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e-CFR Data is current as of December 17, 2014

Title 36Chapter IIPart 261


TITLE 36—Parks, Forests, and Public Property

CHAPTER II—FOREST SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

PART 261—PROHIBITIONS

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROHIBITIONS

§261.1
Scope.
§261.1a
Special use authorizations, contracts and operating plans.
§261.1b
Penalty.
§261.2
Definitions.
§261.3
Interfering with a Forest officer, volunteer, or human resource program enrollee or giving false report to a Forest officer.
§261.4
Disorderly conduct.
§261.5
Fire.
§261.6
Timber and other forest products.
§261.7
Livestock.
§261.8
Fish and wildlife.
§261.9
Property.
§261.10
Occupancy and use.
§261.11
Sanitation.
§261.12
National Forest System roads and trails.
§261.13
Motor vehicle use.
§261.14
Use by over-snow vehicles.
§261.15
Use of vehicles off roads.
§261.16
Developed recreation sites.
§261.17
Recreation fees.
§261.18
National Forest Wilderness.
§261.19
Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
§261.20
Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail.
§261.21
National Forest primitive areas.
§261.22
Unauthorized use of “Smokey Bear” and “Woodsy Owl” symbol.
§261.23
Wild free-roaming horses and burros.
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Subpart B—PROHIBITIONS IN AREAS DESIGNATED BY ORDER

§261.50
Orders.
§261.51
Posting.
§261.52
Fire.
§261.53
Special closures.
§261.54
National Forest System roads.
§261.55
National Forest System trails.
§261.56
Use of vehicles off National Forest System roads.
§261.57
National Forest wilderness.
§261.58
Occupancy and use.
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Subpart C—PROHIBITIONS IN REGIONS

§261.70
Issuance of regulations.
§261.71
Regulations applicable to Region 1, Northern Region, as defined in §200.2. [Reserved]
§261.72
Regulations applicable to Region 2, Rocky Mountain Region, as defined in §200.2. [Reserved]
§261.73
Regulations applicable to Region 3, Southwestern Region, as defined in §200.2. [Reserved]
§261.74
Regulations applicable to Region 4, Intermountain Region, as defined in §200.2. [Reserved]
§261.75
Regulations applicable to Region 5, California Region, as defined in §200.2.
§261.76
Regulations applicable to Region 6, Pacific Northwest Region, as defined in §200.2. [Reserved]
§261.77
Prohibitions in Region 8, Southern Region.
§261.78
Prohibitions applicable to Region 9, Eastern Region, as defined in §200.2.
§261.79
Regulations applicable to Region 10, Alaska Region, as defined in §200.2. [Reserved]


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