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SUBCOMMITTEE PROCEEDINGS ON
ORIGINAL JURISDICTION MEASURES
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE
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COMMITTEE ON RULES
JOHN JOSEPH MOAKLEY, Massachusetts, Chairman

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BUTLER DERRICK, South Carolina JAMES H. QUILLEN, Tennessee,
ANTHONY C. BEILENSON, California Ranking Minority Member
MARTIN FROST, Texas GERALD B.H. SOLOMON, New York
DAVID E. BONIOR, Michigan LYNN MARTIN, Illinois
TONY P. HALL, Ohio CHARLES PASHAYAN, JR., California

ALAN WHEAT, Missouri
BART GORDON, Tennessee
LOUISE McINTOSH SLAUGHTER,
New York
John J. Dooling, Staff Director
THOMAs J. SPULAK, General Counsel
WILLIAM D. Crosby, Jr., Minority Counsel

SUBCOMMITTEE ON RULES OF THE HOUSE

JOHN JOSEPH MOAKLEY, Massachusetts, Chairman ANTHONY C. BEILENSON, California GERALD B.H. SOLOMON, New York, DAVID E. BONIOR, Michigan Ranking Minority Member TONY P. HALL, Ohio CHARLES PASHAYAN, JR., California LOUISE McINTOSH SLAUGHTER, New York MATTHEw A. PINKUs, Staff Director DAvid M. LoNIE, Minority Counsel KATHARINE Sophie HAYFord, Professional Staff DAvid L. CASKEY, Professional Staff

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HOUSE RESOLUTION 209, TO TRANSFER THE OFFICE OF THE HISTORIAN OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES TO THE CLERK; AND TO CONDUCT OVERSIGHT OF HOUSE RULE XXXVI, PRESERVATION AND AVAILABILITY OF NONCURRENT RECORDS OF THE HOUSE

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1989

House of REPRESENTATIVES, SUBCOMMITTEE ON RULES OF THE House, COMMITTEE ON RULES, Washington, DC.

The subcommittee met, pursuant to call, at 10:05 a.m., in room H-313, the Capitol, Hon. John Joseph Moakley (chairman of the subcommittee) presiding.

Present: Representatives Moakley, Bonior, Slaughter, and SoloIn On.

Mr. MoAKLEY. The Subcommittee on Rules of the House will now come to order.

OPENING STATEMENT OF HON. JOHN JOSEPH MOAKLEY, CHAIRMAN OF THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON RULES OF THE HOUSE

Mr. MoAKLEY. This morning, the Subcommittee on Rules of the House will consider House Resolution 209, to amend Rules 1 and 3 of the House of Representatives, to transfer the Office of the Historian to the Clerk of the House. As you know, on December 17, 1982, the House established a special, temporary Office for the Bicentennial of the House of Representatives to create and oversee the many activities planned to commemorate this very important anniversary of our legislative branch of Government. Throughout this period, it became apparent that the bicentennial office was necessary, not only for its original purpose, but also to fill a void that has existed in the House of Representatives since its inception: The need for an office whose primary purpose is to manage and preserve the papers of the House as well as to document the events and policies of the House in an historical perspective, with particular attention given to the role of the House of Representatives and its individual members in our Nation's growth and development. The Senate, since 1975, has had in place a permanent Historian as well as a full-time archivist for this purpose.

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