(5) Exclusion from third party testing (A) Certain printed materials (i) In general The third party testing requirements established under subsection (a) shall not apply to ordinary books or ordinary paper-based printed materials. (ii) Definitions (I) Ordinary book The term “ordinary book” means a book printed on paper or cardboard, printed with inks or toners, and bound and finished using a conventional method, and that is intended to be read or has educational value. Such term does not include books with inherent play value, books designed or intended for a child 3 years of age or younger, and does not include any toy or other article that is not a book that is sold or packaged with an ordinary book. (II) Ordinary paper-based printed materials The term “ordinary paper-based printed materials” means materials printed on paper or cardboard, such as magazines, posters, greeting cards, and similar products, that are printed with inks or toners and bound and finished using a conventional method. (III) Exclusions Such terms do not include books or printed materials that contain components that are printed on material other than paper or cardboard or contain nonpaper-based components such as metal or plastic parts or accessories that are not part of the binding and finishing materials used in a conventional method. (B) Metal component parts of bicycles The third party testing requirements established under subsection (a) shall not apply to metal component parts of bicycles with respect to compliance with the lead content limits in place pursuant to section 1278a(b)(6) of this title .
15 USC § 2063(d)(5)
None identified, default scope is assumed to be the parent (chapter 47) of this section.