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[82 STAT. 1251]
[82 STAT. 1251]
PUBLIC LAW 90-000—MMMM. DD, 1968

82 STAT. ]

PUBLIC LAW 90-620-OCT. 22, 1968

The publications in each series shall be consecutively numbered, the numbers in each series continuing in unbroken sequence throughout the entire term of a Congress, but these provisions do not apply to the documents printed for the use of the Senate in executive session. Of the "usual number", the copies which are intended for distribution to State libraries and other designated depositories of annual or serial publications originating in or prepared by an executive department, bureau, office, commission, or board may not be numbered in the document or report series of either House of Congress, but shall be designated by title and bound as provided by section 738 of this title; and the departmental edition, if any, shall be printed concurrently with the "usual number". Hearings of committees may be printed as congressional documents only when specifically ordered by Congress or either House. § 720. Senate and House Manuals Each House may order printed as many copies as it desires, of the Senate Manual and of the Rules and Manual of the House of Representatives, even though the cost exceed $500. § 721. Congressional Directory There shall be prepared under the direction of the Joint Committee on Printing a Congressional Directory, of which there shall be three editions during each first session and two editions during each second regular session of Congress. The first edition shall be distributed to Senators, Representatives, the principal officers of Congress, and heads of departments on the first day of the session, and shall be ready for distrioution to others within one week thereafter. The Joint Committee shall control the number and distribution of the directory. Copies delivered to Senators and Representatives for distribution shall be bound in cloth. § 722. Congressional Directory: sale The Public Printer, under the direction of the Joint Committee on Printing, may print the current Congressional Directory for sale at a price sufficient to reimburse the expense of printing. The money derived from sales shall be paid into the Treasury and accounted for in his annual leport to Congress, and sales may not be made on credit. §723. Memorial addresses: preparation; distribution After the final adjournment of each session of Congress, there shall be compiled, prepared, printed with illustrations, and bound in cloth in one volume, in the style, form, and manner directed by the Joint Committee on Printing, without extra compensation to any employee, the legislative proceedings of Congress and the exercises at the general memorial services held in the House of Representatives during each session relative to the death of a Member of Congress, together with all relevant memorial addresses and eulogies published in the Congressional Record during the same session of Congress, and any other matter the Joint Committee considers relevant; and there shall be printed as many copies as needed to supply the total quantity provided for by this section, of which fifty copies, bound in full morocco, with gilt edges, suitably lettered as may be requested, shall be delivered to the family of the deceased, and the remaining copies shall be distributed as follows: of all eulogies on deceased Members of Congress to the Vice President and each Senator, Representative, and Resident Commissioner in Congress, one copy; of the eulogies on deceased Senators there shall be furnished two hundred and fifty copies for each Senator of the State repre-