United States Statutes At Large
The United States Statutes at Large is the permanent collection of all laws and resolutions enacted by Congress, compiled by Congressional Session.
- Library of Congress, American Memory Project (1789-1875 -- 1st Congress through 43rd Congress)
- Constitution Society (non-governmental website) (1789-2012 -- 1st Congress through 113th Congress -- vols. 1-127)
- FDsys: GPO's Federal Digital System (1951-2011 -- 82nd Congress through 112th Congress -- vols. 65-125)
- 1789-1948 (1st Congress through 80th Congress, with gaps covered by microfilm--see below) -- Call number: Docs. S 7.9: (Located in Government Documents, 154 KL)
- 1984-2011 (98th Congress through 112th Congress, First Session) -- Call number: Docs. AE 2.111: (Located in Government Documents, 154 KL)
- 1865/1871-1899-1901 (v.14-18, 24-45, 28-31) Call number: Microfilm KF 50 .U5 (Located in Microforms, 143 KL)
Public and Private Laws or (Slip laws)
Public and Private Laws, or slip laws, are official publications of the law published separately as they are signed into law, prior to being compiled into the permanent publication, the United States Statutes at Large.
- FDsys: GPO's Federal Digital System (1995-2014 --- 104th Congress through 113th Congress)
- 2012, January - October (112th Congress, Second Session) -- Call number: Docs. AE 2.110: (Located in Government Documents, 154 KL)