81 Chi. L. Libr. Bull. 1 (February 1980)

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CHICAGO


LAW LIDRARY


BULLETIN


February 1980 No 81


                                               CHICAGO ASSOCIATION OF LAW LIBRARIES


       Government Documents Speech


                  Jim Livsey, Director, Library and Statutory Distribution, Government
              Printing Office spoke to a large audience on De.ository, Bookstore and Sales
              Aspects of the GPO at the Cultural Center January 21, 1980.         Mr. Livsey gave
              a brief overview of the operations of GPO, discussed the sales program and
              elaborated on recent changes and innovations.

                  There are 1335 depository libraries (including 80 law libraries) in the
              United States.    By law none of them may keen a citizen, from using documents.
              Arrangements can be made to guide patrons to specific areas of the library if
              necessary, but no one may be turned away simply because an institution is
              private or very specialized.

                  Mr. Livsey then discussed the Sales Program for non-depository institutions.
              Bibliographic access to approximately 3000 new titles per year is maintained
              through various subject bibliographies, the Consumer's Guide to Federal Pub-
              lications, The Selected List of Government Publications, and the bookstores
              themselves. In addition, the Publication Reference File (PRF) acts as a type   cont'd on paqe 6
              of Books in Print for all in-print documents- available.

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