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CONTAINING A CODIFICATION OF DOCUMENTS OF GENERAL APPLICABILITY AND
FUTURE EFFECT AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1954
Published by the Federal Register Division, National Archives and Records Service
to this book are cumulated annually. Order from the Superintendent of Documents, United States Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D. C.
For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Office Washington 25, D. C. Price $5.00
This is one of five books which constitute Title 32-National Defense,
revised as of December 31, 1954. A single volume entitled “Title 32—
National Defense and Title 34-National Military Establishment" 1 was
published in 1949. This was replaced by two books, revised as of December
31, 1951. These five books replace the 1951 Revision, and become an
integral part of the Code of Federal Regulations. In consolidating the
material contained in the 1951 Revision with subsequent changes and
additions, there have been included all rules and regulations, general and
permanent in nature, duly published in the Federal Register on or before
December 31, 1954, and effective as to facts arising on and after January 1,
This book is provided with a pocket for the insertion of annual cumu-
lative supplements. Current regulatory material appearing in the daily
issues of the Federal Register follows the numbering system used herein
and serves as a daily supplement hereto. The book contains a subject
index. It also contains lists of sections affected since the publication of the
1949 volume which furnish Federal Register citation to all changes in the
material since January 1, 1949, including those which are no longer in
This book is published pursuant to Part 2 of the regulations of the
Administrative Committee, approved by the President October 11, 1948
(13 F. R. 5935; 1 CFR Part 2), under the authority contained in section
11 (f) of the Federal Register Act as amended (67 Stat. 388; 44 U. S. C.
311 (f)). The contents of the Federal Register and of the Code of Federal
Regulations are by law prima facie evidence of the text of the original
documents and are required to be judicially noticed (49 Stat. 502, 67 Stat.
388; 44 U. S. C. 307, 311 (e)).
A General Preface to the Code of Federal Regulations appears in Title 1-3
1 As explained in the preface to the 1949 volume Title 34 is vacated, the material