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Question
Number
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LIBRARY & ARCHIVES CANADA
All figures are as of 03/31/2009.
1, 1.a-1.b Only one sector could provide this information.
4 Only one sector could provide this information. Also, count is in bibliographic (Resource center).
5.b, 5.b.iii This information is not available yet.
5.b.iv The tool used previous years to estimate the number of government documents is no longer available. A new tool is
currently in development.
16-26 Expenditures as reported in Canadian dollars: (16a) $552,247; (16b) $626,015; (16c) $132,725; (16d) $206,157; (16) $1,517,144; (17)
$0; (18a) $60,948,363; (18b) $26,893,118; (18c) $752,872; (18) $88,594,353; (20) $0; (21) $90,111,497; (22) $0; (23) $43,813; (24a) $0; (24b)
$0; (25) $9,891,990; (26) $11,300.
25 Fewer funds were available for hardware and software in 2008-2009.
28 We removed the Employee resource center.
33 We do not reserve documents or distinguish initial from renewals.
LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
All figures are as of 09/30/2009.
Library branches included: Library Services (national library functions), including 6 overseas offices, and Law Library of
Congress.
Library branches NOT included: National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped.
1.a Volumes held revised to 21,218,408.
1.b.i Includes 313,182 monograph volumes and classified serial issues estimated to be the equivalent of 54,416 bound volumes of
serials.
5.b.iii Includes serial titles received through copyright registration and/or deposit.
16.a LC receives most publications in U.S. through copyright deposit and therefore does not purchase them.
16.b Includes $1 million for postage and handling and $100,000 for replacement of damaged serial issues.
16.d Services of bibliographic service representatives in China, Greece, Mongolia, and West Africa.
18.a Includes salaries and wages for all employees in Library Services (national library functions) and Law Library of Congress.
23 Includes $23,764 for OCLC FirstSearch access.
30 Includes Visitor Services Office and Library Services directorates for acquisitions/bibliographic access, collections, and
preservation.
31 Decrease was expected because in 2008 LC initiated the self-guided Library of Congress Experience, eliminating need for
some guided tour participation.
NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL LIBRARY
All figures are as of 09/30/2009.
Library branches included: DC Reference Center.
18-18.c Includes fringe benefits.
NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE
All figures are as of 09/30/2009.
There are 27 service points at the National Library of Medicine (NLM) at the following NLM facilities: History of Medicine
Desk, Circulation Desk, Reference Desk, Photocopy Service desk, Telephone service desk.
2 We are unable to easily compile this information. Will need to develop queries to report next year.
18-18.c Includes fringe benefits.
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