At the Flags Bay store website and The Daily Flag, there are links to the U.S. Flag Code, which I hope are useful to our readers.
Today I discovered The United States Flag: Federal Law Relating to Display and Associated Questions while searching for some particular information about flag protocol. I didn’t find what I was looking for, but I found this, which is a stepping stone to what I need.
It was prepared by the Congressional Research Service for members of Congress. It addresses the flag code and the National Anthem, and combines the relevant portions of Title 4 and Title 36 from the U.S. Code into one detailed and cross-referenced document. It will be a worthy addition to your reference materials.
From the title page:
The United States Flag:
Federal Law Relating to Display and Associated Questions
This report presents, verbatim, the United States “Flag Code” as found in Title
4 of the United States Code and the section of Title 36 which designates the Star-
Spangled Banner as the national anthem and how to display the flag during its
rendition. The “Flag Code” includes instruction and rules on such topics as the
pledge of allegiance, display and use of the flag by civilians, time and occasions for
display, position and manner of display, and how to show respect for the flag. The
“Code” also grants to the President the authority to modify the rules governing the
The report also addresses several of the frequently asked questions concerning
the flag. The subject matter of these questions includes the pledge of allegiance and
the court decisions concerning it, the nature of the codifications of customs
concerning the flag in the “Flag Code,” display of the flag 24 hours a day, flying the
flag in bad weather, flying the flag at half-staff, ornaments on the flag, destruction of
worn flags, display of the U.S. flag with flags of other nations or of States,
commercial use of the flag, size and proportion of the flag, and restrictions upon
display of the flag by real estate associations.