Primary Sources of Law

UNITED STATES STATUTES AT LARGE

Many in the Freedom Movement who are  interested in legal arguments too often rely on self-proclaimed “gurus”  because of the lack of access to fundamental legal sources. At times,  arguments asserted by these gurus (if the argument is not just  completely fabricated) cite particular legislative acts for amazing  propositions that are readily believed by those who don’t know  differently. For example, the “redemptionists” claimed that the 1935  Social Security Act set aside approximately 600,000 bux “on the private  side” for everyone having a social security account. But a reading of  the act itself reveals this contention to be just another (of the great  many) lies of the gurus, who intentionally (like their employer) deceive  the masses. One guru presently hitting the weekend seminar circuit  alleges that the International Sovereign Immunities Act placed all  government offices under the UN. Proof that this is just another big lie  promoted by deceptive gurus is proven by simply reading the act itself.

Of course, the United States Constitution is a primary source of legal authority. Another primary source of legal  authority is the U.S. Statutes at Large. After ratification of the U.S.  Constitution, Congress started meeting in Philadelphia and enacting  federal laws. Acts adopted by Congress are presented to the President  for signing, and thereafter delivered to the State Department for  archival purposes. For the first 50 years of this country’s existence,  these federal laws were published and made available to the public by a  publishing firm named Bioren and Duane as well as Justice Story. In the  early 1840s, Justice Story spearheaded a project to republished these  Congressional acts in an official publication, and Congress agreed in  1845. By 1848, another law publishing company, Little and Brown from  Boston, published the first official U.S. Statutes at Large, and today  this publication constitutes the official source for acts of Congress.   Starting in 1875 and continuing ever since, actual printing of the U.S.  Statutes at Large has been performed by the U.S. Government Printing  Office.

Today on the Net, a portion of these U.S. Statutes at Large can be read on an official government website. But the entire U.S. Statutes at Large appear nowhere on the Net, until  recently.  Years ago, a patriot associated with Truth Attack converted  the entire U.S. Statutes at Large into PDF files, converted the images  to text, and saved the text conversions beneath the PDF images, making  each volume searchable. These files were provided to Jon Roland, who  posted them on his website. Now, Truth Attack provides handy links to  all these volumes of the U.S. Statutes at Large.  

The U.S. Statutes at Large are posted on Jon Roland's
Constitution Society website, and are linked below:
 

Vol. 1, U.S. Statutes at Large (1789-99) (52MB)

Vol. 2, U.S. Statutes at Large (1799-1813) (67MB)

Vol. 3, U.S. Statutes at Large (1813-23) (65MB)

Vol. 4, U.S. Statutes at Large (1824-35) (68MB)

Vol. 5, U.S. Statutes at Large (1836-45) (68MB)

Vol. 9, U.S. Statutes at Large (1845-51) (83MB)

Vol. 10, U.S. Statutes at Large (1851-55) (56MB)

Vol. 11, U.S. Statutes at Large (1855-59) (50MB)

Vol. 12, U.S. Statutes at Large (1859-63) (70MB)

Vol. 13, U.S. Statutes at Large (1863-65) (53MB)

Vol. 14, U.S. Statutes at Large (1865-67) (48MB)

Vol. 15, U.S. Statutes at Large (1867-69) (30MB)

Vol. 16, U.S. Statutes at Large (1869-71) (52MB)

Vol. 17, U.S. Statutes at Large (1871-73) (55MB)

Vol. 18, U.S. Statutes at Large (1873-75) (72MB)

Vol. 19, U.S. Statutes at Large (1875-77) (35MB)

Vol. 20, U.S. Statutes at Large (1877-79) (42MB)

Vol. 21, U.S. Statutes at Large (1879-81) (43MB)

Vol. 22, U.S. Statutes at Large (1881-83) (53MB)

Vol. 23, U.S. Statutes at Large (1883-85) (45MB)

Vol. 24, U.S. Statutes at Large (1885-86) (54MB)

Vol. 25, U.S. Statutes at Large (1887-89) (89MB)

Vol. 26, U.S. Statutes at Large (1889-91) (100MB)

Vol. 27, U.S. Statutes at Large (1891-93) (68MB)

Vol. 28, U.S. Statutes at Large (1893-95) (83MB)

Vol. 29, U.S. Statutes at Large (1895-97) (62MB)

Vol. 30, U.S. Statutes at Large (1897-99) (121MB)

Vol. 31, U.S. Statutes at Large (1899-1901) (125MB)

Vol. 32, U.S. Statutes at Large (1901-03) (110MB)

Vol. 33, U.S. Statutes at Large (1903-05) (115MB)

Vol. 34, U.S. Statutes at Large (1905-07) (118MB)

Vol. 35, U.S. Statutes at Large (1907-09) (98MB)

Vol. 36, U.S. Statutes at Large (1909-11) (115MB)

Vol. 37, U.S. Statutes at Large (1911-13) (83MB)

Vol. 38, U.S. Statutes at Large (1913-15) (100MB)

Vol. 39, U.S. Statutes at Large (1915-17) (100MB)

Vol. 40, U.S. Statutes at Large (1917-19) (117MB)

Vol. 41, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1919-21) (129MB)

Vol. 42, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1922) (92MB)

Vol. 43, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1923-25) (120MB)

Vol. 44, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1925-27) (128MB)

Vol. 45, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1927-29) (147MB)

Vol. 46, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1929-31) (138MB)

Vol. 47, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1931-33) (126MB)

Vol. 48, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1933-34) (108MB)

Vol. 49, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1935-36) (171MB)

Vol. 50, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1937) (77MB)

Vol. 51, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1937) ((19MB)

Vol. 52, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1938) (107MB)

Vol. 53, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1939) (79MB)

Vol. 54, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1939-41) (106MB)

Vol. 55, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1941-42) (71MB)

Vol. 56, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1942) (88MB)

Vol. 57, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1943) (49MB)

Vol. 58, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1944) (76MB)

Vol. 59, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1945) (55MB)

Vol. 60, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1946) (88MB)

Vol. 61, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1947) (76MB)

Vol. 62, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1948) (103MB)

Vol. 63, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1949) (87MB)

Vol. 64, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1950) (102MB)

Vol. 65, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1951) (58MB)

Vol. 66, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1952) (61MB)

1952 version of the 1939 Code, title 26 USC (29 MB).  In 1939, the 39 Code was enacted by Congress, and it was amended every year after that. This 1952 version contains amendments to the Code up to that date, and it is helpful if you want to follow changes made in sections of the Code.

Vol. 67, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1953) (47MB)

Vol. 68, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1954) (94MB)

Vol. 69, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1955) (53MB)

Vol. 70, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1956) (85MB)

Vol. 71, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1957) (47MB)

Vol. 72, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1958) (126MB)

Vol. 73, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1959) (52MB)

Vol. 74, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1960) (74MB)

Vol. 75, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1961) (60MB)

Vol. 76, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1962) (89MB)

Vol. 77, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1963) (59MB)

Vol. 78, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1964) (77MB)

Vol. 79, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1965) (91MB)

Vol. 80, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1966) (105MB)

Vol. 81, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1967) (64MB)

Vol. 82, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1968) (96MB)

Vol. 83, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1969) (56MB)

Vol. 84, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1970) (149MB)

Vol. 85, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1971) (56MB)

Vol. 86, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1972) (110MB)

Vol. 87, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1973) (73MB)

Vol. 88, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1974) (166MB)

Vol. 89, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1975) (71MB)

Vol. 90, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1976) (181MB)

Vol. 91, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1977) (98MB)

Vol. 92, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1978) (233MB)

Vol. 93, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1979) (82MB)

Vol. 94, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1980) (224MB)

Vol. 95, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1981) (110MB)

Vol. 96, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1982) (152MB)

Vol. 97, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1983) (86MB)

Vol. 98, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1984) ((199MB)

Vol. 99, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1985) (114MB)

Vol. 100, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1986) (308MB)

Vol. 101, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1987) (169MB)

Vol. 102, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1988) (293MB)

Vol. 103, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1989) (149MB)

Vol. 104, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1990) (343MB)

Vol. 105, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1991) (139MB)

Vol. 106, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1992) (303MB)

Vol. 107, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1993) (141MB)

Vol. 108, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1994) (300MB)

Vol. 109, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1995) (52MB)

Vol. 110, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1996) (308MB)

Vol. 111, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1997) (8MB)

Vol. 112, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1998) (14MB)

Vol. 113, U.S. Statutes at Large
(1999) (8MB)

Vol. 114, U.S. Statutes at Large
(2000) (15MB)

Vol. 115, U.S. Statutes at Large
(2001) (10MB)

Vol. 116, U.S. Statutes at Large
(2002) (14MB)

Vol. 117, U.S. Statutes at Large
(2003) (12MB)

Vol. 118, U.S. Statutes at Large
(2004) (19MB)

Vol. 119, U.S. Statutes at Large
(2005) (10MB)

Vol. 120, U.S. Statutes at Large
(2006) (10MB)

Vol. 121, U.S. Statutes at Large
(2007) (6.6MB)

Vol. 122, U.S. Statutes at Large
(2008)

Vol. 123, U.S. Statutes at Large (2009)

Finding a specific act of Congress is  easy. For example, a student might run across a reference to the Legal  Tender Act of 1862, 12 Stat. 345. To find this act with its citation, one  would simply pull Volume 12 of the U.S. Statutes at Large, and turn to  page 345. The first number, in this example, 12, is the volume number  and the second number, 345, is the page number in that volume.

In 1926 pursuant to a Congressional act, the United States Code was created. Please see this article, Titles of the U.S. Code,  for an explanation of how this Code was created. The first U.S.Code was  published in a single volume, and it may be downloaded (in a searchable  format) here:

See also Revised Statutes.

 

 

 

HISTORICAL INCOME TAX LAWS AND REGULATIONS

Many students of the federal income tax lack ready access to important government documents related thereto, most significantly the various  regulations adopted to implement the prior tax statutes. The  purpose of this web page is to make those regulations available.

For those who are unfamiliar with these old tax regulations, a short  explanation must be offered regarding the method by which the government  in the past published regulations for various prior tax acts. Typically  when a new tax law was enacted, Congress granted rule making authority  to the Secretary of the Treasury. However before the creation of the  Federal Register in 1936, these regulations were simply printed in  booklet form and made available to the public. As examples, Regulations 5  concerned bonded warehouses for the distilling of alcoholic beverages.  Regulations 6 dealt with the tax on fermented liquors. Regulations 8  related to tobacco taxes, and Regulations 9 concerned the tax on  oleomargarine. Regulations 4 concerned the assessment of the 1863  federal income tax, and Regulations 21 concerned the similar income  taxes imposed by the 1894 act. Some regulations did not relate  specifically to taxpayers, but instead to government employees. Regulations 1 related to tax assessments, and Regulations 3 concerned the assessment  of the legacy tax. These and other regulations were simply printed as  booklets and distributed to the public. Some sets of regulations were  short while others were extremely long, and the voluminous regulations  had tables of contents as well as lengthy indexes.  Some of the shorter  regulations were published as Treasury Decisions in official  publications like Treasury Decisions Under the Internal Revenue Laws  (“TDIR”). The TDIR series started in 1898 and ended in 1942, and the set  contains 36 volumes; most law libraries make it available. Links to many of the volumes in this set appear below.

The income tax regulations which appear here were obtained from several sources. First, the TDIR series contained amended  Regulations 33 for the 1917 act, Regulations 45 for the 1918  act, Regulations 45 as amended in 1920, Regulations 62 for the  1921 act, Regulations 65 for the 1924 act, and Regulations 69  for the 1926 act. These regulations published as Treasury Decisions in the TDIR are included here for the purpose showing the  reader how the original regulations appeared.

The second source for the regulations made available here is a multi-volume set  (approximately 150 in number) named Internal Revenue Acts of  the United States, 1909-1950, compiled by Mr. Bernard Reams,  and published by William S. Hein & Co., Inc., a prominent  law publisher. This set of books reprinted all the various tax acts adopted during the period 1909 through 1950, and the set  is very handy for the tax practitioner. Also included in this set are copies of most of the older tax regulations promulgated during this same period. Since these are copies of official government  publications, they cannot be copyrighted.

The final source of the below regulations is the Federal Register, the first issue being published in 1936.

But a word of caution is in order regarding the 1936 Federal Register.  1936 was the year that the Federal Register was first published. Some  libraries have simply bound together the daily editions of the Federal  Register and make that available. But in 1936, there was also an annual  edition; this edition published all that appeared in the daily edition  of the Federal Register for that year, excepting each daily’s title page  which was not reprinted. Hence, page numbers of the “daily edition” are  different from the “annual edition” for this year. But having the date  of publication makes finding such pages in the annual 1936 edition easy.

Below are identified the various tax acts and the regulations promulgated to implement those acts:

1913 - The October 3, 1913 tax act: "An Act To Reduce Tariff Duties And To  Provide Revenue For The Government, And For Other Purposes," 38 Stat.  114, ch. 16. Regulations  No. 33,  promulgated on January 5, 1914, implemented this act. These regulations  were promulgated as Treasury Decision 1944, but they were not published  in the TDIR. The copies provided here were obtained from Reams.

1916 - The September 8, 1916 tax act: "An Act To Increase The Revenue, And  For Other Purposes," 39 Stat. 756, ch. 463. Treasury Decision 2367, 18  TDIR 168, simply made the Regulations 33 for the 1913 act applicable to  this act.

1917 - The October 3, 1917 tax act: "An Act to Provide Revenue To Defray War  Expenses, And For Other Purposes", 40 Stat. 300, ch. 63.  Treasury  Decision 2690, 20 TDIR 126, promulgated revised  Regulations  No. 33 applicable to this act. 

1918 - The Revenue Act of 1918:  "An Act To Provide Revenue, And For Other Purposes", 40  Stat. 1057, ch. 18.  Treasury Decision 2831, 21 TDIR 170,  promulgated  Regulations No. 45 for this act. Treasury Decision 3146, 23 TDIR 352, promulgated revised (1920) Regulations No. 45. Included here are copies of these actual Treasury Decisions.

1921 - The Revenue Act of 1921:  "An Act To Reduce And Equalize Taxation, To Provide Revenue, And For  Other Purposes," 42 Stat. 227, ch. 136. Treasury Decision 3295, 24 TDIR  207, promulgated Regulations  No. 62 for this act. Included here is the copy of this actual Treasury Decision.

1924 - The Revenue Act of 1924:  "An Act To Reduce And Equalize Taxation, To Provide Revenue, And For  Other Purposes," 43 Stat. 253, ch. 234. Treasury Decision 3640, 26 TDIR  745, promulgated Regulations  No. 65 for this act. Included here is the copy of this actual Treasury Decision.

1926 - The Revenue Act of 1926:  "An Act To Reduce And Equalize Taxation, To Provide Revenue, And For  Other Purposes,"  44 Stat. 9, ch. 27. Treasury Decision 3922, 28 TDIR  558, promulgated Regulations  No. 69 for this act. Included here is the copy of this actual Treasury Decision.

1928 - The Revenue Act of 1928: "An Act To Reduce And Equalize Taxation, Provide Revenue, And For Other Purposes," 45 Stat. 791, ch. 852. Regulations  No. 74 were applicable to this act. The booklet form of these regulations is provided here.

1932 - The Revenue Act of 1932: "An Act To Provide Revenue, Equalize Taxation, And For Other Purposes,"  47 Stat. 169, ch. 209.  Regulations  No. 77 were applicable to this act. The booklet form of these regulations is provided here.

1934 - The Revenue Act of 1934: "An Act To Provide Revenue, Equalize Taxation, And For Other Purposes,"  48 Stat. 680, ch. 277.  Regulations  No. 86 were applicable to this act. The booklet form of these regulations is provided here.

1936 - The Revenue Act of 1936: "An Act To Provide Revenue, Equalize Taxation, And For Other Purposes,"  49 Stat. 1648, ch. 690.  Regulations  No. 94 were applicable to this act. These regulations were obtained from the Federal Register:

1 Fed. Reg. 2093, Sat. Nov. 14, 1936

1 Fed. Reg. 2161, Tues. Nov. 17, 1936

1 Fed. Reg. 2244, Wed. Nov. 18, 1936

1938 - The Revenue Act of 1938: "An Act To Provide Revenue, Equalize Taxation, And For Other Purposes,"  52 Stat. 447, ch. 289.  Regulations  No. 101 were applicable to this act. These regulations were  obtained from the  Federal Register:

4 Fed. Reg. 616, Fri. Feb. 10, 1939

4 Fed. Reg. 700, Sat. Feb. 11, 1939

4 Fed. Reg. 802, Tues. Feb. 14, 1939

1939 - The 1939 Internal Revenue Code: 53 Stat., part 1.  Regulations  No. 103 were applicable to this act. These regulations were obtained from the Federal Register:

5 Fed. Reg. 348-424, Thurs. Feb. 1, 1940

5 Fed. Reg. 437-560, Fri. Feb. 2, 1940

5 Fed. Reg. 569-588, Sat. Feb. 3, 1940

Regulations  No. 111 for the 1939 Code, a revision of the regulations for the 1939 Code, were adopted in November, 1943:

8 Fed. Reg. 14882-14979, Wed. Nov. 3, 1943

8 Fed. Reg. 15002-15175, Thurs. Nov. 4, 1943

8 Fed. Reg. 15205-15239, Fri. Nov. 5, 1943

Regulations No. 118 also revised regulations for the 1939 Code and were published in the Federal Register:

18 Fed. Reg. 5771-6199, Sat. Sept. 26, 1953.

Here are Regulations Nos. 90 and 91, which were regulations adopted for the Social Security Act. Regulations 106, 107, and 116 were adopted to govern wage withholding.

The 1999 and 2003 regulations for the 1986 Internal Revenue Code are posted on this page of Jon Roland's website.

Here is a searchable PDF file of the 1954 Internal Revenue Code.  That Code was scanned, converted to Word text and proofed several times  before being saved as a PDF file.   See also 1986 Internal Revenue Code (Jan. 2002 version).  Finally, here is a 1975 Congressional report about activities of the IRS.

Why is it important for students of the tax laws to study the old tax acts? They are interrelated as explained here.

Post Script:

The following are citations to former federal income tax acts:

1861 act: 12 Stat. 292, 309, ch. 45 (§§ 49-51).  
1862 act: 12 Stat. 432, 473, ch. 119 (§§ 86-114).
1864 act: 13 Stat. 223, 281, ch. 173 (§§ 116-150).
1865 act: 13 Stat. 469, 479, ch. 78 (amended § 116).
1866 act: 14 Stat. 98, 137, ch. 184.
1867 act: 14 Stat. 471, 477, ch. 169.
1870 act: 16 Stat. 256, 257, ch. 255.
1894 act: 28 Stat. 509, ch. 349.

Treasury Decisions Under the Internal Revenue Laws

The 36 volume  set of books mentioned above contains Treasury Decisions from 1898 through 1942. Google Books has scanned many of these volumes that  are linked below. When you get to any particular link, you may download  the document on that page by clicking on the "download" icon in the  upper right hand corner of the page.

TDIR Vol. 1

TDIR Vol. 2

TDIR Vol. 3

TDIR Vol. 4

TDIR Vol. 5

TDIR Vol. 6

TDIR Vol. 7

TDIR Vol. 8

TDIR Vol. 9

TDIR Vol. 10

TDIR Vol. 11

TDIR Vol. 12

TDIR Vol. 13

TDIR Vol. 14

TDIR Vol. 15

TDIR Vol. 16

TDIR Vol. 17

TDIR Vol. 18

TDIR Vol. 19

TDIR Vol. 20

TDIR Vol. 21

TDIR Vol. 22

TDIR Vol. 23

Google has also posted some old tax regulations:

Regs 1

Regs 2

Regs 9

Regs 55

Regs 62

Regs 64

Many Others

STATE CONSTITUTIONS AND CODES

Do you have trouble finding good state codes posted on the Net? Here they are:

Alabama Constitution
Alabama Code


Alaska Constitution

Alaska Code


Arizona Constitution

Arizona Code


Arkansas Constitution

Arkansas Code


California Constitution

California Code
&  California Code

Colorado Constitution

Colorado Code


Connecticut Constitution

Connecticut Code


Delaware Constitution

Delaware Code


District of Columbia


Florida Constitution

Florida Code


Georgia Constitution

Georgia Code


Hawaii Constitution

Hawaii

Idaho Constitution

Idaho Code


Illinois Constitution

Illinois Code


Indiana Constitution

Indiana Code


Iowa Constitution

Iowa Code


Kansas Constitution

Kansas Code


Kentucky Constitution

Kentucky Code


Louisiana Constitution

Louisiana Code


Maine Constitution

Maine Code


Maryland Constitution

Maryland Code
&  Maryland Code

Massachusetts Constitution

Massachusetts Code


Michigan Constitution

Michigan Code


Minnesota Constitution

Minnesota Code


Mississippi Constitution

Mississippi Code


Missouri Constitution

Missouri Code


Montana Constitution

Montana Code


Nebraska Constitution

Nebraska Code


Nevada Constitution

Nevada Code


New Hampshire Constitution

New Hampshire Code


New Jersey Constitution

New Jersey Code


New Mexico Constitution

New Mexico Code


New York Constitution

New York Code


North Carolina Constitution

North Carolina Code


North Dakota Constitution

North Dakota Code


Ohio Constitution

Ohio Code


Oklahoma Constitution

Oklahoma Code


Oregon Constitution

Oregon Code


Pennsylvania Constitution

Pennsylvania Code


Rhode Island Constitution

Rhode Island Code


South Carolina Constitution

South Carolina Code


South Dakota Constitution

South Dakota Code


Tennessee Constitution

Tennessee Code


Texas Constitution

Texas Code


Utah Constitution

Utah Code


Vermont Constitution

Vermont Code


Virginia Constitution

Virginia Code


Washington Constitution

Washington Code


West Virginia Constitution

West Virginia Code


Wisconsin Constitution

Wisconsin Code


Wyoming Constitution

Wyoming Code


Finis.
 

 

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