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30 CFR parts 730, 731, and 732 have
been met.
3. National Environmental Policy Act
No environmental impact statement is
required for this rule since section
702(d) of SMCRA (30 U.S.C. 1292(d))
provides that agency decisions on
proposed State regulatory program
provisions do not constitute major
Federal actions within the meaning of
section 102(2)(C) of the National
Environmental Policy Act (42 U.S.C.
4332(2)(C)).
4. Paperwork Reduction Act
This rule does not contain
information collection requirements that
require approval by OMB under the
Paperwork Reduction Act (44 U.S.C.
3507 et seq.).
5. Regulatory Flexibility Act
The Department of the Interior has
determined that this rule will not have
a significant economic impact on a
substantial number of small entities
under the Regulatory Flexibility Act (5
U.S.C. 601 et seq.). The State submittal
that is the subject of this rule is based
upon counterpart Federal regulations for
which an economic analysis was
prepared and certification made that
such regulations would not have a
significant economic effect upon a
substantial number of small entities.
Accordingly, this rule will ensure that
existing requirements previously

promulgated by OSM will be
implemented by the State. In making the
determination as to whether this rule
would have a significant economic
impact, the Department relied upon the
data and assumptions for the
counterpart Federal regulations.
6. Unfunded Mandates
This rule will not impose a cost of
$100 million or more in any given year
on any governmental entity or the
private sector.
List of Subjects in 30 CFR Part 944
Intergovernmental relations, Surface
mining, Underground mining.
Dated: March 31, 1998.
Richard J. Seibel,
Regional Director, Western Regional
Coordinating Center.
[FR Doc. 98–9173 Filed 4–7–98; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 4310–05–M

The Copyright Office
published in the Federal Register of
April 1, 1998, a proposed rule regarding
new fees for special services. This
document corrects the special services
fee chart.
DATES: April 8, 1998.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Marilyn J. Kretsinger, Assistant General
Counsel, or Patricia Sinn, Senior
Attorney, Copyright GC/I&R, P.O. Box
70400, Southwest Station, Washington,
DC 20024, or telephone (202) 707–8380.
Fax: (202) 707–8366.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The
proposed rule Docket No. 98–2
regarding fees published beginning on
page 15802 in the April 1, 1998, issue
of the Federal Register, contained errors
in the special services fee chart
appearing on pages 15806–15807 that
need to be clarified.
SUMMARY:

List of Subjects in 37 CFR Part 201
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
Copyright Office
37 CFR Part 201
[Docket No. 98–2]

Fees
Copyright Office, Library of
Congress.
ACTION: Proposed rule; correction
AGENCY:

Copyright, General provisions.
PART 201—GENERAL PROVISIONS
In consideration of the foregoing, the
proposed rule amending part 201 of 37
CFR chapter II published at 63 FR 15802
is corrected as follows:
§ 201.32

[Corrected]

On page 15806, in § 201.32, the
special services fee chart is corrected to
read as follows:

Special services
1.
2.
3.
4.

Service charge for deposit account overdraft ...................................................................................................................................
Service charge for dishonored deposit account replenishment check .............................................................................................
Service charge for short fee payment ...............................................................................................................................................
Appeals:
a. First appeal .................................................................................................................................................................................
Additional claim in related group .............................................................................................................................................
b. Second appeal ............................................................................................................................................................................
Additional claim in related group .............................................................................................................................................
5. Secure test processing charge, per hour ..........................................................................................................................................
6. Copying charge, first 15 pages, per page .........................................................................................................................................
Each additional page ......................................................................................................................................................................
7. Inspection charge ..............................................................................................................................................................................
8. Special handling fee for a claim ........................................................................................................................................................
Each additional claim using the same deposit ...............................................................................................................................
9. Special handling for recordation of a document ...............................................................................................................................
10. Full-term storage of deposits ...........................................................................................................................................................
11. Surcharge for expedited Certifications and Documents Section services:
a. Additional certificates, per hour ..................................................................................................................................................
b. In-process searches, per hour ...................................................................................................................................................
c. Copy of assignment, per hour ....................................................................................................................................................
d. Certification, per hour .................................................................................................................................................................
e. Copy of registered deposit.
First hour .................................................................................................................................................................................
Each additional hour ................................................................................................................................................................
f. Copy of correspondence file:
First hour .................................................................................................................................................................................
Each additional hour ................................................................................................................................................................
12. Surcharge for expedited Reference and Biblography searches:
First hour .................................................................................................................................................................................
Each additional hour ................................................................................................................................................................

Fees
$70
35
20
200
20
500
20
60
1
.50
65
500
50
330
365
75
75
75
75
95
75
95
75
125
95

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Dated: April 2, 1998.
Marilyn J. Kretsinger,
Assistant General Counsel.
[FR Doc. 98–9235 Filed 4–7–98; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 1410–30–P

POSTAL SERVICE
39 CFR Part 111
Proposed Domestic Mail Manual
Changes to Implement the Rate, Fee,
and Classification Changes Proposed
in Docket No. R97–1; Correction
Postal Service.
Correction to proposed rule.

AGENCY:
ACTION:

SUMMARY: This document contains
corrections to the proposed rule
published in the Federal Register on
Monday, March 16, 1998 (63 FR 12864).
The proposed rule provided information
on the implementing rules for the rate,
fee, and classification changes that the
Postal Service proposes to adopt if the
Postal Rate Commission’s recommended
decision on R97–1 is consistent with the
Postal Service’s request and the
Governors of the Postal Service, acting

pursuant to 39 U.S.C. 3625, approve that
recommended decision.
DATES: Comments on the proposed rule
(including these corrections) must be
received on or before April 15, 1998.
ADDRESSES: Mail or deliver written
comments to the Manager, Mail
Preparation and Standards, USPS
Headquarters, 475 L’Enfant Plaza SW,
Room 6800, Washington, DC 20260–
2405. Copies of all written comments
will be available for inspection and
photocopying between 9 a.m. and 4
p.m., Monday through Friday, at the
above address.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Lynn M. Martin, 202–268-6351.
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: This
notice corrects several errors in the
proposed rule published on March 16,
1998 (63 FR 12864). In particular, this
notice makes the following corrections
to the proposed Domestic Mail Manual
(DMM) standards and rates.
PART 111—[AMENDED]
In proposed C023.12.0, Hazardous
Materials Surcharge, correct the text to
read as follows:

12.0 Hazardous Materials Surcharge
Mailable hazardous materials
described and prepared under C023.10
are subject to a Hazardous Medical
Materials surcharge if mailed at the
Express Mail, Priority Mail, First-Class
Mail (other than cards), Standard Mail
(A), Parcel Post, or Library Mail rates.
Mailable hazardous materials mailed
under C023.1.0 through 6.0 and
C023.9.0 and prepared under C021 and
C023 are subject to the other hazardous
materials surcharge if mailed at the
Express Mail, Priority Mail, First-Class
Mail (other than cards), Standard Mail
(A), Parcel Post, or Library Mail rates.
Both surcharges may apply to the same
material.
In proposed M045.9.2,
Nonmachinable Parcels, correct item b.
to read as follows:
Pallet preparation and Line 1 labeling:
destination BMC or destination ASF
(required); for line 1, use L605.
In proposed M045.10.2,
Nonmachinable Parcels, correct item b.
to read as follows:
Pallet preparation and Line 1 labeling:
destination BMC or destination ASF
(required); for line 1, use L605.

In proposed R100.2.0, Automation—Single Pieces of PRM and QBRM, correct the entire section to read as follows:
AUTOMATION—SINGLE PIECES OF PRM AND QBRM
21 Cards
Single postcards meeting the standards in C100, C810, C840, E110, and S922 (QBRM) or S925 (PRM):
Rate 1

Type
Single .......................................................................................................................................................................................................
11

$0.18

PRM is also subject to fees in S925 and R900. QBRM is also subject to fees in S922 and R900.

Letters
Letter-size mail other than card rate meeting the standards in C100, C810, C840, and S922 (QBRM) or S925 (PRM):
Rate 1

Weight increment
First ounce or fraction of an ounce .........................................................................................................................................................
Second ounce or fraction .........................................................................................................................................................................
11

$0.300
0.230

PRM is also subject to fees in S925 and R900. QBRM is also subject to fees in S922 and R900.

In proposed R600.1.3, Piece-Pound Rates, correct the table to read as follows:
1.3 Piece-Pound Rates 1
Pieces more than .2062 pound (3.2985 ounces):
Nonautomation 3

Automation 4

Piece/pound rate 2
Per Piece ..........................................................................................................................
PLUS—Per Pound (includes entry discount if applicable ................................................
None .................................................................................................................................
DBMC ...............................................................................................................................
DSCF ................................................................................................................................
DDU ..................................................................................................................................
1 Add

Basic

3/5

Basic

3/5

$0.166
PLUS
0.650
0.578
0.562
....................

$0.106
PLUS
0.650
0.578
0.562
....................

$0.109
PLUS
0.650
0.578
0.562
....................

$0.073
PLUS
0.650
0.578
0.562
....................

$0.50 per piece for hazardous medical materials and $1.00 per piece for other hazardous materials.
piece is subject to both a piece rate and a pound rate.
$0.10 per piece for items that are prepared as a parcel or are neither letter-size nor flat-size.
4 Available only for automation-compatible flats.
2 Each
3 Add