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Federal Register shall transmit it and three copies thereof to the President.
(e) If the proposed Executive order or proclamation is disapproved by the Director of the Bureau of the Budget or by the Attorney General, it shall not thereafter be presented to the President unless it is accompanied by a statement of the reasons for such disapproval. $ 7.3 Routing and certification of orig
inals and copies. (a) If the order or proclamation is signed by the President, the original and two copies thereof shall be forwarded to the Director of the Office of the Federal Register for publication in the FEDERAL REGISTER: Provided, That prior to such forwarding the Seal of the United States shall be affixed to the originals of proclamations to the extent required by statute or Executive order.
(b) The Office of the Federal Register shall cause to be placed upon the copies of all Executive orders and proclamations forwarded as provided in paragraph (a) of this section the following notation, to be signed by the Director or by some person authorized by him to sign such notation: “Certified to be a true copy of the original."
§ 7.4 Proclamations calling for the ob
servance of special days or events. Except as may be otherwise provided by law, responsibility for the preparation and presentation of proposed proclamations calling for the observance of special days, or other periods of time, or events shall be assigned by the Director of the Bureau of the Budget to such agencies as he may consider appropriate. Such proposed proclamations shall be submitted to the Director at least 60 days before the date of the specified obseryance. $ 7.5 Proclamations of treaties excluded.
Consonant with the provisions of section 12 of the Federal Register Act (49 Stat. 503; 44 U.S.C. 312), nothing in this order shall be construed to apply to treaties, conventions, protocols, or other international agreements, or proclamations thereof by the President. 8 7.6 Definition.
The term “Presidential proclamations and Executive orders," as used in section 5(a) of the Federal Register Act (44 U.S.C. 305(a)), shall, except as the President or his representative may hereafter otherwise direct, be deemed to include such attachments thereto as are referred to in the respective proclamations or orders.
SUBCHAPTER C-THE FEDERAL REGISTER
considerations of accuracy, usability, and
reasonable costs. Sec. 10.1 Publication policy.
(b) In prescribing rules governing 10.2 Daily publication.
headings, preambles, effective dates, au10.3 Keying to Code of Federal Regulations. thority citations, and similar matters of 10.4 Form of citation.
form, the Administrative Committee 10.5 Unrestricted use.
does not intend such rules to be conAUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 10 strued as bearing on the validity of any issued under sec. 6, 49 Stat. 501, as amended; document which is, in fact, filed and 44 U.S.C. 306. Sec. 6, E.O. 10530, 19 F.R. 2709;
published under law. 8 CFR 1954–1958 Comp.
§ 10.2 Daily publication. SOURCE: The provisions of this Part 10 appear at 30 F.R. 15124, Dec. 7, 1965.
The FEDERAL REGISTER shall be pub§ 10.1 Publication policy.
lished daily Tuesday through Saturday.
There shall be no publication on Sun(a) Pursuant to the act and the provisions of this chapter, the Office shall
day, Monday, or on the day after an maintain a serial publication designated
official Federal holiday. as the “FEDERAL REGISTER." It is the in
§ 10.3 Keying to Code of Federal Regutent of the Administrative Committee
lations. that documents required or authorized to be filed for publication shall be published Documents subject to codification, in the FEDERAL REGISTER as promptly as published in the daily issues of the FEDpossible within limitations imposed by ERAL REGISTER, shall be keyed to the Code of Federal Regulations and shall serve as course of conduct, conferring a right, daily supplements thereto.
privilege, authority, or immunity, or im§ 10.4 Form of citation.
posing an obligation, and relevant or
applicable to the general public, the Without prejudice to any other mode
members of a class, or the persons of a of citation, the contents of the FEDERAL
locality, as distinguished from named REGISTER may be cited by volume and
individuals or organizations, is hereby page number. The approved short form
determined to have general applicability of citation to the FEDERAL REGISTER is
and legal effect. Such documents shall “F.R." Thus “29 F.R. 3820" refers to
be filed with the Office and published in material beginning on page 3820 of vol
the FEDERAL REGISTER. ume 29 of the daily issues.
§ 11.3 Classes created by act of Congress. § 10.5 Unrestricted use. There are no restrictions on the repro
Documents or classes of documents duction or republication of materials
required to be published by act of Con
gress shall be filed with the Office and appearing in the FEDERAL REGISTER.
published in the FEDERAL REGISTER. PART 11-MANDATORY, AUTHOR
AUTHORIZED IZED, AND PROHIBITED PUBLICA- § 11.5 Documents of public interest. TION
Other documents which in the opinion MANDATORY
of the Director are of sufficient public Sec.
interest to warrant such publication may 11.1 Proclamations, Executive orders, and other Presidential documents.
be filed with the Office and published in 11.2 Documents having general applicabil
the FEDERAL REGISTER. ity and legal effect.
EXPIRATION NOTICES 11.3 Classes created by act of Congress. AUTHORIZED
§ 11.7 Notification of expiration of cod
ified material. 11.5 Documents of public interest.
(a) Whenever a document subject to EXPIRATION NOTICES
codification expires after a specified pe11.7 Notification of expiration of codified riod by its own terms or by statutory promaterial.
vision, notification by document of the CORRECTION OF ERRORS
actual expiration date should be sub11.10 Errors in documents.
mitted for publication in the FEDERAL 11.11 Errors in printing.
(b) If the preparation of such a docuUNAUTHORIZED OR PROHIBITED
ment is not expedient, the responsible 11.20 Comments and news items.
agency shall provide the Director with 11.21 International agreements.
timely notification in writing that the 11.22 Papers other than documents.
document is no longer in effect, citing AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 11 the pertinent terms. Issued under sec. 6, 49 Stat. 501, as amended; 44 U.S.C. 306. Sec. 6, E.O. 10530, 19 F.R. 2709;
CORRECTION OF ERRORS 3 CFR 1954-1958 Comp.
f 11.10 Errors in documents. SOURCE: The provisions of this Part 11 ap
After a document has been formally pear at 30 F.R. 15125, Dec. 7, 1965.
filed for public inspection and publicaMANDATORY
tion, errors in the substantive text theref 11.1 Proclamations, Executive orders,
of may be corrected only by the formal and other Presidential documents.
filing and publication of another docu
ment effecting the correction. All Presidential proclamations and Executive orders in the numbered series, $ 11.11
Errors in printing. and all other documents which the Pres
Typographical or clerical errors made ident submits for publication or orders
in the printing of the FEDERAL REGISTER to be published, are filed with the Office
shall be corrected by the insertion of an and published in the FEDERAL REGISTER.
appropriate notation or by a reprinting $ 11.2 Documents having general appli- in the FEDERAL REGISTER published withcability and legal effect.
out further agency documentation: ProEvery document issued under proper vided, That the Director determines that authority prescribing a penalty or a the error (1) tends to confuse or mislead
the reader, or (2) would affect text subject to codification.
UNAUTHORIZED OR PROHIBITED 8 11.20 Comments and news items.
The act prohibits the publication in the FEDERAL REGISTER of comments or news items of any character whatsoever (44 U.S.C. 305(b)). $ 11.21 International agreements.
The act does not apply to treaties, conventions, protocols, and other international agreements, or proclamations thereof by the President (44 U.S.C. 312).
NOTE: The materials described in § 11.21 are published by the Secretary of State pursuant to 1 U.S.C. 112a. $ 11.22 Papers other than documents.
The act authorizes and requires the publication of certain "documents," as that term is defined in section 4 of the act (44 U.S.C. 304), and does not authorize or require the publication of papers that do not come within that definition.
PART 12-PUBLICATION SCHEDULES Sec. 12.1 Publication schedules. 12.2 Receipt and processing. 12.3 Filing for public inspection.
EMERGENCY SCHEDULE 12.5 Procedure for Schedule 1. 12.6 Criteria for Schedule 1. 12.7 Timing. 12.8 Transmittal from distant points.
REGULAR SCHEDULE 12.11 Procedure for Schedule 2. 12.12 Timing.
SPECIAL SCHEDULE 12.15 Procedure for Schedule 3. 12.16 Criteria for Schedule 3. 12.17 Timing.
AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 12 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 12 appear at 30 F.R. 15125, Dec. 7, 1965. $ 12.1 Publication schedules.
Documents properly submitted for publication in the FEDERAL REGISTER shall be immediately assigned by the Office to one of the following publication schedules: Schedule 1-Emergency. Schedule 2-Regular. Schedule 3—Special.
$ 12.2 Receipt and processing.
Documents shall be received during a working day. Upon receipt, documents shall be held for confidential processing until filed for public inspection. $ 12.3 Filing for public inspection.
Documents shall be filed for public inspection on the working day preceding the publication day thereof. The Office shall place upon the original and certified copies of all documents a notation of the day and hour when they are filed and made available for public inspection. (See $ 16.6 of this chapter.)
EMERGENCY SCHEDULE $ 12.5 Procedure for Schedule 1.
A document shall be assigned to "Schedule 1-Emergency” upon specific request of the issuing agency and agreement thereto by the Director. Requests may be made by letter of transmittal or otherwise, as time permits. Confirmation of the assignment shall be made as promptly as possible. $ 12.6
Criteria for Schedule 1. Schedule 1 is designed to provide the fastest possible publication of a docu. ment involving the prevention, alleviation, control, or relief of an emergency situation. Requests
for such publication should briefly describe the emergency and the benefits attributable to immediate publication in the FEDERAL REGISTER. Assignments to Schedule 1 shall be allowed whenever feasible. $ 12.7 Timing.
Documents received by the Officebefore noon and assigned to Schedule 1 shall be published in the daily issue next. following. Whenever such documents are received in the afternoon, they shall be published as soon thereafter as practicable. $ 12.8 Transmittal from distant points.
The text of a Schedule i document may be transmitted from a distant field installation to its Washington office by telecommunication. Certified transcriptions thereof may be filed forthwith, in advance of receipt of the original document. The original document must then be filed at the earliest possible time. In such cases, the publication date under Schedule 1 shall be based on receipt by the Office of the certified transcribed: copies. (See § 16.1(c) of this chapter.).
PART 13_ORDER OF ARRANGE
MENT IN THE FEDERAL REGISTER Sec. 13.1 General. 13.2 The President. 13.3 Rules and Regulations. 13.4 Proposed Rule Making. 13.5 Notices.
AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 13 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 13 appear at 30 F.R. 15126, Dec. 7, 1965. § 13.1 General.
Documents published in the FEDERAL REGISTER shall be arranged under four principal headings in the following order:
REGULAR SCHEDULE $ 12.11 Procedure for Schedule 2.
In the absence of special arrangement with the issuing agency, documents shall be assigned to Schedule 2 for regular publication. Receipt in the ordinary course of business shall be considered as a request for such publication. $ 12.12 Timing.
Documents assigned to Schedule 2 shall be held for confidential processing, including typesetting, for one full working day after receipt, shall be filed by the Office for public inspection on the next working day, and shall be published on the publication day next following the day of filing. Thus the regular schedule of publication shall be as follows: Received
Published Monday---- Wednesday--- Thursday. Tuesday------ Thursday-- Friday. Wednesday--- Friday-------- Saturday. Thursday-- Monday---- Tuesday. Friday-------- Tuesday
Wednesday. SPECIAL SCHEDULE $ 12.15 Procedure for Schedule 3.
(a) Documents received in the ordinary course of business may be assigned to Schedule 3 by the Director, who shall cause the liaison officer concerned to be immediately notified of the assignment and the reasons therefor.
(b) Documents that are the subject of agreements involving special editorial or publication services may be placed in Schedule 3 by prearrangement. $ 12.16 Criteria for Schedule 3.
Except by prearrangement, documents may be assigned to Schedule 3 only because of technical problems requiring additional time to prepare material for the press. Such requirement for additional time generally may be obviated through advance consultation with the Office respecting unusual tabulations, illustrations, or exceptionally voluminous submissions. § 12.17 Timing.
(a) Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, documents assigned to Schedule 3 because of technical problems shall be published as nearly on regular schedule as practicable.
(b) Documents assigned to Schedule 3 by prearrangement shall be published on the date agreed upon, without regard to the regular schedule.
There shall be published under this heading all Executive orders and proclamations in the numbered series, and all other Presidential documents which the President submits for publication or orders to be published. § 13.3
Rules and Regulations. There shall be published under this heading all other documents subject to codification.
$ 13.4 Proposed Rule Making.
There shall be published under this heading all general notices of proposed rule making submitted pursuant to section 4(a) of the Administrative Procedure Act or pursuant to the provisions of any other act, and similar notices voluntarily undertaken by the issuing agency. $ 13.5
Notices. There shall be published under this heading all documents not falling within the provisions of $$ 13.2 to 13.4. These documents include:
(a) Miscellaneous documents not subject to codification.
(b) Notices of hearings that are not included under proposed rule making.
(c) Documents which in the opinion of the Director are of sufficient public interest to warrant publication. (See § 11.5 of this chapter.)
PART 14-INDEXES AND
regulations, and notice materials pub-
Each daily issue shall carry a nu-
§ 14.6 Monthly cumulative codification
Members of the Congress shall be en-
titled to a maximum of 5 copies daily.
SPECIAL DIGESTS AND GUIDES
ISTER shall be furnished without charge
to the other constitutional courts and
the legislative courts of the United States