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The Library World Volume 10 Issue 12

New Library World

ISSN: 0307-4803

Article publication date: 1 June 1908

Abstract

ONE of the subjects which will probably come up for discussion at the Brighton meeting of the Library Association is that of instituting a Register of qualified librarians. This has already been talked about in various connections, and has now become an inevitable topic for discussion at meetings of branch associations owing to Messrs. Jast and Sayers having imitated the peripatetic method adopted by Mr. G. T. Shaw for securing a larger hearing for his scheme of improvement. A brief examination of the whole situation may not come amiss at this particular juncture, as most librarians have only a hazy idea of what is meant by the registration of Messrs. Jast and Sayers, and that proposed by the promoters of the Institute of Librarians; and wherein both proposals differ from the legal and effective registration secured to other professional bodies by statute or otherwise.

Citation

(1908), "The Library World Volume 10 Issue 12", New Library World, Vol. 10 No. 12, pp. 440-467. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb008913

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MCB UP Ltd

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