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Documents shall be subject to regulation by the Joint Committee on Printing and shall not interfere with the prompt execution of printing for the Government. Sec. 1, act of May 11, 1922 (42 Stat. 541); 44 U. S. C. 72.
After the date of the enactment of this Act, the price at which additional copies of Government publications are offered for sale to the public by the Superintendent of Documents shall be based on the cost thereof as determined by the Public Printer, plus 50 per centum: Provided, That a discount of not to exceed 25 per centum may be allowed to authorized book dealers and quantity purchasers, but such printing shall not interfere with the prompt execution of work for the Government. The surplus receipts from such sales shall be deposited in the Treasury of the United States to the credit of miscellaneous receipts. The Superintendent of Documents shall prescribe the terms and conditions under which he may authorize the resale of Government publications by book dealers, and he may designate any Government officer his agent for the sale of Gov. ernment publications under such regulations as shall be agreed upon by the Superintendent of Documents and the head of the respective department or establishment of the Government. The selling price of publications as provided for herein shall be in lieu of that prescribed in the public resolution approved May 11, 1922 (U. S. C., title 44, secs. 72 and 220), and section 42 of the Act of January 12, 1895 (U. S. C., title 44, sec. 114). Sec. 307, Title III, Part II, act of June 30, 1932 (47 Stat, 409); 44 U. 8. C. 720.
“Additional copies thereof” refers to service publications authorized by 1784, post.
1779. Departmental printing; accounting.--That hereafter in the printing and binding of documents or reports emanating from the executive departments, bureaus, and independent offices of the Government, the cost of which is now charged to the allotment for printing and binding for Congress, or to appropriations or allotments of appropriations other than those made to the executive departments, bureaus, or independent offices of the Government, the cost of illustrations, composition, stereotyping, and other work involved in the actual preparation for printing, apart from the creation of manuscript, shall be charged to the appropriation or allotment of appropriation for the printing and binding of the department, bureau, or independent office of the Government in which such documents or reports originate; the balance of cost shall be charged to the allotment for printing and binding for Congress, and to the appropriation or allotment of appropriation of the executive department, bureau, or independent office of the Government, in proportion to the number delivered to each ; the cost of any copies of such documents or reports distributed otherwise than through Congress, or the executive departments, bureaus, and independent offices of the Government, if such there be, shall be charged as heretofore: Provided, That on or before the first day of December in each fiscal year each executive department, bureau, or independent office of the Government to which an appropriation or allotment of appropriation for printing and binding is made, shall obtain from the Public Printer an estimate of the probable cost of all publications of such department, bureau, or independent office now required by law to be printed, and so much thereof as would, under the terms of this resolution, be charged to the appropriation or allotment of appropriation of the department, bureau, or independent office of the Government in which such publications originate, shall thereupon be set aside to be applied only to the printing and binding of such documents and reports, and shall not be avail. able for any other purpose until all of such allotment of cost on account of such documents and reports shall have been fully paid. Pub. res. of Mar, 30, 1906 (34 Stat. 825); 44 U. 8. C. 214.
1780. Departmental printing; appropriations not to be exceeded.-No printing shall be done for the executive departments in any fiscal year in excess of the amount of the appropriation, and none shall be done without a special requisition, signed by the chief of the department and filed with the Public Printer. Sec. 89, act of Jan. 12, 1895 (28 Stat. 622); 44 U. 8. C. 213,
This section superseded that part of R. S. 3802 which prohibited the execution of any printing or binding for departments in excess of the appropriation; also a provision of act June 3, 1874 (18 Stat. 204), that the Congressional Printer should print, upon the order of the heads of the executive departments, respectively, only such limited number of the annual reports of such departments, and necessary accompanying reports of subordi. nates, as should be deemed necessary for the use of Congress; and also provisions of act of Aug. 5, 1892 (27 Stat. 388), similar to the ones in this section, prohibiting printing and binding in excess of the allotments, and the printing of the bureau reports.
1781. Departmental printing; payments to Public Printer.-During the fiscal year 1930 any executive department or independent establishment of the Government ordering printing and binding from the Government Printing Office shall pay promptly by check to the Public Printer upon his written request, either in advance or upon completion of the work, all or part of the estimated or actual cost thereof, as the case may be, and bills rendered by the Public Printer in accordance herewith shall not be subject to audit or certification in advance of payment: Provided, That proper adjustments on the basis of the actual cost of delivered work paid for in advance shall be made monthly or quarterly and as may be agreed upon by the Public Printer and the department or establishment concerned. All sums paid to the Public Printer for work that he is authorized by law to do shall be deposited to the credit, on the books of the Treasury Department, of the appropriation made for the working capital of the Government Printing Office, for the year in which the work is done, and be subject to requisition by the Public Printer. Sec. 1, act of Feb, 28, 1929 (45 Stat. 1401), making appropriations for legislative branch; 44 U. 8. C. 120.
A similar provision has appeared in prior and subsequent appropriation acts.
For text of the first paragraph of this section as published in the 1929 Edition, see 1718, ante.
The last paragraph, based on section 4, act of July 1, 1916 (39 Stat. 336), was superseded by section 204, Budget and Accounting act of June 10, 1921 (42 Stat. 21), ante, 1639, and no recommendation will be made for its inclusion in the United States Code (Memo. J. A. G. October 9, 1930). It is omitted from the military law.
1782. Departmental printing; annual reports.-* of the annual report of the head of the department without appendices there may be printed in any one fiscal year not to exceed five thousand copies, bound in pamphlet form; and of the reports of chiefs of bureaus without appendices there may be printed in any one fiscal year not to exceed two thousand five hundred copies, bound in pamphlet form:
Sec. 89, act of Jan. 12, 1895 (28 Stat. 622); 44 U. S. O. 213.
As to whether or not these reports are to be printed, see 870, ante.
1783. Departmental printing; river and harbor documents.-All reports on examination and survey which may be prepared during the recess of Congress shall, in the discretion of the Secretary of War, be printed by the Public Printer as documents of the following session of Congress, Sec. 3, act of Mar, 4, 1913 (37 Stat. 826); 33 U. 8. C. 556.
The text of this section as published in the 1929 Edition, based on section 8, act of July 2, 1926 (44 Stat. 784); 10 U. S. C. 292b, is omitted as obsolete (J. A. G. 010.3, November 12, 1929, page 66),
1784. Departmental printing; service publications.-* That hereafter the head of any executive department, independent office, or establishment of
the Government is hereby authorized, with the approval of the Director of the Bureau of the Budget, to use from the appropriations available for printing and binding such sums as may be necessary for the printing of journals, magazines, periodicals, and similar publications as he shall certify in writing to be necessary in the transaction of the public business required by law of such department, office, or establishment: Provided, That there may be printed, in addition to those necessary for such public business, not to exceed two thousand copies for free distribution by the department, office, or establishment issuing the same: * * * Sec. 1, act of May 11, 1922 (42 Stat. 541); 44 U. 8. C. 220. 1785. Departmental printing; two or more editions.
And provided further, That the number of copies of any public document or report now authorized to be printed or which may hereafter be authorized to be printed for any of the executive departments, or bureaus or branches thereof, or independent offices of the Government may be supplied in two or more editions, instead of one, upon a requisition on the Public Printer by the official head of such department or independent office, but in no case shall the aggregate of said editions exceed the number of copies now authorized, or which may hereafter be authorized:
Pub. res. of Mar. 30, 1906 (34 Stat. 826); 44 U. S. C. 224.
In view of the transfer of all functions pertaining to the Alaska Board of Road Commissioners to the Interior Department (see 1049, ante), the text of this section as published in the 1929 Edition, based on Ch. 1, act of July 9, 1918 (40 Stat. 863) ; 48 U. S. C. 328, is omitted as no longer in effect.
1786. Departmental printing; restricted to ordinary business.—Hereafter no book or document not having to do with the ordinary business transactions of the executive departments shall be printed on the requisition of any executive department or unless the same shall have been expressly authorized by Congress. Sec. 1, act of Mar. 3, 1905 (33 Stat. 1249); 44 U. 8. C. 219a.
1787. War Department printing.–For printing and binding for the War De partment, its bureaus and offices, and for all printing and binding for the field activities under the War Department, except such as may be authorized in accordance with existing law to be done elsewhere than at the Government Printing Office, $475,000; Provided, That the sum of $3,000, or so much thereof as may be necessary, may be used for the publication, from time to time, of bulletins prepared under the direction of the Surgeon General of the Army, for the instruction of medical officers, when approved by the Secretary of War, and not exceeding $63,522 shall be available for printing and binding under the direction of the Chief of Engineers. Act of Feb. 28, 1929 (45 Stat. 1950), making appropriations for the War Department.
Section thirteen of the river and harbor appropriation act approved July twenty-fifth, nineteen hundred and twelve, which authorizes the payment for printing of matter relating to river and harbor works from river and harbor appropriations, is repealed, and hereafter sueh printing shall be done and paid for out of regular annual appropriations for printing and binding for the War Department. Sec. 1, act of July 1, 1916 (39 Stat. 330); 33 U. s. 0. 557.
A provision similar to the first paragraph of this section has appeared in prior and subsequent appropriation acts.
As repeated in the War Department Appropriation Act of April 9, 1935 (49 Stat. 122), it includes a provision for printing the Index Catalog of the Army Medical Library.
1788. For text of this section as published in the 1929 Edition, see 1723, ante. 1789. For text of this section as published in the 1929 Edition, see 1253, ante.
RIVERS, HARBORS, AND WATERWAYS
Navigable waters :
In general, 1790.
In general, 1798.
Regulations governing, 1801.
Transportation of explosives, 1808a.
Plans and specifications, 1809.
Regulations for drawbridges, 1818.
Authority and appropriations, 1820.
River and harbor improvements-Continued.
Removal of snags from tributaries, 1827.
By private enterprise, 1834.
For dredging within harbor lines, 1835.
Unexpended balances, 1841.
For rental of Government plants, 1842.
aged, or stolen, 1844.
Advertising requirements, 1845,
Hire of dredging plants, 1849.
Removal of snags, 1862.
Establishment and purpose, 1865.
Federal Water Power Act, definitions, 1867. | Inland Waterways Corporation—Continued. Water-power projects :
Advisory board, 1879. Conditions of license, 1868.
Powers, 1880. Contributions by Government, 1869.
Property, rights, duties, liabilities, 1881. Requisition in time of emergency, 1870. Mississippi River Commission : Operation of navigation facilities, 1871. Establishment and personnel, 1882. Sale of power, 1872.
Duties, 1883. Inland waterways transportation :
Tennessee Valley Authority : Operation of Government-owned boats, Establishment, 1884. 1873.
Cooperation by Executive Departments, Development by Secretary of War, 1874.
1885. Operation of New York State Barge Canal, Disposition of products, 1886. 1875.
Sale of surplus power, 1887. Inland Waterways Corporation :
Condemnation of lands, 1888. Establishment, 1876.
Requisition of plants in time of war, 1889. Capital stock, 1877.
Bonneville project, 1890. Operation of transportation and terminal | Fort Peck project, 1891.
facilities, 1878. 1790. Navigable waters; regulations in general.--'That it shall be the duty of the Secretary of War to prescribe such regulations for the use, administration, and navigation of the navigable waters of the United States as in his judgment the public necessity may require for the protection of life and property, or of operations of the United States in channel improvement, covering all matters not specifically delegated by law to some other executive department. Such regulations shall be posted, in conspicuous and appropriate places, for the information of the public; and every person and every corporation which shall violate such regulations shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and, on conviction thereof in any district court of the United States within whose territorial jurisdiction such offense may have been committed, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding $500, or by imprisonment (in the case of a natural person) not exceeding six months, in the discretion of the court. Sec. 4, act of Aug. 18, 1894 (28 Stat. 362); sec. 7, act of Aug. 8, 1917 (40 Stat. 266); 33 U. S. C. 1.
That any regulations heretofore or hereafter prescribed by the Secretary of War in pursuance of the fourth and fifth sections of the River and Harbor Act of August eighteenth, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and any regulations hereafter prescribed in pursuance of the aforesaid section four as amended by section eleven of this Act, may be enforced as provided in section seventeen of the River and Harbor Act of March third, eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, the provisions whereof are hereby made applicable to the said regulations. Sec. 6, act of June 13, 1902 (32 stat. 374); 33 U. S. C. 1, 499.
Sec. 5, act of Aug. 18, 1894, mentioned in this section, authorizing the Secretary of War to prescribe regulations for drawbridges over navigable waters, and prescribing a penalty for violation thereof, is set forth 1818, post.
Sec. 17, act of Mar. 3, 1899, also mentioned in this section, prescribed the duties of the Department of Justice in enforcing regulations relating to navigable waters, authorized by several sections of said act (30 Stat. 1153).
Notes of Decisions Validity of statute.This section author- | ment that State's diversion of waters from izing Secretary of War to prescribe regula- watershed of river impairs river's narigations for navigation held not invalid as im-bility. State of New Jersey v. State of New proper delegation of legislative power. The York (1931), 283 U. S. 336. Governor Warfield (D. C., 1930), 39 F. (20) Secretary of War may make rules to pre926, affirmed without opinion (C. C. A., vent collisions between vessels in area of 1931), 48 F. (20) 1069.
channel imp.ovement for purpose of proAuthority of Secretary of War.-State tecting work and instrumentalities engaged must yield to future decision of War Depart-| therein. The Governor Warfield (D. C.,