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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS-Continued

Program and Financing (in tho

General and special funds—Continued
BOOKS FOR THE BLIND-Continued

Program by activities:
SALARIES AND EXPENSES- continued

Organizing, arranging, indexing, and micro

filming (obligations) blind readers and to complete the replacement of singlespeed machines, and (4) continued increased emphasis on Financing: research in sound reproduction.

Unobligated balance brought forward(-)....

Unobligated balance carried forward.. 2. Cataloging, reference, circulation, and training services.—Catalogs of talking and braille books are prepared New obligational authority (appropriation) and maintained, including a Union Catalog of Hand Copied Books in Braille which brings together a record of holdings of all libraries for the blind. The division also

Public Law 85-147 (2 U.S.C. 13 maintains a unique collection (about 30 thousand volumes) 1957, authorizes an appropriatio of books in braille not available elsewhere for loan in the

remain available until expended United States. During the past 5-year period 1958–62 the

microfilm the papers of the Preside number of readers throughout the country requiring in the collections of the Library catalogs from which to select reading matter has grown pose is to preserve their contents from 59 thousand to 78 thousand and circulation from readily available for research. T 1,646 thousand units (volumes or containers) to 2,513

in fiscal year 1959 with an appropri thousand. The number of readers and circulation are

The objectives for the 6th year expected to continue to increase in 1963 and 1964. In tive and positive service copy or quiries are received concerning library and related services arranged and indexed, and to cont available to the blind. Individuals throughout the Na- | by photo-offset in editions of 1,000 tion who are interested in transcribing or proofreading braille are trained and those qualified are certified. Dur

Object Classification (in thousa ing fiscal 1962, 531 individuals were certified, and it is anticipated that this level will continue during 1963 and 1964. Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

11 Personnel compensation:

Permanent positions...

Other personnel compensation.
actual
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Total personnel compensation

12 Personnel benefits. 11 Personnel compensation:

23 Rent, communications, and utilities. Permanent positions...

171 187 207 24 Printing and reproduction Other personnel compensation.

2 Total personnel compensation.

Total obligations. 171

187 209 12 Personnel benefits...

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Personnel Summa: 22 Transportation of things.. 23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

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Total number of permanent positions.. 25 Other services...

179 202

174

Average number of all employees.26 Supplies and materials..

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Number of employees at end of year. 31. Equipment..

1,341 1,440 1,452

Average GS grade..

Average GS salaryTotal obligations..

1,760 1.895 1,902

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For fiscal year 1962, $61 thousand was appropriated COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF LIBRARY MATERIALS to enable the Librarian of Congress to provide for the

(SPECIAL FOREIGN CURRENCY PROGRAM) conversion of safety base film additional paper prints of For necessary expenses for carrying out the provisions of section early American motion pictures now in the custody of the 104(n) of the Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act Library. With these funds, approximately 136 thousand feet of expended, [$678,000, of which $630,000] $978,000, of which

$898,000 shall be available for the purchase of foreign currencies paper prints were converted.

which [accrue under that Act and which] the Treasury DepartIt is anticipated that with the $61 thousand appropri- ment shall determine to be excess to the normal requirements of ated for fiscal year 1963, an additional 136 thousand feet

the United States. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1963.) of paper prints will be converted.

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) The $61 thousand requested for 1964 will allow for the conversion of the remainder of the paper prints and for the conversion of irreplaceable motion pictures from nitrate

actual estimate estimate film to safety base film.

Program by activities:

1. Acquisition of books and other library Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

materials.

284 529 708 2. Bibliographic listings.

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37 3. Operation of centers.

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153 4. Program support (U.S. dollars)

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Section 104(n) of the Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954 (established by Public Law 85-931, approved Sept. 6, 1958) authorizes the Librarian of Congress to use foreign currencies accruing under this act to provide information of technical, scientific, cultural, or educational significance to the United States through the collection of foreign library materials and the distribution of copies thereof to libraries and research centers in the United States. The program is being continued on a full year's basis in three countries in 1963: India, Pakistan, and United Arab Republic. It is proposed to continue the program in 1964 on a slightly expanded basis in these countries. Also the initiation of similar programs in Burma, Indonesia, and Israel on a 6-month basis is proposed. Of the total amount requested, $898 thousand will be used to purchase foreign currencies, while $80 thousand will provide U.S. dollar support.

1. Acquisition of books and other library materials.Based upon the information received during the exploratory stage concerning materials available in the three

additional countries and the requirements of other Federal agencies and certain research libraries in the United States, publications and other library materials will be purchased in multiple copies from six countries and distributed to selected libraries and research centers in the United States, including the Library of Congress.

2. Bibliographic listings.--Accessions lists of materials acquired in the six countries will be prepared and distributed to libraries and research centers in the U.S. to inform scholars of the range of books, serials, and other library materials available under this program. Cataloging information will also be provided.

3. Operation of centers.—Centers staffed with foreign nationals and a limited number of U.S. personnel will handle acquisition, listing, cataloging, and microfilming.

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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS Continued

Not to exceed ten positions in the Library of Congress may be

exempt from the provisions of appropriation Acts concerning the emGeneral and special funds-Continued

ployment of aliens during the current fiscal year, but the Librarian

shall not make any appointment to any such position until he has COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF LIBRARY MATERIALS ascertained that he cannot secure for such appointments a person (SPECIAL FOREIGN CURRENCY PROGRAM)-Continued

in any of the categories specified in such provisions who possesses

the special qualifications for the particular position and also other4. Program support (U.S. dollars).—U.S. dollars are wise meets the general requirements for employment in the Library required to pay certain expenses which cannot be paid by of Congress. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1963.) foreign currencies, such as salaries of U.S. personnel abroad, salaries of the coordinating staff of three persons

ALLOCATIONS RECEIVED FROM OTHER ACCOUNTS at the Library of Congress, and travel in some instances.

Note.--Obligations incurred under allocations from other accounts are included

in the schedule of the parent appropriation as follows: Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

Health, Education, and Welfare. Public Health Service. "Operations. National
Library of Medicine."

State, "International Educational Exchange Activities."
1962 1963
actual estimate estimate

OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES DEVISE FUND
11 Personnel compensation:
Permanent positions..

22
41

69 (Permanent, indefinite, special fund) Other personnel compensation

115 148

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) Total personnel compensation

46 156 12 Personnel benefits.--

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1963 1964 21 Travel and transportation of persons.

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actual estimate estimate 22 Transportation of things..

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39 23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

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44 Program by activities: 24 Printing and reproduction..

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15 1. Preparation of the history of the Supreme 25 Other services

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Court.

53
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50 26 Supplies and materials.

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13 2. Lectures.

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2 31 Equipment.

52 21

75 Books and library materials 217 389 516 Total obligations (object class 25).

55 Total obligations...

389 680 978 Financing:

Unobligated balance brought forward (-)... - 287 -258 -224
Unobligated balance carried forward..

258 224

192 Personnel Summary New obligational authority (appropriation) 26

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20 Total number of permanent positions

9 Average number of all employees..

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6 Number of employees at end of year.

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The Oliver Wendell Holmes devise fund was established by 69 Stat. 533 to (1) prepare a history of the Supreme Court of the United States, and, if deemed advisable,

(2) finance an annual lecture or series of lectures, and (3) [INDEXING AND MICROFILMING THE Russian Orthodox GREEK publish a memorial volume of Justice Holmes' writings. CATHOLIC CHURCH RECORDS IN ALASKA]

The principal and interest on the fund are available for (For necessary expenses to carry out the provisions of the Act of

these purposes. The current program is devoted priJuly 31, 1961 (75 Stat. 241), $15,000, to remain available until ex marily to the preparation of the history of the Supreme pended.) (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1963.)

Court; annual lectures are also financed by this fund.
Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Intragovernmental funds:
1963
actual estimate estimate

ADVANCES AND REIMBURSEMENTS

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
Program by activities:
Indexing and microfilming records of the
Russian Orthodox Church in Alaska (obli-

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gations).
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actual estimate estimate Financing:

Program by activities: New obligational authority (appropriation)...

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1. Organization of collections:
Department of Defense..

534 347
Other agencies

112 239

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2. Reference services:
Air Force-

3,943 4,476 4,628 Other agencies

467

461 454 24 Printing and reproduction..

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3. Legislative Reference Service: Congres25 Other services..

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sional committees and commissions.

34 25 25 Total obligations

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Total obligations

5,090 5,548 5,139

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Object Classification in thousands of dollars)

OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS

SALARIES AND EXPENSES

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For necessary expenses of the Office of Superintendent of Documents, including compensation of all employees in accordance with the Act entitled "An Act to regulate and fix rates of pay for employees and officers of the Government Printing Office", approved June 7, 1924 (44 U.S.C. 40); travel expenses (not to exceed $1,500); price lists and bibliographies; repairs to buildings, elevators, and machinery; and supplying books to depository libraries; [$4,683,600:] $5,417,880: Provided, That $200,000 of this appropriation shall be apportioned for use pursuant to section 3679 of the Revised Statutes, as amended (31 U.S.C. 665), with the approval of the Public Printer, only to the extent necessary to provide for expenses (excluding permanent personal services) for workload increases not anticipated in the budget estimates and which cannot be provided for by normal budgetary adjustments. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1963.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

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Personnel Summary

Program by activities:

Direct program:
Total number of permanent positions..

564 574 507
1. Sales distribution..

2,790 2,914 3,112 Full-time equivalent of other positions.

93 103

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2. Distribution for other agencies and Average number of all employees.

648 677 604
Members of Congress.--

730 701 747 Number of employees at end of year. 654 636 601 3. Depository library distribution.

877 627 1,013 Average GS grade. 9.4 9.4 9.4 4. Cataloging and indexing--

320 328 341 Average GS salary$6,927 $7,156 $7,511 5. Contingency fund.--

200 200 Total direct program costs, funded

(including contingency fund)... 4,718 4,770 5,413

Reimbursable program:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

2. Distribution for other agencies and
Members of Congress-

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Total program costs, funded.

4,901 4,835 5,478 PRINTING AND BINDING

Change in selected resources 1

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5 For authorized printing and binding for the Congress; not to ex Total obligations....

4,907 4,829 5,483 ceed $7,500 for printing and binding for the Architect of the Capitol; expenses necessary for preparing the semimonthly and session index Financing: to the Congressional Record, as authorized by law (44 U.S.C. 182); Advances and reimbursements from other acprinting, binding, and distribution of the Federal Register (including counts (-)-

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-65 the Code of Federal Regulations) as authorized by law (44 U.S.C. 309, 311, 311a); and printing and binding of Government publica New obligational authority.

4,724 4,764 5,418 tions authorized by law to be distributed without charge to the recipients; ($15,200,000) $18,200,000: Provided, That this appropriation shall not be available for printing and binding part 2 of the annual New obligational authority: report of the Secretary of Agriculture (known as the Yearbook of Appropriation.

4,724 4,684 5,418 Agriculture): Provided further, That this appropriation shall be Proposed supplemental due to pay increases.

80 available for the payment of obligations incurred under the appropriations for similar purposes for preceding fiscal years. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1963.)

Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961,

$5 thousand; 1962, $11 thousand; 1963, $5 thousand; 1964. $10 thousand. Program and Financing in thousands of dollars)

The work programs of the Office of the Superintendent 1964

of Documents are of a service nature, and hence there is actual estimate estimate no control over the volume of work which is required by

law. Program by activities:

1. Sales distribution.-Government publications are Printing, binding, and distribution (obliga

19,300 tions) (object class 24)..

13,500

purchased from the Public Printer to be placed on sale.

Acquisition costs are paid from sales receipts; hence no Financing:

appropriation is required for printing sales copies. By Obligations in excess of availability (76 Stat.

law, the sale price is set at the cost of manufacture plus 693) (-)---

-5,900

50%. At the end of each year, excess receipts from sales Liquidation of prior year obligations.

1,700

4,200

not required for purchasing additional publications are New obligational authority (appropriation) 13,400 15,200 18,200 turned in to the Treasury Department as miscellaneous

receipts. For 1962, earnings from the sale of publications

amounted to $5,770 thousand. It is estimated that This appropriation covers all authorized printing, bind- earnings for 1963 will be $5,800 thousand and $6,000 ing, and distribution of publications for the Congress, the thousand for 1964. These earnings more than cover the Federal Register, and Government publications authorized appropriation required to finance the sales program. by law to be distributed without charge to the recipients The sale of Government publications has been steadily (76 Stat. 693).

increasing, and in the last 10 years the sales volume has

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GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE-Continued

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)--Continued General and special funds-Continued

1962

1963 1964 actual

estimate estimate OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS-Continued

Reimbursable obligations:
SALARIES AND EXPENSES-continued

11 Personnel compensation..

174

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9 26 Supplies and materials.

1 more than doubled. The current public interest in the Government's publishing program points to a continuing Total reimbursable obligations...

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65 increase in the volume of sales. 2. Distribution for other agencies and Members of

Total obligations.---

4,907 4,829 5,483 Congress.—The Superintendent of Documents maintains mailing lists, including the list for the Congressional

Personnel Summary Record, and performs mailing operations upon request of any Government agency. Mailing services for farmers' Total number of permanent positions..

487 511 548 bulletins, soil surveys, and other publications which are Full-time equivalent of other positions..

97 111 allocated to Members of Congress on a quota basis are Average number of all employees.

574 617 654 also provided

Number of employees at end of year.

804 761 798 .

$4,719 $4,963 $5,012 3. Depository library distribution.-Upon request, 1 copy Average salary of ungraded positions. of every Government publication is supplied to libraries which are designated depositories for Government publications.

ACQUISITION OF SITE AND CONSTRUCTION OF ANNEX 4. Cataloging and indexing.—This activity covers the preparation and distribution of catalogs and indexes of all

For an additional amount for necessary expenses in carrying out

the provisions of the Act approved October 4, 1961 (Public Law publications issued by the Federal Government, the 87–373), [$6,450,000] $3,758,000, to remain available until principal series being the Monthly Catalog of the United expended, and to be available for transfer to the Administrator of States Government Publications and the Numerical List General Services. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1963.) and Schedule of Volumes.

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) 5. Contingency fund. This fund is to be used only with the approval of the Public Printer, and only to the extent

1962 1963 1964 necessary to provide for expenses (excluding permanent

actual estimate estimate personal services) for workload increases not anticipated in the budget estimates and which cannot be provided for Program by activities: by normal budgetary adjustments.

Acquisition of site and construction of annex
(costs-obligations) (object class 32)...

6,450 3,758 SUMMARY OF WORKLOAD

Financing:
[In thousands)
New obligational authority (appropriation).--

6,450 3,758 1962 actual 1963 estimate 1964 estimate Number of sales orders.

3,445 3,700 3,800 Letters of inquiry

1,837 2,000 2,200 Amount of sales.

$10,902 $11,300 $11,700

Intragovernmental funds: Number of publications sold... 54,762 56,500 58,000

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE REVOLVING FUND Publications distributed for other Government agencies.

86,539 88,000 90,000 During the current fiscal year the Government Printing Office Number of publications distributed to de

revolving fund shall be available for the purchase of one passenger pository libraries...

5,312 5,600 5,900 motor vehicle (station wagon) for replacement only.
Number of publications cataloged and
indexed.

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Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

1962
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estimate estimate 1962 1963 1964 actual estimate estimate

Program by activities:

Operating costs, funded: Printing and binding- 117,968 122,030 122,217 Personnel compensation:

Capital outlay: Acquisition of equipment.-- 1,396 1,564 1,335 Permanent positions.-

2,252 2,484

2,751 Positions other than permanent.. 421 487 494 Total program costs, funded.

119,364 123,594 123,552 Other personnel compensation 81 103 Change in selected resources

7,167 542

443 Total personnel compensation.. 3,004 3,052 3,348 Total obligations.--

126,531 124,136 123,995

Financing: Direct obligations:

Revenues and other receipts: 11 Personnel compensation.

2,830 2,988 3,284

Revenue from printing and binding 127,054 128,860 129,257 12 Personnel benefits...

159 179 200

Proceeds from sale of equipment.--21 Travel and transportation of persons.

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2 Total revenues and other receipts. 127,113 128,860 129,257 23 Rent, communications, and utilities

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70 184
Unobligated balance brought forward.

16,897 15,910 15,064 24 Printing and reproduction --

1,077 844 960
Change in unfilled customers' orders..

3,625 200 200 25 Other services

107
96

Capital transfer: Payment of earnings (-) -5,195 -5,770 -5,800 26 Supplies and materials.

374 349 386 Unobligated balance carried forward (--). -15,910-15,064 -14,726 31 Equipment.

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33 89 Undistributed (contingency fund).

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Financing applied to program... 126,531 124,136 123,995 Total direct obligations.

4,724 4,764 5,418

1 Balances of selected resources are identified on the statement of financial condition.

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