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[82 STAT. 1272]
[82 STAT. 1272]
PUBLIC LAW 90-000—MMMM. DD, 1968

1272

PUBLIC LAW 90-620-OCT. 22, 1968

[82 STAT.

and rules relating to trade-marks and labels, and circulars relating to the business of the office, all in numbers as needed for the business of the office. The "usual number" may not be printed. 6. DECISIONS or COMMISSIONER AND COURTS.—Annual volumes of the decisions of the Commissioner of Patents and of the United States courts in patent cases, not exceeding one thousand five hundred in number, of which the usual number shall be printed, and for this purpose a copy of each shall be transmitted to Congress promptly when prepared. 7. INDEXES.—Indexes to patents relating to electricity, and indexes to foreign patents, in the numbers needed for the business of the office. The "usual number" may not be printed. § 1338. Patent Office: limitations and conditions concerning printing and lithographing Printing for the Patent Office making use of lithography or photolithography, together with the plates, shall be contracted for and performed under the direction of the Commissioner of Patents, under limitations and conditions prescribed by the Joint Committee on Printing, and other printing for the Patent Office shall be done by the Public Printer under limitations and conditions prescribed by the Joint Committee on Printing. The entire work may be done at the Government Printing Office when in the judgment of the Joint Committee on Printing it is to the interest of the Government. § 1339. Printing of the President's Message The message of the President without the accompanying documents and reports ^ a l l be printed in pamphlet form, immediately upon its receipt by Congress. I n addition to the usual number, fifteen thousand copies shall be printed, of which five thousand shall be for the Senate, and ten thousand for the House of Representatives. I n addition to the usual number of the President's message and accompanying documents, there shall be printed one thousand copies for the Senate and two thousand for the House of Representatives. The President's message shall be delivered by the printer to the appropriate officers of each House of Congress on or before the third Wednesday next after the meeting of Congress, or as soon after as may be practicable. § 1340. Public Printer: annual report In addition to the usual number of the annual report of the Public Printer, one thousand copies shall be printed to be distributed under his direction. § 1341. Smithsonian Institution: report I n addition to the usual number of the report of the Smithsonian Institution ten thousand copies shall be printed: one thousand for the Senate, two thousand for the House of Representatives, five thousand for distribution by the Smithsonian Institution, and two thousand for distribution by the National Museum. § 1342. Soil area surveys: reports; congressional allotments As soon as the manuscript can be prepared with the necessary maps and illustrations to accompany it, a report on each soil area surveyed by the Secretary of Agriculture shall be printed in the form of advance sheets bound in paper covers, of which not more than two hundred and fifty copies shall be for the use of each Senator from the State and not more than one thousand copies for the use of each Representative for the congressional district or districts in which a survey is rtiade, the actual number to be determined on inquiry by the Secretary of Agriculture made to the Senators and Representatives, and as many copies