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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Having General Applicability and Legal Effect
in Force June 1, 1938
Published by the Division of the Federal Register, the National
Act as Amended June 19, 1937
TITLE 27—INTOXICATING LIQUORS
Additional copies of this volume may be procured from the Superintendent of Documents,
Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C.
This volume contains the codification of the rules and regulations assigned to Titles 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, and 32 of the Code of Federal Regulations and prepared pursuant to section 11 of the Federal Register Act, as amended (50 Stat. 304; 44 U. S. C., Sup. 311). A list of the agencies or departmental functions treated in any particular title appears in the table of contents for that title.
A table of titles and chapter headings for the entire Code of Federal Regulations appears on page iv. As indicated in this table, it is not unusual for the regulations of a department to be divided so as to
appear under more than one title. The same division occasionally obtains for the regulations of independent offices and departmental bureaus. It also should be noted that the agencies appearing in this table are designated and assigned according to their status on June 1, 1938, and that such designation and assignment does not reflect any general reorganization effective subsequent to that date.
Since the rules and regulations contained in the Code of Federal Regulations were codified as of June 1, 1938, it follows that this volume should be used in conjunction with the annual supplements to the Code and in conjunction with the daily issues of the Federal Register. Supplement I covers the period from June 1 to December 31, 1938. Each succeeding supplement will cover the period of one calendar year:
It is provided in the Federal Register Act that the codified documents published by the Division of the Federal Register, as amended by documents subsequently filed with the Division, and published in the daily issues of the Federal Register, shall be prima facie evidence of the text of such documents and of the fact that they are in full force and effect on and after the date of publication.
For additional information concerning the background, scope, and use of the Code of Federal Regulations refer to the general preface in Volume 1.
TABLE OF TITLES AND CHAPTER HEADINGS
TITLE 1-General Provisions
TITLE 2—The Congress
TITLE 6 Agricultural Credit
SUBTITLE A-Office of the Secretary of Agriculture
I Bureau of Agricultural Economics, Department of Agriculture II Bureau of Plant Industry, Department of Agriculture III Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, Department of Agriculture IV Federal Crop Insurance Corporation, Department of Agriculture VI Soil Conservation Service, Department of Agriculture VII Agricultural Adjustment Administration, Department of Agriculture VIII Sugar Division, Agricultural Adjustment Administration, Department of
Agriculture IX Division of Marketing and Marketing Agreements, Agricultural Adjustment Administration, Department of Agriculture
TITLE 8Aliens and Citizenship
TITLE 9—Animals and Animal Products
I Bureau of Animal Industry, Department of Agriculture
TITLE 10-Army: War Department
V Military Reservations and National Cemeteries
TITLE 12—Banks and Banking
I Bureau of the Comptroller of the Currency, Department of the Treasury
TITLE 13/Business Credit
TITLE 14—Civil Aviation
SUBTITLE B-Regulations Relating to Commerce
TITLE 16—Commercial Practices
TITLE 17—Commodity and Securities Exchanges
TITLE 18-Conservation of Power
TITLE 19 Customs Duties
TITLE 20—Employees' Benefits
TITLE 21—Food and Drugs
TITLE 22—Foreign Relations
TITLE 23— Highways
TITLE 24-Housing Credit