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RECORDS, PRESS, AND PUBLIC

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The short notes of proceedings taken by the clerks of each house, while sitting at the table, and circulated next morning in a printed form, are subsequently elaborated into the official journals of the house. Reports made to either house and papers presented to it were occasionally inserted in the journals from a very early date, and in the course of the seventeenth century papers of this kind were from time to time printed and published by order of the house. The number of these papers grew in the eighteenth century, and in the year 1773 a selection was made of valuable reports of committees not printed in the journals. The four volumes thus formed were supplemented in 1803 by eleven additional volumes, making fifteen in all, with an index. This became the nucleus of the vast collection of parliamentary papers, popularly called " blue books," which has been continued to the present day, and which lines so many shelves in the libraries and galleries of the two houses of parliament. It comprises more than 7,000 folio volumes, and the series for 1908 alone consists of 126 volumes and covers twenty-five feet of shelf-space. These volumes are now arranged at the end of each session under four general heads : 1. Public Bills. 2. Reports from Committees. 3. Reports from Commissions. 4. Accounts and Papers. The last of these heads includes the numerous

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