The National Administration of the United States of America

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THERE are in the national administration a number of bu- reaus, commissions and institutions not attached to any of the nine executive departments thus far considered. These in- clude the Inter-State Commerce Commission, the Civil Serv- ice Commission, the Government Printing Office, and the Li- brary of Congress. At least some of these might with ad- vantage be placed under the supervision of one or other of the executive departments; but in their present detached con- dition they must be noted apart from any of the departments. It must not be supposed, however, that grouping them in this chapter indicates that there is any special relations between


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