Circulation Policies

DOCUMENTS THAT DO NOT CIRCULATE

GENERAL CATEGORIES

Documents shelved in reference

Climate data

Statistical data

Documents published before 1900

SPECIFIC AGENCIES

Call No.                                   Agency

A 13.                                       Forest Service

C 3. and C 56.                           Census Bureau

I 19.                                        U.S. Geological Survey

I 29.                                        National Park Service

I 49.                                        Fish and Wildlife Service

L 2.                                         Bureau of Labor Statistics

SI 2.                                        Bureau of American Ethnology

S 1.1                                       Department of State, Foreign Relations of the U.S.

LEGAL AND CONGRESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS

Y 1.1/2                                    Serial Sets

X 1.1 and X 1.1/A                     Congressional Records

AE 2.110                                 Slip Laws

AE 2.111                                 U.S. Statutes at Large

AE 2.106                                 Federal Registers

AE 2.106/3                              Code of Federal Regulations

EXAMPLES OF DOCUMENTS THAT DO CIRCULATE

Agriculture Dept.

Defense Dept.

Education Dept.

NASA

Smithsonian Institution

Soil Conservation Service

Health and Human Services

Environmental Protection Agency

Dept. of Energy

Congressional Hearings

House and Senate Reports and Documents (not in the Serial Set)

U.S. government periodicals and bound serials may circulate for 2 hours with special permission from documents department staff or reference librarians. The "Documents that Do Not Circulate" category trumps periodical circulation policies. Periodicals and bound serials that fall in that category do not circulate.


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