2 U.S. Code CHAPTER 6— CONGRESSIONAL AND COMMITTEE PROCEDURE; INVESTIGATIONS

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  1. § 190. Repealed. S. Res. 4, § 301(b), Feb. 4, 1977
  2. §§ 190a to 190a–2. Repealed. S. Res. 274, § 2(a), Nov. 14, 1979
  3. § 190a–3. Repealed. S. Res. 9, § 2, Nov. 5, 1975
  4. §§ 190b, 190c. Repealed. S. Res. 274, § 2(a), Nov. 14, 1979
  5. § 190d. Legislative review by standing committees of the Senate and the House of Representatives
  6. § 190e. Repealed. Pub. L. 91–510, title II, § 242(b)(1), Oct. 26, 1970, 84 Stat. 1172
  7. § 190f. General appropriation bills
  8. § 190g. Nonconsideration of certain private bills and resolutions
  9. § 190h. Repealed. S. Res. 9, § 2, Nov. 5, 1975
  10. §§ 190i to 190k. Repealed. S. Res. 274, § 2(b), Nov. 14, 1979
  11. § 190l. Private claims pending before Congress; taking of testimony
  12. § 190m. Subpoena for taking testimony; compensation of officers and witnesses; return of depositions
  13. § 191. Oaths to witnesses
  14. § 192. Refusal of witness to testify or produce papers
  15. § 193. Privilege of witnesses
  16. § 194. Certification of failure to testify or produce; grand jury action
  17. § 194a. Request by Congressional committees to officers or employees of Federal departments, agencies, etc., concerned with foreign countries or multilateral organizations for expression of views and opinions
  18. § 194b. Omitted
  19. § 195. Fees of witnesses in District of Columbia
  20. § 195a. Restriction on payment of witness fees or travel and subsistence expenses to persons sub­penaed by Congressional committees
  21. § 195b. Fees for witnesses requested to appear before Majority Policy Committee or Minority Policy Committee
  22. § 196. Senate resolutions for investigations; limit of cost
  23. § 197. Compensation of employees
  24. § 198. Adjournment
  25. § 199. Member of commission, board, etc., appointed by President pro tempore of Senate; recommendation process; applicability