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To George G. Bogart, Dean, Cornell University College of Law, Ithaca, N. Y.

Slr:I have the honor to submit for your consideration â– fcke Annual Report of the Cornell University Law Library for the year ending April 30, 1923. Agoesnlons; During the year, 1,033 volumes have been received aa accessions.

These, added to the total shown in my

last report of May 1, 1923, after deducting the 27 items as indicated below by their accession numbers, make a total of 56,217 volumes In the Library. (Replaced by later editions:

B431, L.A.766, 1315,

B.2196, 3277, L.A. 3578, 3580, 0581, 3584, 3586-3593, B.4582, 6295, 7616, 8787, 9059, 9789, 10762, 12177, 12736, A.17902.) The reports of the highest court of France, 1791 to date, consisting of 193 volumes in 171 books, and Cox*a Magistrate Cases, 27 volumes, were two of the important sets added during the past year.


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Gifts: There were 135 volumes received as gifts during the year, which have been duly acknowledged. ILarl J. Bennett Collection of Statute Law: Since my last report, 80 volumes have been added. New editions of the Statutes for Alberta, California,

Colorado, Hebraaka, Oklahoma, Virginia, Washington and Wyoming have been secured for this department. Binding and Repairs: During the past year, 438 volumes have been bound and repaired.

Increase in prices: In my 1931 report, mention is made of the $10.00

text book and statute.

In some of the new announcements

for this year, several volumes are listed at $15.00 each. Shelf Tdnt.n? Mr. F. C. Hoot has done considerable work during the past year on the shelf list for the Statutes and Session Laws.

This list will be of great oonvenlenoe in

showing just what ia in this valuable oollectlon and also a great help in checking up the various lists for wants.


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Shplvlng: We are promised some additional shelving in the Statute Room and in the lower Library this year.

This

will relieve the congested condition in both depart­ ments. At this time I wish again to thank all the members of the Law Faculty for their most cordial support and co-operation. Respectfully submitted,

Law Librarian

Cornell Law Library Annual Report 1923  
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