Appropriations made for printing and binding may not be used for an illustration, engraving, or photograph in a document or report ordered printed by Congress unless the order to print expressly authorizes it, nor in a document or report of an executive department, independent office or establishment of the Government until the head of the executive department or Government establishment certifies in a letter transmitting the report that the illustration, engraving, or photograph is necessary and relates entirely to the transaction of public business.
Based on 44 U.S. Code, 1964 ed., § 118 (Mar. 3, 1905, ch. 1483, § 1,33 Stat. 1213).
The term “executive department, independent office, or establishment of the Government” is substituted for “executive department or other Government establishment” for uniformity.
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