43 U.S. Code SUBCHAPTER I— GENERAL PROVISIONS

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  1. § 371. Definitions
  2. § 372. Water right as appurtenant to land and extent of right
  3. § 373. General authority of Secretary of the Interior
  4. § 373a. Commissioner of Reclamation; appointment
  5. § 373a–1. Repealed. Pub. L. 88–426, title III, § 305(35), Aug. 14, 1964, 78 Stat. 426
  6. § 373b. Law enforcement authority at Bureau of Reclamation facilities
  7. § 373c. Definitions
  8. § 373d. Grants and cooperative agreements with Indian tribes and organizations
  9. § 373e. Bureau of Reclamation site security
  10. § 373f. Partnerships, grants, and cooperative agreements with local joint powers authorities
  11. § 374. Sale of lands acquired in connection with irrigation project
  12. § 375. Sale of land improved at expense of reclamation fund
  13. § 375a. Sale under sections 374 and 375 of lands appraised at not exceeding $300
  14. § 375b. Disposal of tracts too small to be classed farm units
  15. § 375c. Sales of small tracts to resident farm owners and entrymen; price; terms; acreage purchasable
  16. § 375d. Issuance of patent for small tracts; reservations
  17. § 375e. Moneys from sale of small tracts covered into reclamation fund; credit
  18. § 375f. Rules and regulations
  19. § 376. Return of land donations not needed
  20. § 377. General expenses of Bureau of Reclamation chargeable to general reclamation fund
  21. § 377a. Limitation on use of funds where organizations or individuals are in arrears on contract charges
  22. § 377b. Availability of appropriations for Bureau of Reclamation
  23. § 378. Omitted
  24. § 379. Purchase of scientific books, law books, etc.
  25. § 380. Repealed. Dec. 16, 1930, ch. 14, § 1, 46 Stat. 1029
  26. §§ 380a, 380b. Omitted
  27. § 381. Repealed. Pub. L. 89–554, § 8(a), Sept. 6, 1966, 80 Stat. 639
  28. § 382. Repealed. Pub. L. 87–304, § 9(a)(3), Sept. 26, 1961, 75 Stat. 664
  29. § 383. Vested rights and State laws unaffected
  30. § 384. Extension of time for payment of charges accrued prior to March 2, 1924, and January 1, 1925
  31. § 385. Repealed. Pub. L. 89–554, § 8(a), Sept. 6, 1966, 80 Stat. 649
  32. § 385a. Payments to school districts for education of dependents of construction personnel; cooperative arrangements; chargeable to project
  33. § 385b. Repealed. Pub. L. 86–533, § 1(18), June 29, 1960, 74 Stat. 248
  34. § 385c. Omitted
  35. § 386. Application of excess-land provisions of reclamation laws to certain lands
  36. § 387. Removal of sand, gravel, etc.; leases, easements, etc.
  37. § 388. Contracts for materials; liability of United States
  38. § 389. Relocation of highways, railroads, transmission lines, etc., exchange of water, water rights or electric energy
  39. § 390. Utilization of dams and reservoir projects for irrigation purposes; additional construction; necessity of authorization; apportionment of cost; limitation
  40. § 390a. Repealed. Pub. L. 105–362, title IX, § 901(e)(2), Nov. 10, 1998, 112 Stat. 3289
  41. § 390b. Development of water supplies for domestic, municipal, industrial, and other purposes
  42. § 390b–1. Improving planning and administration of water supply storage
  43. § 390b–2. Leveraging Federal infrastructure for increased water supply
  44. § 390c. Water reservoirs; interests of States and local agencies in storage space
  45. § 390d. Dams and reservoirs wherein costs thereof, or rights thereto, have been acquired by local interests
  46. § 390e. Rights, acquisition and availability of; obligation for operation and maintenance; costs for reconstruction, rehabilitation, or replacement; use during Government operation or by contract
  47. § 390f. Revision of leases or agreements to evidence conversion of rights to use of storage rights
  48. § 390g. Groundwater recharge of aquifers; demonstration program
  49. § 390g–1. Phase I of groundwater recharge demonstration program
  50. § 390g–2. Phase II of groundwater recharge demonstration program
  51. § 390g–3. Evaluation of water quality impacts
  52. § 390g–4. Authorization of appropriations to carry out phase I
  53. § 390g–5. Authorization of appropriations to carry out phase II
  54. § 390g–6. Matching basis for funding phase II from non-Federal sources
  55. § 390g–7. New spending authority
  56. § 390g–8. Interstate transfer of water from Arkansas
  57. § 390h. Program to investigate reclamation and reuse of wastewater and groundwater; general authority
  58. § 390h–1. Appraisal investigations
  59. § 390h–2. Feasibility studies
  60. § 390h–3. Research and demonstration projects
  61. § 390h–4. Southern California comprehensive water reclamation and reuse study
  62. § 390h–5. San Jose area water reclamation and reuse program
  63. § 390h–6. Phoenix metropolitan water reclamation study and program
  64. § 390h–7. Tucson area water reclamation study
  65. § 390h–8. Lake Cheraw water reclamation and reuse study
  66. § 390h–9. San Francisco area water reclamation study
  67. § 390h–10. San Diego area water reclamation program
  68. § 390h–11. Los Angeles area water reclamation and reuse project
  69. § 390h–12. San Gabriel basin demonstration project
  70. § 390h–12a. North San Diego County Area Water Recycling Project
  71. § 390h–12b. Calleguas Municipal Water District Recycling Project
  72. § 390h–12c. Central Valley Water Recycling Project
  73. § 390h–12d. St. George Area Water Recycling Project
  74. § 390h–12e. Watsonville Area Water Recycling Project
  75. § 390h–12f. Southern Nevada Water Recycling Project
  76. § 390h–12g. Albuquerque Metropolitan Area Water Reclamation and Reuse Project
  77. § 390h–12h. El Paso Water Reclamation and Reuse Project
  78. § 390h–12i. Reclaimed water in Pasadena
  79. § 390h–12j. Orange County Regional Water Reclamation Project
  80. § 390h–12k. City of West Jordan Water Reuse Project
  81. § 390h–12l. Hi-Desert Water District in Yucca Valley, California wastewater collection and reuse facility
  82. § 390h–12m. Mission Basin Brackish Groundwater Desalting Demonstration Project
  83. § 390h–12n. Treatment of effluent from sanitation districts of Los Angeles County through city of Long Beach
  84. § 390h–12o. San Joaquin Area Water Recycling and Reuse Project
  85. § 390h–12p. Tooele Wastewater Treatment and Reuse Project
  86. § 390h–13. Authorization of appropriations
  87. § 390h–14. Groundwater study
  88. § 390h–15. Authorization of appropriations
  89. § 390h–16. Willow Lake Natural Treatment System Project
  90. § 390h–17. Lakehaven, Washington, Water Reclamation and Reuse Project
  91. § 390h–17a. Transferred
  92. § 390h–18. Irvine basin groundwater and surface water improvement projects
  93. § 390h–19. Williamson County, Texas, water recycling and reuse project
  94. § 390h–20. Hawaii reclamation projects
  95. § 390h–21. Inland Empire regional water recycling project
  96. § 390h–22. Omitted
  97. § 390h–23. Southern California desert region integrated water and economic sustainability plan
  98. § 390h–24. Omitted
  99. § 390h–25. Mountain View, Moffett Area reclaimed water pipeline project
  100. § 390h–26. Pittsburg recycled water project
  101. § 390h–27. Antioch recycled water project
  102. § 390h–28. North Coast County Water District recycled water project
  103. § 390h–29. Redwood City recycled water project
  104. § 390h–30. South Santa Clara County recycled water project
  105. § 390h–31. South Bay advanced recycled water treatment facility
  106. § 390h–32. Rancho California Water District project, California
  107. § 390h–33. Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District projects, California
  108. § 390h–34. North Bay Water Reuse Program
  109. §§ 390h–35 to 390h–37. Omitted
  110. § 390h–38. Yucaipa Valley regional water supply renewal project
  111. § 390h–39. City of Corona Water Utility, California, water recycling and reuse project