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[82 STAT. 1263]
[82 STAT. 1263]
PUBLIC LAW 90-000—MMMM. DD, 1968

82 STAT. ]

PUBLIC LAW 90-620-OCT. 22, 1968

a greater number of a class of bills or resolutions for official use, the Public Printer shall furnish them on requisition promptly made. §1111. Annual reports: time for furnishing manuscript and proofs to Public Printer The appropriations made for printing and binding ma,y not be used for an annual report or the accompanying documents unless the manuscript and proof io furnished to the Public Printer in the following manner: manuscript of the documents accompanying annual reports on or before November 1, each year; manuscript of the annual report on or before November 15, each year; complete revised proofs of the accompanying documents on December 1, each year, and of the annual reports on December 10, each year. Annual reports and accompanying documents shall be printed, made public, and available for distribution not later than within the first Bve days after the assembling of each regular session of Congress. This section does not apply to the annual reports of the Smithsonian Institution, the Commissioner of Patents, the Comptroller of the Currency, or the Secretary of the Treasury. § 1112. Annual reports: type for reports of executive officers The annual reports of executive officers shall be printed in the same type and form as the report of the head of the department which it accompanies, unless otherwise ordered by the Joint Committee on Printing. §1113. Annual reports: exclusion of irrelevant matter Executive officers, before transmitting their annual reports, shall carefully examine them and all accompanying documents, and exclude all matter, including engravings, maps, drawings, and illustrations, except such as they certify in their letters transmitting the reports are necessary and relate entirely to the transaction of the public business. § 1114. Annual reports: number of copies for Congress One thousand copies of the annual reports of the departments to Congress shall be printed for the Senate, and two thousand for the House of Representatives. The usual number only of the reports of the Chief of Engineers of the Army, the Commissioner of Patents, the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, the report of the Chief Signal Officer of the Department of the Army, and of the Chief of Ordnance shall be printed. § 1115. Annual reports: time of delivery by Public Printer to Congress The annual reports of the Executive Departments and the accompanying documents shall be delivered by the Public Printer to the proper officer of each House of Congress at its first meeting. Other reports of the Executive Departments shall be so delivered on or before the third Wednesday next after the meeting of Congress or as soon after as may be practicable. §1116. Annual reports: limitation on number of copies printed; reports of bureau chiefs Not to exceed five thousand copies, bound in pamphlet form, of the annual reports without appendices of a head of a department may be printed in a fiscal year. Not to exceed two thousand five hundred copies, bound in pamphlet form, of the reports without appendices of a chief of bureau may be printed in a fiscal year.