I was able to find the edition of the book you listed for free on Google books, and there are several other editions available there, including one from 1916 (link below). It seems likely, then, that the Instructions would have been in use during the intervening years.
Two record groups that might be useful to you, too, include RG 149 Records of the Government Printing Office, 1847-1939 Records of the Government Printing office [GPO] | National Archives and RG 287 Publications of the United States Government, 1790-1984 Publications of the U.S. Government | National Archives
Best of luck with your search!
The GPO has an archive of it's publications available online for free, also. You may wish to browse that site to see if they truly printed the book. (US Government Publishing Office - FDsys - Search Results ) I use this site often to verify federal civil service through their Federal Registers. Good luck!
National Archives at St. Louis