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  • Laws and Statutes
    • 10-100
        • Fake police code that Chandler makes up when he goes to the restroom: Officer Bing has got a 10-100. That's pee-pee. (Season 5 episode The One With Rachel's Inadvertent Kiss)
    • The 11th Commandment
        • According to Try-N-Save security guard Don Brodky, "Thou shalt not steal" (Season 7 episode Marge Be Not Proud)
    • 211th Amendment To The Constitution
        • In the opening paragraph of the story, Vonnegut writes that it is the year 2081, and everybody is literally equal because of the 211th, 212th, and 213th Amendments to the United States Constitution.
    • 212th Amendment To The Constitution
        • In the opening paragraph of the story, Vonnegut writes that it is the year 2081, and everybody is literally equal because of the 211th, 212th, and 213th Amendments to the United States Constitution.
    • 213th Amendment To The Constitution
        • In the opening paragraph of the story, Vonnegut writes that it is the year 2081, and everybody is literally equal because of the 211th, 212th, and 213th Amendments to the United States Constitution.
    • The 28th Amendment
        • The statue that Arthur invokes when he gets arrested, which prohibits law enforcement from exposing a super's identity or place of residence. Also means a lot of paperwork. (Season 1 episode Where's My Mind, Season 2 episode Hot Beige!)
    • 3-14
        • Police code that Chief Wiggum quotes to Homer when Homer points out that the police station is on fire: Pointing out police stupidity. He also mentions a 3-14 and a 3-15, but can't seem to remember what those are. (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder)
    • 3-15
        • Police code that Chief Wiggum quotes to Homer when Homer points out that the police station is on fire: Pointing out police stupidity. He also mentions a 3-14 and a 3-15, but can't seem to remember what those are. (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder)
    • 3-17
        • Police code that Chief Wiggum quotes to Homer when Homer points out that the police station is on fire: Pointing out police stupidity. He also mentions a 3-14 and a 3-15, but can't seem to remember what those are. (Season 11 episode Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder)
    • 33rd Amendment New record added 6/16/2021
        • The 33rd Amendment outlawed smoking, leading to the creation of underground nightclubs known as a “smoke-easy”, such as Limpy’s, where Doug meets Dr. Avery Collingsworth. (Chapter 3)
    • 61st Amendment
        • Law that allowed Arnold Schwarzenegger to become president even though he wasn't a natural born citizen.
    • 68-C Immigration Act
        • You are under arrest. Article 68-C Immigration Act.
    • A.E.G.I.S. Article 1026-B
        • Superhero Flexon filed an injunction requesting the immediate release of Lobstercules under A.E.G.I.S. Article 1026-B, which states that coerced criminal action cannot be cause for imprisonment. It was rejected. (Season 2 episode Joan!)
    • The Anti Immunity Bill
        • Proposed legislation that would make wearing a probe screen known as a hood that shields thoughts from psychic surveillance.
    • Article 14, Section 31
        • "And, Captain Pike, Section 31 may not be the shining beacon of righteous conduct you want it to be, but they are a critical intelligence division, and we have more pressing priorities than debating Article 14 of Starfleet's charter." (Season 2 episode Saints of Imperfection)
    • Article 3, Section 7
        • Section of a law that Dr. Matthew Maker shouts out when the rejected clones begin to revolt: "Expressions of free will and independent thought are strictly prohibited!" (Season 1 episode Matchmaker)
    • Article 326 Of The RM Code
        • A Certified Reaction Monitor, aka pollster, aka busybody, named John Cromwell, CRM #1146-A2, representing Foster Opinion Sampling Foundation, shows up at Horace Sisken's party in Chapter 1 with a Type A priority survey. Horace refuses to answer any questions, quoting Article 326 of the RM code: "Recreational activities are not to be interrupted for monitoring purposes." (Chapter 1)
    • Article 417
        • On the repressed technology world, certain technologies are outlawed by Article 417, the anti-technology statutes. (Season 2 episode Gillian of the Spirits)
    • Article 6-Rulu, Uniform Code of Admiralty Conduct, Section 19
        • Regulation Captain Braca uses to relieve Commandant Grayza of command. (Season 4 episode We're So Screwed, Part 3: La Bomba)
    • Article Four
        • Law concerning the emergency release of Tulsa police weapons. (Season 1 episode It's Summer and We're Running Out of Ice)
    • Article I
        • Larraq attempts to commandeer Moya under Peacekeeper Article I as part of his Priority Red One mission. (Season 1 episode A Bug's Life)
    • Article III Section 5
        • Law on the world where the youth are in charge. "Signs refusing service are required to be posted in a location clearly visible from the exterior of said establishment." (Season 2 episode The Young and the Relentless)
    • The Articles Of World Federation
        • Laws that created the World Federation. "The principle itself was never abolished, being embalmed in Articles I & IX of the Amendments to the Constitution of the United States of America-and therefore nominal law for many humans-even though the basic document had been almost superseded in actual practice by the Articles of World Federation."
    • Artificial Intelligence Laws of 2006
        • Founder and former CEO of PharmaKom Anna Kalmann has Swiss Citizenship under the Artificial Intelligence Laws of 2006.
    • Bill 949-C
        • Councilman Jamm proposes a bill that that only allows someone to vote in a Pawnee election if their I.D. lists an official Pawnee address. (Season 6 episode Filibuster)
    • Bondsman Guild Protocol Waiver
        • IG-11 references subparagraph 16 of the Bondsman Guild protocol waiver when attacking the compound. (Season 1 episode Chapter 1)
    • The Boy Scout Rule Of Ds
        • According to Adam, if you accidentally see someone's dick, the only way to set the universe right is to show them your dick. (Season 1 episode We Be Ballin')
    • Brad's Law
        • Any deer shot by a hunter is that hunter's property regardless of how far it runs or who intercepts it before it dies. (Season 2 episode A Rickle in Time)
    • Campaign Finance Reform and Donor Disclosure Act
        • Act President Robert Redford signs into law in 1993, which stops Veidt from using his wealth to further influence the Democratic Party. (Peteypedia supplemental materials - HBO website)
    • The Charter Of The New Republic
        • Charter that Kuiil mentions when telling his story about reprogramming the bounty droid: "I recovered the flotsam and staked it as my own in accordance with the Charter of the New Republic." (Chapter 7 The Reckoning)
    • Code 6110
        • Imperial code that Sabine mentions when she gets busted by a stormtrooper in the Jedi temple on Lothal. Sabine: "I was just following protocol sir, Code 6110." Stormtrooper: "That's military code. This operation is classified under Directive AT-1-4." (Season 4 episode A World Between Worlds)
    • Code 698
        • Law authorizing the security team at the Sybaris residential complex - Security Systems building that Edison Carter breaks into - to use deadly force (Season 1 episode Security Systems)
    • The Code Of Elves
        • 1: Treat every day like Christmas. 2: There's room for everyone on the Nice list. 3: The best way to spread Christmas Cheer.
    • The Code of Harry
        • The set of rules that Harry taught Dexter so he wouldn't get caught killing bad guys. (Season 1 episode Dexter)
    • Code One Alpha Zero
        • Starfleet Emergency procedure requiring all personnel to alert stations aboard a starship. Commander Riker orders a Code One Alpha Zero when he learns that the USS Jenolan crashed on the outer surface of the Dyson sphere. (Season 6 episode Relics)
        • Starfleet Emergency procedure requiring all personnel to alert stations aboard a starship. Captain Kirk orders a Code One Alpha Zero when Krall attacks the Enterprise.
    • The Code New record added 5/28/2021
        • The Union of Justice superhero team lives by the Code - to never kill. (Season 1 episode By Dawn's Early Light)
    • Commerce Treaty Of 1647
        • Agreement between the Republic and the Trade Federation to ensure the latter's neutrality during times of war. (Season 3 episode Sphere of Influence)
    • Compulsory Benefit Bill of 2021
        • She looked at her husband. He was seated at the table, staring up at the Free-Vee with steady, vacant concentration. He had been watching it for weeks now. It wasn't like him. He hated it, always had. Of course, every Development apartment had one—it was the law—but it was still legal to turn them off. The Compulsory Benefit Bill of 2021 had failed to get the required two-thirds majority by six votes. Ordinarily they never watched it. But ever since Cathy had gotten sick, he had been watching the big-money giveaways. It filled her with sick fear.
    • The Compulsory Birth Control Act
        • The Thirty-ninth Amendment to the Constitution, which regulated the number of children a citizen could have.
    • Corrodium-3 Deduction
        • Fictional U.S. tax deduction that Gloria Sullivan asks Darryl Zero to explain when she's testing him on his claim of being an accountant. He explains that the Corrodium 3 deduction is the most widely misunderstood deduction in the book. It is an incentive used by large manufacturers who are able to moderate their use of Class 3 decay toxins such as Corrodium and Maalgorium.
    • The Creativity Curtailment Act
        • Law outlawing creativity. Sign on an abandoned art gallery: NOTICE - This facility has been found in violation of Federal Order #534B The Creativity Curtailment Act. (Season 5 episode Map of the Mind)
    • Criminal Code Section 12 Paragraph 7
        • Criminal code Phoebe mentions that she and her new cop boyfriend Gary violated they took a little detour during their stroll in the park. (Season 5 episode The One With Rachel's Inadvertent Kiss)
    • The Cutter's Code
        • I. A Cutter cannot sell or give away Zoe footage. II. A Cutter cannot have a Zoe implant. III. A Cutter cannot mix Zoe footage from different lives for a Rememory.
    • The Defense of Police Act
        • Also known as DOPA, amendment to the Keene Act that was passed after the White Night. Senator Joe Keene wrote DOPA so police officers could wear masks which would protect their identities. (Season 1 episode She Was Killed by Space Junk)
    • Dinstman-Lenhoff Bill
        • Maia registered her precognitive insight ability under the Dinstman-Lenhoff Bill. (Season 2 episode Wake Up Call, Part 1) Legislation written by Senator Roalnd Lenhoff. (Season 4 episode The Truth and Nothing But the Truth)
    • Directive AT-1-4
        • Imperial directive that a stormtrooper mentions when he busts Sabine in the Jedi temple on Lothal. Sabine: "I was just following protocol sir, Code 6110." Stormtrooper: "That's military code. This operation is classified under Directive AT-1-4." (Season 4 episode A World Between Worlds)
    • Domestic Intelligence Surveillance Act
        • Law Kiera quotes in episode Minute Man: Unregistered media, analogue or printed materials, physical video or audio media is classified contraband under Section 702 of the Domestic Intelligence Surveillance Act.
    • Don't Be Stupid Rules
        • The rules Hopper comes up with for Eleven when she comes to live with him in his cabin. (Season 2 episode Chapter Three: The Pollywog)
    • Emergency Health Powers Act
        • Echo Lawrence: Give me a break. At dawn, that redneck sheriff pulls up next to our car and bullhorns that we're in violation of the federal Emergency Health Powers Act and the I-SEE-U curfew. We didn't want to leave Mrs. Casey unprotected, but the Big Chief Sheriff points his gun at us and says, "How about you-all come into town for some questioning…"
    • Emergency Orders 6 & 7
        • Put into effect when unauthorized ships enter Elysium airspace.
    • Emergency Quarantine Order 74
        • Law passed to contain the 4400 when they become sick. (Season 2 episode The Fifth Page)
    • Endangered Species Act
        • Federation Law: If a Starfleet vessel were to come across an endangered species, protocol required the transport of the creature to a xenologic facility or sanctuary. (Season 1 episode 7 Music to Make the Sanest Man Go Mad)
    • Environmental Impact and Sustainability Act
        • Newly passed act that Chuck mentions as he transcribers his notes when Jimmy comes in to tell him he passed the bar in a flashback sequence. (Season 1 episode RICO)
    • Euphrates Treaty
        • The new Euphrates Treaty between the Centauri and the Narn involves claims on the Euphrates sector. (Season 1 episode Born to the Purple)
    • Executive Order 355
        • According to executive order 355, Elysium is unauthorized to use their assets on Earth.
    • Executive Order 768-4
        • Cited by FBI agent at airport when they commandeer a Hummer.
    • Families Come First
        • Ballot initiative 242 that Marge proposes, from her PPASSCCATAG activist group: Proud Parents Against Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples, and Teens, and Gays. (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
    • Federal Statute 537-29
        • Law that rendered the parole system obsolete twenty-nine years ago.
    • Federal Statutes 113/24B and C
        • When the sliders find themselves in a dinosaur sanctuary, they are threatened with arrest for trespassing on a restricted preserve, destruction of an endangered species, otherwise known as poaching. (Season 2 episode In Dino Veritas)
    • Ferengi Bill of Opportunities
        • Grand Nagus Zek adds an amendment to the Ferengi Bill of Opportunities giving Ferengi females the right to wear clothes. (Season 6 episode Profit and Lace)
    • Ferengi Bylaw Section 105, Sub Paragraph Ten
        • Upon reaching adulthood, Ferengi males must purchase an apprenticeship from a suitable role model. (Season 3 episode Heart of Stone)
    • Ferengi Trade Bylaws
        • Ferengi Commerce Authority liquidator Brunt serves Quark with a Writ of Accountability for violating Ferengi Trade Bylaw Subsection 1,027, Paragraph 3: "Improper supervision of a family member" for his mother Ishka. (Season 3 episode Family Business)
    • The First Law Of Robotics
        • A robot may not injure a human being, or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
    • The Five Principles Of Liberty
        • Life in Utopia is governed by "the Five Principles of Liberty", which are privacy, free movement, unlimited knowledge, truthfulness, and free discussion (allowing criticism).
    • Form 15-50: Special Status Exemption Waiver
        • One of the forms required for Arthur and The Tick's request for maximum security prison visitation to Lobstercules. "The one form almost everyone forgets."(Season 2 episode Categorically Speaking)
    • Form 395 Tack Two Charlie
        • Form that has to be completed before allowed to leave Eureka, filed at the DOD (Season 1 episode Invincible)
    • Form 5-11C
        • One of the forms required for Arthur and The Tick's request for maximum security prison visitation to Lobstercules. (Season 2 episode Categorically Speaking)
    • Form 924/B
        • Standard form to "undead" someone (Season 1 episode Many Happy Returns)
    • Form CRM-114
        • A financial transaction form number. Reference to the C.R.M. 114 Discriminator radio device in Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove.
    • Form I.A. 248
        • Department of Defense form that must be submitted for an "intimate alliance”, i.e. Sheriff Carter and Allison Blake's romantic relationship (Season 4 episode Clash of the Titans)
    • The Galactic Concordance
        • After being extracted out of conflict zones on Coruscant, Imperial Grand Vizier Mas Amedda contacts Mon Mothma and sues for peace, initiating talks that culminate in the signing of the Galactic Concordance.
        • After being extracted out of conflict zones on Coruscant, Imperial Grand Vizier Mas Amedda contacts Mon Mothma and sues for peace, initiating talks that culminate in the signing of the Galactic Concordance.
    • GCC Civil Regulation, Section Two
        • From episode So Do Our Minutes Hasten. law Law quoted regarding a illegal political gathering.
    • The Gene Guard Act
        • Law mentioned on the promotional Dinosaur Protection Group website: The Ethical Negligence within Paleo-Genetic-Resurrection (ENPGR) Bill was passed under the new simpler title Gene Guard Act in 1997, as a response to the San Diego incident. It was formed by the US House Committee of Science (UHCS) working with key members of InGen's senior management. This Act would extend existing dinosaur specimens the same rights and protections as other endangered animals, as well as restrict any further access to the islands owned by InGen. It also prohibited any further cloning of new prehistoric fauna or flora by the company, which was committed (at the time) to upholding strict ethical regulations concerning the animals.
    • General Order 1
        • Precursor to The Prime Directive, which Captain Pike cites as reason not to reveal the truth to the residents of New Eden. (Season 2 episode New Eden)
    • The Golden Rule
        • One of the three rules of behavior, according to the Quinlan named Theresa, whom Bob befriends on the Hurricane:Treat others as they'd like to be treated. (Heaven's River)
    • The Government Knows Best Act
        • After a photograph of Bart mooning the American flag goes viral, America turns on the Simpsons, and then Springfield, the Simpsons get arrested. (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
    • The Great Balance
        • The central, organizing truth of the Kelpien people - a way of life oriented toward death and the role that that the Ba'ul play in it. (Season 2 episode An Obol for Charon)
    • The Great Truth
        • All men are one, and there is no will save the will of all men together.
    • Health Ordinance 32
        • Law restricting sale of unlicensed extraterrestrial... "foodstuffs"
    • Holgee's Theorem
        • Order is merely a primitive an arbitrary relational grouping of objects in the chaos of the universe, and that, if a beings intelligence and power approached maximum, is coefficient of control (considered as the product of intelligence and power, and expressed by the symbol ing) would approach minimum - due to the disastrous geometric progression of objects to be comprehended and controlled outstripping the arithmetic progression of Grasp.
    • Household Rule #856, Subsection D, Paragraph 2: We Do Not Eat The Cat.
        • Rule made for ALF living in the Tanner household (Season 1 episode Going Out of My Head Over You)
    • The I Love California Amendment
        • Exorbitantly expensive and astonishingly titled amendment that allows Governor Woodchuck to race Mr. Peanutbutter down Devil's Mountain (Season 4 episode See Mr. Peanutbutter Run)
    • I-SEE-U Curfew
        • Echo Lawrence: Give me a break. At dawn, that redneck sheriff pulls up next to our car and bullhorns that we're in violation of the federal Emergency Health Powers Act and the I-SEE-U curfew. We didn't want to leave Mrs. Casey unprotected, but the Big Chief Sheriff points his gun at us and says, "How about you-all come into town for some questioning…"
    • The Ilvian Proclamation
        • Law that Kira mentions: Every Bajoran who was a member of the Cardassian occupational government was sentenced to exile. (Season 2 episode The Collaborator)
    • Inter-Dimensional Displacement Restriction
        • Mentioned by Kovich: The Federation couldn't send time soldier Yor back to his original time - and dimension - without breaking the Inter-Dimensional Displacement Restriction provision of the Temporal Accords. (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
    • Interdepartmental Information And Access Release Form
        • One of the forms required for Arthur and The Tick's request for maximum security prison visitation to Lobstercules. (Season 2 episode Categorically Speaking)
    • The Iron Rule
        • One of the three rules of behavior, according to the Quinlan named Theresa, whom Bob befriends on the Hurricane: Treat others less powerful than you however you like. (Heaven's River)
    • Jus Primae Noctis
        • Law by which every capitalist had the right to sleep with any woman working in one of his factories.
    • Khitomer Accords
        • Peace treaty between the Klingons and the Federation.
        • Sisko suggests bringing the Khitomer Accords back to Gowron, for the Federation and the Klingon Empire to stand united against the Dominion. (Season 5 episode By Inferno's Light)
        • When Jadzia claims she negotiated the Khitomer Accords before Worf was even born, Sisko reminds her that was Curzon, not her. (Season 6 episode You Are Cordially Invited)
        • The Klingons withdraw from the Khitomer Accords. (Season 4 episode The Way of the Warrior)
    • The Khitomer Accords
        • When General K'orin steals their shuttlecraft, stranding Boimler and Mariner on Tulgana IV, Boimler they may be violating the Khitomer Accords. (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • The Larkin Decision
        • Precedent resulting from the famous case of General Atomics versus Larkin, in which the High Court ruled that "a corporate person, a mere legal fiction, could not own a planet; therefore the real owners were the flesh-and-blood men who had maintained the occupation-Larkin and Associates."
    • Latham County Penal Code Article 223-7
        • Law that requires you to help or assist anyone in danger as long as it's reasonable todo so. It's new. It's called the Good Samaritan Law. (Season 9 episode The Finale)
    • The Law Of Necessary Opposites
        • "Excellent. Understanding that, we ask, why did The Black One allow even the illusion of Good to exist in an Evil universe? And the answer is found in the Law of Necessary Opposites; for Evil could not be recognized as such without something to contrast it with. The best contrast is an opposite. And the opposite of Evil is Good." The priest smiled triumphantly. "It's so simple and clear-cut, isn't it?"
    • The Law New record added 5/28/2021
        • The official law in the future world of Judge Dredd, enforced by the Judges.
    • The Leslie Knope Fun In The Sun Act
        • Leslie's new bill that will extend public pool hours citywide. (Season 5 episode How a Bill Becomes a Law)
    • Lesser Codicil
        • The priest held up his hand. "Under both the sacred and the profane law, ignorance is no excuse for nonperformance of one's duties. Indeed, ignorance can be punished as an act of willful neglect, based upon the Total Personal Responsibility Act of '23, to say nothing of the Lesser Codicil." He smiled again. "However, there is no question of chastisement for you as yet."
    • LGU Disciplinary Charter, Section 2
        • Rule security guard quotes when telling students at Lions Gate University to disband during free speech demonstration or be subject to expulsion in episode A Minute Changes Everything.
    • Life Debt Relief And Rectification Statute
        • Law government agent mentions when seizing Kiera's mother's belongings in episode Minute Man.
    • Limited Disclosure Application Form
        • One of the forms required for Arthur and The Tick's request for maximum security prison visitation to Lobstercules. (Season 2 episode Categorically Speaking)
    • The Manchurian Test
        • Test that Dr. Culber mentions, that Tyler apparently passed when after escaping from Klingon captivity with Captain Lorca (Season 1 episode 10 Despite Yourself)
    • Mega City Municipal Code 213 New record added 5/28/2021
        • Law that Judge Dredd quotes: "Willful destruction of property". Sentence is 2 years.
    • Mega City Municipal Code 310 New record added 5/28/2021
        • Law that Judge Dredd quotes: "Illegal possession of assault weapons". Sentence is 5 years.
    • Mega City Municipal Code 3613 New record added 5/28/2021
        • Law that Judge Dredd quotes: "The first degree murder of a street judge". Sentence is death.
    • Mega City Municipal Code 457 New record added 5/28/2021
        • Law that Judge Dredd quotes: "Resisting arrest 20 years". Sentence is 20 years.
    • Mega City Municipal Code 7592 New record added 5/28/2021
        • Law that Judge Dredd quotes: "Willful sabotage of a public droid". Sentence: 6 months.
    • Multi-Community Charter of Rights and Freedoms
        • Basically a new combination constitution/bill of rights for the communities in the post-apocalypse. (Season 9 episode Bounty)
    • Mutant Registration Act
        • The bill that Senator Kelly sponsors.
    • National Security Memorandum 10/2 Of 1948
        • The legal mandate enabling the Federal Bureau of Technology Control to protect society by empowering them to deceive the public for the greater good. Also known as The Necessary Lie.
    • National Security Memorandum 68 Of 1950
        • The legal mandate enabling the Federal Bureau of Technology Control to protect society by empowering them to deceive the public for the greater good. also known as The Necessary Lie.
    • New Mexico Hazardous Waste Act Of 1978
        • Law that fake inspector Kuby quotes to the owner of the car wash Bogdan Wolynet, with help from Skyler in his earpiece. (Season 4 episode Open House)
        • Chancellor Palatine's order that turns the clones against the Jedi, leading to the creation of the Galactic Empire.
        • Caleb's master General Billaba is shot and killed by clones following Order 66. (Season 1 episode Aftermath)
        • Lots of discussion around Order 66 when Wrecker's chip activate in the starship graveyard on Bracca. (Season 1 episode Battle Scars)
    • Parking Violation 27B/6
        • Citation Finn and Rose receive for leaving their ship on the beach at Canto Bight - reference to the form in the movie Brazil (twenty-seven-B-stroke-six)
    • The Patch Act
        • GRC legislation which would seek to restore traditional border regulations and fast-track the return to normalcy. (Season 1 episode The Whole World is Watching)
        • WHiH covers GRC meeting to vote on the Patch Act. (Season 1 episode Truth)
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    • Pawnee Charter Article Two, Section Two
        • Be it decreed: Should the taxation of tea rise to an unacceptable level, citizens shall dump Ted into Ramsett Lake. (Season 5 episode Article Two)
    • Pawnee Jobs Bill P-129.4
        • Proposed legislation. Passing it is listed as one of the things that Leslie is for in her campaign ad. (Season 4 episode Campaign Ad)
    • The Peace of All Nations For All Times Treaty of 1627
        • Wolf attempts to create a new world order called the Wolf-Hart Global Initiative, all parties involved signing The Peace of All Nations for All Times Treaty of 1627. (Season 3 episode Trapper's Delight)
    • Penal Code 640.3
        • Law that the police corporal quotes after finding Mr. Mufi with a young boy while searching the apartment complex for Jason Taverner. The new revision of the Penal Code, 640.3, has it that twelve is the age of consent for a minor to engage in a sexual act either with another child of either sex or an adult also of either sex but with only one at a time.
    • Penal Code Section 618A
        • Violation Marge is charged with following her adventure with Ruth Powers - wanton destruction of precious antique cans. (Season 5 episode Marge on the Lam)
    • People's Committee Order 398
        • Notice on the equestrian statue: "Defence of the Republic: Cannibalism. The Public are reminded that the Eating of Human Flesh for whatsoever reason is against the law and is punishable by death or a Fine of 50,000 Guineas. People's Committee. Order 398".
    • Petition For Security Clearance Form
        • One of the forms required for Arthur and The Tick's request for maximum security prison visitation to Lobstercules. (Season 2 episode Categorically Speaking)
    • Prime Directive
        • Arnold Potts, a guest on the Lipschitz Live! TV show, mentions the Prime Direction from Star Trek: "You can't travel to other worlds and interfere with their culture!" (Season 4 episode Lipschitz Live)
        • According to Admiral Vance, Emerald Chain has turned Prime Directive violations into an art form, such as making reckless contact with pre-warp civilizations that have something they want. (Season 3 episode The Sanctuary)
    • The Prime Directive
        • Captain Picard: "Our people have a strict policy of non-interference in other cultures. It's our Prime Directive."
    • Prometheus Protocol
        • The Kronitorium's security code for intruders in the building. (Season 1 episode Prelude to an Apocalypse)
    • Prop 286
        • Law passed known as the Racial Repatriation Act that allows for the round-up of people with racial impurities. Governor Schick's way of preserving American jobs for American workers. (Season 4 episode California Reich)
    • Prop. 199
        • Law on the world the sliders visit right before the world where Rembrandt's counterpart was the King that ensures Quinn's death sentence for spray painting graffiti is carried out quickly, also known as "The instant justice initiative”. (Season 1 episode The King is Back)
    • Proposition 104
        • Marge's sisters put up a billboard supporting a proposition to vote Homer out of Springfield. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Proposition 304
        • Proposed law news reporter mentions: Of course, this is just a television poll which is not legally binding, unless Proposition 304 passes. (Season 6 episode Homer Badman)
    • Protocol 22/B-39
        • Put into effect when unauthorized ships enter Elysium airspace.
    • Public Law 1312
        • Law mentioned during the Wise Girl commercial that plays on the stereo while Caxton and Jill eat dinner at the restaurant in Hagerstown. "Remember, friends, every wise girl uses Wise Girls. Easy to carry, pleasant to take, guaranteed no-fail, and approved for sale without prescription under Public Law 1312, Why take a chance on old-fashioned, unesthetic, harmful, unsure methods? Why risk losing his love and respect?"
    • Public Service Recruitment Pass
        • Commitment Kiera makes to join CPS in episode Minute Man.
    • The Racial Act of 2004
        • According to Killian's file, Ben Richards held racial responses outlawed by the Racial Act of 2004, and made several rather violent responses during the word-association test.
    • RAFTA
        • Newspaper headline on the world where Maggie's counterpart was a famous astronaut: President Stevenson Signs Historic Pact with Space Aliens, referring to RAFTA, the Reticulan-American Free Trade Agreement. (Season 5 episode The Return of Maggie Beckett)
    • The Regional Articles
        • Laws that include citizen rights that live in the Regions. (Story: Evidence)
    • Registration Act
        • Law passed following the destruction of Stamford Elementary during an episode of the superhero reality TV show New Warriors.
    • Regulation 157, Section Three
        • Starfleet regulation that requires officers to abstain from participating in historical events. (Season 2 episode Such Sweet Sorrow)
    • Regulation 157, Section Three, Paragraph 18
        • Regulation quoted to Sisko by the agents of the Department of Temporal Investigations: "Starfleet officers shall take all necessary precautions to minimize any participation in historical events." (Season 5 episode Trials and Tribble-ations)
    • Regulation 17.43 Of The Starfleet Code
        • The ethical code of conduct that Kirk is accused of violating when he cheats on Spock's Kobayashi Maru test.
    • Regulation 19, Section C
        • Starfleet regulation Captain Pike cites when taking command of the Enterprise. (Season 2 episode Brother)
    • Regulations C1922 and F031
        • When Discovery returns to Earth in the future, Captain Ndoye of the United Earth Defense Force informs them that they have violated Regulations C1922 and F031 of the U.E. charter by reaching Earth's perimeter. (Season 3 episode People of Earth)
    • Reinsberg Vs. The State Of Missouri
        • Court case mentioned during the series of news stories that open Part Two: "The High Court upset a ruling of the Supreme Court of the United States in re eligibility to vote in primaries involving Federation Assemblymen in the case of Reinsberg vs. the State of Missouri."
    • Reversal of Freedoms Act of 1994
        • When the Simpsons find a screaming caterpillar known as a screamapillar in Marge's new koi pond, the EPA shows up to inform them that the Reversal of Freedoms Act of 1994 made allowing an endangered species to die a federal offense and that they are now responsible for its well-being. He gives them a pamphlet called "Screamapillar Care Tips". (Season 13 The Frying Game)
    • The Right of Proclamation
        • Ferengi custom that Quark invokes during his Bat'leth battle with Thopok, to stall when his connection with Worf is broken. (Season 5 episode Looking for Par'Mach in all the Wrong Places)
    • Rule 17
        • Dwight: "There are 40 rules all Schrute boys must learn before the age of five." Rule 17 is "Don't turn your back on bears, men you have wronged, or the dominant turkey during mating season." (Season 5 episode The Duel)
    • Rule Number 4.06, Subsection A Paragraph 4
        • Odo: You're out of here! No player shall at any time make contact with the umpire in any manner. The prescribed penalty for the violation is immediate ejection from the game. Rule number 4.06, subsection A paragraph 4 - look it up, but do it in the stands. You're gone. (Season 7 episode Take Me Out to the Holo-Suite)
    • Rush Act New record added 6/15/2021
        • Zento invokes the Rush Act, officially declaring the situation on Babylon 5 an illegal strike. Sinclair is ordered to move in with his troops and end it now. No negotiations, no delay. (Season 1 episode By Any Means Necessary)
    • The Schrute Codes Of Mourning
        • Dwight brings two pails to the office when his aunt dies. Dwight: "In keeping with Schrute custom, I will either invite you to Saturday's funeral by sprinkling red, fertile dirt in your face, or I will ask you to keep a respectful distance during my time of grief, with a dusting of black, slightly acidic soil." (Season 9 episode The Farm)
    • Scientific Protocol 29-C
        • Protocol ARTI quotes when the probe reaches the anomaly on Mars, which dictates that any discovery must undergo sample extraction and analysis.
    • The Second Law Of Robotics
        • A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
    • Section 21-A, Nuclear Disaster Protocol
        • One, secure area. Two, control debris. Three, evacuate casualties.
    • Section 76 Of The Union Code
        • Edouard Kagame is arrested in episode Season 1 episode 1 A Stitch in Time under Section 76 of the Union Code, charged with being the leader of the terrorist group Liber8 and conspiring to plot against the Corporate Congress.
    • Section QV6
        • Department of Defense statute that makes Sheriff Carter obliged to respond to Warren's questions about his relationship with Allison. (Season 4 episode Clash of the Titans)
    • Security Code 30
        • Security code that Investo the Robot blurts out when Bart assaults him with coffee, the robot that greets humans at the Springfield Franchise Expo. (Season 8 episode The Twisted World of Marge Simpson)
    • The Sentient Life Form Protection Act
        • Law that Dr. Matthew Maker mentions, preventing him from killing rejected clones. (Season 1 episode Matchmaker)
    • The Seven Commandments
        • 1 Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy. 2 Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend.3 No animal shall wear clothes. 4 No animal shall sleep in a bed. 5 No animal shall drink alcohol. 6 No animal shall kill any other animal. 7 All animals are equal.
    • The Silver Rule
        • One of the three rules of behavior, according to the Quinlan named Theresa, whom Bob befriends on the Hurricane: Treat others as you'd like to be treated. (Heaven's River)
    • The Skynet Funding Bill
        • The Terminator: "The Skynet Funding Bill is passed. The system goes online August 4th, 1997. Human decisions are removed from strategic defense."
    • Sliders Rule #11
        • Rembrandt Brown: Don't forget sliders rule number 11: Never rule out the obvious no matter how weird. (Season 5 episode Please Press One)
        • Wanda stormed a S.W.O.R.D. facility, stole Vision's body and resurrected him nine days earlier, a direct violation of Section 36-B of the Sokovia Accords - and Vision's own living will. (Season.1 episode On A Very Special Episode...)
    • Space Bill Number 371
        • Instead of action, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace parody movie Cosmic Wars: The Gathering Shadow features two hours of political intrigue, with the Empire's Galactic Senate calling roll for numerous star systems. One star system representative that resembles an AT-AT from Star Wars proposes an amendment to Space bill number 371. When told to wait it's turn, it sits down and reads an Evening Standard newspaper. (Season 15 episode Co-Dependents' Day)
    • Starfleet Code, Section 12, Paragraph 4
        • Starfleet regulation requiring captains to stay onboard during away missions, which Data begins to recite at Riker and Troi's wedding before Picard shuts him up.
    • Starfleet General Order One
        • Starfleet regulation: You can't reveal yourself to non-warp capable civilizations (Season 1 episode 1)
    • Starfleet Regulation 13982
        • Regulation that Captain Lorca mentions that allows him to conscript virtually anyone in time of war, namely Michael Burnham (Season 1 episode 5 Choose Your Pain)
    • Starfleet Regulation 619
        • Any command officer who's emotionally compromised by the mission at hand must resign said command.
    • Starfleet Special Order 66715
        • According to Section 31's Sloan, Starfleet Special Order 66715 gives him the authority to neutralize security threats to Deep Space Nine by whatever means necessary. (Season 6 episode Inquisition)
    • Station Regulation 2562, Paragraph 4
        • Regulation that Odo cites when ordering Quark to remove his bar stools. "All furniture intended for use on the promenade must not pose a danger to public safety." (Season 6 episode The Sound of Her Voice)
    • Statute 11
        • Law referenced by government official when Julian "liberates" the factory cities during future flashback in episode Seconds.
    • Statute 153.2
        • Police code governing juggling, put into effect in 1987 after an unfortunate plasma torch accident. (Season 5 episode Smarter Carter)
    • Statute HXB-34
        • Josh, Tiger and Wolf are arrested for violating Statute HXB-34 of the Santa Clarita County Time Code. (Season 2 episode The Brain Job)
    • Super Relocation Act
        • The government passes the Superhero Relocation Act, granting amnesty to all the supers (and relocating them à la the Witness Protection Program), on the condition that they retire from superheroics and lead normal lives.
    • Supreme Directive 2645
        • After Kira and Miles return from their mission to rescue Bajoran resistance hero Li Nalas and other prisoners of the Hutet labor camp, Gul Dukat apologizes, claiming he was not aware that there were still prisoners on Cardassia IV, advising that it is a violation of Supreme Directive 2645. (Season 2 episode The Homecoming)
    • Tech Recall and Reintroduction Act
        • Act President Robert Redford signs into law in 1993, which outlaws technologies thought to be responsible for the squid attack. (Peteypedia supplemental materials - HBO website)
    • The Temporal Accords
        • Admiral Charles Vance explains that the Federation has spent most of the 30th century fighting a war to uphold the Temporal Accords, an interstellar treaty outlawing time travel to prevent anyone from the past from changing the future and vice versa. (Season 3 episode Die Trying) Mentioned by Kovich: The Federation couldn't send time soldier Yor back to his original time - and dimension - without breaking the Inter-Dimensional Displacement Restriction provision of the Temporal Accords. (Season 3 episode Terra Firma, Part 1)
    • Terran General Order Four
        • Terran Empire law: "Any exotic species deemed a threat to the imperial supremacy will be extinguished without prejudice." (Season 1 episode 11 The Wolf Inside)
    • Thank You Law
        • Kyra's bribe: "We'll call it the Thank You law. When someone like you looks the other way and a nice person like me says "thank you" with money." (Season 3 episode Slither)
    • The Thanksgiving Accord Of 2002
        • Frasier: "Where is it written that we have to have Christmas at either of our homes?" Niles: "The Thanksgiving Accord of 2002." (Season 10 episode We Two Kings)
    • The Third Law Of Robotics
        • A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.
    • Total Personal Responsibility Act Of '23
        • The priest held up his hand. "Under both the sacred and the profane law, ignorance is no excuse for nonperformance of one's duties. Indeed, ignorance can be punished as an act of willful neglect, based upon the Total Personal Responsibility Act of '23, to say nothing of the Lesser Codicil." He smiled again. "However, there is no question of chastisement for you as yet."
    • Toxic Substances Control Act Of 1976
        • Law that fake inspector Kuby quotes to the owner of the car wash Bogdan Wolynet, with help from Skyler in his earpiece. (Season 4 episode Open House)
    • Treaty Of Algeron
        • Treaty between Federation and Romulans that Riker mentions to Commodore Oh. (Season 1 episode Et in Arcadia Ego Part 2)
    • The Treaty Of Andromeda II
        • Treaty mentioned when the queen is approached for an assassination: As clearly stated in Section 6C of The Treaty of Andromeda II, we do not kill Jababians, nor participate in the murder thereof.
    • The Tulganan Neutrality Pact
        • When a fight breaks out at an Andorian bar on Tulgana, Boimler tries to stop it, shouting, "Stand down. This is a in violation of the Tulganan Neutrality Pact!" (Season 1 episode Envoys)
    • U.S. Post Office Rule #367 B Section 17
        • Twitchell at Cliff's going away party: "I'd like to propose a toast to Cliff Clavin. We were often adversaries, but he was a postman and I'll say this about him: he never developed a stoop. Mostly because he threw the big catalogs into the river. And even though he didn't strictly abide by the rules, especially 367 B Section 17…" (Season 9 episode Cheerful Goodbyes)
    • Uniform Maritime Act
        • Fake law the pawyer quotes when trying to stop the boat from reaching the Costa Rican shore with the stowaway raptors.
    • Union Directive 38
        • Regulation that Captain Mercer initially remembers as, "No bare feet in the engineering section," but is actually an extreme crisis only regulation that allows the chief of security on board a starship the ability to override all other clearance, including the captain. (Season 1 episode Firestorm)
    • Union Directive 98
        • Regulation Captain Mercer mentions shortly before sneaking a warning into his message for Marcus. "Listen, Marcos, we really have to go, but may I offer you and your crew a 13-button salute?" (Season 2 episode Identity)
    • Union Oath of Fealty
        • However you say, Mr. Richards. You married Sheila Richards, née Gordon, at the age of sixteen. Old-style lifetime contract. Rebel all the way, uh? No union affiliation due to your refusal to sign the Union Oath of Fealty and the Wage Control Articles. I believe that you referred to Area Governor Johnsbury as "a corn-holing sonofabitch."
    • Union Rule 26
        • Every employee must win worker of the week at least once regardless of gross incompetence, obesity or rank odor. (Season 5 episode Deep Space Homer)
    • USG P4/EK3 Genetic Protocols
        • Mentioned on sign on laboratory door: "This laboratory conforms to USG P4/EK3 genetic protocols". Chapter: The Tour.
    • The Verbal Morality Statute
        • Huxley gets fined one-half credit for a sotto voce violation of the verbal morality statute for saying, "Sanctimonious Asshole". Simon Phoenix and John Spartan both fined multiple times.
    • The Victims of Racial Violence Act
        • Reparations to the descendants of racial injustice, signed into law by President Redford, nicknamed Redfordations. (Season 1 episode Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship)
    • The Violence Against Machines Act of 2139
        • Legislation that the Community Directory voice mentions when Tiger attacks it. (Season 2 episode The i of the Tiger)
    • Wage Control Articles
        • However you say, Mr. Richards. You married Sheila Richards, née Gordon, at the age of sixteen. Old-style lifetime contract. Rebel all the way, uh? No union affiliation due to your refusal to sign the Union Oath of Fealty and the Wage Control Articles. I believe that you referred to Area Governor Johnsbury as "a corn-holing sonofabitch."
    • War Measures Act
        • After passing the War Measures Act, The humans on the planet Pangea wage war against Starfleet with the Pangea Navy. (Heaven's River)
    • Warriors Cannot Collide While Erect
        • The unwritten rule that prevents Adam and Ders from fighting at Adam's girlfriend's pool. (Season 1 episode Muscle I'd Like to Flex)
    • World Code Paragraph 1602, Part II
        • Law Jubal Harshaw quotes to the police raiding his property. Jubal: "You must identify yourself, in the specified legal fashion, World Code paragraph 1602, part II, before you can serve a warrant. And that goes for all those other apes, too, and that pithecan parasite piloting for you."

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