Deciphering a U.S. Document Citation
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Citation: S. 671, 103d Cong., 1st Sess
Translation: Senate Bill 671 from the 1st session of the 103rd Congress.
Citation: H. R. 828, 101st Cong., 1st Sess
Translation: House bill number 828 from the first session of the 101st Congress.
Citation: S. Prt. 104-18
Translation: Senate committee print number 18 from the 104th Congress.
Citation: H. Rept. 102-3
Translation: House Report number 3 from the 102nd Congress.
Citation: P.L. 103-36
Translation: Public Law. 103-36 is the thirty-sixth public law enacted during the 103rd Congress.
Citation: 107 Stat. 104
Translation: Statutes at Large. Volume 107 of the Statutes, page 104.
Citation: 44 U.S.C. 1900
Translation: United States Code. Title 44 of the U.S. Code, section 1900.
Citation: 128 Cong. Rec. S15,657
Translation: Volume 128 of the Congressional Record (daily edition), page S. 15,657.
Citation: 93 Cong. Rec. 2177
Translation: Volume 93 of the Congressional Record (bound edition), page 2177.
(NOTE: the Bound Congressional Record differs from the daily edition -- it has continuous pagination; somewhat edited, revised, and rearranged text; and the dropping of the prefixes H, S, and E before page numbers.)
Citation: 61 FR 54709
Translation: Volume 61 of the Federal Register, page 54709.
Citation: 18 CFR 157.17
Translation: Title 18 of the Code of Federal Regulations, part 157.17.