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TITLE 33—Navigation and Navigable Waters

CHAPTER I—COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY

SUBCHAPTER A—GENERAL

PART 1—GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Subpart 1.01—DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY

§1.01-1
District Commander.
§1.01-20
Officer in Charge, Marine Inspection.
§1.01-30
Captains of the Port.
§1.01-40
Delegation to the Vice Commandant.
§1.01-50
Delegation to District Commander, Seventeenth Coast Guard District.
§1.01-60
Delegations for issuance of bridge permits.
§1.01-70
CERCLA delegations.
§1.01-80
FWPCA and OPA 90 delegations.
§1.01-85
Redelegation.
§1.01-90
Commissioned, warrant, and petty officers.
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Subpart 1.05—RULEMAKING

§1.05-1
Delegation of rulemaking authority.
§1.05-5
Marine Safety and Security Council.
§1.05-10
Regulatory process overview.
§1.05-15
Public participation.
§1.05-20
Petitions for rulemaking.
§1.05-25
Public docket.
§1.05-30
Advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPRM).
§1.05-35
Notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM).
§1.05-40
Supplemental notice of proposed rulemaking (SNPRM).
§1.05-45
Interim rule.
§1.05-50
Final rule.
§1.05-55
Direct final rule.
§1.05-60
Negotiated rulemaking.
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Subpart 1.07—ENFORCEMENT; CIVIL AND CRIMINAL PENALTY PROCEEDINGS

§1.07-1
Purpose.
§1.07-5
Definitions.
§1.07-10
Reporting and investigation.
§1.07-11
Notice of violation.
§1.07-15
Hearing Officer.
§1.07-20
Initiation of action.
§1.07-25
Preliminary matters.
§1.07-30
Disclosure of evidence.
§1.07-35
Request for confidential treatment.
§1.07-40
Counsel.
§1.07-45
Location of hearings and change of venue.
§1.07-50
Witnesses.
§1.07-55
Hearing procedures.
§1.07-60
Records.
§1.07-65
Hearing Officer's decisions.
§1.07-70
Right to appeal.
§1.07-75
Action on appeals.
§1.07-80
Reopening of hearings.
§1.07-85
Collection of civil penalties.
§1.07-90
Criminal penalties.
§1.07-95
Civil and criminal penalties.
§1.07-100
Summons in lieu of seizure of commercial fishing industry vessels.
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Subpart 1.08—WRITTEN WARNINGS BY COAST GUARD BOARDING OFFICERS

§1.08-1
Applicability.
§1.08-5
Procedures.
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Subpart 1.10—PUBLIC AVAILABILITY OF INFORMATION

§1.10-1
Official records and documents.
§1.10-5
Public availability of records and documents.
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Subpart 1.20—TESTIMONY BY COAST GUARD PERSONNEL AND PRODUCTION OF RECORDS IN LEGAL PROCEEDINGS

§1.20-1
Testimony by Coast Guard personnel and production of records.
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Subpart 1.25—FEES AND CHARGES FOR CERTAIN RECORDS AND SERVICES

§1.25-1
Purpose.
§1.25-30
Exceptions.
§1.25-40
Fees for services for the public.
§1.25-45
Special admeasurement services.
§1.25-48
Oceanographic research.
§1.25-80
Payment of fees, charges or sales.
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Subpart 1.26—CHARGES FOR DUPLICATE MEDALS, AND SALES OF PERSONAL PROPERTY, EQUIPMENT OR SERVICES AND RENTALS

§1.26-1
Purpose.
§1.26-5
Replacement of medals.
§1.26-10
Sales to Coast Guard Auxiliary.
§1.26-15
Sales of nonexcess personal property and services.
§1.26-20
Sales to eligible foreign governments.
§1.26-25
Payment of charges.


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