When someone says "The Blue Book," they can mean:
(a) The N.A.D.A. Official Used Car Guide, which lists the price of used cars. Could also mean one of the other N.A.D.A. guides. See "Automobile Valuation Information"; or
(b) The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, traditionally the leading legal citation manual. See "Citations"; or
(c) The California Blue Book, which presents pictures and biographies of California state government officials and legislators, plus descriptions of California government agencies; or
(d) The explanation of a tax law written by the staffers on the Congressional Joint Committee on Taxation. See "Internal Revenue Code and Regulations." See also "Congressional Reports;"
(e) The Blue Book of questions asked to and answered by the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation at the annual Enrolled Actuaries Meeting and posted here by the PBGC. See also the Actuarial Information entry;
(f) A book produced by the Federal Reserve staff for the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) officially titled, Monetary Policy Alternatives. See "Federal Reserve System".
(g) A desk book officially titled New York Real Property Law (LexisNexis).
(h) The Wisconsin Blue Book describes the organization of Wisconsin state government.