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(iii) fines, penalties, and forfeitures, imposed for a violation of the postal laws, except such part as may by law belong to the informer or party prosecuting for the same; (iv) money derived from the sale of wastepaper or other public property of the Department. § 2. Application This title has the same force and effect within Guam as within other possessions of the United States. CHAPTER 3—ORGANIZATION Sec.
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Post Office Department. Postmaster General. Seal. Deputy Postmaster General. Assistant Postmaster General. Advisory board. General Counsel. Chief Postal Inspector. Delegation of authority.
§ 301. Post Office Department The executive department, known as the Post Office Department, is continued at the seat of the Government. § 302. Postmaster General The head of the Department is a Postmaster General appointed by the President by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. The Postmaster General is vested with the functions of all subordinate officers and agencies of the Post Office Department. His term is for the term of the President by whom he is appointed, and for one month thereafter. § 303. Seal The seal of the Department, filed by the Postmaster General in the office of the Secretary of State, which shall be judicially noticed, shall be affixed to all commissions of postmasters and other officers of the Department and used to authenticate records of the Department. § 304. Deputy Postmaster General A Deputy Postmaster General, appointed by the President by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, shall perform snch duties as the Postmaster General designates. He shall receive the compensation provided by law for undersecretaries of executive departments. § 305. Assistant Postmasters General Five Assistant Postmasters General appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, shall perform such duties as the Postmaster General designates. Each shall receive the compensation provided by law for the assistant secretaries of executive departments. § 306. Advisory board The Advisory Board for the Department, of which the Postmaster General is chairman and the Deputy Postmaster General is vice chairman, is continued. The Board has seven additional members, representative of the public, appointed by the President by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. The members so appointed shall each receive compensation of $50 per diem when engaged in duties as members of the Board, including travel time to and from their homes or regular places of business, and reasonable subsistence and travel expense as determined by the Postmaster General. The Board shall consider methods and policies for the improvement of the postal