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Title 43Subtitle BChapter IPart 423


TITLE 43—Public Lands: Interior

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO PUBLIC LANDS

CHAPTER I—BUREAU OF RECLAMATION, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

PART 423—PUBLIC CONDUCT ON BUREAU OF RECLAMATION FACILITIES, LANDS, AND WATERBODIES

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Subpart A—PURPOSE, DEFINITIONS, AND APPLICABILITY

§423.1
Purpose.
§423.2
Definitions of terms used in this part.
§423.3
When does this part apply?
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Subpart B—AREAS OPEN AND CLOSED TO PUBLIC USE

§423.10
What areas are open to public use?
§423.11
What areas are closed to public use?
§423.12
How will Reclamation notify the public of additional closed areas?
§423.13
How will Reclamation establish periodic and regular closures?
§423.14
How will Reclamation post and delineate closed areas at the site of the closure?
§423.15
How will Reclamation document closures or reopenings?
§423.16
Who can be exempted from closures?
§423.17
How will Reclamation reopen closed areas?
§423.18
Use of closures.
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Subpart C—RULES OF CONDUCT

§423.20
General rules.
§423.21
Responsibilities.
§423.22
Interference with agency functions and disorderly conduct.
§423.23
Abandonment and impoundment of personal property.
§423.24
Trespassing.
§423.25
Vandalism, tampering, and theft.
§423.26
Public events and gatherings.
§423.27
Advertising and public solicitation.
§423.28
Memorials.
§423.29
Natural and cultural resources.
§423.30
Weapons, firearms, explosives, and fireworks.
§423.31
Fires and flammable material.
§423.32
Hunting, fishing, and trapping.
§423.33
Camping.
§423.34
Sanitation.
§423.35
Animals.
§423.36
Swimming.
§423.37
Winter activities.
§423.38
Operating vessels on Reclamation waters.
§423.39
Standards for vessels.
§423.40
Vehicles.
§423.41
Aircraft.
§423.42
Gambling.
§423.43
Alcoholic beverages.
§423.44
Controlled substances.
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Subpart D—AUTHORIZATION OF OTHERWISE PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES

§423.50
How can I obtain permission for prohibited or restricted uses and activities?
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Subpart E—SPECIAL USE AREAS

§423.60
How special use areas are designated.
§423.61
Notifying the public of special use areas.
§423.62
Reservations for public use limits.
§423.63
Existing special use areas.
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Subpart F—VIOLATIONS AND SANCTIONS

§423.70
Violations.
§423.71
Sanctions.


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