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The provisions of these regulations (16 CFR subchapter C of chapter II) with respect to the doing of any act shall be applicable also to the causing of such act to be done.
This is a list of United States Code sections, Statutes at Large, Public Laws, and Presidential Documents, which provide rulemaking authority for this CFR Part.
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§ 1261 - Definitions
§ 1262 - Declaration of hazardous substances
§ 1263 - Prohibited acts
§ 1264 - Penalties; exceptions
§ 1265 - Seizures
§ 1266 - Hearing before report of criminal violation
§ 1267 - Injunctions; criminal contempt; trial by court or jury
§ 1268 - Proceedings in name of United States; subpenas
§ 1269 - Regulations
§ 1270 - Examinations and investigations
§ 1271 - Records of interstate shipment
§ 1272 - Publicity; reports; dissemination of information
§ 1273 - Imports
§ 1274 - Remedies respecting banned hazardous substances
§ 1275 - Toxicological Advisory Board
§ 1276 - Congressional veto of hazardous substances regulations
§ 1277 - Labeling of art materials
§ 1278 - Requirements for labeling certain toys and games
122 Stat. 3016
Title 16 published on 2015-12-04
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 16 CFR Part 1500 after this date.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (Commission or CPSC) proposes to amend its regulations regarding fireworks devices under the Federal Hazardous Substances Act. The proposed amendments are based on the Commission's review of its existing fireworks regulations, the current fireworks market, changes in technology, existing fireworks standards, and safety issues associated with fireworks devices. The proposed amendments would create new requirements and modify or clarify existing requirements. Some of the proposed revisions would align with existing fireworks standards or codify the Commission's existing testing practices. The Commission believes that the proposed requirements would improve consumer safety by codifying limits, test procedures, and requirements that would reduce the risk of injury to consumers and clarifying existing requirements to promote compliance.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has approved a Proposed Statement of Policy regarding the Commission's interpretation of the phrase “intended to produce audible effects” that appears in the Commission's fireworks regulations.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (“Commission” or “CPSC”) published a direct final rule (“DFR”) and notice of proposed rulemaking (“NPR”) in the same issue of the Federal Register on October 14, 2015, clarifying when component part testing can be used and clarifying which textile products have been determined not to exceed the allowable lead content limits. Because the comment period deadline for the DFR was stated incorrectly on regulations.gov, the Commission is reopening the comment period to accept comments submitted by January 13, 2016, and is delaying the effective date of the DFR to February 12, 2016.