Government Documents in Small Libraries

Government Documents in Small Libraries
Reprinted from Report of Board of Library Commissioners of Ohio for the Year ending November 15, 1909.

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Government Documents in Small Libraries by Charles Wells Reeder

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1909

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Government Documents in Small Libraries
Reprinted from Report of Board of Library Commissioners of Ohio for the Year ending November 15, 1909.

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dent of Documents for from ten to fifteen cents. The complete list of these bibliographies is published in the List of Publications Issued Since 1897 (by the Library of Congress).

The Daily Consular and Trade Reports are issued from the Bureau of Manufactures. These are a collection of reports made by United States consuls in all parts of the world on matters of commercial and current importance, such as new inventions, crops, market possibilities and commercial relations in general. The Bureau will add a library to its mailing list upon application.

The Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Commerce and Labor issue two serials which are of use in small libraries. The Monthly Summary of Commerce and Finance is the leading statistical publication of the government. It gives a very complete and detailed statistical account of the foreign commerce of the United States, the internal commerce and the commerce with the non-contiguous possessions. The Statistical Abst

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