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C O R N E L L L A W L IB R A R Y MYRON TA YLO R HALL ITH A C A , N EW YORK

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bitner L IB R A R IA N

Report o f the Law Librarian 1971-1972

July I k , 1972

BOOK BUDGET The book budget o f the Law Library was the dominant concern o f the Law Librarian durinf the f i s c a l year w ich began with a d e f ic it o f almost {*35,000 #00

cum 1 aped over a period o

d e fic ir -if ove to stud;

,000.00.

,hre

^ears, a,:'

led with a t o t a l

In Decern -r, 1971 -ha Law Librarian began

.he acqu isition s o f the Law Library *n order to p'

reductions and to stay within future budgets.

The prospect, -'-r increasing

.he Lew lib ra ry book budget in the near future are p ractica: he p;

future

n i l;

L b ility o f a reduction is great.

The d e f ic it o f $^5,000.00 w i l l be paid o f f immediately with the assistance o f the U niversity Library.

The amount w i l l be paid back over

a three year period beginning July 1, 1972 by reducing the general appropriation to the Law Library.

In order to stay within the reduced

budget, a thorough examination o f the a cq u isitio n p o lic ie s o f the Law Library was undertaken by the Law Librarian.


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The examination o f the acq u isition p o lic ie s proved b e n e fic ia l and led t o the ca n cella tion o f items no longer needed.

With the advice

o f Law Faculty and the Law Faculty Librar?- Committee, gu idelines were established fo r future reductions in the

c cu is itio n o f m aterials.

The f i r s t cut-back was made in the a cq u isition o f n w nor.-legal tre a tis e s and monographs ard non-legal pe -

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do reducing

the number o f ex istin g subscriptions to non-I .-gal p e r io d ic a ls . step was a cut-back i f le a f s e rv ice s.

Th

The next

he subscriptions to the very expensive lo o s e -

a cq u isition o f a l l types o f foreign le g a l m aterials

was examined and reductions and can cellations were made in th is area. Next, the Library

er o f copies o f many le g a l p e rio d ica ls to which the Law A s crib e d was reduced.

F in ally, a reduction in the a cq u isition

o f le g a l tre a tis e s and monographs has been in stitu te d .

THE STATE OF THE COLLECTION Despite t„tre m e n d o u s d e f ic it expenditure, the co lle c has su fiV .

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u icu larly in the area o f le g a l tre a tise s ant

in general .onographs.

Che cur*ailment in the area o f foreign law and non-legal m aterials a l ig with the cut in le g a l tre a tise s and monographs w il l seriou sly a ffe c t tho overall qu ality o f the c o lle c tio n unless th is p o lic y is reversed by increasing the available book funds.

Some very sp ecia l e ffo r t s should be

made by the Law School to obtain addition al funds.

THE WORK OF THE DEPARTMENTS A cquisitions In 1971/72, a t o t a l o f 10,725 volumes were added to the c o lle c tio n


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and 172 volumes were withdrawn.

The size o f the Law Library c o lle c t io n

as o f June 30, 1972 t o ta ls 273>92b volumes. The A cqu isition s t a f f has performed in a very capable manner. good deal o f ext*-, e ff o r t has been made by the memo.

A

o f th is s t a ff in

a ssistin g the *,aw Librarian in his survey o f the acq u isition s o f the Law Library r e la tiv e to the forthcoming reduced budgets. Mrs. A lice McPherson was promoted t o an A-15 grade as adm inistrative assistan t to the Order Librarian.

This new p o s itio n was necessary as a

resu lt o f the reorganization o f the A cquisition Department when the p o s itio n o f A cquisitions Librarian was eliminated. Cataloging: The cataloging s t a ff along with the r e c la s s ific a t io n team accomplished a great deal despite a number o f changes in personnel. Univerr

In 1969 the

Library Administration obtained funds from the U niversity

to suppor- a r e c la s s ific a t io n team to apply the new Library o f Congress KF c la s s if ic a t io n scheme fo r United States law.

The clo s e o f th is f i s c a l

year brings to an end the support and work o f the r e c la s s ific a t io n team. The follow in g statement by Miss Marie Whited, the Cataloging Librarian o f the Law Library, summarizes the ob je ctiv e s and accomplishments o f -he sp ecia l r e c la s s ific a t io n p r o je c t. "The sp ecia l r e c la s s ific a t io n p ro je ct to r e c la s s ify Cornell Law lib r a r y ’ s United States le g a l m aterials in to the Library o f Congress's KF c la s s ific a t io n schedule was begun in July, 1969 .

The

Law Library was given a three year grant fo r the necessary personnel


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and equipment to accomplish the r e c la s s ific a t io n .

The grant provided

fo r one cataloger, one A-15 cataloger and one t y p is t .

Also an A-15

cataloger and a part-tim e la b eler from the regular cataloging s t a f f worked with the sp ecia l ree' a s s ific a tio n team. "The p ro je ct was he? ted f i r r t b~r Doris Jensen and la te r by Paul Weiss.

Both supervised the work o f the A-15 ca ta l

flow o f

p r o je c t.

_rs and the work

The A-15 catalogers did the assigning o f c a l l

number* and recataloging when necessary.

The ty p is t _ at the new c a l l

numbers on the catalog cards and typed new cards i f necessary.

The

la b e le r put the new c a l l numbers on the spines o f the r e c la s s ifie d books. "In the course o f three years the team r e c la s s ifie d , and when necessary, recataloged, 15,181+ t i t l e s and 1+1,180 volumes. the u n cla s s ifie d material was r e c la s s ifie d in to KF.

Most o f

However, some

o f the m aterial r e c la s s ifie d was non-legal and these books were put in the non-legal Library o f Congress c la s s ific a t io n schedules such as Class H, s o c ia l sciences.

Some o f the c o lle c tio n s r e c la s s ifie d

were RR pleading and p ra ctice , fed era l and state mater_als (adminis­ t r a tiv e reports, sp ecia lized court m aterials, and other governmental reports and monographs), O.T., United States hearings and reports, biography and the Myron Taylor c o lle c t io n .

At the present time,

the team is r e cla s s ify in g the Bennett C o lle ctio n o f state statutory m a teria ls." Mention should be made here o f the production o f an Index to the KF c la s s ific a t io n by Mr. Paul Weiss, Mrs. Doris Jensen and Miss Susan R ussell.


Copies o f t h is Index have been made available fo r sale to the p u b lic. Some b'J copies have been sold as o f July 1, 1972. Reference ana C ircu lation : The organization and administration o f th is Department were changed ju st p r io r to she current f i s c a l year and the resu lts under the leadership o f Alan ^aefenbach, Reference Librarian and Robert Oakley C ircu lation Librarian have been most g ra tify in g .

.ccing

The fa cu lty and students

have commented a number o f times on the excellen t s p ir it o f th is s t a ff in th e ir e ffo r t s to provide reference and circu la tio n se rv ice s. The V e r tic a l F ile c o lle c tio n has been reorganized by Robert Oakley and provides a very usefu l information source. In May, 1971, a Coinfax machine fo r the copying o f m aterial was in s t a t e d and proved to be very popular immediately. w i l l bt

The Xerox 9 lt cop ier

amoved by the end o f the calendar year.

- ISIC.-w PLANT The in s ta lla tio n o f addition al lig h tin g in the Reading Room o f the ~ctv Library which was begun in f i s c a l 1970/71 was completed in September, 1971.

This ad dition al lig h tin g is much appreciated by the students o f

the Law School. Due to a balance o f funds remaining a fte r the completion o f the above-mentioned lig h tin g , i t w i l l be p ossib le to in s t a ll some addition al lig h tin g badly needed in the area o f the C irculation Desk and the Public Catalog.

Work should begin sometime during the coming f i s c a l year.


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\ PERSONNEL Mr. Alan Diefenbach served as Treasurer o f CULSA during the year. He was a member o f the P rofessional Orientation Program f o r Newly Arrived Librarians and lectured on "Communications".

In August, 1971,

he v is it e d the Law L ibraries at Columbia, New York, Harvard and Yale U n iv ersities.

He a lso attended the annual meeting o f the American

A ssociation o f Law Libraries in Chicago, July 2-5, 1972. Mrs. Lois Hickson attended a series o f seminars on the P rin cip les o f Supervisory Management conducted by Gerry Thomas o f the U niversity Personnel O ffic e .

Mrs. Hickson attended the annual meeting o f the

American A ssociation o f Law L ibraries in Chicago, July 2-5, 1972. Mrs. Doris Jensen served as a member o f the Cornell Librarians Assemb.

Ad Hoc Committee on a Library Trainee Program and as a member

o f the American A ssociation o f Law Libraries Committee on D ire cto rie s . Mr. Robert Oakley served on the Campus Planning Committee o f the C ornell U niversity Senate and was a Representative from the Seante Campus Planning Committee t o the University Committee on Campus Planning.

Mr.

Oakley was an Editor and contributed a number o f a r t ic le s to the Cornell U niversity L ibraries B u lle tin .

He served on the Committee to revise the

C onstitution o f the Cornell University L ibraries S ta ff A ssociation .

Mr.

Oakley p a rticip a ted as a pan elist in the F irst National Conference on Automated Law Research, March l 6 - l 8 , 1972.

He has begun an index fo r

the New York Code o f Rules and Regulations and is seeking funds to computerize th is p r o je c t.

Mr. Oakley has prepared an excellen t Bibliography

fo r SRRT o f Basic Law Books fo r a New York State J a il and has spoken to


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prisoners at the Auburn State Prison about how to use le g a l m aterials in th e ir lib r a r y .

He attended a conference on "Freedom o f A cce ss," A p ril

29, 1972, co-sponsored by WYLA and SRRT o f the Finger „akes.

He attended

the annual meeting o f the American A ssociation o f Law L ibraries in Chicago, July 2-5, 1972 as w ell as the preconference fo r Hewer Law Librarians sponsored by AALL. Miss Susan R ussell attended the Seminar on the A cquisitions o f Latin American Library M aterials held in June, in Amherst, Massachusetts. Miss Marie Whited attended the annual meeting o f the American A ssociation o f Law L ibraries in Chicago, July 2-5, 1972. Mr. Harry Bitner continued to serve as a member o f the U niversity Library Committee on Ad Hoc Committees on Promotion.

He i s a member o f

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the current ad Hoc Committee to Study the Role, Status and Governance o f the Librarians Assembly.

Mr. Bitner was a member o f the American

A ssociation o f Law L ibraries Committee on Liaison with the Library o f Congress.

He attended the annual meeting o f the American A ssociation o f

Law L ibraries in Chicago, July 2-5, 1972, where he served as Parliamen­ tarian .

Mr. Bitner continued to serve as a member o f the Library Committee

o f the A ssociation o f American Law Schools.

He was a member o f an Inspection

Team fo r ABA/AALS which inspected the Duke Law School in February o f th is year.

Mr. Bitner continues to serve as D irector o f the P roject fo r

Law Books Recommended fo r Libraries sponsored by the A ssociation o f American Law Schools.

Mr. Bitner lectured to a cla ss under Professor

Marta L. Dosa o f the Syracuse U niversity School o f Library Science on the Law Library and Legal Reference.


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Mrs. Crystal Bradford was appointed to the S ta ff Plover Committee and w i l l serve as treasurer o f the Committee. Mr. Paul Weiss resigned March 15, 1972 to take the p o s itio n as A ssistant Librarian at the Georgetown University Law Center Library in Washington, D.C.

Mr. Weiss was in charge o f the R e c la s s ifica tio n Team

fo r two years and performed in an excellen t p rofession a l manner. I wish to express my appreciation fo r the good work and fin e cooperation o f the Law Library S ta ff.

I appreciate greatly the support

o f the Law Faculty and the Law Faculty Library Committee under the Chairmanship o f P rofessor Robert Pasley.

F in a lly , my appreciation to

Dr. David Xaser, D irector o f L ibraries, and the U niversity Library s t a ff fo r the '

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r.annp and cooperation.

I am e sp e cia lly appreciative o f

the assistance o f Hank Edelmann during the past year with the problems o f the budget and the book c o lle c tio n . R espectfu lly submitted


APPENDICES

1.

S t a t is t ic s —C ollectio n , Expenditures

2.

G ifts

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Exhibits Law Library S ta ff Personnel l i s t


Appendix 1

Cornell Law Library S ta tis tic s 1969/70-1971/72

COLLECTION

1971/72

1969/70

1970/71

262,7^1

248,492

234,366

10,725

14,538

14 ,19 4

172

289

68

273,294

262,741

248,492

(51)

(A86 )

Treatises & Monographs Ahglo-American foreign

$32,623.34 13,420.56

/3 3 ,654.43 lA ,733.23

£30,023.79 13,989.96

^°ht inuat ions Ahglo-American Po^eign

120,123-57 12,783.71

76 , 652.66 ■....■7■1 , 098.12

82,590.37 8 , 225.27

^178,951.18

£132,138.44

28,759.20

20,897.90

13,623.75

^207,720.38

£153,036.34

£148 , 453.14

Vols* held at beginning o f year Volumes added Volumes Withdrawn ^°tal Volumes at end o f year flum es previou sly accessioned at U * Library and transferred to Law Library T otal

)

(330)

EXPENDITURES

Total T reatises and Continuations Bihding Total Expenditures

1

£134,829.39


Appendix 2

G ifts Mr. Albert J. Phiebig, White Plains, New York, two volumes o f H istoria Da Administracao Da -Justica Ho Estado Da In dia. Mr. John Prutting, President, The Foundation fo r the Advancement o f Medical Knowledge, New York, New York, a copy o f Autopsy and the Law. C ornell Law Review, Mr. John L. Zenor, E d itor-in -C h ief, 55 volumes o f leg a l pu blica tion s. Mr. Daniel J. Downing, E ditor, Markham Publishing Corporation, Stamford, Connecticut, Markham's Negligence Counsel, 1972 e d itio n . Judge Lloyd F. MacMahon, LL.B. 1938, United States D is tr ic t Court, New York, New York, current volumes o f Federal Reporter, 2d S eries, Federal Supplement, Federal Rules D ecisions, and Internal Revenue A cts. Mrs. H. Rabinowitz, New York, New York, a g i f t o f pu blications w ritten by her husband, Jacob J. Rabinowitz. P rofessor Harrop A. Freeman, LL.B. 1930, Cornell Law School, g i f t o f m aterials published by the P a c ifis t Research Bureau. Mr. James O'M. T ingle, San Francisco, C aliforn ia , a copy o f his boon. The Stockholder's Remedy o f Corporate D issolu tion. P rofessor Herbert H. Briggs, Cornell U niversity, a copy o f La Condizione D e ll' Antartide Nel D iritto Internazionale, by Giovanni B a tta g lin i, and a large number o f books and materials from his c o lle c t io n . Mr. Ezra C ornell, I I I , LL.B. 1927, White & Case, New York, New York, renewal subscription to the Trademark Reporter. Mr. Armand Adams, LL.B. 193^, Ithaca, New York, g i f t o f New York L e gisla tive Documents. P rofessor Ernest F. Roberts, Cornell Law School, a copy o f Tne Myth o f the Machine, The Pentagon of Power, by Lewis Mumford. Mr. Moses L. Goldbas, LL.B. 191*-!,

$1°*00*

Mr. Frank K. Cylke, Executive Secretary, Federal Library Committee, Washington D.C., four pu blications by that Committee. â– P rofessor Ian R. Macneil, a large number o f law books. Dean W. Ray F orrester, Cornell Law School, a number o f law books, p e rio d ica ls and pamphlets. P rofessor Gustavus H. Robinson, Emeritus, Cornell Law School, a large number o f law books and p e r io d ic a ls .


Mr. Henderson Riggs, LL.B. 19^9> Assistant Attorney General, Department o f Law, Albany, New York, Law books and p e r io d ic a ls . Mr. Eric W. Wiechmann, Class o f 197!S law books. Mr. Peter W olf, A ssociation o f American Law Schools, Washington, D.C., law book. •9

Mrs. Helene A. W eatherill, Librarian, Sullivan & Cromwell, New York, New York, a number o f th e ir duplicate law reviews. P rofessor William E. Hogan, Cornell Law School, a copy o f Handling Consumer Credit Cases, by The Lawyers Co-Operative Publishing Company. P rofessor Harry B itner, Cornell Law School, various le g a l and p e r io d ic a l m aterials.


Appendix 3

Exhibits Non-Violence Bibliography Ju stices Hugo L. Black and John **• iCtrlan C ornell Law Library in Boardman Hall Shakespeare and the Law Clarence Darrow on Crime Law Bay 1972 Equal Rights Amendment


Appendix !+

Law Library S ta ff ADMINISTRATION (Extension 6-4236) f

Harry Bitner, Law Librarian and P rofessor o f Law Mrs. Crystal Bradford, Administrative Secretary I.

REFERENCE AND CIRCULATION (Extensions 6 -Z ^ b and 6 -4-775) D. Alan Diefenbach, Reference Librarian Robert Oakley, C irculation Librarian Miss Susan Thon, Library Assistant I I I , A-15 Mrs. Cynthia McGeoch, Library Assistant I I I , A-15 Dale Fogle, Library Assistant I I , A-13 Mark Teicher, Library Assistant I I , A-12 Mrs. I r i s B a s ilio , Library Assistant I , A-10

II.

TECHNICAL SERVICES A.

A cq u isitio ns Section (Extension 6 - 3668) Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Miss Mrs. Miss

B.

Lois Hickson, Order Librarian A lice McPherson, Library Assistant I I I , A-15 Christine Maxfield, Library Assistant I I I , A-15 Sharon Endler, Library Assistant I I , A-13 A lice O lsefsk i, Library Assistant I I , A-12 Eileen P otter, Library Assistant I , A-10

Cataloging Section (Extension 6-39^2) Miss Mrs. Miss Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Gary

Marie Whited, Catalog Librarian Doris Jensen, Cataloger Susan R ussell, Cataloger N icole C ornillon, Library Assistant I I I , A-15 P a tricia H offer, Library Assistant I I I , A-15 Nancy McBride, Library Assistant I I , A-12 Thelma Reeves, Library Assistant I , A-10 Bogart, Library Assistant I , A-10

R e c la s s ifica tio n : Mrs. Ludmila Sak, Library Assistant I I I , A-15 Miss Mary Giannini, Library Assistant I, A-10

July, 1972


CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES INFORMATION REQUESTED FOR VARIOUS ANNUAL REPORTS FOR THE YEAR 1971-72

P lea se com p lete this fo r m in duplicate and return one fo rm to David K aser, D ir e c to r , 201 Olin L ib ra ry , and one to E lizabeth M. Murphy, 2 34 Olin L i­ b ra ry b e fo re July 10, 1972. If you have supplied regu lar M onthly re p o rts on C ircu lation , In terlib ra ry Loans, R eferen ce S ervice and C ataloging, it is not n e c e s s a r y to furnish totals fo r the yea r. You are asked, how ever, to supply data on lib ra ry in com e and expenditures fo r the yea r, and on those item s in the annual re p o rt fo r m which do not appear on the m onthly re p o r ts , in so far 3-s your r e c o r d s p erm it. L ib ra ry L

Harry B itn e r _________ ______

C irculation and R e s e r v e : A.

B.

C.

L.

Law___________________________ L ibrarian

C irculation 1. Home Use a. Regular 101-89 b. 7 -d ay or other ________ Total Home Use 2. Building Use a. Reading Roc "ns ________ b. C a r r e ls ________ v.. Studies ________ d. Other (List) ________ Total Building Use Total C irculation R e s e rv e 1. C losed R e s e rv e - Home Use ________ 2. Overnight - C losed R e s e rv e ________ 3. Home Use - Open Shelf ________ Total R e se rv e How many hours per week was lib ra ry open fo r fu ll-s e r v ic e in fall te rm 1971 (excluding p re-exa m in ation p eriod s an other sp e cia l tim es)

R e fe re n ce S ervice A. D* C. D.

Inform ation and D irection s R e fe re n ce Q uestions S earch Q uestions P ro b le m Q uestions

9-178 _____ 4.304 2 qp

•_________62

10 >89

106 - 320

19;13^

22


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E.

HI.

11

B ibliographies Total R eferen ce S ervice

13, SV7

In terlib ra ry S erv ice (Loan and Photodupli­ cation) A.

B.

C.

Lending 1. T itles R equested 2. T itles Loaned 3. V olum es Loaned

136

81

B orrow ing 1. T itle- tecquested 2. T itles B orrow ed 3. V olu m es B orrow ed

1

Photoduplication 1. Outgoing a. O rd ers and Inquiries R eceived b. O rd ers F illed X erox Photoprint M ic ro film 2. Incom ing a. O rders Written b. O rders F illed

110

36

1

Copy S erv ice A.

B.

X e ro x E xternal Use (No. o f sheets) 1. Campus 1 1 . QT5 2. M ail O rd ers 366 T otal External Use Internal L ib ra ry Use* (No. of Sheets) Coinfax 1. T otal Coin Dial 2. A ll Other Interdepartm ent a. In terlib ra ry b. Known Internal c.

1P . P nl

28,636

q i a i o __

____ ir m z __

*If w ork done fo r In terlib ra ry Loan S ervice Do Not count as "Internal L ib ra ry U se". Show as IL L . This w ill elim inate duplication of count.


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V.

A cqu isition s A. B. C. D. E. F.

G. H. I. J. K. L. M. N. O. P. Q. R. S.

No. of O rders PlacedNo. of V olum es at Beginning of Year No. of V olum es Added by Purchase No. of V olum es Added by Gift or Exchange T otal No. of V olum es Added Total Volum es No. of V olum es L o s t or Withdrawn from R ecord s Total Number at end of year No. of R eels (physical count) of M icro film held at beginning of year No. of R eels (physicaU count) of M icro film added this year No. of R eels (physical count) of '-M icrofilm ' at end of year No. of P h ysica l Units of M icroca rd s held at beginning of year No. of P h ysica l Units of M icroca rd s added this year No. of P h y sica l Units of M ic r o c a r d s at end of year No. of P h ysica l Units of M icrop rin t Sheets held at beginning of year No. of ph ysical Units of M icrop rin t Sheets added this year No. of P h ysica l Units of M icroprin t Sheets held at end of year No. of P h y sica l Units of M icrofich e held at beginning of year No. of P h y sica l Units of M icrofich e added this year No. of P n y sica l Units of M icrofich e held at end of year T otal M ic ro fo r m Units held at end of year (add M, P .S )

2 ,l4 p 262,741 10,517* 208 i , 7Pr,

Ti , 166 172 273,294

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36 0 0

0 0

,-LSul120

2b4 l •> ■-

^1. Cataloging A.

New T itles 1 . O riginal Cataloging 2. L .C . Cataloging 3. Other T otal New T itles

1799 5967 2366 *Volumes transferred from 0 1 in -5 1


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B. C. D. E.

F.

T otal New V olum es Maps M icro -R e p ro d u ctio n s (P ieces) R e c la s s ifie d and R ecataloged 1. T itles 2. V olum es Card P roduction 1. P rinted C ards (L. C. or Other ) 2. Typed Cards 3. M ultilithed C ards C om p leted 4. M ultilithed C ards Run

12,292

6247 15 , 12 1 7557 l8t$9 60.073

N ew spapers C urren tly R eceived A. B.

c. D. E. F. \ \ A G. H.

Number of su bscription s beginning q of yea r Added by S ubscription 0 1. Through C .U . L ib ra ry C 2. D ire ctly 0 Withdrawn 9 No. of S ubscriptions end of year o Added by Gift and Exchange Number of G ifts St Exchanges beginning o f yea r 0 1. Through C .U . L ib ra ry 0 2. D ire ctly 0 Withdrawn No. o f Gift a Exchange S u oscrip 0 tions T otal N ew spapers R eceived

VlH.

Q

S erials C urren tly R eceiv ed (Excluding N ew spapers rep orted aoove) A. B. C.

Number of T itles beginning o f yea r __ _^7—------T itles Added during yea r --------22----No. of W ithdrawals & C an cellations _____ -------T otal No. o f T itles R eceived

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Library Expenditures

•A.

B.

P e r s o n a l S e r v ic e s 1. S a la rie s a. P r o fe s s io n a l b. C le r ic a l T otal S a la ries 2. T e m p o ra ry S e r v ic e s a. Student b. N on-Student (Include fu ll-tim e sta ff paid on hourly rate) T otal T em p ora ry S e rv ice s Total P e rs o n a l S e rv ice s B ook s, P > . radica ls and Binding 1. B oo.w 0* P e r io d ic a ls a. ..-.loca tion b. Endow m ent Funds c. S p ecia l G ifts T otal B ooks & Periodicals 2. 3. 4. 5.

o

X.

g(86 .nsn.nn 7Q.

. rp

5 16 5 . 767.00 U. 269.99 2 0 .n 5 U .7 2 2 5 .1.2U.71 ..^190 A 8 7 .7 1 '

SflQ6.2bO.PjQ .UU5.00 18.5U0.52..

+

U5 .72 U.S6 D e fic it l 6l . 985.52 26.75Q.PO

Binding T otal B ook s, P e r io d ic a ls and Binding G en era l O perating E xpen ses E quipm ent a. New b. R ep la cem en t Other Grand Total L ib r a r y E xpenditures

207 .710.38 7 -0 0 0 .0 0 1.000.50

121

-

9

-

Liorary Staff A.

B.

S a la ried Staff (g iv Q in fu ll-tim e eq u iva len ts) 1. P r o fe s s io n a l 2. C le r ic a l T otal Student and O ther H ourly Assistants 1. N um ber o f H ours of Student A s s is ta n ts During Y ear 2. N um ber of H ours o f Other H ourly A s s is ta n ts (Include fu ll-tim e staff paid on h ou rly rate) T otal H ours

6______ 18____ 26

2.096. 3

8 .0 6 1 .Q 1 0 . 162.2


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XII.

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P le a s e .urnish list of all staff with title s , grades and s a la r ie s , on attached fo r m s .

T his R ep o rt P re p a re d By.

If you have p r e p a r e c an annual re p o rt fo r the D epartm ent Head, Dean or L ib r a r y C om m ittee, we would a p p recia te having a cop y filed with the U n iversity L ib r a r y . A w ritten statem ent of the a c tiv itie s of your lib r a r y and your p r o fe s s io n a l a ctiv itie s w ill be v e r y helpful.


Cornell Law Library Annual Report 1972