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The regulations in this part implement the Federal Subsistence Management Program on public lands within the State of Alaska.
This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
This list is taken from the Parallel Table of Authorities and Rules provided by GPO [Government Printing Office].
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§ 3 - Repealed. Pub. L. 113–287, § 7, Dec. 19, 2014, 128 Stat. 3272
§ 472 - Laws affecting national forest lands
§ 551 - Protection of national forests; rules and regulations
§ 668dd - National Wildlife Refuge System
§ 3101 - Congressional statement of purpose
§ 3102 - Definitions
§ 3103 - Maps
§ 3111 - Congressional declaration of findings
§ 3112 - Congressional statement of policy
§ 3113 - Definitions
§ 3114 - Preference for subsistence uses
§ 3115 - Local and regional participation
§ 3116 - Federal monitoring; reports to State and Congressional committees
§ 3117 - Judicial enforcement
§ 3118 - Park and park monument subsistence resource commissions
§ 3119 - Cooperative agreements
§ 3120 - Subsistence and land use decisions
§ 3121 - Rural residents engaged in subsistence uses
§ 3122 - Research
§ 3123 - Periodic reports
§ 3124 - Regulations
§ 3125 - Limitations and savings clauses
§ 3126 - Closure to subsistence uses
§ 3551 - Authorized sentences
§ 3552 - Presentence reports
§ 3553 - Imposition of a sentence
§ 3554 - Order of criminal forfeiture
§ 3555 - Order of notice to victims
§ 3556 - Order of restitution
§ 3557 - Review of a sentence
§ 3558 - Implementation of a sentence
§ 3559 - Sentencing classification of offenses
§ 3561 - Sentence of probation
§ 3562 - Imposition of a sentence of probation
§ 3563 - Conditions of probation
§ 3564 - Running of a term of probation
§ 3565 - Revocation of probation
§ 3566 - Implementation of a sentence of probation
§ 3571 - Sentence of fine
§ 3572 - Imposition of a sentence of fine and related matters
§ 3573 - Petition of the Government for modification or remission
§ 3574 - Implementation of a sentence of fine
§ 3581 - Sentence of imprisonment
§ 3582 - Imposition of a sentence of imprisonment
§ 3583 - Inclusion of a term of supervised release after imprisonment
§ 3584 - Multiple sentences of imprisonment
§ 3585 - Calculation of a term of imprisonment
§ 3586 - Implementation of a sentence of imprisonment
§ 1733 - Enforcement authority
Title 36 published on 2015-07-01
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 36 CFR Part 242 after this date.
This rule revises the list of nonrural areas in Alaska identified by the Federal Subsistence Board (Board). Only residents of areas that are rural are eligible to participate in the Federal Subsistence Management Program on public lands in Alaska. Based on a Secretarial review of the rural determination process, and the subsequent change in the regulations governing this process, the Board is revising the current nonrural determinations to the list that existed prior to 2007. Accordingly, the community of Saxman and the area of Prudhoe Bay will be removed from the nonrural list. The following areas continue to be nonrural, but their boundaries will return to their original borders: the Kenai Area; the Wasilla/Palmer area; the Homer area; and the Ketchikan area.
The Secretaries of Agriculture and the Interior are revising the regulations governing the rural determination process for the Federal Subsistence Management Program in Alaska. The Secretaries have removed specific guidelines, including requirements regarding population data, the aggregation of communities, and a decennial review. This change will allow the Federal Subsistence Board (Board) to define which communities or areas of Alaska are nonrural (all other communities and areas would, therefore, be rural). This new process will enable the Board to be more flexible in making decisions and to take into account regional differences found throughout the State. The new process will also allow for greater input from the Subsistence Regional Advisory Councils (Councils), Federally recognized Tribes of Alaska, Alaska Native Corporations, and the public.