REPORT OF TREASURER
AUDITORS' REPORTWe have this day examined the foregoing accounts of the Treasurer of the Library Trustees, S. Albert Shaw, and find them properly vouched for and well cast. We find a balance on hand of $84.69.
|CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS,
HOWELL M. LAMPREY,
STATISTICAL REPORT OF LIBRARIAN
|Hampton, N.H., February 3, 1921.|
Number of books replaced, 12.
Number of volumes catalogued, 6,160; 66 books were rebound.
There has been a slight decrease in circulation from the preceding year. Number of books issued to residents, 9,765; to non-residents, 255; magazines loaned, 259, making a total circulation of 10,279.
Largest number of books issued in one day, 225; smallest number, 12. Average per day, 99.
The attendance in the reading room during the past year was about the same as usual. Subscription has been entered for the following periodicals:
Century Magazine, St. Nicholas, Popular Mechanics, Literary Digest. Worlds Work, American Boy, Woman’s Home Companion, Youths Companion, Geographic Magazine, American Botanist, Outlook, McCall’s, Granite State Monthly, Outing, Scientific American, Bird Lore, N. E. Homestead, Harper’s Magazine, Life, Collier’s, Exeter News-Letter and The Hamptons Union.