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Customers who make frequent purchases from the Superintendent of Documents will find a deposit account a convenient method for ordering publications and subscriptions.

1. A minimum deposit of $50 is required to open a deposit account. Upon receipt of your remittance by

this Office, you will be assigned a unique deposit account number against which you may place future orders. A positive balance must be maintained in your account in order to place future deposit account orders. Requests to open a deposit account should be submitted separately and addressed to the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. Customers should send all deposits to their accounts separately from orders.

. For prompt and speedy service when ordering both publications and subscriptions to be charged to

your prepaid account, please use separate order forms. Forms may be obtained from the Superintendent of Documents by request. Be sure to include a deposit account number when placing deposit account orders.

. You will receive a monthly statement regarding the status of your deposit account provided there has

been activity on the account during the previous month. The statement will indicate all charges made against the account during the month and the remaining balance. An account with a positive balance may be closed upon a customer's written request.

. We suggest that deposit account customers maintain a balance sufficient to cover three months’

purchases to assure prompt processing of their orders and to avoid the necessity of forwarding frequent deposits.

Invoicing

Currently, Federal agencies, state and local agencies, and college bookstores may submit orders unaccompanied by remittance to the Superintendent of Documents. These customers are invoiced for the cost of the products supplied to them. All other customer orders must be prepaid.

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To facilitate invoice processing, agencies should include a purchase order number on all agency purchasing order forms and have the forms signed by a purchasing official. They should also include a “bill to” address, a “ship to” address and funding data.

. To avoid duplicate shipments, agencies should not send confirmation copies of their purchase orders.

They should clearly indicate if payments are for previously submitted orders and include GPO’s invoice number with the payments.

Additional Remittance Information for International Customers

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Customs and international mailing regulations require special handling of all orders that are mailed outside of the United States. The Superintendent of Documents charges an additional 25 percent of the current domestic selling price of a publication or subscription service to cover the special handling charges. We also require that remittance be made in advance of shipment. We request that all correspondence with this Office be in English.

. International customers should remit by International Postal Money Order, by a draft on a United

States or Canadian bank, (in U.S. dollars) or by UNESCO Coupons. We cannot accept drafts from foreign branches of an American bank. Orders received with postage stamps, International Response Coupons, or foreign currency are not acceptable and will be returned unprocessed. To guarantee the price of a publication for purchase at a future date, customers may request a pro forma invoice. This invoice quotes the title of the publication, its price, and special handling charges. It is valid for 90 days from the date of the quote. Unless otherwise specified by the customer, shipments for international orders will be sent surface mail. Airmail rates for publications vary according to the weight of the shipment and its destination. Airmail rates for individual issues of subscription services remain constant through the term of the service. The Superintendent of Documents recommends that international customers request airmail service for dated periodical subscription services. Information on airmail rates may be obtained by telephone (202–783–3238), telex (TWX #710 822–9413 ANSWER BACK USGPO WSH) or by mail.

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REMINDER: Prices of publications are subject to change without notice and the prices charged on your order will be those in effect at the time your order is processed, with the exception of those who have requested a pro forma invoice in advance or have obtained a valid price quote.

COMPLAINTS

A. Orders for Publications

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If you have a problem with a publication order, allow four weeks for mailing and processing time if
the order was sent by mail. Allow three weeks if the order was placed by telephone.
Please clearly explain the problem and provide a copy of the order, along with proof of payment.
Also include a telephone number where you can be reached during business hours.
Address all inquires to:

Chief, Service Section
Stop: SSOS
U.S. Government Printing Office
Washington, D.C. 20402

NOTE: We do not accept the return of publications for exchange or credit unless an error was made in processing your order, or if your order was received in faulty condition. If an adjustment is necessary, return your order document or shipping ticket, along with proof of payment (cancelled check—front and back, VISA, MasterCard or Superintendent of Documents Deposit Account number). All claims must be submitted within six months from the date of your order. DO NOT RETURN ANY PUBLICATION UNTIL NOTIFIED TO DO SO.

Orders for Subscriptions

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Allow a minimum of 6 weeks before inquiring about a subscription service.
In your letter of inquiry include the title of the subscription, the subscription symbol (List ID), the
date of the order, the order number, the subscriber address and proof of payment. Be as specific as
possible about the problem (e.g., specify missing issues, quantity, whether a new or renewal order,
etc.)

. Address all inquiries to:

Chief, Subscription Research Section
Stop: SSOM
U.S. Government Printing Office
Washington, D.C. 20402

Deposit Accounts 1.

Allow 3 weeks before a new deposit account can be activated and before the new account number will be sent to the account holder.

If the problem relates to charges made against the account, include a copy of the statement and annotate the charges in question.

Chief, Deposit Account Section
Stop: SAOS
U.S. Government Printing Office
Washington, D.C. 20402

Phone numbers for the offices listed above may be found in the directory on the following page. If you receive defective publications or you are dissatisfied with the responses from any of these offices, address all inquires to:

Superintendent of Documents
U.S. Government Printing Office
Washington, D.C. 20402

DIRECTORY FOR ORDERING ASSISTANCE

. Telephone Order and Information Section (order desk)................................................. (202) 783–3238 (general ordering information) Congressional Information Desk ....................................................................................... (202) 275-3030 (information on Congressional publications) Publication Service Section ............................................................................................... (202) 275-3050 (publication complaints) Subscription Research Section........................................................................................... (202) 275-3054 (subscription complaints) Deposit Account Section ................................................................................................... (202) 275–2481

(complaints regarding charges or deposits)

LIST OF SPECIAL MATERIALS

Errata sheets, change notices, binders, and other materials not warranting a separate bibliographic description are listed below. The list is in Supt. of Docs. classification number order. Each entry in the list includes title, date, Supt. of Docs. item number, stock number, and price as applicable.

A 132:F 51/73 .......................................... Fire behavior systems for fire management. In Proceedings, Sixth Conference on Fire and
Forest Meteorology [Seattle, Wash., Apr. 22–24]. Soc. Am. For., Washington, D.C. 1980.
A 132:F95/3 ............................................ Downed woody fuel accumulations in northern region forests. In Proceedings, Sixth

Conference on Fire and Forest Meteorology [Seattle, Wash., Apr. 22–24]. Soc. Am. For.,
Washington, D.C. 1980.

A 132:L 62................................................. Lightning that ignites forest fires. In Proceedings, Sixth Conference on Fire and Forest
Meteorology [Seattle, Wash., Apr. 22–24]. Soc. Am. For., Washington, D.C. 1980.
A 122:L 62/2 ............................................ Lightning fire densities and their management implications on northern region national

forests. In Proceedings, Sixth Conference on Fire and Forest Meteorology [Seattle, Wash., Apr. 22–24]. Soc. Am. For., Washington, D.C. 1980.

A 132;M 72................................................ Estimating Duff moisture from meteorological measurements. In Proceedings, Sixth Conference on Fire and Forest Meteorology [Seattle, Wash., Apr. 22–24]. Soc. Am. For., Washington, D.C. 1980.

A 132:W 72/2 ........................................... Estimating midflame windspeeds. In Proceedings, Sixth Conference on Fire and Forest o Meteorology [Seattle, Wash., Apr. 22–24]. Soc. Am. For., Washington, D.C. 1980. A 1927/2.C 12.......................................... A handheld calculator—fire danger and fire behavior. In Proceedings, Sixth Conference on Fire and Forest Meteorology [Seattle, Wash., Apr. 22–24]. Soc. Am. For., Washington, D.C. 1980. A 13.27/2:D 84/5...................................... FPL press drying process: wood savings in linerboard manufacture. Tappi/April 1981. Vol. 64, No. 4 A 13.27.2:H 22/9....................................... Standard list of characters suitable for computerized hardwood identification. IAWA bulletin n.s., Vol. 2(2–3), 1981. OItem 84. A 13.27/2:H 81/5....................................... Toward improved structural design of housing components. “Housing planning, financing,

construction” Vol. 2, pp. 734–749, 1979. Proceedings of International Conferences on Housing Planning, Construction, Dec. 2–7, 1979, Miami Beach, Fla. OItem 84. S/N 001–001–00521–5. $1.25.

A 13.27/2:L 96/17 .................................... Characterizing lumber properties for truss research. From “Metal Plate Wood Truss Conference” published by Forest Products Research Society, Madison, Wi. 1981.

A 1327/2:M 56 ......................................... Computers, climatology, and fire use. In Proceedings, Sixth Conference on Fire and Forest Meteorology [Seattle, Wash., Apr. 22–24]. Soc. Am. For., Washington, D.C. 1980.

A 1327/2.M 62 ......................................... Protecting millwork with water repellants. Forest Products Journal, Vol. 28, No. 5. OItem 84.

A 13.27/2:M 99......................................... Cultural studies on poria cinerascens, P. rivulosa, and P. subvermispora (Aphyllophorales, basidiomycotina). Repr. from Mycotaxon 13: 105–111. 11 May 1981. OItem 84.

* 1927/2Si3............................................ Silica bodies in wood of arborescent leguminosae. IAWA bulletin, n.s., Vol. 1 (4), 1980. OItem 84.

A 1327/2:St 8........................................... Racking strength of light-frame nailed walls. Journal of the Structural Division, Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 104, No. ST7, July 1978. OItem 84.

A 1327/2.Su 5........................................... Laboratory evaluation of the possibility of using sulfuric acid as a wood chip preservative. Tappi/March 1981, Vol. 64, No. 3.

A 13.27/2:W 85/104 ................................. Responses of wood decay fungi to polyoxin D, an inhibitor of chitin synthesis, Material and Organismen 15. Bd., 1980 Heft 1. OItem 84.

A 13.27/2:W 85/108 ................................. Wood-based panel products, a changing industry in the United States. Repr. from Unasylva, 32(127):8–15, 1980.

* 1927/7:Ex 6.......................................... Examination of the concomitant properties of lumber. From “Metal Plate Wood Truss Conference” published by Forest Products Research Society, Madison, Wi., 1981.

A 13.27/7:F 76/9....................................... FPL light-frame research program. From Metal Plate Wood Truss Conference published by

Forest Products Research Society, Madison, Wi., 1981.

A 13.27/7:L 96/18 .................................... Trends in lumber used for housing. From “Metal Plate Wood Truss Conference” published by Forest Products Research Society, Madison, Wi., 1981.

A 13.27/7:Ox 9.......................................... Effects of molecular oxygen on lignin degradation by phanerochaete chrysosporium, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, Vol. 99, No. 2, 1981, March 31, 1981. pp. 373-378.

A 13.27/7:P 52........................................... Metabolism of a phenylcoumaran substructure lignin model compound in ligninolytic
cultures of phanerochaete chrysosporium. Arch Microbiol (1981) 128:416–420.
A 13.27/7:W 42.......................................... Appendix I, Specific Weibull distribution concerns. From “Metal Plate Wood Truss
Conference” published by Forest Products Research Society, Madison, Wi., 1981.
A 13.36/2:Sn 6/2 ....................................... Snow avalanche, general rules for avoiding & surviving snow avalanches. Repr. from USDA
Forest Service Program Aid No. 1090 (1974) Rev. 1980. OItem 86–C.
A 13.66/2:P65........................................... Within-Stand comparisons of inner bark electrical resistance in lodgepole pine—the bark
moisture factor. Repr. from Forest Science, Vol. 26, No. 2, June 1980, pp. 309-312.
A 68.3:181-3/supp..................................... Supplements to REA bulletins. Mar. 20, 1981. OItem 116.

C 3.2:Ec 7/5/981 ........... ... 1977 economic censuses. Publication schedule. Jan. 1981. OItem 146.

C 3.186:P–20/353/errata .. ... Geographical mobility, March 1975 to March 1979. Nov. 1980. OItem 142–C.

C 3.255/5:RC 77–C/ch............................. 1977 census of retail trade. Major retail center series. Jan. 1981. All depository libraries.

C 13.11:136/errata..................................... American National Standard N432: Radiological safety for the design and construction of apparatus for gamma radiography. OItem 245.

C 13.58:81–1645/erratum .......................... Replacement for page 463 of NBSIR 81–1645, Materials studies for magnetic fusion energy applications at low temperatures—IV. OItem 247–D.

D 5.317:46/ch.2.......................................... Sailing directions for the northwest and north coasts of Norway. Change no. 2. Pub. 46. 16 Aug. 80. OItem 378–E.

D 5.317:48/ch.2.......................................... Sailing directions for the northern U.S.S.R., volume II. Change no. 2. Pub. 48. 28 Jun. 80. OItem 378–E.

D 5.317:82/v.1/ch. 2................................. Sailing directions for the Pacific Islands, volume I, western groups, including the Solomon Islands. Change no. 2. Pub. 82. 13 Oct. 79. OItem 378–E.

D 5.317:140/ch.1 ....................................... Sailing directions (planning guide) for the North Atlantic Ocean. First edition 1976. Change no. 1. Pub. 140. 12 Apr. 80. OItem 378–E.

D 5.317:146/ch.1 ....................................... Sailing directions (enroute) for Newfoundland, Labrador and Hudson Bay. Change no. 1. Pub. 146. 26 Apr. 80. OItem 378–E.

D 5.317:154/ch.2 ....................................... Sailing directions (enroute) for British Columbia. Change no. 2. Pub. 154, 30 Aug. 80 OItem 378–E.

D 5.317:17.1/ch.1 ....................................... Sailing directions (enroute) for East Africa and the South Indian Ocean. Change no. 1. Pub. 171. 28 Jun. 80. OItem 378–E.

L 38.10:1117/errata.................................... Improving barrier insertion loss. 1980. OItem 637–A.

TD 4.6:129/2/ch.7 .................................... Federal aviation regulations. Part 129, Operations of foreign air carriers. Sept. 11,

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