2 edition of Popular names of federal statutes found in the catalog.
Popular names of federal statutes
Library of Congress. Division of Documents.
|Other titles||Federal statutes, Popular names of.|
|Contributions||Childs, James Bennett, 1896- ., Library of Congress. Legislative Reference Division.|
|LC Classifications||KF90 .L5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||26026001|
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Laws acquire popular names as they make their way through Congress. Sometimes these names say something about the substance of the law (as with the ' Winter Olympic Commemorative Coin Act').
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For many of the more recent public laws, links are provided to those laws (in their enacted form though, not as they appear in the code).?g=&p= Popular Name Tool. The Popular Name Tool enables you to search or browse the United States Code Table of Acts Cited by Popular Name.
For printing purposes, the PDF file is recommended. A detailed explanation of the Table is located :// Federal statutes and regulations follow a similar publication pattern: they are published first in chronological order and are later codified by subject.
The uses of various publications and web sites that describe the regulations promulgated by Federal agencies and the statutes passed by the U.S. Congress are examined :// If we don't, Shepard's Acts and Cases by Popular Names: Federal and State (KF S52Law Reference), is pretty much the only popular name table available without access to Lexis or Westlaw.
The set includes citations to statutes from all 50 states, indexed by popular name, and is a handy resource for doing multi-state Handy reference for citing federal statutes: If you are using the popular name of a statute, place this first in the citation.; Put the title number before the name of the code.; Properly abbreviate the name of code and place after the title--make sure to close up all spaces between adjacent single capitals in the name of the code.; Insert a section symbol (§) and section number for a ?g=&p= title 5a - federal advisory committee act; title 6 - domestic security; title 7 - agriculture; title 8 - aliens and nationality; title 9 - arbitration; title 10 - armed forces; title 11 - bankruptcy; title 11a - bankruptcy rules; title 12 - banks and banking; title 13 - census; title 14 - coast guard; title 15 - commerce and trade; title 16 the statute has been considered or discussed.
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