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Dewey, Melvil 



Decimal classification 
Standard (15th) Edition 



Lake Placid Club, N.Y. 



[1951] 



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DECIMAL 






CLASSIFICATION 



Devised by 



MELVIL DEWEY 



STANDARD (15TH) EDITION 




FOREST PRESS INC 



LAKE PLACID CLUB 



NEW YORK 



ift 



Foreword to Standard Edition 



COPYRIGHT BY 

MELVIL DEWEY 

1876, 1885, 1911, 1913, 1915, 1919 

LIBRARY BUREAU 

1888, 1891, 1894, 1899 

LAKE PLACID CLUB EDUCATION FOUNDATION 

1922, 1927, 1932, 1942 

FOREST PRESS INC 

1951 



ALMOST nine years ago, in the Foreword to the 14th Edition, we 
expressed our expectation that "at some future date a so-called Library 
Standard Edition of the Decimal Classification" would be published. 
Now we are happy to put that long awaited volume into the hands of 
the library profession, and of the many other individuals who have so 
long found "Dewey" useful. Since in all probability there will never 
be a "last" edition of the DC, we earnestly request all users to give 
us the benefit of their criticism in order that sometime our successors 
may actually bring out "the perfect book." 

Note was made in the 14th Edition of the committee which was 
created in 1937 for the purpose of making this work more responsive 
to the needs of librarians and other classifiers. Only three members of 
the original committee remain: Arthur E. Bestor died in 1944; Miss 
Ruth D. McCollough and Dr. Harriet D. MacPherson found it neces- 
sary to devote themselves to other duties. We are grateful to them for 
services rendered. The committee as it now stands is listed below: 



THIS BOOK WAS COMPOSED, PRINTED AND BOUND 

IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 
AT KINGSPORT PRESS, INC., KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE 



GODFREY DEWEY 
T. HARVEY FERRIS 



WILLIAM DODGE LEWIS 



MRS. ELIZABETH SEYMOUR RADTKE 



EVELYN MILDRED HENSEL FREMONT RIDER 

MILTON JAMES FERGUSON, Chakman 



DEO. B. COLBURN, Secretary 

As is more or less inevitable in an organization which has no endow- 
ment upon which it may depend, after the 1942 book was issued the 
editorial staff found other interests; and the wheels practically ceased 
to turn. Something like $58,000 had been expended in revising and 
publishing the 14th Edition, and that money, for lack of a better 
term, was profit from the sale of the preceding edition. Under the 



Foiewoid to Standard Edition 



VI 



VII 



Foreword to Standard Edition 



terms of Melvil Dewey's provision for the continuance of the DC, 
any profit derived from the sale of the book was to be put into revision 
of new editions and the promotion of the use of the system through- 
out the world. No dividends have ever been paid to any person or 
institution. Despite the fact that the above mentioned rather consid- 
erable sum had been spent on the 14th Edition, in March 1942 when 
the new book was published the treasury still showed a balance of 
$31,000. It seemed appropriate to begin to make plans for a "Dewey" 
which should be completely revised to meet our understanding of the 
library profession's desires. (Just as matter of record, perhaps, it may 
not be inappropriate to note that the cost of the Standard Edition ran 

to more than $100,000.) 

In December 1944, Mrs. Esther P. Potter was employed as Director 
of a new staff which was given the difficult undertaking of modern- 
izing the DC. During the more than five years the staflf was thus 
engaged it has changed surprisingly little. The following professional 
workers were on Mrs. Potter's staff at the conclusion of the revision: 
Misses Sarah C. France and Helen L. Purdum, and Mrs. Eleanor 

Hungerford. 

On March 1, 1949, 1 retired as a professional librarian and assumed 
the post of Editor, in addition to the chairmanship of the committee. 

The Director in the course of her services has conferred with many 
librarians and members of other professions, she has attended many 
conferences, and has distributed many questionnaires — most of which 
came back. An attempt has been made in the brochure heretofore 
distributed to pay tribute to all those persons and societies so helpful 
in the production of the Standard Edition. It was truly a cooperative 
task; and if it fairly well achieves the degree of usefulness so earnestly 
desired, great credit will be due our colleagues and friends who be- 
cause of their number must here remain unnamed. 

Special mention, as a class, must be made of the American Library 
Association Committees whose members have interpreted for us the 
needs of varying kinds and sizes of libraries. Members of the Division 
of Cataloging and Classification Regional groups, in their criticisms 



of earlier editions, furnished a realistic basis for our revisions. The 
Advisory Sub-committee for Dewey Classification, in its detailed criti- 
cisms of revision, has given us opportunity to correct errors of judg- 
ment. 

That the subject matter contained in some of the new expansions 
and also in the more drastic revisions is correct and in perspective is 
due in large degree to the Special Libraries Association. 

Our gratitude to the Librarian of Congress cannot be too strongly 
expressed. He has assigned us space which he himself could have used 
for other purposes; and his staff has unfailingly aided us in our work. 
Our location in the Library of Congress has enabled us to use its vast 
resources in books and print and to estimate approximately the vol- 
ume of literature falling into any class; for it is obvious that a number 
without a book is wasted effort. The government offices in Washing- 
ton, too, have been responsive to our call for assistance. 

No attempt is herein made to praise Melvil Dewey, or to fix his 
place in the intellectual world. This book is his monument; he needs 
no further title or acclaim. 



MILTON JAMES FERGUSON 

CHAIRMAN AND EDITOR 



Introduction 



HISTORY 

THE CONFUSION of the contents of the Amherst College Library 
in 1872 must have presented to Melvil Dewey, Student Library As- 
sistant, the same challenge as that of his mother's pantry when, at the 
age of five, he rearranged it systematically. Always an enthusiastic re- 
former, and urged on by his hatred of waste of time, it probably did 
not seem to him unusual that at 20 he should try to bring order out of 
chaos, a situation which evidently had been of little concern to his 
predecessors. Ultimately, in solving the problem at Amherst, he 
achieved some degree of order for a vast number of libraries the world 
over. 

After study of the classifications of knowledge as conceived by 
Aristotle, Bacon, Locke, and other philosophers, and the recently pub- 
lished library classifications of Schwartz and Harris, Dewey decided to 
use a scheme of arranging books by subject based upon Harris' inver- 
sion of the Baconian order of History, Poesy, and Philosophy. This 
decision to use a subject arrangement was a radical departure from 
the almost universal practice of arranging books alphabetically or by 
size, color, or accession. 

The problem of devising a simple scheme of notation was possibly 
more difficult than deciding upon the plan of arrangement. None of 
the philosophic classifications used such a device. The Schwartz 
scheme was complicated by the addition of symbols for size, and the 
Harris notation provided only for classes, not single books. Dewey's 
visits to libraries in New York and New England revealed only how 
much need there was for an efficient system. The three existing 
schemes for decimal arrangement of books, du Maine's in 1583, the 
Glasgow, circa 1790, and the Shurtleff in 1856, evidently did not im- 
press Dewey. All three were based upon numbering shelves rather 
than books. In a moment of inspiration, bom of intensive study and 

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Introduction 



XI 



Introduction 



thought, came the solution which now seems so simple, the applica- 
tion of Arabic numerals used decimally as notation for books arranged 

by subject. 

The Amherst Library Committee must have been somewhat star- 
tled to receive from a student assistant three papers proposing, not 
only a revolutionary classification scheme for the library, but also a 
carefully considered account of its merits and how it was especially 
adapted to the needs of the Amherst Library. They approved the pro- 
posal, and with the advice and help of others, the following three 
years were devoted to improving and extending the original plan and 
in reorganizing and classifying the library. 

In 1876 "A Classification and Subject Index for Cataloguing and 
Arranging the Books and Pamphlets of a Library," an improved and 
amplified version of the original plan, was pubUshed anonymously. 
In the years that followed, Dewey was instrumental in establishing a 
number of library organizations which, in turn, contributed to the 
success of the new classification. Almost simultaneously with the pub- 
lication of the classification, the American Library Association and an 
organization later to be known as the Library Bureau were founded. 
The "Library Journal" issued its first number in the same year. Eleven 
years later, the first library school was opened at Columbia. Thus, 
for the first time, the library profession was given a multiplicity of 
outlets for the expression and propagation of its increasingly liberal 
concept of the function of libraries and the resultant necessity for 
efficient library operation. 

In its radical departure from the old order, the Decimal Classifica- 
tion was wonderfully fitted to the progressive spirit of this period of 
transition. It never lacked adherents, and they never lacked channels 
for spreading their enthusiasm. How widespread its use and popularity 
in the United States had become is well illustrated by the creation in 
1930, because of popular demand, of a section in the Library of Con- 
gress for the purpose of assigning Decimal Classification numbers to 
books which libraries using the scheme might be expected to purchase. 
The most recent estimate of its use in the United States is taken from 



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statistics compiled for the American Library Directory, published in 
1945. At that time 96 per cent of the public libraries, 89 per cent of 
the college and university libraries, and 64 per cent of the special 
libraries reporting used the system. 

Use of the classification has spread outside the United States to 
Latin America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia. In part, it has been 
translated into Chinese, Japanese, French, German, Italian, Spanish, 
Portuguese, Norwegian, Russian, Hungarian, and Bohemian. 

Some impetus to this general acceptance was given by the Institut 
Intemational de Bibliographic in 1895, when it decided to use the DC 
as the basis for a bibliographic classification for its intemational sub- 
ject index. In 1905 the Institut published the "Classification Deci- 
male,'' using the basic plan of the DC expanded considerably and 
employing supplementary use of symbols to designate subject relation- 
ships. In 1927-29 a revision was published under a slightly different 
title, "Classification Decimale Universelle." Both of these are referred 
to interchangeably as the CD, the UDC, and the Brussels. They have 
been translated in abridged form from the French into Dutch, Swed- 
ish, German, and English. Differences have appeared between the DC 
and the CD, due principally to the more complex demands of a bib- 
liographic classification, but the basis is still fundamentally that of 
Dewey. 

THE DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION 

The plan of the classification has remained the same in all fourteen 
revisions. The Tables of classification provide an infinitely divisible 
scheme of organization based upon a relative grouping of like subjects 
numbered decimally. The Index is an alphabetical listing of subjects 
with reference to the class number under which they may be found 
in the Tables. 

THE TABLES 

Subject matter is divided into nine main classes numbered by digits 
1 to 9. Material too general to belong to any one of these classes is 



Introduction 



Xll 



numbered and forms a tenth class which, however, is placed first 
The classes are written in three figures; thus class 000 is General 
works; class 100 is Philosophy; 200, Religion; 300, Social sciences; 400 
Linguistics; 500, Pure science; 600, Applied science; 700, Arts and 
Recreation, 800, Literature; and 900, History. 

Each of these main classes is divided into nine divisions numbered 
1 to 9, while a tenth for general material, belonging to no one of the 
divisions, is provided by retaining the two ciphers. Thus 720 is the 
number for Architecture, one of the divisions of Fine arts, which is 

"700- ^ ex. ^ 

Further subdivision may be made by amplifying each of the ten 

divisions in the same manner. Thus 722 is the number for Anc^nt 
architecture, which is a section of Architecture (720), in itself a divi- 
sion of Fine arts (700), one of the main classes. Such decimal sub- 
division may be repeated until there are as many subsections as are 
needed. An example of this principle carried to an extreme may be 
found in the 14th Edition, which uses 621.384115523 as the number 
for material on Meteorological influences on radio transmission in the 
tropics. Numbers of such length will not be found in the Standard 
Edition, which aims to provide a system of classifying books, not a 
detailed outline of knowledge. 

Fremont Rider, in his "Melvil Dewey," has noted some of the difh- 
culties of maintaining the practical qualities of the system. "Num- 
bers," he says, "are fascinating things; and there have been, over the 
years, many would-be experts in classification who have not realized 
that,' because a certain amount of classification is a good thing, an 
indefinitely larger amount of it is not necessarily better. It should have 
been obvious that the more detailed a classification is made, the more 
quickly it tends to become obsolete; that the more complex it is made, 
the more its original easily grasped simplicity becomes lost." 

The basic plan of the Decimal Classification is a division by subject 
and an orderly progression from the general to the specific. Three of 
the main classes, however, show variations from the plan of subject 
subdivision. Class 400, Language, and Class 800, Literature, are di- 



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Introduction 



vided linguistically; e.g. 450 is Italian language; 850 is Italian litera- 
ture. The primary division of 900, History, is a topographical one, 
first by continent, then by countries, e.g. 945, Italian history, the 
figure 4 meaning Europe, and 5 meaning Italy. The repeated meaning 
of the figure 5 in 450, 850, and 945 indicates that the number for Italy 
is always 5. 

Two provisions have been made for anangement where considera- 
tion of the form or style in which the book is written, as well as the 
subject, is important, e.g. for dictionaries, poetry. A method of sub- 
dividing has been provided which is applicable to any class, division, 
section, or subsection in which there is sufficient material to make 
such division desirable, e.g. History of Italian drama 852.09. These 
areas follows: 



01 Philosophy, theory 

02 Compends, outlines 

03 Dictionaries, encyclopedias 

04 Essays, lectures 

05 Periodicals 



06 Societies, transactions 

07 Study, teaching, education 

08 Collections 

09 History 



If the number to which these form divisions are to be added ends 
in 0, one zero should be dropped before the form number is added, 
e.g. a zoological magazine is 590.5, not 590.05. If the number result- 
ing from the addition of the form division has been assigned another 
meaning in the Tables, an extra is added, e.g. a periodical on Eng- 
lish history is 942.005, not 942.05, which the Tables give as the num- 
ber for England in the time of the Tudors. 

The second provision for arrangement by style of writing is a series 
of numbers which may be applied to any piece of literary material. 
These are as follows: 



1 Poetry 

2 Drama 

3 Fiction 

4 Essays 



5 Oratory 

6 Letters 

7 Satire and humor 

8 Miscellany 



Introduction 



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851 is Italian poetry, the figure 8 meaning Literature, 5 meaning Italy, 
and 1 meaning poetry. This example illustrates, not only the use of the 
form division, but also the linguistic division for literature. 

While the linguistic and topographic form divisions are helpful in 
quick classifying because of their mnemonic features, they are aids and 
not regular methods. While Italy or Italian is always 5, the number 
5 is not always Italy or Italian, as it is also used for periodicals, oratory, 
or any other subject the practical development of the tables demands. 
The mnemonic devices occur in several hundred places in the classi- 
fication and allow for close classification with a minimum expenditure 
of time and effort. 

THE INDEX 

Each item in the Index is followed by a number which refers the 
user to the location of that subject in the Tables. The terminology of 
the Index is in terms both of current popular usage and of the subject 
specialist. Synonymous wording is used wherever it seems practi- 
cable. 

The Tables are followed by an alphabetically arranged Index in 
which reference by class number is made to the exact location of a 
subject in the Tables. As subjects are seldom thought of in exactly 
identical terminology, the entries are in terms of current usage or 
those which belong to the terminology of the subject. It is not safe to 
assume that the Index, which is planned only as a key to the Tables, 
furnishes the final answer to any classification problem. The Tables 
must be consulted after the clue has been supplied by the Index. 



SUGGESTIONS TO THE USER 

HOW TO USE THE TABLES AND INDEX 

It is wise to learn the ten main classes. Knowledge of the hundred 
divisions and numerous sections and subsections should follow grad- 



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ually from use, without the necessity of special study, and will result 
more quickly if the Tables are used rather than the Index. Locating 
the subject of a book within the scope of its main class brings famili- 
arity with the class as a whole. When the Tables are used in this way, 
the Index should be checked to verify the result obtained. 

HOW TO DETERMINE THE SUBJECT OF A BOOK 

There are several methods of deciding upon the subject of a book. 
These may be used in varying combinations where the subject is 
obscure. 

Title — The title often indicates what the book is about. However, 
it is sometimes misleading; in consequence, some further method 
should be used as a check. 

Table of contents — This is usually an excellent guide to the subject 
of a book. 

Chapter headings — If there is no table of contents, chapter head- 
ings or marginal notes are likely to give a good indication of the 
contents. 

Preface — It is always wise to scan the preface for the author's point 
of view, even if it merely verifies your decision already based upon 
some other aid. 

Reference books — Information regarding the subject of the book 
may be obtained from bibliographies, catalogs, biographical dic- 
tionaries, histories of literature, encyclopedias, reviews. 

Subject matter — An exhaustive examination of the subject matter 
of the book itself will probably solve the problem. 

Speciahsts — Experts should be consulted when all other methods 
fail, and sometimes for verification of a tentative decision. 



HOW TO ASSIGN THE CLASS NUMBER 

When the subject of the book has been decided upon, its number 
may be found in the Tables either by using them directly or by means 



Introduction 



XVI 



of the Index. Even if one is quite familiar with the classification, 
decisions based upon direct use of the Tables should be checked with 
the Index. It shows relationship and subordination, and often presents 
a choice of points of view. This method makes possible a much more 
accurate classification of the book than when only one portion of the 

Tables is used. 

The basic principle involved in the assignment of the class number 
is that of usefulness. As libraries differ and the people using them are 
never alike, the decision as to where a book will be of the greatest 
value must be the responsibility of the individual classifier. The 
majority of books present no very complicated problem. There can 
be only a remote possibility that an elementary physics book could 
be more useful in some other class than Physics. But, would a bibli- 
ography of physics be of more use in the Bibliography section or with 
the Physics books? The decision must be based upon an accurate 
knowledge of the aims of the individual library, and that can be 
gained only by the classifier's own experience, not by rules set down 

here. 

The contents of the book, not its form or wording of the title, 
should usually determine its number. The content of a History of art 
is primarily Art, not History, and such a book would be most useful 

in the Art section. 

Each library should formulate a general policy concerning the length 
of numbers it will use, based not only upon the present size and type 
of its collection, but also upon an estimate of what its collection will 
be in the future. This policy should, however, be flexible so that the 
most useful numbers may be utilized even if they violate the policy. 
There has been much controversy about broad versus close classifica- 
tion, but the present trend in libraries is to limit the number wher- 
ever' it is feasible to five or six digits. The class number chosen should 
be the most specific, which will contain the subject of the book and 
yet remain reasonably within the library's length-of-number policy. 
A library with a five-digit policy would probably choose as "the most 
specific number" 671.52 for a book on Electric arc welding. A larger 



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or more specialized library with a six-digit policy might use 671.521 or 
even 671.5211 as "the most specific number." In either case, the main 
heading, 671 Metal Manufactures, or 671.5 Joining and Cutting, is 

not sufficiently specific. 

When a book treats of two or three subjects, assign it to the class 
in which it will be most valuable. The other subject or subjects may 
be taken care of in the catalog by means of added entry cards. If a 
decision regarding this type of book cannot be based on the principle 
of use, assign the class number to the first subject treated in the book. 

When a book treats about equally four or more sections of a divi- 
sion, give it the division number, e.g. a book discussing light, heat, 
sound, mechanics would be given the division number of 530. 

Unless the library's policy prevents, separate and classify as separate 
items: libraries, special collections, sets. 

Translations, reviews, keys, analyses, and other works about specific 
books should be assigned the class number of the original book. 

The classifier may save much time by consulting the number which 
may already have been assigned to the book. DC numbers may be 
found on Library of Congress cards, Wilson cards, in A. L. A. Book 
List, Book Review Digest, Standard Catalog series. Children's Catalog. 

A record of all difficulties and decisions should be made for the 
sake of uniformity and future efficiency. These notes should be written 
in the Tables, in an interleaved copy, or arranged by class number in 
a file. 



BOOK NUMBERS 

In many libraries the call number, by which the book is arranged on 
the shelves and called for, includes a book number in addition to the 
class number. While the class number distinguishes books on one 
subject from those on another, the book number distinguishes each 
book from all others in the same class. 

Probably the most widely used system of book numbers is the 
Cutter Sanborn. In these tables the author's name is represented by 



Introduction 



XVlll 



its initial with the remaining letters translated into numbers, e.g. 
Freeman, F 85. Books on the same subject are arranged alphabetically 
under the class usually by author heading or, as in the case of Biog- 
raphy, alphabetically by the subject of the biography. Other book 
number schemes were included in the 11, 12, 13 Editions of the 
Decimal Classification. One was a table of numbers for certain well- 
known authors, and the other, a translation system of dates so that 
books in the sciences, where date of publication is of importance, may 
be arranged chronologically by date of first publication. 
The Borden book number scheme is also widely used. 



VARIATIONS FROM THE PUBLISHED TABLES 

The Tables, as they are developed in this edition, represent the 
Editorial Office's concept of what a medium-size general library might 
need to classify its collection. Obviously, it will be too minutely sub- 
divided for many small and some medium-size libraries, and some 
very large or highly specialized libraries may not find it sufficiently 

minute. 

It remains, then, for each library to consider carefully whether the 
printed Tables may be used successfully to classify its collection. This 
decision will be easier if the fundamental purpose of book classifica- 
tion is constantly kept in mind. Book classification is essentially 
functional, a medium of location, not a philosophical system. It may 
also be helpful to remember that specialists seldom agree regarding 
the organization of their subject. A decision regarding the necessity 
of expansion should result in a request to the Editorial OfEce for an 
official expansion. If one is not immediately available, the broad clas- 
sification should be made to serve until the official expansion is ready. 
A good expansion takes a great amount of time and expense for study, 
research, interviewing, and correspondence, and necessitates a broad 
and dispassionate over-all approach. Such a project is generally of too 
great magnitude for the majority of librarians with their multiplicity 
of other duties. If, after considering these points, the Tables seem 



XIX 



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unsatisfactory, and the temptation to make changes or expansions is 
great, remember that once the change is made, whether good or bad, 
the library, because of the expense of reclassifying, will be saddled 
with it indefinitely, unable to make use of official expansions and 
improvements in successive editions. 

There are ways of simplifying the Tables, which the Editorial Office 
not only suggests but recommends, as sensible time-saving devices 
especially for small libraries. Certain of these, such as the combining 
of subjects, the substitution of B for the class number for Biography, 
the use of book numbers or letters instead of long numerical divisions, 
and the omission of a class number in the case of Fiction, may be 
found at the beginning of specific subjects. 

Two other recommended modifications follow: Children's books 
may be distinguished from the adult collection by the use of J for 
fiction and J plus the class number for nonfiction, e.g. J 942 Child's 

history of England. 

In order that reference books may be easily distinguished from those 
which circulate, R usually precedes the call number or stands above it. 



USES 

It is quite feasible by using only the main classes, divisions, and 
sections, to classify very adequately small collections, whether in 
private, or in public, school, or college libraries. It is also equally pos- 
sible for large or special libraries to use the Tables. Acceptance by 
these libraries, many of which have felt the necessity of finely devel- 
oped classification schemes, involves the concept of classification as 
a means of grouping material in as close relationship as is efficient, 
leaving to a catalog the function of minute description of the book 
and analysis of its contents. The Editorial Office feels very strongly 
that in a rapidly changing world such as ours it is unwise to do more 
than group broadly, particularly in the Social, Pure, and Applied 
sciences. It is comparatively simple to correct a subject heading on a 
catalog card when further investigation proves that the Hottentot and 



Introduction 



XX 



Bushmen's languages belong to the same rather than two separate 
families, or when changing emphasis, such as Electronics as an inclu- 
sive term for communication, throws out all the subdivisions under 
the old concept of Radio. To change the numbers on all of the books 
or documents, with all of their attendant book and catalog cards, is 
not a simple matter. 

With the passing years a much wider use of the classification has 
come about than was originally conceived. Book stores and book 
exhibitors have found it a convenient and profitable way of arranging 
their stock. Business and industrial concerns and government offices 
have found in it a good solution to the problem posed by correspond- 
ence files which have become too large and unwieldy for straight 
alphabetic arrangement. In fact, any file, whether it is composed of 
pamphlets, documents, monographs, clippings, photographs, slides, 
or films, may well be organized by the Decimal Classification. 



THE STANDARD EDITION 

In point of chronological sequence, this edition is the fifteenth. To 
name it the fifteenth, however, would imply that it is but another in 
the long succession of revisions which only partially satisfied the 
demands created by constantly increasing knowledge. More truly de- 
scriptive is the name Standard Library Edition. 

In 1945 the pattern of the new revision was furnished by instructors 
in library schools and by librarians in a variety of libraries in North 
and South America and Great Britain. In accordance with their advice, 
the new edition is a complete revision, each schedule having been 
studied and rewritten in the light of new information, changing con- 
cepts and terminology, and Simplified spelling has been abandoned, 
except for the twelve words adopted by the N. E. A. 

The revision is designed to meet the needs of the greatest number 
of libraries. As the ''greatest number" ranges from small to moderately 
large general libraries, the tables are evenly and broadly expanded. 
Overelaboration, which too often appeared in parts of previous edi- 



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tions, has been avoided. Numbers for which no book can be found 
have been omitted. To insure its fitness for classifying books in such 
libraries, each table has been scrutinized before its incorporation in 
this edition, not only by subject experts, but by librarians in public 
and university libraries of varying sizes. 

In order that the reference value contained in the bibliographic 
fulness of some of the older editions may not be lost in less detailed 
expansions, liberal use has been made of definitions and scope notes in 
the Standard. So that its use may be simplified, definite recommenda- 
tions are made when the possibility of alternative numbers arises. As 
reclassification is both a physical and financial impossibility for most 
libraries, no very drastic changes appear in the Standard. When it has 
seemed necessary for reasons of correction to use a number other than 
the original, the new classification is built upon a hitherto unused 
number. The old number is retained, but with the advice that use of 
the new classification is recommended. 

Much unnecessary material has been omitted in the process of 
simplification. Punctuation has been reduced to a minimum; etc. has 
been omitted in confidence that the user will realize that no listings 
can possibly be complete. **May be divided like," except geographi- 
cally, and other advice concerning subdivisions have been eliminated 
from' almost all tables in the belief that the user does not need to be 
told how to arrange his collection. 



First Summary 



000 


General Works 


500 


Pure Science 


100 


Philosophy 


600 


Applied Science 


200 


Religion 


700 


Arts and Recreation 


300 


Social Sciences 


800 


Literature 


400 


Linguistics 


900 


History 



xxm 



Second Summary 



000 General Works 

010 Bibliographical Science and Technique 

020 Library Science 

030 General Encyclopedias 

040 General Collected Essays 

050 General Periodicals 

060 General Societies Museums 

070 Journalism 

080 Collected Works 

090 Book Rarities 

100 Philosophy Esthetics 

110 Metaphysics 

120 Metaphysical Theories 

130 Fields of Psychology 

150 Psychology 

160 Logic 

170 Ethics 

180 Oriental and Ancient Philosophy 

190 Modern Philosophy 



200 Religion 

210 Natural Religion 

220 Bible 

230 Systematic or Doctrinal Theology 

240 Devotional Theology 

250 Pastoral Theology 



XXIV 



XXV 


Second Summary 


260 


Ecclesiastical Theology 


270 


Christian Church History 


280 


Christian Churches and Sects 


290 


Non-Christian Religions 


300 : 


Social Sciences Sociology 


310 


Statistics 


320 


Political Science 


330 


Economics 


340 


Law 


350 


Public Administration 


360 


Social Welfare 


370 


Education 


380 


Commerce 


390 


Customs 


400 


Linguistics 


410 


Comparative Linguistics 


420 


English Language 


430 


German Germanic Languages 


440 


French Provengal 


450 


Italian Rumanian 


460 


Spanish Portuguese 


470 


Latin Other Italic 


480 


Greek Hellenic Group 


490 


Other Languages 


500 


Pure Science 


510 


Mathematics 


520 


Astronomy 


530 


Physics 



Decimal Classification 



XXVI 



xxvii 



Second Summary 



540 


Chemistry Crystallography Mineralogy 


550 


Earth Sciences 


560 


Paleontology 


570 


Biological Sciences 


580 


Botany 


590 


Zoology 


600 


Applied Science 


610 


Medical Sciences 


620 


Engineering 


630 


Agriculture 


640 


Home Economics 


650 


Business and Business Methods 


660 


Chemical Technology Industrial Chemistry 


670 


Manufactures, Continued 


680 


Manufactures, Continued 


690 


Building Construction 


700 


Arts and Recreation 


710 


Landscape Architecture 


720 


Architecture 


730 


Sculpture 


740 


Drawing Decorative Art 


750 


Painting 


760 


Prints and Print Making 


770 


Photography 


780 


Music 


790 


Recreation 



820 
830 
840 
850 
860 
870 
880 
890 



900 
910 
920 
930 
940 
950 
960 
970 
980 
990 



English Literature 

German and Other Germanic Literatures 
French, Provengal, Catalan Literatures 
Italian, Rumanian, Romansch Literatures 
Spanish and Portuguese Literatures 
Latin and Other Italic Literatures 
Greek and Hellenic Group Literatures 
Literature of Other Languages 



History 

Geography 

Biography 

Ancient World History 

European History 

History of Asia 

African History 

North American History 

South American History 

History of Oceania 



800 Literature 

810 American Literature 



Third Summary 



000 GENERAL WORKS 

001 Knowledge Learning Scholarship 

002 The Book 



010 
Oil 
012 
013 
014 

015 
016 

020 
021 

022 
023 
024 
025 
026 
027 
028 
029 

030 
031 
032 
033 



Bibliographical Science and Technique 

Universal and General Bibliographies 
Bibliographies of Individuals 
Bibliographies of Special Classes of Writers 
Bibliographies of Anonymous and Pseudonymous 

works 

National Bibliographies 

Subject Bibliographies 



Library Science 

Libraries Establishment and Purpose 

Relations 

Library Buildings 

Library Personnel 

Rules for Users of Libraries 

Administration 

Special Libraries Special Collections 

General Libraries 

Reading and Reading Guidance 

Literary Methods 

General Encyclopedias 

American 

English 

German 

xxviii 



Public 



xxix 




Third Summary 


034 


French 




035 


Italian 




036 


Spanish 




037 


Russian 




038 


Scandinavian 




039 


Other 





040 General Collected Essays 



050 


General Periodicals 


060 


General Societies 


069 


Museums 


070 


Journalism 


071 


Newspapers in America 


072 


Newspapers in England 


073 


Newspapers in Germany 


074 


Newspapers in France 


075 


Newspapers in Italy 


076 


Newspapers in Spain 


077 


Newspapers in Russia 


078 


Newspapers in Scandinavia 


079 


History of Individual Newspapers and of Ne 




of Countries not Provided for Above 


080 


Collected Works 


081 


Collected Works of Individual Authors 


082 


Collected Works of Several Authors 


090 


Book Rarities 


091 


Manuscripts 


092 


Block Books 


093 


Incunabula 



Decimal Classification 



XXX 



094 
095 
096 
097 
098 

099 



Rare Printing 

Rare Binding 

Rare Illustrations or Materials 

Book Plates Ex Libris 

Other Kinds of Rarities Based on Intrinsic 

Characteristics 

Other Kinds of Rarities Based on Extrinsic 

Characteristics 



100 PHILOSOPHY 

101 Esthetics 

109 History of Philosophy 



110 


Metaphysics 


111 


Ontology 


112 


Methodology 


113 


Cosmology 


120 


Metaphysical Theories 


121 


Episteniology 


123 


Freedom 


124 


Teleology 


130 


Fields of Psychology 


131 


Psychosomatics 


132 


Abnormal Psychology 


133 


Occultism 


134 


Hypnotism Mesmerism 


135 


Dreams 


136 


Genetic Psychology 


137 


Individual Psychology 


138 


Physiognomy 


139 


Phrenology 



xxxi 


Third Summary 


150 


Psychology 


151 


Intelligence 


152 


Sensation Perception 


153 


Cognition 


154 


Memory Learning 


155 


Imagination 


156 


Intuition 


157 


Emotion 


158 


Conation Movement 


159 


' Motivation 


160 


Logic 


161 


Induction and Scientific Method 


162 


Deduction 


164 


Systems of Logic 


170 


Ethics 


171 


'i'heoretical Ethics 


177 


Social or Applied Ethics 


179 


Individual Ethics 


180 


Oriental and Ancient Philosophy 


181 


Oriental Philosophy 


182 


Pre-Socratic Philosophy 


183 


Sophism and Socratic Philosophy 


184 


Platonic Philosophy 


185 


Aristotelian Philosophy 


186 


Scepticism and Neo-Platonisiu 


187 


Epicureanism 


188 


Stoicism 


189 


Medieval Philosophy 


190 


Modern Philosophy 


191 


American Philosophy 



Decimal ChssiEcation 



xxxii 



192 
193 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 



British Philosophy 

German Philosophy 

French Philosophy 

Italian Philosophy 

Spanish and Portuguese Philosophy 

Russian Philosophy 

Scandinavian Philosophy 

Other Modern Philosophies 



200 RELIGION 



210 


Natural Religion 


211 


Deism Atheism Theism 


212 


Pantheism Theosophy 


213 


Creation 


215 


ReUgion and Science 


218 


Immortahty 


220 


Bible 


221 


Old Testament 


222 


Historical Books 


223 


Poetic Books 


224 


Prophetic Books 


225 


New 'i'estament 


226 


Gospels and Acts 


227 


Epistles 


228 


Apocalypse Revelation 


229 


Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha 


230 


Systematic or Doctrinal Theology 


231 


God 


232 


Christology 


233 


Man 



xxxiii 


Third Summary 


234 


Soteriology 


235 


Saints Angels Devils 


236 


Eschatology 


237 


Future Life 


238 


Statement of Fundamental Religious Belief 


239 


Apologetics 


240 


Devorional Theology 


241 


Moral Theology 


242 


Meditation 


244 


Stories Allegories Satires 


245 


Hymnology 


246 


Christian Symbolism 


247 


Esthetics in the Church 


248 


Personal Religion 


249 


Family Devotions 


250 


Pastoral Theology 


251 


Honiiletics 


252 


Sermons 


253 


Pastor 


254 


Church Administration 


258 


Social Welfare Work of Church 


259 


Group Organizations and Leadership 


260 


F.cclesiastical Theology 


261 


Christian Social Theology 


262 


Church Government 


263 


Christian Sabbath 


264 


Public Worship 


265 


Sacraments 


266 


Missions 


267 


Religious Associations 


268 


Religious Education 


269 


Evangelism 



Decimal Classification 



xxxiv 



270 Christian Church History 

271 Religious Orders 

274-279 History of Christian Church in Specific Countries 

280 Christian Churches and Sects • 

281 Primitive Churches 

282 Roman Cathohc Church 

283 AngHcan Church 

284 Protestantism 

285 Presbyterianism, Congregationahsm and Reformed 

Bodies 

286 Baptist Churches and Other Immersionist Sects 

287 Methodism 

288 Unitarianism 

289 Other Christian Sects 

290 Non-Christian ReUgions 

291 Comparative Mythology 

292 Greek and Roman Religion and Mythology 

293 Teutonic and Northern Religion and Mythology 

294 Buddhism and Brahmanism 

295 Non-Semitic Asiatic Religions 

296 Judaism 

297 Mohammedanism 

298 Semitic and Other Non-Christian Religions 



300 SOCIAL SCIENCES 

301 Sociology 

309 History of Social Sciences 



310 Statistics 

311 Statistical Method 

312 Demography 



XXXV 


Third Suiiiuiary 


320 


Political Science 


321 


Form of State and Government 


322 


Province and Function of State and Government 


323 


Relations of State to Individuals or Groups 


324 


Elections and Suffrage 


325 


International Migration and Colonization 


326 


Slavery 


327 


International Relations 


328 


Legislation 


329 


Political Parties 


330 


F.conomics 


331 


Labor and Labor Problems 


332 


Money, Credit and Banking 


333 


Land Economics 


334 


Cooperation 


335 


Collectivistic Systems 


336 


Public Finance 


337 


'Tariff Policy 


338 


Production and Prices or Planning 


339 


Income and Wealth 


340 


Law 


341 


International Law 


342 


Constitutional Law 


343 


Criminal Law 


344 


Administrative Law 


345 


U. S. Statutes and Cases 


346 


British Statutes and Cases 


347 


Treatises 


349 


Law Other Than American and British 


350 


Public Administration 


351 


Problems of Public Administration 



Decimal Classification 



xxxvi 



352 
353 

354 



Administration of Local Government 
Administration of United States Federal and State 
Executive Government 
Administration of Executive Government Other 

Than United States 



355 


Elements ot Wartare 


356 


Ground Forces and Services 


357 


Cavalry 


358 


Air Forces and Services 


359 


Naval Forces 


360 


Social Welfare 


361 


Social Work and Social Agencies 


362 


Welfare Services 


364 


Criminology 


365 


Penology 


366 


Associations 


367 


Social Clubs 


368 


Insurance 


369 


Other Associations and Institutions 


370 


Education 


371 


Teaching 


372 


Elementary Education 


373 


Secondary Education 


374 


Adult Education 


375 


Curriculum Course of Study 


376 


Education of Women 


377 


Religious and Moral Education 


378 


College and University Education 


379 


Education and the State 


380 


Commerce 


381 


Domestic Trade 



xxxvii 


Third Summary 


382 


International I'rade 


383 


Postal Communication 


384 


Comnmnication 


385 


Transportation 


386 


Inland Waterway Transportation 


387 


Marine Transportation 


387,7 


Air 'i'ransportation 


388 


Highway I'ransportation 


389 


Standardization 


390 


Custouis 


391 


Costume and Accessories 


392 


Customs of Life Cycle 


394 


Political and Social Customs 


395 


Etiquette 


396 


Woman's Position in Society 


397 


Gypsies 


398 


Folklore 


399 


Customs of War 



400 LINGUISTICS 

408 Collections Artificial-universal Languages 

410 Comparative Linguistics 

411 Writing 

412 Etymology Semantics 

413 Lexicography Polyglot Dictionaries 

414 Phonology 

415 Grammar Morphology Syntax 

417 Inscriptions Paleography 

418 Texts 

419 Language Communicated Otherwise Than by Words 
or Letters of an Alphabet 



Decimal Classification 



xxxvui 



420 English Language 

421 Writing 

422 Derivation 

423 Dictionaries 

424 Synonyms 

425 Grammar 

427 Patois Slang Dialectology 

428 Texts for Learning English Language 

429 Old English (Anglo-Saxon), 500-1100 a.d. 



Homonyms Antonyms 



430 German 

439 Germanic Languages 

440 French 
449 Provencal 



450 
459 

460 
469 

470 
479 



480 
489 

490 
491 
492 
493 
494 



Italian 
Rumanian 

Spanish 
Portuguese 

Latin . 

Other Italic Medieval and Modern Latin (Church 

Latin) 

Greek 

Hellenic Group Modem Greek 

Other languages 

Indo-European Languages Indo-Hittite 

Semitic Languages 

Hamitic Languages 

Tunguzic, Mongolic, Turkic, Samoyed, Finno-Ugnc 

and Hyperborean Languages 



XXXIX 



495 
496 
497 
498 
499 



Third Summary 



Sino-Tibetan, Japanese-Korean, Austro-Asiatic 

African Languages 

North American Languages 

South American Languages 

Austroncsian 



500 PURE SCIENCE 



510 


Mathematics 




511 


Arithmetic 




512 


Algebra 




513 


Geometry 




514 


'I'rigonometry 




515 


Descriptive Geometry 




516 


Euclidean Analytic Geometry 


517 


Calculus 




518 


Special Functions 




519 


Probability 




520 


Astronomy 




521 


Celestial Dynamics 




522 


Observatories and Instruments 


523 


Descriptive Astronomy 


Astrophysics 


525 


Earth 




526 


Geodesy 




527 


Celestial Navigation 




528 


Nautical Almanacs 




529 


Measurement of Time 




530 


Physics 




531 


Mechanics of Solids 




532 


Mechanics of Liquids 




533 


Mechanics of Gases 





Decimal Classification 



xl 



534 
535 
536 

537 
539 

540 

541 

542 

543 

544 

545 

546 

547 

548 

549 

550 

551 

552 

553 

554 

555 

556 

557 

558 

559 

560 
561 
562 
563 
564 
565 



Sound 

Optics 

Heat 

Electricity and Magnetism 

Molecular, Nuclear, Atomic Physics 

Chemistry 

Physical Chemistry 

Apparatus and Equipment for Chemical Laboratories 

Analysis 

Qualitative Analysis 

Quantitative Analysis 

Inorganic Chemistry 

Organic Chemistry 
Crystallography 
Mineralogy 

Earth Sciences 

Physical and Dynamic Geology 

Petrology 

Economic and Applied Geology 

Geology of Europe 

Geology of Asia 

Geology of Africa 

Geology of North America 

Geology of South America 

Geology of Oceania and Polar Regions 

Paleontology 

Paleobotany 
Invertebrate Paleozoology 

Protozoa, Porifera, Cnidaria, Echinodermata 

Mollusca and Molluscoidea 

Arthropoda 



xli 


Third Summary 


566 


Vertebrate paleozoology 


567 


Fishes 


568 


Sauropsida (reptiles and birds) 


570 


Biological Sciences 


571 


Archeology 


572 


Anthropology 


573 


Physical anthropology 


574 


Biology 


575 


Evolution 


576 


Microbiology 


578 


Biological Techniques 


579 


Biological and Natural History Collections 


580 


Botany 


581 


Plant Physiology and Morphology. 


582 


Systematic or Taxonomic Botany 


583 


Dicotyledons 


584 


Monocotyledons 


585 


Gymnosperms 


586 


Cryptogams 


587 


Pteridophytes 


588 


Bryophytes 


589 


'I'hallophytes 


590 


Zoology 


591 


General zoology 


592 


Invertebrates 


593.1 


Protozoa 


593.2 


Mesozoa 


593.4 


Porifera 


593.5 


Cnidaria 


593.8 


Ctenophora 


593.9 


Echinodermata 



Decimal Classification 



xlii 



xliii 



Third Summary 



594 


Mollusca and Molluscoidea 


595.1 


Vermes 


595.3 


Crustacea 


595.4 


Arachnida 


595.5 


Onychophora 


595.6 


Myriapoda 


595.7 


Insecta (Hexapoda) 


596 


Chordates 


597 


Fishes 


597.6 


Amphibia 


598.1 


Reptiha 


598.2 


Aves 


599 


Mammals 



600 APPLIED SCIENCE 

608 Patents 

610 Medical Sciences 

611 Anatomy 

612 Human Physiology 

613 Personal Hygiene 

614 Public Health and Preventive Medicine 

615 Therapeutics 

616 Internal and Clinical Medicine 

617 Surgery 

618 Gynecology and Obstetrics 
618.9 Pediatrics 

618.97 Gerontology 

620 Engineering 

621 Mechanical Engineering 

622 Mining Engineering 

623 Military Engineering 



624 Structural Engineering 

625 Transportation Engineering 

627 Hydraulic Engineering 

628 Sanitary Engineering 

629 Other Branches of Engineering 

630 Agriculture 

631 Farm Management 

632 Injurious Factors in Crop Production 

633 Field Crops 

634 Fruit Culture 
634.9 Forestry 

635 Horticulture 

636 Animal Husbandry 

637 Dairy Industry 

638 Bee, Silkworm Culture 

639 Hunting, Fishing Industries 

640 Home Economics 

641 Food 

642 Dining and Entertaining 

643 Home Planning 

646 Clothing and Personal Appearance 

647 Household Organization and Administration 

648 Household Sanitation 

649 Home Care of Children and Home Nursing 

650 Business and Business Methods 

651 Office Management 

652 Writing 

653 Shorthand 

655 Graphic Arts Industries 

657 Accounting 

658 Business Management 

659.1 Advertising, Publicity and Public Relations 



Decimal Classification 



xliv 



xlv 



Third Summary 



660 Chemical Technology Industrial Chemistry 

661 Industrial Chemicals 

662 Explosives Fuel Technology Industrial Carbons 

663 Beverages 

664 Food Manufacture and Processing 

665 Lubricants Petroleum Technology 

666 Ceramic Technology 

667 Cleaning and Bleaching Dyeing 

668 Other Organic Chemical Materials and Products 

669 Metallurgy 

670 Manufactures, Continued 

671 Metal Manufactures 

672 Iron and Steel Iron Alloys 

673 Other Metals and Their Alloys 

674 Lumber Manufactures 

675 Leather and Fur Industries 

676 Pulp, Paper and Cellulose Manufacture 

677 Textile and Other Fiber Manufactures 

678 Rubber Manufactures and Rubber 

679 Other Manufactures 

680 Manufactures, Continued 

682 Small Forge Work 

683 Gunsmithing 

684 Woodworking 

685 Leather Goods Manufacture 

687 Apparel Manufacturing 

688 Small Article Manufacture 

690 Building Construction 

691 Building Construction Materials 

692 Construction Practices 

693 Systems of Building Construction 



694 Wood Construction 

695 Details of Building Construction 

696 Fittings for Building Construction 

697 Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning 

Engineering 

698 Decoration in Building Construction 

700 ARTS AND RECREATION 

701 Philosophy and Theory 

704 Art Essays, Lectures, Addresses 

708 Galleries, Museums and Private Collections 

709 Art History 

710 Landscape Architecture 

711 City Planning 

712 Types of Landscape Design 

713 Landscape Construction and Maintenance 

714 Water Features in Landscape Architecture 

715 Trees, Shrubs and Hedges in Landscape Architecture 

716 Herbaceous Plants or Annuals in Landscape 

Architecture 

717 Structures in Landscape Architecture 

718 Planning of Cemeteries 

719 Planning of Natural Landscape Reservations 

720 Architecture 

722 Ancient Architecture 

723 Medieval Architecture 

724 Modern Architecture 

725 Public Buildings 

726 Ecclesiastical Architecture 

727 Educational Architecture 

728 Domestic Architecture 

729 Architectural Design and Decoration 



Decimal Classification 



xlvi 



Industrial Production 



730 Sculpture 

731 Materials and Methods of Sculpture 

732 Ancient Sculpture (3000 b.c- ) 
Sculpture 

733 Classical Sculpture (1 500 b.c.-476 a.d.) 

734 Christian Sculpture Eastern Sculpture 

735 Modern Sculpture 

736 Carving of Special Materials 

737 Numismatics 

738 Ceramic Sculpture 

739 Metal Sculpture 

740 Drawing Decorative Art 

741 Freehand Drawing 

742 Perspective 

743 Anatomy for Artists 

744 Technical Drafting 
Illustration 

745 Decorative Art and Design 

746 Laces Tapestries Needlework 

747 Interior Decoration 

748 Glassware 

749 Furniture and Accessories 

750 Painting 

751 Materials and Methods of Pamtmg 

752 Color Theory and Practice 

753 Epic Painting 

754 Genre Painting 

755 Religious Painting 

756 Historical Painting 

757 Portraiture 

758 Landscape Still Life 

759 History of Painting 



Primitive 



xJvii 


Thiid Summary 


760 


Prints and Print Making 


761 


Relief Prints 


763 


Surface or Flat Prints 


765 


Metal Engravings 


766 


Aquatints Mezzotints 


767 


Etchings Dry Points 


769 


Collections of Prints 


770 


Photography 


771 


Photographic Materials 


772 


Metallic Salt Processes of Photography 


773 


Pigment Processes of Photography 


778 


Applied Photography 


779 


Collections of Photographs 


780 


Music 


781 


'I'heory and Technique of Music 


782 


Dramatic Music Theater Music 


783 


Church Music 


784 


Vocal Music 


785 


Instrumental Ensembles 


786 


Keyboard Instruments 


787 


String Instruments 


788 


Wind Instruments 


789 


Percussion Instruments Mechanical Reproduction 




of Music 


790 


Recreation 


791 


Shows 


792 


Theater 


793 


Parties Other Entertainment 


794 


Chess Checkers 


795 


Card and Table Games 


796 


Athletics and Sports 



Decimal Classification 



xlviii 



Third Summary 



797 
798 
799 



Aquatic Sports Air Sports 
Equestrian Sports Racing 
Hunting Sports 



800 LITERATURE 



804 

808 
808.8 

809 



Essays Lectures Addresses 

Literary Composition Rhetoric 

Collections from Several Literatures Written Originally 

in Different Languages 

History of Literature 



810 American Literature 



820 


English Literature 


821 


English Poetry 


822 


English Drama 


823 


Enghsh Fiction 


824 


English Essays 


825 


English Oratory 


826 


English Letters 


827 


English Satire and Humor 


828 


English Miscellany 


829 


Old English (Anglo-Saxon) Literature 


830 


German Literature 


839 


Other Germanic Literatures 



840 French Literature 

849 Provencal Literature 
849.9 Catalan Literature 

850 Italian Literature 
859 Rumanian Literature 

859.9 Romansch (Rhetic) Literature 



xlix 

860 Spanish Literature 
869 Portuguese Literature 



870 Latin Literature 

871 Latin Poetry 

872 Latin Dramatic Poetry 

873 Latin Epic Poetry 

874 Latin Lyric Poetry 

875 Latin Oratory 

876 Latin Letters 

877 Latin Satire and Humor 

878 Latin Miscellany 

879 Other Italic, Medieval and Modern Latin Literature 

880 Greek Literature 

881 Greek Poetry 

882 Greek Dramatic Poetry 

883 Greek Epic Poetry 

884 Greek Lyric Poetry 

885 Greek Oratory 

886 Greek Letters 

887 Greek Satire and Humor 

888 Greek Miscellany 

889 Hellenic Group, Modern Greek Literature 

890 Literature of Other Languages 

891 Indo-European Literatures 

892 Semitic Literatures 

893 Hamitic Literatures 

894 Tunguzic, Mongolic, Turkic, Samoyed, Finno-Ugric 
and Hyperborean Literatures 

894.8 Caucasic and Dravidian Literatures 

895 Sino-Tibetan, Japanese-Korean, and Austro-Asiatic 
Literatures 



896 
897 
898 
899 
899.9 



Decimal Classification 



African Literatures 
North Ameriean Literatures 
South American Literatures 
Austronesian Literatures 
Other Literatures 



900 HISTORY 

909 Modern World History 

910 Geography 

911 Human Geography 

912 Atlases 

913 Geography of Ancient World 

914 Geography of Europe 

915 Geography of Asia 

916 Geography of Africa 

917 Geography of North America 

918 Geography of South America 

919 Geography of Oceania and Polar Regions 

920 Biography 

929 Genealogy and Heraldry 

930 Ancient World History 

932 Ancient Egypt 

933 Ancient Hebrew Civilization 

935 Ancient Near East 

936 Ancient European Tribes 

937 Ancient Rome 

938 Ancient Greece 

939 Other Ancient Civilizations 

940 European History 

941 Scotland 



U 



Third Summary 



941.5 Irish Republic (Eire) 

941.6 Northern Ireland 

942 England 
942.9 Wales 

943 Germany 

943.6 Austria 
943.648 Lichtenstcin 
943.68 Trieste 

943.7 Czechoslovakia 

943.8 Poland 

943.9 Hungary 

944 France 
944.949 Monaco 

945 Italy 
945.4 San Marino 
945.8 Malta 

946 Spain 

946.7 Andorra 

946.8 Gibraltar 

946.9 Portugal 

947 Union of Soviet Socialist Republics European Part 

947.2 Karelo-Finnish Soviet Socialist Republic 

947.3 Russian Soviet Federal Socialist Republic 

947.4 Latvian Soviet Socialist Republic 
947.41 Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic 

947.5 Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic 

947.6 Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic 

947.7 Ukranian Soviet Socialist Republic 
947.9 Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic 

947.91 Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic 

947.92 Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic 

948 Scandinavia 

949 Other European Countries 



Decimal Classification 



lii 



950 ] 


History of Asia 


951 


China 


952 


Japan 


953 


Arabia 


954 


India 


954.1 


Bhutan 


954.2 


Nepal 


954.7 


Pakistan 


954.8 


Ceylon 


955 


Iran 


956 

957 


Near East . • • d 4. 
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Asiatic Fart 


958 


Middle East 


959 


French Indo-China 


959.1 


Union of Burma 


959.3 


Siam 


959.5 


Federation of Malaya 


959.52 


Singapore 


960 


African History 


961 


North Africa 


962 


Egypt 


963 


Ethiopia 


963.5 


Italian East Africa 


964 


Vlorocco 


965 


Algeria 


966 


North Central Africa 


967 


South Central Africa 


968 


South Africa 


969 


Islands of Indian Ocean 


970 


North American History 


971 


Canada 


972 


Mexico 



liii 


Third Summary 


972.8 


Central America 


972.9 


West Indies Antilles 


973 


United States 


974 


Northeastern States 


975 


Southeastern States 


976 


South Central or Gulf States 


977 


North Central or Lake States 


978 


Western or Mountain States 


979 


Pacific States 


980 


South American History 


981 


Brazil 


982 


Argentina 


983 


Chile 


984 


Bolivia 


985 


Peru 


986.1 


Colombia 


986.2 


Panama 


986.3 


Panama Canal and Canal Zone 


986.6 


Ecuador 


987 


Venezuela 


988 


Guianas 


989.2 


Paraguay 


989.5 


Uruguay 


990 


History of Oceania 


991 


Indonesia 


992 


Sunda 


993 


Melanesia 


994 


Australia 


995 


Papua-New Guinea 


996 


Polvnesia and Micronesia 


997 


Isolated Islands 


998 


Arctic Regions 


999 


Antarctic Regions 



Form Divisions 



01 Philosophy Theory Methodology 

02 Compends Handbooks Outlines 

Includes digests, syllabuses, charts, manuals 

03 Dictionaries Encyclopedias 

Includes concordances, lexicons, glossaries, 

vocabularies 

04 Essays Addresses Lectures 

05 Periodicals Directories Almanacs 

06 Associations Societies 

Includes transactions, reports, charters, 

regulations, lists of members 

07 Study and Teaching 

Includes research and experimentation 

08 Collections 

09 History and General Local Treatment 
092 Biography 



Iv 



\ 




000 General Works 



001 



KNOWLEDGE LEARNING SCHOLARSHIP 

Includes concept of knowledge, technical and scientific processes 
of study and research and intellectual cooperation 

For Application oi above to particular field of knowledge or 

learning, see specific sub;ect 



002 



010 



THE BOOK 

Value Influence 

It is recommended that the History of books be classified in 
655.4 

For Technical or specific discussions of printing, publishmg, 
book-selJing, see 65 S 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC SCIENCE AND TECHNIQUE 

Introduction Theory Method 

Includes book collecting, bibliomania, bibliographic control 



Oil 



011-016 

BIBLIOGRAPHIC WORKS 

Lists of works Catalogs of books Indexes Collec- 
tions of brief abstracts 

Previous editions have provided 017-019 for catalogs, but 
as most libraries make no distinction between bibliogra- 
phies and catalogs, these numbers have been omitted in 
this edition 

UNIVERSAL AND GENERAL 

BIBLIOGRAPHIES 

Author arrangement of bibliographies not limited to any par- 
ticular subject, time, or locale, e.g. Brunet's Manuel de 
Libraire et de I'Amateur de Livres 



& 



01 



2-Ol6 



Decimal Classification 



012 



013 



014 



015 



016 



BIBLIOGRAPHIES OF INDIVIDUALS 

Bibliography of works by or about an individual or both. Use 

oSnLber is limited to works of ^^^^^f^^^^^^^^Z 
importance does not lie in specific sub,ect fields or whose 
works are too general to fit any specific subject 

For Bibliographies of individuals closely related to specific 

subjects, see 016 

BIBLIOGRAPHIES OF SPECIAL^CLASS^ES^^ 

Bibliography of works whose chief value lies in authors' having 
fonie common characteristic, e.g. alumni of college, members 
of religious organization 

BIBUOGRAPHIES^OFANONYMOUS^AND^ 

May be divided like 030 

NATIONAL BIBLIOGRAPHIES 

Bibliography of works published in .me Pl-, whether cou^^^ 
try, city, or publishing house Fress books 

indexes of government publications 

May be divided like 940-999, e.g. Books published in Bel- 
gium, 015.493 ^ ^,^ 
For BibJiographies of works about a place, see 016 

SUBJECT BIBLIOGRAPHIES 

Bibliographies of works devoted to a single subject or bibliog- 
tJiDiiogidpuic^ "Ppcf books" Brief abstracts 

raphies arranged by subject Best booKS 

May be divided like whole classification, e.g. Bibhogratjy ot 
Uavd in England, 016.9142; ^^ath exception o Bibliog- 
raphies of music itself, 781.97; Children's books, 028_5 
X interest in subject bibliography lies with specific sub- 
ject rather than in bibliography, class in general number for 
ubject It is recommended in this case that bibliography be 
septaud from rest of general material on sub.eet by a sym- 
bol, e.g. Bibliography of organic chemistry, 547 



5 
020 



General Works 



020-02 



1.6 



LIBRARY SCIENCE 

For Form divisions ,l-S and .7-.9, see p. Iv. An exception in .6 
toUows: 

jS Societies Clubs Conferences 

Includes "Friends of the library" 
,622 National Associations 

,623 State and Regional Associations 

.624 Local Clubs 

,63 Conferences 

021 LIBRARIES ESTABLISHMENT AND 

PURPOSE PUBLIC RELATIONS 

2 Library as Educational Force 

Active participation of libraries in education and role of li- 
braries in adult education 

For Readers' guidance, see 028.8; AduJt education, 374; 

Library's participation in education by means of media 

other than books, 02]. 4 

3 Library in Relation to Other Institutions 

Relationship between libraries and other educational or spe- 
cial institutions, e.g. schools, museums 

For Libraries owned and administered by schools, see 

027.8 

A Library Service by Means of Media Other Than Books 

Services of library to organized groups, e.g. study clubs, read- 
ing and discussion groups, provision of leaders, and by lec- 
tures, institutes, television, radio broadcasts, plays, music, 
use of film, and exhibitions 

.6 Library Extension 

At least minimum provision for library service to all people 
by means of effective units supplemented by state and fed- 
eral aid 
Includes traveling libraries 

For Role oi state in library extension, see 021.8 



021.62-021.9 
021.62 



Decimal Classification 



M 



.7 



.8 

.81 

.82 



.85 



.89 



.9 



Units of Service 

Includes county and regional libraries with machinery of 
stations, branches, school deposits, and bookmobiles 
For Reports, administration of county and regional li- 
braries, see 027.42 

Coordination and Cooperation between Libraries 

Cooperation and specialization schemes of book selection 
and purchase Cooperative classification and catalogmg 
Union catalogs Bibliographic centers Liberal inter- 
library lending Cooperative storage reservoirs Co- 
ordinated personnel policies Publicity 

For Cooperation in speciiic departments, see depart- 
ment, e.g. Cooperative cataloging, 02S3S; Interlibrary 
lending, 025.6 

Library Publicity 

Presentation of resources and problems of libraries by adver- 
tising and publicity in the press, on the radio, and by means 
of lobbying, for purpose of gaining and mamtammg mterest 
and support 

Library and the State 
Government Supervision 

Library Commissions 

For Commissions' reports stressing work of state's public 
libraries, see 027.4; Special work of commissions, subject 
unless it seems desirable to keep all commissions' work 
together 

Exchanges of Publications 

By state or central authority 

For Exchanges between individual libraries, see 025.22 

Library Legislation 

For Laws of special subjects, see subject, e.g. Law for li- 
brary commissions. 02L82 

Library Support 

Taxation Appropriations Endowments 



General Works 



022-024 



022 



.1 

.2 



3 



A 



.7 
.8 
.9 



LIBRARY BUILDINGS 
Location Site 

Materials Protection 

Building materials Protection against fire and other dan- 
gers Insurance 

It is recommended that Design, Plans, Construction, Re- 
modeling be classified in Library Architecture, 727.8 

Shelving Storage 

Stacks Cases for special materials Storage building 
Cooperative storage 

Lighting 

Heating Ventilation Air conditioning 

Furniture Fixtures Equipment 

Carriers Communication systems Elevators Floor 
coverings 



023 



.3 



.4 



.5 



A 
.9 



LIBRARY PERSONNEL 

Appointment Certification Promotion 
Federal, State and Local Civil Service 



Tenure 



Governing Board 

Trustees Directors Regents Library committees 

Executive 

Librarian Department heads 

Staff 

Qualifications Staff meetings 

For Directories of the staffs of particular libraries, see 027 

Classification and Pay Plans Pensions Retirement 
Staff Rules 



024 



RULES FOR USERS OF LIBRARIES 



025 



.11 



.12 



.129 



.17 

.171 

.172 

.173 

.176 

.177 



.178 



.179 



Decimal Classification 



8 



General Works 



025.21-025.8 



ADMINISTRATION 

Administration and supervision of various departments of li- 

braries 

For Administration of specific types of libraries, see 026 and 

027 

Finance 

Budgets Cost records Accounting procedure 

Where interest in accounting procedure lies chiefly in 
its relation to Accounting rather than in application to 
specific subject, class in 657 

Printing and Publications 

Reports Statistics Catalogs Bulletins 

Duplication Processes 

Microphotography Mimeographing Multigraph- 
ing Photostating 

Other processes for duplicating library materials 
For Machines and mechanical processes, see 65i 

Treatment of Special Materials 

Manuscripts Archival Material Rarities 

Pamphlets 

Serials Documents 



Picture collections Slides 



Maps 

Art Material 

Prints Engravings 
Films 

Music 

Scores Records 

Other Special Materials 

Microfilms Microcards 

^XTook coJJecdng, see 010; Lists and aids to selection and 
buying, 011-016 and 028 



025.21 



.22 



.3 

.32 

.33 

.34 

.35 

.37 
.4 

.46 
.5 



.7 



A 



Book Selection Process 

Methods Duplication Best sellers Censorship 
Weeding Cooperation Specialization 

Methods of Acquisition 

Sources Order work Exchange and gift work 

Special materials Preparation 

Cataloging 

Rules 

Subject Headings 

Cataloging of Special Materials 

Cooperative Efforts 

Cooperative cataloging Union catalogs 

Filing 

Classification 

Principles Systems Notation Cooperative studies 

Classification of Special Subjects 

Reference Service 

Reference function of libraries Administration of refer- 
ence libraries 

For Readers' advisory sen-ice, see 028,8 



Circulation Service 

Administration of circulation work 
Equipment Interlibrary lending 

For Rules of library users, see 024 



Charging systems 



Binding Repair 

Restoration of books after damage or wear 

For Methods of preventing damage or wear, see 025.8; 
Bookbinding as a trade, 6SSAS 

Arrangement Preservation 

Book numbers Inventory Preservation against injury, 
heat, insects 



026-027-63 



026 



Decimal Classification 



10 



027 



.1 



.3 

.4 

.42 



.5 

.6 
.62 



^3 



SPECIAL LIBRARIES SPEC.AL^^^^^^^^ 

History Reports Administration Statistics 

Includes everything about special libraries not more useful 
in preceding sections 

GENERAL LIBRARIES 

History Reports Administration Statistics 

Includes everything about libraries not more useful in pre- 
ceding sections 

Private and Family Libraries 

Class this type of library here, even after it has been sold or 
merged in public library 
Proprietary Society Club Athenaeum Libraries 

Libraries that are semi-private, requiring membership for 
admission 

For Society libraries after they have become public h'- 
braries, see 027 A 

Subscription Rental Libraries 

Libraries which are open to anyone upon payment of fee 

Public Libraries 

Branch Libraries County Libraries Regional Li- 

braries 

For Extension function alone, see 02L62 

National and International Libraries 

Bibliotheque National^ Pan-American Union, UN Library 
Library Service for Special Age or Societal Groups 
Children s Libraries Young People s Libraries 

Administration and work with children and young people 
Story telling 

Where interest in story telling lies chiefly in relation to 

education, class in 372.21 

For School libraries, see 027^8; Children s readmg, 

028.5 
Libraries for Foreign Bom and Minority Groups 



11 



General Works 



C27.64-028.5 



027.64 



.65 



M 



£1 



•7 



Z 



028 



Libraries for Industrial Workers 

Merchant marine hbrarics Labor union hbraries 

Government Agency Libraries 

Army mihtary post and camp hbrarics Warship and 
navy yard hbrarics Pohce and fire department libraries 
U. S. State Department libraries in foreign countries 

For Government department hbraries devoted to spe- 
cial subjects, see 026 

Welfare Institution Libraries 

Includes library service for the handicapped; hbrary serv- 
ice in hospitals, reformatories and prisons 

Religious Organization Libraries 

Sectarian or denominational hbraries not hmited as to sub- 
ject, e.g. Monasteries, Sahation Army 

For Rehgious hbraries, see 026; School libraries, 027.8 
College aid University Libraries Junior College Li- 
braries 

School Libraries 

Foi Children's libraries, see 027,62 

028-029 
SUBJECTS ALLIED TO LIBRARY SCIENCE 

READING AND READING GUIDANCE 

Includes lists and collections of book reviews not limited to 
any one subject and designed as aid in selecting individual 
reading Reviewing 

For Teaching of reading, see 372.4; Reading techniques in 
public speaking, 8083"^; Abstracting, 029.4 

Reading Courses 

Includes discussion and lists of books for individual reading 

For Remedial reading in elementary educ^tion, see 372.4; 
Remedial reading other than elementary, 428.4 

Children's Books 

Includes discussion and lists of books; children as authors 




028.7-036 



028.7 



Ji 



.9 



029 



.4 
3 
JS 



030 



031 

032 

033 
034 
035 

036 



Decimal Classification 



12 



13 



General Works 



036.9-060 



Use of Books and Libraries As Sources of Information 

Includes use of reference books 

Reader Guidance 

Includes readers' advisory service 

Reading Habits and Tastes of the Community 

Surveys Research information 

LITERARY METHODS 

Abstracting 

Indexing 

Preparation of Manuscript or Copy 

Preparation of manuscripts or copy in -^^'^''^^J^'^^, 
publication, radio broadcasting, television or motion pic 

tures 

Fo, Style of w„.ing '"^"p';"-^^::^^^^ 
motion pictures, see 808; fioot reaaing, u?:>. , , 

ism, 070 
GENERAL ENCYGLOPEDIAS 

Includes "curiosities," books of questions, "qmzzes 

For Encyclopedias devoted to a single subject, see sub/ect, e.g. 
Encyclopedia of social sciences, 303 

AMERICAN 

Encyclopedias in English, but of North American origm 

ENGLISH ^ ^ . . 

Encyclopedias in Enghsh primarily of Enghsh ongm 

GERMAN 
FRENCH 
ITALIAN 

SPANISH . . , ,. 

Fncvclopedias written in Spanish but originating in Latm 
Amcdca m ay be separated by adding initial of country m 
wS It originated,'e.g. Spanish encyclopedia origmating m 
Argentina, A036 



036.9 



037 



A 



.9 



Portuguese 

May be divided like 036, e.g. Portuguese encyclopedia orig 
nating in Brazil, BO 36.9 

RUSSIAN 

Other Slavic 

May be divided like 491.8, e.g. Polish encyclopedia, 037.85 

Ukranian Ruthenian 



1- 



039 



040 



038 SCANDINAVIAN 

.6-.82 May be divided like 439.6-.82, e.g. Nordisk Familjebok, 

038.82 

OTHER 

May be divided like 420-499 except as provided above, e.g. 
Encyclopedia Japonica, 039.956 

GENERAL COLLECTED ESSAYS 

Monographs Addresses Lectures 

Includes only collections, too general to go in a specific sub- 
ject, of non-literary essays or articles 

May be divided like 030 

For Collections oi essays about Literature in general, see 

804; Collections oi French h'terary essays, M4M 

GENERAL PERIODICALS 

May be divided like 030 or arranged alphabetically by title 

For Periodicals devoted to particular subjects or for material 

about them, see subject, e.g. Scientific periodicals, SOS 

GENERAL SOCIETIES 

Learned societies, academies, foundations, international associa- 
tions, conferences, and congresses whose activity is not limited to 
specific subjects, e.g. unesco. Academy of Paris 

For Societies which have specific purpose or sub/eCt, see sub- 
ject, e.g. Pubhcations of Amexiczn Historical Society, 973.06 



050 



060 




069-069.6 



Decimal Classification 



14 



069 



.2 



.4 



MUSEUMS , , ■> ■ vAi 

Full tables designed for use of museums may be found m Edi- 
tions 12, 13, and slightly cut m Edition 14 

It is recommended that libraries classify museum material with 
subject of museum's specialization, e.g. Science museums, 507, 
Art museums, 708 
Material on museums devoted .0 smgle subject may be d,- 

vided ,*e the '*>^.,tf ToT^Trprw "al num- 

ts r:ra?;br;t:Sere/prese..«on ■>' »p-- 

mens in biological museums, 579 

Educational Function of Museums 

Work with children Adult education Circulation of 
objects, collections, exhibits, slides, and films 

It is recommended that Museum Buildings be classified in 
727.6, except Art Galleries, 727.7 

Museum Equipment 

Furniture Furnishings Supplies 

Collecting and Preparation of Museum Materials for 

Exhibit ^. , 

r, • \.rr Restoring Construction ot 
Expeditions Repairmg Restormg 

models Construction of groups 

U is recommended *^' «.f ior^t'^^^^^^^ 

cial materials be classified with the subject, e.g. 
of science materials, 507.4 



Museum Collections and Exhibits 

Acquisition Registration Accessioning 
methods Catalogs Guides 



Exhibition 



Museum Administration 

Organization Personnel 
forts 



Finance Cooperative ef- 



15 



General Works 



070-070.43 



070 



.13 



1 



3 



A 



.41 



.43 



JOURNALISM 

Business of managing, editing and writing for journals and news- 
papers 
Includes press associations, syndicates 

For Newspapers themselves, see 071-079; Periodicals, 050; 
Form divisions .5-.9, p. Iv, exceptions A- A follow: 

The Press 

Theory Ethics Standards Influence Scope and 
importance 

"The Press" is an inclusive term for newspaper, magazine 

and book publication 

Includes relation to Economics, Literature and other 

fields 

Relation to the State 

Includes laws governing the Press, censorship and libel 

For Theoretical discussions of freedom of press, see 
323A4 

Business Management of Newspapers and Magazines 

Management of various departments such as composing and 
press rooms, circulation and advertising departments 
Includes cost of production, sources of income 

For Printing, see 655; Advertising, 659. J; Circulation sur- 
veys, 658.83 

Editorial Management 

Includes news channels, e.g. news by telegraph and radio, 
news bureaus, syndicated news 



Correspondence 
Headlines Ed- 



News and News Writing 

News gathering Interviewing 

Reporting Style in news writing 
iting and makeup Copyreading 

Includes radio news writing 

For Aids for writing in form acceptable for pubhsh- 
ing, see 029.6 

Editorials and Editorial Writing 




070.48-076 



Decimal Classification 



16 



070.48 



.489 



071 



.1 
3 



072 
073 
074 
075 
076 



Journalism Designed to Interest Special Groups 

Management of publications sP^^^^^jf ^"^ /" ^f !""; J'^t- 
ary criticism and opinion, news, techmcal and trade ma 
terial and other special interests 
Includes digests, foreign language publications 

For School journalism, see 371.805; Newspapers, 071- 

079; Magazines, 051-059 

Pictorial Journalism 

Magazines and newspapers which tell stones by means 
of pictures and running commentary 1 abloids 

For Newsreel photography, see 778.5; Newspapers, 

071-079; Magazines, 051-059 

071-079 
HISTORY OF INDIVIDUAL NEWSPAPERS 

and oi newspapers of specific countries 
Large libraries may arrange newspapers by this pian 
but more common practice is to arrange them al- 
phabetically by name 

NEWSPAPERS IN AMERICA 

American and Canadian newspapers 

Newspapers in Canada 
Newspapers in United States 

072-078 
HISTORY OF INDIVIDUAL EUROPEAN NEWSPAPERS 

and of newspapers of specific European countries 
May be divided like 942-948 
NEWSPAPERS IN ENGLAND 
NEWSPAPERS IN GERMANY 
NEWSPAPERS IN FRANCE 
NEWSPAPERS IN ITALY 
NEWSPAPERS IN SPAIN 



J7 

077 
078 



Genera] Works 



077-092 



080 



081 



.5 



'■^ 



082 



090 



091 



.5 



092 



NEWSPAPERS IN RUSSIA 
NEWSPAPERS IN SCANDINAVIA 



079 
HISTORY OF INDIVIDUAL NEWSPAPERS 

and of newspapers of countries not provided for 

above 

May be divided like 930-999, e.g. Mexican, 

079.72, Chinese, 079.51 

COLLECTED WORKS 

Collection of several articles of different subjects brought to- 
gether in a single work, collection, or series of books 

COLLECTED WORKS OF INDIVIDUAL 

AUTHORS 

Complete or collected works of author, too broad in interest to 

be classified in one subject 

For Collected non-hterary essays of an author, too broad in 
scope to he classified in one subject, see 040 

COLLECTED WORKS OF SEVERAL 

AUTHORS 

Collection of works by various authors on different subjects, 
e.g. Home University series 
Includes miscellanies, extracts 

BOOK RARITIES 

Works on bibliographical or literary history or critical accounts 
of books possessing some characteristic, such as script, binding, 
illustration, which makes them rare or valuable. Rare works or 
facsimiles are usually classified according to subjects they cover; 
some libraries, however, prefer to place them in 090-099 

MANUSCRIPTS 

For Manuscripts important chiefly because of illumination, see 
096 

Autographs 
BLOCK BOOKS 



093-099 



093 



094 



095 
0% 



097 
098 



099 



Decimal Classification 



i8 



INCUNABULA 

Works about books printed before 1 500 

RARE PRINTING 

Works about books of great rarity but priirted after 1500 e^. 
Elzevirs; privately printed books; small editions; unique, lim- 
ited, and first editions 

RARE BINDING 

RARE ILLUSTRATIONS OR MATERIALS 
Illuminations Printing on vellum, silk Printing in gold 
or silver 

For Book illustration, see 741.64; Technique of illumma- 

tion, I'^Shl 
BOOK PLATES EX LIBRIS 

nTHFR KINDS OF RARITIES BASED 
^^"^^ON INTRINSIC CHARACTERISTICS 

Banned books or books prohibited by -^^ "l^ ,tv to"l to 
ity Lost books Hoaxes Romans a clef (key to liter 

ary characters drawn from life) 

nTHFR KINDS OF RARITIES BASED 

^ ON EXTRINSIC CHARACTERISTICS 

Works of exceptional dimensions 



100 Philosophy 



Whole body oi ihon^i concerning the kind oi 
\vox\^ we Jive in, the kind oi beings we are, and our 

relation io \hQ woiXd 

For Philosophy of specific sub/ects, see subjects, e.g. Philoso- 
phy oi science, S^\; Form divisions 1-^, p. Iv 

101 ESTHETICS 

Theories and standards of value in the realm of beauty and the 

arts 
For Esthetics oi specific sub/ects, see sub/ects, e.g. Esthetics of 
fine arts, 70 J. 1, Literary esthetics, 801 

109 HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY 

Comprehensive works 

For Oriental and ancient philosophy, see ISO's; Modern phi- 
losophy, 190's 



19 



H! 




Ill 



112 



113 



110 METAPHYSICS 

Science of existence 

ONTOLOGY 

Theory of being or reality 

subject, e.g. Methodology of physics, 530.1 

"\rL' \eco.™nded «,.t Cos„,oso.y (.h=o„ o. origin of the 

universe) be classified in 523.1 



121 



123 



124 



128 



120 METAPHYSICAL THEORIES 

EPISTEMOLOGY 

Theory of knowledge, its origin and sources, limits, validity 

FREEDOM 

Nature of human liberty 

TELEOLOGY 

Theory of purpose, e.g. that everything in the world is a product 
of design 
It is recommended that SOUL be classified in 218 or 233.5 



ao 



21 



130 



FIELDS OF PSYCHOLOGY 



For Psychology in general, see 150 

131 PSYCHOSOMATICS 

Relationship of body functions to mental processes 
For Psychosomatic medicine, see 616.08 

.3 Clinical Psychology 

For Psychological testmg, see 151./ 

.32 Psychotherapy 

Psychological treatment of mental ills 

■'" X-t'rf me„.a, and ne.ous disorde. by a„a,y* of 

emotional history of patient 

Includes psychoanalytic schools, e.g. Freud, Adler, Jung 

132 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 

Irrcludcs irrational, abnormal, or deranged mental processes; then 

causes; mental symptoms of disease 

For Medical treatment of these disorders see Nervous system 
and neurology, 616.8; Psychoses and psychiatry, 616.89 

133-135 
PSEUDOPSYCHOLOGY 

133 OCCULTISM ^ . 

Belief in hidden or mysterious powers and possibility of human 

control of them 
(y7 Psychical Research or Parapsychology 

Investigation of obscure, unexplained, or questionable men- 
tal or spiritual phenomena 

Apparitions 

Includes ghosts 

Divination 

Includes prophecies; crystal gazing, fortune telling, numerol- 
ogy 
.4 Witchcraft 

Includes sorcery, necromancy, demonology 



.1 



.3 



22 



23 



Philosophy 



133.5-136.4 



133.5 

j6 

.7 



.9 



.93 



134 



135 



136 



.1 



.2 



.3 



.4 



Astrology 

Includes horoscopes, zodiac signs 

Palmistry 
Charlatanry 

Telepathy 

Includes clairvoyance, clairaudience, mind reading, thought 
transference 

Spiritualism 

Includes mediums, trances 

Psychic Phenomena 

Includes automatic writing, trance speaking 

HYPNOTISM MESMERISM 

Includes animal magnetism 

DREAMS 

Includes types of dreams and their interpretation 

136-139 
DIFFERENTIAL PSYCHOLOGY 

Psychology of group and individual differ- 
ences 

GENETIC PSYCHOLOGY 

Inquiry into course of growth in individuals 

Sex Psychology 

Influence of sex in personality development 

Environmental Psychology 

Influence on individuals of physical and social surroundings 

For Social psychology, see 301.1 

Evolutionary Psychology 

Influence of heredity on personal characteristics 

Ethnopsychology 

Psychology of races or folk psychology 



136.5-137-7 

136.5 



.7 



.71 



.73 



.76 



137 



.7 



Decimal Classification 



24 



Adult Psychology 

Psychology of maturity and senescence 

Child Psychology 

normal children 

For Educational psychology, see 370.15; Child care and 
fnanagetent, 649jf Pediatncs, 618.9; Soaal problems of 
youth, 301.46 

Infant Psychology 

Psychology of babyhood and infancy, 1-2 years (formerly 
classified in 136.7352) 

Adolescent Psychology 

Psychology of puberty and youth, 12-25 years 

It is recommended that Psychology of babyhood and in- 
fancy be classified in 136.71 

Psychology of Exceptional Children 

Development of children who deviate considerably froin 
no'STg. physically handicapped, mentally handicapped 
or gifted 

For Education of exceptional children, see 371.9 

137-139 
CHARACTER ANALYSIS 

INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY 

Psychology of character Individuality Personality develop- 

ment 

Includes psychical variations between one individual and an- 
other, personality traits, temperaments 

Graphology 

Character analysis by study of handwriting 



:>. 



25 

137.8 



Philosophy 



137.8-140 



138 



139 



140 



Personality Tests 

Description or characterization of personality by self-inventory, 
rating, projection tests, e.g. Thematic apperception, Humm- 
Wadsworth temperament scale, Rorschach psychodiagnostic 
test 

For Psychological testing, see 151.2 

PHYSIOGNOMY 

Determination of character from analysis of features 

PHRENOLOGY 

Study of skull structure as indicative of mental faculties 

It is recommended that PHILOSOPHIC SYSTEMS be 

classified in 180-190 



150 PSYCHOLOGY 



150.1 



.13 



.19 

.7 

.72 



151 



.1 

2 



.22 



.3 



Study of human behavior 

For Social psychology, see 30] J; Educational psyc^^^^^^^^^ 
Fidds of psychology, 130; Form divisions .2- A .8 .9, p. 

Psvcholoeical Theories 

Cud ' raHonal psychology, .he study that se* ,o account 
foi facts of consciousness by underlying principles 

*t:dc!;t:"«Hcatio„s of psychology, thch usefulness, 

value, importance 

For Applications of psychology to specific subjects, see 
subjects, e.g. Psychology of art, 701 

Systems of Psychology 

Includes Gestalt psychology, Behaviorism 

Study and Teaching of Psychology 

Experimental Psychology 

Study of psychology by experimental methods 

INTELLIGENCE 

Genius 

"Cef ;!"'-, their construeHon and adnrinlstratlon, 

scoring, interpretation of results 

For Educational tests and measurements, see 371.^0 

Intellieence and Aptitude Tests , w .. 

""'.tlLs individuri and .-. vcrW »d n^n-ve^^^ ^ 

eg Stanford-Binet, Yerkes point scale, uus g f 

Army Alpha and Beta tests 

Comparative or Animal Psychology 

~ Study of mental life of lower animals 

26 



27 

152 



Philosophy 



152-158.43 



S 



153 



154 



.1 



A 



.5 



155 
156 

157 



158 



A 

.42 

.43 



SENSATION PERCEPTION 

Includes sensory mechanisms, visual, auditory, olfactory, gusta- 
tory, tactile sensations; elements, errors, special classes of per- 
ception 

For Physiology oi senses and sensation, see 6 J 2.8 

Psychophysics 

Study of relations between mental and physical processes 
Includes psychomctry, the measurement of speed and pre- 
cision of mental processes 

COGNITION 

Capacity of the mind for knowledge and understanding 
Includes active mental functions, e.g. thinking, association of 
ideas, judgment, reasoning 

MEMORY LEARNING 

Memory 

Includes memory aids, e.g. mnemonics 

Learning 

Methods, types of learning Aids to learning 

Forgetting 

Includes causes of memory lapses 

IMAGINATION 
INTUITION 

EMOTION 

Includes emotional states, expression of emotion, varieties of 
emotion, e.g. fear, love, surprise, jealousy 

CONATION MOVEMENT 

Drives, impulses, and actions resulting from them 

Involuntary Movement 

Innate 

Includes reflexes, conditioned response, instinct 

Acquired 

Includes habit 



158.5-159 



Decimal Classification 



28 



158.5 
.8 

159 



Voluntary Movement 

Special Motor Functions 

Includes locomotion, vocal and graphic expression 

^^ncl'dri'd^'om and tram.ng of the will; adaptability 



161 



162 



164 



160 LOGIC 

Science of correct thinking 

INDUCTION AND SCIENTIFIC METHOD 

Method of reasoning from particular to general, from facts to 

generalizations 

Includes simple enumeration, method of agreement, method of 

difference 

Foi Statistical method, see 311 

DEDUCTION 

Method of reasoning from general to particular, from general 

propositions to particular conclusions 

Includes propositions, premises, assumptions, conclusions 

SYSTEMS OF LOGIC 

Includes Aristotelian or traditional logic, symbolic logic, epis- 
temological logic, multivalued logic, pragmatic logic 



29 



171 



172 



A 



173 



174 



175 



176 



170 ETHICS 

c !•<:» onri hasis of iudgments concerning right 
Theory of right way of hfe, and basi ot judg ^^^^^^^ ^^^ 

and wrong, good and bad, better or worse in 

social institutions . „, .. 

For Social institutions and relationships, see Sociology, 301.4, 

Manners and customs, 390 s 



THEORETICAL ETHICS 



and vahdity of sense of duty, character a ^ /^^ i^ess 

tag upon relation of man to universe 
I. .s recommended that POLITICAL ET^^ be„ 177 
For Political corruption as a social problem, see 301.46 

It is recommended that International Ethics be classified in 

177 

For International law and cooperation, see 341 

A A fi.af FAMILY ETHICS be classified 
" i: I^^ZtR AGE AND THE FAMILY ,n ,01.422 
Fo! « and family customs, see 392; Sex physrology and 

hygiene, 612.6 

It is recommended that PROFESSIONAL o 
mT«:TNFSS ETHICS be classified with Protesswns or 
^"^ Bu^Ses e g. Medical Ethics, 610; Legal Ethics, 340 

A A .w FTHICS OF RECREATION 

It is recommended that ETH1C5> u ^^ ^^^^^^^^^ .^ ^^^ 

J J ^1 ^ <;fYIJAL ethics be classified 
I, .s r^omm^end^ed^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^,^^^ ,,,,,, 

For Sex physiology and hygiene, see 612.6 

30 



177 



Philosophy 



177-179 



178 



179 



SOCIAL OR APPLIED ETHICS 

Includes evolution of ethics in its relationship to social institu- 
tions; application of ethics in solving problems of social life 

It is recommended that ETHICS OF TEMPERANCE 
be classified in 177; ALCOHOLISM and DRUG 
ADDICTION as Social Problems in 301.46 
For Medical treatment oi Alcoholism and the drug habit, see 
616.86; Temperance movement in the U. S., 973.91 

INDIVIDUAL ETHICS 

Includes origin and growth of moral consciousness in the individ- 
ual; conduct of life 



181 



3 



.4 



180 ORIENTAL AND ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY 

Hislorv Doctrines Schools or systems 

For Comprehensive history o, philosophy, see 109; B.ography of 

philosophers, 921 
ORIENTAL PHILOSOPHY 

Includes modern oriental philosophy 

Chinese Philosophy 

Includes philosophy of Confucius, Mencius 

For Chinese religions, e.g. Confucianism and Taoism. 
299; Chinese Buddhism, 294.32 

't* rX>.V - -° H- Ma— s 

For Judaism, see 296 

Indian Philosophy 

Includes Nyaya, Vaisesika, Mimamsa philosophies 
For Buddhism and Jainism, see 294.3 .4 

Samkhya PhUosophy 

Includes philosophy of Kapita 

Yoga Philosophy 

Includes philosophy of Patanjali 

Vedanta Philosophy . M^rlhva 

Includes philosophy of Samkara, Ramanu,a, Madhva 

PRE-SOCRATIC PHILOSf ""!.,,,,,,„, 

-^^jss^^ftr^^s^orrago. 

SOPHISM AND SOCRATIC PHILOSOPHY 

Includes the lesser Socratics, e.g. Megarics, Cynics 
PLATONIC PHILOSOPHY 

For Plato's literary works, see 888 
ARISTOTELIAN PHILOSOPHY 

For Aristotle's literary works, see 888 



.41 



.45 



.48 



182 



183 



184 



185 



32 



33 
186 



187 
188 

189 



Philosophy 



186-189 



SCEPTICISM AND NEO-PLATONISM 

Scepticism was formerly classified in 149.7 
Includes philosophy of Pyrrho, Plotinus 

EPICUREANISM 

STOICISM 

Includes philosophy of Seneca, Epictetus, Marcus Aurelius 

MEDIEVAL PHILOSOPHY 

Includes Patristic period, Gnosticism, Scholasticism, Averroism, 
philosophy of St. AugusHne, St. Anselm, Duns Scotus, St. 
Thomas Aquinas, Abelard 



190 



MODERN PHILOSOPHY 



191 



192 



193 



194 



195 



196 



197 



198 



History Doctrines Schools or systems 

Includes philosophic doctrines and systems which cut across 
national b'oundarL, e.g. Materrahsm, Idealism and Tr-s^enden- 
talism, Empiricism and Pragmatism, Intuitiomsm, Neo-Reahsm, 
General Semantics, formerly classified m 14U s 

For Comprehensive history of philosophy, see 109; Biography 
of philosophers, 921 

AMERICAN PHILOSOPHY 

Includes philosophy of John Dewey, Willian James, Charles 
Peirce, Josiah Royce, George Santayana 

BRITISH PHILOSOPHY 

Includes philosophy of Bacon, Locke Berkeley Hume, John 
Stuart Mill, Spencer, Hobbes, Russell, Whitehead 

GERMAN PHILOSOPHY 

Includes philosophy of Leibniz, Kant, Fichte, Schelling, Hegel, 
Schopenh'auer, Nietzsche, Wundt, Husserl, Herbart, Heidegger, 
Spengler 

FRENCH PHILOSOPHY 

Includes philosophy of Descartes, Condillac, LaMcttrie. Comtc, 
Taine, Bergson, Sartre, Renouvier 

ITALIAN PHILOSOPHY 

Includes philosophy of Telesio, Croce, Gentile, Bruno 

SPANISH AND PORTUGUESE PHILOSOPHY 

Includes philosophy of Ortega, Turro, Unamuno 

RUSSIAN PHILOSOPHY 

Includes philosophy of Berdiaev, Roerich 

SCANDINAVIAN PHILOSOPHY 

Includes philosophy of Kierkegaard, Hoffding 

34 



35 



Philosophy 



199-199.8 



199 



.492 



^ 



OTHER MODERN PHILOSOPHIES 

May be divided like 940-999 except as provided above 

Dutch Philosophy 

Includes philosophy of Spinoza, Geulincx, Hemsterhuis 

Spanish-American Philosophy 



200 Religion 



201.6 



For Comparative religions, see 290; Form division 01-09 p. Iv, 
expansion in .01 follows: 

Psychology of Religion 

For Pastoral counseling, see 253.5 



36 



211 



212 



213 



215 



218 



210 NATURAL RELIGION 

Religious truth arrived at by means of philosophical speculation or 
reasoning without aid of supernatural revelation 
Includes evidence of divine purpose in nature; good and evil, theod- 
icy, worship 

For Christian theology, see 230; Theology in comparative reli- 
gion, 29 J. 2 

DEISM ATHEISM THEISM 

Theories concerning God based on philosophy of reason, e.g. 
personal God, impersonal God, denial of idea of God 

For Concepts ot God based on revelation, see specific theol- 
ogy, e.g. Christian, 231; Judaic, 296.3; Mohammedan, 297; 
Christian apologerics, 239; Deism in church history, 2707; 
Atheism in church history, 270.8; New thought, 13132 

PANTHEISM THEOSOPHY 

For Theosophy founded by BJavatsky, see 294.58 

CREATION 

Religious theories concerning birth of the world 

For Cosmology, see 113; Genesis, 222,1; Man in Christian the- 
ology, 233; Geology, SSO; Evolution, S7S; Attempts to recon- 
cile religious theories with science, 21$ 

RELIGION AND SCIENCE 

Includes antagonism or reconciliation between science and re- 
vealed religion; Bridgewater treatises 

For Science, see 500 

IMMORTALITY 

Includes conceptions of future life 
For concepts based on revelation, see specific religion, e.g. 
Christian, 236-237; Soul in Christian theology, 233.5 



37 



220-269 CHRISTIAN RELIGION 

220 BIBLE 

Includes Old and New Testaments 

For Old Testament, see 221; New Testament, 225; Apocrypha, 
229; Form divisions, .01-.02 and .04-08, see p. Iv 

220.1 Biblical Criticism 

17 Canon 

Consideration of Bible as Holy Scripture 

^13 Inspiration 

^14 Authorship 

15 Prophetic Message 

Word of God spoken by bis prophets 

For Prophecies concerning Messiah - Hf esch^to^^^^^^ 
see 296 3; Prophecies concerning Christ as Messian, 
232.1; Prophecies concerning Christian eschatology, 236- 

237 
Concordances Analyses 

Dictionaries 

Early Texts and Primary Versions Codices 

Codex sinaiticus 

Includes whole Bible and parts 

^ , . * n^^ versions of Old Testament, e.g. bep- 

modern languages, 220.5 

sources, e.g. King James version, Douai version 
Includes polyglots and selections 

inciuaes pu ys n ^nn p p Bible in German, 

May be divided by language like 400, e.g. Bible m 

Fo'rRare books, see 090; Translations of specific early ver- 

sions, 220.4 

38 



2 

3 

.4 



39 



Religion 



220.6-221 



220.6 



.7 



Exegesis 

Explanation of meaning of Bible, symbolism and typology 
Includes understanding of Bible in different times and places; 
methods of textual, representative and spiritual interpretation 

For Interpretations limited to specific subject, see subject, 
e.g. Theology, 230 

Commentaries on Whole Bible 

Includes annotated editions 

For Notes on Old or New Testament, or portions, see 221- 
229 



A 



Treatises on Special Topics 

Includes natural science in Bible 



.9 



.91 



.92 



.93 



.95 



Biblical Geography and History 

History and geography based on Bible 
Includes chronology 

Geography and Description 

For Description oi Judea in ancient times, based on more 
sources than Bible, see 933 

Biographies of Biblical Characters 

For Biography ot ministers and missionaries, see 920; Biog- 
raphies oi Jesus Christ, 232.9 

Biblical Archeology 

For Archeology, see 571; Antiquities of Palestine based on 
more sources than Bible, 933 

History Based upon Bible 

Includes retelling of Bible stories 
For Ancient Judean history, see 933 



221 



OLD TESTAMENT 

May be divided like 220, e.g. Septuagint, 221.4 
For Judaic religion, see 296 



222-225 



222 



.16 
2 

.5 

.4 

.5 



223 



.1 

.2 
.5 



.6 

.7 
.8 



.9 



224 



.1 

2 

.3 

.4 

.9 



225 



Decimal Classification 



40 



HISTORICAL BOOKS 
Pentateuch Torah 

Includes Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Dcuteron- 

omy 

Decalog Ten Commandments 

Joshua ^ Chronicles 

Judges and Ruth .7 Ezra 

Samuel ^ Nehemiah 

Kings .9 Esther 

POETIC BOOKS 

Job 

Psalms 

Liturgical Use by Christians Metrical Versions 

For Anglican psalter, see 264.03; Hymnology, 245 

Commentaries on Psalms 

Proverbs 

Ecclesiastes 

Song of Solomon, or Canticles 



Daniel 
Hosea 
Joel 
Amos 



PROPHETIC BOOKS 

Isaiah '^ 

Jeremiah •" 

Lamentations •' 

Ezekiel ^ 

Other Minor Prophets , , , r, , 

Includes Obadiah, Jonah, Micah, Nahum, Habakkuk, Zeph- 
aniah, Haggai, Zechariah, Malachi 

NEW TESTAMENT 

May be divided like 220, e.g. Codex Beza, 225.4 



41 




Religion 


220-229.9 


226 


GOSPELS AND ACTS 




.1 


Harmonies 


.6 


Acts of Apostles 


.2 


Matthew 


.7 


Miracles 


.5 


Mark 


.8 


Parables 


.4 


Luke 


.9 


Lord's Prayer 


.5 


John 






227 


EPISTLES 






.1 


Romans 


.5 


Ephesians 


2 


Corinthians I 


.6 


Philippians 


.3 


Corinthians JI 


.7 


Colossians 


.4 


Calatians 







A 



.9 



228 



.9 



Other Pauline Epistles 

Includes Thessalonians i, 11, Timothy i, 11, Titus, Philemon, 
Hebrevi'S 

Catholic Epistles 

Includes James, Peter i, 11, Jude, John i, 11, m 

APOCALYPSE REVELATION 



229 APOCRYPHA AND PSEUDEPIGRAPHA- 

Includes Apocrypha of Old Testament (Esdras i, 11, Tobit, 
Judith, Esther, Wisdom, Ecclesiasticus, Baruch, Epistle of Jer- 
emy, Song of Three Children, Story of Susanna, History of Bel 
and Dragon, Prayer of Manasses, Maccabees i, n, m, iv) 



Old Testament Pseudepigrapha 

Includes historical, poetic, prophetic books; Jubilees, Jewish 
apocalypses, Testaments 



229.92-229.95 



Decimal Classification 



42 



229.92-95 
PSEUDEPIGRAPHA OR APOCRYPHA OF NEW TESTAMENT 



.92 

229.93 

.94 

.95 



Pseudepigrapha of Acts of Apostles 
Pseudepigrapha of Epistles 

Pseudepigrapha of New Testament Apocalypses 
Other New Testament Pseudepigrapha 

Includes Sayings of Jesus 



230 SYSTEMATIC OR DOCTRINAL 

THEOLOGY 

Organization and expounding of doctrines of Christianity, variously 

called dogmatic theology, dogmatics 

May be divided by denomination like 280-289, e.g. Baptist the- 
ology, 230.6 

For Philosophy of nature in religion, see 210; Denominations and 
sects, 280; Specific doctrines, the subject, e.g. salvation by grace, 
234.1; Heresies, 270.1-.8 

231 GOD 

Includes God as revealed in Bible; divine attributes (omnis- 
cience, omnipresence, omnipotence); divine love and wisdom 

3 Trinity 

Doctrine of God (Father, Son and Holy Ghost) 

.7 Revelation 

Disclosure to men of divine purpose or superhuman knowl- 
edge, generally in ways beyond human understanding 
Includes miracles, miraculous places; objects (relics, statues, 
images) vision and appearing of God; Stigmata 

For Saints, see 235.2 

Ji Theodicy 

Vindication of God's justice and goodness in permitting exist- 
ence of evil and suffering 

For Sin, see 233.2; Angels and devils, 235; Heaven and heJI, 

237A-S 

232 CHRISTOLOGY 

Doctrinal exposition of nature of Jesus Christ and his redemptive 
work 

.1 Incarnation, Messianic Christology 

Includes prophecies of coming of Christ; virgin birth 
For Prophecies on Christian eschatology, see 236 

,5 Atonement 

.5 Resurrection 

43 



232-6-233-1 



Decimal Classification 



44 



232.6 
.9 



.92 



.93 



.95 



.96 



.97 

.99 



233 



.1 



Second Coming 

Divine Humanity 

Includes controversies over divinity of Christ 

Life of Christ 

Includes teachings 

For Pseudepgraphal sayings of Christ, see 229.95; Biogra- 
phies of Bible characters, 220.92 

Infancy 

Includes nativity, adoration of shepherds^ three wise men 

circumcision, massacre of mnocents, ^f'j^^l^l^^^^ 
tired life in Nazareth, presentation m temple, jesus among 

doctors 

Holy Family , 

Includes Mary, Immaculate Conception, Joseph, parents of 

Mary: Anne and Joachim 

Public Life of Christ 

Includes baptism, temptation, calling apostles, transfigura- 
tion. Lord's Supper, last words 

For Miracles of Christ, see 226.7; Parables of Chnst, 

226.8 

Passion of Christ 

Includes betrayal by Judas, trial condemnation crucifixion, 
death, burial, relics of passion, descent into hell 

Resurrection and Ascension 

Legendary and Imaginative Accounts of Christ 

Includes poetry, drama, fiction 

"^fndudes nature of man (accountability, natural and spiritual 
bodv, personality, freedom) 

For Science and religion, see 215; Creation and evolution, 215; 
Theodicy, 231.8 

Creation and Fall of Man 

Includes original sin 

For Old Testament Bible stories, see 221.95 



4S 
233.2 



Religion 



233.2-237.5 



.5 



234 



.1 



235 



.3 
.4 



236 



237 



2 
A 
3 



Sin 

Includes mortal and venial sin, sins against Holy Ghost 

Soul 

SOTERIOLOGY 

Part of systematic theology dealing with salvation 
Includes redemption, regeneration, repentance, obedience, justi- 
fication, sanctification, predestination and freewill 

For Freewill in philosophy, see 123; Will in psychology, J 59 

Grace 

Includes actual and sanctifying grace, merit, innate virtues, 
gifts of Holy Ghost 

Faith 

Confidence in reality and trustworthiness of something that 
cannot be absolutely proved 

For Authority of church, see 262 

SAINTS ANGELS DEVILS 

Saints 

For Miracles, see Z3L7; Martyrs, 270,l-,8; Biographies of 
saints, 920 

Angels 

Devils Satan 

ESCHATOLOGY 

End of present order on earth and establishment of that of 

eternity 

Includes death, intermediate state (purgatory, paradise, limbo) 

resurrection, judgement 
For Christology, see 232 

FUTURE LIFE 

Includes eternity, retribution, eternal punishment 

For Future Hie based on reason, see 218 
Immortality 
Heaven 
HeU 



238-239-9 



Decimal Classification 



46 



238 



239 



.2-4. 
.5 

.6 

.7 

.8 
.9 



STATEMENT OF FUNDAMENTAL^^ ^^^^^^ 

Includes creeds, e.g. Apostles, N.cene, Athanasian; Confessions 
of faith, covenants, catechisms 

May be divided hke 280-289, e.g. Greek Church, 238.19 

APOLOGETICS 

Exposition of Christian doctrines intended to refute alleged er- 

rors in other systems 

Includes polemics; methods of apologetics 

por Exposition of Chnstian doctrine see 230 Corit^v.^^^^^ 
over specific Christian doctrines, 231-237, e.g. i^ivm y 
Christ, 232.8 

239.1-239-9 
CHRISTIANITY AND UNBELIEVERS 

In Apostolic Times 

Includes apologetics versus ^^^(^^^^^Jl^ 
Pagans (formerly classified m .3), Neo-t^latonisis ^ y 

classified in .4) 
,, ,s KECOMMENOED THAT ApoIogctics vcrsus Jcws, Pagans, Neo- 
Platonists be classified in 239-1 

Versus Deists 

Includes English and Scotch deists 

Versus Encyclopedists 

Versus Rationalists 

Includes apologetics versus agnostics 

Versus Materialists 
Versus Other Unbelievers 

Includes apologetics versus Mohammedans, Buddhists 



240 DEVOTIONAL THEOLOGY 



241 



242 



.1 

.2 
.3 

.4 



243 



244 



245 



Experience of quiet confidence in communion with God 
Includes books conducive to such experience 

MORAL THEOLOGY 

Christian ethics 

Includes codes of Christian conduct taught by churches, e.g. 

faith, hope, charity, love; duties, golden rule, casuistry 

For Personal religion, see 248; Catechism, 238; Ethics, 170 

MEDITATION 

Includes readings 

Thomas a Kempis 

Daily Devotions, Readings 

Meditations for Religious Occasions 

Includes church year, Lent, retreats 

Consolatory Readings 

Includes readings for illness, trouble, death 

It is recommended that EVANGELISTIC 

READINGS be classified in 269 

STORIES ALLEGORIES SATIRES 

Works designed to lead men and women toward religious way 
of life rather than as literature 

For Bible stories, see 220.95; Fictiouized life oi Christ, 232.99; 
Literature, SOO; Religious education, 268 

HYMNOLOGY 

Hymns without music, religious poems 

May be di\idcd by language like 400, e.g. collection of hymns 
in English, 245.2 

For Psalms, see 223.5; Hymns with music, 783.9; Religious 
education, 268 

47 



246-249 



247 



248 



249 



Decimal Classification 



48 



246 CHRISTIAN SYMBOLISM 



Includes use and symbolism of art in religious serNices and 
buildings; icons, altars, chancels, halos, holy water 

Use as inclusive number for 246 and 247 
For Religious art collections, see 704.948; Early Christian art, 
709.02; Architectural design oi churches, 726.5; Sacred music, 
783; Non-Christian symbolism, 29 J. 32 

ESTHETICS IN THE CHURCH 

Includes use and symbolism of sculpture, paintings, vestments, 
altar cloths, crucifix, incense, eucharistic vessels, fonts 

For Religious sculpture, see 734; Religious paintmg, 755; 
Furniture and accessories, 749; Religious vessels, 739.2; Art 
needlework and tapestry, 746; Stained glass, 748.5 

PERSONAL RELIGION 

Spiritual life as an inner experience 

Includes asceticism, mystical experience, abstinence, conversion, 
fanaticism, direct communication with God through prayer 
For Ethics, see 170; Moral theology, 24J; Meditarion, 242; 
Prayer, 264.1; Salvation, 234; Fasts and'holidays, 394.2; Psy- 
chology of religion, 201.6 

FAMILY DEVOTIONS 

Includes table graces 



251 



252 



5 

.6 

.7 
.9 



253 



.2 



.5 



250-260 THE CHURCH 

250 PASTORAL THEOLOGY 

Theory and practice of church administration; function of minis- 
ters as religious leaders of parishes 

For Church services, see 264; Missions, 266; Religious education, 

268 

HOMILETICS 

Preparation and delivery of effective sermons; preaching 
For Pubhc worship, see 264 

SERMONS 

Includes sermons on episcopal charges; doctrine and polemics 
252.01-.09 may be divided by denomination like 280, e.g. 
Episcopalian sermons, 252.03 

For Sermons on specific subjects, see subject, e.g. Sermons on 
family devotions, 249 

Sermons for Academic Occasions 
Sermons for Public Occasions 

Includes Thanksgiving, Fast-days, public affairs 

Sermons for Ordination, Installation 
Memorial or Obituary Sermons 

PASTOR 

Spiritual leader of the church, variously called pastor, elder, 

priest, rector, preacher 

Includes minister's life and everyday duties of his office 

For Minister in church pohty or hierarchy, see 262.14 

Pastoral Life 

Includes qualifications, family life, celibacy 
For Theological seminaries, see 207 

Counseling 

Includes pastoral calls, pastoral psychology, visiting sick, han- 
dling individual problems 

For Psychology oi religion, see 201.6 

49 



254-259 



Decimal Classification 



50 



254 



.2 
.3 
.4 

.8 



256 



258 



259 



CHURCH ADMINISTRATION 

Includes program planning and financing, membership, budget 
and expenditures, records and office methods, buildmgs and 
equipment 

For Organization, see 262 

Urban and Rural Church Work 

Radio Religious Work 

Public Relations 

Raising Money Financing Campaigns 

Includes tithing, gifts, bequests 

It is recommended that SOCIETIES FOR PARISH 

WORK be classified m 267 

SOCIAL WELFARE WORK OF CHURCH 

Agencies and techniques in which social motive finds expression 
in religious groups 

For Pastoral counseling, see 253; Philanthropy, 360 

GROUP ORGANIZATIONS AND LEADERSHIP 

Includes church entertainments, recreational facilities, church 
work with groups, e.g. children, soldiers, students, young people, 
adults 



I i 



260 ECCLESIASTICAL THEOLOGY 

Christian church institutions and sen^ices 
Use as inclusive number for 250-260 

261 CHRISTIAN SOCIAL THEOLOGY 

Attitude and influence of Christianity on poHtics, social and 

economic conditions 

Includes religious Utopias 

For Moral theology, see 241; Sociology of reh'gion, 301.4; So- 
cial customs, 390; Religious history, 270 

jS Christianity and World Order 

Includes war, peace, pacifism, universal nationalism, inter- 
nationalism 

For Peace plans and movements, see 34J.I; Sociological as- 
pects of war, 301A6 

.7 Christianity and Political Order 

Includes Christianity and democracy, communism 
For Church and state, see 322.1 

.73 Religious Liberty 

For History of conflicts over religious liberty, see 270 

A Christianity and Socio-Economic Problems 

Includes marriage and family, race relations; education, reli- 
gion and material welfare, living conditions, labor problems 
For Marriage and family, see 301.422; racial minority 
groups, 301.45; Religious education, 268; Social welfare, 
360; Social customs, 390 

.85 Economic Order 

Includes property, business, capitalism, socialism 

262 CHURCH GOVERNMENT 

Theory and practice of ecclesiastical organization 
Includes geographic units of organization, e.g. diocese; central 
governing leaders, e.g. synods, council; lay bodies, e.g. congrega- 
tions 

For Church work, sec 250; Proceedings oi conventions, 280 

SI 



262.1-265.3 
262.1 

.12 
.13 
.14 



Decimal Classification 



52 



53 



Religion 



265.4-267.6 



.9 



263 



264 



.1 



265 



Church Hierarchy 

Ruling powers 

Episcopacy 
Papacy 

Clergy 

Group within church appointed and usually ordained to 
conduct worship, administer sacraments and carry on gen- 
eral work of church; variously termed orders, mmistry 
Includes priests, deacons, bishops 

Church Law 

Includes courts, trials 

Church law was formerly classified in 348 

CHRISTIAN SABBATH 

Includes Sunday observance 
For Judaic Sabbath, see 296.4 

PUBLIC WORSHIP 

Includes liturgies, divine services in church, Sunday schools (for- 
merly classified in 268), prayer meetings, conference meetmgs; 
prayer books, scripture readings, antiphonal or responsive read- 
ings, sacramentals, question of music in church services 

264.01-.09 may be divided like 280, e.g. Episcopal services and 

liturgy, 264.03 , . „o7 c 

For Creeds, see 238; Sermons, 252; Sacred music, 783; Sym- 
bolism in ecdesiology, 246-247; Fasts and holidays, 394.2 

Prayer 

For Table graces, see 249 

SACRAMENTS 

Established rite for administration of religious ceremonies 
Includes consecration and dedication ceremonies 



.1 


Baptism 




2 


Confirmation 




3 


Eucharist 






The Lord's Supper 


Holy communion 



265.4 

.5 
.6 

.7 
.8 



266 



267 



.3 



.5 



Holy Orders 

Ordination 

Marriage 

Penance 

Includes confession, absolution, indulgences 

Extreme Unction 

Religious Ceremonies for Sick and Dead 

For Pastoral counseling, see 253.5; Use of religion in Ueatment 
oi disease, 61S.85; Disposal of dead, 6 J 4.6 

MISSIONS 

Includes domestic and foreign and parish missions (formerly 
classified in 269) 

Where interest in foreign missions lies chiefly in relation to 
religious history, class in 274-279 

266.1-.9 may be divided like 280, e.g. Roman Catholic mis- 
sions, 266.2 

RELIGIOUS ASSOCIATIONS 

Includes denominational societies; local (formedy classified in 
256), national and international; associations for men or women, 
or both 

For Bible and tract societies, see 206; Missionary societies, 
266; Councils and federations of churches, 280.1 

Young Men s Christian Associations 

For Y.M.H.A., see 296.6 

Young Women's Christian Associations 
For Y.W.H.A., see 296.6 

Religious Societies of Young People 

Includes Christian endeavor 

For Young people's societies, see 369.4 



268-269.2 
268 



Decimal Classification 



$4 



RELIGIOUS EDUCATION 

Religious instruction in Sunday schools, church schools, or de- 
nominational agencies ^^^cnnnpl 
Includes administration, buildings, equipment, personnel 

For Theological seminaries, see 207; Education, 370; Religious 
architecture! 726.4; Religious grou, organization and leader- 
ship, 259 

4 Organization , 

Includes Sunday school, weekday, vacation, nursery schools; 
Inembe^ship, system of departments, promotion and diplomas 

6 Methods of Teaching . 

Includes curricula, lessons and lesson plans, manuals, visual 

aids r r>u • 4. 

For Bible stories, see 220.95 Fjctionized lives of Christ 

232.99; Religious stories, 244; Hymns, 783.9, Pasts and 
holidays, 394.2 

61 Special Methods 

Includes methods adapted to age groups, e.g^ preschool 
children, adolescents, youth, adults and young adults 

.8 Denominational Religious Education 

''' '=''tu™™dcd «,at R*ea.s be c,a*d . 2423. Pa* 

missions in 266 
For Personal religion, see 248; Evangelistic revival hymns, 

783.7 
^ Revivals 



270.1 



270-273 MOVEMENTS WITHIN CHRISTIAN CHURCH 

270 CHRISTIAN CHURCH HISTORY 

For History of Christian church in specific countries, see 274-279; 
History of specific Christian denomination, sect, or group, 280; 
Bibh'cal history, 220.9; History of rehgion, 209 



270.1-270.2 ANCIENT CHURCH 

Chnstmn chinch to 78'/ a.d. 

For Collected works oi early theologians, see 28J.I-.4; An- 
cient history, 930 

Apostolic Age, to 325 a.d. 

Christ to Constantine 

For History based on New Testament, see 225.95 
Ecumenical Councils, 325-787 a.d. 

Period of centralization 
Medieval Church 

Renaissance Church 

Includes Innocent III, papal schism, Avignon, nominalism vs 
realism, Greek church under Moslems, medieval dissent. In- 
quisition 



.3 
3 



.7 



270.6-270.8 MODERN CHURCH 
Christian church from 1517 

Reformation and Counter Reformation, 1517-1648 

Includes Council of Trent, Diet of Augsburg, Protestant re- 
volt and Luther, Melancthon, Calvin, Knox, religious wars 

For Reformation in specific country, see 274-279; Prot- 
estantism, 284 
Peace of Westphalia to French Revolution, 1648-1789 

Modem Church, 1789- 

Age of rationalism 

Includes atheism, pantheism, science and influence on 
Christianity; division and differentiation among Christians 

55 



II ; 



M 



271-279 



Decimal Classification 



56 



271 



.1 

.2 
.3 

.4 

.5 

.7 



.8 
.9 



.98 



272 



273 



274-279 



RELIGIOUS ORDERS 

Includes monasticism, monastic foundations, monasteries 

For Architecture of monasteries, see 726.7 

Benedictines 

Includes Cistercians, Trappists, Olivetans 

Dominicans 

Franciscans 

Includes Capuchins 

Augustinians 
Jesuits 

Other Catholic Orders 

Includes Carthusians, Carmelites, Sulpicians, Christian Broth- 
ers, Oblates, Lazarists 

Protestant Brotherhoods 

Sisterhoods 

Includes Catholic Sisters of Mercy, Sisters of Charity, Carmel- 
ites, Ladies of Sacred Heart, Little Sisters of Poor, Ursulenes 

Protestant Sisterhoods 

It is recommended that PERSECUTIONS OF 
CHRISTIANS be classified in 270.1-.8 or with country 

in 274-279 

It is recommended that HERESIES be classified in 270.1-.8 

or 274-279 

HISTORY OF CHRISTIAN CHURCH IN 

SPECIFIC COUNTRIES 

May be divided like 940-999, e.g. history of religion in Scotland, 

274.1 

For Census of religions, see 3 J 2.9 



280 CHRISTIAN CHURCHES AND SECTS 

History Doctrine Homiletics Institutions and services 
Includes church unity 

It is recommended that future consolidation of denomina- 
tions be classified in shortest number, e.g. uniting Protestant 
Episcopal church in U. S. and Presbyterian church in U. S. A., 
283.73; if numbers are of equal length, use first number, e.g. 
unification of Congregational churches in U. S. and Disciples 
of Christ, 285.873 

For Process ot diversification and differentiation within Chris- 
tian church, see 270; Church government, 262 



280.1 



281 



.1 



.3 
.4 
.9 



282 



Ecumenical Movement 

Harmonious relations between Christian churches, denomina- 
tions 

For Organization ot ecumenical councils, see 262; History ot 
early ecumenical councils, 270.2 

PRIMITIVE CHURCHES 

Includes Oriental Christian churches (Armenian, Coptic, Abys- 
sinian, Syrian) 

For Ancient history of Christian church, see 270.1-.2 
281.1-289.9 SPECIFIC CHURCHES, SECTS 

May be divided like g40-ggg 

Apostolic Church to 1054 

Includes works of apostolic and church fathers 

For Apocryphal works, see 229 

Ante-Nicene, 100-325 
Post-Nicene, 325-1054 

Eastern or Greek Orthodox Church 

For History of schism between East and West, see 270.3 

ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH 

57 



III 



283-285.2 



283 



284 



.1 
1 



A 

.5 
.6 

.7 
.8 



285 



.1 



Decimal Classification 



58 



283-289 PROTESTANT SECTS 

May be divided like 940-999 
ANGLICAN CHURCH 

S' o?kS»i « !s^ ss.: ^ 

Church in America 

PROTESTANTISM 

Inclusive works on Protestant sects 

For History of Protestant movement, see 270-279 

Lutheran Churches 

Reformed or Calvinistic Churches in Europe 

Includes Arminians, Remonstrants 

. 784 ■?• Reformed Church in America, 
For Huguenots, see 284.5, Kerorm 

285; Calvin in church history, l/(i 

Hussites 

Includes Anabaptists 

Waldenses and Albigenses 
Huguenots 

Moravians 

Scandinavians 

Modem Schisms in Catholic Church 
Includes Old Catholic, Jansenists 

terian Church of U. S. (South) 
Presbyterian Church in British Empire 



59 



Religion 



285.7-289.1 



285.7 



& 



.9 



286 



.1 
JS 

.7 



287 



.6 



.8 



288 



289 



.1 



Reformed Bodies in America 

Includes Christian Reformed Church, Reformed Church in 
America, Evangehcal and Reformed Church [Reformed 
Church in U. S. (German) and Evangehcal Synod of North 
America] 

Congregationalism 

Includes Congregational Christian Church (Congregational 
and Christian Church) 

Puritanism 

For Puritanism which became Congregationalism in Amer- 
ica, see 285.8 

BAPTIST CHURCHES AND OTHER 

IMMERSIONIST SECTS 

Includes Freewill or Free Baptists, Old School or "Hard shell" 
Baptists, Seventh-Day Baptists 

Calvinistic or Regular Baptists 

Disciples of Christ 

Includes Campbellites, Christians 

Adventist Bodies 

Includes Seventh-Day Adventists, Church of God 

METHODISM 

Includes Wesleyan Methodists, Calvinistic Methodists 

Methodist Church (America) 

Includes Methodist Episcopal Church, Methodist Episco- 
pal Church South and Methodist Protestant Church 

Methodism Among Negroes 

Includes African M. E. Church, Colored M. E. Church, 
African M. E. Zion Church 

UNITARIANISM 

Includes Socinianism 

OTHER CHRISTIAN SECTS 
Universalism 



289.2-289-93 



Decimal Classification 



60 



289.2 



.3 



.4 
.5 

.51 
.52 
JS 

.7 

.8 
.9 



.92 



.93 



Will Remain Unassigned 

It is recommended that libraries specializing i" ^^f ^^ure of 
a sect which has not been assigned an individual number, 
use 289.2 permanently 

Latter Day Saints 

Includes Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; Mor- 

mons 
New Church or Swedenborgianism 

Christian Science 
Authorized Works 
Unauthorized Works 

"tides HicWte (Liberal), Society of Friends (Orthodox) 

Mennonites 

Includes Amish, Church of God in Christ 

Shakers 

Other Christian Sects . „ , ,1 

Includes Churches of God, Churches of Christ, Pentecostal 
Assemblies, Salvation Army, Spiritualists 

Brethren , ^, , 

Includes Brethren Church, Church of Brethren Church 
of God Old German Baptist Brethren, Plymouth Breth^ 
ren; Dunkards 

Evaneelical Bodies 

Includes Evangelical Unifed Brethren Church (Evangei- 
cafa^^^^^^^ and Church of Umted Brethren m Chnst) 



290 NON-CHRISTIAN RELIGIONS 

Founders Sacred books Doctrine 
Includes comparative religion 

291 COMPARATIVE MYTHOLOGY 

Includes religious topics, sacred books and sacred persons, priest- 
craft 

For Specific mythology, see reJigion, e.g. Celtic mythology, 
299.16; Religion in cu/tural anthropology, S72.7; Sociology of 
religion, 301 A; Folklore, 398 

JZ Doctrinal Theology 

Includes divinities, gods, animism, fetishism, totemism, nature- 
worship; animals, celestial bodies, fire, earth; worship of hu- 
man beings: ancestors, dead; phallicism or sex-worship 

.3 Forms of Worship 

.35 Sacred Places 

.37 Symbolism 

Includes Swastika, cross 

292 GREEK AND ROMAN RELIGION AND 

MYTHOLOGY 

293 TEUTONIC AND NORTHERN RELIGION 

AND MYTHOLOGY 

294 BUDDHISM AND BRAHMANISM 

In Japan, Korea, Philippines, Malaysia, China 

Includes religions deriving from them; Brahman Sacred Books 

(Vedas, Upanishads, Mahabharata and Bhagavadgita) 

.1 Vedic Religion 

.3 Buddhism 

Includes Southern Buddhism 

.32 Northern Buddhism (China, Japan, Korea) 

Includes Lamaism (Tibet, Mongolia) 

.4 Jainism 

6i 



294-5-*96-38 



Decimal Classification 



62 



294.5 



. .58 



295 



.1 



.38 



Hinduism 

Changes introduced into Brahmanism after struggle with 

Buddhism 

Includes Sikhism, Saktism and Brahmo-Soma] 

Theosophy 

Cult founded by Helene Blavatsky 

NON-SEMITIC ASIATIC RELIGIONS 

Includes Iranian religions (Parseeism, Zoroastrianism, Mithraism, 
Mazdaism) 



2% JUDAISM 



For Histor)' and archeology based on Bible see 22L9; Jewish 
sects of Bible times, 221.95; Christian missions o Jews, 266 
wish miiionty groups, 30J .45; Political status -^^f^^^^'^f^, 
323.1; Refugee problem, 325.21; Ancient /f;'^\^f,7'/^^' 
Zionism and history of modern Palestine and Israel, 956.94 

Bible and Other Basic Sources 

Includes Midrash; Talmud (Mishna, Gemara, Halakah, Ha- 
gadah ) ; Aboth; Responda 

For Holv Scriptures, see 221; Pentateuch or Torah, 222.1; 

Bible stories, 220.95; Kabbalab and Zohar, 181.3 

Principles Theology 

Includes philosophical speculation on revelation and reason; 

concepts of God, universe, man, sin, atonement, salvation, 

angelology, cschatology; mcssiah, restoration, immortality; 

prophecies 

For Prophecies concerning secular events see 22U5 e^g. 
Restoration of national state of Israel; Works of Philo u- 
daeus, Maimonides, 181.3; Interpretation of Jesus Christ, 

232.9 

Moral and Social Theology 

Includes Jewish law, ethics; international order, democracy, 
religious freedom, society, marriage and family 
For Ethics, see \1^\ Philanthropy, 360 



65 



296.4 



.42 
.43 



297 



& 



299 



KtM^ion 



296.4-299 



Services Rights 

Includes hymns, responsive readings. Sabbath, piety; rites: cir- 
cumcision, confirmation, marriage, funeral rites 

For Legends, see 398.2 

Homiletics Sermons 

Prayers 

Includes prayers for special occasions, e.g. Passover, Hagadah 

For Fasts and \io\id.^y%, see 394.2 

Jewish Institutions and Activities 

Includes polity. Temple, tabernacle, synagogue. Rabbi's work, 
administration of synagogue activities, organizations including 
individual societies, religious education, e.g. Y.M.H.A. and 
Y.W.H.A. 

MOHAMMEDANISM 

Includes Sacred Book (Koran) 
Bahaism 

SEMITIC AND OTHER NON-CHRISTIAN 

RELIGIONS 

May be divided like 491-499, e.g. Babylonian, 299.219; Con- 
fucianism, Taoism, 299.51; Celtic, 299.16; except as provided 
above, e.g. Chinese Buddhism, 294.32; Judaism, 296; Moham- 
medanism, 297 



300 Social Sciences 



Sciences which deal with social conditions, rela- 
tions and institutions which arc involved in man's 
existence and weiJ being as a member oi an organ- 
ized community 

For Form divisions 2-8, see p. Iv; exceptions I and 9 follow: 

301 SOCIOLOGY 

Study of man in the community; of group life, customs, tradi- 
tions, institutions, and ways of thinking and living 

01 Sociological Theory and Method 

Includes history, concepts, methodology 

X Social Psychology 

Study of interaction: of individuals with each other, of indi- 
vidual and his group, and of groups with each other 

For Psychology, see ISO 

,12 Socialization and Personality 

Place of social and cultural conditioning in development 
and operation of personality 

Includes analysis of motivation, habits, attitudes and 
ideas; interactional determinants of personality (identifi- 
cation, projection, compensation, rationalization); effect 
of isolation on individual 

For Psychological foundation of personah'ty, see 137 

.15 Collective Behavior 

Spontaneous and elementary ways by which social order 
comes into existence in the sense of emergence and crys- 
tallization of new forms of collective behavior 

For Organized forms of collective behavior, see specific 
subject, e.g. Customs, 390; Conventions, 301. J 52; In- 
stitutions and social organization, 301.4 
64 



es 



Social Sciences 



301.152-301.158 



301.152 



.153 



Social Control 

Use of overt force (censorship, fines, banishment, im- 
prisonment, physical punishment, torture, death) and 
symbohc means (propaganda, advertising, indoctrina- 
tion, insignia, honors, awards, satire, censure) to en- 
force or bring about prescribed or expected rules or 
actions 

Includes informal controls of conventions, mores and 
public opinion (formerly classified in .154) 

For Formal controls, see sub/ect, e.g. Law, 340; Con- 
hols within labor groups, 331; Controls in economic 
production, 338; Controls within professions, the 
profession 

Social Movements 

Collective enterprise to establish new order of life, 
arising in unrest and motivated both by dissatisfaction 
and hopes for a new scheme 

Includes general social movements, e.g. labor, youth, 
peace movements; specific social movements, e.g. re- 
form and revolutionary movements; expressive move- 
ments, e.g. religious and fashion movements 



.154 



It is recommended that Public Opinion be classified 
in 301.152 



.155 
.158 



Leadership 

Elementary Collective Groupings 

Formation Characteristics Behavior 

Includes crowds (casual, e.g. street crowds watching 
a performer; conventionalized, e.g. spectators at 
baseball games; expressive, e.g. carnival, dancing 
crowds of primitive sects; acting or psychological, 
e.g. lynching mob); mass; public 



301.2-301.3 
301.2 



Decimal Classification 



66 



23 



■ .24 



.243 



Culture and Social Change 

Culture is totality of man's techniques, customs, traditions, 
institutions, values, and ways of interpreting world of nature 

and man 

Includes cultural traits, patterns, complexes, larger units 
such as universal and total culture patterns; variability be- 
cause of geographic isolation; varied adjustments to differ- 
ent kinds of climate, topography and resources; crises of 
disasters such as flood, fire, epidemic, war 

For Cultural anthropology, see 572.7 

* 

Social-cultural Processes 

Includes socialization or enculturation, opposition (com- 
petition and conflict), cooperation, differentiation, and 
specialized forms (stratification, accommodation and as- 
similation or acculturation) 
These processes were formerly classified in 301.1 5 3Z-b 

Social-cultural Change 

Includes theory of degeneration (Hesiod), flux or cyclic 
change (Plato, Aristotle, Spengler, Toynbee), genetic de- 
velopment (Darwin) and progress (doctrine of Western 
world ) 

For Social-cultural planning, see 309.2 

Processes of Social-Cultural Change 

Invention or discovery Diffusion 

Includes effects of technology, mass communication 
on culture 



.3 



Human Ecology 

Study of population: composition, growth, decline, move- 
ment . , 
Includes ecological processes of invasion, succession, special- 
ization, centralization 

For Demography or statistics of population, see 31.2; Hu- 
man geography, 91 J; Race, 572; Migration, 325 



67 



Social Sciences 



301.32-301.37 



301.32 



.323 



Population 

Both number of inhabitants and processes of immigra- 
tion, colonization, settlement and natural increase or de- 
crease 

Includes problem of numbers, e.g. balance between num- 
bers of population and sustenance; theories of Malthus 
and his successors (formerly classified in 312.1) 

For Political aspect of migration and colonization, see 
325; Statistical approach to population (census, vital 
statistics) y 312 

Composition of Population 

Includes problems of an aging population, differentials 
in birth and death rates, selection and quality of popu- 
lation by means of negative eugenics (elimination of 
unfit by segregation, sterilization, eontraception) and 
positive eugenics (reproduction by superior stock) 
Eugenics was formerly classified in 575.1 

For Genetics, see 575; Vital statistics, 312 



301.35-301.37 ECOLOGICAL ORGANIZATION 

.35 Rural Community 

Analysis of rural society and culture 
Includes open country, village or towncentered, agricul- 
tural village and plantation types of community; changes 
due to commercialization and mechanization of farming; 
interaction; differences between rural and urban life 



.36 



Urban Community 

Ecology, organizations and institutions, and distinctive 
interactional features and future trends of the modern 
city 

Includes suburbs 



.37 



Regions 

Includes metropolitan districts, intranational regions (ge- 
ographic, political, economic basis) 

For Planning, see 309.2 



301.4-30 1-44 
301.4 



Decimal Classification 



68 



.42 
.422 



.423 



.424 



.425 



.426 



.427 



.428 



.43 



.44 



Social Organization and Institutions 

includes political, economic, industrial and religious sociol- 
ogy, social disorganization or pathology 

For Anthropology, see S72; Educational sociology, 370.19 

Family 

Nature and Forms of Marriage 

Includes monogamy, polygamy, polyandry, companion- 
ate marriage; marriage prohibitions 

Family and Social Order 

Includes effects of industrialization, urbanization, war 
upon family 

Variations in Sex Life Outside Marriage Relationship 

Includes pre-marital relations, prostitution, homo-sex- 
uality 

Courtship Behavior and Mate Selection 

For Human genetics, see 613.9 

Husband-wife Relationship 

Includes preparation for marriage; elements of success- 
ful marriage; marriage counseling; planned parenthood 
For Sex instruction, see 612.6; Birth control, 6 J 2. 3 

Parent-child Relationship 

For Child care, see 649. J; Child psychology, 136.7 

Family Dissolution 

Includes divorce ' 

For Divorce as problem of social disorganization, see 
301.46 

Voluntary Associations 

Includes special interest groups 

Social Stratification and Social Status 

Includes socio-economic groups, e.g. aristocracy,, bour- 
geoisie, proletariat 



69 



Social Sciences 



301.45-309.22 



301.45 Ethnic Groups 

Includes racial minorities, e.g. Negroes, Indians; socio- 
religious groups, e.g. Jews; social groupings and minority 
groups within a nation 

For Anthropology, see S72; Colonization of speciRc 
countries, 325.4-.9 

.46 Social Disorganization 

Includes social problems caused by population maladjust- 
ment (over-population, distribution problems, e.g. rural- 
urban relationship; composition); by physical and mental 
disabilities (mental deficiency, mental disease); by eco- 
nomic maladjustment (unemployment, insecurity and old 
age, industrial accidents and occupational diseases, long 
hours and low wages, women and children in industry, 
labor groups); bv cultural maladjustments (problems of 
culture contact, e.g. racial conflict, assimilation of racial 
and national groups); family disorganization, child wel- 
fare, crime, juvenile delinquency, war, suicide, decline of 
church 

For Specific problem, see subject, e.g. Population mal- 
ad/ustment, 30132; Economic niahdjustment, 33 J; 
Cultural contact, 301 .2; Family disorganization, 301 A2; 
Child weliaTc, 362,7; Crime, 364; Juvenile delinquency, 
364.3; War, 34 J; Social planning, 309.2 



309 HISTORY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES 

.1 Social Surveys 

.2 Planning 

Includes comprehensive works on social and economic 
planning 

For Planning in specific fields, see subject, e.g. City 
planning: Housing, 71 IS; Social security, 368.4; Con- 
servation of natural resources, 333.72; Agricultural pro- 
duction planning, 3 3 8. J; Economic policy or planning, 
338.9 

.22 International Coordination and Planning 

For International cooperarion, see 34J; International re- 
lations, 327 



309.23-309.25 

309.23 
.24 

.25 



Decimal ChssiRcation 



70 



National Planning 
Regional Planning 

Planning on a geographic basis, e.g. T.V.A. 

State Planning 



311 



312 



.1 



.2 



310 STATISTICS 

Classification and frequency of occurrence of different kinds of 
things or different attributes of things as basis for induction and 
inference 

For Application to speciEc subjects (except population), see 
subjects, e.g. Social surveys, 309. J; Vital statistics, 312; Statistics 
of specific countries, 314-319; Form divisions .J- 9, p. Iv 

STATISTICAL METHOD 

Includes preparation of schedules, survey methods, tabulation, 
presentation (graphs, charts) 

For Statistical method for specific subjects {except popula- 
tion), see subjects, e.g. Tabulation of statistical data in educa- 
tional research, 370.78 

Mathematical Statistics 

Includes design of experiment, sampling design, statistical 
control of quality 

Where interest in mathematical statistics lies chiefly in math- 
ematics, class in 519.9 

DEMOGRAPHY 

Statistical study and analysis of state and movement of human 
population inclusive of census enumeration, registration of vital 
processes and of whatever quantitative statistical analysis can be 
made on these bases 

For Migration and settlement, see 32S; Population theories 
and problems, 301.3 

Births and Birth Rates 

Statistics and analyses of reported births 

Includes registration of births; differentials in fertility and 

birth rates as shown in census reports and vital statistics 

It is recommended that Limitation of birth rate, Malthusian 
theory be classified in 301.32 

Deaths and Death Rates 

Statistics and analyses of deaths 

Includes statistics of death due to specific causes 

For Mortality and survival tables, see 368.3 

71 



312.5-312.9 



Decimal Classification 



72 



312.5 



.8 



.9 



Marriage and Divorce Statistics and Rates 

Statistics and analyses 

Population Mobility 

Statistics and analyses of increase, decrease, movement of pop- 
ulation 

For Problems of increase or decrease oi population, see 

301.32 

Distribution and Characteristics of Population 

Statistics and analyses of population by age, sex, nationality, 
race, religion, education 

314-319 GEOGRAPHIC STATISTICS 

Includes only statistics too general to be classified with their 
subjects, e.g. Statistics of New York, 317.47 

For Geographic statistics applied to specific subject, see 
subject, e.g. Medical statistics of New York, 610 
May be divided like 940-999 



320 POLITICAL SCIENCE 

Theory Organization 

State is politically organized body of people possessing both ex- 
ternal and internal sovereignty, expressing its will by means of 
the agency of government 
Includes politics 

For Law, see 340; Public administration, 350; Political history^ 
900; Judicial branch of government, 347.9; Executive branch 
of government, 353; Political sociology, 30J.4; Form divisions 
2-.8, p. Iv, exceptions in .J and .9 tollow: 



320,1 



Political Theory 

Theory of origin, form, behavior and purpose of state 
Includes distribution of peoples, ethnical unity; size, position 
and geographical unity of territory; frontiers and boundaries; 
acquisition and loss of territor>^; geo-politics 

It is recommended that Nationalism be classified in 321.8 
For Functions of government, see 322; Dcjnography, 3J2 



15 



Origin and Nature of State 

Theories of origin, e.g. divine right, juridical, organismic, 
social contract, historical or evolutionary 



157 



Sovereignty 

Nature Location 

Power of state: state is independent of compulsion or 
interference from other states, and absolute in author- 
ity over all individuals or associations of individuals 
within state 



158 



Unity 

Includes allegiance, loyalty, patriotism 

For Group unity, see 30JJ5; Symbols of patriotism, 
929.8-.9 

73 



320.9-321-°^^ 



Decimal Classification 



74 



320.9 



321 



History of Political Science and Theory 

Includes comparahvc government and descnpt.ons of speafic 

governments; civics Government, 

May be divided like 93U-VVV, e.g. 

fI! Government of United Nations, see 341.13; Local gov- 
«r35"- Political history, 900; Executive government, 

353-354 
FORM OF STATE AND GOVERNMENT 

,2U; No„-seUgov„„ing van^o-^ 

ment for colonies, 325.31, Lmpire, ^-^.^ . 

national organization, 341.1 

F„ Comparative gover ent and descnptions of ■nd.v.dua 

gove— see slo.Q; PoKical htory 900; An*ropolog,cal 
Studies of primitive organizations, 5/ A/ 
01 Representative and Non-representative Government 

Includes relationship between executive, ^egi^^tive and ,u- 
S branches; separation of powers between branches (for- 
merly classified in 353-354) 

For Legislative branch, see 328.3; Judicial branch, 347.9, 
Executive branch, 353-354 
n? Unitary and Federal Government 

Includes powers distributed between national government 
and tnous degrees of local government; centralization and 
decentralization of powers 

For Administration of local government, see 35- 

071 Federal State . , . 

t;- ^ nf state in which separate units, retammg their 
Form «f^f *; !\^7;;„^ J, certain internal interests, 
SrortseTo^Lignty and exist as component 

S^^S-:«wealth relaticm.^™?n of 
commonwealth to union; doctrine of t^te ngh 

For Admission of commonwealth to United States, see 

973 



1 ! 



7S 


Social Sciences 321.04-321.85 


321.04 


World State 


.07 


Ideal State 




Utopias 




For Economic aspects of iitopias, see 335 



.09 



Change of Form of State 

It is recommended that Coups d'etat and revolutions be 
classified in 323.2 



j5 



Absolutism 

Includes national states not based on support of people, e.g. 
dictatorship, absolute monarchy 

It is recommended that Modern dictatorship be classified in 
321.85 



.8 



National State 

Includes national states based on support of people; nation- 
alism 



.82 



Democracy 

Representative democracy Republic 



.83 



Socialism 

For Economic aspects of sociahsm, see 335; Utopias, 321.07; 
Socialist parties, 329.8-.9 



.84 



Communism 

FoT Economic aspects of communism, see 335.4; Commu- 
nist parties, 329.8-.9 



.85 



Fascism 

Includes Nazism, Falangism 

Fascism was formerly classified in 321.6 
For Economic aspects of Fascism, see 339.6 



322-323-3 



322 



.1 



323 



.2 



.3 



Decimal Classification 



76 



77 



Social Sciences 



323.35-324 



PROVINCE AND FUNCTION OF STATE 

AND GOVERNMENT 

Includes trends in separation of politics from some institutions 
and increasing governmental responsibility in others; functions 
not interfering with private enterprise; functions compctmg 
with private enterprise 

Use as inclusive number for 322 and 323 
For Diplomatic functions, see 327; Military functions, 355; 
State and education, 379; Taxation, 336.2; Economic and so- 
cial planning, 309.2; State and business, 338.9 

Church and State 

For Attitude and effect of church on political order, see 261.7 

RELATIONS OF STATE TO INDIVIDUALS 

OR GROUPS 

Protection of indixiduals and groups against encroachment on 
part of state government; and by state government, agamst en- 
croachment by other individuals or groups 

For Political liberty, see 323.44; Political parties, 329; Crimes 

against state, 364.13 

Nationalities, Races, and Religious Groups 

Political problems based on social and cultural interests in- 
volving groups 

For International migration and colonization, see 325; Pub- 
lic policy toward aliens, 325.1 ; Sociological aspects of minor- 
ity groups, 301.45; Nationalism, 32]. 8 

Political Struggles 

Includes revolutions, revolts, riots, subversive activities 

Coups d'etat and revolutions were formerly classified in 321 
For International law of civil war, see 341.39; Crimes 
against state, 364.13; Martial law, 355.9 

Hereditary and Economic Classes 

Problems involving recognition of rights within state 
Includes nobility, aristocracy, upper middle, lower middle 
class, bourgeois, laborers, proletariat, peasantry 
For Economic problems of laborers, see 331 



323.35 Communities 

Includes urban, suburban and rural 

For Local government, see 352; Sociological aspects ot 
communities, 30135-37; City planning, 711 

A State and Individual 

Includes doctrine of natural rights or legal immunities of indi- 
viduals which in a democratic state the state protects against 
interference, e.g. life, equality, pursuit of happiness, freedom 
from want, rights of assembly and of petition, property; limita- 
tion and suspension of civil liberties 

.44 Liberty 

Includes freedom of speech, religion, press, conscience, 
drama, art, academic freedom 

For National liberty, or external sovereignty, see 320 A 57; 
Freedom and censorship oi specific activities, the sub/ect, 
e.g. Press, 070. J 3; Movies and radio, 792.93-.95 

JS Citizenship 

For Civics, see 320.9; Political liberty, 324; Dual citizenship in 
international law, 34J.5I 

.61 Laws 

May be divided bv countrv like 930-999, e.g. citizenship 
laws of Brazil, 323.6181 

.62 Naturalization 

.67 Alien Privileges 

Includes passports 

For Aliens in international law, see 34i.5I; Regulation 
and control ot aliens, 32 5. J 

324 ELECTIONS AND SUFFRAGE 

Includes electorate as branch of government, e.g. powers 
demonstrated in party platforms, policies determined in in- 
itiative and referendum 

For Public opinion polls, see 301. 152; Party platforms and 
policies, 329; Initiative and referendum, 328 



324.1 



Decimal Classification 



78 



79 



Social Sciences 



325-325.29 



.2 
.21 



.22 



.23 



.24 



.25 



.27 



3 



.4-.9 



Suffrage 

Includes qualifications (age, sex, citizenship, residence, prop- 
erty mental and moral, poll tax); movement for national 
ballots for qualified voters without permanent local residence 

For Woman suffrage, see 324.3 

Elections 

Voting Systems 

•Includes plural (weighted or differential) and compulsory- 
voting 

Basis of Representation 

Includes functional, minority and proportional representa- 
tion 

For Legislative bodies and basis of representation, see 

328.33 

Nomination of Candidates 

Includes party conferences, caucus, direct primary, platform 

Voting Procedure 

Includes registration; conduct and voting procedure, e.g 
hours, polls, judges, clerks, secret ballot certification of 
votes; absentee voting; voting procedure of electoral college 

Ballot 

Includes short ballot, Australian system, second ballot, 

voting machines 

Corrupt Practices 

Includes bribery, false registration and voting 

For Corrupt practices in party politics, see 329; Contested 
seats in legislative bodies, 328.33; Crimes against state, 
364.J3 

Woman Suffrage 

For Woman's position, see 396; Woman suffrage party of 

U. S., 329.8 

Suffrage and Election by Country 

May be divided like 940-999, e.g. Suffrage and elections m 
India, 324.54 



325 INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION AND 

COLONIZATION 

Transference of residence from one country to another 

For Demography, see 312; Domestic population pohcy, 
30J.32; Agricultural colonization, 333.76; Mobility and distri- 
bution of labor, 33 J. J J; Migrator}' labor, 33 J. 67 



,1 Immigration 

Policies Regulation Administration 

Entrance into country to establish permanent residence or 
obtain employment 

Includes oEcial organization of immigrant service, treat- 
ment of immigrants; inspection, registration, fees, policy 
(restriction, exclusion, selection, quota systems) 

For Immigration to special counthes, see 325.4-.9; Alien 
privileges and passports, 323.67; Relations between state 
and minority groups within country, 323.1; Sociological 
aspects of minority groups, 301. 4S 

.2 Emigration 

Departure from one country or region to settle and reside in 

another 

Includes emigration policy ^ 

.21 Promotion and Assistance 

Includes transfer of population; displaced persons, refugees 
from viewpoint of immigration and emigration 

For World War IJ refugees, see 940.53J 

.24-.29 Emigration and Emigration Policy of Specific Countries 

May be divided like 930-999, e.g. Chinese emigrants, 

325.251 

For Relations between state and minority groups ivithin na- 
tion, see 323.]; Sociological aspects of minority groups, 
30 J. 45 



I 



325-3-327 



Decimal Classification 



80 



325.3 



.31 



33-.39 



.4-.9 



326 



.9 



327 



Colonization 

Occupation and permanent settlement of territory by nationals 
of state under political control of that state; sometimes loosely 
used as extension of sovereignty by imperialist power over peo- 
ples and lands of weaker countries 

Includes non-self governing territories, spheres of influence; 
colonial empire 

For Political history oi empires and of specific colonies, see 

930-999 

Colonial Government 

Organization Administration 

Includes international control (mandate and trusteeship 
control ) 

Colonization by Specific Countries 

May be divided by nation controlling colonies like 930-999 
e.g. British Empire, 325.342 

Colonization of Specific Countries 

May be divided like 940-999, e.g. Immigration and coloni- 
zation of Alaska, 325.798 

SLAVERY 

Includes serfdom, slave trade, antislavery and proslavery docu- 
ments, emancipation 

It is recommended that Socio-economic aspect of Negro prob- 
lem be classified in 301.45 
For U. S. Civil War, see 973.7 

History of Slavery 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 

International relations deal viith what has been done or what is 
proposed to be done in given situations 
Includes foreign policy 

May be used as inclusive number for 327 and 341 
FoT Diplomatic history, see 930-999, e.g. Diplomatic history 
ot France, 944; International law (what ought to be done or 
not done), 34 J; InternationaJ organization and world peace, 
34J.I; International Jaw of diplomatic service, 341.7; Execu- 
tive powers, 353.03; 354; Legislative powers, 328.34; Specific 
treaties, history of country, e.g. Treaty of Paris, 973.32 



I 



81 



Social Sciences 



327.3-328.36 



327.3-.9 International Relations of Specific Countries 

May be divided like 930-999 

For Diplomatic history of specific countries, see 930-999; 

Geopolitics, 320. J; Nationah'sm, 32J.8 

328 LEGISLATION 

Includes uniform laws, direct legislation (referendum, initiative) 

For Law, see 340 

J Parliamentary Law 

.3 Legislative Bodies 

Legislative branch of government 

Includes sessions, their frequency, length and types; upper and 

lower chambers 

For Sessions law, see 3 4 5. J, 346, 349 

•33 Membership 

Includes qualification, compensation, tenure, methods of se- 
lection, seating of new members, contested seats, legislative 
mandate or freedom of representation, apportionment of 
seats on geographic, functional, proportional bases, repre- 
sentation of minority parties, electoral districts, voting priv- 
ilege, reapportionment reforms (Gerrj^mandering) 

.34 Powers 

Includes defined and implied powers, e.g. powers to investi- 
gate; powers to formulate statute law, to amend constitu- 
tion, to control revenue and appropriations, to share respon- 
sibility in making treaties, and miscellaneous functions, e.g. 
power to judge elections, to investigate or punish members; 
privileges and immunities, prerogatives 

.36 Organization 

Includes procedure in suspension and investigation of mem- 
bers and in cases of impeachment, appointment and election 
of officers; organization of committees, subcommittees, and 
commissions; party officers, committees and party discipline; 
lobbying 

For Parliamentary law, see 328. J; Legislative manuals, 08 
under 328.4-.9; Party politics, 329 



I 



328.37-329-5 



Decimal Classification 



82 



83 



Social Sciences 



329.6-329.9 



328.37 



.39 



.4^.9 



329 



.01 
.02 



.1 
3 



.4 
.5 



Procedure 

Includes petitions, addresses, joint resolutions, local and 
private legislation, legislative reference service, bills (tech- 
nique in bill drafting, readings, calendars, vote taking) 

Types of Legislative Bodies 

Includes unicameral, bicameral 

Legislative Bodies of Countries 

May be divided like 940-999, and further divided: 01 journals 
02 debates 03 abstracts 04 documents 05 rules 
08 legislative manuals 09 history. An exception may be 
made for U. S. and its component units by omitting 0, e.g. 
History of U. S. congress, 328.739; N. Y. (state) legislative 
manual, 328.7478. For other nations is in some cases needed 
to avoid conflicting numbers, e.g. unless is used, 328.469 
could mean either legislative bodies in Portugal or history of 
legislative bodies in Spain 

POLITICAL PARTIES 

Organization Campaign methods Conventions Func- 
tions 

Includes party politics 

For Ejections, see 324; Nomination of candidates, 324.23; 

Political history, 900 

U. S. Presidential Campaign Documents of All Parties 

Political Machines 

Includes bosses 

For Poh'tical sociology, see 301.4 

Federalist 

Democratic 

Includes Republican-Democratic or Jeffersonian Republican 

party 

Whigs 

American or Know-nothing 

Includes Native Americanism 



329.6 



.8 



.9 



Republican 

Includes liberal Republican movements, e.g. Progressive party 
of 1912 

Other U. S. Parties and Political Clubs 

Includes Prohibition, Greenback, Woman suffrage, People*s 
( Populist ) Socialist, Labor, Communist; political societies 
(formerly classified in 363) 

Parties in Other Countries 

May be divided like 940-999, e.g. Political parties in France, 
329.944 



8s 



Social Sciences 



331-115-331-21 



330.1 



.15 



.18 
.9 



331 



.1 



.11 



.112 



330 ECONOMICS 

Study of problems men face in their attempts to satisfy their wants 
in a world of scarcity 

For Form divisions .2-.8, see p. Iv; exceptions in .1 and .9 

follow: 

Economic Theory 

Includes capitalism and free enterprise 

For Theories of specific aspects of economics, see subject, 
e.g. Marginal utility in price determination, 338.522; Col- 
lectivistic systems of government, 335 

Schools of Economic Thought 

Includes theories of Mercantilists, Physiocrats, Classicists 
(Adam Smith, Malthus), Historical school. Social econo- 
mists (Marx), Socio-ethical school, American Institutional- 
ism, Kcynesian economics 

Methodology of Economics 
Comparative Economic Systems 

Includes economic history 

LABOR AND LABOR PROBLEMS 

Those who work or wish to work for wages, and problems arising 
out of conflict between employer and employee over division 
and control of the product of industry 
Includes government regulation of labor 
For Form divisions 01-09, see p. Iv 

Employment and Unemployment 

Includes security, insecurity, discrimination 

It is recommended that Collective bargaining be classified 

in 331.891 

For Personnel management, see 658.3 

Labor Market 

Interaction of labor supply (total number of workers of 
various grades available) and demand (classes of jobs of- 
fered by employers) 

Labor Supply 

84 



331.115 



.13 



.137 



.15 



.153 



.154 



.155 



21 



Labor Demand 

For Distiibution of population, see 3J2.9; Migration, 325 



Unemployment 

Causes Effect 



Incidence 



Unemployment as in\oluntary idleness of those who are 
able to work and arc looking for work 
Includes cyclical unemployment caused by depressions; 
seasonal unemployment; technological unemployment 
caused by new machines and processes 

Remedies for Unemployment 

Includes methods used by unions, employers and govern- 
ment to prevent and relieve unemployment, e.g. union 
benefit plans, severance wages, unemployment benefits, 
work relief 

For UnempJoymenf insurance, sec 368.44; Vocational 
education, 37J.426 

Industrial Relations 

Includes industrial dcniocracy, cooperative management 

For Labor unions, see 331.88; Industrial disputes and 
weapons ot labor, 3 3 J. 89, Management, 6S8 

It is recommended that Conciliation be classified in 
331.899 

It is recommended that Mediation be classified in 
331.899 

It is recommended that Arbitration be classified in 
331.899 

Wages and Income 

Remuneration of production employees and office workers in 
all industries 

For Salaries of teachers, see 37J.I6; Other specific profes- 
sions, the profession; Wages and forced labor, 3 3 J. 5 

Determination of Wages and Income 

Includes wage theories (subsistence, wages-fund, marginal 
productivity, bargaining); fixing wage rates (degree of com- 
petition and bargaining strength) 



331.215-331-59 



Decimal Classification 



86 



87 



Social Sciences 



331.6-331.823 



M 



331.215 



.22 



.25 

.253 

.254 

J6 
.28 
.29 



Adequacy of Wages and Income of Workers 

In terms of meeting absolute standards of economic well 
being and in comparison with income of other economic 
classes 

For Standards oi living, sec 339.42 

Wage Rates 

Amount of money paid per hour, week or piece of output 
for various occupations on labor market 
Includes extra pay, bonus, subsidies; extra pay for overtime, 
nights and holidays; guaranteed wage, portal to portal pay 

For Use of incentive wage systems by njanagement, see 
6S832 

Welfare Remedies to Combat Low Wages 

Pensions, pension trusts 

It is recommended that Group Insurance be classified 
in 368 

• It is recommended that Social Insurance be classified 
in 368.4 

Legislative Remedies to Combat Low Wages 

Statistics and Facts of Wages in Industries 

Statistics and Facts of Labor in Specific Countries 



^^1^_^^1,6 PROBLEMS OF SUBSTANDARD WORKERS 

Wages Hours Working conditions Effects Remedies 

.3 Children in Industry 

.4 Women in Industry 

Includes women and children, unless children are emphasized 

3 Compulsory Labor 

Includes contract labor 

For Convict labor, see 36S.6S; Slaver)^ and serfdom, 326 



.59 



Handicapped and Disabled 

For VocationaJ rehabilitation or training ot handicapped and 
disabled, see 37L91 



33L6 
.62 
.63 
.66 
.67 



.7 
.796 

.8 
.81 



.82 



.822 



.823 



Other Substandard Workers 
Immigrant Workers 
Negro Workers 
Southern Workers 

Casual-migratory Workers 

Those who have no steady occupation; who shift from place 
to place to meet a highly seasonal fluctuating demand 
Migrant workers was formerly classified in 331.796 

Laborers in Specific Occupations or Industries 

It is recommended that Migrant Workers be classified 
in 33L67 

Other Problems of Workers 

Hours and Work Periods 

Length of working day and week Vacations Holidays 
Leaves 

Includes overtime, night work, Sunday work, shift system, 
rest periods, work schedules in specific industries and coun- 
tries 

Physical Risks 

Includes sickness and industrial fatigue 

For Unemphyment bs result of physical and other risks, 
see 331. J3; Social insurance for industrial risks, 368.41; 
Industrial medicine, 614.85; Industrial fatigue as problem 
of factor}' management, 6S8S4 

Occupational Diseases 

Causes Incidence Effects 

For Industrial hygiene and medicine, see 614.85 

Industrial Accidents 

Causes Incidence Effects 

Includes saftey devices 

For Mining hazards, see 622.8; Industrial medicine, 
614.85 



331.825-331-89 

331.825 



.83 



Decimal Classification 



88 



.831 



.833 



.85 



.86 



.88 



.881 



Employer's Liability Workmen's Compensation 

For Workmen's compensation insurance, see 368.41 

Living Conditions and Recreation 

Health, welfare, and recreational facilities for employees 
instituted by employers or unions, industrial welfare, in- 
dustrial social work 

It is recommended that Technical guides to management 
dealing with specific aspects of welfare be classified with 
subject, e.g. Food and cookery, 641; Cafeterias and res- 
taurants, 647.95; Clothing, 646.3 

Cost of Living Workmen's Budgets 

It is recommended that Cost and standard of living be 
classified in 339.42, and Standard of living in relation to 
wages and income, 331.21 

Housing 

For Architecture, see 720; Low cost or low rental hous- 
ing in city planning, 711 S8 

Intellectual Life 

It is recommended that Education be classified in 374, 
Continuation schools, 374.9; Workman^s libraries, 027.64; 
Social group work, 361.4 

It is recommended that Industrial Rehabilitation be classi- 
fied in 371.91; Industrial Education, 371.426; Training 
of Supervisors and Foremen, 658.386 

Organization of Workers 

Unions: Labor, Craft, Industrial, Amalgamated Craft Fed- 
erations 

Includes jurisdictional disputes for control of a given kind of 
work, membership or territory, craft vs. industrial unionism, 
eonser\'ative vs. revolutionary unionism 

Unions of Specific Crafts, Industries or Services 

Includes A. F. of L., C. I. O., Railway Brotherhoods 



.89 



Union Methods of Gaining Results 



89 



Social Sciences 



331.891-332.14 



331.891 Collective Bargaining 

Negotiation and settlement of terms of employment be- 
tween employers and organized workers 
Includes making, interpretation and enforcement of agree- 
ments 
Collective bargaining was formerly classified in 331.1 

.892 Strikes 

In specific industries, crafts or services and in specific 
eountries 

.893 Other Union Methods 

Includes welfare programs, publicity, legislative and polit- 
ical programs 

,899 Mediation Arbitration Conciliation 

Mediation was formerly classified in 331.154; Arbitration, 
in 331.155; Conciliation in 331.153 

,9 Other Labor Problems 

332 MONEY, CREDIT AND BANKING 

Includes investment and speculation, foreign exchange 

For Public finance, see 336 

.1 Banking and Commercial Credit 

Organization Function Operation Regulation 

Banking entails receipt of deposits, loan and discount, note 

issue 

Commercial credit is generally a short-term loan extended 

to assist in business operations 

Includes the money market, time deposits 

.11 Central Banking 

Banks which issue currency, act as fiscal agents of govern- 
ment, are custodians of reserves and regulate the volume of 
currency and credit 
Includes Federal Reserve System, '^monetary management" 

.14 Trust Companies 

It is recommended that Investment banking be classified in 
332.66 



332.15-332.316 



Decimal Classification 



90 



332.15 



International Banking 

Banking conducted either by international banks or by 
banks of nations by means of agreement with one another 
or with their respective governments 

Includes facilitation of international trade and payments; 
loans for industrial development, for currency stabilization 

For Foreign exchange, see 332.45; Credit instmments, 

332.77 



.22 
.23 
.5 



31 



Savings Banks and Savings Deposits 

Management Regulation 

For Investment practices, see 332.67; Interest, 332.8; De- 
posit insurance, 368,85 

Postal Savings 
School Savings 

Special Banking and Credit Fields 

Legislation Regulation 

Includes government agencies (Reconstruction Finance 
Corporation), cooperative credit (formerly classified in 
334.2), mortgage companies 

For CommeTcial Joans, see 332.]; Loans for speciRc pur- 
poses, 332.3 J -.3 5; Credit principles, 332.7 

Agricultural Banking and Credit 

Includes Farm Credit Administration (federal land banks, 
joint stock land banks, federal intermediate credit banks, 
Production Credit Corporation, and Central bank for Co- 
operatives) 
Agricultural cooperative banking was formerly classified in 

334.23 



.315 



.316 



It is recommended that Morris Plan Banks be classified 
in 332.35 

It is recommended that Personal Finance Companies 

be classified in 332.35 



91 



Social Sciences 



332.32-332.43 



332.32 



.55 



36 

A 



.401 
.41 



.42 



.43 



Real Estate Banking and Credit 

Includes Federal Home Loan Administration, Federal Hous- 
ing Administration, Public Housing Authority, Federal 
National Mortgage Association, building and loan associa- 
tions 

Consumer Banking and Credit Small loans 

Laws Regulation 

Includes sales finance companies, personal finance com- 
panies (formerly classified in 332.316), credit unions 
(fomierly classified in 334.2), personal loan departments 
of savings banks, Morris Plan banks (formerly classified 
in 332.315), charge accounts and installment buying 

Interbank Lending 

Money 

Medium of exchange and standard of value 
Includes coinage, mints, and mint practices 

For Paper money, see 332.5; Counterfeiting, 332.9; Nu- 
mismatics, 737.4 

Theory of Money 

Money and Prices 

Relationship between monetary value and trends and prices 
Includes valuation, revaluation, inflation, deflation 

For Prices, see 338.5; Business cycles, 338.54; Controlled 
currency, 332.5 

Monetary Standards 

Medium chosen by government or accepted by society as 

basis for monetary system 

Includes bimetallism, monometallism 

For Standards, policies of monetary systems in specific 
countries, see 332.49 

International Monetary Standards 

Includes international monetary' conferences and agreements 

For International currencv stabilization, sec 332.15 



332.45-332-65 



Decimal ChssiRcation 



92 



332.45 



.49 
.5 



.61 



Foreign Exchange 

Includes rates of exchange, arbitrage, control, exchange 
equalization account, pegging 

Monetary Systems and Standards of Specific Countries 

Paper Money 

Credit paper currency Fiat money Representative paper 
money 

Includes controlled currency 

For Fiat money in public debt, see 336.3; Greenback 
party, 329.8; Credit instmrnGutSj 332.77 

Securities and Security Markets 

For Public borrowing, see 336.3; Commercial or term loans, 
332.1 

Organized Financial Exchanges 

Includes stock exchange, curb exchange organized for pur- 
pose of resale of stocks and bonds 

For Organized exchanges as economic markets, see 

338.S22 



£1 
S3 



M 



Brokers and Dealers in Securities 

Securities 

Analysis and valuation of specific issues of stocks and bonds 
Includes computation of yield, value, dividends, and earn- 
ings of specific issues 

For Investors' manuals or techniques of trading or invest- 
ing, see 332.67 

Exchange Operations 

Includes margin trading, short selling, market manipulation, 
speculation 



J65 



International Exchange Operations 



93 



Social Sciences 



332.66-332.9 



332.66 



.67 



.7 



,71-.74 

.75 
.76 

.77 



.8 



Investment Banking 

Function Types 

Provision by private investment houses, investment affili- 
ates of commercial banks, mortgage banks, investment 
trusts, brokerage houses of long-term loans to business 
Includes originating, underwriting, purchase and resale 
of new issues of transferable government and corporation 

securities 

Investment banking was formerly classified in 332.14 

Investment Practices and Techniques 

Practical works for the layman on techniques of trading and 
investing in securities 

Includes guides, manuals, investment services information, 
forecasting and formula plans (Vassar and Yale) 

For Information about specific securities, see 332.63; Reg- 
ulation and protection oi the investor, 332.6 

Credit 

Theory Instruments Operations 

For Forms or types of credit, see 332.5; Public credit, 336.3; 
International credit, 332, J 5 

It is recommended that Forms of Credit: Agricultural, 
Real Estate, Consumer be classified in 332.3-.35 

Bankruptcy 

It is recommended that Deposit Transfer Instruments, 
e.g. Checks, Money Orders be classified in 332.77 

Credit Instruments 

Includes promises to pay (notes, acceptances); orders to pay 
(bills of exchange, letters of credit); checks, and money 
orders (formerly classified in 332.76) 

Interest 

Rates 
Includes usury 

Counterfeiting 

Includes currency, securities, and credit instruments forgery 



333-333-34 



Decimal Classification 



94 



333 



.1 



.32 
.33 



.332 



.34 



LAND ECONOMICS 

Consideration of land or natural resources both as an economic 
factor and a commodity 
Includes real estate business 

For Form divisions .0J-.09, see p. I\'; Production, 338; Na- 
tional wealth, 339; Agriculture, 630 

Public Land 

History Law Policies Acquisition 

Land over which go\ crnment exercises sole right of control 

For Specific classes of public laud, sec class, e.g. PuWic 
grazing lands, 33374 

Common Land 

Land over which each member of an association exercises 
equal rights of control 

Private Land 

Land over which individual exercises sole right of control 
Includes question of large vs. small holdings, types of private 
ownership, e.g. individual, corporation; public control of 
private rights 

For Economic and industiial sociology, see 30 J. 46 
Tenure 

Real Estate Business 

Functions Operations 

Includes sale and transfer of rural and urban land and 
whatever is part of it or on it, e.g. trees, water, minerals, 
houses; renting; negotiations for financing; management 
of real estate 

For Economic question ot rent, see 333.5; Regulation 
and control 333.7; Management of buildings from 
tiousekeeping viewpoint, 647.9 

Valuation of Land 

Includes appraisal, land booms 

Land Transfer 

Includes registration of title, deed; transfer of title or deed 
without registration 



95 



Social Sciences 



333-38-333'77 



333.38 
•5 



JS 

.7 



.72 



.73 

.74 
.75 

.76 

.77 



Land Subdivision and Building 

Economics of Rent 

Includes rental systems, landlordism, agricultural rent, urban 
rent (formerly classified in 333.6) 

It is recommended that Urban Rent be classified in .5 

Land Resources Utilization 

Classification Scientific planning Control 

Settlement policies 

Includes public and private land resources; Agrarian move- 
ments; marginal and sub-marginal lands 

For Forest policy, see 634.925 

Conservation of Land Resources 

Policy of conserving forest, mineral, agricultural land by 
creating public domain; stimulation of settlement of less 
desirable land by irrigation, drainage; encouragement of 
farm ownership rather than tenancy; regulation of removal 
of natural resources 

Includes conscr\'ation of national resources (formerly classi- 
fied in 339.49) 

For Practices, see subject, e.g. erosion control by contour 

planting, 631.45 

Waste Land Resources 

Includes arid and semi-arid lands 

Pasture and Grazing Land Resources 

Forest and Woodland Resources 

For Forest policy, see 634.925 

Agricultural Land Resources 

Includes land used for crops and farmsteads 

Urban Land Resources 

Growth Classification 

Includes economic principles of city planning, control of 
character of growth by legislation and zoning; land used 
for commercial, industrial and residential purposes 

For Physical planning and designing of cities, see 711; 
Housing, 7 J 1.59 



333-78-334-5 



Decimal ChssiEcation 



96 



333.78 



.8 



.91 



Recreational Land Resources 

Includes conservation of wild life 

For Administration and planning, see 712S4 

Mineral Land Resources 

For Mining, see 622; Economic geology, 553 

Other Resources Utilization 

Includes air and air rights 

Water Resources 

Water resources utilization for consumption, navigation, 

power, irrigation 

Includes water rights, land under water 



334 



5 



COOPERATION 

Purpose Value Organization 

Includes friendly societies, benefit societies, and associations 
which aim to provide commodities and ser\'ices at cost to 
members of the societies 

For Cooperatives engaged in speciEc enterprise, see subject, 
e.g. Rural electrification, 338.39; Production and marJceting, 
338; Form divisions .01 -.09, p. Jv 

Building Societies 

Includes cooperative housing 

FoT Building and loan associations, see 332.32; Housing, 
71LS9 

It is recommended that Cooperative Banking and Credit 
be classified in 332.3; Agricultural Banking and Credit, 
332.31; Credit Unions, 332.35 

Consumers Cooperation 

Includes purchasing cooperatives which, in order to reduce 
costs, buy collectively goods their members need 



97 



Social Sciences 



334-6-335-6 



334.6 



335 



.5 



.6 



Cooperation in Production Utilization 

Includes societies engaged in production, selling, and owning 
machinery or other assets too expensive for any one member to 
own 

For Cooperative production or marketing of specific com- 
modities, see 338.J-.4, e.g. Cooperative milk marketing, 
338. J7 

COLLECTIVISTIC SYSTEMS 

Collcctivistic economic systems arc those in which production 
and distribution of commodities are determined not by free 
private market (capitalism), but by centralized authority, e.g. 
government (socialism or fascism); by associations, e.g. unions 
or syndicates (syndicalism); or by individuals with an attitude of 
brotherhood toward each other (anarchism) 
Includes socialism (type of collectivism in which a democratically 
elected government owns the means of production and controls 
processes of production and distribution) and descriptions of 
ancient and modern ideal commonwealths 

For Political methods ot transition, see 323.2; Totah'tarian 
form of state, 32J.84-.85; Comparative government and civics, 
320.9; Functions ot government, 322; Theory' of capitalism, 
330. J 5; Economic conditions and systems, 330.9; Economic 
planning, 338.9; Form divisions .0J-.09, p. Jv 

Marxian Socialism 

Largest group of Marxian sociahsts are those who call them- 
selves communists, including communists in USSR, and who 
regard dictatorship of the proletariat as a worker's democracy 
Includes doctrines of so-called "scientific socialism" founded 
on Marx's ''science of economies'' and historical change 

For Economic system of USSR, see 330.947 

Post-Marxian Socialism 

Socialist doctrines other than Marxian 
For National SociaJism, see 335.6 

Fascism 

Economic theories of the corporate state 
Includes Nazism 

For Fascist economic system in Italy, see 330.945 



335-7-336.2 



335.7 



.8 



Decimal ChssiUcation 



98 



.9 



Christian Socialism 

Includes Catholic socialism 

Syndicalism and Anarchism 

Includes I. W. W. 

It is recommended that International organizations of 

syndicalist parties be classified in 329.9 

For Industrial democracy, see 33 J. J 5; Revolutionary unions, 

331.88 

Socialist Communities 



336 



.1 



.12 



.2 



PUBLIC FINANCE 

Public revenue Public bonowing Budgets Appropria- 
tions Public expenditure 

For Form divisioiis, ,0J-.09, see p. Iv; Public finance of inter- 
national organizations, 336.09; Public finance ot ancient stateSy 
336.093; Money, credit, banking, 332; Public accounting, 
657,6 

Non-Tax Revenue 

Revenues from non-tax sources, e.g. public property (public 
domain and industries), public monopolies, lotteries (formerly 
classified in 336.3), deposits and investments, reparations 

Where interest in non-tax revenues lies chiefly in relation to 
taxation, class in 336.2 

For Public land policies, see 3 3 3. J; Land grants to educa- 
tion, 379.12 

Sale of Public Lands and Other Properties 

Revenue from sale of pubUe land, buildings, equipment, 
supplies 

For Grants-in-aid, see 336.39 

Taxation 

Includes surveys, valuation, assessments, collection, exemp- 
tions, evasions, delinquencies, intergovernmental problems 

For Subjects pertaining to specific tax, see tax, e.g. Assess- 
ment of real property, 336.22; Tarifl^ administration, 336.26 



99 



Social Sciences 



336.21-336.26 



336.21 



.22 



.23 



.24 



.242 



.243 



.249 



.25 



.26 



Direct Taxes 

Assessment Collection Rates 

Includes general property tax, classified property tax 
For Capital levy, see 336.25; Death and gift taxes, 
336.276; Special assessments, 336.28 

Real Property Tax 

Includes single tax plan 

For Taxation as device to control land utilization, see 

333.7 

Personal Property Tax 

Includes tangible and intangible 

Income Tax 

Includes special aspects applicable to capital gains and 
losses international agreements and agreements between 
governmental units regarding distribution of foreign and 
nonresident income taxes 

Personal Income Tax 

Includes pay-as-you-go plan 

Where interest in payroll tax lies chiefly in its rela-" 
tion to Social insurance tax, class in 336.249 

Corporation Income Tax Business and Industrial 

Profits Tax 

Includes excess profits tax 

Other Taxes upon Income 

Includes payroll taxes for financing social insurance 

Other Direct Taxes 

Includes poll tax, capital levy 

For Poll tax as qualification for voting, see 324.1 

Tariff Customs 

Taxes on goods crossing national boundaries 

Where interest in special commodity lies chiefly in its 
relation to protection, class in 337.3 
For Tarifl^ policy, see 337; Tariff treaties and customs 
unions, 337.9; Foreign trade, 382; Tariff rates, 337.5 



336.27-336.278 



Decimal ChssiRcation 



100 



336.27 



.271 



.272 



.273 



.274 



.276 



.278 



Other Taxes 

For Local taxes, see 33628 

Excise, Sales and Indirect Taxes 

Commodity taxes levied at some stage of production, 

marketing or consumption 

Includes gross receipts, general retail sales, use, severance 

For Specific comwodity taxes, see 336278 

Stamp Tax or Duties 

Includes revenue stamp 

For Specific commoditv taxes, see 336278 

Fees Licenses 

Fixed charges for services which have been rendered or for 
pri\ ilege of engaging in specific activity, e.g. fees for legali- 
zation of documents, incorporation fees, professional li- 
censes 
Licenses was formerly classified in 336.274 

Taxes on Certain Businesses 

Taxes on property, income, receipts paid by insurance 
companies, banks, corporations, chain stores, public utili- 
ties 

It is recommended that Licenses be classified in 336.- 

273 

For Specific taxes, see tax, e.g. Corporation income 

tax, 336241 

Death and Gift Taxes 

Estate Inheritance Legacy or succession Gift 

Taxes on Specific Commodities and Services 

Sale, gross receipt, stamp duty, license taxes levied on 
specific commodities and services, e.g. motor fuels, alco- 
hol, tobacco, admissions and amusements, soft drinks, 
pari mutuels, transportation, severance of timber and oil 

May be arranged alphabetically by commodity or serv- 
ice 

For Taxation on bonds and securities as personal prop 
erty, see 33623 



101 



Social Sciences 



336.28-336.395 



336.28 



3 



.34 



39 



.395 



Local Taxes 

Whole question of local taxation 

Includes special assessments or levies against property to 

defray cost of public improvement 

For Specific kinds of taxes, see tax, e.g. Real property 
taxes, 336.22; Parking meter revenues, 336278 

Public Credit, Debt and Loans 

Borrowing Payment of interest Repayment of principal 
by states 

Includes issuance of government securities, government 

bonds 

It is recommended that Government lotteries be classified 

in 336.1 

For Public revenue from deposits and investments, see 

336.1 

International Debt 

Includes financial commitments of one state to another; war 
indemnities or reparations imposed by victorious state upon 
conquered; loans made by one state to another in pursuit of 
common war, financial assistance rendered to prevent finan- 
cial and economic collapse of state; transactions between 
state as borrower and foreign private holder of captial as 
lender 

Includes subsidies; commercial loans, e.g. government loans 
floated in foreign market with guaranty or recommendation 
of foreign government 

For Indemnities or reparations of specific war, see war, 
e.g. WorJd War I reparations, 940.3J 

Public Expenditure and Accounts 

Government spending Reduction of government spend- 
ing Grants-in-aid Subsidies or subventions, bounties 

For Functions of government, see 322; Subsidies as device 
for encouraging industry, 338.9 



Budgets and Appropriations 

Budget administration Budgetary control 
and legislative appropriations 



Budgets 



3364-338 



336.4 



Decimal CJassification 



102 



Public Finance of Specific Nations 

For Public finance of international organizations, see 336.09; 
Public finance of ancient states, 336.093; Specific aspects of 
public finance, see subject, e.g. Taxation in France, 336.2; 
Claims of one government against another, see subject, e.g. 
Expropriation of Mexican oil land, 533.8 



337 



TARIFF POLICY 

Government control of international trade, and effects on eco- 
nomic conditions 
Includes colonial tariff policies, free trade 

For Economic policy, see 338.9; International trade, 382; Cus- 
toms as a source of revenue, 336.26; Form divisions, .0J-.09, 
p. Jv 



.3 



.9 



Protection 

Includes tariff and other methods of control, e.g. licensing, 
contingents or quotas, prohibition, anti-disease regulations, 
anti-dumping duties, punitive surtaxes 

For Methods of levying customs duties, see 336.26; Foreign 
exchange quotas, 332.45 

Tariff Rates on Specific Commodities 

For Production and marketing of commodities, see 338.J-.4 

Tariff Treaties 

Includes trade agreements, reciprocity, most-favored nation 
clause, preferential tariff, customs unions, multi-national agree- 
ments 

For Tarifl^ laws and adnn'nistration, see 336.26 



338 



PRODUCTION AND PRICES OR PLANNING 

Includes theories of production, specialization, diversification, 
freedom and control of production 

For Factors of production (land, labor, capital), see 333, 33 J, 
339; Organization of production, 338.7 



103 



Social Sciences 



338.1-338.37 



.1 



.17 



.27 



338.1-3384 ECONOMICS OF INDUSTRY 

Organization Financial problems {costs, 

pricing) Markets Maladjustment oi 

production Plant Production Statistics 

Products Government regulation 

Agricultural and Plant Industries 

For Agricultural land use, see 333.76; Cooperative farms, 
334,6; Farm management, 63J; Processed food industry eco- 
nomics, 338 A 

Agricultural Products 

Includes grain, cotton, sugar, fibers, tea, coffee, vegetables, 
dairy products, liquor and packing industries' products 

For Growing of agricultural products, see 633-635 

Mineral Industries 

For Mineral land use, see 333.8; Conservation, 333J2; Mining 
engineering, 622; Metal manufacture, 671-2-3 

Mineral Products 

Includes coal, gas, petroleum, chemicals, precious stones, 
glass 

For Technical production of coal, see 662.62; Gas, 665.7; 
PetroJeum, 665.S 



3 



.37 



Other Primary Industries 

Includes fishing, hunting industry 

For Fisheries, see 639.2; Trapping, 639. J 

Other Primary Products 

Those which come directly from natural resources 
Includes fur, fish 

For Processing of fur, see 675.3; Preservation of fish, 
664.8 



338-39-338.528 



Decimal ChssiRcation 



104 



338.39 



A 



.46 



.47 



Engineering Industries 

Includes public utilities (formerly classified in 380.16), 
businesses supplying water, gas, electricity, telephone and 
telegraph service; and transportation on street cars, busses, 
railroads and airways; rural electrification 

Manufacturing Industries Services 

Industries which obtain their raw materials from primary in- 
dustries or from other secondary industries 
Includes construction industries 

For Techniques oi manufacturing, see 660; Construction, 
690; Transportation and communication, 380; Business 
management, 6S0 

Services 

Professional, technical, advisory, personal, recreational 

Manufactured Products 

Includes metal, lumber, paper, textile, clothing, processed 
foods industries 



s 

.52 
.522 



Prices 



.523 
.526 

.528 



Price Determination 

Competitive Free Markets and Price Determination 

Barter or higgling Auctions Organized commodity 
exchanges 

Includes competitive conditions, changing supply and 
demand, marginal revenue, short and long run costs, 
interrelationship of prices 

For SpeciEc commodity exchanges, see 338. J 7; Se- 
curity exchanges, 332,64 

Monopolistic Markets and Price Determination 

Government Regulation of Prices and Price Determi- 
nation 

General Level of Prices 

Includes price of commodities by index number; causes 
and results of price movements 



105 



Social Sciences 



338.54-339 



338.54 



.7 



.74 



.8 



.88 



.9 



339 



Business Cycles 

Causes Remedies 

Includes forecasting, panics, depressions, recessions, 
booms 

Systems of production 

Includes handicraft stage, guild system, domestic or putting 
out system, factory system 

Organization of Production 

Includes the entrepreneur, partnership 
For Business management, see 658 

Corporations 

Includes government corporations 

Large Scale Production and Combination 

Advantages Disadvantages Regulation 

Includes holding companies, monopolies, trusts, mergers 
For Trust banking, see 332. J4 

International Combination 

Includes cartels 

Economic Policy 

Includes encouragement of industry by government: grants, 
subsidies; control and regulation of industry by government 

For Social and economic planning, see 309.2; City plan- 
ning, 711; Functions oi government, 322; Specific industry 
controls, sub/ect, e.g. Control of monopolistic markets, 
338.5; Credit control, 332.11 

INCOME AND WEALTH 

Wealth is total assets (economic goods and senices) existing at 
a given time 

It is recommended that Poverty and Vagrancy be classified in 

301.46 

For Labor, see 33J; Land, 333; Production and distribution of 
goods and services, 338; Form divisions .01-.09, p. Iv 



339-2-339-42 



Decimal Classification 



106 



339.2 



It is recommended that Distribution of National Income be 
classified in 339.3; Distribution of Personal Income, 339.41 



National Income and Wealth 

Principles of measurement Estimated value Analysis 
Accounting and nation's economic budget Money flow 

Total of goods and services existing in a country in given 
period 

Includes distribution of national wealth (formerly classified 
in 339.2) 

For Economic principles of determining shares going to 
specific factors of production, see Labor (wages) 3312; 
Capital (interest), 332.8; Land (rent), 333.5; Entrepre- 
neurship (profits), 338.7; Government receipts and ex- 
penditures, 336 



.34 
A 



.41 



National Wealth of Specific Countries 

Personal Income and Wealth 

Part of national income and wealth which is consumed 

For Consumer education, e.g. Shopping and buying for 
home, see 647.1; Industrial uses of goods and services, 
338.J-.4 

Distribution of Personal Income 

Principles of measurement and distribution of income by 
occupation, age or size of income, e.g. incomes under $1000 
Distribution of personal income was formerly classified in 
339.2 



.42 



Cost or Standards of Living 

Cost of living for labor was formerly classified in 331.831 
Includes family expenditures at various income levels; 
budget studies by income level, by degree of urbanization, 
by occupational group 

For Household accounts, see 647.1; Standards of living in 
relation to wages, 3 3 J. 2 J 



lOJ 



339.43 



.49 



Social Sciences 



33943-33949 



Savings 

Principles of measurement and estimates of saving for vari- 
ous economic groups, by type of saving, by income level 

For Saving and investment, see 332.67 

It is recommended that Conservation of National Re- 
sources be classified in 333.72 



109 



Social Sciences 



341.13-341.31 



340.3 

.4 
.5 
.6 



.9 



341 



.1 



.11 



.12 



340 LAW 

For Form divisions .1-2, .7-.8, see p. Jv; exceptions .3-.6, .9 follow: 

Antiquities 

Includes torture, trial by ordeal, duel 

Trial by Jury 
Comparative Legislation 

Medical Jurisprudence 

Relationship between law and medicine, e.g. Patient-physician 
contracts, medical privilege; doctor as witness 
Includes forensic medicine (application of medical knowledge 
in legal trials); expert testimony (doctor as expert m cases 
involving establishing cause of death, illegal abortion) 

For Registration and licensing of doctors, see 614.2; Forensic 
baJhstics, legal chemistry, 364.12; Testimony, 347.94 

History Legal Anecdotes 

INTERNATIONAL LAW 

Body of rules accepted by community of nations as defining their 
rights and obligations; means of procedure by which those rights 
may be protected 
Includes international cooperation 

For International law relating to particular subject, see subject, 
e.g. Sovereignty of nations, 320.1S7 

World Peace 

Peace plans and movements 

International Organization and Administration 

General public and private organizations 

Includes two or more specific international organizations 

For Organizations devoted to special subject, see subject, 
e.g. Food and agricultural organizations of the United 
Nations, 338.1, World state, 321.04 

League of Nations 

May be divided like United Nations, 341.13 

108 



341.13 



.132 



.133 



.135 
.137 
.139 

.18 



.3 

.31 



United Nations 

Organization Administration 

For U.N.E.S.C.O., see 060 

Charter and Organs 

Includes discussions on permanent agencies, councils, 

commissions 

Foi Agencies devoted to special subjects, see subjects, 
e.g. Trusteeship council, 325.31, International court of 
justice, 341.63; Social and economic council, 309.2 

General Assembly 

Includes general committees; e.g. Administrative and 
budgetary committee 

Security Council and General Committees 

Secretariat and Departments 

Relationships of Governments and Regions to United 
Nations 

Regional Associations 

Includes Pan-American Union 

International Treaties 

Procedures Texts Collections of treaties 

May be divided by country like 930-999 
For Treaties signed at termination of war, see History, e.g. 
Treaty of Paris, 973.32; Treaties concluded between two 
countries, see more important country, e.g. Treaties con- 
cluded between Russia and Hungary, 341.247; or Treaties 
between one country and another may be classified with the 
foreign country, e.g. Treaties concluded between United 
States and China, 341.251; International relations, 327 

Law of War 

Belligerency and Belligerents 

Includes commencement, conduct, methods and termina- 
tion of war 



341.32-341-5 



Decimal Classification 



110 



341.32 



.3? 



.35 



.36 



.39 



A 



.41 
.49 



Property in War Law of Belligerent Occupation 

Administration of occupied territories Exploitation of 
their resources Relations with peoples of occupied terri- 
tories Requisitions in foreign countries Contribu- 
tions to war Booty Requisition of travelers En- 
emy property 

Prisoners of War 

Treatment Rights Work Repatriation 

Includes sick and wounded prisoners and internment of 
soldiers by neutral nations 

For Work oi Red Cross, see 361. S 

Neutrality and Neutrals 

Includes commerce of neutral nations, contraband of war, 
right of visit and search 

Maritime Warfare 

Includes privateering, prizes of war, courts of prizes, sub- 
marine mines 

For Right ot search, see 341. 3S 

Civil War 

When civil war assumes such proportions that other na- 
tions are affected, laws of war and neutrality may be used 
by recognition of insurgents as belligerent power, e.g. in 
1861 European powers recognized belligerency of South 
when de jure government violated normal rights of com- 
merce 

Crimes Against Law of Nations 

Procedure of trials and punishment of criminals Genocide 

For Military trials by occupying ioices during hostilities, see 
34132 

Nuremberg Trials 

International Criminal Law 

Includes extradition, immunity, right of jurisdiction 



.5 



Special Topics in International Law 



111 



Social Sciences 



341.51-341.67 



34L51 



.57 



.59 



.6 



.63 



.65 



.67 



Nationality and Citizenship 

For Domesric legislarion on narionahty and citizenship, see 
323.6 

Commercial and Maritime Law 

Includes freedom of seas, open seas, collisions at sea, ship- 
wreck 

For Special topics, see subject, e.g. Internarional air 
rights, 333.9; Fisheries, 338.3, Maritime war, 341.36, 
Neutrahty, 34]. 3 5 

Private International Law Conflicts of Laws 

Determines whether foreign or domestic law governs ques- 
tions involving private rights of foreigners or private rights 
claimed by virtue of foreign transaction 

For Special topics, see subject, e.g. Bankruptcy, 332.75 

Pacific Settlement of Disputes 

Includes negotiation, good offices, conciliarion and commis- 
sions of inquiry 

For World peace, see 341. J 

International Arbitration and Mediation Judicial Set- 
tlement 

Includes courts of international justice and international 
tribunals, e.g. Hague permanent court of arbitration 

For Prize courts, see 34J.36 

Compulsive Measures Short of War 

Sanctions Pacific blockade Embargo Economic 
boycott Intervention . Internarional police 

Reduction and Limitation of Armaments 

For Specific regulations and controls, see economic produc- 
tion, e.g. Control oi atomic energ>% 338.27; Firearms indus- 
tr)^ 338.4 



341.7-344 



Decimal Classification 



112 



341.7 



A 



342 



343 



.1 



344 



Diplomatic Service 

Conduct of official relations between governments as governed 
by international law and custom 

FoT World politics, see 909; JiifernafioiiaJ relations of par- 
ticular country, 327; Diplomacy involved in a particular cri- 
siSy history oi country, e.g. V . S. diplomatic relations in 
Civil war, 973.7; Treaties, 34i.2 or history oi country 

Consular Service 

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 

Written and unwritten fundamental law of state 
Includes constitutional conventions, constitutions and amend- 
ments, commentaries on constitutions; history of constitutions of 
specific countries 

For Constitutional Jaw controlling specific bodies, see subject, 
e.g. Powers of the executive, 353.03; Powers of legislative 
bodies, 328.34; Judicial powers, 347.97-.99; Government, 
320.9; Comparative governments, 320.9 

.3-.9 May be di\ided like 930-999, e.g. U. S. Constitution, 342.73 

CRIMINAL LAW 

Includes penal codes, reports, criminal procedure 
For Criminology, see 364; Pohce measures, 365 



Criminal Trials 

For Criminal case studies, see 364,1 

Punishment 

Corporal punishment Death penalty 

For Penology, see 365 

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW 

Rules and regulations having the force of law for purpose of fill- 
ing in details of statutory policy Administrative regulation 
of social and economic activity 

It is recommended that Martial law be classified with Military 
law, 355.9 

For Specific administrative rules, see subject, e.g. NLRB rul- 
ings, 331,899; Law of municipal corporations, 352; Civil serv- 
ice Jaw, 35 LI 



1^3 



Social Sciences 



344.1-347.1 



344.1 



.2 



345 



Administrative Tribunals 

For Courts, see 347.9 

Administrative Procedure 

U. S. STATUTES AND CASES 

Source material 
Includes common law 



345.1-.5 may be divided: 1, U. S.; 2, states; and arranged 
alphabetically, e.g. Statutes at large of U. S. federal govern- 
ment, 545.11; Statutes of Mass., 345.12; Reports of District 
Courts of Mass., 345.412 

.1 Sessions Law Statutes at Large 

.2 Codes Revised Statutes 

.3 Law Digest 

A Reports 

Includes Supreme Court reports 

.41 U. S. Circuit and District Courts 

.415 Reporter Services for Regions 

.5 Digests of Cases 

346 BRITISH STATUTES AND CASES 

Source material 

Includes reports for English speaking countries, except U. S. 

May be divided like 345 

347 TREATISES 

Systematic exposition of facts, principles involved, and conclu- 
sions arrived at in points of law 

For Law oi special subjects, see subject, e.g. Insurance law, 
368.93; Private corporation law, 338.74 

347.1-347.8 PRACTICE IN MANY LAW LIBRARIES 

places types covered here in one alphabetical author 

arrangement 

.1 Persons 



347-2-349-9 



Decimal Classification 



114 



347.2 Realty 

3 Chattels 

.4 Contracts 

.5 Torts 

h Family Law and Inheritance 

.7 Commercial and Maritime Law 

& Equity 

.9 Judicial Branch of Government 

Includes civil trials, procedure, courts 

.91 Civil Trials 

.92 Pleadings • 

.93 Forms 

.94 Evidence 

,95 Remedies 

.% Local Legal Officers 

Includes Justice of the peace, Notary, Sheriff 

.97 Courts 

Organization Jurisdiction History 

Includes court system of central governments 

For InfernationaJ courts, see 34J.63; Administrative 
tribunals, 344.1 

.972 Supreme Court 

.98 Provincial or State Court System 

.99 Local Court System 

348 It is recommended that CHURCH LAW be classified in 

262.9 

349 LAW OTHER THAN AMERICAN AND BRITISH 

.3-.9 May be divided like 930-999, e.g. Roman Law, 349.37 and 

further divided under each nation like 345 by adding after 
the country's number, e.g. French Code, 349.4402 

For Treatises on specific svh]tc\.%y see subjects, e.g. French com- 
mercial Jaw, 1^11; German court system, 347.97 



350 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 

Management of executive branches of government 

For Legislative branch, see 328; Judicial branch, 340; Govern- 
ment, 320; Constitutional government, 342; Business admmistra- 
tion, 658 



351 



PROBLEMS OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 

Includes problems basic to administration of executive branch of 
all governments 

For Problems of administration oi U. S. federal and state ex- 
ecutive branch, see 353; Foreign central executive branch, 354; 
All local executive branches, 352 



351.1-351.5 THE PUBLIC SERVICE ORGANIZATION 

Those who work for government Job classifica- 
tion Selection Placement Training 
Conditions oi employment 



.1 



.3 



Organizations Controlling Public Service 

Includes Civil Service Commissions, Ministries, Bureaus; their 
organization, powers, functions 

Job Analysis and Classification for Public Service 

Selection, Placement and Training of Personnel for Public 
Service 

Includes recruiting, establishing standards, examination, tests 



Conditions of Employment 

Includes promotion, transfer, salaries, pensions, sc\crance 

lis 



351-7-352.7 



Decimal Classification 



116 



3 5 1 .7-3 51.8 AREAS OF GOVERNMENTAL ADMINISTRATION 

As governmental administiation touches subjects ex- 
panded elsewhere in the classification it is recom- 
mended that these areas he classified where found, 
e.g. Police measures, 36^; Welfare, 360; Communi- 
cations and transportation, 380; Finance, 336; 
Trade, 380; Labor, 331; Mihtary, 355; Education, 

370 

.9 Control of Public Service 

Includes checks by legislative and judicial branches; electorate, 
and by super\'ision 

352 ADMINISTRATION OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

Includes organization of local government and administration of 
units of government such as counties, cities, boroughs, villages 

352.03-352.09 SPECIFIC LOCAL GOVERNMENTS 

May be divided like 930-999, e.g. French local gov- 
ernment, 3^2.044; Municipal government in United 

States, 352.073 

352.1-352.9 DEPARTMENTS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT 

Organization Administrative management 

For Functions oi departments, see subject, e.g. City finances, 
336 



.1 

2 
.3 
A 
.5 
JS 
.7 



Finance Department 

Police Department 

Fire Department 

Public Health Department 

Public Works Department 

Water, Sewage Department 

Streets, Highways, Bridges, Parks Departments 



117 



352.8 
.9 

353 



Social Sciences 



352.8-353-83 



.03 



Licenses 
Other 

ADMINISTRATION OF UNITED STATES 

FEDERAL AND STATE EXECUTIVE 

GOVERNMENT 

Organization Administrative management 

For Administration oi U. S. federal and state legislative bodies, 
see 328.73-.798; Judicial, 347.9; Civic, 320.9 

President 



353-1-353-8 DEPARTMENTS OF UNITED STATES EXECUTIVE 

GOVERNMENT 

Organization Adnn'nistrative management 

For Functions, see subject, e.g. State department negotia- 
tions with Russia, 327.47; Treasury department bond issues, 
336.5 



,1 
2 
.3 
.4 
.5 



.7 

.8 

.81 
.82 
.83 



Department of State 
Department of the Treasury 
Department of Interior 
Post Office Department 

Department of Justice 

For Courts, see 347.97 

Department of Defense 

Includes Navy (formerly classified in .7) and Air Force 

It is recommended that Department of Navy be classified 

in 353.6 

Other Departments 

Department of Agriculture 

Department of Commerce 

Department of Labor 



353-9-355-11 



Decimal Classification 



118 



353.9 



354 



Administration of State Executive Government 

May be divided like 974-979, e.g. Administration of New 
York State, 353.9747 

ADMINISTRATION OF EXECUTIVE GOV- 
ERNMENT OTHER THAN UNITED STATES 

May be divided like 930-999, e.g. Executive branch of French 
government, 354.44 and further subdivided like 353, e.g. French 
State Department, 354.441, except where existing country sub- 
divisions conflict, e.g. Germany, 943, Austria, 943.6. In such 
cases departments would be added to .06, e.g. German State 
Department, 354.43061 



355 



.1 



.11 



355-359 MILITARY SCIENCE 
For Ordnance and engineering, see 623 

ELEMENTS OF WARFARE 

Framework of war as practised by the army as a whole, or jointly 

by army, naval and air forces 

Includes services which supply and maintain combat units 

For Specific ground ioices of army, see 356, e.g. Infantry, 
3S6.1; Military history, 930-999; War as social disorganiza- 
tion, 30J.46; InteniationaJ Jaw of war, 34J.3; Military weapons 
and their operation, 623; Specific wars, 930-999; Form divi- 
sions .0J-.09, p. ]v 

.1-.8 may be applied to any branch of service, e.g. Air force 
strategy, 358.43; Naval recruitment, 359.22 

Personnel 

Officers Enlisted personnel Prisoners of war 

Includes personnel policies regarding service (length, leave, 
promotion, termination), pay; relation of military to ci- 
vilians 

Veterans 

Includes provision for civil employment, education and re- 
habilitation of ser\ ice men and women 

For Veterans' hospitals, see 362. J I; Homes for aged, 
562.61 



119 



Social Sciences 



355.12-355.27 



355.12 



.13 



.14 



.2 



22 



.23 



.232 



.26 



.27 



Military Life and Customs 

Includes living conditions, relation between officers and en- 
listed men 

Military Discipline 

Includes Provost Marshal, military police and the enforce- 
ment of military law and order; military tribunals and ad- 
ministration of justice; military punishment 

Uniforms 

Description Regulations 

Includes insignia 
For Issue, see 355.8 

Mobilization 

Change from peace to war: organization and assembling of 
troops, reser\^es and all other resources of nation for war 

Manpower Recruitment 

Organization Administration Examination 

Includes enlistment and conscription, provisions for ex- 
emption, evasion, refusal of service, e.g. Conscientious 
objectors 

For Training, see 355.5; Recruitment for Navy, 359.22 

Civilian Mobilization 

Includes provision of civilian defense volunteers, employees; 
allocation of workers to essential industry; civilian morale 

Civilian protection 

Includes protection from bombing, fire, bacteriological 
warfare, chemical warfare and subversive activities 

Industrial Mobilization 

Includes priorities and allocation of materials, location of 
defense industries, contract letting, regulation and supervi- 
sion by government 

Mobilization of Transportation and Communication Fa- 
cilities 



355-3-355-42 



Decimal Classification 



120 



121 



Social Sciences 



35543-355'7 



i 



355.3 



.31 



.33 



.34 



.36 



.37 



A 



.41 



.42 



Organization 

Scheme of arrangement in branches having definite functions 
and units of various sizes with various grades of personnel as- 
signed to each 
Includes military profile of a country 

For Naval organization, see 359.3 

Combat Elements 

Disposition Statistics 

For Detailed description oi branches of army, see 356; 
Air force, 358; Navy, 359; Non-combat or service, 
355.J-.9, 356.9, e.g. Judge Advocate, 355.6 

Command and Staff 

Includes Inspector General, Chiefs of Staff, combined and 
joint staff 

Special Services 

Women's corps Recreational services Religious sen^ice 

Includes Special Services, Chaplains Corps, Troop In- 
formation and Education 

Service Elements 

Includes administrative, supply and technical troops 

Reserves 

Includes National Guard, Organized Reserve Corps 
(R.O.T.C.) 

Strategy and Tactics 

Includes national defense 

For NavaJ strategy and tactics, see 359.4 

Logistics 

Movement and supply of troops 

Tactics 

Handling of troops in combat or execution of broad plan of 

war 

Includes joint operations of land, sea and air forces; combat 

intelligence; psychological warfare; deceptive tactics, e.g. use 

of camouflage (formerly classified in .43) 



355.43 



.48 



.5 



.6 



.7 



Strategy 

Conception of general plan of war or campaign and of de- 
ployment of forces: provision of balanced forces; budgetary 
requirements 

Includes strategic intelligence, combined strategy^ (concep- 
tion by allied nations of general plan of war), effectiveness 
of forces (adequacy of lines of communication and supply, 
initiative, numbers and mobility, unity, simplicity and char- 
acter of command; cooperation and coordination in training, 
discipline, equipment, and morale of troops, standardization 
of equipment) 

It is recommended that Camouflage be classified in .42 

Analysis of Specific Operations 

Technical accomts and militar\^ analysis of specific wars, 
campaigns, battles 

For Place of specific wars in history, see 930-999 

Training 

Includes grand and major exercises of joint land, sea and air 
forces; basic training, drill and maneuvers; survival instructions 

For Training in particular branches, see branch, e.g. Basic 
training: Infantry, 3S6A5; Fleet maneuvers in Pacific, 359.5 

Administration 

Correspondence Records Filing systems Contracts 
Budget Accounting Finance 

Work and super\ision necessary to handling of legal, finan- 
cial, budgetary and clerical work of administrative service 
Includes Judge Advocate General, Adjutant General (army 
post offices), Finance Department and Comptroller 

For Naval Administration, see 359.6 

Installations 

Organization and administration of military plants, hospitals, 
arsenals, barracks, posts, camps, stations, prisons 

For Civilian concentration camps, see 355.232; Conscien- 
tious objectors' camps, 3SS.22; Architecture of military 
buildings, 725.J; Naval bases, 359.7; Air bases, 3S8,07 



355-8-356.4 



Decimal Classification 



122 



355.8 



.81 



.82 



.88 



.9 



Equipment, Supplies, Materiel 

Procurement Issue Maintenance Salvage Trans- 
port 

Includes Quartermaster Corps, Ordnance Department; sub- 
sistence 

For Naval equipment, supplies, materiel, see 359.8 

Equipment 

Complete service outfit (side arms, clothing, instruments, 
tools, utensils) 

For Description of ordnance, see 623 

Materiel 

Includes trucks, cannon, antiaircraft guns 

Supplies 

Daily necessities (food, gasoline, ammunition) 

Other Elements 

Includes military' law, martial law, public relations 

Martial law was formerly classified in .344 

For International Jaw oi war, see 34J.3; Mih'tary prisons, 

3SS7; Military government, 32S31 



356 



.1 



A 



GROUND FORCES AND SERVICES 

Personnel Mobilization Organization Strategy and 
tactics Training Administration Installations Sup- 
ply Transportation 

Combat and non-combat services for land warfare 

Infantry 

Includes motorized infantry, mountain troops, ski troops, 
Rangers or Commandos 

Artillery 

Arm of sendee which mans and operates heavy guns 
Includes field, sea coast and antiaircraft 

Artillery was formerly classified in 358.1 
For Artillery as ordnance, see 623 



123 



356.5 



.7 



.9 



Social Sciences 



356.5-357 



Armored Force 

Includes tank regiments, armored infantry regiments, antitank 
artillery units 

Air-borne Force 

Includes air-borne infantry, paratroops in gliders and planes 

Communications 

Branch of service which has charge of all military signaling 
(flags, lights, rockets, semaphore, heliograph) and communi- 
cations (telegraph, telephone, radio) 
Includes procurement, storage and distribution 
Communications was formerly classified in 358.2 

Ground Services 

Includes ground services not covered elsewhere 

For Quartermaster Corps, see 355.8; Inspector General Ad- 
jutant General, Judge Advocate General and Finance De- 
partment, 355.6; Provost Marshal General's Department, 
355.J3 



.92 



.93 



Medical 

Care and treatment of wounded and sick; control of disease 
and sanitation 

Includes Medical Corps, Dental Corps, Veterinary Corps, 
Medical Administrative Corps, Army Nurse Corps 

Chemical Warfare 

Development and supply of gas, smoke, incendiary, bac- 
teriological materials and weapons and protection against 
them 



.94 



.95 



Engineer 

Includes Engineer Corps (formerly classified in 358.2) 

Transportation 

Includes Transportation Corps 



357 



CAVALRY 



358-358.45 



Decimal Classification 



124 



358 AIR FORCES AND SERVICES 

Combat and non-combat services for war in air 
Includes war in air as used by army, navy or air forces 

For Military aeronautics, see 629. J 33; Aeronautic engineering, 
629.] 

358.01-358.09 may be divided like 355.1-.9, e.g. Air power, 
358.03; Air force law, 358.09 

.1 It is recommended that Artillery be classified in 356.4 

2 It is recommended that Engineers be classified in 356.94; 

Communication, 356,7 

,4 Air Warfare 

For Air navigation, see 629.125; Training o( pilots, 629.126; 
Training ot fighter pilots, 358.43 

• - 

.42 Bombing 

Projection of explosive and incendiary bombs from bombers 
in order to destroy military personnel installations, lines of 
communication, factories, dams, and other vital objectives 
and to disorganize civilian life 
Includes Bomber Command 

For Ordnance, see 623; Design and construction of bomb- 
ers, 629.J4 

.43 Fighting 

Protection of bombers, engagement of enemy fighter planes, 
combat attack of enemy bombers, strafing enemy troop posi- 
tions, communication lines, supply centers 
Includes Fighter Command 

For Ordnance, see 623; Design and construction ot fight- 
ing planes, 629.14 

.44 Transportation 

Carrying of paratroops, air-borne troops, equipment, sup- 
plies, evacuation of wounded, ferrying of planes 
Includes Troop Carrier Command and Military Air Trans- 
port Service 

.45 Reconnaissance 

Procurement of military information by observation and 
aerial photography 



125 



Social Sciences 



358.9-359-6 



358.9 



359 



.2 



.31 



.33 



.34 



.36 



.37 



Technical Air Services 

Includes Weather Command, Air Service Command, Com- 
munication Command, Materiel Command 

NAVAL FORCES 

For Naval architecture and marine engineering, sec 623.8; Arma- 
ment, 623.4; Form divisions .0J-.09, p. Iv 

Mobilization 

Includes Bureau of Naval Personnel 

Organization 

Scheme of arrangement into naval units (fleets, squadrons 
task forces) having definite functions (combat, command and 
staff, special, service and reserves) with various grades of per- 
sonnel assigned to each 
Includes naval profiles of specific countries 

Combat Elements 

Disposition Statistics Costs Reports 

For Function of combat elements of naval forces, see 
359.9; Non-combat, 359.99 

Command and Staff 

Includes Chief of Naval Operations, bureaus, naval officers 

Special Services 

Includes Women's Naval Corps, Chaplains' Corps, Ships' 
Services 

Service Elements 

Includes administrative, supply and technical units 

Reserves 

Includes Fleet Reserve, Organized Reserve, Volunteer Re- 
serve and Merchant Marine Reserve 

Administration 

Legal, financial, budgetary and clerical work 
Includes Judge Advocate General (Na\y), naval law 



3 59-7-3 59-99 



Decimal Classification 



126 



li 



359.7 



A 



.9 

.91 
.92 

.93 



.94 



.95 
.96 



.97 



.99 



Installations 

Includes upkeep and operation of naval ordnance establish- 
ments, magazines, gun factories, torpedo stations, provmg 
grounds, by Bureau of Ordnance; upkeep and operation of 
public works and utilities of Navy by Bureau of Yards and 
Docks, Civil Engineer Corps; upkeep and operation of shore 
and floating bases (submarine, destroyer, air, mine, ports, 
docks, navy yards, stations) 

Naval Maintenance 

Equipment of vessels Clothing and equipment Sub- 
sistence Transportation 

Includes Bureau of Supply and Accounts, Supply Corps 

Naval Warfare 
Fleet Action 

Submarine Warfare 

For Design and construction oi submarines, see 623.825 

Naval Air Warfare 

Includes Carrier Force, Air Sea Reserve 

For Bombing, fighting, reconnaissance, transport, see 
358.4; Design and construction oi planes, 629.14 

Mine Warfare 

Includes mine laying and methods of combating mines 
(minesweeping, charting mine fields) 

Raiding and Blockading 

Amphibious Warfare 

Invasion or occupation of land areas by sea-borne forces 
establishing beach-heads 
Includes Marine Corps 

Shore Protection 

Includes Coast Guard in time of war 

Technical Services 

Includes Office of Naval Research, Medical Corps, Dental 
Corps, Medical Service Corps, Naxal Nurse Corps, Com- 
munications 



361 



360 SOCIAL WELFARE 

360-362 ORGANIZED ACTIVITIES PRIMARILY 

CONCERNED 

with conservation, protection, improvement of hu- 
man resources 

For Sociology, see 301; Form divisions .1-.8, p. Iv; .9 is not 
used, see instead, 362.9 

SOCIAL WORK AND SOCIAL AGENCIES 

Art of adjusting personal relationships and reorganizing social 

groups 

Includes administration of social work 

^6 1-36 1.5 PUBLIC AND PRIVATE WELFARE 

For Service to sick, see 362.1; Fields of social work, see specific 
type or need of clientele, e.g. Medical social ^^ork 362.]; Psy- 
chiatric social work, 362.2; Family welfare ^^o^k, /62.8; Indus- 
trial social work, an exception, is classified m 33 I.Hi 

Social Welfare Planning 

Preparation of integrated schemes of common action in field 
of assistance concerned with social problems for use by groups 
of social agencies or government 
Includes council of social agencies 

Social Case Work 

Development of capacity of individuals to organize their own 

normal social activities in any environment 

For Settings in which social case work is practised, see sub- 
ject eg. Medical case work, 362.1; Psychiatric case work, 
362.2; Child case work, 362.7; Family case work, 362.81 

.4 Social Group Work 

Social adjustment of individuals promoted by participation 1 
voluntary groups and with assistance of group leader 

For Adult education, see 374 

127 



.2 



.3 



in 



;' 



361.5-362.15 



Decimal Classification 



128 



361.5 



.6 



.7 



A 



.9 



362 



.1 



.11 
.12 

.15 



Disaster Relief 

Includes earthquake, volcanic eruption, flood, war, epidemic, 
famine, fire, windstorm, refugee relief 

Government Agencies 

Includes administrative and statistical reports 

For Reports combining public welfare and public health, see 
6J4.J 

Private Agencies 

Includes administrative and statistical reports of individual 
agencies 

Cooperative Agencies 

Includes social ser\'ice exchanges, community chests 

For Council oi social agencies, see 361.2 

History and Development of Social Work and Social Agen- 
cies 

Includes public and private welfare 

WELFARE SERVICES 

Includes institutions, institutional care 
For Social disorganization, see 30 J. 46 

Service to Sick and Injured 

Includes sanitariums; nursing, rest, and convalescent homes; 
ambulance service 

For Group health and hospitalization insuTancey see 36838; 
Medicine, 610; Nurses and nursing, 61073; Public health 
nursing, 614.073; Home care, 649.8 

Hospitals and Allied Institutions 
Dispensaries, Clinics 

Includes out-patient care 

Maternity Hospitals 

Includes homes for unmarried mothers 

FoT Maternal hygiene, see 618; Children s hospitals, 
362.78 



129 



Social Sciences 



362.19-362,61 



362.19 



.2 



.3 



.4 



.41 



.42 



.43 



.5 



^1 



Hospitals and Allied Institutions for Special Diseases and 
Surgery 

For Orthopedic hospitals, see 362.43 

Service to Mentally Diseased 

For Sociological studies oi mental disease, see 301.46; Psychia- 
try and mental hygiene, 616.89 

Service to Mentally Deficient 

For Psychological studies of mental deficiency, see J 32; Socio- 
logical studies of mental deficiency, 301,46 

Service to Physically Handicapped and Disabled 

For Sociological studies of physically handicapped and dis- 
abled, see 30J.46; Vocational rehabihtation, 371.91; Labor 
problems of physically handicapped, 331.59 

Service to Blind 

Includes partially sighted 

Service to Deaf 

Includes deaf mutes 

Service to Crippled and Ruptured 

Includes orthopedic hospitals 

For Crippled children, see 362.78 

Service to Poor 

Aid in form of money or necessities 

Includes aid to tramps, beggars, transients, unemployed 

For Unemployment, see 331.1; Unemployment insurance, 
368.44 

Service to Aged and Infirm 

Includes allotments 

For Sociological studies of old age dependency, see 301 A6; 
Old age social insurance, 368.43; Pensions for services per- 
formed, 331.25 

Institutions and Institutional Care for Aged and Infirm 



362.7-363 



Decimal Classification 



130 



362.7 



.71 



.73 



Service to Children and Adolescents 

Activities which promote well-being of children and adoles- 
cents 

Includes studies combining public health and public welfare 
limited to child and adolescent care 

For Family welfare, see 362.8; Sociological studies of child- 
hood and adolescent dependency, 301.46; Child labor prob- 
lems, 33 J. 3; Social group work, 361 A; Young peoples so- 
cieties, 369.4; Education, 370 

Service to Mothers 

Includes aid to mothers (pensions, day nurseries) 

Service to Orphans and Abandoned Children 

Includes placement service, foster care, adoption, institu- 
tions 



.74 



Child Guidance Clinics 

Treatment for neglected and maladjusted children 

For Psychological studies ot abnormal children, see 
J 36.76; Child care, 649.1; Student personnel work, 

371A22 



.78 



Children's Hospitals and Allied Institutions 

Services to sick and crippled children 



.8 



Service to Families 

Includes family allowances 

For Child weltarey see 362 J; Mothers pensions^ 36271 



.9 



363 



History and Development of Welfare Services 

Includes Social Security Act 

It is recommended that Political Societies be classified in 

329.8; Ku Klux Klan in 366.6 



131 



Social Sciences 



364-364.16 



364 



.1 



.12 



13 



.14 



.15 



.16 



CRIMINOLOGY 

Study of crime and criminals 

Includes correctional institutions 

Where interest in criminology lies in its sociological implica- 
tions, class in 301.46 

For Criminal law, see 343; Criminal courts, 347.9; Local pohce 
administration and law enforcement, 352.2; Eugenics, 301.323 

Crime 

Detection Classification Case studies 

Includes adult criminals (formerly classified in 364.3) 

Crime Investigation 

Includes crime detection methods used by experts (chem- 
ical analysis, forensic ballistics, microphotography, hand- 
writing analysis); identification from photographs, finger- 
prints modus operandi, physical measurements of known 
criminals 

For Methods oi fingerprinting, see 365.6; Ballistics, 

625.53 

Crimes Against the State 

Includes piracy, treason, conspiracy, smuggling, counter- 
feiting 

For Corrupt election practices, see 324.27; Corruption of 

legislators, 328.36 

Crimes Against Public Order 

Includes gangs, outlaws, feuds, lynching, riots, mobs, dis- 
orderly conduct 

For Mob psycholog}', see 30 J. J 58 

Crimes Against Person 

Includes homicide, infanticide, poisoning, sex crimes, ab- 
duction, kidnaping, murder 

Crimes Against Property 

Includes theft, robbery, forgery, embezzlement, fraud, 
swindhng, arson 



364.17-364-53 



Decimal Classificafion 



132 



364.17 



.2 



.24 



.5 



.4 



.5 



.52 
.53 



Crimes Against Public Morals 

Includes obscene language, literature 

Causes of Crime and Delinquency 

Includes social and economic factors, heredity, studies of crim- 
inals (formerly classified in 364.3-.39) 

Physical and Mental Factors in Crime 

Includes factor of age, sex, health, physical abnormality, 
criminal anthropology (formerly classified in 364.33), men- 
tal disease or deficiency, emotional instability, mental su- 
periority and inferiority 

For Social anthropology, see 5727; Abnormal psychology, 
J32 

Juvenile Delinquency 

It is recommended that Adult criminals be classified in 

364.I-.2 

For Psychological studies oi /uvenile deJinquency, see J 36.76; 

Juvenile courts, 'i6^.Sl\ Probation oi juvenile offenders, 

364.63; Reformatories, 364.72; Discharged dehnquents, 364.8; 

Sociological studies oi \mGni\e deh'nquency, 30J.46; Child 

guidance clinics, 362 J 4 

Crime Prevention 

Includes social adjustment, changes in economic and social 
institutions, rational treatment of offenders, preventive police 
work 

For Child guidance chnics, see 362.74 

Correctional Courts 

Activities, procedures, administration, laws and legislation, re- 
ports and surveys 

For Probation officers, see 364.6 

Juvenile Courts 

Domestic Relations Courts Family Courts 



^33 



Social Sciences 



364.6-365.2 



364.6 



£1 



.7 



.72 



& 



.9 



365 



Corrective and Reformative Methods 

Personnel Administration Evaluation 

Includes parole, indeterminate sentence, probation, pardon, 
amnesty, commutation of sentence, violation and revocation 
of parole 

For Prisons, see 365 

Juvenile Probation 

For Juvenile courts, see 364.52 

Reformatory and Correctional Institutions 

For Prisons, see 365; Adult offenders, 364.1 

Juvenile Reformatories 

Includes industrial or training schools, junior republics, col- 
onies, truant schools, borstal system 

For Juvenile delinquency, see 364.3; Education of /u- 
venile delinquents, 371.93 

Discharged Convicts and Delinquents 

Includes aftercare 

For Release irom prison, see 365.64 

Criminology in Specific Countries 

PENOLOGY 

Organization Administration 

Science of punishment, prison management 
Includes treatment of prisoners 

For Criminal law and punishment, see 343; Correctional 
insritutions, 364.7; Crime and criminals, 364.2; Case stud- 
ies, 364.1 



Prison Systems 

Includes congregate, solitary or separate confinement; silent, 
progressive or intermediate stage systems (Pennsylvania, Au- 
burn, Irish or Crofton) 

For Reformatories, see 364.7;- Convict labor, 365.65 



365.3-366.5 



Decimal Classification 



134 



365.3 Penal Institutions 

Prisons, penitentiaries, jails, detention, station houses 
Includes penal farms and colonies, exiles, road camps 

,4 Special Prisons 

Includes prisons for men, women, juveniles, political prisoners, 
debtors 

j6 Treatment of Prisoners 

Includes reception, classification (photographing, fingerprint- 
ing) of prisoners; discipline; merit system; escapes; punish- 
ment of refractory prisoners; release from prison 

For Case studies oi criminals, see 364. J; Prisons for special 
classes of offenders, 365 A; Aftercare of discharged prisoners, 
364.8; Punitive labor, 365.65 

.65 Employment of Inmates 

Includes convict labor vs. free labor, systems of prison labor 
(lease, chain gangs, contract) 

.66 Prison Welfare Work 

Includes social work, clinical and laboratory, hospital serv- 
ice; directional work in education, recreation 

For Prison libraries, see 027.66 
.9 Penology in Specific Countries 

366 ASSOCIATIONS 

Associations are social groups specifically organized for pursuit of 

common interests 

Includes secret societies 

For Associations and institutions in specific fields (religion, 
art, science), see subjects; Sociological aspect, 301 A3; Learned 
societies, 060; College secret societies, 371.85 



.1 


Masons 


.2 


Knights of Pythias 


.3 


Odd Fellows 


.4 


Rosicrucians 


.5 


Elks 



135 



Social Sciences 



366.6-368.014 



366.6 Ku Klux Klan 

Formerly classified in 363 

367 SOCIAL CLUBS 

368 INSURANCE 

Principles Organization Management 

Includes compulsory social insurance, voluntary insurance 
(commercial, cooperative, voluntary government) 

For Form divisions .02-. 09, see p. Iv; exception in .01 

follows: 

368.01-368.015 GENERAL INSURANCE 

The iolhwing may be applied to any type of 

insurance, e.g. Fiie insurance rate making, 

^68.11; Life insurance underwriting, 36^.32; 

Settlement oi automobile claims, 368.574 

.01 Theory 

Risk, hazard, law of large numbers, theory of probabilities 
Includes actuarial science 

For Statistical method, see 311; Mathematical probabih- 

ties, 519 

.011 Rates 

Classification of risks, cooperative rate making organiza- 
tions 
Includes rate making 

.012 Underwriting 

Estimation and selection of risk, drafting of policies and 
forms, contract, reinsurance (formerly classified m 
368.86) 

.013 Marketing 

Sales techniques Buyers' interest 

.014 Claims 

Mechanics of claim and loss settlement 



368.015-368.4 



Decimal ChssiGcation 



136 



368.015 



.1 



2 

.22 

.23 
.3 



.36 



.37 



.38 



A 



Finance 

Investments 
Includes reserves 

For Accounting, see 657, Investment finance, 332.66 

Fire Insurance 

Includes consequential losses (business interruption or use and 
occupancy, extra expense, rents and rental values); allied fire 
lines (riot and civil commotion, earthquake, windstorm, cy- 
clone or tornado, hail, crop insurance, rain, sprinkler and 
other leakage); war risk; extended coverage 

Transportation Insurance 

Includes both ocean and inland marine insurance 

Ocean Marine Insurance 

Usually called marine insurance 

Inland Marine Insurance 

Life Insurance 

Includes accident and health insurance; mortality and survival 
tables 

Special Forms of Life Insurance 

Includes fraternal, assessment, industrial substandard risks, 
non-medical, savings bank life insurance; war risk life and 
accident insurance; group life insurance 

Annuities 

Includes group annuities, pension trusts 

Accident and Health Insurance 

Includes group accident and health insurance, group hos- 
pitalization, medical expense 

Social Insurance 

Insurance in which government goes beyond regulation of 
practices and dissemination of information 

For Social Jeeislation such as Social Security Act, see 362.9 



137 



Social Sciences 



368.41-368.83 



368.41 



.42 



.43 



.44 

.5 
.56 



Industrial Accident and Disease Insurance 

Includes Workmen's compensation insurance 

It is recommended that Liability insurance be classified 

in 368.57 

For Workmen's compensation, see 331.825; Voluntar}^ 

health and accident insurance, 368.38 

Sickness Insurance 

Includes Great Britain's sickness and health plan 

Old Age and Survivors' Insurance 

Includes provisions of Railroad Retirement Act of 1937, 
Social Security Act 

For Old age and unemployment insurance, see 368.44 

Unemployment Insurance 

Includes provisions of Social Security Act 

Casualty Insurance 

Miscellaneous Casualty Lines 

Plate glass (formerly classified in 368.6); power plant, live- 
stock loss or damage 



.57 



.6 
A 

.82 



.83 



Liability Insurance 

. Insurance covering loss due to liability for damages imposed 
by law (formerly classified in 368.41) 
Includes automobile and aviation insurance 

It is recommended that Glass Insurance be classified in 368.56 

Insurance Against Loss Due to Dishonesty or Failure in 
Performance of an Obligation 

Burglary 

Includes robbery and theft 

Fidelity Bonds 

Guarantee against loss to employers because of dishonesty 
of employees 



368.84-3694 



Decimal Classification 



138 



368.84 



.85 



.86 



.87 



.88 



.9 

.91 



.93 



369 



.1 

.2 

.4 



Surety Bonds 

Guarantee against loss due to failure to perform an obliga- 
tion 

Other Guarantees 

Mortgage, bank deposit, investment guarantees 

It is recommended that Reinsurance be classified in 
368.012 

Credit Insurance 

Insurance against loss due to insolvency of creditors 

Title Insurance 

Insurance against loss due to invalidity of or defect in real 
estate titles 

Supervision of Insurance Business by the State 

Agencies of Supervision 

Includes reports of State Departments of Insurance, Com- 
missioners 

Legislation 

Common law Statutes Case law 

For Legislation concerning particular kind oi insurance, 
see subject, e.g. Fire insurance law, 368,193 

OTHER ASSOCIATIONS AND INSTITUTIONS 

Hereditary, military, patriotic societies (American) 

Hereditary, military, patriotic societies (other than Ameri- 
can) 

Young People's Societies 

Includes Pioneer Youth of America, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, 
Camp Fire Girls 

For Religious societies^ see 267,6 



370 EDUCATION 

For Form divisions .1-9, see p. Iv; exceptions .J 5, .19, and .7 fol- 
low; 

370.15 Educational Psychology 

Educational psychology deals with conditions that promote 
or retard processes of learning and on that basis formulates 
certain principles which should be considered in organiza- 
tion and administration of schools 

.19 Educational Sociology 

Educational sociology is study of relationships between edu- 
cational process on one hand and social agencies and society 
on the other 
Includes intercultural education 

.7 Training of Educators 

.72 Institutes and Workshops 

.73 Agencies for Training Teachers 

Organization Aims Curricula 

Includes teachers' colleges, normal schools, model and 
demonstration or practice schools 

May be divided like 940-999 

.76 Agencies for Training Administrators 

Graduate schools of education 

,78 Educational Research 

For Research on any specific phase of education, see topic 



371 TEACHING 

Includes personnel, organization, methods for all levels (except 
college and university) of instruction, both public and private 

.1 Teaching and Administrative Personnel 

Includes status, duties, responsibilities, relationship of the 
teaching personnel and administrative officers with parents and 
community 

139 



371.11-371-23 



Decimal Classification 



140 



371.11 



.12 
.13 



.14 



.16 



.17 



.2 



.21 



.22 



.23 



Qualifications 

Personality, mental and physical characteristics, experience 

For Training required oi teachers, see 370.7 
It is recommended that Training be classified in 370.7 

Certification 

Includes examinations, rating, rating scales, standards for 
teacher certification 

Personnel Management 

Includes supply and demand, placement, appointment, con- 
tracts, tenure, dismissal, turno\cr, organization of teaching 
and non-teaching personnel 

For Student placement, see 371A27 

Compensation 

Includes salaries, wage scales, promotion, leave 

Retirement 

Includes pension, annuities, retirement funds 

For Pensions, annuities as part of life insurance business, 
see 368.37 

School Organization and Administration 

Organization, administration, supervision within schools, or 

carried on by school officers and staff 

Includes publicity, statistics, records for all levels and types of 

education 

For Organization ot public education, see 379.153 

Admission 

Enrollment, standards, requirements for admission to all 
grades of schools 

Tuition 

Includes student aid, scholarships 

For College students, see 378.3; Non-resident tuition in 
pubh'c supported schools, 3 79. J 3 

Organization of School Year 

Terms, xacations, summer schools, part-time sessions 



141 



Social Sciences 



371.25 



.26 



.27 



.28 



.29 



.3 



.33 



.333 



.335 



371.25-371.335 



Organization of Student Body 

Size of groups and methods of grouping students 

Educational Tests and Measurements 

Measurement of ability to learn by means of scholastic apti- 
tude tests, prediction of chance of success, measurement of 
pupils' growth in subject areas by means of standardized 
achievement tests 
Includes marking and credit systems 

For Intelligence tests not used tor educational purposes, 
see J5J.2; Diagnostic tests used in student counseling, 
37 J. 422 

Examinations 

Measurement of pupils' growth in subject areas by examina- 
tions based on specific courses of study or curricula 

Promotion 

Includes retardation 

Other Topics 

Includes commencements, student mortality 

Methods of teaching 

Includes techniques of teaching (use of drill, textbook, assign- 
ment, recitation, questioning, induction) 

For Methods of teaching specific subjects or on certain lev- 
els, see subject or grade, e.g. High school teaching, 373 

Teaching Aids and Devices 

Includes lecture, assembly, dramatization, audio-visual mate- 
rial treated together 

For School plays, see 37 J. 895 

Aural Media 

Radio, phonograph, sound recorder, story telling 

For Story telling as library function, see 027.62 

Visual Media 

Motion picture, television, still projector, maps, charts 



371.36-371-4^5 

371.36 



Decimal Classification 



142 



.37 



.39 



.394 



Procedures or Administrative Activities of Teaching 

Includes so-called * progressive" or creative teaching (proj- 
ect, problems, subject and acti\'ity units); supervised study; 
'^special day" programs 

Socialized Classroom Procedures 

Seminar, discussion, socialized recitation 

Other Procedures 

Includes exchange of pupils, trips, visits 

Individual Development 

Includes provision for individual differences by diagnostic 
and remedial teaching; instructional counseling by Gary, 
Dalton, Winnctka plans of homogeneous grouping, dif- 
ferentiated assignments, flexible advancement 

For PersonneJ work with students, see 37 J. 422 



.4 



.42 



.422 



.425 



Special Aspects of Education 

Includes monitorial system of Bell and Lancaster; theories of 
Jacotot, Ouincy 

Guidance 

Guidance is personal help designed to assist students, not 
only in schools of all levels, but as long as they need and 
seek help in solving personal, educational, or vocational 
problems 

Educational Guidance 

Personal help designed to assist students in making wise 
choices, adjustments, interpretations in educational life 
Includes student personnel work and counseling, diag- 
nosing needs by analysis of interviews, tests 

Vocational Guidance 

Assistance given in connection with choosing, preparing 
for, entering upon, making progress in an occupation 
Includes material on "how to get a job," descriptions of 
specific occupations and careers 



H3 



371.426 



.427 



Social Sciences 



371.426-371.61 



Vocational Education 

Organization Administration Teaching techniques 

Education and training in various occupations con- 
cerned with agriculture, business, industry, home 
making 

Where interest in education for specific occupations 

lies chiefly in relation to field of occupation, class in 

subject field 

For So-caJJed "professions" see 378.99 or subject of 

profession, unless it is desirable to keep all materiaJ 

on education for occupations together 

For VocationaJ rehabilitation, see 371. 91 

Placement Services of Educational Institutions 

Part of guidance program for students 

For Placement of college students working to finance 
their education, see 378.36; of teachers, 371.14 



.5 



School Government and Management 

Includes classroom management by teachers and students 



.52 



Attendance 

Includes compulsory education 



.53 



Rewards 

Competitions, prizes 



.54 
.59 



Punishments 

Student Participation 

Includes self-government, participation in school manage- 
ment, school city 

School Plant 

Includes surx'cys of needs, planning building programs for 
schools of all levels 

For School architecture, see 727.1 



.61 



Play Grounds 



371-62-371.74 



Decimal Classification 



144 



371.62 



.64 



.7 



.71 



.718 



.73 



.74 



Buildings and Equipment 

Standards Regulations Operation and maintenance 

Includes special rooms and buildings (laboratories, gym- 
nasiums, swimming pools); lighting, heating, sanitation, 
equipment, apparatus 

It is recommended that School Libraries be classified in 
027.8; Reading Lists for Children, 028.5; College and 
University Libraries, 027.7 

School Health 

Includes physical and health education 

Health Service and Supervision 

* Includes healthful school living, physical examinations, ap- 
praisal of physical fitness, assignment to health classifica- 
tions, planning for correction of defects, adjustment of 
school program to physical needs of student, immunization 
programs and other plans to control communicable diseases, 
supervision of lunchroom and planned meals, safety meas- 
ures and instruction 

For Management of lunchrooms, see 647.95 

It is recommended that Open Air Schools be classified 
in 371.917 



Tests and measure- 



Physical Education in Schools 

Organization Administration 

ments 

Includes gymnastics (tumbling, stunts, apparatus); indi- 
vidual corrective exercise; combativcs (boxing); aquatics; 
out-of-door activities, (camping, hiking); individual sports 
(tennis, track, handball); rhythmics (dancing) for all 
levels of education 

For Gymnastics, athletics, sports unconnected with 
schools, see 796 

Intramural Athletics and Games 

Football, basketball, soccer, baseball 

For Athletics and sports unconnected with schools, see 
796 



^4S 



Social Sciences 



37i'75-37i-895 



371.75 



.76 



.8 



.805 



.81 



.83 



Interschool Athletics and Games 

Football, baseball 

Health Education in Schools 

Instruction in personal and community health, first aid, 
home nursing, sex education 

For Health education outside of schools, see 613; Specific 
subjects included in health education programs, the sub- 
ject, e.g. Sex education, 6i2.6 

Student Life and Extra Curricular Activities 

Includes schools of all types and levels 

School Journalism 

How to run a school paper 

For Student publications, see school publishing them; 
teaching journalism, 070.7 

Student Attitudes and Behavior 

Includes ethics 

Student Organizations 

Includes material on secret and non-secret societies 



.85 



.87 



.89 



.895 



Secret Societies 

For Secret societies not connected with schools, see 366 

Student Housing 

Management of dormitories, houses 

Other Student Activities 

Organization Programs Management 

Includes banquets, dances, pep meetings, class days, cheer- 
leading 

School Plays and Pageantry 

For school use only 

For drama and creative drama as teaching aids, see 
37133 



371.9-371-927 



Decimal Classification 



146 



147 



Social Sciences 



371-93-372-* 



371.9 



.91 



.911 



.912 



.914 



.916 
.917 



.921 



.927 



Special Education for Exceptional Students 

Educational programs planned for those who deviate consider- 
ably from normal 
Includes programs, practices, trends 

Physically Handicapped 

Includes home, hospital, special school instruction; voca- 
tional rehabilitation (formerly classified in 331.86) 

For Employment of physically handicapped, see 33 J. 59 

Blind and Partially Sighted 

Instruction in Braille and other systems of reading 
Sight-saving classes 



Deaf and Hard of Hearing 

Manual and oral instruction 
speech and lip reading for deaf 



Training in speech; 



Speech Defectives 

Correction of such speech defects as stuttering, articu- 
lating defects due to malformed teeth, palate, or to injury 
to nerve centers, as well as oral inactivity; disorders of 
voice and aphasia 

Speech defectives was formerly classified in 371.927 
For Speech training for normal voice, see 808.S2 

Crippled 

Delicate 

Includes malnourished, incipient tuberculars, cardiacs, 
epileptics, and others not in perfect health; open-air 
schools (formerly classified in 371.718) 

Mentally Handicapped 

Low I. Q.'s Mentally retarded or subnormal 

For Sociological studies ot mental deficiency, see 301 A6 

It is recommended that Education of Those With 
Speech Defects be classified in 371.914 



37L93 



.95 



.96 



.97 



.974 
.98 



372 



.2 



Socially Exceptional 

Those who violate accepted social codes (delinquents, 
truants, so-called ^'problem children*') 
Includes special classes and educational programs of par- 
ental, state, training schools 

For Organization and management ot educational work 
in correctional institutions, see 365.66 

Gifted 

The high I. Q., bright or superior child, child with special 
talents 

Exceptional Because of Class Distinction 

Education of princes, nobility 

Exceptional Because of Race 

Education of racial minorities who require special educa- 
tional facilities or create special problems (Indian in Amer- 
ica, Chinese in California) 

Negro 
Exceptional Because of Nationality or Socio-Religious 
group 

Education of national, religious or socio-religious minorities 
who create special educational problems or interests (the 
Jew in America, the French in Canada) 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

Principles Organization Curricula Methods Evaluation 

Includes education in both public and private schools from in- 
formal preschool education to graduation from grammar school 

Individual schools may be classified with type which they 

represent 

For Organization, methods, discussed from other than the 
elementary school point ot view, see level of school, 373, 
374 or 378 or for general discussion, 371 

Early Childhood Education 

Principles Organization Curricula Methods 
Teacher training 



372.21-372-5 



Decimal Classification 



148 



372.21 Kindergarten 

Includes nursery-kindergarten, kindergarten-primary; mate- 
rials of instruction, development of social attitudes, lan- 
guage, appreciation of music and rhythms; use of play; work 
periods, songs, stories; works of educators influential in de- 
veloping kindergartens, e.g. Froebel 

.24 Primary Schools 

Includes education in public and private schools from pre- 
school which stresses free play, handwork, story telling, 
training in habits to primary or first three grades of grammar 
school 

.242 Grammar or Elementary Schools 

Includes intermediate grades (4, 5, 6), upper grades (7, 
8) in the usual type grammar school 

For Junior high school, see 373.2 

372.3-372.8 
EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 

For grades one to eight 

.3 Science and Nature Study in Elementary Grades 

A Reading Spelling 

Includes methods of teaching oral and silent reading of native 
languages, materials such as primers, first readers, diagnostic 
and remedial treatment of reading of elementary students 

For Elementary readers used to teach reading oi foreign 
languages, see 400, e.g. French first reader, 448.64; Diagnos- 
tic and remedial reading for other than elementary school 
students, 428.4 

.42 Spelling 

.5 Creative Arts in Elementary Grades 

Includes painting, drawing with different media, modeling, 
printing, poster work; crafts (weaving, ncedlccraft, paper work) 



149 



Social Sciences 



372-51-372.9 



372.51 
.6 



Handwriting 

Language Arts in Elementary Grades 

Oral and written 

Includes vocabulary building, art of conversation, dramatics, 

public speaking, conduct of meetings, letter writing, accounts, 

creative composition, formal aspects of grammar, punctuation, 

capitalization 

For Elementary texts for learning foreign languages, see 
4282 



.7 



.8 



.83 



Mathematics in Elementary Grades 

Number concepts; arithmetical processes of addition, subtrac- 
tion, multiplication, division, fractions; problems 
Includes diagnostic and remedial arithmetic 

Other Studies in Elementary Grades 

Studies not provided for elsewhere may be divided like 010- 
099 or arranged alphabetically by subject 

Social Studies 

Citizenship, civics, safety, health, geography, history studied 
from viewpoint of relationship of human beings to each 
other and physical environment in which they live 

For Individual social studies, see 372.8, e.g. Teaching of 
geographv in elementary schools, 372. 89J; Health educa- 
tion, 37J.76 



.9 



History of Elementary Education 

History Reports Catalogs 

Includes public and private elementary schools and educa- 



tion 



May be divided like 930-999, e.g. Ilistorj' of elementary 
education in Germany, 372.943 



373-374-22 



Decimal Classification 



150 



15^ 



Social Sciences 



374.24-374.92 



373 SECONDARY EDUCATION 

Principles Administration Curricula Methods 
Evaluation 

Includes senior high schools and preparatory schools for boys, 
for boys and girls; diagnostic and remedial teaching 

For Schools for girls onJv, see 376; Vocational education in 
secondary schools, 371A26; Guidance work in secondary 
schools, 371.42 

2 Junior High Schools 

.3^.9 History of Secondary Education 

History Reports Catalogs 

Includes public and private secondary schools and education 
Nhiy be divided like 930-999, e.g. The Boston Latin 
School, 373.744 

374 ADULT EDUCATION 

Voluntary, purposeful efforts of mature people toward self-devel- 
opment without such efforts becoming major activity 

For Special aspects of adult education (education for family 
and rural life, citizenship, consumer, civic, health, intercultural, 
vocational education) see specific kind of education, e.g. Voca- 
tional education, 371.426; Agricultural extension educational 
programs, 630.7; College and university extension, 378.J3 

.1 Self -education for Adults 

Directed or undirected home reading and study 

For Remedial reading, see 428 A 

.2 Techniques and Media of Adult Education 

Includes production, distribution, use of educational material 
suited to purposes of adult education 

.21 Adult Education by Special Interest or Natural Groups 

Includes men and women^s clubs (Junto, League of Women 
Voters), religious associations (YJVI.C.A.), trade unions 

22 Reading and Reading-discussion Group Technique 

Includes Pcoplc^s Guild, Great Books Program 



374.24 



.26 



.27 



.4 



.8 



.9 



•91 



.92 



Discussion Group Technique 

Includes panels, symposiums, town meetings, round tables, 
forums, training for leadership of discussion groups 

Use of Radio in Adult Education 

Includes educational programs of local, state, college, uni- 
versity stations; "Groups for better listening*' to develop 
discrimination and obtain better educational programs 

For Use oi radio as aid in teaching, see 371333 

Use of Motion Pictures and Television in Adult Educa- 
tion 

Includes use of documentary films; films to effect emotional 
attitudes and impart factual knowledge; films in service of 
business, advertising, public relations; combination of film 
and discussion (Film forums) 

For Use oi motion pictures as aid in teaching, see 37 J .335 

Correspondence Instruction for Adults 

Includes private correspondence schools, U. S. Armed Forces 
Institute, college and university correspondence courses 

For Correspondence courses for specific sub/ects, see sub/ect, 
e.g. Correspondence course in shorthand, 653 

It is recommended that Continuation Schools be classified 
in 374.91 

Institutional Programs of Adult Education 

For Work ot public library in adult education, see 021.2; 
Museums, 069. J; Universities and colleges, 378. J 3 

Schools, Centers, Institutes, Workshops 

Includes adult schools (folk school, Cheltenham school); 
public school continuation and evening schools for adults 
and their work with forums, discussion groups; institutes 
(Brooklyn, Burton); centers (Boston Center for Adult Edu- 
cation) 

Continuation schools was formerly classified in 374.8 

Churches 



374-93-376.9 



Decimal Classification 



152 



153 



Social Sciences 



377-378.11 



374.93 Adult Education Councils 

94_ 99 Government Activity in Adult Education 

Local, state, federal programs of adult education 
Includes emergency programs, in-service training 

May be divided like 940-999 

375 CURRICULUM COURSE OF STUDY 

Theory and principles Construction Evaluation and re- 
vision of curriculum 

Curriculum is considered as systematic group of courses or 
sequence of subjects, or general over-all plan of content or 
materials of instruction; is differentiated from *^course of 
study" which is considered as an official guide to aid in teach- 
ing given subjects or areas of study 

For Curriculum for specific level oi school, see kind ot 
school e.g. Curriculum for junior high, 373.2; Curriculum 
of specific subject, 375.0J-.9, e.g. Curriculum in the social 
sciences, 375.3 

.01-.9 Curricula and Courses of Study in Specific Subjects 

May be divided like 010-999, e.g. Science in the curricu- 
lum, 375.5; Courses in English for junior high, 375.42; or 
arranged alphabetically by subject 
For Curricula and courses of study for elementary subjects, 

see 372.3-.8 

Where interest in course of study or curriculum for specific 
subject area lies with subject, class with subject, e.g. 
"Science in education; its aim and methods" would prob- 
ably be more useful in S07 than in 375.5 in a scientific h- 
brary 

376 EDUCATION OF WOMEN 

Includes private and public elementary and secondary schools 
for girls; question of coeducation 

Ji Colleges for Women 

Description History Handbooks Bulletins Cata- 
logs 

.9 History of Education of Women 

May be divided like 930-999 



377 



.1 



.2 



.5 
.8 



.9 



378 



.1 



.11 



RELIGIOUS AND MORAL EDUCATION 

Includes interrelation of church, state, education; problems and 
activities peculiar to sectarian schools 

For Rehgion in curriculum or course of study, see 375.2; Cata- 
logs, history of denominational schools, 372, 373, or 378, dis- 
regarding denomination; Education of religious workers, 207 

Problems of Religious and Bible Instruction 

Controversial material on religious and Bible instruction in 
public schools and non-sectarian private schools 

For Reh'gious education, see 268 or 375.2 

Character Education 

For Moral, ethical, or character education in curriculum, see 
375.J 

Parochial Schools 

Christian Church and Education 

Problems, programs, evaluation of church education 

May be divided like 280 

For Specific sectarian schools, see level of school, e.g. 

Georgetown Prep School, 373 

Non-Christian Religions and Education 

May be divided like 290 

COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY EDUCATION 

Purpose Scope Curricula Trends 

For Curriculum in specific areas, see 375.0J-.9; Students' life, 
371.8; Higher education for women, 376.8; Methods of col- 
lege teaching, 37 J. 3 

Organization and Administration 

Includes public relations, finance, management 

Administrative officers 

Functions of president, dean, registrar, comptroller, boards 
of trustees 



378.12-378.99 



Decimal Classification 



^54 



378.12 



.13 



.15 



.2 



3 



.36 



.4^.9 



.99 



Faculty 

Includes exchange, academic freedom, other problems pe- 
culiar to college and unixersity faculties 

For Problems of teaching personnel, e.g. pensions, salary, 
tenure, teaching load, see 371.1; Theory of academic free- 
dom in democracy, 323.44 

University Extension 

Includes academic and professional programs and courses of- 
fered on or off campus, lecture series, services of lecturers to 
groups, alumni education 

For Uni\'ersity and college correspondence courses, see 

374.4 

Types or Levels of Higher Education 

Includes junior college, undergraduate and graduate work 
For Specific institutions oi higher lemming, see 378.4-.9 

Academic Degrees 

Includes requirements for degrees (subjects, residence, exam- 
inations, dissertations), honors, academic costume 

Encouragement of Advanced Study and Research 

Includes endowments, foundations, fellowships, scholarships 
(Carnegie Corporation, Nobel Foundation) 

Student Aid 

Includes loan funds, student aid associations, assistance in 
finding jobs for self-support 

For Placement advice for alumni, see 37 J. 427 

Higher Education in Specific Countries or Institutions 

History Reports Catalogs 

May be divided like 940-998, or arranged alphabetically 

by name of institution 

For Women's colleges, see 376.8-.9 

Professional and Technical Education in Institutions of 

Higher Learning 

May be divided like classification 010-999 

Where interest in professional or technical education lies 

chiefly in subject field, class with subject 



^55 



Social Sciences 



379-379-156 



379 



.1 



.11 



.12 



.13 



.14 



.15 



.151 
.152 



.153 



.156 



EDUCATION AND THE STATE 

Public Education 

All tax-supported education as contrasted with pri\atc and 
parochial education 

Financial Administration of Public Education 

Expenditures Fiscal policies Costs Accounting 

School funds Debt Budgetary practice 

Federal and State Aid to Public Education 

Includes exemption from taxation, allocation of funds, sub- 
sidies, land grants 

Local Support of Public Education 

Includes taxation, endowments, non-resident tuition, bond 
issues 

Public Education Laws and Legislation 

May be divided like 930-999 

Organization and Administration of Public Education 

Includes setting of standards, accrediting, question of cen- 
tralization or decentralization of control 

Federal Supervision and Control 

State Organization and Administration of Public Educa- 
tion 

Includes activities of state boards of education, state super- 
intendents 

Local Organization and Administration of Public Educa- 
tion 

Functions Powers Duties 

Includes elected or appointed county, city, district boards 
of education; trustees 

For Superintendents, principals, supervisors employed 
localJy, see 37 LI 

Control of Textbooks Used in Public Education 

State or local regulation of selection, publication, provision, 
price of text books used by public education institutions 



379i6-379-9 



Decimal Classification 



156 



379.16 Public Institutions of Higher Learning 

Discussion of tax supported colleges and universities 
For Specific institutions, see 378A-.9 

.17 Public Secondary and Elementary Education 

Includes discussions of theory, provisions for, functions of 
tax-supported secondary and elementary education 

For Specific institutions, see level oi school, e.g. Western 
High School 373 

•173 Public Education in Rural Areas 

For Method, curricuJum, see subject, e.g. Methods ot teach- 
ing in rural grade school, 37i.3 

.175 Centralization of Public Education Facilities 

Includes consolidated schools, transportation for students 

2 Illiteracy 

Includes problems caused by illiteracy; surveys, statistics, control 
of illiteracy 

.4-.9 History of Public Education 

Includes reports of commissions, boards 

May be divided like 940-999 

For History oi education in general, see 370.9; History of 
specific types or levels ot education, type or leveJ, e.g. His- 
tory oi adult education movement, 374.09; History oi ele- 
mentary education in U. S., 372.973 



380,1 



381 



382 



.5 



j6 



383 



.1 

.2 

.22 



380 COMMERCE 

Trade or exchange of commodities 

For Commercial law, see 347.7; Commercial geography, 911.3 

Commercial Theory 

It is recommended that Material more properly related to 
Production and Economic policy be classified in 338, e.g. 
Business cycles, 338.54; Government corporations, 338.74; 
Public utilities, 338.39 

DOMESTIC TRADE 

Exchange of commodities within a country 

Includes interstate commerce; domestic trade practices, barriers, 

regulations; trade associations 

INTERNATIONAL TRADE 

Trade between countries or between mother country and colony 
Includes foreign trade practices, trading companies 

For Protection and regulation oi international trade, trade 
agreements, see tariff policy, 337; Shipping and commeTcial 
routes, 387.5 

Import Trade 

Collection of commodities from abroad for distribution by 
home traders 

Export Trade 

Sending commodities produced or collected in home country 
to countries abroad 
Includes balance of trade 

POSTAL COMMUNICATION 

Transport of mail by rail, air, ocean facilities 

Postal Services 

Includes classes of mail, mail rates, mail delivery 

Postage Stamps 

Philately 

Collection and study of stamps, stamped cn\clopes 

157 



i 1 



383.4-385 

383.4 



.49 



384 



.1 



.5 



.55 



385 



Decimal Classification 



158 



Postal Systems 

Includes international mail systems 

National Postal Systems 

May be divided like 930-999, e.g. Postal system of England, 
383.4942 

COMMUNICATION 

Admmistration Regulation Finance Facilities (com- 
panies, stations) Services 

Transmission of ideas and information 
Includes telecommunication 

For Mass communication, see 301.243; Electric communi- 
cation engineering, 621.38 

Telegraphy 

For Teiegraph engineering and operation, see 621.382 



• ■ ■ 



Radiocommumcation 

For Radio engineering and broadcasting, see 62 J. 3 84 

Television Communication 

For Television engineering and broadcasting, see 621.388 

Telephony 

For Telephone engineering and operation, see 621.385 

TRANSPORTATION 

Administration Regulation Finance Facilities (routes, 
vehicles, terminals) Services 

Conveyance of persons and goods 

Includes traffic or business of transportation; competition be- 
tween transportation systems; reports of Interstate Commerce 
Commission, public service commissions 

For Transportation engineering, see 625; Transportation in- 
surance, 368.2; Architecture oi transportation terminals, 
725.3; Channels oi Communication in city pJanning, 711.7 



159 



Social Sciences 



385.1-387 



385.1 



.13 



.132 



386 



.3 
.4 
.5 
.8 



387 



Railroad Transportation 

Administration Regulation Facilities (routes, trains, 

terminals) Services History 

Transportation and traffic on all types of rail routes 
Includes street railroads (formerly classified in 388.4) 

For Railroad engineering, see 625.1 

Raib-oad Finance 

Includes valuation, subsidies, taxation of railroads 

Raih-oad Rates 

Determination and regulation of passenger, express, 

freight rates 

Railroad Companies 

Includes trains, schedules, services, private car companies 
(Pullman, Express) 
For Rolhng stock, see 625.2; Railroading, 625.27 

INLAND WATERWAY TRANSPORTATION 

Administration Regulation Finance Facilities (routes, 
vessels, terminals) Services 

Transportation and traffic on inland water routes (rivers, lakes, 

canals) 

For Inland waterway engineering, see 627.1 

River Transportation 
Canal Transportation 
Lake Transportation 

Inland Ports and Harbors 

For Ocean and inland ports treated together, see 387.1; Harbor 
engineering, 627.2; Port engineering, 627.3 

MARINE TRANSPORTATION 

Administration Regulation Finance Facilities (routes, 
ships, terminals) Services 

Transportation and traffic on ocean routes 
For Marine engineering, see 623.87 



387.1-387-55 

387.1 



Decimal Classification 



160 



.11 



.12 



.13 



.2 



.5 



.51 



.52 



.522 



524 



.54 



.55 



Ocean Ports and Harbors 

Port and terminal facilities 

Includes inland and ocean ports treated together 

For Inland ports, see 386.8; Harbor engineering, 627.2; 
Port engineering, 627.3 

Port Guides 

Includes port regulations, charges 

Individual Ports and Harbors 

Includes river, bay, combination, open roadstead ports 

Free Ports and Harbors 

Foreign-trade zones 

Ship Registers 

Includes lists of vessels; their classification, rating, tonnage 

Merchant Marine 

Water-borne commerce 

For Maritime law, see 347.7; Marine insurance, 368.22 

Shipping 

Water transport or carrying business 

Includes shipping practice (cargo handling stowage) long- 
shoremen or stevedores 

Trade Routes 

Ocean routes for commerce 

Intercoastal Routes 

Routes for international trade 

For International trade, see 382 

Coastwise Routes 

Routes for trade between ports of the same country 

For Domestic trade, see 381 

Steamship Lines 

Includes ocean liners, schedules, services 

Salvage 

Includes underwater salvage operations (submarine diving) 



161 



387.7 



.72 



.73 



.74 



388 



.3 



.4 



389 



Social Sciences 



387.7-389 



AIR TRANSPORTATION 

Administration Regulation Finance Facilities (routes, 
airliners, terminals) Scr\ices 

Commercial aeronautics or transportation and traffic on air 

routes 

For Aeronautics, see 629.1 

Airways 

Aerial routes or connecting links between airports 
Includes route accessories (beacons, markers) 

Air Terminals 

Includes airports, landing fields 

Air Lines 

Includes air liners, schedules, services 

HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION 

Administration Regulation Finance 
motor vehicles, terminals) Services 

For Highway engineering, see 6257 

Automotive Transportation 

Motor bus, taxicab, trucking companies; their motor carriers, 
schedules, services 

For Automotive engineering, see 629.2; Traffic engineering, 
625.79 
It is recommended that Street Railroad Transportation be 
classified in 385.1 

STANDARDIZATION 

Includes standardization of weights and measures 
For Time systems and standards, see 529.7 



Facilities (routes. 



390 CUSTOMS 



390.9 



391 



.09 



392 



393 



394 



Customs are habits and conventions that have become traditional 
For Social psycholog)', see 30]. I: Social institutions, 301. 4; 
CuIturaJ anthropolog)', 572.7 

National Customs 

May be divided Hke 930-999 

COSTUME AND ACCESSORIES 

Includes hairdressing, wigs, beards, shoes, canes, hats, veils, fans, 

buttons, other ornaments 

For Fashions, see 646.01; Costuming and costume designs for 
theatrical production, 792.02; Jewelry, 739.27 

History of Costume 

CUSTOMS OF LIFE CYCLE 

Includes customs attendant upon birth, naming, circumcision, 
reaching maturity, betrothal, marriage, death (formerly classified 
in 393) 

For Christian rites, see 265; Rites in comparative religion, 
291; Judaic rites, 296.4; Marriage and family, 301.42; Ethics 
applied to family, 177; Cultural anthropology, 572.7; Sex 
problems, 30I.-f24-.426; War customs, 399 

It is recommended that TREATMENT OF DEAD be 

classified in 392 

POLITICAL AND SOCIAL CUSTOMS 

Includes eating, processionals, parades, carnivals, tournaments, 
fireworks; ceremonies for coronation of rulers; inauguration cere- 
monies for executive officers; dueling, suicide customs 

For Dances, see 793.3; Special dress, 391; Suicide, 301.46; Spe- 
cial day programs in schools, 371.36 

Holidays 

Comprehensive treatment of holidays 

Includes origin of celebration, types of holidays (French holi- 
days, patriotic holidays, summer holidays) 

162 



163 



Social Sciences 



394.26-398.22 



394.26 



395 



396 



397 



398 



.2 



.21 



.22 



Celebration of Holidays 

Plans and specific programs for celebration of separate holi- 
days (Christmas, New Year, Memorial Day, Independence 
Day) 

May be arranged alphabetically by name of day 

ETIQUETTE 

Codes of social procedure and conduct 

For Applied ethics, see 177 

WOMAN'S POSITION IN SOCIETY 

It is recommended that as much material as possible on this 
subiect be classified m the more specific subject, e^g Position ot 
woinen in Christian church, 261.8; Women of Bible, 220.92; 
Political status of women, 324.3; Employment of women, 331.4; 
Education of women, 376, leaving 396 for comprehensive works 
or for special collections 

GYPSIES 

It is recommended that Romany language be classified in 491.4 

For Minority groups, see 301.45 

FOLKLORE 

Includes riddles, proverbs, popular cries 

For Mythology, see 291; Children's stories, 800; Cultural an- 
thropology, 572.7; Linguistics, 400; Folk songs, 784.4 

Legends and Folk-Tales 

Narrative prose 

Folk-Tales 

Talcs handed down by word of mouth among common 

Incfudcs tales of animals, magic, romance, stupid people; 
tall tales 

Legends of Human Beings 

Narrative founded on tradition with some intermixture of 

Indudcs secular heroes (Arthur, Charlemagne, Cid), out- 
laws (Robin Hood, Jesse James, Captain Kidd) 



398.23-399 

398.23 



Decimal Classification 



164 



.3 



A 
5 
JS 



.9 



399 



Legends of Places 

Includes legends of mountains, caves, ruins, rivers, ceme- 
teries, lovers' leaps 

Beliefs or Superstitions 

Includes explanation or description of magic, curse, charm, 
prayer; of certain words, letters, signs, colors, numbers, em- 
blems; medicines, remedies, predictions, dreams 

For Beliefs concerning life cycle, see 392 

It is recommended that Supernatural Beings (Fairies, Elves, 
Ogres, Monsters) be classified in 398.2-.3 
It is recommended that Chapbooks be classified with 
History of Books, 655.4 

Riddles 

Folklore in Rimes and Games 

Includes game verse (counting out rimes), nursery rimes 

For Music, see 780; Poetry, 800 

Proverbs 

Saying which has become current and traditional (new broom 
sweeps clean, as white as snow, never too late to mend) 

CUSTOMS OF WAR 

Includes war dances 



400 Linguistics 



400-419 COMPARATIVE AND GENERAL LINGUISTICS 

This scheme may be applied as needed to language 

kmihes or speciBc languages, as illushated by the 

expansion for English 420-429 

For Form divisions 01-07, 09, see p. Iv; 08 follows: 



408 



.9 
.91 

.92 



COLLECTIONS 



ARTIFICIAL-UNIVERSAL 

LANGUAGES 



Constructed and Other International Auxiliary Languages 
Volapiik 
Esperanto 



165 



411 
412 
415 

414 

415 
416 
417 

418 
419 



410 COMPARATIVE LINGUISTICS 

For Individual language, sec language, e.g. German semanties, 
432 

WRITING 

ETYMOLOGY SEMANTICS 

LEXICOGRAPHY POLYGLOT 

DICTIONARIES 

PHONOLOGY 

For Physiology of speech, see 612.78 

GRAMMAR MORPHOLOGY SYNTAX 

It is recommended that PROSODY be classified in 808.1 
INSCRIPTIONS PALEOGRAPHY 

For Early rare manuscripts, see 091; English paleography, 421 

TEXTS 

LANGUAGE COMMUNICATED OTHER- 
WISE THAN BY WORDS OR LETTERS OF 

AN ALPHABET 

Includes sign language, picture language, hieroglyphics 

For Communication for deaf mutes, see 371.912 



1 66 



420 ENGLISH LANGUAGE 



421 



.1 
.4 



.5 
.8 

.9 



422 



423 



.1 

.2-.9 



For Texts for Jear;iing English as a foreign language, see 428.24; 
Elementary school texts, 372.6; Form divisions 1-9, p. Iv 

WRITING 

Includes paleography, inscriptions 

For Handwriting, see 652.1; Handwriting in elementary educa- 
tion, 372.51 

Alphabet 

Spelling Variations 

Includes phonetic alphabets and spelling, and spelling reform 
For Spelhng books, see 428.1; S^Jelling books in elementary 
education, 372.42 

Pronunciation 

Abbreviations 

For Shorthand, see 653; Codes, 652.8 

Punctuation 

Includes capitalization 

DERIVATION 

Origin and law of English language Derivation of various 
parts of speech, e.g. noun, \crb forms, prefixes, 'suffixes, redupli- 
cation 
Includes Semantics (meaning) 

For General semantics, see 190 

DICTIONARIES 

Dictionaries in English 
Includes lexicography, \ocabulary 

Idioms 

Two-way Dictionaries 

Dictionaries in which English is the less known language, e.g. 
English-Portuguese dictionary in a Brazilian library, 423.69 

May be divided like 420-499 

For Two-way dictionaries where English is better known 
language, see the other language, e.g. in an American library 
English-French dictionar\', 443.2; German-English, 433.2 

167 



/^I^-^T&.I 



424 
425 



.1 

1 



426 

427 



.02 



.09 



.1-.8 



.9 



428 



.1 



.2 



Decimal Classification 



1 68 



SYNONYMS, HOMONYMS, ANTONYMS 

GRAMMAR 

It is recommended that Texts for Learning Mother Tongue be 

classified in 428 

Morphology and Inflection 

Syntax 

Includes arrangement of words, parts of speech 

It is recommended that PROSODY be classified in 808.1 
PATOIS SLANG DIALECTOLOGY 

Middle English (1101-1500) 

For OJd EngJish, see 429; Modern En%\\^\i, 420's 

Slang 

For American-English sJang, see 427.9 

Dialects 

May be divided like 942.1-.8, e.g. Cockney dialect, 427.1 

Dialects not Provided for Above 

Includes American-English, New Zealand-English 

TEXTS FOR LEARNING ENGLISH LANGUAGE 

Designed primarily for use outside elcmentar\' schools for those 
who need the rudiments of or correction in oral or written Eng 
lish 

For Texts for learning other languages, see language, e.g. Ele- 
mentary French Reader for Americans, '\^^M 

Spelling Books 

For Spelling books designed for use in elementary schools, see 

372.42 

Elementary or "First" Books 

Combined grammar, composition, vocabulary and exercises for 
use by those whose native language is English 

For Language arts in elementary schools, see 372.6; Ele- 
ments of English grammar, 425; EngJish composition, m% 



169 



Linguistics 



428.24-429 



428.24 



.25 



.3 



.4 



.6 



.64 



429 



"First" Books for Those Whose Mother Tongue Is Not 

English 

Modifications of English 

Includes Basic English 

Use of Words 

Includes errors of speech, vulgarisms 

For Slang, see ^11 .W; Synonyms, 424; Vocabulary, 423 

Remedial Reading 

Includes reading beyond "elementary" 

Elementary or "First" Readers 

Combined literary selections or compositions, vocabularies 
and exercises for use by those whose native language is Eng- 
lish 
Includes adult education readers 

For English composition, see ^^^\ Reading in elementary 
schools, 372.4 
Readers for Those Whose Mother Tongue is Not English 
OLD ENGLISH (ANGLO-SAXON), 500-1100 AD 



430 GERMAN 

431-439 may be divided like 420; expansion in 437 and 439 fol- 
lows : 
437.01 Old High German to 11 00 

.02 Middle High German 1101-1500 

.9 Yiddish 

Yiddish was formerly classified in 492.49 

439 GERMANIC LANGUAGES 

Includes Frisian, Anglo Frisian, Old Saxon, and Gothic 

.3 Netherlandish and Low German Dialects 

.31 Dutch 

.32 Flemish 

.36 Afrikaans 

,4 Plattdeutsch (Modem Low German) 

.5 Scandinavian 

ja Old Norse Icelandic Faroese 

.7 Swedish 

.8 Danish Norwegian 

.81 Danish 

.82 Norwegian 



170 



440 FRENCH 



447.01 
.02 
.03 



.9 



449 



.9 



For Romance languages, see 479.1 

441-449 may be divided like 420; expansion in 447 and 449 fol- 
lows: 

Old French (to 1400) 
Middle French (1401-1600) 
Modem French (1601-1850) 
Canadian and Creole French 

PROVENCAL 

Catalan 



171 



450 ITALIAN 

For Romance languages, see 479.1 

451-459 may be divided like 420; expansion in 457 and 459 fol- 
lows: 

457.01 Old Italian (to 1300) 

.02 Middle Italian (1301-1600) 

.03 Modern Italian (1601-1875) 

459 RUMANIAN 

.9 Romansch (Rhetic) 



460 SPANISH 

For Romance languages, see 479.1 

461-469 may be divided like 420; expansion in 467 and 469 fol- 
lows : 

467.01 Old Spanish (to 1100) 

.02 Middle Spanish (1101-1600) 

.03 Modem Spanish (1601-1850) 

469 PORTUGUESE 

.701 Old Portuguese (to 1100) 

.702 Middle Portuguese (1101-1600) 

.703 Modern Portuguese (1601-1850) 

.9 Galician 



172 



173 



470 LATIN 

For Classical languages, see 489.1 

471-479 may be divided like 420; expansion in 477 and 479 fol- 
lows: 

477.01 Old Latin (to 80 BC) 

.02 Classical Latin (81 BC-117 AD) 

.03 Post-classical Latin 

,05 Vulgar Latin 

479 OTHER ITALIC MEDIEVAL AND MODERN 

LATIN (CHURCH LATIN) 

.1 Romance Languages 



480 GREEK 

For Classical languages, see 489.1 

481-489 may be divided like 420; expansion in 487 and 489 fol- 
lows: 

487.01 Classical Period 

.02 Hellenistic Period 

.03 Biblical Period 

.04 New Testament Period 

.05 Medieval Period 

489 HELLENIC GROUP MODERN GREEK 

.1 Classical Languages 



174 



I7S 



490 OTHER LANGUAGES 



491 



.1 
.2 
.3 
.4 



.5 



.54 
.55 
JS 

.62 

.66 

.69 

.7 

.7701 

.7702 

.7703 

.79 

.8 

.81 

.82 



Includes Oriental languages 

INDO-EUROPEAN LANGUAGES 

INDO-HITTITE 

491.54, .62, .66, .7, .81, .84, .85, .86, .92, .93 may be divided like 
420 

Indo-Iranian Indie 

Old Indie Sanskrit 

Prakrit Pali 

Modern Indie 

Includes Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, Marathi, Gujarati, Hin- 
dustandi, Panjabi, Sindhi, Romany (formerly classified in 
397) 

Iranian 

Includes Avestan, Old Persian, Baluchi, Pamir dialects, 
Pashto 

Armenian 

Modem West Iranian (Modern Persian) 

Italo-Celtic Celtic 

Includes Gaelic: Scotch Gaelic; Cornish, Breton, Gaulish 

Irish 
Welsh 

It is recommended that Basque be classified in 499.9 
Slavic Russian 

Old Russian (1101-1550) 
Middle Russian (1551-1750) 
Modern Russian (1751-1920) 

Ukrainian 

Windish Moravian Slovak Croatian Polabian 

Bulgarian 

Serbian 

176 



177 


Linguistics 


491.84-492.9 


491.84 


Slovene 




.85 


Polish 




.86 


Czech (Bohemian) 




.9 


Baltic 

Includes Old Prussian, Latvian 




.92 


Lithuanian 




.93 


Lettish 




.99 


Other Indo-European Languages 





Includes Hittitc and its group, e.g. Anatolian (Hittite 
proper, Hieroglyphic Hittite, Luwian, Lycian, Lydian); Tok- 
harian, Kuchean 

.991 Thraco-lUyrian 

Includes Albanian, Illyrian, Thracian, Phygian 

For Armenian, see 491.54 

492 SEMITIC LANGUAGES 

492.1-.9 may be divided like 420 

,1 Aramaic 

.19 Assyrian Babylonian 

.2 Chaldean 

.3 Syrian language 

A Hebrew 

.49 It is recommended that Yiddish be classified in 437.9 

,5 Samaritan 

.6 Phoenician Punic Carthaginian 

,7 Arabic 

A Ethiopian 

Includes Gez, Tigrinya, Tigre, Amharic, Gafat, Harari, Gurage 

For Hamitic Ethiopian languages, see 493.5 

,9 Himyaritic (Mineo-Sabean) 

Includes Sabean, Mincan, Mahra, Soqotra, Qataban, Awsan, 
Libyanite, Thamudian, Safaitic 



493-494-511 



Decimal Classification 



178 



493 



.1 
.2 
.3 



.5 



494 



.1 



.2 



.3 



.35 



.4 



.5 



.511 



HAMITIC LANGUAGES 

493.1-.2 may be divided like 420 

Old Egyptian 
Coptic 

Libyan or Berber Group 

Includes Algerian Kabyle, Mozabi, Moorish, Touarik or 
Touareg 

Hamitic Ethiopian (Cushitic) 

Includes Somali, Galla, Beja (Bedawye), Afar, Saho, Agaw 
(Aghagha) 

TUNGUZIC, MONGOLIC, TURKIC, 

SAMOYED, FINNO-UGRIC AND 
HYPERBOREAN LANGUAGES 

Tunguzic 

Includes Tungus proper, Lamut, Manchu 

Mongolic 

Includes Kalmuk, Buryat 

Turkic 

Includes Yakut, Uryanhay (Uigur), Kirghiz, Nogay, Turkmen, 
Chuvash 

Turkish Proper (Osmanli) 

May be divided like 420 

Samoyed 

Includes Yurak, Yenisey, Tawgi, Ostyak (Samoyed), Kamas 

For Ostyak (Ugric), see 494.5 

Finno-Ugric 

Includes Obi-Ugric, Vogul, Ostyak (Ugric) Finnic or Volga, 
Mordvinian, Cheremiss, Zyrian or Komi, Votyak or Udmurt, 
Karilian 

494.51 1-. 5 5 may be divided like 420 
Hungarian (Magyar) 



179 



Linguistics 



494-531-496-4 



494.531 
.541 
.545 
.55 
£ 



A 



495 



.1 
.4 
.5 
.6 

.7 

.8 

.91 

.92 

.95 



4% 



.1 



.2 



.3 
.4 



Permian 
Finnish 
Estonian 
Lappish 

Hyperborean (Paleoasiatic) 

Includes Yukaghir, Chukchean, Gilyak, Ainu 

Caucasic Dravidian 

Caucasic (formeriy classified in 499.96) includes Chechenian, 
Circassian, Kartvelian, Georgian, Mingrclian, Laz, Svan 
Dravidian includes Tamil, Malayalam, Kanarcss, Tulu, Ko- 
dagu, Kota, Toda, Telugu, Gond, Kandh 

SINO-TIBETAN, JAPANESE-KOREAN, 

AUSTRO-ASIATIC 

495.1-.95 may be divided like 420 

Chinese 

Tibetan 

Himalayan 

Japanese 

Korean 

Burmese 

Siamese 

Annamese 

Munda 

AFRICAN LANGUAGES 

For Ethiopic languages, see 492.8; Hamitic languages, 493 

Bushman-Hottentot 

Bushman language was formerly classified in 496.2 

It is recommended that Bushman language be classified in 

496.1 

Bantu 

Guinean 



I 



496.5-497.8 



Decimal Classification 



180 



181 



Linguistics 



498-499.96 



496.5 
497 



.1 
.15 

2 



.3 



A 



3 



.6 



.8 



Sudanese 

NORTH AMERICAN LANGUAGES 

Based on G. L. Trager A bibliographic classification system 
for linguistics and languages Studies in Linguistics, v. 3 1945 

Eskimoan 
Aleutian 

Na-Dene: Haida, Dene 

Includes Tlingit; Athabascan (Athapascan ) ; Chipewyan, 
Apachean, Navaho, Chiricahua, Mcscalcro, Jicarilla, Kiowa 
Apache 

Algonkian-Mosan: Algonkian-Ritwan, Beothuk, Kutenai, 
Mosan 

Includes Mikniak, Abnaki, Delaware, Natick, Cree, Wiyot, 
Nootka, Kwakiutl, Salish, Kalispel 

Macro-Penutian: Penutian, Azteco-Tanoan, Tunican, 
Mayoid, Totonac 

Includes Coos, Tsimshian, Mixc, Sahaptian, Nez Perce, Sho- 
shoni, Nahuatl, Taos, Maya, Yucatec, Pokonchi, Chinook, 
Klamath, Pima Alto (Papago, Piato, Himeri) 

Hokan-Siouan: Hokan-Coachuiltecan, Yukian, Keresan, 
Iroquois-Caddoan, Siouan-Muskogean 

Includes Yuman, Huron, Mohawk, Seneca, Cherokee, Dakota, 
Santee, Taensa, Old and New Creek (Muskogee), Timukian, 
Choctaw (New) 

Maero-Otomanguean: Otomanguean, Mixtecan, Zapoteean, 
Chinantecan 

Includes Otomi, Mazahua, Popoloca, Chocho, Mazatec, 
Chorotegan, Chiapanec, Mixtec, Chatino 

Tarascan 

Miskito-Matagalpan: Miskito (Mosquito), Suman, 
Matagalpan 

Includes Mam (Miskito), Ulva, Tawahkan, Pananiakan, Ku, 
Bambana, Baymunana, Cacaopcra 



498 



499 



.1 
.2 



.4 

.5 
.6 
.9 

.96 



SOUTH AMERICAN LANGUAGES 

Includes Chibchan, Kechuan, Aymara, Cunza-Diaguita, Al- 
lentiac, Millcayac, Tucano 

AUSTRONESIAN 

For Austro-Asiatic languages (Annamese, Munda), see 495 

Papuan 

Indonesian 

Includes Malagassy. Philippine languages (Tagalog), Cha- 
morro (Marianas-Saipan), Javanese, Malay 

Polynesian 

Hawaiian, Rapnui (Easter Islands) 

Melanesian Mieronesian (Isolated Islands) 
Australian 

Other Languages 

Includes Basque (formerly classified in 491.69) 

It is recommended that Caucasic Languages be classified 
in 494.8 



500 Pure Science 



For Specific subjects in Pure science, see 510-590, e.g. Inorganic 
chemistry, 546; Atomic physics, 539; Apphed science, 600; Form 
divisions J -9, p. Jv 



182 



510 MATHEMATICS 



510.81 



^5 



511 



A 



512 



.5 



A 



.81 

.82 
.85 
.86 

.88 
.89 

9 



For Form divisions .1-7, .9, see p. Jv; exception in .8 follows: 

Computation Instruments and Machines 

Where interest in computation machines Hcs chiefly with 
electronics, class in 621.34 

Mathematical Tables 

Includes collections, elementary functions 

ARITHMETIC 

Number Theory 

For Algebraic number theory, see S12.81; Analytical number 
theory, S18S 

Mercantile Rules 

Includes interest tables, mensuration 

ALGEBRA 

Includes high school and elementary algebra 

Combinatory Algebra 

Permutations, combinations, partitions 

Abstract Algebra 

Includes determinants, matrices, quantics (theory of forms), 
invariant theory 

Algebraic Number Theory 

Theory of Equations 

Algebraic Theory of Vectors and Quaternions 

Group Theory 

Includes continuous groups, transformations, substitutions 

Invariant Theory 
Special Topics in Algebra 

Includes lattices, rings, ideals 



Problems in Algebra 



183 



513-517-3 



Decimal Classification 



184 



513 



.01 
.1 
.3 
.5 

.8 

.83 



514 
515 
516 



.5 

.7 
.8 
.9 



517 



.1 



.2 



.3 



GEOMETRY 

Inclusive material on plane and solid geometry 
Includes n-dimensional Euclidean synthetic geometry 

For Descriptive geometry, see 51 S; Mechanical drawing, 744 

Foundations and Philosophy of Geometry 
Elementary Plane Euclidean Synthetic Geometry 
Elementary Solid Euclidean Synthetic Geometry 

Advanced Euclidean Synthetic Geometry 

Plane and solid 

Non-Euclidean Geometry 
Combinatorial Topology (Analysis Situs) 

TRIGONOMETRY 
DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY 
EUCLIDEAN ANALYTIC GEOMETRY 

Projective Geometry (Analytic and Synthetic) 

Includes special configurations (curves and surfaces) 

Differential Geometry 

Vectors Tensors Quaternions 

Problems in Geometry 

CALCULUS 

Includes elementary, advanced calculus 

Theory of Functions of Real Variable 

Includes development of number system, theory of sets, trans- 
finite numbers; functional analysis (Hilbcrt space); theory 
of measure 

Series, Products and Other Infinite Expansions 

Includes divergent series, summability methods, orthogonal 
series, F'ouricr series 

Integration and Differentiation 

Includes theory and tables of integrals 



18s 



Pure Science 



517.35-519-8 



517.35 

.36 

.37 
.38 

.4 



•7 



A 



.9 



518 



.1 

.2 
3 

A 

.5 



.1 
.8 



It is recommended that Bessel Functions be classified in 
518.3 

It is recommended that Elliptic Functions be classified in 
518.4 

Integral Equations 
Elementary Differential Equations 
Ordinary and partial 

Calculus of Variations 

Finite Differences 

Includes numerical analysis; nomography and graphical 
methods 

Operational Methods 

Includes Fourier integrals, Fourier and Laplace transforma- 
tions 

Theory of Functions of Complex Variables 

Includes theory of functions of several complex variables and 
special topics in analysis 

Problems in Analysis 

SPECIAL FUNCTIONS 

Gamma Functions 
Legendre Functions 

Bessel Functions 

Formerly classified in 517.35 

Elliptic Functions and Integrals 

Formerly classified in 517.36 

Riemann-zeta Functions and Analytical Theory of Numbers 



519 PROBABILITY 



Philosophical Foundations and History of Probability 

Treatment of Experimental Data 

Includes least squares 



519.9-519-93 



Decimal Classification 



186 



519.9 



.92 
.93 



Mathematical Theory of Statistics 

Where interest in mathematical statistics hes chiefly in sta- 
tistics, class in 311.2 

Design of Experiments 

Mathematical Theory of Sampling 

Includes theory of quality control 



\ 



521 



522 



.1 

.2 
.5 
.6 



523 



.1 



.2 



.3 



.4 



.5 



520 ASTRONOMY 

CELESTIAL DYNAMICS 

Includes theoretical astronomy, orbits, perturbations 

For Law of gravitation, see 530.1; Motions of individual bod- 
ies, S23, 525 

OBSERVATORIES AND INSTRUMENTS 

Includes photometer, spectroscope, bolometer 

Observatories 
Telescopes 
Auxiliary Instruments 

Observational Techniques 

Includes photometry, photography, polarimetry, spectroscopy 

DESCRIPTIVE ASTRONOMY ASTROPHYSICS 

Descriptive astronomy is general description of celestial bodies 
and astronomical laws; Astrophysics deals principally with physi- 
cal and chemical nature of heavenly bodies 
Includes so called "popular astronomy" 

Universe 

Includes structure of galactic system; cosmogony: theory of 
origin and evolution of parts of universe (formerly classified in 
113) 

Solar System 

Includes motions of solar system; constitution of planetary 
system 

Moon 

Includes motion, surface features (atmosphere, craters), size, 
heat, light, eclipses, physical condition 

Planets 

Distance, motions, physical condition 

Meteors and Zodiacal Light 

Includes meteorites 

187 



523.6-525-5 



Decimal Classification 



188 



523.6 



.7 



.72 



Comets 

Orbits, physical constitution, remarkable comets 

Sun 

Includes dimensions, motions, internal constitution 

Heat and Light 

Includes solar radiation 



.74 


Physical Appearance 


.77 


Spectrum 


.78 


Eclipses 


.8 


Stars 




Includes physical constitution 


.81 


Stellar Parallax Distance 


.82 


Heat and Light Magnitudes 


.83 


Proper Motions Radial Velocity 


.84 


Variable, Double, Multiple Stars 




Includes novae 


^5 


Clusters 


^7 


Spectrum 


.89 


Constellations Maps Catalogs 



524 



525 



.1 



3 
.5 



It is recommended that ASTRONOMICAL MAPS 

AND TABLES be classified with specific subjects, e.g. 

MAPS OF STARS, 523.89; OBSERVATORY 

PUBLICATIONS, 522.1 

EARTH 

Constants 

Mass, weight, density, distance from sun, parallax, shape, di- 
mensions 

For Determination of size and shape of the earth, see 526. J 

Orbits and Motions 
Seasons 



189 



525.6 



.69 



Pure Science 



525.6-526.4 



Tides 

Includes mathematical theory 

Tide Tables 



526 



.1 



.2 

.3 

31 

33 



.36 



38 



A 



GEODESY 

Science of measuring portions of earth's surface by triangulation 
and astronomical observations; determination of magnitude and 
figure of the earth 

Determination of Properties, Size and Shape 

Includes determination of gcoid by deflections of the vertical, 
of spheroid by geodetic-astronomic method of flattening by 
gravity measurements, astronomic methods 

For Jsostasy, see SSLIS 

Geodetic Work Completed or Projected 

Includes lists of geodetic data, operations in various countries 

Geodetic Surveying 

Reconnaissance Surveys 

Triangulation 

Includes base and precise traverse measurements, angle 
measurements, triangulation computation and adjustment 
(formerly classified in 526.4) 

Precise Spirit Leveling 

Includes instruments, field methods; orthometric and dy- 
namic theory; computation and adjustment of observations; 
general questions of mean sea level 

Trigonometrical Leveling 

Geodetic refraction 

Zenith distances (obscr\^ations, calculations and adjustment) 

It is recommended that Computation of Triangulation be 
classified in 526.33 



526.6-527 



Decimal Classification 



190 



526.6 



.7 



A 



.9 



.91 

.92 
.98 



.99 



527 



Geodetic and Positional Astronomy 

Includes application of spherical astronomy to geodesy result- 
ing in geodetic latitude, longitude, azimuth; considerations in 
accurate measurement of positions of bodies or points on 
celestial sphere (relative deflections of the vertical, topographic 
and isostatic reductions, Laplace stations and their use in 
triangulation) 

For Astronomical latitude, longitude, azimuth, see 527 

Physical Geodesy 

Study of gravity and gra\ itation; determination of intensity of 

gravity 

Includes methods, instruments 

Cartography 

Compilation, drafting, editing of maps and charts; map repro- 
duction 

For Military sketching, map making and reading, see 623.71 

Surveying 

Obtaining data for maps 

For Geodetic sunwing, see 526.3 

Plane Surveying 

Includes instruments, methods 

Boundary Surveying 

Topographic Surveying 

Use of contours or comparable symbols on maps to show 
physical features, e.g. mountains, valleys, plains 
Includes photogrammetric methods (field methods and in- 
struments, office methods and plotting instruments) 

For Military photogrammetry, see 623.7J 
Hydrographic Surveying 

CELESTIAL NAVIGATION 

Determining position of ship from obscr\ations of heavenly 

bodies 

Includes astronomical latitude, longitude, azinnith 

For Air navigation, see 629.125; Navigation, 623.89 



191 



Pure Science 



528-529.7 



528 



529 



.2 

3 

A 
3 

J 



NAUTICAL ALMANACS AND EPHEMERIDES 

For Air almanacs, see 619.12S 

MEASUREMENT OF TIME 

Includes sidereal and solar day 

Intervals of Time 

Includes eras, kinds of years, months, v^^eeks, decades 

Calendars 

Includes ancient and non-Christian calendars 

Christian Calendars 
Projected Reform of Calendar 

Determination of Time 

Includes methods, time systems and standards, instruments 
(dials, hourglasses, clocks, watches) 

For Construction and repair oi time measuring instruments, 
see 68 J. J 



530 PHYSICS 



530.1 



531 



.2 



3 



.5 



532 



.2 



.5 



533 



.1 



Theory of Physics 

Includes statistical mechanics, wave mechanics, quantum me- 
chanics, relativity, gravity (formerly classified in 531.5) 

For Theory ot thermodvnamics and statistical mechanics, 
see 536.1 

MECHANICS OF SOLIDS 

For Thermodynamic properties oi solids, see 536.43 

Rigid Bodies 

Includes graphic statics, static equilibrium, kinematics of 
mechanisms, dynamics of point masses, velocity, acceleration, 
acceleration of gravity, translation and rotation of rigid bodies 

Elastic Bodies 

Includes stress and strain distribution, elastic instability, vi- 
bration, impact 

For Engineering properties ot materials, see 620.11 
It is recommended that Gravity be classified in 530.1 

MECHANICS OF LIQUIDS 

Use as comprehensive number for Mechanics of fluids (liquids 

and gases) 

For Thermodynamic properties oi liquids, see S36A2 

Hydrostatics 

Includes pressure, buoyancy 

Hydrodynamics 

Includes flow in pipes and channels, water waves, cavitation, 
liquid lubrication 

MECHANICS OF GASES 

Includes Kinetic theory of gases 
For Meteorology, see 55J.5 

Properties of Gases 

For Thermodynamic properties of gases, see S36A4 

192 



193 



Pure Science 



533.12-535-5 



533.12 



.13 



•6 



534 



.1 

.2 



.4 



.5 



535 



.1 
.2 
3 



.5 



Equilibrium Properties of Gases and Vapors 

Compressibility, vapor pressure 

Transport Properties of Gases 

Includes viscosity, diffusion 

Aerodynamics 

For Aerodynamics of flight, see 629. J 23 

SOUND 

Includes acoustics 

For Architectural acoustics, see 729.2 

Generation of Sound Waves 

Propagation of Sound Waves 

Includes diffraction, transmission, and absorption of sound 
waves in continuous media 

For Sound \'eJocity in gases, see Mechanics of gases, 533 

Measurements of Sound Waves 

Includes measurement of frequency and intensity 

Ultrasonics 

Includes generation of sound waxes above audible range, their 
use in determining properties of material 

For Engineering properties of materials, see 620. J I 

OPTICS 

Includes light, infra-red and ultra-violet radiation 
For Electron optics^ see 537.1 

Theoretical Optics 
Physical Optics 

Geometrical Optics 

Includes refraction and reflection, design of optical instruments 

For Use oi optical instruments, see 535.8 
It is recommended that Polariscope be classified in 535,8 



^ 



I 

I 

' f' 

4 



535.6-536.5 



Decimal Classification 



194 



195 



Pure Science 



536.56-537.4 



i -1 






t 






% 



':<" 
''I 






■■\' I 



ir 



535.6 



.65 



.66 



.8 



.89 



536 



.1 



.2 



;f 



.4 

.42 
.43 
.44 
.5 



Physiological Optics 

Includes light values, vision, color 

For Physiology oi the eye, see 6 J 2.8; Optometry, 6 J 7.7 

Luminescence 

Includes fluorescence, phosphorescence 
For Fluorescent hghting, see 62132 

X-rays 

For Application, see subject, e.g. Roentgen rays in medical 
diagnosis, 616.07; Radiographic testing, 620.112; X-ray de- 
termination of crystal structure of matter, 548.83 

Applications of optics 

Includes use of lens, microscope, telescope, spectroscope, po- 
lariscope (formerly classified in 535.5) 

For Specific apphcation, see speciEc number, e.g. Interpre- 
tation of line spectra, 539.8; Interpretation of band spectra, 
539. J; Spectroscopic analysis in Analytical chemistry, 544 
and 545 A 

Experimental Optical Techniques 

Includes methods of producing and measuring optical phe- 
nomena and properties, transmittance 

HEAT 

Theory of Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics 

For Chemical thermodynamics, see 54J .36; Engineering ther- 
modynamics, 621.01 

Transmission of Heat 

Conduction, convection, radiation 

For Chemical engineering including heat transfer, see 660.28 

Thermodynamic Properties of Matter 

Liquids 

Solids 

Gases 
Temperature and Temperature Measurements 



536.56 Cryogenics 

Production of very low temperature; properties of matter at 
very low temperatures 

For Superconductivity, see 53722 

.57 High Temperatures 

Combustion, explosion 

For Fuel technology, see 662.6; Explosives, 662.2; Heat- 
ing systems, 697 

.6 Calorimetry 

537 ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM 

Magnetism was formerly classified in 538 

For Atmospheric electricity, see 55J.56; Terrestrial magnetism, 
551.16; Electric measurements, 621.37 

.1 Theoretical Electricity and Magnetism 

Includes electron optics 

.12 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves 

Electromagnetism was formerly classified in 538.3 
Includes microwaves, wave guides 

For Microwave spectroscopy, see 539.1 

.2 Electrical Properties of Matter 

For Engineering properties of materials, see 620.11 

.22 Dielectrics 

Includes capacitor (condenser), electric dipole moments, 
conductivity, superconductivity, semiconductors 

For Dielectric constants in chemistry, see 541.8; Dipole 
moments in chemistry, 541.8 

.3 Magnetic Properties of Matter 

For Engineering properties of materials, see 620.11 

A It is recommended that Atmospheric Electricity be classified 

in 551.56 



537-5-539-752 



Decimal Classification 



196 



537.5 



.53 
.54 
.55 



538 



539 



.1 



.2 



.1 
.11 



nil 
.73 

.74 

.75 

.752 



Physical Electronics 

Includes electronic theory, thermionics 

Yox Electronics and electron tubes, see 62134 

Electric Discharge in Cases 
Photo-electric Effects 
Piezoelectric Effects 

Includes piezoelectric crystals 

It is recommended that MAGNETISM be classified with 
ELECTRICITY in 537; except TERRESTRIAL 

MAGNETISM, 55L16 

MOLECULAR, NUCLEAR, ATOMIC PHYSICS 

Molecular Structure 

Includes Raman effect, band spectra, rotational and vibra- 
tional spectra, microwave spectroscopy 

For Molecular structure in chemistry ^ see 541.22 

Physics of Solids 

Constitution, structure, energy states 

For Mechanics of solidSy see 53 J; Thermodynamic proper- 
ties oi solids, 536.43; Chenn'cal structure oi matter, 5412 

Nuclear Physics 
Fundamental Radiations 

Includes electrons, neutrons, mesons, protons, photons, al- 
pha, beta and gamma rays, positrons, neutrino 

Cosmic Rays 

Particle Accelerators 

Includes cyclotron, betatron 

Nuclear Structiu'e and Properties 

Includes isotopes, mass spectrometry, tables of constants 

Nuclear Reactions 

Radioactivity 

Natural Artificial 

For Radiation chemistTy, see 541.23; Radioactive tracer 
techniques in analytical chemistryy 545.82 



197 



Pure Science 



539.753 
.76 

.77 



A 



539-753-539'8 



Transmutations 

Nuclear energy 

^'Atomic energy" 

Experimental Techniques and Instrumentation 

Includes particle detectors: ionization chambers, counter 
tubes (Geiger-Miiller), expansion chambers (cloud cham- 
bers), electrometers, photographic emulsions; special cir- 
cuits; amplifiers 

For Particle accelerators, see 539.73 

Atomic Structure 

Includes line spectra, atomic energy levels, ionization poten- 
tials 



540 CHEMISTRY 



For Biochemistry y see 574.19; Legal chemistry or forensic ballistics, 
364.12; Chemical engineerings 660.28 

541 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 

Laws and theories of chemical reactions and their accompanying 
physical changes; structure and properties of matter as affected by 
chemical constitution; chemical effects of radiation and heat on 
chemical substances 

.2 Chemical Structure of Matter 

.22 Molecular and Crystal Structure 

For Atomic and molecular physics^ see 539; Crystallography 
of minerals, 548 

.23 Radiation Chemistry Isotopes Tracer Chemistry 

For Nuclear physics, see 539; Radioactive tracer techniques 
in Analytical chemistry, 545.82 

.3 Kinetic Theory of Chemical Change 

Chemical and physical processes in relation to atomic and 
molecular structure 

.34 It is recommended that Theory of Solutions be classified 

in 54L37 

.35 Photochemistry 

For Preparation and use of chemical materials used in pho- 
tography, see 771.5 

.36 Chemical Thermodynamics 

Includes thermochemistry and calorimetry; phase rule and 
its applications 

.37 Electrochemistry and Theory of Solutions 

Theory of solutions was formerly classified in 541.34 
Includes magnetochemistry 

For Industrial electrochemistry, see 660.29; Electrochem- 
ical methods in analytical chemistry, 545.3 

.371 Theoretical Electrochemistry 

.372 Theory of Electrolytic Solutions 

198 



199 



Pure Science 



541-373-543-5 



541.373 



.374 



.375 



.8 



542 



CoUigative Properties of Solutions and Theory of Non- 
electrolytic Solutions 

Includes ideal solutions, cbulliometry, cryometry, osmotic 
pressure, vapor pressure lowering, theories of solubility; 
ionic equilibria including hydrogen ion and pH 

Specific Properties of Solutions 

Includes viscosity, surface tension (formerly classified in 
541.341); index of refraction, density, optical rotation, 
polarimetry 

Colloid Chemistry and Surface Phenomena 

Colloid chemistry was formerly classified in 541.3452 
Includes adsorption 

Special Subjects in Physical Chemistry 

Includes dielectric constants and dipole moments 

APPARATUS AND EQUIPMENT FOR 

CHEMICAL LABORATORIES 

For Equipnjent used in specific operations, see applications, e.g. 
Analytical chemistry applications, 543-545 



543 



.01 

.1 

.12 



.13 

.4 

.5 



543-545 ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY 

ANALYSIS 

Comprehensive works covering both qualitative and quantitative 

analysis 

Includes laboratory apparatus and equipment divided by type of 

material analyzed, or substance takes precedence over process 

Analysis of Pure and Reagent Chemicals 
Analysis of Food and Drink 

Dairy Products 

Where interest in Analysis of dairy products lies chiefly with 
Dairy industry, class in 637.12, ,2, .3 

Water 
Analysis of Drugs and Medicinals, Cosmetics 
Analysis of Insecticides and Poisons 



543-6-546 



Decimal Classification 



200 



543.6 
.7 



It is recommended that Analysis of Minerals be classified 
in 549.13; of Metallurgical Products, 669.016 

Analysis of Other Inorganic Products 

Analysis of Other Organic Products 

For Analysis and identification of organic compounds, see 

S47.8 



544 



QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS 

Includes bead analysis, dry method, blowpiping, capillary analy- 
sis, flame coloration, gas analysis, microscopical examinations, 
spectrochemical analysis, spectroscopic analysis 



545 



.3 

.4 
.5 

.7 

A 



.82 



QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS 

Includes gravimetric and volumetric analysis, microanalysis 

Electrochemical Methods 

Includes polar ographic, potentiometric, conductiometric 

Spectroscopic Analysis 
Titrometric Methods in General 

Gas Analysis 

Eudiomctric methods 

Other Methods of Quantitative Analysis 

Includes colorimetric, photometric. X-ray, chromatographic, 
polarimetric, mass spectrometric 

Radioactive Tracer Techniques 



546 



INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 

Includes elements and their inorganic compounds; preparation, 
properties, structure 

FoT Detection, deternn'nation, identification of elements and 
their compounds, see 543 



201 



Pure Science 



546.1-546.3 



.1 

.12 



.17 



.18 
.19 
2 



.25 
.27 
.28 



.29 



.3 



546.1-546.9 ELEMENTS 

Compounds may be chssiGed in the 
group to which the first element 
oi which it is composed belongs 

Hydrogen 

Halogen Group 

Includes fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine, astatine 

Phosphorus Group 

Includes nitrogen, phosphorus (formerly classified in .18), ar- 
senic (formerly classified in .19), antimony (formerly classi- 
fied in .86), bismuth (formerly classified in .87) 

It is recommended that Phosphorus be classified in .17 
It is recommended that Arsenic be classified in .17 

Sulfur Group 

Includes oxygen, sulfur, selenium, tellurium, polonium (for- 
merly classified in .892) 

It is recommended that Carbon be classified in .28 
It is recommended that Boron be classified in .66 

Silicon Group 

Includes carbon (formerly classified in .25), silicon, titanium 
(formerly classified in .82), zirconium (formerly classified in 
.83), hafnium (formerly classified in .832) 

Rare Gases 

Includes helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon, radon 

Alkali Group 

Includes lithium, sodium, potassium, rubidium, caesium, 
francium 



546.4-546-71 



Decimal ClassiEcation 



202 



20^ 



Pure Science 



546.75-547.7 



546.4 



.5 



.55 
.56 



.58 



.6 



.66 



.7 



.71 



Alkaline Earths Group 

Includes beryllium, magnesium, calcium, strontium, barium, 
radium 

It is recommended that Zinc, Cadmium be classified in .58 
For Radioactive elements, see .6 

Germanium Group 

Includes germanium (formerly classified in .695), tin (for- 
merly classified in .8), lead 

It is recommended that Thallium be classified in .66 

It is recommended that Silver be classified in 546.56 

Copper Group 

Includes copper, silver (formerly classified in .55), gold (for- 
merly classified in .91) 

Zinc Group 

Includes zinc (formerly classified in .47), cadmium (formerly 
classified in .48), mercury 

Scandium, Yttrium and Rare Earths 

Use for comprehensive material on radioactive elements 
Includes scandium, yttrium, lanthanide series or rare earths 
(lanthanum, cerium, praeseodymium, neodymium, promc- 
thcum, samarium, europium, gadolinium, terbium, dysprosium, 
holmium, erbium, thulium, ytterbium, lutecium); actinide 
series or transradium or transuranic elements [actinium (for- 
merly classified in .84), thorium (formerly classified in .84), 
protoactinium, uranium (formerly classified in .79), neptu- 
nium, plutonium, americium, curium, berkelium, californium] 

It is recommended that Germanium be classified in .5 

Aluminum Group 

Includes boron (formerly classified in .27) , aluminum, gallium, 
indium, thallium (formerly classified in .52) 

Iron Group 

Includes iron, cobalt, nickel 

Manganese Group 

Includes manganese, technetium, rhenium 



546.75 



A 



.9 



547 



.01 
.012 

.013 



.1 

2 



3 
A 
.5 
JS 

.7 



Chromium Group 

Includes chromium, molybdenum, tungsten 

It is recommended that Uranium be classified in .6 

Vanadium Group 

Includes vanadium, columbium, tantalum 

It is recommended that Antimony and bismuth be classified 
in .17; Polonium in .2; Tin in .5; Titanium, Zirconium, 
Hafnium in .28; Thorium and actinium in .6 

Platinum Group 

Includes ruthenium, rhodium, palladium, osmium, iridium, 
platinum 

It is recommended that Gold be classified in 546.56 

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 

Includes preparation and properties of carbon compounds 

Methods and Techniques 

Analysis and Identification of Carbon Compounds 

For Analysis of materials and products, see S43-54S 

Preparations and Reactions 

Includes named reactions, reactions with specific reagents, 
general types of reactions (oxidation, reduction including 
hydrogenation), condensation, polymerization 

It is recommended that Cyanogen be classified in 547.8 

Hydrocarbons and Oxygen Derivatives 

May be arranged alphabetically, e.g. acids (formerly .7); alco- 
hols (formerly .3); aldehydes (formerly .5); ethers (formerly 
.4); hydrocarbons, e.g. acetylenes, aromatic (anthracene, ben- 
zene, naphthalene), cycloparaffins, diolefins, olefins (ethyl- 
ene), paraffins (methane); ketones (formerly .6) 

t is recommended that Alcohols be classified in 547.2 
[t is recommended that Ethers be classified in 547.2 
t is recommended that Aldehydes be classified in 547.2 
t is recommended that Ketones be classified in 547.2 
^t is recommended that Acids be classified in 547.2 



547-8-548.5 



Decimal Classification 



204 



547.8 



.9 



.92 



Organic Compounds of Individual Elements and Groups of 
Elements 

May be arranged alphabetically, e.g. bromine, chlorine, cyano- 
gen (formerly .1), fluorine, iodine, magnesium, mercury, nitro- 
gen (amides, amines, azo compounds), silicon (silicones), 

sulfur 

Compounds of metals, e.g. mercury, sulfur, were formerly 

classified in .9 

It is recommended that Organic Compounds of Metals be 

classified in .8 

Special Fields of Organic Chemistry 

Carbohydrates (sugars, e.g. mono-, di-, and trisaccharides and 
their derivatives; Polysaccharides, e.g. starch, glycogen, pento- 
sans, dextrans, cellulose, pectin, plant gums, mucilages and 
their derivatives, glucosides); Dyes and related products; Fats, 
fatty acids, glycerol; High polymers; Medicinal products (alka- 
loids, antibiotics, hormones, auxins, vitamins; sterols and re- 
lated compounds); Petroleum; Proteins and related compounds 
(amino acids, nucleic acids); Rubber; Synthetic resins; Mis- 
cellaneous plant and animal products (pigments, resins, ter- 
penes, essential oils) 



548 



.1 



3 



.5 



CRYSTALLOGRAPHY 

Study of nature of crystals (mineral or non-mineral; their origin, 
internal structure, external forms 

For Study oi form and properties ot minerals, see 549; oi 
metals, 669.016 

Symmetry and Crystal Systems 

External form of crystals 

Chemical Crystallography 

Includes isomorphism and polymorphism 

It is recommended that Cleavage be classified in 548.84 

Crystallization 

Process by which crystals and crystalline bodies are formed 

For Crystal structure, see 548.8 



20^ 



Pure Science 



548.7-549-14 



548.7 



.8 



.83 



.84 



.85 



.9 



549 



.1 

.12 



.13 



.14 



Mathematical Crystallography 

Includes measurement of interfacial crystal angles 

Physical Properties of Crystals 

Includes structure of crystals: orderly arrangement of atoms 
in three dimensional pattern (lattice) within crystal 

X-ray Crystallography 

Study of crystal structure by X-ray diffraction 

Mechanical Properties of Crystals 

Includes elasticity, tenacity, cohesion, fracture, hardness, 
density, cleavage (formerly classified in 548.3) 

Electrical, Thermal and Magnetic Properties of Crystals 

Includes conductivity, thermoelectrical and pyroelectrical 
properties 

Optical Crystallography 

Optical properties of crystals 

MINERALOGY 

Science which describes, classifies, correlates different mineral 
species 

For Use of Minerals, see Economic geology, 553 

Physical, Chemical and Determinative Mineralogy 

Physical Mineralogy 

Study of physical properties of minerals, e.g. cohesive (cleav- 
age, elasticity, hardness), electrical, magnetic, thermal, op- 
tical properties 

Chemical Mineralogy 

Study of chemical nature of minerals and methods of test- 
ing for elements commonly found in minerals 

Determinative Mineralogy 

Methods used for distinguishing metals 

Includes determinative tables which rely upon chemical and 

physical tests 



549-2-549-6 



Decimal Classification 



206 



549.2-549.8 DESCRIPTIVE MINERALOGY 

Description and ckssiEcation of minerals based on 
chemical composition and isomorphous relations 
Includes crystal system, crystallography, physical 
character, chemical composition, occurrence, local- 
ities oi each mineral 

For Families, groups, species of minerals, see a mineral 
classification, e.g. Dana's System of Mineralogy 

,2 Elements 

Includes metals, semi-metals, non-metals, e.g. gold, platinum, 
antimony, sulfur 

.3 Sulfides 

Combinations of various metals with sulfur, more rarely with 
selenium, tellurium, arsenic, antimony, e.g. galena, cinnabar, 

marcasite 

Includes sulfo salts: minerals composed of lead, copper or 
silver in combination with sulfur and antimony, arsenic or 
bismuth, e.g. enargite 

A Halides 

Compounds of metals with halogen elements 

Includes natural chlorides, fluorides, bromides, iodides, e.g. 

halite, fluorite 



.5 



JS 



Oxides 

Metals in combination with oxygen 

Includes anhydrous oxides, e.g. hematite, magnetite, chromite, 

cassiterite; hydrous oxides, e.g. diaspore, bauxite 

Silicates 

Combination of various elements (sodium, potassium, calcium, 
magnesium, aluminum, iron) with silicon and oxygen, e.g. 
quartz, opal, leucite, talc, amphiboles, tourmaline, beryl, gar- 
net, topaz 



20J 



549.7 



.8 



.9 



Pure Science 



549-7-549-9 



Minerals Containing Other Oxygen Compounds 

Includes carbonates, nitrates, borates, phosphates, arsenates, 
vanadates, sulfates, chromates, tungstates, molybdates, ura- 
nates 

Organic 

Includes amber, asphaltum, hgnite, coal 

Geographic Distribution of Minerals 



550 EARTH SCIENCES 



Comprehensive geology or science of the earth 
Includes study of all earth materials, forces, processes 

For Astronomy, see 520 

551 PHYSICAL AND DYNAMIC GEOLOGY 

Causes and processes of geological change 
Includes geophysics, geochemistry 

.1 Descriptive Geology 

Structure of earth as a whole 

.15 Conditions within the earth 

Includes isostasy 

.16 Terrestrial Magnetism 

Formerly classified in 538.7 

For Atmospheric ekctncityy see 551. 56 

JZ Diastrophism 

Movements of earth's crust 

.21 Volcanism 

Includes volcanic structures, materials (magma, lava), erup- 
tions; craters; cones 

.22 Seismology 

Science of earthquakes 

Includes seismographic observations, instruments 

.3 Gradation 

Natural transference of solid material from one part of earth's 
surface to another 

Includes degradation or tearing down and removal of land 
materials, e.g. erosion; aggradation or construction of new 
land surfaces, e.g. deposition, sedimentation 

.31 Gradation Work of Ice 

Includes glaciers, glaciation 

.35 Gradation Work of Water 

Includes work of underground and running water 

208 



209 



Pure Science 



551-37-551-5 



551.37 



A 



.41 



.42 



.43 



.44 



.45 



.46 



.48 



.49 



.5 



Gradation Work of Atmosphere 

Includes weathering, wind work 

Physiography 

Study of earth's surface features 

Includes geomorphology, study of origin and development of 

topographic features 

For Geography, see 9 JO 

Continents 

Includes continental shelves 

Islands 

Includes coral reefs (formerly classified in 551.96) 

Mountains and Orology 

Science of mountains 

Includes mountain ranges, plateaus, valleys 

Caves and Speleology 

Study, exploration, description of caves 
Includes grottoes 

Plains 

Includes prairies and deserts (formerly classified in 551.58) 

Oceans and Oceanography 

Study of ocean and its phenomena 
Includes submarine topography 

For Marine plants, see 58 J. 92; Marine animals, 591.9 

Inland Waters 

Includes lakes, rivers, waterfalls 

Underground Waters and Hydrology 

Phenomena, properties, laws, distribution of earth's water 
Includes springs, wells 

Meteorology 

Science of earth's atmosphere and its physical processes 
Includes atmospheric composition, structure 

For Medical climatology and meteorology, see 6 J 6.98 



551.51-551-6 



Decimal Classification 



210 



551.51 



.52 



.54 



.55 



.56 



.57 

.572 
.573 

.58 

.59 
.591 



Circulation of Atmosphere 

Includes air currents; wind systems, e.g. trade winds, pre- 
vailing westerlies, monsoons 

Atmospheric Temperature 

Heating and cooling of atmosphere 

Includes seasonal temperature changes, measurement ot 

temperature 

For Solar radiation, see 523.72 

Atmospheric Pressure 

Includes barometry, determination of atmospheric pressure 

Storms 

Includes cyclones, tornadoes, thunderstorms, hurricanes, 

typhoons 

Atmospheric Electricity 

Formerly classified in 537.4 

For Terrestrial magnetism, see 551.16 

Atmospheric Moisture 

Moisture content or humidity 

Condensation and Evaporation 

Includes clouds, fog; drought 

Precipitation 

Includes rain, snow, hail, sleet, dew, frost 

It is recommended that Prairies and Deserts be classified 
in 551.45 

Climatology 

Weather 

Includes observation, collection of data, instruments, fore- 
casting 



It is recommended that Metamorphism be classified in 552.4 



211 



Pure Science 



551-7-553 



551.7 



.71 

.72 
.76 

.78 
.8 



.9 



.96 



552 



.1 



.4 



553 



Historical Geology 

Chronological account of events in earth's history 
Includes stratigraphy, relations and succession of rock strata 

Precambrian Eras 

Includes Archeozoic, Proterozoic eras 

Paleozoic Era 
Mesozoic Era 
Cenozoic Era 

Structural Geology 

Form and position of rocks 
Includes joints, tilts, faults, folds 

It is recommended that Agents of Geologic Work be classi- 
fied with Geologic Processes, e.g. Gradation Work of Water, 
551.35 

It is recommended that Coral Reefs be classified in 551.42 

PETROLOGY 

Origin, occurrence, classification of rocks 

Igneous Rocks 

Rocks formed by cooling and consolidation of molten matter 

Metamorphic Rocks 

Rocks that have been changed either in form or composition 

without disintegration 

Includes metamorphism (formerly classified in 551.6) 

Sedimentary Rocks 

Rocks composed of fragments of other rocks deposited either 
above or below sea level 

ECONOMIC AND APPLIED GEOLOGY 

Occurrence, origin, distribution of geologic materials that are 
valuable to man 
Includes prospecting 

For Geology applied to specific fields, see fields, e.g. Mining 
engineering, 622 



553-1-555 



Decimal Classification 



212 



553.1 



.28 

3 
.4 



.7 



.9 



Ore Deposits 

Formation, structure, classification of ores 
Includes placer deposits, mineral veins, pegmatites 

Mineral Fuel Deposits 

Includes deposits of peat, lignite, coal 

Petroleum Geology 

Includes natural gas deposits 

Ferrous Ore Deposits 

Nonferrous Ore Deposits 

Includes deposits of copper, gold and silver, zinc and lead, 
nickel, platinum, chromium, tin and tungsten, mercury, an- 
timony, aluminum and bauxite, manganese, molybdenum, 
arsenic, bismuth, cobalt, cadmium, selenium and tellurium, 
radium and uranium, vanadium, titanium, tantalum and co- 
lumbium, zirconium, beryllium 

Building Stone Deposits 

Includes deposits of limestone, marble, sandstone, granite, 
slate 

Earthy Material Deposits 

Includes deposits of clay, sand, gravel, salt, gypsum, diatoma- 
ceous earth 

Mineral Water Deposits 

Gem Deposits 

Deposits of minerals used for ornaments 

Includes precious stones, e.g. diamonds, emeralds, rubies, 

sapphires; semi-precious stones, e.g. garnet, amethyst, topaz, 

turquoise 

Other Economic Mineral Deposits 



213 



Pure Science 



556-559 



554 
555 
556 

557 
558 
559 



554-559 REGIONAL GEOLOGY 

May be divided like 940-999 

GEOLOGY OF EUROPE 

GEOLOGY OF ASIA 

GEOLOGY OF AFRICA 

GEOLOGY OF NORTH AMERICA 

GEOLOGY OF SOUTH AMERICA 

GEOLOGY OF OCEANIA AND POLAR REGIONS 



560 PALEONTOLOGY 



560.17 



.172 
.176 
.178 



561 



.121 



.3 

.4 
•5 



.7 



.9 



Stratigraphic Paleontology 

Study of fossil plants and animals correlated with rock 
formation 

Paleozoic Paleontology 
Mesozoic Paleontology 
Cenozoic Paleontology 

PALEOBOTANY 

Study of plant life of geologic past 

For FossiJ plants discussed from viewpoint oi geologic eras, see 
560,17 

Fossil Spermatophytes 

Includes fossil herbaceous plants, flowering plants, trees, 
shrubs 

For Single species of fossil spermatophytes, see 5613- 
.9; Extant plants, 582-589 

Fossil Angiosperms 

Includes dicotyledons 

Fossil Monocotyledons 

Fossil Gymnosperms 

Includes fossil coniferales (Araucariaceae, Walchia, Voltzia); 
Cordaitales, Ginkgoales, Cycadophytes ( including Pterido- 
sperms, e.g. Alethopteris, Neuropteris, Sphenopteris, Glossop- 
teris, Pecopteris, Caytoniales) 

Fossil Pteridophytes 

Includes Equisetales (Archaeocalamites, Calamites, Schizo- 
neura, Equisetaceae, Sphenophyllales); Filicales (Eufilicinae, 
Glossingia, Marattiales, Hydropteridae); Psilophytales (Psilo- 
phyton, Rhynia, Hornea ) ; Lycopodiales ( Lepidodendron, . 
Sigillaria) 

Fossil Thallophytes 

Includes Phycophyta or algae (Pachytheca, Parka, Characeae); 
Rhodophyta or red algae 

214 



215 



Pure Science 



562-565.7 



562 
563 



.1 



.4 



.5 



.9 



564 



565 



.1 

.3 
.5 

.7 
A 

I 

3 



.4 

£ 

.7 



562-569 PALEOZOOLOGY 

INVERTEBRATE PALEOZOOLOGY 

PROTOZOA, PORIFERA, CNIDARIA, 

ECHINODERMATA 

Includes micropaleontology 

Protozoa 

Includes Radiolaria, Foraminifera 

Porifera (Sponges) 

Includes Silicispongiae and Calcispongiae 

Cnidaria 

Coelenterata in modern sense 

Includes Hydrozoa, Anthozoa or corals, Graptolites 

Echinodermata 

Includes Pelmatozoa, Eleutherozoa 

MOLLUSCA AND MOLLUSCOIDEA 

Pelecypoda 

Lamellibranchia (bivalves) 

Gastropoda (Snails, Slugs) 

Cephalopoda (Squid, Octopus, Nautilus) 

Includes Ammonites, Belemnites 

Bryozoa 
Brachiopoda 

ARTHROPODA 

Crustacea 

Includes Branch iopoda, Ostracoda, Cirripedia, Phyllocarida, 
Isopoda, Decapoda, Eurypterida, Xiphosura, Trilobites 

Arachnida 

Includes Scorpiones, Araneida 

Myriapoda 
Insecta 



566-568.: 



Decimal Classification 



216 



566 
567 



2 
.3 



.4 



568 



.9 
.1 



.2 



VERTEBRATE PALEOZOOLOGY 
FISHES 

Agnatha (Lampreys) 

Chondrichthyes (Sharks and Skate) 

Includes Acanthodii, Pleuracanthodii, Cladoselachii, Elas- 
mobranchii, Holocephali 

Placodermi (Armor-Plated Fish) 

Includes Osteichthyes or bony fishes (Crossopterygii, Chon- 
drostei, Dipnoi) 

Tetrapoda 

Includes Amphibia (Labyrinthodontia, Lepospondyli ) 

Anura (Frogs) 
Urodela 
SAUROPSIDA (REPTILES AND BIRDS) 

Reptilia 

Includes Anapsida (Chelonia, Cotylosauria ) ; Synapsida 
(Pelycosauria, Therapsida); Archosauria (Thecodontia, 
Crocodilia, Pterosauria, Saurischia, Ornithischia) 

Aves 

Includes Archaeornis, Neornithes 



571 



.1 



.2 



.3 
.4 

.7 



.8 



.9 



570 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 

Sciences treating of phenomena of life 
FoT Form divisions .J-.9, see p. Iv 

ARCHEOLOGY 

Study of prehistoric man from collection and investigation of 
antiquities 

Includes rehcs of material, cultural, social life 

For Ancient history, see 930; Antiquities oi specific countries, 
see countries, e.g. Antiquities ot France, 944 

Paleolithic or Old Stone Age 

Hunting and fishing economy 
Includes chipped stone artifacts 

Neolithic or New Stone Age 

Pastoral and agricultural economy 
Includes polished stone artifacts 

Copper and Bronze Age 
Iron Age 

Prehistoric Art 

Includes prehistoric art objects, cave drawings, rock paintings, 
petroglyphs or rock carvings 

For Primitive art, see 709.0J 

Prehistoric Shelter 

Includes cave dwellings, pit dwellings, lake dwellings, tree 
dwellings, cliff dwellings, tent dwellings 

Prehistoric Structures 

Includes mounds, kitchen middens, megoliths, monoliths. 
dolmens, cromlechs 



572 



ANTHROPOLOGY 

Science of man 



For Ethnopsychology, see 136.4 

217 



572-7-574-1 



Decimal ChssiEcation 



218 



572.7 



.8 



.9 



573 



.3 



.6 



.9 



574 



.1 



Cultural or Social Anthropology 

Study of primitive society 

Includes ethnography and ethnology, scientific description 
and analysis of socio-economic systems and cultural heritages 
of peoples of low technological levels 

For Sociology, see 30 J 

Linguistic Anthropology 

Division of peoples by language 
May be divided like 420-499 

Anthropogeography 

Geographic distribution of races 

May be divided like 940-999 
For Human geography, see 9JJ 

PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 

Structural characteristics of man 

Anthropogeny 

Origin and evolution of man 

Anthropometry 

Study of measurements of human body, e.g. stature, cranial 
capacity, head form, frontal index, pigmentation, hair texture, 
blood groups 

For Anthropometry used in crime investigation, see 364.12 
It is recommended that Monstrosities be classified in 61L012 

BIOLOGY 

Science of life and living things 
Includes natural history 

For Botany, see S80; Zoology, 590 

Physiology 

Vital life processes: nutrition, respiration, metabolism, excre- 
tion, circulation, reproduction, ner\'ous and chemical coordina- 
tion 

For Plant physiology, see 58J.I; Animal physiology, S9L1; 
Human physiology, 612 



219 



Pure Science 



574-i9-574'6 



574.19 



.191 



3 



Biochemistry 

Chemistry of vital processes 

Includes chemical constituents of bodies of organisms; 
chemistry of metabolism including food constituents, en- 
zymes, hormones 

For Plant biochemistry, see 581.19; Animal biochemistry, 
59J.J9; Human biochemistry, 6J2.0J5; Apphed nutrition, 
64J.J 

Biophysics 

Physical phenomena of life 

Includes action of physical agents on organisms, e.g. ra- 
diations 

For Plant biophysics, see 58J.J9J; Animal biophysics, 
59]. 191; Human biophysics, 612.017 

Embryology 

Fomiation and development of organisms 

For Plant embryology, see 581.3; Animal embryology, 
59J.33; Human embryologj^ 6JI.0J3 



A 



3 



.6 



Morphology 

Gross structure of living organisms 

For Microscopic structure, sec Histology and cytology, 
574.8; Plant morphoJog}% 58 J. 4; Animal morphology, 591.4; 
Anatomy, 6J] 

Ecology 

Relations of organisms to their environments (formerly classi- 
fied in 575.3) 

Includes adaptation or adjustment to environment (formerly 
classified in 575.4), symbiosis, parasitism 

For Plant ecology, see 58 J. 5; Animal ecology, 591.5; Human 
ecology, 301. 3; Medical parasitology, 6J6.96; Veterinary 
parasitology, 636.0896 

Economic Biology 

FoT Economic botany, see 58 J. 6; Economic zoolog)% 591.6 



574-8-5754 



Decimal Classification 



220 



574.8 



.9 



575 



.01 



.1 



.11 



.12 



2 
.5 
A 



Histology and Cytology 

Microscopic structure of organisms 

Includes tissues and cells (formerly classified in 576.3) 

For Plant histology and cytology, see 581. 8; Animal his- 
tology and cytology, 591. 8; Human histology and cytology, 
611.018 

Biogeography 

Geographic distribution of living organisms 

For Phytogeography, see 58L9; Zoogeography, 591.9; An- 
thropogeography, 572.9 

EVOLUTION 

Development of organisms from earlier and simpler forms 

For Paleontology, see 560.9; Anthropogeny, 573.3 

Theories of Evolution 

Includes Darwinian theory, orthogenesis. Mutation theory, 
Lamarckian theory 

Genetics 

Study of heredity and variation (formerly classified in 575.2) 

It is recommended that Eugenics be classified in 301.323 

For Plant genetics, see 581.15; Animal genetics, 591.15; 
Human genetics, 613.9 

Laws of Heredity 

Includes Mendelian law, chromosome theory 

Hereditary Characteristics 

Inheritance of similar and divergent characters 
Includes genotypes, hereditary units (genes) 

It is recommended that Variation be classified in 575.1 

It is recommended that Ecology be classified in 574.5 

It is recommended that Adaptation be classified in 574.5 



221 



Pure Science 



576-579 



576 



.3 



577 



578 



579 



MICROBIOLOGY 

Study of microscopic organisms and viruses 

Includes origin of life, abiogenesis (spontaneous generation) 

For Bacteriolog)% see 589.9; Mycology, 589.2; Protozoology, 
593.1; Special applications, the subject, e.g. Microbiology of 
soils, 631.46 

Protoplasm 

Living substance 

It Is Recommended That Cytology Be Classified in 574.8 

Viruses 

For Virus diseases, see 616.9 

It is recommended that CHEMICAL PROPERTIES 

OF LIVING MATTER be classified in 574.19; 

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES in 574.191 

BIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES 

Includes keeping and raising of organisms; methods of studying 
morphology (microscopic technique, e.g. preparation of slides, 
biological microphotography), physiology (kymography, tracer 
technique), development, genetics of organisms 

BIOLOGICAL AND NATURAL HISTORY 

COLLECTIONS 

Includes collecting, transporting, preservation, mounting (taxi- 
dermy) of biological specimens; special techniques (preparation 
of skeletons, injections, models); arrangement of museum collec- 
tions 



580 BOTANY 



581 



1 



.11 



.12 



.13 



.14 



,15 



.16 
.17 

.18 
.19 



For Form divisions .1-9, see p. Iv; Paleobotany, 561 
PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY 

Plant Physiology 

Normal functions of plants under ordinary as well as controlled 
environmental conditions 

Circulation 

Movement and absorption of liquid by plants 

Respiration 

Release of energy gained from food 

Metabolism 

Includes nutrition, food making processes (photosynthesis, 
protein synthesis), assimilation, storage, use (for growth, re- 
serves) 

Secretion 

For Enzymes, hormones, vitamins, see 58 J. 1 9 

Plant Genetics 

Includes heredity and variation 
For Abnormahties, see 581.2 

Plant Propagation 

Histogenesis 

Microscopic study of germ cells and related structures 

Nervous Function 

Includes tropisms, nastic, formative and tactic responses 

Plant Biochemistry 

Includes chemical composition and analysis of plant con- 
stituents; plant enzymes, hormones, vitamins 

For Vitamin therapy, see 616 A6; Hormone therapy, 
616.4; Biochemistry, 574.J9 



.191 



Plant Biophysics 



222 



223 



581.2 



.23 



Pure Science 



581.2-581.87 



Plant Pathology 

Plant disease and control 

Includes phytopathology (disease in form or function), tera- 
tology (abnormalities), virus diseases 

Parasitic Diseases 

Includes diseases due to bacteria, fungi, insects 

For Diseases of specific crops, see 633-635; Bacteria, 
589.9; Fungi, 589.2; Insects, 595.7 



.3 



A 



3 



.52 



.6 



Plant Embryology 

Includes germination 

Plant Morphology 

Form and structure of plants 

Includes structure of flower, fruit, seed, stem, root, leaf 

Plant Ecology 

Plant in relation to its surroundings 
Includes plant symbiosis and parasitology 

Relation to Habitat 

Includes soil, light, water and individual plant; mutual 
relationship of plants (succession, zonation); influence of 
physical factors of environment on plant distribution and 
species (Hydrophytes, Mesophytcs, Xcrophytes) 

For Plants in above groups, see 582-589 

Economic Botany 

For Agriculture and plant culture, see 630 



.8 



Plant Histology and Cytology 

Plant tissues and cells 



.87 



Cytology 

Cell structure, function, reproduction 



581.9-582.12 



Decimal Classification 



224 



581.9 



.92 



.93 



Phytogeography 

Includes only general material on geographic distribution of 
plants 

For Specific phnts of certain locality, see plants, e.g. Crypto- 
gams of North America, 586; Cactus ot Southwestern 
United States, 583. 47; General plant liie ot specific locality, 
e.g. Wild flowers ot Northeastern United States, 581.93 

Geographic Distribution of Aquatic Flora 

For Aquatic plants as influenced by physical environment, 
see58L52 

Plants of Specific Countries or Localities 

May be divided like 940-999 

For Specific plants of a locahty, see plant, e.g. Cryptogams 

of North America, 586; Willows of United States, 583.98 



582 



.1 



.12 



582-589 
SYSTEMATIC OR TAXONOMIC BOTANY 

Description and chssidcation of phnts 
Orders and most important hmilies are given 

For Fuller classification, see standard plant classification, e.g. 
Asa Gray 

SYSTEMATIC OR TAXONOMIC BOTANY 

Spermatophytes 

Seed-bearing plants 

Includes Gymnosperms, Angiosperms 

For Plants of an order, family, genera or species, see 583- 
589, e.g. Maple tree, 583.28; of a specific locahty, 581.93; 
Culture, 630; Use in landscape design, 710-719 

Herbaceous Plants 

Seed plants which do not have woody stems 
Includes herbals 

For Specific plants, see 583-589; Culture, 630; Use in 
landscape design, 710-719; Grasses, 584.8 



22^ 



Pure Science 



582.13-583.12 



582.13 



Flowering Plants 

Includes wild flowers 

For Single species of flowering plants or plant families, 
see 583-589; General material on plants of speciEc coun- 
tries or localities, 581.93, e.g. Wild flowers ot United 
States, 58 J. 93 



.16 



Trees 



Includes comprehensive treatment of trees, shrubs, flowering 
plants 

For Culture, see 634.9; Order, family, genera, species of 
tree, 583-588; Use in landscape design, 710-719; Specific 
locality, 581.93 



.17 



Shrubs 

For Culture, see 630; Order, family, genera, species ot shrub, 
583-588; Use in landscape design, 710-719; Specific local- 
ity, 58 J. 93 



583-584 ANGIOSPERMS 
583 DICOTYLEDONS 

•11 Ranunculales 

Includes Nymphaeaceac or water lily family; Myristicaceae 
or nutmeg family; Anonaceac or papaw family; Berberi- 
daceae or barberry family; Ranunculaceae or buttercup 
family (buttercup, columbine, larkspur, marsh, marigold, 
anemone, monk's-hood, peony, clematis); Magnoliaccac or 
magnolia family (magnolia, tulip tree); Lauraceae or laurel 
family (sassafras, cinnamon, camphor) 

Lauraceae was formerly classified in 583.931 

.12 Papaverales 

Includes Papavcraceae or poppy family; Cruciferae or mus- 
tard family (cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, turnip, 
radish, watercress), Capparidaccae or caper family (formerly 
classified in 583.131) 



583.13-5834 



Decimal Classification 



226 



583.13 



.14 
.15 



.16 



.17 



.21 



.27 



.28 



3 



A 



Violales 

Includes Violaceae or violet family; Cistaceae or rock-rose 
family; Passifloraceae or passion-flower family and Loasaceae 
or star flower family (formerly classified in 583.45) 

It is recommended that Caper family be classified in 
583.12 

Polygalaceae 

Caryophyllales 

Includes Caryophyllaceae or pink family; Portulaceae or 
purslane family 

Guttiferales 

Includes Theaceae or tea family 

Malvales 

Includes Malvaceae or mallow family (cotton, hollyhock) 

Geraniales 

Includes Linaceae or flax family 

Rhamnales 

Includes Rhamnaceae or buckthorn family; Vitaceae or 
grape family 

Sapindales 

Includes Sapindaceae or soapberry family; Aceraccae or 
maple family 

Resales 

Includes Leguminosae or pea family (peas, beans, peanuts, 
clover, alfalfa, locust tree, redbuds, lupines, locoweeds, mes- 
quite, palo verde); Rosaceae or rose family (apples, pears, 
hawthorn, strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, peach, plum, 
cherry, bridal wreath), Saxifragaceae 

Myrtales 

Includes Myrtaceac or myrtle family (eucalyptus, evening 
primrose) 

It is recommended that Loasaceae and Passifloraceae be 
classified in 583.13; Cucurbitaceae in 583,57 



22J 



Pure Science 



58347-583.8 



583.47 



.48 



.51 



.55 



.57 



.6 



.67 

.68 

.7 



.76 



.8 



Opuntiales 

Includes Cactaceae or cactus family 

Umbellales 

Includes Umbelliferae or parsley and carrot family 

Rubiales 

Includes Caprifoliaceae or honeysuckle family 

Compositae 

Includes Cichoriaceae or lettuce family; Carduaceae or this- 
tle family; Asteraceae or aster family, Ambrosiaceae or rag- 
weed family; Helianthaceae or sunflower family 

Campanales 

Includes Cucurbitaceae or gourd family (formerly classified in 
583.46) 

For Compositae generally considered in Campanales, see 
583.55 

Ericales 

Includes Ericaceae or heath family (heather, blueberry, cran- 
berry, laurel, arbutus, wintergreen, rhododendron, azalea) 

Primulales 

Includes Primulaceae or primrose family 

Ebenales 

Centianales 

Includes Oleaceae or olive family (olive, jasmine, ash); Gen- 
tianaceae or gentian family; Apocynaceae or dogbane family 
(oleander, periwinkle); Asclepiadaccae or milkweed family 

Polemoniales 

Includes Polemoniaceae or phlox family 

Scrophulariales 

Includes Scrophulariaceae or snap-dragon family (foxglove, 
Indian paintbrush), Verbenaccac or vervain family, Labiatae 
or mint family (rosemary, sage, lavender, thyme, peppermint, 
spearmint) 



583.899-584-15 



Decimal Classification 



228 



583.899 Plantaginales 

Includes Plantaginaceae or plantain family 

.91 Chenopodiales 

Includes Amarantaceae, Chenopodiaceae or goosefoot family 

.917 Polygonales 

Includes Polygonaceae or buckwheat family 

.925 Piperales 

Includes Piperaceae or pepper family; Saururaceae or lizard's- 
tail family 

.93 Proteales 

Includes Proteacea 

It is recommended that Lauraceae be classified in 583.11 

.94 Santalales 

Includes Santalaceae or sandalwood family; Loranthaceae or 
mistletoe family 

.96 Urticales 

Includes Urticaceae or nettle family; Moraceae or mulberry 
family; Ulmaceae or elm family 

.973 Juglandales 

Includes Juglandaceae or walnut family 

.974 Myricales 

Includes Myricaceae or bayberry family 

.976 Fagales 

.98 Salicales 

Includes Salicaceae or willow family 

584 MONOCOTYLEDONS 

.11 It is recommended that Hydrocharitaceae be classified in 

584.7 

.15 Orchidales 

Includes Orchidaceae or orchid family (lady's-slipper, va- 
nilla) 



229 



Pure Science 



584.21-584.9 



584.21 



.22 
.23 



.3 



.32 
.45 

.5 

.61 



.62 
.64 

.7 



.8 



•9 



Scitaminales 

Includes Marantaceae or arrowroot family; Musaceae or ba- 
nana family; Cannaceae or canna family 

It is recommended that Bromeliaceae be classified in 584.3 

Liliales 

Includes Liliaceae or lily family (lily, trillium, onion, dog s- 
tooth violet, asparagus, garlic, leek, yucca), formerly classified 
in 584.32; Haemodoraccae or bloodwort family; Juncaceae or 
rush family (formerly classified in 584.45) 

Xyridales 

Includes Xyridaceae or yellow-eyed grass family; Commeli- 
naceae or spiderwort family; Mayacaceae or mayaca family; 
Bromeliaceae or pineapple family (formerly classified in 
584.22) 

It is recommended that Liliaceae be classified in 584.23 
It is recommended that Juncaceae be classified in 584.23 

Palmales 

Includes Palmaceae or palm family 

Pandanales 

Includes Sparganiaceae or bur-reed family; Typhaceae or cat- 
tail family 

Cyclanthales 
Arales 

Najadales 

Includes Hydrocharitaceae (frog's-bit), formerly classified in 
584.11; Alismaceae (water plantain); Najadaceae (najas) 

Craminales 

Includes Cyperaceae (sedge); Gramineae (grass, e.g. wheat, 
rice, rye, oats, barley, corn, sorghum, sugar cane, bamboo), 
formerly classified in .9 

It is recommended that Gramineae be classified in .8 



585-588 



Decimal Classification 



230 



585 



.1 



1 



n 



.9 



586 



587 



.1 

.2 



3 



.9 



588 



GYMNOSPERMS 

Cnetales 

Includes Gnetaccae 

Coniferales 

Includes Taxodiaceae (redwood); Pinaceae (pine: hemlock, 
spruce, larch, tamarack, fir); Taxaceae (yew) 

Ginkgoales 

Includes Ginkgoaceae (maidenhair tree: ginkgo) 

Cycadales 

Includes Cycadaceae (cycad) 

CRYPTOGAMS 

Seedless plants 

Includes Thallophytes (lichens), Bryophytes (mosses), Pterido- 

phytes (ferns) 

For Order, family, species ot Thallophytes, see 589; Bryo- 
phytes, S88; Pteridophytes, S87 

PTERIDOPHYTES 

Ferns and their allies 

Isoetales 

Equisetales 

Includes Equisetaeeae (horsetail) 

Filicales 

Includes water ferns (Salviniaceae, Marsiliaceae); land ferns 
(Osmundaceae) , Schizaeaceae, Poly pod iaceae, Cytheaceae, 
Hymenophyllaceae 

Lycopodiales 

Club mosses 

Includes Selaginellaceae, Lycopodiaceae (ground pines) 

BRYOPHYTES 

Musci (mosses) Hepaticae (liverworts) 



231 



Pure Science 



588.1-589.23 



.1 



.22 



.3 



589 



.1 



.22 



.23 



588.1-588.2 MUSCI 

Sphagnales 

Peat and bog mosses 

Bryales 

True mosses 

Andreales 

Black, small mosses 

Hepaticae or Liverworts 

Includes Jungermanniales (scale mosses); Anthocerotales 
(hornworts); Marchantiales (great liverworts) 

THALLOPHYTES 

Lichens, fungi, algae, bacteria 

For Orders, family, species ot lichens, see 589.1; Fungi, 589.2; 
Algae, 589.3; Bacteria, 589.9; Effect on crops and control 
632 or speciEc crop 

Lichenes 

Lichens: plants formed by intimate association between algae 

and fungi 

Includes Basidiolichenes, Ascolichenes 

Eumycetes or Mycophyta 

True fungi, e.g. Phycomycetes, Ascomycetes, Basidiomycetes 
Includes mycology 

Basidiomycetes 

Club fungi 

Includes Ustilaginales (smuts); Uredinales (rusts); Tromel- 

lales, Hymenomycetes and Gasteromycetes (fungi) 

Ascomycetes 

Sac fungi 

Includes Saccharomycetales (yeast fungi); Erysiphales (pow- 
dery mildews); Hysterialcs (slit fungi); Phacidiales (little 
cup fungi); Pezizales (cup fungi); Tuberales (truffles or 
tubers); Helvellales; Exoascales (peach leaf curl, plum 
pocket, witches'-broom); Hypocreales; Sphaeriales, Dothi- 
deales (ergot, black rot, black knot); Laboulbeniales (beetle 
fungi); Aspergillialcs (little tubers; aspergillus, pcnicillum) 



589.24-589-7 

589.24 

•25 



Decimal Classification 



232 



.26 



.28 



.29 



3 



.41 



.45 



.47 



.48 



.61 



.62 



.7 



Fungi Imperf ecti 

Phycomycetes 

Algae-like fungi 

Includes Peronosporales (downy mildews) 

Saprolegniales (Water Molds) 

Includes Ancylistales, Monoblephariadaceae 

Mucorales (Black Mold) 

Includes Entomophorales (fly fungi), Chytridales 

Myxomycetes 

Slime molds 

Includes Endosporales and Exosporales 

Phycophyta 

Algae 

Rhodophyta 

Red algae 

Phaeophyta 

Brown algae 

Includes seaweeds (Fucus) and kelps 

Chlorophyta 

Green algae 

Includes Zygncmatales (pond scum) and Desmidiales (des- 

mids), formerly classified in 589.61 

Chrysophyta 

Golden algae 

Includes Heterokontae (yellow-green algae) 

It is recommended that Zignematales and Desmidiales be 

classified in 589.47 

Bacillariales 

Diatoms * 

Includes Centrales and Finales 

Schizophyta 

Fission plants 



233 



589.8 



.9 



.97 



Pure Science 



589.8-589.97 



Myxophyceae or Cyanophyceae 

Blue-green algae 

Schizomycetes 

Bacteria Bacteriology 

Includes Eubacteriales (true bacteria); Actinomycelates, 
Chlamydobacteriales, Theobacteriales, Myxobactenalcs, 
Spirochaetales, Caulobacteriales, Rickettsiales 

For Bacteriology of specific subjects, see subject, e.g. 

Soil bacteriology, 631.4; Yeasts, 589.23; Microbiology, 

576; Medical bacteriology, 616.01 

Phytoflagellatae 

Euglenales 

Includes Euglenaceae, Astaceaceae, Peranemaceae 

It is recommended that Flagellated protozoans be 

classified in 593.16 



590 ZOOLOGY 



591 



.1 

.11 
.12 

.13 



.14 
.15 



.16 



.17 



.179 



.18 



Comprehensive works including systematic and non-systematic zo- 
ology 

For Foim divisions .J -.9, see p. Jv; PaJeozooIogy, 562-569; Con- 
servation of wild life, 333.78 

GENERAL ZOOLOGY 

Non-systematic zoology 

Includes morphology and physiology of animal organisms 

Animal Physiology 

Functions of animal body and its parts 

Circulation 
Respiration 

Metabolism 

Includes nutrition 

For Applied nutrition in animal husbandry, see 636.085 

Secretion and Excretion 

Animal Genetics 

Includes heredity and variation 
For Stock breeding, see 636.082 

Reproduction 

Includes sexual and asexual reproduction 

Gametogenesis 

Formation or maturation of sex cells 

It is recommended that Histogenesis be classified in 
591.8 

It is recommended that Regeneration be classified in 
591.3 

Nervous Functions 

Includes sensations, tropisms 

234 



235 


Pure Science 


591.19-591.49 


591.19 


Animal Biochemistry 




.191 


Animal Biophysics 




.2 


Animal Pathology 

For Veterinary medicine, see 636.089 





.3 



.33 



A 



.41 

.42 
.43 

.44 

.46 

.47 

.48 



Animal Development 

Includes embryonic and postembrj^onic development; meta- 
morphosis: postembr}'onic change from one developmental 
stage to another; regeneration (formerly classified in 591.179) 
and transplantation 

Embryology 

Includes cleavage, formation of germ layers, differentiation 
of organs 

Animal Morphology 

Gross structure of animals 

Includes comparative anatomy, descriptive anatomy (formerly 

classified in 591.7) 

For Microscopic structure oi animals, see Animal histology 
and cytology, 59 J. 8 

Circulatory System 
Respiratory System 
Digestive System 

Glands and Excretory System 

Includes endocrine glands 

Reproductive System 

Muscular, Skeletal, Integumentary Systems 

Nervous System 

Includes sense organs 



.49 



Topographical Anatomy 



59i.5-59i-93-'99 



Decimal Classification 



2^6 



237 



Pure Science 



592-593.5 



591.5 



.51 



.52 



.6 



.7 



A 



•9 



.93-.99 



Animal Ecology 

Animal habits and behavior; their relation to environment and 
to each other 

Includes food; seasonal habits, e.g. hibernation; relation to 
other animals (animal symbiosis, parasitism, commensalism, 
predation); sexual behavior; means of protection (adaptation, 
protective coloration); sound production and other means of 
communication used by animals 

It is recommended that Animal stories be classified in 800 

For Specific parasites, see taxonomic groups 

Instinct 

For Comparative or animal psychology, see J5i.3 

Habitat 

Includes migration 

Economic Zoology 

Useful and injurious animals 

For Animals as injurious factors in crop production, see 
632.6-7 

It is recommended that Descriptive Anatomy be classified in 
591.4 

Animal Histology and Cytology 

Microscopic structure of animals 

Includes animal tissues and cells, histogenesis (formerly classi- 
fied in 591.17) 

Zoogeography 

Includes marine, freshwater, terrestrial animals 

Animals of Specific Countries or Localities 

May be divided like 930-999, e.g. Animals of South Amer- 
ica, 591.98 

FoT Specific animals of certain localities, see speciRc ani- 
mals, e.g. Birds oi North America, 598.2 



592 



593.1 



.11 



.12 
,16 



592-599 SYSTEMATIC OR TAXONOMIC ZOOLOGY 

Description and classification of animals 
Most important phyla, classes, orders arc given 

For fuller classification, use standard list, e.g. Zoological names, a 
list of phyla, classes, and orders prepared for Section F, American 
Association for the Advancement of Science 

INVERTEBRATES 

Animals without backbones 

Protozoa 

Unicellular animals 
Includes protozoology 

Sarcodina 

Protozoa that move by means of pseudopodia 
Includes Rhizopoda (Amoeba) 

Foraminifera 



.17 



.2 



3 
A 

.5 



Mastigophora 

Flagellated protozoans (Trypanosoma) 

For PhytoflageJJatae, see 589.97 

Ciliata 

Protozoa that move by means of cilia (Paramecium, Stentor, 
Balantidium) 

Mesozoa 

Simple multicellular animals (Orthonectida, Dicyemida) 
Formerly radiates, obsolete term used to include Coelenterata, 
Ctenophora, Echinodermata 

It is recommended that Coelenterata be classified in 593.5 

Porifera 

Sponges 

Cnidaria 

Coelenterata in its modern sense (formerly classified in 593.3) 



593-6-594-31 



Decimal Classification 



238 



593.6 Anthozoa 

Includes sea-anemones, corals 

.7 Hydrozoa 

Includes hydras, hydroid polyps, Hydromedusae 

.73 Scyphozoa 

Acalepha, includes Scyphomedusae 

.8 Ctenophora 

Sea-walnuts or comb-jellies 

.9 Echinodennata 

Spiny-skinned animals 

Includes Crinoidea (sea-lilies), Asteroidea (common star- 
fishes), Ophiuroidea (brittle-stars, basket-stars), Echinoidea 
(sea-urchins, sand-dollars), Holothurioidea (sea-cucumbers) 

.99 It is recommended that Enteropneusta be classified in 596 



594 



.1 



.19 



2 



•3 



.31 



MOLLUSCA AND MOLLUSCOIDEA 

Mollusks and mollusk-like animals 

Pelecypoda 

Lamellibranchia or bivalve mollusks (clams, mussels, oysters) 

Amphineura 

Includes chitons (formerly classified in 594.31) 

Scaphopoda 

Dentalium or toothshell 

Gastropoda 

Snails, slugs, whelks 

Includes Prosobranchia, Opisthobranchia, Pulmonata 

It is recommended that Amphineura be classified in 
594.19 



239 



Pure Science 



594-5-595-17 



594.5 



.7 

.73 
.8 

.9 

595.1 



.12 



.13 



.14 



Cephalopoda 

Includes Tetrabranchia (Nautilus), Dibranchia (Decapod and 
octopod Cephalopoda: squid, devilfish, cuttlefish, octopus) 

Bryozoa (Polyzoa) 

Moss animals 

It is recommended that Pterobranchia be classified in 596 

Brachiopoda 

Includes lamp-shells 

It is recommended that Tunicata be classified in 596 

Vermes 

Worms 

Platyhelminthes and Nemertea 

Flatworms and ribbon worms 

Includes Turbellaria ( planarians ) , Trematoda ( flukes ) , 

Cestoda (tapeworms), Nemertea (ribbon worms) 

Nemathelminthes 

Roundworms 

Includes Nematoda (Ascaris, hookworms, Trichinella), 

Nematomorpha (Gordius or horsehair worm), Acantho- 

cephala 

Amielida 

Segmented worms 
Includes Archiannelida 



.15 



Hirudinea 

Leeches 



.16 



.17 



Oligochaeta 

Includes earthworms 

Polychaeta and Myzostoma 

Includes Nereis 



595-18-595-5 



DecimaJ Classification 



240 



595.18 



.3 

.315 

.32 

.33 



.38 



.39 



A 



.44 



Trochelminthes 

Rotifers or wheel animalcules and related animals 
Includes Rotatoria, Gastrotricha, Echinodera 

Crustacea 
It is recommended that Pantapoda be classified in 595.4 
Phyllopoda or Branchiopoda 
Ostracoda 



.34 


Copepoda 

Includes Cyclops, fish-lice 


.35 


Cirripedia 

Barnacles 


371 


Ainphipoda 


372 


Isopoda 

Sow-bugs, wood lice 



Minor Crustacean Orders 

Includes Leptostraca (Nebalia), Syncarida, Thermosbaena- 
cea, Tanaidacea, Euphausiacea, Cumacea, Stomatopoda 
(Squilla), Mysidacea (Mysis), Dccapoda (Macrura, e.g. 
lobster, crayfish; Brachyurc, e.g. crab) 

Gigantostraca 

Includes Xiphosura (horseshoe crab) 

Arachnida 

Includes Linquatulida, Tardigrada ( waterbcars ) , Acari (mites 
and ticks ) , Phalangida ( daddy-long-legs or harvestmen ) , 
Pedipalpi or Palpigradi (whip-scorpions), Scorpiones (scor- 
pions), Pseudoscorpiones (false scorpions), Solifuge (weasel 
spiders), Pycnogonida or Pantopoda (formerly classified in 
595315) 

Araneida 

True spiders 

Onychophora 

Includes Peripatus 



241 



Pure SciGuce 



595.6-595.775 



595.6 



.7 



•71 



.72 



.73 



.74 



.75 



.751 



.76 



.77 



.775 



Myriapoda 

Includes Diplopoda (millipedes), Chilopoda (centipedes), 
Symphyla, Pauropoda 

Insecta (Hexapoda) 

Insects 

Includes entomology 

Synaptera 

Includes Collembola (spring-tails), Protura, Entotrophi, 
Thysanura (bristle-tails) 

Orthoptera 

Grasshoppers, crickets, katydids, mantises, cockroaches, stick 
insects 

Pseudoneuroptera 

Includes Thysanoptera (thrips) , Corrodentia (psocids, 
book-lice), Odonata (dragonflics, damselflies), Ephemerida 
(mayflies), Plecoptera (stoneflies), Isoptera (termites or 
white ants), Embioptera, Zoraptera 

Neuroptera 

Laccwing-flics, ant-lions, snake-flies 

Includes related phyla: Mecoptera (scorpion-flies), Trichop- 
tera (caddis-flies), Strcpsiptera (stylopids or twisted-winged 
insects), Anoplura and Mallophaga (true lice and bird-lice, 
formerly classified in 595.751) 

Hemiptera 

Includes Homoptera (cicadas, leafhoppers, aphids, scale- 
insects), Heteroptera (true bugs) 

It is recommended that Anoplura and Mallophaga be 
classified in 595.74 

Coleoptera 

Beetles, weevils, fireflies, wood-borers, ladybugs 

Diptera 

Fhes, gnats, midges, mosquitoes 

Siphonaptera 

Fleas 



595'78-597-8 



Decimal Classification 



242 



595.78 


Lepidoptera 




Includes Heterocera (moths), Rhopalocera (butterflies) 


.79 


Hymenoptera 


.796 


Formicidae 




Ants 


.799 


Apidae 




Bees 



596 



CHORDATES 

Includes Enteropneusta (formerly classified in 593.99), Ptero- 
branchia (formerly classified in 594.73), Tunicata or sea squirts 
(formerly classified in 594.9), Cephalochorda or lancelets (for- 
merly classified in 597.1), Vertebrata or Craniata, animals with 
backbones 



597 



.1 

.2 

.3 
.4 



.5 



.6 

.8 



FISHES 

Includes ichthyology 

It is recommended that Cephalochorda be classified in 596 

Cyclostomata 

Hagfishes, lampreys 

Elasmobranchii 

Sharks, rays, skates 

Ganoidei 

Includes Chondrostei (paddle fishes, sturgeons), Holostei 
(garpikes, bowfins), Crossopterygii (lobefinned fishes), Dip- 
noi (lung fishes) 

Teleostei 

Bony fishes 

Includes Acanthopterygii (spiny-rayed fishes), Isospondyli 

(soft-rayed fishes) 
Amphibia 

Salientia 

Frogs, toads 



243 


Pure Science 


597-9-599-4 


597.9 


Urodela 

Salamanders, newts, mud-puppies 




598.1 


Reptilia 

Reptiles 




.11 


Lacerlilia 

Lizards 




.12 


Serpentes 

Snakes 




.13 


Chelonia 

Turtles, tortoises 




.14 


Crocodilia 

Crocodiles, alligators 




2 


Aves 

Birds 

Includes ornithology 




.29 
599 


Geographic Distribution of Birds 
MAMMALS 





.1 



3 



.32 



A 



Prototheria 

Egg-laying mammals (spiny ant-eaters, duckpills) 

Metatheria 

Pouched mammals or marsupials (oppossums, kangaroos) 

Eutheria 

Viviparous mammals 

Includes Edentata, e.g. Xenarthra (armadillos, anteatcrs, 
sloths), Pholidota (pangolins or spiny anteaters), Tubuli- 
dcntata (aardvarks) 

Rodentia and Lagomorpha 

Rats, beavers, squirrels, porcupines, rabbits, hares, pikas 

Chiroptera 

Bats 



599-5-599-9 
599.5 



.61 



Decimal Classification 



244 



.7 



.72 



.7? 



.74 



.744 



.745 



.8 



.9 



Cetacea 

Whales, dolphins, porpoises 

Proboscidea 

Elephants 

Ungulata 

Hoofed mammals 

For Domestic animals, see Animal husbandry, 636 

Perissodactyla 

Odd-toed ungulates (horses, asses, zebras, rhinoceroses, 
tapirs) 

Artiodactyla 

Even-toed ungulates (pigs, hippopotamuses, camels, gi- 
raffes, deer, antelopes, buffalo, bison, cattle, sheep, goats) 

Camivora 

Flesh-eating mammals 

Fissipedia 

Land camivora (cats, dogs, bears, v^^easels, hyenas) 

Pinnipedia 

Marine camivora (seals, walruses) 

Primates 

Lemurs, monkeys, apes, man (formerly classified in .9) 

For Anthropology, see 572 
It is recommended that Man be classified in .8 



600 Applied Science 



608 



For Specific sub/ects in applied science, see 610-690, e.g. Chemical 
technology, 660; Engineering, 620; Pure science, SOO; Form divi- 
sions 1-7, and 9, p. Iv; exception in 8 follows: 

PATENTS AND INVENTIONS 



245 



247 



Applied Science 



612-612.76 



610 MEDICAL SCIENCES 

For Medical /urisprudence, see 340.6; Hospitals, sanitariums, 362; 
Form divisions .J-.6 and .8-.9, p. Iv; exception in .7 io\lo\vs: 

610.72 Experimental Medicine 

.73 Nurses and Nursing 

Includes professional and practical nurses, aides, attendants 

May be divided by regular form divisions, e.g. Study and 
teaching of nursing, 610.7307; History of nursing, 

610.7309 

For Army Nurse Corps, see 356.92; Naval Nurse Corps, 

359.99; Home nursing, 649.8 
.732 Private Duty Nursing 

.733 Institutional Nursing 

Nursing in hospitals, sanitariums, clinics, prisons 

.734 Public Health and Community Nursing 

Includes industrial nursing 

,736 Special Nursing 

Includes communicable disease, surgical and gynecologi- 
cal, obstetrical, orthopedic, pediatric, psychiatric nursing 

.75 It is recommended that Diagnosis be classified in 616 

611 ANATOMY 

Structure of human body and relation of its parts 

For Comparative anatomy, see 591.4 

,012 Human Teratology 

Study of human anomalies, deformities, monstrosities 
(formerly classified in 573.9) 

,01 3 Human Embryology 

Formation and development of human embryos 

.018 Human Histology and Cytology 

Microscopic structure of human organisms 
Includes tissues and cells 

246 



612 HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY 

Functions of human body and its parts 

.015 Human Biochemistry 

Chemical composition of human bodies and changes 
v^hich occur in them, e.g. chemical transformations, oxi- 
dations, reductions 

.017 Human Biophysics 

Action of physical agents on human bodies 

.1 Circulation 

Operation of circulatory system 

.2 Respiration 

Process of breathing 
Includes artificial respiration 

.3 Digestion 

Conversion of food into absorbable form 

.39 Metabolism 

Assimilation of food 

A Secretion and Excretion 

Processes of glandular system 

.6 Reproduction 

Sex functions 
Includes sex instruction 

For Sex education in schools, see 37 176 

.63 Conception 

Union of male sperm and ovum of female 
Includes artificial insemination, contraception or birth con- 
trol 

For Planned parenthood, see 301.426 
.7 Locomotion Speech Cutaneous functions 

.76 Locomotion 

Movement from one place to another 



612.78-613.7 



Decimal Classification 



248 



612.78 Speech 

Use of voice 

.79 Cutaneous Functions 

Physiology of slsin 

.8 Sensation 

Response to stimulation 

Includes sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch 

613 PERSONAL HYGIENE 

Maintenance of personal health 

For Health education in schools, see 37176 

.1 Air and Light 

Beneficial effects of fresh air and sunlight 
Includes sunbathing 

For Therapeutic use of air and hght, see 6 J 5.8; Medical 
climatology and meteorology, 6J6.98 

.2 Food 

Uses of food in maintaining health 

For Nutrition and dietetics, see 64L1; Dietotherapy, 615,85 

A Bathing 

Cleanliness of body 

For Therapeutic use ot water and bathing, see 6J5.8; Sani- 
tary control of public bathing places, 614.7; Care of personal 
appearance, 646.7 

.6 It is recommended that Industrial Hygiene be classified in 

614.85 

.67 It is recommended that Military Hygiene be classified in 

356.92 

.68 It is recommended that Naval Hygiene be classified in 

359.99 

.7 Rest and Exercise 

Adequate sleep, relaxation, exercise for maintenance of health 
Includes correct posture 

For Physical education in schools, see 371.73 



249 



Applied Science 



613.8-614.6 



613.8 



•9 



614 



.1 



.3 



A 



.49 



5 



.6 



It is recommended that Effects of Stimulants and Narcotics 

be classified in 616.86 

Human Genetics 

Improvement of human race by judicious mating 

For Eugenics, see 301.323; Birth control, 612.63 

PUBLIC HEALTH AND PREVENTIVE 

MEDICINE 

Medical Statistics 

Includes physicians' reports of disease, births, stillbirths, and 
death; medical surveys 

For Vital statistics, see 312 

State Medicine 

Regulation of medical practice by the state by means of health 
codes, licensing of physicians, socialized medicine 
Includes control of quackery, patent medicines 

For Social insurance, see 368.4; Group hospitalization and 

medical expenses, 368.38 

Food and Drug Control 

Control of adulterations and health hazards in foods and bev- 
erages, milk and milk products, drugs, cosmetics, by means of 
legislation, inspection 

Disease Control 

Health measures for prevention and control of communicable 
disease, e.g. isolation and quarantine, vaccination and immu- 
nization, disinfection 

Epidemiology 

History and control of epidemics 
It is recommended that Control of Sfiecific Diseases be classi- 
fied with Diseases, e.g. Venereal Disease Control, 616.95 

Disposal of the Dead 

Includes morgues, crematories, cemeteries, undertaking, em- 
balming, cremation, burial 

For Manners and customs in treatment of dead, see 392 



614.7-61 54 



Decimal Classification 



2$o 



251 



Applied Science 



615.5-616.01 



614.7 



.8 



.81 



.84 
.85 



.86 



.88 
.9 



615 



.37 
.4 



Sanitary Control 

Public health measures for sanitation and control of environ- 
ment, e.g. control of air and soil pollution; provision of ade- 
quate and safe water supply, waste disposal, noise control; 
sanitary supervision of public conveyances and buildings; sani- 
tary operation of swimming pools, bathing beaches, comfort 
stations 

For Methods oi sanitation, see Sanitary engineering, 62S 

Safety 

Protection of human life from accidents, casualties 
For Safety instruction in schools, see 371. 71 

Life-Saving 

Rescue of drowning 
Includes resuscitation 

Fire Prevention and Protection 

Industrial Medicine 

Includes industrial hygiene and safety (formerly classified in 
613.6) 

Accident Prevention 

Public protection of travelers 

For Mining accident prevention and relief, see 622.86 

First Aid 

It is recommended that Veterinary Sanitation be classified in 
636.0894 

THERAPEUTICS 

Treatment of disease 

Includes Materia medica and pharmacology; nature, sources, 
mode of administration, effects on the body of medicinal sub- 
stances, e.g. antibiotics, biologicals; pharmacopeias; formularies; 
dispensatories 

It is recommended that Immunology be classified in 616.97 

Pharmacy 

Preparation and dispensing of drugs 



615.5 



A 



.82 



.85 



.851 



.9 



616 



•01 



Pharmacotherapy 

Use of drugs in treatment of disease 

For Pharmacotherapy oi specific diseases, see diseases, e.g. 
Use of quinine in treatment oi malaria, 616.9 

Physiotherapy 

Treatment of disease by physical agents other than drugs, e.g. 
heat, water, light, electricity, radiation 

Includes thermotherapy, hydrotherapy, actinotherapy, electro- 
therapeutics, radiotherapy 

Mechanotherapy 

Treatment of disease by mechanical means, e.g. massage, 

exercise, rest 

Includes osteopathy, chiropractic 

Other Types of Therapy 

Use of other agents, e.g. diet, religion, for remedial purposes 
Includes naturopathy, dietotherapy, hierotherapy 

For Psychotherapy, see 13132 

Occupational Therapy 

Use of ocupations for purposes of treatment 
For Vocational rehabilitation, see 37L91 

Toxicology 

Study of poisons, their nature, effect, detection, antidotes; 

treatment of conditions produced by poisoning 

Includes organic, inorganic, vegetable, animal, gaseous, food 

poisons 

INTERNAL AND CLINICAL MEDICINE 

Nature of disease, its diagnosis and treatment 

Includes domestic medicine or treatment of minor ailments at 

home without direction of physician 

For Pathology, diagnosis, treatment of specific diseases, see 
diseases, e.g. Treatment oi arthritis, 616.7 

Etiology and Pathology 

Cause and nature of diseases 
Includes medical bacteriology 



616.012-616.3 



Decimal Classification 



252 



616.012 



.07 



.08 



15 



.151 



1 



3 



Nosology 

Classification of diseases 

Symptomatology and Diagnosis 

Symptoms of disease Diagnosis by clinical physical, lab- 
oratory, serum, pathological, roentgen, differential methods 

This form division may be used to indicate diagnostic 
methods applied to specific diseases, e.g. Electrocardiog- 
raphy, 616.107 

Psychosomatic Medicine 

Treatment of diseases resulting from interrelationship be- 
tween bodily processes and emotional life 

For Psychosomatics, see 131 

Cardiovascular System Cardiology 

Hygiene, pathology of heart, arteries, veins, capillaries 
Includes diagnosis, treatment of carditis, angina pectoris, 
thrombosis, arteriosclerosis, phlebitis, varix 

Hemic and Lymphatic System Angiology 

Hygiene, pathology of blood-forming organs, blood and 
lymph, spleen, lymphatic channels, lymph nodes and lym- 
phatic tissue 

Includes diagnosis, treatment of anemia, leukemia, hemo- 
philia, Hodgkin's disease, high blood pressure 

Lymphatic system was formerly classified in 616.4 

Blood Transfusions 

Includes blood banks, blood plasma 

Respiratory System 

Hygiene, pathology of lungs, bronchi and bronchioles, pleura 
Includes diagnosis, treatment of common cold, pneumonia, 
tuberculosis, bronchitis, pleurisy 

Digestive System Gastroenterology and Proctology 

Hygiene, pathology of stomach, intestines, liver and biliary 
tract, pancreas 

Includes diagnosis, treatment of indigestion, gastritis, constipa- 
tion, colitis, appendicitis, hemorrhoids, jaundice 



253 



Applied Science 



616.4-616.86 



616.4 



.46 



.7 



& 



.86 



Endocrine System Endocrinology and Hormone 
Therapy 

Hygiene, pathology of thyroid, parathyroids, thymus, pituitary 

and pineal bodies, adrenals, suprarenals, carotid 

Includes diagnosis, treatment of goiter, cretinism, Addison's 

disease 

It is recommended that Lymphatic System be classified in 

616.15 

Metabolic and Nutritional Disorders Vitamin Therapy 

Includes diagnosis and treatment of gout, rickets, scurvy, 
avitaminosis, diabetes (formerly classified in 616.63) 

Integumentary System Dermatology 

Hygiene, pathology of skin, hair, nails 

Includes diagnosis, treatment of acne, dermatitis, eczema, dan- 
druff, baldness 

Urogenital System Urology 

Hygiene, patholog}^ of kidney, ureter, bladder, urethra, male 
genital system 

Includes diagnosis, treatment of nephritis, enuresis, prostatitis, 
impotence, sterility of males 

It is recommended that Diabetes be classified in 616.46 
For Female gtmi2[ system, see 6J8 

Musculo-skeletal System 

Hygiene, pathology of bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and 
bursae, connective tissue and fascia, muscles 
Includes diagnosis, treatment of osteomyelitis, arthritis, bur- 
sitis, myositis 

For Orthopedics, see 6 J 7.3 

Nervous System Neurology 

Hygiene, pathology of brain, spinal cord and nerves, meninges, 
cerebrospinal spaces and fluid 

Includes diagnosis, treatment of apoplexy, encephalitis, neural- 
gia, insomnia, epilepsy, aphasia, meningitis, neuroses 

Intoxicants 

Effect of stimulants and narcotics on human body 
Includes diagnosis, treatment of alcoholism, drug habit 



616,89-617-7 



Decimal Classification 



2S4 



616.89 



.9 



.95 

.96 
.97 

.98 



.99 



617 



.3 



.6 



.7 



Psychoses Psychiatry 

Includes diagnosis, treatment of schizophrenia, paranoia, 
manic-depressive psychoses, dementia praecox 

For Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis, see Chnical psy- 
chology, 1313 

Diseases of the Body as a Whole 

Includes diagnosis, treatment of contagious, infectious and 
virus diseases, e.g. diphtheria, measles, chicken pox; typhoid 
fever, malaria, poliomyelitis, tapeworm 

Venereal Diseases Venereology 

Includes syphilis, gonorrhea 
Parasitic Diseases Medical Parasitology 

Anaphylaxis and Allergies 

Includes immunology (formerly classified in 615.37) 

Medical Climatology and Meteorology 

Relation of air pressure, altitude, climate, moisture, weather 
to health 

Includes tropical medicine, aviation medicine (formerly 
classified in 629.13256), submarine medicine 

Neoplastic Diseases 

Includes tumors, cancers 

SURGERY 

Treatment of disease by manual and instrumental operations 

Orthopedics 

Correction of deformities and treatment of chronic diseases of 
joints and spine 

Oral Surgery and Dentistry 

Teeth and gums and their diseases 

Includes operative dentistry, orthodontia, prosthetic dentistry, 

pedodontia 

Ophthalmology Optometry 

Eye and its disorders, eg. astigmatism, myopia, glaucoma 
Includes artificial eyes, spectacles and their fitting, mechanical 
work of opticians (frames and lenses) 



2SS 



Apphed Science 



617.8-619 



617.8 



.9 



.95 



618 



.9 



.97 



619 



Otorhinolaryngology 

Ear, nose, throat and their disorders, e.g. deafness, mastoiditis, 
rhinitis, sinusitis, laryngitis, tonsillitis, tracheitis 
Includes hearing aids 

Operative Surgery 

Includes surgical instruments and dressings, methods and pro- 
cedures, preoperative and postoperative care 

Plastic and Cosmetic Surgery 

Anesthesiology 

GYNECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS 

Female genital system and its diseases 

Includes pregnancy, parturition, puerperium, sterility of females 

Pediatrics 

Hygienic care of children and treatment of childhood diseases 

For Child care, see 649 A; Child psychology^ J 36.7 

GERONTOLOGY 

Scientific study of old age and treatment of its diseases 

It is recommended that VETERINARY MEDICINE 

be classified in 636.089 



620 ENGINEERING 



Includes civil engineering 

For Form divisions .2-.9, see p. Jv; exception in A follows: 
620.02 Quantities and Cost 

.03 Contracts and Specifications 

.04 Designs and Drawings 

Where interest in Engineering drafting lies in drawing, 
classify in 744 

.07 Laws and Regulations 

.09 Reports 

.1 Engineering Mechanics and Materials 

Includes applied mechanics, vibration in engineering 

.11 Engineering Materials 

Includes theory of strength of materials; engineering proper- 
ties of materials not specifically classified in 620.12-.19 

.112 Tests of Materials 

Testing methods Equipment Performance 

Includes tests for strength (influence of temperature, 
corrosion, weathering, plasticity, fatigue, deformation, 
tension, compression, hardness); tests for other engi- 
neering properties (homogeneity, thermal expansion, 
electrical conductivity); testing methods (magnetic par- 
ticle testing, radiographic testing) 

For Application to specific materials, see material, 
620.J2-.19 

.12 Wood 

For Deterioration and preservation of wood, see 691.1 

•13 Stone, Cement and Concrete 

.132 Stone 

.135 Cement 

.136 Concrete 

.137 Reinforced Concrete 

256 



^S7 



Applied Science 



620.14-621.182 



620.14 Brick, Tile, Glass 

.15 Masonry Adhesives 

.17 Iron, Steel, and Alloy Steels 
.172 Corrosion Properties 

.173 Elastic Limit Properties 

Includes plasticity, fatigue, deformation 

.18 Other Metals and Their Alloys 

.19 Other Materials 

Includes plastics, rubber, laminated materials 

For Mechanics of engineering soils, see 624 A SI 

621 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

For Marine engineering, see 623.87; Aeronautics, 629. J; Motor 
vehicle engineering, 629.2; Transportation engineering, 625 

.01 Engineering Thermodynamics 

.1 Steam Power Engineering 

.11 Steam Engines 

Design of engine and parts 

Includes operation and maintenance of steam engines, e.g. 

packing, oiling; valve mechanisms and governors 

.12 It is recommended that Marine Engines be classified in 

623.872 

.13 It is recommended that Steam Locomotives be classified in 

625.26 

.14 Steam Tractors and Rollers 

,16 Steam Turbines 

Includes types, design, construction, maintenance of steam 
turbines 

.18 Steam Generation 

.182 Fuels and Combustion 

Includes fuels for boiler heating (solid, liquid, gaseous 
fuels, fissionable material), fuel combustion 

For Technology of fuels, see 662.6 



621.183-621.312 



Decimal Classification 



258 



621.183 Boiler Furnaces 

Includes boiler furnace details (mechanical stokers, ash 
conveyers, chimneys, draft appliances, smoke consumers) 

.184 Boilers 

Includes types of steam boilers; boiler construction, erec- 
tion, firing, maintenance and inspection; boiler acces- 
sories 

.185 Steam Distribution and Circulation 

Includes piping 

.19 Steam Power Plants 

Central stations 

Includes feedwater heaters, economizers, pumps, separators, 

superheaters, condensers, cooling towers, instruments 

.2 Hydraulic Power Equipment 

Industrial use of water as motive power 
Includes water wheels, turbines, hydraulic engines, hoists, ele- 
vators, hydraulic presses, hydraulic rams, machines run by wa- 
ter under pressure maintained by accumulators; constructions 
and appliances for distributing and regulating supply of water 
to hydraulic power equipment 

For Hydraulic engineering, see 611; Water-supply engineer- 
ing, 61%1\ Theory oi Mechanics oi h'quids, 532 

.3 Electrical Engineering 

For Economics oi power production and di%ix)b\\\.ion^ includ- 
ing economics of rural electrification, see 338.39 

621.31-621.37 ELECTRIC POWER ENGINEERING 
621.38 ELECTRIC COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING 



.31 



.312 



Generation of Electricity 

Includes Dynamoclectric machinery, transformers, transmis- 
sion of electricity 

Production of Electric Power 

Includes operation, maintenance and testing of power 
stations (steam, gas turbine, Diesel, hydraulic); and sub- 
stations (transformer, converter) 



259 



621.313 



.314 
.316 

.317 



.319 



.32 



.328 



.33 



Apphed Science 



621.313-621.33 



Dynamoelectric Machinery 

Design Construction Installation Operation 

Maintenance Testing 

Includes direct or continuous current machinery; alter- 
nating-current machinery 

Transformers, Regulators and Reactors 

Details of Electric Machinery 

Includes armatures, field cores, brushes 

Power Station Wiring Switchboards and Control 
Devices 

Includes panels (generator, motor, feeder); switches and 
circuit breakers (oil, air, thermal); safety and signal de- 
vices, e.g. barriers and compartments, fuzes, lightning ar- 
resters 

Transmission of Electric Energy 

Includes transmission systems (direct or continuous, al- 
ternating current systems); transmission lines and con- 
ductors (overhead or aerial, underground lines); cables, 
wires and conductors; insulating materials; insulators; pro- 
tective devices, e.g. line lightning arresters 

For Local wiring, see specific application, e.g. Electric 
light wiring, 62 J. 328 

Electric Lighting 

Illumination engineering (formerly classified in 628.9) 
Includes design of domestic (formerly classified in 644), in- 
dustrial, public lighting systems for streets, parks, public 
buildings; flood lighting for sports and expositions; arc, in- 
candescent, fluorescent and neon tube lighting 

Apparatus at Service End of Line 

Includes panels, fuzes, insulators, switches, protective 
devices; underwriter requirements, e.g. national electric 
code, house wiring 

It is recommended that Electric Traction be classified in 
625.1; Electric Locomotives in 625.26 

For Marine propulsion, see tllA 



621.34-621.381 



Decimal ChssiEcation 



260 



261 



Applied Science 



621.382-621.3843 



621.34 



.342 



•343 
.345 



.35 



.37 



.38 
.381 



Electronics and Electron Tubes 

For Physical electronics, see 537.5; Industrial and scientific 
application, the subject, e.g. Radar, 621381; Particle de- 
tectors in nuclear physics, 539.7; Electronic navigation, 
623.893 



Electron Tubes and Their Characteristics 

Includes vacuum tubes, cathode ray tubes, photoelectric 
cells 

For Vacuum tubes as radio apparatus, see 6213843 
Electronic Circuit Functions 

Sound-reproduction Applications 

Includes sound recording, reproduction of sound in mov- 
ing pictures 

Production of Electricity Directly from Chemical Action 

Includes primary and storage batteries 

For Industrial electrochemistry, see 660.29 

Electric Measurements 

Standards Calibration of instruments Testing 

Includes resistance measurement (inductance, capacity) 
by Wheatstone bridges, ohmmeters, resistance boxes; 
voltage measurement by voltmeters, electrometers, poten- 
tiometers, standard cells; current measurement by gal- 
vanometers, ammeters, milliammeters; quantity or energy 
measurement by coulometers, ampere-hour meters, watt- 
hour meters; power measurement by wattmeters; fre- 
quency, phase, power-factor meters, synchronizers, oscil- 
lographs; measurement of non-electric quantities by elec- 
trical means, e.g. electric thermometers 

Electric Communication Engineering 
Radar 



621.382 



.383 



.384 



.3841 



.3843 



Telegraphy (Wire) 

Includes telegraphic codes; telegraphic systems; automatic 
code telegraphy and high speed systems, e.g. Bain and 
Morse systems, Wheatstone; printing and writing teleg- 
raphy, e.g. stockticker, teleprinter, teletyper, telautograph; 
facsimile telegraphy or phototelegraphy; submarine cable 
telegraphy; telegraph instruments (formerly classified in 
621.383) 

For Radiotelegraph, see 621.384 

It is recommended that Telegraph Instruments be classi- 
fied in 621.382 

Radio 

Includes radiotelegraph (formerly classified in .3842- 
3-4), radiofacsimile, radiotelephone (formerly classified 
in .3845-6-7), radio circuits, measurement and stand- 
ardization 

For Radio administration, regulation, finance, facilities, 
services, see 384.5 

Radio Principles 

Includes radio waves: characteristics, propagation, radia- 
tion; transmission phenomena: fading, meteorologic in- 
fluences, ionosphere 

621.3842-.3849 Former expansions of radio have 
used .3841 as base number. In order to shorten num- 
ber, .384 has been used as base number 

Radio Apparatus and Equipment 

Formerly .38413 

Includes generating, sending, transmitting apparatus, 
vacuum and electron tubes, parts of circuits, e.g. ca- 
pacitors, inductors, modulating devices, transmission 
lines (radio), wave guides; antennas, aerials and their 
substitutes; receiving apparatus and instruments, de- 
tectors, rectifiers, amplifiers, acoustic receivers, record- 
ing devices, receiving sets; maintenance, repair and 
testing 



621.3845-^21.39 



Decimal ChssiEcation 



262 



26^ 



Applied Science 



621.4-621.54 



621.3845 



.3849 



.385 



.388 



.3883 



.3889 



.389 



.39 



Radio Communication Systems 

Formerly .38415 

For Commeicml radio stations, see 384.5 

Applications of Radio 

Formerly .38419 
Comprehensive material only 
Includes radio broadcasting 

It is recommended that specific applications be clas- 
sified with specific number, e.g. Radio aids to naviga- 
tion (marine), 623.894; Radio landing aids (aero- 
nautics), 629.16 

For Radio show production, see 792.94; Radio adver- 
tising, 659. J 4; Radio in teaching, 371333; Radio in 
adult education, 37426; Radio speech, 808.S 

Telephone (Wire) 

Includes telephone systems (party line, intercommunica- 
cation systems, central switchboard systems, automatic 
systems) 

For Radiotelephone, see 62 J. 384 

Television 

Includes systems (wire and wireless) 

Television Apparatus 

Includes construction, operation, maintenance, testing 

Television Hroadcasting 

For Television show production, see 792. 9 S 

Other Electrical Communication 

Electric bells and buzzers, electric alarms, public address 
systems 

Other Applications of Electricity 

It is recommended that specific applications be classified 
with specific numbers, e.g. Electricity on farm, 631.37; 
Household electrical appliances, 643.6; Use of electricity for 
heating, 697.7; Electric welding, 671.521 



621.4 



.41 



.42 



.43 



.436 



.437 



.47 
.48 

.49 
.5 



.54 



Internal Combustion and Heat Engines Other Than Steam 

Principles Design Construction Performance 

Testing 

For Steam engines, see 621.11; Engineering thermodynam- 
ics, 62 J. 01 

External Combustion Engines 

Includes hot air engines 

Compressed or Rarified Air or Gas Engines 

For Internal combustion gas engines, see 621.43; External 
combustion gas engines, 62L41 

Internal Combustion Engines 

Includes engines especially designed to use gas, gasoline, and 
other liquid or solid fuels; gas turbines 

For Aircraft engines, see 629.143S; Automobile engines, 
629. 2S; Marine engines, 623.872 

Diesel Engines 

For Diesel locomotives, see 62$. 26 

Parts and Accessories of Internal Combustion Engines 

For Specific application, see specific engines, e.g. Diesel 
engines, 621.436 

Solar Engines 

Atomic Energy Engines 

Use of atomic fission as source of power 

Power Plants and Central Stations Other Than Steam 
Power Plants 

Pneumatic Machinery 

Includes air compressors; piping, mains, gages for compressed 
air transmission and distribution 

Applications for Compressed Air 

Includes pneumatic cleaning, sandblasts, pneumatic tubes 
and carriers 

For Pneumatic hoists, see 621.86; Pneumatic machine 
tools, 62 J. 9 



621.56-621.86 



Decimal Classification 



264 



26$ 



Applied Science 



621.87-622 



621.56 



.57 

.58 
.6 



.7 



.75 
.8 



.82 

^5 
.86 



Refrigeration 

Includes refrigerants, refrigerating systems and plants, com- 
prchcnsi\e material on refrigeration and air conditioning 

For Specific application oi refrigeration, see sub/ect, e.g. 
Refrigeration ot foods, 664.85; Air condirioning, 697 

Refrigerating Machines 

Includes ammonia machines 

Ice Manufacture 

Fans, Blowers and Pumps 

Design Construction Tests 

Includes rotary, centrifugal blowers; direct acring, rotary, 
centrifugal, fire, hydraulic pumps; steam injectors and 
ejectors 

For Air compressors, see 621. S 

Shop Management 

Engineering questions affecting establishment and operation 
of shops; arrangement with reference to sequence of processes, 
mechanical equipment, economy of power 
Includes woodworking, pattern, forge, sheet metal shops; 
foundries, blast furnaces, rolling mills 

For Design, maintenance and operation of machine and 
hand tools, see 62 J. 9; Metal manufactures including sheet 
metal work, 671 

Machine Shop Practice 

Power Transmission Machinery and Materials-Handling 
Equipment 

Elements Design Construction Tests 

Journals, Bearings, Springs, Couplings, Clutches 

Includes Universal joints 
Gears and Cams 
Belt, Rope and Chain Transmission 

Materials-handling Equipment 

Includes hoists, conveyers 

For Pneumatic tubes, see 621. S4 



621.87 Cranes, Derricks, Elevators 

.88 Fastenings 

Includes clamps, vises, screws and bolts, rivets, nails 

.89 Lubrication 

For Production and properties of lubricants, see 66S 

.9 Machine and Hand Tools 

Design Maintenance Operation 

Includes use of diamonds for grinding, cutting; catalogs 

For Specific application, see specific tools, e.g. Wood- 
working tools, 674.4 

.91 Planing and Milling Machines 

.92 Grinding and Filing Tools 

Includes abrasives, crushers 

.93 Cutting and Sawing Tools 

.94 Lathes and Boring Mills 

Includes screw and pipe threading 

.95 Drilling and Reaming Machinery 

,98 Bending, Straightening and Shaping Machinery 

Includes flanging and die press machinery 

.99 Gages, Jigs and Fixtures 

622 MINING ENGINEERING 

Discovery and extraction of ores and economically useful min- 
erals 
Includes mining laws 

For Metallurgy, see 669; Metal manufactures, 671-673; Eco- 
nomics of mineral industries, 338.2; Mineral land resources, 
333.8; Conservation of mineral resources, 333.72 



622.1-622.338 



Decimal Classification 



266 



622.1 



.17 



.2 



.23 



.3 



.33 



.338 



Preliminaries to Mining 

Includes mining prospecting methods, e.g. geological, geo- 
physical (magnetic, gravimetric, seismic, electrical, geochemi- 
cal, geothermal, resistivity and radioactivity methods); mine 
surveying; development workings 

For Economic geoJogy, see 553; AppJication to specific min- 
eral, see nn'neraJ, e.g. Prospecting for gold, 622342 

Mining Economics 

Includes valuation (mine examination, sampling and meas- 
uring, tonnage calculations, analysis of costs); organization 
(formation of companies, promotion and sale of stock, taxa- 
tion) and management 

Mining Operations 

Practices Tools, equipment, machinery 

Includes quarrying, boring, shaft sinking, tunneling, stop- 
ping, timbering and roofing of mines 

For Mining plant design, see 662.7; AppJication to spe- 
cific mineral, see mineral, e.g. Blasting ior marble, 62235 

Drilling and Blasting 

Methods Drills and accessories Drill sharpening 

Includes selection, handling and use of blasting explosives; 
safety measures 

For Explosives technology, see 662 

Types of Mining 

Practices Special tools, equipment, machinery 

Includes open pit mining, alluvial mining (placer, hydraulic, 
dredging and drift mining) 

Mining of Mineral Fuels and Other Organic Minerals 

Practices Equipment, machinery 

Includes mining of coal, peat, lignite, graphite, asphalt 
May be divided like 553.2 

Petroleum Mining 

Includes prospecting; well drilling 

For Petroleum technology, see 66S.S 



26 J 



Applied Science 



622.34-622.6 



622.34 



.342 
.35 

.36 



.38 



A 



5 



.6 



Mining of Metalliferous Ores 

Practices Tools, equipment, machinery 

Includes iron, copper, lead, zinc, tin, mercury, manganese, 
chromium, antimony, nickel 

Cold and Silver Mining 

Building Stone Quarrying 

Includes marble, limestone, granite, sandstone, slate 

Mining of Nonmetalliferous Minerals 

Includes mining of construction commodities (sand, gravel, 
gypsum, lime, asbestos ) ; fertilizer materials ( phosphate 
rock, potash salt, nitrates); chemical raw materials (sulfur, 
pyrite, lime, fluorspar, barite, salt, magnesite, brucite, dolo- 
mite); ceramic raw materials (clay, feldspar, flint, glass 
sand); refractory materials (bauxite, silica, chromitc); abra- 
sive materials (pumice, garnet, corundum, emery); mica, 
talc, boron, lithium, strontium materials 

Mining of Ornamental and Precious Stones 

Includes gems 

Mine Ventilation, Air Conditioning, Lighting 

Methods Equipment 

Includes mine gases, methods of detection 

Mine Drainage 

Methods Equipment Costs 

Removal of water from mines by drain tunnels and ditches; 
pumping 

Transportation and Hoisting 

Methods Equipment 

Transportation of ore, waste, timber, men and supplies on 
surface and underground; hoisting from one level to another 
Includes loading, unloading, haulage systems, transference 
between two points 



622.7-623.1 



Decimal Classification 



268 



269 



Applied Science 



623.2-623.445 



622.7 



.78 



.8 



.81 



M 



623 



.1 



Ore Dressing 

Methods Equipment 

Separation and saving valuable minerals from valueless ma- 
terial of an ore; concentration into smaller bulk and weight. 
Is variously termed concentration, washing, separating or 

milling 

Includes comminution (breaking, grinding, crushing); con- 
centration by gravity, heavy fluid, flotation, amalgamation 
and magnetic methods; milling plant design 

For Preparation and treatment ot coal, see 662.623; Met- 
allurgical treatment of ores, including reduction and re- 
finement, 669 

It is recommended that Coal Washing be classified in 
662.623 

Mine Dangers and Their Prevention 

Includes fires, fall of rock and ore 

Explosions 

Causes Occurrence 

Accident Prevention and Relief 

Includes safety measures (signal systems, inspection and 
investigation of conditions, safety apparatus); organization 
for rescue and relief, first aid 

MILITARY ENGINEERING 

Military construction (fortifications, cantonments and depots, 
roads, bridges, pipe lines, railroads); design and use of weapons 
used in warfare; surveying, mapping, and procurement, storage 
and issue of engineering supplies 

For Maneuvers, strategy, tactics, see 355; Engineer Corps, 
356.94 

Fortification 

Strengthening defensive positions, places or areas by construc- 
tion of military works 

Includes permanent fortifications and field or temporary forti- 
fications 



623.2 



.3 



.38 



•4 



.41 



.42 



.43 



.44 



.445 



Offensive Engineering Operations 

Includes demolition of fortifications, mine fields, booby traps, 
bridges, rail communications, roads, docks; cutting of wire en- 
tanglements 

Defensive Engineering Operations 

Includes mine laying; creation of obstacles and preparation of 
demolition of communication facilities 

Design and Construction of Defenses Against Bombs and 
Shells 

Ordnance 

Design of weapons, such as guns, small arms; tools and ma- 
chinery used for war 
Includes naval ordnance (formerly classified in 623.9) 

For Gunsmithing^ see 683; Gnnner}% 623.5 

Artillery 

Guns of greater caliber than small arms and generally too 

heavy to be carried by hand 

Includes field, sea coast and antiaircraft, naval guns 

Types of Artillery 

Includes guns, howitzers, mortars 

Mounts and Carriages Armored Vehicles 

Includes tanks, half-tracks, self propelled artillery (tank de- 
stroyers), towed artillery 

Small Arms and Other Weapons 

Includes rifles, rifle grenades, carbines, pistols, machine and 
submachine guns, side arms (swords, bayonets, trench 
knives); bazookas 

For Gunsmithing, see 683 

Chemical Warfare Weapons 

Includes flame throwers, mortars for smoke and gas pro- 
jectiles 



62345"623-5 



Decimal Classification 



270 



623.45 



.451 



.452 



.454 



.46 



.5 



Ammunition 

Projectiles used with all types of firearms, together with 
requisite propcUants, bursting charges, fuses, cartridge cases 
and means of ignition 
Includes small arms ammunition (cartridges, bullets) 

For Explosive manufacture, see 662.2 

Projectiles 

Missiles used in modern warfare 

Includes bombs (demolition, fragmentation, gas and 
chemical, incendiary); grenades; shells (explosive, chem- 
ical, incendiary, gas, smoke, star); torpedos, rockets, 
guided missiles 

Incendiary bombs was formerly classified in 623.45431, 
Rockets in 623.45432 

For Gunsniithiiig, see 683; Chemical and bacteriolog- 
ical warfare, 356.93 

Explosives 

Chemical compounds used for propelling charges, burst- 
ing and demolition charges 

Includes nitrocellulose powders, TNT, cordite, melanite, 
amatol, fulminate 

For Explosive manufacture, see 662.2 

Detonators 

Includes fuses 

It is recommended that Incendiary bombs and Rockets 

be classified in 623.451 

Artillery Accessories 

Includes sighting and laying apparatus, range finders, tele- 
scopes, aiming circles, computers 

For Gunsmithing, see 683 

Gunnery 

Practical handling of artillery fire 

Includes sighting, range finding, firing and mathematical 

theory 

For Gunsmfthing, see 683 



271 



Applied Science 



623.53-623.81 



623.53 



.54 



.6 



.7 
,71 



,73 



.74 

,77 
.8 

.81 



Ballistics 

Science which deals with motion of projectiles 

Includes interior ballistics (movement of projectile within 

the bore); ballistic tables, instruments 

Exterior Ballistics 

Movement of projectile from time it leaves muzzle until it 
comes to rest 
Includes trajectory 

Military Engineering Operations 

Protection Obstruction Demolition Construction 
Operation Repair 

Includes temporary and rapid construction, operation and 
repair for military purposes of roads, railways, harbors, docks, 
bridges, power and light systems and water supply 

For Military architecture, see 72SA; Construction, 690 

Military Adaptations of Peacetime Techniques 

Military Topography 

Art of military sketching, map making and reading 
Includes mosaics, photogrammetry and reading of aerial 
photographs 

Military Communications 

Includes military use of signal communication, teletype, 
telephone, telegraph, radio (walkie-talkie) 

It is recommended that Military Aeronautics be classified 
in 629.1 

Camouflage Engineering 

Naval Engineering 

Design, construction, equipment and handling of ships 

Naval Architecture 

Design of ships 

Includes calculations and considerations of areas and mo- 
ments, stability, displacement, resistance and speed, rolling, 
structural strength, tonnage, steering and maneuvering 

For Graphic staticSj see S3 1. 2; Stiength oi materials, 
620.11; Fluid mechanics, 532 



623-82-623 -83 



Decimal Classification 



272 



623.82 



.821 



Shipbuilding 

Construction Maintenance Repair 

Includes construction of model ships of all types 

Historic Ships 

Includes galleys, privateers, clipper ships, early warships 



.822 



.823 



.824 



.825 



.828 



.829 



.83 



623.822-623.829 

MODERN SHIPBUILDING 

» 

Sailing Ships 

Includes small sailing craft, racing yachts, cruisers 

Small Power Craft 

Includes motorboats 

Passenger and Cargo Ships 

Includes passenger liners, cargo ships, bulk carriers (grain, 
coal), tankers (liquid cargo) for ocean and inland water 
transport, power yachts 

For Description ot liners, see 387.54; Merchant marine, 
387S 

Warships 

Includes battleships, aircraft carriers, cruisers, destroyers, 
submarines, motor torpedo boats (pt), patrol craft, land- 
ing craft (lst, lcc, lcm) 

For Number, disposition, see 359.3 J 

Special Purpose Ships 

Includes trawlers, dredgers, icebreakers, fireboats 

Other 

Includes hand propelled craft (canoes, lifeboats); towed 
craft (barges, scows) 

Shipbuilding Facilities 

Includes design and construction of model tanks and basins 
for experiment, slips and launching ways, drydocks, mold- 
lofts 



273 



Applied Science 



623.84-623.87 



623.84 



.85 

.852 



.853 



.854 



Building the Hull 

Use of wood, steel alloys; construction of body of ship (shell 
plating, framing decks and bulkheads) 
Includes joinery, riveting, welding, sheet metal work for 
shipbuilders (loftsmen, ship fitters, shipwrights) 

Electrical, Mechanical and Chemical Accessory Systems 

Marine Electricity 

Includes equipment, installation 

It is recommended that Masts and Gear be classified 
in 623.86 

For Electrica] engineering, see 621.3 

Marine Heating, Ventilating and Refrigeration 

For Heating and \entilating engineering, see 697; Re- 
frigeration engineering, 62 J. 56 

Marine Sanitation Systems 

Includes water distillation, fire detection and protective 
systems 

For Pnbhc health, see 6J4 



.86 



Equipment and Outfit 

Includes rigging (rope, masts, booms, yards, sails, cordage); 
gear (arrangement of machinery for working pumps, rudder, 
anchor, cargo); nautical instruments, wireless equipment, 
signal lights, life-saving equipment 

Gear and Masts was formerly classified in 623.85 



.87 



Marine Engineering 

Invention Design Building Installation Op- 
eration Repair 

Study of marine propulsion machinery and its auxiliaries 

For Theory oi resistance, see 532.5; Design involving 
calculation oi resistance, 623.81 



623.872-623.894 



Decimal Classification 



2J4 



623.872 



.873 



.874 
.88 



.89 



.892 



.893 



.894 



Marine Engines 

Includes steam engines (reciprocating and turbines). In- 
ternal combustion engines (gas, marine, Diesel) 

Marine engines was formerly classified in 621.12 

For Steam engineering, see 62 J. J; Diesel engineering, 

62 J. 43 6 

Marine Engine Auxiliaries 

Includes marine piping, condensers, blowers, pumps, 
boilers, gears, propellers and propulsion shafting 

Marine Fuels 

Seamanship 

Art and science by which all vessels are handled 

Includes ship handling (steering, small boat handling, 
towing, rescue at sea, formation); marlinspike seamanship 
(care, handling, knotting, splicing and use of wire and 
fiber rope); Rules of Road; use of ground tackle 

Navigation 

Art and science of determining position of vessels at any time 
and conducting them from one position to another 
Includes problems of position, distance and direction 

For Celestial navigarion or nautical astronomy, see S27 

Geo-navigation 

Includes piloting or conduct of vessels in channels, har- 
bors and along coasts where landmarks and aids to naviga- 
tion are available for fixing position; dead reckoning; 
methods of establishing distance covered and point 
reached by compass, observation, log reading 

Electronic Navigation 

Navigarion by radar, loran, Decca, Console 

Aids to Navigation 

Includes lighthouses, lightships, buoys (silent, sound, 
underwater sound signals); government charts and pub- 
licarions, e.g. Light Lists, Sailing Directions, Naviga- 
tional Tables, Tide and Current Tables 



275 



623.9 



Applied Science 



623.9-624.17 



It is recommended that Armor Protection of Warships be 
classified with Warship Construction, 623.825; Naval Ord- 
nance with Ordnance, 623.4 



624 



STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING 

Arrangement and proportioning of parts or elements of a struc- 
ture so that its function may be achieved with safety and 
economy 

Includes bridge, building, foundation, underpinning engineering 

For Design oi structures for beauty, see 720; Construction oi 
buildings, 690; Dam engineering, 627,8; Poit engineering, 
6273 



•1 
.15 



.151 



.152 



General Principles of Structural Engineering 
Earthwork and Foundation Engineering 

Includes excavating, shoring, pile foundations 

Mechanics of Engineering Soils 

Identification and classification Site investigation 

Includes engineering properties of soils (shear strength, 
moisture: density relationship, permeability, compress- 
ibility); earth pressure, including stability of slopes and 
foundations 

Tunneling 

For Specific purpose tunnels, see subject, e.g. Railroad 
tunnels, 625.13 



.16 



Retaining Walls, Embankment Engineering 

Includes abutments 



.17 



Theory of Structure 

Includes statically indeterminate structures 

For Graphic statics, see S3 1.2 



624.171-624-8 



Decimal Classification 



2y6 



277 



Applied Science 



625-625.22 



624,171 



.177 



.18 



.2 



3 



.5 
.6 



.7 



.8 



Stress Analysis 

Determination of magnitudes and forces which must be 
resisted bv parts or materials of structures 
Includes determination of loads which arise from weight 
of construction, use of structure, such natural forces as 
wind pressure, earthquake, weight of snow and ice; im- 
pact, lateral forces and reactions (shear, bending mo- 
ment) 

Design of Structural Elements 

Determination of materials to be used, shape and size of 
individual members in order to provide safety 
Includes restrained and rigid beams, girders, columns, 
arches, slabs, trusses, frames and structural fastenings and 
connections (bolts, rivets, pins, electric arc welding) 

Systems of Structural Engineering 

Includes timber, masonry (brick, cement, concrete, re- 
inforced concrete), iron and steel construction 

Girder Bridges 

Includes comprehensive treatment of all types of bridges; 
floor systems 

For Girder design, see 624.177; Railroad bridges, 625.13 

Trussed Bridges 

Includes cantilever bridges 
For Truss design, see 624.177 

Suspension Bridges 

Arch Bridges 

For Arch design, see 624.177; Historic arch fomiSy 7293 

Compound Structures 

Includes plate girder and suspension, trussed arch bridges 

Movable Bridges 

Includes drawbridges, swing, life, pontoon bridges 



625 



.1 



.11 



.12 



.13 



.14 



.16 



.19 



.2 



.22 



TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING 

Design Construction Maintenance Operation 

For Transportation administration, regulation, finance, facil- 
ities, services, see 385-388; Architecture of transportation 
buildings, 725.3; Channels of communication in city planning, 
71L7 

Railroad Engineering 

Design Construction Maintenance 

Includes standard gage and special types of railroads, e.g. 
narrow gage, elevated, underground, cable, street 

Electric traction was formerly classified in 621.33 
For Railroad transportation, see 385. J 

Railroad Surveying 

Includes reconnaissance, preliminary, locating surveys; 
grades, curves 

Roadbed 

Includes railroad earthwork, e.g. grading, drainage, cuts and 
fills 

Auxiliary Structures 

Includes railroad tunnels, railroad bridges 

Railroad Tracks 

Design, construction, maintenance of tracks 

Track Accessories 

Includes signals, switches, turnouts 

Model Railroads 

Includes model trains 



Rolling Stock 

Design Construction 

Cars 



Maintenance 



Includes carbuilding (formerly classified in 699) 



r 



625.25-627.12 



Decimal Classification 



278 



625.25 



.26 



.27 



.7 



.79 



J 



626 



627 



.1 



Accessory Equipment 

Includes brakes, couplings 

Locomotives 

Includes steam locomotives (formerly classified in 621.13); 
Electric locomotives (formerly classified in 621.334); Diesel 
locomotives 

Railroading 

Train operation 

Highway Engineering 

Design Construction (materials, equipment, processes) 

Maintenance 

Includes pavements (formerly classified in 625.8) 
For Street cleaning and snow removal, see 628.4 

Traffic Engineering 

Operation of highway systems Traffic planning 

Includes traffic characteristics; control devices, e.g. traffic 
signals and signs 

It is recommended that Pavements be classified in 625.7 

It is recommended that SHIP CANALS and LOCKS be 
classified in 627.13; IRRIGATION CANALS, in 627.5 

HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING 

Materials Apparatus Processes 

Water control, e.g. regulation of and protection against its 
natural action, its artificial conveyance for useful purposes, 
mechanical utilization of its force 
Includes hydraulic models, dredging 

For Water-supp/y engineering, see 628. J 

Inland Waterway Engineering 

Improvement of inland waterways for transportation 
For Inland waterway transportation, see 386 



.12 



River Engineering 



279 



Applied Science 



627.13-628.16 



627.13 Canal Engineering 

Construction of ship canals (formerly classified in 626.9) 
Includes locks (formerly classified in 626.4) 

.2 Harbor Engineering 

Improvement of harbors to keep them open and safe 
Includes breakwaters 

.3 Port Engineering 

Design and construction of port facilities, e.g. docks, piers, 
wharves 

For Aids to navigation, e.g. lighthonses, buoys, see 623.894 

A Flood Control Engineering 

Preventive and protective control of floods 
Includes impro\'cment of channels to lower flood heights; con- 
struction of flood control reservoirs, levees, river walls 

.5 Reclamation Engineering 

Reclamation of arid, marshy, or other waste land by construc- 
tion of drainage and irrigation systems 
Includes irrigation canals (formerly classified in 626.8) 

For Agricultural drainage and irrigation, see 631.6-7 

A Dam Engineering 

Design and construction of dams 
Includes sluices, spillways, weirs 

628 SANITARY ENGINEERING 

Design, construction, operation of all works contributing to pub- 
lic health 

For Public health measures for sanitation and control of en- 
vironment, see 6 J 4.7 

.1 Water-supply Engineering 

Waterworks or water-supply plants; procurement, storage, dis- 
tribution, consumption of water 

.16 Water Purification 

Aeration, coagulation and sedimentation, filtration, disin- 
fection of raw waters for removal of iron, color, taste, odor, 
hardness, turbidity 



628.3-629.1 



Decimal Classification 



280 



628.3 



A 



5 



.8 



.9 



Sewage Disposal 

Includes sewage disposal plants, sewage collection, sewage 
treatment by dilution, screening, tank and secondary treat- 
ment; disposal of liquid effluent and sludge 

Municipal Sanitation 

Street cleaning; collection of municipal wastes, e.g. garbage, 
ashes, street sweepings, dead animals, rubbish; refuse disposal 
by incineration, burying, reduction 
Includes snow removal 

Industrial Sanitation 

Trade waste utilization, treatment, disposal 

Includes industrial plant sanitation; treatment of air pollution 

from effluvium and smoke; stream pollution from trade wastes 

For Waste recovery and utilization in specific manufactures, 
see manufactures, e.g. Waste liquor recovery in pulp manu- 
facture, 676.1 

It is recommended that Heating, Ventilating and Air Con- 
ditioning Engineering be classified in 697 

It is recommended that Illumination Engineering be classi- 
fied in 621.32 



629 



OTHER BRANCHES OF ENGINEERING 

Includes comprehensive material on automotive engineering 
(aeronautical, motor vehicle) 



629.1-629.18 

In order to shorten the base number for aeronautics, 
3 has been dropped from 629.13, the number used 

in previous editions 



.1 



Aeronautics 

Includes military aeronautics 

FoT Air transportation including economics, business, and 
finance of air transport, see 387.7; Vocational guidance in 
aeronautics, 3 7 J. 42 5 



281 



Applied Science 



629.107-629.132 



629.107 



109 



12 
123 

125 



.126 



.13 
.131 



Study and Teaching 

Includes aeronautical research and experimentation, lab- 
oratories and wind tunnels; education and training aero- 
nautics; engineering colleges, technical institutes 

For Training in specific fields of acwnauticSy see spe- 
cific number, e.g. Flight training, 629.126; Courses of 
study and curricula designed foi elementary and second- 
ary schools, 375 

History 

Includes broad studies of air policy, accounts of flights 
and flight records 

For Accounts of Rights by balloon or airship, see 
629.132 

Basic Considerations 
Aerodynamics of Flight 

Air Navigation 

Includes astronomy for air pilots (celestial and electronic 
navigation; aids, aerial maps, charts, almanacs) 

It is recommended that Aviation medicine be classified 
in 616.98; Commercial airways and aerial routes, 

387.72 

For Navigation instruments; see 629.15 

Piloting of Airplanes Flying 

Includes flight training, instrument flying 

For Fighter pilot training, see 358.43 

Aircraft 

Aircraft Models and Model Making 



.132 



Lighter than Air 

Development Description Design Construc- 
tion Operation 

Includes balloons, blimps, airships, and accounts of 
flights by balloon or airship 



629-i33-62,9.i5 



Decimal Classification 



282 



629.133 



.1333 
.1335 

.1339 
.14 



.141 
.142 



,143 



.1435 

.14353 

.1436 

.144 

.15 



Heavier than Air Airplanes 

Development Description Identification 

Includes transport, military, personal and research types 
of aircraft; seaplanes, flying boats, amphibians 

For Guided missiles, see 623.451 
Gliders Soaring Planes Soaring Flight 

Rotating Wing Types 

Autogiro Helicopter 

Other Heavier-than-air Aircraft 

Airplane Design and Construction 

Includes performance, performance calculations, testing, 
comfortization (heating, ventilating), interior design 

Stress Analysis and Structures 

Aircraft Production and Maintenance 

Includes materials, drafting room practice, riveting, sheet 
metal work, welding 

Parts and Details 

Wings, fuselages, control surfaces 

Includes electric and hydraulic equipment and landing 

gear 

Aircraft Power Plants 

Includes general, reciprocating, and compound engines 

Jet and Rocket Engines, Gas Turbines 

Rockets and interplanetary travel 

Propellers 
Protective and Safety Devices 

Aircraft Instruments 

Includes flight, navigation, engine instruments 

For Meteorological instruments, see 551.591 



283 



Applied Science 



629.16-629.23 



629.16 



.18 



.2 



.22 



.226 



.227 



.23 



Airports Airdromes Seadromes 

Location Design Construction 

Includes landing aids and communications equipment 

Where interest in airports lies chiefly in communica- 
tion planning, class in 711.7; if in architecture, 725.3 

For Airport administration and regulation, see 387.73 

Uses Operating Problems 

Includes use of aircraft for crop dusting, pipe line patrol, 
forest patrol, prospecting, and sky writing; technical and 
engineering aspects of operation of airplanes for commercial 
air transport, e.g. airplane weight and balance problems, 
cargo loading, refuelling in flight, cruise control for effi- 
ciency, noise, ice prevention and removal 

For Air sports, see 797.5; Aerial photography, 778.3; 

Photogrammetry, 526.98 

Motor Vehicle Engineering 

Includes registration, title, taxes, licenses, inspection, financial 
management; model making 

For Insurance, see 368.S7; Form divisions 01-09, p. Iv 

Motor Vehicles 

Description of passenger automobiles (prix-ate, taxicabs, 
buses); trucks, tractors; handbooks and manuals for spe- 
cific makes of cars 

For Automobiles characterized by type ot motor, e.g. elec- 
tric automobiles, see 629.25; Design and construction, 
629.23-.27; Operation, 62928 

Trailers 

Description Construction 

Bicycles and Motorcycles 

Description Operation Repair 

Motor Vehicle Production 

Includes automotive materials; production methods, equip- 
ment, plant especially used in automobile production; test- 
ing of automobiles 

For Testing of materials, see 620.1 12 



629'24~6^9'2^7 



Decimal Classification 



284 



629.24 



.25 



.253 

.254 
.255 
.256 

.26 
.27 
.28 



.287 



Design and Construction of Automobiles 

Includes running gear (frame, springs, axles, wheels); trans- 
mission (clutch, change speed gear, drive shaft with uni- 
versal joints, differential); control system (steering device, 
throttle and spark control, hand levers, foot pedals, brake 
system ) 

Automobile Power Plants 

Includes steam, electric and internal combustion (gasoline, 
Diesel) engines and their parts (cylinders, pistons, bearmgs, 
valves, manifolds) 

For Repair, see 629.287 

Fuel and Fuel System 

Includes carburetor 

Ignition System 
Lubrication System 
Cooling System 

Automobile Body Work 

Includes trimming, finishing 

Automobile Accessories 

Includes lights, signals 

Operation of Motor Vehicles 

Includes safe driving; operation of passenger automobiles, 
motor trucks, tractors 

For Training and testing of drivers, see 629.207; Auto- 

inobiling, 796.7 

Maintenance and Repair of Motor Vehicles 

Includes greasing, lubrication, repair of all parts; service 
and repair manuals of specific make cars 



630 AGRICULTURE 

For Rural sociology, see 30]. 35; Form divisions .1-.9, p. Iv; ex- 
ception .2 follows: 

630 24 Agricultural Chemistry 

For Specific applications, see subject, e.g. Soil chemistry, 

631.41 

631 FARM MANAGEMENT 

For Application of following to specific products, see product, 
e.g. Management of truck garden farm, 635; Animal husbandry, 
636-639 

.1 Business Management of Farms 

Techniques , 

Includes problems of selection (location, means of communi- 
cation, value), rental (share system), layout, types of farm 
For Land economics, see 353; Economic theories and sta- 
tistics of agricultural production, 338.1 

.16 Financial Management of Farms 

Accounting Bookkeeping 

\\^herc interest lies chiefly in Accounting, class in 657.5 

.18 Marketing of Farm Products 

Includes cooperative markets 

For Marketing specific products, see product, e.g. Melons, 
635.6; Agricultural markets, prices, 338.1 

.2 Farm Buildings 

Where interest lies chiefly in Architecture, class in 720; e.g 
Farm houses, 728.6; Outbuildings, 728.9 

631.3-632 SOIL AND CROP MANAGEMENT 

For Specific crop management, see crop, e.g. 
Wheat production in U. S., 633.1 

.3 Farm Machinery and Equipment 

Operation Maintenance Catalogs 

285 



631.37-631-5 



Decimal Classification 



286 



63137 



.4 



.41 

.411 
.43 



.45 



.46 



.5 



Power and Power Machinery on the Farm 

Sources of power Engines Tractors 
For Rural electrification, see 338.39 

Pedology 

Includes analysis, experimentation, surveys and classification of 
soils of specific localities 

Chemical Composition 
Soil Mineralogy 

Physical Properties 

Includes colloidal, organic matter; moisture 

Erosion Control 

Wind erosion Water erosion 

Includes contour and strip planting, terracing, control of 
gullies with soil holding plants, crop rotation, grassed 
channel ways to carry off water, cover crops for seasona 
practices, use of crop residues and mulches as methods ot 
conservation, tree strips 

For Economic theory, legislation, and public policy of 
conservation of agricultural land, see 333.76; Irrigation, 
63 J. 7; Fertilizers, 631.8 

Biological Processes 

Includes nitrification and inoculation (formerly classified in 
631.8472); microbiology of soils 

Crop Production 

Tillage (preparation and working the soil) Propagation 
(increase of new plants from existing plants by planting graft- 
ing, cuttings, layering) Growing (pruning, sheltered grow- 
ing) Harvesting Storage 

For Fertilizers, see 631.8; Irrigation, 631.7; Specific crop 
production, the crop, e.g. Corn and corn growing, 63 3. i; 
Power and power machinery, 631.37 



287 



631.52 



.58 



.8 



.82 



.83 



Apphed Science 



631.52-631.83 



Breeding 

Regulation and inspection Catalogs Seed industry 
Crossing Hybridizing 

Origin of new plants (new species and new varieties) 

Special Methods 

Includes soil management (crop rotation and fallowing); dry 
land farming; soilless culture (variously called hydroponics, 
tank, chemical, water culture) 

Drainage 

Draining of swampy or marshy ground by simple ditches and 

drains 

For Engineering construction, see 627-628; Economic as- 
pects legislation, and public policy of drainage, 333.72; 
Reclamation which includes drainage and irrigation as major 
engineering or national economic problems, 628 or 333.72 

Irrigation 

Distribution and storage of water by simple ditches or irriga- 
tion canals, wells or reservoirs 

For Engineering construction, see 627-628; Economic as- 
pects, legislation, and public policy, 333.72; Reclamation 
which includes drainage and irrigation as ma/or engineering 
or national economic problems, 627 or 333.72 



Use 



Fertilizers and Manures 

Source Production and manufacture Analysis 
Control (legislation and inspection) 

Includes commercial fertilizers (formerly classified in 668.6) 

Minor Elements 

Includes calcium (lime), sulfur (from gypsum), magne- 
sium, manganese, iron, boron, copper, zinc 

Potash Fertilizer Materials 

Includes muriate of potash (potassium chloride), sulfate 
of potash, Kainit or manure salt, wood ashes, seaweed 



631.84-6324 



Decimal Classification 



288 



631.84 



.85 



.86 



.87 



632 



.1 

.2 
.3 



Nitrogenous Fertilizer Materials 

Includes nitrate of soda, sulfate of ammonia, dried blood, 
tankage, fish, muck, peat, humus, the synthetics (ammo- 
nium nitrate, cyanamid, calcium nitrate, urea and ammonia 
liquors) 

It is recommended that Soil inoculation and nitrification 

be classified in 631.46 

Phosphoric Fertilizer Materials 

Includes rock phosphates, superphosphates or acid phos- 
phates, basic slag, bone meal 

Manures 

Includes horse, cow, hog, poultry, sheep manures, guano 
(formerly classified in 631.854) 

Vegetable Manures 

Includes green manures (rye, clo\'er, vetch, cow peas which 
are plowed under while still green), compost (decomposed 
or refuse materials, e.g. leaves, vegetable, peat moss) 

INJURIOUS FACTORS IN CROP 

PRODUCTION 

Origin Dissemination Effects Control 

Includes diseases, pests and blights 

For Injurious iactois in animal husbandry, see 636 

Elements 

Includes extremes of heat, cold; hail, wind, floods, drought 

Galls 

Bacteria 

Includes bacterial blights (fire blight, wilt, black rot) 

For Systematic classification and discussion of bacteria, see 
589.9' 

Fungi 

Includes rusts, smuts, bunts, mildews, molds, rots 

For Systematic classification and discussion ot fungi, see 
589.2; Fungicides, 632.95 



289 



Applied Science 



632.5-633 



632.5 



.58 



JS 



.7 



A 



.9 



.95 



633 



Injurious Plants 

Includes injurious parasitic plants, e.g. mistletoe, dodder 

Weeds 

Includes bindweed, mesquite, prickly pear, crab grass 

Injurious Animals 

Includes birds, rodents 

Injurious Insects 

Includes grasshoppers, locusts, crickets, plant lice, scale insects, 
beetles, weevils, maggots, flies, midges, fleas, moths, caterpil- 
lars, ants, wasps 

For Insecticides, see 632.95; Systematic classification and 

discussion oi insects^ 595.7 

Other Injurious Factors 

Includes virus infections 

Control 

Includes inspection and regulation by government; quarantine, 
spraying, fumigating; by natural enemies; biological control 

Preparations 

Includes fungicides, insecticides, rodenticides, herbicides, 
bactericides, pesticides, DDT 

5^^-635 PRODUCTION OF SPECIFIC CROPS 

Business management Propagation Vaheties 
Growing Yield Storage Marketing 

For Crop production in general, see 631.5; Economic theories oi 
agricultural production, e.g. Overproduction oi wheat, 338. J7 

FIELD CROPS 

Plants grown in fields under an extensive system of culture 
Includes forage crops when considered inclusively (pasture 
grasses, cereals and legumes grown for hay, pasture or silage; and 
root crops used for feeding livestock) 



633-1-633-8 



Decimal ChssiRcation 



2 go 



633.1 



2 



3 



A 



.8 



Cereals or Grain Crops 

Grass grown for its edible grain 

Includes wheat, oats, barley, rye, corn, grain sorghum, grain 

flax, buckwheat, rice, seed producing millets 

Pasture Grasses 

Grasses upon which animals graze or pasture 

Includes blue grass and the hay grasses (redtop, orchard grass, 

timothy) 

Pasture Legumes 

Includes alfalfa, clover, sweet clover and Icspedeza 

Root Crops 

Plants whose principal value is underground part which is 
used instead of hay 

Includes true roots (sugar beets, turnips, rutabagas, stock 
beets) and tubers (sweet potatoes) 

For Potatoes, carrots, parsnips and sweet potatoes used as 
vegetables, see 635,1 and .2 

Fiber Crops 

Plants grown primarily for textile or other industrial uses 
Includes cotton, hemp, flax 

Sugar Crops 

Plants selected and developed for their sugar 
Includes sugar cane, sugar beet, sorghum 

For Sugar beets used for fodder, see 633. 4; Soighum as 
cereal, 633.1 

Alkaloidal Crops 

Plants grown for use as stimulants 
Includes tobacco, tea, coffee, cocoa 

For Manufacture of tea, coiJee, cocoa, see 663.9; oi tobacco 
products, 679.2 

Miscellaneous Field Crops 

Includes plants under extensive culture for use as flavoring; as 
source of oil, dye 

For Heibs grown intensively in gardens, see 63 S 7 



291 



Applied Science 



633.88-634-9 



633,88 Medicinal Plants 

Includes ginseng, quinine, digitalis 

634 FRUIT CULTURE 

Propagation Varieties Growing Yield Storage 

Marketing 

Includes small fruits, nuts 

May be divided alphabetically by name of fruit instead of 

numerically as follows: 

For Diseases and control, see 632 

,1 Apple Family Fruits 

Includes pear, crabapple, quince 

.2 Peach Family Fruits 

Includes plum, cherr)% apricot 

.3 Citrus Family Fruits 

Includes orange, grapefruit, lime, lemon 

.4 Other Tropical Fruits 

Includes guava, papaya, mango 

.5 Nuts 

Includes walnut, butternut, hickory nut, pecan, chestnut, ha- 
zel nut, almond 

.6 Palm Family and Miscellaneous Fruits 

Includes coconut, date, olive, avocado 

.7 Small Bush or Herblike Fruits 

Includes currant, blackberry, raspberry, blueberry, cranberry, 
strawberry, pineapple, banana 

.8 Grapes 

Table, wine, raisin 

.9 Forestry 

Art and science of managing forests and converting the product 
to greatest economic and industrial service 

For Form divisions 01-09, see p. Iv 



634.92-634-95 



Decimal Classification 



292 



634.92 



Forest Economics 

Includes physical influence of forests upon soil, water re- 
sources; their social influence upon man 



.925 



.927 



.928 



.94 



.95 



Forest Policy 

Public forests 



Private forests 



Principles which govern the administration of the for- 
est for its best permanent use 

Includes formulation of laws and policies; conservation 
of water, wild life, timber for future use; forage for 
livestock; esthetic and spiritual values; facilities for rec- 
reation 

For Forests as part of natural resources conservation 
problem^ see 333.75 

Statistics of Forest Resources 

Forest resources includes forest land area together with 
growing stock or timber capital it carries 
Includes statistics of amount and value of production; dis- 
tribution, consumption of timber; forest industries 

Forest and Forest Industries Management 

Personnel Business management (accounting, budgets 
and accounts) Preparation of plans Finance (val- 
uation, insurance, taxation) Mensuration (determin- 
ing volume of timber stands, growth and yield) 

Forest Ecology or Silvics 

Reaction of individual trees and tree groups to environment 
Includes site factors (light, soil, moisture, climate) 

For Action ot iorests on environment, see 634.92 

Silviculture 

Establishment, development, care and reproduction of 
stands of timber 

Includes silvicultural systems of reproduction (selection, 
seed tree, clear cutting, shelterwood and coppice); improve- 
ment cutting and thinning 



293 



Applied Science 



634.956-634.99 



634.956 



.96 



.97 



.972 



.975 



.98 



.986 



.99 



Forestation 

Establishment of forest stands 

Includes seeds and secdagc, planting or reforestation, 

nursery practice 

Forest Protection 

Includes methods of protecting forests from fire; climatic 
influences, pests, trespass, grazing 

For Bacteria, fungi, insects injurious to specific trees, see 
632; Legislation, 634.925 

Taxonomic Forestry 

Application of forestry principles to individual tree species 

Deciduous Trees 

Includes oak, maple, poplar, chestnut, beech, birch, 
linden, elm 

Coniferous Trees 

Includes pine, spruce, hemlock, fir, cypress, cedar, larch, 
sequoia 

Forest Utilization 

Most profitable use of forest products 

Includes logs and logging and rough uses to which wood is 
put (cross ties, poles, pihng, posts, mine timbers), wood 
identification, structure, tests, properties 

For Lumbering, see 674; Cheniical utilization oi wood 
and wood distillation, 668 J; Charcoal, 662.65; Wood 
pulp, 676.12; Wood using industries (cooperage, veneer, 
excelsior), 674.8; Engineering properties, 620.12 

Saps 

Production of naval stores, latex, maple sap, natural gums 
and resins 

For Manufacture or utilization of latex into rubber, see 
678.5; Use ot gums and resins in plastics, 668.4; Plant- 
ing and growing of trees, 634.95 

Other Uses of Forests 

Includes grazing and pasture use, farm woodlands 



635-635-8 



Decimal Classification 



294 



635 



3 



.4 



•5 



.7 



A 



HORTICULTURE 

Business management Propagation Varieties Growing 
or culture Diseases and control Storage Marketing 

Plants usually grown on a smaller scale than field crops; for 
food, ornament, home use, or commercial market 
Includes gardening, truck gardening, home gardening, vege- 
table gardens, flower gardens 

May be arranged alphabetically by name of vegetable instead 
of numerically as follows: 

For Landscape gardening (design, planning, descriptions of 
gardens), see 712; Vegetables grown extensively as field 
crops or for pasture or fodder, 633 

Edible Roots 

Includes beets, turnips, carrots, parsnips, radishes 

Edible Tubers and Bulbs 

Includes potatoes, onions 

Edible Leaves, Flowers, Stems 

Includes asparagus, artichokes, cabbage, Brussels sprouts 

Greens 

Includes spinach, chard, rhubarb 

Salads 

Includes lettuce, celery, water cress 

Edible Seeds and Fruits 

Includes melons, squash, cucumbers, tomatoes, beans, peas, 
corn 

Condiment and Sweet Herbs 

Includes mint, dill, anise, caraway, parsley 

Mushrooms 

Includes truffles 



295 



Applied Science 



635.9-636.08 



635.9 



.93 



.931 
.932 



.97 



.977 



636 



Flower Gardening or Floriculture 

Flowers and ornamental plants grown for home use or com- 
mercial market 

Includes management of florist business, greenhouses, nurs- 
eries; flower shows, culture of special kinds of gardens, e.g. 
rock, water, tropical 

For Description, planning, and use of flowers to achieve spe- 
cific purpose in landscape design, see 712.62; Systematic 
classification and discussion of flowers, 583-589 

Individual Plants 

Propagation Breeding Growing Diseases and con- 
trol Harvesting Marketing (packing, shipping) 

Includes specific flowers, e.g. roses, orchids, asters, gera- 
niums, ferns, grass 

Annuals and Biennials 
Perennials 

Plants for Home Use 

Includes house plants, window gardens, miniature gardens, 
use and arrangement of cut flowers 

Ornamental Shrubs, Vines, Trees 

Includes climbers 

Ornamental Trees 

Includes culture of trees for shade, city streets and orna- 
mentation 

For Use in landscape planning, see 71S; Fnnt tree cul- 
ture, 634; Forest stands of trees, 634.9; Systematic 
classification and description of trees, 582. J 6 



Feeding Training 



ANIMAL HUSBANDRY 

Management Breeding Care 
Judging Diseases and control 

Includes birds, fish, bees, and animals as pets 

For Scientific classification and description, see 590 



.08 



Techniques of Livestock Production 



636.081-636.0892 



Decimal ChssiEcation 



296 



636.081 



.082 



.083 



Business Management 

Includes problems of selection of stock, finance, manage- 
ment of stock farms, ranches, ranges 

For Ranges as problem of land use, see 333.74 

Stock Breeding 

Includes inbreeding, crossbreeding, artificial insemination, 
control of sex and reproduction 

Care of Stock 

Includes protection from predatory animals, extremes of 
climate; grooming, cleanliness, care of harness 

For Architecture of stables, see 728.9; PTCvention and 
treatment oi disease, 636.089; Food, 636.085 



.085 



.086 



.087 



.089 



.0891 



.0892 



Nutrition 

Composition Experimentation Nutritive value 

Adulteration legislation 

Includes fodder, silage, commercial preparations and 
individual foods, e.g. hay, oats, corn (formerly classi- 
fied in .086), garden crops, animal and mineral food 
(formerly classified in .087) 

It is recommended that Hay, Oats, Corn be classified in 
.085 

It is recommended that Garden Crops, Animal and 
Mineral Food be classified in .085 

Veterinary Medicine 

Veterinary medicine was formerly classified in 619 

Anatomy 

Includes histology, cmbr)ology 

For Comparative anatom\', see 59 J. 4 

It is recommended that Physiology be classified in 
591.1 



297 



Apph'ed Science 



636.0894-636.1 



636.0894 



.0895 



.0896 



.0897 



.0898 



Public Health and Preventive Medicine 

Includes laws relating to practice of veterinary medicine 
(veterinary jurisprudence); control and eradication of 
infectious livestock diseases ( formerly classified in 
614.9) 

For Control oi health hazards in milk and miJk pro- 
duction, see 61 4.3 

Therapeutics 

Treatment of disease 

Includes pharmacology, posology 

For Treatment of specific diseases, see disease 

Internal and Clinical Disease 

Etiology ( cause ) Pathology ( nature ) Treat- 

ment 

Includes diseases of special organs (lungs, liver, kid- 
ney); parasitic diseases; diseases due to specific in- 
fection or virus, e.g. tuberculosis, anthrax, foot and 
mouth disease, rinderpest, malaria 

For Diseases oi specific animals^ see animal 

Surgery 

Includes dentistry 

Obstetrics 



1 



636.1-636.9 PRODUCTION OF SPECIFIC ANIMALS 

Selection Breeding Care Feeding 

Business management Diseases and control 

Showing Marketing 

May he arranged alphahetically by animal instead of 

numerically as iollows 

Horse Husbandry 

Includes Oriental, light or race, saddle, heavy or dray horses, 

ponies 

For Horse racing, see 798.4; Horsemanship, 798.2; Horse 
shows, 798; Scientific description and classification, 599.72 



636.18-636.5 



Decimal ChssiGcation 



298 



636.18 

.2 

•21 



.22 



.23 



.28 



.29 



.3 



.39 



.4 



.5 



Allied Animals 

Includes mule, burro 

Cattle Husbandry 

Beef and Dairy Cattle Production 

For Production of specific breeds, see breed, e.g. Breeding of 
Jerseys, 636.22; Scientific description and classification, 
599.73 

English Cattle 

Includes beef breeds (Shorthorns, Hereford, Aberdeen An- 
gus); dairy breeds (Jersey, Guernsey, Ayrshire); dual pur- 
pose breeds (Devon, English longhorns) 

German, Dutch, Swiss Cattle 

Includes beef breeds; dairy breeds (Holstein, Frisian) dual 
purpose breeds 

American Cattle 

Includes beef breeds (Texas longhorns); dairy breeds (Hold- 
erness) 

Allied Animals 

Includes domesticated reindeer, buffalo, camel 

Sheep, Goat Husbandry 

Sheep farm management Grazing management Prep- 
aration and marketing 

Includes English, Spanish breeds; Merinos, Karakul sheep 

For Scientific description and classification, see 599.73 

Goat Husbandry 

Includes milk goats and goats produced for wool 

Swine Husbandry 

Production of swine for meat, shortening 

FoT Scientific description and classification ^ see 599.73 

Poultry Husbandry 

Production of poultry and eggs, marketing 
Includes Leghorns, Rhode Island Reds, Bantams 

For Scientific description and classification, see 598.2 



299 



636.59 



£ 



.7 



.71 



•77 

.78 

A 

.87 



.88 



Apphed Science 



636.59-636.88 



Other Fowl 

Includes turkey, guinea, pheasant, pigeon, duck, goose, quail 
and other game birds 

Aviculture 

Production of birds useful for plumage; pets 
Includes canary, finch, parrot 

For Scientific description and classification of birds, see 
598.2 



Care Feeding Training 



Dogs 

Selection Breeding 

Diseases and control 

For Scientific description and classification of dogs^ see 
599.744 

Breeds 

Includes setter, wolfhound, terrier 

For Emphasis upon use of dog, see 72-76 



.72 


Working Dogs 


.74 


Watch and Herd Dogs 




Includes Seeing eye dogs 


.75 


Hunting Dogs 


.76 


Pet Dogs 



Pictures and Illustrations of Dogs 

For Painting of dogs, see 758 

It is recommended that Essays, Stories of Dogs be classi- 
fied in 800 



Cats 



Pictures and Illustrations of Cats 

For Painting of cats, see 758; Scientific description and 
classification of cats, 599.744 

It is recommended that Essays, Stories of Cats be classi- 
fied in 800 



636.9-638-11 



Decimal Classification 



300 



636.9 



657 



.1 
.11 

.12 

.13 



.14 



.17 

.18 

1 



.3 



638 



.1 
.11 



Other Animal Production 

Includes mink, fox, rabbit and other animals raised for fur 
(fur famiing); hamster, rats and mice for scientific experiments 

DAIRY INDUSTRY 

Management Production Analysis Testing Marketing 

Milk and Cream Industry 

Business Management 

Includes accounting, prices 

Production 

Includes dairy practices, analysis and testing 

Care of Milk 

Includes sanitation in handling; apparatus and supplies; 
preservation by chilling, heating, pasteurizing; transportation 

Utilization 

Includes dry, condensed, fermented and evaporated milk 

For \cQ CTcam industry, see 664 AS 

Other Milk 

Includes goat milk 

Milk Substitutes 

Butter Industry 

Management Production Analysis Testing Marketing 

For Butter substitutes, see 664.3 

Cheese Industry 

Management Production Analysis Testing Vari- 
eties Marketing 

BEE, SILKWORM CULTURE 
Beekeeping or Apiculture 

Management 

Includes finances, selection of stock 



301 



Apph'ed Science 



638.12-63g.28 



638.12 Bees 

Includes anatomv, physiology, habits, varieties 

FoT Scientific description and classification* of bees, see 
595.799 

.13 Food 

.14 ■ Hive Management 

Includes handling beehives (breeding, swarming control), 
diseases 

.16 Honey Production 

Composition Preparation Varieties Marketing 

.2 Silkworm Culture or Sericulture 

639 HUNTING FISHING INDUSTRIES 

Includes sponge and coral fisheries 

For Hunting and fishing as sport, see 799; Consen^ation ot 
wild life, 333.78 

.1 Hunting Industries 

Trapping animals for food and fur 

For Hunting as sport, see 799.2; Fur farming, 636.9; Con- 
servation of wild life, 333.78 

.2 Fishing, Sealing, Whaling Industries 

For Fishing as sport, see 799. J; Conservation of wild life, 
333.78 

.21 Fresh Water Fisheries 

Fisheries are considered both as fishing industry and places 
where fish may be caught 

For Specific fishery, see 639.27; PreseTvation of fish, 664.9 

.22 Salt Water Fisheries 

For Specific fishery, see 639.27 

.27 Individual Fisheries 

Includes salmon, herring, halibut, cod 

For Scientific description and classification of fish, see 597 

.28 Whaling 



639.29-639-5 



Decimal Classification 



^02 



639,29 
.3 



.37 

A 

.41 
.5 



Sealing 

Fish Culture 

Management Breeding Care Diseases and control 

Includes hatcheries, stocking of fresh water and salt water 

Individual Fish Culture 

Includes goldfish, frogs 

Shell Fisheries 

Management Culture 

Oysters and Clams 

Lobster Fisheries 

Includes crabs and other crustaceans 



Diseases and control 



640 HOME ECONOMICS 



Art and science of homcmalcing Activities in field of home eco- 
nomics 

641 FOOD 

,01 Epicurism 

Includes pleasure of eating; esthetics of cookery, epicures, 
gourmets 

.1 Nutrition and Dietetics 

Applied nutrition 

Includes nutrients required to meet body needs, their propor- 
tion in various foods, application of principles of nutrition m 
diet control 

For Laboratory techniques and methods of chemical analy^ 

sis, see 543. J; Dietotherapy, 6] 5.85 

3 Food Selection and Buying 

Quality, cost, and other factors in buying food 

A Home Preservation of Food 

For Commercial methods of food preservation, see 664.8 

.5 Food Preparation 

Includes cook books, general recipes, and specific directions 

.56 Special Cookery 

Cookery for children and invalids, vegetarian recipes, reli- 
gious food observances, wartime cookery 

.57 Quantity Cookery 

Hotel and restaurant cookery, army and navy cookery, ship- 
board cookery 

.578 Outdoor Cookery 

.58 Cookmg with Special Apparatus and Utensils 

Includes pressure cookery, casserole cookery 

.59 National Cookery 

Recipes for dishes characteristic of special regions 

303 



641.6-642.7 



Decimal Classification 



304 



641.6 



.8 



.86 



Preparation of Specific Foodstuffs 

Includes herb cookery, breadmaking, wine cookery 

For Commercial baking, see 66475 

Composite Dishes 

For Beverages, see 663 



.81 


Sauces, Relishes, Appetizers 


.83 


Salads 


.84 


Sandwiches 


.85 


Confectionery 



Candies, sweets, bonbons 

For Commercial manufacture ot confectionery, see 664. J 5 

Ice Cream 

Includes ices, sherbets, puddings 

For Commercial manufacture of ice cream, see 664. J 5 



642 



.1 



.4 



.47 
.5 



.6 



.7 



DINING AND ENTERTAINING 

Menus 

Meal planning 

Entertaining 

Refreshments for luncheons, dinners, receptions, buffet sup- 
pers, banquets, teas 

Catering 

Table Systems 

Table d'hote, a la carte, and other systems of serving large 
numbers 

Table Service 

Setting the table, carving, serving, changing courses 

Table Furnishings 

Linen, china, silver, crystal 



305 



Apphed Science 



643-646.4 



643 



.3 



.4 
.5 



.6 



.7 



644 



645 



646 



.01 

.2 



.3 



,4 



HOME PLANNING 

Location and arrangement of the home for convenient and eco- 
nomic administration 

For Domestic architecture, see 728; Building, 690; Interior 

decoration, 747 

Kitchen 

Planning for convenience: location, arrangement, equipment 

Dining Room 

Other Special Rooms 

Bathroom, laundry 

Household Appliances 

Electrical appliances 

Household Repair 

It is recommended that HOUSEHOLD HEATING and 
VENTILATION be classified in 697; LIGHTING in 

621.32 

It is recommended that HOUSE FURNISHING be 
classified in INTERIOR DECORATION, 747 

CLOTHING AND PERSONAL APPEARANCE 

For Costume, see 39 J; Apparel njanufacturing, dress design, 
fashion modeling, 687 

Fashions 



Knitting Crocheting 



Needlework 

Sewing Mending Darning 
Tatting Embroidery 

Clothing Selection and Buying 

Guides to quality, workmanship 

Clothing Construction 

Directions to amateurs for cutting and fitting, remodeling, 
pattern making for various types of clothing and accessories 
for men, women, and children 

For Ready-made clothing and tailoring, see 687.1 



646.5-647-96 



Decimal ChssiEcation 



306 



646.5 



.6 



.7 
.72 

.73 

.74 
.75 



647 



.1 



.2 



.9 

.92 

.94 
.95 



Millinery 

Hat making at home 

For Commercial millinery, see 687 

Care of Clothing 

Home care of clothing: cleaning, dyeing, spotting 

For CommeTcial dry cleaning, see 667.12; Commercial dye- 
ing, 667.2; Home laundering, 648.1 

Care of Personal Appearance 
Beauty Shops 

Cosmetics and Skin Care 

For Cosmetic manufacture, see 668.S 

Hairdressing and Barbering 
Manicure and Massage 

HOUSEHOLD ORGANIZATION AND 

ADMINISTRATION 

Household Financial Plan 

Includes budgets, finances, costs, shopping and buying for the 
home 

For Food selection and buying, see 6413; Clothing selection 
and buying, 6463 

Household Employees 

Selection, training, duties of housekeeper, hostess, cook, butler, 
maid, waitress, laundress, janitor, gardener 

Institution Management 

Apartment House Management 

Hotel Management 

Includes inns, taverns, hostels, clubs 

Restaurant Management 

Includes cafeterias, tea rooms, canteens, soda fountains, bars 



.96 



Care of Public Buildings 



307 



647.97 



648 



.1 



.5 



.7 



649 



.1 



.8 



Applied Science 



647.97-649.8 



Tourist Accommodation Management 

Includes tourist and trailer camps, tourist homes, motor 
courts 

HOUSEHOLD SANITATION 

Home Laundering 

Home processes, equipment, supplies 

For Home processes of dry cleaning, see 646.6; Commercial 
Jaundering, 667.13 

House Cleaning 

Sweeping, dusting, polishing, dishwashing 

Household Pests 

Control and eradication 

HOME CARE OF CHILDREN AND HOME 

NURSING 

Child Care 

Guides for parents on care and training of infants and children, 
their growth and development, management 

For Child psychology, see 136.7 

Home Nursing 

Home care of the sick, invalids, and infirm 

For Pediatrics, see 618.9; Geriatrics, 6 J 8.97 



650 BUSINESS AND BUSINESS METHODS 

For Form divisions J -.9, see p. Jv 

651 OFFICE MANAGEMENT 

Principles Methods 

Includes all types of offices 

For Typewriting, see 652.3; Shorthand, 653; Accounting, 
6S7; Business management, 658 

.02 Handbooks of Secretarial Practice 

For Commercial correspondence, see 6S1.7 

.1 Office Planning 

Location Layout Physical factors: lighting, heating, air 
conditioning 

For Architecture ot ofEce buildings, see 725.2 

•2 Office Equipment 

Furniture Fixtures Furnishings 

.26 Appliances 

Communicating equipment Dictating and recording ma- 
chines Adding and calculating machines Billing and 
bookkeeping machines Statistical equipment and other 
mechanical or electronic devices for sorting and tabulating, 
e.g. Hollerith, I.B.M. 

For Typewriter, see 652.3; Vari-Typer, 652.3; Duplicating 
equipment, 652. 4; Shorthand machines, 653.3 

3 Office Organization 

Branches Departments 

It is recommended that Personnel management of office 
employees be classified in 658.3; Vocational guidance in- 
formation in 371.425 



.4 



Office Administration 

Office efficiency 
Includes cxecuti\'C control 

3o8 



309 



651.5 



.6 



.7 



652 



.1 



3 



A 



A 



653 



.1 



3 



Apphed Science 



651-5-653-3 



Office Files 

Form Procedure Treatment: fihng, indexing, and pres- 
ervation 

Special Material 

Includes printed form sample files 

Commercial Correspondence 

Letters Minutes Reports 
Includes business English and style 

WRITING 

Handwriting 

For Methods of teaching handwriting in elementary schools, 
see 372.51 

Typewriting 

Includes typewriter, Vari-Typer 

For Vari-Typer in composition, see 655.28 

Duplicating 

Includes equipment, e.g. Mimeograph, Multigraph; stencil 
work 

Cryptography 

Includes ciphers, codes 

For Telegraphic codes, see 621382 

SHORTHAND 

For Dictating and recording machines, see 651.26 

Principles and Theories of Shorthand 

Legibility, reading, brevity, writing, speed, simplicity, remem- 
bering, applications, usefulness, and other aspects 

Abbreviation Systems 

Abbreviation systems using common characters only, omitting 
silent letters, vowels, e.g. notehand, brief longhand 

Machine Shorthand 

Machines imprinting characters on paper, e.g. Stenotype, 
Stenograph, Dictatype 



653-4-655'25 



Decimal Classification 



310 



653.4 



654 



655 



Shorthand Systems 

Cutter numbers may be used to arrange systems alphabetically, 
e.g. Gregg shorthand, 653.4 G819 Manuals, readers, speed 
tests may be kept together within each system by using lower 
case initials following Cutter number, e.g. Gregg shorthand 
reader, 653.4 G819r If desirable, 653.4 may be divided like 
420-499 to classify shorthand systems before applying Cutter 
number, e.g. Gregg shorthand in French, 653.44 G819 

It is recommended that COMMUNICATION be classi- 
fied in 384; ELECTRIC COMMUNICATION 

ENGINEERING in 621.38 

GRAPHIC ARTS INDUSTRIES 

Printing Production (copyright, publishing and selling prod- 
ucts of literary and artistic expression) 

Includes management and operation of printing plants 

For Production of prints produced in limited edition, by 
hand by the original artist, see 760-767; Book illustration, 
741.6; Form divisions .0J-.08, p. 000; .09 is not used 



.1 



.24 



.25 



655.1-655.3 PRINTING INDUSTRY 

History Piinciples Processes 

Printing 

Invention of printing from movable type 

Type Composition Typography 

Includes proofreading 

It is recommended that Electrotyping and Stereotyping be 
classified in 655.3 

Type Faces 

Design Styles 

Includes specimen books 

Typography 

Art of designing the printed page 



311 



Applied Science 



655.28-655.56 



655.28 



.3 



.32 



A 



.45 



.5 



.56 



Composition 

Typesetting by hand or machine Linotype Intertype 
Monotype Composition by photography, typewriter, 

Vari-Typer 

Processes 

Letterpress Lithography and offset lithography Gravure 
Silk screen 

Includes printing from metal type; electrotypes or stereo- 
types (formerly classified in 655.22); from flat stone, zinc 
or other surfaces; or from etched or engraved steel or copper 
plates 

Photomechanical Techniques 

Plate making by zinc or copper photoengraving (cuts, half- 
tones) Photo oflfset Photogravure Photogclatin or 
collotype Process color printing 

Photoengraving was formerly classified in 777; Photoli- 
thography (photo offset), 775; Photogclatin, 774 

Book Production 

Includes history and art of book making; history of publishing 
houses and presses; of book stores 

History of book making was formerly classified in 002 
For Printing, see 655.J-655.3 

Binding 

Formerly classified in 686 

Publishing and Bookselling 

Includes author-publisher relationships, pricing and marketing 
by publisher, subscription publishing, book clubs 

Bookselling 

Organization Management Operation 

Includes retail book shops, auctions, secondhand book 
shops, the out-of-print market 



655-6-657-6 



Decimal Classification 



312 



655.6 



.63 



656 



657 



3 



.4 



.5 



Copyright 

History Law 



Practice 



Protection of original literary, artistic or musical expression 
Includes books, periodicals, newspapers, lectures, sermons, 
drama, music, motion pictures, design, architecture, draw- 
ings, maps, photographs 

International Copyright 

It is recommended that TRANSPORTATION be classi- 
fied in 385-388 

ACCOUNTING 



Principles Procedures Aids 

sheet, machine and punched card 



Forms, e.g. card, loose 
For Managerial use oi accounts and statements, see 658. J 5 



Bookkeeping 

Single entry, double entry, debit and credit, posting, balancing, 
adjusting and closing 

Accounts and Statements 

Adjustment accounts, profit and loss, balance sheet, deprecia- 
tion, good will liquidation, realization 

Cost Accounting 

Factory and distribution cost finding Standard costs 

Accounting Systems 

Private, financial, commercial, industrial, governmental 

Where interest in an accounting system lies chiefly in its 
relation to subject, class in subject, e.g. Farm accountine 
631.16 ^' 

Auditing and Public Accounting 

Internal and public auditing CPA practice Tax ac- 
counting 

Includes fraud detection 



3^3 



Applied Science 



658-658.311 



658 



.01 
.1 



.14 



.15 



•16 



2 



3 



.31 
.311 



BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 

Policies Methods Operations 

For Labor and labor problems, see 33 J; OfRce management, 
651; Accounting, 6S7; Advertising, publicity and pubhc rela- 
tions, 659. J 

Theory Industrial Efficiency 

Establishing a Business 

Preliminary planning Form of ownership, e.g. proprietor- 
ship, partnership, corporation 

For Entrepreneurship, see 338.7 

Finance 

Provision of capital 

Financial Management 

Managerial use of devices that serve as guides to successful 
business operation, e.g. profit and loss statement, balance 
sheet, budget, cost records 

Internal Organization 

Military Line and staff Functional 

Plant 

Geographical location Local site Layout Equipment 
Facilities Physical factors, e.g. lighting, heating, air con- 
ditioning 

For Engineering aspects of plant establishment, see 621.7; 
Construction, 690; Architecture, 725.2 and A; Office ar- 
rangement and equipment, 65LJ-.2; IndustriaJ city plan- 
ning, 711.45; Industrial center planning, 7 11. 55 

Personnel Management 

Includes personnel department; office employees (formerly 
classified in 651.34) 

Employment Practices 



Selection of Workers 

Employment agencies Employee applications 
terviews Tests Selection Placement 

For Labor supply and demand, see 331.11 



In- 



658.312-658.56 



Decimal Classification 



3^4 



658.312 



.313 



.315 



.32 



.38 
.381 

.382 

.386 



.5 
.51 



.511 



.54 



.56 



Personnel Maintenance 

Follow-up Promotion Transfer 

Termination of Service 

Lay-off Discharge Retirement Exit interviews 

For Unemployment, see 33 J. J 3 

Employer-employee Cooperation 

Employee representation in management Adjustment 
of individual grievances Suggestion systems 



Salary Administration 

Methods of compensation Job analysis (formerly classi- 
fied in 658.511), classification, evaluation Merit rating 
Use of incentives Compensation plans Payroll ad- 
ministration 

Conditions of Employment 

Work Schedules 

Includes hours, vacations, absenteeism 

Employee Welfare 

Includes health and safety programs, plant conveniences 

Employee Training 

Includes job instruction, executive and foremanship train- 
ing, manuals 

Factory Management and Production 

Production Control 

Routing Scheduling Dispatching Simplification 
and standardization of products and materials 

It is recommended that Job Analysis be classified in 
658.32 

Operation Studies 

Time Motion Fatigue 



Factory Organization and Control 

Methods Instructions Inspection 
Waste 



Quality control 



3^5 



Applied Science 



658.57-658.88 



658.57 



.58 



.7 



.8 
.801 

.81 
.83 

.84 

.85 



.851 



.86 



.87 
.871 

.872 
.873 

.874 

.88 



Industrial Research 

Includes research and development departments 

Factory Maintenance 

Maintenance of machinery and equipment 

Purchasing Warehousing Shipping 

Buying Classification and control Inspection Stor- 
ing Maintenance Handling equipment Stock con- 
trol Packing Shipment or delivery 

Distribution 

It is recommended that Psychology of Salesmanship be 

classified in 658.85 

Sales Organization 

Includes organization and operation of sales department 

Market Research and Analysis 

Consumer, distributor, media, product, package research 

Trade Channels 

Salesmanship 

Includes psychology (formerly classified in 658.801) and 
techniques of selling 

Salesmanship in Special Businesses (formerly classi- 
fied in 658.89) 

Wholesale Trade 

Service wholesalers Export and import houses Func- 
tional wholesalers 

Retail Trade 
Department Stores 
Mail Order Houses 
Chain Stores 
Independent Stores 

Credit and Collections 

Includes installment buying 



658.89-659-133 



Decimal Classification 



316 



658.89 



.9 



659.1 



.11 



.111 



.12 



.13 



.132 



.133 



It is recommended that Salesmanship in Special Busi- 
nesses be classified in 658.851 

It is recommended that Management of Specific Businesses 
be classified in number for the business, e.g. Management of 
Bakeries, 664.75; Shop Management, 621.7 

Advertising, Publicity and Public Relations 

Theory Psychology Ethics Research Laws and 
legislation 

For Market research and analysis, see 658.83; Advertising for 
specific business, the business 

Organization of Advertising 

Includes advertising agencies, managers, departments, finan- 
cial management and accounting; preparation of advertising 
campaigns; marketing and merchandising of advertising 

Publicity and Public Relations 

Includes news releases, news pictures, charts and drawings, 
picture stories, feature articles 

Packaging and Labeling 

Use of means of identification (trade marks and names, 
letterheads, labels, slogans) and containers and wrappings 
as a means of advertising 

Media and Techniques of Advertising 

Includes copy writing, layout, advertising typography, use 
of color in advertising, copy testing 

For Commercial art, see 74L67; Printing techniques, 
655.3 

Newspaper and Magazine Advertising 

Includes rates and circulation, space selection, classified 
ads 

Direct Advertising 

Includes circulars, letters, folders, catalogs, broadsides, 
blotters, calendars, company publications for dealers, 
customers and prospects; mailing lists 



317 



Apphed Science 



659.134-659.15 



659.134 



.14 



.15 



Outdoor and Transportation Advertising 

Includes billboards, signs, car cards and posters 
For Design and drawing of posters, see 74L67 

Audio-visual Advertising 

Includes use of radio, television, motion pictures in adver- 
tising 

Display Advertising 

Includes window and show case display; shows (fashion, 
motor) 



660-670 MANUFACTURES 

Onginallv 660 was intended tor processes that were 
primarily chemical; 670 for those that were mechani- 
cal and physical. However, the growing use of chemi- 
cal processes has so modiEed the character oi 670 as 
to leave little distinction between 660 and 670. For 
Manuiactures not included in 660 and 670, see 680 

660 CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY 
INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY 

Includes materials of chemical technology*; raw materials, waste 
materials, and their utilization 

For Salvage of waste materials, see 679; form divisions .I-.9, 
p. Iv, exceptions .28 and .29 follow; 

660.28 Chemical Engineering 

Plant Practices Equipment 

Includes industrial stoichiometry; chemical engineering 
calculations, unit operations, absorption and extraction, 
adsorption, crushing and grinding, distillation, drying, 
humidification, dehumidification, e\aporation, fluid flow, 
filtration, heat transfer 

Unit chemical reactions: alkylation, fermentation, hydro- 
genation, oxidation, reduction 

.29 Industrial Electrochemistry 

For Specific application of electrochemistry, see matenal, 
e.g. Utihzation of electnc energy in production of industrial 
chemicaky 661; Electroplating, 671 73 

661 INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS 

Production Properties Tests Utilization 

Includes chemicals used as raw materials or as agents in man- 
ufacture of chemicals and other types of products; industrial 
reagents 

For Chemicals niauufacturcd for specific use, see specific 
number, e.g. Detergents, 668.1; Coal and coal tar chemicals, 
662.628 

318 



319 



Apphed Science 



661.2-662.2 



66L2 



.3 
A 

.6 

.7 
.8 



.9 



Acids Alkalies Salts 

Acids: Sulphuric, hydrochloric, nitric, hydrofluoric, phosphoric 

Alkalies (formerly classified in 661.3): caustic soda (sodium 

hydroxide), caustic potash (potassium hydroxide) ammonium 

hydroxide 

Salts (formerly classified in 661.4- 6-.7): chlorides, nitrates, 

nitrites, fluorides, phosphates, silicates, cyanides, sulfates 

It is recommended that Alkalies be classified in 66L2 

It is recommended that Salts be classified in 661.2 

It is recommended that Sulfates and Nitrates be classified in 
66L2 

It is recommended that Cyanides be classified in 66L2 

Organic Compounds 

Alcohols, aldehydes, esters, ethers, ketones, organic acids 
Includes solvents 

For Coal tar solvents^ see 662.628 

Compressed and Liquefied Industrial Gases 

Manufacture Utilization 

Industrial gases: Acetylene, chlorine, fluorine, hydrogen, 
hydrogen sulfide, helium, argon, neon, krypton, xenon, 
nitrogen, oxygen, sulfur dioxide, carbon dioxide, solid carbon 
dioxide, "dry ice," ammonia ozone 

Includes chemicals in gaseous form, their compression and 
liquefaction; gas containers, cylinders 

For Technology of natural and manufactured gas, see 
665.7; Gaseous fuels, 662.67 



662 



.1 

2 



EXPLOSIVES FUEL TECHNOLOGY 

INDUSTRIAL CARBONS 

Fireworks 

Explosives 

Manufacture Testing Properties Storage Han- 
dling Transportation Use 

For Applications, see specific subject, e.g. Mining, 622.23; 
Ammunition, 623AS2 



662.26-662.625 



Decimal Classification 



^20 



662.26 



.27 



.28 

3 
A 
.6 

.62 
.622 



.623 



.624 
.625 



Deflagrating Explosives Burning Explosives Pro- 
pellants 

Includes black powder, gunpowder (formerly classified in 
662.3), nitro-cellulose, smokeless powder 

High Explosives Detonating Compositions 

Includes ammonium nitrate, ammonium picrate, chlorate, 
dynamite, lead azide, mercury fulminate, nitroglycerin, ni- 
trostarch explosives, RDX (cyclonite or hexogen), tetryl, 
TNT (trinitrotoluene) 

Blasting Caps Detonators Primers Fuse 

Fuse was formerly classified in 662.4 

It is recommended that Gunpowder be classified in 662.26 
It is recommended that Fuse be classified in 662.28 

Fuel Technology 

Includes solid, liquid, gaseous fuels 

Coal Technology 

Analysis Properties and Testing 

Includes classification, chemical and physical properties, 
composition, constitution, structure, hardness; tests and 
testing methods 

Preparation and Treatment 

Materials, processes, equipment used in cleaning, drying, 
grinding, sizing 

Storage and Transportation 

Utilization 

General utilization and development of coal products 
Includes coal as fuel; combustion, carbonization, hydro- 
genation and liquefaction of coal 

For Production of coke from coaJ, see 662.64; Liquid 
fuel produced from coal, 662,66; Gas produced from 
coaly 66577; Chemicals produced from coal, 662.628 



^21 



Applied Science 



662.627-662.92 



662.627 



.628 



.64 



.65 



.66 



.67 



.7 



.9 



.92 



Coal Tar 

Distillation Utilization 

Coal tar was fomierly classified in 668.7 

For CoaJ tar products, see specific product, e.g. Coal 
tar dyes, 667.2 

Coal and Coal Tar Chemicals 

Includes benzene, toluene, wood preserving oils, solvent 
naphtha, naphthalene 

Coke 

Production Properties Utilization 

Coke was formerly classified in 662.7 

For Gashouse coke and petroleum coke, see 662.65 

Other Solid Fuels 

Includes bagasse, briquettes, charcoal, gashouse coke, pe- 
troleum coke, lignite, peat, wood, sawdust 

Liquid Fuels 

Materials Processes Equipment Properties 

Tests Utilization 

Production of liquid fuels from coal, farm produce, gas, 

waste, wood 

Includes combustion, rocLct fuel 

For Petroleum fuels, see 665.5 

Gaseous Fuels 

Includes fuel properties of gases, tests for fuel properties; 
utilization of gases as fuels; combustion of gases 

It is recommended that Coke be classified in 662.64 and 
Charcoal in 662.65 

Industrial Carbons (Non-Fuels) 

Production Properties Application Utilization 

Graphite 

Includes graphite products, pipe, brushes 

For specific products see specific numbers, e.g. Graphite 
foundry equipment, 67122 



662.93-664 



Decimal Classification 



^22 



662.93 



663 



663.1 



.2 



A 

.5 

.6 

.62 

.63 

.8 
.9 



664 



Adsorbent Carbons 

Includes activated carbons, animal black, bone char, carbon 
black, charcoals, decolorizing carbons, lampblack 

For Applications, see specific number, e.g. Application ot 
carbon black in rubber manufactures, 67823; Industrial 
diamonds used in machine tools, 621,9 

BEVERAGES 

Materials Apparatus Processes Gaging Testing 

Bottling 

Fermented Beverages 

Liquor fermented from grapes, other fruits, grains 

Wine and Winemaking 

Includes grape and other fruit wines, e.g. cider, perry 

For Culinary uses oi wine, see 641.6 

Beer and Brewing 

Includes beer, ale, porter, stout 

Distilled Beverages 

Includes brandy, whiskey, rum, gin, liqueurs, other spirits 

Non-alcoholic Beverages 
Carbonated Beverages 
Fruit and Vegetable Juices 

Cocktails and Other Mixed Drinks 

Bartenders' manuals and recipes 

Chocolate and Cocoa Industry Tea and Coffee Manu- 
facture 

FOOD MANUFACTURE AND PROCESSING 

Materials Machinery Processes Testing 

Commercial manufacture or preparation of foods 

For Home preparation oi food, see 641; Agricultural produc- 
tion of ioodSy 630; Economic aspects of iood manufacture 
and processing, 338.47; Chemical analysis of food, 543.1; 
Food adulteration, 6 J 4.3 



323 



Applied Science 



664.1-664.84 



664.1 



.15 



.2 



.3 



A 



.5 



.7 

.72 

.75 



A 



.82 
.83 
.84 



Sugar 

Sugars and sirups (cane, beet, maple) 
Includes other sugars, e.g. glucose, dextrose 

Confectionery 

Includes candy, ice cream 

For Candy making at home, see 64L8S; Ice cream made 
at home, 64L86 

Starch and Pectin 

Includes cornstarch, tapioca, arrowroot 

Edible Fats and Oils 

Includes margarine, salad oils, lard 
For Butter, see 637.2; Other fats and oils, 66S.2-3 

Mineral Foods 

Includes salt 

Flavor Aids 

Includes spices, condiments, flavoring extracts, vinegar 

Leavening Agents and Baking Aids 

Includes yeast, baking povi'der, cream of tartar 

Cereals and Cereal Flour 

Flour Milling 

Includes processing of breakfast foods 

Flour Products 

Includes bakeries and bakery products, e.g. bread, crackers, 
cakes; macaroni, spaghetti, vermicelli 

For Baking at home, see 641.6 

Food Preservation 

Processes and apparatus for commercial preser\^ation of fruits, 
vegetables, meats, seafoods, concentrated foods, other special- 
ties 

For Home preservation of foods, see 641 A 

Canning of Foods 

Jellying and Preserving 

Drying and Dehydration of Foods 



664.85-665.55 



Decimal ChssiEcation 



324 



325 



Applied Science 



665.7-666.1 



It' ■■ 



664.85 



.9 



665 



2 
3 
.4 

.5 



.52 



.53 



.54 



.55 



Frozen Foods 

Includes refrigeration, locker storage, cold storage 

Meat Packing Industry 

Includes packing of meat, fish, and poultry; products manu- 
factured from them 

LUBRICANTS, PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY 
Animal Oils and Fats 

Vegetable Oils and Fats 

Mineral Oils and Fats 

Includes paraffin, ozocerite, asphalt, shale oil 

Petroleum Technology 

Includes petroleum and petroleum products 
For Exhaction of petroleum, see 622338 

Properties Analysis and Testing 

Includes chemical and physical properties (composition, 
structure, viscosity); tests and testing methods 

Refining of Petroleum Manufacture of Petroleum 

Products 

Materials, processes, equipment used in refining operations 

(distillation, cracking, chemical treatment, purification, 

blending) 

Includes petroleum refineries 

Light distillates include gasoline and other motor fuels, e.g. 
aviation, motor, tractor, and Diesel fuels; kerosene, naphthas 
Heavy distillates and residuums include bunker fuels, gas 
oil, fuel oil, road oils, waxes 

Storage and Transportation 

Includes distribution, pumping systems, meters 

Utilization 

Includes petroleum as fuel, chemical utilization of petro- 
leum not otherwise classified 

For Gas produced from petroleum, see 66S77; Petroleum 
coke, 662.65 



665.7 



.72 



.73 



.74 



.75 



.77 



666 



.1 



Natural and Manufactured Gas Technology 

Includes methane gas 

For Extraction ot natural gas, see 622338; ludustnal gases, 
66 J .9 

Properties Analysis and Testing 

Includes chemical and physical properties, tests and testing 
methods 

Treatment 

Includes materials, processes, equipment used in bottling, 
cleaning, compression, conversion, drying, mixing, purifica- 
tion 

Storage and Transportation 

Includes transmission and distribution (gas gathering lines, 
pipe lines, pumping systems, compressors, meters, mains); 
storage of natural or methane gas in liquid form 

Utilization 

For Gashouse coke, see 662.6S; Liquid fuels produced from 
gas, 662,66; Gaseous fuels, 662.67 

Production of Manufactured Gas 

Processes Equipment Plants 

Includes gas produced from coal (city gas, coal gas, coke 
oven gas, blast furnace gas, producer gas, water gas, car- 
bureted water gas); gas produced from petroleum (oil gas, 
refinery gas, reformed refinery gas); liquid gas produced 
from petroleum (butane, propane, pentane, butene mix- 
tures); gas produced from natural gas (reformed natural 
gas); liquid gas produced from natural gas (butane, pro- 
pane, pentane); synthesis gas (gas produced from coal 
and coke, natural gas, petroleum, alcohol) 

CERAMIC TECHNOLOGY 

Manufacture Properties Tests Utilization 

Glass 

Constitution Properties Testing Types Applica- 
tion Products 

For Optical glass, see applications, e.g. Spectacles, 617.7; 
Telescopes, 522.2; Engineering properties of glass, 620.14 



666.2-667.1 



Decimal CJassification 



^26 



666.2 



.3 



Enamels and Enameling 

Vitreous enamels Porcelain enamels Ceramic coatings 

Includes enameling of metals and enameled metals 

Ceramic Whiteware 

Includes porcelain (formerly classified in 666.5); stoneware, 
earthenware and pottery (formerly classified in 666.6); terra 
cotta 

For Collection, identification of fine porcelain, see 7382; 
Earthenware, 738.3 



.32 



.4 
.5 

.6 

.7 

.72 



.73 



.8 
.9 



Clay 

Includes preparation, composition, properties 
Clay was formerly classified in 666.4 

It is recommended that Clay be classified in 66632 

It is recommended that Porcelain be classified in 666.3 

It is recommended that Stoneware be classified in 666.3 

Refractories Structural Clay Products 

Refractories 

Includes fire-clays, alumina, graphite, zirconia, chrome re- 
fractories 

For Refractories applied to specific use, see specific use, 
e.g. Refractories used in metaJJurgicaJ furnaces, 669,82 

Structural Clay Products 

Includes bricks and tiles 

For Engineering properties of brick and tile, see 620.14 

Artificial Stone 

Cements Limes Mortars 



667 CLEANING AND BLEACHING DYEING 

Materials Plant Processes Equipment 

J. Commercial Process Cleaning and Bleaching 



327 



Applied Science 



667.12-668.3 



667.12 



.13 



.14 



.3 
A 

.6 



.7 



.8 



668 



.1 



2 
3 



Dry Cleaning 

Includes textiles, garments, rugs, furs, hats, leathers, house- 
hold articles 

For Home dry cleaning, see 646.6 

Laundering 

For Soaps, detergents, wetting agents, see 668.1; Home 
laundering, 648.1 

Bleaching Practice 

Includes wool, silk, cotton, linen 

Commercial Process Dyeing 

Manufacture, properties and testing of dyes and their appli- 
cation 

Includes dyes, mordants, intermediates, and developers; ap- 
plications on fibers, e.g. wool, silk, cotton; textiles, rugs, furs, 
garments 

For Coloring of furs as part of fur dressing, see 67S3; 
Home dyeing processes, 646.6 

Printing of Textiles 

Inks 

Includes writing inks, indelible inks 

Paints and Pigments 

For House painting, see 698. J; Fine arts materials and meth- 
ods of paintings 751 

Varnishes Polish Lacquer 

For Varnishing^ see 6983 

Japan Blacking 

OTHER ORGANIC CHEMICAL MATERIALS 

AND PRODUCTS 

Surface Active Agents 

Soaps, detergents, wetting agents, emulsifiers, scouring pow- 
ders 
Includes abrasives - 

For Abrasives used in machine tools, see 621,92 
Glycerine 
Gelatin Glue and other Adhesives 



668.4-668.44 



Decimal Classification 



328 



668.4 
.41 



il 

mi- * 



.42 

.422 



i f' 

ii 
l> 

I. 
Ml 



.423 



.43 



.44 



Plastics Industries Resins Gums 

Techniques 

Includes materials used in manufacture of plastics; appara- 
tus and machinery (presses, molds); processes of manu- 
facture (molding, extrusion, casting, laminating products 
and applications) properties, testing methods and equip- 
ment 

For Techniques ot specific plastics, see plastics, e.g. 
Tests of Styron products, 668.423 

Plastics Made from Synthetic Resins 

Condensation Plastics 

Includes phenolics, alkyds, organic nitrogen resins (urea- 
formaldehyde and melamine-formaldehyde); organic sul- 
fur resins and silicones 

Trade names include Bakelite, Durez, Durite, Resinox, 
Beetle, Plaskon, Melmac, Catalin, Malamine, Cibanite, 
Dilectene 

Linear Polymer Plastics (Except Fibers) 

Includes polyvinyl alcohols and esters; polyethylene, ny- 
lon, polyacrj^lic, polyolefin, polyaromatic plastics 
Trade names include Vinylite, Lucite, Butacite, Plexi- 
glas, Loalin and Styron 

For Fibers (Nylon, Vinyon, Or/on), see 677.47 

Plastics (Except Fibers) Made from Protein 

Includes casein, soybean and zein plastics 
Trade names include Ameroid and Galorn 

For Fibers (AraJac), see 677.47 

Plastics (Except Filaments and Fibers) Made from Cellu- 
lose 

Includes cellulose esters (cellulose nitrate, acetate, pro- 
pionate, butyrate); cellulose ethers (methyl, ethyl and 
benzyl cellulose); regenerated cellulose (cellophane) 
Trade names include Amerith, Pyralin, Lumarith, Tenite, 
Kodapak, Celluloid (formerly classified in 679) 

For Fibers (CeJanese, Bemberg), see 677.46 



329 



668.45 



,47 



.5 



.7 



669 



.016 



.018 



Applied Science 



668.45-669.018 



Plastics Made from Natural Resins 

Includes vegetable resins (lignin, resin); animal and min- 
eral resins; shellac as a plastic 
Trade names include Lignolitc 

For Shellac as varnish, see 6677 

Resins and Gums Not Used in Plastics 

For Resin used as naval store, see 634.986 

Cosmetics 

Includes essences, perfumery, essential oils and ethers 

It is recommended that Fertilizers be classified with Agri- 
culture, 631.8 

Chemical Utilization of Wood 

Includes wood distillation 

It is recommended that Coal tar be classified in 662.627 

For Charcoal as fuel, see 662.65; Use in pigments, 667.6 

METALLURGY 

Includes general material on alloys, scrap metal; history of 
metals 

For Collection and classification of scrap metal, see 671.9 

Metallography 

Constitution and structure of metals 
Includes analysis and testing, properties 

For Engineering properties of metals, see 620.J7-.J8 

Heat Treatment and Hardening of Metals 

For Surface hardening, see 67 J. 7 



669.1-669.292 



Decimal ChssiGcation 



330 



669.1-669.7 METALLURGY OF INDIVIDUAL METALS 

May be divided by using the ioUowing subdivisions: 
4 Production Reduction and refining 6 Mef- 
allography Constitution and structure, analysis 
and testing, propeities 8 Heat treatment 

Hardening e.g. Refining of silver, 669.234; Met- 
allography of copper, 66936; Heat treatment of 
• aluminum alloys, 669.7228 

.1 Iron and Steel Iron Alloys 

.14 Production of Iron and Steel Reduction and Refining 



141 



.142 



.143 



.16 



.18 
1 

21 
.23 
.24 
.29 
.292 



Iron and Iron Alloys 

Includes pig iron (blast furnace practice); cast iron (fur- 
nace practice); wrought iron (puddling and other prac- 
tices); other kinds of iron (iron powder, sponge iron) 
other practices 

Steel and Alloy Steels 

Includes Bessemer converter practice; open-hearth fur- 
nace practice; electric furnace practice; other practices 

Scrap Iron and Steel 

Utilization in production Reduction Refining 

For CoJJection oi scrap iron and steely see 672.9 



Metallography of Iron and Steel 

Constitution and structure 
Properties 



Analysis and testing 



Heat Treatment and Hardening of Steel 
Precious and Rare Metals and Their Alloys 
Gold 
Silver 

Platinum Platinum Metals 
Rare Metals 
Rare Earths 



331 



Apph'ed Science 



669.293-669.9 



669.293 



.3 

.4 
.5 
.6 

.7 



.72 

.722 

.723 

.724 

.725 

.73 

.732 

.733 

.734 

& 



.82 
.84 
.9 



Thorium, Uranium and Radioactive Elements 

Includes actinium, neptunium, plutonium, polonium, 
radium 

Copper and Its Alloys 

Includes brass, bronze 

Lead and Its Alloys 

Zinc, Cadmium and Their Alloys 

Tin and Its Alloys 

Other Metals and Their Alloys 

Includes mercury, gallium, germanium, arsenic, antimony, 
scandium, tellurium, zirconium, tantalum, niobium (colum- 
bium), bismuth, thallium, indium 

Light Metals and Their Alloys 

Aluminum 

Magnesium 

Beryllium 

Alkali Metals and Alkaline Earth Metals 
Heavy (Ferro Alloying) Metals and Their Alloys 

Titanium, Vanadium, Manganese 

Cobalt, Nickel 

Chromium, Molybdenum, Wolfram (Tungsten) 

Metallurgical Furnaces 

Construction Practice 

For Application to special metals, see metaJs, e.g. cast iron, 
669.J4J 

Refractories 
Slags 
Assaying 



670 MANUFACTURES continued 



For Scope ot 670, see note preceding 660; Form divisions .J-.9, 
p. Iv 

671 METAL MANUFACTURES 

Includes fabrication of metal, manufacture of metal products 

For Maintenance and operation of milJ and shop equipment, 
see 62L7-62L9 

Jl Melting and Casting (Foundry Practice) 

.22 Foundry Equipment 

.23 Molding and Pattern Making 

.24 Melting Practice 

.25 Casting 

Includes sand, die, centrifugal, other methods of casting 

3 Mechanical Working and Forming 

.32 Rolling 

,33 Forging, Pressing, and Stamping 

.34 Extruding and Drawing 

.35 Machining and Grinding 

,37 Powder Metallurgy 

.5 Joining and Cutting 

.52 Welding 

.521 Electric Welding 

Includes arc, resistance welding 

.522 Gas Welding 

.529 Other Methods of Welding 

.53 Flame and Arc Cutting 

.56 Soldering and Brazing 

.59 Other Methods of Joining 

.7 Finishing and Surface Treatment 

.72 Buffing and Polishing 

332 



333 



Applied Science 



671.73-674.2 



671.73 



.74 

.82 
.821 
.83 
.84 

.9 



672 



673 



674 



.2 



Coating 

Includes plating, dipping, spraying 

For Enameling of metals, see 666.2 
Cleaning 

Applications Metal Products 

For Metal arts, see 739; Handcrafts using metal, 745.5 

Sheet Metal Products 

Pattern Making for Sheet Metal Products 

Tubes Pipes 
Wire 

Scrap Metal 

Collection Classification 

For Utilization oi scrap metal in production, reduction, re- 
fining ot metals in general, see 669; Application to specific 
metals, see metals, e.g. Utilization oi scrap iron, 669. ]43 

IRON AND STEEL IRON ALLOYS 

May be divided like 671, e.g. Rolling of steel, 672.32; Collec- 
tion of scrap iron and steel, 672.9 

OTHER METALS AND THEIR ALLOYS 

May be divided like 669.2-669.7, e.g. Fabrication of zinc, 
673.5; Fabrication of aluminum, 673.722; and further subdi- 
vided' like 671 for specific processes if necessary, e.g. Welding 
of aluminum, 673.72252 
For Work in precious metaJs, see 739.2 

LUMBER MANUFACTURES 

Includes wood products, cork 

For Logging, rough wood products and specialty wood prod- 
ducts, see 634.98; Wood identification, 634.98 

Lumber Production Sawmill Operations 

Includes sawmill, sawmill equipment, sawing of logs into 
lumber; sawmill products, rough sawed products; rough lum- 
ber (dimension stock or cut stock, lumber for wood prod- 
ucts); shingles and shakes, box shooks, fuel wood 

For Wood used as fuel, see 662.65 



674.3-674-9 



Decimal Classification 



334 



674.3 



A 



.42 



.43 



A 



.82 

.83 

.84 
.9 



Storage of Lumber 

Includes seasoning of lumber, e.g. air seasoning, kiln drying 

For Preservation oi wood, see 69 J. J 

Working of Lumber 

Surfacing Shaping 

Includes woodworking operations and equipment 

For Organization of woodworking shops, see 6217; 
Woodworking, 684; Wood products, 674.8 

Planing Mill Operations 

Includes planing mill, resawing and surfacing of lumber; 
planing mill equipment (saws, planers, molding machines) 

Woodworking Plants 

Secondary woodwork operations: wood turning, shaping, 

finishing 

Includes woodworking equipment (shapcrs, lathes, sanders, 

grinders) 

For Painting oi wood, see 698 

Lumber Grading 

Includes inspection, specifications 



Wood Products 

Manufacture 



Uses 



For Specific use oi products, see use, e.g. Sawdust as fuel, 
662.65; Cabinet making, 6842; Operations and equip- 
ment, 674.4 

Wooden Cooperage and Containers 

Includes crates, barrels, boxes 

Veneer Plywood Laminated Wood 

Manufacture and general use 

Excelsior, Wood Flour, Wood Shavings, Sawdust 
Cork and Cork Products 



335 



Applied Science 



675-676.3 



675 



.2 



3 



676 



.1 



.12 



.13 
.14 



.2 



.3 



LEATHER AND FUR INDUSTRIES 

For Manufacture oi articles made oi leather, see 685; Leather 
craft, 745.53; Fur craftsmanship, 687. J 

Leather Processing 

Materials, apparatus, processes used in tanning, dressing, fin- 
ishing, testing of hides and skins 

Fur Dressing 

Treatment of raw pelts: tanning, coloring, glazing 
For Fur Farming, see 636.9; Fur fiber textiles, 677.3 

PULP, PAPER AND CELLULOSE 

MANUFACTURE 

Materials Machinery Processes Properties Tests 
Wastes 

For Architecture of pulp and paper mills, see 725 A 

Pulp Manufacture 

Materials: raw and added Machinery: Jordan, Hollander 
Processes: Mechanical and chemical Properties and testing 
Wastes 

Wood Pulp 

Includes mechanical, sulfite, sulfate, soda, semichemical 
processes 

Rag Pulp 

Other Pulps 

Includes straw, jute, hemp, cornstalk, waste paper, re- 
claimed paper pulps 

Paper Manufacture 

Machinery and apparatus Machine manufacture Hand 
manufacture Properties and testing 

Includes grades of paper: tissue, wrapping, writing, printing, 
book, building, boards 

Paper Products 

Manufacture of bags, cartons, containers 

For Handcrafts using paper, see 745.5; Bookbinding, 
655.45 



676.4-677.47 



Decimal ChssiRcation 



336 



676.4 



677 



,1 



.2 



.3 



A 
.41 

.46 



.47 



Cellulose Manufacture 

For Cellulose used in textile manufacture, see 677.46; Cellu- 
lose plastics, 668 A4 

TEXTILE AND OTHER FIBER 

MANUFACTURES 

Fiber content, construction, finish, properties, and manufactur- 
ing processes of textile fabrics and other fiber products 

For Fiber crops, see 633.5; Textile dyeing, 667.2; Textile 
printing, 667.3; Textile handcrafts, 74S.S2; AppareJ manu- 
facturing, 687 

Linen and Other Bast, Leaf, Wood Fiber Textiles 

Manufacture of hnen, burlap, from flax, hemp, jute, ramie, 
pina, similar fibers 

Cotton and Other Seed Hair Fiber Textiles 

Textile manufacture from cotton, kapok, milkweed fibers 

Wool and Other Hair Fiber Textiles 

Manufacture of textiles from mohair, cashmere, camel's hair, 
llama, alpaca, vicuna, rabbit's hair 

Silk, Rayon, Man-made Protein Fiber, Resin Fiber Textiles 

Silk Textiles 

Manufacture of cultivated, wild or Tussah, silks 

Rayon Textiles 

Rayon manufacture by nitrocellulose, cuprammonium, vis- 
cose, acetate, ethyl processes 

Trade names include Bemberg, Chardonizc, Cordura, 
Spun-lo, Tenasco, Bubblfil, Acele, Celanesc, Scraccta, For- 
tisan, Ethofil 

Man-Made Protein Fiber and Resin Fiber Textiles 

Textile manufacture from man-made protein fibers, e.g. 
casein, soybean, peanut, zein 

Trade names include Lanital, Tiolan, Polan, Cargan, Caso- 
lana, Lactofil, Aralac, Silkool, Ardil, Mazein 

Textile manufacture from resin fibers, e.g. polyamide, 
. vinyl, \inylchloride 
Trade names include Nylon, Velon, Saran, Vinyon, Orion 



337 



Applied Science 



677-5-678.3 



677.5 



.7 



678 



.22 
.23 



.24 

.27 



.29 



.3 



Mineral and Miscellaneous Fiber Textiles 

Manufacture of textiles from asbestos, glass, metal, elastic, 

paper fibers 

Trade names include Asbeston, Fiberglas, Rcymet, Lastcx 

Special Textiles 

Fabrics made by special processes: brocade, velvet, flannel, 
felt, tapestry, carpeting, lace, knit fabrics, coated or impreg- 
nated fabrics, e.g. crease resistant, noninflammable, shrink 
resistant, waterproof 

Other Industrial Uses of Fibers 

Manufacture of cordage and cables 

For Knotting, splicing and use ot rope, see 623.88 

RUBBER MANUFACTURES AND RUBBER 

Manufacturing Processes Using Rubber 

Includes use of natural and synthetic rubber 

For Preliminary treatment ot natural rubber, see 678,62; 
Production oi synthetic rubber, 678J22 

Masticating, Mixing, Milling, Plasticizing 

Compounding and Compounding Ingredients 

Includes use of solvents, antioxidants, accelerators of vul- 
canization 

Vulcanizing 

Other Processes Using Rubber 

Includes molding, coating, extruding, calendering, casting, 
dipping, spreading, electro-depositing 

Reclaiming 

Utilization of scrap rubber 

For Collection of scrap rubber, see 678.8 

Natural and Synthetic Rubber Products 

Includes tires, tubes, belting, rubber adhesives 

For Application, see manufacture to which applied, e.g. 
Application of rubber in manufacture of coated and im- 
pregnated fabrics, 677.6 



678.5-678.72 



Decimal Classification 



338 



678.5 



.52 



.53 



.54 



.6 



.62 



.64 



.7 



.72 



Latex 

Natural and synthetic 

For Preparation oi latex from plants, see 634.986; Pio- 
duction of synthetic Jatex, 678.722 

Manufacturing Processes 

Includes preliminary treatment of latex, preservation, con- 
centration 

May be divided like 678.2 

For Coagulation of latex and preparation of crude rub- 
ber, see 678.62 

Products 

Products made directly from latex 

Properties Analysis and Testing 

Chemical and physical properties of latex and tests for 
determining such properties 

Natural Rubber and Its Isomers 

Hevea brasiliensis, ficus elastica, guayule, kok-saghyz, cas- 
tilloa, mangabeira, balata, gutta-percha 

Preliminary Treatment of Natural Rubber 

Includes preparation of crude rubber from latex, coagula- 
tion, smoking, drying, grading, washing, grinding, packing, 
storing 

For Manufacturing processes using natural rubber, see 
6782; Natural rubber products, 678.3 

Properties of Natural Rubber Analysis and Testing 

Chemical and physical properties of natural rubber and 
tests for determining such properties 

For Engineering properties of natural rubber, see 620. J 9 

Elastomers 

Synthetic rubber and rubber-like plastics (elasto-plastics) 

Synthetic Rubber 

Trade names include Ameripol, Butaprene, Butvl rubber, 
Chemigum, GR-I, GR-M, GR-S, Hycar, Neoprene, Per- 
bunan, Silastic, Thiokol 



339 



Apph'ed Science 



678.722-679.9 



678.722 



.724 



.73 



A 



679 



.2 



.9 



Production of Synthetic Rubber 

Raw materials Intermediates: Monomers, catalysts, 

modifiers 

Polymerization, coagulation of latex, drying 

For Manufacturing processes usftig synthetic rubber, 
see 678.2; Synthetic rubber products, 678.3 

Properties of Synthetic Rubber Analysis and Testing 

Chemical and physical properties of synthetic rubber 
and tests for determining such properties 

For Engineering properties of synthetic rubber, see 
620.J9 

Rubber-like Plastics (Elasto-Plastics) 

Production Properties 

Trade names incliKie Butform, Butvar, Geon, Koroseal, 
Polyisobutylene 

Where interest in rubber-like plastics lies chiefly in its 
relation to plastics, class in Linear polymer plastics, 

668.423 

Scrap Rubber 

Collection Classification 

Includes natural and synthetic rubber 

For Utilization of scrap rubber, see Reclaiming, 678.29 

OTHER MANUFACTURES 

It is recommended that Celluloid be classified in 668.44 

Tobacco Products 

Includes cigars, cigarettes 

Waste Materials 

Includes salvage of wastes not covered elsewhere 

For Salvage of specific material, see material, e.g. Collec- 
tion of scrap rubber, 678.8 



680 MANUFACTURES continued 

Includes comprehensive instruction handbooks for home work- 
shops 

For Handcrafts, see 74SS; Hobbies, 790; Instruction handbooks 
for specific opcTBtioiiy the subject, e.g. how to make toys, 688,7; 
Model waking, the subject, e.g. Ship njodels, 623.82; Model 
railroads, 625.19 

681.1 Horology 

Construction and repair of time measuring instruments, e.g. 

clocks, watches, chronometers 

Includes makers, history, care, adjustment, cleaning 

FoT Clocks as decorative furniture and collectors* items, 
see 749 

681.12-681.8 MANUFACTURE OF SPECIAL INSTRUMENTS 

It is recomniGnded that these he chssiEed with their 
speciEc subjects, e.g. Electric meters, 62137; Mov- 
ing picture apparatus, 771.3; Sound motion picture 
apparatus, 621. 34S; Record players, 789.91; Calcu- 
lating machines, S 10.81 or 651.26; Mechanical toys, 
688.7; ScientiRc instruments with use, e.g. Manu- 
facture of surgical instruments, 617.9; Optical in- 
struments with use, e.g. Spectacles, 617.7; Tele- 
scopes, S22.2; Business machines, 6S2-6S3; Musical 
instruments, 780, e.g. Piano, 786.2 

682 SMALL FORGE WORK 

Includes hand forging of tools; iron work, horseshoeing 

683 GUNSMITHING 

Manufacture, repair, makers and history of gun making 
Includes catalogs 

For Ordnance, see 623.4; Gunncr\% 623.5 

.3 Locksmithing 

Includes locks and keys; catalogs 

340 



34^ 



Apph'ed Science 



684-687.11 



684 



.1 



685 



.3 



686 
687 



.1 



WOODWORKING 

Construction of articles from wood 

Includes woodworking manuals, tools and machinery 

For Wood handcrafts, e.g. Whittling, see 745.5; Wood cann- 
ing, 736.4; Carpentry and /oinen^ in construction of build- 
ings, 694; Wood turning, 674.43; Manufacture ot veneers 
and plywood, 674.83 

Furniture Making 

Includes soft furnishing or upholstered furniture; restoration 
or refinishing of antiques 

For Period fnrmture, see 749.2; History, design, collection 
of furniture, 749 

Cabinet Making 

Construction of fine woodwork 
Includes work with veneers; inlaying 

For Manufacture of veneers, see 674.83 

LEATHER GOODS MANUFACTURE 

Includes saddlery, glo\c making, manufacture of luggage, hand- 
bags 

For Leather processing (tanning, dressing, finishing), see 67S 

Footwear 

Specifications Manufacture Repair 

It is recommended that BINDING be classified in 655.45 

APPAREL MANUFACTURING 

Includes fashion modeling; accessories, e.g. hosiery, underwear, 
millinery 

For Home sewing and tailoring, see 646.4; Home millinery, 
646.5 

Commercial Garment Making 

Design Pattern making and grading Cutting Tai- 
loring Dressmaking 

Includes fur craftsmanship 



.11 



Men's Apparel 



687.12-688.7 



DeciuvaJ ChssiEcation 



342 



687.12 Women's Apparel 

688 SMALL ARTICLE MANUFACTURE 

Includes smoking accessories 

.7 Toy Making 

Includes mechanical toys (formerly classified in 681.15) 



690 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

Erection of buildings 

For Architecture or artistic design ot structures, see 720; Struc- 
tural engineering or analysis and design ot structures stressing 
safety and efficiency, 624; Form divisions .I-.9, p. Iv 



691 



.1 

.2 
3 
A 

3 

.6 



.7 



.8 



,9 



692 



BUILDING CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS 

Selection Deterioration Preservation 

For Engineering properties and testing ot building materials, 
see 620. J J; Types of building construction, the type, e.g. 
Modern timber construction, 694; Structural engineering use 
ot materials, 624, e.g. Keintorced concrete design, 624 AS; 
Resistant construction, 693.8 

Timber 

Stone 

Concrete and Reinforced Concrete 

Ceramic or Clay Materials 

Includes brick, tile, adobe 

Cement 

Glass 

For decorative or architectural use of glass, see 729 

Iron and Steel 

For Structural design oi steel construction, see 624.177 

Other Metals 

Includes aluminum 

Other Materials 

Includes plastics, composition shingles, insulating material 
(Fiberglas, wall board) 

CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES 

Includes comprehensive material on contracts and specifications 

343 



692.2-693-4 



Decimal ChssiEcation 



344 



692.2 



•3 



A 



.5 



693 



.1 



Building Detail Drawing 

Includes **How to read plans" 

Specifications 

Includes building standards 

For Material including both specifications and contracts, 
see 692; SpeciRcations tor partkuhi type ot constmctioUy 
type oi constiuction, e.g. Specifications for reinforced con- 
crete construction, 693.5 

Contracts 

For Material including both specifications and contracts see 
692 

Estimates 

Includes costs 

Supervision 

Includes building inspection, prevention of accidents during 
construction 

Building Laws 

Regulation of construction, alterarion, repair, remodeling, 
moving, use, maintenance, occupancy 

For Electrical codes, see 621328; Plumbing codes, 696.9 

SYSTEMS OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

Systems Method or trade Tools 

Includes comprehensive works which include materials 

For Materials of building construction, see 691; Struc- 
tural engineering systems, 624.18; Architectural design, 720 

Masonry Construction 

Includes stone masonry, stonecutting, mason's trade 

Brick Masonry 

Includes bricklaying, adobe construction 



A 



Hollow Tile and Concrete Block Masonry 



34S 



Applied Science 



693.5-694.8 



693.5 



.7 



.83 



.84 



.85 



Concrete and Reinforced Concrete Masonry 

Includes framing 

For Structural engineering elements of reinforced concrete 
see 624.177 

Plaster and Lathe Work 

Includes stucco 

Steel Construction 

Methods of erection of structural steel parts and supports for 
buildings (riveted, bolted and arc welded construction) 
Includes structural steel framing 

For Elements of design of structural steel construction {the 
major portion ot material on steel construction)^ see 
624 A77; Welding, 671.52 

Resistant Construction 

Fireproof Construction 

Insulation 

Includes thermal (heat) and acoustical (sound) insulation 

Pest Resistant Construction 

Includes termite and rodent resistance 

Shock Resistant Construction 

Includes earthquake, bomb resistance 



694 



.2 



.8 



WOOD CONSTRUCTION 

Includes carpentry and joinery, beginners' manuals, home car- 
pentry 

Framing 

Walls Floors Partirions Roofs 
Includes use of steel square 

Stairbuilding 

For Other details of construction, see 695 



695-6974 



695 



Decimal Classification 



346 



6% 



.1 

.2 
.9 



697 



.1 



.2 



.3 



A 



DETAILS OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

Construction Repair Trade 

Includes wood, slate, tile, asbestos, metal, asphalt shingles 
and roll roofing; floors and floor coverings, doors and door 
frames, windows and window frames 

For Stair construction, see 694.8 

FITTINGS FOR BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

Estimates Supplies Installation Inspection Reg- 
ulation 

Includes comprehensive works on plumbing, heating and 
ventilation installation 

Plumbing 

Pipe Fitting 

Plumbing Legislation 

HEATING, VENTILATING AND AIR 

CONDITIONING ENGINEERING 

Principles Systems Installation Equipment 
Maintenance and repair 

Includes domestic heating and ventilation (formerly classified 
in 644) 

Heating and ventilating engineering was formerly classified 
in 628.8 

Heating Systems and Equipment 

Includes fireplaces, radiators, convectors, district heating 

Radiant and Panel Heating 

Includes stoves, solar heating 

Warm Air Heating 

Gravity systems Mechanical systems 

Includes furnaces and equipment 

Hot Water Heating and Piping 

Includes boilers and accessories 



347 



Applied Science 



697.5-699 



697.5 



.7 



.9 



.92 



.93 



698 



.1 



3 



699 



Steam Heating 

Includes piping 

Use of Fuels for Heating 

Includes gas, oil, coal 

Use of Electricity for Heating 

Includes induction heating (radio-frequency), conduction 
heating (by actual contact) 

Chimneys and Flues 

Ventilating and Air Conditioning 

For Refrigeration, see 621.56 

Ventilating 

Includes fans 

Air Conditioning 

Includes air distribution, air cleaning, heat transference, 
control means for maijitaining temperature and humidity 

For specific application, see subject, e.g. air conditioning 
of mines, 622.4 

DECORATION IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 

Tools Materials Methods 

Includes house painting and decorating, paper hanging 
For Styles ot interior decoration, see 747; Painting, 750 

House Painting 

Exterior and interior 

Includes mixing and application methods 

Wood Finishing 

Includes staining, polishing, varnishing, waxing, enameling 
and painting 

Paper Hanging 

It is recommended that CARBUILDING be classified in 

625.22 



700 Arts and Recreation 



701 



704 



.9 



.94 



.948 



708 



Fine arts Decorative arts Sportive arts 

FoT Form divisions 2-7, see p. Iv, adaptations in J , 4, 8 follow: 

PHILOSOPHY AND THEORY 

Includes psychology, esthetics (generic characteristics of fine 
arts), appreciation and criticism of the arts 

For Specific field of art, see subject, e.g. Criticism of Renais- 
sance painting, 759.03; Esthetics in general, 101 

ART ESSAYS, LECTURES, ADDRESSES 

For Literature concerning specific field of art, see subject, e.g. 
Essays on painting, 750A; Design in modem life. 74S 

Collected writings on two or more fine arts 

For Collected writings on paintings, see 750; Design, 745; 
Architecture, 720 

Representation in art 

Albums Portfolios 

Description and study of way in which various sub- 
jects are represented in the arts 

Includes human figure in art, nature in art, symbolism 
and other subjects 

For Symbolism in painting, see 750; in sculpture, 730 

Religious Art 

Includes Christian and Non-Christian art 

For Religious painting, see 755 

GALLERIES, MUSEUMS AND PRIVATE 

COLLECTIONS 

Function Collection and preparation of exhibition materials 
Exhibitions ( Catalogs ) Administration 

^ccific art galleries, museums and private collections may be 
arranged alphabetically by city, then by name of gallery 

348 



349 



Arts and Recreation 



709-709.9 



709 



ART HISTORY 

For History of specific field of art, see subject, e.g. History of 
painting, 759; Sculpture, 730.9 



709.01-709.03 HISTORIC PERIOD OF ART 

For History of a nation2l art, see 709.J-.9; His- 
tory oi specific chss oi ait, the subject, e.g. His- 
tory of design, 74S,09 

.01 Primitive and Ancient Art 

Primitive art is artistic expression of primitive peoples and 
of those who, regardless of chronological period in which 
they live, are in the same childlike stage of development 
Ancient art includes artistic expression of ancient and classi- 
cal worlds 

For Prehistoric art, see 57 J. 7 

.02 Christian Art 

Includes Early Christian art (1-700 a.d.), Byzantine art 
(527-1200 A.D.), Medieval art (1150-1500) 

.03 Modern Art 

Includes Renaissance art (1420-1600), Boroque art (1600- 
1720), Rococo (last phase of Baroque), Neo-Classicism 
(late 18th-early 19th century), 20th century art 



709.1-709.9 NATIONAL ART 

May be divided like 930-999, e.g. History of 

French art, 709 A4; or 709.1 may be arranged 

alphabetically by country 



3S1 



Arts and Recreation 



711.45-711.7 



710 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 

Control and design of out-of-door surroundings to insure their 
proper and esthetic adaptation to use 

For Form divisions J -.9, see p. Iv 

711 CITY PLANNING 

Control and guidance of physical growth and arrangement of 
communities to insure their greater efficiency and attractiveness 
Includes development and redevelopment 

For Comprehensive treatment of economic and social plan- 
ning, see 309.2 

.01 Theory 

Includes centralization \s. decentralization (formerly classi- 
fied in 711.13) 

.09 History and Development 

Includes planning and plans of specific cities 
For Description oi cities, see 913-919 

.1 Technical Procedure 

Includes professional practice (collection and presentation of 
data, making and presentation of plans, estimation of cost, 
supervision) 

.13 It is recommended that Centralization vs. Decentraliza- 

tion be classified in 711.01 

.17 Administration 

It is recommended that Legislation creating and empower- 
ing agencies, public land, right of way, be classified in 333.1 

.2 It is recommended that National Planning be classified in 

309.23 

.3 It is recommended that Regional Planning be classified in 

309.24 

A Design in City Planning 

,41 Plans Based upon Street Patterns 

Gridiron system Radial type Organic or studied ir- 
regularity plan 

350 



711.45 



.5 



.52 



.55 



.57 



.58 



.59 



.7 



Plans Based upon Function 

Capital cities Port cities Industrial cities Residen- 
tial cities 

Patterns of Land Use in City Planning 

For Zoning laws, restrictions as methods of control, see 333.77 

Recreational Facilities 

Includes planning of parks, playgrounds and lots, squares 
and plazas, bathing beaches, athletic fields 

Functional Centers 

Includes planning of civic centers, cultural and intellectual 
centers (formerly classified in .57), commercial and indus- 
trial centers 

It is recommended that Cultural and Intellectual Cen- 
ters be classified in 711.55 

Residential Use 

Neighborhood and community planning 

Includes suburban and rural residential areas, garden cities 

Urban Redevelopment 

Includes slums and slum clearance; redevelopment of 
blighted areas; low cost, low rental housing 

Structural Elements in City Planning 

Relation of structures to surroundings Regulation of 

height, materials, spacing 

Includes buildings, bridges, architectural and sculptural ac- 
cessories (lighting fixtures, advertising and display structures, 
waste cans, mail boxes) 

For Design of structures, see 729; Engineering, 620 

Channels of Communication in City Planning 

Planning for streets, roads, railways, waterways and waterfronts, 
air transport terminal facilities, parking and underground park- 
ing facilities, and accessories such as signs 

Where interest in air transport lies chiefly in aeronautics, 
class in 629.16 

For Transportation engineering, see 625; Architecture, 720; 
Construction, 690 



711.8-712.62 



Decimal CJassiRcation 



352 



353 



Arts and Recreation 



712.7-715 



711.8 



712 



.5 



.53 



.54 



.62 



Underground Utilities in City Planning 

Includes planning for water supply, sewage, power transmission 

For Sanitary engineering, see 628; Electric power engineer- 
ing, 621 

TYPES OF LANDSCAPE DESIGN 

For Design oi community, see 711, Cemetenes, 718; State and 
national parks, 719 

Technical Procedure 

Office practice Collection of data Presentation of plans 
Supervision Costs 

Public Parks 

Includes squares, commons, exposition and fair grounds, 
grounds of public buildings 

For Parks and recreational {acilities in city planning, see 
711S2; State and national parks or reservations, 719; Plant- 
ing and culture, 630 

It is recommended that Water Features in Public Parks 

be classified in 714 

Recreational Facilities in Public Parks 

Provision and planning of playgrounds, athletic fields, am- 
phitheatres 

For Recreational facilities in city planning, see 711.S2 

Estates 

Property consisting of at least a house and its site, regardless 
of size 

Includes landscape design of home grounds, apartment 
grounds, suburban and country estates 

For Planting and culture, see 630 

Gardens 

Includes design of back yards, penthouse gardens and gar- 
dens devoted to special plants, e.g. Shakespearean, old fash- 
ioned, rose garden, rock garden 

For Planting and culture , see 635.9; Use oi specific trees, 
shrubs and plants in landscape design, 71S-716; Gardens 
as part of landscaping of whole estate, 712.6 



712.7 



713 



714 



715 



Semiprivate and Institutional Grounds 

Includes grounds of country clubs, hotels, institutions (hos- 
pitals, universities, churches, industrial plants, railroads, air- 
ports) 

For Planting and culture, see 630 



LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION AND 

MAINTENANCE 

It is recommended that Construction of roads and pavements be 
classified in 625.7; Bridges, 624.2-.8; Tunnels, 624.152; Cost, in 
712.3 



714-717 ELEMENTS AND MATERIALS 

of hndscape aichitecture 

WATER FEATURES IN LANDSCAPE 

ARCHITECTURE 

Practical and esthetic treatment of bodies of water and their 
shore lines; use of fountains, pools, cascades 
Includes development and utilization of shore lines as public 
parks or part of parks (formerly classified in 712.53) 

FoT Water features in city planning, see specific use, e.g., Rec- 
reationa] use, 711. S2; Transportation, 711.7; Sculptural details 
of fountains, 736S 



TREES, SHRUBS AND HEDGES IN 

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 

Practical and esthetic use of trees, shrubs, and hedges as integral 
part of landscape design 

Includes flowering trees, shrubs and vines, e.g., magnolia trees, 
rose bushes and wisteria vines 

For Planting and culture of trees in forests, see 634.95, of 
shrubs and hedges, 63S.97; Diseases of trees, 634.96, of shrubs, 
632; botanv, S80 



716-719 



Decimal Classification 



354 



716 



717 



718 



719 



HERBACEOUS PLANTS OR ANNUALS IN 

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE 

Practical and esthetic use of flowering plants, mosses, and ferns 
as integral part of landscape design 

For Planning oi gardens, flower and otherwise, see 712,62; 
Growing oi flowers, in gardens, window boxes, penthouses, 
dishes, 635.96; Botany, 580 

STRUCTURES IN LANDSCAPE 

ARCHITECTURE 

Relationship of buildings, terraces, walls, fences, gates, steps and 
ornamental accessories (monuments, sundials, seats, fireplaces 
and garden furniture) to other elements of landscape design 

For Architectural design, see 729; Construction, 690; Group- 
ing of buildings in city planning, 71L5; Structural elements in 
citv planning, 71L6 

PLANNING OF CEMETERIES 

Legislation Administration Design 

Consideration of roads, paths, bridges, planting, buildings, 
monuments and accessories in planning cemeteries 

For Mortuary architecture, see 726.8; Monumental sculp- 
ture, 736.5; Engineering, 625; Disposal of dead {Public 
health, 614,6; Customs, 392) 

PLANNING OF NATURAL LANDSCAPE 

RESERVATIONS 

Planning for preservation of natural scenery, forests and historical 
features; for water supply safety, and incidentally for recreation 
of public land 
Includes national, state reservations 

For Game preserves, see 333.78; Provision oi parks in cities. 
711.52; Design ot public parks, 712,5; Wild lite conservation, 

333.78 



720.2 



.9 



721 



720 ARCHITECTURE 

Art of designing buildings of beauty and utility of form and arrange- 
ment, and selection of material to meet requirements 

For Structures in city planning, see 711.6; in landscape architec- 
ture, 717; Form divisions J, ,3-8, p. Iv; exceptions .2, .9 toUow 

Outlines, Manuals 

Includes technical procedure (professions' ractice, relations, 
architectural presentation) 

For Architectural drawing, see 744.4 

History of Architecture 

Development Critical appraisal 

Includes works of individual architects 

May be divided like 930-999 or arranged alphabetically 
by country 

For Periods of architecture extending over more than one 
country, see 722-724, e.g. Renaissance architecture in 
Italy and France, 724.1 

It is recommended that ARCHITECTURAL CON- 
STRUCTION REQUIRING EMPLOYMENT OF 
ENGINEERING PRINCIPLES be classified in 624, 
eg. Foundations, 624.15; Arches, 624.177; BUILDING 
MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION, 690-698, 
e.g. Roof Construction, 694.2; Brick Construction, 693.2 
DESIGN OF STRUCTURAL FEATURES, where 
most of architectural construction material should fall, 729 



355 



722-724.9 



Decimal ChssiRcation 



356 



722 



JS 



.91 



723 



.1 

2 
3 



A 
.5 



724 



.1 



.9 



722-724 PERIODS OF ARCHITECTURE 

Chronological development of architec- 

tuial styles 

Unless period extends over more than one 

country, this scheme should be used only 

by libraries not using 720.9 

ANCIENT ARCHITECTURE (4000 B.C.- 

300 A.D.) 

Ancient architecture includes structures of ancient Babylonia, 
Assyria, Egypt, Persia, China, Japan, India 

Classical Architecture 

Includes Greek and Roman structures 

Pre-Columbian American Architecture 

Includes Aztec, Mayan, Incan structures 

MEDIEVAL ARCHITECTURE (300 A.D.-1400) 

Early Christian Architecture 

Includes catacombs, basilicas 

Byzantine Architecture (500-1200) 

Eastern Architecture (200-1500) 

Includes Mohammedan, Buddhistic, Hindu architecture of 
Near East, China, India and Japan 

Romanesque Architecture (1000-1100) 
Gothic Architecture (1 1 50-1400) 

MODERN ARCHITECTURE (1400- ) 

Renaissance Architecture 

Includes Baroque (1500-1700), Rococo (1720-1800) 

Twentieth Century Architecture 

Includes functional 



357 



Arts and Recreation 



725-725.6 



725-728 TYPES OF ARCHITECTURE 

Design of new buildings 

For Description and critical appraisal of historic buildings, see 
720.9 or 722-724; Construction, 690; Design of details, 729; 
Materials, 69 J - 

725 PUBLIC BUILDINGS 

1. Government Buildings 

International National State County Municipal 

Includes capitols, legislative and judicial buildings, govern- 
ment agencies and offices, post offices, official residences 
(executive mansions, rulers' palaces, embassies, legations, 
consulates) , customs, military buildings (barracks, forts, 
armories, arsenals), police and fire stations, refuse plants, 
incinerators, comfort stations 

For Aqueducts, reservoirs, see 628.1 

Jl Commercial Buildings 

Includes stores, office buildings, financial buildings, exchanges, 
markets, skyscrapers 

.3 Transportation and Storage Buildings 

Includes railway, bus, marine and air terminals; service facili- 
ties, e.g. garages, filling stations 

Where interest in air terminals lies chiefly in aeronautics, 

class in 629.16 

For Planning for transportation facilitieSy see 711.7 

.35 Warehouse and Storage Buildings 

.36 Elevators for Storage of Grain, Ore 

A Industrial Architecture 

Includes factories, mills, shipyards 

.5 Hospital Architecture 

Includes institutions for handicapped 



Prison Architecture 

Includes reformatories 



725-7-727-3 



Decimal Classification 



358 



725.7 



J& 



.9 



726 



.4 
.5 



.6 

.7 



.8 



.9 



727 



.1 

3 



Refreshment and Park Buildings 

Includes restaurants, ta\crns, baths, swimming pools 

Recreation Buildings 

Includes theaters, auditoriums, stadiums, gymnasiums, rinks, 
race tracks 

Other Public Buildings 

Includes exhibition and fair buildings, memorials 

ECCLESIASTICAL ARCHITECTURE 

Includes non-Christian temples; mosques, minarets, synagogues 

For Description of specific styles, see 720.9 or 722-724. e.g. 
Parthenon, 720.938 or 722.6; Details, e.g. furniture, 749 

Parish Halls 

Churches 

Includes Cathedrals (formerly classified in 726.6) 

For Description of specific churches, see 720.9 or 722-724 
It is recommended that Cathedrals be classified in 726.5 

Monastic Architecture 

Includes abbeys, priories, nunneries, and accessory structures 

Mortuary Architecture 

Includes mortuary chapels, tombs, crematories, morgues 

Other Religious Buildings 

Includes dwellings and religious association buildings 

EDUCATIONAL ARCHITECTURE 

Includes details of special rooms for both private and public 
schools 

For Gymnasiums, see 725.8; Laboratories, 727. S 

School Architecture 

College and University Architecture 

Includes dormitories, commons, unions 

For Chapter houses, see 728.4; Gymnasiums, 72^^.8; Librar- 
ies, 727.8; Laboratories, 727. S 



359 



Arts and Recreation 



727.5-728.7 



727.5 



.6 

.7 
.8 



728 



.1 



.2 



.3 



.4 



.5 



.7 



Research Facilities 

Includes laboratories, botanical and zoological gardens and 
houses, obser\atories 

Museum Architecture 

For Art galleries, sec 727.7 

Art Gallery Architecture 

Libraries 

Includes public and private libraries and details of special 
rooms 

DOMESTIC ARCHITECTURE 

Multiple Dwelling Architecture 

Includes low rental housing and apartments (formerly classi- 
fied in 728.2) 

For Housing in city planning, see 711.59 

It is recommended that Apartment Architecture be classi- 
fied in 728.1 

Urban Residence Architecture 

Includes detached, semidetached, prefabricated urban houses 

Club Architecture 

Includes country clubs, political clubs, fraternity houses 

Hotel Architecture 

Includes inns, hostels, motels 

Rural Architecture 

Small dwellings 

Includes farmhouses, ranch houses, bungalows, cottages 

For Country seats, see 728.8 

Resort Architecture 

Includes seaside, mountain, summer and winter houses, house- 
boats, hunting lodges 

For Resort hotels, see 728.5 



728.8-729-5 



Decimal Classification 



560 



728.8 



.9 



729 



.1 



.2 



3 



A 



.5 



Country Seat Architecture 

For Small rural residences, ^ee 728.6; Histonc castles, cha- 
teaux, manor houses, 720.9 or 722-724 

Accessory Domestic Buildings 

Includes gatehouses, stables, kennels, poultry houses, garages, 
barns, silos, dairies, conservatories and other outbuildings 

For Commercial garages, see 725-3 

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND 

DECORATION 

Disposition of the elements of a building 

For Theory of design, see 745; Architectural drawing, 744.4; 
Interior decoration, 747; Design oi types of building, the type, 
e.g. SmalJ house design, 728.6 

Elevation 

Includes design of light and shade, proportion 

Planning 

Includes consideration of function, size, arrangement of in- 
terior, communication, lighting, acoustics 

Design of Details 

Includes walls, orders of columns, arches, vaults and domes, 
roofs, towers, gables and pediments, doors and windows, stairs, 
and ramps 

For Construction, see 624 and 690 

Painted Decoration 

Includes painted ceilings, walls, moldings, panels 

For Painted decoration which stresses fine art, e.g. Murals, 
ceihngs painted by masters, such as Sistine chapel, see 7S0; 
Design, 74S 

Decoration in Relief 

Carved decoration and ornament, architectural sculpture 

Where interest in Carving lies chiefl}^ in its relation to 
Sculpture, class in 736.5 



361 



729.6 



.7 
.8 

.9 



Arts and Recreation 



729.6-729.9 



It is recommended that Incrustation of Exteriors and In- 
teriors in Brick, Stone, Marble, Tile be classified m 69U; 
Inlay, 684.2; Enamel, 738.4; Veneering, 684.2 
It is recommended that Mosaics be classified in 738.5 
It is recommended that Stained Glass Windows be classi- 
fied in 748.5 

It is recommended that Furniture be classified in 749; 
Lighting Fixtures in 749 



730.9 



730 SCULPTURE 

Three dimensional art of organizing masses by carving or modeling 
For Form divisions, except .9, see p. Iv 

History of Sculpture 

Development Critical appraisal of the great schools of 
sculpture 

Includes works of individual sculptors 

May be divided like 930-999, or arranged alphabetically 
by country 

For Periods of sculpture extending ovgt more than one 
country, see 732-735, e.g. Renaissance sculpture in 
France and Italy, 735.2J 



731 



MATERIALS AND METHODS OF SCULPTURE 

Composition Form Subject Preservation and care 

Methods of restoration 

Manner or method of execution in all materials used in sculp- 
ture except ceramic materials and metals 
Includes masks 

For Technique in ceramic sculpture, see 738; in metal 
sculpture, 739 

732-735 PERIODS OF SCULPTURE 
Chronological development oi sculpture 

Unless period extends over more than 
one country, this scheme should he 
used only by libraries not using 730.9 



732 



ANCIENT SCULPTURE (3000 B.C.- ) 

PRIMITIVE SCULPTURE 

Ancient sculpture represented chiefly by remains found in Baby- 
lonia, Assyria, Egypt, Persia, China, Japan, India 

362 



363 



Arts and Recreation 



732.2-735.29 



732.2 



733 



734 



.5 



735 



.21 



.22 



Primitive Sculpture 

Includes not only work of primitive races but also of people 
whose artistic expression is in the same childlike stage of de- 
velopment regardless of the chronological period in which they 
live 

Where interest in primitive sculpture lies chiefly in its rela- 
tion to cultural anthropology, class in 572.7 

CLASSICAL SCULPTURE (1500 B.C.-476 A.D.) 

Greek, Roman and Etruscan sculpture 

CHRISTIAN SCULPTURE EASTERN 

SCULPTURE 

Includes Early Christian and Byzantine sculpture 

Medieval or Gothic Sculpture (1000-1399) 

Includes Romanesque sculpture 

Eastern Sculpture 

Mohammedan and Buddhistic sculpture at its height in China, 
Japan, India and Near East 

MODERN SCULPTURE 

Includes sculpture of Latin America 

Renaissance Sculpture (1400-1799) 

Includes Baroque (1600) and Rococo (1700) 

Classic Period of 19th Century 

Includes Neoclassicism, Romanticism, Realism 



.29 



20th Century Sculpture 



736-738 



Decimal Classification 



364 



736-739 DEVELOPMENT 

critical appraisal and collection oi sculpture in dii- 

ferent media 

736 CARVING OF SPECIAL MATERIALS 

.2 Carved or Engraved Gems and Precious Stones 

Includes intaglios, cameos, scarabs, jade cutting 

For Properties, description, history oi gems, see 553.8; Cut- 
ting, setting, desigmng of gems as /ewelr\% 739.27; Industrial 
uses of gems, 621.9 

.3 Engraved Seals, Stamps, Signets 

Includes personal and official seals, seals for special occasions 
and organizations 

A Sculpture in Wood 

Development Critical appraisal 

Includes work in the round and in relief; statues, busts, 
scrollwork 

For Technique of carving in wood, see 73 J 

,5 Sculpture in Stone 

Development Critical appraisal 

Includes statues, busts, monuments, garden sculpture, archi- 
tectural sculpture 

Where interest in architectural sculpture lies chiefly in 
its relation to architecture, class in 729.5 
For Technique of stone sculpture, see 731 

.6 Carved Ivory, Bone, Horn 

Includes netsukes 

.8 It is recommended that Hallmarks be classified with the 

material marked, e.g. British Silver Marks, 739.2 

737 NUMISMATICS 

Includes medals, tokens, counters 

.4 Coins 

738 CERAMIC SCULPTURE 

Historic development Description Collection 

Includes potters' art and marks 



365 



Arts and Recreation 



738.2-739.7 



738.2 



3 



A 

.5 
.6 



739 



.2 



.27 



A 



5 



J 



For Technology of ceramics, see 666 

Porcelain China 

Includes figurines, vases, tablewares, e.g. Royal Copenhagen, 
Haviland, Limoges, Spode, Lenox 

Earthenware 

Term used interchangeably with potter\% faience, majolica 
Includes figurines, vases, tablewares, e.g. Wedgwood, Delft- 
ware, Royal Copenhagen, Faience, Italian Majolica 

Use for material on both porcelain and pottery 

Enamels 

Includes cloisonn^ 

Mosaics 

Ornamental Bricks, Tiles 

METAL SCULPTURE 

Includes repousse, a process of shaping by beating or hammering; 
wrought metalwork; metal casting from a mold taken of a model 
For MefaJ manufactures, see 671-672 

Precious Metals 

Gold Silver Platinum 

Includes religious articles, tableware, vases, marks of silver- 
smiths and goldsmiths 

Jewelry 

Art of the jeweler 

Includes design of settings, cutting and setting of gems and 
semiprecious stones 

Iron 

Ornamental work in iron and steel 
For Metal manufactures, see 671-672 

Bronze and Other Metals 

Copper Brass Pewter Aluminum 

Includes sculpture in the round and in relief 
May be arranged alphabetically by country 

Armor 

Ornamentation of side arms, firearms, as well as suits of armor 
For Manufacture of arms and armor, see 683 



740 DRAWING DECORATIVE ART 



741 



2 



A 



.64 



^5 
£7 



.7 



For Form divisions .1-.9, see p. Iv 

FREEHAND DRAWING 

Art of representing an idea, emotion or object by use of line, 
tone or color 

Materials and Methods of Freehand Drawing 

How to draw How to use various media of charcoal, chalk, 
crayon, pencil, pen, pastels 



Elements of Freehand Drawing 

Line Proportion Light and shade 

Color 

For Perspective, see 742 



Composition 



Cartoons Caricatures 

Materials Methods Critical appraisal Collections 

Includes works of cartoonists and caricaturists, drawing for 
animated cartoons 

For Technical processes involved in producing animated 

cartoons, see 778.S 

Illustration 

Illustration is the translation of an author's idea into pictorial 
form 

Book Illustration 

Includes illustration of book covers and jackets 

For Books which are rarities because oi then illustration, 
see 096 

Magazine Illustration 

Advertising Illustration or Commercial Art 

Includes fashion drawing, poster art; greeting card art 
For Layout in advertising, see 659.13 

Sketching 

Representation of an idea roughly to present its chief features 

366 



367 



Arts and Recreation 



741.9-744.45 



74L9 



742 



743 



744 



.43 



.45 



Collections of Drawings 

Drawings of specific artists, schools or periods, places 

PERSPECTIVE 

Theory Principles 

For Other methods of technical drafting, see 744 AS 

ANATOMY FOR ARTISTS 

Human Animal Plant 

Includes ''how to draw" both from life and cast 

TECHNICAL DRAFTING INDUSTRIAL 

PRODUCTION ILLUSTRATION 

Process of drawing freehand or with instruments, designed to 
impart exact and specific information to the reader Is vari- 
ously termed drafting, mechanical drawing, engineering drawing, 
precision drawing 
Includes drafting room layout and practice, materials, equipment 

Where interest in technical drafting lies chiefly in its relation 
to a specific subject, class in subject, e.g. Engineering drafting, 
620.04; Aircraft drafting and production illustration, 629.142 

For Graphic solutions or geometric construction, see SIS 

Types of Technical Drafting and Industrial Production Il- 
lustration 

Engineering drafting (mechanical, civil, mining, chemical, 
electrical) Architectural drafting Map drafting 

(plat, contour, topographic) 

Conventions 

Special lettering Shading Dimensioning 

Methods 

Working drawings and pictorial illustration 

Includes orthographic, axonomctric ( isometric, dimetric, 

trimetric), oblique projections 

For Perspective, see 742 



744-5-745'58 



Decimal Classification 



368 



744.5 



745 



.2 



.3 



A 



.44 



.5 



52 



.58 



Duplication of Technical Drawings 

Includes blueprints and blueprint reading 

Where interest in blueprint reading lies chiefly in its rela- 
tion to a specific subject, class in subject, e.g. Aircraft blue- 
prints and blueprint reading, 629.142 

y^^-y^g DECORATIVE ARTS 

DECORATIVE ART AND DESIGN 

Decorative or applied arts utilize various phases of art as a means 
of ornamentation or enrichment, and generally are more the 
product of craftsmen than of artists 

Industrial Art 

Structural design of objects, e.g. radios, clocks, lighting fixtures, 
automobiles, for mass production by machine tools 

Folk Art 

Naive, non-academic, often untrained artistic expression of 
simple people in the design of utensils, furniture, portraiture, 

dress 

Design 

Theories Principles Elements of pure and applied de- 
sign 

Historic Decoration or Ornament 

Includes periods and schools 

Handcrafts 

Productive, creative work done by hand with the aid of simple 
tools or machines 

Includes design and instruction in crafts using wood, leather, 
metals, plastics, paper, textiles, e.g. wallpaper design, painted 
textiles, tincraft 

Textile Handcrafts 

It is recommended that Rugs be classified in 746.7 
FoT Laces, tapestry, needlework, see 746 

Basketry 

Raffia, rush, cane handwork 



369 



Arts and Recreation 



745,6-746.7 



745.6 



.67 



746 



.2 



Decorative Lettering 

Alphabets Monograms Heraldic design 
For Lettering for technical drafting, see 744 A3 

Manuscript Illumination 

For Manuscripts which are valuable because of ilJumination, 
see 096 

Stencil Decoration 

Mechanical means of applying patterns with paint to textiles, 
furniture 

For Silk screen printing, see 655.3 

LACES TAPESTRIES NEEDLEWORK 

Historic development Design Identification and collection 

For Instruction in home needlework, lace making, see 646.2; 
Machine production, e.g. Production ot laces, 677.6 

Laces 

For Instruction in home crocheting and tattings see 646.2 



.3 



Tapestries 

For Machine production ot tapestries^ see 677.6 



A 



Needle Crafts 

For Instruction in home sewing, smocking, knitting, crochet- 
ing, quilting, enibroider\% see 646.2 



.44 



Embroidery 

Crewelwork Needle point Ecclesiastic embroidery 
Samplers 



.7 



Handmade Rugs 

Includes Oriental rugs (formerly classified in 745.52) 



747-748.6 



Decimal Classification 



370 



747 



748 



INTERIOR DECORATION 

Planning, designing, execution of structural interiors and their 

furnishings 

Includes walls, ceilings, floors and their decorative treatment; 
consideration of the use of upholstery, draperies, furniture, light- 
ing in designing interiors of homes and other buildings; use of 
color in planning interiors 

House furnishing was formerly classified in 645 
For Factors involved in interior decoration, apart from their 
roJe in interior decoration, see subjects, e.g. Tapestries. 746.3; 
Rugs, 746.7; Furniture, 749; Color, 752; Architecture, 720 

Period Styles of Interior Decoration 

May be arranged alphabetically by country 

For Period styles ot architecture, see 722-724; Period styles of 
furniture, 749.2 

GLASSWARE 

Ornamental and useful glass for table use, mirrors, lighting fix- 
tures, e.g. lamps, candelabra 

For Technical and mass production of glassware, see 666.J 



.2 



.5 



.6 



Period Styles of Glassware 

Historic development Design Identification Collec- 
tion 

Includes Venetian, Bohemian, German, French (Lalique), 
English (Bristol), Irish (Waterford), American (Stiegel, 
Wister, Sandwich [Pressed glass], Steuben), Scandinavian 
(Orrefors) 

Stained Glass 

Design Process of makmg stained glass windows 

Decoration of Glass 

Includes intaglio or relief cutting, engraving, etching, sand 
blasting, spun glass techniques 



37^ 



749 



2 



.21 



.22 



.23 



Arts and Recreation 



749-749-26 



FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES 

Historic development Design Identification Collec- 

tion of fine furniture 

Includes chairs, beds, tables, desks, chests; decorative forms of 
frames, brackets, consoles; accessories, e.g. fireplace mantels, 
clock cases; general collecting manuals 

For Furniture manufacture, see 684.1; Consideration of fui 
niture as an integral part of interior decoration, 747 

Period Styles of Furniture 

Includes antiques, reproductions 

For Gothic period furniture of more than one country, see 
749.24; Renaissance period furniture of more than one 
country, 749.25; Baroque, 749.24 

American Furniture 

Early American Colonial American Georgian (Sa- 
vory) Federal (Duncan Phyfe) Modern 

English Furniture 

English Gothic English Renaissance (Tudor, Eliza- 

bethan, Jacobean) William and Mary Queen Anne 
Georgian (Chippendale, Hcpplcwhite, Adam, Sheraton) 
Regency Modern 



German and Austrian Furniture 



German Gothic 
Modern 



German rococo 



Biedermeier 



,24 



.25 



French Furniture 

French Gothic and Gothic in general French Renais- 
sance French baroque (Louis XIV) and Baroque in gen- 
eral French rococo French classic (Louis XVI) 
French provincial Directoire Empire Modern 

Italian Furniture 

Italian Renaissance and Renaissance in general 



.26 



Hispanic Furniture 

Spanish Portuguese 



749-27-749-29 

749.27 
.28 
.29 



Decimal Classification 



372 



Slavic Russian 
Scandinavian 

Other 

Includes the lacquers of Japan 



751 



752 



750 PAINTING 

For History of painting, see 759; Painters and their work, school of 
painting, regardless of medium, technique, or subject, e.g. Religious 
oil paintings ot Leonardo, 759.5; Political ideology oi nniraJs of 
Diego Rivera, 759.972; Form divisions, except .9 which is not 
used, see p. 'v 

MATERIALS AND METHODS OF PAINTING 

Composition Form Preservation and care Methods of 
restoration 

Includes manner or method of execution in water color, 
gouache, wash, tcmpora, fresco, oil 

For Work of individual painters, see national school of 
painting to which they belong, regardless oi medium, e.g. 
Water colors ot John Marin, 759.13 

COLOR THEORY AND PRACTICE 

Properties Values Harmonies Contrasts Charts 
For Theory of color and light, see 535.6 



y^^-y^S DEVELOPMENT CRITICAL APPRAISAL COLLECTION 

Paintings discussed primarily from viewpoint of sub- 
ject treatment, the artist being of secondary impor- 
tance, e.g. Famous battle paintings, 7S6 



753 



754 



755 



756 



EPIC PAINTING 

Paintings of gods, heroes and other legendary figures 

GENRE PAINTING 

Paintings of everyday life 

RELIGIOUS PAINTING 

Paintings of religious figures and subjects, Christian and non 
Christian 

HISTORICAL PAINTING 

Paintings of famous events, battles 

373 



757-759-05 



Decimal Classification 



374 



375 



Arts and Recreation 



759.06-759.5 



757 PORTRAITURE 

Includes figure painting and painting of portrait miniatures 

For Personal portraits, see 920 

758 LANDSCAPE STILL LIFE 

Includes seascapes, flower painting, animal painting 

759 HISTORY OF PAINTING 

Development, critical appraisal and collections of work of great 
periods and schools of painting 

y^g 01-759.06 PERIODS OF PAINTING 

Painting of the same chionohgical period 
extending over more than one country 

For Painting in a particular country or of a specific artist, see 
7 59. J -.9 regardless of period 

.01 Ancient Painting Primitive Painting 

Includes ancient decorative painting of the Orient, Egypt, 
Greece, and Rome; miniature painting of Persia 

.02 Christian Painting (llth-12th-13th Century) 

Includes Early Christian, Byzantine, Romanesque and 
Gothic painting 

.03 Renaissance Painting (14th-15th-16th Century) 

For Renaissance painting ot a specific country, see 759.I-.9, 
e.g. Itahan Renaissance painters, 759.5 

.04 17th and 18th Century Painting 

For 17th and 18th century paintings of a specific countTV, 
see 759. J- 9, e.g. J 8th century painting in England, 759.2 

.05 19th Century Painting 

Includes impressionism (formerly classified in 759.914), 
neo-imprcssionism, and intimism 

For J 9th century painters of a specific country, see 
759.J-.9, e.g. Corot and the French impressionists, 759.4 



759.06 20th Century Painting 

Includes so-called "Modern or Contemporary" painting with 
its miscellaneous movements: cubism (formerly classified in 
759.915), abstraction, dadoism, surrealism (formerly classi- 
fied in 759.915) 

For 20th century painting in a specific country, see 
759.J-.9, e.g. Dah and Spanish 20th century painters, 
759.6 

y^Q i_y5Q.9 NATIONAL SCHOOLS OF PAINTING 

Includes works of individual artists regardless of period 

or subject 

.1 American Painting 

Includes United States and Canadian painters from John Cop- 
. ley, 18th; Inness, Whistler, 19th; to Marin, O'Kecffe, Sheeler, 
Stella, 20th century 

.11 Canadian Painting 

.13 United States Painting 

2 English Painting 

Includes painters from Hogarth and Reynolds, 18th; Turner, 
Wilson, Millais, 19th; John Seckert, and Paul Nash, 20th 
century 

3 German Painting 

Includes German, Austrian, Czechoslovakian, Polish, Hun- 
garian painters from Durer and Holbein, 16th; to Klee and 
Grosz, 20th century 

.4 French Painting 

Includes painters from Poussin, 17th; Watteau and Chardin, 
18th; Delacroix, Millet, Corot, Daumier, Manet, Degas, 
Cezanne, Gauguin, 19th; to Matisse, Braque, Rousseau, 
Rouault, 20th century 

.5 Italian Painting 

Includes painters from Giotto, 14th; Fra Angelico, Botticelli, 
15th; Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael, Titian, Tintoretto, 
16th'; Guardi, Tiepolo, 18th; to Chirico, 20th century; also 
• futurism (formerly classified in 759.915) 



759-6-759-98 



Decimal Classification 



376 



759.6 Spanish Painting 

Includes painters from El Greco, Velazquez, 17th; Goya, 18th; 
to Picasso, Miro, Dali, Zuloaga, 20th century 

.7 Russian Painting 

Includes Chagall, Kandinski, 20th century 

.8 Scandinavian Painting 

Includes Norwegian, Swedish, and Danish painters from 
Anders Zorn, 19th; to Linnquist, Grunewald, 20th century 

.9 Other Schools of Painting 

.91 It is recommended that International Schools (Impres- 

sionism, Cubism, Surrealism) be classified in 759.05-.06 

y^QQ^-y^g^QQ OTHER NATIONAL SCHOOLS 

may be divided like 930-999, except as provided 

above 

9492 Dutch Painting 

Includes Franz Hals, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Ter Borch, 
17th; Van Gogh, 19th century 

.9493 Flemish Painting 

Includes Van Eyck, Memling, 15th; Brueghel, 16th; 
Rubens, Van Dyck, 17th century 

,95 Far Eastern Painting 

.951 Chinese Painting 

.952 Japanese Painting 

.972 Mexican School 

Includes Lazo, Siqueiros, Diego Rivera, Orozco, Covar- 
rubias, Revueltas 

,98 Latin American School 

Includes Portinari 



760 PRINTS AND PRINT MAKING 

Prints arc products of processes that permit multiple copies to be 
made in limited editions by the original artist 
Includes technique, materials, collecting 

For Mechanically produced works, e.g. line plate, halftone, photo- 
gravure, oEset, see 6SS32; Techniques of speciEc processes, see 
process, e.g. How to do dry points, 767; Form divisions .1-.9, 
p. Jv 

761-767 DESIGN METHOD 

Critical appraisal Work oi 

individual artists Collection 

Includes technique, materials 

For Collections including more than one method, e.g. Etchings and 
engravings, see 769 

761 RELIEF PRINTS 

Wood cuts Wood engravings Linoleum blocks 

Includes Japanese prints by Hiroshige, Hokusai; work of Hol- 
bein, Durer, Maillol, Rockwell Kent, Eric Gill, Lynd Ward, 
Gauguin, Clare Leighton 

.3 Linoleum Blocks 

762 It is recommended that INTAGLIO WORK be classified 

in 765-767 

765 SURFACE OR FLAT PRINTS 

Lithographs 

Includes work of Pennell, Daumier, Currier and Ives 

765-767 INTAGLIO PRINTS 

765 METAL ENGRAVINGS 

Includes work of Hogarth, Brueghel 



766 



AQUATINTS MEZZOTINTS 

377 



767-769 



Decimal Classification 



378 



767 



I 



769 



ETCHINGS DRY POINTS 

Includes work of Rembrandt, Goya, Whistler, John Taylor Arms, 
Benson, Brangwyn 

COLLECTIONS OF PRINTS 

Collections which illustrate various processes of print making 

and of interest from art standpoint 

May be arranged by subject, form, locality or artist 
For Collections representing one process, see process, e.g. En- 
gravings of Eric Gill, 765; Illustrations of animals of interest 
because of subject, not art, see animal, e.g. Dog pictures, 
636.77 



770.1 



.2 



771 



.3 



.5 



772 



773 



770 PHOTOGRAPHY 

For Form divisions .3-.9, see p. Iv; exceptions .1-2 follow: 

Photographic Theory 

Theories of physical, mechanical, chemical influences on 
photographic preparations 
Includes photographic optics 

Photographic Methods 

Elementary operations of photographic processes, e.g. expo- 
sure, developing, fixing, printing, retouching, finishing, toning 
Includes amateur photography 

PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS 

Includes photographic studios, dark rooms, laboratories 

Cameras and Accessories 

Cameras (box, folding, reflex, candid, miniature, moxing pic- 
ture, special cameras, e.g. stereo, panoramic, aerial) 
Camera parts and accessories (lenses, shutters, finders, filters, 

tripods) 

Photographic Chemicals 

Preparation and use, from photographic viewpoint, of chemi- 
cal materials used in photography (support materials; sensitive 
preparations; photographic baths and mixtures; printing, emul- 
sion, coating materials) 

For Chemical action and influence of light, see Photochem- 
istry, 541.35; Manufacture of photographic compounds, 
6617 

METALLIC SALT PROCESSES OF 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

Materials Equipment Methods 

Processes using various metallic salts, e.g. silver, iron, platinum, 
palladium (Daguerreotype, ferrotype or tintype, platinotype 
process, ferroprussiate process, cyanotype, Kallitype) 

PIGMENT PROCESSES OF PHOTOGRAPHY 

Materials Equipment Methods 

Includes carbon, carbro, gum-b.chromate, bromoil, diazo proc- 
esses 

379 



774-778-5 



Decimal Classification 



380 



774-777 
It is recommended that Phofomechanical processes 

be classified in 6SS32 

778 APPLIED PHOTOGRAPHY 

.1 Photocopying 

Includes photostats 

For Microphotography, sec 778.3; Blueprints, 744.5 

2 Photographic Projection 

Includes projectors, projector screens 

.3 Scientific Photography 

Scientific applications of photography, e.g. photomicrography 
or photography of minute objects by aid of microscope; micro- 
photography or production of photographs of microscopic size; 
telephotography, radiography, infra-red and ultra-violet photog- 
raphy, aerial photography, high-speed photography, photo- 
grammetry 

For Specific applications, see fields to which applications are 
made, e.g. Photogrammetric methods in Topographic sur- 
veying, 526.98; Biological microphotography, 578 

.4 Stereoscopic Photography 

Photography of a subject from two different points apart, e.g. 
width of the eyes 



381 



Arts and Recreation 



778.6-779 



778.6 



.7 



& 



.9 



779 



Panchromatic and Color Photography 

Includes photography of colored objects and natural color 

photography 

Additive processes: Trade names include Autochrome, rilm- 

color, Dufaycolor, Finlay color 

Subtractive processes: Trade names include Kodachrome, 

Ektachrome, Kodacolor, Kotavachrome, Agfacolor, Anscocolor, 

Printon, Casparcolor 

Color prints: Trade names include Tricolor Carbro, Belcolor, 

Chromatone, Wash-Off Relief, Kodak Dye Transfer, Duxo- 

chrome or Colorstil, Pinatype, Jos Pe, Autotypc-Dyebro 

For Color moving pictures, see 778.5 

Photography under Special Conditions 

Outdoor, indoor, submarine, arctic or cold temperature, tropic 
or hot weather 

Trick Photography 

Includes table-top photography, multiple photographs of the 
same object, photographs of specters, silhouette photography 

Photography of Special Subjects 

Includes portraits; photography of animals, children, plants, 
clouds, mountains 

COLLECTIONS OF PHOTOGRAPHS 



.5 



Cinematography 

Photography of moving pictures 

Includes sound films; newsreels; animated cartoons; color mov- 
ies, e.g. Technicolor, Kinemacolor 

For Moving picture production, see 792.93; Reproduction 
oi sound in moving pictures, 621.345 



383 



Arts and Recreation 



780.73-781.5 



780.07 



.071 



.072 



.1 
.13 



.15 



.7 

.72 



780 MUSIC 

Music and literature about music 
Includes musicology 

Music may be separated from works about music by prefixing M 

to class number ,-,,11 

For Form divisions .2-.6, .8-.9, see p. Iv, .1 and .7 follow: 

Music and Musicians in Relation to Society, the Arts 

Includes amateurs, the public, patronage, music in the home 
(formerly classified in 780.13) 
For Copyright oi music, see 655.6 

Musicians 

Duties Activities Professional ethics 

Includes composers, interpreters and performers, e.g. 
bards, minstrels, Meistersingcrs 

For Biography of individual musicians, see 927.8 or 
780.92 

Critics Musical Criticism 

It is recommended that Analytical guides (program 
notes) be classified in 780.15 

Philosophy Esthetics 

Value of Music 

Influence and effect of music in industry, hospitals, charac- 
ter training; musical therapeutics 

It is recommended that Music in the Home be classified 

in 780.07 

Appreciation 

Includes analytical guides (program notes) too general to 
class with specific works or composers 

Analytical guides were formerly classified in 780.072 

Study and Teaching 

Musical Conservatories, Schools, Courses 

Includes methods of teaching music in general schools 
For Place of music in curricula, see 375.78; Music in 
elementary schools, 372.878 

382 



780.73 



.77 



.9 



781 



.1 



.2 
.22 

.24 



3 



A 

.41 
.5 



Concerts Concert and Recital Programs 

Programs too general to class elsewhere 

For Programs of specific type, see type of concert, e.g. 
Chamber music programs, 78S.7 

Methods of Teaching Music 

Includes dictation, ear training, pitch perception, eye train- 
ing, music reading, sight reading 

For Methods for specific medium, see medium, e.g. 

Teaching violin, 787.1 

History of Music 

Includes theories and forms (formerly classified in 781.7) 

May be divided like 930-999 

THEORY AND TECHNIQUE OF MUSIC 

For Nomenclature and terminology, see 780.3 

Scientific Theories 

Mathematical theory of music Acoustics in music Psy- 
chology of music Color and music 

Principles of Music 

Sound from Music Viewpoint 

Pitch, scales, intervals, chords, tonalities 

Music Notation 

Music writing 

Includes systems of notation; neumes, tablature, notation for 

blind, reform proposals 

Harmony Thorough-bass 

Includes figured bass, keyboard harmony, modulation 
For Realization of figured bass at sight, see 781.66 

Counterpoint 

Includes canon, fugue 

Melody 

Musical Form 

For Specific foims of music, see form under medium, e.g. 
Piano sonatos, M786.4 



781.6-781.98 



Decimal CJassification 



384 



781.6 



.61 



.62 



.63 



.64 
.65 

.66 
.67 

.7 

.8 

.9 

.97 



.98 



Composition Performance 

781.61-781.63 COMPOSITION 

Composition 

Includes vocal and instrumental composition and arranging 

Special Phases 

Rhythm and meter 

Writing for Instruments 

Includes writing for orchestra, band, dance orchestra 

For Conducting, see 785-789 

781.64-781.67 PERFORMANCE 

For Performance in specific medium, see medium, e.g. Vio- 
lin performance 787.J; Conducting, 785-789 



Improvization Phrasing 
Realization of Figured Bass at Sight 



Transposition 

Interpretation 
Memorizing 

Accompanying 

Embellishment 
It is recommended that Theory and Form be classified with 
History of Music, 780.9 

It is recommended that Ancient Music be classified with 
History of Ancient Music, 780.93 

Other Techniques in Music 

Music Bibliography 

Bibliographies of music and works about music 

Includes catalogs of public and private libraries, publishers, 

dealers; and thematic and other catalogs of composers 

Where interest in bibliographies of works about music lies 
chiefly in relation to bibliography, class in 016 

Publishing 

Includes printing, selling 



385 



Arts and Recreation 



782-783.2 



782 



.08 



.1 



.6 

.7 
.8 



.9 



783 



.1 



DRAMATIC MUSIC THEATER MUSIC 

Includes original music and selections from it 
For Theatrical production, see 792.9 

Collections 

Includes collections of stories from operas 

Operas 

Includes grand; comic and satiric (formerly classified in 782.6); 
bouffe (formerly classified in 782.7); operetta (formerly classi- 
fied in 782.8) 

May be arranged in single alphabet by name of composer 

It is recommended that Comic and Satiric Opera be clas- 
sified in 782.1 

It is recommended that Bouffe Opera be classified in 782.1 

Theater Music Secular Cantatas 

Includes musical comedy, revues, film music 

It is recommended that Operettas be classified in 782.1 
For Sacred cantatas, see 783.4 

Pantomime Masque Ballet Pageant 

CHURCH MUSIC 

For Hymnology, sacred poetry and hymns without music, see 
24S; Hymns with music, 783.9; Vocal solos, 784.3 

It is recommended that Organ Music and Organ Accom- 
paniment be classified in 768.8; Instrumental Music with 
Instrument 

Liturgical and Ritualistic Music 

Music for public worship and prayer of all religions and sects 
Includes mass and missals: Kyrie, Gloria in excelsis, credo; 
offertory, gradual, tract; requiems; choral services: morning and 
evening services, matins, vespers, complines, litanies, antiph- 
onies, responses; special seasons: Advent, All Saints, Lent 

For Excerpts published or set separately, see 78SA 



783.3-784.1 

783.3 



Decimal CJassification 



386 



.4 



.5 



.6 



.7 



A 



.9 



784 



Oratorio Passion Music Christmas Drama 

Music whose accompaniment was originally for orchestra 

Anthems Motets Sacred Cantatas Choruses 

Unaccompanied choruses Accompaniment not originally 
composed for orchestra 

Chants 

Includes Gregorian, Anglican 

Carols 

For Chorals set for congregational singing, see 783.9 

Evangelistic Music 

Includes mission, revival, Sunday school music 

For Evangelistic hymnals, see 783.9 

Church Choirs 

Includes training 

For Choruses and their training in general, see 784.96 

Congregational Singing 

Includes chorals for congregational singing, hymns 

For Hymns without music, see 245 

VOCAL MUSIC 

With or without accompaniment 

Includes sacred and secular songs 

Vocal music is arranged by kinds, e.g. folk, community, madri- 
gals 

Where necessary it may be arranged under kind by ( 1 ) voice, 
e.g. children, women, men; (2) accompaniment, e.g. unaccom- 
panied, keyboard, orchestra; ( 3 ) number of voice parts 

For Dramatic music, see 782; Sacred, 783 



.061-.068 



.1 



It is recommended that the arrangement above (784) 
be used instead of that suggested in previous editions 
in .061-.068 

Chorus and Part Songs 

Accompaniment not originally composed for orchestra 
Includes madrigals, rounds 



387 



Arts and Recreation 



784.2-784.756 



784.2 



.3 



A 



.5 
£ 
.61 

.62 
.624 

.625 

.66 

.68 

.7 

.71 

.75 
.756 



Complete Choral Works 

Accompaniment originally intended for orchestra 
For Selections, see medium of performance 

Solo Songs 

Songs which are composed and not provided for in 784.4-.7 

Folk Songs 

Musical repertory and tradition of communities 

For American-Negro folk songs, see 784.756; National airs 
and songs, 784.71 

Festivals Competitions 

Community Songs Student Songs Society Songs 

Community Songs Home Song Books Popular 

Songs 

Student Songs 

Includes songs of colleges, professional and technical schools 

School Songs Children's Songs 

Includes songs of elementary and secondary schools 

It is recommended that Kindergarten Songs be clas- 
sified in 372.21 

Special Group Songs 

Includes Rotary, Lions songs 

Topical Songs 

Includes songs on temperance, baseball 

Other Songs 

National Airs Songs Hymns 

Includes martial and political songs 

Songs of Groups Not Otherwise Provided for 

Includes Gypsy and American Indian songs 

American-Negro Songs and Spirituals 



784.8-785.11 



Decimal Classification 



388 



784.8 



.9 



.92 



.93 



.94 

.95 

.% 



Collected Songs 

May be arranged like 784 

For Comnninity songs, popuJar songs and home song books, 

see 784.61 

Performance 

Includes solo and ensemble 

Physiology of Voice 

For Voice and speech in physiology, see 612 J8 

Voice Training 

Vocal exercises, breathing, pronunciation, tone formation, 
vowel formation, vowel exercises, whistling 

For Speech or pubhc speaking, see 808.5 

Special Methods 

Sight singing methods, solfeggios, sol-fa 

Concert and Dramatic Performance 

Performance in Concert Choruses 

Chorus training and conducting 

For Church choirs, see 783.8; Choral speaking, 808 SS 



785-789 INSTRUMENTS AND INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC 

History Maiuifacfure Repair Instruction 
Technique Conducting 

For Specific instrument or music written or arranged for it^ see in- 
strument, e.g. Conducting symphonic music, 78S.11; Music for 
vioJa, 7872 



785 



.1 



.11 



INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLES 

Orchestras and Orchestral Music 

IncUides orchestral arrangement of instrumental music 

For Concertos, see 785.6 

Symphony Orchestras and Symphonic Music 

Includes symphonies, symphonic poems, variations 



389 



Arts and Recreation 



785.2-786.2 



785.2 



A 

.42 
.5 

.6 



.7 



A 



.9 



786 



.2 



Orchestras and Orchestral Music with Incidental Vocal 
Music 

For Cantatas, see 782.8, 783.4; Oratorios, see 783 and 784 

Dance, Salon, Theater and Reduced Orchestras and 
Music 

Jazz Orchestras and Jazz 

Overture 

Includes opera overtures for concert performances 

Concerto 

Composition in which one or more solo instruments stand 
out against the orchestra 
Includes conccrti grossi 

Full score and parts may he divided by soJo instrument, 
e.g. viohn concerto, 78 5.67 i; Piano concerto, 78S.662 

Chamber Orchestra 

Music suitable for performance in a moderate size room with 
not more than one player to a part and parts of equal im- 
portance 
Usually implies two or more persons 

Scores may be arranged by composer Scores and parts 
or parts only may be arranged by number of parts, e.g. 
trio, quartet 

Suites 

Includes ballet suites 
It is recommended that Arrangements, Transcriptions 
be classified with Medium, e.g. Orchestral Arrangement 
of instrumental composition, 785.1 

KEYBOARD INSTRUMENTS 

For Duos with keyboard and non-keyboard iiistruments, see non- 
keyboard instrument, e.g. Viohn and piano, 787. J; Organ and 
piano, 786.8 

Piano 

Includes early forms, forerunners, e.g. harpsichord, clavichord, 
spinet, virginal 



786.23-787-3 



Decimal Classification 



390 



786.23 Manufacture Tuning Repair 

.5 Instruction 

.36 Elementary 

37 Intermediate 

.38 Advanced 

.4 Piano Music 

Music composed and arranged for piano 

May be arranged by form or number of pianos or per- 
formers 

JS . Organ 

^3 Manufacture Tuning Repair 

,7 Instruction 

^ Organ Music 

Includes church organ music (formerly classified in 783.1), 
organ and piano music 

.9 Other Keyboard Instruments 

Includes electronic and semi-electronic organs, e.g. Hammond, 
Novachord; accordian 

It is recommended that Music for all types of organs be 

classified in 786.8 

787 STRING INSTRUMENTS 

Includes string orchestras, duos with string instrument and key- 
board instrument 

.04 String Chamber Music 

Three to ten instruments, with or without keyboard instru- 
ments, and duos not employing keyboard instrument 

May be arranged like 78S.7 

For Arrangement keeping all chamber music together, use 

785.7 
J Violin 

.2 Viola 

3 Violoncello 



391 



Arts and Recreation 



787.4-788.5 



787.4 


Other Double Bass Instruments 




Includes contra bass 


.5 


Harp 


j6 


Lute 


.61 


Guitar Balalaika 


.65 


Mandolin 


.7 


Banjo 


A 


Zither and Other Plectral Instruments 


.9 


Other Plectral Instruments 




Includes ukeleles 


.95 


Ensembles 



788 WIND INSTRUMENTS 

Includes duos with wind and keyboard instrument, bands and 
band music 

.04 Wind Chamber Music 

May be arranged like 785.7 

For Arrangement keeping aJJ chamber music together, use 

785.7 

.07 Band Conducting 

Includes drum majoring 

.1 Trumpet Cornet Bugle 

Cornet was formerly classified in 3 

.2 Trombone 

.3 Mellophone Alto Horn 

It is recommended that Cornet be classified in .1 

.4 French Horn 

.47 Baritone, Euphonium 

.48 Bass Horn Tuba Sousaphone 

.49 Other Brass Wind Instruments 

.5 Flute Piccolo Fife Flageolet Recorder 

Ocarina 



788.6-789.913 



Decimal Classification 



392 



788.6 
.66 
.7 

.9 



789 



.1 



.4 



.5 



jS 



Clarinet Bass Clarinet Basset-horn 

Saxophone 

Oboe English Horn 

Bassoon Double Bassoon 

Other Reed Wind Instruments 

Includes bagpipe, alpcnhorn, harmonica 

PERCUSSION INSTRUMENTS 
MECHANICAL REPRODUCTION OF MUSIC 

Membranophones 

Includes drums 

Percussion Instruments Without Pitch 

Includes castanets, maracas 

Percussion Instruments with Pitch 

Includes bells, chimes, carillon, hand bells for change ringing 

Other Percussion Instruments with Pitch 

Includes glockenspiel, marimba, xylophone, celesta 



789.7-789.9 MECHANICAL REPRODUCTION OF MUSIC 

.7 Mechanical Instruments and Devices 

Includes barrel organ, orchestrion, hurdy gurdy 

.8 Music Boxes 



.9 



.91 

.912 

.913 



Electrophones 

Includes theraminvot, emicon 

For Specific instruments, see prototype, e.g. Hammond 
organ, 786.9 

Phonographs 

Phonograph Records 

Catalogs of Records 



791 



.1 



.3 



.5 



j6 



792 



.01 



790 RECREATION 

Includes amusements, hobbies, recreation or community centers 
For Individual hobbies, see specific numbers, e.g. Philately, 
383.22; Form divisions .J-.9, p. Jv 

SHOWS 

Includes traveling shows, concerts, tournaments, public fetes 

Minstrel Shows 

Staging Direction Production 

It is recommended that Conjuring and Ventriloquism be 

classified in 793.8 

For Minstrel show scenarios, see 800 

Circus 

It is recommended that Horse shows be classified in 798 

Puppets 

Art and technique of puppetry (making and operating mario- 
nettes and puppets, staging and producing puppet-plays) 

For Shadow pantomimes and plays, see 800 

Pageants 

Animal Shows 

Includes bull-fights, cock-fighting, rodeos 

For Horse shows, see 798 

THEATER 

Includes stage, screen, radio, television; little, group, or experi- 
mental theater movement 

For Architecture of theaters, see 725.8; Dramatic music, 782; 
Dramatic composition and collections, see appropriate divisions 
in 800 

Dramatic Criticism 

For Criticism of the drama as hterar\^ work, see 800's 

393 



792.02-793-33 



Decimal Classification 



394 



792.02 



.09 

.8 



.9 

.92 

.93 



.94 



.95 



Theater Handbooks 

Handbooks of theater practice, e.g. direction and produc- 
tion, acting, stage design, stage hghting, theatrical make-up, 
costume design and costuming, sound effects 

For Theatrical production, see 792.9 
History of Theater 

Ballet 

Includes choreography, ballet dancing 
For Ballet music, see 782.9 
Theatrical Production 
Stage Show Production 

Moving Picture Production 

For Cinematography, see 778.5; Photoplay scenario writing, 
80823; Moving pictures in education, 371.335 

Radio Show Production 

For Radio communication, sec 384.5; Radio engineering and 
broadcasting, 621384; Radio scripts and how to write them, 
808.22; Radio in education, 371.333 

Television Show Production 

For Television conn7umication, sec 384.55; Television en- 
gineering and broadcasting, 621388; Television authorship, 
808.22; Television in education, 371.335 



793 PARTIES OTHER ENTERTAINMENT 

Includes tableaux, charades 

For Special day entertainments, see 394.26 
.3 Dancing 

.31 Folk and National Dances 

,32 Theatrical Dancing 

Includes classical dancing, interpretative dancing, tap danc- 
ing 

.33 Ballroom Dancing 

Includes waltz, fox trot, tango, rumba, conga, samba, jitter- 
bug dancing 



395 



Arts and Recreation 



793-34-795-43 



793.34 Square Dances Country Dances 

Includes quadrille, Virginia reel 

.7 Puzzles 

Includes riddles, quizzes, contests, literary and mathematical 
games, e.g. anagrams, crossword puzzles, acrostics, mathemati- 
cal puzzles and tricks 

A Conjuring 

Includes juggling, legerdemain, prestidigitation, tricks, ven- 
triloquism (formerly classified in 791.1) 

For Card tricks, see 795.43 

794 CHESS CHECKERS 
,1 Chess 

^ Checkers 

Includes gobang 
JS It is recommended that Bowling be classified in 796.31 

.7 It is recommended that Pool and Billiards be classified in 

796.3 

795 CARD AND TABLE GAMES 

.1 Dice Games 

Includes backgammon, craps 

2 Roulette 

Includes similar wheel and top games 

.3 Dominoes 

Includes other games in which numbers or counters are drawn, 
e.g. Mah jong, lotto, monopoly 

A Cards 

Includes poker, pinochle, rummy, canasta, solitaire 

.41 Bridge 

Whist, auction, contract, five-suit bridge 

.43 Card Tricks 

For Fortune-telhng with cards, see J 33.3 



796-796.7 



Decimal Classification 



396 



397 



Arts and Recreation 



796.72-798.2 



796 



.3 



31 



ATHLETICS AND SPORTS 

Includes children's games 

For Physical education in schools, see 37 J .73; Intramural ath- 
letics and games, 371.74; InterschooJ athletics and games, 
37i.75; Form divisions, p. Iv 

Ball Games 

Includes all ball games, except those below: 

May be arranged alphabetically 

Bowling 

Formerly classified in 794.6 



32 


Basketball 


33 


Football 




Includes Rugby, soccer 


.34 


Tennis 




Includes badminton, ping-pong 


35 


Golf 


357 


Baseball 


A 


Gymnastics Track Athletics 

Includes calisthenics, acrobatics 


.48 


Olympic Games 


.5 


Outdoor Life 




Includes dude ranches 


.51 


Walking 


.52 


Mountain Climbing 


.54 


Camping 

Includes manuals for camp counselors 


JS 


Cycling 

Includes bicycles, motorcycles 



Automobiling 

Includes wandering vacations by car, with or without a trailer 



797 



.1 



798 



7%.72 Automobile Racing 

Includes racing of miniature and soap-box automobiles 

.8 Combat Sports 

.81 Wrestling 

.83 Boxing 

Includes prize fighting, sparring, bag punching 

.84 Jujitsu 

.86 Fencing 

.9 Winter Sports 

Includes iceboating, sleighing, tobogganing, snowshoeing 

.91 Skating 

Includes ice dancing, ice shows 

.93 Skiing 

.96 Ice Games 

Includes ice hockey, curling 

AQUATIC SPORTS AIR SPORTS 

Boating 

Includes canoeing, rowing, sailing (small boats), motorboating 

For Seamanship, see 623.88; Ship models, 623 M 

.14 Yachting 

Includes yacht sailing and racing 

.2 Swimming 

Includes diving, aquatic games and stunts, water pageants 

.5 Air Sports 

Includes airplane racing, gliding for sport 

For Aircraft models and model making, see 629.1 51 

EQUESTRIAN SPORTS RACING 

Includes Horse shows (formerly classified in 791. "5) 

.2 Horsemanship 

Includes horse training 



7984-799-32 



Decimal Classification 



398 



798.4 



A 



799 



.1 



.24 



.25 



.3 



.31 



.32 



Horse Racing 

Includes bookmaking 

Dog Racing 

HUNTING SPORTS 

Includes fishing, hunting, shooting 

For Hunting, trapping, fishing as an occupation, see 639; Con- 
servation ot wild Hie, 333.78 

Fishing 

Includes all methods of fishing in fresh and salt water; fishing 
tackle, artificial flies 

Hunting 

Includes hunting with retrievers, pointers; selection, care, use 
of hunting guns 

Bird Hunting 

Includes decoys 

Falconry and Other Special Hunting Methods 

Includes coursing, jack hunting, drag hunting 

Shooting 

For Game shooting, see 799.2; Gunnery, 623.5 

Target Practice 

Includes trapshooting, skeet shooting; selection, care, use of 
sporting guns 

Archery 

Includes bow and arrow 



800 Literature 



Classification of literature except that of United States is by lan- 
guage, not by nation. Libraries may separate their national literature 
from other literature in the language by adding letters or symbols 
to class numbers, e.g. Chilean literature C860 
Literary works of modern authors who write in several languages or 
whose native language cannot be established, may be classified m 
the literature of language in which works are written 
Fiction is seldom classified but is sometimes distinguished by "F," 
and arranged alphabetically or Cuttered by author 
Small libraries often classify all literature written or translated into 
English in 820-828, disregarding original language in which it was 
written 

Literature, with the exception of 870 and 880 and specified parts of 
the 890's,'may be divided according to literary form by adding the 
following' numbers to the basic number of the literature 

1 poetry 5 oratory 

2 drama 6 letters 

3 fiction 7 satire 

4 essays 8 miscellany 

e.g. German poetry, 831; Swedish poetry, 839.71; Irish drama, 
891.622 

Small libraries and others which consider it important to keep an 
author's work together, arrange all works in a specific literature 
alphabetically by author regardless of the form in which it is written, 
while academic libraries often consider further division of literary 
form by period necessary. For such libraries, chronological divisions 
may be found with each literature. However, if the national lan- 
guage is that of two or more nations, the national character of 
period divisions makes it awkward to expand beyond literary form 

For Form divisions OJ-03 and 05-07, see p. Iv, 04, 08 and 09 

follow: 



399 



804-808.5 



Decimal Classification 



400 



804 ESSAYS LECTURES ADDRESSES 

Collections in which literature is the subject 

Distinction between following numbers for essays follows: 

808.84 Collections of essays from several literatures written 
originally in different languages 

04 (form division) Collections of essays about a literature, e.g. 
Collections of essays about English drama, 822.04 

4 (literary form) Essays written in a particular language, e.g. 
English essays, 824 

808 LITERARY COMPOSITION RHETORIC 

Material about literary composition and style 
For Colkctions of literature, see 808.8 

.06 Writing for Publication 

Includes "how to write for profit," business or career of 
writing 

For Aids for writing in form acceptable for publishing, 
see 029.6; Book duhs, 6S5S 

A Poetry 

Includes prosody (formerly classified in 416, 426) 

^ Drama 

For Texts ot drama, see 812, and other drama numbers 

.22 Radio and Television Script Writing 

,23 Moving Picture Scenario Writing 

.24 One-act Playw^riting 

3 Fiction 

31 Short Story Writing 

,4 Essays 

.5 Speech Public Speaking 

Techniques for delivering public addresses, radio speeches, 
after-dinner speeches, toasts and speeches for special occa- 
sions 



401 



Literature 



808.52-809 



808.52 



.53 



.54 



.55 
.6 



.7 
.8 



.88 



809 



Voice Expression Gesture 

Includes speech correction 

For Vocal culture, see 784.93; Training of speech de- 
fectives, 371.914 
Debating 

Includes round table and forum discussions 

For Organization of discussion groups in adult educa- 
tion, sec 374.24 

Reading Techniques 

Includes public speaking, oral interpretation and dialects 
For Learning to read in elementary schools, see 372.4; 
Remedial reading, 428.4 

Choral Speaking 

Letters Diaries 

Where interest in letters and diaries lies chiefly in their rela- 
tion to biography, class in 920 

Satire Humor 
Collections from Several Literatures Written Originally in 
Different Languages 

Includes recitations and readings 

For Collections relating to specific subject, e.g. Collections of 

writings on history, 908 
' May be divided like 801.1-801.7, e.g. Collections of poetry, 

808.81 

Quotations 

For Riddles, see 398.6; Proverbs, 398.9 

HISTORY OF LITERATURE 

Literatures written originally in several languages 

May be divided like 808.1-808.7, e.g. History of fiction, 809.3 



810 AMERICAN LITERATURE 

Includes Canadian literature which may be distinguished from 
United States literature by adding C to notation. If it seems desir- 
able to separate Canadian literature, English-Canadian may be 
classified here and French-Canadian in 840. Some libraries do not 
distinguish between American and English literature, classifying 
both literatures in 820 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, e.g. 
American satire, 817; and if it seems desirable to divide literary 
form by period, following tabic may be used 

.1 Colonial era (1607-1776) 
.2 Post-revolutionary era (1777-1830) 
.3 Middle 19th century (1831-1861) 
.4 Later 19th ccntun,' (1862-1900) 
.5 20th century (1901- ) 

e.g. American poetry in later 19th century, 811.4 

For Collections ot English and American literature, see 820 



402 



820 ENGLISH LITERATURE 

821-828 is expanded as an example of the application of literary 
form divisions and period divisions of a national literature 

Foi Form divisions, see p. Iv 

821 ENGLISH POETRY 

For Form divisions .01, .08, .09, see p. Iv, .02-.07 have been ex- 
panded for types of poetry, therefore regular form divisions are 

.002-.007 

,02 Dramatic 

.03 Romantic and Epic 

.04 Lyric, Ballads 

.05 Didactic 

.06 Descriptive 

.07 Satiric and Humorous 

.1 Early English (1066-1400) 

Includes Layamon, Chaucer 

.2 Pre-Elizabethan (1401-1558) 

.3 Elizabethan (1559-1625) 

Includes Spenser, Sir Philip Sidney 

.4 Post-Elizabethan (1626-1702) 

Includes Suckling, Herrick, Lovelace, Milton, Dryden 

.5 Queen Anne (1703-1745) 

Includes Pope 

.6 Later 18th Century (1746-1800) 

Includes Gray, Cowper, Burns 

.7 Early 19th Century (1801-1837) 

Includes Wordsworth, Byron, Shelley, Keats 

.8 Victorian Period (1838-1900) 

Includes Tennyson, the Brownings, Swinburne, Bridges 

403 



821.9-823.5 



Decimal Classification 



404 



821.9 



822 



.1 

2 

.3 
.4 



.6 

.7 
.8 

.9 



823 



.1 

.2 
.3 
.4 



.5 



20th Century (1901- ) 

Includes Masefield, Noyes, de la Mare, the Sitwells, T. S. Eliot, 
Spender, Housman, Auden, Davies 

ENGLISH DRAMA 

Includes radio, television, motion picture plays 

Early English (1066-1400) 
Pre-Elizabethan (1401-1558) 

Elizabethan (1559-1625) 

Includes Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, Beaumont and Fletcher 

Post-Elizabethan (1626-1702) 

Includes Wycherly, Congreve 

Queen Anne (1703-1745) 
Includes John Gay 

Later 18th Century (1746-1800) 

Includes Sheridan 

Early 19th Century (1801-1837) 

Victorian Period (1838-1900) 

Includes Barrie, Wilde 

20th Century (1901- ) 

Includes Galsworthy, Shaw 

ENGLISH FICTION 

Includes short stories 

Early English (1066-1400) 

Pre-Elizabethan (1401-1558) 

Elizabethan (1559-1625) 

Post-Elizabethan (1626-1702) 
Includes Bunyan 

Queen Anne (1703-1745) 
Includes Defoe, Fielding 



40s 



Literature 



823.6-826 



823.6 



.7 



.8 



.9 



824 



.3 
.4 
.5 

.6 

.7 

.8 
.9 



825 



JS 



826 



Later 18th Century (1746-1800) 

Includes Richardson, Sterne, Goldsmith 

Early 19th Century (1801-1837) 
Includes Scott, Jane Austen 

Victorian Period (1838-1900) 

Includes the Brontes, Thackeray, Dickens, Kingsley, Trollope, 
George Eliot, Hardy, Stevenson 

20th Century (1901- ) 

Includes Bennett, Conrad, Galsworthy, Walpole, Maugham, 
Wells, Joyce, Woolf 

ENGLISH ESSAYS 
Elizabethan (1558-1625) 

Post-Elizabethan (1626-1702) 

Queen Anne (1703-1745) 
Includes Addison, Steele 

Later 18th Century (1746-1800) 

Includes Samuel Johnson 

Early 19th Century (1801-1837) 
Includes Lamb, Hazlitt 

Victorian Period (1838-1900) 
Includes Carlylc, Ruskin 

20th Century (1901- ) 

Includes Belloc, Chesterson, Beerbohm, Alice Meynell 

ENGLISH ORATORY 

May be divided by periods like 821 

For Techniques o{ public speaking, see 808.5 

Later 18th Century (1746-1800) 
Includes Burke, Pitt 

ENGLISH LETTERS 

May be divided by periods like 821 



827-829.9 



Decimal ChssiEcdtion 



406 



827 



828 



829 



.1 

.2 
.3 
.4 
.5 
.7 
.8 
.9 



ENGLISH SATIRE AND HUMOR 

May be divided by periods like 821 

ENGLISH MISCELLANY 

Includes anecdotes, anagrams, epigrams, quotations, epitaphs, 
literary works that cannot be classified under other literary forms 

May be divided by periods like 821 

For Anecdotes devoted to specific subjects, see subject, e.g. 

Riddles, 398.6; Proverbs, 398.9 

OLD ENGLISH (ANGLO-SAXON) 

LITERATURE 

Poetry 

Caedmon 

Beowulf 

Cynewulf 
Homilies and Religious 
Alfred the Great 
Miscellaneous 
Historical and Biographical Writings 



830 GERMAN LITERATURE 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, e.g. 
German satire, 837; and if it seems desirable to divide literary form 
by periods, following table may be used 

.1 Before Crusades ( -1150) 

.2 Middle high (1151-1300) 

.3 Period of decline (1301-1517) 

.4 Reformation (1518-1625) 

.5 Period of imitation (1626-1750) 

.6 Classical period (1751-1830) 

.7 Post-classical period (1831-1856) 

.8 Later 19th century (1857-1900) 

.9 20th century (1901- ) 

e.g. German drama in the Classical period, 832.6 

For Example ot form and period expansion, see English literature, 

820 



838.99 Yiddish Literature 

Yiddish literature was formerly classified in 892.49 

839 OTHER GERMANIC LITERATURES 

Includes Frisian, Anglo-Frisian, Old Saxon and Gothic 

.3 Netherlandish and Low German Literatures 

.31 Dutch Literature 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, 
e.g. Dutch drama, 839.312; and if it seems desirable to 
divide literary form by period, following table may be used 

1 Middle ages (1201-1450) 

2 Renaissance (1451-1600) 

3 Baroque (1601-1700) 

4 Rationalism (1701-1800) 

5 19th century (1801-1900) 

6 20th century (1901- ) 

e.g. Dutch drama in the 19th century, 839.3125 

For Example oi form and period expansion, see English h't- 

erature, 820 

407 



839-3^~S39'8 



Decimal Classification 



408 



409 



Literature 



839.81-839.82 



839.32 



.36 



.4 
.5 

.6 

.7 



.8 



Flemish Literature 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, 
e.g. Flemish essays, 839.324; and if it seems desirable to 
divide literary form by period, divide like Dutch period divi- 
sions, 839.31 

For Example oi foTin and period expansion, see English lit- 
erature, 820 

Afrikaans 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, 
e.g. Afrikaans poetry, 839.361 

Plattdeutsch (Modem Low German) Literature 
Scandinavian Literatures 
Old Norse Icelandic Faroese 

Swedish Literature 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, 
e.g. Swedish poetry, 839.71; and if it seems desirable to di- 
vide litcrar)^ form by period, following table may be used 

1 Middle ages (1201-1520) 

2 Reformation (1521-1640) 

3 Age of Stjernhjelm (1641-1740) 

4 Ageof Dalin (1741-1780) 

5 Age of Gustavus (1781-1800) 

6 19th century (1801-1900) 

7 20th century (1901- ) 

e.g. Swedish fiction in the 19th century, 839.736 
For Example of form and period expansion, see English lit- 
erature, 820 

Danish and Norwegian Literature 



839.81 



.82 



Danish Literature 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on 
p 399^ e.g. Danish letters, 839.816; and if it seems de- 
sirable to divide literary form by period, following table 
may be used 

1 Middle ages (1101-1500) 

2 Reformation (1501-1560) 

3 Learned period (1561-1700) 

4 Age of Holberg (1701-1750) 

5 Period of enlightenment (1751-1800) 

6 19th century (1801-1900) 

7 20th century (1901- ) 

e.g. Danish poetry in the Age of Holberg, 839.8114 

For Example of form and period expansion, see English 

hterature, 820 

Norwegian Literatvire 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on 
p. 399, e.g. Norwegian miscellany, 839.828; and if it 
seems desirable to divide literary fonn by period, use 
Danish period table above, e.g. Norwegian satire in the 
Learned period, 839.8273 

For Example oi form and period expansion, see Enghsh 
hterature, 820 



849 



.9 



840 FRENCH LITERATURE 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, e.g. 
French drama, 842; and if it seems desirable to divide literary 
form by period, following table may be used 

.1 Early French (842-1400) 

.2 Transition period (1401-1500) 

.3 Renaissance (1501-1600) 

.4 Classical period (1601-1715) 

.5 18th century (1716-1789) 

.6 Revolution and Empire (1790-1815) 

.7 Constitutional monarchy (1816-1848) 

.8 Later 19th century (1849-1900) 

.9 20th century (1901- ) 

e.g. French fiction in the 20th century, 843.9 
For Example of form and period expansion, see English litera- 
ture, 820 

PROVENCAL LITERATURE 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, e.g. 
Pro\cngal poetry, 849.1; and if it seems desirable to divide liter- 
ar\' form by periods, following table may be used 

1 1st period (900-1100) 

2 Golden age (1101-1300) 

3 Aftermath (1301-1500) 

4 Decadence (1501-1900) 

5 20th century (1901- ) 

e.g. Provencal poetry in the Golden age, 849.12 
For Example oi tonn and period expansion, see English litera- 
ture, 820 

CATALAN LITERATURE 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, e.g. 
Catalan poetry, 849.1; and if it seems desirable to divide literary 
form by period, following table may be used 

1 1st period (1201-1350) 

2 2nd period (1351-1450) 

3 Age of perfection (1451-1500) 

4 Modern period (1841-1900) 

5 20th century (1901- ) 

e.g. Catalan drama in the Age of perfection, 849.923 
For Example of form and period expansion, see English liter- 
ature, 820 

410 



859 



.9 



850 ITALIAN LITERATURE 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, e.g. 
Italian letters, 856; and if it seems desirable to divide literary 
form by period, following table may be used 

.1 Early Italian ( -1375) 
2 Period of classical learning (1376-1492) 
.3 Age of Leo the Tenth (1493-1542) 
.4 Later 16th century (1543-1585) 
.5 Period of decline (1586-1748) 
.6 Period of renovation (1749-1814) 
.7 Early 19th century (1815-1859) 
.8 Later 19th century (1860-1900) 
.9 20th century (1901- ) 

e.g. Italian fiction in Early 19th century, 853.7 
For Example oi form and period expansion, sec English litera- 
ture, 820 

RUMANIAN LITERATURE 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, e.g. 
Rumanian humor, 859.7 

ROMANSCH (Rhetic) LITERATURE 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, e.g. 
Romansch drama, 859.92 



411 






860 SPANISH LITERATURE 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, e.g. 
Spanish poetry, 861; and if it seems desirable to divide literary 
form by period, following table may be used 

.1 Early Spanish ( -1369) 
.2 Age of imitation (1370-1516) 
.3 Golden age (1517-1700) 
.4 18th century (1701-1800) 
.5 19th century (1801-1900) 
.6 20th century (1901- ) 

e.g. Spanish drama in 18th century, 862.4 
For Example ot form and period expansion, see English litera- 
ture, 820 



LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURES 

Following is recommended for libraries in Latin American coun- 
tries, but may also be used elsewhere. National literatures in 
Spanish language may be separated from Spanish literature within 
860 by following method: Latin American literature, prefix 
"L" before notations, e.g. History of Latin American literature, 
L860.9; Latin American poetry, L861; Countries may be treated 
similarly, e.g. Mexican literature, M860; Mexican poetry, M861 

If it seems desirable to divide literary form by period, following 
may be used 

.1 Colonial period and period of struggle for independence 

(1519-1826) 
.2 19th century before Modernism (1827-1888) 
.3 Modernism Realism (1889-1910) 
.4 Contemporary period (1911- ) 

e.g Latin American poetry in Contemporary period, L861.4 
For Brazilian hterature, see 869 



869 



Literature 



869-869.9 



PORTUGUESE LITERATURE 



.9 



May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, e.g. 
Portuguese miscellany, 869.8 

For Example oi form and period expansion, see English litera- 
ture, 820 

BRAZILIAN LITERATURE 

Following is recommended for libraries in Latin America but may 
also be used elsewhere. Brazilian national literature may be sepa- 
rated from Portuguese literature within 869 by prefixing "B" be- 
fore notations, e.g. History of Brazilian literature, B869.09; Bra- 
zilian poetry, B869.1 

Calician 

May be divided like Portuguese literature, 869, e.g. Calician 

essays, 869.94 



412 



^ . 



870 LATIN LITERATURE 



871 



872 



873 



874 



875 



876 



877 



878 



879 



For Classical literature including both Greek and Latin, see 880 

LATIN POETRY 

Poetry not specifically of one type 
Includes Lucretius, Ovid 

For Dramatic, epic and lyric poetry, see 872, 873 and 874 

LATIN DRAMATIC POETRY 

Includes Plautus, Terence, Seneca 

LATIN EPIC POETRY 

Includes Virgil 

LATIN LYRIC POETRY 

Includes Catullus, Horace 

LATIN ORATORY 

Includes Cicero, Quintilian 

LATIN LETTERS 

Includes Pliny 

LATIN SATIRE AND HUMOR 

Includes Cato, Martial, Juvenal 

LATIN MISCELLANY 

Includes Caesar, Sallust, Livy, Seneca, Tacitus, Suetonius 

OTHER ITALIC, MEDIEVAL AND MODERN 
LATIN LITERATURE (CHURCH LATIN) 

Includes literature of Romance languages 

879 may be divided by literary form divisions as given on 
p. 399, e.g. Medieval fiction, 879.3 



414 



880 GREEK LITERATURE 



881 



882 



883 



884 



885 



886 



887 



888 



889 



Includes Classical literature (Greek and Latin) 
For Modern Greek literature, see 889 

GREEK POETRY 

Poetry not specifically of one t)'pe 

For Dramatic, epic and lyric poetr)', sec 882, 883, 884 

GREEK DRAMATIC POETRY 

Includes Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, Aristophanes 

GREEK EPIC POETRY 

Includes Homer, Hcsiod 

GREEK LYRIC POETRY 

Includes Sappho, Pindar, Theocritus 

GREEK ORATORY 

Includes Demosthenes, Lycurgus 

GREEK LETTERS 

Includes Thcmistoclcs 

GREEK SATIRE AND HUMOR 

For Comedies ot Aristophanes, see 882 

GREEK MISCELLANY 

Includes Herodotus, Thucydides, Xenophon, Plato, Aristotle, 

Aesop, Plutarch 

For Platonic phiJosoph)-, see 184; Aristotehan philosophy, 

m 

HELLENIC GROUP, MODERN GREEK 

LITERATURE 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, e.g. 
Modern Greek poetry, 889.1 



41 5 



890 LITERATURE OF OTHER LANGUAGES 



May be divided like 490-499 

891 INDO-EUROPEAN LITERATURES 

Includes Indo-Hittite 

891.54, .62, .66, .7, .81, .84, .85, .86, .92, .93 may be divided 
by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, e.g. Irish poetry, 
891.621 

.1 Indo-Iranian and Indie Literatures 

.2 Sanskrit and Old Indie Literatures 

3 Prakrit and Pali Literatures 

.4 Modem Indie Literatures 

Includes Hindi, Urdu, Bengali, Panjabi, Sindhi 

.5 Iranian Literatures 

.54 Armenian Literature 

.55 Modem Persian Literature 

.6 Italo-Celtic and Celtic Literatures 

.62 Irish Literature 

,66 Welsh Literature 

.69 It is recommended that Basque Literature be classified 

in 899.9 

.7 Slavic Literature 

Includes Russian literature 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, 
e.g. Russian satire, 891.77; and if it seems desirable to divide 
literary form by periods, following table may be used 

1 Old Russian ( -1650) 

2 Age of classicism (1651-1800) 

3 19th century (1801-1900) 

4 20th century (1901- ) 

e.g. Russian fiction in 19th century, 891.733 

For Example ot tomi and period expansion, see English lit- 

erafiire, 820 



.79 



Ukrainian Literatiu-es 

416 



4^7 



Literature 



891.8-892.9 



89L8 



.81 
.82 
.84 
.85 
.86 
.9 

.92 
.93 
.99 

.991 



892 



.1 

.19 

2 
.3 
.4 
.49 



.5 
.6 

.7 
.8 



.9 



Windish, Moravian, Slovak, Croatian, Polabian Litera- 
tures 
Bulgarian Literature 

Serbian Literature 

Slovene Literature 

Polish Literature 

Czech (Bohemian) Literature 

Baltic Literatures 

Includes Old Prussian, Latvian 

Lithuanian Literature 
Lettish Literature 
Other Indo-European Literature 
Includes Hittite 
Thraco-lUyrian Literatiu-e 

SEMITIC LITERATURES 

892.1, .2, .3, .4, .49, .5 may be divided by literary form divisions 
as given on p. 399, e.g. Hebrew poetry, 892.41 

Aramaic Literature 

Assyrian and Babylonian Literature 

Chaldean Literature 

Syrian Literature 

Hebrew Literature 

It is recommended that Yiddish Literature be classified 

in 838.99 

Samaritan Literature 

Phoenician, Punic, Carthaginian Literature 

Arabic Literature 

Ethiopian Literature 

For Hamitic Ethiopian literature, see 893.5 

Himyaritic (Mineo-Sabean) Literature 



893-895-1 



Decimal Classification 



418 



893 



.1 

.2 
.3 
.5 



894 



.1 

.2 

.3 

.35 

.4 

.5 



.511 

.531 

.541 

.545 

.55 

.6 

.8 



895 



.1 



HAMITIC LITERATURES 

893.1, .2, .3, .5 may be divided by literary form divisions as given 
on p. 399, e.g. Coptic poetry, 893.21 

Old Egyptian Literatvire 
Coptic Literature 
Libyan Literature 
Hamitic Ethiopian Literature 

TUNGUZIC, MONGOLIC, TURKIC, 
SAMOYED, FINNO-UGRIC AND 

HYPERBOREAN LITERATURES 

Tunguzic Literature 
Mongolic Literature 
Turkic Literature 
Turkish Proper 
Samoyed Literature 

Finno-Ugric Literature 

894.5-894.55 may be divided by literary form divisions as 
given on p. 399, e.g. Estonian poetry, 894.5451 

Hungarian Literature 
Permian Literature 
Finnish Literature 
Estonian Literature 
Lappish Literature 
Hyperborean (Paleoasiatic) Literatures 

Caucasic and Dravidian Literatures 

Caucasia literature was formerly classified in 899.96 

SINO-TIBETAN, JAPANESE-KOREAN, AND 

AUSTRO-ASIATIC LITERATURES 

May be divided by literary form divisions as given on p. 399, e.g. 
Chinese fiction, 895.13 

Chinese Literature 



419 


Literature 


895.4 


Tibetan Literature 


.5 


Himalayan Literature 


.6 


Japanese Literature 


.7 


Korean Literature 


.8 


Burmese Literature 


.91 


Siamese Literature 


.92 


Annamese Literature 


.95 


Munda Literature 


896 


AFRICAN LITERATURES 


.1 


Bushman-Hottentot Literature 


.3 


Bantu Literature 


.4 


Guinean Literature 


.5 


Sudanese Literature 



895.4-899.2 



897 NORTH AMERICAN LITERATURES 
J Eskimoan Literature 

2 Na-Dene Literature 

,5 Algonkian-Mosan Literature 

,4 Macro-Penutian Literature 

.5 Hokan-Siouan Literature 

jS Macro-Otomanguean Literature 

,7 Tarascan Literature 

^ Miskito-Matagalpan Literature 

898 SOUTH AMERICAN LITERATURES 

Includes Chibchan, Kcchuan, Aymara, Cunza-Diaguita, Allen- 
tiac, Millcayac, Tucano 

899 AUSTRONESIAN LITERATURES 

For Austro-Asiatic literatures, see 895 
J Papuan Literature 

.2 Indonesian Literature 



899-4"899-96 



Decimal Classification 



420 



899.4 
.5 
.6 
.9 



.% 



Polynesian Literature 

Melanesian and Micronesian (Isolated Islands) Literature 

Australian Literature 

Other Literatures 

Includes Basque literature (formerly classified in 891.69) 
It is recommended that Caucasic Literatures be classi- 
fied in 894.8 



900 History 



909 



.82 



POLITICAL SOCIAL CULTURAL 

Systematic record of human progress or civilization 
For Economic historv, see 330.9; Natural history-, 574; Biblical 
history, 220.95; Form divisions 1-8, p. Iv, exception m 9 fol- 
lows: 

MODERN WORLD HISTORY 

Fall of Rome (a.d. 476) to present 
For Ancient history, see 930 

Twentieth Century World History 



421 



910.2 



3 



.4 

.41 
.45 

.8 



911 



.3 



912 



910 GEOGRAPHY 

Topography or description of earth 

Includes discovery and exploration 

For Physiography, see SSIA; Human geography, 9JJ; Regional 
geography, 913-919; Form divisions ], S-7, 9, p. Iv; exceptions 
2, 3, 4, 8 foJJow: 

Guidebooks 

Travelers' manuals 

Gazetteers 

Includes geographical or place names (formerly classified in 

929.4) 

Voyages and Travels 

Travel by land, sea, air from viewpoint of traveler 

Voyages Around the World 

Sea Voyages 

Includes shipwrecks, buried treasure, pirates, buccaneers 

Collected Travels 

HUMAN GEOGRAPHY 

Relationship of man to his environment 
For Anfhropogeography, see 572.9 

Political Geography 

Effeet of geographic faetors upon structure, growth, relation- 
ships of states 

Includes historical geography, influence of geographic environ- 
ment during successive periods of histor}^ 

Economic or Commercial Geography 

Adjustment of man to his environment by means of economic 
activities 

ATLASES 

Includes maps, globes 

May be divided like 930-999 

For Cartography, see 526.8 

422 



423 



History 



912.1-919 



912.1 
.2 



913 



914 
915 
916 
917 
918 
919 



Eastern Hemisphere 
Western Hemisphere 

913-919 REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY 

Desciiption of specific regions, their 

peoples^ aninmhy natural products 

Includes guidebooks 2nd travelers' 

manuals of specific regions 

For Social history oi countries, see countries, e.g. Social history 
of England, 942; National customs, 390.9 

GEOGRAPHY OF ANCIENT WORLD 

It is recommended that Archeology of specific countries be classi- 
fied in history of countries, e.g. Antiquities of France, 944 

For Prehistoric Archeology, see 571 

GEOGRAPHY OF EUROPE 

GEOGRAPHY OF ASIA 

GEOGRAPHY OF AFRICA 

GEOGRAPHY OF NORTH AMERICA 

GEOGRAPHY OF SOUTH AMERICA 

GEOGRAPHY OF OCEANIA AND POLAR 

REGIONS 



425 



History 



929.8-929.9 



929 



.1 



.2 



.3 



.4 



.7 



.71 



920 BIOGRAPHY 

Includes autobiographies, diaries, personal narratives, eulogies, cor- 
respondence except that of literary value 

Libraries often prefer to arrange individual biographies in 92 or B, 
and collective biography in 920 

When desirable, collective biography may be classified by subject 
in 921-928 divided like whole classification, e.g. Biographies of 
botanists, 925.8 

Libraries with special subject collections may prefer to classify col- 
lective biography with subjects by using form division .092, e.g. 
Biographies of botanists, 580.92 

GENEALOGY AND HERALDRY 

Genealogy 

History of descent of persons or families from their ancestors 
Includes pedigree tracing, how to write family histories, genea- 
logical forms and blanks 

Family Histories 

Gcnealog}^ of specific families 

Genealogical Sources 

Source material from registers, wills, tax lists 

Personal Names 

Includes Christian names, surnames, nicknames 

It is recommended that Geographical or Place Names be 

classified in 910.3 

Heraldry 

Includes whole group of duties of heralds, e.g. regulation of 
public ceremonies, blazoning arms 

Peerage Royalty 

Includes titles of honor, rank, precedence 

Knighthood 

Includes orders, e.g. Knights of Malta, Order of the Garter; 
decorations 

424 



929.8 



.9 



Armorial Bearings 

Includes coats-of-amis, crests 

Flags 

Includes banners, standards 



930 ANCIENT WORLD HISTORY 



931 



932 



933 



934 



935 



936 



937 



938 



939 



Beginning of historic period to a.d. 476 

For Modern world history, see 909; PTehistoric times, 571 

It is recommended that ANCIENT CHINESE 

HISTORY be classified in 951 

ANCIENT EGYPT 

Predynastic period to Persian conquest 

Foi Modern Egypt, see 962 

ANCIENT HEBREW CIVILIZATION 

Conquest of Canaanites to fall of kingdom 
Includes kingdoms of Israel and Judah 

It is recommended that ANCIENT INDIAN HISTORY 

be classified in 954 

ANCIENT NEAR EAST 

Includes ancient oriental empires, e.g. Sumeria, Chaldea, Assyria, 
Babylon, Media, Persia, Parthia, Sassanian, or New Persian Em- 
pire 

ANCIENT EUROPEAN TRIBES 

Migratory tribes (Visigoths, Ostrogoths, Vandals, Burgundians, 
Franks, Angles, Saxons) 

For Countries founded by these tribes, see countries, e.g. 
Anglo-Saxons in England, 942,01 

ANCIENT ROME 

Founding to fall of Western empire, a.d. 476 

ANCIENT GREECE 

Colonization to subjugation by Romans, a.d. 323 
For Byzantine empire and modern Greece, see 949.5 

OTHER ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS 

Includes Asia Minor and the Hittites; Aegean world prior to rise 
of Greek states; Syria and the Canaanites, Phoenicians, Aramaeans 



426 



940 EUROPEAN HISTORY 



940.1 



.18 
2 

21 

.22 
.27 
.28 

.3 

.31 



.32 



.34-.39 



.4 

.41 

.42 
.44 
.45 



Fall of Rome (a.d. 476) to present 

Medieval Europe 

Rise of new nations to fall of Constantinople, 1453 
Includes ages of feudalism and chivalry 

Crusades 

Modern Europe 

Renaissance to World War I, 1453-1914 

Renaissance, 1453-1517 
Reformation, 1517-1789 
Napoleonic Era, 1789-1815 

Nineteenth Century Europe, 1815-1914 

Congress of Vienna to Worid War I 

World War 1, 1914-1919 

Political History 

Includes historical, political, diplomatic, economic causes; 
results or peace terms, e.g. treaties and conferences, terri- 
torial questions, reconstruction 

Diplomatic History 

Includes peace efforts during war, neutrality 

It is recommended that War History of Specific Coun- 
tries be classified in History of Countries, e.g. U. S. in 
World War I, 973.91 

Military History 

Includes military intelligence, espionage 

Ground Organization 

Includes armies, corps, divisions or regiments 

Campaigns and Battles 
Aerial Operations 



Naval Operations 



427 



940.451-940-5451 



Decimal Chssification 



428 



940.451 



.46 



.47 



.48 
.49 

.5 

.53 
.531 



.532 



.534-.539 



.54 

.541 

.542 
.544 
.545 
.5451 



Submarine Operations 

Includes antisubmarine operations 

Memorials 

Includes monuments, rolls of honor 

Social Conditions 

Includes prisoners and prisons, medical and sanitary af- 
fairs, hospital service, relief activities of Red Cross and 
similar organizations 

Personal Narratives 

Illustrative Material 

For Special collections only 

Twentieth Century Europe 

Includes inter\'al between wars 

World War II, 1939-1945 

Political History 

Includes historical, political, diplomatic, economic causes; 
results or peace terms, e.g. treaties and conferences, terri- 
torial questions, reconstruction 

Diplomatic History 

Includes peace efforts during war, neutrality 

It is recommended that War History of Specific Coun- 
tries be classified in History of Countries, e.g. Germany 
in World War II, 943.086 

Military History 

Includes military intelligence, espionage 

Ground Organization 

Includes armies, corps, divisions or regiments 

Campaigns and Battles 
Aerial Operations 
Naval Operations 

Submarine Operations 

Includes antisubmarine operations 



429 



History 



940.546-942.05 



.548 
.549 

.55 



940.546 Memorials 

Includes monuments, rolls of honor 

,547 Social Conditions 

Includes prisoners and prisons, medical and sanitary af- 
fairs, hospital service, relief activities of Red Cross and 
similar organizations 

Personal Narratives 

Illustrative Material 

For Special collections only 

Post-war Europe, 1945- 

For Post-war World history, see 909.82 

941 SCOTLAND 

Gaelic period to present 

.5 IRISH REPUBLIC (EIRE) 

Early history to present 

,6 Northern Ireland 

Founding (1920) to present 

942 ENGLAND 

Includes Great Britain, Thames River 

.01 Anglo-Saxon England, to 1066 

Invasions of cady tribes to Anglo-Saxon supremacy 

.02 England under Normans, 1066-1154 

Period of Anglo-Norman feudalism 

.03 Plantagenet England, 1154-1399 

Period of constitutional progress 
Includes reign of Henr}' III 

.04 England under Lancasters and Yorks, 1399-1485 

Period of military conflict Fifteenth century 

.05 Tudor England, 1485-1603 

Reformation period Sixteenth century 

Includes reign of Henry VIII 



942.055-943'°^ 



Decimal Classification 



430 



942.055 Elizabethan England, 1558-1603 

Reign of Elizabeth 

.06 England under Stuarts, 1603-1714 

Restoration period Seventeenth century 

Includes reign of Charles I, Charles II, William and 
Mary, Anne 

.07 Hanoverian England, 1714-1837 

Period of political reaction and reform Eighteenth cen- 
tury 

Includes reign of George III 

.08 Victorian England, 1837-1901 

Period of imperialism, liberalism Nineteenth century 

Includes reign of Victoria 
.082 Twentieth Century England, 1901- 

.083 England and World War I, 1910-1936 

Includes reign of George V 

.084 England and World War U, 1936-1945 

Includes reign of Edward VIII, George VI 

.085 Post-war England, 1945- 

.1 London 

.34 Channel Islands 

Includes Jersey, Guernsey 

.89 Isle of Man 

.9 Wales 

943 GERMANY 

Formative period to unification, 1866 
Includes Danube, Rhine Rivers 

.08 Imperial Germany, 1866-1918 

United empire and its downfall 

Includes Germany in World War I; reign of Frederick III, 

William II 



451 



History 



943.085-944.07 



943.085 



.086 



.087 

j6 

.648 

.68 

.7 

.8 



.9 



944 



.01 



.02 



.03 



.04 



.05 



.06 



German Republic, 1918-1934 

Period between wars 

Includes presidency of Ebert and Hindenburg 

Third Reich, 1934-1945 

Nazi Germany under Hitler 
Includes Germany in World War II 

Post-war Germany, 1945- 
AUSTRIA 
LIECHTENSTEIN 

TRIESTE 
CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

POLAND 

All periods of Poland's history 

HUNGARY 

FRANCE 

Early France, to 987 

Ancient Celts to Carlovingians 

Growth of Royal Power in France, 987-1589 

Includes Houses of Capet, Valois, Angouleme 

Bourbon France, 1589-1789 

Period of wars 

Includes reign of Louis XIII, XIV, XV, XVI 

French Revolution, 1789-1804 

National assembly to first consulate 
Includes reign of terror 

Napoleonic France, 1804-1815 

Period of first empire 

French Restoration, 1815-1848 

Period of discontent 



.07 France's Second Republic and Second Empire, 1848-1870 



944*o8~946-03 



Decimal Classification 



4^2 



944.08 

.081 

.082 

.36 
.949 

945 



.09 



.091 

.092 
.4 

.6 

.8 



946 



.01 

.02 
.03 



Third French Republic, 1870-1939 

Includes France in World War I, problems following war 

France and World War II, 1939-1945 

Includes dictatorship of Petain and Laval 

Fourth French Republic, 1945- 

Includes presidency of dc Gaulle, Gouin, Bidault, Auriol 

Paris 

Monaco 

Includes Monte Carlo 

ITALY 

Gothic and Lombard kingdoms to united Italy, to 1870 
For Ancient Roman Empire, see 937 

Modem Italian Kingdom, 1870-1918 

Includes Italy in World War I; reign of Victor Emmanuel 
II-III 

Fascist Italy, 1918-1945 

Includes Mussolini's regime, Italy in World War II 

Italian Republic, 1946- 
San Marino 

Rome 

Includes Vatican City 

Malta 

SPAIN 

Includes Pyrenees Mountains 

Early Spain 

Spain under Romans and Goths, to 711 

Moorish Kingdom, 711-1479 

Union of Aragon and Castile, 1479-1516 

Expulsion of Moors 

Includes reign of Ferdinand and Isabella 



433 



History 



g46.04-947.085 



946.04 

.05 
.06 
.07 



Spanish Decline, 1516-1598 

Inquisition period 

Era of Degeneration in Spain, 1598-1808 
Spain under French Control, 1808-1814 

Bourbon Restoration in Spain, 1814-1868 

Period of dissatisfaction and revolt 
Includes reign of Ferdinand VII, Isabella II 

.08 New Spanish Monarchy, 1868-1931 

Revolution and second restoration 
Includes reign of Alfonso XII-XIII 

.081 Second Spanish Republic, 193 1-1939 

Includes Spanish civil war 

.082 Post-war Spain, 1939- 

Spain under Franco dictatorship 

.7 Andorra 

.8 Gibraltar 

.9 PORTUGAL 

947 UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS 

(RUSSIA) 

Primitive Russia to emancipation of serfs, to 1855 

Includes reign of Ivan the Terrible, Peter the Great, Catherme 

the Great 

For Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic, see 949.85; Soviet 

Central Asia, 958.4 

.08 Reform and Reaction in Russia, 1855-1917 

Development of nationalist state 

Includes reign of Alexander II-III, Nicholas II 

.083 Fall of Russian Empire, 1917-1939 

Includes Russia in World War I, Russian revolution, dicta- 
torship of Lenin and Stalin 

.084 Russia and World War II, 1939-1945 

.085 Post-war Russia, 1945- 



947-1-949 


.6 Decimal Classification 434 


947.1 


It is recommended that Finland be classified in 948.95 


.2 


Karelo-Finnish Soviet Socialist Republic 


.3 


Russian Soviet Federal Socialist Republic 




For Russian Soviet Federal SociaJist Republic Siberian regions, 
see 957 


.4 


Latvian Soviet Socialist Republic 


.41 


Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic 


.5 


Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic 


.6 


Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic 


.7 


Ukranian Soviet Socialist Republic 


.9 


Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic 


.91 


Azerbaijan Soviet Socialist Republic 


.92 


Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic 


948 


SCANDINAVIA 


.1 


Vorway 


.5 


Sweden 



435 




History 


949.65-949-85 


949.65 


Albania 

Includes Saseno 






7 


Yugoslavia 






.75 


Bulgaria 






A 


Rumania 






.85 


Moldavian Soviet 


Socialist Republic 





949 



.9 
.95 

.1 

.2 
3 

.35 

A 
.5 



£ 



Denmark 
Finland 

OTHER EUROPEAN COUNTRIES 
Iceland 
Netherlands 
Belgium 
Luxembourg 

Switzerland 

Includes Alps Mountains 

Greece 

Includes Byzantine Empire, 323-1453 
For Ancient Greece, see 938 

It is recommended that Turkey be classified in 956.1 



437 



History 



952-955 



950 HISTORY OF ASIA 

Includes modern history of Orient, Far East 
For Ancient orientaJ empires, see 935 

951 CHINA 

Includes ancient Chinese history (formerly classified in 931), 
Imperial China, Yangtse River 

.04 Chinese Republic, 1912-1949 

Founding of Republic to Nationalist revolution 

Includes uresidency of Sun Yat-sen and Yuan Shih-K'aij 

Civil War, 1917-1926 

.042 Nationalist China, 1927-1949 

China under Chiang Kai-shek 

Includes struggle between Koumintang and Communist 
party, Japanese occupation of Manchuria, Chinese-Japa- 
nese War 

.05 People's Republic of China, 1949- 

Communist China 



.132 


Shanghai 


.154 


Tientsin 


.156 


Peiping 


.24 


Taiwan 


.25 


Hong Kong 


.26 


Macao 


.5 


Tibet 


JS 


Sinkiang 


.7 


Mongolia 


.73 


Outer Mongolia 


.8 


Manchuria 


.822 


Kwantung 


.9 


KOREA 



952 JAPAN 

Early period to end of shoguns and reestablishment of imperial 
power, to 1868 

.03 Twentieth Century Japan, 1868- 

Includes Japan in World War I 

.033 Showa Period, 1926- 

Japan under Hirohito 

Includes Japan in World War II, Allied occupation 

953 ARABIA 

Includes minor Arabian States, e.g. Bahrain, Kuwait 
.3 Yemen 

.5 Oman 

Ji Saudi Arabia 

Formerly Nejd 

954 INDIA 

Early India to English rule, to 1765 

Includes Ancient India (formerly classified in 934); Moslem In- 
dia; European settlements other than British, e.g. Portuguese, 
Dutch, French; Laccadive Islands 

.08 British India, 1765-1947 

English rule and occupation to independence 

.09 Union of India, 1947- 

.1 Bhutan 

.2 Nepal 

.7 PAKISTAN 

Includes former territories of Baluchistan, East Bengal, North 
West Frontier, West Punjab, Sind 

.8 Ceylon 

Includes Maldive Islands 

955 IRAN 



436 



956-959 



Decimal Classification 



438 



956 



.1 



A 

.7 
.9 
.94 

.95 



957 



958 



.1 
.4 



959 



.1 

.3 
.5 
.52 



NEAR EAST 

Includes Levant Asia Minor 
For Ancient Near East, see 935 

Turkey 

All periods of Turkey's history 

Includes Ottoman Empire (formerly classified in 949.6) 

Cyprus 

Iraq 

Syria and Lebanon 

Israel 

Includes former Palestine 

Transjordan 

UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS 

ASIATIC REGIONS 

Includes Yakutsk Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, Buriat- 
Mongol Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic 

For European areas of Russian Soviet Federal Socialist Repub- 
lic, see 947.3 

MIDDLE EAST 

Afghanistan 

Soviet Central Asia 

Includes Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic, Uzbek Soviet Socialist 
Republic, Turkmen Soviet Socialist Republic, Tadzhik Soviet So- 
cialist Republic, Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic 

FRENCH INDOCHINA 

Includes Associated States of Viet-Nam (Tonking, Annam, 
Cochin-China), Cambodia, Laos 

Union of Burma 

Siam 

Federation of Malaya 

Singapore 



960 AFRICAN HISTORY 



961 



.1 
2 



962 



.15 
.4 



%3 



.5 



964 



2 



.9 



965 
%6 



.1 

.12 

.2 
.25 
.26 
.3 

.4 



NORTH AFRICA 
Tunisia 
Libya 

EGYPT 

Includes Nile River 

For Ancient Egypt, see 932 

Suez Canal 
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan 

ETHIOPIA 

Italian East Africa 

Includes Eritrea, Italian Somaliland (formerly classified m 

967.73) 

MOROCCO 
Spanish Morocco 

Spanish Sahara Ifni 

Spanish Sahara includes Rio de Oro, Sekia el Hamra 

Canary Islands 
ALGERIA 
NORTH CENTRAL AFRICA 

French West Africa 

Includes Sahara 
Mauritania 

French Sudan 

Upper Volta 

Niger 

Senegal 

Includes Dakar 

Sierra Leone 

439 



966.51-967-81 Deciiiial Classification 440 


966.51 ' 


Gambia 


.52 


French Guinea 


.57 


Portuguese Guinea 


.58 


Cape Verde Islands 


.6 


Liberia 


.68 


Ivory Coast 


.7 


Gold Coast 


.8 


Dahomey 


.81 


Togoland 


.9 


Nigeria 


.99 


San Tome and Principe 


967 


SOUTH CENTRAL AFRICA 


.11 


Cameroon 


.2 


French Equatorial Africa 


.3 


Angola 


.5 


Belgian Congo 




Includes Congo River 


.57 


Ruanda-Urundi 


.6 


British East Africa 


.61 


Uganda 


.62 


Kenya Colony and Protectorate 




Includes provinces formerly classified in 967.63-.69 


.63-.69 


It is recommended that Kenya Colony and Protectorate Prov- 




inces be classified in 967.62 


.7 


Somaliland 


.71 


French Somaliland 


.72 


British Somaliland 


.73 


It is recommended that Italian Somaliland be classified in 




963.5 


.81 


Zanzibar 



441 



HistoT}' 



967.82-969.84 



967.82 
.83-.89 


Tanganyika Territory 

Includes regions formerly classified in 967.83-.89 
It is recommended that All Regions of Tanganyika Territory 
be classified in 967.82 


.9 


Mozambique 


968 


SOUTH AFRICA 

Includes Union of South Africa 


.1 


Bechuanaland 


.2 


Transvaal 


.3 


Swaziland 


.4 


Natal 


.5 

.6 


Orange Free State 
Basutoland 


.7 
.8 


Cape of Good Hope 
South West Africa 


.9 


British South Africa 


.91 


Southern Rhodesia 


.94 


Northern Rhodesia 


.97 
969 


Nyasaland 
ISLANDS OF INDIAN OCEAN 


.1 


Madagascar 


.4 


Comoro 


.6 

.7 


Seychelles 
Diego Garcia 


.81 


He de la Reunion 


.82 


Mauritius 


.83 
.84 


Rodrigues 

Cocos and Christmas Islands 



443 



History 



971.27-972.04 



970 NORTH AMERICAN HISTORY 

970.1 Indians of North America 

971 CANADA 

.01 Canada under French Regime, 1497-1763 

Earliest times to English supremacy 

.02 Colonial Canada, 1763-1791 

British conquest to Constitutional Act 

.03 Development of Canada, 1791-1841 

Union of Upper and Lower Canada 

.04 Confederation, 1841-1867 

Struggle for national unity 

.05 Dominion of Canada, 1867-1911 

Canada as Federal State 

.06 Twentieth Century Canada, 1911- 

.1 British Columbia 

Includes Vancouver Island, Rocky Mountains, Eraser River 
Valley, Glacier National Park, Selkirk Mountains 

Jl Canadian Northwest 

Includes former territory of Hudson's Bay Company, Prairie 
provinces, Alaska Highway, Hudson Bay, Hudson's Bay Com- 
pany, Rupert's Land 

^1 Yukon Territory 

Includes Klondike region 

.22 Northwest Territories 

Includes Canadian Arctic, Baffin Island, Great Bear Lake, 
Great Slave Lake, Mackenzie River 

23 Alberta 

Includes Athabaska River, Banff National Park, Jasper Na- 
tional Park 

.24 Saskatchewan 

Includes Saskatchewan River 

442 



971.27 



3 



.3541 
.384 

•4 



.4281 
.4471 
.5 
.6 



.7 
.8 
.88 
.9 



972 



.01 
.014 
.015 
.02 

.03 

.04 



Manitoba 

Includes Churchill River, Nelson River 

Ontario 

Includes former Upper Canada, Georgian Bay, Lake Erie, Lake 
Huron, Lake Ontario, Lake Superior, Thousand Islands 

Toronto 
Ottawa 

Quebec 

Includes former Lower Canada, St. Lawrence River, Gaspe 
Peninsula, Laurentian Mountains, Saguenay River Valley 

Montreal 

Quebec (city) 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia Acadia 

Includes Maritime Provinces, Cape Breton Island, Bay 'of 
Fundy 

Prince Edward Island 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre and Miquelon 

Labrador 

Includes Goose Bay 

MEXICO 

Early Mexico, to 1516 

Aztecs 
Mayas 

Colonial Mexico, 1516-1810 

Discovery to end of Spanish rule 

Independent Mexico, 1810-1822 

Revolutionary period 

First Mexican Empire and Republic, 1822-1845 



972.05-972*8 



Decimal Classification 



444 



972.05 



.06 



.07 



.08 



.09 



.1 



.2 



.3 



.4 



.5 



.6 



.7 



War with United States, 1845-1848 

For U. S. in Mexican War, sec 973.62 

Second Mexican Republic, 1848-1861 

Reform period 

Second Mexican Empire, 1861-1867 

European intervention in Mexico 
Includes reign of Maximilian and Carlotta 

Mexican Republic Restored, 1867-1911 

Mexico under constitution of 1857 

Twentieth Century Mexico, 1911- 

Mexico under constitution of 1917 

Includes revolutionary epoch of coups d'etat and civil war 

Northern Mexico 

Includes Tamaulipas, Nuevo Leon, Coahuila, Durango, Chi- 
huahua, Sonora 

Baja California 

Includes North territory, South territory, islands 

Central Pacific States 

Includes Nayarit, Jalisco, Colima, Michoacan 

Interior or Central Mexico 

Includes Guanajuato, Aguascalientes, Zacatecas, San Luis Po- 
tosi, Queretaro, Hidalgo, Tlaxcala, Puebla, Morelos 

Valley of Mexico 

Includes Mexico (state), Distrito Federal, Mexico City 

Southern Gulf States 

Includes Veracruz, Tabasco, Campeche, Yucatan, Quintana 
Roo 

Southern Pacific States 

Includes Guerrero, Oaxaca, Chiapas, Isthmus of Tchuantepcc 



.8 



Central America 



44S 



History 



972.801-972.8302 



972.801 



.802 



.803 



.804 



.805 
.81 

.8101 

.8102 
.8103 

.8104 

.8105 

.82 

.8201 

.8202 

.8203 

.8204 

.8205 

.83 

.8301 

.8302 



Early Central America, to 1502 

Pre-Columbian civilization 

Early Sixteenth Century Central America, 1502-1535 

Includes discovery, exploration, conquest 

Colonial Central America, 1535-1821 

Spanish rule to independence 

Nineteenth Century Central America, 1821-1900 

National integration 

Includes attempts at Central American union 

Twentieth Century Central America, 1900- 

Cuatemala 

Early Guatemala, to 1502 

Ancient civilization of pre-Columbian period 
Discovery, exploration, conquest, 1502-1535 

Colonial Guatemala, 1535-1821 

Spanish rule to independence 

Republic of Guatemala, 1821-1900 

Includes establishment of republic 

Twentieth Century Guatemala, 1900- 
British Honduras 

Early British Honduras, to 1502 

Discovery, Exploration, Conquest, 1502-1535 

Early Colonial British Honduras, 1535-1821 

Includes settlement 

Nineteenth Century British Honduras, 1821-1900 

Includes independence from Jamaica 

Twentieth Century British Honduras, 1901- 
Honduras 

Early Honduras, to 1502 

Discovery, Exploration, Conquest, 1502-1535 



972-8503-972-9°i 



Decimal Classification 



446 



972.8303 

.8304 
.8305 
.84 

.8401 

.8402 

.8403 

.8404 

.8405 

.85 

.8501 

.8502 

.8503 

.8504 

.8505 

.86 

.8601 

.8602 

.8603 

.8604 

.8605 

.9 
.901 



Colonial Honduras, 1535-1821 

Spanish rule to independence 

Republic of Honduras, 1822-1900 
Twentieth Century Honduras, 1900- 
EI Salvador 

Pre-Columbian Period, to 1502 

Ancient civihzation 

Discovery, Exploration, Conquest, 1502-1535 

Includes colonization 

Colonial Period, 1535-1821 

Spanish rule to independence 

Republic of El Salvador, 1821-1900 
Twentieth Century El Salvador, 1900- 
Nicaragua 

Prehispanic Epoch, to 1502 

Discovery, Exploration, Conquest, 1502-1535 

Includes colonization 

Colonial Nicaragua, 1535-1821 

Spanish rule to independence 

Republic of Nicaragua, 1822-1900 
Twentieth Century Nicaragua, 1901- 
Costa Rica 

Early Costa Rica, to 1502 

Discovery, Exploration, Conquest, 1502-1535 

Colonial Costa Rica, 1535-1821 

Republic of Costa Rica, 1821-1902 

Twentieth Century Costa Rica, 1902- 

West Indies Antilles 

Includes British, Danish, French, Netherlands West Indies 

Early History, to 1492 



447 



History 



972.902-972.9204 



972.902 

.903 
.904 



.905 
.91 
.9101 
.9102 

.9103 

.9104 
.9105 



.9106 
.9107 
.9108 

.912 

.92 

.9201 
.9202 

.9203 



.9204 



Discovery, Exploration, Conquest, 1492-1608 

Includes colonization, colonial period 
European Rivalries, 1608-1801 

Nineteenth Century, 1801-1902 

Includes independence movements, autonomy, national de- 
velopment 

Twentieth Century, 1902- 

Cuba 

Pre-Columbian Cuba, to 1492 

Discovery, Exploration, Conquest, 1492-1514 

First Colonial Period, 1514-1762 

Includes siege of Havana and English control 

Second Colonial Period, 1763-1810 

Third Colonial Period, 1810-1898 

Includes conspiracy period, reformist period, ten years 
war, autonomist period, war of independence 

American Military Occupation, 1899-1902 
First Cuban Republic, 1902-1933 
Second Cuban Republic, 1933- 

Havana 

Includes Isle of Pines (Cuba) 

Jamaica 

For Turks and Caicos Islands, see 972.961 

Early Jamaica, to 1494 

Sixteenth Century Jamaica, 1494-1607 

Includes discovery, colonization 

European Rivalries, 1607-1801 

Includes end of Spanish rule, establishment of English 
civil administration, English occupation 

Nineteenth Century Jamaica, 1801-1904 



972.9205-972-96 



Decimal Classification 



448 



972.9205 
.921 
.93 
.9301 
.9302 
.9303 

.9304 

.9305 

.94 

.9401 

.9402 

.9403 

.9404 

.9405 

.9406 

.95 

.9501 

.9502 

.9503 
.9504 

.9505 



Twentieth Century Jamaica, 1904- 
Cayman Islands 
Dominican Republic 

Pre-Columbian Period, to 1492 

Discovery, Exploration, Conquest, 1492-1608 

European Rivalries, 1608-1801 

Founding of Republic, 1801-1902 

Includes independence, national development 

Twentieth Century Dominican Republic, 1902- 
Haiti 

Pre-Columbian Period, to 1492 

Spanish Rule, 1492-1625 

Haiti as French Colony, 1625-1804 

Independent Haiti, 1804-1915 

American Occupation, 1915-1934 

Republic of Haiti, 1934- 
Puerto Rico 

Early Puerto Rico, to 1493 

Sixteenth Century Puerto Rico, 1493-1602 

Includes discovery, early colonial period 

European Rivakies, 1602-1804 

Revolutionary Puerto Rico, 1804-1900 

End of Spanish rule 

Twentieth Century Puerto Rico, 1900- 
Establishment of U. S. civil government 

Rahamas 

Includes New Providence and Nassau, Abaco, Harbour Island, 
Grand Bahama, Cat Island, Long Island, Mayaguana, Eleu- 
thera, Exuma, San Salvador or Watling's Island, Acklin's Is- 
land, Crooked Island, Great Inagua, Andros Island 



449 



History 



972.961-973.17 



972.961 



.97 



.971 



.972 



.98 



.981 
.982 

.983 
.99 



973 



.1 



.15 
.16 



.17 



Turks and Caicos Islands 

Jamaica dependencies 

Lesser Antilles 

Includes Netherlands Antilles 

Leeward Islands 

Includes British islands of Antigua, St. Christopher-Nevis, 
Montserrat; French islands of Guadeloupe, Marie Galante, 
Les Saintes, Desirade, St. Barthelemy, St. Martin; Nether- 
lands islands of St. Maarten, St. Eustatius, Saba 

Virgin Islands 

Includes U. S. islands of St. Tliomas, St. Croix, St. John; 
British islands of Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Anegada, Jost 
Van Dykes 

Windward Islands 

Includes British islands of Grenada, St. Vincent, The Grena- 
dines, St. Lucia, Dominica; Netherlands islands of Curagao, 
Aruba, Bonaire 

Barbados 

Martinique 

Trinidad 

Includes Tobago 

Bermuda 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 

Voyages and Discoveries, to 1607 

Earliest times to settlement of Jamestown 
Includes all pre-Columbian claims 

Columbus' Voyages 

Spanish and Portuguese Voyages 

Includes voyages of Vespucci, Ponce de Leon, Balboa, 
de Soto 

English Voyages 

Includes voyages of John and Sebastian Cabot, Hawkins, 
Drake, Frobisher. Raleigh 



973-18-973-5 



Decimal Classification 



450 



973.18 



.2 



3 
31 



32 



33 
34 

341 
344 

35 

36 

37 



38 
39 

.4 

.5 



French Voyages 

Includes voyages of Verrazano, Champlain 

Colonial United States, 1607-1775 

Includes Indian wars, Albany Convention of 1754 

For Individual colonies 01 settlements, see colonies, e.g. 
Settkment of Virginia, 975.5 

Revolution and Confederation, 1775-1789 

Political History 

Includes causes and results of Revolution 

FoT Financial history, see 336.973 

Diplomatic History 

Includes relations with France, Spain, Netherlands; peace 
negotiations; Treaty of Paris, 1783 

Campaigns and Battles 

Armies of Revolution 

English Army 
American Army 

Naval History 

Includes privateers 

Celebrations Anniversaries Commemoratives 

Social History 

Includes prisons, exchange of prisoners, hospitals, medical 
departments, physicians, nurses 

Personal Narratives 

Illustrative Material 

For Special collections only 

Constitutional Period, 1789-1809 

Includes administrations of Washington, Adams, Jefferson 

Early Nineteenth Century, 1809-1845 

Includes administrations of Madison, Monroe, John Quincy 
Adams, Jackson, Van Buren, Harrison, Tyler 



4S^ 



History 



973-52-973-8 



973.52 



.6 



.62 



•7 



.71 



.72 



.73 

.74 

.75 
.76 

.77 

.78 
.79 

.8 



War of 1812 

Includes political, diplomatic, social, military, naval history; 
campaigns and battles; Treaty of Ghent 

Middle Nineteenth Century, 1845-1861 

Period of westward migration 

Includes administrations of Polk, Taylor, Fillmore, Pierce, 

Buchanan 

Mexican War, 1845-1848 

Includes political, diplomatic, social, military, naval history; 
campaigns and battles; peace treaty 

War of Secession, 1861-1865 

Includes Lincoln administration 

Political History 

Includes causes, efforts to preserve peace, secession action 
of states, results 

Diplomatic History 

Relations with other nations 

Includes diplomatic history of Confederate States 

Campaigns and Battles 

Armies of Civil War 

Includes Union and Confederate armies, State regiments 

Naval History 

Celebrations Commemorations 

Social History 

Includes prisons, hospitals 

Personal Narratives 

Illustrative Material 

For Special collections only 

Later Nineteenth Century, 1865-1901 

Period of reconstruction and civil service reform 

Includes administrations of Johnson, Grant, Hayes, Garfield, 

Arthur, Cleveland, Harrison, McKinley 



973-89-974-738 



Decimal Classification 



452 



973.89 



.9 
.91 



.917 



.92 



974 



.1 

.191 

.2 

.3 

.4 

.461 

.497 

.5 

.52 

h 

.68 

.7 
.71 

.72 

.738 



Spanish-American War, 21 April-10 December, 1898 
Includes political, diplomatic, social, military, naval history; 
campaigns and battles; results 

Twentieth Century United States, 1901- 

Early Twentieth Century, 1901-1933 

Includes administrations of Theodore Roosevelt, Taft, Wil- 
son, Harding, Coolidgc, Hoover; U. S. and World War I 

United States and World War II, 1933-1945 

Includes administration of Franklin D. Roosevelt 

Post-war United States, 1945- 

Includes Truman administration 

NORTHEASTERN STATES 

Includes New England 

Maine 

Portland 
New Hampshire 
Vermont 
Massachusetts 

Boston 

Nantucket Island 
Rhode Island 

Providence 
Connecticut 

Hartford 

New Haven 
New York 

New York City 

Suburban New York 

Includes Long Island, Westchester County 

Catskill Mountains 



453 


Wisiovf 974-753-976.6 


974.753 


Adirondack Mountains 


.8 


Pennsylvania 


.811 


Philadelphia 


.9 


New Jersey 


975 


SOUTHEASTERN STATES 




Includes the "South," Allegheny Mountains, Appalachian 




Mountains 


.1 


Delaware 


.2 


Maryland 


.256 


Annapolis 


.26 


Baltimore 


.3 


District of Columbia 




Washington 


.4 


West Virginia 


.489 


White Sulphur Springs 


.5 


Virginia 




Includes Blue Ridge Mountains 


.59 


Shenandoah Valley 


.6 


North Carolina 


.7 


South Carolina 


.8 


Georgia 


.9 


Florida 




Includes Everglades 


976 


SOUTH CENTRAL OR GULF STATES 


.1 


Alabama 


.2 


Mississippi 


.3 


Louisiana 


.335 


New Orleans 

• 


.4 


Texas 


.6 


Oklahoma 



976.65-977-7 



Decimal Classification 



4S4 



4SS 



History 



977.8-979.2 



976.65 



.66 



.7 

.73 

A 

.88 



.9 



977 



.1 

.132 
.178 
2 
.3 

.311 

A 

.5 
.6 

.7 



Eastern Oklahoma 

Includes Indian territory 

Southeastern Oklahoma 

Includes Red River 

Arkansas 

Arkansas Valley Region 

Includes Arkansas River 

Tennessee 

Includes Tennessee River 

East Tennessee 

Includes Great Smoky Mountains and Great Smoky- 
Mountains National Park 

Kentucky 

Includes Ohio River 

For Ohio Valley, see 977 

NORTH CENTRAL OR LAKE STATES 

Includes Mississippi River and valley, Ohio Valley, Great 
Lakes 

For Ohio River, see 976.9; Lakes Ontario, Huron, Erie, 
Superior, 971.3; Lake Michigan, 977.4 

Ohio 

Cleveland 

Cincinnati 
Indiana 
Illinois 

Chicago 

Michigan 

Includes Lake Michigan 

Wisconsin 
Minnesota 
Iowa 



977.8 
.866 

.87 
978 



^5 

.86 

.883 
.9 



979 



.1 



Missouri 
St. Louis 

Southwestern Missouri 

Includes Ozark Mountains 

WESTERN OR MOUNTAIN STATES 

Includes the "West," Rocky Mountains, Missouri River and 
valley, Great Plains 



.1 


Kansas 


.2 


Sfebraska 


.29 


Northwestern Nebraska 




Includes Bad Lands 


.3 


South Dakota 




Includes Dakota as a whole. Black Hills 


A 


North Dakota 


.6 


Montana 


.7 


Wyoming 

Includes Yellowstone National Park 


.8 


Colorado 


.83 


Central Colorado 



Includes Continental Divide 

East Central Colorado 

Includes Royal Gorge of the Arkansas 

North Central Colorado 

Includes Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park 

Denver 
New Mexico 

PACIFIC STATES 

Arizona 

Includes Grand Canyon National Park 

Utah 



979-3-979-8 



Decimal Classification 



4S6 



979.3 


Nevada 


A 


California 

Includes Sequoia National Park 


.44 


East Central California 

Includes Yosemite National Park 


.45 


Central California 

Includes Sacramento Valley, San Joaquin Valley 


.461 


San Francisco 


.494 


Los Angeles 


.5 


Oregon 

Includes Pacific northwest 



.51 

.59 

.6 

.7 

.77 
.79 
.8 



Western Oregon 

Includes Cascade Mountains 

Southeastern Oregon 

Includes Crater Lake National Park 

Idaho 
Washington 

Puget Sound Area 

Includes Mt. Rainier and Mt. Rainier National Park 

Coastal Area 

Includes Mt. Olympus and Mt. Olympus National Park 

Alaska 

Includes Aleutian Islands 



980 SOUTH AMERICAN HISTORY 



980.1 



981 



.01 
.02 

.03 



.04 
.05 
.06 

.1 



.2 



.3 



.4 



.5 



Includes Latin America, Andes Mountains 
Indians of South America 

BRAZIL 

Includes Amazon River 
Discovery and Colonization, 1500-1534 
Hereditary Captaincies, 1534-1549 

Colonial Brazil, 1549-1822 

Period of foreign aggression, administrative and political 
expansion 

Independent Empire of Brazil, 1822-1889 
Republic of Brazil, 1889-1930 
Modem Brazil, 1930- 

North States 

Includes Acre (federal territory), Amazonas, Para, Amapa, 
Rio Branco 

Northeast (Western) States 

Includes northeast (western) and northeast (eastern) com- 
bined, Maranhao, Piaui 

Northeast (Eastern) States 

Includes Ceara, Rio Grande do Norte, Paraiba, Pernambuco, 
Alagoas, Fernando de Noronha 

East (Northern) States 

Includes east (northern) and east (southern) combined, 
Sergipe, Bahia 

East (Southern) States 

Includes Minas Gerais, Espirito Santo, Rio de Janeiro, Distrito 
Federal 

South States 

Includes Sao Paulo, Parana, Iguagu (federal territory), Santa 
Catharina, Rio Grande do Sul 

457 



981.7-983-02 



Decimal Classification 



4S8 



981.7 



982 



.01 
.02 

.03 

.04 
.05 
.06 

.1 



.2 



.3 



.4 



.5 



.6 



.7 



983 



.01 
.02 



Central West States 

Includes Goias, Mato Grosso, Guapore (federal territory), 
Ponta Pora (federal territory) 

ARGENTINA 

Pre-Hispanic Argentina, to 1516 

Discovery, Conquest, Colonization, 1516-1810 

Independent Argentina, 1810-1829 

Includes period of Anarchy 
Republic of Argentina, 1829-1861 
Constitutional Period, 1861-1910 
Twentieth Centviry Argentina, 1910- 

Rio de la Plata Region 

Includes Buenos Aires (province and federal capital), La 
Pampa 

Mesopotamian Region 

Includes Santa Fe, Entre Rios, Corrientes, Misioncs 

Northeast Region 

Includes Chaco, Formosa 

Northwest Region 

Includes Salta, Jujuy, Catamarca, La Rioja, Tucuman 

Central Region 

Includes Cordoba, Santiago del Estcro 

Central Highland Region 

Includes San Juan, Mendoza, San Luis 

Patagonian Region 

Includes Neuqiien, Rio Negro, Chubut, Zona Militar de 
Comodoro Rivadavia, Santa Cruz, Tierra del Fuego 

CHILE 

Pre-Hispanic Chile, to 1535 
Discovery and Conquest, 1535-1560 



459 



History 



983.03-984.044 



983.03 
.04 

.05 
.06 

.07 
.08 
.09 

.1 

.2 
.5 



.4 



.5 



.6 



984 



.01 

.02 

.03 

.04 

.041 

.042 

.044 



Colonial Period, 1560-1810 

Republic of Chile, 1810-1830 

Wars for independence and establishment of republic 

Autocratic Republic, 1830-1861 

Liberal Republic, 1861-1891 

Includes war with Spain, integration of territory 

Revolution of 1891 

Democratic Republic, 1891-1924 

Contemporary Chile, 1924- 

Desert Region 

Includes Tarapaca, Antofagasta, Atacama 

North Chile 

Includes Coquimbo, Aconcagua, Valparaiso 

Central Chile 

Includes Santiago, O'Higgins, Colchagua, Curico, Talca, 
Maule, Linares, Nuble, Concepcion 

Frontier 

Includes Arauco, Bio-Bio, Malleco, Cautin 

South Chile 

Includes Valdivia, Orsono, Llanquihue, Chiloe 

Austral Chile 

Includes Aysen, Magallanes 

BOLIVIA 

Early Bolivia, to 1532 
Discovery and Conquest, 1532-1559 
Colonial Period, 1559-1809 
Republic of Bolivia, 1809-1899 

War of Independence, 1809-1825 

First Republic, 1825-1831 

Santa Cruz, 1831-1839 



984.045-985-3 



Decimal ChssiGcation 



460 



984.045 
.0455 
.046 
.05 

.1 

.2 

3 



A 



985 



.01 

.02 

.03 
.04 
.05 
.06 
.07 
.08 

.1 

2 



.3 



Second Republic, 1839-1879 

War of the Pacific, 1879-1883 
Conservative Republic, 1883-1899 
Twentieth Century Bolivia, 1899- 

Mountain Region 

Includes La Paz, Oruro, Potosi 

Valley Region 

Includes Cochabamba, Chuquisaca, Tarija 

Plain Region 

Santa Cruz 

Amazon Region 

Includes Beni, Pando 

PERU 

Pre-Hispanic Peru, to 1519 

Discovery and Conquest, 1519-1555 

Includes civil war period 

Colonial Period, 1555-1808 
Independence, 1808-1824 
Rise of Military Power, 1824-1867 
Civil Period, 1867-1883 
Reconstruction, 1883-1895 
Twentieth Centiuy Peru, 1895- 

North Departments 

Includes Tumbes, Piura, Lambayeque, La Libertad, Cajamarca 

Central Departments 

Includes Lima, Ancash, lea, Junin, Huanuco, Huancavelica, 
Ayacucho 

South Departments 

Includes Arequipa, Moquegua, Tacna, Cuzco, Puno 



461 



History 



9854-986.15 



985.4 East Departments 

Includes Loreto, Amazonas, San Martin, Madre de Dies 

986.1 COLOMBIA 

.101 Early Colombia, to 1550 

Includes pre-Hispanic period, discovery, conquest 

.102 Colonial Period, 1550-1810 

Spanish rule of Viceroyalty of New Granada 

.103 Independence, 1810-1819 

Includes first patriot government 

.104 Republic of Colombia, 1819-1830 

Union of New Granada, Venezuela, Quito 

.105 Republic of New Granada, 1831-1858 

Early centralized system of government 
Includes Grenadine Confederation, 1858-1863 

.106 United States of Colombia, 1863-1886 

Federal period: division into states 

.107 Republic of Colombia, 1886^1930 

Centralized government 

.108 Contemporary Government, 1930- 

.11 Atlantic Coast Region 

Includes Bolivar, Atlantico, Magdalena, Goajira 

.12 Pacific Coast Region 

Includes Antioquia, Norte de Santander, Santander, Choco 

.13 Central Region 

Includes Caldas, Tolima, Boyaca, Arauca, Vichada 

.14 Cundinamarca 

Bogota 

.15 Eastern Region 

Includes Gauca, Valle del Gauca, Huila, Meta 



986.16-986.62 



Decimal Classification 



^62 



986.16 


Southern Region 




Includes Narino, Putumayo, Caqueta, Vaupes 


.17 


Aiiiazonas 


.18 


San Andres 


1 


PANAMA 


.201 


Early Panama, to 1550 




Includes Pre-Columbian period, discovery, conquest 


.202 


Colonial Period, 1550-1810 


.203 


Nineteenth Century Panama, 1810-1903 




Panama as part of Columbia 


.204 


Independence of Panama, 1903-1904 


.205 


Republic of Panama, 1904- 


.211 


Panama City 


.3 


PANAMA CANAL and CANAL ZONE 


h 


ECUADOR 


.601 


Early Ecuador, to 1561 




Includes discovery, conquest 


.602 


Colonial Period, 1562-1809 


.603 


Independence, 1810-1822 


.604 


Presidency of Quito, 1822-1830 



.605 

.606 
.607 

.61 



.62 



Union with New Granada and Venezuela 

Republic of Ecuador, 1830-1859 

Constitutional period 

Restoration and Progress, 1860-1895 
Twentieth Century Ecuador, 1896- 

Northern Interior Provinces 

Includes Bolivar, Carchi, Chimborazo, Imbabura, Leon, 
Pichincha, Tungurahua 

Southern Interior Provinces 

Includes Azuay, Canar, Loja 



463 



History 



986.63-987.71 



986.63 Coastal Provinces 

Includes Esmeraldas, Guayas, Manabi, El Oro, Los Rios 

.64 Eastern Provinces 

Includes Santiago-Zomora, Napo-Pastaza 

.65 Galapagos Islands 

987 VENEZUELA 

.01 Pre-Hispanic Period, to 1498 

.02 Discovery and Conquest, 1498-1528 

.03 Colonial Period, 1528-1806 

.04 Independence, 1806-1819 

,05 Venezuela as Part of Greater Colombia, 1819-1830 

,06 Republic of Venezuela, 1830-1864 

.07 Federal Period, 1864-1900 

.08 Twentieth Century Venezuela, 1900- 

.1 Mountain Region 

Includes Merida, Trujillo, Tachira 

,2 Western Region 

Includes Zulia, Falcon, Lara, Yaracuy 

.3 Central Region 

Includes Aragua, Carabobo, Miranda 

A Lake Region 

Includes Apurc, Barinas, Portuguesa, Cojcdcs, Guarico 

.5 Eastern Region 

Includes Anzoategui, Sucre, Nueva Esparta, Monagas 

•6 Guiana Region 

Includes Bolivar, Territoria Amacuro, Territoria Amazonas 
Delta 

.7 Distrito Federal 

.71 Caracas 



Decimal Classification 



404 



988-989.506 

988 GUIANAS 

.1 British Guiana 

.2 French Guiana 

.3 Netherlands Guiana 

989.2 PARAGUAY 

.201 Early Paraguay, to 1524 

.202 Discovery, Exploration, Conquest, 1524-1537 

.203 Colonial Period, 1537-1811 

.204 Independence, 1811-1814 

.205 Dictatorship, 1814-1870 

Includes dictatorship of Caspar Rodriguez de Francia, Carlos 
Antonio Lopez, Francisco Solano Lopez 

.206 Republic of Paraguay, 1870-1902 

Constitutional period 

.207 Twentieth Century Paraguay, 1902- 

.21 Eastern Region 

Includes Concepcion, Amambay, San Pedro, Caaguazu, Alto 
Parana, Distrito Central, Las Cordilleras, Guaira, Paraguari, 
Caazapa, Neembecu, Misiones, Itapua 

.22 Western Region 

Includes Villa Hayes, Boaqueron, Olimpo 

.5 URUGUAY 

.501 Early History 

.502 Discovery, Colonization, Conquest 

.503 Colonial Period 

.504 Independence 

.505 Republic of Uruguay, 1825-1830 

Period of national organization 



.506 



Modem Period, 1830- 



46s 



989.51 



.52 



.53 



History 



989.51-989.53 



Coastal Region 

Includes Montevideo, Canelones, Maldonado, San Jose, 
Colonia, Rocha 

Central Region 

Includes Lavalleja, Florida, Flores, Soriano, Treinte y Tres, 
Durazno, Cerro-Largo, Rio Negro 

Northern Region 

Includes Tacuarembo, Paysandu, Rivera, Salto, Artigas 



990 HISTORY OF OCEANIA 



991 



.1 

2 
.3 

.4 



992 



993 



.1 
2 
.3 

.4 
.5 

I 
.1 

.11 



.3 

.4 
.5 



INDONESIA 

Borneo 

Includes North Borneo, Brunei, Sarawak, Labuan 

Island of Celebes 
Molucca Islands 

Republic of the Philippines 

Includes Islands of Luzon, Mindanao, Samar, Negros, Palawan, 
Panay, Mindoro, Leyte, Cebu, Bohol, Masbate 

SUNDA 
Sumatra 

Java and Madura 
Bali and Lombok 

Timor Archipelago 
Andaman and Nicobar Islands 

MELANESIA 

New Zealand 

Includes North, South, Stewart Islands 

New Zealand Islands 

Includes Auckland, Campbell, Antipodes, Bounty Islands 

New Caledonia 

Includes dependencies, e.g. Isle of Pines, Wallis Islands 

Loyalty Islands 

Includes Mare, Lifou, Uvea 

New Hebrides 

Solomon Islands 

Includes Bougain\ille, Buka, Guadalcanal, Malaita, San Cris- 
toval. New Georgia, Ysabel, Choiseul, Shortland, Mono, Vella 
Lavella, Ronongo, Gizo, Rendova, Russell, Florida, Rennell, 
Lord Howe Group, Santa Cruz Islands, Duff Group 

466 



467 
993.6 



994 



.7 

.01 
.02 

.03 
.04 



.05 

.1 

.2 

.29 
.3 
.4 
.5 

.6 

.7 

.71 

.8 



995 
996 



.11 

.12 
.13 

.21 
.211 



History 993.6-996.211 

Bismark Archipelago 

Includes New Britain, New Ireland 

Admiralty Islands 

AUSTRALIA 

Discovery, to 1779 

Settlement and Early Growth, 1779-1851 

Gold Discoveries and Consolidation, 1851-1891 

Formation of the Commonwealth, 1891-1922 

Includes awakening of national sentiment, development of 
federal institutions, Australia and World War I 

Modem Australia, 1923- 
Western Australia 
South Australia 
Northern Territory 
Queensland 
New South Wales 
Victoria 

Tasmania 

Australian Capital Territory 
Canberra 

Australian Islands 

Includes Lord Howe Island (N.S.W.), Norfolk Island 

PAPUA-NEW GUINEA 
POLYNESIA AND MICRONESIA 

Fiji Islands 

Tonga Islands 

Samoa 

Society Islands 
Tahiti 



996.22-998 



Decimal Classification 



468 



996.22 
.23 
.31 
.32 

.6 

.7 

.8 
.81 



.9 



997 



.1 



.11 



.12 



.2 



21 



998 



Cambier, Austral and Rapa Islands 
Cook Islands 
Marquezas Islands 
Tuamotu Islands 

Caroline Islands 

Includes Truk, Ponape, Palau, Yap 

Marianas Archipelago 

Includes Guam, Saipan 

Marshall Islands 

Gilbert and EUice Islands 

Includes Fanning Island, Washington Island, Ocean Island, 
Christmas Island, Phoenix Group 

Hawaiian Islands 

Includes Maui, Oahu, Kauai, Molokai, Lanai, Niihau, Kahoo- 
lawe 

ISOLATED ISLANDS 

Includes Aden, Perim, Soqotra, Kuria Muria Islands 

Atlantic Islands 

Includes Bouvet Island 

Falkland Islands 

Includes East Falkland, West Falkland, South Georgia, 
South Shetlands, South Orkneys, Sandwich Islands 

St. Helena 

Includes Ascension Island, Tristan da Gunha 

Pacific Ocean Islands 

Includes Midway, Wake, Nauru Islands 

Pitcairn Island 

Includes Henderson, Ducie, Oeno 

ARCTIC REGIONS 

Includes Polar regions of Arctic and Antarctic combined, North 
Pole 



469 



998.1 



2 



999 



History 



998.1-999 



Spitsbergen 

Includes West Spitsbergen or Mainland, North East Land, 
Prince Charles Foreland, Edge Island, Barents Land, King 
KarFs Land, Hope Island, Bear Island 

Greenland 

ANTARCTIC REGIONS 

Includes Ross Island, Adelaide Land, Wilkes Land, Graham 
Land, Peter I Island, South Pole 



Index 



AFof L 

A la carte Table system 

Aardvarks 

Abaco Is. 

Abandoned children 

Abbeys 

Architecture 
Church history 
Abbreviations 
English language 
Other languages 
Abduction 
Abelard, Peter 

Philosophy 
Aberdeen Angus 
Abiogenesis 
Abnaki language 
Abnormal 
Children 
Education 
Psychology 
Psychology 
Abnormalities 
Animal 
Human 
Mental 
Physical 
Plant 
Aboth 
Abrasives 
Manufacture 
Mining 
Use in tools 
Absentee voting 
Absenteeism 
Absolute monarchy 
Absolution 
Absolutism 
Absorption 

Chemical engineering 
Sound waves 



331.881 
642.5 

599.3 

972.96 

362.73 

726.7 

271 

653.2 

421.8 

—18 

364.15 

189 

636.22 

576 

497.3 



371.9 

136.76 

132 

591.2 

132 
611.012 

581.2 

296.1 

668.1 

622.36 

621.92 

324.24 

658.381 

321.6 

265.6 

321.6 

660.28 
534.2 



Abstinence 

Religion 

Temperance 
Abstracting 
Abstraction painting 
Abutments 

Structural engineering 

Abyssinian church 
Academic 

Costume 

Degrees 

Freedom 

Theory in democracy 
Universities and col- 
leges 

Honors 

Sermons 
Academies 
Acadia 
Acalepha 
Acanthocephala 
Acanthodii 
Acanthopterygii 
Acari 
Acceleration 

Mechanics of Solids 
Accessories 

Clothing 

Costume 
Accidents 

Industrial 

Insurance 

Prevention 
Mining 
Public health 
Accommodation 

Sociology 
Accompaniment Music 
Accordian 
Accounting 

Systems 
471 



248 
177 
029.4 
759.06 

624.16 

281 

378.2 
378.2 

323.44 

378.12 

378.2 

252.5 

060 

971.6 

593.73 

595.13 

567.3 

597.5 

595.4 

531.2 

646.4 
391 

331.823 
368.38 

622.86 
614.86 

301.23 

781.66 

786.9 

657 

657.5 



Index 



472 



473 



Index 



Accounts 




Adaptability 


159 


Accounting procedure 


657.3 


Adaptation Ecology 


574.5 


Vlanagcrial use 


658.15 


Adding machines 


651.26 


Public finance 


336.39 


Addison's disease 


616.4 


Acele 


677.46 


Addition 




Aceraceae 


583.28 


Elementary education 


372.7 


Acetate 




Additive processes 




Plastics 


668.44 


Color photography 


778.6 


Rayons 


677.46 


Addresses 




Acetylenes 




Delivery 


808.5 


Industrial chemistry 


661.9 


General collections 


040 


Organic chemistry 


547.2 


Adelaide Lane 


999 


Achievement tests 




Aden Is. 


997 


Education 


371.26 


Adhesives 




Acids 




Industrial chemistry 


668.3 


Industrial chemistry 


661.2 


Masonry 


620.15 


Organic chemistry 


547.2 


Adirondack Mts. 


974.753 


Acklin's Is. 


972.96 


Adjusting and closing 




Acne 


616.5 


Bookkeeping 


657.2 


Aconcagua 


983.2 


Adjustment accounts 




Acoustic 




Accounting 


657.3 


Insulation 


693.83 


Adjutant General 


355.6 


Receivers Radio 


621.3843 


Adler schoo 




Acoustics 


534 


Psycho-analysis 


131.34 


Architectural 


729.2 


Admission 




Vlusica 


781.1 


School standards 


371.21 


Acquired movements 


158.43 


Administration 




Acre Federal Territory 


981.1 


Army 


355.6 


Acrobatics 


796.4 


City planning 


711.17 


Acrostics 


793.7 


Library 


025 


Acting 


792.02 


Military 


355.6 


Actinide elements 




Museums 


069.6 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.6 


Navy 


359.6 


Actinium 




Office 


651.4 


Inorganic chemistry 


546,6 


Public 


350 


Vletallurgy 


669.293 


Universities and col- 




Actinomycclates 


589.9 


leges 


378.1 


Actinotherapy 


615.8 


Administrative 




Activated carbons 




Law 


344 


Industrial chemistry 


662.93 


Procedure 


344.2 


Activity methoc 




Admiralty Is. 


993.7 


Teaching 


371.36 


Adobe 




Acts of Apostles 




Building material 


691.4 


N.T. 


226.6 


Construction 


693.2 


Pseudepigrapha 


229.92 


Adolescents 




Actuarial science 


368.01 


Psychology 


136.73 


Adam furniture 


749.22 


Welfare services 


362.7 



Adoption 


362.73 


Aegean work 


939 


Adoration of shepherds 


232.92 


Aeration 




Adrenals 


616.4 


Water purification 


628.16 


Adsorbent carbons 




Aeria 




Industrial chemistry 


662.93 


Almanacs 


629.125 


Adsorption 




Beacons 


387.72 


Chemical engineering 


660.28 


Cameras 


771.3 


Colloid chemistry 


541.375 


Charts 


629.125 


Adult 




Mapping 


526.8 


Education • 


374 


Maps 


629.125 


Centers 


374.91 


Markers 


387.72 


Councils 


374.93 


Photography 


778.3 


Discussion groups 


374.24 


Military 


623.71 


Government activ- 




Prospecting 


553 


ity 


374.94-.99 


Routes 


387.72 


Institutes 


374.91 


See aJso Air, Aviation 




Institutional pro- 




Aerials Radio 


621.3843 


grams 


374.9 


Aerodynamics 


533.6 


Library participation 


021.2 


Of flight 


629.123 


Media 


374.2 


Aeronautics 


629.1 


Motion pictures 


374.27 


Commercial 


387.7 


Radio 


374.26 


History 


629.109 


Reading groups 


374.22 


Military 


629.1 


Schools 


374.91 


Study and teaching 


629.107 


Self education 


374.1 


Afar language 


493.5 


Special groups 


374.21 


Afghanistan 


958.1 


Techniques 


374.2 


Africa 




Television 


374.27 


Geography 


916 


Workshops 


374.91 


Geology 


556 


Psychology 


136.5 


History 


960 


Adulterations 




African 




Public health control 


614.3 


Languages 


496 


Advanced geometry 


513.5 


Literature 


896 


Adventists 


286.7 


Methodist Church 


287.8 


Advertising 


659.1 


Afrikaans 




Agencies 


659.11 


Language 


439.36 


Illustration 


741.67 


Literature 


839.36 


Media 


659.13 


After-dfnner speaking 


808.5 


Organization 


659.11 


Agaw language 


493.5 


Rates 


659.132 


Aged 




Social control 


301.152 


Institutional care 


362.61 


Structures 




Medical care 


618.97 


City planning 


711.6 


Welfare services 


362.6 


Techniques 


659.13 


Agfacolor 


778.6 


Typography 


659.13 


Aggradation Geology 


551.3 


Advisory services 




Aghagha language 


493.5 


Economics 


338.46 


Agnatha 


567.2 



Index 



474 



47S 



Indek 



Agnostics 

Apologetics against 
Agrarian movements 
Agricultural 

Banking 

Chemistry 

Communities 

Credit 

Economics 

Economy Archeology 

Industries Economics 

Land resources 

Products Economics 

Rent 
Agriculture 

Department 
Aguascalientcs 
Aiming circles Artillery 
Ainu language 
Air 

Beneficial effects on 
health 

Cleaning 

Air conditioning 

Communication 
Command 

Compressors 

Conditioning 

Currents 

Distribution 

Air conditioning 

Force Department 

Forces 

Military science 

Liners Transportation 

Lines Transportation 

Mail 

Materiel Command 

Navigation 

Policy 

Pollution 

Industrial sanitation 
Public health control 

Pressure 

Relation to health 

Purification 

Rights 





Air — (Continued) 


239.7 


Seasoning Lumber 


333.7 


Service Commanc 


332.31 


Sports 
Terminals 


630.24 


Administration 


301.35 


Architecture 


332.31 

631.1 

571.2 


City planning 
Transportation 
Warfare 


338.1 


Naval 


333.76 


Weather Command 


338.17 


See also Aerial, Av^iation 


333.5 


Air-borne forces 


630 
353.81 


Military science 
Aircraft 


972.4 


Carriers 


623.46 
494.6 


Engines 
Instruments 




Maintenance 




Models 


613.1 

697.93 


Operating problems 
Power plants 
Production • 




Uses 


358.9 


Airdromes 


621.5 

697.93 


Airplanes 

Design and construc- 


551.51 


tion 




Identification 


697.93 


Parts 


353.6 


Piloting 


358 

387.74 


Racing 

Airports 

Administration 


387.74 


Design and construc- 


383 


tion 


358.9 

629.125 


Landscaping 
Airships 


629.109 


Flights 


628.5 


Airways 
Alabama 


614.7 


Alagoas 

Alarms Electric 


616.98 


Alaska 


697.93 
333.9 


Highway 
Albania 



674.3 
358.9 

797.5 

387.73 

725.3 

711.7 

387.7 

358.4 

359.93 

358.9 



356.6 

629.13 

623.825 

629.1435 

629.15 

629.142 

629.131 

629.18 

629.1435 

629.142 

629.18 

629.16 

629.133 

629.14 
629.133 
629.143 
629.126 

797.5 

387.73 

629.16 

712.7 

629.132 

629.132 

387.72 

976.1 

981.3 

621.389 

979.8 

971.2 

949.65 



Albanian language 

Alberta 

Albigenses 

Albums Art 

Alcoholic beverages 

Alcoholism 

Alcohols 

Industrial chemistry 
Organic chemistry 
Aldehydes 

Industrial chemistry 
Organic chemistry 
Ale 

Alethopteris 
Aleutian 
Islands 
Language 
Alfalfa 
Botany 
Culture 
Algae 
Botany 
Paleobotany 
Algae-like fungi 
Algebra 
Abstract 
Combinator)' 
Elementary 
High school 
Problems 
Algeria 

Algerian Kabyle language 
Algonkian-Mosan 
Language 
Literature 
Algonkian-Ritwan lan- 
guage 
Aliens 

Emigration 
Immigration 
International law 
Naturalization 
Rights 
Alismaceae 

Alkali metals Metallurgy 
Alkalies 

Industrial chemistry 



491.991 

971.23 

284.4 

704.94 

663 

616.86 

661.8 

547.2 

661.8 
547.2 
663.4 
561.5 

979.8 
497.15 

583.3 
633.3 

589.3 

561.9 

589.25 

512 

512.8 

512.5 

512 

512 

512.9 

965 

495.3 

497.3 
897.3 

497.3 

325.2 

325.1 

341.51 

323.62 

323.67 

584.7 

669.725 

661.2 



Alkalies — (Continued) 
Inorganic chemistry 
Alkaline earths 

Inorganic chemistry 
Metallurgy 
Alkaloidal crops 
Alkaloids 

Organic chemistry 
Alkyd plasties 
Alkylation 

Chemical engineering 
Allegheny Mts. 
Allegiance 

Political science 
Allegories Religious 
Allentiac 
Language 
Literature 
Allergies 
Alligators 
Alloys 

Alluvial mining 
Almanacs 
Aerial 
Nautical 
Almond Culture 
Alp Mts. 

Alpaca fiber textiles 
Alpenhorn 
Alpha 
Rays 
Test 
Alphabets 

Comparative linguistics 
Decorative 
English language 
Other languages 
Altar cloths 
Altars 

Alternating current ma- 
chinery 

Altitude 

Relation to health 

Alto 

Horn 

Parana 
Alumina refractories 



546.3 

546.4 

669.725 

633.7 

547.92 
668.422 

660.28 
975 

320.158 
244 

498 

898 

616.97 

598.14 

669 

622.3 

629.125 
528 
634.5 
949.4 

677.3 
788.9 

539.72 
151.22 

411.1 
745.6 
421.1 
—11 

247 
246 

621.313 

616.98 

788.3 

989.21 

666.72 



Index 



476 



Aluminum 




Building materia 


691.8 


Economic geology 
Inorganic chemistry 
Metallurgy 


553.4 

546.66 

669.722 


Sculpture 
Amalgamated Craft Fec- 


739.5 


erations 


331.88 


Amalgamation methods 

Ore dressing 
Amambay 
Amapa 
Amarantaceae 


622.7 
989.21 
981.1 
583.91 


Amateur 




Musicianship 


780.07 


Photography 
Radio broadcasting 


770.2 
621.3849 


Amatol Ordnance 


623.452 


Amazon 




Region 


984.4 


River 


981 


Amazonas 




Brazil 


981.1 


Columbia 


986.17 


Peru 


985.4 


Amber Mineralogy 
Ambrosiaceae 


549.8 
583.55 


Ambulances 


362.1 


Amendments 




Constitutional 


342 


America 




Discovery 
History 
American 


973.1 
970 


Architecture 




Pre-Columbian 


722.91 


Cattle 


636.28 


Federation of Labor 


331.881 


Furniture 


749.21 


Glassware 


748.2 


Indian songs 


784.75 


Indians 




North American 


970.1 


South American 


980.1 


Institutionalism 




Economic theories 


330.15 


Literature 


810 



American — ( Continued ) 




Negro songs 


784.756 


Painting 


759.1 


Party 


329.5 


Philosophy 


191 


Revolution 


973.3 


Statutes 


345 


Americium 




Inorganic chemistry 


546.6 


Ameripol 


678.72 


Amerith 


668.44 


Ameroid 


668.43 


Amethyst 




Economic geology 


553.8 


Amharic language 


492.8 


Amides 




Organic compounds 


547.8 


Amines 




Organic compounds 


547.8 


Amino acids 




Organic chemistry 


547.92 


Amish Mennonites 


289.7 


Ammeters 


621.37 


Ammonia 




Liquor Fertilizers 


631.84 


Ozone 




Industrial chemistry 


661.9 


Ammonites 


564.5 


Ammonium 




Industrial chemistry 


661.2 


Nitrate 




Fertilizers 


631.84 


Industrial chemistry 


662.27 


Picrate 




Industrial chemistry 


662.27 


Ammunition 




Military science 


355.8 


Ordnance 


623.45 


Amnesty 




Criminology 


364.6 


Law of war 


341.3 


Amoeba 


593.11 


Amos 0. T.' 


224.8 


Ampere-hour meters 


621.37 


Amphibia 




Zoology 


597.6 


Paleozoology 


567.6 



477 

Amphibian airplanes 

Amphibious warfare 

Amphiboles 

Amphineura 

Amphipoda 

Amphitheaters 

Architecture 

Landscaping 
Amplifiers 

Nuclear physics 

Radio 
Amusements 
Anabaptists 
Anagrams 
Analysis 

Calculus 

Chemical 

Medicinal 

Metallurgical 

Mineralogical 

Numerical 

Qualitative 

Quantitative 

Soil 
Spectrum 

Stress 
Analytic 

Chemistry 

Geometry 
Anaphylaxis 
Anapsida 
Anarchism 
Anatolian language 
Anatomy 

Art 

Comparative 

Descriptive 

Human 

Plant 

Veterinary medicine 
Anaxagoras Philosophy 
Ancash 

Ancestor worship 
Ancient 

Architecture 

Calendars 

Church history 



Index 



629.133 

359.96 

549.6 

594.19 

595.371 

725.8 
712.54 

539.77 

621.3843 

790 

284.3 

793.7 

517 

543 

543.4 

669.016 

549.13 

517.6 

544 

545 

631.4 

522.6 

624.171 

543-545 

516 

616.97 

568.1 

335.8 

491.99 

743 

591.4 

591.4 

611 

581.4 

636.0891 

182 

985.2 

291.2 

722 

529.3 

270.1-.2 



Ancient— (Continued) 
Customs 
Geography 
History 
Painting 
Philosophy 
Sculpture 
Ancylistales 
Andaman Is. 
Andes Mts. 
Andorra 
Andreales 
Andros Is. 
Anegada 
Anemia 
Anemone 
Anesthesiology 
Angels 

Angina pectoris 
Angiology 
Angiosperms 
Botany 
Paleobotany 
Angles European tribe 
Anglican 
Chants 
Church 
Anglo-Egyptian Sudan 
Anglo-Frisian 
Language 
Literature 
Anglo-Saxon 
History 

Ancient English 
Language 
Literature 
Angola 
Anhydrous oxides 

Mineralogy 
Animal 
Black 

Fats and oils 
Husbandry 
Magnetism 
Resin plastics 
Shows 



390 
913 
930 

759.01 

180 

732 

589.26 

992.5 

980 

946.7 

588.22 

972.96 

972.972 

616.15 

583.11 

617.96 

235.3 

616.1 

616.15 

583-584 

561.3 

936 

783.5 

283 

962.4 

439 

839 

936 

942.01 

429 

829 

967.3 

549.5 

662.93 

665.2 

656 

134 

668.45 

791.8 



Index 



478 



Animals 

Agricultural pests 
Anatomy 
Anatomy Art 
Behavior 
Biochemistry 
Biophysics 
Classification 
Communication 
Cytology 
Development 
Diseases 
Domestic 
Ecology 

Economic zoology 
Embryology 
Evolution 
Fossil 
Genetics 

Geographic distribu- 
tion 
Habitat 

Habits and behavior 
Histology 
Instinct 
Invertebrate 
Marine 

Means of protection 
Microscopic structure 
Migration 
Mollusk-like 

Paleozoologv' 

Zoology 
Morphology 
Multicellular 
Of specific countries 
Painting 
Pathology 
Photography 
Physiology 
Preserves 
Psychology 
Sound production 
Spiny-skinned 
Structure 
Terrestrial 
Unicellular 



632.6 

636.0891 

743 

151. 3 

591.19 

591.191 

592-599 

591.5 

591.8 

591.3 

591.2 

636 

591.5 

591.6 

591.33 

575 

562-569 

591.15 

591.9 

591.52 

591.5 

591,8 

591.51 

592 

591.9 

591.5 

591.8 

591.52 

564 
594 
591.4 
593.2 

591.93-.99 
758 
591.2 
778.9 
591.1 
333.78 
151.3 
591.5 
593.9 
591.4 
591.9 
593.1 



Animals — (Continued) 




Vertebrate 


596 


Animal-worship 


291.2 


Animated cartoons 




Drawing 


741.5 


Photography 


778.5 


Animism 


291.2 


Anise 


635.7 


Annam 


959 


Annamese 




Language 


495.92 


Literature 


895.92 


Annapohs, Md. 


975.256 


Anne Mother of Mary 


232.93 


Annelida 


595.14 


Annuals 




Botany 


582.1 


Culture 


635.931 


Statistical 


310 


Annuities 


368.37 


Anonaceae 


583.11 


Anonyms Bibliography 


014 


Anoplura 


595.74 


Anscocolor 


778.6 


Antarctic 


999 


Anteaters 


599.3 


Spiny 


599.3 


Antelopes 


599.73 


Ante-Nicene Church 


281.3 


Antennas Radio 


621.3843 


Anthems 


783.4 


Anthocerotales 


588.3 


Anthologies 


808.8 


Anthozoa 




Paleozoology 


563.5 


Zoology 


593.6 


Anthracene 




Organic chemistry 


547.2 


Anthrax 


636.0896 


Anthropogeny 


573.3 


Anthropogeography 


572.9 


Anthropology 


572-573 


Criminal 


364.24 


Cultural 


572.7 


Linguistic 


572.8 


Physical 


573 


Socia 


572.7 



479 



Index 



Anthropometry 573.6 

Criminal 364.12 
Antiaircraft artillery 

Ground forces 356.4 

Ordnance 623.41 
Antibiotics 

Organic chemistry 547.92 

Therapeutics 615 

Antigua Is. 972.971 

Antilles 972.9 

Lesser 972.97 

Netherlands 972.97 
Antimony 

Economic geology 553.4 

Inorganic chemistry 546.17 

Metallurgy 669.7 

Mineralogy 549.2 

Mining 622.34 

Antioquia 986.12 
Antioxidants 

Rubber manufacture 678.23 

Antiphonal readings 264 

Antiphonies 783.2 

Antipodes Is. 993.11 
Antique furniture 

Period styles 749.2 

Restoration 684.1 
Antiquities 

Archeology 571 

Biblical 220.93 

Legal 340.3 

Antislavery 326 

Antitank artillery 356.5 

Ant-lions 595.74 

Antofagasta 983.1 
Antonyms 

English language 424 

Other languages — 4 

Ants 

Agricultural pests 632.7 

Zoology 595.796 

Anura 567.8 

Anzoategui 987.5 

Apaehean language 497.2 
Apartments 

Architecture 728.1 

Management 647.92 



Apes 

Aphasia 

Aphids 

Apiculture 

Apidae 

Apocalypse 

Pseudepigrapha 
Jewish 
N. T. 
Apocrypha 
Apocynaceae 
Apologetics 
Apoplexy 
Apostles 
Acts of 
N.T. 

Pseudepigrapha 
Calling by Christ 

Creed 
Apostolic 

Age 

Church 

Fathers 
Appalachian Mts. 
Apparel manufacture 
Apparitions 
Appendicitis 
Appetizers 
Apples 

Botany 

Culture 
Appliances 

Household 

Office 
Applications Employee 
Applied 

Arts 

Ethics 

Geology 

Mechanics 

Nutrition 

Photography 

Psychology 

Science 
Appropriations 

Legislative power 

Librar}' support 



599.8 
616.8 

595.75 

638.1 

595.799 

228 

229.9 

229.94 

229 

583.7 

239 

616.8 



226.6 
229.92 
232.95 
238 

270.1 

281.1 

281.1 

975 

687 

133.1 

616.3 

641.81 

583.3 
634.1 

643.6 

651.26 

658.311 

745 

177 

553 

620.1 

641.1 

778 

150.13 

600 

328.34 
021.9 



Index 



480 



Appropriations — {Contin 

Public finance 
Apricots Culture 
Aptitude tests 

Education 

Psychology 
Apure 
Aquariums 
Aquatic 

Games 

Plants 
Culture 
Ecology 

Geographic distribu 
tion 

Sports 

Stunts 
Aquatints 
Arabia 
Arabic 

Language 

Literature 
Arachnida 

Palcozoology 

Zoology 
Aragua 
Aralac 
Arales 
Aramaeans 
Aramaic 

Language 

Literature 
Araneida 

Palcozoology 

Zoology 
Arauca 
Araucariaccae 
Arauco 
Arbitrage 
Arbitration 

Industrial relations 

International law 
Arbutus 
Arc 

Cutting 

Lighting 

Welded construction 



ued) 
336.395 
634.2 

371.26 
151.22 
987.4 
590.7 

797.2 

635.9 
581.5 

581.92 

797 
797.2 
766 
953 

492.7 
892.7 

565.4 

595.4 

987.3 

677.47 

584.64 

939 

492.1 
892.1 

565.4 

595.44 

986.13 

561.5 

983.4 

332.45 

331.899 

341.63 

583.6 

671.53 
621.32 
693.7 



Arc — ( Con tin ued ) 




Welding 


671.521 


Arch Bridges 


624.6 


Archacocalamites 


561.7 


Archaeornis 


568.2 


Archeology 


571 


Biblical 


220.93 


Archeozoic era 


551,71 


Archery 


799.32 


Arches 




Architectural design 


729.3 


Engineering design 


624.177 


Archiannelida 


595.14 


Architectural 




Acoustics 


729.2 


Decoration 


729 


Design 


729 


Drafting 


744.4 


Planning 


729.2 


Sculpture 


729.5 


Styles 


722-724 


Architecture 


720 


Ancient 


722 


Baroque 


724.1 


Byzantine 


723.2 


City planning 


711.6 


Classical 


722.6 


Domestic 


728 


Early Christian 


723.1 


Eastern 


723.3 


Ecclesiastical 


726 


Educational 


727 


Functional 


724.9 


Gothic 


723.5 


History 


720.9 


Industrial 


725.4 


Landscape 


710 


Manuals 


720.2 


Medieval 


723 


Military 


725.1 


Modern 


724 


Nava 


623.81 


Periods 


722-724 


Pre-Columbian 




American 


722.91 


Public buildings 


725 


Renaissance 


724.1 



481 



Index 



Architecture — (Continued 

Resort 

Rococo 

Romanesque 

Rural 

20 th century 

Types 
Archives 

Library treatment 
Archosauria 
Arctic 

Photography 

Ardil 

Arequipa 

Argon 

Industrial chemistry 
Inorganic chemistry 
Arid land reclamation 
Aristocracy 

Economic class 
Education 
Social status 
Aristotelian logic 
Aristotle 
Literature 
Philosophy 
Arithmetic 

Elementary education 
Mathematics 
Arizona 
Argentina 
Arkansas 
River 
Valley 
Armadillos 
Armaments 
Limitation 
Ordnance 
Armatures 
Armed forces 
Armenian 
Church 
Language 
Literature 
Republic 
Arminians 
Armor 
Armor-plated fish 



) Armored 

728.7 Force 

724.1 Vehicles 

723.4 Armories 

728.6 Architecture 
724.9 Military installation 
725-728 Arms, John Taylor 

Etchings 

025.171 Army 

568.1 Administration 

998 Combat elements 

778.7 Command 
677.47 Cookery 
985.3 Department 

Discipline 

661.9 Engineering 

546.29 Equipment 

627.5 Installations 

Intelligence tests 

323.3 Libraries 

371.96 Life and customs 

301.44 Materiel 

164 Organization 

Personnel 

888 Post offices 

185 Reserves 

Service elements 

372.7 Special services 

511 Staff 

979.1 Strategy 

982 Supplies 

976.7 Tactics 

976.73 Training 

976.73 Uniforms 

599.3 Women's Corps 
Aromatics 

341.67 Organic chemistry 

623.4 Arrowroot 
621.316 Botany 

355 Food manufacture 

Arsenals 

281 Architecture 

491.54 Military installation 

891.54 Arsenates Mineralogy 

947.92 Arsenic 

284.2 Economic geology 

739J Inorganic chemistry 

567.4 Metallurgy 



356.5 
623.43 

725.1 
355.7 

767 

355 

355.6 

355.31 

355.33 

641.57 

353.6 

355.13 

623 

355.81 

355.7 

151.22 

027.65 

355.12 

355.82 

355.3 

355.1 

355.6 

355.37 

355.36 

355.34 

355.33 

355.43 

355.88 

355.42 

355.5 

355.14 

355.34 

547.2 

584.21 
664.2 

725.1 
355.7 
549.7 

553.4 

546.17 

669.7 



Index 



482 



483 



Index 



Arsenic — (Confinued) 

Toxicology 615.9 

Arson 364.16 
Art 

Addresses 704 

Anatomy 743 

Ancient' 709.01 

Applied 745 

Appreciation 701 

Baroque 709.03 

Byzantine 709.02 

Christian 709.02 

Classical 709.01 

Collected writings 704.9 

Commercial 741.67 

Criticism 701 

Decorative 745.749 
Elementary education 372.5 

Essays 704 

Esthetics 701 

Exhibitions 708 

Fine 700 

Folk 745.3 

Freedom 323.44 

Galleries 708 

Architecture 727.7 

History 709 

Industrial 745.2 

Lectures 704 

Medieval 709.02 

Modern 709.03 

Museums 708 

National 709.1-.9 

Neo-Classicism 709.03 

Obscene 364.17 

Philosophy 701 

Prehistoric 571.7 

Primitive 709.01 

Psychology 701 

Religious 704.948 

Renaissance 709.03 

Rococo 709.03 

Theory 701 

20th century 709.03 

Arteries 616.1 

Arteriosclerosis 616.1 

Arthritis 616.7 



Arthropoda 


565 


Artichokes Culture 


635.3 


Artificial 




Eyes 


617.7 


Flies 


799.1 


Insemination 




Animal 


636.082 


Human 


612.63 


Languages 


408.9 


Respiration 


612.2 


Stone 


666.8 


Artillery 


356.4 


Accessories 


623.46 


Antiaircraft 


356.4 


Antitank 


356.5 


Coast 


356.4 


Field 


356.4 


Gunnery 


623.5 


Ordnance 


623.41 


Types 


623.42 


Artiodactyla 


599.73 


Artigas 


989.53 


Aruba Is. 


972.98 


Asbeston 


677.5 


Asbestos 




Fiber textile 


677.5 


Mining 


622.36 


Shingles 


695 


Ascaris 


595.13 


Ascension 




Island 


997.12 


Of Christ 


232.97 


Asceticism 




Personal religion 


248 


Asclepiadaccae 


583.7 


Ascolichenes 


589.1 


Ascomycetes 


589.23 


Ash 




Botany 


583.7 


Conveyers 




Steam engineering 


621.183 


Ashes Collection 


628.4 


Asia 




Geography 


915 


Geology 


555 


History 


950 



Asia Minor 

History 
Ancient 
Modern 
Asparagus 

Botany 

Culture 
Aspergilliales 
Aspergillus 
Asphalt 

Industrial chemistry 

Mineralogy 

Mining 

Shingles 
Assaying 
Assemblies 

Educational method 

Assembly Right of 

Asses 

Assessment life insurance 

Assignments 

Educational methods 

Assimilation 
Physiology 
Animal 
Human 
Plant 
Sociology 
Association of ideas 
Associations 
Cooperative 
Political 
Religious 
Social 

Assyria 

Architecture 

History 

Sculpture 
Assyrian 

Language 

Literature 

Astaceaceae 

Astatine 

Inorganic chemistry 

Asteraceae 

Asteroidea 



939 
956 

584.23 
635.3 
589.23 
589.23 

665.4 

549.8 

622.33 

695 

669.9 

371.33 
323.4 
599.72 
368.36 

371.3 

574.1 

591.13 

612.39 

581.13 

301.23 

153 

060 

334 

329.8 

267 

366 

722 
935 

732 

492.19 
892.19 
589.97 

546.12 
583.55 
593.9 



Asters 
Botany 
Culture 
Astigmatism 
Astrology 
Astronomical 
Azimuth 
Instruments 
Latitude 
Longitude 
Astronomy 
Aeronautical 
Descriptive 
Geodetic 
Nautical 
Popular 
Positional 
Theoretical 
Astrophysics 
Atacama 

Athabascan language 
Athabaska River 
Athanasian creed 
Athapascan language 
Atheism 

Influence on 

Christianity 
Athenaeum libraries 
Athletic fields 
City planning 
Landscaping 
Athletics 
School 
Atlantic Is. 
Atlantico 
Atlases 
Atmosphere 
Circulation 
Gradation work 
Atmospheric 
Electricity 
Erosion 
Moisture 
Pressure 
Temperature 
Atomic 
Energy 



583.55 
635.93 
617.7 
133.5 

527 

522 

527 

527 

520 

629.125 

523 

526.6 

527 

523 

526.6 

521 

523 

983.1 

497.2 

971.23 

238 

497.2 

211 

270.8 
027.2 

711.52 

712.54 

796 

371.73-.75 

997.1 

986.11 

912 

551.5 

551.51 

551.37 

551.56 
551.37 
551.57 
551.54 
551.52 

539.76 



Index 



484 



Atomic — ( Continued ) 

Energy — (Continued) 
Engines 
Levels 

Physics 

Structure 
Atomism 
Atonement 
Attendance School 
Attenuation 

Radio waves 

Sound waves 
Attributes Divine 
Auburn system Prisons 
Auckland Is. 
Auction bridge 
Auctions 

Book 

Price determination 

Trade channels 
Audio-visual 

Advertising 

Teaching aids 
Auditing 
Auditoriums 

Architecture 
Auditory sensation 

Physiology 

Psychology 
Augsburg Diet 
Augustinians 
Aural teaching aids 
Austral 

Chile 

Islands 
Australia 

Northern Territory 

South 

Western 
Australian 

Ballot 

Capital Territory 

Languages 

Literature 
Austria 
Austrian 

Furniture 

Painting 



621.48 

539.8 

539 

539.8 

182 

232.3 

371.52 

621.3841 

534.2 

231 

365.2 

993.11 

795.41 

655.56 

338.522 

658.84 

659.14 
371.33 
657.6 

725.8 

612.8 

152 

270.6 

271.4 

371.333 

983.6 

996.22 

994 

994.29 

994.2 

994.1 

324.25 

994.7 

499.6 

899.6 

943.6 

749.23 
759.3 



Austrian — (Continued) 




Philosophy 


193 


Austro- Asiatic 




Languages 


495 


Literature 


895 


Austronesian 




Languages 


499 


Literature 


899 


Autobiographies 


920 


Autochrome 


778.6 


Autogiros 


629.1335 


Autographs 


091.5 


Automatic 




Code telegraphy 


621.382 


Telephone systems 


621.385 


Writing 


133.93 


Automobile 




Racing 


796.72 


Shows 


659.15 


Automobiles 


629.2 


Accessories 


629.27 


Body work 


629.26 


Design and con- 




struction 


629.24 


Engines 


629.25 


Insurance 


368.57 


Manuals 


629.22 


Operation 


629.28 


Testing 


629.23 


Automobiling 


796.7 


Automotive 




Engineering 


629 


Transportation 


388.3 


Autotype-Dyebro 


778.6 


Auxins 




Organic Chemistry 


547.92 


Averroism 


189 


Aves 




Paleozoology 


568.2 


Zoology 


598.2 


Avestan language 


491.5 


Aviation 




Fuel manufacture 


665.53 


Insurance 


368.57 


Medicine 


616.98 


See also Aerial, Air 




Aviculture 


636.6 



fs_ 

Avignon schism 

Avitaminosis 

Avocado 

Awsan language 

Axonometric projections 

Ayacucho 

Aymara 

Language 

Literature 
Ayrshires 
Aysen 
Azalea 

Azerbaijan Republic 
Azimuth 

Astronomical 

Geodetic 
Azo compounds 

Organic chemistry 
Aztec 

Architecture 

Civilization 
Azteco-Tanoan language 

Azuay 

Babylon 
Babylonian 

Architecture 

Language 

Literature 

Religion 

Sculpture 
Bacillariales 
Backgammon 
Bacon, Francis 

Philosophy 

Bacteria 

Agricultural pests 

Bactericides 

Agricultural use 
Bacteriological warfare 

Civilian protection 
Bacteriology 

Medical 
Bad Lands, Neb. 
Badminton 
BafHn Is. 
Bag punching 



Index 

270.5 Bagasse 
616.46 Bagpipe 

634.6 Bags 
492.9 Leather 
744.45 Paper 
985.2 Bahaism 

Bahamas 
498 Bahia 

898 Bahrain 

636.22 Bain system Telegraphy 

983.6 Baja California 

583.6 Bakelite 

947.91 Bakeries 

Baking 
527 Aids 

526.6 Commercial 

Home 
547.8 Powder 

Balalaika 
722.91 Balance 

972.014 Of trade 

497.4 Sheet Accounting 

986.62 Balancing Bookkeeping 

Balantidium 
935 Balata 

Balboa, Vasco Nunez de 
722 Voyages 

492.19 Baldness 

892.19 Bali 

299.219 Ball games 

732 Ballet 

589.62 Music 

795.1 Ballistics 

Forensic 
192 Balloons 

589.9 Flights 

632.3 Ballot 

Australian 
632.95 Second 

356.93 Secret 

355.232 Short 

589.9 Suffrage 

616.01 Ballroom dancing 

978.29 Baltic 

796.34 Languages 

971.22 Literature 

796.83 Baltimore, Md. 



662.65 
788.9 

685 

676.3 

297.8 

972.96 

981.4 

953 

621.382 

972.2 

668.422 

664.75 

664.6 
664.75 
641.6 
664.6 

787.61 

382.6 

657.3 

657.2 

593.17 

678.6 

973.16 
616.5 

992.3 

796.3 

792.8 

782.9 

623.53 

364.12 

629.132 

629.132 

324.25 
324.25 
324.24 

324.25 

324.25 

793.33 

491.9 
891.9 
975.26 



Index 



486 



Baluchi language 


491.5 


Banibana language 


497.8 


Bamboo 


584.8 


Banana 




Botany 


584.21 


Culture 


634.7 


Band spectra 


539.1 


Bands 


788 


Conducting 


788.07 


Music 


788 


Music composition 


781.63 


Banff National Park 


971.23 


Banishment 




Criminal law 


343.2 


Social control 


301.152 


Banjo 


787.7 


Bank deposit insurance 


368.85 


Banking 


332.1 


Agiicultural 


■ 332.31 


Central 


332.11 


Consumer 


332.35 


International 


332.15 


Investment 


332.66 


Real estate 


332.32 


Bankruptcy 


332.75 


Banks 


332.1 


Blood 


616.151 


Credit 


332.31 


Land 


332.31 


Savings 


332.2 


Banquets 


642.4 


Customs 


394 


Student activities 


371.89 


Banned books 


098 


Banners 


929.9 


Bantams 


636.5 


Bantu 




Language 


496.3 


Literature 


896.3 


Baptism 


265.1 


Of Christ 


232.95 


Baptist Church 


286 


Barbados Is. 


972.981 


Barbering 


646.74 


Customs 


391 


Barberry 




Botany 


583.11 



Barberry — ( Con tin ued ) 




Culture 


634.7 


Bards 


780.071 


Barents Land 


998.1 


Barges 


623.829 


Barinas 


987.4 


Barite Mining 


622.36 


Baritone horn 


788.47 


Barium 




Inorganic chemistry 


546.4 


Barley 




Botany 


584.8 


Culture 


633.1 


Barnacles 


595.35 


Barns 


631.2 


Architecture 


728.9 


Barometry 


551.54 


Baroque 




Architecture 


724.1 


Art 


709.03 


Furniture 


749.24 


Sculpture 


735.21 


Barracks 




Architecture 


725.1 


Military installation 


355.7 


Barrel organ 


789.7 


Barrels 


674.82 


Bars Management 


647.95 


Bartenders' manuals 


663.8 


Barter 




Price determination 


338.522 


Baruch Apocrypha 


229 


Basebal 


796.357 


School 


371.74-.75 


Basic 




English 


428.25 


Military training 


355.5 


Basidiolichenes 


589.1 


Basidiomycetes 


589.22 


Basilicas 


723,1 


Basketball 


796.32 


Schoo 


371.74-.75 


Basketry 


745.58 


Basket-stars 


593.9 


Basque 




Language 


499.9 


Literature 


899.9 



487 



Index 



Bass 

Clarinet 788.6 

Horn 788.48 

Basset-horn 788.6 

Bassoon 788.8 
Bast fiber 

Culture 633.5 

Textiles 677.1 

Basutoland 968.6 

Bath houses Architecture 725.7 

Bathing 

Customs 391 

Personal hygiene 613.4 

Recreation 797.2 

Therapeutic use 615.8 
Bathing beaches 

City planning 711.52 
Public health control 614.7 

Bathroom Planning 64 3 . 5 

Bats 599.4 

Batteries Electric 621.35 
Battles Military science 355.48 

Battleships ^ 623.825 
Bauxite 

Economic geology 553.4 

Metallurgy 669.7 

Mineralogy 549.5 

Mining 622.36 
Bay 

Of Fundy 971.6 

Ports 387.12 
Bayberry 

Botany 583.974 

Culture 634.6 

Baymunana language 497.8 

Bayonets 623.44 

Bazookas 623.44 

Bead analysis 544 

Beams Design 624.1 77 

Beans 

Botany 583.3 

Culture 635.6 

Bear Is. 998.1 

Beards Customs 391 

Bearings 
Automotive engineering 629.2 5 
Mechanical engineering 621 .82 



Bears 

Beauty shops 
Beavers 
Bechuanaland 
Bedawye language 
Beech Forestry 
Beef cattle 
Beehives 
Beekeeping 
Beer 
Bees 
Apiculture 
Zoology 
Beet sugar 
Beetle fungi 
Beetles 

Agricultural pests 
Paleozoology 
Zoology 
Beetleware 
Beets Culture 
Beggars Welfare services 
Behavior 
Animal 
Ecology 
Psychology 
Collective 
Ethics 
Etiquette 
Human 
Behaviorism 
Being Nature of 
Beja language 
Bel and the Dragon 
Belcolor 
Belemnites 
Belgian Congo 
Belgium 

Bell 

Diving 

System Education 
Belligerency Law of war 
Belligerent occupation 

Law 

Bells 
Electric 



599.744 

646.72 

599.32 

968.1 

493.5 

634.972 

636.21 

638.14 

638.1 

663.4 

638.12 

595.799 

664.1 

589.23 

632.7 

565.76 

595.76 

668.422 

635.1 

362.5 



591.5 
151.3 
301.15 
170 

395 
150 
150.19 
111 

493.5 

229 

778.6 

564.5 

967.5 

949.3 

387.55 

371.4 

341.31 

341.32 

789.5 

621.389 



Index 



488 



Belting 

Power transmission 

Rubber 
Bcmberg 

Bending machinery 
Benedictine monks 
Bengali 

Language 

Literature 
Beni 

Benson, Frank Etchings 
Benzene 

Industrial chemisty 

Organic chemistry 
Benzyl cellulose plastics 
Beothuk language 
Berber languages 
Berberidaceae 
Berdiaev, Nikolai 

Philosophy 
Bergson, Henri 

Philosophy 
Berkeley, George 

Philosophy 
Berkelium 

Inorganic chemistry 
Bermuda 

Ber\^l Mineralogy 
Beryllium 

Economic geology 

Inorganic chemistry 

Metallurgy 
Bessel functions 
Bessemer converter 

practice 
"Best books" 
Beta 

Rays 

Test 
Betatrons 

Betrayal of Christ 
Betrothal customs 
Better-listening groups 
Beverages 

Public health control 
Bhagavadgita 
Bhutan 





Bible 


220 


621.85 


Analyses 


220.2 


678.3 


Annotations 


220.7 


677.46 


Authorship 


220.14 


621.98 


Canon 


220.12 


271.1 


Codices 


220.4 




Commentaries 


220.6-.7 


491.4 


Concordances 


220.2 


891.4 


Criticism 


220.1 


984.4 


Dictionaries 


220.3 


767 


Exegesis 


220.6 




Hermeneutics 


220.6 


662.628 


Historical books 


222 


547.2 


Inspiration 


220.13 


668.44 


Interpretations 


220.6 


497.3 


Manuscripts 


220.4 


493.3 


Poetic books 


223 


583.11 


Polyglot 


220.5 




Prophecies 


220.15 


197 


Prophetic books 


224 




Selections 


220.5 


194 


Special topics in 


220.8 




Stories 


220.95 


192 


Symbolism 


220.6 




Typology 


220.6 


546.6 


Versions 


220.4-.5 


972.99 


Biblica 




549.6 


Apocrypha 


229 




Archeology 


220.93 


553.4 


Characters 


220.92 


546.4 


Chronology 


220.9 


669.724 


Geography 


220.91 


518.3 


Greek language 


487.03 




History 


220.95 


669.142 


Pseudepigrapha 


229 


016 


Bibliographic 






Control 


010 


539.72 


Works 


011-016 


151.22 


Bibliography 


010 


539.73 


Music 


781.97 


232.96 


Nationa 


015 


392 


Of 




374.26 


Anonymous works 


014 


663 


Individuals 


012 


614.3 


Pseudonymous works 


014 


294 


Special classes of au- 




954.1 


thors 


013 



489 

Bibliography— (Continued 

Subject 

Universal 
Bibliomania 
Bicameral legislature 
Bicycles 
Bicycling 
Bicdermeicr furniture 

Biennials 
Botany 
Culture 
Biliar)^ tract 
Billboards 
Advertising 
City planning 
Billing machines 
Bills Legislative 
Bimetallism 
Bindweed 
Bio-Bio 
Biochemistry 
Animal 
Human 
Plant 
Biogenesis 
Biogeography 
Biography 
Biblical 

Other specific fields 
see subject 
Biological 
Collections 
Sciences 
Techniques 
Biologicals 
Biology 
Economic 

Soil 
Biophysics 

Animal 

Human 

Plant 
Birch Forestry 
Bird 

Hunting 

Songs 
Bird-lice 



Index 





Birds 


016 


Agricultural pests 


Oil 


Aviculture 


010 


Geographic distribution 


328.39 


Migration 


629.227 


Paleozoology 


796.6 


Zoology 


749.23 


Birth 




Control 


582.1 


Customs 


635.931 


Rates 


616.3 


Statistics 




Bismarck Archipelago 


659.134 


Bismuth 


711.6 


Economic geology 


651.26 


Inorganic chemistry 


328.37 


Metallurgy 


332.42 


Bison 


632.58 


Bivalves 


983.4 


Paleozoology 


574.19 


Zoology 


591.19 


Black 


612.015 


Hills, S. D. 


581.19 


Knot 


576 


Molds 


574.9 


Mosses 


920 


Powder 


220.92 


Rot 




Agricultural pests 


092 


Botany 




Blackberry 


579 


Botany 


570 


Culture 


578 


Blacking 


615 


Blacksmithing 


574 


Bladder 


574.6 


Blast furnaces 


631.46 


Management 


574.191 


Metallurgy 


591.191 


Blasting 


612.017 


Explosives 


581.191 


Mining 


634.972 


Blavatsky, Helene 




Religious cult 


799.24 


Blazonry 


598.2 


Bleaching 


595.74 


Commercial 



632.6 

636.6 

598.29 

591.52 

568.2 

598.2 

618 

612.63 

392 

312.1 

312.1 

993.6 

553.4 
546.17 
669.7 
599.73 

564.1 
594.1 

978.3 

589.23 

589.28 

588.22 

662.26 

632.3 
589.23 

583.3 

634.7 

667.8 

682 

616.6 

621.7 
669.8 

662.28 
622.23 

294.58 
929.6 

667.14 



Index 



490 



Bleaching — ( Continued ) 




Body — (Continued) 




Home 


648.1 


VIeasurements — ( Con tinned ) 


Blighted areas 




Anthropometry 


573.6 


Redevelopment 


711.59 


Relations to mental 




Blights 




jroccsses 


131 


Agrieultural pests 


632 


Bog mosses 


588.1 


Bacteria 


589.9 


Bogota 


986.14 


Fungi 


589.2 


Bohemian 




Blimps 


629.132 


Glassware 


748.2 


Blind 




Language 


491.86 


Education of 


371.911 


Literature 


891.86 


Welfare services 


362.41 


Bohol Is. 


991.4 


Blindness 


617.7 


Boiler furnaces 


621.183 


Block books 


092 


Boilers 




Blockade 




Hot water 


697.4 


International law 


341.65 


Marine 


623.873 


Naval warfare 


559.95 


Steam 


621.184 


Blood 


616.15 


Bolivar 




Banks 


616.151 


Colombia 


986.11 


Fertilizers 


631.84 


Ecuador 


986.61 


Groups 




Venezuela 


987.6 


Anthropometry 


573.6 


Bolivia 


984 


Plasma 


616.151 


Bolometers 


522 


Transfusions 


616.151 


Bolted construction 


693.7 


Blood-forming organs 


616.15 


Bolts 


621.88 


Bloodworts 


584.23 


Bomb resistant construc- 




Blowers 

Engineering 
Vlarine engineering 


621.6 

623.873 


tion 
Bomber Command 
Air Force 


693.85 
358.42 


Blowpiping 

Blue 

Grass Culture 
Ridge Mts. 


544 


Bombmg 
Air warfare 


358.42 


633.2 
975.5 


Civilian protection 
Bombs 
Bonaire Is. 


355.232 
623.451 
972.98 


Blueberry 




Bonbons 




Botany 


583.6 


Home cookery 


641.85 


Culture 


634.7 


Vlanufacture 


664.15 


Blue-green algae 


589.8 


Bonds 




Blueprints 


744.5 


And stocks 


332.63 


Boaqueron 


989.22 


Government 


336.3 


Boating 


797.1 


Insurance 


368.83-.84 


Boats 




Bone 




Building 


623.82 


Carving 


736.6 


Transportation 


387.54 


Char 


662.93 


Body 




Vleal Fertilizers 


631.85 


Care 


613.4 


Bones of the body 


616.7 


Defects 


611.012 


Bonus pay 




Measurements 




Wage economics 


331.22 



491 

Bony fishes 

Paleozoology 

Zoology 
Book 

Auctions 

Clubs 

Collecting 

Illustration 

Numbers 

Plates 

Rarities 

Stacks 

Stores 
Bookbinding 

Rare 
Bookkeeping 

Machines 
Book-lice 
•Bookmaking 

Horse racing 

Publishing 

Bookmobiles 

Books 

Acquisition 
Arrangement in 

libraries 
Banned 
Cataloging 
Children's 
Circulation 
Classification 
Condemned 
List of best 
Lost 

Of curiosities 
Owners' marks 
Preservation 
Production 
Prohibited 
Rare material 
Reference 
Repair 
Restoration 
Reviewing 
Selection 
Storage 

Bookselling 



Index 





Booms 




567.4 


Business 


338.54 


597.5 


Nava 


623.86 


002 


Booty Law of war 


341.32 


655.56 


Borates Mineralogy 


549.7 


655.5 


Boring 




010 


Mills 


621.94 


741.64 


Alining 


622.2 


025.8 


Borneo 


991.1 


097 


Boron 




090 


Fertilizers 


631.82 


■ 022.4 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.66 


655.4 


Vlining 


622.36 


655.45 


Borough government ad- 




095 


ministration 


352 


657.2 


Borrowing Public finance 


336 


651.26 


Borstal system 


364.72 


595.73 


Boston 




y ^ y • 1 y 


Center for Adult Edu- 




798.4 
655.4 
021.62 


cation 


374.91 


Massachusetts 


974.461 


Botanical gardens 


580.7 


Architecture 


727.5 


025.2 


Botany 
Economic 


580 
581.6 


025.8 


Geographic 
Paleo- 


581.9 
561 


098 

025.3 

028.5 

025.6 

025.4 

098 

016 


Systematic 


582-589 


Taxonomic 


582-589 


Botticelli, Sandro 




Painting 


759.5 


Bottling Beverages 


663 


Bouffe operas 


782.1 


098 


Bougainville Is. 


993.5 


030 


Boundaries Political 


320.1 


097 


Boundary sun'eying 


526.92 


025.8 


Bounty Is. 


993.11 


655.4 


Bourgeoisie 




098 


Economic class 


323.3 


096 


Social status 


301.44 


025.5 


Bouvet Is. 


997.1 


025.7 


Bow and arrow 


799.32 


025.7 


Bowfins 


597.4 


028 


Bowling 


796.31 


025.21 


Box cameras 


771.3 


022.4 


Boxes Manufacture 


674.82 


655.56 


Boxing 


796.83 



Jndex 



492 



Bov Scouts 


369.4 


Brick — (Continued) 




Bovaca 


986.13 


Engineering material 


620.14 


Boycotts 




Manufacture 


666.73 


4 
Economic 


341.65 


Masonry 


693.2 


Labor 


331.893 


Ornamental 


738.5 


Brachiopoda 




Structural engineering 


624.18 


Palcozoolog}^ 


564.8 


Bricklaying 


693.2 


Zoology 


594.8 


Bridal wreath 


583.3 


0. 
Brachyure 


595.38 


Bridge Game 


795.41 


Brahmanism 


294 


Bridges 




Brahnio-Somaj 


294.5 


City planning 


711.6 


Braille Educational use 


371.911 


Local government 


352.7 


Brain 


616.8 


Military engineering 


623.6 


Brakes 




Railroad engineering 


625.13 


Automobile 


629.24 


Structural engineering 


624.2 


Railroad 


625.25 


Bridgewater treatises 


215 


Branch libraries 


027.42 


Brief longhand 


653.2 


Branch iopoda 




Briquettes 


662.65 


Paleozoology 


565.3 


Bristle-tails 


595.71 


Zoology 


595.32 


Bristol glass 


748.2 


Brandy 


663.5 


British 




Brangwyn, Frank 




Columbia 


971.1 


- 
Etchings 


767 


East Africa 


967.6 


Braque, Georges 




Empire 


942 


Painting 


759.4 


Guiana 


988.1 


Brass 




Honduras 


972.82 


Metallurgy 


669.3 


Philosophy 


192 


Sculpture 


739.5 


Somaliland 


967.72 


Brazi 


981 


South Africa 


968.9 


Brazing 
Bread 


671.56 


Statutes 


346 




West Indies 


972.9 


Commercial baking 


664.75 


Brittle-stars 


593.9 


Home baking 


641.6 


Broadcasting 




Breakfast food 




Radio 


621.3849 


Manufacture 


664.72 


Television 


621.3889 


Breakwaters 


627.2 


Brocade 


677.6 


Breathing 




Broccoli 




Anima 


591.12 


Botany 


583.12 


Human 


612.2 


Culture 


635.3 


Plant 


581.12 


Brokers Stock 


332.62 


Voice training 


784.93 


Bromides Mineralogy 


549.4 


Brethren Church 


289.92 


Bromine 




Breton language 


491.6 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.12 


c 

Brewing 


663.4 


Organic compounds 


547.8 


Bribery and voting 


324.27 


Bromoil processes 




Brick ■ 




Photography 


773 


Building material 


691.4 


Bronchi 


616.2 



493 

Bronchioles 
Bronchitis • 

Bronze 

Age Archeology 

Metallurgy 

Sculpture 
Brooklyn Institute 

Adult education 
Brotherhoods 

Monastic 

Protestant 
Brown algae 
Brucitc Mining 
Brueghel P'amily 

Engrayings 

Painting 
Brunei 
Bruno, Giordano 

Philosophy 
Brussels sprouts 

Botany 

Culture 
Br\'ales 
Br}'ophytes 
Bryozoa 

Paleozoology 

Zoology • 

Bubblefil 
Buccaneers 
Buckthorn 
Buckwheat 

Botany 

Culture 
Buddhism 
Buddhistic 

Architecture 

Sculpture 

Buddists 

Apologetics against 

Budgets 

Business finance 
Household finance 
Public finance 
School finance 
Workmen's 

Buenos Aires 



Jndex 



616.2 
616.2 

571.3 
669.3 
739.5 

374.91 

271 
271.8 
589.45 
622.36 

765 

759.9493 
991. 1 

195 

583.12 
635.3 
588.2 
588 

564.7 
594.7 
677.46 
910.45 

583.27 

583.917 

633.1 

294.3 

723.3 
734.5 

239.9 

658.15 

647.1 

336.395 

379.11 

331.831 

982.1 



Buffalo 

Domesticated 
Buffet suppers 
Bugles 
Bugs 
Building 

And Loan Associations 

Construction 

Contracts 

Costs 

Detail drawing 

Estimates 

Inspection 

Laws 

Materials 

Societies 

Specifications 

Standards 

Stones 

Economic geology 
Quarrying 
Super\ision 
Systems 
Buildings 
Architecture 
City planning 
Landscape architecture 
Public health control 
Buka Is. 
Bulbs 
Garden 
Field crop 
Flower 
Bulgaria 
Bulgarian 
Language 
Literature 
Bullets 
Bull-fights 

Bungalows Architecture 
Bunker fuels 

Manufacture 
Bunts Agricultural pests 
Buoyancy Hydrostatics 
Buoys Navigation aids 
Bureau of Ordnance 
Navy 



599.73 
636.29 

642.4 
788.1 
595.75 

332.32 

690 

692.4 

692.5 

692.2 

692.5 

692.6 

692.9 

691 

334.1 

692.3 

692.3 

553.5 
622.35 
692.6 
693 

720 

711.6 

717 

614.7 

993.5 

635.2 
633.4 
635.9 
949.75 

491.81 

891.81 

625.45 

791.8 

728.6 

665.53 
632.4 
532.2 
623.894 

359.7 



r 



Index 



494 



Bureau of Ships Navy 
Bureau of Supply and 
Accounts Navy 
Bureau of Yards and 
Docks Navy 
Burglary insurance 
Burgundians 
Burial 

Ceremonies 

Customs 

Of Christ 
Buriat-Mongol Republic 
Buried treasure 
Burlap textiles 
Burma 
Burmese 

Language 

Literature 
Burning explosives 

Manufacture 
Bur-reed 
Burro 
Bursae 
Bursitis 
Burton Institute 

Adult education 
Bur\^at language 
Bus' 

Companies 

Terminals 
Architecture 
Management 

Transportation 
Bushman-Hottentot 

Language 

Literature 
Business 

Booms 

Buildings 
Architecture 

Correspondence 

Cvcles 

Depressions 

Districts 

City planning 

English 

Establishment 



359.7 


Business — (Conh'nued) 






Finance « 


658.14 


359.8 


Forecasting 


338.54 




Law 


347.7 


359.7 


Management 


658 


368.82 


Methods 


650 


936 


Ownership 


658.1 


614.6 


Panics 


338.54 


265.8 


Recessions 


338.54 


392 


Schools 


650.7 


232.96 


Butacite 


668.423 


957 


Butane gas Manufacture 


665.77 


910.45 


Butaprene 


678.72 


677.1 


Butene gas Manufacture 


665.77 


959.1 


Butform 


678.73 




Butlers 


647.2 


495.8 


Butter 




895.8 


Industry 


637.2 




Substitutes 


664.3 


662.26 


Buttercups 


583.11 


584.61 


Butterflies 




636.18 


Paleozoology 


565.7 


616.7 


Zoology 


595.78 


616.7 


Butternut Culture 


634.5 




Buttons Costume 


391 


374.91 


Butvar 


678.73 


494.2 


Butyl rubber 


678.72 




Butyrate cellulose plastics 


668.44 


388.3 


Buzzers Electric 


621.389 




Byelorussian Republic 


947.6 


725.3 


Byzantine 




388.3 


Architecture 


723.2 


388.3 


Art 


709.02 




Empire 


949.5 


496.1 


Painting 


759.02 


896.1 


Sculpture 


734 


650 






338.54 


CIO 


331.881 


658.2 


CPA practice 


657.6 


725.2 


Caaguazu 


989.21 


651.7 


Caazapa 


989.21 


338.54 


Cabbage 




338.54 


Botany 


583.12 




Culture 


635.3 


711.55 


Cabinet making 


684.2 


651.7 


Cable railroads 




658.1 


Engineering 


625.1 



495 



Index 



Cable railroads — (Continued) 

Transportation 
Cables 

Electric transmission 

Manufacture 
Cabot, John and 

Sebastian Voyages 973.17 
Cacaopcra language 
Cactaccae 
Cactus 
Caddis-flies 

Agricultural pests 

Zoology 
Cadmium 

Economic geology 

Inorganic chemistry 

Metallurgy 
Caesium 

Inorganic chemistry 
Cafeterias 

Architecture 

Cookery 

Management 
Caicos Is. 
Cajamarca 
Cakes 

Commercial baking 

Home baking 
Calami tes 
Calcispongiae 
Calcium 

Fertilizers 

Inorganic chemistry 

Nitrate Fertilizers 
Calculating machines 
Calculations 

Chemical engineering 
Calculus 

Mathematics 

Of variations 
Caldas 
Calendars 
Calendering 

Paper manufacture 
Rubber manufacture 

Textile manufacture 
California 



-d) 


Californium 


385.1 


Inorganic chemistry 




Calisthenics 


621.319 


Calorimetry 


677.7 


Chemical thermody- 




namics 


973.17 


Heat 


497.8 


Calvin, John 


585.47 


Church history 


583.47 


Calvinist Church 




Calvinistic 


632.7 


Baptist Church 


595.74 


Methodist Church 




Cambodia 


553.4 


Camels 


546.58 


Domesticated 


669.5 


Hair fiber textiles 




Cameos Carving 


546,3 


Cameras 




Cameroon 


725.7 


Camouflage 


641.57 


Engineering 


647.95 


Use 


972.961 


Camp 


985.1 


Counselors' manuals 




Fire Girls 


664.75 


Campaigns Military 


641.6 


Campanales 


561.7 


Campbell Is. 


563.4 


Campbellites 




Campeche 


631.82 


Camphor Botany 


546.4 


Camping 


631.84 


Camps Military 


651.26 


Cams 




Canaanites 


660.28 


Canada 




Canadian 


517 


Arctic 


517.4 


French 


986.13 


Literature 


529.3-.5 


Northwest 




Painting 


676.1 


Philosophy 


678.27 


Canals 


677 


Engineering 


979.4 


Irrigation 



546.6 
796.4 



541.36 
536.6 

270.6 
284.2 

286.1 

287 - 

959 

599.73 

636.29 

677.3 

736.2 

771.3 

967.11 

623.77 
355.42 

796.54 

369.4 

355.48 

583.57 

993.11 

286.6 

972.6 

583.11 

796.54 

355.7 

621.83 

939 

971 

971.22 

447.9 

810 

971.2 

759.11 

191 

627.13 
627.5 



Index 



496 



Canals — (Continued) 

Transportation 
Caiiar 
Canary 

Aviculture 

Islands 
Canasta 
Canberra 
Cancers 

Candid cameras 
Candidates Nomination 

Candy 

Commercial manufac- 
ture 

Home cookery 
Cane 

Costume 

Handcraft 

Sugar 

Field crops 
Manufacture 
Canelones 
Cannaceae 
Cannas 
Canning 

Commercial 

Home 
Canoeing 
Canoes 
Canon 

Music 

Of scripture 
Cantatas 

Sacred 

Secular 
Canteens 

Management 

Military equipment 
Canticles' O. T. 
Cantilever bridges 
Capacitors 

Dielectrics 

Radio 
Cape 

Breton Is. 

Of Good Hope 

Verde Is. 



386.4 
986.62 

636.6 

964.9 

795.4 

994.71 

616.99 

771.3 

324.23 



664.15 
641.85 

391 

745.58 

633.6 

664.1 

989.51 

584.21 

584.21 

664.82 
641.4 
797.1 
623.829 

781.4 
220.12 

783.4 

782.8 

647.95 
355.81 
223.9 
624.3 

537.22 
621.3843 

971.6 

968.7 
966.58 



Capers 

Botany 

Culture 
Capillaries 
Capillary analysis 
Capital levy tax 
Capitalism 

And Christianity 

Political economy 
Capitalization 

Elementary education 

English language 

Other languages 
Capitals City planning 
Capitols 

Architecture 

Landscaping 
Capparidaceae 
Caprifoliaceae 
Captain Kidd Legends 
Capuchins 
Caqueta 

Car card advertising 
Carabobo 
Caracas 

Caraw^ay Culture 
Carbines 
Carbohydrates 

Organic chemistry 
Carbon 

Activated 

Adsorbent 

Black 

Compounds 
Analysis 
Identification 
Properties 

Dioxide 

Industrial chemistry 

Industrial 

Inorganic chemistry 

Processes 
Photography 
Carbonated beverages 
Carbonates Mineralogy 
Carbonization of coal 



583.12 

633.8 

616.1 

544 

336.25 

261.85 
330.1 

372.6 
421.9 
—19 
711.45 

725.1 

712.5 

583.12 

583.51 

398.22 

271.3 

986.16 

659.134 

987.5 

987.71 

635.7 

623.44 

547.92 

662.93 
662.93 
662.93 

547.012 
547.012 
547 

661.9 
662.9 
546.28 

773 
663.62 
549.7 
662.625 



497 

Carbro processes 

Photography 
Carbuilding 
Carbureted water gas 
Carburetor 

Automotive engineering 

Carchi 
Card 

Accounting 

Games 

Tricks 
Cardboard Manufacture 
Cardiology 
Cardiovascular system 

Carditis 

Carduaceae 

Careers 

Cargan 

Cargo 

Handling Shipping 

Loading 

Aircraft operation 

Ships 
Caricatures 
Carillon 
Carmelite 

Brothers 

Nuns 
Carnegie Corporation 

Carnivals 
Carnivora 

Land 

Marine 
Caroline Is. 
Carols 
Carotid 
Carpentry 
Carpeting 
Carrier forces Navy 

Carrots 
Botany 
Field culture 
Garden culture 

Cars 

Railroad engineering 

Cartels 



Index 



773 

625.22 

665.77 

629.253 
986.61 

657 

795.4 

795.43 

676.2 

616.1 

616.1 

616.1 

583.55 

371.425 

677.47 

387.51 

629.18 
623.824 
741.5 
789.5 

271.7 
271.9 
378.3 
394 

599.744 
599.745 
996.6 
■ 783.6 
616.4 
694 
677.6 
359.93 

583.48 

635.1 

633.4 

625,22 
338.88 



Carthaginian 
Language 
Literature 
Carthusians 
Cartography 
Cartons Paper 
Cartoons 
Cartridges 
Carving 
Fine arts 
Sculpture 
Table service 
Caryophyllaceae 
Caryophyllales 
Cascade Mts, 
Cascades 

Landscape architecture 
Case work Social 
Casein 

Fiber textiles 
Plastics 
Cases and statutes 
English law 
U. S. law 
Cashmere fiber textiles 
Casolana 
Casparcolor 
Casserole cookery 
Cassiterite Mineralogy 
Cast iron 
Castanets 
Castilloa 
Casting 

Foundry practice 
Plastics 

Rubber manufacture 
Casualty insurance 

Cat Is. 

Catacombs Architecture 

Catalan 

Language 

Literature 
Catalin 
Cataloging Library 

Catalogs 
Music 
Phonograph record 



492.6 
892,6 
271.7 
526.8 
676.3 
741.5 
623.45 

736.2-.6 

730 

642,6 

583.15 

583.15 

979.51 

714 
361.3 

677.47 
668.43 

346 
345 

677.3 

677.47 

778.6 

641.58 

549.5 

669.141 

789.4 

678.6 

671.25 
668.41 

678.27 
368.5 
972.96 
723.1 

449.9 
849.9 

668.422 
025.3-.35 

781.97 
789.913 



Index 



498 



Catalogs — ( Con tin ued ) 




Publishers' 


015 


Star 


523.89 


Thematic 


781.97 


Universa 


Oil 


Catalysts 




Rubber manufacture 


678.722 


Catamarca 


982.4 


Catechisms 


238 


Catering 


642.47 


Caterpillars 




Agricultural pests 


632.7 


Cathedrals Architecture 


726,5 


Cathode ray tubes 


621.342 


Catholic 




Church 


282 


Modern schisms in 


284.8 


Epistles 


227.9 


VIonastic orders 


271.1-.7 


'VIonastic sisterhoods 


271.9 


Socialism 


335.7 


Cats 




Husbandry 


636.8 


Pictures and illustra- 




tions 


636.87 


Veterinary medicine 


636.089 


Zoology 


599.744 


Catskill Mts. 


974.738 


Cat-tails 


584.61 


Cattle 




Dairy industry 


637 


Husbandry 


636.2 


Veterinary medicine 


636.089 


Zoology 


599.73 


Cauca 


986.15 


Caucasic 




Language 


494.8 


Literature 


894.8 


Caucuses 


324.23 


Caulobacteriales 


589.9 


Caustic 




Potash 


661.2 


Soda 


661.2 


Cautin 


983.4 


Cavalry 


357 


Cave 




Drawings 


571.7 



Cave — ( Con tin ued ) 


A 


Dwellings 


571.8 


Men 


571.1 


Caves 




Archeology 


571.8 


Physiography 


551.44 


Cavitation 




Hydrodynamics 


532.5 


Cayman Is. 


972.921 


Caytoniales 


561.5 


Ceara 


981.3 


Cebu Is. 


991.4 


Cedar Forestry 


634.975 


Celancse 


677.46 


Celebes Is. 


991.2 


Celery Culture 


635.5 


Celesta 


789.6 


Celestial 




Bodies 




Astronomy 


521 


Astrophysics 


523 


Worship 


291.2 


Dynamics 


521 


Navigation 


527 


Celibacy 


253.2 


Cellophane 


668.44 


Cells 


574.8 


Animal 


591.8 


Human 


611.018 


Plant 


581.87 


Celluloid 


668.44 


Cellulose 




Manufacture 


676.4 


Organic chemistry 


547.92 


Plastics 


668.44 


Celtic 




Language 


491.6 


Literature 


891.6 


Religion 


299.16 


Cement 




Building material 


691.5 


Construction 


624.18 


Engineering material 


620.135 


Manufacture 


666.9 


Cemeteries 


614.6 


Planning 


718 



499 

Cenozoic 

Era 

Paleontology 
Censorship 

Press 

Social control 
Censure Social control 
Census enumeration 
Centipedes 

Central 

America 

Bank for Cooperatives 
Banking 

Switchboard systems 
Telephony 

Centrales 
Centralization 

Church history 

City planning 
Centrifugal 

Blowers 

Casting 

Pumps 
Cephalochorda 
Cephalopoda 

Paleozoology 

Zoology 

Ceramic 

Building materials 

Coatings 
^ Mining materials 
Sculpture 
Technology 
Whiteware 

Cereals 

Culture 

Manufacture 
Cerebrospinal 

Fluid 

Spaces 
Cerium 

Inorganic chemistry 
Cerro-Largo 
Certification 

Librarians 

Teachers 



Index 



551.78 
560.178 

070.13 

301.152 

301.152 

312 

595.6 

972.8 

332.31 

332.11 

621.385 
589.62 * 

270.2 
711.01 

621.6 
671.25 
621.6 
596 

564.5 
594.5 

691.4 

666.2 

622.36 

738 

666 

666.3 

633.1 
664.7 

616.8 
616.8 

546.6 
989.52 

023.2 
371.13 



Certified public account- 
ants 
Cestoda 
Cctacea 
Ceylon 
Cezanne, Paul Painting 

Chaco 
Chaldea 
Chaldean 
Language 
Literature 
Chagall, Marc Painting 
Chain 
Gangs 
Stores 

Transmission 
Chalk Drawing 
Chamber music 
Orchestras 
String 
Wind 
Chambers 
Cloud 
Expansion 
Ionization 
Chamorro language 
Champlain, Samuel dc 

Voyages 
Chancels 
Channel Islands 
Chants 

Chaplains' corps 
Army 
Military 
Navy 
Characeae 
Character 
Analysis 
Education 
Psychology 
Tests 
Training Use of music 

Charades 
Charcoal 

Drawing 

Fuel technology 

Manufacture 



657.6 

595.12 

599.5 

954.8 

759.4 

982.3 

935 

492.2 
892.2 
759.7 

365.65 
658.873 
621.85 
741.2 

785.7 

787.04 

788.04 

539.77 
539.77 
539.77 
499.2 

973.18 

246 

942,34 

783.5 

355.34 
355.34 
359.34 
561.9 

137-139 

377.2 

137 

137.8 

780.13 

793 

741.2 

662.65 

662.93 



i 



Index 



^oo 



Chard Culture 63 v4 

Chardin, /can Painting 7^9.4 
Chardonize 677.46 

Charge aceounts 332. "^S 

Charging systems 

Library 025.6 

Charity Sisters of 271.9 

Charlatanry 133.7 

Charlemagne Legends 398.22 
Charms Superstitions 398.3 
Charts 

Cartography 526.8 

Navigation aid 623.894 

Chatino language 497.6 

Chattels Private law 347.3 

Chechenian language 494.8 

Checkers 794.2 
Checks 332.77 

Cheerleading 37L89 

Cheese industry 637.3 
Chelonia 

Paleozoology 568.1 

Zoology 598.13 

Cheltenham school 374.91 
Chemical 

Analysis 543 

Crime detection 364.12 

Bombs 623.451 
Change 

Kinetic theory 541.3 
Coordination 

Physiolog\' 574.1 

Crystallography 548. 3 

Culture 631.58 

Engineering 660.28 
Industries Economics 338.27 
Laboratories 

Equipment 542 

Materials Mining 622.36 

Mineralogy 549.13 

Shells 623.451 

Technology 660 

Thermodynamics 541.36 

Warfare 356.93 

Civilian protection 355.232 

Weapons 623.445 



Chemicals 

Industrial 

Photographic 
Chemigum 
Chemistry 

Agricultural 

Analytical 

Colloid 

Industrial 

Inorganic 

Legal 

Organic 

Physical 

Soil 
Chenopodiaceae 
Chenopodialcs 
Cheremiss language 
Cherokee language 
Cherry 

Botany 

Culture 
Chess 
Chestnut 

Culture 

Forestry 

Chiapanec language 

Chiapas 

Chibchan 

Language 

Literature 
Chicago, 111. 
Chicken pox 
Chief of Naval Opera- 
tions 
Chiefs of Staff Military 
Chihuahua 
Child 

Guidance clinics 

Labor 

Parent relationship 

Psychology 

Welfare 

Social problem 
Childbirth 
Children 

Abandoned 

Abnormal 



661 

771.5 

678.72 

540 

630.24 

543-545 

541.375 

660 

546 

364.12 

547 

541 

631.41 

583.91 

583.91 

494.5 

497.5 

583.3 
634.2 
794.1 

634.5 

634.972 

497.6 

972.7 

498 
898 

977.311 
616.9 

359.33 
355.33 
972.1 

362.74 

331.3 

301.427 

136.7 

362.7 

301.46 

618 

362.73 



SOI ^ 

Ch ildren— ( Contin ued ) 

Abnormal — ( Continued ) 
Education 
Psychology 

Cookery for 

Employment 

Home care 

In industry 
Social problem 

Pediatric care 

Photography 

Welfare services 
Children's 

Books 

Diseases 

Games 

Hospitals 

Libraries 

Songs 
Chile 
Chiloe 
Chilopoda 
Chimborazo 
Chimes 
Chimneys 

Steam engineering 

China 

Chinantecan language 

Chinaw^are 
Ceramics 
Manufacture 
Table furnishings 

Chinese 

Architecture 
Ancient 
Medieval 

Language 

Literature 

Painting 

Philosophy 

Sculpture Ancient 
Chinese-Japanese War 
Chinook language 
Chipewyan language 
Chippendale furniture 
Chiricahua language 
Chirico, Giorgio di 

Painting 



Index 



371.9 

136.76 

641.56 

331.3 

649.1 

301.46 
618.9 

778.9 
362.7 

028.5 

618.9 

796 

362.78 

027.62 

784.624 

983 

983.5 

595.6 

986.61 

789.5 

697.8 

621.183 

951 

497.6 

738.2 
666.3 
642.7 



722 

723.3 

495.1 

895.1 

759.951 

181.1 

732 

951.042 

497.4 

497.2 

749.22 

497.2 

759.5 



Chiropractic 

Chiroptera 

Chitons 

Chivalry 

Chlamydobactcriales 

Chlorate Manufacture 

Chlorides 

Industrial chemistry 

Mineralogy 
Chlorine 

Industrial chemistry 

Inorganic chemistry 

Organic compounds 
Chlorophyta 
Chocho language 
Choco 

Chocolate Manufacture 
Choctaw language 
Choirs 
Choiseul Is. 
Chondrichthyes 
Chondrostei 

Paleozoology 

Zoology 
Choral 

Services 

Speaking 

Works 
Chordates 
Chords Music 
Choreography 
Chorotegan language 

Choruses 
Performance 

Sacred 

Secular 
Christ Life 
Christening 
Christian 

Art 

Brothers 

Calendars 

Church 

And education 

Conduct 

Endeavor 

Ethics 



615.82 

599.4 

594.19 

940.1 

589.9 

662.27 

661.2 
549.4 

661.9 

546.12 

547.8 

589.47 

497.6 

986.12 

663.9 

497.5 

783.8 

993.5 

567.3 

567.4 
597.4 

783.2 

808.55 

784.2 

596 

781.22 

792.8 

497-6 

784.96 

783.4 

784.1 

232.9 

265.1 

709.02 

271.7 

529.4 

270-289 

377.8 

241 

267.6 

241 



Index 



$02 



Christian — [Continued) 

Names 

Painting 

Religion 

Sabbath 

Science Church 
Authorized works 
Unauthorized works 

Sculpture 

Sects 

Social theology 

Socialism 

Symbolism 
Christianity 

And 

Capitalism 
Communism 
Democracy 
Economic order 
Education 
Internationalism 
Labor problems 
Living conditions 
Marriage relations 
Material welfare 
Nationalism 
Political order 
Race relations 
Socialism 

Socio-economic prob- 
lems 
Unbelievers 
War 
World order 

Doctrines 

Influence of science on 
Christians 

Di\ision among 
Christmas 

Celebration 

Drama music 

Island Malaya 

Islands Pacific 
Christology 

Messianic 
Chroma tes 



929.4 

7^9.02 

220-269 

263 

289.5 

289.51 

289.52 

734 

280 

261 

335.7 

246 



261,85 

261.7 

261.7 

261.85 

261.8 

261.6 

261.8 

261.8 

261.8 

261.8 

261.6 

261.7 

261.8 

261.85 

261.8 

239.1-.9 

261.6 

261.6 

230 

270.8 

286.6 

270.8 

394.26 

783.3 

969.84 

996.81 

232 

232.1 

549.7 



Chromatographic methods 

Quantitative analysis 545.8 

Chromatone 778.6 

Chrome refractories 666.72 
Chromite 

Mineralog)^ 549.5 

Mining 622.36 
Chromium 

Economic geology 553.4 

Inorganic chemistry 546.75 

Metallurgy 669.734 

Mining 622.34 

Chromosome theory 575.11 

Chronicles O. T. 222.6 

Chronology 529 

Biblical 220.9 

Chronometers 681.1 

Chrysophyta 589,48 

Chubut 982.7 

Chukchean language 494.6 

Chuquisaca 984.2 

Church 250-260 

Administration 2 54 

And state 322.1 

Architecture 726 

Choirs 783.8 
Congregational singing 783.9 

Congregations 262 

Courts 262.9 

Decline 301.46 

Decoration 246-247 

Entertainments 2 59 

Fathers 281.1 

Finance 254.8 

Government 262 
Grounds Landscaping 712.7 

Hierarchy 262.1 

History 270-289 
Latin 

Language 479 

Literature 879 

Law 262.9 

Music 783 
Of 

Brethren 289.92 

Christ 289.9 

England 283 



S03 



Index 



Church — (Continued) 
Of— (Continued) 
God 

Adventists 286.7 

Brethren 289.92 

In Christ 289.7 
Jesus Christ of Latter 

Day Saints 289.3 

Organizations 259 

Primitive 281 

Public relations 254.4 
Recreational facilities 259 

Schools 268 

Services 264 

Trials 262.9 

Unity 280 

Work 254.2 

Year Meditations 242.3 
Churches 

Architecture 726.5 

Federation of 280 

Oriental 281 

Churchill River 971.27 

Chuvash language 494.3 

Chvtridales 589.28 

Cibanite 668.422 

Cicadas 595.75 

Cichoriaceae 583.55 

Cid Legends 398.22 

Cider 663.2 

Cigarettes 679.2 

Cigars 679.2 

Ciliata 593.17 

Cincinnati, O. 977.178 

Cinematography 778. 5 

Cinnabar 549.3 

Cinnamon 583.11 
Ciphers Cryptography 652.8 

Circassian language 494.8 

Circuit court reports 345.41 

Circulation 574.1 

Animal 591.11 

Human 612.1 

Plant 581.11 

Circulating libraries 027.3 
Circulatory svstem 

Animal ^ 591.41 



Circulatory system — (Con 

Human 
Circumcision 

Christology 

Customs 

Judaism 
Circus 
Cirripedia 

Paleozoology 

Zoology 
Cistaceae 
Cistercian monks 
Citizenship 

Elementary education 

International law 

Laws 
Citrus fruits Culture 
City 

Communities 

Gas 

Government 

Planning 

Economic principles 
Civic centers Planning 
Civics 

Elementary education 

Civil 

Architecture 

Engineering 

Law procedure 

Liberties 

Rights 

Service 

And Libraries 
Reform period 
U. S. history 
Trials 
War 
U.S. 
Civilians 
Military 

Mobilization 
Protection 
Civilization 
Ancient 
Prehistoric 
Cladoselachii 



tinned) 
616.1 

232.92 
392 
296.4 
791.3 

565.3 

595.35 

583.13 

271.1 

323.6 

372.83 

341.51 

323.61 

634.3 

301.36 
665.77 
352 
711 

333.77 
711.55 
320.9 

372.83 

725 

620 

347.9 

323.4 

323 

351 

023.2 

973.8 

347.91 

341.39 

973.7 



355.23 

355.232 

900 

939 

571 

567.3 



Index 



S04 



Claims Insurance 


368.014 


Climatology 


551.59 


Clairaudiencc 


133.8 


Medical 


616.98 


Clairvoyance 


133.8 


Climbing plants Culture 


635.97 


Clamps Fastenings 


621.88 


Clinica 




Clams 




Diagnosis 


615.07 


Fisheries 


639.41 


Medicine 


616 


Zoology 


594.1 


Veterinary 


636.0896 


Clarinet 


788.6 


Nursing 


610.733 


Class days 


371.89 


Psychology 


131.3 


Classes Social 


323.3 


Clinics 


362.12 


Classical 




Prison 


565.66 


Architecture 


722.6 


School 


371.71 


Dancing 


793.32 


Clipper ships 


623.821 


Greek language 


487.01 


Clocks 




Languages 


489.1 


Manufacture 


681.1 


Latin language 


477.02 


Time determination 


529.7 


Literature 


880 


Cloisonne 


738.4 


Mythology 


292 


Clothing 


646 


Sculpture 


733 


Buying 


646.3 


Classicists Economists 


330.15 


Care 


646.6 


Classification 




Construction 


646.4 


Books 


025.4 


Consumer education 


646.3 


Prisoners 


365.6 


Industries Economics 


338.47 


Classified ads 


659.132 


Manufacture 


687 


Classroom management 


371.5 


Selection 


646.3 


Clavichord 


786.2 


Cloud chambers 


539.77 


Clay 




Clouds 




Building material 


691.4 


Meteorology 


551.572 


Economic geology 


553.6 


Photography 


778.9 


Alining 


622.36 


Clover 




Products 


666.32 


Botany 


583.3 


Structural products 


666.73 


Culture 


633.3 


Cleaning 




Club 




Commercial processes 


667.1 


Fungi 


589.22 


Home processes 


646.6 


Libraries 


027.2 


Household sanitation 


648 


Mosses 


587.9 


VIetal manufacture 


671.74 


Clubs 




Street 


628.4 


Architecture 


728.4 


Cleanliness 




Library 


020.6 


Personal hygiene 


613.4 


Management 


647.94 


Cleavage 




Politica 


329.8 


Crystallography 


548.84 


Reading and study 


021.4 


'Vlineralogy 


549.12 


Social 


367 


Clematis 


583.11 


Clusters Star 


523.85 


Clergy 


262.14 


Clutches 




Cleveland, 0. 


977.132 


Automotive 


629.24 


Cliff dwellings 


571.8 


Mechanical 


621.82 



SOS 

Cnidaria 

Paleozoology 

Zoology 
Coagulation 

Water purification 
Coahuila 
Coal 

Analysis 

Chemicals 

Economic geology 

Gas 

Heating 

Industries Economics 

Mineralogy 

Mining 

Products 

Properties 

Storage 

Tar 

Chemicals 

Technology 

Testing 

Transportation 

Treatment 

Utilization 
Coast artillery 
Coast Guard 
Coastwise trade routes 
Coated fabrics 
Coating 

Metal manufacture 

Rubber manufacture 
Coatings 

Photographic chemicals 
Coats-of-arms 
Cobalt 

Economic geology 
Inorganic chemistry 
Metallurgy 
Cochabamba 
Cochin-China 
Cock-fights 
Cockroaches 
Cocktails 
Cocoa 
Culture 
Manufacture 



Index 





Coconut Culture 


634.6 


563.5 


Cocos 


969.84 


593.5 


Cod 






F'isheries 


639.27 


628.16 


Zoology 


597.5 


972.1 


Codes 






Cryptography 


652.8 


662.622 


Penal 


343 


662.628 


Telegraphic 


621.382 


553.2 


U. S. 


345.2 


665.77 


Codices Bible 


220.4 


697.6 


Codification of U. S. laws 


345.2 


338.27 


Coeducation 


376 


549.8 


Coelenterata 




622.33 


Paleozoology 


563.5 


662.625 


Zoology 


593.5 


662.622 


Coffee 




662.624 


Culture 


633.7 


662.627 


Industries Economics 


338.17 


662.628 


Manufacture 


663.9 


662.62 


Cognition 


153 


662.622 


Cohesion 




662.624 


Crystallography 


548.84 


662.623 


Coinage Money 


332.4 


662.625 


Coins 




356.4 


Counterfeiting 


332.9 


359.97 


Numismatics 


737.4 


387.524 


Cojedes 


987.4 


677.6 


Coke 






Oven gas 


665.77 


671.73 


Technology 


662.64 


678.27 


Colchagua 
Cole 


983.3 


771.5 


Meteorology 


551.52 


929.8 


Storage 


664.85 




Colds 


616.2 


553.4 


Colcoptera 


595.76 


546.7 


Colima 


972.3 


669.733 


Colitis 


616.3 


984.2 


Collected works 


080 


959 


Individual authors 


081 


791.8 


Se\eral authors 


082 


595.72 


Collecting 




663.8 


Art objects 


708 




Books 


010 


633.7 


First day covers 


383.22 


663.9 


Furniture 


749 



Index 



^06 



Collecting — ( Continued ) 

Glassware 

Museum materials 

Natural history mate- 
rials 

Payments 

Stamps 
Collections 

Art 

Literary 

Museum 

Natural history 
Collective 

Bargaining 

Behavior 
Collectivistic systems 
Colleges 

Agricultural 

Business 

Teachers' 

Women's 

See also Universities 
and CoJIeges 
Collembola 
Collisions at sea 

Maritime law 
Colloids 

Chemistry 

Pedology 
Collotype 
Colombia 
Colonia 
Colonial 

Empire 

Furniture 

Gardens 

Government 

Tariff policy 

Trade 
Colonies 

Juvenile 

Penal 

Political 
Colonization 

By specific country 

Effect on population 

International 

Of specific country 





Color 




748.2 


Advertising use 


659.13 


069.4 


Blindness 


617.7 




Drawing 


741.4 


579 


Moving pictures 


778.5 


658.88 


Vlusic 


781.1 


383.22 


Optics 


535.6 




Painting 


752 


708 


Photography 


778.6 


808.8 


Printing 


655.32 


069.5 


Removal 




579 


Water purification 


628.16 




Superstitions 


398.3 


331.891 


Colorado 


978.8 


301.15 


Colored Methodist 




335 


Church 


287.8 


378 


Colorimetric method 




630.7 


Quantitative analysis 


545.8 


650.7 


Coloring 




370.73 




Dyeing 


667.2 


376.8 


Fur dressing 


675.3 




Colorstil 


778.6 


595.71 


Colossians N. T. 


227.7 


Columbine 


583.11 


341.57 


Columbium 

Economic geology 


553.4 


541.375 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.8 


631.43 


Metallurgy 


669.7 


655.32 


Columbus, Christopher 




986.1 


Voyages 


973.15 


989.51 


Columns 






Architectural design 


729.3 


325.3 


Structural design 


624.177 


749.21 


Combat 




712.62 


Elements 




325.31 


Army 


355.31 


337 


Military 


355.31 


382 


Navy 


359.31 




Intelligence 


355.42 


364.72 


Sports 


796.8 


365.3 


Combination 




325.3 


Production 




325.3 


Industrial 


338.8 


325.33-.39 


International 


338.88 


301.32 


Ports 


387.12 


325 


Theory Algebra 


512.5 


325.4-.9 


Comb-jellies 


593.8 



507 



Index 



Combustion 
Coal 
Engines 
Fuel 
High temperature 

Comets 

Comfort stations 
Architecture 

Public health control 
Comic operas 
Command 

Army 

Military 

Navy 
Commandments Ten 
Commandos 
Commelinaceae 
Commencement School 
Commensalism 

Animal 

Plant 
Commerce 

Department 

Interstate 
Commercial 

Aeronautics 

Art 

Buildings 
Architecture 
Care 

Centers City planning 

Correspondence 

Credit 

Fertilizers 

Geography 

Lav^ 

International 

Radio stations 

Theory 

Trade routes 
Comminution Mining 
Commissions of inquiry 

International law^ 
Commodity 

Exchanges 

Taxes 



662.625 

621.4 

621.182 

536.57 

523.6 

725.1 
614.7 

782.1 

355.33 

355.33 

359.33 

222.16 

356-1 

584.3 

371.29 

574.5 

591.5 

581.5 

380 

353.82 

381 

387.7 
741.67 

725.2 

647.96 

711.55 

651.7 

332.1 

631.8 

911.3 

347.7 

341.57 

384.5 

380.1 

387.52 

622.7 

341.6 

338.522 
336.271 



Common 

Land 
Law 
British 
U. S. 
Commons 
Architecture 
Landscaping 
Commonwealth 
Government 
Communicable diseases 
Nursing 

Public health control 
Communication 
Channels 

City planning 
Companies 
Engineering 
Equipment 
Airports 
Office appliances 

Facilities 

Military mobilization 

Finance 

Mass 

Military 

Engineering 
Postal 
Regulation 
Services 
Stations 
Systems 
Radio 
Telegraph 
Telephone 
Television 
Communism 

And Christianity 
Economic system 
Government 
Communist 
China 
Party 
U.S. 

Other countries 
Communities 
GoN'crnment 



333.2 
347 
346 
345 

727.3 
712.5 

321.021 

616.9 
610.736 
614.4 
384 

711.7 

384 
621.38 

629.16 
651.26 

384 

355.27 

384 

301.243 

356.7 

623.73 

383 

384 

384 

384 

621.3845 
621.382 
621.385 
621.388 

261.7 
335.4 
321.84 

951.05 

329.8 
329.9 

352 



Index 



So8 



Communities — (Continued) 

Planning 

Political science 

Sociology 
Community 

Centers 

Chests 

Health instruction 

Nursing 

Planning 

Songs 
Commutation of sen- 
tences 
Comoro 

Companionate marriage 
Comparative 

Anatomy 

Government 

Legislation 

Linguistics 

Mythology 

Psychology 

Religion 
Compensation plans 

Economics 

Salan- administration 

See also specific fields 
Competition 

And prices 

School 

Sociology 
Competitive free markets 338.522 
Complex variables 

Calculus 
Complines 
Composers 
Compositae 
Composition 

Drawing 

Elementary education 

English language 

Foreign languages 

Graphic arts 

Literary 

Music 
Compost 
Compound bridges 



711.58 

323.35 
301.35-.37 

790 

361.8 

371.76 

610.734 

711.58 

784.6 

364.6 
969.4 
301.422 

591.4 

320.9 

340.5 

410 

291 

151.3 

290 

331.2 
658.32 



338.522 

371.53 

301.23 



517.8 

783.2 

780.071 

583.55 

741.4 
372.6 
428.2 
—82 
655.28 
808 

781.61-.63 
631.87 
624.7 



Comprehension 


153 


Compressed 




Air 




Applications 


621.54 


Engines 


621.42 


Transmission 


621.5 


Industrial gases 


661.9 


Compressibility of gases 


533.12 


Compression 




Tests of materials 


620.112 


Compressors Air 


621.5 


Comptroller Military 


355.6 


Compulsory' 




Education 


371.52 


Enlistment 




Military science 


355.22 


Labor 


331.5 


Voting 


324.21 


Computation instruments 




Mathematics 


510.81 


Computers Artillery 


623.46 


Comte, Auguste 




Philosophy 


194 


Conation 


158 


Concentration 




Camps 




Civilian 


355.232 


Military 


355.7 


Ore dressing 


622.7 


Concepcion 




Chile 


983.3 


Paraguay 


989.21 


Conception 




Immaculate 


232.93 


Physiology 


612.63 


Concerti grossi 


785.6 


Concertos 


785.6 


Concerts 




Music 


780.73 


Shows 


791 


Conciliation 




International 


341.6 


Labor 


331.899 


Concordances Bible 


220.2 


Concrete 




Block masonry 


693.4 


Building materials 


691.3 



509 

Concrete — (Continued) 

Construction 

Engineering materials 

Masonry 

Reinforced 

Engineering materials 
Condemnation of Christ 
Condemned books 
Condensation 

Meteorology 

Organic chemistry 

Plastics 
Condensed milk 
Condensers 

Dielectrics 

Marine engineering 

Steam engineering 
Condillac, fitiennc 

Philosophy 
Condiments 

Culture 

Manufacture 
Conditioned responses 
Conduct 

Disorderly 

Of 
Life 

Meetings Elemen- 
tary education 
War 
Conducting Music 
Conductiometric methods 

Quantitative analysis 
Conduction 

Heat transmission 

Heating 
Conductivity 

Dielectrics 

Of crystals 

Tests 

Engineering materials 
Cones Volcanism 
Confectionery 
Home cookery 

Manufacture 
Confederate States, U. S. 
Conference meetings 



Index 





Conferences 


060 


624.18 


Library 


020.63 


620.136 


Confessions 




693.5 


Doctrinal theology 


238 




Penance 


265.6 


620.137 


Configurations 




232.96 


Geometry 


516.5 


098 


Confinement Solitary 
Confirmation 


365.2 


551.572 


Judaism 


296.4 


547.013 


Sacraments 


265.2 


668.422 


Conflict Sociology 


301.23 


637.14 


Confucianism 


299.51 




Confucius Philosophy 


181.1 


537.22 


Conga 


793.33 


623.873 


Congo 




621.19 


Belgian 


967.5 




River 


967.5 


194 


Congregate system pris- 






ons 


365.2 


635.7 


Congregational 




664.5 


Church 


285.8 


158.42 


Singing 


783.9 




Congregationalism 


285.8 


364.14 


Congregations Church 
Congress 


262 


179 


Of Industrial Organiza- 






tions 


331.881 


372.6 


U.S. 


328.739 


341.31 


Congresses 


060 


785-789 


Coniferales 






Botany 


585.2 


545.3 


Paleobotany 


561.5 




Coniferous trees 


634.975 


536.2 


Conjuring 


793.8 


697.7 


Connecticut 


974.6 




Connective tissue 


616.7 


537.22 


Conscience 




548.85 


Freedom 


323.44 




Individual ethics 


179 


620.112 


Conscientious objectors 


355.22 


551.21 


Conscription 






\Iilitary science 


355.22 


641.85 


Consecration ceremonies 


265 


664.15 


Conservation 




973.7 


National resources 


333.72 


264 


Wild life 


333.78 



Index 



Sio 



Consenatories 




Architecture 


728.9 


Music 


780.72 


Consolatory readings 


242.4 


Console 




Navigation systems 


623.893 


Consolidated schools 


379.175 


Conspiracy 


364.13 


Constants 




Nuclear physics 


539.74 


Constellations 


523.89 


Constipation 


616.3 


Constitution 




Of 




Solids 


539.2 


Specific countries 


342.3-.9 


U.S. 


342.73 


Constitutional 




Conventions 


342 


Law 


342 


Constructed languages 


408.9 


Construction 




Architectural 


624. 


Building industry 


692 


Canal engineering 


627.13 


Commodities Mining 


622.36 


Industries Economics 


338.4 


Consular service 


341.8 


Consulates Architecture 


725.1 


Consumer 




Banking 


332.35 


Cooperatives 


334.5 


Credit 


332.35 


Education 




Clothing selection 


646.3 


Food selection 


641.3 


Household goods 




selection 


647.1 


Research 


658.83 


Contagious diseases 


616.9 


Containers 




Paper 


676.3 


Wood 


674.82 


Contemporary' painting 


759.06 


Contests 


793.7 


Continental 




Divide U.S. 


978.83 



Continental — ( Con tin ued ) 

Shelves Physiography 5 5 1 .4 1 

Continents 

Physiography 551.41 

Continuation schools 374.91 

Continuous groups 

Algebra 512.86 

Contour planting 631.45 

Contra bass 787.4 

Contraband of war 341.35 

Contraception 

Eugenics 301.323 

Human physiology 612.63 

Contract 

Bridge 795.41 
Labor 

Economics 331.5 

Prisons 365.65 

Contracts 

Building industry 692.4 

Engineering 620.03 

Labor 331.5 

Private law 347.4 

Control 

Bibliographic 010 

Population 301.323 

Social 301.152 

Surfaces Airplane 629.143 

System Automobile 629.24 

Controlled currency 332.5 

Convalescent homes 362.1 

Convection 

Heat transmission 536.2 

Convectors 697.1 

Conventions 

Political 329 

Social 301.152 
Conversation 

Elementar}- education 372.6 
Conversion 

Personal religion 248 

Conveyances 

Public health control 614.7 

Conveyers 621.86 

Convict labor 365.65 
Convicts 

Criminal law 343 



5^1 

Convicts — (Continued) 
Discharged 
Treatment 
Cook 
Books 
Islands 
Cookery 
Esthetics 
Special apparatus 
Cooks 
Cooling 
Systems 

Air conditioning 
Automotive engineer- 
ing 
Towers 

Steam engineering 
Cooperage 
Cooperation 
Consumer 
Economics 
Employer-employee 
Intellectual 
International 
Library 
Museum 
Sociology 
Cooperative 
Cataloging 
Credit 
Housing 
Management 
Markets 
Production 
Social agencies 
Societies 
Storage of books 
Coos language 
Copepoda 

Copley, John Painting 
Copper 
Age 

Economic geology 
Fertilizers 

Inorganic chemistry 
Metallurgy 
Mining 



Index 





Copper — ( Con tf iiued ) 




364.8 


Sculpture 


739.5 


365.6 


Coptic 






Church 


281 


641.5 


Language 


493.2 


996.23 


Literature 


893.2 


641.5 


Copy 




641.01 


Testing 


659.13 


641.58 


Writing 


659.13 


647.2 


Copyright 


655.6 




International 


655.63 




Coquimbo 


983.2 


697.93 


Coral 






Fisheries 


639 


629.256 


Reefs 
Corals 


551.42 


621.19 


Paleozoology 


563.5 


674.82 


Zoology 
Cordage 


593.6 


334.5 


Manufacture 


677.7 


334 


Naval equipment 


623.86 


658.315 


Cordaitales 


561.5 


001 


Cordite Ordnance 


623.452 


341 


Cordoba 


982.5 


021.64 


Cordura 


677.46 


069.6 


Corinthians N. T. 


227.2-.3 


301.23 


Cork 
Corn 


674.9 


025.35 


Botany 


584.8 


332.3 


Field culture 


633.1 


334.1 


Garden culture 


635.6 


331.15 


Livestock feed 


636.085 


631.18 


Cornet 


788.1 


334.6 


Cornish language 


491.6 


361.8 


Cornstalk pulp 


676.14 


334 


Cornstarch 


664.2 


022.4 


Coronation Customs 


394 


497.4 


Corot, Jean Painting 


759.4 


595.34 


Corporal punishment 




759.1 


Criminal law 


343.2 




Military science 


355.13 


571.3 


Corporations 




553.4 


Business 


658.1 


631.82 


Production 


338.74 


546.56 


Correctional 




669.3 


Courts 


364.5 


622.34 


Institutions 


364.7 



Index 



$12 



Correspondence 




Counseling — ( Continued ) 




Autobiographical 


920 


Instructiona 


371.394 


Commercial 


651.7 


Pastoral 


253.5 


Courses 


374.4 


Counter tubes 


539.77 


Corrientes 


982.2 


Counterfeiting 


364.13 


Corrodcntia 


595.73 


Currency 


332.9 


Corrosion 




Counterpoint 


781.4 


Tests of materials 


620.112 


Counterreformation 




Corrupt practices Suf- 




Church history 


270.6 


rage 


324.27 


Counters Numismatics 


737 


Corundum Mining 


622.36 


Country 




Cosmetic surgery 


617.95 


Clubs 




Cosmetics 




Architecture 


728.4 


Chemical analysis 


543.4 


Landscaping 


712.7 


Manufacture 


668.5 


Communities 


301.35 


Public health contro 


614.3 


Dances 


793.34 


Use 


646.73 


Homes Architecture 


728.6 


Cosmic rays 


539.722 


Seats Architecture 


728.8 


Cosmogony 


523.1 


County 




Cosmology 
Cost 


113 


Government 
Libraries 


352 
027.42 


Accounting 


657.4 


Couplings 




And prices 


338.522 


Mechanical engineering 


621.82 


1 
Finding 


657.4 


Railroad engineering 


625.25 


Of living 


339.42 


Coups d'etat 


323.2 


Costa Rica 


972.86 


Courses 




Costume 


391 


Correspondence 


374.4 


Academic 


378.2 


Curriculum 


375 


Design 


792.02 


Meal 


642.6 


Theatrical 


792.02 


Coursing 


799.25 


Cottages Architecture 


728.6 


Court 




Cotton 




Reports 




Botany 


583.17 


English law 


346.4 


Culture 


633.5 


U. S. law 


345.4 


Industry Economics 


338.17 


Supreme 


347.972 


Textiles 


677.2 


Courts 


347.97 


Cotylosauria 


568.1 


Church 


262.9 


Coulometers 


621.37 


Correctional 


364.5 


Counci 




Domestic relations 


364.53 


Of 




International 


341.63 


Social agencies 


361.2 


Juvenile 


364.52 


Trent 


270.6 


Local 


347.99 


Councils 




Of prizes 


341.36 


Adult education 


374.93 


Provincial 


347.98 


Counseling 




State 


347.98 


Camp 


796.54 


Courtship 


301.425 



513 



Index 



Covarrubias, Miguel 

Painting 
Covenants 
Cover crops 

Erosion control 
Cow manure Fertilizers 
Cows Husbandry 
Crab 

Fisheries 

Grass 

Agricultural pest 
Crabapple Culture 
Crabs 
Crackers 
Cracking 

Petroleum refining 
Craft 

Sailing 

Unions 
Crafts 

Art 

Elementary education 

Cranberry 

Botany 

Culture 
Cranes 
Cranial capacity 

Anthropometry 

Craniata 

Craps 

Crater Lake National 

Park 
Crater Volcanism 
Crates Wood 
Crayfish 
Crayon drawing 

Cream 

Industry 

Of tartar 
Crease resistant fabrics 
Creation 

Of man 
Creative 

Arts 

Elementary education 

Teaching 



759.972 

238 

651.45 
631.86 
636.2 

639.5 

632.58 
634.1 
595.38 
664.75 

665.53 

623.822 
331.88 

745.5 

372.5 

583.6 
634.7 
621.87 

573.6 

596 

795.1 

979.59 
551.21 
674.82 
595.38 
741.2 

637.1 

664.6 
677.6 
213 
233.1 



372.5 
371.36 



Credit 

Agricultural 
Banks 

Business management 
Commercial 
Consumer 
Cooperative 
Fields 

Financial economies 
Instruments 
Insurance 
Paper currency 
Public finance 
Real estate 
System Schools 
Unions 
Credo 

Cree language 
Creeds 

Creek language 
Cremation 
Crematories 

Architecture 
Creole French language 
Crests 
Cretinism 
Crewclwork 
Crickets 

Agricultural pests 
Zoology 
Crime 
Causes 
Criminal law 
Detection 
Economic factor 
Hereditary factor 
Investigation 
Mental factor 
Physical factor 
Prevention 
Social 
Factor 
Problem 
Crimes 
Against 

Law of Nations 
Person 



332.31 

332.31 

658.88 

332.1 

332.35 

332.3 

332.3 

332.7 

332.77 

368.87 

332.5 

336.3 

332.32 

371.26 

332.35 

783.2 

497.3 

238 

497.5 

614.6 

614.6 

726.8 

447.9 

929.8 

616.4 

746.44 

632.7 

595.72 

364.1 

364.2 

343 

364.1 

364.2 

364.2 

364.12 

364.24 

364.24 

364.4 

364.2 
301.46 



341.4 
364.15 



Index 



SH 



Crimes — (Continued) 




Against — (Continued) 




Property 


364.16 


Public morals 


364.17 


Public order 


364.14 


State 


364.13 


Crimina 




Anthropology 


364.24 


Identification 


364.12 


Institutions 


364.7 


Law 


343 


International 


341.49 


Reports 


343 


Trials 


343.1 


Criminals 


364.1 


Mental abnormalities 


364.24 


Physical abnormalities 


364.24 


Studies 


364.2 


Criminology 


364 


Crinoidea 


593.9 


Crippled children 




Education 


371.916 


Welfare 


362.78 


Croatian 




Language 


491.8 


Literature 


89 LB 


Croce, Benedetto 




Philosophy 


195 


Crocheting 


646.2 


Crocodiles 




Paleozoology 


568.1 


Zoology 


598.14 


Crocodilia 




Paleozoology 


568.1 


Zoology 


598.14 


Crofton system Prisons 


565.2 


Cromlechs 


571.9 


Crooked Is. 


972.96 


Crop 




Blights 


632 


Diseases 


632 


Dusting Aircraft use 


629.18 


Insurance 


368.1 


Management 


631.3-632 


Pests 


632 


Production 


631.5 


Specific crops 


633-635 



Crop— (Continued) 




Rotation 




Erosion control 


631.45 


Soil management 


631.58 


Cross Symbolism 


291.37 


Crossbreeding Livestock 


636.082 


Crossopter}^gii 




Paleozoology 


567.4 


Zoology 


597.4 


Crossword puzzles 


793.7 


Crowd psychology 


301.158 


Cruciferae 


583.12 


Crucifix 




Church esthetics 


247 


Crucifixtion of Christ 


232.96 


Cruise control Aircraft 


629.18 


Cruisers 


623.825 


Crusades 


940.18 


Crushers Grinding tools 


621.92 


Crushing 




Chemical engineering 


660.28 


Ore dressing 


622.7 


Crustacea 




Paleozoology 


565.3 


Zoology 


595.3 


Cryogenics 


536.56 


Cryometry 


541.373 


Cryptogams 


586 


Ctyptography 


652.8 


Crystal 




Gazing 


133.3 


Structure 




Physical chemistry 


541.22 


Table furnishings 


642.7 


Crystallization 


548.5 


Crystallography 


548 


Chemical 


548.3 


Mathematica 


548.7 


Optica 


548.9 


X-ray 


548.83 . 


Crystals 


548 


Electrical properties 


548.85 


Magnetic properties 


548.85 


Mechanical properties 


548.84 


Optical properties 


548.9 


Physical properties 


548.8 



S^ 

Crystals— ( Continued ) 
Piezoelectric 
Pyroelectrical properties 
Structure 
Systems 

TTiermal properties 
Thermoelectrical prop- 
erties 
Ctenophora 
Cuba 
Cubism 

Cucumbers Culture 
Cucurbitaceae 
Cultural 

Anthropology 
Centers City planning 
History 
Culture 

And social change 
Effects of mass com- 
munication 
Effects of technology 
Field crop 
Fruit 
Garden 
Self-education 
Cumacea 
Cundinamarca 
Cunza-Diaguita 
Language 
Literature 
Cup fungi 
Cuprammonium process 

rayon 
Curasao 

Curb exchanges 
Curico 
Curium 
Curling 

Currants Culture 
Current 

Events 

Measurement 

Tables 

Navigation aids 
Curriculum 

Education 



Index 

Curriculum — ( Contiu ued ) 
537.55 Education— (Continued) 

548.85 Elementary 

548.8 Higher 

548.1 Secondary 
548.85 Specific subjects 

Currier, Nathaniel 

548.85 Prints 

593.8 Curse Superstitions 

972.91 Curves 

759.06 Highway engineering 

635.6 Projective geometry 
583.57 Railroad engineering 

Cushitic language 

572.7 Customs 
711.55 Buildings 
900 Architecture 

Life cycle 

301.2 National 

Political 

301.243 Social 

301.243 Taxation 

633 Unions 

634 War 

635 Cut flowers 
374.1 Cutaneous functions 
595.38 Cuts Printing 
986,14 Cutting 

Clothing construction 
498 Metal manufacture 

898 Silviculture 

589.23 Tools 

Cuttlefish 
677.46 Cuzco 

972.98 Cyanamid Fertilizers 

332.61 Cyanides 

983.3 Industrial chemistry 

546.6 Cyanogen 

796.96 Cyanophyceae 

634.6 Cyanotype 

Cycad 
909.82 Cycadaceae 

621.57 Cycadales 

Cycadophytes 
623.894 Cyclanthales 

Cycles Business 
375 Cyclic change Theory 



372 
378 
373 
375.01-.9 

763 
398.3 

625.7 

516.5 

625.11 

493.5 

390 

725.1 

392 

390.9 

394 

394 

336.26 

337.9 

399 

635.96 

612.79 

655.32 

646.4 
671.5 

634.95 

621.93 

594.5 

985.3 

631.84 

661.2 

547.8 

589.8 

772 

585.9 

585.9 

585.9 

561.5 

584.62 

338.54 

301.24 



Index 



516 



Cyclical unemployment 


331.13 


Dakota 


978.3 


Cycling 


796.6 


Language 


497.5 


Cyclones 




Dali, Salvador Painting 


759.6 


Insurance 


368.1 


Dalton Plan Education 


371.394 


Meteorology 


551.55 


Dams Engineering 


627.8 


Cyclonite Manufacture 


662.27 


Damselflies 


595.73 


Cycloparaffins 


547.2 


Dance 




Cyclops 


595.34 


Music 


785.4 


Cyclostomata 


597.2 


Orchestra 


785.4 


Cyclotrons 


539.73 


Music composition 


781.63 


Cylinders 




Dances 




Automotive engineering 


629.25 


National 


793.31 


Cynicism 


183 


Schoo 


371.89 


Cyperaccac 


584.8 


Dancing 


793.3 


Cypress Forestry 


634.975 


Dandruff 


616.5 


Cyprus 


956.4 


Daniel 0. T. 


224.5 


Cytheaceae 


587.3 


Danish 




Cytology 


574.8 


Language 


439.81 


Animal 


591.8 


Literature 


839.81 


Human 


611.018 


Painting 


759.8 


Plant 


581.87 


Philosophy 


198 


Czech 




West Indies 


972.9 


Language 


491.86 


Danube Ri\'er 


943 


Literature 


891.86 


Darkrooms 


771 


Czechoslovakia 


943.7 


Darning 


646.2 


Czechoslovakian painting 


759.3 


Darwinian theory 








Evolution 


575.01 


DDT 




Data Experimenta 


519.8 


Agricultural use 


632.95 


Date Culture 


634.6 


Household use 


648.7 


Daumier, Honor6 




Daddy-long-legs 


595.4 


Painting 


759.4 


Dadoism 


759.06 


Prints 


763 


Daguerreotype 


772 


Day 




Dahomey 


966.8 


Nurseries 


362.71 


Daily devotions 


242.2 


Sidereal 


529 


Dairies 




Solar 


529 


Architecture 


728.9 


Dead 




Management 


637 


Communication with 


133.9 


Dairy 




Disposa 


614.6 


Cattle 


636.21-.28 


Ministry of 


265.8 


Industry 


637 


Reckoning 


623.892 


Economics 


338.17 


Worship 


291.2 


Products 


637.12 


Deaf 




Chemical analysis 


543.12 


Education 


371.912 


Public health control 


614.3 


Welfare 


362.42 


Dakar 


966.3 


Deafness 


617.8 



517 

Death 

Consolatory readings 

Customs 

Eschatology 

Penalty 

Criminal law 

Social control 

Rates 

Statistics 

Tax 
Debating 
Debit and credit 

Bookkeeping 

Debt 

International 

Public 
Debtors' prisons 
Decades 
Decalog 
Decapoda 
Paleozoolog)' 
Zoology 
Decca 

Electronic nayigation 
Decentralization 
City planning 
Deciduous trees 
Culture 
Forestry 
Declaration of war 
Decolorizing carbons 
Decoration 
Architectural 
Building construction 
Glass 
Historic 
Interior 
Stencil 
Decorations 
Heraldic 
Honorific 
Decoratiye 
Art 
Lettering 

Decoys 

Dedication ordinances 

Deduction Logic 



Index 



242.4 

392 

236 

343.2 

301.152 

312,2 

312.2 

336.276 

808.53 

657.2 

336.34 

336.3 

365.4 

529.2 

222.16 

565.3 
595.38 

623.893 

7IL01 

635.977 
634.972 
341.31 
662.93 

729 
698 
748.6 
745.44 

747 
745.7 

929.71 

737 

745-749 

745.6 
799.24 
265 
162 



Deer 
Defense 

Department 
Fortifications 
Industries 
National 
Defcnsiye operations 

Military engineering 
Deflagrating cxplosiyes 

Manufacture 
Deflation Money 
Deflections of the vertical 
Deformation tests 

Engineering materials 
Deformities 
Animal 
Human 
Plant 
Degas, Hilairc Painting 
Degeneration theory 
Degradation Geolog)^ 
Degrees Academic 
Dehumidification 

Chemical engineering 
Dehydration 

Food preser\'ation 
Deism 
Deists 

Apologetics against 
Delacroix, Ferdinand 

Painting 
Delaware 

Language 
Dclftware 
Delicate students 

Education 
Delinquency 

Juyenile 
Delinquents 
Discharged 
Juvenile 
Education 
Prisons 
Dementia praecox 
Democracy 

And Christianity 
Industrial 



599.73 

353.6 
623.1 
355.26 
355.4 

623.3 

662.26 
332.41 
526.6 

620.112 

591.2 

611.012 

581.2 

759.4 

301.24 

551.3 

378.2 

660.28 

664.84 
211 

239.5 

759.4 
975.1 
497.3 
738.3 

371.917 

364.2 

364.3 

364.8 

364.3 

371.93 

365.4 

616.89 

261.7 
331.15 



Index 



Si8 



Democracy — ( Con tin ued ) 




Representative 


321.82 


Democratic Party 


329.3 


Demography 


312 


Demolition bombs 


623.451 


Demonology 


133.4 


Demonstration schools 


370.73 


Dene language 


497.2 


Denmark 


948.9 


Denominational societies 


267 


Density 




Chemistry 


541.374 


Crystallography 


548.84 


Dental Corps 




Army 


556.92 


Navy 


359.99 


Dentalium 


594.2 


Dentistry 


617.6 


Veterinary 


636.0897 


Denver, Colo. 


978.883 


Department stores 


658.871 


Deposition Geology 


551.3 


Deposits Bank 


332.1 


Depreciation 




Accounting 


657.3 


Money 


332.41 


Depressions 




And unemployment 


331.13 


Business 


338.54 


Dermatitis 


616.5 


Dermatology 


616.5 


Derricks 


621.87 


Descartes, Rene 




Philosophy 


194 


Descent 




Genealogy 


929.1 


Into hell 


232.96 


Descriptive 




Anatomy 


591.4 


Astronomy 


523 


Geology 


551.1 


Geometry 


515 


Mineralogy 


549. 2-. 8 


Deserts 


551.45 


Design 


745.4 


Architectural 


729 


City planning 


711.4 



Design — (Continued) 




Engineering 


620.04 


Garden 


712.62 


Landscape 


712 


Metaphysical 


124 


Structural engineering 


624.177 


Desirade Is. 


972.971 


Desmidiales 


589.47 


Desmids 


589.47 


De Soto, Fernando 




Voyages 


973.16 


Destroyers 


623.825 


Details Architectural 


729.3 


Detectors Radio 


621.3843 


Detention homes 


365.3 


Detergents 


668.1 


Determinants 


512.8 


Determinative mineralogy 


549.14 


Detonators 




Manufacture 


662.28 


Ordnance 


623.454 


Deuteronomy O. T. 


222.1 


Development 




City planning 


711 


Photography 


770.2 


Devilfish 


594.5 


Devils 


235.4 


Devon cattle 


636.22 


Devotional theology 


240 


Devotions 




Daily 


242.2 


Family 


249 


Dew 


551.573 


Dewey, John Philosophy 


191 


Dextrans 




Organic chemistry 


547.92 


Dextrose 


664.1 


Diabetes 


616.46 


Diagnosis 




Medicine 


616.07 


Veterinary medicine 


636.0896 


Diagnostic teaching 


371.394 


Dialects 




English language 


427.1-.9 


Other languages 


—71-79 


Diamonds 




Economic geology 


553.8 



519 

Diamonds — (Continued) 

Industrial use 
Diaries 

Writing 
Diaspore Mineralogy 
Diastrophism Geology 
Diatomaceous earth 
Economic geology 
Diatoms 
Diazo processes 
Photography 
Dibranchia 
Dice games 
Dicotyledons 
Botany 
Paleobotany 
Dictating machines 
Dictation 
Music 
Shorthand 
Dictatorship 
Dictatype 
Dictionaries 

English language 
Other languages 
Polyglot 
Two-way 

See also specific sub- 
jects 
Dicyemida 
Die 
Casting 

Press machinery 
Diego Garcia 
Dielectric constants 
Dielectrics 
Diesel 
Engines 
Fuels 

Locomotives 
Motor vehicles 

Diet 

of Augsburg 
Personal hygiene 
Therapeutic use 

Dietetics 

Dietotherapy 



Index 



621.9 

920 

808.6 

549.5 

551.2 

553.6 
589.62 

773 

594.5 

795.1 

583 

561.3 

651.26 

780.77 
653.1 
321.6 
653.3 

423 
—3 
413 
423.2-.9 

—03 
593.2 

671.25 

621.98 

969.7 

541.8 

537.22 

621.436 
665.53 
625.26 
629.25 

270.6 

613.2 

615.85 

641.1 

615.85 



Differential 
Diagnosis 
Equations 
Geometry 
Psychology 
Differentials Automobile 
Differentiation 
Calculus 
Sociology 
Diffraction Sound 
Diffusion of gases 
Digestion 
Animal 
Human 
Plant 
Digestive system 
Animal 
Human 
Digests 

Cases U. S. 
Laws U. S. 
Digitalis Culture 
Dilectine 
Dill Culture 
Dilution 

Sewage treatment 
Dimetric projections 
Dining 

Room 
Dinners 
Diocese 
Diolefins 

Organic chemistry 
Diphtheria 
Diplomatic service 
Diplopoda 
Dipnoi 

Paleozoology 
Zoology 
Dipole moments 
Dielectrics 
Physical chemistry 
Dipping 

Metal manufacture 
Rubber manufacture 
Diptera 



615.07 

517.38 

516.7 

136-139 

629.24 

517.3 
301.23 

534.2 

533.13 

574.1 

591.13 

612.3 

581.13 

591.43 
616.3 

345.5 

345.3 

633.88 

668.422 

635.7 

628.3 

744.45 

642 

643.4 

642.4 

262 

547.2 

616.9 
341.7 
595.6 

567.4 
597.4 

537.22 
541.8 

671.73 

678.27 
595.77 



Index 



520 



Direct 




Acting pumps 
Advertising 


621.6 

659.133 


Current machinery 


621.313 


Legislation 


328 


Taxes 


336.21 


Directoirc furniture 


749.24 


Disabled 




Employment 
Welfare 


331.59 
362.4 


Disaccharides 




Organic chemistry 
Disaster relief 


547.92 
361.5 


Discharge Personnel 


658.313 


Disciples of Christ 


286.6 


Discipline 




Vlilitary 
Prison 


355.13 
365.6 


Schoo 


371.5 


Disco\eries 


910 


Discrimination Employ- 




ment 


331.1 


Discussions 




Adult education 


374.24 


Library 

Public speaking 

Teaching method 


021.4 

808.53 

371.37 


Diseases 




Medicine 


616 


Plant pathology 
Public health control 


581.2 
614.4 


Veterinary medicine 
See also speciEc diseases 


636.0896 


Disinfection 




Public health 


614.4 


Water purification 


628.16 


Disorderly conduct 


364.14 


Disorganization Socia 


301.46 


Dispatching 

Production contro 


658.51 


Dispensaries 
Dispensatories 
Displaced persons 
Display structures 


362.12 

615 

325.21 


City planning 
Displays Advertising 


711.6 
659.15 



Disputes 

Pacific settlement 


341.6 


Distillation 




Chemical eneineerine 


660.28 


Petroleum 


665.53 


Wooc 


668.7 


Distilled beverages 


663.5 


Distribution 




Business management 


658.8 


Population 
Distributor research 


320.1 
658.83 


District 




Court reports 
Heating 


345.41 
697.1 


Of Columbia 


975.3 


Distrito 




Central 


989.21 


Federal 




Brazil 


981.5 


Mexico 


972.5 


Venezuela 


987.7 


Divergent series Cal- 




culus 


517.2 


Diversification Produc- 




tion 


338 


Divination 


133.3 


Divine 




Purpose in nature 
Services 


210 
264 


Diving 




Recreation 


797.2 


Salvage 
Divinities 


387.55 
291.2 


Divinity of Jesus Christ 


232.8 


Divorce 


301,428 


Social problem 


301.46 


Statistics 


312.5 


Docks Construction 


627.3 


Doctors Licensing 


614.2 


Doctrina 




Sermons 


252 


Theology 
Christian 


230 


Non-Christian 


291.2 


Documentary films 
Adult education 


374.27 


Photography 


778.5 



521 

Documents 

Library treatment 
Dodder Agricultural pest 
Dogbane 
Dogmatic theology 

Dogs 

Breeds 

Hunting 

Husbandry 

Pictures and illustra- 
tions 

Racing 

Zoology 
Dog's-tooth violet 
Dolmens 

Dolomite Mining 
Dolphins 
Domes 

Architectural design 

Domestic 

Animals 

Architecture 

Economy 

Lighting systems 

Relations courts 

System of production 

Trade 
Routes 
Dominica 

Dominican Republic 
Dominicans 
Dominoes 

Doors 

Architectural design 

Building construction 
Dormitories 

Architecture 

Management 
Dothideales 
Douai Bible 
Double 

Bassoon 

Entry bookkeeping 

Stars 
Downy mildews 
Draft 

Appliances 



Index 

Draft — (Continued) 
025.173 Appliances — (Continued 

632.5 Steam engineering 

583.7 Horses 

230 Drafting 

Aircraft 
636.71 Military 

799.2 Technical 

636.7 Drag hunting 
Dragon and Bel 

636.77 Dragonflics 

798.8 Drainage 
599.744 Agricultural 
584.23 Mine 

571.9 Reclamation 
622.36 Drake, Sir Francis 

599.5 Voyages 
Drama 

729.3 Christology 

Collections 

636 Freedom 

728 History 

640 Literature 

621.32 American 

364.53 English 

338.6 Other 

381 School theatricals 

387.524 Dramatic 

972.98 Art 

972.93 Criticism 

271.2 Music 

795.3 Writing 
Dramatics 

729.3 Elementary education 

695 Dramatization 

Teaching aids 
727.3 Dravidian 

371.87 Language 

589.23 Literature 

220.5 Drawbridges 

Drawing 
788.8 Elementary education 

657.2 Engineering 

523.84 Freehand 

589.25 Mechanical 

Metal manufacture 

Precision 



621.183 
636.1 

629.142 

355.22 

744 

799.25 

229 

595.73 

631.6 
622.5 
627.5 

973.17 

232.99 
808.82 
323.44 
809.2 

812 

822 
—2 
371.895 

792 
792.01 
782 
808.2 

372.6 

371.33 

494.8 

894.8 

624.8 

740 

372.5 

620.04 

741 

744 

671.34 

744 



Index 



522 



523 



Index 



Drawings 




Archeology 


571.7 


Collections 


741.9 


Dray horses 


636.1 


Dreams 




Interpretations 


135 


Superstitions 


398.3 


Dredgers 


623.828 


Dredging 


627 


Mining 


622.3 


Dress 




Customs 


391 


Design 


687.1 


Fashions 


646.01 


Dressing 




Leather 


675.2 


Ore 


622.7 


Dressmaking 




Commercial 


687.1 


Home 


646.4 


Drift mining 


622.3 


Drill 




Educational 


371.3 


Military 


355.5 


Drilling 




Machinery 


621.95 


Mining 


622.23 


Drives 




Automobile 


629.24 


City planning 


711.7 


Psychology 


158 


Driving 


629.28 


Drought 




Agricultural pest 


632.1 


Meteorology 


551.572 


Drowning Rescue 


614.81 


Drug habit 


616.86 


Drugs 




Chemical analysis 


543.4 


Preparation 


615.4 


Public health control 


614.3 


Therapeutic use 


615.5 


Drum 




Boiler 


621.184 


Majoring 


788.07 


Musical instrument 


789.1 



Dry 




Cleaning 




Commercial 


667.12 


Home 


646.6 


Docks 


623.83 


Ice 


661.9 


Land farming 


631.58 


Method 




Qualitative analysis 


544 


MiTk 


637.14 


Point engravings 


767 


Drying 




Chemical engineering 


660.28 


Food preservation 


664.84 


Ducie Is. 


997.21 


Duckbills 


599.1 


Ducks Husbandry 


636.59 


Dude ranches 


796.5 


Dueling 




Ancient law 


340.3 


Customs 


394 


Dufaycolor 


778.6 


Duff Is. 


993.5 


Duncan Phyfe furniture 


749.21 


Dunkards 


289.92 


Duns Scotus, John 




Philosophy 


189 


Duplicating 


652.4 


Library use 


025.129 


Durango 


972.1 


Durazno 


989.52 


Diirer, Albrccht 




Painting 


759.3 


Prints 


761 


Durez 


668.422 


Durite 


668.422 


Dutch 




Cattle 


636.22 


Language 


439.31 


Literature 


839.31 


Painting 


759.9492 


Philosophy 


199.492 


Duties Stamp 


336.272 


Duxochrome 


778.6 


Dwellings 




Architecture 


728 



Dwellings — ( Con tinued ) 

Farm 6^1.2 

Prehistoric 571.8 

Dyeing 

Commercial 
Home 

Dyes 

Industrial chemistry 

Organic chemistry 
Dynamic 

Geology 

Theory 

Precise spirit leveling 

Dynamics 

Celestial 

Of point masses 
Dynamite Manufacture 
Dynamoelcctric machin- 
ery 
Dysprosium 

Inorganic chemistry 

Ear training 

Music education 

Ears 

Early 

American furniture 

Christian 
Architecture 
Painting 
Sculpture 

Earth 

Atmosphere 

Constants 

Description 

Diatomaceous 

Interior 

Movements 

Pressure 

Soil mechanics 
Properties Determina- 
tion 
Sciences 

Shape Determination 
Size Determination 
Structure 



667.2 
646.6 

667.2 
547.92 

551 

526.36 

521 

531.2 
662.27 

621.313 
546.6 



780.77 
617.8 

749.21 

723.1 

759.02 

734 

525 

551.5 

525.1 

910 

553.6 

551.15 

551.2 

624.151 

526.1 

550 

526.1 

526.1 

551.1 



Earth— (Continued) 
Surface features 
Worship 
Earthenware 
Ceramics 
Manufacture 
Earthquake 
Insurance 

Resistant construction 
Earthquakes 

Disaster relief 
Earthwork 

Landscape construc- 
tion 
Railroad engineering 
Road engineering 
Structural engineer- 
ing 
Earthworms 
Earthy materials 
Economic geology 
Mining 
East Africa 
British 
Italian 
Easter 

Celebration 
Music 
Eastern 

Architecture 
Hemisphere 
Orthodox Church 
Sculpture 
Eating Customs 
Ebenalcs 
Ebulliometry 
Ecclcsiastes O. T. 
Ecclesiastic 
Architecture 
Courts 
Embroidery 
Organization 
Theology 
Ecclesiasticus Apocrypha 
Eczema 
Echinodera 



551.4 
291.2 

738.3 
666.3 

368.1 
693.85 
551.22 
361.5 



713 
625.12 

625.7 

624.15 
595.16 

553.6 
622.36 

967.6 
963.5 

394.26 

783.2 

723.3 

912.1 

281.9 

734.5 

394 

583.68 

541-373 

223.8 

726 

262.9 

746,44 

262 

260 

229 

616.5 

595.18 



Index 



S24 



Echinodcrmata 
Paleozoology 

Zoology 
Echinoidea 
Eclipses 

Moon 

Sun 
Ecological 

Organization 

Processes 
Ecolog}' 

Animal 

Forest 

Human 

Plant 
Economic 

Biology 

Botany 

Classes 

Collectivistic systems 

Factors and crime 

Geography 

Geology 

History 

Order and Christianity 

Planning 

Policy 

Schools and systems 

Sociology 

Theory 

Zoology 
Economics 

Comparative systems 

Farm 

Financial 

Forest 

Industrial 

Land 

Methodology 

Mining 

Rent 
Economizers 

Steam engineering 
Ecuador 
Ecumenical 

Councils 

Church history 





Ecumenical — [Continued] 


( 


563.9 


Movement 


280.1 


593.9 


Edentata 


599.3 


593.9 


Edge Is. 
Editions 


998.1 


523.3 


First 


094 


523.78 


Limited 


094 




Miniature 


099 


301.35-.37 


Editorial writing 


070.43 


301.3 


Education 


370 


574.5 


Adult 


374 


591.5 


And 




634.94 


Church 




301.3 


Religion 


261.8 


581.5 


Sociology 
Non-Christian reli- 


377.8 


574.6 


gions 


377.9 


581.6 


State 


379 


323.3 


Character 


377.2 


335 


Compulsory 


371.52 


364.2 


Consumer 




911.3 


Clothing 


646.3 


553 


Food 


641.3 


330.9 


Household goods 


647.1 


261.85 


Elementary 


372 


309.2 


Higher 


378 


338.9 


Intercultural 


3 70 .-19 


330.15 


Library role 


021.2 


301.4 


Moral 


377 


330.1 


Museum functions 


069.1 


591.6 


Of 




330 


Blind 


371.911 


330.9 


Crippled 


371.916 


631.1 


Deaf 


371.912 


332 


Delicate students 


371.917 


634.92 


Exceptional students 


371.9 


338.1-.4 


Hard of hearing 


371.912 


333 


Mentally handicapped 371.921 


330.18 


National minorities 


371.98 


622.17 


Negroes 


371.974 


333.5 


Physically handi- 






capped 


371.91 


621.19 


Racial minorities 


371.97 


986.6 


Social classes 


371.96 




Socially exceptional 


371.93 




Socio-religious groups 


371.98 


270.2 


Speech defectives 


371.914 



S^ 

Education — ( Con tinned ) 

Veterans 

Women 
Preschool 
Prison 
Public 
Religious 
'Secondary 
Systems 
Vocational 
Educational 
Architecture 
Foundations 
Guidance 
Methods 
Program 

Elementary schools 

Psychology 
Radio programs 
Research 
Sermons 
Sociology 

Tests and measure- 
ments 
Educators 

Training 
Efficiency 
Industrial 
Office 
Effluent disposal 

Sewage treatment 
Effluvium control 
Egg-laying mammals 
Eggs Production 
Egypt 

Flight into 
History 
Ancient 
Modern 
Egyptian 
Architecture 
Painting 
Sculpture 

Eire 

Ektachrome 
Elasmobranchii 
Paleozoology 



Index 



355.11 

376 

372.2 

365.66 

379.1 

377 

373 

371.4 

371.426 

727 
378.3 
371.422 
371.3 

372.3-.8 

370.15 

374.26 

370.78 

252.5 

370.19 

371.26 

370.7 

658.01 
651.4 

628.3 
628.5 
599.1 
636.5 

232.92 

932 
926 

722 

759.01 

732 

941.5 

778.6 

567.3 



Elasmobranchii — (Continued) 



597.3 



531. 

677. 

531. 
620. 



Zoology 
Elastic 
Bodies 

Mechanics of solids 
Fiber textiles 
Instability 

Mechanics of solids 
Limit properties 
Iron and steel 
Elasticity 
Of 

Crystals 
Minerals 
Elastomers 
Elasto-plastics 
Elders Church 
Elcatic philosophy 
Elections 

In various countries 
Electoral college 
Electorate 
Electric 
Alarms 
Apparatus 
Appliances 
Batteries 
Bells 
Buzzers 

Communication engi- 
neering 
Conductivity tests 

Engineering materials 620 
Engineering 621 

Equipment Aircraft 629 
Furnace practice 
Heating . 
Lighting 
Locomotives 
Machinery 

Details 
Measurements 
Methods 

Mining prospecting 
Power engineering 
Traction 
Utilities Economics 



3 
173 



548. 

549. 

678. 

678. 

253 

182 

324. 

324. 

324. 

324 

621 
621 
643 
621 
621 
621 



84 
12 

,7 
73 



2 

4-.9 

24 



389 

328 

6 

,35 

389 

,389 



621.38 



669 
697 
621 
625 
621 
621 
621. 

622. 
621, 
625 
338 



112 

,3 

.143 

.142 

.7 

.32 

.26 

.313 

.316 

.37 

1 



31-.37 

1 

39 



Index 



S26 



Electric- — ( Con tin ued ) 




Elements 




Welding 


671.521 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.1-.9 


Electricity 


537 


Mineralogy 


549.2 


Atmospheric 


551.56 


Elephants 


599.61 


Chcmic 


621.35 


Eleuthera Is. 


972.96 


Generation 


621.31 


Eleutherozoa 


563.9 


Marine 


623.852 


Elevated railroads 




Theoretic 


537.1 


Engineering 


625.1 


'I'herapeutic use 


615.8 


Transportation 


385.1 


Transmission 


621.319 


Elevation 




Electrochemical methods 




Architectural design 


729.1 


Quantitative analysis 


545.3 • 


Effect on health 


616.98 


Electrochemistry 


541.37 


Elevators 




Industrial 


660.29 


Hydraulic 


621.2 


Theoretical 


541.371 


Mechanica 


621.87 


Electro-depositing 
Rubber manufacture 




Storage Architecture 


725.36 


678.27 


Elizabethan furniture 


749.22 


Electrolytic solutions 


541.372 


Elks Benevolent and 




Electromagnetic 




Protective Order 


366.5 


Fields 


537.12 


Ellice Is. 


996.81 


Waves 


537.12 


Elliptic 




Electromagnetism 
Electrometers 


537.12 


Functions Calculus 


518.4 




Integrals Calculus 
Elm 

Botany 

Forestry 
ElOro 


518.4 


Electricity 
Nuclear physics 
Electron 


621.37 
539.77 


583.96 

634.972 

986.63 


Optics 
Tubes 
Radio 


537.1 

621.342 

621.3843 


El Salvador 

Emancipation of slaves 
Embalmine 


972.84 

326 

614.6 


Electronic 




Embankments 




Circuit functions 


621.343 


Flood control engineer- 




Navigation 

Air 

Vlarine 
Organs 


629.125 

623.893 

786.9 


ing 
Structural engineering 
Embargoes 

International law 


627.4 
624.16 

341.65 


Electronics 




Tariff 


337.3 


Engineering 


' 621.34 


Embassies 




Physical 


537.5 


Architecture 


725.1 


Electrons 




International relations 


327 


Nuclear physics 


539.72 


Embellishment 




Electrophones 


789.9 


Music 


781.66 


Electrotherapeutics 


615.8 


Embezzlement 


364.16 


Electrotypes Printing 


655.3 


Embioptera 


595.73 


Elementary 




Emblems Superstitions 


398.3 


Education 


372 


Embroidery 




Schools 


372.242 


Artistic 


746.44 



S^7 



Index 



Embroidery— ( Continued ) 

Home 
Embrj^ology 
Animal 
Human 
Plant 
Veterinary medicine 

Emeralds 

Economic geology 
Emery Mining 
Emicon 
Emigration 
Emotion 

Empedocles Philosophy 
Empire furniture 
Empiricism 
Employees 
Applications 
Associations 
Domestic 
Management 
Remuneration 

Business management 
Economics 
Representation in man- 
agement 
Selection 
Training 
Welfare 
Employer-employee 
cooperation 
Employer's liability 
Employment 

Business management 
Economics 
Of veterans 
Public service 
Emulsifiers Manufac- 
ture 
Emulsion materials 

Photographic chemicals 
Enameling 
Metal 
Wood 
Enamels 
Ceramics 
Manufacture 



Enargite Mineralogy 

646.2 Encephalitis 

574.3 Enculturation 
591.33 Encyclopedias 
611.013 In various countries 
581.3 See also specific sub- 
636.0891 jects 

Encyclopedists 

553.8 Apologetics against 
622.36 Endocrine glands 

789.9 Animal 
325.2 Human 

1 57 Endocrinology 

182 Endosporales 

749.24 Endowments 

190 Higher education 

Insurance 
658.311 Library support 

331.88 School support 

647.2 Enemy property 

658.3 Law of war 
Energy 

658.32 Measurement 

331.2 Electricity 

States of solids 

658.315 Engineer Corps 

658.311 Engineering 

658.386 Agricultural 

658.382 Automotive 

Camouflage 
658.315 Canal 

331.825 Chemical 

Civil 

658.3 Dam 
331.1 Electrical 
355.11 Flood control 
351.5 Foundation 

Harbor 

668.1 Highway 

Hydraulic 

771.5 Illumination 

666.2 Industries Economics 

666.2 Inland waterway 

698.3 Marine 

Mechanical 

738.4 Military 
666.2 Mining 



549.3 

616.8 

301.23 

030 

031-039 

—03 

239.6 

591.44 
616.4 
616.4 
589.29 

378.3 
368.3 
021.9 
379.13 

341.32 



621.37 

539.2 
356.94 

631.6-.7 

629 

623.77 

627.13 

660.28 

620 

627.8 

621.3 

627.4 

624.15 

627.2 

625.7 

627 

621.32 

338.39 

627.1 

623.87 

621 

623 

622 



Index 



528 



Engineering — (Conthmecl) 



Victor vehicle 


629.2 


Nava 


623.8 


Port 


627.3 


Railroad 


625.1 


Reclamation 


627.5 


River 


627.12 


Sanitary 


628 


Steam power 


621.1 


Structural 


624 


Traffic 


625.79 


Transportation 


625 


Water-supply 


628.1 


Engines 




Aircraft 


629.1435 


Atomic energy 


621.48 


Automobile 


629.25 


Compressed air 


621.42 


Diesel 


621.436 


External combustion 


621.41 


Farm machinery 


631.37 


Gas 


621.42 


Hot air 


621.41 


Hydraulic 


621.2 


Internal combustion 


621.43 


Marine 


623.872 


Rarified air 


621.42 


Solar 


621.47 


Steam 


621.11 


England 


942 


English 




Basic 


428.25 


Canadian literature 


810 


Cattle 


636.22 


Furniture 


749.22 


Glassware 


748.2 


Horn 


788.7 


Language 


420 


For foreigners 


428.24 


Laws and statutes 


346 


Literature 


820 


Painting 


759.2 


Engraving 




Caning 


736.2-.3 


Fine arts 


760 


Glass decoration 


748.6 



Engravings 

Library treatment 
Enlisted men 

Military personnel 
Enlistment 

Military science 
Enrollment 

School administration 
Enteropneusta 
Entertaining 
Entertainments 

Church 
Entomology 

Paleo- 
Entomophorales 
Entotrophi 
Entrance requirements 

School 
Entre Rios 
Entrepreneurship 
Enuresis 
Environment 

Crime factor 

Ecology 

Psychology 
Enzymes 

Animal 

Human 

Plant 
Ephemerida 
Ephemerides 
Ephesians N. T. 
Epic painting 
Epictetus Philosophy 
Epicureanism 
Epicurism 
Epidemics 

Disaster relief 

History and control 
Epidemiology 
Epilepsy 

Epileptics Education 
Episcopacy 
Episcopal 

Charges 

Church 
Epistemological logic 



769 
025.177 

355.1 

355.22 

371.21 

596 

642.4 

793 

259 

595.7 

565.7 

589.28 

595,71 

371.21 
982.2 
338.7 
616.6 

364.2 
574.5 

136.2 

574.19 

591.19 

612.015 

581.19 

595.73 

528 

227.5 

753 

188 

187 

641.01 

361.5 

614.49 

614.49 

616.8 

371.917 

262.12 

252 
283 
164 



529 



Epistcmology 
Epistles 

Catholic 

Pseudepigrapha 

St. PauFs 
Equality 

Individual 

Social 
Equations 

Differential 

Integral 

Theory 
Equatorial Africa French 
Equestrian sports 
Equisetaceae 

Botany 

Paleobotany 
Equisetales 

Botany 

Paleobotany 
Equity Private law 
Eras 
Erbium 

Inorganic chemistry 
Ergot 
Ericaceae 
Ericales 
Erie Lake 
Eritrea 
Erosion 

Farm control 
Errors of speech 

English language 

Other languages 
Eruptions Volcanic 
Erysiphales 
Eschatology 
Esdras Apocrypha 
Eskimoan 
Language 
Literature 
Esmeraldas 
Esperanto 
Espirito Santo 
Essays 

Collections 
General collections 



Index 



121 


Essays — ( Coiitin ncd ) 






History 


809.4 


227.9 


Literature 




229.93 


American 


814 


227 


English 


824 




Other languages 


—4 


323.4 


Writing 


808.4 


177 


Essences Cosmetics 
Essential oils 


668.5 


517.38 


Cosmetics 


668.5 


517.37 


Organic chemistry 


547.92 


512.82 


Estates 




h 967.2 


Landscape design 


712.6 


798 


Esters 






Industrial chemistry 


661.8 


587.2 


Organic chemistry 


547.2 


561.7 


Estes Park 
Esther 


978.86 


587.2 


Apocrypha 


229 


561.7 


0. 1'. 


222.9 


347.8 


Esthetics 


101 


529.2 


Church 


247 




Cookery 


641.01 


546.6 


Of music 


780.1 


589.23 


Estonian 




583.6 


Language 


494.541 


583.6 


Literature 


894.545 


971.3 


Republic 


947.41 


963.5 


Etchings 


767 


551.3 


Glass 


748.6 


631.45 


Eternal punishment 


237 




Eternity 


237 


428.3 


Ethers 




83 


Industrial chemistry 


661.8 


551.21 


Organic chemistry 


547.2 


589.23 


Ethics 


170 


236 


Applied 


177 


229 


Christian 


241 




Individual 


179 


497.1 


Jewish 


296.38 


897.1 


Social 


177 


986.63 


Theoretical 


171 


408.92 


Ethiopia 


963 


981.5 


Ethiopian 






Language 


492.8 


808.84 


Literature 


892.8 


040 


Ethnic groups 


301.45 



Index 



530 



Ethnical unity 

Ethnography 

Ethnology 

Ethnopsychology 

Ethofil 

Ethyl 

Cellulose plastics 

Process rayon 
Ethylene 

Organic chemistry 

Etiology 
Etiquette 

Etruscan sculpture 
Etymology 

Comparative linguistics 

English language 

Other languages 
Eubacteriales 
Eucalyptus 
Eucharist 
Eucharistic vessels 
Euclidian geometry 
Eudiomctric methods 

Quantitative analysis 
Eufilicinac 
Eugenics 
Euglenaceae 
Euglenales 
Eulogies 
Eumycetes 
Euphausiacea 
Euphonium 
Europe 

Geography 

Geology 

History 940- 

Europium 

Inorganic chemistry 
Eur\'pterida 
Eutheria 
Evangelical 

And Reformed Church 

Church 

United Brethren 
Church 
Evangelism 
Evangehstic music 



320.1 


Evaporated milk 


637.14 


572.7 


Evaporation 




572.7 


Chemical engineering 


660.28 


136.4 


Meteorology 


551.572 


677.46 


Evasion of military serv- 






ice 


355.22 


668.44 


Evening 




677.46 


Primrose 


583.4 




Schools 


374.91 


547.2 


Even-toed ungulates 


599.73 


616.01 


Everglades 


975.9 


395 


Evidence Legal 


347.94 


733 


Evolution 


575 




Theories 


575.01 


412 


Evolutionary psychology 


136.3 


422 


Examinations 




2 


Civil Service 


351.3 


589.9 


School 


371.27 


583.4 


Excavating 




265.3 


Structural engineering 


624.15 


247 


Excelsior 


674.84 


513 


Exceptional children 






Education 


371.9 


545.7 


Psychology 


136.76 


561.7 


Excess profits tax 


336.243 


301.323 


Exchange 




589.97 


Bills of 


332.77 


589.97 


Foreign 


332.45 


920 


Library publications 


021.85 


589.2 


School students 


371.39 


595.38 


Exchanges 




788.47 


Architecture 


725.2 




Stock 


332.61 


914 


Excise tax 


336.271 


554 


Excretion 




-940.55 


Physiology 


574.1 




Animal 


591.14 


546.6 


Human 


612.4 


565.3 


Executive 




599.3 


Branch of Government 


350 




Other Countries 


354 


285.7 


State 


353.9 


289.92 


U. S. 


353 




Mansions Architecture 


725.1 


289.93 


Executives 




269 


Business training 


658.386 


783.7 


Exegesis Bible 


220.6 



?3i 

Exemption from military 

service 
Exercise 

Personal hygiene 

School hygiene 

Therapeutic use 
Exhibition buildings 

Architecture 
Exhibits 

Art 

Library 

Museums 
Exit interviews 
Ex Libris 
Exoascalcs 
Exodus O. T. 
Exosporales 
Expansion chambers 

Nuclear physics 
Expansions Infinite 

Calculus 
Expeditions Museum 
Expenditures Public 
Experimental 

Data 

Medicine 

Psychology 

Theater 
Explorations 
Explosions 

High temperature 

Mine dangers 

Explosives 

Manufacture 

Ordnance 

Shells 
Export 

Houses 

Tax 

Trade 
Exposition grounds 

Landscape design 
Exposure Photography 
Express Railway 
Expression 

Use in speaking 



Index 

Extended coverage insur- 

355.22 ancc 
Extension courses 

613.7 Exterior ballistics 

371.73 External combustion cn- 

615.82 gines 

Extraction 
725.9 Chemical engineering 

Mining 
708 Extracts 

021.4 Collections 

069.5 Flavoring 

658.313 Extracurricular activities 

097 Extradition Internation- 

589.23 al criminal law 

222.1 Extra-marital sex relations 
589.29 Extreme Unction 

Extruding 
539.77 Metal manufacture 

Rubber manufacture 

517.2 Extrusion Plastics 
069.4 Exuma Is. 
336.39 Eye training 

Music education 

519.8 Eves 

610.72 'Artificial 

150.72 Ezekiel O. T. 

792 Ezra O. T. 
910 

Facsimile 

536.57 Radio 

622.81 Telegraph 

Factorv 
ddl.l Architecture 

623.452 Libraries 

623.451 Management 

System 
658.86 Waste 

336.26 Industrial sanitation 

382.6 Faculty 

Schools 
712.5 Universities and 

770.2 colleges 

385.2 Fading Radio 

Fagales 
808.52 Faience 



368.1 

378.13 

623.54 

621.41 

660.28 
622 

082 

664.5 

371.8 

341.49 

301.424 

265.7 

671.34 
678.27 
668.41 
972.96 

780.77 

617.7 
224.4 

222.7 



621.384 
621.382 

725.4 
027.64 
658.5 
338.6 

628.5 

371.1 

378.12 
621.3841 
583.976 
738.3 



Index 



532 



Fair 




Buildings Architecture 


725.9 


Grounds Landscaping 


712.5 


Faith 


234.2 


Falangism 


321.85 


Falcon 


987.2 


Falconry 


799.25 


Falkland Is. 


997.11 


Fall of man 


233.1 


Fallowing 


631.58 


False 




Election returns 


324.27 


Scorpions 


595.4 


Family 




And social order 


301.423 


Courts 


364.53 


Devotions 


249 


Disorganization 


301.46 


Dissolution 


301.428 


Ethics 


177 


History 


929.2 


Holy 


232.93 


Law 


347.6 


Libraries 


027.1 


Sociology 


301.42 


Welfare 


362.8 


Famine 




Welfare work 


361.5 


Fanaticism Religion 


248 


Fanning Is. 


996.81 


Fans 




Costume 


391 


Engineering 


621.6 


Ventilating 


697.92 


Far East 


950 


Far Eastern painting 


759.95 


Farm 




Communities 


301.35 


Credit Administration 


332.31 


Houses 


631.2 


Architecture 


728.6 


Machinery 


631.3 


Management 


631 


Products 




Economics 


338.17 


Marketing 


631.18 


Farming 


630 



Farms 

Agricultural 631 

Penal 365.3 

Faroese 

Language 439.6 

Literature 839.6 

Fascia 616.7 

Fascism 

Economic system 335.6 

Government 321.85 

Italian history 945.091 

Fashion 

Customs 391 

Drawing 741.67 

Modeling 687 

Movements 301.153 

Shows 659.15 

Fashions 646.01 

Fast-day 

Cookery 641.56 

Sermons 252.6 

Fastenings 

Mechanical 621.88 

Structural 624.177 

Fatigue 

Industrial 331.82 
Strength of materials 620.112 

Studies 658.54 

Fats 

Edible 664.3 
Industrial chemistry 665.2-.4 

Organic chemistry 547.92 

Fatty acids 

Organic chemistry 547.92 
Faults Structural geology 551.8 

Fauna 591.9 

Fear 1 57 
Federal 

Commonwealth 

relations 321.021 
Furniture 749.21 
Government 321.02 
Other countries 354 
U.S. 353 
Home Loan Adminis- 
tration 332.32 



533 



Index 



Federal — ( Con tinned ) 
Housing Administra- 
tion 332.52 
National Mortgage As- 
sociation 332.32 
Reserve System 332.11 
State 321.021 
Federalist Party 329.1 
Feed 636.085 
Feedwater heaters 621.19 
Feldspar 

Economic geology 553.6 

Mineralogy 549.6 

Mining 622.36 

Fellowships Educational 378.3 

Felt Manufacture 677.6 

Female 

Genital system 618 

Sex functions 612.6 

Fences 

Landscape architecture 717 

Fencing 796.86 
Fermentation 

Chemical engineering 660.28 

Fenncntcd 

Beverages 663.1 

Milk 637.14 

Fernando de Noronha 981.3 

Ferns 

Botany 587 

Culture 635.93 

Landscape architecture 716 
Ferroprussiate process 

Photography 772 

Ferrotype 772 
Ferrous ores 553.3 

Fertilizer materials 

Mining 622.36 

Fertilizers 

Production and use 631.8 

Festivals 791.6 

Music 784.5 

Fetishism 291.2 

Feudalism 940.1 

Feuds 364.14 

Fiat money 332.5 



Fiber 

Crops 

Manufacture 

Products Economics 
Fiberglas 

Building material 

Manufacture 
Fichte, Johann 

Philosophy 
Fiction 

Collections 

History 

Of Christ 

Writing 
Ficus elastica 
Field 

Artillery 

Military Science 
Ordnance 

Cores 

Crops 
Fife 

Fighter Command 
Figure 

Painting 

Skating 
Figured bass 

Realization at sight 
Fiji Is. 
Files and filing 

Library 

Office 

Tools 
Filicales 

Botany 

Paleobotany 
Filhng stations 

Architecture 

Management 
Film 

Forums 

Music 
Filmcolor 

Films Library treatment 
Filters Camera 
Filtration 

Chemical engineering 



633.5 

677 
338.17 

691.9 
677.5 

193 

808.83 

809.3 

232.99 

808.3 

678.6 



356.4 

623.41 

621.316 

633 

788.5 

358.43 

757 

796.91 

781.3 

781.66 

996.11 

025.37 

651.5 

621.92 

587.3 
561.7 

725.3 
388.3 

374.27 

782,8 

778.6 

025.177 

771.3 

660.28 



Index 



S34 



1m1 tration — ( Con fin iied ) 

Sewage treatment 

Water purification 
Finanee 

Chureh 

Companies 

Government depart- 
ment 

Insurance 

Librar}' 

Military department 

Museums 

Private 

Public 

Universities and 
colleges 
Financial 

Buildings Architecture 

Economics 

Exchanges 

Management Business 
Finch Aviculture 
Finders Camera 
Fine arts 
r'ingerprints 

Crime detection 
Finishing 

Leather 

Metal 

Photographic 
Finite differences 

Calculus 
Finland 
Finlay color 
Finnic language 
Finnish 

Language 

Literature 
Finno-Ugric 

Languages 

Literature 
Fir 

Botany 

Forestry 
lire 

Alarms 

Blight 



1 


Fire — ( Contin iied ' 




628.3 


Boats 


623.828 


628.16 


Clay refractories 


666.72 




Department 


352.3 


254.8 


Detection 




332.35 


Marine systems 


623.854 




Drills Schoo 


371.71 


352.1 


Insurance 


368.1 


368.015 


Prevention 


614.84 


025.11 


Protection 


614.84 


355.6 


Civilian 


355.232 


069.6 


Vlarine systems 


623.854 


332 


Pumps 


621.6 


336 


Stations Architecture 


725.1 




Welfare work 


361.5 


378.1 


Firearms 






Ordnance 


623.4 • 


re 725.2 


Ornamentation 


739.7 


332 


Fireflies 


595.76 


332.61 


Fireplaces 




ss 658.15 


Heating system 


697.1 


636.6 


Landscape architecture 


717 


771.3 


Fireproof construction 


693.82 


700 


Fireworks 




573.6 


Customs 


394 


364.12 


Manufacture 


662.1 




Fire-worship 


291.2 


675.2 


Firing Gunnery 


623.5 


671.7 


First 




770.2 


Aid 


614.88 




School instruction 


571.76 


517.6 


Day covers 


383.22 


948.95 


Editions 


094 


778.6 


Lessons 




494.5 


English language 


428.2 




Other languages 


82 


494.541 


Fish 




894.541 


Culture 


639.3 




Fertilizers 


631.84 


494.5 


Preservation 


664.9 


894.5 


Fisheries 
Fishes 


639.2 


585.2 


Paleozoology 


567 


634.975 


Zoology 


597 




Fishing 


799.1 


621.389 


Economy Archeology 


571.1 


632.3 


Industries 


639.2 



S3S 



Index 



Fishing— ( Con tin ucd ) 

Industries — {Continued) 
Economics 

Tackle 
Fish-lice 
Fission plants 
Fissipedia 
Fittings 

Building construction 
Five-suit bridge 
Fixing Photographic 
Flagellated protozoa 
Flageolet 
Flags 
Flame 

Coloration 

Qualitative analysis 

Cutting 

Throwers 
Flanging machinery 
Flannel 
Flat prints 
Flatworms 
Flavor aids 
Flavoring extracts 
Flax 

Botany 

Culture 

Fiber textiles 
Fleas 

Agricultural pests 

Zoology 
Fleet 

Action Naval warfare 

Reserve 
Flemish 

Language 

Literature 

Painting 
Flesh-eating mammals 
Flies 

Agricultural pests 

Fishing 

Zoology 
Flight 

Aerodynamics 

Instruments 



538.3 

799.1 

595.34 

589.7 

599.744 

696 
795.41 

770.2 
593.16 
788.5 
929.9 



544 

671.53 

623.445 

621.98 

677.6 

763 

595.12 

664.5 

664.5 

583.21 
633.5 

677-1 

632.7 
595.775 

359.91 
359.37 

439.32 
839.32 
759.9493 
599.74 

632.7 
799.1 
595.77 

629.123 
629.15 



Might — (Continued) 

Into Egypt 232.92 

Training 629.126 

Records 629.109 

Flint Mining 622.36 

Flood 

Control engineering 627.4 

Lighting systems 621.32 

Welfare work 361.5 

Floods 

Agricultural pests 632.1 

Meteorology 551.573 

Floors 

Building details 695 

Carpentry 694.2 

Flora 581.9 

Flores 989.52 

Floriculture 635.9 

Florida 

Island 993.5 

U. S. 975.9 

Uruguay 989.52 

Florist business 635.9 

Flotation methods 

Ore dressing 622.7 

Flour 

Milling 664.72 

Products 664.75 

Flow Hydrodynamics 532.5 

Flower 

Arrangement 635.90 

Cardening 635.9 

Painting 758 

Shows 635.9 

Flowers 

Botany 582.13 

Culture 635.93 
Landscape gardening 716 

Paleobotany 561.121 

Flues 697.8 

Fluid flow 

Chemical engineering 660.28 

Fluids Mechanics 532 

Flukes 595.12 

Fluorescence 535.65 

Fluorescent lighting 621.32 



Index 



536 



Fluorides 

Industrial chemistry 

Mineralogy 
Fluorine 

Industrial ehemistry 

Inorganic ehemistry 

Organic compounds 
Fluorite Mineralogy 
Fluorspar Mining 
Flute 

Flux Theory 
Fly fungi 
Flying 

Boats 
Fodder 

Fog Meteorology 
Folding cameras 
Folds Structural geology 
Folk 

Arts 

Dancing 

Psychology 

Schools 

Songs 
Folklore 
Folk-tales 
Follow-up 

Personnel management 
Fonts 
Food 

Buying 

Chemical analysis 

Consumer education 

Home preparation 

Industries Economics 

Manufacture 

Personal hygiene 

Preservation 
Commercial 
Home 

Public health control 

Selection 

Specific foodstuffs 
Foot and mouth disease 
Football 

School 
Footwear Manufacture 





Forage crops 


633 


661.2 


Foraminifera 




549.4 


Paleozoology 


563.1 




Zoology 


593.12 


661.9 


Forecasting 




546.12 


Business 


338.54 


547.8 


Weather 


551.591 


549.4 


Foreign 




622.36 


Exchange 


332.45 


788.5 


Language journalism 


070.48 


301.24 


Law 


349 


589.28 


Missions 


266 


629.126 


Policy 


327 


629.133 


Trade 


382 


636.085 


Zones 


387.13 


551.572 


Foreigners 




771.3 


Readers for English lan- 




551.8 


guage 
Textbooks for English 


428.64 


745.3 


language 


428.24 


793.31 


Foremen 




136.4 


Business training 


658.386 


374.91 


Forensic 




784.4 


Ballistics 


364.12 


398 


Vledicine 


340.6 


398.21 


Forest 






Ecology 


634.94 


658.312 


Economics 


634.92 


247 ■ 


Fire protection 


634.96 


641 


Industries Statistics 


634.927 


641.3 


Management 


634.928 


543.1 


Patrol Aircraft use 


629.18 


641.3 


Policy 


634.925 


641.5 


Protection 


634.96 


338.47 


Resources 




664 


Statistics 


634.927 


613.2 


Utilization 


333.75 




Utilization 


634.98 


664.8 


Forestation 


634.956 


641.4 


Forestry 


634.9 


614.3 


Taxonomic 


634.97 


641.3 


Forge 




641.6 


Shop management 


621.7 


636.0896 


Work 


682 


796.33 


Forgery 


364.16 


371.74-.75 


Currency 


332.9 


685.3 


Forgetting 


154.5 



$n 



Index 



Forging 

Formicidae 

Formosa 

Forms Theory 

Formularies 

Fortification 

Military engineering 
Fortisan 
Forts 

Architecture 

Military engineering 

Fortune telling 

Forums 

Adult education 
Discussions 

Fossils 

Animal 

Plant 
Foster care 
Foundations 

Engineering 

General societies 

Higher education 

Foundries 

Equipment 

Management 

Practice 
Fountains 
Fourier 

Integrals Calculus 

Series Calculus 

Transformations 
Calculus 
Fowls Husbandry 
Fox 

Husbandry 

Trot 
Foxglove 
Fra Angelico Painting 

Fractions 

Elementary education 

Fracture of crystals 
Fragmentation bombs 

Frames 
Automotive 
Structural 



671. 3> 

S9S.796 

982.3 

512.8 

615 



623.1 
677.46 

725.1 
623.1 

133.3 

374.24 
808.53 

562-569 

561 

362.73 

624.15 

060 

378.3 

671.22 

621.7 

671.2 

714 

517.7 
517.2 

517.7 
636.5 

636.9 
793.33 
583.8 
759.5 

372.7 

548.84 

623.451 

629.24 
624.177 



Framing 

Concrete masonry 
Wood construction 
France 

Franciscan Brotherhood 
Francium 

Inorganic chemistry 
Franks European tribe 
Eraser River Valley 
Fraternal life insurance 
Fraternities 
Fraternity houses 

Architecture 
Fraud 
Detection 

Public accounting 
Free 
Baptists 
Enterprise 
Ports and harbors 
Trade 

Will and predestina 
tion 
Freedom 
Academic 
From want 
Metaphysics 
Of 
Art 

Conscience 
Drama 
Press 
Religion 
Seas 
Speech 
Will 
Freehand drawing 
Freewill Baptists 
French 

And Indian wars 

Canadian literature 

Equatorial Africa 

Furniture 

Glassware 

Guinea 

Guiana 

Horn 



693.5 
694.2 
944 
271.3 

546.3 

936 

971.1 

368.36 

371.85 

728.4 
364.16 

657.6 

286 
330.1 
387.13 
337 

234 

323.44 

323.4 

123 

323.44 

323.44 

323.44 

323.44 

323.44 

341.57 

323.44 

159 

741 

286 

973.2 

840 

967.2 

749.24 

748.2 

966.52 

988.2 

788.4 



Index 



53^ 



French — (Confiiuied) 




Indo China 


959 


Language 


440 


Literature 


840 


Painting 


759.4 


Philosophy 


194 


Somaliland 


96771 


Sudan 


966.2 


West Africa 


966.1 


West Indies 


972.9 


Frequency 




.Vleasurement 




Sound waves 


534.4 


Meters 




Electrical engineering 


621.37 


Fresco painting 


751 


Fresh-water fisheries 


639.21 


Freud school 




Psychoanalysis 


131.34 


Friends 




Of the library 


020.6 


Society 


289.6 


Frisian 




Cattle 


636.23 


Language 


439 


Literature 


839 


Frobisher, Sir Martin 




Voyages 


973.17 


Frogs 




Culture 


639.37 


Paleozoology 


567.8 


Zoology 


597.8 


Frog's-bit 


584.7 


Frontal index 




Anthropometry 


573.6 


Frontiers Political 


320.1 


Frost Meteorology 


551.573 


Frozen foods 


664.85 


Fruit 




Culture 


634 


Juices 


663.63 


Fucus 


589.45 


Fuel 




Oil Manufacture 


665.53 


Systems Automotive 


629.253 


Technology 


662.6 



Fuels 




Coal 


662.625 


Heating 


697.6 


Marine 


625.874 


Petroleum 


665.55 


Steam generation 


621.182 


Fugue Music 


781.4 


Fulminate Ordnance 


623.452 


Functiona 




Analysis Calculus 


517.1 


Architecture 


724.9 


Business organization 


658.16 


Centers City planning 


711.55 


Representation 


324.22 


Wholesalers 


658.86 


Fundamenta 




Particle accelerators 


539.73 


Radiations 


539.72 


Funeral rites 




Customs 


392 


Judaism 


296.4 


Religious ordinances 


265.8 


Sermons 


252.9 


Fungi 


589.2 


Agricultural pests 


632.4 


Algae-likc 


589.25 


Beetle 


589.23 


Club 


589.22 


Cup 


589.23 


Fly 


589.28 


Imperfecti 


589.24 


Little cup 


589.23 


Sac 


589.23 


Slit 


589.23 


Yeast 


589.23 


Fungicides 




Agricultural use 


632.95 


Fur 




Craftsmanship 


687.1 


Dressing 


675.3 


Farming 


636.9 


Industries 


675 


Economics 


338.37 


Furnaces 




Metallurgical 


669.8 


Steam engineering 


621.183 


Warm air 


697.3 



539 



Index 



Furniture 

Artistic 

Ecclesiastic 

Office 

Period 

Library 

Making 
Fuselages 
Fuses 

Manufacture 

Ordnance 
Future life 

Doctrinal theology 

Natural theology 
Futurism 

GR-I 

GR-M 

GR-S 

Gables 

Architectural design 
Gadolinium 

Inorganic chemistry 
Gaelic 

Language 

Scotch language 
Gafat language 
Gages 

Gaging Beverages 
Galactic system 
Galapagos Is. 
Galatians N. T. 
Galena Mineralogy 
Galician 

Language 

Literature 
Galla language 
Galleries Art 
Galleys 
Gallium 

Inorganic chemistry 

Metallurgy 
Galls Agricultural pests 
Galorn 

Galvanometers 
Gambia 
Gambier Is. 



Game shooting 
749 Games 

247 Aquatic 

651.2 Athletic 

749.2 Ball 
022.9 Card 
684.1 Children's 
629.143 Ice 

Literary 
662.28 Mathematical 

623.454 Olympic 

Party 
237 School 

218 Gamctogcncsis 

759.5 Gamma 

Function Calculus 
678,72 Rays Nuclear physics 

678.72 Gangs 

678.72 Ganoidei 

Garages 

729.3 Private 

Public 

546.6 Administration 

Architecture 

491.6 Garbage collection 

491.6 Garden 

492.8 Cities Planning 
621.99 Crops 

663 Furniture Landscape 

523.1 architecture 

986.65 Gardeners 

227.4 Gardening 
549.3 Gardens 

Botanic 

469.9 Landscape design 
869.9 Zoologic 

493.5 See also specific types 
708 Garlic 

623.821 Botany 

Culture 

546.66 Garments 

669.7 Home making 

632.2 Manufacture 
668.43 Garnet 

621.37 Economic geology 

966.51 Mineralogy 

996.22 Mining 



799.2 

797.2 
796 
796.3 
795 
796 
796.96 
793.7 
793.7 
796.48 
793 

371.74-.75 
591.17 

518,1 

539,72 
364.14 
597.4 



Architecture 728.9 



388.3 
725.3 
628.4 

711.58 
635 

717 
647.2 

635 

580.7 

712.62 

590.7 



584.23 
635.2 

646.4 

687.1 

553.8 
549.6 
622.36 



Index 



540 



Garpikes 


597.4 


Gaspe Peninsula 


971.4 


Gary Plan Education 


371.394 


Gasteromycetes 


589.22 


Gas 




Gastritis 


616.3 


Analysis 




Gastroenterology 


616.3 


Qualitative 


544 


Gastropoda 




Quantitative 


545.7 


Paleozoology 


564.3 


Bombs 


623.451 


Zoology 


594.3 


Cylinders 


661.9 


Gastrotricha 


595.18 


Engines 


621.42 


Gate houses Architecture 


728.9 



Fuels 


662.67 


Gates 




Heating 


697.6 


Landscape architecture 


717 


Industry Economics 


338.27 


Gauguin, Eugene 




Manufacture 


665.77 


Painting 


759.4 


Natural 




Prints 


761 


Extraction 


622.338 


Gaulish language 


491.6 


Tcchnoloey 


665.7 


Gazetteers 


910.3 


Oil Manufacture 


665.53 


Gear Naval 


623.86 


Projectile mortars 




Gears 




1 

Ordnance 


623.445 


Automotive engineer- 




Properties 
Shells 


665.72 
623.451 


ing 
Vlarine engineering 


629.24 
623.873 


Storage 

Technology 

Testing 


665.74 

665.7 

665.72 

^ ^ ^ wm A 


Mechanical engineering 
Geese Husbandry 
Geiger-Miieller Counters 
Gelatin Manufacture 


621.83 
636.59 

539.77 
668.3 


Transportation 


66574 


Gemara 


296.1 


Treatment 


665.73 


Gems 




Turbines Aircraft 


629.14353 


Economic geology 


553.8 


Utilities Economics 


338.39 


Engraving 


736.2 


Utilization 


665.75 


Vlining 


622.38 


Welding 


671.522 


VIounting 


739.27 


Gases 




Genealogy 


929.1 


Compressed industria 


661.9 


Sources 


929.3 


Equilibrium properties 


533.12 


Genera 




Kinetic theory 


533 


Semantics 


190 


Liquefied industria 


661.9 


Works 


000 


VIechanics 


533 


Generators 




Mine 


622.4 


Automotive 


629.254 


Properties 


533.1 


Electrical 


621.313 


Thermodynamic prop- 




Radio 


621.3843 


erties 


536.44 


Genes 


575.12 


Transport properties 


533.13 


Genesis O. T. 


222.1 


Gashouse coke 


662.65 


Genetic 




Gasoline 




Psychology 


136 


Engines Automotive 


629.25 


Theory 


301.24 


■J 

A'lanufacture 


665.53 


Genetics 


575.1 


Tractors 


631.37 


Animal 


591.15 



S4^ 

Genetics — ( Con tin ued ) 
Human 
Plant 
Genital system 

Female 

Male 
Genius 
Genocide 
Genotypes 
Genre painting 
Gentianaceae 
Gentianales 
Gentians 
Gentile, Giovanni 

Philosophy 
Geochemical methods 

Mining prospecting 
Geochemistry 
Geodesy 

Physical 
Geodetic 

Astronomy 

Azimuth 

Data 

Latitude 

Longitude 

Operations 

Refraction 

Surveying 
Geographic 

Names 

Statistics 
Geography 

Biblical 

Commercial 

Economic 

Elementary education 

Historical 

Human 

Political 

Regional 
Geoid determination 
Geological methods 

Mining prospecting 
Geology 
Applied 
Descriptive 



Index 





Geology — ( Con tinued ) 


613.9 


Dynamic 


581.15 


Economic 




Historical 


618 


Physical 


616.6 


Regional 554 


151.1 


Structural 


341.4 


Geometrical optics 


575.12 


Geometry 


754 


Advancec 


583.7 


Analytic 


583.7 


Descriptive 


583.7 


Differential 




Euclidian 


195 


N-dimensional 


• 


Non-Euclidian 


622.1 


Philosophy 


551 


Plane 


526 


Problems 


526.7 


Projective 




Solid 


526.6 


Geomorphology 


526.6 


Geon 


526.2 


Geo-navigation 


526.6 


Geophysical methods 


526.6 


Mining prospecting 


526.2 


Geophysics 


526.38 


Geo-politics 


526.3 


Georgia 




Georgian 


910.3 


Bay 


314-319 


Furniture 


910 


Language 


220.91 


Republic 


911.3 


Geothermal methods 


911.3 


'Vlining prospecting 


n 372.83 


Geraniales 


911.2 


Geraniums Culture 


911 


Geriatrics 


911.2 


German 


913-919 


Cattle 


526.1 


Furniture 




Glassware 


622.1 


Language 




Literature 


553 


Painting 


551.1 


Philosophy 



551 

553 

551.7 

551 

■559 

551.8 

535.3 

513 

513.5 

516 

515 

516.7 

513 

513 

513.8 

513.01 

513.1 

516.9 

516.5 

513.3 

551.4 

678.73 

623.892 

622.1 
551 
320.1 
975.8 

971.3 
749.22 
494.8 
947.9 

622.1 
583.21 
635.93 
618.97 

636.23 

749.23 

748.2 

430 

830 

759.3 

193 



Index 



S4^ 



Germanic 




Glands — {Continued) 




Languages 


439 


Human 


616.4 


Literatures 


839 


Glandular processes 




Germanium 




Animal 


591.14 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.5 


Human 


612.4 


Metallurgy' 


669.7 


Glass 




Germany 


943 


Building materia 


691.6 


Germination 




Decoration 


748.6 


Plant embryology 


58L3 


Engineering materia 


620.14 


Gerontology 


618.97 


Fiber textiles 


677.5 


Gerrymandering 


328.33 


Industries Economics 


338.27 


Gestalt psychology 


150.19 


.Vlanufacture 


666.1 


Gestures Use in speaking 


808.52 


Sand Mining 


622.36 


Gculincx, Arnold 




Glasses Fitting 


617.7 


Philosophy 


199.492 


Glassware 


748 


Gcz language 


492.8 


Glaucoma 


617.7 


Ghosts 


133.1 


Glazing Fur dressing 


675.3 


Gibraltar 


946.8 


Gliders 


629.1333 


Gift tax 


336.276 


Gliding 




Gifted children 




Aerodynamics 


629.123 


Education 


371.95 


Sport 


797.5 


Psychology 


136.76 


Globes 


912 


Gigantostraca 


595.39 


Glockenspiel 


789.6 


Ginkgo 


585.7 


Gloria in excelsis 


783.2 


Ginkgoaceae 


585.7 


Glossingia 


561.7 


Ginkgoales 




Glossopteris 


561.5 


Botany 


585.7 


Glo\'e making 


685 


Paleobotany 


561.5 


Glucose Manufacture 


664.1 


Ginseng Culture 


633.88 


Glucosides 




Giotto de Bondone 




Organic chemistry 


547.92 


Painting 


759.5 


Glue Manufacture 


668.3 


Gilbert Is. 


996.81 


Glycerine Manufacture 


668.2 


Gill, Erick Prints 


761 


Glycerol 




Gilyak language 


494.6 


Organic chemistry 


547.92 


Gin 


663.5 


Glycogen 




Giraffes 


599.73 


Organic chemistry 


547.92 


Girder Bridges 


624.2 


Gnats 


595.77 


Girders 




Gnetaceae 


585.1 


Structural engineering 


624.177 


Gnetales 


585.1 


Girl Scouts 


369.4 


Gnosticism 


189 


Girls' schools 


376 


Goajira 


986.11 


Gizo Is. 


993.5 


Goats 


599.73 


Glaciation 


551.31 


Husbandry 


636.39 


Glacier National Park 


971.1 


Milk 


637.17 


Glaciers 


551.31 


Gobang 


794.2 


Glands 




God 


231 


Animal 


591.44 


Gods 


291.2 



543 



Index 



Goias 981.7 

Goiter 616.4 
Gold 

Coast 966.7 

Economic geology 553.4 

Inorganic chemistry 546.56 

Metallurgy 669.22 

Mineralogy 549.2 

Mining 622.342 

Sculpture 739.2 

Standard 332.42 

Golden algae 589.48 

Goldfish Culture 639.37 

Goldsmiths 739.2 

Golf 796.35 

Gond language 494.8 

Gonorrhea 616.95 
Good 
Offices 

International law 341.6 

And evil 210 

Will Accounting 657.3 

Goose Bay 971-9 

Goosefoot 583.91 

Gourmets 641.01 

Gordius 595.13 

Gospels 226 
Gothic 

Architecture 723.5 

Furniture 749.24 

Kingdom 945 

Language 439 

Literature 839 

Painting 759.02 

Sculpture 734.2 

Gouache 751 

Gourd 583.57 

Gout 616.46 
Government 

Administration 350 

U. S. 353 

Other countries 354 

Agency libraries 027.65 

Aid to libraries 021.8 
And private enterprise 322 

Bonds 336.3 

Branches Powers 321.01 



Government — (Continued) 

Buildings Architecture 725.1 

Colonial 325.31 

Corporations 338.74 

Federal 321.02 

Forms 321 

Functions 322 

Loans 336.3 

Local 352 

National 321.02 

Non-representative 321,01 

Political science 320 

Publications 015 

Regulation of prices 338.526 

Representative 32 1 .01 

School 371.5 

Securities 336.3 

Social agencies 361.6 
Supervision of libraries 021.81 

Unitary 321.02 

Goya, Francisco 

Etchings 767 

Painting 759.6 

Grace Theology 234.1 

Graces 

Mythology 292 

Table 249 

Gradation 551.3 

Atm osphere 551.37 

Ice 551.31 

Water 551.35 

Grades 

Highway 625.7 

Railroad 625.11 

Gradual music 783.2 

Graduate study 378.15 

Graham Land 999 
Grain 

Crops 633.1 
Industries Economics 338.17 

Graminales 584.8 

Gramineae 584.8 
Grammar 

Comparative linguistics 415 
Elementary education 372.6 

Enghsh language 425 



Index 



S44 



Grammar — (Continued) 




Other languages 


5 


Schools 


372.24; 


Granc 




Bahama Is. 


972.96 


Canyon National Park 


979.1 


Operas 


782.1 


Granite 




Economic geology 


553.5 


Quarrying 


622.35 


Graphic 




Arts industries 


655 


VIethods Calculus 


517.6 


Statics 




Vlechanics of solids 


531.2 


Graphite 




Industrial chemistry 


662.92 


Alining 


622.33 


Refractories 


666.72 


Graphology 


137.7 


Graptolites 


563.5 


Grapefruit Culture 


634.3 


Grapes 




Botany 


583.27 


Culture 


634.8 


Grasses 




Botany 


584.8 


Culture 


635.93 


Pasture 


633.2 


Grasshoppers 




Agricultural pests 


632.7 


Zoology 


595.72 


Gra\el 




Economic geology 


553.6 


Vlining 


622,36 


Gravimetric methods 




Vlining prospecting 


622.1 


Quantitative analysis 


545 


Gravitation 


526.7 


Gravity 




Acceleration 




Vlechanics of solids 


531.2 


Methods Ore dressing 


622.7 


Physical geodesy 


526.7 


Physics 


530.1 


Gravure 


655.3 



Grazing 

Forest utilization 

Land economics 
Greasing Motor vehicles 
Great 

Bear Lake 

Books Program 

Britain 

Inagua Is. 

Lakes 

Liverworts 

Plains 

Slave Lake 

Smokv Mts. 
National Park 
Greco, El Painting 
Greece 

History 
Ancient 
Modern 
Greek 

Architecture 

Church under Moslems 

Language 

Literature 

Mythology 

Orthodox Church 

Painting 

Religion 

Sculpture 
Green 

Algae 

Manures 
Greenback Party 
Greenhouses 
Greenland 
Greens Culture 
Greeting card art 
Gregorian chants 
Grenada 
Grenades 
Grenadines 
Gridiron system 

City planning 
Grievances 

Personnel management 



634.99 
333.74 
629.287 

971.22 

374.22 

942 

972.96 

977 

588.3 

978 

971.22 

976.88 

976.88 

759.6 



938 
949.5 

722.6 

270.5 

480 

880 

292 

281.9 

759.01 

292 

733 

589.47 

631.87 

329.8 

635.9 

998.2 

635.4 

741.67 

783.5 

972.98 

623.451 

972.98 

711.41 

658.315 



545 

Grinding 

Chemical engineering 660.28 

Flour milling 664.72 

Metal manufacture 671.35 

Tools 621.92 

Woodworking 674 A3 

Gross receipts tax 336.271 
Grosz, George 

Painting 759.3 
Grottoes Physiography 5 5 1 .44 
Ground 
Forces 

Military science 356 

Pines 587.9 
Services 

Military science 356.9 
Group 

Annuities 368.37 
Hospitalization 368.38 
Life insurance 368.36 
Medical expense in- 
surance 368.38 
Psychology 301.158 
Songs 784.66 
Theater 792 
Theory 512.86 
Growing Crops 631.5 
Griincwald, Matthias 

Painting 759.8 

Guadalcanal Is. 993.5 

Guadeloupe Is. 972.971 

Guaira 989.21 

Guam 996.7 

Guanajuato 972.4 

Guano 631.86 
Guapor6 

Federal Territory 981.7 

Guaranteed wage 331.22 
Guardi, Francesco 

Painting 759.5 

Guarico 987.4 

Guatemala 972.81 

Guava Culture 634.4 

Guayas 986.63 

Guayule 678.6 

Guernsey 942.34 

Cattle 636.22 



Index 



Guerrero 


972.7 


Guiana 




British 


988.1 


French 


988.2 


Netherlands 


988.3 


Guidance 




Educational 


371.422 


Vocational 


371.425 


Guidebooks Travel 


910.2 


Guided missiles 


623.451 


Guild system 


338.6 


Guinea 




French 


966.52 


Portuguese 


966.57 


Guincan 




Language 


496.4 


Literature 


896.4 


Guineas Husbandry 


636.59 


Guitar 


787.61 


Gujerati language 


491.4 


Gulf States U. S. 


976 


Gum-bichromate processes 




Photography 


773 


Gums and resins 




Forest products 


634.986 


Industrial chemistry 


668.4 


Organic chemistry 


547.92 


Gums and teeth 


617.6 


Gun 




Carriages 


623.43 


Factories 


359.7 


Mounts 


623.43 


Gunnery 


623.5 


Gunpowder Manufacture 


; 662.26 


Guns 




Hunting 


799.2 


'Vlilitary 


623.4 


Sporting 


799.31 


Gunsmithing 


683 


Gurage language 


492.8 


Gustatory sensation 


152 


Gutta-percha 


678.6 


Guttiferales 


583.16 


Gymnasiums 




Architecture 


725.8 


School 


371.62 



Index 



S46 



Gymnastics 


796.4 


Hamitic — ( Con tinned ) 




School 


371.73 


Ethiopian — {Continued 


') 


Gvmnospcnns 




Literatures 


893.5 


Botanv 


585 


Languages 


493 


Paleobotany 


561.5 


Literatures 


893 


Gynecological nursing 


610.7^^6 


Hammond organ 


786.9 


Gynecology 


618 


Hamster Husbandry 


636.9 


Gypsies 


397 


Hanc 




Gypsum 




Forging 


682 


y 1 

Economic ecology 


553.6 


Levers Automotive 


629.24 


Mining 


622.36 


Tools 


621.9 



Gypsy songs 


784.75 


Handbags Manufacture 


685 


VI ¥ *^ 




Handcrafts 


745.5 


Habakkuk O. T. 


224.9 


Handicapped 




Habit 


158.43 


Children 




Haemodoraccae 


584.23 


Education 


371.9 


Hafnium 




Psychology 


136.76 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.28 


Employment 


331.59 


C7 * 

Hagadah 


296.1 


Welfare service 


362.4 


(J 
Prayers 


296.43 


Handicraft system 




Hagfishes 


597.2 


Production 


338.6 


Haggai O. T. 


224.9 


Handwriting 


652.1 


Hague court of arbitration 


341.63 


Character analysis 


137.7 



Haida language 


497.2 


Crime detection 


364.12 


Hail 


551.573 


Elementary education 


372.51 


Agricultural pests 


632.1 


Happiness Pursuit 


323.4 


Insurance 


368.1 


Harari language 


492.8 


Hair 


616.5 


Harbor 




Fiber textiles 


677.3 


Cities Planning 


711.45 


Texture 




Defenses 




Anthropometry 


573.6 


Military engineering 


623.1 


Hairdressing 


646.74 


Engineering 


627.2 


Costume 


391 


Harbors 




Haiti 


972.94 


City planning 


711.7 


Halakah 


296.1 


Inland transportation 


386.8 


Halftones Printing 


655.32 


Ocean transportation 


387.1 


Half-tracks 


623.43 


Harbour Is. 


972.96 


Halibut Fisheries 


639.27 


Hard of hearing 




Halides Mineralogy 


549.4 


Education 


371.912 


Halite Mineralogy 


549.4 


Hardness 




Halogen 




Of crystals 


548.84 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.12 


Minerals 


549.12 


Hales 


246 


Removal 




Hals, Franz Painting 


759.9492 


Water purification 


628.16 


Hamitic 




Tests of materials 


620.112 


Ethiopian 




'^Hardshell" Baptists 


286 


X 

Languages 


493.5 


Hares 


599.32 



S47 



Index 



Harmonica 788.9 

Harmonies N. T. 226.1 

Harmony 781.3 

Harness 

Care 

Making 
Harp 

Harpsichord 
Hartford, Conn. 
Harvesting Crops 
Har\^estmen 
Hatcheries Fish 
Hats 

Costume 

Millinery 
Commercial 
Home 
Havana 

Haviland Chinaware 
Hawaiian . 

Islands 

Language 
Hawkins, Sir John 

Voyages 
Hawthorn 

Hay 

Culture 
Feed 
Hazel nut Culture 

Head form 

Anthropometry 

Health 
Codes 
Education 

Elementary education 
Insurance 
Personal 
Programs 

Business management 

Public 

School 
Hearing 

Aids 

Physiology 

Psychology 
Heart 



636.083 

685 

787.5 

786.2 

974.63 

631.5 

595.4 

639.3 

391 

687 

646.5 

972.912 

738.2 

996.9 
499.4 

973.17 

583.5 

633.2 

636.085 

634.5 

573.6 

614.2 

371.76 

372.83 

368.38 

613 

658.382 
614 

371.7 

617.8 
612.8 
152 
616.1 



Heat 

Agricultural pests 

Insulation 

Solar 

Stellar 

Therapeutic use 

Transfer 

Chemical engineering 

Transference 

Air conditioning 

Transmission 
Heath 
Heather 
Heating 

Industrial buildings 

Library buildings 

Marine 

Schools 
Heaven 

Heavier-than-air craft 
Hebrew 

Language 

Literature 

Religion 
Hebrews 

Ancient History 

N. T. 
Hedges 

Landscape architecture 
Hegel, Gcorg Philosophy 
Heidegger, Martin 

Philosophy 
Hclianthaceae 
Helicopters 
Helium 

Industrial chemistry 

Inorganic chemistry 
Hell 

Descent into 
Hellenic 

Language 
Literature 
Hellenistic language 
Helvellales 

Hematite Mineralogy 
Hemic system 
Hemiptera 



536 

632.1 

693.83 

523.72 
523.82 
615.8 

660.28 

697.93 

536.2 

583.6 

583.6 

697.1 

658.2 

022.8 

623.853 

371.62 

237.4 

629.133 

492.4 

892.4 
296 

933 

227.8 

715 
193 

193 

583.55 
629.1335 

661.9 
546.29 

237.5 
232.96 

489 

889 

487.02 

589.23 

549.5 

616.15 

595.75 



Index 



54S 



Hemlock 




Herring Fisheries 


639.27 


Botany 


585.2 


Heteroeera 


595.78 


Forestry 


634.975 


Heterokontae 


589.48 


Hemophilia 


616.15 


Heteroptera 


595.75 


Hemorrhoids 


616.3 


Hcvea brasiliensis 


678.6 


Hemp 




Hexapoda 


595.7 


Culture 


633.5 


Hexogen Manufacture 


662.27 


Fiber textiles 


677.1 


Hibernation 


591.5 


Pulp manufacture 


676.14 


Hickory nut Culture 


634.5 


Hemsterhuis, Frans 




Hicksite Friends 


289.6 


Philosophy 


199.492 


Hidalgo 


972.4 


Henderson Is. 


997.21 


Hides Processing 


675.2 


Hepaticae 


588.3 


Hierarchy 




Hepplewhite furniture 


749.22 


Church 


262.1 


Heraclitus Philosophy 


182 


Military 


355.33 


Heraldic design 


745.6 


Hieroglyphic Hittite lan- 




Heraldry 


929.6 


guage 


491.99 


Herb cookery 


641.6 


Hieroglyphics 


419 


Herbaceous plants 




Hiero therapy 


615.85 


Botany 


582.12 


Higgling 


338.522 


Landscape architecture 


716 


High 


* 


Paleobotany 


561.121 


Blood pressure 


616.15 


Herbals 


582.12 


Polymers 




Herbart, Johann 




Organic chemistry 


547.92 


Philosophy 


193 


Temperature 


536.57 


Herbicides 




Higher education 


378 


Agricultural use 


632.95 


High-speed photography 


778.3 


Herblike fruits 


634.7 


Highway 




Herd dogs 


636.74 


Engineering 


625.7 


Hereditary 




Systems Operation 


625.79 


Characteristics 


575.12 


Transportation 


388 


Classes 


323.3 


Highways 




Societies 




City planning 


711.7 


American 


369.1 


Local government 


352.7 


Non-American 


369.2 


Hilbert space Calculus 


517.1 


Units Genetics 


575.12 


Himalayan 




Heredity 


575.1 


Language 


495.5 


Animal 


591.15 


Literature 


895.5 


Human 


613.9 


Himeri language 


497.4 


Influence 


136.3 


Himyaritic 




Laws 


575.11 


Language 


492.9 


Plant 


581.15 


Literature 


892.9 


Herefords 


636.22 


Hindi 




Hermeneutics Bible 


220.6 


Language 


491.4 


Heroes Legends 


398.22 


Literature 


891.4 


Ilerpctology 


598.1 


Hindu architecture 


723.3 


Paleo- 


568.1 


Hinduism 


294.5 



549 



Index 



Hindustani language 

Hippopotamuses 

Hiroshige, Ando Prints 

Hirudinea 

Hispanic furniture 

Histogenesis 

Animal 

Plant 
Histology 

Animal 

Human 

Plant 

Veterinary medicine 

Historical 
Books 
Bible 
Pseudepigrapha 

Geography 
Geology 
Painting 
School 

Economic theories 

Ships 
History 
Ancient 
Biblical 
Economic 

Elementar)' education 
Modern 
Natural 
20th Century 
See also specific coun- 
tries 

Hittite 

Language 

Literature 
Hittites 
Hives Bee 
Hobbes, Thomas 

Philosophy 

Hobbies 
Hockey lee 
Hodgkin's disease 
Hoffding, Harald 

Philosophy 
Hog manure Fertilizers 



491.4 

599.73 
761 
595.15 
749.26 

591.8 

581.17 

574.8 

591.8 

611.018 

581.8 

636.0891 



222 

229.9 

911.2 

551.7 

756 

330.15 

623.821 

900 

930 

220.95 

330.9 

372.83 

909 

574 

909.82 



491.99 
891.99 
939 
638.14 

192 
790 
796.96 
616.15 

198 
631.86 



Hogarth, William 
Engravings 
Painting 
Hoisting 

Mining operations 
Hoists 
Hydraulic 
Mechanical 
Hokan-Coachuiltccan lan- 
guage 
Hokan-Siouan 
Language 
Literature 
Hokusai Prints 
Holbein, Hans 
Painting 
Prints 
Holderness cattle 
Holding companies 

Production 
Hollerith machines 
Holidays 
Celebration 
Labor economics 
Hollander machine 
Hollow tile masonry 
Hollvhoek 
Holmium 

Inorganic chemistry 
Holocepliali 
Holostei 
Holotliurioidea 
Holsteins 
Holy 

Communion 

Family 

Ghost 

Orders 

Scriptures 

Spirit 

Gifts 
Water 
Home 
Carpentry 
Economics 
Gardening 
Laundering 



765 
759.2 

622.6 

621.2 
621.86 

497.5 

497.5 
897.5 
761 

759.3 

761 

636.28 

338.8 

651.26 

394.2 

394.26 

331.81 

676.1 

693.4 

583.17 

546.6 

567.3 
597.4 
593.9 
636.23 

265.3 

232.93 

231.3 

265.4 

220.12 

231.3 

234.1 

246 

694 
640 
635 
648.1 



Index 



5SO 



Home — {Continued 




Horn Carving 


736.6 


.Viedicine 


616 


Hornea 


561.7 


Vlissions 


266 


Hornworts 


588.3 


Music 


780.07 


Horology 


681.1 


Nursing 


649.8 


Horoscopes 


133.5 


School instruction 


371.76 


Horse 




Planning 


643 


Vlanure 


631.86 


School instruction 


371.91 


Racing 


798.4 


Song books 


784.61 


Shows 


798 


Study 




Training 


798.2 


Adult education 


374.1 


Horsehair woiiu 


595.13 


Workshops 


680 


Horsemanship 


798.2 


Homemaking 


640 


Horses 




Homes 




Husbandry 


636.1 


For 




Zoology 


599.72 


Aged 


362.6 


Horseshoe crab 


595.39 


Poor 


362.5 


Horseshoeing 


682 


Unmarried mothers 


362.15 


Horsetai 


587.2 


Homicide 


364.15 


Horticulture 


635 


Homiletics 


251 


Hosea O. T. 


224.6 


Judaism 


296.42 


Hosiery Manufacture 


687 


Homogeneity 




Hospita 




Engineering tests 


620.112 


Grounds Landscaping 


712.7 


Homonyms 




Libraries 


027.66 


English language 


424 


Nursing 


610.733 


Other languages 


—4 


School instruction 


371.91 


Homoptera 


595.75 


Hospitalization insurance 


368.38 


Homo-sexuality 


301.424 


Hospitals 


362.11 


Honduras 


972.83 


Architecture 


725.5 


British 


972.82 


Children's 


362.78 


Honey 


638.16 


Maternity 


362.15 


Honeysuckle 


583.51 


Military 


355.7 


Hong Kong 


951.25 


Orthopedic 


362.43 


Honors 




Prison 


B65.66 


School 


371.53 


Specia 


362.19 


Social control 


301.152 


Surgical 


362.19 


Universities and col- 




Use of music 


780.13 


leges 


378.2 


Veterans' 


362.11 


Hoofed mammals 


599.7 


Hostels 




Hookworms 


595.13 


Architecture 


728.5 


Hope Is. 


998.1 


Management 


647.94 


Hormone therapy 


616.4 


Hostesses 


647.2 


Honnones 


574.19 


Hot 


* 


Animal 


591.19 


Air engines 


621.41 


Human 


612.015 


Water heating 


697.4 


Organic chemistry 


547.92 


Hotel 




Plant 


581.19 


Cookery 


641.57 



SS^ 

Hotel — (Continued) 
Grounds Landscaping 

Hotels 

Architecture 

Management 
Hourglasses 

Time determination 
Hours of labor 

Economics 

Work schedules 
House 

Cleaning 

Furnishing 

Painting 

Planning 

Plants 

Wiring 
Houseboats 

Architecture 
Household 

Administration 

Appliances 
Employees 
Finance 
Organization 
Pest control 
Repair 
Sanitation 
Housekeepers 
Houses Architecture 
Housing 
Cooperati\e 
Laborers 
Low cost 
Students 
Huanuco 
Huancavelica 
Hudson's Bay Company 
Huguenots 
Huila 
Human 
Anatomy 

Drawing 
Behavior 

Beings Worship 
Biochemistry 
Biophysics 



Index 



712.7 

728.5 
647.94 

529.7 

331.81 

658.381 

648.5 

747 

698.1 

643 

635.96 

621.328 

728.7 

647 
643.6 
647.2 
647.1 

647 

648.7 

643.7 

648 

647.2 

728 

334.1 

331.833 

711.59 

371.87 

985.2 

985.2 

971.2 

284.5 

986.15 

611 

743 

150 

291.2 

612.015 

612.017 



Human — ( Continued ) 

Body 

Chemical composition 

Measurements 
Microscopic struc- 
ture 
Structure 
Cytology 
Ecology 
Embryology 
Figure in art 
Genetics 
Geography 
Histology 
Physiology 
Teratology 
Hume, David 
Philosophy 
Humidification 

Chemical engineering 

Humidity 
Control 
Humor 

Collections 
History 
Writing 
Humus Fertilizers 
Hungarian 
Language 
Literature 
Painting 
Hungary 
Hunting 
Dogs 

Husbandry 
Economy Archeology 
Guns 
Industries 

Economics 
Lodges Architecture 
Sports 
Hurdy gurdy 
Huron 
Lake 
Language 
Hurricanes 



612.015 
573.6 

611.018 

611 

611.018 

301.3 

611.013 

704.94 

613.9 

911 

611.018 
612 
611.012 

192 

660.28 
551.57 
697.93 

808.87 
809.7 
808.7 
631.84 

494.511 

894.511 

759.3 

943.9 

799.2 

799.2 

636.75 

571.1 

799.2 

639.1 

338.3 

728.7 

799 

789.7 

971.3 
497.5 
551.55 



Index 



SS^ 



Husband-wife relation- 
ship 301.426 

Husserl, Edmund 

Philosophy 193 

Hussites 284.3 
Hybridizing 

Plant breeding 631.52 

Hvcar 678.72 

Hydras 593.7 
Hydraulic 

Engineering 627 

Equipment Aircraft 629.143 

Mining 622.3 

Models 627 

Power equipment 621.2 

Pumps 621.6 
Hydrocarbons 

Organic chemistry 547.2 

Hydrocharitaceae 584.7 
Hydrochloric acid 

Industrial chemistry 661.2 

Hydrodynamics 532.5 
Hydrofluoric acid 

Industrial chemistry 661.2 
Hydrogen 

Industrial chemistry 661.9 

Inorganic chemistry 546.1 

Ion Equilibrium 541.373 
Sulfide 

Industrial chemistry 661 .9 
Hydrogenation 

Chemical engineering 660.28 

Coal 662.625 

Organic chemistry 547.013 

Hydrographic surveying 526.99 

Hydroid polyps 593.7 

Hydrology 551.49 

Hydromedusae 593.7 

Hydrophytes 581.52 

Hydroponics 631.58 

Hydropteridac 561 .7 

Hydrostatics 532.2 

Hydrotherapy 61 5.8 
Hydrous oxides 

Mineralogy 549.5 



Hydrozoa 

Paleozoology 563.5 

Zoology ' 593.7 

Hyenas 599.744 
Hygiene 

Industrial 614.85 

Personal 613 

School 371.7 

Hymenomycetes 589.22 

Hymenophyllaceae 587.3 

Hymenoptera 59 5 .79 

Hymnology 245 

Hymns ' 784.71 
Hyperborean 

Language 494.6 

Literature 894.6 

Hypnotism 1 34 

Hypocreales 589.23 

Hysteriales 589.23 

IBM machines 651.26 

I WW 335.8 

lea 985.2 
Ice 
Cream 

Home cookery 641.86 

Manufacture 664.1 5 

Dancing 796.91 

Games 796.96 

Gradation 551.31 

Hockey 796.96 

Manufacture 621.58 
Prevention and re- 
moval Aircraft 629. 1 8 

Shows 796.91 

Skating 796.91 

Iceboating 796.9 

Icebreakers 623.828 

Iceland 949.1 
Icelandic 

Language 439,6 

Literature 839.6 

Ichthyology 597 

Paleo- 567 

Icons 246 

Idaho 979.6 



S53 

Ideal 

Solutions 

Electrochemistry 541.373 

State 321.07 

Idealism 190 

Ideals Algebra 512.89 

Ideas 153 
Idioms 

English language 423.1 

Other languages — 31 

Ifni 964.8 

Igneous rocks 552.1 
Ignition system 

Automotive 629.254 
Iguagu Federal Territory 98 1 .6 
Illegitimacy 

Family law 347.6 

Social problem 362.7 

Illinois 977.3 

Illiteracy 379.2 

Illumination 

Engineering 621.32 

Manuscript 745.67 

Rare book 096 

Illustrations 741.6 

Industrial production 744 

Rare book 096 

Illyrian language 491.991 

Imagination 155 

Imbabura 986.61 
Immaculate Conception 232.93 

Immersionists 286 

Immigrants 325.1 

Employment 3 3 1.62 

Immigration 325.1 

Effect on population 301.32 
Immortality 

Doctrinal theology 237.2 

Natural theology 218 
Immunity 

International law 341.49 
Immunization 

Public health measure 614.4 

School programs 371.71 

Immunology 616.97 
Impact 

Mechanics of solids 531.3 



Index 



Imperial China 951 
Import 

Houses 658.86 

Tax 336.26 

Trade 382.5 

Impotence 616.6 

Impregnated fabrics 677.6 

Impressionism 759.05 

Imprisonment 

Criminology 364 

Social control 301.152 

Improvisation 78 1 .6 5 

Impulses 1 58 

Inauguration customs 394 

Inbreeding Livestock 636.082 

Inca 

Architecture 722.91 

Civilization 985.01 

Incandescent lighting 621.32 

Incarnation 232.1 

Incendiary bombs and 

shells 623.451 

Incense Church use 247 

Incentives Work 658.32 

Incineration 

Refuse disposal 628.4 

Incinerators 

Architecture 725.1 

Income 

And wealth 339 

Economics 331.2 

Public finance 336 

Tax 336.24 

Corporation 336.243 

Personal 336.242 

Incunabula 093 

Indelible inks 

Manufacture 667.4 

Independence Day 

Celebration 394.26 

Independent stores 658.874 

Indeterminate sentences 364.6 

Index 

Numbers Prices 338.528 
Of refraction 

Properties of solutions 541.374 



Index 



S^4 



Indexing 

Library 

Office 
India 
Indian 

Architecture 
Ancient 
Mediexal 

Ocean Is. 

Paint-brush 

Philosophy 

Sculpture Ancient 

Territory U. S. 
Indiana 
Indians 

Ethnic group 

Of 

North America 
South America 
Indie 

Language 

Literature 
Indigestion 
Indirect taxes 
Indium 

Inorganic chemistry 

Metallurgy 
Individual 

Development of stu- 
dents 

Equality 

Ethics 

Psychology 

Rights 
Individuality 
Individuals and state 
Indoctrination 

Social control 
Indo-European 

Languages 

Literatures 
Indo-Hittite 

Language 

Literature 
Indo-Iranian 

Language 

Literature 





Indonesia 


991 


029.5 


Indonesian 




651.5 


Language 


499.2 


954 


Literature 


899.2 




Indoor photography 


778.7 




Induction 




722 


Heating 


697.7 


723.3 


Logic 


161 


969 


Teaching 


371.3 


583.8 


Inductive reasoning 


161 


181.4 


Inductors Radio 


621.3843 


732 


Indulgences 


265.6 


976.65 


Industrial 




977.2 


Accidents 


331.823 




Social problem 


301.46 


301.45 


Architecture 


725.4 




Art 


745.2 


970.1 


Buildings 




980.1 


Business managemenl 


. 658.2 




Carbons 


662.9 


491.1 


Cartels 


338.88 


891.1 


Centers 




616.3 


City planning 


711.55 


336.271 


Chemicals 


661 




Chemistry 


660 


546.66 


Cities Planning 


711.45 


669.7 


Combinations 






Production 


338.8 




Democracy 


331.15 


371.394 


Diseases 


614.85 


323.4 


Labor economics 


331.822 


179 


Efficiency 


658.01 


137 


Electrochemistrv 


660.29 


323.4 


Fatigue 




137 


Business management 658,54 


323.4 


Labor economics 


331.82 




Gases 


661.9 


301.152 


Hazards 


331.82 




Hygiene 


614.85 


491 


Insurance 




891 


Accident 


368.41 




Life 


368.36 


491 


Legislation 


338.9 


891 


Lighting systems 


621.32 




Vlanaeement 


658 


491.1 


Medicine 


614.85 


891.1 


Mobilization 





SS5 _^^_^___ 

Industrial — {Continued) 
Military science 
Nursing 
Production illustration 

Reagents 
Relations 
Research 
Safety 

Economics 
Sanitation 
Schools 
Social work 
Sociology 
Stoichiometry 
Unions 
Welfare 

Workers of the World 
Syndicalism 
Industrialization 

Effects on family 
Industries 
Economics 
Government 

Control and regulation 
Grants and subsidies 
Use of music 
Wage statistics 
Infant psychology 
Infanticide 
Infantry 
Air-borne 
Armored 

Infants 

Home care 

Pediatric care 
Infectious diseases 
Infinite expansions 

Calculus 
Infirm 

Home care 

Institutional care 

Welfare ser\iccs 
Inflation Money 

Inflection 

English language 
Other languages 



Index 



355.26 

610.734 

744 

661 

331.15 

658.57 

614.85 

331.823 

628.5 

364.72 

331.83 

301.4 

660,28 

331.88 

331.83 

335.8 

301.423 

338.I-.4 

338.9 

338.9 

780.13 

331.28 

136.71 

364.15 

356,1 

356.6 

356.5 

649.1 
618.92 

616.9 
517.2 

649.8 
362.61 
362.6 
332.41 

425.1 
—51 



Infra-red 

Photography 

Radiation 
Inheritance 

Law 

Tax 
Initiative Legislation 
Injured Welfare services 
Injurious 

Animals 

Factors 

Crop production 

Insects 

Plants 
Inks Manufacture 
Inland 

Harbors and ports 

Marine insurance 

Waters Physiography 

Waterway 
Engineering 
Transportation 
Inlaying Woodworking 
Innate movements 
Inness, George Painting 
Innocent III 

Church history 
Innocents Massacre of 

Inns 

Architecture 

Management 
Inoculation 

Public health 

Soils 
Inorganic 

Chemistry 

Products 

Chemical analysis 
Inquisition 

Church history 

Spanish history 
Inscriptions 
Insecta 

Paleozoology 

Zoology 
Insecticides 

Agricultural use 



778.3 
535 

347.6 
336.276 

328 
362.1 

632.6 

632 

632.7 
632.5 
667.4 

386.8 

368.23 

551.48 

627.1 

386 
684.2 
158.42 
759.1 

270.5 
232.92 

728.5 
647.94 

614.4 

631.46 

546 

543.7 

270.5 

946.04 

417 

565.7 
595.7 

632.95 



Index 



5S6 



Insecticides — (Continued) 

Chemical analysis 

Household use 
Insects 

Injurious 

Paleozoolog}' 

Zoology 

Insecurity 

Employment 

Social problem 
In-service training 
Insignia 

Military 

Social control 
Insomnia 
Inspection 

Factory 

Motor vehicles 
Inspector General 
Inspiration Bible 
Installations 

Army 

Military 

Navy 
Installment buying 

Consumer credit 

Instinct 

Animal 

Human 
Institutes 

Adult education 

Farmers* 

Teachers' 
Institutional 

Grounds Landscaping 

Nursing 

Programs 

Adult education 
Institutions 

Christian 

Correctional 

Educational 

Management 

Penal 

Social 

W^elfare 



648.7 

632.7 
565.7 
595.7 

331.1 
301.46 
374.94-.99 

355.14 

301.152 

616.8 

658.56 
629.2 

355.33 
220.13 

355.7 

355.7 

359.7 

658.88 

332.35 

591.51 
158.42 

374.91 

630.7 

370.72 

712.7 
610.733 

374.9 

260 

364.7 

370 

647.9 

365.3 

301.4 

362 



Instruction 

Methods Teaching 371.3 
Survival 

Military science 355.5 

Instructional counseling 371.394 

Instructors 

Military 355.34 
School 371.1 
Universities and col- 
leges 378.12 

Instrument flying 629.126 

Instrumental 

Composition 781.63 

Ensembles 785 

Music 785-789 

Instruments 

Astronomic 522 

Chronologic 529.7 

Computation 510.81 

Musical 785-789 

Optical 535.8 

Precise spirit leveling 526.36 

Surgical 617.9 

Surveying 526.91 

Insulating materials 

Building 691.9 

Electrical 621.319 

Insulation Building 69 3 .8 3 

Insurance 

Accident and health 368.38 

Annuities 368.37 

Burglary 368.82 

Business 368 

Casualty 368.5 
Claims . 368.014 

Commissioners 368.91 

Credit 368.87 

Fidelity bond 368.83 

Finance 368.015 

Fire 368.1 

Government control 368.9 
Industrial accident and 

disease 368.41 

Inland marine 368.23 

Legislation 368.93 

Liability 368.57 

Life 368.3 



5S7 



Index 



Insurance — ( Continued ) 

Marketing 

Ocean marine 

Old age and sur- 
vivors' 

Rates 

Sickness 

Social 

Surety bond 

Theory 

Title 

Transportation 

Underwriting 

Unemployment 
Intaglio 

Carving 

Cutting 

Glass decoration 

Prints 
Integral 

Calculus 

Equations Calculus 
Integration Calculus 
Integumentary system 

Animal 

Human 
Intellect 
Intellectual 

Centers 

City planning 

Cooperation 

Defects 

Life Labor economics 

Intelligence 

Animal 

Human 

Military 

Tests 
Intensity measurement 

Sound waves 
Interaction Social 
Interbank lending 
Intercoastal trade routes 
Intercommunication 

systems 
Intercultural education 



368.013 
368.22 

368.43 

368.011 

368.42 

368.4 

368.84 

368.01 

368.88 

368.2 

368.012 

368.44 

736.2 

748.6 

765-767 

517.3 

517.37 
517.3 

591.47 

616.5 

151 



711.55 
001 
132 
331.85 

151.3 
151 

355.42-.43 
151.22 

534.4 

301.1 
332.36 

387.522 

621.385 
370.19 



Interest 

Rates 

Tables 
Intcrfacial cr)'stal angles 

Measurement 
Interior 

Ballistics 

Decoration 

Department 
Interlibrary lending 
Intermediate stage system 

Prisons 
Internal 

Combustion engines 

Marine 

Medicine 

Veterinary 
Organization 
International 
Banking 
Colonization 
Combinations 
Production 
Copyright 
Debt 
Ethics 
Exchange 

Library publications 
Law 

Libraries 
Mail systems 
Migration 
Monetary standards 
Police 
Relations 

Specific countries 
Social planning 
Stock exchange 
Trade 

Protection 
Routes 
Treaties 
Internationalism 

And Christianity 
Interplanetary travel 
Interpretative dancing 
Intcrschool athletics 



332.8 
511.8 

548.7 

623.53 

747 
353.3 

025.6 

365.2 

621.43 

623.872 

616 

636.0896 

658.16 

332.15 
325 

338.88 
655.63 
336.34 

177 

021.85 
341 

027.5 

383.4 

325 

332.43 

341.65 

327 

327.3-.9 

309.22 

332.65 

382 

337.3 

387.522 

341.2 

321.04 

261.6 

629.14353 

793.32 

371.75 



Index 



5SS 



Interstate 




Commerce 


381 


Commission 


385 


Intertype 


655.28 


Inten'als Music 


781.22 


Intenention 




International law 


341.65 


Intcr\aews 




Entrance 


658.311 


Exit 


658.313 


Intestines 


616.3 


Intiniism 


759.05 


Intoxicants 




Effect on human body 


616.86 


Intramural athletics 


371.74 


Intranational regions 


301.37 


Intuition 


156 


Intuitionism 


190 


Invalids 




Cookery for 


641.56 


Home care 


649.8 


Institutional care 


362.1 


Invariant theory 


512.88 


Inventions 


608 


Invertebrates 




Paleozoology 


562 


Zoology 


592 


Investment 


332 


Banking 


332.66 


Insurance 


368.85 


Practices 


332.67 


Techniques 


332.67 


Involuntary movements 


158.4 


Iodides Mineralogy 


549.4 


Iodine 




Inorganic chemistry 


546.12 


Organic compounds 


547.8 


Ionic equilibria 


541,373 


Ionization 




Chambers 




'S^uclear physics 


539.77 


Potentials 




Atomic physics 


539.8 


Radio transmission 


621.3841 


Iowa 


977.7 


Iran 


955 



Iranian 




Language 


491.5 


Literature 


891.5 


Iraq 


956.7 


Ireland 


941.5 


Northern 


941.6 


Iridium 




Inorganic chemistry 


546.9 


Irish 




Glassware 


748.2 


Language 


491.62 


Literature 


891.62 


Republic 


941.5 


System Prisons 


365.2 


Iron 




Age Archeology 


571.4 


Alloys 




Manufactures 


672 


Metallurgy 


669.141 


Building material 


691.7 


Construction 


624.18 


Engineering material 


620.17 


Fertilizers 


631.82 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.7 


Manufactures 


672 


. Metallography 


669.16 


Metallurgy 


669.141 


Mining 


622.34 


Powder 


669.141 


Removal 




Water purification 


628.16 


Sculpture 


739.4 


Work 


682 


Iroquois-Caddoan lan- 




guage 


497.5 


Irrigation 




Agricultural 


631.7 


Reclamation engineer- 




ing 


627.5 


Isaiah O. T. 


224.1 


Islands 




Atlantic Ocean 


997.1 


Indian Ocean 


969 


I sola tec 


997 


Pacific Ocean 


997.2 


Physiography 


551.42 



559 



Index 



Isle 
Of 

Man 

Pines 
Cuba 
New Caledonia 

Isoetales 

Isolation Public heath 
Isometric projections 
Technical drafting 

Isomorphism 
Crystallography 

Isopoda 

Paleozoology 

Zoology 
Isoptera 
Isospondyli 
Isostasy 
Isostatic reductions 

Isotopes 

Nuclear physics 
Physical chemistry 

Israel 
History 
Ancient 
Modern 
Italian 

East Africa 

Furniture 

Language 

Literature 

Majolicaware 

Painting 

Philosophy 

Sculpture 

Somaliland 
Italo-Celtic 

Language 

Literature 

Italy 

Itapua 

Ives, James Prints 

Ivory 
Carving 
Coast 



942.89 

972.912 
993.2 
587.1 
614.4 

744.45 

548.3 

565.3 

595.372 

595.73 

597.5 

551.15 

526.6 

539.74 
541.23 



933 

956.94 

963.5 

749.25 

450 

850 

738.3 

759.5 

195 

730.9 

963.5 

491.6 

891.6 

945 

989.21 

763 

736.6 
966.68 



Jack hunting 
Jacobean furniture 
Jacotot method 

Education 
Jade cutting 

Jails 

Architecture 

Penal institutions 
Jainism 
Jalisco 
Jamaica 
James 

N. T. 

William Philosophy 

Janitors 
Jansenists 
Japan 
Japanese 

Architecture 
Ancient 
Medieval 

Furniture 

Lacquer 

Language 

Literature 

Painting 

Prints 

Sculpture Ancient 
Japanese-Korean 

Languages 

Literatures 
Jasmine 

Jasper National Park 
Jaundice 
Ja\a 
Javanese language 

Jazz 

Jealousy 

Jeffersonian Republican 

Party 
Jellying 

Jeremiah O. T. 
Jeremy Apocrypha 
Jersey 

Cattle 

Island 
Jesse James Legends 



799.25 
749.22 

371.4 

736.2 

725.6 
365.3 
294.4 
972.3 
972.92 

227.9 

191 

647.2 

284.8 

952 



722 

723.3 

749.29 

667.8 

495.6 

895.6 

759.952 

761 

732 

495 

895 

583.7 

971.23 

616.3 

992.2 

499.2 

785.42 

157 

329.3 
664.83 

224.2 
229 

636.22 
942.34 
398.22 



Index 



^60 



Jesuits 


271. S 


Jesus Christ 


232 


Among doctors 


232.92 


Divinity 


232.8 


Infancy 


232.92 


Last words 


232.95 


Life 


232.9 


Public life 


232.95 


Sayings 




Pseudepigrapha 


229.95 


Teachings 


232.9 


Jet engines Aircraft 


629.14353 


Jewelry 


739.27 


Jewish 




Activities 


296.6 


Apocalypses 




Pseudepigrapha 


229.9 


Cookery 


641.56 


Ethics 


296.38 


Institutions 


296.6 


Law 


296.38 


Philosophy 


181.3 


Religion 


296 


Temples 


296.6 


Architecture 


726 


Jews 




Apologetics against 


239.1 


Ethnic group 


301.45 


History 




Ancient 


933 


Vlodern 


956.94 


Jicarilla language 


497.2 


Jigs Machine tools 


621.99 


Jitterbug 


793.33 


Joachim Father of Mary 


232.93 


Job 0. T. 


223.1 


Job 




Classification 




Business management 


: 658.32 


Libraries 


023.8 


Public service 


351.2 


Evaluation 


658.32 


Instruction 


658.386 


Joel 0. T. 


224.7 


John 




Epistles 


227.9 


Gospe 


226.5 



Joinery 


694 


Shipbuilding 


623.84 


Joint operations Military 


355.42 


Joints 




Geologic 


551.8 


Skeletal 


616.7 


Jonah 0. T. 


224.9 


Jordan machine 




Pulp manufacturing 


676.1 


Jos Pe 


778.6 


Joseph Saint 


232.93 


Joshua 0. T. 


222.2 


Jost Van Dykes Is. 


972.972 


Journalism 


070 


Digest 


070.48 


Foreign language 


070.48 


Pictorial 


070.489 


School 


371.805 


Tabloid 


070.489 


Technical 


070.48 


Journals 




Journalism 


070.48 


Mechanical engineering 


621.82 


Jubilees Pseudepigrapha 


229.9 


Judaism 


296 


vs. Christianity 


239.1 


Judas Betrayal of Christ 


232.96 


Jude N. T. 


227.9 


Judge Advocate General 


355.6 


Navy 


359.6 


Judges 0. T. 


222.3 


Judgment 




Eschatology 


236 


Psychology 


153 


Judicial 




Branch of government 


340 


Buildings Architecture 


725.1 


Judiciary Private law 


347.9 


Judith Apocrypha 


229 


Juggling 


793.8 


Juglandaceae 


583.973 


Juglandales 


583.973 


Jujitsu 


796.84 


Jujuy 


982.4 


Juncaceae 


584.23 


Jung school 




Psychoanalysis 


131.34 



561 

Jungermanniales 

Junin 

Junior 

College libraries 

Colleges 

High schools 

Republics 
Junto 

Adult education club 
Jurisdiction Right of 
Jurisprudence 

Medical 

Veterinary 
Jury trial 
Justice 

Department 

International courts 
Justices of the Peace 
Justification 

Jute 

Fiber textiles 

Pulp manufacture 
Juvenile 

Colonies 

Courts 

Delinquency 
Social problem 

Delinquents Prisons 

Literature 

Probation 

Reformatories 

Kahoolawe Is. 
Kainit Fertilizers 
Kalispel language 
Kallitype 
Kalmuk language 
Kamas language 
Kanaress language 
Kandh language 
Kandinski, Vasili 

Painting 
Kangaroos 
■ Kansas 
Kant, Immanuel 

Philosophy 
Kapita Philosophy 



Index 

588.3 Kapok fiber textiles 
985.2 Karakul sheep 

Karelo-Finnish Republic 
027.7 Karilian language 

378.15 Kartvelian language 

373.2 Katydids 

364.72 Kauai Is. 

Kazakhstan Republic 

374.21 Kechuan 

341.49 Language 

Literature 
340.6 Kelps 

636.0894 Kennels 

340.4 Architecture 

Management 

353.5 Kent, Rockwell Prints 
341.63 Kentucky 

347.96 Kenya Colony and Protec- 

234 torate 

Keresan language 
677.1 Kerosine Manufacture 

676.14 Ketones 

Industrial chemistry 
364.72 Organic chemistry 

364.52 Keyboard 

364.3 Harmony 
301.46 Instruments 

365.4 Keynesian economics 

028.5 Keys Locksmithing 
364.63 Kidnapping 
364.72 Kidneys 

Kierkegaard, Soren 
996.9 Philosophy 

631.83 Kiln drying Lumber 

497.3 Kindergartens 
772 Kinemacolor 

494.2 Kinematics of mechanisms 

494.4 Mechanics of solids 

494.8 Kinetic theory 

494.8 Of 

Chemical change 

759.7 Gases 

599.2 King 

978.1 Arthur Legends 

James Bible 
193 Karrs Land 

181.41 Kings O. T. 



677-2 

636.3 

947.2 

494.5 

494.8 

595.72 

996.9 

958.4 

498 
898 
589.45 

728.9 
636.7 
761 
976.9 

967.62 

497.5 

665.53 

661.8 

547.2 

781.3 

786 

330.15 

683.3 

364.15 

616.6 

198 

674.3 

372.21 
778.5 

531.2 



541.3 
533 

398.22 

220.5 

998.1 

222.5 



Index 



^62 



563 



Index 



Kiowa Apache language 


497.2 


Kirghiz language 


494.3 


Kirghizia Republic 


958.4 


Kitchen 




Middens 


571.9 


Planning 


643.3 


Klamath language 


497.4 


Klcc, Paul Painting 


759.3 


Klondike region 


971.21 


Knighthooc 


929.71 


Knights of Pythias 


366.2 


Knit fabrics 


677,6 


Knitting 




Home processes 


646.2 


Industry 


677.6 


Knotting Seamanship 


623.88 


Knowledge 




Epistemology 


121 


General 


001 


Psychology 


153 


Knox, John 




Church history 


270.6 


Know-nothing Party 


329.5 


Kodachrome 


778.6 


Kodacolor 


778.6 


Kodagu language 


494.8 


Kodak Dye Transfer 


778.6 


Kodapak 


668.44 


Kok-saghyz 


678.6 


Komi language 


494.5 


Koran 


297 


Korea 


951.9 


Korean 




Language 


495.7 


Literature 


895.7 


Korosea 


678.73 


Kota language 


494.8 


Kotavachrome 


778.6 


Krypton 




industrial chemistry 


661.9 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.29 


Ku language 


497.8 


Ku Klux Klan 


366.6 


Kuchean language 


491.99 


Kuria Muria Is. 


997 


Kutenai language 


497.3 


Kuwait 


953 



Kwakiutl language 


497.3 


Kwantung 


951.822 


Kymography 


578 


Kyrie 


783.2 


LCC 


623.825 


LCM 


623.825 


LST 


623.825 


Labeling 


659.12 


Labiatae 


583.8 


Labor 


331 


Child 


331.3 


Compulsory 


331.5 


Contraet 


331.5 


Demand 


331.115 


Department 


353.83 


Government regulation 


331 


Croups 




Social problem 


301.46 


Immigrant 


331.62 


VLirket 


331.11 


Migratory 


331.67 


Movements 


301.153 


Negro 


331.63 


Of 




Disabled 


331.59 


Handicapped 


331.59 


Women 


331.4 


Party 


329.8 


Prison 


365.65 


Problems 


331 


And Christianity 


261.8 


Southern 


331.66 


Statistics 


331.29 


Supply 


331.112 


Union libraries 


027.64 


Unions 


331.88 


Laboratories 




Architecture 


727.5 


Chemical 


542 


Prison 


365.66 


School 


371.62 


Laboratory diagnosis 


615.07 


Laborers 




Economic class 


325.3 


Physical risks 


331.82 



Laborers — ( Con tin ued ) 

Problems 

Specific industries 
Laboulbeniales 
Labrador 
Labuan 
Labyrinthodontia 

Lace 

Decorative 

Home making 

Industry 
Lacertilia 
Lacewing-flies 
Lacquers 

Japanese 

Manufacture 
Lactofil 

Ladies of Sacred Heart 
Ladybugs 
Lady's-slippcr 
Lagomorpha 

Lake 

Dwellings 
Transportation 
Lakes Physiography 
La Libertad 
Lalique glass 
Lamaism 

Lamarckian theory 
Lambayeque 
Lamellibranchia 

Paleozoology 

Zoology 
Lamentations O. T. 
La Mettrie, Julian 

Philosophy 
Laminated 

Engineering materials 

Plastics 

Wood 
Lampblack Manufacture 

Lampreys 

Paleozoology 

Zoology 
Lamp-shells 
Lamut language 
Lanai Is. 





Lancaster system 




331.8 


Education 


371.4 


331.7 


Lancclets 


596 


589.23 


Land 




971.9 


Appraisal 


333.332 


991.1 


Banks 


332.31 


567.6 


Booms 


333.332 




Carnivora 


599.744 


746.2 


Common * 


333.2 


646.2 


Economics 


333 


677.6 


Ferns 


587.3 


598.11 


Grants Educational 


379.12 


595.74 


Private 


333.3 




Public 


333.1 


749.29 


Rent 


333.5 


667.7 


Resources 




677.47 


Conservation 


333.72 


271.9 


Subdivision 


333.38 


595.76 


Tenure 


333.32 


584.15 


Transfer 


333.34 


599.32 


Under water 






Utilization 


333.91 


571.8 


Use patterns 




386.5 


City planning 


711.5 


551.48 


Valuation 


333.332 


985.1 


Landing 




748.2 


Aids Aeronautics 


629.16 


294.32 


Craft 


623.825 


575.01 


Fields Administration 


387.73 


985.1 


Gear Aircraft 


629.143 




Landlordism 


333.5 


564.1 


Landscape 




594.1 


Architecture 


710 


224.3 


Construction 


713 


194 


Design 
Maintenance 


712 
713 


620.19 


Reservations 


719 


668.41 


Landscapes 


758 


674.83 


Language 


400 


662.93 


Arts 






Elementary education 372.6 


567.2 


VI edifications 




597.2 


English language 


428.25 


594.8 


Other languages 


825 


494 


Obscene 


364.17 


996.9 


Universal 


408.9 



Index 



S64 



Language — (Continued) 

See also specific lan- 
guages 
Languages Artificial 
Lanital 
Lanthanide elements 

Inorganic chemistry 
Lanthanum 

Inorganic chemistry 
Laos 

La Pampa 
La Paz 
Laplace 

Stations Geodesy 

Transformations 
Calculus 
Lappish 

Language 

Literature 
Lara 
Larch 

Botany 

Forestry 
Lard Manufacture 
La Rioja 
Larkspur 
Laryngitis 
Las Cordilleras 
Last Supper 

Christology 

Sacraments 
Lastex 
Latex 

Forest product 

Manufacturing 
processes 

Products 

Properties 

Synthetic rubber manu- 
facture 

Testing 
Lathe work 
Lathes 

Machine tools 

Woodworking equip- 
ment 



408.9 
677.47 

546.6 

546.6 
959 
982.1 
984.1 

526.6 

517.7 

494.55 
894.55 
987.2 

585.2 

634.975 

664.3 

982.4 

583.11 

617.8 

989.21 

232.95 
265.3 

677.5 

678.5 
634.986 

678.52 
678.53 
678.54 

678.722 

678.54 

693.6 

621.94 
674.43 



Latin 

America 

American 
Literature 
Painting 
Sculpture 

Language 

Literature 
Latitude 

Astronomical 

Geodetic 
Latter Day Saints 
Lattices 

Algebra 

Crystal structure 
Latvian 

Language 

Literature 

Republic 
Launching ways 
Laundering 

Commercial 

Home 
Laundresses 

Laundry room Planning 
Lauraceae 
Laurel 

Family 
Laurentian Mts. 
Lava 
Lavalleja 
Lavender 
Law 

Administrative 

And medicine 

Antiquities 

British 

Church 

Commercial 
International 

Common U. S. 

Constitutional 

Courts 

Criminal 

International 

Digests U. S. 

Enforcement 



980 

L860 
759.98 

735 
470 
870 

527 

526.6 

289.3 

512.89 
548.8 

491.9 
891.9 
947.4 
623.83 

667.13 

648.1 

647.2 

643.5 

583.11 

583.6 

583.11 

971.4 

551.21 

989.52 

583.8 

340 

344 

340.6 

340.3 

346 

262.9 

347.7 

341.57 

345 

342 

347.97 

343 

341.49 

345.3 

340 



565^ 

Law — (Continued) 

Enforcement — (Continu 

Military- 
English 
Family 
History 

In various countries 
Inheritance 
International 
Jewish 
Making 
Maritime 

International 
Martial 
Military 
Naval 
Of 

Nations 
War 
Parliamentary 
Private 

International 
Reports U. S. 
Sessional 
Treatises 
U.S. 
Laws 
Building 
Citizenship 
Conflict 
Engineering 
Library 
Mining 
Press 

Pubhc education 
Uniform 
Lay-off Personnel 
Layout Advertising 
Laz language 
Lazarists 
Lazo, Agustin Painting 

Lead 
Azide explosive 
Manufacture 
Economic geology 
Inorganic chemistry 
Metallurgy 



Index 



ed) 
^55.13 

347.6 
340.9 
349 
347.6 

341 

296.38 

32S 

347.7 

341.57 

355.9 

355.9 

359.6 

341 

341.3 

328.1 

347 

341.59 

345.4 

345.1 

347 

345 

692.9 

323.61 

341.59 

620.07 

021.89 

622 

070.13 

379.14 

328 

658.313 

659.13 

494.8 

271.7 

759.972 



662.27 
553.4 
546.5 
669.4 



Lead — (Continued) 

Mining 
Leadership 
Leaf fiber textiles 
Leafhoppers 
League of Nations 
Learned societies 
Learning 

Psychology 
Lease system 

Prison labor 
Least squares Probabihty 
Leather 
Goods Manufacture 
Industries 
Processing 
Leathercraft 
Leave Military 
Leavening agents 
Lea\'es 
Edible 
Fertilizers 
Plant morphology 
Lebanon 
Lectures 

General collections 
Teaching aids 
Leeches 
Leek 

Leeward Is. 
Legal 

Anecdotes 
Forms 
Officers 
Legations 
Architecture 
International relations 
Legendre functions 

Calculus 
Legends 

Comparative mythology 

Folklore 
Of 

Christ 

Human beings 

Places 
Legerdemain 



622.34 

301.155 

677.1 

595.75 

341.12 

060 

001 

154.4 

365.65 
519.8 

685 

675 

675.2 

745.5 

355.1 

664.6 

635.3 
631.87 
581.4 
956.9 

040 

371.33 

595.15 

584.23 

972.971 

340.9 

347.93 

347.96 

725.1 

327 

518.2 

291 

'>98.2 

232.99 
398.22 
398.23 
793.8 



Index 



$66 



Leghorns 


6^6.5 


Legislation 


328 


Comparative 


340.S 


English statutes 


346 


Insurance 


368.93 


Library 


021.89 


Local 


328.37 


Plumbing 


696.9 


Private 


328.37 


Public education 


379.14 


U. S. statutes 


345 


Legislative 




Bodies 


328.3 


Alembership 


328.33 


Of various countries 


328.4-.9 


Organization 


328.36 


Powers 


328.34 


Types 


328.39 


Branch of government 


328 


Buildings Architecture 


725.1 


Procedure 


328.37 


Programs 




Labor unions 


331.893 


Reference service 


328.37 


Legislators 




VIembership and elec- 




tion 


328.33 


Powers 


328.34 


Legitimacy Family law 


347.6 


Legumes Culture 


633.3 


Leguminosae 


583.3 


Leibniz, Gottfried 




Philosophy 


193 


Leighton, Clare Prints 


761 


Lemon Culture 


634.3 


Lemurs 


599.8 


Lending 




Commercial credit 


332.1 


Interbank 


332.36 


Library 


025.6 


Lenox China ware 


738.2 


Lenses 




Camera 


771.3 


Optical 


535.8 


Optometry 


617.7 


Lent 




Cookery 


641.56 



Lcn t — ( Con tin ucd ) 




Meditations 


242.3 


Music 


783.2 


Leon 


986.61 


Leonardo da Vinci 




Painting 


759.5 


Lepidodendron 


561.7 


Lcpidoptera 


595.78 


Lepospondyli 


567.6 


Leptostraca 


595.38 


Lespedeza Culture 


633.3 


Les Saintes 


972.971 


Lesser Antilles 


972.97 


Lessons 




Teaching method 


371.3 


Letter writing 


808.6 


Elementary education 


372.6 


Lettering 




Decorative 


745.6 


Mechanical drawing 


744.43 


Letterpress 


655.3 


Letters 




Business 


651.7 


Collections 


808.86 


History 


809.6 


Of credit 


332.77 


Superstitions 


398.3 


Lettish 




Language 


491.93 


Literature 


891.93 


Lettuce 




Botany 


583.55 


Culture 


635.5 


Leucite Mineralogy 


549.6 


Leukemia 


616.15 


Levant 


956 


Levees Construction 


627.4 


Leveling 




Precise spirit 


526.36 


Trigonometrical 


526.38 


Leviticus O. T. 


222.1 


Lexicography 




Comparative linguistics 


413 


English language 


423 


Other languages 


3 


Leyte Is. 


991.4 



5^7 

Liability 

Employer 

Insurance 
Liaison 

Military tactics 

Officers 

Military science 
Liberia 
Liberty 

Metaphysics 

Personal 

Religious 
Librarian 
Librarians 

Appointment and tenure 

Qualifications 

Salaries and pensions 
Libraries 

Acquisition of books 

And 

Civil service 
State 

Acquisition 

Architecture 

Army 

Arrangement of books 

Book selection 

Branches 

Cataloging 

Circulation and loans 

Classification 

Cooperation 

County 

For minority groups 

Founding 

General 

Governing board 

Government 
Agency 
Supervision 

International 

Labor unions 

Local clubs 

Location 

Merchant marine 

National 
Associations 



Index 





Libraries — (Continued) 




331.825 


National — ( CouHnued ) 




368.57 


Exchange of publica- 






tions 


021.85 


355.42 


Navy 


027.65 




Personnel 


023 


355.34 


Private 


027.1 


966.6 


Public 


027.4 




Relations 


021.7 


123 


Reference service 


025.5 


323.44 


Relation to schools and 




261.73 


museums 


021.3 


023.4 


Religious organization 


027.67 


023 


Rental 


027.3 


023.2 


Role in education 


021.2 


023.5 


School 


027.8 


023.8 


Semi-private 


027.2 




Special 


026 


025.2 


Staff 






VIeetings 


023.5 


023.2 


Rules 


023.9 


021.8 


State and regional as- 




025.22 


sociations 


020.623 


727.8 


Traveling 


021.6 


027.65 


Treatment of special 




025.8 


materials 


025.17 


025.21 


Universities and 




027.42 


colleges 


027.7 


025.3 


Welfare institutions 


027.66 


025.6 


Young peoples' 


027.62 


025.4 


Library 




021.64 


Administration 


025 


027.42 


Books Binding 


025.7 


027.63 


Buildings 


022 


021 


Classification and pay 




027 


plans 


023.8 


023.3 


Clubs 


020.6 




Commissions 


021.82 


027.65 


Exhibits 


021.4 


021.81 


Extension 


021.6 


027.5 


Finance 


025.11 


027.64 


Legislation 


021.89 


020.624 


Meetings 


020.63 


022.1 


Printing 




027.64 


Duplicating processes 


025.129 


027.5 


Publications 


025.12 


020.622 


Publicity 


021.7 



Index 



S68 



Library — (Continued) 

Rules for readers 024 

Science 020 
Service for handicapped 027.66 

Staff 023.5 

Support 021.9 

Libya 960.2 

Libyan 

Language 493.3 

Literature 893.3 

Libyanite language 492.9 

Lice 595,74 

License Department 352.8 

Licenses 

Motor vehicles 629.2 

Taxation 336.273 

Lichenes 589.1 

Lichens 589.1 

Lichtenstein 943.648 

Life 

Bridges 624.8 

Cycle Customs 392 

Ethics 179 

Future 237 

Insurance 368.3 

Origin 576 

Lifeboats 623.829 

Life-saving 614.81 

Equipment Navy 623.86 

Lifou Is. 993.3 

Ligaments 616.7 

Light 

And shade Drawing 741.4 
Lists Navigation aids 623.894 

Persona] hygiene 613.1 

Radiation Optics 535 

Solar 523.72 

Stellar 523.82 

Therapeutic use 615.8 
Values 

Physiological optics 535.6 

Zodiacal 523.5 

Lightcr-than-air craft 629.132 

Lighthouses 

Navigation aids 623.894 

Lighting 

Architectural planning 729.2 



Lighting — (Continued) 




Electric 


621.32 


Fixtures 




City planning 


711.6 


Design 


745.2 


Industrial buildings 


658.2 


Library buildings 


022.7 


Vlines 


622.4 


Schools 


371.62 


Stage 


792.02 


Svstems Design 


621.32 


Lights Automobile 


629.27 


Lightships 




Navigation aids 


623.894 


Lignin Plastics 


668.45 


Lignite 




Economic geology 


553.2 


Fuel technology 


662.65 


Mineralogy 


549.8 


Mining 


622.33 


Lignolite 


668.45 


Liliaceae 


584.23 


Liliales 


584.23 


Lilies 


584.23 


Lima 


985.2 


Limbo 


236 


Lime 




Culture 


634.3 


Fertilizers 


631.82 


Manufacture 


666.9 


Mining 


622.36 


Limestone 




Economic geology 


553.5 


Quarrying 


622.35 


Limited editions 


094 


Limoges Chinaware 


738.2 


Linaceae 


583.21 


Linares 


983.3 


Linden Forestry 


634.972 


Line 




And staff 




Business organization 


658.16 


Drawing 


741.4 


Electric transmission 


621.319 


Spectra 




Atomic physics 


539.8 


Linear polymer plastics 


668.423 



569 



Index 



Linen 

Table furnishings 
Textiles 
Lingerie 

Home making 
Manufacture 
Linguistic anthropology 
Linguistics 
Collections 
Comparative 
Linnquist, Hilding 

Painting 
Linoleum blocks 
Linotype 
Linquatulida 
Lip reading Education 
Liquefaction Coal 
Liquefied industrial gases 
Liqueurs 
Liquid 

Fuels Technology 
Lubrication 

Hydrodynamics 
Liquidation Accounting 
Liquids 
Mechanics 

Thermodynamic prop- 
erties 
Liquor 

Industries Economics 
Litanies 
Literary 

Composition 
Games 
Methods 
Style 
Literature 
Collections 
History 
Obscene 

See also specific litera- 
tures 
Lithium 

Inorganic chemistry 
Mining 
Lithographs 
Lithography 



Lithuanian 

642.7 Language 
677.1 Literature 

Republic 
646.4 Little 

687 Cup fungi 

572.8 Sisters of Poor 
400 Theater 

408 Tubers 

410 Liturgic 

Music 

759.8 Services Theology 

761.3 Liver 
655.28 Liverworts 

595.4 Livestock 
371.912 Breeding 
662.625 Care 

661.9 Diseases 

663.5 Control 

Treatment 

662.66 Loss Insurance 

Production 
532.5 Selection 

657.3 Living 

Conditions 
532 Laborers 

And Christianity 
536.42 Costs 

663 Matter 

338.17 Chemical properties 

783.2 Physical properties 

Standards 

808 Lizards 

793.7 Lizard's-tail family 
029 Llama fiber textiles 

808 Llanquihue 
800 Loalin 

808.8 Loan funds Students' 

809 Loans 
364.17 Bank 

Book 

Long-term 
Public finance 

546.3 Small 

622.36 Loasaceae 

763 Lobbying 

655.3 Lobefinned fishes 



491.92 
891.92 
947.5 

589.23 
271.9 
792 
589.23 

783.2 

264 

616.3 

588.3 

636.082 
636.083 

636,0894 

636.0895 

368.56 

636.08 

636.081 



331.83 

261.8 
339.42 

574.19 

574.191 

339.42 

598.11 

583.925 

677.3 

983.5 

668.423 

378.36 

332.1 

025.6 

332.66 

336.3 

332.35 

583.13 

328.36 

597.4 



Index 



S70 



Lobsters 

Fisheries 

Zoology 
Local 

Government 
Administration 
Departments 
Of various countries 

Taxes 
Locating surveys 

Railroad engineering 
Locke, John Philosophy 
Locker storage 

Food preservation 
Locks 

Canal engineering 

Locksmithing 
Locomotion 

Physiology 

Psychology 
Locomotives 

Railroad engineering 
Locoweeds 
Locust tree 
Locusts Crop pests 
Log reading 
Logging 
Logic 
Logistics 
Loja 

Lombard Kingdom 
Lombok 
London 
Long 

Hours Social problem 

Island 
Bahamas 
N. Y. 
Longitude 

Astronomical 

Ceodetic 
Longshoremen 
Long-term loans 
Loose sheet accounting 
Loran 

Electronic navigation 
Loranthaccae 



639.5 
595.38 



352 

352.1-.9 
352.03-.09 
336.28 

625.11 

192 

664.85 

627.13 
683.3 

612.76 
158.8 

625.26 

583.3 

583.3 

632.7 

623.892 

634.98 

160 

355.41 

986.62 

945 

992.3 

942.1 

301.46 

972.96 
974.72 

527 

526.6 

387.51 

332.66 

657 

623.893 
583.94 



Lord Howe Is. 

New South Wales 994.8 

Solomon Islands 993.5 
Lord's 

Prayer 226.9 
Supper 

Christology 232.95 

Sacrament 265.3 

Loreto . 985.4 

Los Angeles, Cal. 979.494 

Los Rios 986.63 

Lost books 098 

Lotto 795.3 

Louisiana 976.3 
Love 

Divine 231 

Psychology 157 
Low 
German 

Language 439.3-.4 

Literature 839.3-.4 

Temperature 536. 56 
Wages Social problem 301.46 
Loyalty 

Island 993.3 

Political science 320.158 
Lubricants Manufacture 66 5 
Lubrication 

Automotive engineering 629.255 
Liquid Hydrody nam ies 532.5 
Mechanical engineering 621.89 
Motor vehicle mainte- 
nance 629.287 
Lucite 668.423 
Luggage Manufacture 68 5 
Luke N. T. 226.4 
Lumarith 668.44 
Lumber 

Building industry - 691.1 

Grading 674.5 

Manufacture 674 

Mills Architecture 725.4 

Production 674.2 

Economics 338.47 

Storage 674.3 

Working 674.4 

Lumbering 674 



57^ 



Index 



Luminescence 

Luncheons 

Lung fishes 

Lungs 

Lupines 

Lute 

Lutecium 

Inorganic chemistry 
Luther, Martin 

Church history 
Lutheran Church 
Luxemburg 
Luwian language 
Luzon Is. 
Lycian language 
Lycopodiaceae 
Lycopodiales 

Botany 

Paleobotany 
Lydian language 
Lymph 

Lymphatic system 
Lynching 

Macao 

Macaroni 

Maccabees Apocrypha 

Machine 

Accounting 

Guns 

Shop practice 

Shorthand 

Tools 
Machinery 

Computation 

Farm 

Pneumatic 
Machining 

Metal manufacture 
Mackenzie River 
Macro-Otomanguean 

Language 

Literature 
Macro-Penutian 

Language 

Literature 
Macrura 



535.65 Madagascar 

642.4 Madhva Philosophy 

597.4 Madre de Dios 

616.2 Madrigals 

583.3 Madura 
787.6 Magallanes 

Magazine 
546.6 Advertising 

Illustrations 

270.6 Magazines 

284.1 Business management 

949.35 Editorial management 

491.99 Naval 

991.4 Magdalena 
491.99 Maggots 

587.9 Agricultural pests 

Magic 
587.9 ' Parlor 

561.7 Magma 

491.99 Volcanic materials 

616.15 Magnesite Mining 

616.15 Magnesium 

364.14 Fertilizers 

Inorganic chemistry 
951.26 Metallurgy 

664.75 Organic compounds 

229 Magnetic 

Methods 
657 Mining prospecting 

623.44 Ore dressing 

621.75 Particle testing 

653.3 Engineering materials 

621.9 Magnetism 

Animal 
510.81 Terrestrial 

631.3 Theoretical 

621.5 Magnetite Mineralogy 
Magnetochemistry 

671.35 Magnitudes Stellar 

971.22 Magnoliaceae 

Magnolias 

497.6 Magyar language 
897.6 Mah jong 

Mahabharata 

497.4 Mahra language 
897.4 Maidenhair tree 
595.38 Maids 



969.1 

181.48 

985.4 

784.1 

992.2 

983.6 

659.132 

741.65 

050 

070.3 

070.4 

359.7 

986.11 

632.7 
398.3 
793.8 

551.21 

622.36 

631.82 
546.4 
669.723 
547.8 



622.1 

622.7 

620.112 

537 

134 

551.16 

537.1 

549.5 

541.37 

523.82 

583.11 

583.11 

494.511 

795.3 

294 

492.9 

585.7 

647.2 



Index 



S7^ 



Mail 

Boxes Citv planning 711.6 

Delivery ' 383.1 

Order houses 658.872 

Rates 383.1 

Systems 383,4 

Transport 383 
Maillol, Aristide Prints 761 
Maimonides Philosophy 181.3 

Maine 974.1 
Maintenance 

Army 355.8 

Military 355.8 

Naval 359.8 

Majolieavvare 738.3 

Make-up 646.73 

Stage 792.02 

Malaehi O. T. 224.9 

Malagassy language 499.2 

Malaita Is. 993.5 

Malamine 668.422 

Malaria 616.9 

Malay language 499.2 

Malayalam language 494.8 

Maldive Is. 954.8 

Maldonado 989.51 
Male 

Genital system 616.6 

Sex functions 612.6 

Malleco 983.4 

Mallophaga 595.74 

Mallow 583.17 

Malta 945.8 
Malthus, Thomas 

Economic theories 330.15 

Population theories 301.32 

Malvaceae 583.17 

Malvales 583.17 

Mam language 497.8 

Mammals 599 

Malaya 959.5 
Man 

Anthropology 572-573 

Evolution 573.3 

Isle of 942.89 

Measurements 573.6 

Origin 573.3 



Man — (Continued) 

Prehistoric 571 
Relation to environ- 
ment 911 
Structural characteristics 573 
Theology 233 
Zoology 599.8 

Manabi 986.63 

Management 

Cooperative 331.15 
Employee representa- 
tion 658.315 
Farm 631 
School 371.5 
Universities and col- 
leges 378.1 

Manasses, Prayer of 

Apocrypha 229 

Manchu language 494 

Manchuria 951.8 

Mandates 

Colonial government 325.31 

Mandolin 787.65 

Manet, fidouard 

Painting 759.4 

Mangabeira 678.6 

Manganese 

Economic geology 553.4 

Fertilizers 631.82 

Inorganic chemistry 546.71 

Metallurgy 669.732 

Mining ' 622.34 

Mango Culture 634.4 

Manic-depressive psy- 
choses 616.89 

Manicure 646.75 

Manifolds Automobile 629.2 5 

Manitoba 971.27 

Mankind Sociology 300 

Mantises 595.72 

Manufactured 

Gas Technology 665.77 

Products Economics 338.47 

Manufactures 660-670 

Manufacturing industries 

Economics 338.4 

Manure salt Fertilizers 631.83 



Sll 



Index 



Manures 
Manuscripts 

Bible 

Bibliography 

Illumination 

Library treatment 

Preparation for publica- 
tion 
Map 

Drafting 

Making 

Cartography 
Military topography 
Topography 

Reading 

Military topography 
Maple 

Botany 

Forestry 

Sap Production 

Sugar Manufacture 
Maps 

Cartography 

Eastern hemisphere 

Library treatment 

Reproduction 

Stars 

Teaching aid 

Western hemisphere 
Maracas 
Maranhao 
Marantaceae 
Marathi language 
Marattiales 
Marble 

Economic geology 

Quarrying 
Marcasite Mineralogy 
Marchantiales 
Marcus Aurelius 

Philosophy 
Mare Is. 
Margarine 
Margin trading 
Marginal 

Lands Utilization 

Revenue and prices 



631.86 

091 

220.4 

091 

745.67 

025.171 

029.6 

744.4 

526.8 

623.71 

526.98 

623.71 

583.28 

634.972 

634.986 

664.1 

912 

526.8 

912.1 

025.176 

526.8 

523.89 

371.335 

912.2 

789.4 

981.2 

584.21 

491.4 

561.7 

553.5 

622.35 

549.3 

588.3 

188 
993.3 
664.3 
332.64 

333.7 
338.522 



Marianas Archipelago 996.7 
Marianas-Saipan language 499.2 

Marie Galante Is. 972.971 

Marimba 789.6 
Marin, John Painting 759.1 
Marine 

Animals 591.9 

Carnivora 599.745 

Corps 359.96 
Department of 

Defense 353.6 
Electricity 623.852 
Engineering 625.87 
Heating 623.853 
Insurance 368.22 
Plants Geographic dis- 
tribution 581.92 
Propulsion 623.87 
Refrigeration 62 3 .8 5 3 
Sanitation systems 623.854 
Terminals 

Architecture 725.3 

Transportation 387 

Ventilating 623.853 

Marinos 636.3 
Maritime 

Law 347.7 

International 341 . 57 

Provinces 971.6 

Warfare 341.36 

Mark N. T. 226.3 
Market 

Analysis 658.83 

Manipulation 332.64 
Markets 

Architecture 725.2 

Cooperative 631.18 

Security 332.6 

Marking systems Schools 371.26 
Marlinspike seamanship 623.88 

Marquezas Is. 996.31 
Marriage 

Counseling 301.426 

Customs 392 

Forms 301.422 

Preparation 301.426 

Prohibitions 301.422 



Index 



S74 



Marriage — (Continued) 




Masticating 




Rates 


312.5 


Physiology 


612.3 


Relations and Chris- 




Rubber manufacture 


678.22 


tianity 


261.8 


Mastigophora 


593.16 


Rites Judaism 


296.4 


Mastoiditis 


617.8 


Sacraments 


265.5 


Masts Nava 


623.86 


Statistics 


312.5 


Matagalpan language 


497.8 


Marsh marigold 


583.11 


Mate selection 


301.425 


Marshall Is. 


996.8 


Materia medica 


615 


Marshy land 




Material welfare and 




•1 

Reclamation 


627.5 


Christianity 


261.8 


Marsiliaceae 


587.3 


Materialism 


190 


Marsupials 
Martia 


599.2 


Materialists 






Apologetics against 


239.8 


T -aw 


3559 


Materials Engineering 


620.11 


J— JCl VY 

Songs 
Martinique 
Marx, Karl 


784.71 
972.982 


Vlaterials-handling equip- 
ment 
Maternity hospitals 
Materie 


621.86 
362.15 


Economic theories 


330.15 


Army 


355.82 


Vlarxian socialism 


335.4 


Military 


355.82 


Mary Virgin 


232.93 


Na\'y 


359.8 


Parents of 


232.93 


Mathematical 




Marylanc 


975.2 


Crystallography 


548.7 


Masbate Is. 


991.4 


Games 


793.7 


Masks Sculpture 


731 


Puzzles 


793.7 


Masonry 




Statistics 


311.2 


Adhesives Engineer- 




Theory 


519.9 


ing materials 


620.15 


Tricks 


793.7 


Construction 


693.1 


Mathematics 


510 


Structural engineer- 




Elementary education 


372.7 


ing 


624.18 


Tables 


510.85 


Vlasons 




Matins 


783.2 


Secret societies 


366.1 


Matisse, Henri Painting 


759.4 


Trade 


693.1 


Mato Grosso 


981.7 


Masque music 


782.9 


Matrices 


512.8 


Mass 




Matter 




Communication 


301.243 


Chemical structure 


541.2 


Music 


783.2 


Electrical properties 


537.2 


Psychology 


301.158 


Magnetic properties 


537.3 


Spectrometric methods 




Thermodynamic prop- 




Quantitative analysis 


545.8 


erties 


536.4 


Spectrometry 




Matthew N. T. 


226.2 


Nuclear physics 


539.74 


Maturity 




Massachusetts 


974.4 


Customs 


392 


Massage 


646.75 


Psychology 


136.5 


Therapeutic use 


615.82 


Maui Is. 


996.9 



SIS 



Maule 
Mauritania 
Mauritius 
Maya 

Architecture 

Civilization 

Language 
Mayaca 
Mayacaceae 
Mayaguana Is. 
Mayflies 

Mayoid language 
Mazahua language 
Mazatec language 
Mazdaism 
Mazein 

Meal planning 
Measles 

Measure theory Calculus 
Measures 

Standardization 
Meat 

Cookery 

Packing industry 
Economics 
Mechanical 

Drawing 

Engineering 

Music instruments 

Process Wood pulp 

Stokers 

Steam engineering 

Toys Manufacture 
Mechanics 

Of 
Gases 
Liquids 
Solids 

Tlieory of physics 
Mechanotherapy 
Mecoptera 
Medals 
Media 

History 

Research 
Mediation 

Industrial relations 



Index 



983.3 


: VIediation — ( Con tin w^d ) 




966.12 


International law 


341.63 


969.82 


Medical 






Bacteriology 


616.01 


722.91 


Climatology 


616.98 


972.015 


Corps 




497.4 


Army 


356.92 


584.3 


Navy 


359.99 


584.3 


Jurisprudence 


340.6 


972.96 


Meteorolog}^ 


616.98 


595.73 


Parasitology 


616.96 


497.4 


Practice 




497.6 


State regulation 


614.2 


497.6 


Sciences 


610 


295 


Statistics 


614.1 


677.47 


Sur\^eys 


614.1 


642.1 


Medicina 




616.9 


Plants 


633.88 


LIS 517.1 


Products 






Organic chemistry 


547.92 


389 


Medicinals 






Chemical analysis 


543.4 


641.6 


VIedicine 


610 


664.9 


Aviation 


616.98 


338.17 


Climatology and mete- 






orology 


616.98 


744 ■ 


Denta 


617.6 


621 


Experimental 


610.72 


789.7 


Forensic 


340.6 


676.12 


Industrial 


614.85 




Practice 


616 


621.183 


Preventive 


614 


688.7 


Psychosomatic 


616.08 




State 


614.2 




Veterinary 


636.089 


533 


A'ledicines 




532 


Administration 


615 


531 


Effects 


615 


530.1 


Nature 


615 


615.82 


Sources 


615 


595.74 


Superstitions 


398.3 


737 


VIedieva 
And modern Latin 




935 


Language 


479 


658.83 


Literature 


879 


^ 


Architecture 


723 


331.899 


Church history 


270.3 



Index 



576 



Medieval — (Continued) 

Descent Church his- 
tory 

Greek language 

Philosophy 

Sculpture 
Meditation 
Mediums 
Meetings Library 
Megaric philosophy 
Mcgoliths 
Mcistersingers 
Melamine-formaldehyde 

resin plastics 
Melancthon, Philip 

Church history 
Melanesia 
Melanesian 

Language 

Literature 
Melanite Ordnance 
Mellophone 
Melmac 
Melody 

Melons Culture 
Melting 

Foundry practice 
Membership libraries 
Membranophones 
Memling, Hans Painting 
Memorial Day 

Celebration 

Sermons 
Memorials Architecture 
Memorizing Music 
Memory 

Lapses 

Psychology 
Mencius Philosophy 
Mendelian law 
Mending 

Mendoza San Luis 
Meninges 
Meningitis 
Mennonites 
Men's 

Apparel 





Men's — (Continued) 
Clubs 




270.5 


Adult education 


374.21 


487.05 


Mensuration 


511.8 


189 


Mental 




734.2 
242 
133.9 
020.63 


Deficiency 

Social problem 
Functions Psychology 
Ills 


301.46 
153 


183 
571.9 


Psychological treat- 
ment 


131.32 


780.071 


Processes 






Abnorma 


132 


668.422 


Measurement 


152.8 


270.6 


Relation to body 
functions 


131 


993 


Telepathy 
Tests 


133.8 
151.2 


499.5 


Mentally 




899.5 


Deficient 




623.452 


Welfare services 


362.3 


788.3 


Diseased 




668.422 


Welfare services 


362.2 


781.41 
635.6 


Handicapped 
Education 


371.921 


669.24 


Menus Home cookery 
Mercantile rules 


642.1 
511.8 


027.2 


Mercantilists 




789.1 


Economic theories 


330.15 


759.9493 


Merchant Marine 


387.5 




Libraries 


027.64 


394.26 


Reserve 


359.37 


252.9 

725.9 


Mercury 

Economic geology 


553.4 


781.65 


Fulminate explosive 






Manufacture 


662.27 


154.5 
154.1 


Inorganic chemistry 
Metallurgy 


546.58 
669.7 


181.1 


Vlining 


622.34 


575.11 
646.2 


Organic compounds 
Mercy Sisters of 


547.8 
271.9 


982.6 


VIergers Production 


338.8 


616.8 


Merida 


987.1 


616.8 


Merit 


234.1 


289.7 


Rating 


658.32 


687.11 


System Prisons 
VIescalero language 


365.6 
497.2 



Sll 



Index 



Mesmerism 

Mesons Nuclear physics 

Mesophytcs 

Mcsopotamian region 

Mesozoa 

Mesozoic 

Era Historical geology 

Paleontology 
Mesquitc 

Agricultural pest 

Botany 
Messianic Christology 
Meta 

Metabolic disorders 
Metabolism 

Animal 

Human 

Plant 
Metal 

Casting 

Engravings 

Fabrication 

Fiber textiles 

Industries Economics 

Manufactures 

Products 

Scrap 

Sculpture 

Shingles 
Building construction 

Type Printing 
Metalcraft 
Metallic salt processes 

Photography 
Metallography 
Metallurgy 

Furnaces 
Metals 

Enameling 

Forming 

Hardening 

Heat treatment 

History 

Mechanical working 

Mineralogy 

Organic compounds 

Precious 



134 

539.72 
581.52 
982.2 
593.2 

551.76 
560.176 

632.58 

583.3 

232.1 

986.15 

616.46 

574.19 

591.13 

612.39 

581.13 

739 

765 

671 

677.5 

338.47 

671 

671.8 

671.9 

739 

695 

655.3 

745.5 

772 

669.016 
669 
669.8 

666.2 

671.3 

669.018 

669.018 

669 

671.3 

549.2 

547.8 

669.2 



Metals — ( Continued ) 
Precious — ( ConWrmQA ) 

Sculpture 739.2 

Structure 669.016 

Metalwork W^rought 739 

Metamorphic rocks 552.4 

Mctamorphism 552.4 

Metamorphosis 591 .3 

Metaphysics 110 

Theories 120 

Mctatheria 599.2 

Meteorites 523.5 

Meteorology 551.5 

Medical ' 616.98 

Meteors 523.5 

Meter Music 781.62 
Methane 

Gas Technology 665.7 

Organic chemistry 547.2 

Methodism 287 

Among negroes 287.8 

Methodist Church 287 

Methodology 112 

Economics 330.18 

Methods Scientific 161 
Methyl cellulose plastics 668.44 
Metropolitan districts 

Sociology 301.37 
Mexican 

Painting 759.972 

War 973.62 

Mexico 972 

City 972.5 

Mezzotints 766 

Mica Mining 622.36 

Micah O. T. 224.9 

Mice Husbandry 636.9 
Michelangelo, Buonarroti 

Painting 759.5 

Michigan 977.4 

Lake ^ 977.4 

Michoacan 972.3 

Microanalysis 

Quantitative analysis 545 
Microbiology 576 

Soil 631.46 



Index 



578 



579 



Index 



Microcards 

Library treatment 025.179 

Mierofilms 

Libran^ treatment 025.178 

Micronesia 996 

Mieronesian 

Language 499.5 

Literature 899.5 

Micropaleontology 563 

Mierophotography 778.3 

Biological techniques 578 

Crime detection 564. 1 2 

Library use 025.129 

Microscopes 535.8 

Microscopic 
Examinations 

Qualitative analysis 544 

Techniques Biology 578 

Microwave spectroseopv 5 39.1 

Microwaves 

Electromagnetism 537.12 

Middle 

Class Economic class 323.3 

East 958 

English language 427.02 

French language 447.02 

High German language 437.02 

Italian language 457.02 

Spanish language 460.02 

Midges 

Agricultural pests 632.7 

Zoology 595.77 

Midrash 296.1 

Midway 997.2 

Migration 

Animal 591.52 

International 325 

Migratory workers 

Employment 3 3 1 .67 

Mikmak language 497.3 

Mildews 

Agricultural pests 632.4 

Downy Botanv 589.25 

Powdery Botany 589.23 

Milesian philosophy 182 

Military 

Adaptations of peace- 
time techniques 623.7 



Military— (Continued) 

Administration 3 55.6 

Aeronautics 629.1 
Air Transport Service 358.44 

Airplanes 629.133 
Buildings Architecture 725.1 

Combat elements 355.31 

Command 355.33 

Communications 3 56.7 

Engineering 623.73 

Discipline 355.13 

Engineering 623 

Operations 623.6 

Defensive 623.3 

Offensive 623.2 

Equipment 355.81 

Installations 355.7 

Law 355.9 

Life and customs 355.12 

Logistics 355.41 

Materiel 355.82 

Mobilization 355.2 

Operations 355.48 

Organization 355.3 

Business manage- 
ment 658.16 
Personnel 355.1 
Public relations 355.9 
Reserves 355.37 
Science 355-359 

Service elements 355.36 
Societies 

American 369.1 

Non-American 369.2 

Special services 355.34 

Staff 355.33 

Strategy 355.43 

Supplies 355.88 

Tactics 355.42 

Topography 623.71 

Training 355.5 

Transportation 3 56.9 5 

Uniforms 355.14 
Milk 

Care of 637.13 

Industry 637.1 



Milk — (Continued) 

Public health control 

Substitutes 

Utilization 
Milkweed 
Mill, John Stuart 

Philosophy 
Millais, Sir John 

Painting 
Millcayae 

Language 

Literature 
Millet, Jean Painting 
Millets Culture 
Milliammcters 
Millinery 

Commercial 

Home 
Milling 

Machines 

Ore dressing 
Millipedes 
Mills 

Architecture 

Management 
Mimamsa philosophy 
Mimeograph 

Library use 
Minarets Architecture 
Minas Gerais 



Mind reading 
Mindanao Is. 
Mindoro Is. 

Mine 

Accident prevention 

Dangers 

Explosions 

Fields Military 

Gases 

Surveying 

Warfare 
Minean language 
Mineo-Sabean 

Language 

Literature 
Mineral 

Fats and oils 



Mineral — ( Continued ) 

Fiber textiles 677.5 

Foods Manufacture 664.4 
Fuels 

Economic geology 553.2 

Mining ' 622.33 

Industries Economics 338.2 

Land resources 333.8 

Resin plastics 668.45 
Veins 

Economic geolog}^ 553.1 

Water Deposits 553.7 

Mineralogy 549 

Chemical 549.13 

Descriptive 549.2-8 

Determinative 549.14 

Physical 549.12 

Soil 631.411 

Minerals 

Cohesive properties 549.12 

Electrical properties 549.12 

Geographic distribution 549.9 

Magnetic properties 549.12 

Metalliferous Mining 622.34 
Non-metalliferous 

Mining 622.36 

Optical properties 549.12 

Organic Mineralogy 549.8 

Physical properties 549.12 

Thermal properties 549.12 

Mines 

Air conditioning 622.4 

Drainage 622.5 

Lighting 622.4 

Management 622.17 

Military 359.94 

Organization 622.17 
Submarine Law of war 341.36 

Valuation 622.17 

Mingrelian language 494.8 

Miniature 

Automobiles Racing 796.72 

Cameras 771.3 

Gardens 635.96 

Mining 

Economics 622.17 

Engineering 622 



614.3 

637.18 

637.14 

583.7 

192 

759.2 

498 

898 

759.4 

633.1 

621.37 

687 

646.5 

621.91 

622.7 
595.6 

725.4 

621.7 

181.4 

652.4 

025.129 

726 

981.5 

133.8 

991.4 

991.4 

622.86 

622.8 

622.81 

359.94 

622.4 

622.1 

359.94 

492.9 

492.9 
892.9 

665.4 



Index 



s8o 



Mining — (Continued) 




Missouri 


977.8 


Laws 


622 


River 


978 


Operations 


622.2 


Mistletoe 




Prospecting 


622.1 


Agricultural pests 


632.5 


Types 


622.3 


Botany 


583.94 


Minister 


253 


Mites 


595.4 


Vlinistries Public service 


35L1 


Mithraism 


295 


Ministry 


261.15 


Mixe language 


497.4 


Minks Husbandry 


636.9 


Mixed drinks 


663.8 


Minnesota 


977.6 


Mixtec language 


497.6 


Minor prophets 
Minority 
Groups 
Education 


224.9 


Mixtecan language 
Mnemonics 


497.6 
154.1 


30L45 
37L98 


Mob psychology 
.VIobilization 

4 


301.158 


Representation 


324.22 


Army 


355.2 


Minstrel shows 


791.1 


Military 


355.2 


Minstrels 

Mint 
Botany 
Culture 


780.071 


Navy 
Mobs 


359.2 
364.14 


583.8 
635.7 


VIodeling 
Elementary education 
Fashion 


730 

372.5 
687 


Mints 




VIodels 




Financial economies 


332.4 


Aircraft 


629.131 


Miquelon 


971.88 


Basins 


623.83 


Vliraclcs 


231.7 


Hydraulic 


627 


N. T. 


226.7 


Motor vehicle 


629.2 


Miranda 


987.3 


Railroads 


625.19 


Miro, Joan Painting 


759.6 


Ships 


623.82 


Miscellanies 




Tanks 


623.83 


Collections 


808.88 


Trains 


625.19 


General 


082 


Modern 




History 


809.8 


American furniture 


749.21 


Vlishna 


296.1 


Architecture 


724 . 


Misiones 




Church history 


270.6-.8 


Argentina 


982.2 


English furniture 


749.22 


Paraguay 


989.21 


French 




Vliskito language 


497.8 


Furniture 


749.24 


V liski to-Ma tagalpan 




Language 


447.03 


Language 


497.8 


German furniture 


749.23 


Literature 


897.8 


Greek literature 


889 


Missals 


783.2 


History 


909 


Missiles 


623.451 


Indie 




Mission music 


783.7 


Language 


491.4 


Missionary societies 


266 


Literature 


891.4 


Vlissions 


266 


Italian language 


457.03 


Vlississippi 


976.2 


Painting 


759.06 


River 


977 


Philosophy 


190 



581 

Modern — ( Con tin ued ) 

Sculpture 

Spanish language 

West Iranian language 
Modifiers Synthetic rub- 
ber manufacture 
Modulators Radio 
Modulation Music 
Mohair fiber textiles 
Mohammedan 

Architecture 

Sculpture 
Mohammedanism 
Mohammedans 

Apologetics against 
Mohawk language 
Moisture 

Atmospheric 

Content of soils 

Relation to health 
Moldavian Republic 
Molding 

Foundry 

Plastics 

Rubber 
Mold-lofts 
Molds 

Agricultural pests 

Black 

Slime 

Water 
Molecular 

Phvsics 

Structure 

Physical chemistry 
Physics 
Mollusca 

Paleozoology 

Zoology 
Molluscoidea 

Paleozoology 

Zoology 
Mollusk-like animals 

Paleozoology 

Zoology 
Mollusks 

Paleozoology 



Index 





Mollusks — ( Con tinned ) 


735 


Zoology 


460.03 


Molokai Is. 


491.55 


Molucca Is. 




Molybdates Mineralogy 


678.722 


VIolvbdenum 


621.3843 


Economic geology 


781.3 


Inorganic chemistry 


677.3 


Metallurgy 




Monaco 


723.3 


Monagas 


734.5 


Monarchy 


297 


VIonasteries 




Libraries 


239.9 


Vlonastie 


497.5 


Architecture 




Orders 


551.57 


Monasticism 


631.43 


Monetary 


616.98 


Management 


949.85 


Standards 




Internationa 


671.23 


Of specific countries 


668.41 


Value 


678.27 


'VIoney 


623.83 


And prices 




Financial economics 


632.4 


Market 


589.28 


Orders 


589.29 


Paper 


589.26 


Theory 




Mongolia 


539 


Mongolic 




Language 


541.22 


Literature 


539.1 


Monitorial system 




Education 


564 


Aionkeys 


594 


Monks 




VIonk's-hood 


564 


Mono Is. 


594 


Monoblephariadaceae 




Monocotyledons 


564 


Botany 


594 


Paleobotany 




Monogamy 


564 


Monograms 



594 

996.9 
991.3 
549.7 

553.4 

546.75 

669.734 

944.949 

987.5 

321.6 

271 

027.67 

726.7 

271 

271 

332.11 

332.42 

332.43 

332.49 

332.41 

332.4 

332.41 

332.4 

332.1 

332.77 

332.5 

332.401 

951.7 

494.2 
894.2 

371.4 

599.8 

271 

583.11 

993.5 

589.26 

584 
561.4 
301.422 
745.6 



Index 



5S2 



Monographs 


040 


Monoliths 


571.9 


^Vlonomers 




Synthetic rubber manu 


- 


facture 


678.722 


Vlonomctalhsm 


332.42 


Monopolies Production 


338.8 


.Vlonopolistie markets 




Production 


338.523 


Monopoly Game 


795.3 


VIonosaccharides 




Organic chemistrj^ 


547.92 


Monotype 


655.28 


Monsoons 


551.51 


Monstrosities Human 


611.012 


Montana 


978.6 


Vlonte Carlo 


944.949 


Montevideo 


989.51 


VIonths 


529.2 


Montreal 


971.4281 


Montserrat Is. 


972.971 


Monuments 




Landscape architecture 


717 


Prehistoric 


571.9 


Moon 


523.3 


Moorish 




Kingdom 


946.02 


Language 


493.3 


Moquegua 


985.3 


VIoraceae 


583.96 


Moral 




Consciousness 


179 


Education 


377 


Theology 


241 


Judaism 


296.38 


Morale Civilian 


355.23 


Moravian 




Church 


284.6 


Language 


491.8 


Literature 


891.8 


Vlordants 




Commercial dyeing 


667.2 


Vlordvinian language 


494.5 


Morelos 


972.4 


Mores Social control 


301.152 


Morgues 


614.6 


Architecture 


726.8 



Mormon Church 
Morocco 

Spanish 

Morphology 

Animal 

Comparative linguistics 
English language 
Other languages 
Plant 
Morris Plan Banks 
Morse system 

Telegraphy 
Mortal sin 
Mortality Statistics 
Mortars 

Manufacture 

Ordnance 
Mortgage 

Companies 

Insurance 
Mortuary chapels 

Architecture 
Mosaics 

Ceramics 

Military topography 
Mosan language 
Mosques Architecture 
Mosquito language 
Mosquitoes 
Moss animals 
Mosses 

Botany 

Club Botany 

Landscape architecture 

Scale Botany 
Most-favored-nation clause 
Motels 

Architecture 

Management 
Motets 
Mothers 

Pensions 

Welfare services 
Moths 

Agricultural pests 
Motion studies 



289.3 

964 

964.2 

574.4 

591.4 

415 

425.1 

—51 

581.4 

332.35 

621.382 

233.2 

312.2 

666.9 
623.445 

332.3 
368.85 

726.8 

738.5 

623.71 

497.3 

726 

497.8 

595.77 

594.7 

588.1-.2 

587.9 

716 

588.3 

337.9 

728.5 

647.97 

783.4 

362.71 

362.71 

595.78 

632.7 

658.54 



5S3 

Motions 

Of earth 

Stellar 
Motivation 
Motor 

Courts Management 

Fuels Manufacture 

Functions Psychology 

Torpedo boats 

Vehicles 
Description 
Engineering 
Maintenance 
Models 
Operation 
Production 
Repair 
Motorboating 
Motorboats 
Motorcycles 
Motorcycling 
Motorized infantry 
Mounds 
Mountain 

Climbing 

Houses Architecture 

Troops 
Mountains 

Photography 
Movable Bridges 
Movements 

Acquired 

Innate 

Involuntary 

Voluntary 
Moving pictures 

Advertising 

And 

Adult education 
Libraries 

Cameras 

Photography 

Production 

Scenario writing 

Sound reproduction 

Teaching aid 
Mozabi language 



Jndex 





Mozambique 


967.9 


525.3 


Mucilages 




523.83 


Organic chemistry 


547.92 


159 


Muck Fertilizers 


639.84 




Vlucorales 


589.28 


647.97 


Mud-puppies 


597.9 


665.53 


Mulberry 


583.96 


158.8 


Vlulehes Erosion control 


631.45 


623.825 


Vlules 


636.18 




Multicellular animals 


593.2 


629.22 


Multigraph 


652.4 


629.2 


Library use 


025.129 


629.287 


Multiple 




629.2 


Dwellings 




629.28 


Architecture 


728.1 


629.23 


Stars 


523.84 


629.287 


Multiplication 




797.1 


Elementary education 


372.7 


623.823 


Vlultinational agreements 


337.9 


629.227 


Multivalued logic 


164 


796.6 


Munda 




356.1 


Language 


495.95 


571.9 


Literature 


895.95 




Municipal sanitation 


628.4 


796.52 


Murder 


364.15 


728.7 


Muriate of potash 




356.1 


Fertilizers 


631.83 


551.43 


Musaceae 


584.21 


778.9 


Musci 


588.1-.2 


624.8 


Muscles 


616.7 


158 


Muscular system 




158.43 


Animal 


591.47 


158.42 


Human 


616.7 


158.4 


Museums 


069 


158.5 


Acquisitions 


069.5 




Administration 


069.6 


659.14 


Architecture 


727.6 




Art 


708 


374.27 


Catalogs 


069.5 


021.4 


Circulation of materials 


069.1 


771.3 


Collections 


069.5 


778.5 


Educational function 


069.1 


792.93 


Equipment and sup- 




808.23 


plies 


069.3 


621.345 


Exhibits and collec- 




371.335 


tions 


069.5 


493.3 


Expeditions 


069.4 



Index 



S84 



Museums — (Continued) 

Guides 

Relation to libraries 

Work with ehildren 
Mushrooms Culture 
Musie 

And soeietv 

Appreciation 

Bibliography 

Boxes 

Competitions 

Composition 

Concerts 

Conservatories 

Criticism 

Dramatic 

Esthetics 

Festivals 

History 

Interpretation 

Library treatment 

Mechanical reproduc- 
tion 

Notation 

Performance 

Philosophy 

Principles 

Publishing 

Reading 

Music education 

Religious 

Schools 

Scientific theory 

Study and teaching 

Teaching methods 

Theory 

Value 

Writing 
Musical 

Comedies 

Form 

Instruments 

Revues 

Scores 

Library treatment 
Sound 



069.5 

021.3 

069.1 

635.8 

780 

780.07 

780.15 

78L97 

789.8 

784.5 

781.61-.63 

780.73 

780.72 

780.072 

782 

780.1 

784.5 

780.9 

781.65 

025.178 

789.7-.9 

781.24 

781.64-.67 
780.1 

781.2 

781.98 

780.77 

264 

780.72 

781.1 

780.7 

780.77 

781 

780.13 

781.24 

782.8 
781.5 

785-789 
782.8 

025.178 

781.22 



Musicians 780.071 

Musicology ygO 

Muskogee language 497.5 
Mussels 594.1 

Mustard Botany 583.12 

Mutation theory 575.01 

Mycology 589.2 

Mycophyta 589.2 

Myopia 617.7 

Myositis 616.7 
Myriapoda 

Paleozoology 565.6 

Zoology 595.6 

Myricaceae 553.974 

Myricales 533.974 

Myristicaceae 583.11 

Myrtaceae 583.4 

Myrtales 583.4 

Myrtle 583^4 

Mysidacea 595.38 

Mysis 595^38 
Mystical experience 

Religion 248 
Mythology 

Classic 292 

Comparative 291 
Teutonic and Northern 293 

Myxobacteriales 589.9 

Myxomycetes 589.29 

Myxophyceae 589.8 

Myzostoma 595.17 

Na-Dene 

Language 497.2 

Literature 897.2 

Nahuatl language 497.4 

Nahum O. T. 224.9 

Nails 616.5 

Manicure 646.75 

Najadaceae 584.7 

Najadales 584.7 

Najas 584.7 
Names 

Geographical 910.3 

Personal 929.4 

Naming Customs 392 

Nantucket Is. 974.497 



58s 



Index 



Naphthalene 

Manufacture 

Organic chemistry 
Naphthas Manufacture 
Napo-Pastaza 
Narcotics 

Effect on human body 
Narino 

Narratives Personal 
Narrow-gage railroads 

Engineering 

Transportation 
Nash, Paul Painting 
Nassau 
Nastic responses 

Plant physiology 
Natal 

Natick language 
National 

Airs 

Arts 

Cookery 

Customs 

Dances 

Defense 

Electric code require- 
ments 

Government 

Groups 

Social problem 

Guard 

Income 

Libraries 

Minorities Education 

Parks Natural lands 

Resources 
Conservation 

Social planning 

Socialism 

State 

Wealth 
Nationalism 

And Christianity 
Nationalist China 
Nationality 

And 

Citizenship 





Nationality — ( Con tinned) 




662.628 


And — (Continued) 




547.2 


State 


323.1 


665.53 


Nations 




986.64 


League of 


341.12 




Unitec 


341.13 


616.86 


Native Americanism Party 


329.5 


986.16 


Vativit}' 


232.92 


920 


' Natural 
Gas 




625.1 


Economic geolog}' 


553.28 


385.1 


Technology 


665.7 


759.2 


History 


574 


972.96 


Museums 


579 




Religion 


210 


581.18 


Resin plastics 


668.45 


968.4 


Resource products 


338.37 


497.3 


Resources 






Conservation 


333.72 


784.71 


Rights 


323.4 


709.1-.9 


Science Biblica 


220.8 


641.59 


Theology 


210 


390.9 


Wealth Distribution 


359.3 


793.31 


Naturalization 


323.62 


355.4 


Nature 






In art 


704.94 


621.328 


Of Man 


233 


321.02 


Philosophy 
Study 


113 


301.46 


Elementary education 


372.3 


355.37 


Nature-worship 


291.2 


339.3 


Naturopathy 


615.85 


027.5 


Nauru 


997.2 


371.98 


Nautical 




719 


Almanacs 


528 




Instruments 


623.86 


333.72 


Nautilus 




309.23 


Paleozoology 


564.5 


335.6 


Zoolog}- 


594.5 


321.8 


Navaho language 


497.2 


339.3 


Naval 




321.8 


Administration 


359.6 


261.6 


Air warfare 


359.93 


951.042 


Architecture 


623.81 




Artillery 


623.41 




Command and staff 


359.33 


341.51 


Engineering 


623.8 



Index 



S86 



587 



Index 



Naval — (Continued) 




Forces 




Military science 


359 


Forces Nlobilization 


359.2 


Installations 


359.7 


Law 


359.6 


Maintenance 


359.8 


Ordnance 


623.4 


Organization 


359.3 


Stores 


634.986 


Warfare 


359.9 


Navigation 


623.89 


Aids 


623.894 


Air 


629.125 


Celestial 


527 


Instruments 


629.15 


Tables 


623.894 


Navy 




Cookery 


641.57 


Department of Defense 


353.6 


Libraries 


027.65 


Yards 


359.7 


Nayarit 


972.3 


Nazareth Christ^s Life in 


232.92 


Nazism 




Economic system 


335.6 


German history 


943.086 


Government 


321.85 


N-dimensional geometry 


513 


Near East 




History 




Ancient 


935 


Modern 


956 


Nebalia 


595.38 


Nebraska 


978.2 


Necromancy 


133.4 


Needle point 


746.44 


Needlecraft 




Decorative art 


746.4 


Elementary education 


372.5 


Home processes 


646,2 


Neembecii 


989.21 


Negotiations 




International 


341.6 


Negroes 




Education 


371.974 



Negroes — ( Con tinned ) 

Employment 331.63 

Ethnic group 301.45 

Slavery 326 

Negros Is. 991.4 

Nehemiah O. T. 222.8 

Neighborhood planning 711.58 

Nelson River 971.27 

Nemathelminthes 595.13 

Nematoda 595.13 

Nematomorpha 595.1 3 

Nemertea 595.12 
Neo-Classicism 

Arts 709.03 

Sculpture 735.22 
Neodymium 

Inorganic chemistry 546.6 

Neo-impressionism 7 59.0 5 
Neolithic age Archeology 57 1 .2 
Neon 

Industrial chemistry 661.9 

Inorganic chemistry 546.29 

Tube Lighting 621.32 

Neoplastic diseases 616.99 

Neo-Platonism 186 
Neo-Platonists 

Apologetics against 239.1 

Neoprene 678.72 

Neo-Reahsm 190 

Neornithes 568.2 

Nepal 954.2 

Nephritis 616.6 
Neptunium 

Inorganic chemistry 546.6 

Metallurgy 669.293 

Nereis ^ 595.17 

Nerves 616.8 
Nervous 

Functions 574.1 

Animal 591.18 

Plant 581.18 
System 

'Animal 591.48 

Human 616.8 
Netherlandish 

Language 439.3 



Netherlandish — (Continued) 



Literature 
Netherlands 

Antilles 

Guiana 

West Indies 
Netsukes 
Nettles 
Neumes 
Neuqiien 
Neuralgia 
Neurology 
Neuroptera 
Neuropteris 
Neuroses 

Neutrality Law of war 
Neutrino 

Nuclear physics 
Neutrons 

Nuclear physics 
Nevada 
New 

Britain Is. 

Brunswick 

Caledonia 

Church 

England 

Georgia Is. 

Hampshire 

Haven, Conn. 

Hebrides 

Ireland Is. 

Jersey 

Mexico 

Orleans, La. 

Persian Empire 

Providence Is. 

Stone Age Archeology 

South Wales 

Testament 
Apocrypha 
Greek language 
Pseudepigrapha 

Year Celebration 

York 
City 

Zealand 



839.3 

949.2 

972.97 

988.3 

972.9 

736.6 

583.96 

781.24 

982.7 

616.8 

616-8 

595.74 

561.5 

616.8 

341.35 

539.72 

539.72 
979.3 

993.6 
971.5 
993.2 
289.4 
974 
993.5 
974.2 
974.68 
993.4 
993.6 
974.9 
978.9 
976.335 
935 
972.96 
571.2 
994.4 
225 

229.92-.95 
487.04 
229.92-.95 
394.26 
974.7 
974.71 
993.1 



Newfoundland 97 1 .8 

News writing 070.41 

Newspaper advertising. 659.132 
Newspapers 

Business management 070.3 

Editorial management 070.4 

In various countries 071-079 

Syndicates 070 

Newsreels Photography 778. 5 

Newts 597.9 

Nez Perce language 497.4 

Nicaragua 972.85 
Nicene 

Church 281.3-.4 

Creed 238 
Nickel 

Economic geology 553.4 

Inorganic chemistry 546.7 

Metallurgy 669.733 

Mining 622.34 

Nicknames 929.4 

Nicobar Is. 992.5 
Nietzsche, Friedrich 

Philosophy 193 

Niger 966.26 

Nigeria 966.9 
Night 

Clubs Architecture 725.7 
Schools 

Adult education 374.91 
Work 

Labor economics 331.81 

Niihau Is. 996.9 

Nile River 962 
19th century 

Painting 759.05 

Sculpture 735.22 

Niobium 669.7 

Nitrate of soda Fertihzers 631.84 
Nitrates 

Industrial chemistry 661.2 
Mineralogy 549.7 

Mining 622.36 
Nitric acid 

Industrial chemistry 661.2 

Nitrification of soils 631 .46 



Judex 



588 



589 



Index 



Nitrites 




Non-tax revenue 


336.1 


Industrial chemistry 


661.2 


Nootka language 


497.3 


'Vitrocellulose 




Norfolk Is. 


994.8 


Manufacture 


662.26 


Normal schools 


370.73 


Powders Ordnance 


623.4S2 


Norte de Santandcr 


986.12 


Process rayon 


677.46 


North 




Nitrogen 




America 




Industrial chemistn' 


661.9 


Geography 


917 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.17 


Geology 


557 


Organic compounds 


547.8 


History 


970 


Nitrogenous fertilizer ma- 




American 




terials 


631.84 


Languages 


497 


Nitroglycerin 




Literatures 


897 


Manufacture 


662.27 


Borneo 


991.1 


Vitrostarch Manufacture 


662.27 


Carolina 


975.6 


Nobel Foundation 


378.3 


Dakota 


978.4 


Nobility 




East Land 


998.1 


Economic class 


323.3 


Islanc 


993.1 


Education 


371.96 


Pole 


998 


Vogay language 


494.3 


Northern 




Noise contro 




Ireland 


941.6 


Aircraft 


629.18 


Rhodesia 


968.94 


Public health 


614.7 


Territory Australia 


994.29 


Nomination of candidates 


324.23 


Northwest Territories 


971.22 


Nominalism vs. realism 




Norwegian 




Church history 


270.5 



Languafre 


439.82 


Nomography Calculus 


517.6 


zj 

Literature 


839.82 


Non-alcoholic beverages 


663.6 


Painting 


759.8 


Non-Christian 




Philosophy 


198 


Calendars 


529.3 


Norway 


948.1 


Religions 


290 


Vose 


617.8 


And education 


377.9 


Nosology 


616.012 


Symbolism 


291.37 


Notaries 


347.96 


Non-electric quantities 




Notation 




Measurement 


621.37 


For blind 


781.24 


Non-electrolytic solutions 




Music 


781.24 


Theory 


541.373 


Systems 


781.24 


Non-Euclidian geometry 


513.8 


Notehanc 


653.2 


Nonferrous ores 


553.4 


Nova Scotia 


971.6 


Noninflammable fabrics 


677.6 


Novachord 


786.9 


Non-medical life insurance 


368.36 


Novae 


523.84 


Non-metals Mineralogy 


549.2 


Nuble 


983.3 


Non-represcntati\e goxcrn- 




Nuclear 




ment 


321.01 


Energy 


539.76 


Non-Semitic Asiatic re- 




Physics 


539.7 


ligions 


295 


Instrumentation 


539.77 


N^on-systcmatic zoology 


591 


Techniques 


539.77 



Nuclear — ( Con tin ued ) 




Nyava philosop ly 


181.4 


Properties 


539.74 


Nylon 




Reactions 


539.75 


Plastics 


668.423 


Structure 


539.74 


Textiles 


677.47 


Nucleic acids 




Nymphaeceae 


583.11 


Organic chemistry 


547.92 






Nueva Esparta 


987.5 


Oahu Is. 


996.9 


Nuevo Leon 


972.1 


Oak Forestry 


634.972 


Number 




Oats 




Concepts 




Botany 


584.8 


Elementary education 


372.7 


Culture 


633.1 


System Calculus 


517.1 


Feed 


636.085 


Theory 




Oaxaca 


972.7 


Algebra 


512.81 


Obadiah O. T. 


224.9 


Arithmetic 


511.2 


Obedience 


234 


Analytical 


518.5 


Obituary Sermons 


252.9 


Numbers 




Obi-Ugric language 


494.5 


0. T. 


222.1 


Oblates 


271.7 


Superstitions 


398.3 


Oblique projections 




Transfinite 


517.1 


Technical drafting 


744.45 


Numerical analysis 




Oboe 


788.7 


Calculus 


517.6 


Obscene 




Numerology 


133.3 


Language 


364.17 


Numismatics 


737 


Literature 


364.17 


Nunneries Architecture 


726.7 


Obsenational techniques 




Nuremberg trials 


341.41 


Astronomy 


522.6 


Nurse corps Navy 


359.99 


Obser\^atories 




Nurseries Management 


635.9 


Architecture 


727.5 


Nurserv 




Astronomy 


522.1 


Practice Forestry 


634.956 


Obstetrical nursing 


610.736 


Rimes 


398.8 


Obstetrics 




Schools 


372.21 


Medicine 


618 


Nurses 


610.73 


Veterinary medicine 


636.0898 


Nursing 


610.73 


Ocarina 


788.5 


Home 


649.8 


Occultism 


133 


Homes 


362.1 


Occupational 




Nutmeg Botany 


583.11 


Diseases 


331.822 


Nutrition 


574.1 


Social problem 


301.46 


Animal 


591.13 


Therapy 


615.851 


Applied 




Occupations 




Animal 


636.085 


Description 


371.425 


Human 


641.1 


Therapeutic use 


615.851 


Human 


612.39 


Occupied territories 




Plant 


581.13 


Administration 


341.32 


Vutritional disorders 


616.46 


Ocean 




Nuts Culture 


634.5 


Harbors 




Nyasaland 


968.97 


Transportation 


387.1 



Index 



590 



591 



Index 



Ocean — (Continued) 




Oils 




Island 


996.81 


Animal 


665.2 


Liners 


387.54 


Edible 




Marine insurance 


368.22 


Industrial chemistr>^ 


664.3 


Ports Transportation 


387.1 


Essential 




Routes 


387.52 


Organic chemistry 


547.92 


Oceania 




Mineral 


665.4 


Geography 


919 


Vegetable 


665.3 


Geology 


559 


O'Keeffe, Georgia 




History 


990 


Painting 


759.1 


Oceanography 


551.46 


Oklahoma 


976.6 


Oceans Physiography 


551.46 


Old 




Octopus 




Age 




Paleozoology 


564.5 


Diseases 


618.97 


Zoology 


594.5 


Insurance 


368.43 


Odd Fellows 


366.3 


Social problem 


301.46 


Odd-toed ungulates 


599.72 


Welfare 


362.6 


Odonata 


595.73 


Catholics 


284.8 


Odor removal 




Egyptian 




Water purification 


628.16 


Language 


493.1 


Oeno Is. 


997.21 


Literature 


893.1 


Offensive military engi- 




English literature 


829 


neering operations 


623.2 


French language 


447.01 


Offertory music 


783.2 


German Baptist Breth- 




Office 




ren 


289.92 


Administration 


651.4 


High German language 


437.01 


Buildings Architecture 


725.2 


Indie 




Employees Management 658."? 


Language 


491.2 


Equipment 


651.2 


Literature 


891.2 


Files 


651.? 


Italian language 


457.01 


Management 


651 


Latin language 


477.01 


Of Naval Research 


359.99 


Norse 




Organization 


651.3 


Language 


439.6 


Planning 


651.1 


Literature 


839.6 


Special materials 


651.6 


Prussian 




Officers Military 


355.1 


Language 


491.9 


Offset lithography 


655.3 


Literature 


891.9 


O'Higgins Chile 


983.3 


Saxon 




Ohio 


977.1 


Language 


439 


River 


976.9 


Literature 


839 


Valley 


977 


School Baptists 


286 


Ohmmeters 


621.37 


Spanish language 


460.01 


Oil 




Stone age 


571.1 


Gas Manufacture 


665.77 


Testament 


221 


Heating fuels 


697.6 


Apocrypha 


229 


Painting 


751 


Pseudepigrapha 


229.9 



Oleaceae 
Oleander 
Olefins 
Olfactory' 
Perception 
Sensation 
Oligochaeta 
Olimpo 
Olive 
Botany 
Culture 
Olivetan monks 
Olympic games 
Olympus 
Mt. 

National Park 
Oman 

Omnipotence of God 
Omnipresence of God 
Omniscience of God 
One-act play writing 
Onion 
Botany 
Culture 
Ontario 
Lake 
Ontology 
Onychophora 
Opal Mineralogy 
Open 

Air schools 

Hearth furnace practice 
Pit mining 
Roadstead ports 

Marine transportation 
Seas International law 
Operas 

Operation studies 
Operational methods 

Calculus 
Operations 

Joint military tactics 
Operative 
Destistry 
Surgery 
Operettas 
Ophiuroidea 



583.7 Ophthalmology 617.7 

583.7 Opisthobranch'ia 594.3 

547.2 Opposition Sociology 301.23 

Oppossums 599.2 

152 Optical 

152 Crystallography 

595.16 Instruments 

989.22 Design 

Use 

583.7 Phenomena 

634.6 Properties 

271.1 Rotation 
796.48 Properties of solutions 

Transmittance 

979.79 Opticians 

979.79 Optics 

953.5 Applications 

231 Electron 

231 Experimental tech- 

231 niques 

808.24 Geometrical 

Photographic 

584.23 Physical 

635.2 Physiological 

971.3 Theoretical 
971.3 Optometry 
111 Opuntiales 

595.5 Oral 

549.6 Interpretation 

Surgery 

371.917 Orange 

669.142 Culture 

622.3 Free State 

Orations Collections 
387.12 Oratorios 

341.57 Oratory History 

782.1 Orbits 

658.54 Celestial dynamics 

Earth 

517.7 Orchard grass 
Orchestra 

355.42 Music 

Composition 
617.6 With incidental vocal 

617.9 music 

782.1 Orchestras 

593.9 Orchestrion 



548.9 

535.3 
535.8 
535.89 
535.89 

541.374 

535.89 

617.7 

535 

535.8 

537.1 

535.89 

535.3 

770.1 

535.2 

535.6 

535.1 

617.7 

583.47 

808.54 
617.6 

634.3 

968.5 

808.85 

783.3 

809.5 

521 

525.3 

633.2 

785.1 
781.63 

785.2 
785.1 
789.7 



Index 



592 



593 



Index 



Orchids 




Botany 


584.15 


Culture 


635.93 


Orchidaceae 


584.15 


Orchidales 


584.15 


Orders 




Monastic 


271 


Of 




Clerg)' 


261.14 


Knighthood 


929.71 


Religious 


271 


Ordination 


265.4 


Sermons 


252.7 


Ordnance 


623.4 


Bureau 


359.7 


Department 


355.8 


Plants Naval 


359.7 


Oregon 


979.5 


Ore 




Dressing 


622.7 


Deposits 


553.1 


Extraction 


622 


Falls Mine dangers 


622.8 


Ferrous 


553.3 


Nonferrous 


553.4 


Organ 


786.6 


Instruction 


786.7 


Manufacture 


786.63 


Music 


786.8 


Repairing 


786.63 


Tuning 


786.63 


Organic 




Acids 




Industrial chemistry 


661.8 


Chemistry 


547 


VIethods and tech- 




niques 


547.01 


Preparations and re- 




actions 


547.013 


Compounds 




Industrial chemistry 


661.8 


Matter Soils 


631.43 


Minerals 




VIineralog\^ 


549.8 


Mining 


622.33 


Nitrogen resin plastics 


668.422 



Organic — {Co 


n tinned) 




Products 






Chemica 


analysis 


543.8 


Sulfur resin 


plastics 


668.422 


Organization 






Army 




355.3 


Military 




355.3 


Navy 




359.3 


Social 




301.4 


Organizations 


Church 


259 


Orient 




950 


Oriental 






Churches 




281 


Horses 




636.1 


Languages 




490 


Painting 




759.01 


Philosophy 




181 


Rugs 




746.7 


Original sin 




233.1 


Orion 




677.47 


Ornamental stones 




Mining 




622.38 


Ornithischia 




568.1 


Ornithology 




598.2 


Paleo- 




568.2 


Orology 




551.43 


Orozco, Jos6 


Painting 


759.972 


Orphanages 




362.73 


Orphans 




362.73 


Orrefors glass 




748.2 


Orsono 




983.5 


Ortega y Gasset, Jos^ 




Philosophy 




196 


Orthodontia 




617.6 


Orthogenesis 


E\olution 


575.01 


Orthogonal series 




Calculus 




517.2 


Orthographic ] 


Drojections 




Technical drafting 


744.45 


Orthography 




411 


English lang 


uaee 


421 


Other languages 


1 


Orthometric theory 




Precise spirit 


leveling 


526.36 


Orthonectida 




593.2 



Orthopedics 

Hospitals 

Nursing 
Orthoptera 
Oruro 

Oscillographs 
Osmanli language 
Osmium 

Inorganic chemistry 
Osmotic pressure 
Osmundaccae 
Osteichthyes 
Osteomyelitis 
Osteopathy 
Ostracoda 

Paleozoology 

Zoology 
Ostrogoths 
Ostyak 

(Samoyed) language 

(Ugric) language 
Otomangucan language 
Otomi language 
Otorhinolaryngology 
Ottawa 

Ottoman Empire 
Outdoor 

Advertising 

Cookery 

Life 

Photography 
Outer Mongolia 
Outlav^'S 

Crime 

Legends 
Out-of-print market 
Out-patient care 
Overpopulation 

Social problem 
Overtime 

Pay Wages 

Work 

Labor economics 
Overtures 
Oxidation 

Chemical engineering 

Organic chemistry 



617.3 


Oxides Mineralogy 


549.5 


362.43 


Oxygen 




610.736 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.2 


595.72 


Derivatives 




984.1 


Organic chemistry 


547.2 


621.37 


Manufacture 


661.9 


494.35 


Oysters 






Fisheries 


639.41 


546.9 


Zoology 


594.1 


541.373 


Ozark Mts. 


977.87 


587.3 


Ozocerite 




567.4 


Industrial chemistry 


665.4 


616.7 






615.82 


Pachytheca 
Pacific 


561.9 


565.3 


Islands 


997.2 


595.33 


Northwest 


979.5 


936 


Pacificism 


261.6 




Package research 


658.83 


494.4 


Packaging 


659.12 


494.5 


Packing 


658.7 


497.6 


Industries Economics 


338.17 


497.6 


Paddle fishes 


597.4 


617.8 


Pagans 




971.384 


Apologetics against 


239.1 


956.1 


Pageant music 


782.9 




Pageants 


791.6 


659.134 


School 


371.895 


641.578 


Painted achitectural deco- 




796.5 


ration 


729.4 


778.7 


Painting 




951.73 


Color theorv 


752 




Elementary education 


372.5 


364.14 


Fine arts 


750 


398.22 


History 


759 


655.56 


House 


698.1 


362.12 


A4aterials and methods 


751 




National schools 


759.1-.9 


301.46 


Periods 


759.01-.06 




Wood finishing 


698.3 


331.22 


Paintings 






Church esthetics 


247 


331.81 


Paints 




785.5 


Manufacture 
Mixing 


667.6 


660.28 


House painting 


698.1 


547.013 


Pakistan 


954.7 



Jndex 



594 



Palaces Architecture 


725.1 


Pancreas 


616.3 


Palau Is. 


996.6 


Pandanales 


584.61 


Palawan Is. 


991.4 


Pando 


984.4 


Paleichthyology 


567 


Panel 




Paleoasiatic 




Discussions 


374.24 


Language 


494.6 


Heating 


697.2 


Literature 


894.6 


Pangolins 


599.3 


Paleobotany 


561 


Panics Business 


338.54 


Paleoentoniology 


565.7 


Panjabi 




Paleography 


417 


Language 


491.4 


Paleoherpctology 


568.1 


Literature 


891.4 


Paleolithic age 




Panoramic cameras 


771.3 


Archeology 


571.1 


Pantheism 


212 


Paleontology 


560 


Church history 


270.8 


Stratigraphic 


560.17 


Pantomime music 


782.9 


Paleornithology 


568.2 


Pantopoda 


595.4 


Paleozoic 




Papacy 


262.13 


Era 


551.72 


Papago language 


497.4 


Paleontology 


560.172 


Papal schism 


270.5 


Paleozoology 562 


-569 


Papaveraceae 


583,12 


Invertebrate 


562 


Papaverales 


583.12 


Vertebrate 


566 


Papaw Botany 


583.11 


Palestine 


956.94 


Papaya Culture 


634.4 


Pali 




Paper 




Language 


491.3 


Fiber textiles 


677.5 


Literature 


891.3 


Grades 


676.2 


Palladium 




Hanging 


698.6 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.9 


Industries Economics 


338.47 - 


Palm 




Manufacture 


676.2 


Botany 


584.5 


Money 


332.5 


Culture 


634.6 


Products 


676.3 


Palmaccae 


584.5 


Work 




Palmales 


584.5 


Elementary education 


372.5 


Palmistry 


133.6 


Papercraft 


745.5 


Palo verde 


583.3 


Papua New Guinea 


995 


Palpigradi 


595.4 


Papuan 




Pamir dialects 


491.5 


Language 


499.1 


Pamphlets 




Literature 


899.1 


Library treatment 


025.172 


Para 


981.1 


Panama 


986.2 


Parables N. T. 


226.8 


Canal 


986.211 


Parades Customs 


394 


Zone 


986.211 


Paradise 


236 


City 


986.211 


Paraffin 




Panamakan language ' 


497.8 


Industrial chemistry 


665.4 


Pan-American Union 


341.18 


Organic chemistry 


547.2 


Panay Is. 


991.4 


Paraguari 


989.21 


Panchromatic photography 


778.6 


Paraguay 


989.2 



595 

Paraiba 

Parallax Stellar 
Paralysis Infantile 
Paramecium 
Parana 
Paranoia 
Parapsychology 
Parasitic 

Diseases 
Animal 
Human 
Plant 

Plants 
Agricultural pests 
Parasitism 

Animal 

Plant 
Parasitology 

Medical 
Parathyroids 
Paratroops 

Pardons Criminology 
Parent child relationship 
Parenthood Planned 
Paris 
Parish 

Halls Architecture 

Missions 
Park 

Buildings Architecture 

Department 

Lighting systems 
Parka 
Parking City planning 

Parks 

City planning 

Public Landscaping 
Parliamentary law 
Parochial schools 
Paroles 

Parrots Culture 
Parseeism 
Parsley 

Botany 

Culture 
Parsnips Culture 
Part songs 



Index 



981.3 


Parthia 


935 


523.81 


Particle detectors 




616.9 


Nuclear physics 


559.77 


593.17 


Particles 




981.6 


Fundamental 




616.89 


Accelerators 


539.73 


133.07 


Detectors 


539.77 




Parties 


793 




Partitions 




636.0896 
616.96 


Algebra 

Wood construction 


512.5 
694.2 


581.23 


Partnership 




632.5 
574.5 
591.5 


Business ownership 


658.1 


Production 


338.7 


Parturition 


618 


581.5 


Party 




581.5 


Conferences 


324.23 


616.96 


Lines Telephone 


621.385 


6164 


Platforms 


324.23 


W 1- W. 1 

356.6 


Politics 


329 


364.6 


Pashto 


491.5 


301.427 


Passenger ships 


623.824 


301.426 


Passifloraceae 


583.13 


944.36 


Passion 






Flower 


583.13 


726.4 


Music 


783.3 


266 


Of Christ 


232.96 




Passover Prayers 


296.43 


725.7 


Passports 


323.67 


352.7 


Pasteboard Manufacture 


676.2 


621.32 


Pastels Drawing 


741.2 


561.9 


Pasteurizing 


637.13 


711.7 


Pastor 
Pastoral 


253 


711.52 


Counseling 


253.5 


712.5 


Economy Archeology 


571.2 


328.1 


Life 


253.2 


377.5 


Psychology 


253.5 


364.6 


Theology 


250 


636.6 


Pasture 




295 


Forest utilization 


634.99 




Grasses 


633.2 


583.48 


Legumes 


633.3 


635.7 


Resources Utilization 


333.74 


635.1 


Patagonian region 


982.7 


784.1 


Patanjali Philosophy 


181.45 



Index 



596 



Patent medicines 




Public health control 


614.2 


Patents 


608 


Pathological diagnosis 


615.07 


Pathology 




Animal 


591.2 


Human 


616.01 


Plant 


581.2 


Patois 




English language 


427 


Other languages 


7 


Patriotic societies 




American 


369.1 


Non-American 


369.2 


Patriotism 


320.158 


Patristic philosophy 


189 


Patrol craft 


623.825 


Patronage Music 


780.07 


Pattern 




Making 




Clothing construction 


646.4 


Commercial garment 




making 


687.1 


Foundry practice 


671.23 


Sheet metal products 


671.821 


Shops Management 


621.7 


Pauropoda 


595.6 


Pavements 




Highway engineering 


625.7 


Pay-as-you-go income tax 


336.242 


Payroll 




Administration 


658.32 


Tax 


336.249 


Pavsandu 


989.53 


Peace 




Movements 


301.153 


Of Westphalia 


270.7 


Plans and movements 


341.1 


Theology 


261.6 


World 


341.1 


Peacetime techniques 




Military adaptations 


623.7 


Peach 




Botany 


583.3 


Culture 


634.2 


Leaf curl 


589.23 



Peanuts 




Botany 
Fiber textiles 


583.3 

677.47 


Pears 




Botany 
Culture 


583.3 
634.1 


Peas 




Botany 
Culture 


583.3 
635.6 


Peasantry Economic class 
Peat 


323.3 


Economic geology 
Fertilizers 


553.2 
631.84 


Fuel technology 


662.65 


Mining 
VIosses 


622.33 
588.1 


Pecan Culture 


634.5 


Pccopteris 
Pectin 


561.5 


Industrial chemistry 
Organic chemistry 
Pediatrics 


664.2 

547.92 

618.9 


Nursing 


610.736 


Pedigrees Tracing 


929.1 


Pediments 




Architectural design 


729.3 


Pedipalpi 
Pedodontia 


595.4 
617.6 


Pedology 
Peerage 


631.4 
929.7 


Pegging 

Foreign exchange 


332.45 


Pegmatites 




Economic geology 
Peiping 
Peirce, Charles 


553.1 
951.156 


Philosophy 
Pelecypoda 

Paleozoology 

Zoology 
Pelmatozoa 


191 

564.1 
594.1 
563.9 


Pelycosauria 


568.1 


Pen Drawing 
Penal 


741.2 


Codes 


343 


Colonies 


356.3 


Farms 


365.3 



597 

Penal — (Continued) 

Institutions 
Penance 

Pencil Drawing 
Penicillum 
Botany 

Therapeutic use 
Penitentiaries 
Pennell, Joseph Prints 
Pennsylvania 

System Prisons 
Penology 

In specific countries 
Pension trusts 
Pensions Economics 
Pentane gas Manufacture 
Pentateuch 

Pentecostal Assemblies 
Pentosans 

Organic chemistry 
Penutian language 
Peony Botany 
People's 

Guild Adult education 
Party 
Pep meetings 

Student activities 
Pepper Botany 
Peppermint Botany 
Peranemaccae 
Perbunan 
Perception 

Percussion instruments 
Perennials 
Botany 
Culture 
Performance Music 
Perfumery 
Perim Is. 
Periodicals 
Peripatus 
Perissodactyla 
Periwinkle 
Permian 
Language 
Literature 
Permutations 



Index 





Pernambuco 


981.3 


365.3 


Pcronospcrales 


589.25 


265.6 


Perry 


663.2 


741.2 


Persia 
Persian 


935 


589.23 


Architecture 


722 


615 


Language 


491.5 


365.3 


Sculpture 


732 


763 


Persona 




974.8 


Appearance 


646.7 


365.2 


Health 


613 


365 


School instruction 


371.76 


365.9 


Hygiene 


613 


368.37 


Income and wealth 


339.4 


331.25 


Distribution 


339.41 


: 665.77 


Liberty 


323.44 


222.1 


Life 


323.4 


289.9 


Names 


929.4 




S^arratives 


920 


547.92 


Prayer 


248 


497.4 


Property Private law 


347.3 


583.11 


Religion 


248 




Services Economies 


338.46 


a 374.22 


Wealth 


339.4 


329.8 


Personality 






And socialization 


301.12 


371.89 


Development 


137 


583.925 


Tests 


137.8 


583.8 


Traits 


137 


589.97 


Personnel 




678.72 


Armv 

J 


355.1 


152 


Department 




789 


Business management 658.3 




A'laintcnance 


658.312 


582.1 


Management 


658.3 


635.932 


Teachers 


371.14 


781.64-.67 


Military 


355.1 


668.5 


Naval 


359.2 


997 


Placement 


658.311 


050 


Public service 


351.3 


595.5 


Selection 


658.311 


599.72 


Termination of service 


658.313 


583.7 


Persons Private law 


347.1 




Perspective Drawing 


742 


494.531 


Perturbations 




894.531 


Celestial dynamics 


521 


512.5 


Peru 


985 



Index 



598 



Pest resistant constructior 


1 693.84 


Phenomena 




Pesticides 




Psychic 


133.93 


Agricultural use 


632.95 


Spiritual 


133.07 


Pet 




Philadelphia, Pa. 


974.811 


Birds 


636.6 


Philately 


383.22 


Cats 


636.87 


Philemon N. T. 


227.8 


Dogs 


636.76 


Philippians N. T. 


227.6 


Peter 




Philippine languages 


499.2 


N. T. 


227.9 


Philippines 


991.4 


I Islanc 


999 


Philo Judaeus Philosophy 


' 181.3 


Petition Right of 


323.4 


Philology 


400 


Pctroglyphs 


5717 


Philosophy 


100 


Petroleum 


• 


American 


191 


Coke Fuel technology 


662.65 


Ancient 


180 


Geology 


553.28 


British 


192 


Industries Economies 


338.27 


Chinese 


181.1 


Mining 


622.338 


Danish 


198 


Organic chemistry 


547.92 


Dutch 


199.492 


Products Manufacture 


665.53 


Elcatic 


182 


Properties 


665.52 


French 


194 


Refining 


665.53 


Gennan 


193 


Storage 


665.54 


History 


109 


Technology 


665.5 


Indian 


181.4 


Transportation 


665.54 


Italian 


195 


Utilization 


665.55 


Jewish 


181.3 


Petrology 


552 


Medieval 


189 


Pets 


636 


VIegaric 


183 


Pewter Sculpture 


739.5 


Milesian 


182 


Pezizales 


589.23 


Vlimamsa 


181.4 


pH Ionic equilibrium 


541.373 


Modern 


190 


Phacidiales 


589.23 


Norwegian 


198 


Phacophyta 


589.45 


Nyaya 


181.4 


Phalangida 


595.4 


Of music 


780.1 


Phallicism 


291.2 


Orienta 


181 


Pharmacology 


615 


Patristic 


189 


Veterinary 


636.0895 


Portuguese 


196 


Pharmacopeias 


615 


Pre-Socratic 


. 182 


Pharmacotherapy 


615.5 


Russian 


197 


Pharmacy 


615.4 


Samkhva 


181.41 


Phase 




Scandinavian 


198 


Meters 


621.37 


Spanish 


196 


Rule 




Spanish-American 


199.8 


Chemical thermody- 




Swedish 


198 


namics 


541.36 


Vaisesika 


181.4 


Pheasants Husbandry 


636.59 


Vedanta 


181.48 


Phenolic condensation 




Yoga 


181.45 


plastics 


668.422 


Phlebitis 


616.1 



599 

Phlox 
Phoenician 
Language 
Literature 
Phoenicians 
Phoenix Is. 
Pholidota 
Phonetic 
Alphabet 

English language 
Other languages 
Spelling 

English language 
Other languages 
Phonographs 
Teaching aid 
Records 
Catalogs 
Phonology 

Phosphate rock Mining 
Phosphates 

Industrial chemistry 
Mineralogy 
Phosphorescence Optics 
Phosphoric 
Acid 

Industrial chemistry 
Fertilizer materials 
Phosphorous 

Inorganic chemistry 
Photo offset 
Photochemistry 
Photocopying 
Photoelectric 

Cells Electronics 
Effects 
Photoengraving 
Photogelatin 
Photogrammetry 
Military topography 
Topographic surveying 
Photographic 
Chemicals 
Emulsions 
Nuclear 
Physics 
Laboratories 



Index 



583.76 


Photographic — (Continue* 


i) 




Materials 


11\ 


492,6 


Optics 


770.1 


892.6 


Projection 


778.2 


939 


Studios 


771 


996.81 


Washes 


771.5 


599.3 


Photographs Collections 


779 




Photography 


770 




Aerial 


778.3 


421.4 


Amateur 


770.2 


14 ' 


Animated cartoons 


778.5 




Applied 


778 


421.4 


Astronomy 


522.6 


14 


Color 


778.6 


789.91 


Moving pictures 


778.5 


371.333 


Graphic arts composi- 




789.912 


tion 


655.28 


789.913 


High speed 


778.3 


414 


Infra-red 


778.3 , 


622.36 


Metallic salt processes 


772 




Methods 


770.2 


661.2 ■ 


Moving pictures 


778.5 


549.7 


Slewsreels 


778.5 


535.65 


Panchromatic 


778.6 




Pigment processes 


773 




Scientific 


778.3 


661.2 


Sound films 


778.5 


631.85 


Special subjects 


778.9 




Stereoscopic 


778.4 


546.17 


Theory 


770.1 


655.32 


Trick 


778.8 


541.35 


Ultra-violet 


778.3 


778.1 


Photogravure 


655.32 




Photolithography 


655.32 


621.342 


Photomechanical tech- 




537.54 


niques 


655.32 


655.32 


Photometers 


522 


655.32 


Photometric methods 




778.3 


Quantitative analysis 


545.8 


623.71 


Photometry Astronomy 


522.6 


526.98 


Photomicrography 


778.3 




Photons Nuclear physic; 


> 539.72 


771.5 


Photostats 


778.1 




Library use 


025.129 


771.5 


Photosynthesis 


581.13 


539.77 


Phototelegraphy 


621.382 


771 


Phrasing Music 


781.65 



Index 



600 



Phrcnolog\' 


139 


Phycomycetes 


589.25 


Phycophyta 




Botany 


589.3 


Paleobotany 


56L9 


Phvgian language 


491.991 


Phy locarida 


565.3 


Phyllopoda 


595.32 


Physical 




Anthropology 


573 


Chemistry 


541 


Diagnosis 


615.07 


Education 


371.73 


Electronics 


537.5 


Geodesy 


526.7 


Geology 


551 


Mineralogy 


549.12 


Optics 


535.2 


Risks 




Labor economics 


331.82 


Physically 




Disabled 




Welfare services 


362.4 


Handicapped 




Education 


371.91 


Welfare services 


362.4 


Physicians 




Licensing 


614.2 


Reports 


614.1 


Physiocrats 




Economic theories 


330.15 


Physiognomy 


138 


Physiography 


551.4 


Physiological optics 


535.6 


Physiology 


574.1 


Animal 


591.1 


Human 


612 


Plant 


581.1 


Physics 


530 


Atomic 


539 


Molecular 


539 


Nuclear 


539.72 


Of solids 


539.2 


Theory 


530.1 


Physiotherapy 


615.8 


Phytoflagellatae 


589.97 


Phytogeography 


581.9 



Phytopathology 


581.2 


Piano 


786.2 


Instruction 


786.3 


Manufacture 


786.23 


Music 


786.4 


Repairing 


786.23 


Tuning 


786.23 


Piato language 


497.4 


Piaui 


981.2 


Picasso, Pablo Painting 


759.6 


Piccolo 


788.5 


Pichincha 


986.61 


Pictorial journalism 


070.489 


Picture 




Collections 




Library treatment 


025.177 


Language 


419 


Piers Construction 


627.3 


Piezoelectric 




Crystals 


537.55 


Effects 


537.55 


Pig iron 


669.141 


Pigeons Husbandry 


636.59 


Pigment processes 




Photography 


773 


Pigmentation 




Anthropometry 


573.6 


Pigments 




Industrial chemistry 


667.6 


Organic chemistry 


547.92 


Pigs 




Husbandry 


636.4 


Zoology 


599.73 


Pikas 


599.32 


Pile foundations 




Earth-work engineering 


624.15 


Piloting of vessels 


623.892 


Pima Alto language 


497.4 


Pina fiber textiles 


677.1 


Pinaceae 


585.2 


Pinales 


589.62 


Pinatype 


778.6 


Pine 




Botany 


585.2 


Forestry 


634.975 


Pineal bodies 


616.4 



601 



Pineapple 

Botanv 

Culture 
Pines 

Ground 

Isle of 
Cuba 

New Caledonia 
Ping-pong 
Pinks 
Pinnipedia 
Pinochle 

Pioneer Youth of America 
Pipe 

Fitting 

Line patrol Aircraft 

Threading 
Piperaceae 
Piperales 

Pipes Manufacture 
Piping Steam 
Piracy 
Pirates 
Pistols 

Pistons Automobile 
Pit dwellings 
Pitcairn Is. 
Pitch 

Music 

Perception 

Music teaching 
Pituitary bodies 
Piura 

Place names 
Placement 

Child welfare 

Services School 
Placer 

Deposits 

Mining 
Placodermi 
Plains Physiography 
Planarians 
Plane 

Geometry 
Surv^eying 
Planetary system 



Index 





Planets 


523.4 


584.3 


Planing 




634.7 


Vlachines 


621.91 




Mill operations 


674.42 


587.9 


Planned parenthood 
Planning 


301.426 


972.912 


Architectural 


729.2 


993.2 


City 


711 


796.34 


Social 


309.2 


583.15 


Plant 




599.745 


Anatomy Drawing 


743 


795.4 


Biochemistry 


581.19 


ca 369.4 


Biophysics 
Conveniences 


581.191 


696.2 


Employee welfare 


658.382 


629.18 


Cytology 


581.87 


621.94 


Diseases 


581.2 


583.925 


Ecology 


581.5 


583.925 


Embryology 


581.3 


671.83 


Genetics 


581.15 


621.185 


Gums 


• 


364.13 


Organic chemistry 


547.92 


910.45 


Histology 


581.8 


623.44 


Industries Economics 


338.1 


629.25 


Lice 


632.7 


571.8 


Morphology 


581.4 


997.21 


Pathology 


581.2 




Physiology 


581.1 


781.22 


Propagation 


581.16 




Plantaginaceae 


583.899 


780.77 


Plantaginales 


583.899 


616.4 


Plantain 


583.899 


985.1 


Plantation communities 


301.35 


910.3 


Plants 






Breeding 


631.52 


362.73 


Classification 


582-589 


371.427 


Fission 
Flowering 


589.7 


553.1 


Botany 


582.13 


622.3 


Paleobotany 


561.121 


567.4 


Fossil 


561 


551.45 


Geographic distribution 


581.9 


595.12 


Herbaceous 






Botany 


582.12 


513.1 


Paleobotany 


561.121 


526.91 


Injurious 


632.5 


523.2 


Vlilitary 


355.7 



Index 



602 



Plants — (Confinued) 

Mutual relationships 581.52 

Of specific countries 581.93 

Photography 778.9 

Relation to^ habitat 581.52 

Seed-bearing 582.1 

Seedless 586 

Structure 581.4 

Plaskon 668.422 

Plasma Blood 616.151 

Plaster work 693.6 

Plastic surgery 617.95 

Plasticizing 

Rubber manufacture 678.22 

Plasticity 

Iron and steel 620.173 
Tests 

Engineering materials 620.112 

Plastics 

Building material 691.9 

Engineering material 620.19 

Handcrafts 745.5 

Industries 668.4 

Manufacture 668.41 

Rubber-like 678.73 

Plate 

Girder and suspension 

bridges 624.7 
Glass 

Casualty insurance 368.56 

Making Printing 655.32 

Plateaus Physiography 551.43 

Plating 

Metal manufacture 671.73 

Platinotype process 

Photography 772 

Platinum 

Economic geology 553.4 

Inorganic chemistry 546.9 

Metallurgy 669.24 

Mineralogy 549.2 

Sculpture 739.2 

Plato Philosophy 184 

Plattdeutsch 

Language 439.4 

Literature 839.4 

Platyhelminthes 595.12 



Playgrounds 

City planning 711.52 

Planning 712.54 

School 371.61 

Plays School 371.895 

Pleadings Legal 347.92 

Plccoptera 595.73 

Pleura 616.2 

Pleuracanthodii 567.3 

Pleurisy 616.2 

Plexiglass 668.423 

Plotinus Philosophy 1 86 
Plum 

Botany 583.3 

Culture 634.2 

Pocket Botany 589.23 

Plumbing 696.1 

Legislation 696.9 

Plural voting 324.21 
Plutonium 

Inorganic chemistry 546.6 

Metallurgy 669.293 

Plymouth Brethren 289.92 
Plywood Manufacture 674.83 
Pneumatic 

Carriers 621.54 

Cleaning 621.54 

Machinery 621.5 

Tubes 621.54 

Pneumonia 616.2 
Poetic books 

Bible 223 

Pseudepigrapha 229.9 
Poetry 

Collections 808.81 

History 809.1 

Of Christ 232.99 

Religious 245 

Writing 808.1 

Poisoning Crime 364.1 5 

Poisons 615.9 

Chemical analysis 543.5 

Poker 795.4 

Pokonchi language 497.4 
Polabian 

Language 491.8 

Literature 891.8 



60"^ 



Index 



Polan 
Poland 
Polar regions 

Geography 

Geology 

History 
Polarimetric methods 

Quantitative analysis 
Polarimetry 

Astronomy 

Properties of solutions 
Polariscopes 
Polarographic methods 

Quantitative analysis 
Polemics 

Sermons 
Polemoniaceae 
Polemonialcs 
Police 

Department 

International 

Military 

Stations Architecture 

Work 

Crime prevention 
Policy Foreign 
Poliomyelitis 
Polish 

Language 

Literature 

Painting 
Polished stone artifacts 
Polishes Manufacture 
Polishing 

Metal manufacture 

Wood finishing 
Political 

Bosses 

Clubs 

Architecture 
U.S. 

Customs 

Ethics 

Geography 

History 

Machines 

Order and Christianity 



677.47 


Political — ( Con tin iied ) 




943.8 


Parties 






Other countries 


329.9 


919 


U.S. 


329 


559 


Prisoners 


365.4 


998 


Programs 






Labor unions 


331.893 


545.8 


Science 


320 




History 


320.9 


522.6 


Societies U. S. 


329.8 


541.374 


Sociology 


301.4 


535.8 


Songs 


784.71 




Struggles 


323.2 


545.3 


I'heory 


320.1 


239 


Politics 


320 


252 


Party 


329 


583.76 


Poll tax 


336.25 


583.76 


Polonium 






Inorganic chemistry 


546.2 


352.2 


Metallurg}' 


669.293 


341.65 


Polyacrylic plastics 


668.423 


355.13 


Polyamide fiber textiles 


677.47 


725.1 


Polyandry 


301.422 




Polyaromatic plastics 


668.423 


364.4 


Polychaeta 


595.17 


327 


Polyethylene plastics 


668.423 


616.9 


Pohgaleae 


583.14 




Polygamy 


301.422 


491.85 


Polyglot 




891.85 


Bible 


220.5 


759.3 


Dictionaries 


413 


571.2 


Polygonaceae 


583.917 


667.7 


Polygonalcs 


583.917 




Polyisobutylcne 


678.73 


671.72 


Polymerization 




698.3 


Organic chemistry 
Synthetic rubber manu- 


547.013 


329.02 


facture 
Polymers 


678.722 


728.4 


Organic chemistry 


547.92 


329.8 


Polymorphism 




394 


Crystallography 


548.3 


177 


Polynesia 


996 


911.2 


Polynesian 




900 


Language 


499.4 


329.02 


Literature 


899.4 


261.7 


Polyolefin plastics 


668.423 



Index 



604 



Polyps Hydroid 


593.7 


Polypodiaceae 


587.3 


Polysaccharides 




Organic chemistry 


547.92 


Poly\^inyl 




Alcohol linear poly- 




mer plastics 


668.423 


Ester linear polymer 




elastics 


668.423 


Polyzoa 


594.7 


Ponape Is. 


996.6 


Ponce de Leon, Juan 




Voyages 


973.16 


Pond scum Botany 


589.47 


Ponies Husbandry 


636.1 


Ponta Pora Federal Ter- 




ritory 


981.7 


Pontoon Bridges 


624.8 


Pools 




Landscape architecture 


714 


Poor 




Little Sisters of the 


271.9 


Welfare services 


362.5 


Poplar Forestry 


634.972 


Popoloca language 


497.6 


Poppies 


583.12 


Popular 




Astronomy 


523 


Songs 


784.61 


Population 




Balance 


301.32 


Characteristics 


312.9 


Composition 


301.323 


Control Eugenics 


301.323 


Decrease 


312.8 


Distribution 


312.9 


Social problem 


301.46 


Increase 


312.8 


Mobility 


312.8 


Quality 


301.323 


Theories and problems 


301.32 


Transfer 


325.21 


Populist Party 


329.8 


Porcelain 




Ceramics 


738.2 


Enamels Manufacture 


666.2 


Manufacture 


666.3 



Porcupines 


599.32 


Porifera 




Paleozoology 


563.4 


Zoology 


593.4 


Porpoises 


599.5 


Port 




Charges 




Marine transportation 


387.11 


Cities City planning 


711.45 


Engineering 


627.3 


Guides 




Marine transportation 


387.11 


Regulations 




Marine transportation 


387.11 


Portal to portal pay 


331.22 


Porter 


663.4 


Portfolios Art 


704.94 


Portinari, Beatrice 




Painting 


759.98 


Portland, Me. 


974.191 


Portraits 




Miniature Painting 


757 


Painting 


757 


Photography 


778.9 


Ports 




Free 


387.13 


Individual 


387.12 


Inland 


386.8 


Ocean 


387.1 


Portulaceae 


583.15 


Portugal 


946.9 


Portuguesa 


987.4 


Portuguese 




Furniture 


749.26 


Guinea 


966.57 


Language 


469 


Literature 


869 


Philosophy 


196 


Positional astronomy 


526.6 


Positrons 




Nuclear physics 


539.72 


Posology 




Veterinary medicine 


636.0895 


Post 




Classical Latin Lan- 





guage 



477.03 



60s 

Post — (Continued) 
Office Department 
Offices Architecture 

Postage stamps 

Postal 

Communication 

Savings banks 
Services 
Systems 

In specific countries 
Poster 
Art 
Work 

Elementary education 
Posters Advertising 
Posting Bookkeeping 
Post-Marxian socialism 
Post-Nicene church 
Postoperative care 
Posts Military 
Posture 
Potash 

Fertilizer materials 
Salt Mining 
Chloride Fertilizers 
Potassium 
Hydroxide 

Industrial chemistry 
Inorganic chemistry 
Potatoes Culture 
Potentiometers 
Potentiometric methods 

Quantitative analysis 
Potosi 
Potters' 
Art 
Marks 
Pottery 
Ceramics 
Manufacture 
Pouched mammals 
Poultry 

H ouses Architecture 
Husbandry 
Manure 
Poussin, Nicolas 
Painting 



Index 



353.4 
725.1 
383.2 

383 

332.22 

383.1 

383.4 

383.49 

741.67 

372.5 

659.134 

657.2 

335.5 

281.4 

617.9 

355.7 

613.7 

631.83 
622.36 
631.83 



661.2 
546.3 
635.2 
621.37 

545.3 
984.1 

738 
738 

738.3 
666.3 
599.2 

728.9 
636.5 
631.86 

759.4 



Powder metallurgy 
Po\vder\' mildews 
Power 

Factor meters 
Machinery Farm 
Measurement 
Electricity 
Plants 
Aircraft 
Automobile 
Casualty insurance 
Other than steam 
Steam 
Transmission 
City planning 
Machinery 
Yachts 
Practical nurses 
Practice schools 
■ Praeseodymium 
Pragmatic logic 
Pragmatism 
Prairie provinces 
Prairies Physiography 

Prakrit 
Language 
Literature 
Prayer 
Books 
Meetings 
Of Manasses 
Apocrypha 
Personal 
Superstitions 
Prayers Judaism 
Preachers 
Preaching 
Precambrian eras 
Precedence of rank 
Precious 
Metals 
Sculpture 
Stone industries 

Economics 
Stones Carving 
Economic geology 



671.37 
589.23 

621.37 
631.37 

621.37 

629.1435 

629.25 

368.56 

621.49 

621.19 

711.8 

621.8 

623.824 

610.73 

370.73 

546.6 

164 

190 

971.2 

551.45 

491.3 

891.3 

264.1 

264 

264 

229 

248 

398.3 

296.43 

253 

251 

551.71 

929.7 

669.2 
739.2 

338.27 

736.2 

553.8 



Index 



606 



Precious — ( Con finned ) 

Engraving 736.2 

Mining 622.38 

Precipitation Meterology 551.573 

Precise spirit leveling 526.36 

Precision drawing 744 
Predation 

Animal ecolog\' 591.5 
Predestination and free 

will 234 

Predictions Superstitions 398.3 

Preferential tariff 337.9 

Pregnancy 618 
Prehistoric 

Art 571.7 

Man 571 

Shelter 571.8 

Structures 571.9 

Pre-marital sex relations 301.424 

Preoperative care 617.9 

Preparation for marriage 301.426 

Preparatory schools 373 

Presbyterian Church 285 

American 285.1 

British Empire 285.2 

Presbyterianism 285 
Presentation of Christ 

in temple 232,92 

Preserving 664.83 
President 

U. S. government 353.03 
Presidential campaigns 

U. S. 329.01 

Pre-Socratic philosophy 182 

Press 070.1 

And state 070.13 

Associations 070 

Books 015 

Censorship 070.13 

Freedom 323.44 

Influence 070.1 

Laws . 070.13 

Pressed glass 748.2 

Presses Hydraulic 62 1 .2 
Pressing 

Metal manufacture 671.33 



Pressure 




Atmospheric 


551.54 


Cookery 


641.58 


Hydrostatics 


532.2 


Vapor 


533.12 


Prestidigitation 


793.8 


Preventive 




Medicine 


614 


Veterinary 


636.0894 


Police work 


364.4 


Price 




Determination 


338.52 


Levels 


338.528 


Movements 


338.528 


And money 


332.41 


Prices 




Economics 


338.5 


Government regulation 


338.526 


Interrelationship 


338.522 


Prickly pear 




Agricultural pest 


632.58 


Priesthood 




Comparative mythology 


291 


Priests 


253 


Primaries 


324.23 


Primary 




Batteries 


621.35 


Schools 


372.24 


Primates 


599.8 


Primers Manufacture 


662.28 


Primitive 




Church 


281 


Painting 


759.01 


Sculpture 


732.2 


Society 


572.7 


Primrose 


583.67 


Primulaceae 


583.67 


Primulales 


583.67 


Prince 




Charles Foreland 


998.1 


Edward Is. 


971.7 


Princes Education 


371.96 


Principe 


966.99 


Print making 


760 


Printing 


655.1 


Elementary education 


372.5 


Industry 


655.1-.3 



60J 



Index 



Printing — ( Contin ued ) 

Library 025.12 

Materials Photography 771.5 

Music 781.98 

Paper Manufacture 676.2 

Photographic method 770.2 

Plants Management 655 
Presses 

History 655.4 

Private 094 

Processes 655.3 

Rare 094 

Telegraphy 621 .382 

Printon 778.6 

Prints 760 

Collections 769 

Library treatment 025.177 

Priories Architecture 726.7 

Priorities 

Industrial mobilization 3 5 5.26 

Prison 

Clinics 365.66 

Discipline 365.6 

Education 365.66 

Hospitals 365.66 

Inmates Employment 365.65 

Labor 365.65 

Laboratories 365.66 

Management 365 

Punishment 365.6 

Recreation 365.66 

Schools 365.66 
Social work ' 365.66 

Systems 365.2 

Welfare work 365.66 

Prisoners 

Classification 365.6 

Employment 365.65 

Escapes 365.6 

Fingerprinting 365.6 

Of war 355.1 

International law 341.33 

Photographing 365.6 

PoHtical 365.4 

Reception 365.6 

Release 365.6 

Treatment 365.6 



Prisons 365.3 

Architecture 725.6 

Libraries 027.66 

Military 355.7 

Nursing 610.733 

Special 365.4 

Private 

Duty nursing 610.732 
Enterprise and govern- 
ment 322 
Finance 332 
Land 333.3 
Law 347 

International . 34 1 . 59 

Libraries 027.1 

Press books 094 

Social agencies 361.7 

Privateering 

Maritime warfare 341.36 

Privateers 623.821 

Prize fighting 796.83 

Prizes 

Of war 341.36 

School 371.53 

Probability 519 
History 519.1 
Philosophical founda- 
tions 519.1 

Probation 364.6 

Juvenile 364.63 

Problem 

Children Education 371.93 

Method Teaching 371.36 

Problems 

Elementary education 372.7 
Proboscidea 599.61 

Process color printing 655.32 
Processionals Customs 394 
Proctology 616.3 

Procurement Military 3 55.8 

Product 

Research 658.83 

Simplification 658.51 

Standardization 658.51 

Producer gas 

Manufacture 66 5 .77 



Index 



608 



609 



Index 



Production 

Agricultural ^"58.1 

Control Economic ^^8 

Factory 658.51 

Cooperative 334.6 

Credit Corporation 332.31 

Economics 338 
Factory management 658.5 

Freedom 338 

Large-scale 338.8 

Organization 338.7 

Planning 338 

Systems 338.6 

Professional 

Education 378.99 

Nurses 610.73 
Services Economics 338.46 

Professions Writing 808.06 

Profiles 

Military 355.3 

Naval 359.3 

Profit and loss 

Accounting 657.3 

Program notes Music 780.15 

Progress Theory 30 1 .24 

Progressive 

Party of 1912 329.6 

System Prisons 365.2 

Teaching 371.36 

Prohibited books 098 

Prohibition party 329.8 
■ Project method 

Teaching 371.36 

Projectiles 623.451 

Motion 623.53 

Projection 

Photographic 778.2 

Tests 1 37.8 

Projective geometry 516.5 

Projector 

Screens 778.2 

Teaching aid 371.335 

Projectors 778.2 

Proletariat 

Economic class 323.3 

Social status 301.44 

Prometheum 546.6 



Promissory notes 


332.77 


Promotion 




Personnel management 


658.312 


School administration 


371.28 


Pronunciation 




English language * 


421.5 


Musical voice training 


784.93 


Other languages 


15 


Proofreading 


655.2 


Propaganda 




Social control 


301.152 


Propagation 




Crop production 


651.5 


Radio waves 


621.3841 


Propane gas 




Manufacture 


665.77 


Propcllants 




Manufacture 


662.26 


Ordnance 


623.452 


Propellers 




Airplane 


629.1436 


Vlarine 


623.873 


Property 




In war 


341.32 


Personal Private law 


347.3 


Real Private law 


347.2 


Right of 


323.4 


Tax 




Classified 


336.21 


General 


336.21 


Personal 


336.23 


Real 


336.22 


Prophecies 




Bible 


220.15 


Messianic 


232.1 


Occult 


133.3 


Prophetic books 




Bible 


224 


Pseudepigrapha 


229.9 


Prophets Minor 


224.9 


Propionate cellulose plas- 




tics 


668.44 


Proportion Drawing 


741.4 


Proportional representa- 




tion 


324.22 


Proprietary libraries 


027.2 



Proprietorship 

Business ownership 
Propulsion 

Machinery Marine 

Shafting 

Marine engines 
Proslavery 
Prosobranchia 
Prosody 
Prospecting 

Aircraft use 

Economic geology 

Mining 

Petroleum mining 
Prostatitis 

Prosthetic dentistry 
Prostitution 
Proteacea 
Proteales 
Protective 

Coloration 

Devices 
Aircraft 
Electric 
Protein 

Fiber textiles 

Plastics 

Synthesis 

Plant physiology 
Proteins 

Organic chemistry 

Proterozoic era 
Protestant 

Brotherhoods 

Episcopal Church 

Revolt 

Sisterhoods 
Protestantism 
Protoactinium 

Inorganic chemistry 
Protons Nuclear physics 
Protoplasm Microbiolog)' 
Prototheria 
Protozoa 

Paleozoology 

Zoology 
Protozoology 



Protura 
658.1 Provengal 

Language 
623.87 Literature 

Proverbs 
623.873 Folklore 

326 O. T. 

594.3 Providence, R. I. 

808.1 Provincial court system 

Proving grounds Navy 
629.18 Provost Marshal 

553 Psalms O. T. 

622.1 Commentaries 

622.338 Liturgical use 

616.6 Metrical versions 

617.6 Pseudepigrapha Bible 

30 1 .424 Pseudoneuroptcra 

583.93 Pseudonymous works 

583.93 Bibliographies 

Pseudopsychology 

591.5 Pseudoscorpiones 
Psilophytales 

629.144 Psilophyton 

621.328 Psocids 

Psychiatric nursing 
677.47 Psychiatry 

668.43 Psychic phenomena 

Psychical research 
581.13 Psychoanalysis 

Schools 
547.92 Psychological 

551.71 Research 

Tests 

271.8 Warfare 

283 Psychology 

270.6 Abnormal 
271.98 Adolescent 

284 Adult 

Animal 

546.6 Application 

539.72 Applied 
576.2 Character 
599.1 Child 

Clinical 
563.1 Comparative 

593.1 Differential 

593.1 Educational 



595.71 

449 
849 

398.9 

223.7 

974.52 

347.98 

359.7 

355.13 

223.2 

223.6 

223.5 

223.5 

229 

595.73 

014 

133-135 

595.4 

561 7 

561.7 

595.73 

610.736 

616.89 

133.93 

133.07 

131.34 

131.34 

150.72 

151.2 

355.42 

150 

132 

136.73 

136.5 

151.3 

150.13 

150.13 

137 

136.7 

131.3 

151.3 

13^139 

370.15 



Index 



610 



Psychology — ( Con tinned ) 




Publ ic — ( Con timi ed ) 




Environmental 


136.2 


Domain 


333.72 


Evolutionary 


136.3 


Education 


379.1 


Experimental 


150.72 


Administration 


379.15 


Fields 


130 


Facilities 




Folk 


136.4 


Centralization 


379.175 


Genetic 


136 


Federal 




Gestalt 


150.19 


Aid 


379.12 


Individual 


137 


Control 


379.151 


Infant 


136.71 


Supervision 


379.151 


Of 




Financial administra- 




Vlusic 


781.1 


tion 


379.11 


Salesmanship 


658.85 


History 


379.4-.9 


Pastoral 


253.5 


Laws 


379.14 


Racial 


136.4 


Legislation 


379.14 


Rationa 


150.1 


Local 




Religious 


201.6 


Administration 


379.153 


Sex 


136.1 


Organization 


379.153 


Social 


301.1 


Support 


379.13 


Study and teaching 


150.7 


Organization 


379.15 


Systems 


150.19 


Rural areas 


379.173 


Theories 


150.1 


State 




Psychometry 


152.8 


Administration 


379.152 


Psych ophysics 


152.8 


Aid 


379.12 


Psych ophysiology 


131 


Organization 


379.152 


Psychoses 


616.89 


Textbook control 


379.156 


Psychosomatic medicine 


616.08 


Elementary education 


379.17 


Psychosomatics 


131 


Expenditures 


336.39 


Psychotherapy 


131.32 


Fetes 


791 


Pt boats 


623.825 


Finance 


336 


Pteridophytes 

1. ^ 




In specific countries 


336.4 


Botany 


587 


Health 


614 


Paleobotany 


561.7 


Department 


352.4 


Pteridosperms 


561.5 


Nursing 


610.734 


Pterob ranch ia 


596 


Veterinary medicine 


636.0894 


Pterosauria 


568.1 


Housing Authority 


332.32 


Puberty Psychology 


136.73 


Institutions of higher 




Public 




learning 


379.16 


Accounting 


657.6 


Land 


333.1 


Accounts 


336.39 


Libraries 


027.4 


Address systems 


621.389 


Branches 


027.42 


Administration 


350 


Lighting systems 




Problems 


351 


Design 


621.32 


Affairs Sermons 


252.6 


Opinion Social contro 


301.152 


Buildings 




Parks 




Architecture 


725 


Landscape design 


712.5 


Care 


647.96 


Recreational facilities 


712.54 



611 



Index 



Public — ( Con tin ued ) 
Property sale Revenue 
Relations 

Church 

Libraries 

Military' 

University and college 
Secondary education 

Service 

Administration 
Bureaus 
Control 
Employment 
Job analysis and clas- 
sification 
Organizations 
Personnel 
Social psychology 
Speaking 

Elementary educa- 
tion 
Utilities Economics 
Works 

Department 
Engineering 
Worship 
Publication Writing for 
Publications Library 
Publicity 

Labor unions 
Library 
Publishers' catalogs 
Publishing 

Houses History 
Music 
Puddings Home cookery 
Puddling 
Puebla 
Pucrpcrium 
Puerto Rico 
Puget Sound 
Pullman Car Company 
Pulmonata 
Pulp manufacture 
Pumice Mining 
Pumps 

Engineering 



336.12 

659.111 

254.4 

021.7 

355.9 

378.1 

379.17 



-.5 



351.1- 
351.1 
351.9 
351.5 



351.2 

351.1 

351.3 

301.158 

808.5 

372.6 
338.39 

352.5 

628 

264 

808.06 

025.12 

659.111 

331.893 

021.7 

015 

655.5 

655.4 

781.98 

641.86 

669.141 

972.4 

618 

972.95 

979.77 

385.2 

594.3 

676.1 

622.36 

621.6 



Pumps — (Continued) 

Marine engineering 623.873 

Steam engineering 621.19 

Punched card accounting 657 

Punctuation 

Elementary education 372.6 

English language 421.9 

Other languages — 19 

Punic 

Language * 492.6 

Literature 892.6 
Punishment 

Criminal law 343.2 

Eternal 237 

Military 355.13 

Prison 365.6 

School 371.54 

Science 365 

Social control 301.152 

Puno 985.3 

Puppetry 791.5 

Puppets 791.5 

Purchasing 658 7 

Cooperatives 3 34. 5 

Purgatory 236 
Purification 

Petroleum refining 665.53 

Puritanism 285.9 

Purpose Theory 124 

Purslane 583.15 

Pursuit of happiness 323.4 
Putting out system 

Production 338.6 

Putumayo 986.16 

Puzzles 793 7 

Pycnogonida 595.4 

Pyralin 668.44 

Pyrenees Mts. 946 

Pyrite Mining 622.36 

Pyrrho Philosophy 1 86 
Pythagoras Philosophy 182 - 

Qataban language 492.9 
Quackery 

Pubhc health control 614.2 

Quadrille 793.34 

Ouails Husbandn^ 636.59 



Index 



61 



Quakers 


289.6 


Race 




Qualitative analysis 


544 


Horses Husbandry 


636.1 


Quality contro 




Relations and Christi- 




Factory organization 


568.56 


anity 


261.8 


Statistics 


311.2 


Tracks Architecture 


725.8 


Theory 


519.93 


Races and state 


323.1 


Quantics 


512.8 


Racial 




Quantitative analysis 


545 


Conflict 


301.46 


Quantity cookery 


641.57 


Minorities 


301.45 


Quantum mechanics 


530.1 


Education 


371.97 


Quarantine 




Psychology 


136.4 


Agriculture 


632.9 


Racing 




Public health 


614.4 


Automobiles 


796.72 


Quarrving 




Dogs 


798.8 


Building stone 


622.35 


Horses 


798.4 


Mining operations 


622.2 


Yachts 


623.822 


Quartermaster Corps 


355.8 


Radar 


621.381 


Quartz Mineralogy 


549.6 


Electronic navigation 


623.893 


Quaternions 




Radiant heating 


697.2 


Algebraic theory 


512.85 


Radiation 




Analytic geometry 


516.8 


Chemistry 


541.23 


Quebec 


971.4 


Heat transmission 


536.2 


City 


971.4471 


Infra-red 


535 


Queen Anne furniture 


749.22 


Light 


535 


Queenslanc 


994.3 


Radio waves 


621.3841 


Queretaro 


972.4 


Solar 


523.72 


Question and answer 




Therapeutic use 


615.8 


books 


030 


Ultra-violet 


535 


Questioning 




Radiators 


697.1 


Teaching technique 


371.3 


Radio 




Quinces Culture 


634.1 


Advertising 


659.14 


Quincy method 




And 




Education 


371.4 


Adult education^ 


374.26 


Quinine Culture 


633.88 


Libraries 


021.4 


Quintana Roo 


972.6 


Apparatus and equip- 




Quiz books 


030 


ment 


621.3843 


Quizzes 


793.7 


Applications 


621.3849 


Quota system 


325.1 


Broadcasting 


621.3849 


Quotations Collections 


808.88 


Circuits 


621.384 






Communication systems 


621.3845 


RDX Manufacture 


662.27 


Educational programs 


374.26 


ROTC 


355.37 


Engineering 


621.384 


Rabbi 


296.6 


Military engineering 


623.73 


Rabbits 




News writing 


070.41 


Hair fiber textiles 


677.3 


Principles 


621.3841 


Husbandry 


636.9 


Programs Religious 


254.3 


Zoology 


599.32 


Script writing 


808.22 



613 

Radio — (Continued) 

Show production 

Speaking 

Stations 

Teaching aid 

Waves 
Radioactive 

Elements 

Inorganic chemistry 
Metallurgy 

Methods 

Mining prospecting 

Tracer techniques 
Quantitative analysis 
Radioactivity 

Measurement 
Radiocommunication 
Radiofacsimile 
Radiographic testing 
Radiography 
Radiolaria 
Radios Design 
Radiotelegraph 
Radiotelephone 
Radiotherapy 
Radishes 

Botany 

Culture 
Radium 

Economic geology 

Inorganic chemistry 

Metallurgy 

Therapeutic use 
Radon 

Inorganic chemistry 
Raffia handcraft 
Rag pulp 
Ragweeds 

Raiding Naval warfare 
Railroad 

Companies 

Earthwork 

Engineering 

Finance 

Grounds Landscaping 

Rates 

Retirement Act of 1937 



Index 





Railroad — ( Con tinued ) 




792.94 


Roadbec 


625.12 


808.5 


Surveying 


625.11 


384.5 


Tracks 


625.14 


371.333 


Accessories 


625.16 


621.3841 


Railroads 






Auxiliary structures 


625.13 




Construction 


625.1 


546.6 


Design 


625.1 


669.293 


History 


385.1 




Maintenance 


625.1 


622.1 


Model 


625.19 




Transportation 


385.1 ■ 


545.82 


Railroading 


625.27 


539.752 


Railway 




539.77 


Brotherhoods 


331.881 


384.5 


Express 


385.2 


621.384 


Terminals Architecture 


725.3 


620.112 


Railways 




778.3 


City planning 


711.7 


563.1 


Rain 


551.573 


745.2 


Insurance 


368.1 


621.384 


Raisin grapes Culture 


634.8 


621.384 


Raleigh, Sir Walter 




615.8 


Voyages 
Raman effect 


973.17 


583.12 


Molecular physics 


539.1 


635.1 


Ramanuja Philosophy 


181.48 




Ramie fiber textiles 


677.1 


553.4 


Ramps 




546.4 


Architectural design 


729.3 


669.293 


Rams Hydraulic 


621.2 


615.8 


Ranch houses 






Architecture 


728.6 


546.29 


Ranches Management 


636.081 


745.58 


Range 




676.13 


Finders Artillery 


623.46 


583.55 


Finding Gunnery 


623.5 


359.95 


Rangers Infantry 


356.1 




Ranges Management 


636.081 


385.2 


Ranier 




625.12 


Mt. 


979.77 


625.1 


National Park 


979.77 


385.13 


Rank 


929.7 


712.7 


Ranunculaceae 


583.11 


385.132 


Ranunculales 


583.11 


368.43 


Rapa Is. 


996.22 



Index 



614 



Raphael Painting 7 59. 5 

Rapnui language 499.4 
Rare 

Books 090 

Earths 
Inorganic chemistry 546.6 

Metallurgy 669.292 

Gases 

Inorganic chemistry 546.29 

Metals Metallurgy 669.29 

Printing 094 

Rarified air engines 621.42 
Raspberry 

Botany 583.3 

Culture 634.7 
Rates 

Insurance 368.011 

Of exchange 332.45 

Rating tests 137.8 

Rational psychology 150.1 
Rationalistic age 

Church history 270.8 
Rationalists 

Apologetics against 239.7 
Rats 

Husbandry 636.9 

Zoology 599.32 

Rayon textiles 677.46 
Rays 

Nuclear physics 539.72 

Zoology 597.3 
Reactors 

Generation of electricity 621.314 

Nuclear ' 539.75 

Reader guidance 028.8 
Readers 

Adult education 

English language 428.6 

Other languages ■ — 86 

Advisory service 028.8 

Elementary 

English language 428.6 

Other languages — 86 

For foreigners 

English language 428.64 
Reading 

Art of oral 808.54 



Reading — ( ContinuGd ) 




Clubs 


021.4 


Courses 


028.3 


Elementary education 


372.4 


Guidance 


028 


Interests and habits 


028.9 


Lists 


028.3 


Children's 


028.5 


Remedial 




English language 


428.4 


Other languages 


—84 


Readings 




Antiphonal 


264 


Collections 


808.8 


Consolatory 


242.4 


Responsive 


264 


Scripture 


264 


Reagents Industrial 


661 


Real 




Estate 




Bankin-j 


332.32 


Business 


333.33 


Credit 


332.32 


Management 


333.33 


Property Private law 


347.2 


Realism 




Sculpture 


735.22 


vs. nominalism 


270.5 


Realization Accounting 


657.3 


Realty Private law 


347.2 


Real variables 




Theory of functions 


517.1 


Reaming machinery 


621.95 


Reasoning Deductive 


162 


Receivers 




Radio 


621.3843 


Telegraph 


621.382 


Telephone 


621.385 


Television 


621.3883 


Receptions 


642.4 


Recessions Business 


338.54 


Recipes 


641.5 


Reciprocity 


337.9 


Recitals 


780.73 


Recitations 




Collections 


808.8 


Teaching technique 


371.3 



61s 



Index 



Reclaimed 
Paper pulp 
Rubber 
Reclamation engineering 
Reconnaissance 
Air warfare 
Surveying 

Railroad engineering 
Reconstruction 

Finance Corporation 
Period U. S. 
Recorder 

Musical instruments 
Recording 

Devices Radio 
Machines 
Recordings 

Library treatment 
Recreation 

Buildings Architecture 
Centers 
Ethics 
Prison 
Recreational 
Facilities 
Church 
City planning 
Laborers 
Land resources 
Services 
Economics 
Military organization 
Recruitment 
Army 
Military 
Rectifiers Radio 
Rector 
Red algae 
Botany 
Paleobotany 

Red Cross 
Redbuds 
Redemption 
Redevelopment 
City planning 
Red River 
Redtop Culture 



676.14 

678.29 
627.5 

358.45 
526.31 
625.11 

332.3 
973.8 

788.5 

621.3843 
651.26 

025.178 

790 

725.8 

790 

177 

365.66 



259 
711.52 
331.83 
333.78 

338.46 
355.34 

355.22 
355.22 
621.3843 
253 

589.41 
561.9 

361.506 

583.3 

234 

711 

976.66 
633.2 



Reduction 

Chemical engineering 
Organic chemistry 
Redwood 
Reefs Coral 
Reference 
Books Use 
Libraries 
Referendum 
Refineries Petroleum 
Refinery gas 
Reflection 

Geometrical optics 
Reflex cameras 
Reflexes Psychology 
Reforestation 
Reform movements 
Reformation 
Church history 
History 
Reformatories 
Architecture 
Juvenile 
Reformatory libraries 
Reformed 
Church 
In America 
Refinery gas 
Refraction 
Geodetic 

Geometrical optics 
Index 

Properties of solutions 
Refractories 

Metallurgical furnaces 
Refractory materials 

Mining 
Refreshment buildings 

Architecture 
Refreshments 
Refrigerants 
Refrigerating 
Machines 
Plants 
Systems 
Refrigeration 
Engineering 



660.28 
547.013 
585.2 
551.42 

028.7 

025.5 

328 

665.53 

665.77 

535.3 

771.3 

158.42 

634.956 

301.153 

270.6 

940 22 

364.7 

725.6 

364.72 

027.66 

284.2 
285 7 
665.77 

526.38 
535.3 

541.374 

666.72 

669.82 

622.36 

725.7 
642.4 
621.56 

621.57 
621.56 
621.56 

621.56 



Index 



616 



6iy 



Index 



Refrigeration — (Continued) 

Food preservation 664.85 

Marine 623.853 

Refuelling in flight 

Aeronautics 629.18 

Refugees 

Disaster relief 361.5 
Immigration and emi- 
gration 325.21 

Refuse 

Disposal 628.4 

Plants Architecture 72 5. 1 

Regency furniture 749.22 

Regenerated cellulose 

plastics 668.44 

Regeneration 234 

Animal physiology 591.3 .. 

Regional 

Communities 301.37 

Geography 913-919 

Geology 554-559 

Libraries 027.42 

Extension function 021.62 

Social planning 309.24 

Registration 

Motor vehicles 629.2 

Suffrage 324.24 

Regulators 

Generation of electricity 621.314 

Rehabilitation 

Of veterans 355.11 

Vocational 371.91 

Reindeer Husbandry 636.29 

Reinforced concrete 

Building material 691.3 

Construction 624. 1 8 

Engineering material 620.137 

Masonry 693.5 

Reinsurance 368.012 

Relativity 530.I 

Relaxation 

Personal hygiene 613.7 
Relics 

And rehquaries 231.7 

Of Passion 232 96 
Relief 
Cutting 



Relief — ( Continued ) 

Cutting — (Continued) 
Glass decoration 

Mine accidents 

Prints 
Religion 

And Science 

Babylonian 

Celtic 

Christian 

Comparative 
Freedom 
Greek 
Jewish 
Natural 
Non-Christian 
Personal 
Psychology of 
Roman 
Semitic 

Teutonic and Northern 
Therapeutic use 
Religious 
Art 

Christian Symbolism 
Associations 

Adult education 

Architecture 
Education 

Denominational 
Sunday schools 

Groups and state 

Liberty 

Minorities Education 

Movements 

Music 

Obser\'ances Cookery 

Occasions Meditations 

Orders 

Organizations Libraries 

Paintings 

Radio programs 

Revivals 

Rites 

Services 

Military organization 
Sociology 



748.6 

622.86 

761 

200 

215 

299.219 

299.16 

220-269 
290 

323.44 

292 

296 

210 

290 

248 

201.6 

292 

299 

293 

615.85 

704.948 

246 

267 

374.21 

726.9 

377 

268.8 

268 

323.1 

261.73 

371.98 

301.153 

264 

641.56 

242.3 

271 

027.67 

755 

254.3 

269.2 

265 

355.34 
301.4 



Religious — ( Continued ) 




Utopias 


261 


Wars 


270.6 


Relishes Cookery 


641.81 


Rembrandt Painting 


759.9492 


Remedial 




Reading 




English language 


428.4 


Other languages 


84 


Teaching 


371.394 


Remedies 




Legal 


347.95 


Superstitions 


398.3 


Therapeutics 


615 


Remodeling 




Building construction 


690 


Clothing 


646.4 


Remonstrants 


284.2 


Renaissance 




Architecture 


724.1 


Arts 


709.03 


Church history 


270.5 


Furniture 


749.25 


History 


940.21 


Painting 


759.03 


Sculpture 


735.21 


Rendova Is. 


993.5 


Rennell Is. 


993.5 


Renouvier, Charles 




Philosophy 


194 


Rent 




Agricultural 


333.5 


Economics 


333.5 


Urban 


333.5 


Rental 




Libraries 


027.3 


Systems 


333.5 


Repatriation 




Prisoners of war 


341.33 


Repentance 


234 


Repousse 


739 


Representation Suffrage 


324.22 


Representative 




Democracy 


321.82 


Government 


321.01 


Paper money 


332.5 



Reproduction 574.1 

Animal 591.16 

Human 612.6 

Reproductions Furniture 749.2 

Reproductive system 

Animal morphology 591.46 

Reptiles 

Paleozoology 568.1 

Zoology 598.1 

Rcptilia 

Paleozoology 568.1 

Zoology 598.1 

Republic 321.82 

Republican 

Democratic party 329.3 

Party 329.6 

Republics Junior 364.72 

Requiems 783.2 

Requisition of travelers 

Law of war 341.32 

Rescue 

Mine accidents 622.86 

Sea 623.88 

Research 001 
Aeronautical 629.107 
And development de- 
partments 658.57 
Airplanes 629.133 
Educational 370.78 
Encouragement 378.3 
Facilities Architecture 727. 5 
Industrial 658.57 
Market 658,83 
Psychical " 133.07 
Psychological 1 50.72 
See also specific sub- 
jects — 07 

Reservations Landscaping 719 

Reserve 

Corps ^ 355.37 
Officers' Training Corps 355.37 

Reserves 

Army 355.37 

Military 355.37 

Navy 359.37 

Reservoirs 

Flood control 627.4 



Index 



618 



Residential 




Resurrection 


232.5 


Cities Planning 


711.45 


Eschatology 


236 


Use of land 




Of Christ 


232.97 


City planning 


711.58 


Resuscitation 


614.81 


Resin fiber textiles 


677.47 


Retail 




Resinox 


668.422 


Bookselling shops 


655.56 


Resins 




Trade 


658.87 


Statural 


634.986 


Retaining walls 




Organic ehemistry 


547.92 


Structural engineering 


624.16 


-' 
Plastics 


668.4 


Retardation Sehoo 


371.28 


Synthetic 




Retirement 




Organic chemistry 


547.92 


Personnel management 


658.313 


* 

Resistance 




Teachers 


371.17 


Boxes 


621.37 


Retouching Photography 


770.2 


Measurement 


621.37 


Retreats Meditations 


242.3 


Wielding 
Resistant construction 


671.521 


Retribution 


237 


693.8 


Reunion Is. 


969.81 


Resistivity methods 

Mining prospecting 
Resort architecture 


622.1 

728.7 


Rc\'aluation Money 
Revelation 

St. John's 
Revenue 

Non-tax 


332.41 

231.7 

228 


Resources Natural 


333.72 


336.1 


Respiration 


574.1 


Public finance 


336 


Animal 


591.12 


Property sale 


336.12 


Human 
Plant 


612.2 
581.12 


1 y 

Stamps Taxation 
Reveultas, Fermin 


336.272 


Respiratory system 




Painting 


759.972 


Animal 


591.42 



Revivals 




Human 


616.2 


Music 


783.7 


Responda 


296.1 


Religious 


269.2 


Responses 




Revolt Protestant 


270.6 


Animal 


591.18 


Revolts 


323.2 


Conditioned 


158.42 


Revolutionary movements 


301.153 


Human 


612.8 


Revolutions 


323.2 


Music 


783.2 


Rewards School 


371.53 


Plant 


581.18 


Reymet 


677.5 


Responsive readings 


264 


Reynolds, Sir Joshua 




Rest 




Painting 


759.2 


Homes 


362.1 


Rhamnaceae 


583.27 


Periods 




Rhamnales 


583.27 


Labor economics 


331.81 


Rhenium 




Personal hygiene 


613.7 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.71 


'I'herapeutic use 


615.82 


Rhetic 




Restaurants 




Language 


459.9 


Architecture 


725.7 


Literature 


859.9 


Cookery 


641.57 


Rhetoric 


808 


Management 


647.95 


Rhine River 


943 



619 



Index 



Rhinitis 
Rhinoceroses 
Rhizopoda 
Rhode Island 

Reds 
Rhodesia 

Northern 

Southern 
Rhodium 

Inorganic ehemistry 
Rhododendron 
Rhodophyta 

Botany 

Paleobotany 
Rhopalocera 
Rhubarb Culture 
Rhynia 

Rhythm Music 
Ribbon worms 
Rice 

Botany 

Culture 
Rickets 
Rickettsials 
Riddles 

Folklore 

Recreation 
Riemann-zeta functions 

Calculus 
Rifle grenades 
Rifles 

Rigging Naval equipment 
Right 

Of 

Assembly 
Jurisdiction 
Petition 
Property 
Search 
Rights 

Individual 

Natural 
Rigid bodies 

Mechanics of solids 
Rimes Folklore 
Rinderpest 
Rings Algebra 



617.8 


Rinks Architecture 


725.8 


599.72 


Rio 




593.11 


Branco 


981.1 


974.5 


de Janeiro 


981.5 


636.5 


la Plata region 


982.1 




Oro 


964.8 


968.94 


Grande do 




968.91 


Norte 


981.3 




Sul 


981.6 


546.9 


'. '^egro 




583.6 


Argentina 


982.7 




Uruguay 


989.52 


589.41 


Riots 


323.2 


561.9 


Crime 


364.14 


595.78 


Insurance 


368.1 


635.4 


Rites 




561.7 


Judaic 


296.4 


781.62 


Religious 


265 


595.12 


Ritualistic music 
River 


783.2 


584.8 


Engineering 


627.12 


633.1 


Ports 


387.12 


616.46 


Transportation 


386.3 


589.9 


Walls Construction 


627.4 




Rivera 


989.53 


398.6 


Rivera, Diego Painting 


759.972 


793.7 


Rivers Physiography 


551.48 




Riveted construction 


693.7 


518.5 


Riveting 




623.44 


Aeronautics 


629.142 


623.44 


Shipbuilding 


623.84 


623.86 


Rivets 


621.88 




Road oil Manufacture 


665.53 




Roadbed Railroad 


625.12 


323.4 


Roads 




341.49 


City planning 


711.7 


323.4 


Construction 


625.7 


323.4 


Design 


625.7 


341.35 


Maintenance 


625.7 




Robbery 


364.16 


323.4 


Insurance 


368.82 


323.4 


Robin Hood Legends 


398.22 




Rocha 


989.51 


531.2 


Rock 




398.8 


Carvings 


571.7 


636.0896 


Falls Mine dangers 


622.8 


512.89 


Gardens 


635.9 



Index 



620 



621 



Index 



Rock — (Continued) 
Paintings 

Phosphates FertiHzers 
Roses 
Rocket 
Engines 
Fuels 
Rockets 
Airplanes 
Ordnance 
Rocks 
Igneous 
Metamorphic 
Sedimentary 
Rocky 

Mt. National Park 
Mts. 

Canadian 
Rococo 

Architecture 
Arts 

Sculpture 
Rodent resistant construc- 
tion 
Rodentia 
Rodenticides 

Agricultural use 
Rodents Crop pests 
Rodeos 
Rodrigues 
Roentgen diagnosis 
Roerich, Nikolai 

Philosophy 
Rollers Steam 
Rolling 

Metal manufacture 
Mills Management 
Stock 

Accessory equipment 
Railroad engineering 
Roman 

Catholic Church 

Classical architecture 

Mythology 

Painting 

Religion 

Sculpture 





Romance 


571.7 


Languages 


631.85 


Literature 


583.13 


Romanesque 




Architecture 


629.14353 


Painting 


662.66 


Sculpture 




Romans 


629.14353 


a clef 


623.451 


N. T. 


552 


Romansch 


552.1 


Language 


552.4 


Literature 


552.5 


Romanticism Sculpture 




Romany language 


978.86 


Rome 


978 


History 


971.1 


Ancient 




Modern 


724.1 


Ronongo Is. 


709.03 


Roofing 


735.21 


Building construction 




Mines 


693.84 


Roofs 


599.32 


Architectural design 




Wood construction 


632.95 


Root crops 


632.6 


Field culture 


791.8 


Garden culture 


969.83 


Rope 


616.07 


Handling Seamanship 




Naval equipment 


197 


Transmission 


621.14 


Power machinery 




Rosaceae 


671.32 


Rosales 


621.7 


Roses 




Botany 


625.25 


Culture 


625.2 


Rosemary 




Rosicrucians 


282 


Ross Is. 


722.6 


Rotary 


292 


Blowers 


759.01 


Pumps 


292 


Rotating wing type air- 


733 


craft 



479.1 

879 

723.4 

759.02 

734.2 

098 

227.1 

459.9 
859.9 

735.22 
491.4 



937 

945.6 

993.5 

695 
622.2 

729.3 
694.2 

633.4 
635.1 

623.88 
623.86 

621.85 

583.3 

583.3 

583.3 

635.93 

583.8 

366.4 

999 

621.6 
621.6 

629.1335 



Rotation of rigid bodies 531.2 
Rotational spectra 

Molecular physics 539.1 

Rotatoria ' 595.18 

Rotifers 595.18 

Rots Agricultural pests 632.4 
Rouault, Georges 

Painting 759.4 

Roulette 795.2 

Round table discussions 808.53 

Adult education 374.24 

Rounds 784.1 

Roundworms 595.13 
Rousseau, Pierre 

Painting 759.4 

Routing 

Production control 658.51 

Rowing 797.1 

Royal 
Copenhagen 

Chinaware 738.2 

Earthenware 738.3 
Gorge Arkansas River 978.85 

Houses 929.7 
Royee, Josiah 

Philosophy 191 
Ruanda-Urundi 967.57 
Rubber 678 
Adhesives 678.3 
Engineering materials 620.19 
Natural 678.6 
Isomers 678.6 
Preliminary treat- 
ment 678.62 
Properties 678.64 
Testing 678.64 
Organic chemistry 547.92 
Products 678.3 
Synthetic 678.72 
' Production 678.722 
Properties 678.724 
Testing 678.724 
Rubber-like plastics 678.73 
Rubbish Collection 628.4 
Rubens, Peter Painting 759.9493 
Rubialcs 583.51 



Rubidium 




Inorganic chemistry 


546.3 


Rubies 




Economic geolog}^ 


553.8 


Rugby 


796.33 


Rugs 




Handmade 


746.7 


Oriental 


746.7 


Rules of Road 




Seamanship 


623.88 


Rum 


663.5 


Rumania 


949.8 


Rumanian 




Language 


459 


Literature 


859 


Rumba 


793.33 


Rummy 


795.4 


Running 




Gear Automobiles 


629.24 


Water 




Gradation work 


551.35 


Rupert's Land 


971.2 


Ruptured 




Welfare services 


362.43 


Rural 




Architecture 


728.6 


Church work 


254.2 


Communities 




Political science 


323.35 


Sociology 


301.35 


Electrification 




Economics 


338.39 


Residential areas 




Planning 


711.58 


Sociology 


301.35 


Rush 




Botany 


584.23 


Handcraft 


745.58 


Russell, Bertrand 




Philosophy 


192 


Russell Is, 


993.5 


Russia 


947 


Asiatic part 


957 


Russian 




Furniture 


749.27 


Language 


491.7 


Literature 


891.7 



Index 



622 



623 



Index 



Russian — (Continued) 

Painting 759.7 

Philosophy 197 

Soviet Federal Socialist 

Republic 947.3 

Asiatic part 957 
Rusts 

Agricultural pests 632,4 

Botany 589.22 

Rutabagas 633.4 

Ruth O. T. 222.3 
Ruthenium 

Inorganic chemistry 546.9 
Rye 

'Botany 584.8 

Culture 633.1 

Saba Is. 972.971 

Sabbath Christian 263 

Sabean language 492.9 

Sac fungi 589.23 

Saccharomycetales 589.23 

Sacramentals 264 

Sacramento Valley 979.45 

Sacraments 265 
Sacred 

Books 

Bible 220 

Mythology 291 

Heart Ladies of 271.9 

Persons Comparative 

mythology 291 

Places ' 291.35 

Saddle horses 636.1 

Saddlery 685 

Safaitic language 492.9 

Safety 614.8 

Devices 

Aeronautics 629. 1 44 

Industrial 331.823 

Elcmentarv education 372.83 

Industrial ' 614.85 

Instruction Schools 371.71 

Measures Mines 622.86 

Programs 

Employee welfare 658.382 

Sage 583.8 



Saguenay River Valley 
Sahaptian language 
Sahara 

Spanish 
Saho language 
Sailing 

Craft 

Directions 

Navigation aids 

Ships 
Sails Naval equipment 
St. 

Anselm Philosophy 

Augustine Philosophy 

Barthlemy Is. 

Christophcr-Nevis Is. 

Croix 

Eustatius Is. 

Helena 

John 

Lawrence River 

Louis, Mo. 

Lucia 

Maarten Is. 

Martin Is. 

Pierre 

Thomas 

Aquinas Philosophy 

Vincent Is. 
Saints 
Saipan 
Saktism 
Salamanders 
Salad oils 
Salads Cookery 
Salary administration 

Business 

Libraries 
Sales 

Departments 

Organization 

Tax 
Salesmanship 

In special businesses 

Psycholog)' 
Salicaceae 
Salicales 



971.4 
497.4 
966.1 
964.8 
49^.5 
797.1 
623.822 

623.894 
623.822 
623.86 

189 

189 

972.971 

972.971 

972.972 

972.971 

997.12 

972.972 

971.4 

977.866 

972.98 

972.971 

972.971 

971.88 

972.972 

189 

972.98 

235.2 

996.7 

294.5 

597.9 

664.3 

641.83 

658.32 
023.8 

658.81 

658.81 

336.271 

658.85 

658.851 

658.85 

583.98 

583.98 



Salientia 


597.8 


Salish language 


497.3 


Salmon Fisheries 


639.27 


Salon orchestras 


785.4 


Salt 




Economic geology 


553.6 


Mining 


622.36 


Processing 


664.4 


Water fisheries 


639.22 


Salta 


982.4 


Salto 


989.53 


Salts 




Industrial chemistry 


661.2 


Salvage 


387.55 


Military 


355.8 


Salvation 


234 


Army 


289.9 


Salviniaceae 


587.3 


Samar Is. 


991.4 


Samaritan 




Language 


492.5 


Literature 


892.5 


Samarium 




Inorganic chemistry 


546.6 


Samba 


793.33 


Samkara Philosophy 


18L48 


Samkhya philosophy 


181.41 


Samoa 


996.13 


Samoyed 




Languages 


494.4 


Literature 


894.4 


Samplers 


746.44 


Sampling 




Mathematical theory 


519.93 


Aiethod Statistics 


311.2 


Samuel 0. T. 


222.4 


San 




Andres 


986.18 


Cristoval Is. 


993.5 


Sanctification 


234 


Sanctions 




International law 


341.65 


Sand 




Blasting 




Glass decoration 


748.6 


Casting 


671.25 



Sand — (Continued) 

Economic geology 

Mining 
Sandalwood 
Sandblasts 
Sand-dollars 
Sanders Woodworking 

equipment 
Sandstone 

Economic geology 

Quarrying 
Sandwich 

Glass 

Islands 
Sandwiches 
San Francisco, Cal. 
Sanitariums 

Nursing 
Sanitary 

Control Public health 

Engineering 
Sanitation 

Industrial 

Municipal 

Schools 

Systems Marine 
San Joaquin Valley 

Jose 

Juan 

Luis Potosi 

Marino 

Martin 

Pedro 

Salvador 
Sanskrit 

Language 

Literature 
Santa 

Catharina 

Cruz 

Argentina 

Bolivia 

Island 

Santalaceae 

Santalales 

Santander 



553.6 

622.36 

583.94 

621.54 

593.9 

674.43 

553.5 
622.35 

748.2 

997.11 

641.84 

979.461 

362.1 

610.733 

614.7 

628 

614.7 

628.5 

628.4 

371.62 

623.854 

979.45 

989.51 

982.6 

972.4 

945.4 

985.4 

989.21 

972.96 

491.2 

891.2 

981.6 

982.7 

984.3 

993.5 

982.2 

583.94 

583.94 

986.12 



Index 



624 



Santayana, George 




Sawmill operations 


674.2 


Philosophy 


191 


Saxifragaceae 


583.3 


Santee language 


497.5 


Saxons 


936 


Santiago 


983.3 


Saxophone 


788.66 


del Estero 


982.5 


Scale 




Santiago-Zomora 


986.64 


Insects 




San Tome 


966.99 


Agricultural pests 


632.7 


Sao Paulo 


981.6 


Zoology 


595.75 


Sapindaceae 


583.28 


Mosses 


588.3 


Sapindales 


583.28 


Scales Music 


781.22 


Sapphires 




Scandinavia 


948 


Economic geology 


553.8 


Scandinavian 




Saprolegniales 


589.26 


Church 


284-7 


Saps Forest utilization 


634.986 


• Furniture 


749.28 


Saran 


677.47 


Glassware 


748.2 


Sarawak 


991.1 


Language 


439.5 


Sarcodina 


593.11 


Literature 


839.5 


Sartre, Jean Philosophy 


194 


Painting 


759.8 


Saseno 


949.65 


Philosophy 


198 


Saskatchewan 


971.24 


Scandium 




River 


971.24 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.6 


Sassafras 


583.11 


Metallurgy 


669.7 


Sassanian Empire 


935 


Scaphopoda 


594.2 


Satan 


235.4 


Scarabs Carving 


736.2 


Satire 




Scenario writing 


808.23 


Collections 


808.87 


Scepticism 


186 


History 


809.7 


Scheduling 




Social control 


301.152 


Production control 


658.51 


Writing 


808.7 


Schelling, Friedrich 




Satires Religious 


244 


Philosophy 


193 


Satiric operas 


782.1 


Schism 




Sauces 


641.81 


Avignon 


270.5 


Saudi Arabia 


953.8 


In modern Catholic 




Saurischia 


568.1 


church 


284.8 


Sauropsida 


568 


Papal 


270.5 


Saururaceae 


583.925 


Schizaeaceae 


587.3 


Savings 




Schizomycetes 


589.9 


Bank life insurance 


368.36 


Schizoneura 


561.7 


Banks 


332.2 


Schizophrenia 


616.89 


Personal loans 


332.35 


Schizophyta 


589.7 


Deposits 


332.2 


Scholarship 


001 


Wealth 


339.43 


Scholarships 




Savory furniture 


749.21 


Higher education 


378.3 


Sawdust 




School administration 


371.22 


Fuel technology 


662.65 


Scholasticism 


189 


Wood product 


674.84 


School 




Sawing tools 


621.93 


Administration 


371.2 



62$ 



Index 



School — ( Continued ) 

Athletics 371.74 

Attendance 371.52 

Bible instruction 377-1 

Building programs 371.6 

Buildings 371-62 

Equipment 371.62 

Government 371.5 

Student participation 371.59 

Grounds 371.61 

Gymnastics 371.73 

Health 371.7 

Education 371.76 

Service and super- 
vision 371.71 
Immunization pro- 
grams 371.71 
Journalism 371.805 
Libraries 027.8 
Lunchroom supervision 371.71 
Management 371.5 
Pageantry 371.895 
Physical education 371.73 
Placement services 371.427 
Plays 371.895 
Prizes 371.53 
Programs Special dav 371.36 
Publicity ' 371.2 
Religious instruction 377.1 
Safety instruction 371.71 
Savings banks 332.23 
Songs 784.624 
Sports 371.73 
Schools 

Adult education 374.91 

Architecture 727.1 

Consolidated 379.175 

Demonstration 370.73 

Elementary 372.242 

Grammar 372.242 

Industrial 364.72 

Junior high 373-2 

Music 780.72 

Normal 370.73 

Nujsery 372.21 

Open-air 371.917 

Parochial 377.5 



Schools — (Continued) 

Practice 370.73 

Preparatory 373 

Primary 372.24 

Prison 365.66 
Relation to libraries 021.3 

Senior high 373 

Summer 371-23 

Training 364.72 

Truant 364.72 

Schopenhauer, Arthur 

Philosophy 193 

Science 

Actuarial 368-01 
And religion 21 5 
Elementary education 372.3 
Influence on Christian- 
ity 270.8 
Library 020 
Military 355-359 
Political 320 

Sciences 

Applied 600 

Biological 570 

Earth 550 

Medical 610 

Pure 500 

Social 300 

Scientific 

Method 161 

Photography 778.3 

Scitaminalcs 584.21 

Scorpioncs 

Paleozoology 56 5 .4 

Zoology ' 595.4 

Scorpion-flies 595.74 

Scorpions 595.4 

Scotland 941 

Scouring powders 668.1 

Scows 623.829 

Scrap 

Iron 669.143 

Metal 671.9 

Rubber 678.8 

Utilization 678.29 

Steel 669.143 

Screw threading 621.94 



Index 



626 



Screws 


621.88 


Script writing 


808.22 


Scripture readings 


264 


Scrophulariaceae 


583.8 


Scrophularialcs 


583.8 


Sculptural accessories 




City planning 


711.6 


Sculpture 


730 


Ancient 


732 


Architeetura 


729.5 


Baroque 


735.21 


Byzantine 


734 


Ceramic 


738 


Christian 


734 


Classica 


733 


Classic period 


735.22 


Church esthetics 


247 


Cothic 


734.2 


History 


730.9 


Materials 


731 


Metal 


739 


Methods 


731 


Modern 


735 


Periods 


732-735 


Primitive 


732.2 


Renaissance 


735.21 


Rococo 


735.21 


Romanesque 


734.2 


Special materials 


736 


Stone 


736.5 


20th century 


735.29 


Wood 


736.4 


Sculptors Works 


730.9 


Scurvy 


616.46 


Scyphomedusac 


593.73 


Scyphozoa 


593.73 


Sea 




Coast artillery 




Ordnance 


623.41 


Level 


526.36 


Squirts Zoology 


596 


Voyages 


910.45 


Sea-anemones 


593.6 


Sea-cucumbers 


593.9 


Seadromes 




Design and construction 


629.16 


Sea-lilies 


593.9 



Sealing industries 


639.29 


Seals 




Engraving 


736.3 


Zoology 


599.745 


Seamanship 


623.88 


Seaplanes 


629.133 


Search 




And Rescue 


359.93 


Right of 


341.35 


Seas Freedom 


341.57 


Seascapes 


758 


Seaside houses 




Architecture 


728.7 


Seasonal 




Music 


783.2 


Temperature changes 


551.52 


Unemployment 


331.13 


Seasoning Lumber 


674.3 


Seasons 


525.5 


Seats 




Landscape architecture 


717 


Sea-urchins 


593.9 


Sea-walnuts 


593.8 


Seaweeds 




Botany 


589.45 


Fertilizers 


631.83 


Seckert, John Painting 


759.2 


Seconc 




Ballot 


324.25 


Coming 


232.6 


Secondary 




Education 


373 


History 


373.3-.9 


Secondhand book shops 


655.56 


Secret societies 




Schools 


371.85 


Social groups 


366 


Secretarial practice 


651.02 


Secretaries' handbooks 


651.02 


Secretion 


574.1 


Animal 


591.14 


Human 


612.4 


Plant 


581.14 


Sects Christian 


280 


Securities 


332.63 


Brokers 


332.62 



62 J 



Index 



Security 

Employment 

Markets 
Sedge 

Sedimentary rocks 
Sedimentation 

Geology 

Water purification 

Seed 

Hair fiber textiles 

Industr)^ 
Seed-bearing plants 
Seedless plants 
Seeing eye dogs 
Segmented worms 
Segregation of unfit 

Eugenics 
Seismic methods 

Mining prospecting 
Seismographic observa- 
tions 
Seismology 
Sekia el Hamra 
Selaginellaeeae 

Selenium 

Economic geology 
Inorganic chemistry 

Self 

Education Adult 

Inventor}^ tests 

Propelled artillery 
Selkirk Mts. 
Selling 

Insurance 

Music 

Techniques 
Semantics 

General 

Language 
Comparative 
English 
Other 
Semiconductors 
Semi-metals Mineralogy 

Seminars 

Teaching method 



331.1 

332.6 
584.8 
552.5 

551.3 
628.16 

677.2 

631.52 

582.1 

586 

636.74 

595.14 

301.323 

622.1 

551.22 
551.22 
964-8 
587.9 

553.4 
546.2 

374.1 

137.8 

623.43 

971.1 

368.013 

781.98 

658.85 

190 

412 

422 

—2 

537.22 

549.2 

371.37 



Semi-precious stones 

Economic geology 
Semi-private libraries 
Semitic 

Language 

Literature 

Religion 
Sending apparatus Radio 
Seneca 

Language 

Philosophy 
Senegal 

Senescence Psychology 
Senior high schools 
Sensations 

Animal physiology 

Human physiology 

Psychology 
Sense organs 

Animal morphology 

Senses 

Human physiology 
Psychology- 
Sensitive preparations 

Photography 
Sensor\' mechanisms 
Sentences Criminology- 
Separating Ore dressing 
Separators 

Steam engineering 
Sequoia 
Forestr}^ 
National Park 
Seraceta 
Serbian 
Language 
Literature 
Serfdom 
Sergipe 

Serials Library treatment 
Sericulture 
Series expansions 

Calculus 
Sermons 

Judaism 
Serpentes 
Serum diagnosis 



553.8 
027-2 

492 
892 
299 
621.3843 

497.5 
188 
966.3 
136.5 

373 

591.18 

612.8 

152 

591.48 

612.8 
152 

771.5 

152 

364.6 

622.7 

621.19 

634.975 

979.4 

677.46 

491.82 

891.82 

326 

981.4 

025.173 

638.2 

517.2 

252 

296.42 

598.12 

615.07 



Jndex 



628 



Service 

Elements 

Army 355.36 

Military 355.36 

Navy 359.36 
Facilities Architecture 72 5. 3 
Industries Economics 338.46 

Wholesalers 658.86 
Ser\aces 

Judaism 296.4 

Religious 264 

Serving Table service 642.6 

Sessions law 345.1 

Sets Theory of 517.1 

Setters ' 636.71 
Settlement 

Effect on population 301.32 
17th and 18th century 

painting 759.04 
Seventh-Day 

Adventists 286.7 

Baptists 286 
Severance 

Tax 336.271 

Wages 331.137 
Sewage 

City planning 711.8 

Collection 628.3 

Department 352.6 

Disposal 628.3 

Plants 628.3 

Treatment 628.3 

Sewing Home processes 646.2 

Sex 

Crimes 364.15 

Education 612.6 

School instruction 371.76 
Functions 

Human physiology 612.6 

Psychology 136.1 
Relations 

Extra-marital 30 1 .424 

Pre-marital 301.424 

Sexual ethics 177 

Sex-worship 291.2 

Seychelles 969.6 

Shade trees Culture 635.977 



Shaft sinking Mining 622.2 

Shakers 289.8 

Shale oil Manufacljre 665.4 

Shanghai 951.132 
Shapcrs Woodworking 

equipment 674.43 

Shaping machinery 621.98 
Sharks ' 

Paleozoology 567. 3 

Zoology 597.3 

Shceler, Charles Painting 7 59. 1 
Sheep 

Farm Management 636.3 

Husbandry 636.3 

Manure 631.86 

Zoology 599.73 
Sheet metal 

Products 671.82 

Shops Management 62 1 .7 
Work 

Aeronautics 629.142 

Shipbuilding 623.84 

Shell fisheries 639.4 

Shellac 668.45 

Shells Ordnance 623.451 

Shelter Prehistoric 571.8 
Shelving 

Library buildings 022.4 

Of books 025.8 

Shenandoah Valley 975.59 

Shepherds Adoration of 232.92 

Sheraton furniture 749.22 

Sherbets Home cookery 641.86 

Sheriffs 347.96 
Shift 

Mechanism Automo- 
tive engineering 629.24 
System 

Labor economics 331.81 
Shingles 

Building construction 695 

Manufacture 674.2 
Ship canals 

Construction 627. 1 3 

Transportation 386.4 

Shipboard cookery 641.57 



629 



Index 



Shipbuilding 625.82 

Facilities 623.83 
Shipping 

Business 387.51 
Industrial management 658.7 
Ships 

Bureau of 359.7 

Classification 387.2 

Construction 62 3 .82 

Description 387. 54 

Design 623.81 

Handling 623.88 

Hull construction 623.84 

Maintenance 623.82 

Model 623.82 

Rating 387.2 

Repair 623.82 

Registers 387.2 

Services 359.34 

Tonnage 387.2 

Shipwrecks 910.45 

Maritime law 341.57 

Shipyards 

Architecture 725.4 

City planning 711.7 

Shock resistant construc- 
tion 693.85 

Shoes 

Costume 391 

Manufacture 685.3 

Shooting 799.3 

Game 799.2 

Shop management 621.7 

Shore protection 

Hydraulic engineering 627 
Landscape architecture 714 

Naval warfare 359.97 

Shoring 

Structural engineering 624.15 

Short 

Ballot 324.25 

Story writing 808.31 

Shorthand 653 

Machines 653.3 

Systems 653.4 

Theories 653.1 

Shorthorns 636.22 



Shortland Is. 993.5 

Shoshoni language 497.4 

Show case displays 659.15 

Shows 791 

Shrines Religious 231.7 
Shrink resistant fabrics 677.6 
Shrubs 

Botany 582.17 

Culture 635.97 
Landscape architecture 715 

Paleobotany 561.121 

Shutters Camera 771.3 

Siam 959.3 
Siamese 

Language 495.91 

Literature 895.91 
Sick 

Cookery for 641.56 

Home care 649.8 

Ministry of 265.8 

Welfare ser\'ices 362.1 
Sickness 

And health plan 

Great Britain 368.42 
Consolatory readings 242.4 

Insurance 368.42 

Labor economics 331.82 
Side arms 

Ordnance 623.44 

Ornamentation 739.7 

Sidereal day 529 

Sierra Leone 966.4 

Sight 612.8 
Reading 

Music education 780.77 

Saving classes 371.911 

Singing 784.94 
Sighting 

Apparatus ""623.46 

Gunnery 623.5 
Sigillaria 561.7 

Sign language 419 
Signal 

Communication 

Military engineering 623.73 
Lights 
Naval equipment 623.86 



Index 



630 



Signals 




Automobile 


629.27 


Railroac 


625.16 


Signets Engraving 


736.3 


Signs 




Advertising 


659.134 


Superstitions 


398.3 


Zodiac 


133.5 


Sikhism 


294.5 


Silage 


636.085 


Silastic 


678.72 


Silent system Prisons 


365.2 


Silhouette photography 


778.8 


Silica Mining 


622.36 


Silicates 




Industrial chemistry 


661.2 


'Vlineralogy 


549.6 


Silicispongiae 


563.4 


Silicon 




Inorganic chemistry 


546.28 


Organic compounds 


547.8 


Silicones 




Organic compounds 


547.8 


Silk 




Culture 


638.2 


Screen Printing 


655.3 


Textiles 


677.41 


Silkool 


677.47 


Silkw^oini culture 


638.2 


Silos 




Architecture 


728.9 


Farm buildings 


631.2 


Silver 




Economic geology 


553.4 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.56 


VIetallurgy 


669.23 


Mining 


622.342 


Sculpture 


739.2 


Standarc 


332.42 


Silversmiths 


739.2 


Silverware 


642.7 


Silvics 


634.94 


Silviculture 


634.95 


Simplification of prod- 




ucts and materials 


658.51 


Sin 




Mortal 


233.2 



Sin — (Continued) 




Original 


233.1 


Venia 


233.2 


Sindhi 




Language 


491, 4 


Literature 


891.4 


Singapore 


959.52 


Single 




Entry Bookkeeping 


657.2 


Tax plan 


336.22 


Sinkiang 


951.6 


Sino-Tibetan 




Languages 


495 


Literature 


895 


Sins against Holy Ghost 


233.2 


Sinusitis 


617.8 


Siouan-Muskogean lan- 




guage 


497.5 


Siphonaptera 


595.775 


Siqueiros, David 




Painting 


759.972 


Sirups 


664.1 


Sisterhoods 




Catholic 


271.9 


Protestant 


271.98 


Sisters 




Of 




Charity 


271.9 


Mercy 


271.9 


Skates 




Paleozoology 


567.3 


Zoology 


597.3 


Skating 


796.91 


Skeet shooting 


799.31 


Skeletal system 




Animal 


591.47 


Human 


616.7 


Sketching 


741.7 


Ski troops 


356.1 


Skiing 


796.93 


Skin 


616.5 


Care 


646,73 


Functions 


612.79 


Skins 




Leather processing 


675.2 


Sky writing Aircraft use 


629.18 


Skyscrapers Architecture 


725.2 



631 



Index 



Slags 

Fertilizers 631.85 

Metallurgy 669.84 

Slang 

English language 427.09 

Other languages — 709 

Slate 

Economic geology 553.5 

Quarrying 622.35 

Shingles 695 

Slavery 326 

Slavic 

Furniture 749.27 

Language 491.7 

Literature 891.7 

Philosophers 197 

Sleep and rest 613.7 

Sleet 551.573 

Sleighing 796.9 

Slides 

Library treatment 025.177 

Slime molds 589.29 

Slips Shipbuilding 623.83 

Slit fungi 589.23 

Slopes Stability 624.151 

Sloths 599.3 
Slovak 

Language 491.8 

Literatiire 891.8 
Slovene 

Language 491.84 

Literature 891.84 
Sludge disposal 

Sewage treatment 628.3 
Slugs 

Paleozoology 564.3 

Zoology 594.3 

Sluices Construction 627.8 

Slums City planning 711.59 
Small 
Arms 

Manufacture 683 

Ordnance 623.44 

Loans 332.35 

Mosses 588.22 

Power craft 623.823 



Smell 

Physiology 612.8 

Psychology 152 
Smith, Adam 

Economic theories 330.15 
Smoke 

Consumers 

Steam engineering 621.183 

Control 628.5 

Projectile mortars 623.445 

Shells 623.451 

Smokeless powder 662.26 

Smoking accessories 688 

Smuggling 364.13 
Smuts 

Agricultural pests 632.4 

Botany 589.22 
Snails 

Paleozoology 564. 3 

Zoology 594.3 

Snake-flies 595.74 

Snakes 598.12 

Snap-dragons 583.8 

Snow 551.573 

Removal 628.4 

Snowshoeing 796.9 

Soap Manufacture 668.1 

Soapberry 583.38 
Soap-box automobiles 

Racing 796,72 

Soaring Aeronautics 629. 1333 

Soccer 796.33 

School 371.74 
Social 

Agencies 361 

Anthropology 572.7 

Case work 361.3 
Change and culture 301.2 

Classes 323.3 

Education 371.96 

Clubs 367 

Control 301.152 

Cultural change 301.24 

Processes 301.23 

Customs 394 

Disorganization 30 1 .46 

Ethics 177 



Index 



6^2 



Social — ( Con tin ued ) 




Group work 


361.4 


Groups 


366 


History 


900 


Institutions 


301.4 


Insurance 


368.4 


Interaction 


301.1 


VIovements 


301.153 


Order 


301.15 


Organization 


301.4 


Voluntary 


301.43 


Planning 


309.2 


International 


309.22 


National 


309.23 


Regional 


309.24 


State 


309.25 


Problems 


301.46 


Psychology 


301.1 


Sciences 


300 


Security Act 


362.9 


Service exchanges 


361.8 


Status 


301.44 


Stratification 


301.44 


Studies 




Elementary education 


372.83 


Suneys 


309.1 


'I'heology Judaism 


296.38 


I'heories 


330.15 


Welfare 


360 


Planning 


361.2 


Work 


361 


Church 


258 


Industrial 


331.83 


Prison 


365.66 


Socialism 




And Christianity 


261.85 


Catholic 


335.7 


Christian 


335.7 


Economics 


335 


Marxian 


335.4 


. National 


335.6 


Political science 


321.83 


Post-Marxian 


335.5 


Socialist 




Communities 


335.9 


Party U. S. 


329.8 



Socialization 

And personality 
Socialized 
Medicine 
Recitation 
Societies 
Cooperative 
Denominational 
Hereditary 
American 
Non-American 
Military 
American 
Non-American 
Missionary 
Patriotic 
American 
Non-American 
Secret 

Young peoples' 
Society 
Islands 
Libraries 
Primitive 
Socinianism 
Socio-economic 
Groups 

Problems and Chris- 
tianity 
Socio-ethical theories 
Sociology 
Economic 
Educational 
Family 
Industrial 
Methodology 
Political 
Religious 
Rural 
Theory 
Socio-rcligious groups 

Education 
Socrates Philosophy 
Soda 

Fountains 

Management 
Process Wood pulp 



301.23 
301.12 

614.2 

371.37 

060 

334 

267 

369.1 
369.2 

369.1 
369.2 
266 

369.1 
369.2 
366 
369.4 

996.21 
027.2 

572.7 
288 

'301.44 

261.8 

330.15 

301 

301.4 

370.19 

301.42 

301.4 

301.01 

301.4 

301.4 

301.35 

301.01 

301.45 

371.98 

183 



647.95 
676.12 



633 

Sodium 
Hydroxide 

Industrial chemistry 
Inorganic chemistry 
Soft-rayed fishes 
Soil 

Analysis 

Biological processes 

Chemistry 

Engineering properties 

Microbiology 

Mineralogy 

Management 

Physical properties 

Pollution 

Public health control 
Study 
Soilless culture 
Solar 
Day 
Engines 
Heating 
Radiation 
System 
Soldering 
Sol-fa 
Solfeggios 
Solid geometry 
Solids 

Mechanics 
Physics 

Thermodynamic prop- 
erties 
Solifuge 
Solitaire 

Solitary confinement 
Solomon 
Islands 
Song of 
Solos 
Solubility 
Solutions Theory 
Solvent naphtha 
Solvents 

Industrial chemistry 
Rubber manufacture 
Somali language 



Index 

Somaliland 
British 

661.2 French 

546.3 Italian 
597.5 Song 

Collections 

631.4 Of Solomon 

631.46 Of the three children 

631.41 Songs 

624.151 Sonora 

631.46 Sophism 
631.411 Soqotra 
631.58 Island 
631.43 Language 

Sorcery 
614.7 Sorghum 

631.4 Botany 

631.58 Culture 

Soriano 
529 Sorting machines 

621.47 Soteriology 
697.2 Soul 
523.72 Sound 

523.2 Effects 

67 1 . 56 Films Photography 

784.94 Insulation 

784.94 Music theory 

513.3 Recorder Teaching aid 

Recording 

531 Reproduction 

539.2 Sousaphone 

South 
536.43 Africa 

595.4 British 

795.4 Union of 

365.2 America 

Geography 

993.5 Geology 
223.9 History 

784.3 American 
541.373 Languages 
541.37 Literature 
662.628 Australia 

Carolina 
661.8 Dakota 

678.23 Georgia 

493.5 Islands 



967.7 
967.72 
967.71 
963.5 

784.8 

223.9 

229 

784.71 

972.1 

183 

997 

492.9 

133.4 

584.8 
633.6 

989.52 

651.26 

234 

233.5 

534 

792.02 

778.5 

693.83 

781.22 

371.333 

621.345 

621.345 

788.48 



968.9 
968 

918 
558 
980 

498 

898 

994.2 

975.7 

978.3 

997.11 

993.1 

f 



Index 



634 



South — {Continued) 

Orkneys 997.11 

Pole 999 

Shetlands 997.11 

Tlic U. S. 975 

West Africa 968.8 

Southern 

Rhodesia 968.91 
Workers Employment ^ 3 1 .66 

Sovereignty 320.157 

Soviet Central Asia 958.4 

Sow-bugs 595.372 

Soybean 

Culture 633.34 

Fiber textiles 677.47 

Plastics 668.43 

Space selection 

Advertising 659.132 

Spaghetti Manufacture 664.7 5 

Spain 946 

Spanish 
American 

Philosophy 199.8 

War 973.89 

Furniture 749.26 

Language 460 

Literature 860 

Morocco 964.2 

Painting 759.6 

Philosophy 196 

Sahara ' 964.8 

Sparganiaccae 584.61 

Spark control 

Automobiles 629.24 

Sparring 796.83 

Speaking 808.5 

Trance 133.93 

Spearmint 583.8 

Special 
Circuits 

Nuclear physics 539.77 
Day School programs 371.36 

Group songs 784.66 

Libraries 026 

School instruction 371.91 
Services 

Army 355.34 



Special — ( Con tin ued ) 

Services — ( Con tin ued ) 
Military 
Navy 

Subjects Photography 

Tax 
Specialization 

Production 
Specifications 

Building 

Engineering 
Specimen books Printing 
Spectacles Fitting 
Spectator psychology 
Spectrochcmieal methods 

Qualitative analysis 
Spectrometry 
Spectroscopes 

Optical use 
Spectroscopic analysis 

Qualitative 

Quantitative 
Spectroscopy 

Astronomy 

Microwave 
Spectrum 

Of 
Stars 
Sun 
Speculation 
Speech 

Correction 

Defectives Education 

Freedom 

Techniques 
Speleology 
Spelling 

Books 

English language 
Other languages 

Elementary education 

English language 

Other languages 

Reform 

English language 
Other languages 
Spencer, Herbert 

Philosophy 



355.34 
359.34 

778.9 
336.278 

338 

692.3 

620.03 

655.24 

617.7 

301.158 

544 

559.74 

522 

535.8 

544 
545.4 

522.6 
539.1 



523.87 

523.77 

332 

612.78 

808.52 

371.914 

323.44 

808.5 

551.44 



428.1 

—81 
372.42 
421.4 
—14 

421.4 
—14 

192 



635 

Spengler, Oswald 

Philosophy 
Spermatophytes 

Botany 

Paleobotany 
Sphaeriales 
Sphagnales 
Sphenophyllales 
Sphenopteris 
Spheroid determination 

Spices 

Culture 

Manufacture 
Spiders 
Spider-wort 

Spillways Construction 
Spinach 
Spinal cord 
Spinet 
Spinoza, Baruch 

Philosophy 
Spiny anteaters 
Spiny-rayed fishes 
Spiny-skinned animals 
Spiritual phenomena 
Spiritualism 

Christian sect 

Occultism 
Spirituals 
Spirochaetales 
Spitsbergen 
Spleen 

Splicing Seamanship 
Spode Chinaware 
Sponge iron 
Sponges 

Fisheries 

Paleozoology 

Zoology 
Spontaneous generation 
Sporting guns 
Sports 

School 
Spotting 

Commercial cleaning 

Home clothing care 



Index 



193 

582.1 

561.121 

589.23 

588.1 

561.7 

561.5 

526.1 

633.8 
664.5 

595.44 

584-3 

627.8 

635.4 

616.8 

786.2 

199.492 

599.3 

597.5 

593.9 

133.07 

289.9 

133.9 

784.756 

589.9 

998.1 

616.15 

623.88 

738.2 

669.141 

639 

563.4 

593.4 

576 

799.31 

796 

371.73 

667.12 
646.6 



Spraying 

Agriculture 632.9 

Metal manufacture 671.73 

Springs 

Automobile 629.24 

Hydrology 551.49 

Mechanical 621.82 

Spring-tails 595.71 

Spruce 

Botany 585.2 

Forestry 634.975 

Spun 
Glass 

Textiles 677.5 

Decoration 748.6 

Spun-lo 677.46 

Square dances 793.34 

Squares 

Landscape design 712.5 

Squash 

Culture 635.6 

Game 796.34 

Squid 

Paleozoology 564. 5 

Zoology 594.5 

Squilla 595.38 

Squirrels 599.32 

Stability 

Naval architecture 623.81 
Structural engineering 624.151 

Stables 

Architecture 728.9 

Management 636.083 

Stadiums Architecture 725.8 

Staff 

Army 355.33 
Business organization 658.16 

Librarv 023.5 

Military 355.33 

Naval 359.33 

Stage 

Costuming 792.02 

Design 792.02 

Lighting 792.02 

Make-up 792.02 

Show production 792.92 

Stained glass 748.5 



Index 



636 



Staining Wood finishing 


698.3 


Stairs 




Architectural design 


729.3 


Building 


694.8 


Stamping 




Metal manufacture 


671.33 


Stamp tax 


336.272 


Stamps 




Collection 


383.22 


Engraving 


736.3 


Postage 


383.2 


Standarc 




Cells 




Electric measure- 




ments 


621.37 


Costs Accounting 


657.4 


Railroads 




Engineering 


625.1 


Transportation 


385.1 


Standardization 


389 


Industrial products 


658.51 


Standards 




Of 




Admission Schools 


371.21 


Living 


339.42 


Star 




Flower 


583.13 


Shells Ordnance 


623.451 


Starch 




.Vlanufacture 


664.2 


Organic chemistry 


547.92 


Starfishes 


593.9 


Stars 


523.8 


Clusters 


523.85 


Double 


523.84 


Multiple 


523.84 


Variable 


523.84 


State 


320 


Aid to 




Education 


379.12 


Libraries 


021.8 


Anc 




Church 


322.1 


Education 


379 


Groups 


323 


Individuals 


323.4 


Libraries 


021.8 


Nationalities 


323.1 



State — (Continued) 




And — (Continued) 




Press 


070.13 


Races 


323.1 


Religious groups 


323.1 


Capitols Architecture 


725.1 


Change of form 


321.09 


Court system 


347.98 


Department 


353.1 


Forms 


321 


Function 


322 


Government 


353 


Ideal 


321.07 


Medicine 


614.2 


National 


321.8 


Origin and nature 


320.15 


Power 


320.157 


Rights Doctrine 


321.021 


Social planning 


309.25 


Universities 


378 


World 


321.04 


Statements 




Accounting 


657.3 


Vlanagerial use 


658,15 


Static equilibrium 




Mechanics of solids 


531.2 


Statistical 




Machines 


651.26 


Mechanics 


530.1 


Method 


311 


Statistics 


310 


Geographic 


314-319 


Mathematical 


311.2 


Theory 


519.9 


Medical 


614.1 


Preparation 


311 


Presentation 


311 


Survey methods 


311 


Tabulation 


311 


Vital 


312 


Stature Anthropometry 


573.6 


Status Social 


301.44 


Statute 




English law 


346 


U. S. law 


345 


Steam 




Boilers 


621.184 



637 



Index 



Steam— (Continued) 

Circulation 

Distribution 

Ejectors 

Engineering 

Engines 
Marine 

Generation 

Heating 

Injectors 

Locomotives 

Piping 

Power plants 

Rollers 

Tractors 

Turbines 
Steamship lines 

Steel 

Building 

Construction 
Material 

Engineering material 

Hardening 

Heat treatment 

Manufacture 

Metallography 

Metallurgy 

Sculpture 

Structural engineering 

Square Use 
Steering apparatus 

Aircraft 

Automobile 

Seamanship 

Stella, Joseph Painting 

Stellar parallax 

Stencil 

Decoration 

Duplication 

Stenograph 

Stenotype 

Stentor 

Steps 

Landscape architecture 

Stereo cameras 
Stereoscopic photography 
Stereotype printing 



621.185 

621.185 

621.6 

621.1 

621.11 

623.872 

621.18 

697.5 

621.6 

625.26 

621.185 

621.19 

621.14 

621.14 

621.16 

387.54 



693.7 

691.7 

620.17 

669.18 

669.18 

672 

669.16 

669.142 

739.4 

624.18 

694.2 

629.15 

629.24 

623.88 

759.1 

523.81 

745.7 
652.4 
653.3 
653.3 
593.17 

717 

771.3 
778.4 
655.3 



Sterility 
Of 

Females 
Males 
Sterilization 
Birth control 
Eugenics 
Sterols 

Organic chemistry 
Steuben glass 
Ste\'edores 
Stewart Is. 
Stick insects 
Sticgel glass 
Stigmata 

Still life Painting 
Stimulants 

Effect on human body 
Stock 
Beets 
Brokers 

Control Warehousing 
Exchanges 
Farms 
Live 
Stocks and bonds 
Stockticker 

Stoichiometry Industrial 
Stoicism 
Stomach 
Stomatopoda 

Stone 

Ages Archeology 

Artifacts 

Artificial 

Building material 

Engineering material 

Masonry 

Quarr\ang 

Sculpture 
Stonecutting 
Stoneflies 
Stones 

Precious 

Carving and engraving 
Economic geology 
Stoneware 



618 

616.6 

612.63 
301.323 

547.92 

748.2 

387.51 

993.1 

595.72 

748-2 

231.7 

758 

616.86 

633.4 

332.62 

658.7 

332.61 

636.081 

636 

332.63 

621.382 

660.28 

188 

616.3 

595.38 

571.I-.2 

571.1-.2 

666.8 

691.2 

620.132 

693.1 

622.35 

736.5 

693.1 

595.73 



736.2 
553.8 
666.3 



Index 



638 



Stopping 

Mining operations 
Storage 
Batteries 

Buildings Arehitecture 
Crops 
Stores 

Architecture 
Management 
Stories 

Kindergarten 

Religious 
Storms Meteorology 
Story telling 

Library 

School 
Stout 
Stoves 
Stowage 

Straightening machinery 
Strategy 
Stratification 

Social 
Status 
Process 
Stratigraphic paleontology 
Stratigraphy 

Straw pulp manufacture 
Strawberry 

Botany 

Culture 
Stream pollution 
Street 

Cleaning 

Department 

Lighting systems 

Patterns City planning 

Railroads 
Engineering 
Transportation 
Streets 

City planning 

Highway engineering 
Strength tests 

Engineering materials 
Strcpsiptera 



622.2 

621.35 

725.35 
63L5 

725.2 
658.86-.87 

372.21 

244 

55L55 

027.62 

371.333 

663.4 

697.2 

387.51 

621.98 

355.43 



301.44 

301.23 

560.17 

551.7 

676.14 

583.3 
634.7 
628.5 

628.4 
352.7 
621.32 
711.41 

625.1 
385.1 

711.7 

625.7 

620.112 
59574 



Stresses 

Airplane construction 
Mechanics of solids 
Strength of materials 
Structural engineering 

Strikes 

String 

Chamber music 
Ensembles 
Instruments 
Orchestras 

Strip planting 

Strontium 

Inorganic chemistry 

Mining 
Structural 

Clay products 

Engineering 

Geology 

Steel construction 
Structure 

Of solids 

Theory 

Structural engineering 
Structures 

Architecture 

Landscape architecture 

Prehistoric 
Stucco 
Student 

Advisers 

Aid 
Schools 

Universities and col- 
leges 

Attitudes 

Behavior 

Counseling 

Ethics 

Exchange 

Government 

Housing 

Life 

Mortality 

Organizations 

Personnel work 

Promotion 



629.141 

531.3 

620.11 

624.171 

331.892 

787.04 

787.95 

787 

787 

631.45 

546.4 
622.36 

666.73 
624 
551.8 
693.7 

539.2 

624.17 

720 
717 
571.9 
693.6 

371.42 

371.22 

378.36 

371.81 

371.81 

371.422 

371.81 

371.39 

371.59 

371.87 

371.8 

371.29 

371.83 

371.422 

571.28 



639 

Student — (Continued) 

Punishment 

Retardation 

Songs 
Study 

Clubs 

Methods 

See also specific sub- 
jects 
Sturgeons 
Stuttering 

Corrective education 
Style 

Costume 

Fashion 

Literary 
Stylopids 
Styron 
Subject 

Headings 

Library catalogs 

Method Teaching 
Submachine guns 
Sub-marginal land utiliza- 
tion 
Submarine 

Building 

Cable telegraphy 

Diving 

Medicine 

Mines Law of war 

Photography 

Topography 

Warfare 
Subnormal 

Children 
Education 
Psychology 
Subscription 

Libraries 

Publishing 
Subsidies 

Wage economics 
Subsistence Military 
Substandard 

Risk life insurance 

Workers 



Index 



371.54 

371.28 

784.62 

021.4 
371.3 

—07 
597.4 

371.914 

591 

646.01 

808 

595.74 

668.423 



025.33 
371.36 
623.44 

333.7 

623.825 

621.382 

387.55 

616.98 

341.36 

778.7 

551.46 

359,92 



371.9 
136.76 

027.3 
655.5 

331.22 
355.8 

368.36 
331.3-.6 



Substitutions Algebra 
Subtraction 

Elementary education 
Subtractive processes 

Color photography 
Suburban communities 

Planning 

Political science 

Sociology 
Subversive activities 

Civilian protection 
Success in marriage 
Sucre 
Sudan 

Anglo-Egyptian 

French 
Sudanese 

Language 

Literature 
Suez Canal 
Suffrage 

In various countries 

Systems 

Woman 
Sugar 

Beets Culture 

Cane 
Botany 
Culture 

Industries Economics 

Manufacture 

Organic chemistry 

Suggestion systems 
Suicide 

Customs 

Social problem 

Suites Music 
Sulfate 

Of 

Ammonia Fertilizers 
Potash Fertilizers 
Process Wood pulp 

Sulfates 

Industrial chemistry 

Mineralogy 
Sulfides Mineralogy 



512.86 

372.7 

778.6 

711.58 

323.35 

301.36 

323.2 

355.232 

301.426 

987.5 

962.4 
966.2 

496.5 

896.5 

962.15 

324.1 

324.4-.9 

324.21 

324.3 

633.6 

584.8 

633.6 

338.17 

664.1 

547.92 

658.315 

394 

301.46 

785.8 



631.84 
631.83 
676.12 

661.2 

549.7 
549.3 



Sulfite process 




Wood pulp 


676.12 


Sulfur 




Dioxide 




Industrial chemistry 


66L9 


Fertilizers 


63L82 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.2 


.Vlineralog}' 


549.2 


Mining 


622.36 


Organic compounds 


547.8 


Sulfuric acid 




Industrial chemistry 


66L2 


Sulpicians 


271.7 


Suman language 


497.8 


Sumatra 


992.1 


Sumeria 


935 


Summability methods 




Calculus 


517.2 


Summer 




Houses Architecture 


728.7 


School 


371.23 


Sun 


523.7 


Sunbathing 


613.1 


Sunda 


992 


Sunday 




Observance 


263 


Schools 


268 


Music 


783.7 


Work 




Labor economics 


331.81 


Sundials 




Landscape architecture 


717 


Manufacture 


681.1 


Time determination 


529.7 


Sunflowers 


583.55 


Superconductivity 




Dielectrics 


537.22 


Superheaters 




Steam engineering 


621.19 


Superior Lake 


971.3 


Superphosphates 




Fertilizers 


631.85 


Supersonics 


534.5 


Superstitions 


398.3 


Supervised study 


371.36 


Supply 




And demand 





Index 



640 



Supply — (Continued) 

And demand — {Continued) 
Labor economics 331.11 

Production 338.522 

Corps Navy 359.8 

Troops Military 355.36 

Support materials 

Photography 771.5 

Suprarenals 616.4 
Supreme Court 

Reports U. S. 345.4 

U. S. treatises 347.972 

Surface 

Active agents 668.1 

Features of earth 551.4 
Phenomena 

Electrochemistry 541.375 

Prints 763 
Tension of solutions 541.374 
Treatment of metals 671.7 

Surfaces Geometry 516.5 

Surgery ' 617 

Cosmetic 617.95 

Operative 617.9 

Oral 617.6 

Plastic 617.95 

Veterinary 636.0897 
Surgical 

Dressings 617.9 
Hospitals- 362.19 
Instruments 617.9 
Methods and proce- 
dures 617.9 
Nursing 610,736 
Surnames 929.4 
Surprise 1 57 
Surrealism 759.06 
Surveying 526.9 
Boundary 526.92 
Geodetic 526.3 
Hydrographic 526.99 
Mine 622.1 
Plane - 526.91 
Railroad 625.11 
Reconnaissance 526.31 
Topographic 526.98 



641 



Index 



Surveys 




Market 


658.83 


Medical 


614.1 


Social 


309.1 


Survival instructions 




Militar}^ science 


355.5 


Survivor's insurance 


368.43 


Susanna Story of 


f 


Apocrypha 


229 


Suspension bridges 


624.5 


Svan language 


494.8 


Swarm control 




Bee keeping 


638.14 


Swastika Symbolism 


291.37 


Swazilanc 


968.3 


Sweden 


948.5 


Swedenborgian Church 


289.4 


Swedish 




Language 


439.7 


Literature 


839.7 


Painting 


759.8 


Philosophy 


198 


Sweet 




Clover 


633.3 


Herbs 


635.7 


Potatoes 


633.4 


Sweets 




Commercial manufac- 




ture 


664.15 


Home cookery 


641.85 


Swimming 


797.2 


Pools 




Architecture 


725.7 


Public health control 


614.7 


School 


371.62 


Swindling 


364.16 


Swine husbandry 


636.4 


Swing bridges 


624.8 


Swiss cattle 


636.23 


Switches 




Electrical 


621.317 


Railroac 


625.16 


Switzerland 


949.4 


Swords 




Fencing 


796.86 


Ordnance 


623.44 



Symbiosis 574.5 

. Animal 591.5 

Plant 581.5 

Symbolic logic 164 
Svmbolism 

'Art 704.94 

Biblical 220.6 

Christian 246 

Non-Christian 291.37 
Symmetry 

' Crystallography 548.1 

Symphonies 785.1 1 

Syni phyla 595.6 
Symposiums 

' Adult education 374.24 

Symptomatology 6 1 6.07 

Synagogues 296.6 

Architecture 726 

Synapsida 568.1 

Synaptera 595.71 

Syncarida 595.38 
Synchronizers Electric 621.37 

Syndicalism 335.8 
Syndicates Newspaper 070 

Svnods 262 
Svnonyms 

English language 424 

Other languages — 4 
Syntax 

Comparative linguistics 415 

English language 425.2 

Other languages — 52 

Synthesis gas 665.77 
Synthetic 

Fertilizers 631.84 

Fiber textiles 677.47 

Resin plastics 668.42 

Rubber products 678.3 

Syphilis 616.95 
Syria 
History 

Ancient 939 

Modern 956.9 
Syrian 

Church 281 

Language 492.3 

Literature 892.3 



Index 



Systematic 




Botany 


582-589 


Theology 


230 


Zoology 


592-599 


TNI' 




Manufacture 


662.27 


Ordnance 


623.452 


Tabasco 


972.6 


Tabernacles Jewish 


296.6 


Tablature 


781.24 


Table 




d'hote Table system 


642.5 


Furnishings 


642.7 


Games 


795 


Graces 


249 


Service 


642.6 


Setting 


642.6 


Systems 


642.5 


Top photography 


778.8 


Tableaux 


793 


Tabloids 


070.489 


Tabulating machines 


651.26 


Tachira 


987.1 


Tacna 


985.3 


Tactics Military 


355.42 


Tactile 




Responses 




Anima 


591.18 


Human 


612.8 


Plant 


581.18 


Sensation Psychology 


152 


Tacuarembo 


989.53 


Tadzhik Republic 


958,4 


Taensa language 


497.5 


Tagalog language 


499.2 


Tahiti 


996.211 


Tailoring 




Gommercial 


687.1 


Home 


646.4 


Taine, Hippolyte 




Philosophy 


194 


Taiwon 


951.24 


Talc 




Mineralogy 


549.6 


Mining 


622.36 



642 



Talca 


983.3 


Tall tales 


398.21 


Talmud 


296.1 


Tamarack 


585.2 


Tamaulipas 


972.1 


Tamil language 


494.8 


Tanaidacea 


595.38 


Tanganyika Territory 


967.82 


Tango 


795.33 


Tank 




Gulture 


631.58 


Destroyers 


623.43 


Regiments 


356.5 


Treatment Sewage 


628.3 


Tankage Fertilizers 


631.84 


Tankers 


623,824 


Tanks 


623.43 


Tanning 




Fur 


675.3 


Leather 


675.2 


Tantalum 




Economic geology 


553.4 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.8 


Metallurgy 


669.7 


Taoism 


299.51 


Taos language 


497.4 


Tap dancing 


793.32 


Tapestries 




Decorative 


746,3 


Manufacture 


677.6 


Tapeworms 




Parasitic disease 


616.9 


Zoology 


595.12 


Tapioca Manufacture 


664.2 


Tapirs 


599.72 


Tarapaca 


983.1 


Tarascan 




Language 


497.7 


Literature 


897.7 


Tardigrada 


595.4 


Target practice 


799.31 


Tariff 




. Policy 


337 


Taxation 


336.26 


Treaties 


337.9 


Tarija 


984.2 



643 



Index 



Tasmania 


994.6 


' 1 'ech nical — ( Con tin ued ) 




Taste 




Services — (Continued ) 




Physiology 


612.8 


Economics 


338.46 


Psychology 


152 


' ^avy 


359.99 


Removal 




Troops Military 


355.36 


Water purification 


628.16 


Technicolor 


778.5 


Tatting 


646.2 


Technological unemploy- 




Taverns 




ment 


331.13 


Architecture 


725.7 


Technology 




Management 


647.94 


Chemical 


660 


Tawahkan language 


497.8 


Effects on culture 


301.243 


Tawgi language 


494.4 


Teeth 


617.6 


Tax accounting 


657.6 


Teh uan tepee 


972.7 


Taxaceae 


585.2 


Telautograph 


621.382 


Taxation 


336.2 


Telecommunication 


384 


Taxicabs 




Telegraph 




Automotive engineer- 




Codes 


621.382 


ing 


629.22 


Companies 


384.1 


Transportation 


388.3 


Instruments 


621.382 


Taxidermy 


579 


Systems 


621.382 


Taxodiaceae 


585.2 


Utilities Economics 


338.39 


Taxonomic 




Telegraphy 




Botany 


582-589 


Communication 


384.1 


Forestry 


634.97 


Engineering 


621.382 


Zoology 


592-599 


Military engineering 


623.73 


Tea 




Teleology 


124 


Botany 


583.16 


Teleostci 


597.5 


Gulture 


633.7 


Telepathy 


133.8 


Industries Economics 


338.17 


Telephone 




Manufacture 


663.9 


Companies 


384.6 


Rooms Management 


647.95 


Systems 


621.385 


Teachers 


371.1 


Utilities Economics 


338.39 


Training 


370.7 


Telephony 




Universities anc 




Communication 


384.6 


colleges 


378.12 


Engineering 


621.385 


Teaching 


371 


Military engineering 


623.73 


Aids 


371.33 


Telephotography 


778.3 


Methods 


371.3 


Teleprinter 


621.382 


Technetium 




Telescopes 




Inorganic chemistry 


546.71 


Astronomy 


522.2 


Technical 




Military use 


623.46 


Drafting 


744 


Optics 


535.8 


Education 


378.99 


Telesio, Bernardino 




Journalism 


070.48 


Philosophy 


195 


Services 




Teletype 


621.382 


Air force 


358.9 


Military use 


623.73 



Index 



644 



Television 

Advertising 

And 

Adult education 
Libraries 

Apparatus 

Broadcasting 

Communication 

Engineering 

Script writing 

Show production 

Stations 

Systems 

Teaching aid 
Tellurium 

Economic geology 

Inorganic chemistrj 

Metallurgv 
Telugu language 
Temperament 
Temperance 
Temperature 

Atmospheric 

Control 

Air conditioning 

Measurement 
Meteorology 
Physics 

Seasonal changes 

Tests 

Engineering materials 
Temples 

Architecture 
Tempora 

Temptation of Christ 
Ten Commandments 
Tenasco 

Tenacity of crystals 
Tendons 
Tenite 
Tennessee 

River 
Tennis 
Tension tests 

Engineering materials 
Tensors 

Analytic geometry 





Tent dwellings 


571.8 


659.14 


Tenure Land 
Ter Borch, Gerard 


333.32 


374.27 


Painting 


759.9492 


021.4 


Teratology 




621.3883 


Anima 


591.2 


621.3889 


Human 


611.012 


384.55 


Plant 


581.2 


621.388 


Terbium 




808.22 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.6 


792.95 


Termination of war 


341.31 


384.55 


Termite resistant con- 




621.388 


struction 


693.84 


371.335 


Termites 


595.73 




Terms School 


371.23 


553.4 


Terpenes 




546.2 


Organic chemistry 


547.92 


669.7 


Terra cotta Manufacture 


666.3 


494.8 


Terracing 




137 


Erosion control 


631.45 


177 


Landscape architecture 


717 


536.5 


Terrestria 




551.52 


Animals 


591.9 




Magnetism 


551.16 


697.93 


Terriers 
Territoria 


636.71 


551.52 


Amacuro 


987.6 


536.5 


Amazonas Delta 


987.6 


551.52 


Territorial 






Acquisition 


320.1 


ials 620.112 


Loss 


320.1 


296.6 


Unity 


320.1 


726 


Testament 




751 


New 


225 


232.95 


Old 


221 


222.16 


Pseudepigrapha 


229.9 


677.46 


Tests 




548.84 


Aptitude 


151.22 


616.7 


Character 


137.8 


668.44 


Educational 


371.26 


976.8 


Electrical engineering 


621.37 


976.8 


Engineering materials 


620.112 


796.34 


Intelligence 


151.22 




Mental 


151.2 


s 620.112 


Personality 


137.8 




Personnel management 


658.311 


516.8 


Psychological 


151.2 



64s 



Index 



Tetrabranchia 


594.5 


Tctrapoda 


567.6 


Tetryl 


662.27 


Teutonic and Northern 




Mytholog}^ 


293 


Religion 


293 


Texas 


976.4 


Lonehorns 


636.28 


Textbook teaching 


371.3 


Textile 




Handcrafts 


745.52 


Industries Economics 


338.47 


Manufacture 


677 


Printing 


667.3 


Texts 




Comparative linguistics 


418 


For learning 




English language 


428 


Other languages 


8 


I'hallium 




Inorganic chemistry 


546.66 


Metallurgy 


669.7 


Thallophytes 




Botany 


589 


Paleobotany 


561.9 


Thamudian language 


492.9 


Thanksgi\ing Day 




Celebration 


394.26 


Sermons 


252.6 


Theaceae 


583.16 


Theater 




Handbooks 


792.02 


Music 


782.8 


Orchestras 


785.4 


Production 


792.9 


Theaters 


792 


Architecture 


725.8 


History 


792.09 


Theatrical 




Dancing 


793.32 


Direction 


792.02 


Thceodontia 


568.1 


Theft 


364.16 


Insurance 


368.82 


Theism 


211 


Thematic catalogs 


781.97 


Thcobacterialcs 


589.9 



Theodicy 

Doctrinal theology 231.8 

Natural theology 210 

Theology 

Christian social 261 

Devotional 240 
Doctrinal 

Christian 230 

Non-Christian 291.2 

Dogmatic 230 

Ecclesiastical 260 

Judaic 296.3 

Moral 241 

Natural 210 

Pastoral 250 

Systematic 230 

Theoretical 

Astronomy 521 

Electricity 537.1 

Electrochemistry 541.371 

Ethics 171 

Magnetism 537.1 

Optics 535.1 

Theosophy 

Natural theology 212 

Religious cult 294.58 

Theraminvot 789.9 

Therapeutics 615 

Veterinary 636.0895 

Therapsida 568.1 

Thermal 

Expansion tests 

Engineering materials 620.1 1 2 

Insulation 693.83 

Thermionics 537.5 

Thermochemistry 54 1 . 36 
Thermodvnamics 

Chemical 541.36 

Engineering 62 1 .0 1 

Theory 536.1 
Thennometcrs 

Electric 621.37 

Meteorologic 551.52 
Thcrmosbaenacea 595.38 

Thermotherapy 61 5.8 
Thessalonians N. T. 227.8 



Index 



646 



Thinking 153 

Thiokol 678.72 

Thistles 583.55 
Thomas a Kempis 

Theology 242.1 
Thorium 

Inorganic chemistry 546.6 

Metallurgy 669.293 

Thorough-bass 781.3 

Thought transference 133.8 

Thousand Is. 971.3 

Thracian language 491.991 
Thraco-Illyrian 

Language 491.991 

Literature 891.991 
Three children Song of 

Apocrypha 229 

Three Wise Men 232.92 

Thrips 595.73 

Throat 617.8 

Thrombosis 616.1 
Throttles Automobiles 629.24 
Thulium 

Inorganic chemistry 546.6 

Thunderstorms 551.55 

Thyme 583.8 

Thymus 616.4 

Thyroid 616.4 

Thysanoptera 595.73 

Thysanura 595.71 

Tibet 951.5 
Tibetan 

Language 495.4 

Literature 895.4 

Ticks 595.4 

Tide tables 525.69 

Navigation aids 623.894 

Tides 525.6 

Tientsin 951.154 
Tiepolo, Giovanni 

Painting 759.5 

Tierra del Fuego 982.7 

Tigre language 492.8 

Tigrinya language 492.8 
Tiles 

Building material 691.4 
Engineering material 620.14 



Tiles — (Continued) 




Manufacture 


666.73 


Ornamental 


738.5 


Tillage 


631.5 


Tilts Structural geology 


551.8 


Timber 




Building materia 


691.1 


Construction 


624,18 


Forestry 


634.9 


Timbering Mines 


622.2 


Time 




Deposits Banking 


332.1 


Determination 


529.7 


Intervals 


529.2 


Measurement 


529 


Standards 


529.7 


Studies 




Business management 


658.54 


Systems 


529.7 


Timor Archipelago 


992.4 


Timothy 




Culture 


633.2 


N. T. 


227.8 


Timukian language 


497.5 


Tin 




Economic geology 


553.4 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.5 


Metallurgy 


669.6 


Mining 


622.34 


Tincraft 


745.5 


Tintoretto, 11 Painting 


759.5 


Tintype 


772 


Tiolan 


677.47 


Tires 




Rubber manufacture 


678.3 


Tissue paper 




Manufacture 


676.2 


Tissues 


574.8 


Animal 


591.8 


Human 


611.018 


Plant 


581.8 


Titanium 




Economic geology 


553.4 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.28 


Metallurgy 


669.732 


Tithing 


254.8 


Titian Painting 


759.5 



647 

Title insurance 
Titles 

Motor vehicles 
Of honor 
Titrometric methods 

Quantitative analysis 
Titus N. T. 
Tlaxcala 

Tlingit language 
Toads 
Toasts 
Tobacco 

Culture 

Products 
Tobago 

Tobit Apocrypha 
Tobogganing 
Toda language 
Togoland 
Tokens 

Tokharian language 
Tolima 

Toluene Manufacture 
Tomatoes 

Tombs Architecture 
Tonalities Music 
Tone formation 

Musical education 
Tonga Is. 

Toning Photography 
Tonking 
Tonsillitis 
Tools 
Toothshell 
Top games 
Topaz 

Economic geology 

Mineralogy 
Topical songs 
Topographic 

Anatomy Animal 

Reductions 

Surveying 
Topography 

Military 

Submarine 
Topology Combinatorial 



Index 



368.88 


Torah 


222.1 




Tornado insurance 


368.1 


629.2 


Tornadoes 


551.55 


929.7 


Toronto 


971.354 




Torpedo stations Naval 


359.7 


545.5 


Torpedos 


623.451 


227.8 


Tortoises 


598.13 


972.4 


Tortola Is. 


972.972 


497.2 


Torts Private law 


347.5 


597.8 


Torture 




808.5 


Law 


340.3 




Social control 


301.152 


633.7 


Totemism 


291.2 


679.2 


Totonae language 


497.4 


972.983 


Touareg language 


493.3 


229 


Touarik language 


493.3 


796.9 


Touch 




494.8 


Physiology 


612.8 


966.81 


Psychology 


152 


737 


Tourist accommodations 




491.99 


Management 


647.97 


986.13 


Tourmaline Mineralogy 


549.6 


662.628 


Tournaments 


791 


635.6 


Customs 


394 


726.8 


Towed artillery 


623.43 


781.22 


Towers 






Architectural design 


729.3 


784.93 


Towing Seamanship 


623.88 


996.12 


Town meetings 




770.2 


Adult education 


374.24 


959 


Towncentercd communi- 




617.8 


ties 


301.35 


621.9 


Toxicology 


615.9 


594.2 


Toy making 


688.7 


795.2 


'1 'racer 






Chemistry 


541.23 


553.8 


Techniques Biology 


578 


549.6 


Tracheitis 


617.8 


784.68 


Track athletics 


796.4 




Tracks Railroad 


625.14 


591.49 


Tract music 


783.2 


526.6 


Traction Electric 


625.1 


526.98 


Tractors 




910 


Automotive engineerin 


s, 629.22 


623.71 


Farm machinery 


631.37 


551.46 


Operation 


629.28 


513.83 


Steam 


621.14 



Index 



648 



Trade 380 

Agreements 337.9 

Associations 381 

Channels 658.84 

Domestic 381 

Export 382.6 

Import 382.5 

International 382 
Government control 337 

Retail 658.87 

Routes 387.52 

Unions 331.88 

Adult education 374.21 
Waste treatment " 628.5 

Wholesale 658.86 

Winds 551.51 

Trading companies 382 

Traditional logic 164 

Traffic 385 

Engineering 62 5.79 
Trailer camps 

Management 647.97 
Trailers 

Automotive engineering 629.226 
Training 

Business 658.386 

Military 355.5 

Of will 1 59 

Schools 364.72 
Trains 

Model 625.19 

Railroad engineering 625.27 

Transportation 385.2 

Trajectory 623.54 

Tramps Welfare ser\iccs 362.5 

Trances Spiritualism 1 33.9 

Transcendentalism 1 90 

Transfiguration of Christ 232.95 
Transformations Algebra 512.86 

Transformers Electric 621.314 
Transients 

Welfare services 362.5 

Transjordan 956.95 

Translation of rigid bodies 531 .2 
Transmission 

Automobile 629.24 

Electrical 621.319 



Transmission — ( Con tinned ) 

Radio 621.3841 
Sound waves 534.2 

Transmutations 

Nuclear physics 539.753 
Transplantation 

Animal physiology 591.3 

Transport airplanes 629.133 
Transportation . 385 

Administration 385 

Advertising 659.134 

Air ^ ^ 387.7 

Military science 358.44 

Automotive 388.3 
Buildings Architecture 725.3 

Canal 386.4 

Engineering 625 

Facilities 385 

Military mobilization 355.27 

Finance 385 

Highway 388 

Inland waterway 386 

Insurance 368.2 

Lake 386.5 

Marine 387 

Military 356.95 

Mining 622.6 

Railroad 385.1 

Regulation 385 

River 386.3 

Routes 385 

Services 385 
Terminals 

Administration 385 

City planning 711.7 

Utilities Economics 338.39 

Vehicles 385 

Transposition Music 78 1 .64 
Transradium elements 

Inorganic chemistry 546.6 
Transuranic elements 

Inorganic chemistry 546.6 

Transvaal 968.2 

Trapping industries 639.1 

Trappist monks 271.1 

Trapshooting 799. 3 1 

Travelers' manuals 910.2 



649 

Traveling 

Libraries 

Sho\AS 
Travels 

Collected 
Trawlers 
Treason 

Treasure Buried 
Treasury Department 
Treaties 

International 

Tariff 
Treatises Law 
Tree 

Dwellings 

Strips Erosion control 
Trees 

Botany 

F^orestry 

Landscape architecture 

Ornamental 

Paleobotany 
Treinte y Tres 
Trematoda 
Trench knixes 
Trent Council of 
Trial 

By 
Jury 
Ordeal 

Of Christ 
Trials 

Church 

Civil 

Criminal 

Nuremberg 
Triangulation 

Geodetic surveying 
Tribes 

Ancient European 
Tribunals 

Administrative 

International 

Military 
Trichinella 
Trichoptera 
Trick photography 



Index 





Tricks 


793.8 


021.6 


Tricolor Carbro 


778.6 


791 


Trieste 


943.68 


910.4 


Trigonometrical leveling 


526.38 


910.8 


Trigonometry 


514 


623.828 


Trillium 


584.23 


364.13 


Trilobites 


565.3 


910.45 


Trimetric projections 




353.2 


Technical drafting 


744.45 




Trinidad 


972.983 


541.2 


Trinitrotoluene 




337.9 


Manufacture 


662.27 


347 


Trinity 


231.3 




Tripods Camera 


771.3 


571.8 


Trips School 


371.39 


631.45 


Trisaccharides 






Organic chemistry 


547.92 


582.16 


Tristan da Cunha 


997.12 


634.9 


Trochclminthes 


595.18 


715 


Trombone 


788.2 


635.977 


Tromellales 


589.22 


561.121 


Troop 




989.52 


Carrier Command 


358.44 


595.12 


Information and edu- 




623.44 


cation 


355.34 


270.6 


Troops Military 
Tropica 


355.36 




Gardens 


635.9 


340.4 


Medicine 


616.98 


340.3 


Photography 


778.7 


232.96 


Tropisms 






Animal 


591.18 


262.9 


Human 


612.8 


347.91 


Plant 


581.18 


343.1 


Trouble 




341.41 


Consolatory readings 


242.4 




Truant schools 


364.72 


526.33 


Truants Education 
Truck 


371.93 


936 


Companies 


388.3 




Gardening 


635 


344.1 


Operation 


629.28 


341.63 


Transportation 


388.3 


355.13 


True 




595.13 


Bacteria 


589.9 


595.74 


Bugs 


595.75 


778.8 


Fungi 


589.2 



Index 



6^0 



True — (Continued) 




Lice 


595.74 


Mosses 


588.2 


Spiders 


595.44 


Truffles 




Botany 


589.23 


Culture 


635.8 


Trujillo 


987.1 


Truk Is. 


996.6 


Trumpet 


788.1 


Trussed 




Arch bridges 


624.7 


Bridges 


624.3 


Trusses Design 


624.177 


Trust companies 


332.14 


Trusteeship control 




Colonial goxernment 


325.31 


Trusts Production 


338.8 


Trypanosoma 


593.16 


Tsimshian language 


497.4 


Tuamotu Is. 


996.32 


Tuba 


788.48 


Tuberales 


589.23 


Tuberculosis 


616.2 


Veterinary medicine 


636.0896 


Tubers 




Botany 


589.23 


Field culture 


633.4 


Garden culture 


635.2 


1 ubes 




Electron 


621.34 


Metal 


671.83 


Radio 


621.3843 


Rubber 


678.3 


Tubulidentata 


599.3 


Tucano 




Language 


498 


Literature 


898 


Tucuman 


982.4 


Tudor furniture 


749.22 


Tuition School 


371.22 


Tulip tree 


583.11 


Tulu language 


494.8 


Tumbes 


985.1 


Tumors 


616.99 


Tungstates Mineralogy 


549.7 



Tungsten 




Economic geology 


553.4 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.75 


'VIetallurgy 


669.734 


Tungurahua 


986.61 


Tungus language 


494 


Tunguzic 




Language 


494.1 


Literature 


894.1 


Tunican language 


497.4 


Tunicata 


,596 


Tunisia 


960.1 


Tunnels 




Mining 


622.2 


Railroad engineering 


625.13 


Structural engineering 


624.152 


Turbellaria 


595.12 


Turbidity removal 




Water purification 


628.16 


Turbines 




Hydraulic 


621.2 


Marine 


623.872 


Steam 


621.16 


Turkey 


956.1 


Turkeys 


636.59 


Turkic literature 


894.3 


Turkmen language 


494.3 


Turkmenistan Republic 


958.4 


Turks Is. 


972.961 


Turner, Joseph Painting 


759.2 


Turnips 




Botany 


583.12 


Field culture 


633.4 


Garden culture 


635.1 


Turnouts Railroad 


625.16 


Turquoise 




Economic geology 


553.8 


Turro v Darder, Ramon 




Philosophy 


196 


Turtles 


598.13 


Tussah silk textiles 


677.41 


20th century 




Architecture 


724.9 


Arts 


709.03 


History 


909.82 


Painting 


759.06 


Sculpture 


735.29 



651 



Index 



Twisted-winged insects 


595.74 


Two-way dictionaries 


423.2-.9 


Type 


655.2 


Faces 


655.24 


I'ypesetting 


655,28 


Typewriter 


652.3 


Composition 


655.28 


Typewriting 


652.5 


Typhaceae 


584.61 


Typhoid fever 


616.9 


Typhoons 


551.55 


Typography 


655.25 


Typology Bible 


220.6 


USSR 


947 


Udmurt language 


494.5 


Uganda 


967.61 


Uigur language 


494,3 


Ukulele 


787.9 


Ukraine Republic 


947.7 


Ukrainian 




Language 


491.79 


Literature 


801.79 


Ulmaceae 


583.96 


Ultrasonics 


534.5 


Ultra-violet 




Photography 


778.3 


Radiation 


535 


Ulva language 


497.8 


Umbellales 


583.48 


Umbelliferae 


583.48 


Unamuno, Miguel de 




Philosophy 


196 


Unction Extreme 


265.7 


Undergraduate study 


378.15 


Underground 




Railroads Engineering 


625.1 


Water 


551.49 


Gradation work 


551.35 


Understanding 


153 


Undertaking 


614.6 


Underwater salvage 


387.55 


Underwear 




Home making 


646.4 


Manufacture 


687 


Underwriter requirements 




Electric lighting 


621.328 



UndcrwTiting Insurance 
Unemployed 

Welfare services 
Unemployment 

Economics 

Insurance 

Social problem 
Ungulata 
Ungulates 

Unicameral legislature 
Unicellular animals 
Uniform laws 
Uniforms Military 
Union 

Benefit plans 

Catalogs 

Of 

South Africa 
Soviet Socialist Re- 
publics 
Unions 

Labor 

School Architecture 
Unitarian Church 
Unitary government 
United 

Brethren in Christ 

Nations 
United States of America 

Administration 

Constitutional law 

History 

Laws 

Literature 

Painting 

Political parties 
Unitv 
Universal 

Joints 

Automotive engi- 
neering 
Mechanical engi- 
neering 

Language 
Universalisni 
Universe 



368.012 
362.5 

331.13 

368.44 

301.46 

599.7 

599.7 

328.39 

593.1 

328 

355.14 

331.137 
025.35 

968 
947 

331.88 
727.3 
288 
321.02 

289.92 
341.13 

353 

342.73 

973 

345 

810 

759.13 

329 

320.158 



629.24 

621.82 
408.9 
289.1 
523.1 



Index 



6$2 



Universities and colleges 


378 


Architecture 


727.3 


Correspondence courses 


374.4 


Grounds Landscaping 


712.7 


Libraries 


027.7 


State and national 


379.16 


Women's 


376.8 


Unmarried mothers, 




homes 


362.15 


Upanishads 


294 


Upholstered furniture 




making 


684.1 


Upper 




Canada 


971.3 


Volta 


966.25 


Uranates Mineralogy 


549.7 


Uranium 




Economic geology 


553.4 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.6 


!VIetallurgy 


669.293 


Urban 




Church work 


254.2 


Communities 




Political science 


323.35 


Sociology 


301.36 


Land resources 


333.77 


Redevelopment 




Citv planning 


711.59 


Rent' 


333.5 


Residences 




Architecture 


728.3 


Urbanization 




Effects on family life 


301.423 


Urdu 




Language 


491.4 


Literature 


891.4 


Urea liquor Fertilizers 


631.84 


Urea-foimaldehyde resin 




plasties 


668.422 


Uredinales 


589.22 


Ureter 


616.6 


Urethra 


616.6 


Urodela 




Paleozoology 


567.9 


Zoology 


597.9 


Urogenital system 


616,6 


Urology 


616.6 



Ursulines 


271.9 


Urticaeeae 


583.96 


Urticales 


583.96 


Uruguay 


989.5 


Uryanhay language 


494.3 


Use tax 


336.271 


Ustilaginales 


589.22 


Usury 


332.8 


Utah 


979.2 


Utopias 


321.07 


Religious 


261 


Uvea Is. 


993.3 


Uzbekistan Republic 


958.4 


Vacation 




Bible schools 


268.4 


Schools 


371.23 


Vacations 




Business 


658.381 


By automobile 


796.7 


Labor economies 


331.81 


Schoo 


371.23 


Vaccination 


614.4 


Vacuum tubes 




Electronics 


621.342 


Radio 


621.3843 


Vaiscsika philosophy 


181.4 


Valdivia 


983.5 


Valle del Cauca 


986.15 


Valleys 




Physiography 


551.43 


River engineering 


627.12 


Valparaiso 


983.2 


Value 




Money 


332.41 


Standards and theories 


101 


Valves Automotive 


629.25 


Vanadates Mineralogy 


549.7 


Vanadium 




Economic geology 


553.4 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.8 


Metallurgy 


669.732 


Vancouver Is. 


971.1 


Vandals 


936 


Van 




Dyck, Philip Painting 


759.9493 



^53 



Index 



Van — (Continued) 




Eyck, Hubert and Jan 




Painting 


759.9493 


Gogh, Vincent 




Painting 


759.9492 


Vanilla 




Botany 


584.15 


Vlanufacturc 


664.5 


Vapor 




Pressure 


533.12 


Lowering 


541.373 


Properties 


533.12 


Variable stars 


523.84 


Variables 




Complex Calculus 


517.8 


Real Calculus 


517.1 


Variation 


575.1 


Animal 


591.15 


Plant 


581.15 


Variations Calculus 


517.4 


Vari-Typer 


652.3 


Composition 


655.28 


Varix 


616.1 


Varnishes Manufacture 


667.7 


Varnishing 


■ 


Wood finishing 


698.3 


Vatican City 


945.6 


Vaults 




Architectural design 


729.3 


Vaupes 


986.16 


Vector 




Analysis 




Algebra 


512.85 


Geometry 


516.8 


Vedanta philosophy 


181.48 


Vedas 


294 


Vedic religion 


294.1 


Vegetable 




Fats and oils 


665.3 


Gardens 


635 


Industries Economics 


338.17 


Juices 


663.63 


Manures 


631.87 


Resin plastics 


668.45 


Vegetarian cookery 


641.56 


Veils Costume 


391 


Veins 


616.1 



Velazquez, Diego 

Painting 759.6 

Vella Lavella Is. 993.5 

Vellum books 096 
Velocity 
Of 

Light 535.2 

Liquids 532.5 

Solids 531.2 

Sound 534.2 

Velon 677.47 

Velvet 677.6 

Veneer 

Manufacture 674.83 

Woodworking 684.2 

Venereal diseases 616.95 

Venereology 616,95 

Venetian glassware 748.2 

Venezuela 987 

Venial sin 233.2 

Ventilating 697.92 

Industrial buildings 658.2 
Marine ^ 623.853 
Library buildings ' 022.8 

Mines 622.4 

Ventriloquism 79 3 .8 

Veracruz 972.6 

Verbenaceae 583.8 
Vermeer, Jan Painting 759.9492 

Vermicelli 664.75 

Vermont 974.3 

Vermes 595.1 
Verrazano, Giovanni da 

Voyages 973.18 

Versification 808.1 

Versions of Bible 220.4-.5 
Vertebrata 

Paleozoology 566 

Zoology 596 
Vertebrates 

Paleozoology 566 

Zoology 596 

Vervain 583.8 

Vespers 783.2 

Vespucci, Amerigo 

Voyages 973.16 



Index 



6s4 



Vessels 




Virus diseases 




Vlarine transportation 


387.54 


Medicine 


616.9 


Naval engineering 


623.8 


Plant pathology 


581.2 


Vestments 


247 


Veterinary medicine 


636.0896 


Veterans 


355.11 


Viruses 


576.6 


Hospitals 


362.11 


Agricultural pests 


632.8 


Veterinary 




Viscose process rayon 


677.46 


Corps 


356.92 


Viscosity 




Jurisprudence 


636.0894 


Of 




Medicine 


636.089 


Gases 


533.13 


Vibration 




Solutions 


541.374 


Engineering 


620.1 


Vises 


621.88 


Mechanics of solids 


531.3 


Visigoths 


936 


Vibrational spectra 




Vision 




VIolecular physics 


539.1 


Disorders 


617.7 


Vichada 


986.13 


Optics 


535.6 


Victoria 


994.5 


Psychology 


152 


Vicuna fiber textiles 


677.3 


Visits School 


371.59 


Viet-Nam 


959 


Visual 




Villa Hayes 


989,22 


Media Teaching aids 


371.335 


Village 




Sensation 


152 


Communities 


301,35 


Vitaceae 


583.27 


Government 


352 


Vital statistics 


312 


Vinegar 


664.5 


Vitamin therapy 


616.46 


Vines 




Vitamins 




Culture 


635.97 


Animal biochemistry 


591.19 


Landscape architecture 


715 


Applied nutrition 


641.1 


Vinyl fiber textiles 


677.47 


Biochemistry 


574.19 


Vinylchloridc fiber tex- 




Human biochemistry 


612.015 


tiles 


677.47 


Organic chemistry 


547.92 


Vinylite 


668.423 


Plant biochemistry 


581.19 


Vmyon 


677.47 


Vitreous enamels 




Viola 


787.2 


Manufacture 


666.2 


Violaceae 


583.13 


Viviparous mammals 


599.3 


Violales 


583.13 


Vocabulary 




Violet 


583.13 


Elementary education 


372.6 


Dog's-tooth 


584.23 


English language 


423 


Violin 


787.1 


Other languages 


3 


Violoncello 


787.3 


Vocal 




Virgin 




Composition 


781.61 


Birth 


232.92 


Exercises 




Gorda Island 


972.972 


Music education 


784.93 


Islands 


972.972 


Music 


784 


Virginal 


786.2 


Vocationa 




Virginia 


975.5 


Education 


571.426 


Reel 


793.34 


Guidance 


371.425 


Virtues Innate 


234.1 


Rehabilitation 


571.91 



655 

Vogul language 
Voice 

Culture 
Music 
Public speaking 

Disorders 

Corrective education 

Physiology 
Volapiik 
Volcanism 
Volcanoes 

Disaster relief 
Volga language 
Volta Upper 
Voltage measurement 

Electricity 
Voltmeters 
Voltzia 
Volumetric methods 

Quantitative analysis 
Voluntary 

Action 

Movements 

Social organization 
Voters 
Voting 

Absentee 

Machines 

Procedure 

Systems 
Votyak language 
Voyages 

And discoveries 
U.S. history 

Around the world 

Sea 
Vulcanizing 
Vulgar Latin language 
Vulgarisms 

English language 

Other languages 
Vulgate 

Wage 

Administration 

Economics 

Waitresses 



Index 



494.5 


Wake Is. 


997.2 




Walchia 


561.5 




Waldenses 


284.4 


784.93 


Wales 


942.9 


808.52 


Walkie-talkie 


625.73 




Walking 


796.51 


371.914 


^^^all board 




612.78 


Building material 


691.9 


408.91 


Manufacture 


676.2 


551.21 


Wallis Is. 


993.2 


551.21 


Walls 




361.5 


Architectural design 


729.3 


494.5 


Construction 


694.2 


966.25 


Landscape architecture 
Walnut 


717 


621.37 


Botany 


585.973 


621.37 


Culture 


654.5 


561.5 


Walruses 


599.745 




Waltz 


795.53 


545 


Want Freedom from 
War 


325.4 


159 


And Christianity 


261.6 


158.5 


Between the states 


975.7 


301.43 


Contrabanc 


541.55 


524.1 


Customs 


599 




Dances 


399 


324.24 


Debts 


356.54 


324.25 


Effects on family 


501.425 


324.24 


Law 


341.5 


324.21 


Of 1812 


975.52 


494.5 


Prisoners 


341.35 


910.4 


Property in 
Risk 


541.32 


973.1-.18 


Insurance 


368.1 


910.41 


Life and accident in- 




910.45 


surance 


368.36 


678.24 


Social problem 


501.46 


477.05 


Ward, Lynd Prints 
Warehouses 


761 


428.5 


Architecture 


725.55 


83 


Warehousing 


658.7 


220.4 


Warfare 


555 




Air 


558.4 




*>Javal 


359.93 


658.32 


Amphibious 


359.96 


331.2 


Bacteriological 


556.95 


647.2 


Chemical 


556.95 



Index 



6s6 



6s7 



Index 



Warfare — ( Continued ) 

Maritime 341.36 

Mine 359.94 

Naval 359.9 

Psychological 3 5 5.42 

Submarine 359.92 

Warm air heating 697.3 

Wars 

Disaster relief 361.5 

Military 355.48 

Religious 270.6 

Warships 623.825 

Early 623.821 

Wartime cookery 641.56 

Wash Painting 751 

Washing 

Commercial laundry 667.13 
Home laundry 648.1 
Ore dressmg 622.7 
Photographic develop- 
ment 770.2 

Washington 

D. C. 975.3 

Island 996.81 

State 979.7 

Wash-Off Relief 778.6 

Wasps Agricultural pests 632.7 

Waste 

Cans City planning 711.6 
Disposal 

Engineering 628 
Public health control 614.7 

Factor}^ management 658.56 
Land 

Reclamation 627.5 

Resources 333.73 
Paper pulp 

Manufacture 676.14 

Recovery 628.5 

Salvage 679.9 

Watch dogs 636.74 

Watches 

Manufacture 681.1 

Time determination 529.7 

Water 

Chemical analysis 543.13 

Color ' 751 



Water— (Continued) 
Consumption 
Control 
Culture 
Department 
Distillation 

Marine systems 
Distribution 
Erosion 

Farm control 
Features 

Landscape architec- 
ture 
Ferns 
Gardens 
Gas 
Inland 
Lily 
Molds 
Pageants 
Plantain 

Power equipment 
Procurement 
Purification 
Removal from mines 
Resources 
Rights 
Running 
Storage 
Supply 

City planning 

Engineering 

Public health control 
Therapeutic use 
Underground 

Erosion 
Utilities Economics 
Waves 

Hydrodynamics 
Wheels 
Waterbears 
Watercress 
Botanv 
Culture 
Waterfalls 

Landscape architecture 
Physiography 



628.1 
627 
631.58 
352.6 

623.854 
628.1 
551.35 
631.45 



714 

587.3 

635.9 

665.77 

551.48 

583.11 

589.26 

797.2 

584.7 

621.2 

628.1 

628.16 

622.5 

333.91 

333.91 

551.35 

628.1 

711.8 

628.1 

614.7 

615.8 

551.49 

551.35 

338.39 

532.5 
621.2 
595.4 

583.12 
635.5 

714 
551.48 



Waterford glass 
Waterfronts 

City planning 
Waterproof fabrics 
Waterways 

City planning 

Engineering 

Transportation 
Waterworks 
Watling's Is. 
Watteau, Antoine 

Painting 
Wattmeters 
Wave 

Guides 

Electromagnetism 
Radio 

Mechanics 
Waxes 

Waxing Wood finishing 
Wealth and income 
Weapons 
Weasel spiders 
Weasels 
Weather 

Agricultural pest 

Forecasting 

Relation to health 
Weathering 

Tests 

Engineering materials 
Weaving 

Elementary education 

Textile 
Handcrafts 
Industry 
Wedgwood earthenware 
Weeds 
Weeks 
Weevils 

Agricultural pests 

Zoology 
Weights Standardization 
Weirs Construction 
Welding 

Aeronautic 

Shipbuilding 



748.2 


Welfare 




Industrial 


711.7 


Institutions 


677.6 


Libraries 




Programs 


711.7 


Labor unions 


627.1 


Services 


386 


Work 


628.1 


Church 


972.96 


Prison 




Well drilling 


759.4 


Petroleum mining 


621.37 


Wells Hydrology 




Welsh 




Language 


537.12 


Literature 


621.3843 


Wesleyan Methodists 


530.1 


West 


665.53 


Africa French 


698.3 


Indies 


339 


British 


623.4 


Danish 


595.4 


French 


599.744 


Netherlands 


551.591 


The U. S. 


632.1 


Virginia 


551.591 


Westchester County, 


616.98 


N.Y. 


551.37 


Westerlies Meteorology 




Western 


620.112 


Australia 




Hemisphere 


372.5 


Westphalia Peace of 




Church histor,' 


745.52 


Westward migration 


677 


Wetting agents 


738.3 


Whales 


632.58 


Whaling industries 


529.2 


Whar\es Construction 




Wheat 


632.7 


Botany 


595.76 


Culture 


389 


Wheatstone 


627.8 


Bridges 


671.52 


System Telegraphy 


629.142 


Wheel 


623.84 


Animalcules 



331.83 

362 

027.66 

331.893 

362 

360 

258 

365.66 

622.338 
551.49 

491.66 
891.66 

287 

966.1 

972.9 

972.9 

972.9 

972.9 

972.9 

978 

975.4 

974.72 
551.51 

984.1 
912.2 

270.7 

973.6 

668.1 

599.5 

639.28 

627.3 

584.8 
633.1 

621.37 
621.382 

595.18 



Index 



658 



Wheel — ( Con tin ued ) 




Games 


795.2 


Wheels Automobile 


629.24 


Whelks 


594.3 


Whig Party U. S. 


329.4 


Whip-scorpions 


595.4 


Whiskey 


663.5 


Whist 


795.41 


Whistler, James 




Etchings 


767 


Painting 


759.1 


Whistling 


784.93 


White ants 


595.73 


White Sulphur Springs, 




W. Va. 


975.489 


Whitehead, Alfred 




Philosophy 


192 


Wholesale trade 


658.86 


Wholesalers 


658.86 


Wife-husband relation- 




ship 


301.426 


Wigs Costume 


391 


Wild 




Flowers 


582.13 


Life Conservation 


333.78 


Silk textiles 


677.41 


Wilkes Land 


999 


Will Psychology 


159 


William and Mary furni- 




ture 


749.22 


Willow 


583.98 


Wilson, Richard 




Painting 


759.2 


Wilt Agricultural pest 


632.3 


Wind 


551.51 


Agricultural pest 


632.1 


Chamber music 


788.04 


Erosion 


551.37 


Farm control 


631.45 


Instruments 


788 


Tunnels 


629.107 


Windish 




Language 


491.79 


Literature 


891.8 


Window 




Displays 


659.15 



Window — (Continued) 




Frames 


695 


Gardens 


635.96 


Windows 




Architectural design 


729.5 


Building construction 


695 


Stained glass 


748.5 


Windstorm insurance 


368.1 


Windstorms 


551.55 


Disaster relief 


361.5 


Windward Is. 


972.98 


Wine 


663.2 


Cookery 


641.6 


Grapes Culture 


634.8 


Winemaking 


663.2 


Wings Airplane 


629.143 


Winnetka Plan 




Education 


371.394 


Winter 




Houses Architecture 


728.7 


Sports 


796.9 


Wintergreen 


583.6 


Wire Manufacture 


671.84 


Wireless equipment 




Naval 


623.86 


Wisconsin 


977.5 


Wisdom 




Apocrypha 


229 


Of God 


231 


Wister glass 


748.2 


Witchcraft 


133.4 


Witches-broom 


589.23 


Wiyot language 


497.3 


Wolfhounds 


636.71 


Wolfram Metallurgy 


669.734 


Woman 




Suffrage 


324.3 


Party 


329.8 


Women 


396 


Diseases 


618 


Education 


376 


In industry 




Social problem 


301.46 


Labor 


331.4 


Women's 




Apparel 




Home making 


646.4 



659 



Index 



Women's — (Continued) 

Home making — (Conti 
Manufacture 

Clubs 

Adult education 

Colleges 

Corps 
Army 
Military 
Navy 
Wood 

Ashes Fertilizer 

Chemical utilization 

Construction 

Distillation 

Engineering material 

Engravings 

Fiber textiles 

Finishing construction 

Lumbering 

Flour 

Fuel technology 

Identification 

Lice 

Preserving oils 

Products 
■ Properties 

Pulp manufacture 

Sculpture 

Shaping 

Shavings 

Shingles 

Structure 

Tests 

Turning 
Wood-borers 
Woodcraft 
Woodcuts 
Woodland resources 
Woodworking 

Lumber manufacture 

Shops Management 
Wool textiles 
Word derivation 

Comparative linguistics 

English language 

Other languages 





\Vords 




nued) 


Superstitions 


398.3 


687.12 


Use and abuse 






English language 


428.3 


374.21 


Other languages 


83 


376.8 


Work 






Relief 


331.137 


355.34 


Schedules 




355.34 


Business management 


658.381 


359.34 


Economics 
Workers 


331.81 


631.83 


Organizations 


331.88 


668.7 


Physical risks 


331.82 


694 


Problems 


331.8 


668.7 


Substandard 


331.3-.6 


620.12 


Working dogs 


636.72 


761 


Workmen's 




677.1 


Budgets 


331.831 


698.3 


Compensation 


331.825 


674.43 


Insurance 


368.41 


674.84 


Workshops 




662.65 


Adult education 


374.91 


634.98 


Home 


680 


595.372 


World 




662.628 


Order and Christianity 


261.6 


674.8 


Peace 


341.1 


634.98 


Administration 


341.11 


676.12 


Organizations 


341.11 


736.4 


Regional associations 


341.18 


674.43 


State 


321.04 


674.84 


War I 


940.3-.4 


695 


See also individuaJ 




634.98 


countries 




634.98 


War II 


940.53-.54 


674.43 


See also individual 




595.76 


countries 




745.5 


Worms 


595.1 


761 


Worship 




333.75 


Doctrinal theology 


291.3 


684 


Natural theology 


210 


674.4 


Public 


264 


621.7 


Wrapping paper 




677.3 


Manufacture 


676.2 




Wrestling 


796.81 


412 


Writing 


652 


422 


Automatic 


133.93 


2 


Inks Manufacture 


667.4 



Index 



660 



Writing — ( Continued ) 




Language 


411 


English 


421 


Other 


1 


Music 


781.24 


Paper Manufacture 


676.2 


Profession 


808.06 


Wrought 




Iron 


669.141 


Metalwork 


739 


Wundt, W^ilhelm 




Philosophy 


193 


Wyoming 


978.7 


Xcnarthra 


599.3 


Xenon 




Industrial chemistry 


661.9 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.29 


Xerophytes 


581.52 


Xiphosura 




Paleozoology 


565.3 


Zoology 


595.39 


X-rays 


535.66 


Cr\'stallography 


548.83 


Diagnosis 


616.07 


Photography 


778.3 


Quantitative analysis 


545.8 


'i'herapeutic use 


615.8 


Xylophone 


789.6 


Xyridaceae 


584.3 


Xyridales 


584.3 


YMCA 


267.3 


Adult education 


374.21 


YMHA 


296.6 


YWCA 


267.5 


YWHA 


296.6 


Yachting 


797.14 


Yachts 




Power 


623.824 


Sailing 


623.822 


Yakut language 


494.3 


Yakutsk Republic 


957 


Yangtse River 


951 


Yap Is. 


996.6 


Yaracuy 


987.2 



Yards 




And Docks Bureau of 


359.7 


Naval equipment 


623.86 


Years 


529.2 


Yeast 


664.6 


Fungi 


589.23 


Yellow-eyed grass 


584.3 


Yellow-green algae 


589.48 


Yellowstone Nationa 




Park 


978.7 


Yemen 


953.3 


Yenisey language 


494.4 


Yew 


585.2 


Yiddish 




Language 


437.9 


Literature 


838.99 


Yoga philosophy 


181.45 


Yosemite National Park 


979.44 


Young 




VIen's 




Christian Association 


267.3 


Hebrew Association 


296.6 


Peoples' 




Libraries 


027.62 


Religious societies 


267.6 


Societies 


369.4 


Women's 




Christian Association 


267.5 


Hebrew Association 


296.6 


Youth 




Psychology 


136.73 


Movements 


301.153 


Ysabel Is. 


993.5 


Ytterbium 




Inorganic chemistry 


546.6 


Yttrium 




Inorganic chemistry 


546.6 


Yucatan 


972.6 


Yucatec language 


497.4 


Yucca 


584.23 


Yugoslavia 


949.7 


Yukaghir language • 


494.6 


Yukian language 


497.5 


Yukon Territory 


971.21 


Yuman language 


497.5 


Yurak language 


494.4 



661 



Jndex 



Zacatecas 


972.4 


Zither 


787.8 


Zanzibar 


967.81 


Zodiac signs 


133.5 


Zapotecan language 


497.6 


Zodiacal light 


523.5 


Zebras 


599.72 


Zona Militar de Como- 




Zechariah O. T. 


224.9 


doro Rivadavia 


982.7 


Zein 




Zoogeography 


591.9 


Fiber textiles 


677.47 


Zoological gardens 


590.7 


Plasties 


668.43 


Architecture 


727.5 


Zenith distances 




Zoology 


590 


Geodetic surveying 


526.38 


Economic 


591.6 


Zephaniah O. T. 


224.9 


Non-systematic 


591 


Zinc 




Paleo- 


562-569 


Economic geology 


553.4 


Systematic 


592-599 


Fertilizers 


631.82 


Taxonomic 


592-599 


Inorganic chemistry 


546.58 


Zoraptera 


595.73 


^7 * 

Metallurgy 


669.5 


Zorn, Anders Painting 


759.8 


Minine 


622.34 


Zoroastrianism 


295 


Zirconia refractories 


666.72 


Zulia 


987.2 


Zirconium 




Zuloaga, Ignacio 




Economic geology 


553.4 


Painting 


759.6 


Inorganic chemistrv 


546.28 


Zygnematales 


589.47 


* 

VIetallurgy 


669.7 


Zyrian language 


494.5 



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