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Figure 2-6.—Check-out card. easy reference. Figure 2-6 is a sample of a check-out library. An easy way to do this would be to stamp each card. l Sign-out list—This system is effective for use in a small library and consists of a simple sign-out sheet with space provided for individuals to enter the date material is checked out, the title of the material, the individual’s name, and the individual’s office and/or command. The sign-out sheet should be kept in a highly visible location where it will remind people to sign for the books they are borrowing. Near the door of the library would probably be the best location. Figure 2-7 is a sample of a sign-out list. Whether  you  use  one  of  these  suggested  systems  or some other system, the system that is used can only be effective if it is actively controlled by the person who is in charge of maintaining the library. In addition, it is a good idea to have each volume identified in some way to show that it came from your individual volume or item with the return mailing stamp used by your office or command. This maybe time-con- suming  initially,  especially  if  none  of  the  volumes  have been previously identified. On the other hand, it is an easy task to stamp each new item on the three outside closed  book  edges  and  on  the  margins  of  pages  1  and 101—a common library practice—as soon as you re- ceive them. The need to maintain a reliable and effective means of  accountability  for  the  materials  contained  in  the  law library can be appreciated when you consider the high cost involved in replacing lost or damaged legal refer- ence  materials. Ordering Materials From time to time, you will probably discover that some of the books or materials contained in your library have  been  lost  or  damaged.  When  this  occurs,  you 2-12

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