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Title 42Chapter ISubchapter CPart 31


TITLE 42—Public Health

CHAPTER I—PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

SUBCHAPTER C—MEDICAL CARE AND EXAMINATIONS

PART 31—MEDICAL CARE FOR CERTAIN PERSONNEL OF THE COAST GUARD, NATIONAL OCEAN SURVEY, PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE, AND FORMER LIGHTHOUSE SERVICE

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Definitions

§31.1
Meaning of terms.

Provisions Applicable to Coast Guard, National Ocean Survey and Public Health Service

§31.2
Persons entitled to treatment.
§31.3
Use of Service facilities.
§31.4
Use of other than Service facilities.
§31.5
Application for treatment; active duty personnel.
§31.6
Personnel absent without leave.
§31.7
Continuance of medical relief after loss of status.
§31.8
Retired personnel; extent of treatment.
§31.9
Dependent members of families; treatment.
§31.10
Dependent members of families; use of Service facilities.

Provisions Applicable to Personnel of Former Lighthouse Service

§31.11
Persons entitled to treatment.
§31.12
Use of Service facilities.
§31.13
Use of other than Service facilities.
§31.14
Application for treatment; active duty personnel.
§31.15
Continuance of medical relief after loss of status.
§31.16
Retired personnel; extent of treatment.

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