Title 36 Of The United States Code

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Title 36 of the United States Code outlines the role of Patriotic Societies and Observances in the United States Code.

  • Subtitle I—Patriotic and National Observances and Ceremonies
  • Subtitle II—Patriotic and National Organizations
  • Subtitle III—Treaty Obligation Organizations

Subtitle I—Patriotic and National Observances and Ceremonies

Part A—Observances and Ceremonies

  • Chapter 5–Presidential Inaugural Ceremonies
    • § 501. Definitions
    • § 502. Regulations, licenses, and registration tags
    • § 503. Use of reservations, grounds, and public spaces
    • § 504. Installation and removal of electrical facilities
    • § 505. Extension of wires along parade routes
    • § 506. Duration of regulations and licenses and publication of regulations
    • § 507. Application to other property
    • § 508. Enforcement
    • § 509. Penalty
    • § 510. Disclosure of and prohibition on certain donations
    • § 511. Authorization of appropriations
  • Chapter 9–Miscellaneous
    • § 901. Service flag and service lapel button
    • § 902. National League of Families POW/MIA flag
    • § 903. Designation of Medal of Honor Flag

Part B–United States Government Organizations Involved with Observances and Ceremonies

  • Chapter 23–United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    • §. 2301. Establishment of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum; functions
    • §. 2302. Functions of the Council; membership
    • §. 2303. Compensation; travel expenses; full-time officers or employees of United States or Members of Congress
    • §. 2304. Administrative provisions
    • §. 2305. Staff
    • §. 2306. Insurance for Museum
    • §. 2307. Gifts, bequests, and devises of property; tax treatment
    • §. 2308. Annual report
    • §. 2309. Audit of financial transactions
    • §. 2310. Authorization of appropriations

Subtitle II—Patriotic and National Organizations

Part A–General

  • Chapter 101—General
    • §. 10101. Audits
    • §. 10102. Reservation of right to amend or repeal

Part B–Organizations

Subtitle III—Treaty Obligation Organizations

See also

External links

References

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