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salaries or other expenses of the office of the Superintendent of Documents shall be made by the disbursing clerk of the Government Printing Office, and a statement thereof shall be included in the Public Printer's annual report for each fiscal year. (June 25, 1910, ch. 384, § 1, 36 Stat. 770; Feb. 20, 1923, ch. 98, 42 Stat. 1278.) 44 U.S.C., § 162. Documents and reports ordered by Members of
Congress; franks and envelopes for Members of Congress.
All moneys accruing under this section [Documents on reports of Committees, printing for Members) shall be deposited by the Public Printer in the Treasury of the United States 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 accounted for in his annual report to Congress. (Jan. 12, 1895, ch. 23, $ 37, 28 Stat. 606; Mar. 2, 1895, ch. 189, $1, 28 Stat. 961; Jan. 30, 1904, ch. 39, 33 Stat. 9; Mar. 4, 1925, ch. 549, $ 1, 43 Stat. 1300.) 46 U.S.C., § 1291. Reports to Congress.
The Secretary (of Commerce) shall include in his annual report to Congress a detailed statement of all activities and of all expenditures and receipts under this subchapter for the period covered by such report and in addition make quarterly progress reports to the Congress with reference to contracts entered into, proposed contracts, and the general progress of his insurance activities. (June 29, 1936, ch. 858,
1211, as added Sept. 7, 1950, ch. 906, 64 Stat. 776.) 48 U.S.C., $ 308. Officers, agents, etc., to make annual report to President; transmission to Congress.
[Re public utilities in Alaska.] The officers, agents, or agencies placed in charge of the work by the President shall make to the President annually, and at such other periods as may be required by the President or by either House of Congress, full and complete reports of all their acts and doings and of all moneys received and expended in the construction of said work and in the operation of said work or works and in the performance of their duties in connection therewith. The annual reports provided for in this section shall be by the President transmitted to Congress. (Mar. 12, 1914, ch. 37, § 4, 38 Stat. 307.) 48 U.S.C., § 306. Disposition of proceeds of lease or sale of public
lands. All moneys derived from the lease, sale, or disposal of any of the public lands, including townsites, in Alaska, or the coal or mineral therein contained, or the timber thereon, and the earnings of said railroad or railroads, together with the earnings of the telegraph and telephone lines constructed under authority of sections 301, 302, and 303-308 of this title, above maintenance charges and operating expenses, shall be paid into the Treasury of the United States as other miscellaneous receipts are paid, and a separate account thereof shall be kept and annually reported to Congress. (Mar. 12, 1914, ch. 37, $ 3,38 Stat. 307.)
50 U.S.C., § 164. Disposal of helium; funds.
(c) Deposit and use of funds; report.
All moneys received under sections 161, 162 and 164, 166 of this title, including moneys from sale of helium or other products resulting from helium operations (except moneys received in payment for helium from Government departments or agencies under subsection (a) of this section), shall be credited to a special helium-production fund from which purchasers of helium may be reimbursed for payments for helium in excess of deliveries, and the Secretary of the Interior through the Bureau of Mines may draw on said fund to pay expenses of acquiring, administering, operating, maintaining, and developing helium properties. Amounts accumulating in said fund in excess of amounts the Secretary of the Interior deems necessary to assure payment of such expenses shall be deposited in the Treasury to the credit of miscellaneous receipts: Provided, That the Secretary of the Interior shall render to Congress on or before the 1st day of January of each year a report showing the amount of moneys credited to such helium-production fund and the amount of disbursements made therefrom during the preceding fiscal year, and the unexpended and unobligated balances on hand in such fund as of the end of such fiscal year. (Mar. 3, 1925, ch. 426, § 3, 43 Stat. 1111; Mar. 3, 1927, ch. 355, 44 Stat. 1387; Sept. 1, 1937, ch. 895, 50 Stat. 886.) 22 U.S.C., $ 1964. Report to Congress.
The President shall within the months of January and July of each year report to the Congress his action hereunder [on Middle East economic assistance). (Mar. 9, 1957, Pub. L. 85–7, § 5, 71 Stat. 6.) 10 U.S.C., § 4805. Reports to Congress.
The Secretary of the Army shall report to the Committees on Armed Services of the Senate and the House of Representatives within 20 days after paying a claim in an amount over $3,000 under section 4802 of this title (damage by United States vessels), or receiving payment of a claim under section 4803 or 4804 of this title (admiralty and salvage claims by United States). The Secretary shall also report to Congress at each session all amounts paid or received under those sections during the period covered by the report. However, during a war, the Secretary may omit from a report under this section any information the disclosure of which he believes would prejudice the national security. (Aug. 10, 1956, ch. 1041, 70A Stat. 271.)
Public Law 86–383, September 28, 1959. Mutual Security Ap
propriations Act of 1960.
Sec. 111 (d) None of the funds herein appropriated shall be used to carry out any provision of chapter II, III, or IV of the Mutual Security Act of 1954, as amended, in any country, or with respect to any project or activity, after the expiration of the thirty-five day period which begins on the date the General Accounting Office or any committee of the Congress, or any duly authorized subcommittee thereof, charged with considering legislation or appropriations for, or expenditures of, the International Cooperation Administration, has delivered to the office of the Director of the International Cooperation Administration a written request that it be furnished any document, paper, communication, audit, review, finding, recommendation, report, or other material relating to the administration of such provision by the International Cooperation Administration in such country or with respect to such project or activity, unless and until there has been furnished to the General Accounting Office, or to such committee or subcommittee, as the case may be, (1) the document, paper, communication, audit, review, finding, recommendation, report, or other material so requested, or (2) a certification by the President that he has forbidden its being furnished pursuant to such request, and his reason for so doing.
II. STATUTES AFFECTING INFORMATION TO OTHER
A. REPORTS OR INFORMATION REQUIRED
3 U.S.C., § 109. Public property in and belonging to Executive
Mansion. *** A complete inventory, in proper books, shall be made annually in the month of June, under the direction of the Director of the National Park Service, of all the public property in and belonging to the Executive Mansion, showing when purchased, its cost, condition, and final disposition. This inventory shall be submitted to the President for his approval, and shall then be kept for reference in the office of the Director of the National Park Service, which shall furnish a copy thereof to the steward, housekeeper, or other employee responsible for the property. (June 25, 1948, ch. 644, 62 Stat. 679.)
TRANSFER OF FUNCTIONS All functions of all other officers of the Department of the Interior and all functions of all agencies and employees of such Department were, with two exceptions, transferred to the Secretary of the Interior, with power vested in him to authorize their performance or the performance of any of his functions by any of such officers, agencies, and employees, by 1950 Reorg. Plan No. 3, $$ 1, 2, eff. May 24, 1950, 15 F.R. 3174, 64 Stat. 1262. 5 U.S.C., § 228. Same; powers of board; personal liability of mem
bers; compensation; decisions reviewable by Secretary of the Army; annual report; jurisdiction of court.
** The board [of Trustees of the Kermit Roosevelt Fund) shall, on the 1st day of January, each year, render a full report of its activities during the preceding twelve months [to the Secretary of the
(July 2, 1945, ch. 228, § 5, 59 Stat. 317.) 5 U.S.C., 8 325. False reports of collectors.
Whenever it appears that any collector has made return of any bond as in suit, or delivered for suit, which is not, at the time, in suit, or delivered for suit, or has returned any bond as in suit for the whole amount thereof, when part thereof has been paid to him, or as in suit for more than is actually due thereon, the General Counsel for the Department of the Treasury shall, immediately upon discovery thereof, communicate the facts to the President of the United States. (R. S. § 375; May 10, 1934, ch. 277, § 512(b), 48 Stat. 759.)
(See transfer of functions notation following 5 U.S.C., § 282, on p. 1.) 5 U.S.C., § 2121. Regulations governing award program; annual
report to President. The departmental awards program set forth in this chapter shall be carried out under such regulations and instructions as may be