33 U.S. Code CHAPTER 15— FLOOD CONTROL

  1. § 701. Flood control generally
  2. § 701–1. Declaration of policy of 1944 act
  3. § 701a. Declaration of policy of 1936 act
  4. § 701a–1. “Flood control” defined; jurisdiction of Federal investigations
  5. § 701b. Supervision of Secretary of the Army; reclamation projects unaffected
  6. § 701b–1. Transfer of jurisdiction in certain cases to Department of Agriculture
  7. § 701b–2. Cooperation by Secretaries of the Army and Agriculture; expenditures
  8. § 701b–3. Examinations and surveys; availability of appropriations
  9. § 701b–4. Administration of surveys; number authorized; reports
  10. § 701b–5. Omitted
  11. § 701b–6. Examinations and surveys by Secretary of Agriculture
  12. § 701b–7. Supplemental reports to Senate Environment and Public Works Committee and House Public Works Committee
  13. § 701b–8. Submission of report by Chief of Engineers
  14. § 701b–8a. Discontinuance of preliminary examination reports
  15. § 701b–9. Availability of appropriations for expenses incident to operation of power boats or vessels; expenses defined; certification of expenditures
  16. § 701b–10. Omitted
  17. § 701b–11. Flood protection projects
  18. § 701b–12. Floodplain management requirements
  19. § 701b–13. Repealed. Pub. L. 113–121, title I, § 1014(c)(3), June 10, 2014, 128 Stat. 1222
  20. § 701b–14. Structural integrity evaluations
  21. § 701b–15. Non-Federal plans to provide additional flood risk reduction
  22. § 701b–16. Management of flood risk reduction projects
  23. § 701c. Rights-of-way, easements, etc.; acquisition by local authorities; maintenance and operation; protection of United States from liability for damages; requisites to run-off and water-flow retardation and soil erosion prevention assistance
  24. § 701c–1. Acquirement of titles for certain projects and to lands, easements, rights-of-way; reimbursement of local agencies
  25. § 701c–2. Acquisition and sale of land
  26. § 701c–3. Lease receipts; payment of portion to States
  27. § 701d. Compacts between States; consent of Congress
  28. § 701e. Effect of act June 22, 1936, on provisions for Mississippi River and other projects
  29. § 701f. Authorization of appropriations
  30. § 701f–1. Additional authorization
  31. § 701f–2. Funds for specific and authorized projects merged with and accounted for under regular annual appropriation
  32. § 701f–3. Expenditure in watersheds of funds appropriated for flood prevention purposes
  33. § 701g. Removal of obstructions; clearing channels
  34. § 701h. Contributions by States, political subdivisions, and other non-Federal interests
  35. § 701h–1. Contributions by States and political subdivisions for immediate use on authorized flood-control work; repayment
  36. § 701h–2. No adverse effect on processes
  37. § 701i. Elimination from protection of areas subject to evacuation
  38. § 701j. Installation in dams of facilities for future development of hydroelectric power
  39. § 701k. Crediting reimbursements for lost, stolen, or damaged property
  40. §§ 701l, 701l–1. Repealed. Pub. L. 89–554, § 8(a), Sept. 6, 1966, 80 Stat. 650, 656
  41. § 701m. Insufficient Congressional authorization; preparations for and modification of project
  42. § 701n. Emergency response to natural disasters
  43. § 701n–1. Biennial report to Congress
  44. § 701n–2. Monthly report to Congress
  45. § 701o. Omitted
  46. § 701p. Railroad bridge alterations at Federal expense
  47. § 701q. Repair and protection of highways, railroads, and utilities damaged by operation of dams or reservoir
  48. § 701r. Protection of highways, bridge approaches, public works, and nonprofit public services
  49. § 701r–1. Utilization of public roads
  50. § 701s. Small flood control projects; appropriations; amount limitation for single locality; conditions
  51. § 701t. Emergency fund for flood damage; amount; commitments to be fulfilled by local interests
  52. § 701u. International engineering or scientific conferences; attendance
  53. § 702. Mississippi River
  54. § 702a. Adoption of 1927 project; execution; creation of board; scope of authority; appropriation
  55. § 702a–1. Modification of project of 1927; adoption
  56. § 702a–1a. Further modification of 1927 project; adoption; appropriation
  57. § 702a–1b. Further modification; adoption
  58. § 702a–2. Abandonment of Boeuf Floodway
  59. § 702a–3. Levees; raising and enlarging
  60. § 702a–4. Fuse-plug levees
  61. § 702a–5. Back levee north of Eudora Floodway
  62. § 702a–6. Drainage necessitated by floodway levees
  63. § 702a–7. Railroad and highway crossings over floodways
  64. § 702a–8. Additional roads; construction by United States
  65. § 702a–9. Lands, easements, and rights-of-way; acquisition by local authorities; reimbursement; protection of United States from liability for damages
  66. § 702a–10. Flowage rights and rights-of-way; reimbursement of local authorities; highway crossings; use of properties for national forests or wildlife refuges
  67. § 702a–11. Morganza Floodway; Eudora Floodway
  68. § 702a–12. Modified Lower Mississippi River project as of August 18, 1941
  69. § 702b. Local contribution toward cost of flood control work
  70. § 702c. Expenditures for construction work; conditions precedent; liability for damage from flood waters; condemnation proceedings; floodage rights
  71. § 702d. Flowage rights; condemnation proceedings; benefits to property
  72. § 702d–1. Bonnet Carre Spillway and Floodway; rights-of-way, etc., over lands
  73. § 702e. Maps for project; preparation
  74. § 702f. Expenditures for earlier projects
  75. § 702g. Appropriation for emergency fund
  76. § 702g–1. Additional appropriation for emergency fund
  77. § 702h. Prosecution of project by Mississippi River Commission; president of commission; salaries
  78. § 702h–1. Transferred
  79. § 702i. Certain sections applicable to property and rights acquired or constructed
  80. § 702j. Projects relating to tributary streams; report to Congress; appropriation
  81. § 702j–1. Saint Francis and Yazoo Rivers; lands and easements; alteration of highways; cooperation of States
  82. § 702j–2. White River Levee District; rights-of-way; drainage facilities; flowage rights; acquisition by local authorities; protection of United States from liability for damages
  83. § 702k. Surveys below Cape Girardeau, Missouri; resurvey of levee in Tennessee
  84. § 702k–1. Authorization of appropriation
  85. § 702k–2. Separability
  86. § 702l. Repeal of inconsistent laws
  87. § 702m. Interest of Members of Congress in contracts for acquisition of land
  88. § 702n. Levee rights-of-way; payment or reimbursement for
  89. § 702o. Mississippi River and Tributaries Project
  90. § 703. Sacramento River, California
  91. § 704. Modification of project
  92. § 705. Salmon River, Alaska; flood control work authorized
  93. § 706. Secretary of Commerce; current precipitation information; appropriation
  94. § 707. Sumner Dam and Lake Sumner; declaration of purpose; report to Congress; appropriation
  95. § 708. Sale of surplus waters for domestic and industrial uses; disposition of moneys
  96. § 709. Regulations for use of storage waters; application to Tennessee Valley Authority
  97. § 709a. Information on floods and flood damage
  98. § 709b. Flood hazard information
  99. § 709c. Emergency communication of risk