Thursday, August 2, 2007

UNITED STATES STATUTES AND THE UNITED STATES CODE
Historical Outlines, Notes, Lists, Tables, and Sources

Compiled by Richard J. McKinney
Assistant Law Librarian, Federal Reserve Board
Last revised in June 2006

The U.S. Statutes at Large is a chronological arrangement of all laws enacted by Congress.
The U.S. Code is an updated, subject arrangement of all general and permanent U.S. law so enacted.

Historical Outlines, Explanatory Notes and Lists

Basic Overview on How Federal Laws Are Published, Organized and Cited [PDF]

How to Find U.S. Statutes and U.S. Code Citations [PDF] (Fourth Rev. Ed, 1980; Office of the Federal Register)

Positive Law Codification in the United States Code [PDF] (Office of the Law Revision Counsel)

United States Code: Historical Outline and Explanatory Notes [PDF]

United States Code: List of Positive Law Titles with Enacting Cites and Location to Revision Notes [PDF]

United States Statutes: Historical Outline and Source Notes [PDF]

Unraveling the Mysteries of the U.S. Code: A Q&A [PDF]

U.S. Statutes at Large: List of Documents and Information Included [PDF]

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