SUBCHAPTER I—BORROWING AUTHORITY
Public debt limit.
Presidential modification of the debt ceiling.
Certificates of indebtedness and Treasury bills.
Savings bonds and savings certificates.
Retirement and savings bonds.
Increasing interest rates and investment yields on retirement bonds.
Prohibition against circulation privilege.
Tax and loss bonds.
Sale of obligations of governments of foreign countries.
New issue used to buy, redeem, or refund outstanding obligations.
Sinking fund for retiring and cancelling bonds and notes.
Banks and trust companies as depositaries.
Payment of obligations and interest on the public debt.
Exemption from taxation.
Relief for lost, stolen, destroyed, mutilated, or defaced obligations.
Losses and relief from liability related to redeeming savings bonds and notes.
Credit to officers, employees, and agents for stolen Treasury notes.
Proof of death to support payment.
Appropriation to pay expenses.
Annual public debt report.