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[82 STAT. 1255]
[82 STAT. 1255]
PUBLIC LAW 90-000—MMMM. DD, 1968

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PUBLIC LAW 90-620-OCT. 22, 1968

ent, who shall be appointed by the Secretary of the Senate and the Doorkeeper of the House, respectively, together with the necessary assistants. The Senate document room shall be under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of the Senate. § 740. Senate Service Department and House Publications Distribution Service; superintendents There shall be a Senate Service Department and a House of Representatives Publications Distribution Service in the charge of superintendents, appointed respectively by the Sergeant at Arms of the Senate and Doorkeeper of the House, together with the necessary assistants. Reports or documents to be distributed for the Senators and Representatives shall be folded and distributed from the Senate Service Department and House of Representatives Publications Distribution Service, unless otherwise ordered, and the respective superintendent shall notify each Senator and Representative in writing once every sixty days of the number and character of publications on hand and assigned to him for use and distribution. § 741. Disposition of documents stored at Capitol The Secretary and Sergeant at Arms of the Senate and the Clerk and Doorkeeper of the House of Representatives, at the convening in regular session of each successive Congress shall cause an invoice to be made of public documents stored in and about the Capitol, other than those belonging to the quota of Members of Congress, to the Library of Congress and the Senate and House libraries and document rooms. The superintendents of the Senate Service Department and House of Representatives Publications Distribution Service shall put the documents to the credit of Senators and Representatives in quantities equal in the number of volumes and as nearly as possible in value, to each Member of Congress, and the documents shall be distributed upon the orders of Senators and Representatives, each of whom shall be supplied by the superintendents of the Senate Service Department and House of Representatives Publications Distribution Service with a list of the number and character of the publications thus put to his credit, but before apportionment is made copies of any of these documents desired for the use of a committee of either House shall be delivered to the chairman of the committee. Four copies of leather-bound documents shall be reserved and carefully stored, to be used in supplying deficiencies in the Senate and House libraries caused by wear or loss. CHAPTER 9L-C0NGRESSI0NAL RECORD Sec.

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Record: arrangement, style, contente, and indexes. Record: indexes. Record: daily and permanent forms. Record: maps; diagrams; illustrations. Record: additional insertions. Record: gratuitous copies; delivery; subscriptions. Record: extracts for Members of Congress; mailing envelopes. Record: payment for printing extracts or other documents. Record: exchange for Parliamentary Hansard. Record: sale of current numbers and bound sets.

§901. Congressional Record: arrangement, style, contents, and indexes The Joint Committee on Printing shall control the arrangement and style of the Congressional Record, and while providing that it shall be substantiallv a verbatim report of proceedings, shall take all needed action for the reduction of unnecessary bulk. It shall provide for the

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