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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
National Labor Relations Board
National Marine Fisheries Service
National Mediation Board
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

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National Park Service
National Railroad Adjustment Board
National Railroad Passenger Corporation (AMTRAK)
National Science Foundation
National Security Council
National Security Council and Office of Science and

Technology Policy
National Telecommunications and Information

Administration
National Transportation Safety Board
Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation Commission
Navy Department
Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission
Office of Independent Counsel
Offices of Independent Counsel, Department of Justice
Overseas Private Investment Corporation
Packers and Stockyards Administration
Panama Canal Regulations
Patent and Trademark Office
Peace Corps
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation
Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration, Department

of Labor
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
Personnel Management, Office of

Federal Employees Health Benefits Acquisition Regulation
Postal Rate Commission
Postal Service, United States
Postsecondary Education, Office of
President's Commission on White House Fellowships
Presidential Documents
Prisons, Bureau of
Productivity, Technology and Innovation, Assistant

Secretary (Commerce)
Property Management Regulations System, Federal
Public Contracts, Department of Labor
Public Health Service
Railroad Retirement Board
Reclamation Bureau
Refugee Resettlement, Office of
Regional Action Planning Commissions
Research and Special Programs Administration
Rural Electrification Administration
Rural Telephone Bank
Saint Elizabeths Hospital
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation
Science and Technology Policy, Office of
Science and Technology Policy, Office of, and National

Security Council
Secret Service
Securities and Exchange Commission
Selective Service System
Small Business Administration
Smithsonian Institution
Social Security Administration
Soil Conservation Service

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Housing and Urban Development
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home, United States
Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Office of
State Department

Federal Acquisition Regulation
Surface Mining and Reclamation Appeals, Board of
Susquehanna River Basin Commission
Tennessee Valley Authority
Trade Representative, United States, Office of
Transportation, Department of

Coast Guard
Commercial Space Transportation, Office of
Contract Appeals Board
Federal Acquisition Regulation
Federal Aviation Administration
Federal Highway Administration
Federal Railroad Administration
Maritime Administration
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Research and Special Programs Administration
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation
Secretary of Transportation, Office of

Urban Mass Transportation Administration
Transportation, Office of, Department of Agriculture
Travel Service, United States
Treasury Department

Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Bureau of
Comptroller of the Currency
Customs Service, United States
Engraving and Printing, Bureau of
Federal Acquisition Regulation
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
Fiscal Service
Foreign Assets Control, Office of
Internal Revenue Service
Monetary Offices
Secret Service
Secretary of the Treasury, Office of

United States Customs Service
Truman, Harry S. Scholarship Foundation
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United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency
United States Customs Service
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United States Information Agency
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Agency
United States International Trade Commission
United States Postal Service
United States Soldiers' and Airmen's Home
United States Trade Representative, Office of
United States Travel Service
Urban Mass Transportation Administration
Veterans Administration
Veterans Employment and Training, Office of the Assistant

Secretary for
Vice President of the United States, Office of
Vocational and Adult Education, Office of
Wage and Hour Division
Water Resources Council
Workers' Compensation Programs, Office of
World Agriculture Outlook Board

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Redesignations and Editorial Changes

The following document published at 44 FR 37938, June 29, 1979, affects regulations appearing in Chapter II of this volume.

REMOVED MATERIAL 1. The following special rules have been deleted from the 1979 revision of the CFR because internal provisions indicate that they have expired.

Special rule No.

Placement in 10 CFR 200-End revision

Period of time covered by special rule

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For the month of July 1976.
For the months of August 1976 through Mar. 31,

1977.
Through Mar. 31, 1977; and through Mar. 31, 1978.
Through Mar. 31, 1979.
Commencing Feb. 1, 1974; and month of May 1974.
Quarter commencing Sept. 1, 1974.
Months of Nov. and Dec. 1974, and Jan. and Feb.

1975.
Quarter commencing Sept. 1, 1975 is not

extended beyond Nov. 15, 1975. For the months of Feb. and Mar. 1977. Quarter commencing June 1, 1977; and

special allocation ... for month of Sept. 1977;

also allocation period commencing Oct. 1, 1977.
Remain in effect thru Mar. 31, 1977.
Remain in effect thru Mar. 31, 1977.
For the months Jan. thru Mar. 1977.

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2. Part 500, entitled “Mandatory Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Rationing Regulations," was established on January 26, 1977, at 42 FR 4819. These regulations were issued subject to the approval by a resolution by each House of Congress in accordance with the procedures specified in section 552 of the Energy Policy and Conservation Act (Pub. L. 94-163).

Since Congressional approval was never granted, Part 500 is being removed from the CFR.

3. In 212.72, the definitions of “Adjusted decontrol base production level,” “Decontrol base production level,” and “Decontrolled old crude petroleum” were added on July 29, 1975, at 40 FR 31747. These regulations were issued subject to Congressional review according to the procedures specified under section 4(g)(2) of the Emergency Petroleum Allocation Act of 1973.

Since Congress did not approve this amendment, $ 212.72 is amended by removing these definitions.

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APPENDIX HEADINGS
The headings of the appendices in this chapter are being editorially amended.
The intent of these changes is to-

1. Create a uniform system of designation for appendices in this title;
2. Indicate what the material in the appendix is appended to; and
3. Provide a short, descriptive subject heading for each appendix.
The amended headings read as follows:

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Part 205:

Appendix il-Guidelines for the Disposition of Requests Appendix A to Subpart D of Part 205—Disposition of Refor Exceptions from Part 213.

quests for Exceptions from Part 213. Part 208:

Appendix-Summary Sheet to Accompany Draft and Final Appendix A to Part 208–Environmental Impact Statement Environmental Impact Statements.

Summary Sheet. Part 211:

Appendix-Guidelines for the Allocation of Propane and Appendix A to Subpart D of Part 211–Allocation Guidelines

Other NGLS for Gas Utility and Gas Transmission for Propane and Other Natural Gas Liquid Products for Gas Company Use.

Utility and Transmission Company Use. Appendix A-Forms and Instructions.

Appendix A to Subpart L of Part 211-Reporting Forms and

Instructions. Part 212:

Appendix-Schedule of No. 9 of monthly price adjust. Appendix A to Subpart D of Part 212—Monthly Price Adjustments effective Dec. 1, 1977.

ments from February 1976 through August 1979. Part 430:

Appendix A1-Uniform test method for measuring the Appendix A to Subpart B of Part 430—Uniform test method energy consumption of electric refrigerator-freezers. for measuring the energy consumption of electric refrigera

tors and electric refrigerator-freezers. Appendix B-Uniform test method for measuring the Appendix B to Subpart B of Part 430—Uniform test method energy consumption of freezers.

for measuring the energy consumption of freezers. Appendix C-Uniform test method for measuring the Appendix C to Subpart B of Part 430—Uniform test method energy consumption of dishwashers.

for measuring the energy consumption of dishwashers. Appendix D-Uniform test method for measuring the Appendix D to Subpart B of Part 430—Uniform test method energy consumption of clothes dryers.

for measuring the energy consumption of clothes dryers. Appendix E-Uniform test method for measuring the Appendix E to Subpart B of Part 430—Uniform test method energy consumption of water heaters.

for measuring the energy consumption of water heaters. Appendix F-Uniform test method for measuring the Appendix F to Subpart B of Part 430—Uniform test method energy consumption of room air conditioners.

for measuring the energy consumption of room air condi

tioners. Appendix G-Uniform method for measuring the energy Appendix G to Subpart B of Part 430—Uniform method for consumption of unvented home heating equipment. measuring the energy consumption of unvented home heat

ing equipment Appendix H-Uniform test method for measuring the Appendix H to Subpart B of Part 430—Uniform test method energy consumption of television sets.

for measuring the energy consumption of television sets. Appendix I-Uniform test method for measuring the Appendix I to Subpart B of Part 430—Uniform test method for

energy consumption of conventional ranges; conven- measuring the energy consumption of conventional ranges; tional cooking tops; conventional ovens; microwave conventional cooking tops; conventional ovens; microwave ovens and microwave/conventional ranges.

ovens and microwave/conventional ranges. Appendix J-Uniform test method for measuring the Appendix J to Subpart B of Part 430—Uniform test method

energy consumption of automatic and semi-automatic for measuring the energy consumption of automatic and clothes washers.

semi-automatic clothes washers. Appendix K1-Uniform test methmod for measuring the Appendix K1 to Subpart B of Part 430-Uniform test method energy consumption of central system humidifiers.

for measuring the energy consumption of central system

humidifiers. Appendix K2-Uniform test method for measuring the Appendix K2 to Subpart B of Part 430—Uniform test methods energy consumption of room humidifiers.

for measuring the energy consumption of room humidifiers. Appendix L-Uniform test method for measuring the Appendix L to Subpart B of Part 430—Uniform test method energy consumption of dehumidifiers.

for measuring the energy consumption of dehumidifiers. Appendix M-Uniform test method for measuring the Appendix M to Subpart B of Part 430—Uniform test method energy consumption of central air conditioners.

for measuring the energy consumption of central air condi

tioners. Appendix N-Uniform test method for measuring the Appendix N to Subpart B of Part 430—Uniform test method energy consumption of furnaces.

for measuring the energy consumption of furnaces. Appendix O-Uniform test method measuring the energy Appendix O to Subpart B of Part 430—Uniform test method consumption of vented home heating equipment.

for measuring the energy consumption of vented home

heating equipment. Part 450: Appendix B-Heating zones for energy measures.

Appendix A to Subpart D of Part 450—Heating zones for

energy measures. Appendix C—Cooling zones for energy measures

Appendix B to Subpart D of Part 450— Cooling zones for

energy measures. Appendix A-Energy Price Projections...

Appendix A to Part 450--Energy Price Projections. Appendix B-Discount Factors (Discounting Rate of 10 Appendix B to Part 450—Discount Factors (Discounting Rate Percent).

of 10 Percent). Appendix C-Factors to adjust future principal and inter- Appendix C to Part 450—Factors to adjust future principal and est payments to base year equivalent values.

interest payments to base year equivalent values. Part 725:

Appendix A-Categories of Restricted Data Available (In- Appendix A to Part 725_Categories of Restricted Data Availcluding Scope Notes for Each Category).

able. Appendix B-ERDA's Operations Offices Geographical Appendix B to Part 725-ERDA's Operations Offices and Areas of Responsibilities.

Geographical Areas of Responsibilities.

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Part 861:

Appendix A-Perimeter description of the Energy Re- Appendix A to Part 861—Perimeter Description of ERDA's

search and Development Administration's Nevada test Nevada Test site. site in the State of Nevada.

STANDBY REGULATIONS I. Standby Regulations have been published as special rules in 10 CFR Chapter II. Because of the relationship to existing regulations, they must be separate from the remaining special rules and given a unique, identifiable designation. We are designating the standby regulations as follows:

Old

New

Special Rule 1 to Part 210..
Special Rule 10 to Part 211, Subpart C.
Special Rule 1 to Part 211...
Special Rule 1 to Part 212, Subpart L.
Special Rule 1 to Part 212..

Standby regulation 210-1.
Standby regulation 211-1.
Standby regulation 211-2.
Standby regulation 212-1.
Standby regulation 212-2.

II. The text of the standby regulations are carried in an Appendix A to the part where they appear. For example, Appendix A to Part 211 contains Standby Regulations 211-1 and 211-2. The full text of any document affecting a standby regulation will be carried with that regulation.

III. A series of bridges or finding aids have been developed to connect the current text of the CFR to the provisions of the Standby Regulation that potentially amends the CFR. These devices

1. Make the user aware of the existence of alternative text;

2. Connect the CFR section to the standby regulation potentially affecting it; and

3. Indicate activated provisions of any activated standby regulation. These finding aids include

1. A two-part table to 10 CFR Chapter II indicating published standby regulations; and

2. A note to any potentially affected CFR section indicating the standby regulation potentially affecting it. The tables would appear as follows:

DOE/ERA STANDBY REGULATIONS

TABLE 1

Standby regulation

Subject

FR

210-1 211-1

Standby product price and allocation regs

44 FR 3936, Jan. 18, 1979.
Standby mandatory crude oil allocation and refinery 44 FR 3423, Jan. 16, 1979.

yield control programs.
Standby product allocation regs .....

44 FR 3936, Jan. 18, 1979.
Mandatory allocated crude oil pricing rule

44 FR 3427, Jan. 16, 1979. Standby product price regs.

44 FR 3942, Jan. 18, 1979.

211-2 212-1 212-2

TABLE 2–Continued

TABLE 2

Section affected

Standby regulation

Section affected

Standby regulation

210.35
211.2.
211.9.

210.-1
211.-2
211.-2

211.10
211.12
211.13

211.-2
211.-2.
211.-2

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