U.S. Code: Title 49 - TRANSPORTATION

This title was enacted by Pub. L. 95–473, § 1, Oct. 17, 1978, 92 Stat. 1337; Pub. L. 97–449, § 1, Jan. 12, 1983, 96 Stat. 2413; Pub. L. 103–272, July 5, 1994, 108 Stat. 745

Current through 114-219

Amendments

2015—Pub. L. 114–94, div. A, title VIII, § 8001(b), Dec. 4, 2015, 129 Stat. 1612, substituted “Multimodal Freight Transportation …70101” for “[TRANSFERRED]” in item for subtitle IX.

2010—Pub. L. 111–314, § 4(d)(1)(A), Dec. 18, 2010, 124 Stat. 3440, substituted “[TRANSFERRED]” for “COMMERCIAL SPACE TRANSPORTATION …70101” in item for subtitle IX.

1995—Pub. L. 104–88, title I, § 102(b), Dec. 29, 1995, 109 Stat. 852, as amended by Pub. L. 104–287, § 6(f)(1), Oct. 11, 1996, 110 Stat. 3399, substituted “TRANSPORTATION” for “COMMERCE” in item for subtitle IV.

1994—Pub. L. 103–272, § 1(b), July 5, 1994, 108 Stat. 745, amended subtitle analysis generally, substituting “OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES …1101” for “TRANSPORTATION PROGRAMS …3101” in item for subtitle II, “GENERAL AND INTERMODAL PROGRAMS …5101” for “[RESERVED—AIR TRANSPORTATION]” in item for subtitle III, and “RAIL PROGRAMS …20101” for “[RESERVED—MISCELLANEOUS]” in item for subtitle V, and adding items for subtitles VI, VII, VIII, IX, and X.

1983—Pub. L. 97–449, § 1(b), Jan. 12, 1983, 96 Stat. 2413, amended subtitle analysis generally, substituting “DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION …101” for “[RESERVED—DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION]” in item for subtitle I and “TRANSPORTATION PROGRAMS …3101” for “[RESERVED—TRANSPORTATION PROGRAMS]” in item for subtitle II.

Table Showing Disposition of Former Sections of Title 49

Title 49

Former Sections

Title 49

New Sections

1(1), (2)

10501

1(3)

10102

1(4) (related to standards)

10701

1(4) (2d sentence last cl.)

10702

1(4) (1st sentence related to through routes and 2d sentence less last cl.)

10703

1(4) (1st sentence 14th–23d words)

11101

1(5)(a)

10701

1(5)(b) (7th and 8th sentences)

10709

1(5)(b) (less 7th and 8th sentences)

10701

1(5)(c)(i)

10709

1(5)(c)(ii)

10102

1(5)(d)

Rep.

1(5½)

10749

1(6) (last sentence)

10750

1(6) (less last sentence)

10702 (See also 10701(a))

1(7) (1st sentence, 32 words before 8th semicolon-9th semicolon)

10721

1(7) (1st sentence words before 2d semicolon, words between 5th semicolon and 21st word after 7th semicolon, 1st–18th words after 9th semicolon, 1st proviso (words before semicolon), 2d, and 3d provisos)

10722

1(7) (1st sentence 1st–4th and 13th–20th words after 2d semicolon and words between 3d and 5th semicolons)

10723

1(7) (1st sentence 5th–12th and 21st–29th words after 2d semicolon and last 11 words before 1st proviso)

10723

1(7) (1st sentence 1st proviso, words between semicolon and colon)

10724

1(7) (less 1st sentence)

11905

1(8)

10746

1(9)

11104

1(10)

10102

1(11)

11121

1(12) (3d sentence)

11902

1(12) (less 3d sentence)

11126

1(13)

11121

1(14)(a)

11122

1(14)(b)

11121

1(14)(c)

11105

1(15) (related to car service less last sentence)

11123

1(15) (last sentence)

11128

1(15) (related to service less last sentence)

11127

1(16) (related to traffic less (b))

11124

1(16) (related to service less (b))

11127

1(16)(b)

11125

1(17)(a) (1st sentence)

11121

1(17)(a) (last sentence less proviso)

11901

1(17)(a) (last sentence proviso)

10501

1(17)(b)

11907

1(18)(a), (b)

10901

1(18)(c)

10902

1(18)(d)

10907

1(18)(e) (related to action by the Attorney General)

11703

1(18)(e) (related to Commission action)

11702

1(18)(e)

11901

1(18)(e) (related to State enforcement)

11505

1(19)–(22)

Rep.

1 note

10711

1a(1) (1st sentence)

10903

1a(1) (less 1st and last sentences)

10904

1a(1) (last sentence)

10907

1a(2), (3)

10904

1a(4)

10903

1a(5)

10904

1a(6), (7)

10905

1a(8)

Rep.

1a(9) (related to Commission action)

11702

1a(9) (related to action by the Attorney General)

11703

1a(9) (last sentence)

11901

1a(9) (related to State enforcement)

11505

1a(10)

10906

1a(11)

10905

2

10741

3(1)

10741

3(1a)

Rep.

3(2) (1st sentence)

10743

3(2) (less 1st sentence)

10744

3(3)

10744

3(4) (1st sentence 2d cl., 2d sentence related to standards)

10701

3(4) (less 1st sentence 2d cl., and 2d sentence related to facilities)

10742

3(5)

11103

4

10726

5(1) (words between semicolon and 1st colon)

11914

5(1) (less words between semicolon and 1st colon)

11342

5(2)(a)

11343

5(2)(b)–(e)

11344

5(2)(f)

11347

5(2)(g), (h)

11345

5(3)(a)–(e)

11346

5(3)(f) (last sentence)

11346

5(3)(f) (less last sentence)

11350

5(3)(g)

11346

5(4)

11348

5(5)–(7)

11343

5(8) (last sentence)

11912

5(8) (less last sentence)

11701

5(9)

11702

5(10)

11351

5(11)

11343

5(12)

11341

5(13)

Rep.

5(14)

11343

5(15) (words after semicolon)

11914

5(15) (less words after semicolon)

11321

5(16), (17)

11321

5a

Rep.

5b, 5c

10706

6(1)

10762

6(2)

10765

6(3), (4)

10762

6(5)

10764

6(6)

10762

6(7)

10761

6(8)

11128

6(9)

10762

6(10)

11901

6(11)

10503

6(12)

10765

7

10745

8, 9

11705

10(1)

11914

10(2)–(4)

11904

11

10301

12(1)(a) (less 2d sentence words after semicolon and last sentence words after 1st semicolon and before last semicolon)

10321

12(1)(a) (words after semicolon in 2d sentence)

10311

12(1)(a) (last sentence less words before 1st semicolon and after last semicolon)

11703

12(1)(b)

10505

12(2)–(7)

10321

13(1)

11701

13(2) (last sentence)

11502

13(2) (less last sentence)

11701

13(3)

11502

13(4), (5)

11501

13(6)

10326

13a(1)

10908

13a(2)

10909

14(1), (2)

10310

14(3) (last sentence)

10311

14(3) (less last sentence)

10310

15(1)

10704

15(2)

10324

15(3), (4)

10705

15(5)

10748

15(6)

10705

15(7)

10708

15(8)

10707

15(9)

10709

15(10)

10763

15(11)

11710

15(12)

10763

15(13), (14)

11910

15(15)

10747

15(16)

10321

15(17)

10727

15(18)

10728

15(19)

10729

15a(1)–(5)

10704

15a(6), 15b

Rep.

16(1), (2)

11705

16(3)(c), (g)

11705

16(3)(h)

Rep.

16(3) (less (c), (g), and (h))

11706

16(4)

11705

16(5)

10329

16(6)

10324

16(7)

11914

16(8)–(10)

11901

16(11)

10301

16(12) (related to Commission action)

11702

16(12) (related to action by the Attorney General)

11703

16(12) (related to action by private person)

11705

16(12) (enforcement of money award)

11705

16(13)

10303

16a

Rep.

17(1)

10302

17(2) (1st sentence 80th–98th words and 2d sentence)

10304

17(2) (less 80th–90th words in 1st sentence, less 2d sentence)

10305

17(3) (less 2d sentence and last 42 words of 3d sentence)

10306

17(3) (2d sentence)

10301

17(3) (last 42 words of 3d sentence)

10321

17(4) (1st and 3d sentences)

10305

17(4) (2d sentence)

10303

17(5)

10322

17(6), (7)

10323

17(8)

10324

17(9)(j)

10310

17(9) (less (j))

10327

17(10)

10325

17(11)

10305, 10306

17(12)

10328

17(13)

10308

17(14)(a)

11701

17(14)(b)

Rep.

17(15)

10309

17 note

10306

18(1) (1st and 3d sentences)

10301

18(1) (2d sentence)

10303

18(1) (4th sentence)

10307

18(1) (last sentence)

10321

18(2)

10301

19

10307

19a(a) (1st and last sentences)

10781

19a(a) (2d and 3d sentences)

10301

19a(b)

10782

19a(c)

10781

19a(d)

Rep.

19a(e)

10783

19a(f), (g)

10784

19a(h)–(j)

10785

19a(k) (1st sentence)

10786

19a(k) (less 1st sentence)

11901

19a(l)

11703

20(1), (2)

11145

20(3) (less (e))

11142

20(3)(e)

Rep.

20(4)

11143

20(5)

11144

20(6) (2d sentence, 1st cl.)

11144

20(6) (2d sentence, 2d cl.)

11145

20(6) (less 2d sentence)

11144

20(7)(a)

11901

20(7)(b) (proviso)

11144

20(7)(b) (less proviso)

11909

20(7)(c)–(e)

11901

20(7)(f)

11910

20(8)

11141

20(9)

11703

20(10)

10301

20(11) (2d sentence, 1st proviso)

10103

20(11) (less 1st sentence 2d proviso related to released value, 2d sentence less words before 2d proviso)

11707

20(11) (1st sentence 2d proviso related to released value), 2d sentence (less 1st–5th provisos)

10730

20(12)

11707

20a(1)–(10)

11301

20a(11) (2d and 3d sentences)

11709

20a(11) (less 2d, 3d, and 4th sentences)

11301

20a(11) (last sentence)

11911

20a(12) (last sentence)

11911

20a(12) (less last sentence)

11322

20b(1)

11361

20b(2) (1st–3d sentences, 4th sentence less words between 8th comma and period, 9th sentence)

11362

20b(2) (4th sentence, words between 8th comma and period, 8th comma and period, 8th sentence)

11363

20b(2) (5th and 7th sentences)

11364

20b(2) (less 1st–9th sentences)

11365

20b(3) (1st and last sentences)

11362

20b(3) (less 1st and last sentences)

11363

20b(4)

11365

20b(5)

11361

20b(6)

11366

20b(7)

Rep.

20b(8)

11362

20b(9)

11367

20b(10)

10321

20b(11)

11367

20b(12)

Rep.

20b(13)

11361

20c

11303

21

10311

22(1) (1st sentence 1st 26th and 62d–76th words)

10721

22(1) (1st sentence 77th–86th words and 2d proviso, 2d–4th sentences)

10722

22(1) (1st sentence words between 2d and 4th semicolons)

10722

22(1) (1st sentence words between 4th and 5th semicolons)

10722

22(1) (1st sentence 27th–61st words and words between 1st and 2d semicolons)

10723

22(1) (1st sentence words between 6th semicolon and 1st proviso)

10723

22(1) (last 2 sentences)

10724

22(1) (1st sentence words between 5th and 6th semicolons)

10103

22(1) (1st proviso 1st sentence)

Rep.

22(2) (less 1st sentence proviso)

10721

22(2) (1st sentence proviso)

Rep.

23

11703

25

Rep.

26(a)

20102

26(b)

20502

26(c)

20503

26(d)

20504

26(e)

20502

26(f) (words before last semicolon)

20505

26(f) (words after last semicolon)

20902

26(g)

501

26(h) (1st sentence words before last comma)

21302

26(h) (1st sentence words after last comma)

21304

26(h) (2d, 3d sentences, 4th sentence words before last comma)

21302

26(h) (4th sentence words after last comma, 5th sentence)

21304

26(h) (last sentence)

21302

26a

11504

26b

10381–10388

26c

11503

27

Rep.

41(1) (1st sentence)

11915

41(1) (less 1st sentence)

11903

41(2) (related to corporate violations)

11903

41(2) (related to corporate violations)

11915

41(2) (last sentence)

11916

41(3)

11902

42

Rep.

43

11703

44, 45

T. 15 §§ 28, 29

46

11913

47, 48

Rep.

49

Elim.

50 (related to notice)

10329

50 (related to process)

10330

51 (related to ownership)

11321

51 (related to 49:6(11))

10503

52

10783

53

Elim.

54–59

Rep.

60

11507

61–64

Rep.

65, 65a

10721

66

T. 31 § 3726

67

Elim.

71–79

Rep.

80

T. 40 § 316 (See Rev. T. 40 Table)

81

80102

82, 83

80103

84, 85

80112

86, 87

80103

88, 89

80110

90–92

80111

93

80108

94

80114

95

80107

96–99

80110

100–102

80113

103

80115

104

Rep.

105

80109

106

80111

107, 108

80104

109 (1st sentence)

80106

109 (last sentence)

80103

110

80104

111

80105

112, 113

80106

114–116

80107

117, 118

80104

119, 120

80105

121

80116

122

80101

123, 124

Rep.

141

Rep.

142

303a

143

Rep.

151–157

Rep.

171–173a, 174–184

Rep.

201

Rep.

211–213

T. 43 §§ 1441–1443

214

Rep.

231

Rep.

241–246

T. 50 §§ 151–154, 156, 157

250–268

Rep.

301

Rep.

302(a), (b)(1)

10521

302(b) (less (1))

11506

302(c)

10523

303(a)(1)

10102

303(a)(2)

10342

303(a)(3)

Rep.

303(a)(4)

10341

303(a)(5)–(7)

Rep.

303(a)(8), (9)

10102

303(a)(10) (proviso)

10522

303(a)(10) (less proviso)

10521

303(a)(11)

10521, 10927

303(a)(12), (13)

10102

303(a)(14) (words before 2d comma)

10102

303(a)(14) (words after 2d comma)

10502

303(a)(15)–(19)

10102

303(a)(20), (21)

Rep.

303(a)(22), (23)

31501

303(b)

10526

303(c) (words between 6th and 7th commas)

10521

303(c) (words before “nor”, less words between 6th and 7th commas)

10921

303(c) (less words before “nor”)

10524

304(a) (matter preceding (1))

10321

304(a)(1) (related to service)

11101

304(a)(1) (related to accounts)

11142

304(a)(1)–(2) (related to qualifications, hours of service, and safety)

31502

304(a)(2) (less “qualifications” through period)

11142

304(a)(3) (1st sentence)

31502

304(a)(3) (last sentence) (related to “Secs. 304(c), 305, 320, 321, 322(a), (b), (d), (f), (g)”)

502–507, 522, 523, 525, 526

304(a)(3) (last sentence) (related to “Sec. 305(d) (related to liability)”)

525

304(a)(3) (last sentence) (related to “Sec. 324”)

31504

304(a)(3a) (last sentence) (related to “Secs. 304(c), 305, 320, 321, 322(a), (b), (d), (f), (g)”)

502–507, 522, 523, 525, 526

304(a)(3a) (1st sentence)

31502

304(a)(3a) (last sentence) (related to “Sec. 305(d) (related to liability)”)

525

304(a)(3a) (last sentence) (related to “Sec. 324”)

31504

304(a)(4)

11142

304(a)(4a)

10525

304(a)(5)

31503

304(a)(6)

10321

304(a)(7) (words after semicolon)

10311

304(a)(7) (less words after semicolon)

10321

304(b)

11102

304(c)

11701

304(d) (related to administration matters)

10303

304(d) (related to reports)

10310

304(d)

10311

304(e)

11107

304(f)

11101

304a(1)–(4)

11706

304a(5), (6)

11705

304a(7)

Rep.

304a(8)

11706

305(a) (1st and 2d sentences)

10341

305(a) (3d sentence less proviso)

10342

305(a) (3d sentence proviso)

10344

305(a) (less 1st–3d sentences)

10343

305(b) (2d sentence, 1st 12 words)

10344

305(b) (1st, 3d, 5th, and 12th sentences)

10342

305(b) (2d sentence 13th–37th words)

10341

305(b) (4th and 6th sentences)

10342

305(b) (7th–9th sentences)

10343

305(b) (10th sentence)

10342

305(b) (11th sentence)

10344

305(b) (less 1st–12th sentences)

10342

305(c) (related to the Commission)

10307

305(c) (related to joint boards)

10344

305(d) (related to Commission and employee board subpena power)

10321

305(d) (related to joint boards)

10344

305(d) (related to liability)

11913

305(e)

10328

305(f) (4th sentence)

10344

305(f) (less 4th sentence)

11502

305(g) (proviso)

Rep.

305(g) (less proviso)

11705, 11706

305(h)

10301–10306, 10308, 10309, 10321–10325, 10328

305(i) (related to members of Commission)

10301

305(i) (related to joint board)

10344

305(i) (related to examiner)

10306

305(j)

10301

305a

10344 note

306(a)(1) (word before proviso)

10921

306(a)(1) (words after colon)

Rep.

306(a)(2)

10932

306(a)(3)–(5)

Rep.

306(a)(6)

10931

306(a)(7)

10932

306(b), 307

10922

308(a), (b)

10922

308(c), (d)

10932

309(a)(1) (words before 1st proviso)

10921

309(a)(1) (words between 1st and last colons)

Rep.

309(a)(1) (last proviso)

10526

309(a)(2)

10932

309(a)(3)–(5)

Rep.

309(b) (last proviso)

10932

309(b) (less last proviso)

10923

310

10930

310a(a)

10928

310a(b)

11349

310a(c)

10928

310a(c)

11349

311(a) (words before 1st proviso)

10921

311(a) (words after 1st colon)

10924

311(b), (c) (words before 2d comma)

10924

311(c) (words after 2d comma)

10927

311(d)

11144

312(a)

10925

312(b)

10926

312(c)

Rep.

313

11304

314 (related to securities)

11302

314 (related to penalties)

11911

315

10927

316 (related to standards)

10701

316(a) (1st–24th, 45th–59th words)

10703

316(a) (60th–143d words)

10702

316(a) (25th–44th words)

11101

316(b) (related to standards)

10701

316(b) (16th–33d words)

11101

316(b) (less 16th–33d words)

10702

316(c) (less 2d sentence)

10703

316(c) (2d sentence)

10702

316(d) (1st sentence)

10701

316(d) (less 1st sentence)

10741

316(e) (2d sentence 2d cl.)

10705

316(e) (2d sentence less 2d cl. and less proviso)

10704

316(e) (proviso)

10521

316(e) (less 2d sentence)

11701

316(f)

10705

316(g) (less proviso)

10708

316(g) (proviso)

Rep.

316(h)

10701

316(i)

10704

316(j)

10103

317(a)

10762

317(b) (proviso)

10103, 10721–10724

317(b) (less proviso)

10761

317(c)

10762

317(d)

10761

318(a) (1st sentence related to standards)

10701

318(a) (1st and 4th sentences, and 7th sentence proviso related to relief)

10702

318(a) (2d, 5th, and 6th sentences, and 7th sentence proviso related to general requirements)

10762

318(a) (3d sentence, 7th sentence less proviso, and 7th sentence proviso related to relief)

10761

318(b)

10704

318(c) (proviso)

Rep.

318(c) (less proviso)

10708

319

10730, 11707

320(a) (1st and 2d sentences)

11145

320(a) (less 1st and 2d sentences)

10764

320(b)

11145

320(c)

11143

320(d)

11144

320(e)

11141

320(f)

504

320(g)

11144

321(a)

10329

321(b)

10324

321(c)

10330

321(d) (related to orders)

10324

321(d) (related to notice)

10329

321(d) (related to process)

10330

322(a)

11914

322(b)(1)

11702

322(b) (less (1))

11708

322(c) (related to rate violations)

11904

322(c) (related to evasion of regulation)

11906

322(d)–(f)

11910

322(g)

11909

322(h)

11901

323 (1st sentence)

10743

323 (less 1st sentence)

10744

324

11106

324a

10747

325

31503

325a

11504

326, 327

Rep.

401–403

Rep.

421–422a

Rep.

422b

Elim.

423–427

Rep.

451–460

Rep.

461

Elim.

481–496

Rep.

521–524

Rep.

551–560

Rep.

581, 582

Rep.

601–603

Rep.

621–623

Rep.

641–649

Rep.

671–685

Rep.

701–705

Rep.

711–722

Rep.

751–758

Rep.

781

80302

782

80303

783 (1st sentence)

80304

783 (last sentence)

80303

784 (proviso)

80304

784 (less proviso)

80306

785

80305

786

80306

787(a)–(c)

80301

787(d)–(g)

80302

788, 789

80304

901

Rep.

902(a)

10102

902(b)

Rep.

902(c), (d) (less exception)

10102

902(d) (words after 1st comma)

10502

902(e) (1st and 2d sentences)

10102

902(e) (3d–5th sentences)

10544

902(f)–(h)

10102

902(i)

10541

902(j)–(m)

10102

903(a)

10541

903(b)–(d)

10542

903(e)(1)

10544

903(e)(2) (last sentence)

Rep.

903(e)(2) (less last sentence)

10544

903(e)(3)

10544

903(f)

10543

903(g), (h)

10544

903(i)

10721

903(j), (k)

10541

903(l)

10929

904(a)

10321

904(b) (words after last semicolon)

10311

904(b) (less words after last semicolon)

10321

904(c)

11102

904(d)

11108

904(e)

11701

905(a) (1st sentence related to standards and 2d sentence)

10701

905(a) (1st sentence 1st cl.)

11101

905(a) (less 1st sentence 1st cl. and last sentence)

10702

905(b) (4th sentence)

10701, 10702

905(b) (less 4th sentence)

10703

905(c)

10741

905(d) (1st sentence 2d cl., 2d sentence related to facilities)

10701

905(d) (less 1st sentence 2d cl., 2d sentence related to standards)

10742

906(a), (b)

10762

906(c) (proviso)

10103, 10721–10724

906(c) (less proviso)

10761

906(d) (1st sentence)

10761

906(d) (less 1st sentence)

10762

906(e) (1st sentence related to standards)

10701

906(e) (1st sentence and 7th sentence proviso related to relief)

10702

906(e) (2d, 4th, 5th, and 6th sentences, and 7th sentence provision, related to general requirements)

10762

906(e) (3d sentence, and 7th sentence less proviso, and 7th sentence proviso related to relief)

10761

907(a)

11701

907(b)

10704

907(c)

10701

907(d), (e)

10705

907(f)

10704

907(g) (proviso)

Rep.

907(g) (less proviso)

10708

907(h)

10704

907(i) (proviso)

Rep.

907(i) (less proviso)

10708

908(a)–(e), (f)(4)

11705

908(f) (less (4))

11706

908(g)

11705

909(a) (words before 1st proviso)

10921

909(a) (words after 1st colon)

Rep.

909(b)–(e)

10922

909(f) (words before 1st proviso)

10921

909(f) (words after 1st colon)

Rep.

909(g)

10923

910

10930

911(a)

10928

911(b)

11349

912

10926

912a

10925

913(a)

11145

913(b)

10764

913(c)

11142

913(d)

11143

913(e)–(g)

11144

913 (less (a)–(g))

11141

914

10747

915(a)

10329

915(b)

11701

915(c), (d)

10324

915(e)

11914

916(a)

10301–10306, 10308, 10309, 10321–10325, 10328, 11703, 11913

916(b) (related to Commission action)

11702

916(b) (related to action by the Attorney General)

11703

916(b) (related to action by private person)

11705

916(c)

10310

916(d)

10303

917(a)

11914

917(b), (c)

11904

917(d)

11909

917(e)

11910

917(f) (1st and 2d sentences)

11910

917 (less (a)–(e) and (f) (1st and 2d sentences))

11910

918 (1st sentence)

10743

918 (less 1st sentence)

10744

919

10301

920–922

Rep.

922a

11303

922b

11504

923

Rep.

1001

Rep.

1002(a)(2)

Rep.

1002(a)(1), (3), (4), (5), (8)

10102

1002(a)(6), (7)

10561

1002(b), (c)

10562

1003(a)

10321

1003(b)

11101

1003(c), (d)

10927

1003(e) (words after last semicolon)

10311

1003(e) (less words after last semicolon)

10321

1003(f)

11701

1004(a) (1st cl.)

11101

1004(a) (related to standards)

10701

1004(a) (related to carrier authority)

10702

1004(b), (c)

10741

1004(d)

10766

1005(a), (b)

10762

1005(c) (proviso)

10103, 10721–10724

1005(c) (less proviso)

10761

1005(d)

10762

1005(e)

10761

1006(a)

11701

1006(b)

10704

1006(c)

10701

1006(d)

10704

1006(e) (proviso)

Rep.

1006(e) (less proviso)

10708

1006(f) (2d and 3d sentences)

10502

1006(f) (less 2d last sentences)

11502

1006(f) (4th and last sentences)

11501

1006a(5), (6)

11705

1006a (less (5), (6), (7))

11706

1006a(7)

Rep.

1007, 1008

10725

1009

10766

1010(a)(1) (words before semicolon)

10921

1010(a) (less words before semicolon in par. (1))

Rep.

1010(b)

10923

1010(c) (less 2d sentence, words before semicolon)

10923

1010(c) (2d sentence, words before semicolon)

10930

1010(d), (e)

10923

1010(f)

10925

1010(g)

10926

1010(h)

10930

1010(i) (1st sentence)

10933

1010(i) (less 1st sentence and 2d sentence words before semicolon)

11908

1010(i) (related to Commission action)

11702

1010(i) (related to enforcement by the United States)

11703

1010(i) (related to private enforcement)

11704

1010(i) (related to State enforcement)

11505

1011(a)

11323

1011(b) (last proviso)

Rep.

1011(b) (less last proviso)

10930

1011(c)

11323

1011(d)

11701

1011(e)

11702

1011(f)

11701

1011(g)

11323

1012(a) (1st and 2d sentences)

11145

1012(a) (3d sentence)

11142

1012(a) (last sentence)

10764

1012(b)

11145

1012(c)–(e)

11144

1012(f)

11141

1013 (1st sentence related to released value)

10730

1013

11707

1014

10743

1015

10747

1016(a)

10329

1016(b), (c)

10324

1016(d)

11914

1017(a)

10301–10306, 10308, 10309, 10311, 10321–10325, 10328, 11703, 11705, 11913

1017(b)(1) (related to Commission action)

11702

1017(b)(1) (related to action by the Attorney General)

11703

1017(b)(1) (related to action by private person)

11705

1017(b) (less (1))

11708

1017(c)

10310

1017(d)

10303

1018

10749

1019

Rep.

1020 (related to service)

11127

1020 (related to penalties)

11901

1021(a)

11914

1021(b), (c)

11904

1021(d)

11909

1021(e), (f)

11910

1021 (less (a)–(f))

11703

1022

Rep.

1101–1103

Rep.

1103a

Elim.

1104–1120

Rep.

1151

47301

1152

47302

1153

47303

1154

47302

1155–1157(b)

47304

1157(c)

Rep.

1158

47304

1159(a) (1st sentence)

47305

1159(a) (last sentence)

47306

1159(b)–(d)

47305

1159a, 1159b

41310

1160

47305

1181–1185

Rep.

1201–1203

80504

1211–1215

Rep.

1231–1240

Rep.

1301(1)

Rep.

1301(2), (3) (less proviso)

40102

1301(3) (proviso)

40109

1301(4)–(12)

40102

1301(13)

Rep.

1301(14) (related to certificate)

41101

1301(14) (less certificate)–(37)

40102

1301(38)

46501

1301(39)–(41)

40102

1302, 1303

40101

1303 note

44111, 44713, 45302, 46301, 46306, 46315

1304

40103

1305(a), (b)(1)

41713

1305(b)(2)

40102

1305(c), (d) (related to (a), (b)(1))

41713

1305(d) (related to (b)(2))

40102

1305(d) (related to (c))

41713

1306–1308

Rep.

1321–1323

Rep.

1324(a)

40113

1324(b), (c)

41711

1324(d)

40114

1325

Rep.

1341(a), (b)

106

1341(c)

Rep.

1342

106

1343(a)(1), (2) (related to cooperative agreements)

324

1343(a)(2) (related to Deputy Administrator)

106

1343(b)

329

1343(c)

40107

1343(d)

323

1343(e)

Rep.

1343(f), (g) (1st sentence 33d–43d words)

323

1343(g) (less 1st sentence 33d–43d words)

325

1343(h)

Rep.

1343(i)

322

1344(a)–(d)

40110

1344(a)

322

1344(b)

331

1344(c)(1)

326

1344(d) (less words after semicolon)

322

1344(d) (words after semicolon)

(See former section 1348(b).)

1344(e)

322, 40111

1344(f)

40112

1344(g)

40110

1344(h)

47124

1345

40107

1346, 1346a

40104

1347

40101

1348(a)

40103

1348(b) (1st sentence cl. (3))

44721

1348(b) (1st sentence less cl. (3), 2d sentence)

44502

1348(b) (3d, last sentences)

44721

1348(c), (d)

40103

1348(e)

40109

1348(f)

40106

1348 notes

44506, 44514, 44719

1348a

44506

1349(a) (1st, 2d sentences)

44502

1349(a) (3d, last sentences)

40103

1349(b), 1350

44502

1351

44720

1352

329

1353(a)

44501

1353(b)

44504

1353(c)

44505

1353(d)

44501

1353(e)

44507

1353(f)

44508

1353(g)

44511

1353(h)

44512

1353(i)

44513

1353 notes

44506, 48102

1354(a)

40113

1354(b)

40114

1354(c) (related to this chapter)

46104

1354(c) (related to Airport and Airway Improvement Act of 1982)

47122

1354(c) (related to Federal Airport Act and Airport and Airway Development Act of 1970)

Rep.

1354(d)

40108

1354(e)

308(b), 40113

1354(f)

45302

1354 note

44515, 48110

1354a (1st sentence)

44510

1354a (2d sentence)

48106

1354a (3d, last sentences)

44510

1355 (less (a) (last sentence related to fees))

44702

1355(a) (last sentence related to fees)

45303

1356(a) (1st, 2d sentences)

44901

1356(a) (3d sentence 1st–18th words)

44938

1356(a) (3d sentence 19th–last words)

44901

1356(a) (last sentence), (b)

44938

1356(c)

44901

1356a

Rep.

1356b

44903

1357(a), (b)

44903

1357(c)

44935

1357(d)(1), (2)

40119

1357(d)(3)–(8)

44912

1357(d)(9)

48107

1357(e)(1)

40119, 44937

1357(e)(2), (3), (f), (g)

44903

1357(g)

44936

1357(h)–(j)

44935

1357(k)(1)–(3)

44906

1357(k)(4)

44938

1357 notes

44904, 44906, 44914, 44936, 44938

1358

44915

1358a

44932

1358b(a)

44933

1358b(b)

44934

1358b(c)

Rep.

1358c

44913

1358d

44905

1358d note

44910

1359

Rep.

1371(a)

41101

1371(b), (c)

41108

1371(d)(1)–(3)

41102

1371(d)(4)(A)(i), (ii) (related to joint services)

41101

1371(d)(4)(A)(ii) (related to joint rates, fares), (B)

41503

1371(d)(5)–(7)

Rep.

1371(d)(8) (1st sentence)

41102

1371(d)(8) (last sentence)

41110

1371(d)(9)

41108

1371(e)(1)–(4)

41109

1371(e)(5)–(7)(A)

Rep.

1371(e)(7)(B)

41109

1371(e)(7)(C)

Rep.

1371(f), (g)

41110

1371(h)

41105

1371(i)

41101

1371(j)

41312

1371(k)

42112

1371(l)

41903

1371(m)

41107

1371(n)(1)

Rep.

1371(n)(2)–(6)

41104

1371(o)

41106

1371(p)

41111

1371(q)

41112

1371(r)

41110

1371a (related to certificate)

41110

1371a (related to permit)

41304

1372(a)

41301

1372(b)

41302

1372(c), (d)

41305

1372(e) (related to duration of permits)

41304

1372(e) (related to terms, conditions, or limitations of permits)

41305

1372(f)

41304

1372(g)

41303

1372(h)

41306

1373(a)

41504

1373(b)(1) (1st sentence)

41510

1373(b)(1) (2d–last sentences)

41511

1373(b)(2)

41510

1373(c)(1), (2)

41504

1373(c)(3)

41509

1373(d)

41506

1374(a)(1)

41702

1374(a)(2)

41501

1374(b)

41310

1374(c)

41705

1374(d)(1)

41706

1374(d)(2)

46301

1374 note

41706

1375(a)

Rep.

1375(b)

41902

1375(c), (d)

41903

1375(e)(1)

41912

1375(e)(2)

41904

1375(f)(1) (1st sentence)

41905

1375(f)(1) (2d–last sentences), (2)

41908

1375(g)

41911

1375(h)

41906

1375(i)

Rep.

1375(j)

T. 39 § 5007

1376(a)–(e)

41901

1376(f)

41910

1376(g)

Rep.

1376(h)(1)

41907

1376(h)(2)

41909

1376(h)(3)

41907

1376a, 1376b

Rep.

1377(a)

41708

1377(b), (c)

Rep.

1377(d), (e) (1st–3d sentences)

41709

1377(e) (last sentence)

41708

1378, 1379

Rep.

1380, 1380 note

44909

1381(a)

41712

1381(b)

41707

1382(a), (b)

41309

1382(c)

42111

1383

40102

1384

41308

1385

41711

1386(a)

41701

1386(b)

40109

1387, 1388(a)(1)–(3)

Rep.

1388(a)(4)

41103

1388(b)(1)(A)

Rep.

1388(b)(1)(B), (2)

41103

1388(b)(3)

Rep.

1388(b)(4)

41110

1388(c), (d)

41103

1389(a)

41731

1389(b)(1)

41733

1389(b)(2)

41734

1389(b)(3), (4)

41733

1389(b)(5)–(8)

41734

1389(b)(9)

41733

1389(c)

41735

1389(d)

41736

1389(e)(1)

41738

1389(e)(2)–(g)

41737

1389(h)

41741

1389(i)

41739

1389(j)

41740

1389(k)(1)

41732

1389(k)(2)–(5)

41731

1389(l)

41737

1389(m)

41742

1401(a)

44101

1401(b)

44102

1401(c), (d)

44103

1401(e)(1)

44105

1401(e)(2)(A)–(C)

44106

1401(e)(2)(D), (E)

44103

1401(e)(2)(F)

44106

1401(f), (g)

44103

1401(h)

44111

1401 note

44111, 44703, 44713

1402

44104

1403(a), (b)

44107

1403(c), (d)

44108

1403(e), (f)

44107

1403(g)

44110

1403(h)

44704

1404

44112

1405 (1st sentence)

44104

1405 (2d sentence)

44103

1405 (last sentence)

46301

1406, 1406 note

44108

1421(a), (b) (1st sentence related to standards, rules, and regulations)

44701

1421(b) (1st sentence related to issuing certificates)

44702

1421(b) (2d sentence)

44702

1421(b) (last sentence), (c)

44701

1421(d)

44712

1421(e)

44714

1421(f)

44716

1421 notes

44716, 44717, 44722

1422(a) (1st–10th words)

44702

1422(a) (11th–last words), (b)(1), (2)(A), (B)

44703

1422(b)(2)(C)

44710

1422(c), (d)

44703

1423(a)(1) (related to issuing certificates)

44702

1423(a)(1) (related to regulations for appliances), (2)

44704

1423(b) (related to issuing certificates)

44702

1423(b) (related to basis for issuing, and contents of, certificates)

44704

1423(c) (related to issuing certificates)

44702

1423(c) (related to basis for issuing, and contents of, certificates)

44704

1424(a) (related to issuing certificates)

44702

1424(a) (related to standards)

44701

1424(b)

44705

1425

44713

1426 (1st sentence)

44708

1426 (last sentence)

44702

1427 (1st sentence)

44707

1427 (last sentence), 1428

44702

1429(a) (1st–7th sentences)

44709

1429(a) (8th–last sentences related to Administrator under subchapter VII)

1153

1429(a) (8th–last sentences less Administrator under subchapter VII), (b)

44709

1429(c)

44710

1430

44711

1431(a)–(d)

44715

1431(e)

44709

1432(a) (related to issuing certificates)

44702

1432(a) (related to standards)

44701

1432(b), (c)

44706

1432(d)

44914

1433(a), (b)

40103 note

1433(c)

Rep.

1434(a)

45102

1434(b)

45103

1434(c)

45105

1434(d)

45104

1434(e)

45106

1434(f)

45101

1441(a)(1), (2)

1132

1441(a)(3)

1116

1441(a)(4)

1131

1441(a)(5)

1116

1441(b)

1113

1441(c) (1st sentence)

1132

1441(c) (2d, last sentences), (d)

1134

1441(e)

1154

1441(f)

1131

1441(g), 1442

1132

1443

1112

1461(a)

41307

1461(b)

41509

1462

40105

1463

44720

1471(a)(1) (related to subchapter VII)

1155

1471(a)(1) (less subchapter VII), (2) (related to subchapter III, V, VI, or XII, § 1501, 1514, or 1515(e)(2)(B), and Postal Service)

46301

1471(a)(2) (related to 1471(c))

46302

1471(a)(2) (related to 1471(d))

46303

1471(a)(2) (related to subchapter VII)

1155

1471(a)(3) (less (D)(v) (related to Administrator under subchapter VII))

46301

1471(a)(3)(D)(v) (related to Administrator under subchapter VII)

1153

1471(b)

46304

1471(c)

46302

1471(d)

46303

1472(a)

46316

1472(b)

46306

1472(c)

46308

1472(d)

46309

1472(e)

46310

1472(f)

46311

1472(g)

46313

1472(h)(1)

40113

1472(h)(2)

46312

1472(h)(3)

40113

1472(i)

46502

1472(j)

46504

1472(k)

46506

1472(l)

46505

1472(m)

46507

1472(n)(1)

46502

1472(n)(2)

46501

1472(n)(3)

46502

1472(n)(4)

46501

1472(o)

T. 28 § 538

1472(p)

1155

1472(q)

46315

1472(r)

46314

1473(a)

Rep.

1473(b)(1)

1155, 46305

1473(b)(2), (3)

46304

1473(b)(4)

1155, 46305

1473(c)

46503

1474

T. 19 § 1644a

1475

Rep.

1481

46102

1482(a)–(c)

46101

1482(d), (e)

Rep.

1482(f)

41507

1482(g)

Rep.

1482(h)

41508

1482(i)

Rep.

1482(j)(1)–(7)

41509

1482(j)(8)

Rep.

1482(j)(9), (10)

41509

1482(k)

Rep.

1482a

41505

1483(a)

Rep.

1483(b)

41502

1483(c)–(e)

Rep.

1484

46104

1485(a)

46105

1485(b), (c)

46103

1485(d)–(f)

46105

1486 (related to CAB)

1153, 46110

1486 (related to Secretary)

46110

1487(a) (related to CAB)

1151, 46106

1487(a) (related to Attorney General)

46107

1487(a) (related to party in interest)

46108

1487(a) (related to Secretary)

46106

1487(b) (related to CAB)

1151, 46107

1487(b) (related to Secretary)

46107

1488 (related to CAB)

1151, 46107

1488 (related to Secretary)

46107

1489

1152, 46109

1490

41710

1501

44718

1502(a)

40105

1502(b)

40101

1502(c), (d)

40105

1503

40114

1504

40115

1505

40113

1506

40120

1507

44502

1508(a)

40103

1508(b)

41703

1509(a)

40120

1509(b)–(e)

T. 19 § 1644a

1509(f), 1509 note

44109

1510

40120

1511

44902

1512, 1513(a), (b)

40116

1513(c)

Rep.

1513(d)

40116

1513(e)

40117

1513(f)

40116

1514

40106

1515

44907

1515 note

44910

1515a

44908

1516

41704

1517, 1518

40118

1519

44721

1521, 1522

40103

1523

46307

1531

44301

1532(a)

44302

1532(b), (c)

44306

1533

44303

1534

44305

1535

44304

1536(a)–(d)

44307

1536(e)

Rep.

1536(f)

44307

1537(a) (1st sentence)

44308

1537(a) (last sentence words between 2d and 3d commas)

44302

1537(a) (last sentence less words between 2d and 3d commas)

44306

1537(b)–(d)

44308

1537(e)

Rep.

1537(f)

44308

1538, 1539

Rep.

1540

44309

1541

44302

1542

44310

1551(a)(1)(A)

41102

1551(a)(1)(B)

41102, 41110

1551(a)(1)(C)

41109

1551(a)(1)(D)

41312

1551(a)(1)(E) (related to 49:1371(n)(1))

Rep.

1551(a)(1)(E) (related to 49:1371(n)(4))

41104

1551(a)(1)(F), (G), (2), (3)

Rep.

1551(a)(4)(A) (related to 49:1371(l))

41903

1551(a)(4)(A) (related to 49:1371(m))

41107

1551(a)(4)(A) (related to 49:1375(b))

41902

1551(a)(4)(A) (related to 49:1375(c), (d))

41903

1551(a)(4)(B) (related to 49:1373(a))

41504

1551(a)(4)(B) (related to 49:1373(b))

41510, 41511

1551(a)(4)(B) (related to 49:1373(c)(1), (2))

41504

1551(a)(4)(B) (related to 49:1373(c)(3))

41509

1551(a)(4)(B) (related to 49:1373(d))

41506

1551(a)(4)(C) (related to 49:1374(a)(1))

41702

1551(a)(4)(C) (related to 49:1374(a)(2))

Rep.

1551(a)(4)(C) (related to 49:1374(b))

41310

1551(a)(5)(A)–(C), (D) (related to 49:1482(d), (e), (g))

Rep.

1551(a)(5)(D) (related to 49:1482(h))

41508

1551(a)(5)(D) (related to 49:1482(i))

Rep.

1551(a)(6) (related to 49:1382)

41309

1551(a)(6) (related to 49:1384)

41308

1551(a)(7)

Rep.

1551(a)(8)

41107, 41901–41903

1551(b)(1)(A)

Rep.

1551(b)(1)(B)

40105

1551(b)(1)(C) (related to 49:1378, 1379)

Rep.

1551(b)(1)(C) (related to 49:1382(a), (b))

41309

1551(b)(1)(C) (related to 49:1382(c))

42111

1551(b)(1)(C) (related to 49:1384)

41308

1551(b)(1)(D)

41901; T. 39 § 5402

1551(b)(1)(E)

10526, 10749, 40101–40103, 40105, 40106, 40109, 40113, 40114, 40118, 41102–41112, 41302–41307, 41312, 41502–41511, 41701, 41703, 41704, 41708–41713, 41901–41903, 41907, 41910, 44712, 46101–46107, 46109, 46110, 46301–46305, 46309, 46311, 46313, 46316, 47501; T. 18 § 6001; T. 39 § 5007

1551(b)(2)

Rep.

1551(b)(3)

41107, 41901–41903

1551(c)–(e)

Rep.

1552(a)(1) (1st sentence)

42102

1552(a)(1) (last sentence)

42101

1552(a)(2)–(c)

42102

1552(d)(1), (2) (1st–3d sentences)

42103

1552(d)(2)(4th sentence)

42102

1552(d)(2) (last sentence), (3)

42103

1552(e)

42102

1552(f)

42104

1552(g)

42105

1552(h)

42101

1552(i)

42101–42103

1552(j)

42106

1553(a)(1)–(5)

Rep.

1553(a)(6)

T. 42 § 6362

1553(a)(7)

T. 2 § 451

1553(a)(8)–(10), (b)

Rep.

1553(c)

41901

1554–1557

Rep.

1601–1601b

5301

1601c

308(e)

1602(a)(1), (2)(A), (B)

5309

1602(a)(2)(C)

5323

1602(a)(3)–(5)

5309

1602(a)(6)–(8)

5328

1602(b), (c)

5309

1602(d)–(g)

5323

1602(h)

5337

1602(i)–(l)

5309

1602(m) (1st sentence)

5338

1602(m) (2d–last sentences)

5318

1602(n), 1602 note

5309

1602–1

Rep.

1602a

5323

1603(a)

5309

1603(b)(1)

5335

1603(b)(2)

Rep.

1603(c) (1st sentence)

5312

1603(c) (last sentence)

5338

1603(d)

5309

1604, 1604a

Rep.

1604b

5310

1605(a)

5312

1605(b), (c)

Rep.

1605(d)

5312

1606(a)

5324

1606(b)

Rep.

1607(a) (1st sentence)

5301

1607(a) (2d–last sentences), (b)–(g)

5303

1607(h)

5304

1607(i), (j)

5305

1607(k)

5334

1607(l)

5305

1607(m)

5306

1607(n)

5303

1607(o)

5306

1607(p)

5303

1607(q)

5323

1607a(a)–(d)

5336

1607a(e)(1)

5307, 5336

1607a(e)(2)–(k)(1)

5307

1607a(k)(2)

5336

1607a(k)(3), (l)

Rep.

1607a(m)(1)

5307

1607a(m)(2)–(o)

5336

1607a(p)

5307

1607a(q)

5336

1607a(r)

5307

1607a(s), (t)

5336

1607a note

5307

1607a–1

Rep.

1607a–2(a), (b)

5308

1607a–2(c)

5338

1607b, 1607c(a)

5312

1607c(b)(1)–(8)(B)(ii)

5317

1607c(b)(8)(B)(iii)

5338

1607c(b)(8)(B)(iv)–(10)(B)

5317

1607c(b)(10)(C)

5338

1607c(b)(10)(D)–(12)

5317

1607c(b)(13)

5338

1607c(b)(14), (15)

5317

1607c(c)(1)–(5)

5316

1607c(c)(6)

5338

1607c(c)(7)

5316

1608(a)

5334

1608(b)

5325

1608(c)

5302

1608(d)

5324

1608(e)

5323

1608(f)

10531

1608(g), (h)(1)

5323

1608(h)(2)

5302

1608(i)

5334

1608(j)

5323

1608(k)

5334

1608(l)

5326

1608(m)

5323

1608 notes

5302, 5318

1608 note (related to authority and functions reserved to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development)

5334

1609

5333

1610(a) (1st sentence)

5301

1610(a) (last sentence)–(c)

5324

1611(a), (b)

5335

1611(c)

Rep.

1612(a)

5301

1612(b) (1st sentence)

5310

1612(b) (last sentence)

5338

1612(c)

5310

1612(d)

5338

1612(e), (f)

5310

1613

Rep.

1614(a) (1st, 2d sentences)

5311

1614(a) (last sentence)

5338

1614(b)–(f)

5311

1614(g) (related to 1612(b))

5310

1614(g) (related to this section)–(i)

5311

1615(a)[no (b)]

5332

1616

5322

1617

5338

1618

5329

1618a

5331

1619

5327

1620

5321

1621

5319

1622(a)

5313

1622(b)(1)–(8) (related to this subsection)

5314

1622(b)(8) (related to subsection (a)(1))

5313

1622(c)

5320

1623

5335

1624

5330

1625(a)–(c)

5315

1625(d)

5338

1631–1633

Elim.

1634

329

1635–1641

Elim.

1642, 1643

Rep.

1651(a), (b)(1)

101

1651(b)(2)

303

1652(a)–(d)

102

1652(e) (related to FAA)

106

1652(e)(1) (related to FHWA)

104

1652(e)(1) (related to FRA)

103

1652(e)(3) (related to USCG)

108

1652(e)(3) (related to FHWA)

104

1652(e)(3) (related to FRA)

103

1652(e)(4) (related to FHWA)

104

1652(e)(4) (related to FRA)

103

1652(f)

Rep.

1652a

103

1652b

44931

1652b note

337

1653(a)

301

1653(b)

302

1653(c)

351

1653(d)

352

1653(e)

307

1653(f)

303

1653(g)

304

1653(h)

Rep.

1653(i)(1)

5562

1653(i)(2)

5563

1653(i)(3)

5564

1653(i)(4)

5562

1653(i)(5)

5565

1653(i)(6)

Rep.

1653(i)(7)

5567

1653(i)(8)

5566

1653(i)(9)

5568

1653(i)(10)

5561

1653(i)(11)

5562

1653 note

335

1653a

Rep.

1654(a)–(e)

333

1654(a)

22102

1654(b), (c)

22101

1654(d)

22106

1654(e)

22105

1654(f)

22103

1654(g)

22104

1654(h)

22108

1654(i)

22106

1654(j)

22105

1654(k)–(m)

22107

1654(n)–(p)

22101

1654(q)

22108

1654a

308(d)

1655(a)(1)(A)

Rep.

1655(a)(1)(B), (C)

(See § 2 of Pub. L. 97–449.)

1655(a)(1)(D)

Rep.

1655(a)(1)(E)–(M)

(See § 2 of Pub. L. 97–449.)

1655(a)(2)(A) (related to 49:1634)

329

1655(a)(2), (3)

Rep.

1655(a)(4)

(See § 2 of Pub. L. 97–449.)

1655(a)(5)

Rep.

1655(a)(6)(A)

30102

1655(a)(6)(B)

(See § 2 of Pub. L. 97–449.)

1655(b)(1), (2)

108

1655(b)(3)

Rep.

1655(c)(1) (1st sentence proviso, 2d, last sentences)

106

1655(c)(1)

1116, 1131, 1132, 1153, 40101–40109, 40113, 40114, 44103–44105, 44107, 44110, 44501, 44502, 44504, 44505, 44701–44705, 44707–44709, 44711, 44713, 44720, 44721, 45303, 46101–46107, 46110, 46301, 46304, 46308, 46311, 46313, 46316, 47151–47153, 47302–47306

1655(c)(2)

Rep.

1655(d) (1st sentence)

1112, 1113, 1116, 1131, 1132, 1134, 1151–1155

1655(d) (last sentence)

1153

1655(e)(1)(A)

20302, 21302

1655(e)(1)(B)

20302

1655(e)(1)(C)

20302, 21302

1655(e)(1)(D)

Rep.

1655(e)(1)(E), (F)

20701–20703, 21302

1655(e)(1)(G)

20702, 20703, 21302

1655(e)(1)(H)

Rep.

1655(e)(1)(I)

20305, 20504

1655(e)(1)(J)

20305

1655(e)(1)(K)

20901, 20902, 21302

1655(e)(2)

Rep.

1655(e)(3)

80504

1655(e)(4)

Rep.

1655(e)(5)

(See § 2 of Pub. L. 97–449.)

1655(e)(6)(A)

20502–20505, 21302

1655(e)(6)(B)

3103

1655(e)(6)(C)

3102, 3103

1655(e)(6)(D) (related to “Sec. 321(a), (c)”)

503

1655(e)(6)(D) (related to “Sec. 324”)

3104

1655(f)(1)

Rep.

1655(f)(2)

501, 502, 504–507, 521–526

1655(f)(3)(A), (C) (related to FRA)

103

1655(f)(3)(B), (C) (related to FHWA)

104

1655(g)(1)–(3), (4)(A), (B), (E), (5), (6)

(See § 2 of Pub. L. 97–449.)

1655(h), (i)

Rep.

1656(less (a) next-to-last par.)

305

1656(a) (next-to-last par.)

(See T. 42 § 1962a–2(a).)

1657(a), (b)

323

1657(c), (d)

324

1657(e)–(g)

322

1657(h), (i)

Rep.

1657(j)

327

1657(k)

102

1657(l)

331

1657(m)

326

1657(n)

329

1657(o)

325

1657(p)

324

1657(q)(1)–(3)

330

1657(q)(4)

Rep.

1657(r)

328

1657–1

353

1657a

332

1658

308(a)

1659

Rep.

1660

335

1671(1)–(4) (1st–32d words)

60101

1671(4) (33d–last words)

60104

1671(5), (6)

60101

1671(7)

60115

1671(8)–(17)

60101

1671 note

60101

1672(a)(1) (1st–5th sentences)

60102

1672(a)(1) (6th sentence)

60104

1672(a)(1) (7th, 8th sentences)

60102

1672(a)(1) (9th, last sentences)

60104

1672(a)(2), (3), (b)

60102

1672(c)

60104

1672(d)

60118

1672(e)–(g)

60102

1672(h)

60108

1672(i)

60109

1672(j)

60110

1672(k)

60113

1673

60115

1674(a)

60105

1674(b), (c) (related to agreement)

60106

1674(c) (related to certification)

60105

1674(d)

60107

1674(e)

60105

1674(f)

60106

1674a

60103

1674b(a)

Rep.

1674b(b)(1)–(3)

60111

1674b(b)(4)

60119

1674b(c)

60111

1675

60119

1676(a)

60104

1676(b)

60117

1677(a), (b)(1)

60118

1677(b)(2), (c)

60120

1678, 1679

Rep.

1679a(a), (b)

60122

1679a(c)

60123

1679a(d)

60122

1679b(a)

60120

1679b(b)

60112

1680

60108

1681(a)–(e)

60117

1681(f)

60120

1682

60117

1682 note

60117

1682a

60301

1683

60124

1684(a)

60125

1684(b)

Rep.

1684(c)–(e)

60125

1684(f)

Rep.

1685(a)

60116

1685(b)

60113

1686

60121

1687(a)–(e)

60114

1687(f)

60125

1687(g)

60123

1687(h)

60114

1688

60101

1701–1703

Rep.

1704

44503

1711–1713

Rep.

1713a

47127

1714–1730

Rep.

1731

47106

1741

80503

1742

Rep.

1743

44502

1761, 1762

Rep.

1801

5101

1802

5102

1803, 1804(a)(1)–(3)

5103

1804(a)(4), (5)

5125

1804(b)(1)–(3)

5112

1804(b)(4)

5125

1804(b)(5)–(9), (c)

5112

1804(d)

5120

1804(e), (f)

5104

1804(g)

5110

1805(a)

5106

1805(b)

5107

1805(c)

5108

1805(d)

5109

1805(e), (f)

Rep.

1805 note

5109

1806

5117

1807

5114

1808(a) (1st sentence, last sentence words before semicolon)

5121

1808(a) (last sentence words after semicolon)

5122

1808(b)–(e)

5121

1809(a)

5123

1809(b)

5124

1810

5122

1811(a)–(e)

5125

1811(f)

5126

1812

5127

1813

5105

1813 note

5105, 5118

1814

5113

1815(a)–(f)

5116

1815(g)(1)–(6)

5115

1815(g)(7)

5116

1815(g)(8)

5115

1815(g)(9)

5116

1815(h)(1)–(5)

5108

1815(h)(6)

5116

1815(i)

5127

1816(a)–(c)

5107

1816(d)

5127

1817

5111

1818

5126

1819(a)–(g)

5119

1819(h)

5127

1901

Rep.

1902

1111

1903(a)(1)(A)

1112, 1113, 1116, 1131, 1132, 1134, 1151, 1152, 1154, 1155

1903(a)(1)(B)–(2)

1131

1903(a)(3)–(8)

1116

1903(a)(9)

1133

1903(b)(1)

1113

1903(b)(2)

1134

1903(b)(3), (4)

1113

1903(b)(5)

1134

1903(b)(6)–(9)

1113

1903(b)(10)

1115

1903(b)(11)

1114

1903(b)(12)

1113

1903(c)

1154

1903(d)

1153

1904

1117

1905(a)–(c)(2)

1114

1905(c)(3)

1114, 1154

1905(d)

1154

1906

1135

1907

1118

2001(1)–(4) (1st–27th words)

60101

2001(4) (28th–last words)

60104

2001(5)–(9)

60101

2001(10)

60115

2001(11)

60101

2001 note

60101

2002(a)–(c) (4th sentence)

60102

2002(c) (last sentence), (d)

60104

2002(e), (f)

60102

2002(g)

60104

2002(h)

60118

2002(i)–(k)

60102

2002(l)

60108

2002(m)

60109

2002(n)

60102

2003

60115

2004(a)

60105

2004(b), (c) (related to agreement)

60106

2004(c) (related to certification)

60105

2004(d)

60107

2004(e), (f)

60105

2004(g)

60106

2005

60119

2006(a), (b)(1)

60118

2006(b)(2), (c)

60120

2007(a), (b)

60122

2007(c)

60123

2007(d)

60122

2008(a)

60120

2008(b)

60112

2009(a), (b)

60108

2009(c)

Rep.

2009(d)

60108

2010(a)–(e)

60117

2010(f)

60120

2011

60117

2012

60124

2013(a)

60125

2013(b)

Rep.

2014

60121

2015, 2015 note

60102

2016

60101

2101

47501

2102

47502

2103(a)

47503

2103(b)

47505

2104(a)–(d)

47504

2104(e), 2105

Rep.

2106

47507

2107

47506

2108

Rep.

2121

Rep.

2122(a)

47508

2122(b)–2124

Rep.

2125

47510

2151

47521

2152

47523

2153(a)–(g)

47524

2153(h)

47533

2154

47525

2155

47527

2156

47526

2157(a)–(c)

47528

2157(d)

47530

2157(e)

47531

2157(f)

47532

2157(g)

47528

2157(h)

47522

2157(i)

47528

2158

47529

2201

47101

2202(a)(1)–(5)

47102

2202(a)(6)

47107

2202(a)(7)

47102

2202(a)(8)

47102, 47106

2202(a)(9), (10)

47102

2202(a)(11)

47117

2202(a)(12)–(19)

47102

2202(a)(20)

47101

2202(a)(21)–(23)

47102

2202(a)(24)

47104, 47107, 48101–48104, 48108

2202(a)(25)

Rep.

2202(b)

47102

2203(a)

47103

2203(b)

44501

2203(c), (d)(1)

47103

2203(d)(2)

Rep.

2204(a) (1st sentence)

47104

2204(a) (2d sentence)

48103

2204(a) (last sentence)

Rep.

2204(b)(1)

47104

2204(b)(2)

47107

2204(c)

Rep.

2204(d)

47113

2204 note

47104

2205(a)(1), (2)

48101

2205(a)(3)

44502

2205(b)(1)

44509

2205(b)(2)–(5)

48102

2205(c)

48104

2205(d)

48105

2205(e)(1)–(3)

48108

2205(e)(4)

47117

2205(e)(5)

48108

2205(f)

48109

2205 note

44502

2206(a), (b)(1)–(5)(C)

47114

2206(b)(5)(D)

47117

2206(b)(5)(E), (F), (6), (7)

47114

2206(c)

47115

2206(d)

47116

2206(e), (f)

47114

2206 note

47115

2207(a)–(e)(2)

47117

2207(e)(3)

Rep.

2207(f)

47118

2208(a)(1)

47105

2208(a)(2)

Rep.

2208(a)(3)

47105

2208(b)(1)(A)–(D)

47106

2208(b)(1)(E)

47107

2208(b)(2)–(4)

47106

2208(b)(5) (1st sentence, last sentence words before 11th comma)

47101

2208(b)(5) (last sentence words after 11th comma)–(8)

47106

2208(b)(9)

47120

2208(c)–(e)

47105

2209

47109

2210(a), (b)

47107

2210(c)

47105

2210(d)–(h)

47107

2210 note

47107

2211

47108

2212(a), (b)(1)

47110

2212(b)(2)–(4)

47119

2212(b)(5)

47109

2212(b)(6), (c), (d)

47110

2213

47111

2214

47112

2215

47125

2216

47126

2217

47121

2218(a)

47122

2218(b) (related to application)

47106

2218(b) (related to payment)

47111

2219

47123

2220

47129

2221

Rep.

2222, 2222 note

47124

2223

Rep.

2224

44514

2225

44913

2226

49104

2226a

49101

2226b

49105

2226c

49102

2226d

49103

2227

47128

2301

31101

2302

31102

2302 notes

31104, 31307

2303

31103

2304, 2304 note

31104

2305

31105

2306

31106

2307

31107

2311(a)–(i)

31111

2311(j)

31112

2312

31114

2313

31115

2314, 2315

Rep.

2316

31113

2401–2407

Elim.

2421–2433

Elim.

2451–2461

49101–49109

2501

31131

2501 notes

5113, 31161

2502

31131

2503

31132

2504

31135

2505

31136

2505 note

31137

2506

31140

2507

31141

2508

31134

2509

31142

2510

31133

2511

31143

2511a

31162

2512

31144

2513–2517(a)

Rep.

2517(b)

31145

2518

31146

2519

31147

2520

Rep.

2521

31137

2601, 2602

70101

2603

70102

2604(a)(1)

70103

2604(a)(2)

70116

2604(b)

70103

2605(a), (b)

70104

2605(c)

70117

2606 (1st sentence)

70105

2606 (last sentence)

70107

2607, 2608(a), (b)

70105

2608(c)

70114

2609

70107

2610

70108

2611

70110

2612

Rep.

2613

70106

2614(a), (b)(1)–(3)

70111

2614(b)(4)

70109

2614(c)

70112

2614(d)

70111

2615(a)

70112

2615(b)

70113

2615(c)

70112

2616–2618

70115

2619

70116

2620

70117

2621, 2622

Rep.

2623 (last sentence)

70118

2623 (less last sentence)

70119

2701

31302

2702

31303

2703

31304

2704(a), (b)

31305

2704(c)–(e)

31312

2705

31308

2706, 2706 note

31309

2707

31310

2708

31311

2709

31313

2710

31314

2711

31315

2712, 2713

Rep.

2714

31316

2715

31317

2716

31301

2717

31306

2718

31310

2801

5701

2801 note

5713

2802

5702

2803

5703

2804

5704

2805

5705

2806

5706

2807

5707

2808

5708

2809

5710

2810

5711

2811

5712

2812

5714

Enacting Clauses

Pub. L. 103–272, § 1(a), July 5, 1994, 108 Stat. 745, provided that:

“Certain general and permanent laws of the United States, related to transportation, are revised, codified, and enacted by subsections (c)–(e) of this section without substantive change as subtitles II, III, and V–X of title 49, United States Code, ‘Transportation’. Those laws may be cited as ‘49 U.S.C. ————’.”

Pub. L. 97–449, § 1(a), Jan. 12, 1983, 96 Stat. 2413, provided that:

“Certain general and permanent laws of the United States, related to transportation, are revised, codified, and enacted by subsection (b) of this section without substantive change as subtitle I and chapter 31 of subtitle II of title 49, United States Code, ‘Transportation’. Those laws may be cited as ‘49 U.S.C. § ————’.”

Pub. L. 95–473, § 1, Oct. 17, 1978, 92 Stat. 1337, provided in part:

“That certain general and permanent laws of the United States, related to transportation, are revised, codified, and enacted as [subtitle IV of] title 49, United States Code, ‘Transportation’.”

Clarification of Congressional Intent

Pub. L. 100–561, title III, § 308, Oct. 31, 1988, 102 Stat. 2817, which provided that Pub. L. 95–473 did not repeal and had no substantive effect on any rights, obligations, liabilities, or remedies of oil pipelines, including those arising under any provisions of the Interstate Commerce Act or the Pomerene Bills of Lading Act, before any Federal department or agency or official thereof or a court of competent jurisdiction, was repealed and reenacted as section 60503 of this title by Pub. L. 103–272, §§ 1(e), 7(b), July 5, 1994, 108 Stat. 1329, 1379.

Legislative Purpose and Construction

Pub. L. 105–102, § 4, Nov. 20, 1997, 111 Stat. 2216, provided that:

“(a)No Substantive Change.—
This Act restates, without substantive change, laws enacted before May 1, 1997, that were replaced by this Act. This Act may not be construed as making a substantive change in the laws replaced. Laws enacted after April 30, 1997, that are inconsistent with this Act supersede this Act to the extent of the inconsistency.
“(b)References.—
A reference to a law replaced by this Act, including a reference in a regulation, order, or other law, is deemed to refer to the corresponding provision enacted by this Act.
“(c)Continuing Effect.—
An order, rule, or regulation in effect under a law replaced by this Act continues in effect under the corresponding provision enacted by this Act until repealed, amended, or superseded.
“(d)Actions and Offenses Under Prior Law.—
An action taken or an offense committed under a law replaced by this Act is deemed to have been taken or committed under the corresponding provision enacted by this Act.
“(e)Inferences.—
An inference of a legislative construction is not to be drawn by reason of the location in the United States Code of a provision enacted by this Act or by reason of a caption or catch line of the provision.
“(f)Severability.—
If a provision enacted by this Act is held invalid, all valid provisions that are severable from the invalid provision remain in effect. If a provision enacted by this Act is held invalid in any of its applications, the provision remains valid for all valid applications that are severable from any of the invalid applications.”

Pub. L. 104–287, § 9, Oct. 11, 1996, 110 Stat. 3400, provided that:

“(a)No Substantive Change.—
This Act restates, without substantive change, laws enacted before March 1, 1996, that were replaced by this Act. This Act may not be construed as making a substantive change in the laws replaced. Laws enacted after February 29, 1996, that are inconsistent with this Act supersede this Act to the extent of the inconsistency.
“(b)References.—
A reference to a law replaced by this Act, including a reference in a regulation, order, or other law, is deemed to refer to the corresponding provision enacted by this Act.
“(c)Continuing Effect.—
An order, rule, or regulation in effect under a law replaced by this Act continues in effect under the corresponding provision enacted by this Act until repealed, amended, or superseded.
“(d)Actions and Offenses Under Prior Law.—
An action taken or an offense committed under a law replaced by this Act is deemed to have been taken or committed under the corresponding provision enacted by this Act.
“(e)Inferences.—
An inference of a legislative construction is not to be drawn by reason of the location in the United States Code of a provision enacted by this Act or by reason of a caption or catchline of the provision.
“(f)Severability.—
If a provision enacted by this Act is held invalid, all valid provisions that are severable from the invalid provision remain in effect. If a provision enacted by this Act is held invalid in any of its applications, the provision remains valid for all valid applications that are severable from any of the invalid applications.”

Pub. L. 103–429, § 10, Oct. 31, 1994, 108 Stat. 4391, provided that:

“(a)No Substantive Change.—
This Act restates, without substantive change, laws enacted before September 26, 1994, that were replaced by this Act. This Act may not be construed as making a substantive change in the laws replaced. Laws enacted after September 25, 1994, that are inconsistent with this Act supersede this Act to the extent of the inconsistency.
“(b)References.—
A reference to a law replaced by this Act, including a reference in a regulation, order, or other law, is deemed to refer to the corresponding provision enacted by this Act.
“(c)Continuing Effect.—
An order, rule, or regulation in effect under a law replaced by this Act continues in effect under the corresponding provision enacted by this Act until repealed, amended, or superseded.
“(d)Actions and Offenses Under Prior Law.—
An action taken or an offense committed under a law replaced by this Act is deemed to have been taken or committed under the corresponding provision enacted by this Act.
“(e)Inferences.—
An inference of a legislative construction is not to be drawn by reason of the location in the United States Code of a provision enacted by this Act or by reason of a caption or catchline of the provision.
“(f)Severability.—
If a provision enacted by this Act is held invalid, all valid provisions that are severable from the invalid provision remain in effect. If a provision enacted by this Act is held invalid in any of its applications, the provision remains valid for all valid applications that are severable from any of the invalid applications.”

Pub. L. 103–272, § 6, July 5, 1994, 108 Stat. 1378, provided that:

“(a)
Sections 1–4 of this Act restate, without substantive change, laws enacted before July 1, 1993, that were replaced by those sections. Those sections may not be construed as making a substantive change in the laws replaced. Laws enacted after June 30, 1993, that are inconsistent with this Act supersede this Act to the extent of the inconsistency.
“(b)
A reference to a law replaced by sections 1–4 of this Act, including a reference in a regulation, order, or other law, is deemed to refer to the corresponding provision enacted by this Act.
“(c)
An order, rule, or regulation in effect under a law replaced by sections 1–4 of this Act continues in effect under the corresponding provision enacted by this Act until repealed, amended, or superseded.
“(d)
An action taken or an offense committed under a law replaced by sections 1–4 of this Act is deemed to have been taken or committed under the corresponding provision enacted by this Act.
“(e)
An inference of legislative construction is not to be drawn by reason of the location in the United States Code of a provision enacted by this Act or by reason of a caption or catch line of the provision.
“(f)
If a provision enacted by this Act is held invalid, all valid provisions that are severable from the invalid provision remain in effect. If a provision enacted by this Act is held invalid in any of its applications, the provision remains valid for all valid applications that are severable from any of the invalid applications.”

Pub. L. 98–216, § 5, Feb. 14, 1984, 98 Stat. 7, provided that:

“(a)
Sections 1–4 of this Act restate, without substantive change, laws enacted before April 1, 1983, that were replaced by those sections. Sections 1–4 may not be construed as making a substantive change in the laws replaced. Laws enacted after March 31, 1983, that are inconsistent with this Act supersede this Act to the extent of the inconsistency.
“(b)
A reference to a law replaced by sections 1–4 of this Act, including a reference in a regulation, order, or other law, is deemed to refer to the corresponding provision enacted by this Act.
“(c)
An order, rule, or regulation in effect under a law replaced by sections 1–4 of this Act continues in effect under the corresponding provision enacted by this Act until repealed, amended, or superseded.
“(d)
An action taken or an offense committed under a law replaced by sections 1–4 of this Act is deemed to have been taken or committed under the corresponding provision enacted by this Act.
“(e)
An inference of a legislative construction is not to be drawn by reason of the location in the United States Code of a provision enacted by this Act or by reason of the caption or catchline of the provision.
“(f)
If a provision enacted by this Act is held invalid, all valid provisions that are severable from the invalid provision remain in effect. If a provision of this Act is held invalid in any of its applications, the provision remains valid for all valid applications that are severable from any of the invalid applications.”

Pub. L. 97–449, § 6, Jan. 12, 1983, 96 Stat. 2443, provided that:

“(a)
Sections 1–5 of this Act restate, without substantive change, laws enacted before November 15, 1982, that were replaced by those sections. Those sections may not be construed as making a substantive change in the laws replaced. Laws enacted after November 14, 1982, that are inconsistent with this Act supersede this Act to the extent of the inconsistency.
“(b)
A reference to a law replaced by sections 1–5 of this Act, including a reference in a regulation, order, or other law, is deemed to refer to the corresponding provision enacted by this Act.
“(c)
An order, rule, or regulation in effect under a law replaced by sections 1–5 of this Act continues in effect under the corresponding provision enacted by this Act until repealed, amended, or superseded.
“(d)
An action taken or an offense committed under a law replaced by sections 1–5 of this Act is deemed to have been taken or committed under the corresponding provision enacted by this Act.
“(e)
An inference of a legislative construction is not to be drawn by reason of the location in the United States Code of a provision enacted by this Act or by reason of the caption or catchline thereof.
“(f)
If a provision enacted by this Act is held invalid, all valid provisions that are severable from the invalid provision remain in effect. If a provision of this Act is held invalid in any of its applications, the provision remains valid for all valid applications that are severable from any of the invalid applications.”

Pub. L. 96–258, § 2, June 3, 1980, 94 Stat. 427, provided that:

“(a)
Section 1 of this Act [enacting section 11351 of this title and amending sections 10324, 10327, 10382, 10525, 10526, 10544, 10706, 10784, 10923, 11101, 11121, 11304, 11707, 11909, 11912, and 11914 of this title] restates, without substantive change, laws enacted before April 24, 1979, that were replaced by that section. That section may not be construed as making a substantive change in the laws replaced. Laws enacted after April 23, 1979, that are inconsistent with this Act are considered as superseding it to the extent of the inconsistency.
“(b)
A reference to a law replaced by section 1 of this Act, including a reference in a regulation, order, or other law, is deemed to refer to the corresponding provision enacted by this Act.
“(c)
An order, rule, or regulation in effect under a law replaced by section 1 of this Act continues in effect under the corresponding provision enacted by this Act until repealed, amended, or superseded.
“(d)
An action taken or an offense committed under a law replaced by section 1 of this Act is deemed to have been taken or committed under the corresponding provision enacted by this Act.
“(e)
An inference of a legislative construction is not to be drawn by reason of the location in the United States Code of a provision enacted by this Act or by reason of the caption or catchline thereof.
“(f)
If a provision enacted by this Act is held invalid, all valid provisions that are severable from the invalid provision remain in effect. If a provision of this Act is held invalid in any of its applications, the provision remains valid for all valid applications that are severable from any of the invalid applications.”

Pub. L. 95–473, § 3, Oct. 17, 1978, 92 Stat. 1466, provided that:

“(a)
Sections 1 and 2 of this Act restate, without substantive change, laws enacted before May 16, 1978, that were replaced by those sections. Those sections may not be construed as making a substantive change in the laws replaced. Laws enacted after May 15, 1978, that are inconsistent with this Act are considered as superseding it to the extent of the inconsistency.
“(b)
A reference to a law replaced by sections 1 and 2 of this Act, including a reference in a regulation, order, or other law, is deemed to refer to the corresponding provision enacted by this Act.
“(c)
An order, rule, or regulation in effect under a law replaced by sections 1 and 2 of this Act continues in effect under the corresponding provision enacted by this Act until repealed, amended, or superseded.
“(d)
An action taken or an offense committed under a law replaced by sections 1 and 2 of this Act is deemed to have been taken or committed under the corresponding provision enacted by this Act.
“(e)
An inference of a legislative construction is not to be drawn by reason of the location in the United States Code of a provision enacted by this Act or by reason of the caption or catchline thereof.
“(f)
If a provision enacted by this Act is held invalid, all valid provisions that are severable from the invalid provision remain in effect. If a provision of this Act is held invalid in any of its applications, the provision remains valid for all valid applications that are severable from any of the invalid applications.”

Repeals and Savings Provisions

Pub. L. 105–102, § 5(a), Nov. 20, 1997, 111 Stat. 2216, provided that:

“The repeal of a law by this Act may not be construed as a legislative inference that the provision was or was not in effect before its repeal.”

Pub. L. 105–102, § 5(b), Nov. 20, 1997, 111 Stat. 2217, as amended by Pub. L. 105–225, § 7(c)(2), Aug. 12, 1998, 112 Stat. 1511, repealed specified laws, except for rights and duties that matured, penalties that were incurred, and proceedings that were begun before Nov. 20, 1997.

Pub. L. 104–287, § 10(a), Oct. 11, 1996, 110 Stat. 3401, provided that:

“The repeal of a law by this Act may not be construed as a legislative inference that the provision was or was not in effect before its repeal.”

Pub. L. 104–287, § 10(b), Oct. 11, 1996, 110 Stat. 3401, repealed specified laws, except for rights and duties that matured, penalties that were incurred, and proceedings that were begun before Oct. 11, 1996.

Pub. L. 103–429, § 11(a), Oct. 31, 1994, 108 Stat. 4391, provided that:

“The repeal of a law by this Act may not be construed as a legislative inference that the provision was or was not in effect before its repeal.”

Pub. L. 103–429, § 11(b), Oct. 31, 1994, 108 Stat. 4391, repealed specified laws, except for rights and duties that matured, penalties that were incurred, and proceedings that were begun before Oct. 31, 1994.

Pub. L. 103–272, § 7(a), July 5, 1994, 108 Stat. 1379, provided that:

“The repeal of a law by this Act may not be construed as a legislative implication that the provision was or was not in effect before its repeal.”

Pub. L. 103–272, § 7(b), July 5, 1994, 108 Stat. 1379, as amended by Pub. L. 103–429, § 7(a)(5), Oct. 31, 1994, 108 Stat. 4389, repealed specified laws, except for rights and duties that matured, penalties that were incurred, and proceedings that were begun before July 5, 1994.

Pub. L. 98–216, § 6(a), Feb. 14, 1984, 98 Stat. 7, provided that:

“The repeal of a law enacted [the word “enacted” probably should not appear] by this Act may not be construed as a legislative inference that the provision was or was not in effect before its repeal.”

Pub. L. 98–216, § 6(b), Feb. 14, 1984, 98 Stat. 7, repealed specified laws, except for rights and duties that matured, penalties that were incurred, and proceedings that were begun before Feb. 14, 1984.

Pub. L. 97–449, § 7(a), Jan. 12, 1983, 96 Stat. 2443, provided that:

“The repeal of a law by this Act may not be construed as a legislative inference that the provision was or was not in effect before its repeal.”

Pub. L. 97–449, § 7(b), Jan. 12, 1983, 96 Stat. 2443, repealed specified laws, except for rights and duties that matured, penalties that were incurred, and proceedings that were begun before Jan. 12, 1983.

Pub. L. 96–258, § 3(a), June 3, 1980, 94 Stat. 427, provided that:

“The repeal of a law by this Act may not be construed as a legislative inference that the provision was or was not in effect before its repeal.”

Pub. L. 96–258, § 3(b), June 3, 1980, 94 Stat. 427, repealed certain sections and parts of sections of the Interstate Commerce Act and certain other provisions relating to applicability of such Act, except for rights and duties that matured, penalties that were incurred, and proceedings that were begun before June 3, 1980.

Pub. L. 95–473, § 4(a), Oct. 17, 1978, 92 Stat. 1466, provided that:

“The repeal of a law by this Act may not be construed as a legislative inference that the provision was or was not in effect before its repeal.”

Pub. L. 95–473, § 4(b), Oct. 17, 1978, 92 Stat. 1466, repealed the sections and parts of sections of the Interstate Commerce Act and certain other provisions relating to the applicability of such Act, except as provided in section 4(c) of Pub. L. 95–473 and except for rights and duties that matured, penalties that were incurred, and proceedings that were begun before Oct. 17, 1978.

Pub. L. 95–473, § 4(c), Oct. 17, 1978, 92 Stat. 1470, which provided that the laws specified in the schedule in section 4(b) of Pub. L. 95–473, as they existed on Oct. 1, 1977, were not repealed to the extent those laws (A) vested functions in the Interstate Commerce Commission, or in the chairman or members of the Commission, related to transportation of oil by pipeline, and (B) vested functions and authority in the Commission, or an officer or component of the Commission, related to the establishment of rates or charges for transportation of oil by pipeline or valuation of any such pipeline, and those functions and authority were transferred by sections 7155 and 7172(b) of Title 42, The Public Health and Welfare, was repealed and reenacted in sections 60501 and 60502 of this title by Pub. L. 103–272, §§ 1(e), 7(b), July 5, 1994, 108 Stat. 1329, 1379.

Effective Date of Certain Repeals

Pub. L. 95–473, § 4(d), Oct. 17, 1978, 92 Stat. 1470, as amended by Pub. L. 97–449, § 4(b)(3), Jan. 12, 1983, 96 Stat. 2441, provided that:

“The repeals, by subsection (b) of this section, of section 1(a)(25), (26) of the Act of July 3, 1952, chapter 570, the Act of June 30, 1953, chapter 165, and the Act of July 31, 1953, chapter 292, are effective on September 14, 1978.”

 

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