In introducing this paper I am assuming that you appreciate what a report is, the sources and acquisition thereof and also that you understand there are no short cuts in dealing with the problems raised. The previous speakers will have ‘put you wise’ on these points. Therefore this paper is probably the easiest of the four. This is because we need discuss only ways and means of having our material available so that it can be put into our readers' hands with as little difficulty, quickly and as completely as possible. Incidentally the conclusions at which I arrive are based on my own experience with the methods used at the B.E.A. Head Office library.
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