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TITLE 33 – NAVIGATION AND NAVIGABLE WATERS

CHAPTER I – COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
1  General provisions
2  Jurisdiction
3  Coast Guard areas, districts, marine inspection zones, and captain of the port zones
4  OMB control numbers assigned pursuant to the Paperwork Reduction Act
5  Coast Guard Auxiliary
6  Protection and security of vessels, harbors, and waterfront facilities
8  United States Coast Guard Reserve
13  Decorations, medals, ribbons and similar devices
17  United States Coast Guard general gift fund
19  Waivers of navigation and vessel inspection laws and regulations
20  Rules of practice, procedure, and evidence for formal administrative proceedings of the Coast Guard
23  Distinctive markings for Coast Guard vessels and aircraft
25  Claims
26  Vessel bridge-to-bridge radiotelephone regulations
27  Adjustment of civil monetary penalties for inflation
SUBCHAPTER A – General
40  Cadets of the Coast Guard
45  Enlistment of personnel
49  Payment of amounts due mentally incompetent Coast Guard personnel
50  Coast Guard Retiring Review Board
51  Coast Guard Discharge Review Board
52  Board for Correction of Military Records of the Coast Guard
53  Coast Guard whistleblower protection
54  Allotments from active duty pay for certain support obligations
55  Child Development Services
SUBCHAPTER B – Military Personnel
60  [Reserved]
62  United States aids to navigation system
64  Marking of structures, sunken vessels and other obstructions
66  Private aids to navigation
67  Aids to navigation on artificial islands and fixed structures
70  Interference with or damage to aids to navigation
72  Marine information
74  Charges for Coast Guard aids to navigation work
76  Sale and transfer of aids to navigation equipment
SUBCHAPTER C – Aids to Navigation
80  COLREGS demarcation lines
81  72 COLREGS: Implementing Rules
82  72 COLREGS: Interpretative Rules
SUBCHAPTER D – International Navigation Rules
84  Annex I: Positioning and technical details of lights and shapes
85  Annex II: Additional signals for fishing vessels fishing in close proximity
86  Annex III: Technical details of sound signal appliances
87  Annex IV: Distress signals
88  Annex V: Pilot rules
89  Inland navigation rules: implementing rules
90  Inland rules: Interpretative rules
SUBCHAPTER E – Inland Navigation Rules
95  Operating a vessel while under the influence of alcohol or a dangerous drug
96  Rules for the safe operation of vessels and safety management systems
SUBCHAPTER F – Vessel Operating Regulations
100  Safety of life on navigable waters
SUBCHAPTER G – Regattas and Marine Parades
101  Maritime Security: General
102  Maritime Security: National maritime transportation security [Reserved]
103  Maritime security: Area maritime security
104  Maritime security: Vessels
105  Maritime security: Facilities
106  Marine Security: Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) facilities
107  National Vessel and Facility Control Measures and Limited Access Areas
SUBCHAPTER H – General Maritime Security
109  General
110  Anchorage regulations
SUBCHAPTER I – Anchorages
114  General
115  Bridge locations and clearances; administrative procedures
116  Alteration of unreasonably obstructive bridges
117  Drawbridge operation regulations
118  Bridge lighting and other signals
SUBCHAPTER J – Bridges
120  Security of passenger vessels
SUBCHAPTER K – Security of Vessels
125  Identification credentials for persons requiring access to waterfront facilities or vessels
126  Handling of dangerous cargo at waterfront facilities
127  Waterfront facilities handling liquefied natural gas and liquefied hazardous gas
128  Security of passenger terminals
SUBCHAPTER L – Waterfront Facilities
125  Identification credentials for persons requiring access to waterfront facilities or vessels
126  Handling of dangerous cargo at waterfront facilities
127  Waterfront facilities handling liquefied natural gas and liquefied hazardous gas
128  Security of passenger terminals
SUBCHAPTER M – Marine Pollution Financial Responsibility and Compensation
133  Oil spill liability trust fund; state access
135  Offshore oil pollution compensation fund
136  Oil spill liability trust fund; claims procedures; designation of source; and advertisement
137  Oil spill liability: standards for conducting all appropriate inquiries under the innocent land-owner defense
138  Financial responsibility for water pollution (vessels) and opa 90 limits of liability (vessels and deepwater ports)
SUBCHAPTER N – Outer Continental Shelf Activities
140  General
141  Personnel
142  Workplace safety and health
143  Design and equipment
144  Lifesaving appliances
145  Fire-fighting equipment
146  Operations
147  Safety zones
SUBCHAPTER NN – Deepwater Ports
148  Deepwater ports: general
149  Deepwater ports: design, construction, and equipment
150  Deepwater ports: operations
SUBCHAPTER O – Pollution
151  Vessels carrying oil, noxious liquid substances, garbage, municipal or commercial waste, and ballast water
153  Control of pollution by oil and hazardous substances, discharge removal
154  Facilities transferring oil or hazardous material in bulk
155  Oil or hazardous material pollution prevention regulations for vessels
156  Oil and hazardous material transfer operations
157  Rules for the protection of the marine environment relating to tank vessels carrying oil in bulk
158  Reception facilities for oil, noxious liquid substances, and garbage
159  Marine sanitation devices
SUBCHAPTER P – Ports and Waterways Safety
160  Ports and waterways safety – General
161  Vessel traffic management
162  Inland waterways navigation regulations
163  Towing of barges
164  Navigation safety regulations
165  Regulated navigation areas and limited access areas
166  Shipping safety fairways
167  Offshore traffic separation schemes
168  Escort requirements for certain tankers
169  Ship reporting systems
SUBCHAPTERS Q~R [Reserved]
SUBCHAPTER S – Boating Safety
173  Vessel numbering and casualty and accident reporting
174  State numbering and casualty reporting systems
175  Equipment requirements
177  Correction of especially hazardous conditions
179  Defect notification
181  Manufacturer requirements
183  Boats and associated equipment
184-186  [Reserved]
187  Vessel identification system
188-199  [Reserved]

CHAPTER II – Army Corps of Engineers

203  Emergency employment of Army and other resources, natural disaster procedures
207  Navigation regulations
208  Flood control regulations
209  Administrative procedure
210  Procurement activities of the Corps of Engineers
211  Real estate activities of the Corps of Engineers in connection with civil works projects
214  Emergency supplies of drinking water
220  Design criteria for dam and lake projects
221  Work for others
222  Engineering and design
223  Boards, commissions, and committees
230  Procedures for implementing NEPA
236  Water resource policies and authorities: Corps of Engineers participation in improvements for environmental quality
238  Water resources policies and authorities: Flood damage reduction measures in urban areas
239  Water resources policies and authorities: Federal participation in covered flood control channels
240  General credit for flood control
241  Flood control cost-sharing requirements under the ability to pay provision
242  Flood Plain Management Services Program establishment of fees for cost recovery
245  Removal of wrecks and other obstructions
263  Continuing authorities programs
273  Aquatic plant control
274  Pest control program for civil works projects
276  Water resources policies and authorities: Application of section 134a of Public Law 94-587
277  Water resources policies and authorities: Navigation policy: Cost apportionment of bridge alterations
279  Resource use: Establishment of objectives
320  General regulatory policies
321  Permits for dams and dikes in navigable waters of the United States
322  Permits for structures or work in or affecting navigable waters of the United States
323  Permits for discharges of dredged or fill material into waters of the United States
324  Permits for ocean dumping of dredged material
325  Processing of Department of the Army permits
326  Enforcement
327  Public hearings
328  Definition of waters of the United States
329  Definition of navigable waters of the United States
330  Nationwide permit program
331  Administrative appeal process
334  Danger zone and restricted area regulations
335  Operation and maintenance of Army Corps of Engineers civil works projects involving the discharge of dredged or fill material into waters of the U.S. or ocean waters
336  Factors to be considered in the evaluation of Army Corps of Engineers dredging projects involving the discharge of dredged material into waters of the U.S. and ocean waters
337  Practice and procedure
338  Other Corps activities involving the discharge of dredged material or fill into waters of the U.S.
384  Intergovernmental review of Department of the Army Corps of Engineers programs and activities
385  Programmatic regulations for the comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan

CHAPTER IV – Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation

401  Seaway regulations and rules
402  Tariff of tolls
403  Rules of procedure of the Joint Tolls Review Board
404-499  [Reserved]

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