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Section and 2615
The Court found that Section 2615 of the Welfare and Institutions Code of California violated Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution.
Therefore, any state law aimed toward prohibiting the transport of an individual is, by the opinion of the court, an unconstitutional barrier to interstate commerce .” In the defense of Section 2615, California noted that recent influxes of migrant laborers into the state had generated complex issues throughout the local economy, contributing to downturns in healthcare and morality among the general population.

Section and Welfare
Another crucial turning point was the nationwide sit-in in 1977 of government buildings operated by HEW ( the U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare ), conceived by Frank Bowe and organized by the American Coalition of Citizens with Disabilities, that led to the release of regulations pursuant to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
* 1926-Llanbradach ( Section A ) / Troedyrhiw Welfare ( Section B )
The V-Disc project actually began in June 1941, six months before the United States ' involvement in World War II, when Captain Howard Bronson was assigned to the Army's Recreation and Welfare Section as a musical advisor.
* Section 5150 ( Involuntary psychiatric hold ), of California's Welfare and Institutions Code
Section 2 of the Animal Welfare Act ( 7 U. S. C.
The number is underpinned in legislation by the Social Welfare ( Consolidation ) Act, 2005 ( Section 262 ) and a number of amendments, including data protection, has expanded its legal use as well as defining improper usage.
Often working in special interdepartmental commissions, they established relations with the Maternity and Infant Section ( OMM ) of the Commissariat of Health, as well as with the Commissariats of Education, Labor, Social Welfare, and Internal Affairs.

Section and Institutions
Many national libraries cooperate within the National Libraries Section of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions ( IFLA ) to discuss their common tasks, define and promote common standards and carry out projects helping them to fulfil their duties.
Provisions of the 1933 Banking Act that were later repealed or replaced include ( 1 ) Sections 5 ( c ) and 19, which required an owner of more than 50 % of a Federal Reserve System member bank ’ s stock to receive a permit from ( and submit to inspection by ) the Federal Reserve Board to vote that stock ( replaced by the Bank Holding Company Act of 1956 ); ( 2 ) Section 8, which established the Federal Open Market Committee ( FOMC ) made up of representatives from each of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks ( replaced by the Federal Reserve Board-dominated FOMC established by the Banking Act of 1935 ); ( 3 ) Section 11 ( b ), which prohibited interest payments on demand deposits ( repealed by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of 2010 ) and authorized the Federal Reserve Board to limit interest rates on time deposits ( phased out by the Depository Institutions Deregulation and Monetary Control Act of 1980 ), both of which interest limitations were incorporated into Regulation Q, and ( 4 ) Section 12, which prohibited Federal Reserve System member bank loans to their executive officers and required the repayment of outstanding loans ( replaced by the 1935 Banking Act ’ s regulation of such loans and modified by later legislation ).
Section 92 ( 7 ) lists as one of the " exclusive powers of provincial legislatures " " The Establishment, Maintenance, and Management of Hospitals, Asylums, Charities, and Eleemosynary Institutions in and for the Province, other than Marine Hospitals.
Section 1344 has subsequently been bolstered by the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act of 1989 ( FIRREA ), Pub.
Many national libraries cooperate within the National Libraries Section of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions ( IFLA ) to discuss their common tasks, define and promote common standards and carry out projects helping them to fulfil their duties.
* National Libraries Section of the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions ( IFLA )
* " Bank " or " finance company " ( or any derivative of the words ), unless consent is obtained from the Minister of Finance, pursuant to Section 15 of the Banking and Financial Institutions Act 1989.
The secretariat to the review process ( for initial accreditation, and reaccreditation every five years ) is provided by the National Institutions and Regional Mechanisms Section of the OHCHR.
The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions ( IFLA ) has a Health and Biosciences Libraries Section.

Section and Code
In addition to the penalties provided in Title 18, United States Code, Section 1001, any person guilty of any act, as provided therein, with respect to any matter under this Title, shall forfeit all rights under this Title, and, if payment shall have been made or granted, the Commission shall take such action as may be necessary to recover the same.
Section 203 of the United States Code voids an assignment of a claim against the Government unless made after it has been allowed, the amount due has been ascertained, and a warrant for its payment has been issued.
Section 203 of the United States Code has been interpreted as not applying to claims against the Government transferred in tax-free reorganizations.
California has accepted the provisions of that Act ( as have all other States ) by enacting into our Code ( Section 2051 ) a provision that
Our leadership in a wide economic boycott of South Africa would be not only in accord, it seems, with the moral conscience of America, not to be denied because we also as a people have widespread injustice in the relations of the races in our own country, but also in accord with our law, U.S. Code Title 19, Section 1307, which forbids the importation of goods made by forced or convict labor.
* Assault with a weapon: Section 267 ( a ) of the Code.
* Assault causing bodily harm: See assault causing bodily harm Section 267 ( b ) of the Code.
* Aggravated assault: Section 268 of the Code.
: Section 270 of the Code.
* Sexual assault: Section 271 of the Code.
* Sexual assault with a weapon or threats or causing bodily harm: Section 272 of the Code.
* California Penal Code Section 158: " Common barratry is the practice of exciting groundless judicial proceedings, and is punishable by imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding six months and by fine not exceeding one thousand dollars ($ 1, 000 ).
* California Penal Code Section 159: " No person can be convicted of common barratry except upon proof that he has excited suits or proceedings at law in at least three instances, and with a corrupt or malicious intent to vex and annoy.
The commandant performs all other functions prescribed in Section 5043 in Title 10 of the United States Code or delegates those duties and responsibilities to other officers in his administration in his name.
The responsibilities of the Commandant are outlined in Title 10, Section 5043 the United States Code and is " Subject to the authority, direction, and control of the Secretary of the Navy ".
The current statutory authorization for the Distinguished Service Medal is Title 10, United States Code, Section 3743.
Under Section 377A of the Penal Code, the introduction of the penis into the anus or mouth of another person is considered a " carnal intercourse against the order of nature " and is punishable with imprisonment of 20 years maximum and whipping.
California effected regulations in 2000 that forced gun locks to be approved by a firearm safety device laboratory via California Penal Code Section 12088.
Until 2007, the California Penal Code Section 26 stated that " Idiots " were one of six types of people who are not capable of committing crimes.
The investigations targeted businesses selling drug paraphernalia, mostly marijuana pipes and bongs, under a little-used statute ( Title 21, Section 863 ( a ) of the U. S. Code ).
Under his administration, Section 936 of the U. S. Internal Revenue Tax Code () was implemented as an economic incentive.
Reacting to fears of Communist subversion, Bennett invoked the controversial Section 98 of the Criminal Code of Canada.
Section 322 ( 1 ) of the Criminal Code of Canada provides the general definition for theft in Canada:
Section 80. 1 of the Criminal Code, contained in the schedule of the Australian Criminal Code Act 1995, defines treason as follows:

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