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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50

Regulation VIII. — College Library

page 131

Regulation VIII.

College Library.

1.The Library shall be open every day during term, from 9 a.m to 7 p.m., except on Saturdays, when it shall close at 2 p.m; and during vacation from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
2.A catalogue shall be kept on the table.
3.No ink shall be allowed to be used in the Library.
4.Strict silence shall be kept in the Library.
5.No person shall make any tine in or upon any book, or fold down a leaf or otherwise deface any book belonging to the Library; and in making extracts, no one shall lay the paper on which he is writing on the book he is using.
6.No book shall be taken out of the Library, except by a Professor, a Lecturer, the Registrar, or a member of the New Zealand University attending Lectures.
7.No person shall have more than one volume from the Library at a time; except in the case of a work consisting of several volumes, in which case, not more than three volumes of the same work shall be taken out at a time.
8.No volume or volumes shall be retained for a longer period than seven days without being brought back to the Librarian. The fine for retaining a book for more than seven days, is one shilling and sixpence for each volume.
9.On removing the volume or volumes from the Library, the borrower shall enter in a book, to be kept in the office, his name, the title of the volume or volumes, and the date of removal; and he shall be responsible for their safe return, or in the event of damage or loss shall be liable to replace them at his own cost.
10.The Librarian shall send weekly reports to the Chair man of the Professorial Council of the fines owing by borrowers.
11.No one shall take out any book so long as any Sue payable bv him remains in arrear.
12.In November of each year the Chairman of the Professorial Council shall see that stoek is taken of the works in the Library, and shall report thereon to the Board.