Catalogue of the San Francisco Mercantile library. August, 1854
Printed at the Daily Evening news office, 1854 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 197 pages
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Page 7 - to me known to be the persons who executed the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged that they executed the same freely and voluntarily, for the uses and purposes therein mentioned. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set
Page 21 - of every volume delivered by him ; the name of the person to whom delivered; the time of taking and returning the same; together with the forfeitures arising from every default. SEC. 5. He shall collect all dues and forfeitures incurred by the members and account for the same to the Treasurer, as
Page 22 - 14. If any member lose or injure a book, he shall make the same good to the Librarian; and if the book lost or injured be one of a set, he shall pay to the Librarian, for the use of the Association, the full value of said set, and may thereupon receive the remaining volumes as his property.
Page 57 - same, from the Adoption of the Federal Constitution to the End of the 16th Congress. 3 vols. 8vo. New York, 1851.
Page 20 - SEC. 11. All questions shall be propounded in the order in which they are moved; and, in filling blanks, the largest sum and the longest time shall be put first;
Page 22 - He shall see that the Books, Library and Reading Room are kept in good order; he shall duly observe the instructions which may be given him by the Board of Directors, and take care that the regulations relative to the loaning of books be strictly adhered to.
Page 7 - Every member may detain each book or set delivered as aforesaid, if it be a folio or quarto, four weeks ; an octavo, three weeks; or a book or set of less size, two weeks; except new publications, •which, until they have been in the Library two months, shall not be
Page 23 - 17. Any member wishing to withdraw from the Association, must inform the Librarian of it, see that his resignation is registered, and pay up his dues and fees, else he will be considered as continuing a member, and charged accordingly, unless otherwise ordered by the Board of