22 U.S. Code Chapter 7 - INTERNATIONAL BUREAUS, CONGRESSES, ETC.

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Sec. 261. Policy as to settlement of disputes and disarmament. 262. President’s participation in international congresses restricted. 262–1. Restriction relating to United States accession to any new international criminal tribunal. 262a. Contributions to international organizations; consent of State Department; limitations as to certain organizations. 262b. Commitments for United States contributions to international organizations; limitations; consultation with Congressional committees. 262c. Commitments for United States contributions to international financial institutions fostering economic development in less developed countries; continuation of participation. 262d. Human rights and United States assistance policies with international financial institutions. 262d–1. Congressional statement of policy of human rights and United States assistance policies with international institutions. 262e. Comparability of salaries and benefits of employees of international financial institutions with employees of American private business and governmental service. 262f. Promotion of development and utilization of light capital technologies and United States assistance policies with international financial institutions. 262g. Human nutrition in developing countries and United States assistance policies with international financial institutions; declaration of policy. 262g–1. Targeting assistance to specific populations. 262g–2. Establishment of guidelines for international financial institutions. 262g–3. International negotiations on future replenishments of international financial institutions; consultation with appropriate Members of Congress. 262h. Opposition by United States Executive Directors of international financial institutions to assistance for production or extraction of export commodities or minerals in surplus on world markets. 262i. Repealed. 262j. Use of renewable resources for energy production. 262k. Financial assistance to international financial institutions; considerations and criteria. 262k–1. Transparency of budgets. 262k–2. Female genital mutilation. 262l. Environmental reform measures and remedial measures; Committee on Health and the Environment. 262l–1. Sustainable economic growth and management of natural resources; environmental impact of loans; pest management; addition of trained professionals; “early warning system”. 262l–2. Sustainable use of natural resources; use of agricultural and industrial chemicals. 262l–3. Environmental and energy initiatives; benchmarks; Global Warming Initiative; appropriations. 262m. Congressional findings and policies for multilateral development banks respecting environment, public health, natural resources, and indigenous peoples. 262m–1. Environmental performance of banks; mechanisms for improvement. 262m–2. Environmental impact of assistance proposals. 262m–3. Cooperative information exchange system. 262m–4. Environmental educational and training programs for mid-level bank managers and officials of borrowing countries. 262m–5. Environmental impact statements; factors considered; promotion of activities by United States Executive Directors. 262m–6. Repealed. 262m–7. Assessment of environmental impact of proposed multilateral development bank actions. 262m–8. Climate change mitigation and greenhouse gas accounting. 262n. Congressional findings and policies respecting agricultural and commodity production. 262n–1. Increase in income and employment in developing countries; enhancement of purchasing power; diversification away from single crop or product economies. 262n–2. Financing projects for production of export commodities, products, or minerals in surplus in world markets discouraged; instructions by Secretary of the Treasury to United States Executive Directors. 262n–3. Reduction of barriers to agricultural trade. 262o. Negotiations concerning replenishment or increase in capital; annual reports on implementation of lending policy goals. 262o–1. Military spending by recipient countries; military involvement in economies of recipient countries. 262o–2. Advocacy of policies to enhance general effectiveness of International Monetary Fund. 262o–3. Administrative provisions. 262o–4. Promotion of policy goals. 262p. Impact adjustment lending programs. 262p–1. Grassroots Collaboration Program. 262p–2. Instructions to United States Executive Directors for extension of credit. 262p–3. Participation of women in economic, social and policy development activities. 262p–4. Instructions to United States Executive Directors; indigenous people in borrowing country; determination of impact; protection of rights; consultation. 262p–4a. Loan programs to reduce economic dependence on illicit narcotics. 262p–4b. Directives regarding government-owned enterprises in countries receiving World Bank loans. 262p–4c. Initiation of discussions to facilitate debt-for-development swaps for human welfare and environmental conservation. 262p–4d. Initiation of discussions to facilitate financing of human welfare and natural resource programs in sub-Saharan Africa in connection with debt reduction and conversion. 262p–4e. Extent to which borrowing country governments have honored debt-for-development swap agreements to be considered as factor in making loans to such borrowers. 262p–4f. Assistance to countries to develop statistical assessment of well-being of poor. 262p–4g. Directives regarding government-owned enterprises in countries receiving IADB loans. 262p–4h. Discussions to increase productive economic participation of poor; reports. 262p–4i. Multilateral development banks and debt-for-nature exchanges. 262p–4j. Promotion of lending for environment. 262p–4k. Promotion of institution-building for nongovernmental organizations concerned with environment. 262p–4l. Improvement of interaction between International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and nongovernmental organizations. 262p–4m. Population, health, and nutrition programs. 262p–4n. Equal employment opportunities. 262p–4o. Respect for indigenous peoples. 262p–4p. Encouragement of fair labor practices. 262p–4q. Opposition to assistance by international financial institutions to terrorist states. 262p–4r. Use of authority of United States Executive Directors. 262p–5. Definitions. 262p–6. Improvement of the Heavily Indebted Poor Countries Initiative. 262p–7. Reform of the Enhanced Structural Adjustment Facility. 262p–8. Modification of the Enhanced HIPC Initiative. 262p–9. Reform of the “Doing Business” Report of the World Bank. 262p–10. Enhancing the transparency and effectiveness of the Inspection Panel process of the World Bank. 262p–11. Opposition to loans or funds for countries that support terrorism. 262p–12. Cancellation of Haiti’s debts to international financial institutions. 262q. Transferred. 262r. Annual report by Chairman of National Advisory Council on International Monetary and Financial Policies. 262r–1. Transmission to the Congress of operating summaries of the multilateral development banks. 262r–2. Combined report on effect of pending multilateral development bank loans on environment, natural resources, public health, and indigenous peoples. 262r–3. Reports on financial stabilization programs led by International Monetary Fund in connection with financing from Exchange Stabilization Fund. 262r–4. Annual report and testimony on state of international financial system, IMF reform, and compliance with IMF agreements. 262r–5. Repealed. 262r–6. Reports on policies, operations, and management of international financial institutions. 262s. Multilateral development bank procurement. 262s–1. Procurement opportunities for United States firms. 262s–2. Commercial Service Officers and multilateral development bank procurement. 262t. Personnel practices. 263. International Prison Commission. 263a. International Criminal Police Organization. 264, 265. Omitted. 266. International commission of congresses of navigation; authorization of appropriation for expenses. 266a, 266b. Transferred or Repealed. 267. Permanent Commission of International Geodetic Association; representative of United States. 267a. Appointment of delegates; compensation. 267b. International Joint Commission; invitation to establish; personnel; duties. 268. International Joint Commission; salaries; powers. 268a. Repealed. 268b. Advances from appropriation “Boundary line, Alaska and Canada, and the United States and Canada”. 268c. Limitation on expenditure of funds for compensation of International Boundary Commissioner to actual hours worked. 269. Permanent International Association of Road Congresses; authorization of membership. 269a. Central Bureau of the International Map of the World on the Millionth Scale; authorization of appropriations. 269b. Omitted. 269c. International Statistical Bureau at The Hague; authorization of appropriations. 269d. Inter American Statistical Institute; authorization of appropriations. 269e. Omitted. 269f. International Bureau for the Protection of Industrial Property; authorization of appropriations. 269g. Private International Law Conference at The Hague and Private Law International Institute in Rome; membership; appointment of delegates. 269g–1. Authorization of appropriations. 269h. International Union for the Publication of Customs Tariffs; authorization of annual appropriations for expenses. 270 to 270g. Repealed. 271. International Labor Organization; membership. 272. Omitted. 272a. Authorization of appropriations. 272b. Loyalty check on United States personnel. 273. Pan American Institute of Geography and History; authorization of annual appropriations for membership. 274. International Council of Scientific Unions and Associated Unions; authorization of annual appropriations for membership. 274a. International biological program. 274b. Cooperation of Federal and non-Federal departments, agencies, and organizations; transfers of funds. 275. International Hydrographic Bureau. 275a. Permanent International Commission of the Congresses of Navigation; authorization of appropriations. 276a to 276b. Repealed. 276c. Designation of Senate delegates to Conferences of the Interparliamentary Union. 276c–1. Reports of expenditures by members of American groups or delegations and employees; consolidated reports by congressional committees; public inspection. 276c–2. Employee benefits for United States citizen-representatives to international financial institutions; Treasury Department as collecting, accounting, and depositing agency for employee payments; contributions from appropriated funds. 276c–3. Repealed. 276c–4. Employment of United States citizens by certain international organizations. SUBCHAPTER I—CANADA-UNITED STATES INTERPARLIAMENTARY GROUP 276d. United States group; appointment; term; meetings. 276e. Authorization of appropriations; disbursements. 276f. Report to Congress. 276g. Auditing of accounts. SUBCHAPTER II—MEXICO-UNITED STATES INTERPARLIAMENTARY GROUP 276h. United States group; appointment; term; meetings. 276i. Authorization of appropriations; disbursements. 276j. Report to Congress. 276k. Auditing of accounts. SUBCHAPTER II–A—BRITISH-AMERICAN INTERPARLIAMENTARY GROUP 276l. British-American Interparliamentary Group. SUBCHAPTER II–B—UNITED STATES DELEGATION TO PARLIAMENTARY ASSEMBLY OF CONFERENCE ON SECURITY AND COOPERATION IN EUROPE (CSCE) 276m. United States Delegation to Parliamentary Assembly of Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE). SUBCHAPTER II–C—UNITED STATES SENATE-CHINA INTERPARLIAMENTARY GROUP 276n. United States Senate-China Interparliamentary Group. SUBCHAPTER II–D—UNITED STATES SENATE-RUSSIA INTERPARLIAMENTARY GROUP 276o. United States Senate-Russia Interparliamentary Group. SUBCHAPTER II–E—UNITED STATES SENATE-JAPAN INTERPARLIAMENTARY GROUP 276p. United States Senate-Japan Interparliamentary Group. SUBCHAPTER III—KERMIT ROOSEVELT FUND 276aa. Establishment of the Kermit Roosevelt fund; creation and composition of board of trustees. 276bb. Acceptance of funds and property from Mrs. Kermit Roosevelt; purpose and use; disbursement and investment of fund. 276cc. Acceptance of funds and property from other sources; limitation; disbursement and investment. 276dd. Income from property covered into Treasury; disbursement and investment. 276ee. Powers of board; personal liability of members; compensation; decisions reviewable by Secretary of the Army; annual report; jurisdiction of court. SUBCHAPTER IV—INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARY AND WATER COMMISSION 277. International Boundary Commission, United States and Mexico; study of boundary waters. 277a. Investigations of commission; construction of works or projects. 277b. Works or projects under treaty. 277c. Agreements with political subdivisions; acquisition of lands. 277d. Funds received from Mexico; expenditure. 277d–1. Authorizations for Mexican treaty projects; acquisition of lands for relocation purposes; contracts and conveyances. 277d–2. Construction and maintenance of roads, highways, etc.; housing and other facilities for personnel. 277d–3. Authorization for appropriations; activities for which available; contracts for excess amounts. 277d–4. Acquisition of properties of Imperial Irrigation District of California. 277d–5. Availability of prior appropriations; restriction to projects agreed to under treaty. 277d–6. Douglas-Agua Prieta Sanitation Project; operation by Commission; division of costs; contribution by City of Douglas, Arizona. 277d–7. Authorization for appropriations; availability of prior appropriations; use of moneys received. 277d–8. Calexico Mexicali Sanitation Project; operation by Commission; division of costs; contribution by City of Calexico, California. 277d–9. Authorization for appropriations; availability of prior appropriations; use of moneys received. 277d–10. Nogales Sanitation Project; operation by Commission; division of costs; contribution by Nogales, Arizona. 277d–11. Authorization of appropriations; availability of prior appropriations; use of moneys received. 277d–12. Expenditures for flood fighting, rescue operations, repairs or restoration of flood control or sanitation works threatened or destroyed by floodwaters of Rio Grande, Colorado, or Tijuana Rivers. 277d–13. Authorization for international storage dam on the Rio Grande. 277d–14. Construction, operation, and maintenance on self-liquidating basis of facilities for generating hydroelectric energy. 277d–15. Integration of operation of dam with other United States water conservation activities. 277d–16. Authorization of appropriations. 277d–17. Chamizal boundary settlement; investigations relating to river channel; acquisition of lands; relocation of facilities. 277d–18. Construction, operation, and maintenance of works; Bridge of the Americas. 277d–19. Compensation of owners and tenants to prevent economic injury; regulations. 277d–20. Limitation on application for reimbursement or compensation. 277d–21. Attorneys’ fees; penalties. 277d–22. Prohibition against duplicate payments; eligibility for payments unaffected by means employed for acquisition of property; rights and powers unaffected. 277d–23. Taxation; exclusion from gross income. 277d–24. Definitions; exemption from administrative procedure provisions. 277d–25. Authorization of appropriations. 277d–26. Lower Colorado River emergency flood control works; agreements with Mexico for joint construction, operation and maintenance. 277d–27. Execution of agreements. 277d–28. Authorization of appropriations. 277d–29. Rio Grande canalization project; flood and sediment control; agreements authorized; control gates; costs; authorization of appropriations. 277d–30. Lower Rio Grande drainage conveyance canal projects; agreements with Mexico for construction, operation, and maintenance; division of costs; non-Federal assurances of one-half of Federal costs. 277d–31. Authorization of appropriations. 277d–32. Tijuana River flood control project; agreement with Mexico for joint construction, operation and maintenance. 277d–33. Authorization; construction, operation, and maintenance, appropriations, and acquisition of land. 277d–34. American-Mexican Boundary Treaty, authorization for carrying out treaty provisions; investigations; land acquisition, purposes; damages, repair or compensation. 277d–35. Construction, operation, and maintenance of works; property relocation, contracts; transfer of authority. 277d–36. Sale of excess land. 277d–37. Channel shifts; boundary determination. 277d–38. Acquired land, addition to State; State jurisdiction. 277d–39. Hidalgo-Reynosa lands; administration; part of national wildlife refuge system. 277d–40. Authorization of appropriations. 277d–41. American-Mexican Boundary Treaty, Presidio flood control project; authorization of flood control agreement. 277d–42. Construction, operation, and maintenance of flood control works; authorization of appropriations; restrictions. 277d–43. Definitions. 277d–44. Actions to be taken by the Commission and the Administrator. 277d–45. New Treaty Minute. 277d–46. Authorization of appropriations. 277e. Disposal of lands; issuance of licenses for use of lands; compensation for injured property. 277f. Valley Gravity Canal and Storage Project. 277g. Agreements to correct pollution of Rio Grande. 277g–1. Authority of Secretary of State to plan, construct, operate, and maintain facilities. 277g–2. Consultation with Administrator of Environmental Protection Agency and other authorities. 277g–3. Authorization of appropriations. 277h. Authority of the International Boundary and Water Commission to assist State and local governments. SUBCHAPTER V—GORGAS MEMORIAL LABORATORY 278. Gorgas Memorial Laboratory; location; acceptance of funds from Latin American countries or other sources. 278a. Annual report to Congress; examination of books and accounts. 278b. Repealed. SUBCHAPTER VI—UNITED NATIONS FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION 279. United States membership in the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization. 279a. Authorization of appropriations for payment of United States expenses in Organization; limitation of contributions. 279b. Integration of International Institute of Agriculture with Organization. 279c. Congressional authority necessary for acceptance of new obligations in Organization. 279d. Limitation on power of Conference to impose new obligations on United States. SUBCHAPTER VII—SOUTH PACIFIC COMMISSION 280. Representation in South Pacific Commission; appointment of commissioners and alternates. 280a. Definitions. 280b. Authorization of appropriations. 280c. Employment of personnel with specialized skills. SUBCHAPTER VIII—CARIBBEAN COMMISSION 280h. Representation in Caribbean Commission; appointment of commissioners and alternates. 280i. Authorization of appropriations. SUBCHAPTER IX—PAN AMERICAN RAILWAY CONGRESS 280j. Representation in Congress; appointment of delegates and alternates. 280k. Authorization of appropriations. SUBCHAPTER X—THE INSTITUTE OF INTER-AMERICAN AFFAIRS 281 to 281l. Omitted or Repealed. SUBCHAPTER XI—INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORPORATION 282. Acceptance of membership by United States in International Finance Corporation. 282a. Governor, executive director, and alternates of Corporation. 282b. Applicability of National Advisory Council on International Monetary and Financial Problems. 282c. Congressional authorization needed for certain actions. 282d. Federal Reserve banks as depositories. 282e. Payment of subscriptions to Corporation by United States; dividends covered into Treasury. 282f. Jurisdiction and venue of actions. 282g. Status, privileges, and immunities of the United States. 282h. Loans to or from International Bank for Reconstruction and Development; amendment to Articles of Agreement. 282i. Increase in capital stock of Corporation; subscription to additional shares. 282j. Increase in capital stock of Corporation; subscription to additional shares. 282k. Securities issued by Corporation. 282l. Capital stock increase. 282m. Authority to vote for capital increases necessary to support economic restructuring in independent states of former Soviet Union. 282n. Authority to agree to amendments to Articles of Agreement. 282o. Selective capital increase and amendment of the Articles of Agreement. SUBCHAPTER XII—INTER-AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK 283. Acceptance of membership by United States in Inter-American Development Bank. 283a. Appointment of officers; term of office; salary. 283b. National Advisory Council on International Monetary and Financial Problems. 283c. Congressional authorization needed for certain actions. 283d. Federal Reserve banks as depositories. 283e. Payment of subscription to Bank and Fund by United States. 283f. Jurisdiction and venue of actions. 283g. Status, privileges, and immunities of the United States. 283h. Securities issued by Bank; reports to and of Securities and Exchange Commission. 283i. Repealed. 283j. Increased United States participation in Bank activities. 283j–1. Audit. 283k. Authorization of appropriations. 283l. Increase in resources of the Fund for Special Operations. 283m. Additional increases in resources of the Fund for Special Operations. 283n. Increase in authorized capital stock; United States share; authorization of appropriations. 283o. Increase in authorized capital stock and additional subscriptions of members thereto; increase in resources of Fund for Special Operations and contributions thereto; United States share; authorization of appropriations. 283p. Authorization for payment of United States contribution to increase Fund for Special Operations; authorization of appropriations. 283q. Articles of agreement; authorization to agree to amendments. 283r. Expropriation of United States property; loan restrictions. 283s. Illegal drug traffic; loan restrictions. 283t. Authorization to vote on proposed resolutions. 283u. Membership in the Bank for the Bahamas and Guyana. 283v. Loans to the Caribbean Development Bank. 283w. Increase in authorized capital stock of Bank and increase in resources of Fund for Special Operations; United States share; authorization of appropriations. 283x. Subscription to additional shares; authorization of appropriations. 283y. Repealed. 283z. Proposal of light-capital or intermediate technologies as part of Bank’s development strategy. 283z–1. Increase in authorized capital stock of Bank and increase in resources of Fund for Special Operations. 283z–2. Contribution to Inter-American Development Bank; authorization of appropriations. 283z–3. Increase in authorized capital stock of Bank and increases in resources of Fund for Special Operations; United States share; authorization of appropriations. 283z–4. Amendments to Articles of Agreement in resolution on Merger of Interregional and Ordinary Capital Resources. 283z–5. Capital increase; increase in resources of Fund for Special Operations. 283z–6. Investment in human capital. 283z–7. Limitations on policy based lending. 283z–8. Increase in lending to Caribbean. 283z–9. Multilateral Investment Fund. 283z–10. Focus on low-income areas of Latin America and Caribbean. 283z–11. First replenishment of the resources of the Enterprise for the Americas Multilateral Investment Fund. 283z–12. Authority to vote for and contribute to an increase in resources of the Fund for Special Operations; providing debt relief to Haiti. 283z–13. Ninth Capital Increase. SUBCHAPTER XII–A—INTER-AMERICAN INVESTMENT CORPORATION 283aa. Acceptance of membership. 283bb. Governor, Director, and alternates. 283cc. Applicability of Bretton Woods Agreements Act. 283dd. Restrictions. 283ee. Federal Reserve banks as depositories. 283ff. Subscription of stock. 283gg. Jurisdiction of United States courts. 283hh. Effectiveness of agreement. 283ii. Securities issued by the Corporation. SUBCHAPTER XIII—INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION 284. Acceptance of membership by United States in International Development Association. 284a. Governor, executive director, and alternates of Association. 284b. National Advisory Council on International Monetary and Financial Problems. 284c. Congressional authorization needed for certain actions. 284d. Federal Reserve banks as depositories. 284e. Payment of subscription to Association by United States. 284f. Jurisdiction and venue of actions. 284g. Status, privileges, and immunities of the United States. 284h. Second replenishment; authorization of appropriations. 284i. Third replenishment; authorization of appropriations. 284j. Expropriation of United States property; loan restrictions. 284k. Illegal drug traffic; loan restrictions. 284l. Fourth replenishment; authorization of appropriations. 284m. Repealed. 284n. Fifth replenishment; authorization of appropriations. 284o. Sixth replenishment; authorization of appropriations. 284p. Seventh replenishment; authorization of appropriations. 284q. Special Facility for Sub-Saharan Africa. 284r. Eighth replenishment; authorization of appropriations. 284s. Ninth replenishment. 284t. Thirteenth replenishment. 284u. Fourteenth replenishment. 284v. Fifteenth replenishment. 284w. Multilateral debt relief. 284x. Sixteenth replenishment. 284y. Multilateral debt relief. SUBCHAPTER XIV—ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK 285. Acceptance of membership by United States in Asian Development Bank. 285a. Appointment of Governor, Alternate Governor and Director; compensation. 285b. Coordination of policies and operations. 285c. Congressional authorization needed for certain actions. 285d. Federal Reserve banks as depositories. 285e. Authorization of appropriations; income covered into Treasury. 285f. Jurisdiction and venue of actions. 285g. Status, immunities, and privileges. 285h. Securities issued by Bank as exempt securities; suspension of exemption provisions; reports to and of Securities and Exchange Commission. 285i. Authorization for payment of United States contribution; United States Special Resources. 285j. United States Special Resources. 285k. Utilization of United States Special Resources. 285l. Letter of credit form for United States Special Resources. 285m. Withdrawal rights covering United States Special Resources. 285n. Authorization of appropriations to provide United States Special Resources. 285o. Expropriation of United States property; loan restrictions. 285p. Illegal drug traffic; loan restrictions. 285q. Subscription to additional shares; authorization of appropriations. 285r. Contribution to special funds; authorization of appropriations. 285s. Additional subscription to shares; authorization of appropriations. 285t. Additional contribution to special funds; authorization of appropriations. 285u. Additional contribution to special funds. 285v. Sense of Congress respecting membership of Taiwan in Bank. 285w. Contribution to Asian Development Fund; authorization of appropriations. 285x. Additional subscription to shares. 285y. Additional contribution to special funds; authorization of appropriations. 285z. Additional contribution to special funds; authorization of appropriations. 285aa. Capital increase. 285bb. Additional contribution to special funds. 285cc. Eighth replenishment. 285dd. Ninth replenishment. 285ee. Fifth capital increase. SUBCHAPTER XV—INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND AND BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT 286. Acceptance of membership by United States in International Monetary Fund. 286a. Appointments. 286b. National Advisory Council on International Monetary and Financial Problems. 286b–1, 286b–2. Repealed. 286c. Congressional authorization needed for certain actions. 286d. Federal Reserve banks as depositories. 286e. Payment of subscriptions to Fund and Bank by United States; issuance of special notes; income covered into Treasury. 286e–1. Increase in quota of United States and in capital stock of Bank; subscription to additional shares. 286e–1a. Increase in capital stock of Bank. 286e–1b. Increase in quota of United States; authorization of appropriations. 286e–1c. Additional increase in quota of United States. 286e–1d. Increase in capital stock of Bank; subscription to additional shares; authorization of appropriations. 286e–1e. Equivalent increase in quota of United States. 286e–1f. Additional increase in capital stock of Bank; subscription to additional shares; authorization of appropriations. 286e–1g. Additional increase in quota of United States; condition. 286e–1h. Increase of subscription of stock; authority of United States Governor of Bank; authorization of appropriations. 286e–1i. Increase in United States quota; consultations with Congress. 286e–1j. Additional increase in capital stock of Bank; subscription to additional shares; authorization of appropriations. 286e–1k. Capital stock increase. 286e–1l. Quota increase to 8,608,500,000 Special Drawing Rights. 286e–1m. Quota increase to 10,622,500,000 Special Drawing Rights. 286e–2. Loans to Fund. 286e–3. Transfers to stabilization fund of purchase of currencies or gold from International Monetary Fund; administration; utilization of fund resources for repayments. 286e–4. Loans to International Finance Corporation; amendment to Articles of Agreement. 286e–5. Amendments to Articles of Agreement. 286e–5a. Additional amendments to Articles of Agreement. 286e–5b. Acceptance of amendments to Articles of Agreement of the Fund approved on June 28, 1990. 286e–6. Vote against establishment of Council. 286e–7. Supplementary Financing Facility. 286e–8. Treatment of creditors in debt rescheduling. 286e–9. Stabilization programs. 286e–10. Repealed. 286e–11. Assistance by the Fund to any country harboring international terrorists. 286e–12. Contribution to Interest Subsidy Account of Enhanced Structural Adjustment Facility of International Monetary Fund. 286e–13. Approval of Fund pledge to sell gold to provide resources for Reserve Account of Enhanced Structural Adjustment Facility Trust. 286f. Obtaining and furnishing information to the Fund. 286g. Jurisdiction and venue of actions. 286h. Status, privileges, and immunities of the United States. 286i. Stabilization loans by Bank; amendment to Articles of Agreement. 286j. Use of Fund resources. 286k. Further promotion of international economic relations. 286k–1. Securities issued by Bank as exempt securities; reports filed with Security and Exchange Commission. 286k–2. Suspension of right of International Bank to issue securities under section 286k–1; report of Securities and Exchange Commission. 286l. British loan; authorization to Secretary of the Treasury to carry out agreement. 286m. Amount of loan; public-debt transaction; disposition of interest payments. 286n. Special Drawing Rights. 286o. Administration as part of the Exchange Stabilization Fund. 286p. Issuance, purpose, and redemption of Special Drawing Rights certificates. 286q. Limitation on allocations to the United States. 286r. United States participation in special drawing account. 286s. Consideration of basic human needs in economic adjustment programs supported by Fund. 286t. Omitted. 286u. Dollar-Special Drawing Rights substitution account. 286v. Membership for Taiwan in Fund. 286w. Denial of membership or other status in Fund for Palestine Liberation Organization; United States participation in Fund if membership or other status granted; report by President to Congress. 286x. Assistance to private sector of El Salvador, Nicaragua, and other nations. 286y. Promoting conditions for exchange rate stability. 286z. Collection and exchange of information on monetary and financial problems. 286aa. Instructions to United States Executive Director; Communist dictatorships. 286bb. Elimination of predatory agricultural export subsidies. 286cc. Sustaining economic growth. 286dd. Fund bailouts of banks; rescheduling of debt. 286ee. International cooperation. 286ff. Fund interest rates. 286gg. Elimination of trade restrictions. 286hh. Policy based lending for debt reduction. 286ii. Limitations on Bank policy based lending; actions required to be taken to oppose excessive policy based lending by Bank. 286jj. Partial guarantees in connection with debt reduction for borrower countries. 286kk. Discussions to enhance capacity of Fund to alleviate potentially adverse impacts of Fund programs on poor and environment. 286ll. Fund policy changes. 286mm. Measures to reduce military spending by developing nations. 286nn. Approval of contributions for debt reductions for the poorest countries. 286oo. Principles for International Monetary Fund lending. 286pp. Acceptance of amendments to Articles of Agreement of Fund approved on April 28 and May 5, 2008. 286qq. Quota increase to 4,973,100,000 Special Drawing Rights. 286rr. Approval to sell a limited amount of the Fund’s gold. 286ss. Acceptance of amendment to Articles of Agreement of Fund approved on October 22, 1997. 286tt. Restrictions on use of United States funds for foreign governments; protection of American taxpayers. 286uu. Acceptance of an amendment to the Articles of Agreement of the Bank to increase basic votes. 286vv. Capital stock increases. SUBCHAPTER XVI—UNITED NATIONS ORGANIZATION 287. Representation in Organization. 287a. Action by representatives in accordance with Presidential instructions; voting. 287b. Reports to Congress by President. 287c. Economic and communication sanctions pursuant to United Nations Security Council Resolution. 287d. Use of armed forces; limitations. 287d–1. Noncombatant assistance to United Nations. 287e. Authorization of appropriations; payment of expenses. 287e–1. Housing supplement for certain employees assigned to the United States Mission to the United Nations. 287e–2. Reimbursement for goods and services provided by the United States to the United Nations. 287e–3. Limitation on the United States share of assessments for United Nations regular budget. 287f. Omitted. 287g. Authorization of appropriations for loan to United Nations; restrictions on use of proceeds of loan. 287h. Limitation on loan. 287i. Deduction of principal and interest from annual payment of assessed share of United States of budget. 287j. Participation in future United Nations borrowing; promotion of pattern of financing to avoid future large-scale deficits; report to Congress. 287k. Congressional expression of satisfaction that expenditures relating to operations in Middle East and in the Congo are “expenses of the Organization”. 287l. Congressional declaration that United Nations take steps to give effect to advisory opinion of International Court of Justice on financial obligations of members. SUBCHAPTER XVII—UNITED NATIONS EDUCATIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATION 287m. Acceptance of membership by the United States. 287n. Representatives in General Conference; number; citizenship; compensation. 287o. National Commission on Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Cooperation; membership; meetings; expenses. 287p. Citizenship of members. 287q. General and special conferences; expenses; acceptance of services and gifts or bequests of money or materials. 287r. Authorization of appropriations; payment of expenses. 287s. Amendments to constitution of Organization involving new obligations. 287t. Prohibition against disclosure of information or knowledge. SUBCHAPTER XVIII—PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS 288. “International organization” defined; authority of President. 288a. Privileges, exemptions, and immunities of international organizations. 288b. Baggage and effects of officers and employees exempted from customs duties and internal revenue taxes. 288c. Exemption from property taxes. 288d. Privileges, exemptions, and immunities of officers, employees, and their families; waiver. 288e. Personnel entitled to benefits. 288f. Applicability of reciprocity laws. 288f–1. European Space Agency and Organization of Eastern Caribbean States; extension of privileges, exemptions, and immunities to members. 288f–2. African Union; extension of privileges, exemptions, and immunities. 288f–3. Immunities for International Committee of the Red Cross. 288f–4. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources; extension of privileges, exemptions, and immunities. 288f–5. European Central Bank; extension of privileges, exemptions, and immunities. 288f–6. Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; extension of privileges, exemptions, and immunities. 288f–7. Office of the High Representative in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the International Civilian Office in Kosovo; extension of privileges, exemptions, and immunities. 288g. Organization of American States; extension of privileges and immunities to members. 288h. Commission of European Communities; extension of privileges and immunities to members. 288i. Liaison Office of the People’s Republic of China; extension of privileges and immunities to members. 288j. International Development Law Institute. 288k. Extension of certain privileges, exemptions, and immunities to Hong Kong Economic and Trade Offices. 288l. The Holy See. SUBCHAPTER XIX—INTERNATIONAL REFUGEE ORGANIZATION 289. Acceptance of membership by the United States; conditions. 289a. Designation of representative and alternates; compensation. 289b. Authorization of appropriations; payment of salaries and expenses. 289c. Transfer of funds; furnishing supplies and services; accounting for reimbursements. 289d. Omitted. SUBCHAPTER XX—WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION 290. Acceptance of membership by the United States. 290a. Designation of representatives and alternates; compensation; loyalty checkup. 290b. Authorization of appropriations; payment of salaries and expenses. 290c. Withdrawal from Organization on one-year notice. 290d. Enactment of specific legislation by Congress. 290e. Congressional declaration of policy. 290e–1. International Agency for Research on Cancer; authorization of appropriations; limitation. SUBCHAPTER XXI—INTER-AMERICAN FOUNDATION 290f. Inter-American Foundation. SUBCHAPTER XXII—AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FUND 290g. African Development Fund; United States participation. 290g–1. Appointment of Governor and Alternate Governor; rank, duties, and compensation. 290g–2. Law governing reports to the President and the Congress. 290g–3. Specific actions requiring Congressional authorization. 290g–4. Authorization of appropriations; repayments and distributions from Fund to Treasury. 290g–5. Federal Reserve banks as depository for the Fund; supervision. 290g–6. Civil action by or against the Fund; service of process, venue, jurisdiction, removal of actions. 290g–7. Force and effect of agreement; deposit of documents by the President; reservation of right to tax salaries and emoluments paid by the Fund to United States citizens or nationals. 290g–8. Presidential instructions to United States Governor of the Fund to veto any use of funds to benefit a country pursuing a detrimental economic policy against United States interests; exceptions. 290g–9. Repealed. 290g–10. Additional authorization for contribution to African Development Fund. 290g–11. Additional authorization for payment of United States contribution. 290g–12. Additional authorization for payment of United States contribution. 290g–13. Additional authorization for payment of United States contribution. 290g–14. Additional authorization for payment of United States contribution. 290g–15. Sixth replenishment. 290g–16. Ninth replenishment. 290g–17. Tenth replenishment. 290g–18. Eleventh replenishment. 290g–19. Multilateral Debt Relief Initiative. 290g–20. Twelfth replenishment. 290g–21. Multilateral debt relief. SUBCHAPTER XXIII—AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION 290h. Congressional findings. 290h–1. African Development Foundation. 290h–2. Congressional declaration of purposes. 290h–3. Functions of Foundation. 290h–4. Powers of Foundation. 290h–5. Management of Foundation. 290h–6. Government corporation control provisions applicable. 290h–7. Limitation on spending authority. 290h–8. Authorization of appropriations. 290h–9. Repealed. SUBCHAPTER XXIV—AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK 290i. Acceptance of membership. 290i–1. Governor and Alternate Governor. 290i–2. Director or Alternate Director; allowances. 290i–3. Applicability of Bretton Woods Agreements Act. 290i–4. Restrictions. 290i–5. Federal Reserve banks as depositories. 290i–6. Subscription to stock. 290i–7. Jurisdiction of United States courts. 290i–8. Force and effect of agreement. 290i–9. Securities issued by Bank; Securities and Exchange Commission oversight. 290i–10. Authorization of United States subscription to stock; authorization of appropriations. 290i–11. Sixth capital increase. SUBCHAPTER XXV—UNITED STATES–INDIA FUND FOR CULTURAL, EDUCATIONAL, AND SCIENTIFIC COOPERATION 290j. Establishment of the Fund. 290j–1. Use of United States owned rupees to capitalize the Fund. SUBCHAPTER XXVI—MULTILATERAL INVESTMENT GUARANTEE AGENCY 290k. Acceptance of membership. 290k–1. Governor and Alternate Governor. 290k–2. Instructions for United States Director. 290k–3. Opposition to certain guarantees or investment promotions; independent evaluation of guaranteed investments. 290k–4. Consultation with representatives of private sector and of labor organizations on Agency policy directions and operations. 290k–5. Applicability of Bretton Woods Agreements Act. 290k–6. Restrictions. 290k–7. Federal Reserve banks as depositories. 290k–8. Subscription of stock. 290k–9. Jurisdiction of United States courts and enforcement of arbitral awards. 290k–10. Effectiveness of Convention. 290k–11. Arbitral awards; enforcement; full faith and credit; Federal Arbitration Act inapplicable; exclusiveness of district court jurisdiction. SUBCHAPTER XXVII—EUROPEAN BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND DEVELOPMENT 290l. Acceptance of membership. 290l–1. Governor and alternate Governor. 290l–2. Applicability of certain provisions of Bretton Woods Agreements Act. 290l–3. Federal Reserve banks as depositories. 290l–4. Subscription of stock. 290l–5. Jurisdiction and venue of civil actions by or against Bank. 290l–6. Effectiveness of Agreement. 290l–7. Exemption from securities laws for certain securities issued by Bank; reports required. 290l–8. Congressional consultations. 290l–9. Capital increase. SUBCHAPTER XXVIII—NORTH AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK AND RELATED PROVISIONS 290m. North American Development Bank. 290m–1. Status, immunities, and privileges. 290m–2. Community adjustment and investment program. 290m–3. “Border Environment Cooperation Agreement” defined. 290m–4. Authority to agree to certain amendments to the Border Environment Cooperation Agreement. 290m–5. Grants out of paid-in capital resources. 290m–6. Annual report. SUBCHAPTER XXIX—UNITED STATES-MEXICO BORDER HEALTH COMMISSION 290n. Appointment of members of Border Health Commission. 290n–1. Duties. 290n–2. Other authorized functions. 290n–3. Membership. 290n–4. Regional offices. 290n–5. Reports. 290n–6. Definitions. SUBCHAPTER XXX—MIDDLE EAST DEVELOPMENT BANK 290o. Acceptance of membership. 290o–1. Governor and alternate Governor. 290o–2. Applicability of certain provisions of Bretton Woods Agreements Act. 290o–3. Federal Reserve Banks as depositories. 290o–4. Subscription of stock. 290o–5. Jurisdiction and venue of civil actions by or against Bank. 290o–6. Effectiveness of Agreement. 290o–7. Exemption from securities laws for certain securities issued by Bank; reports required. SUBCHAPTER XXXI—INTERNATIONAL RENEWABLE ENERGY AGENCY 290p. Acceptance of statute and membership. SUBCHAPTER XXXII—ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN STATES 290q. Organization of American States revitalization and reform strategy.

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22 USCDescription of ChangeSession YearPublic LawStatutes at Large
§ 262hnt new2014113-76 [Sec.] 7029(g)128 Stat. 508
§ 262hnt new2014113-76 [Sec.] 7025(c)128 Stat. 504
§ 269ant [tbl]2014113-76 [Sec.] 128 Stat. 470
§ 269ant [tbl]2014113-76 [Sec.] 128 Stat. 468
§ 285a2012112-166 [Sec.] 2(aa)126 Stat. 1289
§ 286vv2013113-6 [Sec.] 1704(d)127 Stat. 429
§ 290g-12012112-166 [Sec.] 2(bb)126 Stat. 1290
§ 290h-12014113-76 [Sec.] 128 Stat. 482
§ 290i-12012112-166 [Sec.] 2(z)(1)126 Stat. 1289
§ 290i-22012112-166 [Sec.] 2(z)(2)126 Stat. 1289

 

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