Report Regarding the Distribution of Public Documents

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1886 - Government publications - 8 pages
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Page 4 - For example, under the present law, 1,000 copies of the annual report of a department are printed for the use of the Senate, and 2,000 copies for the use of the House. This makes the quota for each Senator ten copies and for each Representative four copies.
Page 4 - Institution, for the year 1870, be printed ; 2,500 for the use of the Senate, 5,000 for the use of the House, and 5,000 for the use of the Smithsonian Institution: Provided, That the aggregate number of pages of said report shall not exceed 450 ; and that there shall be no illustrations, except those furnished by the Smithsonian Institution.
Page 4 - Report | of the | secretary of the interior; | being part of | the message and documents | communicated to the | two houses of congress | at the | beginning of the second session of the forty- seventh congress.
Page 1 - Senate resolution of the 5th instant: "That the Secretary of the Interior be directed to furnish to the Senate such information relating to the geology and the natural resources of that portion of the Shoshone Reservation which is to be opened for settlement in July, 1906, as may he in the possession of the Geological Survey.
Page 1 - Referred to the Committee on Printing and ordered to be printed. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Washington, December, 7, 1914.. SIR: In compliance with the provisions of the act providing for the public printing and binding ana the distribution of public documents...

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