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May 28, 1928,

A’o C h arles K. B u rd ick , Dean, C o rn e ll Law S c h o o l, Ith a c a , Hew York.

Sir* I have the honor to submit f o r you r c o n s id e ra tio n the annual re p o rt of

the C o r n e ll Lavs L ib r a r y f o r the y e a r ending May

15th, 1928. i^oceaslona. During the y e a r 1622 volumes have been re c e iv e d as d cc e asio n s.

These added to the t o t a l shown in my l a s t re p o rt

°£ May 15th, 1927, a f t e r deducting the 16 volumes in d ic a te d b e low by t h e ir acc essio n numbers, make a t o t a l o f 63,362 volumes in the L ib r a r y (R eplaced by l a t e r e d it io n s :

536, 2205, 3282,

4583, 4806, 6385, 7092, 7511, 7657, 8829, 10253, 11271, 18568, 19782, 19783, 19784.) The fo llo w in g important se ts were added o r completed % ud rin g the year* A s s o c ia tio n o f In te r n a tio n a l Law Year Books B l a i r County Law R eports C olorado D ec isio n s C oo ley*s B r i e f s a**i In su ran ce, 2d e d .


Edinburgh Law Journal Seripan C i v i l R ep orts, 118 volumes German C rim in al R eports, 61 volumes Lahore Law Journal and Reports Law Students Magazine League of N ation s O f f i c i a l J o u rn al, Minutes o f the C oun cil and R eports, Lehigh County Law Journal Mew*s D ig e st o f E n glish Case Law, S d .ed . Northumberland end L eg a l Journal Relden S o c ie ty P u b lic sc io n s Shepards C it a t io n s f o r G e o rg ia , In d ian a,K an sas, L o u is ia n a , M aryland, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, V i r g i n i a , and Washing­ ton* Somerset L e g a l Journal Thompson, C o rp o ra tio n s, 3rd e d it io n , T r i a l s , 130 items Washington County R eporter

Gifts During the past y e a r P r o fe s s o r E, H, W oodruff p resented to the L ib r a r y the major p a rt o f h is c o lle c t io n o f law books, con­ s is t in g

o f r e p o r t s , t e x t , case books, and m iscellan eous item s, to ­

t a lin g 459 volumes.

At h is su gg estio n the Common Law, Court o f

Appeals re p o rts and some ol the te x t books have been so ld , and the p ro c e ed s, amounting to $194*00, has been a p p lie d to

the


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"E a r ! J* Dennett Fund", f o r the purchase o f S ession Laws and S ta tu tes* Edwin J. M a rsh a ll o f T oled o, Ohio, p resented a very ra re copy of R a s t e l l 's ^ o lle c c io n o f e n t r ie s o f d e o la ra c io n s , e tc * F o l* T o t t e l, London, 1574*

Also 190 volumes from variou s sources

were re c e iv e d and acknowledged as g i f t s * S a r i J* Bennett C o lle c t io n oi

S tatute Law

Since my l a s t re p o rt 168 volumes have been added to t h i s department*

Hew e d it io n s or supplements have been secured for

A rkansas, Canada, Iowa, F lo r id a , K entuckt, M is s is s ip p i, M is s o u r i, Oklahoma, O n tario, Oregon, P en n sylv an ia, Washington and W isconsin.! la n d in g and R e p a irs * During the past y e a r 390 volumes have been oound and r e ­ p a ir e d .

Shelving. To keep the s t a te r e p o r t s in t h e ir a lp h a b e t ic a l o rd e r in the dpper l i b r a r y , i t

is n ecessary to use the tops of some of the book^

cases to accommodate the n a tu ra l growth* I wish to a g a in thank the members o f the Law F ac u lty f o r t h e i r c o r d ia l support and c o -o p e ra tio n * R e s p e c tfu lly subm itted,

Law L i b r a r i a n ,

Cornell Law Library Annual Report 1928  
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