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Disposition of useless executive papers in the Treasury Department.

United States. Congress. Joint Select Committee on Disposition of Useless Papers in the Executive Departments

Disposition of useless executive papers in the Treasury Department.

by United States. Congress. Joint Select Committee on Disposition of Useless Papers in the Executive Departments

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Dept. of the Treasury,
  • Government paperwork,
  • Refuse and refuse disposal

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    Other titlesDisposition of useless papers in Treasury Department, 1920
    SeriesH.rp.159
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination20 p.
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16135686M

    The Treasury Department in the discussions of was considered on the same footing as the other Executive Departments, and in the act establishing it were incorporated the precise words indicative of the sense of Congress that the President derives his power to remove the Secretary from the Constitution, which appear in the act establishing Available in the following formats: Facsimile PDF: MB: This is a facsimile or image-based PDF made from scans of the original book. Kindle: KB: This is an E-book formatte

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Disposition of useless executive papers in the Treasury Department by United States. Congress. Joint Select Committee on Disposition of Useless Papers in the Executive Departments Download PDF EPUB FB2

CAP. An act to authorize and provide for the disposition of useless papers in the Executive Departments. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Executive Depart- United States of America in Congress assembled, That whenever there "Disposition of use- shall be in any one of the Executive Departments of the United States.

Congress. Joint Select Committee on Disposition of Useless Papers in the Executive Departments. Title Disposition of useless papers in the United States Department of Commerce. [electronic resource]. Format E-Book Published Washington: [s.n.], Description 3   CHAP. An Act Making appropriations for the legislative, executive, and [H.

] Disposition of Useless Papers in the Executive Departments-clerk $2, assistant clerk $1, messenger $1,; penditures in the Treasury Department-clerk $2, assistant clerk $1, messenger $1,; Expenditures in the War Department- Book Author: United States.

Congress. Joint Select Committee on Disposition of Useless Papers in the Executive Departments Other Author: United States. Navy Department Subject: Government publications. Refuse and refuse disposal. Salvage.

Publication Year: Language: English Published:   President William H. Taft issued Executive Order on 16 Marchwhich required heads of executive departments to submit their disposal lists to the librarian of Congress for review before they were sent to Congress's Joint Committee on the Disposition of Useless Papers in the Executive Departments.

?article=&context=provenance. THE EXECUTIVE departments of the United States government are seven in number: the Department of State, the Department of War, the Department of the Treasury, the Department of Justice, the Department of the Navy, the Department of the Interior, the Post-office Department of Justice is governed by the Attorney-General, the Post-office Department by the Postmaster-General,   Department of the Treasury Records Records of the Department of the Treasury (RG 56) The Department of Treasury was chiefly responsible during World War II, as before the war, for managing the financial affairs of the United States Government.

All of its operations were greatly expanded during the war, and several special functions were assigned to the Department in connection   On Jwhile the Treasury Department Building was still under construction, the Commissioners for the District of Columbia had sought proposals for the erection of a second executive office building, to be located on the west side of the White House.

This building was to be like the Treasury Department Building—"of similar   Revised Administrative Code ofExecutive Order No. (Realigning the Organization of the Bureau of the Treasury) in relation to Government Auditing Code of the Philippines (PD.

), Chapter IX Book V of the Administrative Code of (E.O. ), and the Local Government Code of (RA ). PURPOSE   The Department of State—not including the Patent Office, which remained in the Post Office Building— moved into the new Northeast Executive Building from the building on Seventeenth Street west of the White House (Southwest Executive Building) sometime between August 21 and Septem 9 It occupied eleven rooms on the second floor and six on the attic floor.

10 The large library   o Introduction o Reports on the Program o Self-Evaluation Guidelines o NARA's Evaluation of Agency Programs o Conclusion APPENDIX A. RECORDS DISPOSITION STATUTES o 44 U.S.C. Chapter 21 o 44 U.S.C. Chapter 29 o 44 U.S.C.

Chapter 31 o 44 U.S.C. Chapter 33 o 18 U.S.C. Chapter APPENDIX B. RECORDS DISPOSITION REGULATIONS (36 CFR ) o Subpart A: Records Disposition   Chapter 9, Subtitle B, Book V, Executive Order (E.O.) No. ) 2. Transfer of government funds from one officer to another shall, except as allowed by law or regulation, be made only upon prior direction or authorization of the Commission or its representative.

(Sec. 75, P.D. ) Treasury Direct Account   9. The funding system was established by “An Act making provision for the (payment of the) Debt of the United States” (1 Stat.

description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America, I (Boston, ). description ends –44 [August 4, ]). For H’s views on the funding system, see “Report Relative to a Provision for the Support of Public Credit,” January Steven Terner Mnuchin was sworn in as the 77th Secretary of the Treasury on Febru As Secretary, Mr.

Mnuchin is responsible for the U.S. Treasury, whose mission is to maintain a strong economy, foster economic growth, and create job opportunities by promoting the conditions that enable prosperity at home and :// Nat Turner's Rebellion was the most significant historical event during John Floyd's time in office.

There is not a great amount of documents related to Nat Turner's Rebellion within John Floyd's Executive Papers, but notable documents include the following: an anonymous letter regarding a reward for the capture of Nat Turner, leader of the insurrection ( Aug.

28); a proclamation by ?docId=lva/vixml. Letters and papers of George Handley, soldier in the American Revolution and governor of Georgia, concerning routine military matters; letter from General Elijah Clark,requesting state troops for Franklin County, Georgia, to protect people while gathering their crops; and extracts from the minutes of meetings of the Executive Council of The Federalist Papers were a series of essays written by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay under the pen name "Publius." This guide compiles Library of Congress digital materials, external websites, and a print ://   Copy, RGReports of the Treasury Department, –, Vol.

III, National Archives. “Statement AB” had also been sent to the Senate and is printed in these volumes as an enclosure to “Report on Bank Deposits, Surplus Revenue, and Loans,” Janu   David Rittenhouse to Jefferson, January 7,Thomas Jefferson Papers, Library of Congress; printed in ASP description begins American State Papers, Documents, Legislative and Executive, of the Congress of the United States (Washington, –).

description ends, Finance, I. A. Federalist Papers and Drafting the Constitution B. Early Judicial Action C. The 20th Century VIII. The Current Judicial Climate A. Role of the Judiciary B. Standing C. Political Question D. The Government Accountability Office and the Comptroller General XIII.

Appropriations and the Executive Branch XIV. Conclusions XV. About Us. January 12 Treasury department, 24th, March, [Philadelphia, ] Principles and course of proceeding, with regard to the disposition of the monies borrowed abroad by virtue of the acts of the 4th and 12th of August, as to the point of ://  The Treasury Department has started a new campaign.

At least it is a new one in this country, though I believe some of its phases have already been tried out in Great Britain. He is used to buying useless things now which you could go without. Every time you buy anything that isn't really useful or that you don't need, you are making scarce ~erpapers/myday/?_y=&_f=md