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a finding to that effect and, not sooner than 30 days after giving notice of the finding to all interested persons, shall transmit the name of the contractor or subcontractor to the Comptroller General.
(2) BAN ON AWARDING CONTRACTS.-The Comptroller General shall distribute each name transmitted under paragraph (1) to all agencies of the Federal Government. Unless the Secretary otherwise recommends, the contractor, subcontractor, or any person in which the contractor or subcontractor has a substantial interest may not be awarded a contract subject to this section until three years have elapsed from the date the name is transmitted to the Comptroller General. The Secretary shall terminate the ban if, before the end of the three-year period, the Secretary, after affording interested persons due notice and an opportunity for a hearing, is satisfied that a contractor or subcontractor whose name was transmitted to the Comptroller General will comply responsibly with the requirements of this section. The Comptroller General shall inform all Government agencies after being informed of the Secretary's action.
(3) JUDICIAL REVIEW.-A person aggrieved by the Secretary's action under this subsection or subsection (b) may file with the appropriate United States court of appeals a petition for review of the Secretary's action within 60 days after receiving notice of the Secretary's action. The clerk of the court immediately shall send a copy of the petition to the Secretary. The Secretary then shall file with the court the record on which the action is based. The findings of fact by the Secretary, if supported by substantial evidence, are final. The court may enter a decree enforcing, modifying, modifying and enforcing, or setting aside any part of, the order of the Secretary or the appropriate Government agency. The judgment of the court may be reviewed by the Supreme Court as provided in section 1254 of title 28.
(d) ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON CONSTRUCTION SAFETY AND HEALTH.
(1) ESTABLISHMENT.-There is an Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health in the Department of Labor. (2) COMPOSITION.-The Committee is composed of nine members appointed by the Secretary, without regard to chapter 33 of title 5, as follows:
(A) Three members shall be individuals representative of contractors to whom this section applies.
(B) Three members shall be individuals representative of employees primarily in the building trades and construction industry engaged in carrying out contracts to which this section applies.
(C) Three members shall be public representatives who shall be selected on the basis of their professional and technical competence and experience in the construction health and safety field.
(3) CHAIRMAN.-The Secretary shall appoint one member as Chairman.
(4) DUTIES.-The Committee shall advise the Secretary(A) in formulating construction safety and health standards and other regulations; and
(B) on policy matters arising in carrying out this section.
(5) EXPERTS AND CONSULTANTS.-The Secretary may appoint special advisory and technical experts or consultants as may be necessary to carry out the functions of the Committee. (6) COMPENSATION AND EXPENSES.-Committee members are entitled to receive compensation at rates the Secretary fixes, but not more than $100 a day, including traveltime, when performing Committee business, and expenses under section 5703 of title 5.
§3705. Safety programs
The Secretary of Labor shall
(1) provide for the establishment and supervision of programs for the education and training of employers and employees in the recognition, avoidance, and prevention of unsafe working conditions in employment covered by this chapter; and
(2) collect reports and data and consult with and advise employers as to the best means of preventing injuries.
§ 3706. Limitations, variations, tolerances, and exemptions The Secretary of Labor may provide reasonable limitations to, and may prescribe regulations allowing reasonable variations to, tolerances from, and exemptions from, this chapter that the Secretary may find necessary and proper in the public interest to prevent injustice or undue hardship or to avoid serious impairment of the conduct of Federal Government business.
§ 3707. Contractor certification or contract clause in acquisition of commercial items not required
In a contract to acquire a commercial item (as defined in section 4 of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy Act (41 U.S.C. 403)), a certification by a contractor or a contract clause may not be required to implement a prohibition or requirement in this chapter. § 3708. Criminal penalties
A contractor or subcontractor having a duty to employ, direct, or control a laborer or mechanic employed in the performance of work contemplated by a contract to which this chapter applies that intentionally violates this chapter shall be fined under title 18, imprisoned for not more than six months, or both.
PART B-UNITED STATES CAPITOL
CHAPTER 51-UNITED STATES CAPITOL BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS
5102. Legal description and jurisdiction of United States Capitol Grounds. 5103. Restrictions on public use of United States Capitol Grounds.
5104. Unlawful activities.
In this chapter, the term "Capitol Buildings" means the United States Capitol, the Senate and House Office Buildings and garages,
the Capitol Power Plant, all subways and enclosed passages connecting two or more of those structures, and the real property underlying and enclosed by any of those structures.
$5102. Legal description and jurisdiction of United States Capitol Grounds
(a) LEGAL DESCRIPTION.—The United States Capitol Grounds comprises all squares, reservations, streets, roadways, walks, and other areas as defined on a map entitled "Map showing areas comprising United States Capitol Grounds", dated June 25, 1946, approved by the Architect of the Capitol, and recorded in the Office of the Surveyor of the District of Columbia in book 127, page 8, including all additions added by law after June 25, 1946. (b) JURISDICTION.
(1) ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL.-The jurisdiction and control over the Grounds, vested prior to July 31, 1946, by law in the Architect, is extended to the entire area of the Grounds. Except as provided in paragraph (2), the Architect is responsible for the maintenance and improvement of the Grounds, including those streets and roadways in the Grounds as shown on the map referred to in subsection (a) as being under the jurisdiction and control of the Commissioners of the District of Columbia. (2) MAYOR OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.—
(A) IN GENERAL.-The Mayor of the District of Columbia is responsible for the maintenance and improvement of those portions of the following streets which are situated between the curblines of those streets: Constitution Avenue from Second Street Northeast to Third Street Northwest, First Street from D Street Northeast to D Street Southeast, D Street from First Street Southeast to Washington Avenue Southwest, and First Street from the north side of Louisiana Avenue to the intersection of C Street and Washington Avenue Southwest, Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest from First Street Northwest to Third Street Northwest, Maryland Avenue Southwest from First Street Southwest to Third Street Southwest, Second Street Northeast from F Street Northeast to C Street Southeast; C Street Southeast from Second Street Southeast to First Street Southeast; that portion of Maryland Avenue Northeast from Second Street Northeast to First Street Northeast; that portion of New Jersey Avenue Northwest from D Street Northwest to Louisiana Avenue; that portion of Second Street Southwest from the north curb of D Street to the south curb of Virginia Avenue Southwest; that portion of Virginia Avenue Southwest from the east curb of Second Street Southwest to the west curb of Third Street Southwest; that portion of Third Street Southwest from the south curb of Virginia Avenue Southwest to the north curb of D Street Southwest; that portion of D Street Southwest from the west curb of Third Street Southwest to the east curb of Second Street Southwest; that portion of Washington Avenue Southwest, including sidewalks and traffic islands, from the south curb of Independence Avenue Southwest to the west curb of South Capitol Street.
(B) REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE OF UTILITY SERVICES.— The Mayor may enter any part of the Grounds to repair or maintain or, subject to the approval of the Architect,
construct or alter, any utility service of the District of Columbia Government.
§ 5103. Restrictions on public use of United States Capitol Grounds
Public travel in, and occupancy of, the United States Capitol Grounds is restricted to the roads, walks, and places prepared for that purpose.
$5104. Unlawful activities
(a) DEFINITIONS.-In this section
(1) ACT OF PHYSICAL VIOLENCE.-The term "act of physical violence" means any act involving—
(A) an assault or other infliction or threat of infliction of death or bodily harm on an individual; or
(B) damage to, or destruction of, real or personal property.
(2) DANGEROUS WEAPON.-The term "dangerous weapon" includes
(A) all articles enumerated in section 14(a) of the Act of July 8, 1932 (ch. 465, 47 Stat. 654); and
(B) a device designed to expel or hurl a projectile capable of causing injury to individuals or property, a dagger, a dirk, a stiletto, and a knife having a blade over three inches in length.
(3) EXPLOSIVES.-The term "explosives" has the meaning given that term in section 841(d) of title 18.
(4) FIREARM.-The term "firearm" has the meaning given that term in section 921(3) of title 18.
(b) OBSTRUCTION OF ROADS.-A person may not occupy the roads in the United States Capitol Grounds in a manner that obstructs or hinders their proper use, or use the roads in the area of the Grounds, south of Constitution Avenue and B Street and north of Independence Avenue and B Street, to convey goods or merchandise, except to or from the United States Capitol on Federal Government service.
(c) SALE OF ARTICLES, DISPLAY OF SIGNS, AND SOLICITATIONS.— A person may not carry out any of the following activities in
(1) offer or expose any article for sale.
(2) display a sign, placard, or other form of advertisement. (3) solicit fares, alms, subscriptions, or contributions.
(d) INJURIES TO PROPERTY.-A person may not step or climb on, remove, or in any way injure any statue, seat, wall, fountain, or other erection or architectural feature, or any tree, shrub, plant, or turf, in the Grounds.
(e) CAPITOL GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS SECURITY.—
(1) FIREARMS, DANGEROUS WEAPONS, EXPLOSIVES, OR INCENDIARY DEVICES.-An individual or group of individuals—
(A) except as authorized by regulations prescribed by the Capitol Police Board
(i) may not carry on or have readily accessible to any individual on the Grounds or in any of the Capitol Buildings a firearm, a dangerous weapon, explosives, or an incendiary device;
(ii) may not discharge a firearm or explosives, use a dangerous weapon, or ignite an incendiary device,
on the Grounds or in any of the Capitol Buildings;
(iii) may not transport on the Grounds or in any of the Capitol Buildings explosives or an incendiary device; or
(B) may not knowingly, with force and violence, enter or remain on the floor of either House of Congress. (2) VIOLENT ENTRY AND DISORDERLY CONDUCT.-An individual or group of individuals may not willfully and knowingly
(A) enter or remain on the floor of either House of Congress or in any cloakroom or lobby adjacent to that floor, in the Rayburn Room of the House of Representatives, or in the Marble Room of the Senate, unless authorized to do so pursuant to rules adopted, or an authorization given, by that House;
(B) enter or remain in the gallery of either House of Congress in violation of rules governing admission to the gallery adopted by that House or pursuant to an authorization given by that House;
(C) with the intent to disrupt the orderly conduct of official business, enter or remain in a room in any of the Capitol Buildings set aside or designated for the use of either House of Congress or a Member, committee, officer, or employee of Congress or either House of Congress;
(D) utter loud, threatening, or abusive language, or engage in disorderly or disruptive conduct, at any place in the Grounds or in any of the Capitol Buildings with the intent to impede, disrupt, or disturb the orderly conduct of a session of Congress or either House of Congress, or the orderly conduct in that building of a hearing before, or any deliberations of, a committee of Congress or either House of Congress;
(E) obstruct, or impede passage through or within, the Grounds or any of the Capitol Buildings;
(F) engage in an act of physical violence in the Grounds. or any of the Capitol Buildings; or
(G) parade, demonstrate, or picket in any of the Capitol Buildings.
(3) EXEMPTION OF GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS.-This subsection does not prohibit any act performed in the lawful discharge of official duties by
(A) a Member of Congress;
(B) an employee of a Member of Congress;
(C) an officer or employee of Congress or a committee of Congress; or
(D) an officer or employee of either House of Congress or a committee of that House.
(f) PARADES, ASSEMBLAGES, AND DISPLAY OF FLAGS.-Except as provided in section 5106 of this title, a person may not―
(1) parade, stand, or move in processions or assemblages in the Grounds; or
(2) display in the Grounds a flag, banner, or device designed or adapted to bring into public notice a party, organization,