In came his shorthand clerks, typewriter, card-index, and books on system.
At the end he made a note in his card-index and wrote out a prescription.
The collector will also find it convenient to catalogue the books in his cases, preferably by means of a card-index system.
He rose and went to the card-index to consult his subscription list.
First of all he procured a card-index box capable of holding about a thousand cards.
None in his senses, I say, would emit such sophistries, for Christmas is a law unto itself and is not conducted by card-index.
There was a large room filled with thousands of little dossiers in shelves, and card-index cases to correspond.
I got it on my white dress—a dreadful looking stain—and immediately referred to my card-index.
Next came the card-index man with a proposition to use his cards for an index to the files.
He drew out a card-index drawer and selected a card, which he tossed to the secretary.
an ordered (often alphabetical) catalog or collection of information with descriptions of items on separate cards