAPTER 1 - NATIONAL PARKS, MILITARY PARKS, MONUMENTS, AND

    SUBCHAPTER XL - HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK

 

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    Sec. 363. Rules and regulations

 

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      Full power is vested in the Secretary of the Interior to provide,

    in all leases to be executed against any combination among lessees

    or their assigns, as to ownership, prices, or accommodations at any

    bathhouse; as well as to make all needful rules and regulations as

    to the use of the hot water, and to prevent its waste, including

    full power to authorize the superintendent of said park to make

    examination and inspection at any time of the manner of using the

    hot water at any bathtub, that it may be used in proper quantity

    only, and to prevent its waste; and also full power to provide and

    fix reasonable maximum charges for all baths, or bathing

    privileges, or services of any person connected with any bathhouse

    furnished to bathers; and for reasonable maximum charges to guests

    at the Arlington Hotel; and also, generally, the Secretary of the

    Interior may make all necessary rules and regulations as to said

    bathhouses and the service therein as shall be deemed best for the

    public interest, and to provide penalties for the violation of any

    regulation which may be enforced as though provided by Act of

    Congress. All leases and grants of hot-water privileges shall be

    held to be subject to all regulations in force on March 3, 1891, or

    which may be adopted by the Secretary of the Interior, and for any

    violation of any regulation, known to the proprietor at the time of

    the offense, the lease or grant may be canceled by the Secretary of

    the Interior. It shall be expressly provided in all leases and

    grants of privilege for hot water that the bathhouse for which

    provision is made shall not be owned or controlled by any person,

    company, or corporation which may be the owner of or interested (as

    stockholder or otherwise) in any other bathhouse on or near the Hot

    Springs National Park; that neither the hot-water privilege granted

    nor any interest therein, nor the right to operate or control said

    bathhouse, shall be assigned or transferred by the party of the

    second part without the approval of the Secretary of the Interior

    first obtained, in writing; and if the ownership or control of said

    bathhouse be transferred to any person, company, or corporation

    owning or interested in any other bathhouse on or near said

    reservation, the Secretary of the Interior may, for that cause,

    deprive the bathhouse provided for of the hot water and cancel the

    lease or agreement.  All buildings to be erected in the Hot Springs

    National Park shall be on plans first approved by the Secretary of

    the Interior, and shall be required to be fireproof, as nearly as

    practicable.

 

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    (Mar. 3, 1891, ch. 533, Sec. 3, 26 Stat. 843; Mar. 4, 1921, ch.

    161, Sec. 1, 41 Stat. 1407.)

 

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    19 USC Sec. 1336                                             01/16/96

 

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    TITLE 19 - CUSTOMS DUTIES

    CHAPTER 4 - TARIFF ACT OF 1930

    SUBTITLE II - SPECIAL PROVISIONS

    Part II - United States International Trade Commission

 

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    Sec. 1336. Equalization of costs of production

 

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    (a) Change of classification or duties

      In order to put into force and effect the policy of Congress by

    this chapter intended, the commission (1) upon request of the

    President, or (2) upon resolution of either or both Houses of

    Congress, or (3) upon its own motion, or (4) when in the judgment

    of the commission there is good and sufficient reason therefor,

    upon application of any interested party, shall investigate the

    differences in the costs of production of any domestic article and

    of any like or similar foreign article.  In the course of the

    investigation the commission shall hold hearings and give

    reasonable public notice thereof, and shall afford reasonable

    opportunity for parties interested to be present, to produce

    evidence, and to be heard at such hearings.  The commission shall

    report to the President the results of the investigation and its

    findings with respect to such differences in costs of production.

    If the commission finds it shown by the investigation that the

    duties expressly fixed by statute do not equalize the differences

    in the costs of production of the domestic article and the like or

    similar foreign article when produced in the principal competing

    country, the commission shall specify in its report such increases

    or decreases in rates of duty expressly fixed by statute (including

    any necessary change in classification) as it finds shown by the

    investigation to be necessary to equalize such differences.  In no

    case shall the total increase or decrease of such rates of duty

    exceed 50 per centum of the rates expressly fixed by statute.

    (b) Repealed. Pub. L. 96-39, title II, Sec. 202(a)(2)(A), July 26,

        1979, 93 Stat. 202

    (c) Proclamation by the President

      The President shall by proclamation approve the rates of duty and

    changes in classification specified in any report of the commission

    under this section, if in his judgment such rates of duty and

    changes are shown by such investigation of the commission to be

    necessary to equalize such differences in costs of production.

    (d) Effective date of rates and changes

      Commencing thirty days after the date of any presidential

    proclamation of approval the increased or decreased rates of duty

    and changes in classification specified in the report of the

    commission shall take effect.

    (e) Ascertainment of differences in costs of production

      In ascertaining under this section the differences in costs of

    production, the commission shall take into consideration, in so far

    as it finds it practicable:

      (1) In the case of a domestic article

        (A) The cost of production as hereinafter in this section

      defined; (B) transportation costs and other costs incident to

      delivery to the principal market or markets of the United States

      for the article; and (C) other relevant factors that constitute

      an advantage or disadvantage in competition.

      (2) In the case of a foreign article

        (A) The cost of production as hereinafter in this section

      defined, or, if the commission finds that such cost is not

      readily ascertainable, the commission may accept as evidence

      thereof, or as supplemental thereto, the weighted average of the

      invoice prices or values for a representative period and/or the

      average wholesale selling price for a representative period

      (which price shall be that at which the article is freely offered

      for sale to all purchasers in the principal market or markets of

      the principal competing country or countries in the ordinary

      course of trade and in the usual wholesale quantities in such

      market or markets); (B) transportation costs and other costs

      incident to delivery to the principal market or markets of the

      United States for the article; (C) other relevant factors that

      constitute an advantage or disadvantage in competition, including

      advantages granted to the foreign producers by a government,

      person, partnership, corporation, or association in a foreign

      country.

    (f) Modification of changes in duty

      Any increased or decreased rate of duty or change in

    classification which has taken effect as above provided may be

    modified or terminated in the same manner and subject to the same

    conditions and limitations (including time of taking effect) as is

    provided in this section in the case of original increases,

    decreases, or changes.

    (g) Prohibition against transfers from the free list to the

        dutiable list or from the dutiable list to the free list

      Nothing in this section shall be construed to authorize a

    transfer of an article from the dutiable list to the free list or

    from the free list to the dutiable list, nor a change in form of

    duty.  Whenever it is provided in any paragraph of Subtitle I of

    this chapter, or in any amendatory act, that the duty or duties

    shall not exceed a specified ad valorem rate upon the articles

    provided for in such paragraph, no rate determined under the

    provisions of this section upon such articles shall exceed the

    maximum ad valorem rate so specified.

    (h) Definitions

      For the purpose of this section -

        (1) The term ''domestic article'' means an article wholly or in

      part the growth or product of the United States; and the term

      ''foreign article'' means an article wholly or in part the growth

      or product of a foreign country.

        (2) The term ''United States'' includes the several States and

      Territories and the District of Columbia.

        (3) The term ''foreign country'' means any empire, country,

      dominion, colony, or protectorate, or any subdivision or

      subdivisions thereof (other than the United States and its

      possessions).

        (4) The term ''cost of production'', when applied with respect

      to either a domestic article or a foreign article, includes, for

      a period which is representative of conditions in production of

      the article: (A) The price or cost of materials, labor costs, and

      other direct charges incurred in the production of the article

      and in the processes or methods employed in its production; (B)

      the usual general expenses, including charges for depreciation or

      depletion which are representative of the equipment and property

      employed in the production of the article and charges for rent or

      interest which are representative of the cost of obtaining

      capital or instruments of production; and (C) the cost of

      containers and coverings of whatever nature, and other costs,

      charges, and expenses incident to placing the article in

      condition packed ready for delivery.

    (i) Rules and regulations of President

      The President is authorized to make all needful rules and

    regulations for carrying out his functions under the provisions of

    this section.

    (j) Repealed. Pub. L. 96-39, title II, Sec. 202(a)(2)(D), July 26,

        1979, 93 Stat. 202

    (k) Investigations prior to June 17, 1930

      All uncompleted investigations instituted prior to June 17, 1930,

    under the provisions of sections 154 to 159 (FOOTNOTE 1) of this

    title, including investigations in which the President has not

    proclaimed changes in classification or increases or decreases in

    rates of duty, shall be dismissed without prejudice; but the

    information and evidence secured by the commission in any such

    investigation may be given due consideration in any investigation

    instituted under the provisions of this section.

       (FOOTNOTE 1) See References in Text note below.

 

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    (June 17, 1930, ch. 497, title III, Sec. 336, 46 Stat. 701; Aug. 2,

    1956, ch. 887, Sec. 2(d), 70 Stat. 946; Aug. 20, 1958, Pub. L.

    85-686, Sec. 9(c)(1), 72 Stat. 679; July 26, 1979, Pub. L. 96-39,

    title II, Sec. 202(a)(2), 93 Stat. 202.)

 

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    31 USC Sec. 783                                              01/16/96

 

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    TITLE 31 - MONEY AND FINANCE

    SUBTITLE I - GENERAL

    CHAPTER 7 - GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE

    SUBCHAPTER VI - PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

 

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    Sec. 783. Rules and regulations

 

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      (a) The Comptroller General is authorized to make all needful

    rules and regulations for the Government of the General Accounting

    Office Building, and to annex to such rules and regulations such

    reasonable penalties, within the limits prescribed in subsection

    (b), as will ensure their enforcement.  Such rules and regulations

    shall be posted and kept posted in a conspicuous place on such

    Federal property.

      (b) Whoever shall violate any rule or regulation promulgated

    pursuant to subsection (a) shall be fined not more than $500 or

    imprisoned not more than 6 months, or both.

 

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    (Added Pub. L. 100-545, Sec. 1, Oct. 28, 1988, 102 Stat. 2728.)

 

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    40 USC Sec. 318a                                             01/16/96

 

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    TITLE 40 - PUBLIC BUILDINGS, PROPERTY, AND WORKS

    CHAPTER 4 - THE PUBLIC PROPERTY

 

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    Sec. 318a. Rules and regulations; posting

 

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      The Administrator of General Services or officials of the General

    Services Administration duly authorized by him are authorized to

    make all needful rules and regulations for the government of the

    property under their charge and control, and to annex to such rules

    and regulations such reasonable penalties, within the limits

    prescribed in section 318c of this title, as will insure their

    enforcement: Provided, That such rules and regulations shall be

    posted and kept posted in a conspicuous place on such property.

 

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    (June 1, 1948, ch. 359, Sec. 2, 62 Stat. 281; Nov. 17, 1988, Pub.

    L. 100-678, Sec. 8(a), (c)(1), 102 Stat. 4052, 4053.)

 

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     7 USC Sec. 166                                              01/16/96

 

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    TITLE 7 - AGRICULTURE

    CHAPTER 8 - NURSERY STOCK AND OTHER PLANTS AND PLANT PRODUCTS

 

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    Sec. 166. State terminal inspection; transmission of mailed

        packages for State inspection; nonmailable matter; punishment

        for violations; rules and regulations by United States Postal

        Service

 

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      When any State shall provide for terminal inspection of plants

    and plant products, and shall establish and maintain, at the sole

    expense of the State, such inspection at one or more places

    therein, the proper officials of said State may submit to the

    Secretary of Agriculture a list of plants and plant products and

    the plant pests transmitted thereby, that in the opinion of said

    officials should be subject to terminal inspection in order to

    prevent the introduction or dissemination in said State of pests

    injurious to agriculture.  Upon his approval of said list, in whole

    or in part, the Secretary of Agriculture shall transmit the same to

    the United States Postal Service, and thereafter all packages

    containing any plants or plant products named in said approved

    lists shall, upon payment of postage therefor, be forwarded by the

    postmaster at the destination of said package to the proper State

    official at the nearest place where inspection is maintained.  If

    the plants or plant products (including seed) are found upon

    inspection to be free from injurious pests and not in violation of

    a plant-quarantine law or plant-quarantine regulation of the United

    States Department of Agriculture or of the State of destination

    pertaining to such injurious pests, or if infected shall be

    disinfected by said official, they shall upon payment of postage

    therefor be returned to the postmaster at the place of inspection

    to be forward (FOOTNOTE 1) to the person to whom they are

    addressed; but if found to be infected with injurious pests and

    incapable of satisfactory disinfection or in violation of a

    plant-quarantine law or plant-quarantine regulation of the United

    States Department of Agriculture or of the State of destination

    pertaining to such injurious pests, the State inspector shall so

    notify the postmaster at the place of inspection who shall promptly

    notify the sender of said plants or plant products that they will

    be returned to him upon his request and at his expense, or in

    default of such request that they will be turned over to the State

    authorities for destruction.

       (FOOTNOTE 1) So in original.

      It shall be unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation to

    deposit in the United States mails any package containing any plant

    or plant product addressed to any place within a State maintaining

    inspection thereof, as herein defined, without plainly marking the

    package so that its contents may be readily ascertained by an

    inspection of the outside thereof.  Whoever shall fail to so mark

    said packages shall be punished by a fine of not more than $100.

      The United States Postal Service is authorized and directed to

    make all needful rules and regulations for carrying out the

    purposes hereof.

 

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    (Mar. 4, 1915, ch. 144, 38 Stat. 1113; June 4, 1936, ch. 495, 49

    Stat. 1461; Aug. 12, 1970, Pub. L. 91-375, Sec. 4(a), 84 Stat.

    773.)

 

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    25 USC Sec. 317                                              01/16/96

 

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    TITLE 25 - INDIANS

    CHAPTER 8 - RIGHTS-OF-WAY THROUGH INDIAN LANDS

 

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    Sec. 317. Regulations

 

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      The Secretary of the Interior shall make all needful rules and

    regulations, not inconsistent with sections 312 to 318 of this

    title, for the proper execution and carrying into effect of all the

    provisions of said sections.

 

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    (Mar. 2, 1899, ch. 374, Sec. 7, 30 Stat. 992.)

 

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                              CROSS REFERENCES

      Pueblo Indians of New Mexico, application of section, see section

    322 of this title.

 

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                   SECTION REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

      This section is referred to in sections 312, 314, 316, 318, 322

    of this title.

 

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    16 USC Sec. 694b                                             01/16/96

 

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    TITLE 16 - CONSERVATION

    CHAPTER 6 - GAME AND BIRD PRESERVES; PROTECTION

 

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    Sec. 694b. Rules and regulations for administration of sanctuaries

        in national forests; jurisdiction of States

 

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      The Secretaries of Agriculture and Commerce shall execute the

    provisions of sections 694 to 694b of this title, and they are

    jointly authorized to make all needful rules and regulations for

    the administration of such fish and game sanctuaries or refuges in

    accordance with the purpose of sections 694 to 694b of this title,

    including regulations not in contravention of State laws for

    hunting, capturing, or killing predatory animals, such as wolves,

    coyotes, foxes, pumas, and other species destructive to livestock

    or wildlife or agriculture within the limits of said fish and game

    sanctuaries or refuges: Provided, That the present jurisdiction of

    the States shall not be altered or changed without the legislative

    approval of such States.

 

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    (Mar. 10, 1934, ch. 54, Sec. 3, 48 Stat. 401.)

 

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    16 USC Sec. 689c                                             01/16/96

 

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    TITLE 16 - CONSERVATION

    CHAPTER 6 - GAME AND BIRD PRESERVES; PROTECTION

 

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    Sec. 689c. Rules and regulations for administration of the Tahquitz

        Preserve; predatory animals

 

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      The Secretary of Agriculture shall execute the provisions of

    sections 689 to 689d of this title, and he is authorized to make

    all needful rules and regulations for the administration of such

    game preserves in accordance with the purposes of said sections,

    including regulations for hunting, capturing, or killing predatory

    animals, such as wolves, coyotes, cougar, and other species

    destructive to livestock or wildlife within the limits of said game

    preserve.

 

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    (July 3, 1926, ch. 776, Sec. 4, 44 Stat. 889.)

 

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                   SECTION REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

      This section is referred to in section 689a of this title.

 

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    30 USC Sec. 75                                               01/16/96

 

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    TITLE 30 - MINERAL LANDS AND MINING

    CHAPTER 3 - LANDS CONTAINING COAL, OIL, GAS, SALTS, ASPHALTIC

    SUBCHAPTER I - COAL LAND ENTRIES IN GENERAL

 

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    Sec. 75. Conflicting claims upon coal lands; rules and regulations

 

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      In case of conflicting claims upon coal lands where the

    improvements shall be commenced, after the third day of March,

    1873, priority of possession and improvement, followed by proper

    filing and continued good faith, shall determine the preference

    right to purchase.  And also where improvements have already been

    made prior to the third day of March, 1873, division of the land

    claimed may be made by legal subdivisions, to include, as near as

    may be, the valuable improvements of the respective parties.  The

    Director of the Bureau of Land Management is authorized to issue

    all needful rules and regulations for carrying into effect the

    provisions of this section and sections 71 to 74 of this title.

 

-SOURCE-

    (R.S. Sec. 2351; 1946 Reorg. Plan No. 3, Sec. 403, eff.  July 16,

    1946, 11 F.R. 7876, 60 Stat. 1100.)

 

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                                CODIFICATION

      R.S. Sec. 2351 derived from act Mar. 3, 1873, ch. 279, Sec. 5, 17

    Stat. 608.

 

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    25 USC Sec. 302                                              01/16/96

 

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    TITLE 25 - INDIANS

    CHAPTER 7 - EDUCATION OF INDIANS

 

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    Sec. 302. Indian Reform School; rules and regulations; consent of

        parents to placing youth in reform school

 

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      The Commissioner of Indian Affairs, under the direction of the

    Secretary of the Interior, is authorized and directed to select and

    designate some one of the schools or other institution herein

    specifically provided for as an ''Indian Reform School'', and to

    make all needful rules and regulations for its conduct, and the

    placing of Indian youth therein: Provided, That the appropriation

    for collection and transportation, and so forth, of pupils, and the

    specific appropriation for such school so selected shall be

    available for its support and maintenance: Provided further, That

    the consent of parents, guardians, or next of kin shall not be

    required to place Indian youth in said school.

 

-SOURCE-

    (June 21, 1906, ch. 3504, 34 Stat. 328.)

 

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    23 USC Sec. 315                                              01/16/96

 

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    TITLE 23 - HIGHWAYS

    CHAPTER 3 - GENERAL PROVISIONS

 

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    Sec. 315. Rules, regulations, and recommendations

 

-STATUTE-

      Except as provided in sections 204(f) and 205(a) of this title,

    the Secretary is authorized to prescribe and promulgate all needful

    rules and regulations for the carrying out of the provisions of

    this title.  The Secretary may make such recommendations to the

    Congress and State highway departments as he deems necessary for

    preserving and protecting the highways and insuring the safety of

    traffic thereon.

 

-SOURCE-

    (Pub. L. 85-767, Aug. 27, 1958, 72 Stat. 915; Pub. L. 100-17, title

    I, Sec. 133(b)(18), Apr. 2, 1987, 101 Stat. 172.)

 

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    16 USC Sec. 701                                              01/16/96

 

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    TITLE 16 - CONSERVATION

    CHAPTER 7 - PROTECTION OF MIGRATORY GAME AND INSECTIVOROUS BIRDS

    SUBCHAPTER I - GENERALLY

 

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    Sec. 701. Game and wild birds; preservation

 

-STATUTE-

      The duties and powers of the Department of the Interior include

    the preservation, distribution, introduction, and restoration of

    game birds and other wild birds.  The Secretary of the Interior is

    authorized to adopt such measures as may be necessary to carry out

    the purposes of this Act, and to purchase such game birds and other

    wild birds as may be required therefor, subject, however, to the

    laws of the various States and Territories. The object and purpose

    of this Act is to aid in the restoration of such birds in those

    parts of the United States adapted thereto where the same have

    become scarce or extinct, and also to regulate the introduction of

    American or foreign birds or animals in localities where they have

    not heretofore existed.

      The Secretary of the Interior shall from time to time collect and

    publish useful information as to the propagation, uses, and

    preservation of such birds.

      And the Secretary of the Interior shall make and publish all

    needful rules and regulations for carrying out the purposes of this

    Act, and shall expend for said purposes such sums as Congress may

    appropriate therefor.

 

-SOURCE-

    (May 25, 1900, ch. 553, Sec. 1, 31 Stat. 187; 1939 Reorg. Plan No.

    II, Sec. 4(f), eff.  July 1, 1939, 4 F.R. 2731, 53 Stat. 1433.)

 

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    16 USC Sec. 430r                                             01/16/96

 

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    TITLE 16 - CONSERVATION

    CHAPTER 1 - NATIONAL PARKS, MILITARY PARKS, MONUMENTS, AND

    SUBCHAPTER LX - NATIONAL MILITARY PARKS

 

-HEAD-

    Sec. 430r. Rules and regulations

 

-STATUTE-

      The Secretary of the Interior shall have the power to make all

    needful rules and regulations for the care of the park, and for the

    establishment and marking of lines of battle and other historical

    features of the park.

 

-SOURCE-

    (June 21, 1934, ch. 694, Sec. 9, 48 Stat. 1200.)

 

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                   SECTION REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

      This section is referred to in sections 430l, 430o, 430s of this

    title.

 

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    16 USC Sec. 425h                                             01/16/96

 

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    TITLE 16 - CONSERVATION

    CHAPTER 1 - NATIONAL PARKS, MILITARY PARKS, MONUMENTS, AND

    SUBCHAPTER LX - NATIONAL MILITARY PARKS

 

-HEAD-

    Sec. 425h. Rules and regulations

 

-STATUTE-

      The Secretary of the Interior, subject to the approval of the

    President, shall have the power to make and shall make all needful

    rules and regulations for the care of the park, and for the

    establishment and marking of lines of battle and other historical

    features of the park.

 

-SOURCE-

    (Feb. 14, 1927, ch. 127, Sec. 9, 44 Stat. 1094; Ex. Ord. No. 6166,

    Sec. 2, June 10, 1933; Ex. Ord. No. 6228, Sec. 1, July 28, 1933.)

 

-TRANS-

                           TRANSFER OF FUNCTIONS

      Transfer of administrative functions of park, see note set out

    under section 425 of this title.

 

-SECREF-

                   SECTION REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

      This section is referred to in sections 425, 425d, 425e, 425j,

    425k of this title.

 

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-CITE-

    16 USC Sec. 423g                                             01/16/96

 

-EXPCITE-

    TITLE 16 - CONSERVATION

    CHAPTER 1 - NATIONAL PARKS, MILITARY PARKS, MONUMENTS, AND

    SUBCHAPTER LX - NATIONAL MILITARY PARKS

 

-HEAD-

    Sec. 423g. Rules and regulations

 

-STATUTE-

      The Secretary of the Interior, subject to the approval of the

    President, shall have the power to make and shall make all needful

    rules and regulations for the care of the battlefield, and for the

    establishment and marking of lines of battle and other historical

    features of the battlefield.

 

-SOURCE-

    (July 3, 1926, ch. 746, Sec. 8, 44 Stat. 823; Ex. Ord. No. 6166,

    Sec. 2, June 10, 1933; Ex. Ord. No. 6228, Sec. 1, July 28, 1933;

    Aug. 24, 1962, Pub. L. 87-603, Sec. 1, 76 Stat. 403.)

 

-CHANGE-

                               CHANGE OF NAME

      ''Battlefield'' substituted in text for ''park'' in view of

    redesignation of Petersburg National Military Park as Petersburg

    National Military Battlefield by Pub. L. 87-603. See section 423h-1

    of this title.

 

-TRANS-

                           TRANSFER OF FUNCTIONS

      Transfer of administrative functions of park, see note set out

    under section 423 of this title.

 

-SECREF-

                   SECTION REFERRED TO IN OTHER SECTIONS

      This section is referred to in sections 423c, 423d, 423h-1,

    423h-2 of this title.


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