Title 36--PARKS, FORESTS, AND PUBLIC PROPERTY
Chapter VII--LIBRARY OF CONGRESS


applicants do not need Civil Service status to apply for its positions. The Library has a wide range of clerical, technical, and professional positions (the latter...


to the various areas therein that are open to the public during the announced hours of public opening. Such persons may be admitted to other areas within the buildings...


prescribed by regulations established by The Librarian of Congress. All property including, but not limited to, suitcases, briefcases, handbags, large...


requests from the media, for other than generally published information and Library records, should be referred to the Public Affairs Office. (b) Public Affairs...


a User Card. The Library will issue User Cards, in accordance with established access regulations, to those persons who present a valid photo identification card...


purpose. Available materials so requested are located and delivered to readers by the staff. Subject to specified limitations, materials may be reserved for continued...


telephone and by mail are governed by policies and regulations established by the Librarian of Congress. (b) Readers requiring reference and bibliographic assistance in...


use of researchers whose work requires access to the same materials over an extended period of time. Shelves are assigned to applicants for a specific period through...


except upon approval by the Chief of the Loan Division. Members of Congress, heads of executive departments, and other statutory borrowers, however, have the...


the Act of March 3, 1931 (46 Stat. 1487), as amended, its National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped provides books in raised characters (braille),...


Library's collections are available for loan to recognized institutions, such as libraries and museums, with established exhibition programs and with staffs proficient in...


at prevailing rates and subject to prescribed contract provisions, provided that they are not subject to copyright or other restrictions, or provided that permission...


conditions of use of materials in the custody of the division: materials written or printed in Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, Turkish, Yiddish, etc. (b) Readers...


the custody of the division: materials written or printed in Bengali, Burmese, Chinese, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Thai, Urdu, Vietnamese, etc. (b)...


in the custody of the European Division: Unbound serials and newspapers, (with the exception of those assigned to the Law Library), written or printed in any of the...


and presenting'' folk cultural traditions in the United States. The Center is not a grant-giving agency but concentrates on varied services to the field--coordination...


consult staff on duty in the general reading rooms, or in the Hispanic Reading Room, which maintains a reference collection and pertinent informational files. (b)...


not on the open shelves may be obtained for reading room use by filling out and presenting to a reference assistant a slip provided for the purpose. (b) The collections of...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 36, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 36CFR701.19] [Page 71] TITLE 36--PARKS, FORESTS, AND PUBLIC PROPERTY CHAPTER VII--LIBRARY OF CONGRESS PART 701--PROCEDURES AND SERVICES--Table of Contents Sec. 701.19 Service of local history and genealogical materials. Readers requesting reference and bibliographic assistance on materials in local history and genealogy may consult the staff in the Local History and Genealogy Room. [46 FR 48662, Oct. 2, 1981] ...


and use of the materials in the custody of the Manuscript Division. The use of such materials is restricted to the Manuscript Reading Room. (b) The...


of reader registration and use of the maps, atlases and globes in the custody of the Geography and Map Division. The use of such materials is restricted to the...


use of microfilm and microprint material in the custody of the Microform Reading Room. Investigators may requisition inkprint materials from other collections of the...


prescribed conditions of reader registration and use of the motion picture film, and videotape materials in the custody of the Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded...


and use of the music materials in the custody of the Music Division. The use of such materials is restricted to the Performing Arts Reading Room. (b)...


reader registration and use of the collections of fine and historical prints, drawings, photographs, posters, and architectural drawings and photographs, in the custody...


prescribed conditions of reader registration and use of the materials in the custody of the Rare Book and Special Collections Division. The use of such materials...


staff on duty in the Science Reading Room. Inquiries are referred when necessary to subject specialists in the Science and Technology Division. A special collection of...


of use of the collections of current and unbound periodicals, bound, unbound and microfilmed newspapers, Government documents, ephemera, etc. not assigned to...


prescribed conditions of reader registration and use of the sound recordings of all kinds (except recordings for the blind) in the custody of the Motion...


Service. The Service sells bibliographic data in the form of printed cards, machine-readable tapes (MARC), book catalogs, microfiche catalogs and...


Congress and other libraries, lists and descriptions of serials and monographs received, registers of personal papers of American public figures, bibliographies, facsimiles...


recordings, motion pictures, photographs, posters, prints, etc.). Lists or catalogs offering materials should specify author, title, place of publication, date...


Congress to foster the enrichment of its collections through gifts of materials within the terms of the Library's acquisitions policies. In implementing this policy, division...


to execute contracts in the areas as specified below. The Librarian of Congress may further delegate contracting authority in...


of Congress is properly and appropriately identified and credited as a source of materials in publications. (2) To assure that the name or logo of the Library of...


its use is therefore permitted only on official documents or publications of the Library. (b) The Seal may be used on Library publications, leaflets,...


the Librarian of Congress and to all persons entering in or on such property. [35 FR 19019, Dec. 16, 1970. Redesignated at 38 FR 27049, Sept....


services to the public during announced hours of public opening. Persons having legitimate business in areas closed to the public may be admitted after identification...


and good order of the Library. Such persons shall: (1) Use areas that are open to them only at the times those areas are open to them and only for the purposes...


only Library grounds (defined in 2 U.S.C. 167j), not buildings, may be utilized for demonstrations, including assembling, marching, picketing, or rallying. In addition,...


other photographic equipment may be carried on the premises, but their use in certain areas may be restricted by rules or posted signs. Persons using still, motion picture,...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 36, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 36CFR702.6] [Page 80] TITLE 36--PARKS, FORESTS, AND PUBLIC PROPERTY CHAPTER VII--LIBRARY OF CONGRESS PART 702--CONDUCT ON LIBRARY PREMISES--Table of Contents Sec. 702.6 Gambling. Participation in any illegal gambling, such as the operation of gambling devices, the conduct of an illegal pool or lottery, or the unauthorized sale or purchase of numbers or lottery tickets, on the premises is prohibited. [52 FR 673, Jan. 8, 1987] [[Page 81]] ...


advance written approval has been given by the Associate Librarian for Management and except for concessionaires to whom Library management has granted permission to...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 36, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 36CFR702.8] [Page 81] TITLE 36--PARKS, FORESTS, AND PUBLIC PROPERTY CHAPTER VII--LIBRARY OF CONGRESS PART 702--CONDUCT ON LIBRARY PREMISES--Table of Contents Sec. 702.8 Weapons and explosives. Except where duly authorized by law, and in the performance of law enforcement functions, no person shall carry firearms, other dangerous or deadly weapons, or explosives, either openly or concealed, while on the premises. [52 FR 673, Jan. 8, 1987] ...


purchase or other authorized eating places. Under no circumstances may food or beverages be carried to the bookstacks or other areas where there exists significant risk to...


not limited to, suitcases, briefcases, large envelopes, packages, and office equipment may be inspected. (b) Upon entering the Library buildings privately owned...


shall be punished by a fine of not more than $2,000 or imprisoned not more than 3 years, or both (18 U.S.C. 641; 18 U.S.C. 1361; 18 U.S.C. 2071; and 22 D.C. Code 3106). ...


[Code of Federal Regulations] [Title 36, Volume 3] [Revised as of July 1, 2003] From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access [CITE: 36CFR702.12] [Page 81] TITLE 36--PARKS, FORESTS, AND PUBLIC PROPERTY CHAPTER VII--LIBRARY OF CONGRESS PART 702--CONDUCT ON LIBRARY PREMISES--Table of Contents Sec. 702.12 Smoking in Library buildings. Smoking in Library buildings is prohibited except in those areas specifically designated for this purpose. [35 FR 19019, Dec. 16, 1970. Redesignated at 38 FR 27049, Sept. 28, 1973 and 52 FR 672, Jan. 8, 1987] ...


by the Library. The Library's facilities [[Page 82]] are not available for meetings, performances or special events that: (a) Involve any...


of all kinds, the display or distribution of commercial advertising, the offering or exposing of any article for sale, or the collecting of private debts on the grounds or...


other applicable Federal laws relating to the Library's property, including its collections, are subject to removal from the premises, to arrest, and to any...


implements the policy of the Library with respect to the public availability of Library of Congress records. Although the Library is not subject to the Freedom of Information...


Library of Congress records shall be available as hereinafter provided and shall be furnished as promptly as possible within the Library to any member of the public...


this part shall be the responsibility of the Chief, Office Systems Services (OSS), Library of Congress, 101 Independence Avenue, SE., Washington, DC 20540-9440, and to that...


maps, photographs, reports, and other documentary materials, exclusive of materials in the Library's collections, regardless of physical form or characteristics, made...


of Library records provided for by this part does not apply to records, or any parts thereof, within any of the categories set out below. Unless precluded by law, the...


(a) A request to inspect or obtain a copy of an identifiable record of the Library of Congress shall be submitted in writing to the Chief, OSS, Library of Congress, 101...


a reading facility for the public inspection and copying of Library records. This facility shall be open to the public from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except Saturdays,...


fees for: (1) Access to or copies of records under the provisions of this part when the direct search and reproduction costs are less than $10. (2) Records requested...


Purpose and scope of this subpart. This subpart sets forth the policy and procedures of the Library of Congress regarding, first, the testimony, as...


703.16 Policy on presentation of testimony and production of documents. No Library of Congress employee may provide testimony or produce documents in any proceeding...


Procedures when testimony and/or documents are demanded. A demand for testimony and/or documents by a Library employee must be in writing, must state the nature...


Procedures when an employee's appearance is demanded or documents are demanded. (a) If the deciding official has not acted by the return date on a...


Requests for authenticated copies of Library documents. Requests for authenticated copies of Library documents for purposes of admissibility under 28 U.S.C....


File copies. The Office of the General Counsel will maintain the official file of copies of all demands served on the Library and deciding...


Effect of this part. This part is intended only to provide guidance for the internal operations of the Library of Congress and is not intended to, and...


Where to serve demands. Requesting parties must serve subpoenas: (a) For Congressional Research Service matters: Director, Congressional Research...


the National Film Registry. (a) All of the films nominated for inclusion in the National Film Registry should reflect the mission of the National Film Registry in...


the National Film Registry. (a) The public shall be informed of all open meetings of the National Film Preservation Board. (b) A mailing address within...


the Library of Congress for 1989. (a) The Librarian of Congress, Dr. James H. Billington, after consultation with the National Film Preservation Board registers...


in the Library of Congress for 1990. (a) The Librarian of Congress, Dr. James H. Billington, after consultation with the National Film Preservation Board...


the Library of Congress for 1991. (a) The Librarian of Congress, Dr. James H. Billington, after consultation with the National Film Preservation Board registers...


the Library of Congress for 1992. (a) The Librarian of Congress, Dr. James H. Billington, after consultation with the National Film Preservation Board,...


in the Library of Congress for 1993. (a) The Librarian of Congress, Dr. James H. Billington, after consultation with the National Film Preservation Board,...


the Library of Congress for 1994. (a) The Librarian of Congress, Dr. James H. Billington, after consultation with the National Film Preservation Board,...


the Library of Congress for 1995. (a) The Librarian of Congress, Dr. James H. Billington, after consultation with the National Film Preservation Board,...


in the Library of Congress for 1996. (a) The Librarian of Congress, Dr. James H. Billington, after consultation with the National Film Preservation Board,...


the Library of Congress for 1997. (a) The Librarian of Congress, Dr. James H. Billington, after consultation with the National Film Preservation Board,...


in the Library of Congress for 1998. (a) The Librarian of Congress, Dr. James H. Billington, after consultation with the National Film Preservation Board,...


the Library of Congress for 1999. (a) The Librarian of Congress, Dr. James H. Billington, after consultation with the National Film Preservation Board,...


the Library of Congress for 2000. (a) The Librarian of Congress, Dr. James H. Billington, after consultation with the National Film Preservation Board,...


in the Library of Congress for 2001. (a) The Librarian of Congress, Dr. James H. Billington, after consultation with the National Film Preservation Board,...


the Library of Congress for 2002. (a) The Librarian of Congress, Dr. James H. Billington, after consultation with the National Film Preservation Board,...


them and sets out the procedures for collecting debts through deductions from their pay following due process. (b) Definitions.--(1) Debt is an amount owed to the...




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