Code of Federal Regulations: Containing a Codification of Documents of General Applicability and Future Effect as of December 31, 1948, with Ancillaries and Index
Division of the Federal Register, the National Archives, 1976 - Administrative law
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Page 541 - In computing any period of time prescribed or allowed by these rules, by order of court, or by any applicable statute, the day of the act, event, or default after which the designated period of time begins to run is not to be included. The last day of the period so computed is to be included, unless it is a Sunday or a legal holiday, in which event the period runs until the end of the next day which is neither a Sunday nor a holiday.
Page 207 - Departures completed, percent scheduled — the percent of scheduled departures that were performed. Departures completed, scheduled — the number of take-offs performed at each airport pursuant to published schedules, exclusive of extra sections to scheduled departures. Departure performed — a take-off made at an airport. Departure, scheduled — a take-off scheduled at an airport, as set forth in published schedules. Depreciation (of depreciable property and equipment) — the loss in service...
Page 452 - Is directed serves upon the requesting party a sworn statement either denying specifically the matters of which an admission is requested or setting forth in detail the reasons why he cannot truthfully either admit or deny such matters.
Page 422 - official responsibility" means the direct administrative or operating authority, whether intermediate or final, and either exercisable alone or with others, and either personally or through subordinates, to approve, disapprove, or otherwise direct Government action.
Page 570 - Interstate air transportation", "overseas air transportation", and "foreign air transportation", respectively, mean the carriage by aircraft of persons or property as a common carrier for compensation or hire or the carriage of mail by aircraft...
Page 205 - ... for air transportation of passengers or groups of passengers upon aircraft of an air carrier subject to this part by charter, lease, or any other arrangement. Agreement — any oral or written agreement, contract, understanding, or arrangement, and any amendment, revision, modification, renewal, extension, cancellation or termination thereof. Air carrier — any citizen of the United States who undertakes, whether directly or Indirectly or by a lease or any other arrangement, to engage In air...
Page 512 - NEPA sets out certain policies and goals concerning the environment and requires that, to the fullest extent possible, the policies, regulations and public laws of the United States shall be interpreted and administered in accordance with those policies and goals.
Page 203 - The Commission shall at all times have access to all accounts, records, and memoranda, including all documents, papers, and correspondence now or hereafter existing...
Page 326 - ... plant in the course of service from causes which are known to be in current operation and against which the utility is not protected by insurance. Among the causes to be given consideration are wear and tear, decay, action of the elements, inadequacy, obsolescence, changes in the art, changes in demand and requirements of public authorities, and, in the case of natural gas companies, the exhaustion of natural resources.