Order and Accession Department

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American Library Association Publishing Board, 1911 - Acquisitions (Libraries) - 29 pages
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Page 7 - The importer must also make oath on the same sheet that he is importing the listed books solely for the library. In addition a receipt for every lot of books so imported must be filed within 90 days of entry. Neither oaths nor receipts are required for books in foreign languages or books in English more than twenty years old, but for dictionaries and works consisting of plates without text or with index only, which are considered dutiable at the regular rate, papers for free entry for libraries are...
Page 7 - It is necessary to make an oath before a notary preliminary to free entry for each shipment, declaring that the books are imported for use of the library and not for sale. The importer must also make oath on the same sheet that he is importing the listed books solely for the library.
Page 16 - In even very small libraries an order record on slips is very desirable...
Page 7 - American copyright, when imported for use and not for sale by any school, university, or free public library.
Page 15 - Some libraries use an order slip copied in triplicate by the use of carbon paper laid between the order slips.

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