Subchapter II. Water Pollution Control. § 8–103.01. Definitions. § 8–103.02. Discharge of pollutants prohibited; exception. § 8–103.03. Protection of aquatic life. § 8–103.03a. Fishing License Fund. § 8–103.04. Classification of beneficial uses of waters. § 8–103.05. Monitoring for compliance with subchapter. § 8–103.06. Certain discharges permitted; terms of permit; additional enforcement procedures; effect of federal permit; public hearing on permit; special requirements for treatment facilities; permits for industrial discharges; certain discharges from watercraft prohibited. § 8–103.07. Location of discharge; recognition of reduction of pollutants; restrictions on quantity of materials discharged; discharge of used motor oil to sewer prohibited. § 8–103.08. Discharge of pollutant from vessel or onshore or offshore facility; removal of these pollutants; contingency plan for environmental emergencies. § 8–103.09. Accounting for revenues and expenses of pollutant removal; available funds for future years; District of Columbia Wetland and Stream Mitigation Trust Fund. § 8–103.09a. District of Columbia Wells Maintenance Fund; establishment; financing. [Repealed] § 8–103.09b. Stormwater In-Lieu Fee Payment Fund. § 8–103.09c. Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Fund. § 8–103.09d. Stormwater Fees Fund. § 8–103.10. Spill prevention and cleanup plan for onshore or offshore facility; discharge from underground facility; testing of underground tanks for leaks. § 8–103.11. Water quality management plan. § 8–103.12. Mayor authorized to issue research grants. § 8–103.13. Mayor authorized to regulate construction. § 8–103.13a. Well construction, maintenance, and abandonment. § 8–103.13b. Fees, reimbursements, and costs. § 8–103.14. Use of sludge from treatment facilities. § 8–103.15. Subpoena and inspection powers of Mayor. § 8–103.16. Penalties. § 8–103.17. Enforcement of subchapter. § 8–103.18. Civil actions. § 8–103.19. Private rights of action permitted; prior notice to Mayor; regulations and investigations concerning reported violations. § 8–103.20. Rules.