1-26-6.6. Incorporation by reference to generally available materials--Description--Reference note--Identification of agency and rule. An agency may adopt other comprehensive regulations as its own by making reference to them in a rule, but only when the comprehensive regulations are published by an organization which is not part of the state government and only when the publication is generally available to the public at a reasonable cost. A rule which incorporates material by reference shall describe the exact section or portion of the publication which is being incorporated. Immediately following a rule which incorporates published material by reference, other than material contained in the code of federal regulations, the federal register, the United States code or the United States statutes at large, the agency shall place a reference note which identifies the publication by its title, date of publication, or enactment and author, and which states where the publication may be obtained and its cost, if any. A statement shall be attached to the face of the publication which shall state the agency's name, the section number of the rule which incorporates the material within, and the date the rule was served pursuant to § 1-26-4 or 1-26-5 or filed pursuant to § 1-26-6.
Source: SL 1974, ch 16, § 11; SL 1975, ch 16, § 19.