FCC 0.411 Revised as of October 1, 2014
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§ 0.411 General reference materials.
The following reference materials are available in many libraries and
may be purchased from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government
Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402:
(a) Statutory materials. Laws pertaining to communications are
contained in Title 47 of the United States Code. Laws enacted since the
printing of the last supplement to the Code are printed individually as
slip laws, and these are compiled chronologically in the United States
Statutes at Large. The Acts of Congress from 1910-62 pertaining to
radio have been compiled in a single volume, Radio Laws of the United
States (1962 ed.). See § § 0.405 and 0.414.
(b) Regulatory materials--(1) The Code of Federal Regulations. The
rules and regulations of the Commission are contained in chapter I of
title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Chapter I is divided into
the following four subchapters, which may be purchased separately:
Subchapter A--General; Subchapter B--Common Carrier Services;
Subchapter C--Broadcast Radio Services; and Subchapter D--Private Radio
Services. Most persons will find that they need subchapter A,
containing the general rules, and one of the other volumes, depending
upon their area of interest. These four volumes are revised annually to
reflect changes in the rules. See § § 0.406, 0.412, and 0.415. The Code
of Federal Regulations is fully indexed and contains numerous finding
aids. See 1 CFR appendix C.
(2) The Federal Register. As rules are adopted, amended, or repealed,
the changes are published in the Federal Register, which is published
daily except on legal holidays. Notices of proposed rule making, other
rule making documents, statements of general policy, interpretations of
general applicability, and other Commission documents having general
applicability and legal effect are also published in the Federal
Register. Summaries of the full Notices of proposed rule making and
other rule making decisions adopted by the Commission constitute
rulemaking documents for purposes of Federal Register publication. The
Federal Register is fully indexed and contains numerous findings aids.
[ 32 FR 10571 , July 19, 1967, as amended at 44 FR 39180 , July 5, 1979;
51 FR 7444 , Mar. 4, 1986]
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