Time: Tue Jun 03 06:02:17 1997
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Date: Tue, 03 Jun 1997 05:43:50 -0700
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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: 26 CFR 9.22(b)-1  [1939]

I cited several of those in "The Federal Zone."
You raise a very good point here, however,
if and when an "old" regulation simply drops
off the books.  

It makes you wonder, doesn't it?

I have a brief discussion of the legal force
and effect of regulations, in one of the letters
found in Appendix P of "The Federal Zone." 
I will see if I can dig it up for you.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 08:44 AM 6/2/97 -0700, you wrote:
>What is the general rule when examining different year versions of
>The 1939 version has a section I cannot find in the current version: 26
>CFR 9.22(b)-1, provides for excluding from 'gross income' any 'income'
>that is constituionally excluded from the term 'income'.  i.e. fair
>compensation for labor (property).
>Are the sections not in the current 26 CFR repealed?  
>How does the IRS treat the 1939 CFR?  

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