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By revision and condensation 4,800 cards were canceled and withdrawn from the indexes during the year. The temporary cards made for the indexes to the printed catalogue (numbering 87,227 during the fiscal year) have been eliminated, and the remaining cards (107,337 f° r the fiscal year) were added to the permanent card indexes, now numbering over 2,825,000 cards. Under the regime described, the Library building service was conducted during the fiscal year 191 5. 50 Fees for certified copies of record, at 50 cents each 507. 00 Searches made and charged for at the rate of 50 cents for each hour of time consumed. The total letters and parcels received during the fiscal year numbered 147,538, while the letters, certifi- cates, parcels, etc., dispatched numbered 149,461. Acting under an opinion of the Attorney General, to whom the matter was referred by the President, the Librarian designated Mr. Rabbitt, Chief Clerk of the office, as Special Disbursing Officer, and to attend to all other duties of the office not specifically placed by law on the Superintendent, pending the appointment of a successor to the late Mr. Under special provision in the Deficiency Act approved January 25, 191 5, the Librarian was authorized to exercise the powers and perform the duties of the Superintendent, other than those of Disbursing officer, during the vacancy' in the office, and he continued to officiate thus until the duties were taken up by the undersigned on April 23, last. 00 Total fees for registrations recorded 9, 806. 75 ENTRIES Number of registrations 113, 867 Envies Number of renewals recorded 1, 326 Total number of entries recorded 115, 193 Number of certified copies of record 1, 014 Number of assignments recorded or copied 895 164 Report of the Librarian of Congress Correspondence The greater part of the business of the Copyright Office is done by correspondence and there is a steady increase from year to year in the mail matter received and dis- patched. The notice required by section 60 has been printed for all classes of works deposited and registered during the years January 1, 1900, to June 30, 1909. Return of de- Under the provisions of the act of March 4, 1909, authority claimants ^ IS granted also for the return to the claimants of copyright of such copyright deposits as are not required by the Library or Copyright Office. APPROPRIATIONS AND EXPENDITURES In addition to the appropriations for the Library and for the Library Building and Grounds, this office is charged with the disbursement of the appropriations for the United States Botanic Garden and those placed under the control of the Joint Committee on the Library. In addition, there has been trans- ferred upon the Librarian's order, a collection of books and pamphlets relating to American poetry and printed dramas by American authors, numbering 8,034 pieces; thus making a total of 26,990 books and pamphlets delivered to the Library from the Copyright Office during the year. All of the 1,772 maps regis- icais tered were placed in the Map Division.

THE COPYRIGHT INDEX AND CATALOGUE, BULLETINS, AND CIRCULARS index cards ^^ CO py r jght registrations are indexed upon cards.

PECEIVED i Fc O 1 1 1975 LIBRARY OF TWT5 " PEABODY MUSEUM Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2013 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS AND REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE LIBRARY BUILDING AND GROUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30 1915 tfh w WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1915 This volume is for sale by the Superintendent oe Documents Government Printing Office Washington, D. At the close of business on July 7, 191 5, of the works deposited for copyright registration up to and including June 30 all had been recorded except 43 registrations in Class A and 70 in Class B.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Form of gift or bequest to the Library of Congress 4 List of officers 5 Report of the Librarian 7 Report of the Superintendent of the Library Building and Grounds. The following awards were received : Panama-Pacific Exposition awards Education, group 7, class 19. Of this sum, however, more than

THE COPYRIGHT INDEX AND CATALOGUE, BULLETINS, AND CIRCULARS index cards ^^ CO py r jght registrations are indexed upon cards.

PECEIVED i Fc O 1 1 1975 LIBRARY OF TWT5 " PEABODY MUSEUM Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2013 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS AND REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE LIBRARY BUILDING AND GROUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30 1915 tfh w WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1915 This volume is for sale by the Superintendent oe Documents Government Printing Office Washington, D. At the close of business on July 7, 191 5, of the works deposited for copyright registration up to and including June 30 all had been recorded except 43 registrations in Class A and 70 in Class B.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Form of gift or bequest to the Library of Congress 4 List of officers 5 Report of the Librarian 7 Report of the Superintendent of the Library Building and Grounds. The following awards were received : Panama-Pacific Exposition awards Education, group 7, class 19. Of this sum, however, more than $1,000 represented business for the fiscal year, held awaiting answers to letters from the Copyright Office in regard to informalities, etc., and not over $600 represented the total unfinished business for the previous 18 years from July 1, 1897.

The subscriptions, by express provisions of the copyright act, are required to be paid to the Superintendent of Docu- ments (Office of the Public Printer, Washington, D. 53); and the proclamation of May 1, 1915, ex- tending the benefits of section 1 (e) of the Copyright Act to the subjects of Italy (Information Circular, No. Catalogue of The copyright law authorizes the printing at intervals of copyrighted dra- f Jb f a mas.

14 Superintendent of Building and Grounds 137 Office: General telephone service of Library (1 cen- tral station, 81 substations, and 6 trunk lines) ' $1, 118.09 Stationery 114- 54 Weighing scale 7- 00 Coin bag 16. The price for the entire catalogue for the year is $3. 8°.) 1 62 Report of the Librarian of Congress information dr- The following Presidential Proclamations relating to Copyright were printed and distributed during the year: The Proclamation of January 1, 191 5, extending to British authors the benefits of section 1 (e) of the copy- right act of 1909, relating to the mechanical reproduction of music, together with the proclamation by the President of the British Order in Council, dated February 3, 1915, providing for the protection in Great Britian of unpublished works by citizens of the United States (Information Cir- cular, No. In my last year's report attention was called to the three bills which had been introduced to establish a federal motion-picture censorship commission.

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THE COPYRIGHT INDEX AND CATALOGUE, BULLETINS, AND CIRCULARS index cards ^^ CO py r jght registrations are indexed upon cards. PECEIVED i Fc O 1 1 1975 LIBRARY OF TWT5 " PEABODY MUSEUM Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2013 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS AND REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE LIBRARY BUILDING AND GROUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30 1915 tfh w WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1915 This volume is for sale by the Superintendent oe Documents Government Printing Office Washington, D. At the close of business on July 7, 191 5, of the works deposited for copyright registration up to and including June 30 all had been recorded except 43 registrations in Class A and 70 in Class B. TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Form of gift or bequest to the Library of Congress 4 List of officers 5 Report of the Librarian 7 Report of the Superintendent of the Library Building and Grounds. The following awards were received : Panama-Pacific Exposition awards Education, group 7, class 19. Of this sum, however, more than $1,000 represented business for the fiscal year, held awaiting answers to letters from the Copyright Office in regard to informalities, etc., and not over $600 represented the total unfinished business for the previous 18 years from July 1, 1897. The subscriptions, by express provisions of the copyright act, are required to be paid to the Superintendent of Docu- ments (Office of the Public Printer, Washington, D. 53); and the proclamation of May 1, 1915, ex- tending the benefits of section 1 (e) of the Copyright Act to the subjects of Italy (Information Circular, No. Catalogue of The copyright law authorizes the printing at intervals of copyrighted dra- f Jb f a mas. 14 Superintendent of Building and Grounds 137 Office: General telephone service of Library (1 cen- tral station, 81 substations, and 6 trunk lines) ' $1, 118.09 Stationery 114- 54 Weighing scale 7- 00 Coin bag 16. The price for the entire catalogue for the year is $3. 8°.) 1 62 Report of the Librarian of Congress information dr- The following Presidential Proclamations relating to Copyright were printed and distributed during the year: The Proclamation of January 1, 191 5, extending to British authors the benefits of section 1 (e) of the copy- right act of 1909, relating to the mechanical reproduction of music, together with the proclamation by the President of the British Order in Council, dated February 3, 1915, providing for the protection in Great Britian of unpublished works by citizens of the United States (Information Cir- cular, No. In my last year's report attention was called to the three bills which had been introduced to establish a federal motion-picture censorship commission.

,000 represented business for the fiscal year, held awaiting answers to letters from the Copyright Office in regard to informalities, etc., and not over 0 represented the total unfinished business for the previous 18 years from July 1, 1897.

The subscriptions, by express provisions of the copyright act, are required to be paid to the Superintendent of Docu- ments (Office of the Public Printer, Washington, D. 53); and the proclamation of May 1, 1915, ex- tending the benefits of section 1 (e) of the Copyright Act to the subjects of Italy (Information Circular, No. Catalogue of The copyright law authorizes the printing at intervals of copyrighted dra- f Jb f a mas.

14 Superintendent of Building and Grounds 137 Office: General telephone service of Library (1 cen- tral station, 81 substations, and 6 trunk lines) '

THE COPYRIGHT INDEX AND CATALOGUE, BULLETINS, AND CIRCULARS index cards ^^ CO py r jght registrations are indexed upon cards.

PECEIVED i Fc O 1 1 1975 LIBRARY OF TWT5 " PEABODY MUSEUM Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2013 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS AND REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE LIBRARY BUILDING AND GROUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30 1915 tfh w WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1915 This volume is for sale by the Superintendent oe Documents Government Printing Office Washington, D. At the close of business on July 7, 191 5, of the works deposited for copyright registration up to and including June 30 all had been recorded except 43 registrations in Class A and 70 in Class B.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Form of gift or bequest to the Library of Congress 4 List of officers 5 Report of the Librarian 7 Report of the Superintendent of the Library Building and Grounds. The following awards were received : Panama-Pacific Exposition awards Education, group 7, class 19. Of this sum, however, more than $1,000 represented business for the fiscal year, held awaiting answers to letters from the Copyright Office in regard to informalities, etc., and not over $600 represented the total unfinished business for the previous 18 years from July 1, 1897.

The subscriptions, by express provisions of the copyright act, are required to be paid to the Superintendent of Docu- ments (Office of the Public Printer, Washington, D. 53); and the proclamation of May 1, 1915, ex- tending the benefits of section 1 (e) of the Copyright Act to the subjects of Italy (Information Circular, No. Catalogue of The copyright law authorizes the printing at intervals of copyrighted dra- f Jb f a mas.

14 Superintendent of Building and Grounds 137 Office: General telephone service of Library (1 cen- tral station, 81 substations, and 6 trunk lines) ' $1, 118.09 Stationery 114- 54 Weighing scale 7- 00 Coin bag 16. The price for the entire catalogue for the year is $3. 8°.) 1 62 Report of the Librarian of Congress information dr- The following Presidential Proclamations relating to Copyright were printed and distributed during the year: The Proclamation of January 1, 191 5, extending to British authors the benefits of section 1 (e) of the copy- right act of 1909, relating to the mechanical reproduction of music, together with the proclamation by the President of the British Order in Council, dated February 3, 1915, providing for the protection in Great Britian of unpublished works by citizens of the United States (Information Cir- cular, No. In my last year's report attention was called to the three bills which had been introduced to establish a federal motion-picture censorship commission.

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THE COPYRIGHT INDEX AND CATALOGUE, BULLETINS, AND CIRCULARS index cards ^^ CO py r jght registrations are indexed upon cards. PECEIVED i Fc O 1 1 1975 LIBRARY OF TWT5 " PEABODY MUSEUM Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2013 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS AND REPORT OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF THE LIBRARY BUILDING AND GROUNDS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30 1915 tfh w WASHINGTON GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1915 This volume is for sale by the Superintendent oe Documents Government Printing Office Washington, D. At the close of business on July 7, 191 5, of the works deposited for copyright registration up to and including June 30 all had been recorded except 43 registrations in Class A and 70 in Class B. TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Form of gift or bequest to the Library of Congress 4 List of officers 5 Report of the Librarian 7 Report of the Superintendent of the Library Building and Grounds. The following awards were received : Panama-Pacific Exposition awards Education, group 7, class 19. Of this sum, however, more than $1,000 represented business for the fiscal year, held awaiting answers to letters from the Copyright Office in regard to informalities, etc., and not over $600 represented the total unfinished business for the previous 18 years from July 1, 1897. The subscriptions, by express provisions of the copyright act, are required to be paid to the Superintendent of Docu- ments (Office of the Public Printer, Washington, D. 53); and the proclamation of May 1, 1915, ex- tending the benefits of section 1 (e) of the Copyright Act to the subjects of Italy (Information Circular, No. Catalogue of The copyright law authorizes the printing at intervals of copyrighted dra- f Jb f a mas. 14 Superintendent of Building and Grounds 137 Office: General telephone service of Library (1 cen- tral station, 81 substations, and 6 trunk lines) ' $1, 118.09 Stationery 114- 54 Weighing scale 7- 00 Coin bag 16. The price for the entire catalogue for the year is $3. 8°.) 1 62 Report of the Librarian of Congress information dr- The following Presidential Proclamations relating to Copyright were printed and distributed during the year: The Proclamation of January 1, 191 5, extending to British authors the benefits of section 1 (e) of the copy- right act of 1909, relating to the mechanical reproduction of music, together with the proclamation by the President of the British Order in Council, dated February 3, 1915, providing for the protection in Great Britian of unpublished works by citizens of the United States (Information Cir- cular, No. In my last year's report attention was called to the three bills which had been introduced to establish a federal motion-picture censorship commission.

, 118.09 Stationery 114- 54 Weighing scale 7- 00 Coin bag 16. The price for the entire catalogue for the year is . 8°.) 1 62 Report of the Librarian of Congress information dr- The following Presidential Proclamations relating to Copyright were printed and distributed during the year: The Proclamation of January 1, 191 5, extending to British authors the benefits of section 1 (e) of the copy- right act of 1909, relating to the mechanical reproduction of music, together with the proclamation by the President of the British Order in Council, dated February 3, 1915, providing for the protection in Great Britian of unpublished works by citizens of the United States (Information Cir- cular, No. In my last year's report attention was called to the three bills which had been introduced to establish a federal motion-picture censorship commission.

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Photographic full-page repro- duction of American newspapers illustrating progress in com- munication and travel. A silver medal was also awarded to the representative in charge of the Exhibit. Tools Repairs Dynamotor (for call bells and buzzers) New lighting system, Periodical Reading Room Changing lighting system in alcoves, Main Reading Room Intercommunicating telephones $7 J 97- 44 834. Considerable interest has been expressed in this compilation, and it is believed that it will be found useful and of exceptional interest. 61 Unfinished business July 1, 1897, to June 30, 1915, 18 years 1,605. 10 Total fees earned and paid into the Treasury during the 18 years from July 1, 1897, to June 30, 1915 1, 536, 789. 74 FEES FOR FISCAL YEAR Fees for registrations, including certificates, Fees at $1 each $104, 420. A bill to amend section 23 of the act entitled "An act to amend and consolidate the acts respecting copyright," approved Mar.

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