Records Disposal Act of 1943

n. A federal law (57 Stat 380) defining records and authorizing the National Archives Council to develop procedures to schedule records for disposal, to dispose of the records, and to reproduce records on microfilm so that the originals could be disposed of.


Formally titled "An Act to Provide for the Disposal of Certain Records of the United States Government," the law was introduced as H.R. 2943 and made law on 7 July 1943.