Legislative Branch Appropriations for ...: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives

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Page 143 - power to adopt and employ such measures as, in its discretion, may be deemed necessary to remedy any neglect, delay, duplication, or waste in the public printing and binding and the distribution of Government publications[.]
Page 22 - Senate, the Sergeant at Arms of the House of Representatives, and the Architect of the Capitol...
Page 65 - Congress, has charge of the structural and mechanical care of the United States Capitol Building, together with arrangements in cooperation with the proper authorities, for ceremonies and ceremonials held in the building and on the grounds; is responsible for the care, maintenance, and improvement of the Capitol Grounds...
Page 49 - Under the direction and approval of the House Office Building Commission, the structural, mechanical, and domestic care and maintenance of the House Office Buildings, including the maintenance and operation of the mechanical...
Page 49 - In addition to these maintenance and repair activities, the Architect of the Capitol is charged with the planning and construction of such buildings as may be committed to his care by Congress from time to time.
Page 126 - December 2, 1943, by the Joint Committee of the American Library Association and the Library Binding Institute...
Page 207 - STATEMENT OF HON. BRENT SPENCE, A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF KENTUCKY Mr.
Page 13 - ... person designated by him. Amounts appropriated for the expenses of the joint committee shall be disbursed one-half by the Secretary of the Senate and one-half by the Clerk of the House.
Page 2 - I will fight it out on this line if it takes all Summer." And Lincoln had it when he drew to him his people and the men and women of his country by the tender pleadings of his first inaugural, by the pathetic, almost despairing, appeal of his second inaugural, and by that speech at Gettysburg which made every hero who had died a soldier again in the person of...
Page 187 - Printing shall have power to adopt and employ such measures as, in its discretion, may be deemed necessary to remedy any neglect, delay, duplication, or waste in the public printing and binding and the distribution of Government publications...

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