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Chapter 1Edit

Chapter 1 — Election of Senators and Representatives

  • § 1 — Time for election of Senators
  • § 1a — Election to be certified by governor
  • § 1bCountersignature of certificate of election
  • § 2aReapportionment of Representatives; time and manner; existing decennial census figures as basis; statement by President; duty of clerk
  • § 2b — Number of Representatives from each State in 78th and subsequent Congresses
  • § 2c — Number of Congressional Districts; number of Representatives from each District
  • § 5 — Nominations for Representatives at large
  • § 6 — Reduction of representation
  • § 7 — Time of election
  • § 8 — Vacancies
  • § 9 — Voting for Representatives

Omitted sections: 2, 3, & 4.

Chapter 2Edit

Chapter 2 — Organization of Congress

  • § 21 — Oath of Senators
  • § 22 — Oath of President of Senate
  • § 23 — Presiding officer of Senate may administer oaths
  • § 24Secretary of Senate or assistant secretary may administer oaths
  • § 25 — Oath of Speaker, Members, and Delegates
  • § 25a — Delegate to House of Representatives from District of Columbia
  • § 26 — Roll of Representatives-elect
  • § 27 — Change of place of meeting
  • § 28 — Parliamentary precedents of House of Representatives
  • § 28a — Compilation of the Precedents of House of Representatives; date of completion; biennial update; printing and availability of copies
  • § 28b — Printing and binding as public document of Precedents of House of Representatives; number of sets authorized
  • § 28c — Distribution of Precedents by Public Printer
  • § 28d — Distribution of Precedents by Public Printer for official use; particular distribution; marking and ownership of sets
  • § 28e — Distribution of Precedents by Joint Committee on Printing of surplus sets; additional printing, etc., of sets under authority of Joint Committee
  • § 29 — Condensed and simplified versions of House precedents; other useful materials in summary form; form and distribution to Members of Congress, Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico, and others; appointment and compensation of personnel; utilization of services of personnel of Federal agencies
  • § 29a — Early organization of House of Representatives
  • § 29dCommittee on Standards of Official Conduct of House of Representatives
  • § 30 — Term of service of Members of Congress as trustees or directors of corporations or institutions appropriated for
  • § 30aJury duty exemption of elected officials of legislative branch

Repealed section: 25b.
Omitted sections: 29b, & 29c.

Chapter 3Edit

Chapter 3 — Compensation and Allowances of Members

  • § 31 — Compensation of Members of Congress
  • § 31-2 — Gifts and travel
  • § 31a-1 — Expense allowance of Majority and Minority Leaders of Senate; expense allowance of Majority and Minority Whips; methods of payment; taxability
  • § 31a-2 — Representation Allowance Account for Majority and Minority Leaders of Senate
  • § 31a-2a — Transfer of funds from representation allowance of Majority and Minority Leaders of Senate to expense allowance; availability; definitions
  • § 31a-2b — Transfer of funds from appropriations account of Majority and Minority Leaders of Senate to appropriations account, Miscellaneous Items, within Senate contingent fund
  • § 31a-2c — Transfer of funds from appropriations account of Majority and Minority Whips of Senate to appropriations account, Miscellaneous Items, within Senate contingent fund
  • § 31a-2d — Transfer of funds from appropriations account of the Office of the Vice President and the Offices of the Secretaries for the Majority and Minority to the Senate contingent fund
  • § 31a-3 — Expense allowance for Chairmen of Majority and Minority Conference Committees of Senate; method of payment; taxability
  • § 31a-4 — Expense allowance for Chairmen of Majority and Minority Policy Committees of Senate; method of payment; taxability
  • § 31b — Expense allowance of Speaker of House of Representatives
  • § 31b-1 — Former Speakers of House of Representatives; retention of office, furniture, etc., in Congressional district following expiration of term as Representative; exceptions
  • § 31b-2 — Allowance available to former Speaker for payment of office and other expenses for administration, etc., of matters pertaining to incumbency in office as Representative and Speaker
  • § 31b-4 — Franked mail and printing privileges of former Speaker
  • § 31b-5 — Staff assistance to former Speaker for administration, etc., of matters pertaining to incumbency in office as Representative and Speaker; compensation and status of staff
  • § 31b-7 — Availability of entitlements of former Speaker for 5 years
  • § 32 — Compensation of President pro tempore of Senate
  • § 32a — Compensation of Deputy President pro tempore of Senate
  • § 32b — Expense allowance of President pro tempore of Senate; methods of payment; taxability
  • § 33 — Senators' salaries
  • § 34 — Representatives' and Delegates' salaries payable monthly
  • § 35 — Salaries payable monthly after taking oath
  • § 35a — End-of-the-month salary payment schedule inapplicable to Senators
  • § 36 — Salaries of Senators
  • § 36a — Payment of sums due deceased Senators and Senate personnel
  • § 37 — Salaries of Representatives, Delegates, and Resident Commissioners elected for unexpired terms
  • § 38a — Disposition of unpaid salary and other sums on death of Representative or Resident Commissioner
  • § 38b — Death gratuity payments as gifts
  • § 39 — Deductions for absence
  • § 40 — Deductions for withdrawal
  • § 40a — Deductions for delinquent indebtedness
  • § 42a — Special delivery postage allowance for President of Senate
  • § 43b-2 — Staff expenses for House Members attending organizational caucus or conference
  • § 43b-3 — Payments and reimbursements for certain House staff expenses
  • § 43d — Organizational expenses of Senator-elect
  • § 46a — Stationery allowance for President of Senate
  • § 46a-1 — Senate revolving fund for stationery allowances; availability of unexpended balances; withdrawals
  • § 46b-1 — House revolving fund for stationery allowances; disposition of moneys from stationery sales; availability of unexpended balances
  • § 46d-1 — Long-distance telephone calls for Vice President
  • § 47 — Mode of payment
  • § 48 — Certification of salary and mileage accounts
  • § 49 — Certificate of salary during recess
  • § 50 — Substitute to sign certificates for salary and accounts
  • § 51 — Monuments to deceased Senators or House Members
  • § 54 — Annotated United States Code for Members of House of Representatives to be paid for from Members' Representational Allowance
  • § 55 — United States Code Annotated or United States Code Service; procurement for Senators
  • § 57 — Adjustment of House of Representatives allowances by Committee on House Oversight
  • § 57a — Limitation on allowance authority of Committee on House Oversight
  • § 57b — Representational allowance for Members of House of Representatives
  • § 58 — Mail, telegraph, telephone, stationery, office supplies, and home State office and travel expenses for Senators
  • § 58a — Telecommunications services for Senators; payment of costs out of contingent fund
  • § 58a-1 — Payment for telecommunications equipment and services; definitions
  • § 58a-2 — Certification of telecommunications equipment and services as official
  • § 58a-3 — Report on telecommunications to Committee on Rules and Administration
  • § 58a-4 — Metered charges on copiers; "Sergeant at Arms" and "user" defined; certification of services and equipment as official; deposit of payments; availability for expenditure
  • § 58c — Senators' Official Personnel and Office Expense Account
  • § 59 — Home State office space for Senators; lease of office space
  • § 59-1 — Additional home State office space for Senators; declaration of disaster or emergency
  • § 59b — Purchase of office equipment or furnishings by Senators
  • § 59c — Transferred
  • § 59d — Transportation of official records and papers to House Member's district
  • § 59d-1 — Transportation of official records and papers to a Senator's State
  • § 59e — Official mail of persons entitled to use congressional frank
  • § 59f — Mass mailings by Senate offices; quarterly statements; publication of summary tabulations
  • § 59g — Mass mailing of information by Senators under frank; quarterly registration with Secretary of Senate
  • § 59h — Mass mailing sent by House Members

Omitted sections: 42a-1, 42b 43, 43a, 44, 45, 46, 46a-2, 46a-4.
Repealed sections: 31-1, 31a, 31b-3, 31b-6, 31c, 38, 41, 42, 42c, 42d, 43b, 43b-1, 43c, 46a-3, 46b, 46b-2, 46c, 46d, 64d-2, 46d-3, 46d-4, 46d-5, 46e, 46f, 46f-1, 46g, 46g-1, 46h, 46i, 52, 53, 56, 58b, 58c-1, & 59a.

Chapter 4Edit

Chapter 4—Officers and Employees of Senate and House of Representatives

Chapter 5Edit

Chapter 6Edit

Chapter 6—Congressional And Committee Procedure; Investigations

Chapter 7Edit

Chapter 8Edit

Chapter 8aEdit

Chapter 8a—Regulation of Lobbying

Chapter 9Edit

Chapter 9aEdit

Chapter 9bEdit

Chapter 9cEdit

Chapter 9dEdit

Chapter 10Edit

Chapter 10—Classification of Employees of House of Representatives

Chapter 10aEdit

Chapter 10a—Payroll Administration in House of Representatives

Chapter 11Edit

Chapter 12Edit

Chapter 12—Contested Elections

Chapter 13Edit

Chapter 14Edit

Chapter 15Edit

Chapter 16Edit

Chapter 16—Congressional Mailing Standards

Chapter 17Edit

Chapter 17AEdit

Chapter 17A—Congressional Budget And Fiscal Operations

Chapter 17bEdit

Chapter 18Edit

Chapter 18—Legislative Personnel Financial Disclosure Requirements

Chapter 19Edit

Chapter 19aEdit

Chapter 19a--John Heinz Competitive Excellence Award

Chapter 20Edit

Chapter 21Edit

Chapter 21—Civic Achievement Award Program in Honor of Office of Speaker of House of Representatives

Chapter 22Edit

Chapter 22aEdit

Chapter 23Edit

Chapter 23—Government Employee Rights

Chapter 24Edit

Chapter 24—Congressional Accountability

Chapter 25Edit

Chapter 26Edit

Chapter 27Edit

Chapter 27—Sound Recording Preservation by the Library of Congress

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "United States Code". Office of the Law Revision Counsel. Retrieved November 21, 2015.

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