If you're looking for Markups, select Reports only in LexisNexis and search for markups.
Numbering for reports is the chamber, Rp., number of the Congress, -, report number, For example, S. Rpt. 104-10 "Legislative Line Item Veto Act" is a Senate Report from the 104th Congress with the report number 10.
Numbering for documents is H. or S. (House or Senate) Doc. (Document) number of Congress, number of document. For example, H. Doc. 108-35 "Plan Colombia/Andean Counterdrug Initiative Semi-Annual Obligation Report, Communication from the President" is a House Document from the 108th Congress numbered 35.
Start to look in LexisNexis. If you're looking for old reports or documents in paper:
- Find the number for it in LexisNexis. In the record, look for DOC-NO and SERIAL-VOL-NO. For example, "Bridge across Hudson River at New York City, by New York and New Jersey Bridge Company, with minority report" is DOC-NO: H.rp.3167, 51-1 SERIAL-VOL-NO: 2816.
- Both reports and documents are published in the Serial Set, so we have to find which volume. In the DOC-NO after the comma, you see the Congressional Session - 51-1. You need to go to Josiah and search for Serial Set, which are listed by session number.
- The Rockefeller has paper copies of the Serial Set from 1909 onwards. The SERIAL -VOL is the volume number. So, we're looking for volume 2816 and then, if there are more than one document in the volume, look for the DOC - NO - H.rp.3167. Before 1909, your quickest option is to use the microfiche. The Serial Set is under the number JK404 .C59x in the Hecker Center microfiche cabinets. Then the actual microfiche will be numbered by the SERIAL-VOL number. There might be a few cards to cover the whole volume, so check each volume card for the report or document you're looking for.
LexisNexis: Congressional Publications Select only Reports, from Select Within. Reports are full text from 1990 onward and Documents from 1995 onward.
U.S. Congressional Serial Set (GPO Access) has full-text back to 1995.
|In Josiah , do a Title search for the Serial Set. This set goes back to 1817, and is located both in the Hay and Rockefeller. This Set contains the reports and documents.