44 U.S. Code § 1718 - Distribution of Government publications to the Library of Congress

There shall be printed and furnished to the Library of Congress for official use in the District of Columbia not to exceed twenty-five copies of:
House documents and reports, bound;
Senate documents and reports, bound;
Senate and House journals, bound;
public bills and resolutions;
the United States Code and supplements, bound; and
all other publications and maps which are printed, or otherwise reproduced, under authority of law, upon the requisition of a Congressional committee, executive department, bureau, independent office, establishment, commission, or officer of the Government.
Confidential matter, blank forms, and circular letters not of a public character shall be excepted.
In addition, there shall be delivered as printed to the Library of Congress:
ten copies of each House document and report, unbound;
ten copies of each Senate document and report, unbound; and
ten copies of each private bill and resolution and fifty copies of the laws in slip form.

Source

(Pub. L. 90–620, Oct. 22, 1968, 82 Stat. 1282; Pub. L. 97–276, § 101(e),Oct. 2, 1982, 96 Stat. 1189.)
Historical and Revision Notes

Based on 44 U.S. Code, 1964 ed., § 139 (Jan. 28, 1899, No. 12, 30 Stat. 1388; Mar. 2, 1901, No. 16, §§ 1, 2,31 Stat. 1464; June 20, 1936, ch. 630, title IV, § 6,49 Stat. 1550).
Reference to the Official Register is omitted as obsolete. The authorization for its compilation was repealed by Public Law 88–626.
Codification

The 1982 amendment by Pub. L. 97–276is based on section 305(a) of S. 2939, Ninety-seventh Congress, 2d Session, as reported Sept. 22, 1982, and incorporated by reference in section 101(e) ofPub. L. 97–276, to be effective as if enacted into law.
Amendments

1982—Pub. L. 97–276substituted “not to exceed twenty-five copies of” for “, and for international exchange as provided by section 1719 of this title, not to exceed one hundred and fifty copies of”.

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