Supervision of public buildings and grounds in District of Columbia not otherwise provided for by law.
Protection of Federal Government buildings in District of Columbia.
Application of District of Columbia laws to public buildings and grounds.
Regulation of private and semipublic buildings adjacent to public buildings and grounds.
Approval by Administrator of General Services.
Buildings on reservations, parks, or public grounds.
Advertisements and sales in or around Washington Monument.
Use of public buildings for public ceremonies.
Improper appropriation of streets.
Jurisdiction over portion of Constitution Avenue.
Record of transfer of jurisdiction between Director of National Park Service and Mayor of District of Columbia.
Transfer of jurisdiction between Federal and District of Columbia authorities.
Public spaces resulting from filling of canals.
Temporary occupancy of Potomac Park by Secretary of Agriculture.
Part of Washington Aqueduct for playground purposes.
SUBCHAPTER III—SERVICES FOR FACILITIES
Contract to rent buildings in the District of Columbia not to be made until appropriation enacted.
Rent of other buildings.
Delivery of fuel for use during ensuing fiscal year.
Reservation of parking spaces for Members of Congress.
Ailanthus trees prohibited.
Use of greenhouses and nursery for trees, shrubs, and plants.
E. Barrett Prettyman United States Courthouse.
Services for Office of Personnel Management.
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