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Title 4 of the United States Code

Title 4 of the United States Code outlines the role of flag of the United States, Great Seal of the United States, Washington, DC, and the states in the United States Code.

Chapter 1

Chapter 1: The Flag

  • § 1 — Flag; stripes and stars on
  • § 2 — Same; additional stars
  • § 3 — Use of flag for advertising purposes; mutilation of flag
  • § 4 — Pledge of allegiance to the flag; manner of delivery
  • § 5 — Display and use of flag by civilians; codification of rules and customs; definition
  • § 6 — Time and occasions for display
  • § 7 — Position and manner of display
  • § 8 — Respect for flag
  • § 9 — Conduct during hoisting, lowering or passing of flag
  • § 10 — Modification of rules and customs by President

Note that 36 U.S.C. § 110 is where Flag Day is codified.

Chapter 2

Chapter 2: The Seal

  • § 41 — Seal of the United States
  • § 42 — Same; custody and use of

Chapter 3

Chapter 3: Seat of the Government

  • § 71 — Permanent seat of Government
  • § 72 — Public offices; at seat of Government
  • § 73 — Same; removal from seat of Government

Chapter 4

Chapter 4: The States

  • § 101 — Oath by members of legislatures and officers
  • § 102 — Same; by whom administered
  • § 103 — Assent to purchase of lands for forts
  • § 104 — Tax on motor fuel sold on military or other reservation
  • § 105 — State, and so forth, taxation affecting Federal areas; sales or use tax
  • § 106 — Same; income tax
  • § 107 — Same; exception of United States, its instrumentalities, and authorized purchases
  • § 108 — Same; jurisdiction of United States over Federal areas unaffected
  • § 109 — Same; exception of Indians
  • § 110 — Same; definitions
  • § 111 — Same; taxation affecting Federal employees; income tax
  • § 112 — Compacts between States for cooperation in prevention of crime; consent of Congress
  • § 113 — Residence of Members of Congress for State income tax laws
  • § 114 — Limitation on State income taxation of certain pension income
  • § 115 — Limitation on State authority to tax compensation paid to individuals performing services at Fort Campbell, Kentucky
  • § 116 — Rules for determining State and local government treatment of charges related to mobile telecommunications services
  • § 117 — Sourcing rules
  • § 118 — Limitations
  • § 119 — Electronic databases for nationwide standard numeric jurisdictional codes
  • § 120 — Procedure if no electronic database provided
  • § 121 — Correction of erroneous data for place of primary use
  • § 122 — Determination of place of primary use
  • § 123 — Scope; special rules
  • § 124 — Definitions
  • § 125 — Nonseverability
  • § 126 — No inference

Chapter 5

Chapter 5: Official Territorial Papers

  • § 141 — Collection, preparation and publication
  • § 142 — Appointment of experts
  • § 143 — Employment and utilization of other personnel; cost of copy reading and indexing
  • § 144 — Cooperation of departments and agencies
  • § 145 — Printing and distribution
  • § 146 — Authorization of appropriations

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