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REFERENCES § 17.34 General requirements.

All references to the Code shall be in terms of the specific titles, parts, sections, and paragraphs involved. Ambiguous references such as "herein" "above", "below”, and the like shall never be used. All documents which contain reference to material published in the Code shall include the Code citation as part of such reference. $ 17.35 References to Federal Register.

The contents of the FEDERAL REGISTER should be referred to by volume and page number. Thus material beginning on page 3820 of volume 29 should be cited: 29 F.R. 3820. § 17.36 References between or within

titles of the Code. Unless the meaning is otherwise, precisely expressed and undue or awkward repetition would result, references should be as follows:

(a) Between titles. When reference is made to material codified under a title other than that in which the reference occurs, the short form of citation should be used. Thus a reference made within Title 41 to $ 2.4 of Title 1 should be in the following form: 1 CFR 2.4.

(b) Within titles. When reference is made to material codified in the same title, the following forms should be used: Chapter II of this title. Part 30 of this title. $ 30.19 of this title.

(c) Within chapters. When reference is made to material codified in the same chapter, the following forms should be used: Part 30 of this chapter. $ 30.19 of this chapter.

(d) Within sections. Reference to other units within the same section should be cited as "paragraph (a) of this section" or "subparagraph (1) of this paragraph”. 8 17.37 Parallel citation of Federal Reg.

ister and Code. When appropriate, the Code and the FEDERAL REGISTER may be cited for parallel reference in the following forms: 18 CFR 157.18 (29 F.R. 4879). $ 157.18 of this chapter (29 F.R. 4879).

8 17.38 References to 1938 edition of

Code. Reference to the 1938 edition of the Code and supplements thereto may be made in the following forms: 1 CFR, 1938 ed., 1.1. 1 CFR, 1943, Cum. Supp., 2.1. 1 CFR, 1946 Supp., 2.1.

EFFECTIVE-DATE STATEMENTS § 17.41 Effective dates.

Each document subject to codification shall include a clear statement as to the date or dates on which its provisions are effective.

Subpart B-Citations of Authority § 17.45 General requirements.

Each section in a document subject to codification shall include, or shall be covered by, a complete citation of the rule making authority under which the provisions of the section are issued, including (a) general rule making authority delegated by statute (b) specific rule making authority, if any, delegated by statute and, (c) executive delegations, if any, necessary to link the statutory authority to the issuing agency. $ 17.46 Agency responsibility; amend

ments. The accuracy and integrity of citations of authority are the responsibility of the issuing agency.

Such citations shall be formally amended by the issuing agency to reflect changes in authority. § 17.47 Provision for flexibility.

The Director is authorized to make exceptions to requirements respecting the placement and form of citations of authority whenever strict application of such requirements would impair the practical usefulness of such citations.

PLACEMENT $ 17.50 Coverage of single section.

Authority covering a single section shall be cited in parentheses on a separate line immediately following the text of the section. Thus: (67 Stat. 388; as amended; 44 U.S.C. 311) $ 17.51

Blanket coverage. Authority covering a group of two or more consecutive sections shall be cited following the word "AUTHORITY" and § 17.61 Statutory materials.

(a) Public laws. Citations to current public laws should include reference to the volume and page of the U.S. Statutes at Large to which they have been assigned. Thus: Sec. 11, Pub. Law 88–190, 77 Stat. 343.

(b) Statutes at Large and U.S. Code. In citing the U.S. Statutes at Large, reference should be made to section, volume, and page.

The page number should refer to the page on which the section cited begins. The parallel U.S. Code citation shall be given whenever possible. In multiple citations, references to the Statutes should be arranged chronologically and grouped separately, preceding the group of parallel U.S. Code citations. § 17.62 Non-statutory materials.

Documents should be cited by FEDERAL REGISTER volume and page, followed if possible, by the parallel citation to the Code of Federal Regulations. Thus: T.D. 6721, 29 F.R. 4997. Special Civil Air Reg. SR-422A, 28 F.R. 6703;

14 CFR Part 4b. E.O. 11130, 28 F.R. 12789; 3 CFR 1959–1963 Comp.

placed as a text note immediately preceding the first section in the group. Thus:

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 1 issued under sec. 6, 49 Stat. 501, as amended; 44 U.S.C. 306. § 17.52 Combined blanket and separate

coverage. Whenever individual sections within a group covered by a blanket citation reflect additional authority, a combined form shall be used: Thus:

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 7 issued under sec. 6, 40 Stat. 501, as amended; 44 U.S.C. 306, unless otherwise noted. § 17.53

Combined blanket coverage. Whenever a group of two or more consecutive sections within a broader group covered by a blanket citation reflect the same additional authority, combined blanket citations shall be used. Thus:

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 7 issued under sec. 6, 49 Stat. 501, as amended; 44 U.S.C. 306. $$ 7.1 to 7.11 also issued under 67 Stat. 388, as amended; 44 U.S.C. 311. § 17.54 Documents involving various

amendments. (a) Whenever a document prescribes various amendments, issued under common authority, the citation to such authority shall be placed in parentheses on a separate line following the last amendment.

(b) Whenever a document prescribes various amendments issued under varying authorities, each amendatory proposition shall be followed by the appropriate citation in parentheses on a separate line. § 17.55 Non-statutory elements.

Documents required to be cited as authority shall be placed after any required statutory elements. Thus:

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 201 issued under sec. 401, 76 Stat. 902; 19 U.S.C. 1802. E.O. 11075, 28 F.R. 473; 3 CFR 1959–1963 Comp.

FORM § 17.60 General.

The shortest form of citation compatible with positive identification and ready reference should be used in all formal citations of authority. The Office is prepared to assist agencies in developing model citations under this criterion.

PART 18—PREPARATION OF NOTICES AND RULE MAKING PROPOSALS

NOTICES IN GENERAL Sec. 18.1 General requirements. 18.2 Name of issuing agency. 18.3 Name of agency subdivision. 18.4 Agency document designation. 18.5 Additional captions. 18.6 Authority citation.

NOTICES OF PROPOSED RULE MAKING 18.10 General requirements. 18.11 Code designation. 18.12 Codification.

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 18 issued under sec. 6, 49 Stat. 501, as amended; 44 U.S.C. 306. Sec. 6, E.O. 10530, 19 F.R. 2709; 3 CFR 1954-1958 Comp.

SOURCE: The provisions of this Part 18 appear at 30 F.R. 15130, Dec. 7, 1965.

CROSS REFERENCE: For preparation of Presidential proclamations and Executive orders, see Subchapter B of this chapter.

NOTICES IN GENERAL 8 18.1 General requirements.

Documents not subject to codification shall be prepared in conformity with the

provisions of this part and of Part 16 of this chapter. § 18.2

Name of issuing agency. The name of the issuing agency shall be carried at the beginning of the document. § 18.3

Name of agency subdivision. Whenever a document is issued by or for a specific bureau, service, or similar unit within a department or overall agency, the name of such bureau, service, or unit shall be carried on a separate line immediately below the name of the issuing agency. § 18.4 Agency document designation.

Agencies using file numbers, docket numbers, or similar identifying symbols shall place them in brackets on a separate line immediately following the headings required by $ $ 18.2 and 18.3 $ 18.5 Additional captions.

A suitable short title identifying the subject shall be provided beginning on a separate line immediately following the other required caption or captions. Whenever appropriate, an additional brief caption indicating the nature of the document should be used. § 18.6 Authority citation.

The authority under which the document is issued should be cited in nar

rative form within text or in parentheses on a separate line following text.

NOTICES OF PROPOSED RULE MAKING § 18.10 General requirements.

Notices of proposed rule making required by section 4(a) of the Administrative Procedure Act or by any other act, and similar notices voluntarily undertaken, shall include a statement of (a) the time, place, and nature of public rule making proceedings; (b) reference to the authority under which the rule is proposed; and (c) either the terms or substance of the proposed rule or a description of the subjects and issues involved. Such notices shall conform to the provisions of this part and of Part 16 of this chapter. $ 18.11 Code designation.

The area of the Code directly affected by a proposed rule shall be identified by placing the appropriate CFR citation in brackets immediately below the name of the issuing agency. Ordinarily this citation will consist of title and part, thus: 11 CFR Part 18). 18.12 Codification.

Any portion of a proposed rule making document which consists of the full text of a proposed rule shall also conform to the provisions of Part 17 of this chapter.

SUBCHAPTER D-SPECIAL EDITIONS OF THE FEDERAL REGISTER

PART 30—CODE OF FEDERAL

REGULATIONS

Subpart A Publication Sec. 30.1 Publication policy. 30.2 Form of citation. 80.3 Unrestricted use. 30.4 Orderly development. 30.5 General format and binding. 30.6 Daily supplementation. 80.7 Periodic supplementation and repub

lication. 30.8 Presidential documents, Title 3. 30.9 Indexes. 30.10 Ancillaries. 30.11 Agency cooperation.

Subpart B-Distribution

OFFICIAL DISTRIBUTION 30.12 Congressional committees. 30.13 Judicial branch. 30.14 Executive agencies. 30.15 Governmental requisitions.

PUBLIC SALE Sec. 30.16 Individual books and supplements. 30.17 Subscription service.

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 30 Issued under sec. 6, 49 Stat. 501, as amended, sec. 11, 67 Stat. 388, as amended; 44 U.S.C. 306, 311. Sec. 6, E.O. 10530, 19 F.R. 2709; 3 CFR 1954-1958 Comp.

SOURCE: The provisions of this part 30 appear at 30 F.R. 15131, Deo. 7, 1965.

CROSS REFERENCE: For provisions respecting the structure of the Code, see $$ 17.4 to 17.10 of this chapter.

Subpart A-Publication $ 30.1

Publication policy. (a) Pursuant to the act and the provisions of this chapter, the Office shall maintain publication of a special edition of the FEDERAL REGISTER designed to pre

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sent à compact and practical code entitled “Code of Federal Regulations.

(b) The Code shall be based with respect to continuity of coverage on the "Code of Federal Regulations, 1949 Edition" published pursuant to regulations of the Administrative Committee approved by the President October 11, 1948 (13 F.R. 5935). It is the intent of the Administrative Committee that every practical means be employed to keep this Code as current and as readily usable as possible within limitations imposed by considerations of dependability and reasonable costs. § 30.2 Form of citation.

The Code of Federal Regulations may be cited by title and section. proved short form is by title number, initial letters of the name, and the combined part-section number. Thus 1 CFR 30.2 refers to Title 1, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 30, section 2. § 30.3

Unrestricted use. There are no restrictions on the reproduction or republication of materials appearing in the Code of Federal Regulations. & 30.4 Orderly development.

For the purpose of assuring orderly development along practical lines, the Director is authorized to establish new titles in the Code, and to rearrange existing titles and subordinate assignments. Before taking any such action, the Director shall consult with all agencies directly affected by the proposed change. $ 30.5 General format and binding.

For the purpose of attaining maximum usefulness, prompt publication, and economy of manufacture, the Director is authorized to provide for the binding of the Code into as many separate books as are indicated by the needs of users and compatible with the facilities of the Government Printing Office. Books may have permanent bindings (with or without pockets for supplements) or may be paperbound when, in the judgment of the Director, frequency of revisions, user needs, or other good reasons make such binding preferable. § 30.6 Daily supplementation.

Documents subject to codification, published in the daily issues of the FEDERAL REGISTER pursuant to Subchapter C of this chapter, shall be keyed to the

Code and shall serve as daily supplements thereto. § 30.7 Periodic supplementation and re

publication. (a) Criteria. Each book of the Code shall be updated by a supplementary book or by collation and republication at least once each calendar year.

If no change has occurred during the year, a simple notation to that effect may serve as the supplement for that year. More frequent supplementation or collation and republication of any unit of the Code may be made whenever the Director determines that the content of the unit has been substantially superseded or otherwise determines that such action would be consistent with the intent and purpose of the Administrative Committee as stated in the last sentence of $ 30.1(b).

(b) Annual cutoo date. The regular cutoff date for the coverage of annual supplements or republications shall be the last publication day of each caien. dar year. The text of each annual supplement or republication shall be limited to provisions which have been fully promulgated in the FEDERAL REGISTER on: or before the cutoff date.

(c) Other cutof dates. When supplementation or republication occurs more frequently than once each year, the cutoff dates shall be determined by the Director with due regard for the coverage: of pertinent indexes and numerical finding aids. § 30.8 Presidential documents, Title 3.

(a) Compilation and republication. The Office shall compile and publish annual supplements to Title 3. The supplements shall contain the full text of proclamations, Executive orders, and other Presidential documents published in the daily FEDERAL REGISTER during the calendar year. Annual books may be paper bound and shall include appropriate indexes and ancillaries. Every five years, or as determined by the Director to be required, the annual supplements shall be compiled and republished in permanently bound form with consolidated indexes and numerical finding aids.

(b) Codification. It is the intent of the Administrative Committee that general and permanent Presidential documents of a regulatory nature also be codified under Title 3 or other appropriate titles.

& 30.9

Indexes. In general, each book shall include an explanation of its coverage and such other finding aids as may be authorized by the Director. A subject index to the entire Code shall be annually revised and separately published. § 30.10 Ancillaries.

The Code shall provide, among others, the following-described ancillary tables:

(a) Parallel tables of statutory authority and rules. In Title 2 or such other place as the Director may deem appropriate, numerical lists of all sections of the current edition of the United States Code (except 5 U.S.C. 22) which are cited by issuing agencies as rule making authority for currently effective rules in the Code of Federal Regulations. The lists shall be arranged in the order of the titles and sections of the United States Code with parallel citations to the pertinent titles and sections of the Code of Federal Regulations.

(b) Tables of cited Presidential documents. Under Title 3, tables of proclamations, Executive orders, and similar Presidential documents which are included or referred to in currently effective rules as published in the Code of Federal Regulations.

(c) List of sections affected. Following the text of each book or cumulative pocket supplement, a numerical list of all sections which are affected by documents published in the FEDERAL REGISTER on and after January 1, 1949. Listings shall refer to FEDERAL REGISTER pages and shall be designed to enable the user of the Code to assure himself of the precise text that was in effect on a given date in the period covered. 8 30.11 Agency cooperation.

Each agency shall cooperate in keeping publication of the Code current by prompt compliance with deadlines set by the Office and the Government Printing Office.

Subpart B-Distribution

OFFICIAL DISTRIBUTION $ 30.12 Congressional committees.

The Code shall be furnished to committees of the Congress in such numbers as are needed for official use. Authorization for furnishing such copies shall be submitted in writing to the Director by the Committee Chairman or his delegate.

$ 30.13 Judicial branch.

(a) Supreme Court. The Code shall be furnished without charge to the Supreme Court of the United States in such numbers as are needed for oficial use.

(b) Other courts. The Code shall be furnished without charge to the other constitutional courts and to the legislative courts of the United States in such numbers as are needed for official use. Authorization for furnishing such copies shall be submitted in writing to the Director of the Federal Register and signed by the Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts or his delegate. § 30.14 Executive agencies.

The Code shall be furnished to officials, libraries, and major organizational units of the executive agencies as needed for official use. Authorization for furnishing copies shall be submitted to the Director in writing and signed by the authorizing officer or his alternate designated under § 4.1 of this chapter. Special needs for selected units of the Code in substantial quantity shall be filled by governmental requisition under $ 30.15. § 30.15

Governmental requisitions. Legislative, judicial, and executive agencies of the Federal Government shall be entitled to obtain selected units of the Code which are needed in substantial quantity for special distribution upon timely submission to the Government Printing Office of a printing and binding requisition (Standard Form 1).

PUBLIC SALE 8 30.16 Individual books and supple

ments. The books and supplements comprising the Code shall be placed on sale to the public by the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402, at prices determined by him under the general direction of the Administrative Committee. f 30.17 Subscription service.

Subscription service on an annual basis to all revised volumes and supplements of the Code shall be obtainable from the Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Ofice, Washington, D.C. 20402, at prices determined by him under the general direction of the Administrative Committee.

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