You are familiar with the report made by Dean Herschel W. Arant, Dean of the College of Law of Ohio State University and Secretary of the Association of American Law Schools following his inspection of the Law School last September. His report included the following recommendations concerning the Library:
(1) "That the dean be advised that expenditures in the immediate future would be made wisely if a few complete sets of the better law reviews not now in the library were added."
(2) "That the dean be advised that the library should add eight or ten more statutory compilations to satisfy the requirements of Article Sixth, Section 6."
Dean Arant pointed out that the collection of text-books in the Library is somewhat meager. There are several new treatises in important fields that should be added as soon as possible.
I take pleasure in reporting our records show that during the year we have not lost a book from the Library.
Hosch, J. Alton, "Dean' Report 1937" (1937). Other Law School Publications. Paper 55.