Congressional statement of purpose.
SUBCHAPTER I—ADMINISTRATION AND REGULATIONS
Part 1—Panama Canal Commission
Establishment, purposes, offices, and residence of Commission.
General powers of Commission.
Specific powers of Commission.
Joint Commission on the Environment.
Defense of Panama Canal.
Joint sea level canal study.
Authority of Ambassador; independence of Commission regarding its Panama Canal responsibilities.
Code of conduct for Commission personnel.
Office of Ombudsman.
subpart i—panama canal commission personnel
Appointment and compensation; duties.
Transfer of Federal employees.
Compensation of individuals in uniformed services.
Deduction from basic pay of amounts due for supplies or services.
3646, 3647. Repealed.
Privileges and immunities of certain employees.
Applicability of certain benefits.
subpart ii—wage and employment practices
Panama Canal Employment System; merit and other employment requirements.
3654, 3655. Repealed.
Uniform application of standards and rates.
Recruitment and retention remuneration.
Benefits based on basic pay.
Review and adjustment of classifications, grades, and pay level.
Panama Canal Board of Appeals; duties.
Appeals to Board; procedures.
Applicability of title 5.
subpart iii—conditions of employment and placement
Retirement under special treaty provisions.
Administration of certain disability benefits.
subpart v—application to related personnel
Individuals considered employees.
subpart vi—labor-management relations
Part 3—Funds and Accounts
Panama Canal Revolving Fund.
Authority to lease office space.
Panama Canal emergency authority.
Dissolution of Commission.
Establishment of Compensation Fund.
Operation of Fund.
Transfers from Fund for compensation benefits.
Final evaluation of Fund; deficiency or surplus in Fund.
Continuation of benefits.
Payments to Republic of Panama.
Transactions with Republic of Panama.
Congressional restraints on property transfers and tax expenditures; formal apprisal of Panama.
Part 4—Claims for Injuries to Persons or Property
subpart i—general provisions
Settlement of claims generally.
subpart ii—vessel damage
Injuries in locks of canal; adjustment and payment of claims.
Injuries outside locks.
Measure of damages generally.
Delays for which no responsibility is assumed.
Settlement of claims.
Actions on claims.
Investigation of accident or injury giving rise to claim.
Board of local inspectors.
Part 5—Public Property
Assets and liabilities of Panama Canal Company.
Transfers and cross-servicing between agencies.
Disposition of property of United States.
Transfer of property to Republic of Panama.
Part 6—Tolls for Use of Panama Canal
Prescription of measurement rules and rates of tolls.
Bases of tolls.
Interest on investments.
Part 7—General Regulations
3801, 3802. Repealed.
Part 8—Shipping and Navigation
subpart i—operation of canal
subpart ii—inspection of vessels
Vessels subject to inspection.
Regulations governing inspection.
SUBCHAPTER II—TREATY TRANSITION PERIOD
Panama Canal Board of Contract Appeals.
Exemption from Metric Conversion Act of 1975.
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