34, 35 Figures represent items, not requests.
Volumes held June 30, 2004‐05 revised to 289,494.
34 Includes 5,372 requests from fee‐based service.
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 335,621 to include 21,700 from Making of Modern Law purchase.
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 540,156 to reflect additional e‐book counts (Making of Modern Law; and
items in earlier years from LLMC Digital and Manas Media).
1.b.i Includes a small number of e‐books (LLMC Digital and Manas Media).
17.a Includes professional staff and exempt staff.
17.b Excludes exempt staff. Includes hourly staff and non‐student staff.
26.a Includes professional staff and exempt staff.
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 216,056.
15.d Includes: Legal research and other online resources ($210,558), and bibliographic utilities ($14,200).
19 Includes: Fringe benefits ($226,579), contract staff ($74,422), and miscellaneous ($32,108).
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 319,955.
28 Figure is included in the main library data.
15.b Increase due to year‐end funds used to pay for some 2006‐07 subscriptions at the end of the 2005‐06 fiscal year.
Also, inflation was a factor.
15.c Decrease due to a one‐time purchase of some large microform sets in 2004‐05, which were included here.
21 In 2005‐06, the Law Library made one‐time purchases of two large databases (Making of Modern Law, and
Supreme Court Records) for $180,000.
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 1,723,645.
35 Decrease is a result of access to digital resources.
Volumes held June 30, 2005 revised to 126,674 to reflect gift volumes inadvertently omitted in 2003‐04.
When compiling statistics for this report, law library staff noted a discrepancy between the current volume count
and figures reported previously. After extensive study, they determined that a mistake had been made several
years ago. That error is corrected; volumes held June 30, 2005 has been revised to 220,639 because of different