To Authorize and Direct the Postmaster General to Estimate Certain Expenses and Losses of the Department ,85-1

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Page 1 - Under such regulations as the Postmaster General shall prescribe correspondence of the members of the Diplomatic Corps of the countries of the Pan American Postal Union stationed in the United States may be reciprocally transmitted in the domestic mails free of postage, and be entitled to free registration, but without any right to indemnity in case of loss: The same privilege shall be accorded consuls of such countries stationed in the United States, and vice consuls...
Page 14 - ... rate of 4 cents for the first pound and 1 cent for each additional pound or fraction thereof, except that the rates now or hereafter prescribed for third- or fourth-class matter shall apply in every case where such rate is lower than the rate prescribed in this subsection...
Page 5 - ... public libraries, organizations, or associations shall be charged with postage at the rate of 4 cents for the first pound or fraction thereof...
Page 14 - Mr. JOHANSEN. Mr. Chairman. The CHAIRMAN. Mr. Johansen. Mr. JOHANSEN. I have two questions, Mr.
Page 14 - The postage is 8 cents for the first pound and 4 cents for each additional pound regardless of the destination.
Page 4 - ... notations and containing no advertising matter other than incidental announcements of books and when in parcels not exceeding seventy pounds in weight, may be sent at the postage rate of 8 cents for the first pound or fraction thereof and 4 cents for each additional pound or fraction thereof.
Page 1 - Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Postmaster General is hereby authorized and...

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