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UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
Containing a list of persons
the District of Columbia
EXTRACT FROM PUBLIC ACT NO. 539 OF THE SIXTY-EIGHTH
CONGRESS, DIRECTING THE COMPILING AND PUBLISHING OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTER OF THE UNITED STATES
Sec. 2. (a) That the Director of the Census shall cause to be compiled, edited, indexed, and published, on or before the first Monday in October of each year, an Official Register of the United States which shall contain a full and complete list of all persons occupying administrative and supervisory positions in each executive and judicial department of the Government, including the District of Columbia, in connection with which salaries are paid from the Treasury of the United States. The Register shall show the name; official title; salary, compensation, and emoluments; legal residence and place of employment for each person listed therein: Provided, however, That the Official Register shall not contain the name of any postmaster, assistant postmaster, or officer of the Army, Navy, and Marine Corps.
(b) To enable the Director of the Census to compile and publish the Official Register of the United States, the Executive Office, the judiciary, the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, and the head of each executive department, independent office, establishment, and commission of the Government shall, as of the 1st day of July of each year,1 supply to the Director of the Census the data required by this section, upon forms approved and furnished by him, in due time to permit the publication of the Official Register as herein provided; and no extre compensation shall be allowed to any officer, clerk, or employee of the Bureau of the Census for compiling the Official Register.
(c) Of the Official Register there shall be printed and bound a sufficient number of copies for the following distribution to be made by the Superintendent of Documents: To the President of the United States, 4 copies, 1 copy of which shall be for the library of the Executive Office; to the Vice President of the United States, 2 copies; to each Senator, Representative, Delegate, and Resident Commissioner in Congress, 3 copies; to 'the Secretary and the Sergeant at Arms of the Senate and to the Clerk, the Sergeant at Arms, and the Doorkeeper of the House, 1 copy each; to the library of the Senate and the House, each, not to exceed 15 copies; to the Library of Congress, 25 copies; and to the Commissioners of the District of Columbia, 10 copies. The usual number of the Official Register shall not be printed.
(d) That section 510 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, and all acts or parts of act amendatory thereof or supplemental thereto, be, and the same are hereby, repealed.
Note.—Under authority granted to the President in section 16 of the act of March 3, 1933 (Public, No. 428, 47 Stat. 1517), the President issued an order on June 10, 1933, effective August 10, 1933, which provides in section 10: “ The function of preparation of the Official Register is transferred from the Bureau of the Census to the Civil Service Commission."
1 All branches were given opportunity to make revisions after July 1, 1933.
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