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[82 STAT. 1260]
[82 STAT. 1260]
PUBLIC LAW 90-000—MMMM. DD, 1968


PUBLIC LAW 90-620-OCT. 22, 1968

[82 STAT.

§908. Congressional Record: payment for printing extracts or other documents If a Member or Resident Commissioner fails to pay the cost of printing extracts from the Congressional Record or other documents ordered by him to be printed, the Public Printer shall certify the amount due to the Sergeant at Arms of the House or the financial clerk of the Senate, as the case may be, who shall deduct from any salary due the delinquent the amount, or as much of it as the salary due may cover, and pay the amount so obtained to the Public Printer, to be applied by him to the satisfaction of the indebtedness. §909. Congressional Record: exchange for Parliamentary Hansard The Librarian of Congress may furnish a copy of the daily and bound Congressional Record to the Undersecretary of State for External Affairs of Canada in exchange for a copy of the Parliamentary Hansard, and the Public Printer shall honor the requisition of the Librarian of Congress for it. The Parliamentary Hansard so received shall be the property of the Department of State. § 910. Congressional Record: sale of current numbers and bound sets The Public Printer, under the direction of the Joint Committee, may print for sale, at a price sufficient to reimburse the expense of printing, the current numbers and bound sets of the Congressional Record. The money from sales shall be paid into the Treasury and accounted for in his annual report to Congress, and sales may not be made on credit. CHAPTER 11—EXECUTIVE A N D JUDICIARY PRINTING A N D BINDING Sec.

1101. Printing and binding for the President. 1102. Printing to be authorized by law and necessary to the public business, not in excess of appropriation, and on special requisition filed with the Public Printer. 1103. Certificate of necessity; estimate of cost. 1104. Restrictions on use of illustrations. 1105. Form and style of work for departments. 1106. Inserting "compliments" forbidden. 1107. Appropriations chargeable for printing and binding of documents or reports. 1108. Bureau of Budget approval required for printing of periodicals; number printed; sale to public. 1109. Printing documents in two or more editions; full number and allotment of full quota. 1110. Daily examination of Congressional Record for immediate ordering of documents for official use; limit; bills and resolutions. 1111. Annual reports: time for furnishing manuscript and proofs to Public Printer. 1112. Annual reports: type for reports of executive officers. 1113. Annual reports: exclusion of irrelevant matter. 1114. Annual reports: number of copies for Congress. 1115. Annual reports: time of delivery by Public Printer to Congress. 1116. Annual reports: limitation on number of copies printed; reports of bureau chiefs. 1117. Annual reports: discontinuance of printing of annual or special reports to keep within appropriations. 1118. Documents beyond scope of ordinary departmental business. 1119. Government publications as public property. 1120. Blanks and letterheads for judges and officers of courts. 1121. Paper and envelopes for Government agencies in the District of Columbia. 1122. Supplies for Government establishments. 1123. Binding materials; bookbinding for libraries.