Prior to offering the Serial Set in microfiche our total binding count was nearing 1000 copies. By offering the Set in microfiche our total binding count was reduced by half.
Another recommendation of the Serial Set Committee was that the Numerical List and Schedule of Volumes, which is one of the principal finding aids for material bound in the Congressional Serial Set, should be combined with the Monthly Catalog of U.S. Government Publications. The consensus of opinion was that the volumes of the Serial Set should have "full cataloging" in the Monthly Catalog. As a result of this recommendation, the Joint Committee on Printing directed the Government Printing Office to combine the Numerical List and Schedule of Volumes and the Monthly Catalog, beginning with the 97th Congress.
The Numerical List lists numerically, with a brief title, all of the Senate and House Documents and Reports issued during a Session of Congress.
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