Guide to the Cataloging of the Serial Publications of Societies and Institutions

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1919 - Cataloging of Masonic publications - 108 pages
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Page 11 - The present compilation has been undertaken for the purpose of placing in available form the interpretations and revisions which have been adopted from time to time since 1908 in the rules for cataloguing society publications. That questions of interpretation should have arisen is inevitable in so large a collection as that of the Library of Congress. The rules as laid down in the " Catalog rules compiled by the committees of the American Library Association and the (British) Library Association,...
Page 24 - Enter agricultural experiment stations of the United States under the name of the state or territory in which they are organized. Include in the heading the name of the place where the station is located. Refer from the university or college of which the station may form a department, from the name of the station, if it is at all distinctive, and from the name of the place where it is located.
Page 37 - International meetings. Enter international meetings, conferences, and congresses, of private persons, under their English names provided their publications have appeared in English or that language is specified as one of the official languages of the conference. In other cases enter under the name in the language in which most of the publications have appeared, or when this cannot be ascertained, under the name by which the conference is best known.
Page 32 - Boards, trustees, etc. Enter bodies whose legal names begin with such words as Board, Corporation, Trustees, under the names of the institutions or bodies over which they exercise supervision. (ALA 108) Harvard university. Board of overseers. British museum. Trustees. If, however, a board is organized to administer the combined funds of several bodies, it is to be entered under its own name. Board of trustees of the relief and Red cross funds.
Page 6 - Institution shall have the use of the library referred to in section 151 of this title in like manner as before its removal. All the books, maps, and charts of the Smithsonian Library shall be properly cared for and preserved In like manner as are those of the Congressional Library : from which the Smithsonian Library shall not be removed except on reimbursement by the Smithsonian Institution to the Treasury of the United States of expenses incurred In binding and in taking care of the same, or upon...
Page 67 - ... from the name of the place, and in the case of Presidential conventions it is indispensable. Put the convention of a county or other named district under the name of the district, with a reference from the town in which it is held, when it is named in the title-page.
Page 104 - Journal of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania. Devoted to the mechanic arts, manufactures, general science, and the recording of American and other patented inventions. Edited by Thomas P. Jones. New series. 26 vols, (i-xxvi), 8vo. Philadelphia, 1828-'40. Continued under the title : [O.] Journal of the Franklin Institute of the State of Pennsylvania and Mechanics
Page 68 - International co-operative alliance. 2d congress, Paris, 1896. Presbyterian church in the USA General assembly. 2 Enter conventions and conferences of bodies which have no existence beyond the convention under the name of the convention. If no name can be found, enter under the place of meeting and supply a name descriptive of the character of the convention. International congress of arts and science, St. Louis, 1904. but Syracuse, NY Convention of mechanics and others, 1850.

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