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INTEREST ON PERMANENT SCHOOL FUND B0ND6-


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1878

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1874
1876
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1878
1878
1878
1878
1878
1878
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1878
1878
1878
1878
1878
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1878
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1878

1878
1878

1878
1878

1877
1877
1877
1877
1878
1878
1878

1878
1873
1874
1877
1878

1878
1878
1878
1878


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74
76
77
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76
76
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17
21
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72
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FIRST



BIENNIAL REPORT



STATE LIBRARIAN



STATE OF KANSAS.



KMB|fcAOXNe THX PKRIOD TBOU THX SOTH NoYSMBBB, 1876, TO ClOU

or FiBCAL Ybar, Juhb 80th, 1878.



TOPEKA, KANSAS:

OBO. W. XABTIK, XA1I8A8 FUBLI8HIHO H0U8B.

1878.



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To Hon. Geo. T. Anthony, Governor of Kansas:

The Librarian respectfully presents the First Biennial
Report of the condition of the State Library, at the close
of the fiscal year, June 30th, 1878.

D. DICKINSON, Librarian.

Sept Id, 1878.



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EEPOET.



This, the first Biennial Report of the State Librarian, em-
braces a period of nineteen months, from the first day of De-
cember, 1876, to the 30tb day of June, 1878.

The annexed schedules show the business of the Library in
detail. The Library is in as good condition as the cramped
room it occupies will admit. A rearrangement has to be made
every year, in order to get space for books.

The loss of books is slight, three General Statutes and fimr
Session Laws being the total loss — all lost during session of
Legislature, and reported as stolen from the legislative halls.
There is one book now missing from the miscellaneous depart-
ment, which it is hoped will be returned; But one book has
been certainly lost from that department in eight years, and tl^at
through an attach^ of the Legislature at the time the law allowed
all officers of the Legislature to- take books out.

The store-room fitted up in the cellar, for the storage of docu-
ments and our Supreme Court Reports, will, it is feared, prove
too damp. There is danger of serious loss, not only in valuable
documents, but between twenty-five and thirty thousand dollars'
worth of Supreme Court Reports are liable to be greatly dam-
aged. Five or six hundred documents per year have to be stored
in that cellar-room, to get space in the library-room for our an-
nual exchanges from States and Territories. An average of
two volumes of Supreme Court Reports are published annually,
adding largely to the value of Reports stored there, and increas-
ing the loss, if the room proves too damp. There should be a
perfectly safe and 'easily accessible place of deposit, soon as
possible. Respectfully submitted.

D. DICKINSON, Librarian.
September Ist, 1878.



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STATE LIBRARIAN.



A.

POSTAGE, EXPRESS AND FBEIOHT ACXX>UNT.

Librarian, Dr,

To balance on hand Nov. 30th, 1876. $47 24

To deficiency appropriation to Jane 30th, 1877.. 160 00

To appropriation for fiacai year ending dOth June, 1878 800 00

Total $497M

Poatage, freight and ezpresMge — O.

For December, 1876 , |24 25

For January, 1877 28 16

For February, 1877 35 35

For March, 1877 20 20

For April, 1877 34 26

For May, 1877 24 85

For June, 1877.. 38 05

For July, 1877...., 57 70

For August, 1877.. 28 75

For September, 1877 20 75

For October, 1877 50 00

For Noyember, 1877 20 06

For December, 1877. 28 45

For January, 1878 32 35

For February, 1878.. ; 8 75

For March, 1878 11 35

For April, 1878 38 80

For May, 1878 35 40

For June, 1878 50

Total $551 35 |497 24

497 24

Balance due Librarian. |54 11

In endeavoring to economise, the appropriation asked for post-
age, freight and expressage proved too small. I fear the de-
ficiency for 1878-9 will be greater. ,



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FIKST BIENNIAL REPORT. 5

B.

IIBRART FUND ACOOUKT.

Librarian, Dr,

To deficiency appropriation to June 80th, 1877 $400 00

To appropriation for fiscal year ending June 30th, 1878 800 00

Total 11,200 00

Pftid for miflcellaneoufl books, from Dec. Ist, 1876, to
Jone 30th, 1878... |983 98

Pftid for law hooka, from Dec. 1st, 1876, to June 30th,
1878.. 603 92

Total 11,487 90 11,200 00

1,200 00

Balance due Librarian 1287 90

In order to complete some valuable sets of books for the mit-
odlaneous department, the Librarian had to overrun the appro-
priation for the current year, and draw on the appropriation for
187a-9 for balance.



C.

ACCOUNT OF SUPREME COURT REPORTS.

Whole number disposed of... 2,432

Exchanged and distributed, as required by law 1,091

Sold 1.341

Total 2,432 2,432

Uncollected at last report $336 00

Value of Reports sold 6,142 00

Riid into treasury $4,300 00

•Uncollected 1,178 00

Total $5,478 00 $6,478 00

There are now on hand, of Supreme Court Reports —

TOLUMn.

Of Tolnmeone 77

Ofyolnmetwp 134

Of yolnme three. 173

Of Tolume four 166

•Colleetcd and paid Into treMary sinoa oIom Aaeal ytar.



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6 STAT£ LIBRARIAN.

Of volume five 222

Of volume six 277

Of volume seven 287

Of volume eight. 341

Of volume nine 868

Of volume ten 876

Of volume eleven 404

Of volume twelve 416

Of volume thirteen 441

Of volume fourteen 494

Of volume fifteen 492

Of volume sixteen 507

Of volume seventeen 497

Of vola me eighteen 689

Whole numher on hand 6^11



D.

BOOKS RECEIVED FROM DEC. IST, 1876, TO JUKE SOTH, 1878.

Law books purchased 134

Miscellaneous books purchased 424

In exchange for Kansas Reports 175

Exchanges from States, Territories, &c^ 842

Donations 33

Whole number received 1,608

Deduct documents turned over to Historical Societj 85

1,573
Whole number in last report 13,001

Whole number now 14,574

A net increase of 1,573 volumes.

Nearly three-fourths of the books purchased are miscellaneoos
books, costing twice as much as the law books. When the Li-
brarian took charge of the Library, eight years ago, there was
not a half-dozen full sets of law reports, and a very meager as-
sortment of text-books ; the completion of the law library was
therefore an indispensable necessity. Since it has been com*
pleted, or nearly so, more attention has been paid to the miscel-
laneous library. But one thing is now in the way of the rapid
increase — that is, want of room.



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FIRST BIENNIAL REPORT.



E.

BOOKS PURCHASED FOR LAW DEPARTMENT. you.

Otto's Reports, vols. 2, 3,4 3

Ware's Reports, vol. 3 1

Ewell on Fixtures 1

English Law Reports, third series, 1875 10

English Law Report^, third series, 1876, 1877 18

Keljng's Crown Cases 1

Leach's Crown Law 1

Bearsley's Crown Cases 1

Dearslej & Bell's Crown Cases ^ 1

Bell's Crown Cases 1

Mitford A Tyler's Pleading 1

Southern Law Review, vols. 3 and 4 2

Central Law Journal, vols. 4, 5, 6, 7 4

Sawyer's Reports, vol.3 1

Wharton's Law of Evidence, vols. 1, 2 2

United States Digest, N.S., vol.7 1

Irish Law Reports 12

Irish Equity Reports 12

Ridgway's Irish Reports 3

Scholes & Lefroy's Irish Reports 2

Ball & Beatty's Irish Reports 2 in 1

Connecticut Reports, vol. 9 1

American Law Review 6

Williams on Executors 3

General Statutes of Kansas. 1

Comic Blackstone 1

Cooper's Chancery Reports, vol. 2 1

Copp's Land Laws i 1

Missouri Appeal Reports, vols. 1, 2. 2

Waterman's Criminal Digest 1

Lowell's Reportis vtl. 2 1

McArthur's Reports, vol. 2 1

Blatchford's Reports, vol. 13 1

Cooke's Common Pleas Reports 1

Lloyd & Goold's Reports, Temp. Sugden 1

Drury & Warren's Reports, Temp. Sugden 4

Drary's Reports, Temp. Sugden 1

Jones & Latouche's Reports, Temp. Sugden 3

Stephen on Criminal Law 1

Burroughs on Taxation 1

Abbott's Practice Reports, N.S., vol. 16 1

Daly's Common Pleas Reports, vols. 3, 4, 6 3

Bedfield's Surrogate Reports, vol. 2. 1



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Barbour's Sapreme Court Reports, vol 66

Field on Corporations

American Law Re^ster, O.S., and Digest 10

Lloyd & Goold's Reports, Temp. Plunkett

Clifford's Reports, ToL 3

Bishop on Contracts

Stephen on Evidence

High on ReceiTers

Schouler on Personal Property, 2d Yolame

The law departmeDt is regarded by persons familiar wUb
libraries as one of the best in the United States.



P.

BOOKS PUBCHA8ED FOB MISOELLANBOUB DEPABTMENT.

Encyclopedia Brittanica, yoIs. 5, 6, 7 S

Historical Atlas of the World 1

First Century of the United States 1

Battles of the American Reyolution.. 1

London Quarterly Review t

Edinburgh Quarterly Review 2

British Quarterly Review 2

Westminster Quarterly Review 2

Blackwood's Magazine 2

Annual Cyclopedia, 1875 1

North American Review 2

Rebellion Record It

Hemans* Poems 1

Bums' Poems 1

Transactions National Prison Congress, 1876-7 1

Davis* History of Missouri 1

Centennial Jubilee .1 1

Tribune Almanacs, 1836-1876 2

Tribune Almanac, 1877 1

North American Review, vols. 22-126 105

Sparks* American Diplomatic Correspondence SI

Soule's Synonyms. 1

American Journal of Science 115

Washington and the American Republic S

Cornelius Tacitus Annals 1

Library Journal S

Redpath's Lifeof John Brown 1

Reminiscences of Daniel Webster 1

History of New Jersey 2



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Oatlin's Last Rambles Among the Indians.^ 1

O-Kee-Pa, Religious Ceremony and Other Customs among the Mandan

Indiiins — Catlin ; 1

National Quarterly Review 34

National Quarterly Review, (new series,) 2

Gongreasional Globes and Records, from 23d to 43d Congress, inclusive,

complete set 118

The miscellaneous department, though not large, is very valu-
able, having a good supply of historical and literary works, and
the most valuable encyclopedias. Few libraries excel it in books
pertaining to the civil and political history of the United States.



G.

BOOK8 RECEIVED IN EXCHANGE FOB KANSAS BEPOBTS.

Fisher's English Digest and Supplements 8

Bisaeirs BeporUt, toI. 6 1

Woods' Reports, vol, 2 1

Chasers Decisions 1

Bansam's Insurance Digest 1

Danler's Statutes, (two sets,) 4

Albany Law Journal, vols. 1 to 12 12

American Law Review, vols. 1 to 5 5

Daasler's Digest of Kansas Reports 2

Sharer's Index to Laws of Kansas 4

Jones & Spencer's ReportP, vols. 8 and 9 2

Howard's Practice Reports, vols. 49, 60, 51 and 52 4

Ewell's Leading Cases 1

Fisher's Annual Digest, 1873-1876 4

Starkie on Slander, Folkard's 1

Chase's Blackstone 1

Archbold's Criminal Pleading, vols. 1 and 2 2

Abbott's New Cases, vols. 1 and 2... 2

Stanton's Kentucky Digest, vols. 1 and 2 2

Upper Canada Reports Ill

Colorado Reports, vol. 2 1

Utah Reports 1

Jones on Mortgage^ 2 volumes 2

National Bank Cases 1

Smith on Contracts 1



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'^ H.

BOOKS RECEIYED IN EXCHANGE, FROM STATES, TERBITOBIEB, M.

ALABAMA.

Alabama Reports, toI. 61 1

ARIZONA.

Acts, Resolutions and Memorials, 1877

Journals Ninth Legislative Assembly, 1877



ARKANSAS.

CJonstitution of 1874

Acts of Arkansas, 1875 and 1877

Arkansas Reports, vols. 29 and 30



CALIFORNIA.

California Reports, vol. 50

Senate Documents, 21st session ,

Assembly Documents, 2l8t session ,



CANADA.

L'lnstniction Publique au Canada, 1876

Geological Report of Canada, 1876-6

History of Quebec, Past and Present, 1876 i

Report of Commerce of Montreal, 1876

Report of International Exhibit of Ontario at Philadelphia, 1876

Report of Postmaster General, 1876

Report of Marine and Fisheries, 1876

Report of Meteorological and Magnetic Observations, 1876

Report of Superintendent of Insurance, 1876

Report of Weights and Measures, 1876

Canal Sutistics, 1876, 1877

Report of Harbor Commissioners, 1876

Public Accounts, 1876, 1877

Report of Department of Interior, 1876

Report of Minister of Agriculture, 1876, 1877

Report of State of Militia, 1876

Report of Inland Revenues, 1876, 1877

Report of Minister of Public Works, 1876

Tables of Trade and Navigation, 1876, 1877

Report on Adulteration of Food, 1876-1877

Lists of Lights on Coasts, Rivers and Lakes, 1876-1877

Report of Commifwioner of Fisheries, 1876

Journal of House of Commons, and Appendix, 1877

Journal of Senate, 1877

Statutes of Canada, 1877 2 in

Sessional Papers, vol. 10, 1 to 9,1877



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Report of Inland Revenuen, 1877 \ 1

Report of Marine and FiftherieR, 1877 1

Report of State of Militia, 1877 1

Report of Department of Interior, 1877 1

Report of Minister of Public Work^ 1877 1

Report of Inland Revenue, 1877 1

COLORADO.

Laws of Colorado, 1865, 1866, 1867, 1876 4

Private Acts of Colorado, 1868 1

Civil Code of Colorado, 1877 2

General Laws of Colorado, 1877 2

CONNECTICUT.

Connecticut Reports, vol. 48 '. 1

Special Acts, 1877 1

Public Acts, 1877... 1

Colonial Records, 1751-67, 10th volume 1

DAKOTA.

Reyiaed Codes, 1877 1

DELAWARE.

Laws of Delaware, 1877 8

Equity Reports, vols. 1 and 2 2

FLORIDA.

Florida Reports, vols. 14 and 15 2

GEORGIA.

Georgia Reports, vols. 54, 55, 56, 57 and 58 5

Laws of Georgia, 1876, 1877 2

Senate and House Jouroali*, 1876 2

Journal of Constitutional Convention 1

Senate and House Journals, 1877 2

IDAHO.

Laws of Territory, 9th session, 1876-1877 1

ILLINOIS.

Catelogne of State Library. 1876 '. 1

Laws of Illinois 1877 I

History of Illinois and Life of Ninian Edwards 1

Report of Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1876 1

Report of Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners, 1876 1

Report of Board of Charities, 1876 1

Report of Canal Commissioners, 1875-6, 1877 2

Report of AdjuUnt General, 1876 1

Unbound Annual and Biennial Reports 14

Illinois Reports, vols. 63-69, 71-78, 80-82 18



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Legislative Reports, vol. 1, parts 1 and 2; vol. 2, parts 1 and 2... 4

Senate and House Journals, 1877 2

School Laws, 1877 1

Equalisation Report, 1877 1

Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners' Report, 1877.. I

Insurance Laws. 1

Revenue Report, 1877 1

Railroad and Warehouse Lawn, 1877 1

INDIANA.
Indiana Reports, vols. 52, 63 and 54 S

IOWA.

Senate and House Journals, 1876.» 2

Iowa and the Centennial — Address of C. C. Noorse.. 1

Iowa Reports, vols. 42, 43, 44 and 45 4

KANSAS.

Laws of 1877 30

Documents, 1876 80

Senate and House Journals, 1877 60

School Laws, 1877 1

Insurance Report, 1877 ; 1

Kansas Reports, vols. 17 and 18 10

Agricultural and Centennial Report ^

Reports Horticultural Society, vols. 6 and 7 2

KENTUCKY.

Bush's Reports, vols. 11 and 12 2

Catalogue of State Library.. 1

Resources, Condition and Agriculture of Kentucky... ^

Codes of Practice, 1876 1

LOUISIANA.

Documents, 1878 ^

Senate and House Journals, 1878... « ^

Senate and House Journals, extra session, 1878.. ^

Acts of Louisiana, 1878 ^

Louisiana Annual Reports, vols. 26-29 —•••»• ^

Catalogue of State Library, 1878 1

Acts of Louisiana, 1875, 1876, 1877 ^

MAINE.

Maine Reports, vols. 64, 65 and 66 ^

Acts and Resolves of Maine, 1876 1

Senate and House Journals, 1875 ^

Executive Documents, 1876 ^

Public Documents, 1876 ^

Agricultural Report, 1875-6..- 1



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Report of Common Schools, 1876 1

Acts and KesolveBof Maine, 1877 1

Pablicand LegislatWe Documents, 1877^ 8

Senate and House Journals, 1877 2

Agricultural Report, 187^-7 1

MARYLAND.

Maryland Reports, vols. 43, 44 and 45 : ' 3

MASSACHUSETTS.

Massachusetts Reports, vols. 120, 121 and 122. 3

Acts and Resolves, 1877... 1

Special Laws, vol. 13 1

Census Report, 1875 3

Public Documents, 1876 5

Report of Centennial Exhibition 1

Reports of Board of Health, 1877, 1878 ; 2

MICHIGAN.

Report of Stote of Fisheries, 1875-^ I

Legislatiye Manual, 1877 1

Michigan Reports, vols. 33, 34 and 35... 3

Public Acts, 1877 1

Local Acts, 1877 1

Agricnltoral Reporti^ 1875, 1876 1 2

School Reports, 1876, 1876.. , 2

Report of Board of Health* 1876^ 1

Pomological Reports, 1875, 1876 2

Joint Documenti^ 1875 2

Joint Documents, 1876 3

Oatalogae of State Library, 1877-8 1

History of the Press of Michigan, 1876 1

Cereal Products of Michigan, 1876-7 1

8ute Prison InTestigaUon, 1875.. 1

Oiart and Key to Educstional System, 1876 1

Dluminating Oils of Michigan 1

Restriction and Prevention of Scarlet Fever 1

Map of Central Upper Peninsula... 1

Geological Survey, vol.3 1

MINNESOTA.

Minnesota Reports, vols. 22 and 23 2

MISSISSIPPI.

Mimssippi Reports, vols. 51, 52 and 53 3

Report of Secretory of State, 1875 1

Report of Auditor of Accounts, 1875 1

Report of State Superintendent, 1875 1



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Laws of Missiasippi, 1877 1

Kcports of State Officers, 1877 1

Senate and House Journals, 1877 t

Catalogue of Slate Library, 1877 1

Laws of Miseisaippi, 1878 1

MiaSOUBL

Missouri Beports, vols. 63 and 64 2

Laws of Missouri, 1877 S

MONTANA.

Montana Beports, toI. 2 1

Laws of Montana, 1877 1

NEBRASKA.

Nebraska Beports, vols. 5 and 6 2



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