“Usual number” of documents and reports; distribution of House and Senate documents and reports; binding; reports on private bills; number of copies printed; distribution.
Extra copies of documents and reports.
Printing extra copies.
Reprinting bills, laws, and reports from committees not exceeding fifty pages.
Duplicate orders to print.
Bills and resolutions: number and distribution.
Bills and resolutions: style and form.
Bills and resolutions: binding sets for Congress.
Public and private laws, postal conventions, and treaties.
Copies of Acts furnished to Public Printer.
Printing Acts, joint resolutions, and treaties.
Printing of postal conventions.
Journals of Houses of Congress.
Printing documents for Congress in two or more editions; printing of full number and allotment of full quota.
Senate and House documents and reports for Department of State.
Printing of documents not provided for by law.
Appropriation chargeable for printing of document or report by order of Congress.
Lapse of authority to print.
Classification and numbering of publications ordered printed by Congress; designation of publications of departments; printing of committee hearings.
Senate and House Manuals.
Congressional Directory: sale.
Memorial addresses: preparation; distribution.
Memorial addresses: illustrations.
Statement of appropriations; “usual number”.
Printing for committees of Congress.
Committee reports: indexing and binding.
United States Statutes at Large: distribution.
United States Statutes at Large: references in margins.
Distribution of documents to Members of Congress.
Allotments of public documents printed after expiration of terms of Members of Congress; rights of retiring Members to documents.
Time for distribution of documents by Members of Congress extended.
Documents and reports ordered by Members of Congress; franks and envelopes for Members of Congress.
Stationery and blank books for Congress.
Binding for Senators.
Binding at expense of Members of Congress.
Binding for Senate library.
Binding of publications for distribution to libraries.
Senate and House document rooms; superintendents.
Senate Service Department and House Publications Distribution Service; superintendents.
Disposition of documents stored at Capitol.
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Authority and responsibilities under chapter not limited or repealed by Federal Records Management Amendments of 1976, see section 5(b) ofPub.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.
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