Definition of Borrower's card
1. Noun. A card certifying the bearer's right to use the library.
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Literary usage of Borrower's card
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1. Public Libraries: A Treatise on Their Design, Construction, and Fittings by Amian Lister Champneys (1907)
"... this card with the borrower,s card which forms the basis of the subsequent registration. When a book is issued the assistant withdraws the card from the ..."
2. The Government and Civil Institutions of New York Stateby Robert Lansing, Gary M. Jones by Robert Lansing, Gary M. Jones (1903)
"... the borrower-s card for two weeks. A fine of one cent a day is incurred for each picture not returned or renewed. A charge of five cents is made for ..."
3. Good Friday: And Other Poemsby John Masefield by John Masefield (1916)
"When renewing, , call number, borrower-s card number iue. No renewal is allowed if the book is more than seven days overdue. For books kept over time a fine ..."
4. How Shall I Catalog My Library? by Library Bureau, Michigan State Library (1905)
"BORROWER S CARD. The charging card can be used for a borrower's card as well, though there are many other good forms. An economical card is that adopted by ..."
5. Public Library Handbook by Denver Public Library, John Cotton Dana (1895)
"Borrower s card, Dating of, 62, 64 Fac-simile of, 53. 54 Issuance of duplicates 73 Issuance of. Rules concerning 50, 72 Loss of, 53 Necessity of, ..."