Catalogue of the Central lending department, Ratcliff Place. New ed. 1906 (Google eBook)

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1906
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Page iii - Every person who shall commit any offence against the Libraries Offences Act, 1898, or against any of the foregoing byelaws, may be excluded or removed from the library by any officer or servant of the Library Authority in any one of the several cases hereinafter specified, that is to say...
Page iii - Where the offence is committed within the view of such officer or servant and the name and residence of the person committing the offence are unknown to and cannot readily be ascertained by such officer or servant...
Page iii - A person shall not smoke, strike a light or spit in any part of the library. 6. A person shall not carelessly or negligently soil, tear, cut, deface, damage, injure, or destroy any book, newspaper, magazine, pamphlet, map, chart, plan, engraving, etching, print or other document forming part of the contents of the library. 7. A person...
Page iii - Every person who shall offend against any of the foregoing byelaws shall be liable for every such offence to a penalty of five pounds...
Page iv - ... or his guarantor, to pay the amount of damage or injury done, or otherwise to procure a new copy of the book of equal value, and in the latter case such person shall be entitled to the damaged copy on depositing the new one.
Page iv - Borough of , declare that I believe Occupation age of No. to be a person to whom books may be safely entrusted for perusal ; and I hereby undertake to replace or to pay the value of any book, belonging to the Corporation of , which shall be lost or materially injured by the said Borrower." Any person having signed this engagement, who shall afterwards desire to withdraw from the same, must give notice thereof in writing to the Librarian, who will give a release as soon as he shall have ascertained...
Page iii - A person other than an officer or servant of the Library Authority shall not enter or remain in any part of the library not set apart for the use of the public.
Page iv - I, the undersigned, being a Burgess of the Borough of , declare that I believe Occupation age of No. to be a person to whom books may be safely entrusted for perusal ; and I hereby undertake to replace or to pay the value of any book, belonging to the Corporation of , which shall be lost or materially injured by the said Borrower.
Page iii - ... 3. A person shall not cause or allow any dog or other animal belonging to him or under his control to enter or remain in the library, or bring into any part of the library a bicycle or other wheeled vehicle or conveyance.
Page iii - Provided nevertheless that the Court of Summary Jurisdiction before whom any proceedings may be taken in respect of any such offence may, if the Court think fit, adjudge the payment of any sum less than the full amount of the penalty imposed by this bye-law.

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