PUBLIC LAW 90-620-OCT. 22, 1968
P u b l i c Law 90-620 October 22, 1963
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rpQ pjj^^.^. ^i^ig 44^ United States Code, "Public Printing and Documents", codifying the general and permanent laws relating to piui)<lic printing and documents. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled. That the &:eneral ,
and permanent laws relating to public printing and documents are revised, codified, and enacted as title 44, United States Code, "Public Printing and Documents", and may be cited as "44 U.S.C. § ", as follows:
TITLE 44--PUBLIC PRINTING AND DOCUMENTS CHAPTER 1. JOINT COMMITTEE ON PRINTING 3. GOVERNMENT PBINTINO OFFICE 5. PRODUCTION AND PROCUREMENT OF PRINTING AND BINDING 7. CONGRESSIONAL PRINTING AND BINDING 9. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD 11. EXECUTIVE AND JUDICIARY PRINTING AND BINDING 13. PARTICULAR REPORTS AND DOCUMENTS 15. FEDERAL REGISTER AND CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS 17. DISTRIBUTION AND SALE OF PUBLIC DOCUMENTS 19. DEPOSITORY LIBRARY PROGRAM , 21. ARCHIVAL ADMINISTRATION 23. NATIONAL ARCHIVES TRUST FUND BOABD_ 25. NATIONAT- HISTORICAL PUBLICATIONS COMMISSION 27. FEDERAL RECORDS COUNCIL 29. RECORDS MANAGEMENT BY ADMINISTRATOR OF GENERAL SERVICES 31. RECORDS MANAGEMENT BY FEDERAL AGENCIES 3d. DISPOSAL OF RECORDS 35. COORDINATION OF FEDERAL REPORTING SERVICES 37. ADVERTISEMENTS BY GOVERNMENT AGENOIEB
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CHAPTER 1—JOINT COMMITTEE ON PRINTING See. 101. Joint Committee on Printing: membership. 102. Joint Committee on Printing: succession; powers during recess. 108. Joint Committee on Printing: remedial xwwerg.
§ 101. Joint Committee on Printing: membership The Joint Committee on Printing shall consist of the chairman and two members of the Committee on Rules and Administration of the Senate and the chairman and two members of the Committee on House Administration of the House of Representatives. §102. Joint Committee on Printing: succession; powers during recess The members of the Joint Committee on Printing who are reelected to the succeeding Congress shall continue as meml^rs of the committee until their successors are chosen. The Presid^it of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives shall, on the last day of a Congress, appoint members of their respective Houses who have been elected to the succeeding Congress to fill vacancies which may then be about to occur on the Committee, and the appointees and members of the Committee who have been reelected shall continue until their successors are chosen. When Congress is not in session, the Joint Committee may exercise all its powers and duties as when Congress is in session.