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Page 177 - A society is to be entered under the first word, not an article, of its corporate name, with references from any other name by which it is known, especially from the name of the place where its headquarters are established, if it is often called by that name.
Page 140 - States, formed in the previous year, and the constitution provided that its main object should be 'to unite all persons engaged or interested in library work, for the purpose of promoting the best possible administration of existing libraries and the formation of new ones where desirable. It shall also aim at the encouragement of bibliographical research.
Page 176 - The respondent or defender of an academical thesis is to be considered as the author, unless the work unequivocally appears to be the work of the pneses.
Page 174 - ... to adjectives and other words derived from proper names when they have a direct reference to the person, place, etc. from which they are derived; to the first word of every quoted title...
Page 174 - The title is to be an exact transcript from the titlepage, neither amended, translated, nor in any way altered, except that mottoes, repetitions, and matter of any kind not essential may be omitted, omissions to be indicated by a group of three dots (...). The typography and punctuation of the title need not be strictly adhered to.
Page 176 - English and French surnames beginning with a prefix (except the French de and d') are to be recorded under the prefix; in other languages under the word following.
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Page 164 - To know wisdom and instruction ; to perceive the words of understanding; to receive the instruction of wisdom, justice, and judgment, and equity; to give subtilty to the simple, to the young man knowledge and discretion...