Sec. 1701. Publications for public distribution to be distributed by the Public Printer; mailing lists. 1702. Superintendent of Documents; sale of documents. 1703. Superintendent of Documents: assistants, blanks, printing and binding. 1704. Superintendent of Documents: pay of employees for night, Sunday, holiday, and overtime work. 1705. Printing additional copies for sale to public; regulations. 1706. Printing and sale of extra copies of documents. 1707. Reprinting of documents required for sale. 1708. Prices for sales copies of publications; crediting of receipts; resale by dealers; sales agents. 1709. Blank forms: printing and sale to public. 1710. Index of documents: number and distribution. 1711. Catalog of Government publications. 1712. Documents for use of the Public Printer. 1713. Documents to be delivered to the Executive Mansion. 1714. Publications for use of General Services Administration. [1]    Section catchline amended by Pub. L. 98–497without corresponding amendment of chapter analysis. 1715. Publications for department or officer or for congressional committees. 1716. Public documents for legations and consulates of United States. 1717. Documents and reports for foreign legations. 1718. Distribution of Government publications to the Library of Congress. 1719. International exchange of Government publications. 1720. Documents not needed by departments to be turned over to Superintendent of Documents. 1721. Exchange of documents by heads of departments. 1722. Departmental distribution of publications.
Federal Records Management Provisions Without Effect on Chapter

Authority and responsibilities under chapter not limited or repealed by Federal Records Management Amendments of 1976, see section 5(b) ofPub. L. 94–575, set out as a note under section 2901 of this title.

[1]  Section catchline amended by Pub. L. 98–497without corresponding amendment of chapter analysis.

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