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Patrick W. Shea for predicting each driver’s ability to review and comment. The ICR describes
Rick N. Ulrich continue to drive safely in interstate the nature of the information collections
Roy F. Varnado, Jr. commerce. Therefore, the FMCSA and their expected burden. The Federal
Larry D. Wedekind concludes that extending the exemption Register Notice with a 60-day comment
Wonda L. Wooten for each renewal applicant for a period period was published on June 16, 2004,
Rick A. Young of two years is likely to achieve a level (69 FR 33694). No comments were
These exemptions are extended of safety equal to that existing without received.
subject to the following conditions: (1) the exemption.
That each individual have a physical DATES: Comments must be submitted on
exam every year (a) by an Comments or before December 8, 2004.
ophthalmologist or optometrist who The FMCSA will review comments FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: John
attests that the vision in the better eye received at any time concerning a Lee, the National Highway Traffic Safety
continues to meet the standard in 49 particular driver’s safety record and Administration, Office of Rulemaking
CFR 391.41(b)(10), and (b) by a medical determine if the continuation of the (NVS–112), (202) 366–4924, 400
examiner who attests that the individual exemption is consistent with the Seventh Street, SW., Room 5320,
is otherwise physically qualified under requirements at 49 U.S.C. 31315 and Washington, DC 20590.
49 CFR 391.41; (2) that each individual 31136(e). However, the FMCSA requests SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:
provide a copy of the ophthalmologist’s that interested parties with specific data
or optometrist’s report to the medical concerning the safety records of these National Highway Traffic Safety
examiner at the time of the annual drivers submit comments by December Administration
medical examination; and (3) that each 8, 2004.
individual provide a copy of the annual Title: 49 CFR 571.205, Glazing
In the past the FMCSA has received Materials.
medical certification to the employer for comments from Advocates for Highway
retention in the driver’s qualification OMB Number: 2127–0038.
and Auto Safety (Advocates) expressing
file and retain a copy of the certification continued opposition to the FMCSA’s Type of Request: Extension of a
on his/her person while driving for procedures for renewing exemptions currently approved collection.
presentation to a duly authorized from the vision requirement in 49 CFR Abstract: In order to ensure that
Federal, State, or local enforcement 391.41(b)(10). Specifically, Advocates glazing and motor vehicle
official. Each exemption will be valid objects to the agency’s extension of the manufacturers are complying with
for two years unless rescinded earlier by exemptions without any opportunity for Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard
the FMCSA. The exemption will be public comment prior to the decision to No. 205, ‘‘Glazing Materials,’’ NHTSA
rescinded if: (1)The person fails to renew, and reliance on a summary requires a certification label on each
comply with the terms and conditions statement of evidence to make its piece of glazing. As part of that
of the exemption; (2) the exemption has decision to extend the exemption of certification label, the company must
resulted in a lower level of safety than each driver. identify itself with a simple two or three
was maintained before it was granted; or The issues raised by Advocates were digit number assigned by the agency.
(3) continuation of the exemption would addressed at length in 69 FR 51346 Failure to clearly identify the
not be consistent with the goals and (August 18, 2004). The FMCSA manufacturer would make the
objectives of 49 U.S.C. 31315 and continues to find its exemption process certification label, and therefore the
31136(e). appropriate to the statutory and safety compliance, unenforceable.
Basis for Renewing Exemptions regulatory requirements. Affected Public: New prime glazing
Issued on: November 3, 2004.
manufacturers (A prime glazing
Under 49 U.S.C. 31315(b)(1), an
manufacturer is a manufacturer that
exemption may be granted for no longer Rose A. McMurray,
fabricates, laminates, or tempers glazing
than two years from its approval date Associate Administrator, Policy and Program materials).
and may be renewed upon application Development.
for additional two year periods. In Estimated Total Annual Burden: 10.5
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accordance with 49 U.S.C. §§ 31315 and hours.
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31136(e), each of the 24 applicants has ADDRESSES: Send comments, within 30
satisfied the entry conditions for days, to the Office of Information and
obtaining an exemption from the vision DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Regulatory Affairs, Office of
requirements (63 FR 30285, 63 FR Management and Budget, 725 7th Street,
54519, 65 FR 77069, 67 FR 71610, 64 FR National Highway Traffic Safety NW., Washington, DC 20503, Attention:
40404, 64 FR 66962, 67 FR 10475, 65 FR Administration NHTSA Desk Officer.
20245, 65 FR 57230, 65 FR 33406, 65 FR Comments are invited on: Whether
57234, 67 FR 57266, 65 FR 45817, 65 FR Reports, Forms and Record Keeping the proposed collection of information
77066). Each of these 24 applicants has Requirements; Agency Information is necessary for the proper performance
requested timely renewal of the Collection Activity Under OMB Review of the functions of the Department,
exemption and has submitted evidence AGENCY: National Highway Traffic including whether the information will
showing that the vision in the better eye Safety Administration, DOT. have practical utility; the accuracy of
continues to meet the standard specified ACTION: Notice. the Department’s estimate of the burden
at 49 CFR 391.41(b)(10) and that the of the proposed information collection;
vision impairment is stable. In addition, SUMMARY: In compliance with the ways to enhance the quality, utility and
a review of each record of safety while Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (44 clarity of the information to be
driving with the respective vision U.S.C. 3501 et seq.), this notice collected; and ways to minimize the
deficiencies over the past two years announces that the Information burden of the collection of information
indicates each applicant continues to Collection Request (ICR) abstracted on respondents, including the use of
meet the vision exemption standards. below has been forwarded to the Office automated collection techniques or
These factors provide an adequate basis of Management and Budget (OMB) for other forms of information technology.
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A Comment to OMB is most effective Regulation Project Number: REG– Estimated Total Reporting Burden:
if OMB receives it within 30-days of 209545–92 NPRM. 6,150 hours.
publication. Type of Review: Extension. OMB Number: 1545–1378.
Issued in Washington, DC, on November 3, Title: Earning and Profits of Foreign Regulation Project Number: PS–4–89
2004. Corporations. Final.
Stephen R. Kratzke, Description: Application of the Type of Review: Extension.
Associate Administrator for Rulemaking.
proposed regulations may result in Title: Disposition of an Interest in a
accounting method changes which Nuclear Power Plant.
[FR Doc. 04–24854 Filed 11–5–04; 8:45 am]
ordinarily require the filing of Form Description: The regulations require
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3115. However, the proposed that certain information be submitted as
regulations waive this filing part of a request for a schedule of ruling
requirement if certain conditions are amounts. The regulations also require
DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY met, with the net result that no burdens certain taxpayers to file a request for a
are imposed. revised schedule of ruling amounts.
Submission for OMB Review;
Respondents: Business or other for- Respondents: Business or other for-
profit. profit .
October 26, 2004. Estimated Number of Respondents: 1. Estimated Number of Respondents:
The Department of Treasury has Estimated Burden Hours Respondent: 70.
submitted the following public 1 hour. Estimated Burden Hours Respondent:
information collection requirement(s) to Frequency of response: On occasion. 8 hours, 13 minutes.
OMB for review and clearance under the Estimated Total Reporting Burden: 1 Frequency of response: On occasion.
Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, Pub. hour. Estimated Total Reporting Burden:
L. 104–13. Copies of the submission(s) OMB Number: 1545–1339. 575 hours.
may be obtained by calling the Treasury Regulation Project Number: IA–33–92 OMB Number: 1545–1464.
Bureau Clearance Officer listed. Final. Regulation Project Number: IA–44–94
Comments regarding this information Type of Review: Extension. Final.
collection should be addressed to the Title: Information Reporting for Type of Review: Extension.
OMB reviewer listed and to the Reimbursements of Interest on Qualified Title: Deductibility, Substantiation,
Treasury Department Clearance Officer, Mortgages. and Disclosure of Certain Charitable
Department of the Treasury, Room Description: To encourage compliance Contributions.
11000, 1750 Pennsylvania Avenue, with the tax laws relating to the Description: The regulation provides
NW., Washington, DC 20220. mortgage interest deduction, the guidance regarding the allowance of
DATES: Written comments should be regulations require the reporting on certain charitable contribution
received on or before December 8, 2004 form 1098 of reimbursements of interest deductions, the substantiation
to be assured of consideration. overcharged in a prior year. Only requirements for charitable
businesses that receive mortgage interest contributions of $250 or more, and the
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in the course of that business are disclosure requirements for quid pro
OMB Number: 1545–1083. affected by this reporting requirement. quo contributions of $75 or more. These
Regulation Project Number: INTL– Respondents: Business or other for- regulations will affect donee
399–88 Final. profit. organizations and individuals and
Type of Review: Extension. Estimated Number of Respondents/ entities that make payments to donee
Title: Treatment of Dual Consolidated Recordkeepers: 1. organizations.
Losses. Estimated Burden Hours Respondent/ Respondents: Individuals or
Description: Section 1503(d) denies Recordkeeper: 1 hour. households, Business or other for-profit,
use of the losses of one domestic Frequency of response: Annually. Not-for-profit institutions.
corporation by another affiliated Estimated Total Reporting/ Estimated Number of Respondents/
domestic corporation where the loss Recordkeeping Burden: 1 hour. Recordkeepers: 1,750,000.
corporation is also subject to the income OMB Number: 1545–1360. Estimated Burden Hours Respondent/
tax of another country. The regulation Regulation Project Number: PS–102– Recordkeeper: 1 hour, 8 minutes.
allows an affiliate to make use of the 88 Final. Frequency of response: On occasion.
loss if the loss has not been used in the Type of Review: Extension. Estimated Total Reporting/
foreign group to take the loss into Title: Income, Gift and Estate Tax. Recordkeeping Burden: 1,975,000 hours.
income upon future use of the loss in Description: The regulation provides OMB Number: 1545–1774.
the foreign country. The regulation also guidance to individuals or fiduciaries: Regulation Project Numbers: REG–
requires separate accounting for a dual (1) For making a qualified domestic 135898–04 NPRM and Temporary;
consolidated loss where the dual trust election of the estate return of a REG–152524–02 NPRM and Temporary;
resident corporation files a consolidated decedent whose surviving spouse is not REG–123305–02 (formerly REG–
return. a United States citizen in order that the 102305–02) NPRM and Temporary; and
Respondents: Business or other for- estate may obtain the marital deduction, REG–102740–02 NPRM and Temporary.
profit. and (2) for filing the annual returns that Type of Review: Extension.
Estimated Number of Respondents: such an election may require. Title: REG–135898–04 NPRM and
500. Respondents: Individuals or Temporary Regulations: Extension of
Estimated Burden Hours Respondent: households. Time to Elect Method for Determining
3 hours, 14 minutes. Estimated Number of Respondents: Allowable Loss; REG–152524–02 NPRM
Frequency of response: Annually. 2,300. and Temporary Regulations: Guidance
Estimated Total Reporting Burden: Estimated Burden Hours Respondent: under Section 1502; Amendment of
1,620 hours. 2 hours, 40 minutes. Waiver of Loss Carryovers from Separate
OMB Number: 1545–1318. Frequency of response: Annually. Return Limitation Years; REG–123305–
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