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Two Pence per volume for each night of detention. A deposit shall be exigible of such value as may be thought adequate.]

VI. It shall be in the power of the Librarian at any time to withdraw any work from circulation, subject to appeal to the Library Committee. [Notice of such withdrawal to be posted in the Library.]

VII. It shall be in the power of the University Court, after consultation with the Senatus Academicus, and on the report of the Library Committee, to sell or exchange such works as they consider it in the best interests of the Library to dispose of.

VIII. A general Inspection of the Library shall take place at such times and during such periods as the University Court, on the report of the Library Committee, shall determine (twelve clear days from 23rd or 24th September to 5th or 6th October, inclusive]; and all works whatsoever, and by whomsoever borrowed, shall be returned to the Library before the commencement of such periods, under a penalty previously fixed and publicly notified by the University Court. [One Shilling per volume, and in case of books of special permission, Two Shillings and Sixpence per volume; with a weekly repetition of the fine until such volume is returned, or until a copy of the work of the same edition and of equal value has been placed, at the expense of the borrower, in the Library in its stead. The names of readers incurring penalties are reported to the Senatus and the University Court: XVI.)

IX. The Library Committee shall frame regulations to be approved by the University Court, under which the persons hereinafter mentioned may respectively borrow or consult books. Such regulations shall prescribe, inter alia, (a) the number of books which the said person shall be entitled to borrow; (b) the period for which they shall be allowed to retain them. [Two weeks, and thereafter until the Annual Inspection, unless the Librarian issue a notice recalling a book, or books, within a specified time; but provided that if a reader reborrow a book, which within the same Library year (from Inspection to Inspection) has already been in his possession for two weeks, he shall not thereby acquire an exclusive right to retain that book for another period of two weeks); (c) the penalties to be imposed in the event of their failure to return books in due time, [Two Pence per night per volume] or in the event of books being lost or injured, (as in § VIII.] The persons entitled to borrow books shall be :1. Members of the Senatus Academicus and University

Lecturers [twenty-five volumes; but in addition to the ordinary borrowing powers, power shall be given to

each Professor or Lecturer to borrow fifty volumes, all of which shall be kept under proper custody with: in the University Department of the borrower, and be otherwise under the same conditions as other borrowed

books]. 2. University Assistants (ten volumes] and Examiners [six

volumes). 3. The Librarian [twenty-five volumes], Sub-Librarian

[ten volumes) and Assistant Librarians (six volumes). 4. Matriculated Students [three volumes without deposit;

in addition three or six or nine or twelve volumes, according to amount of deposit-see $ XI., 1. Any student of another Scottish University is meanwhile admitted to the privileges of the Library on showing to the Librarian his current matriculation card, and

making a deposit as above). 5. Extra-academical Teachers, recognised by the University

Court, in the town in which the University is situated

[ten volumes). 6. Students enrolled in any Scottish University as attend

ing the lectures of Extra-academical Teachers in the town in which the University is situated, and who are already entitled by Ordinance to the use of the Li.

brary (as for Matriculated Students, $ IX., 4]. 7. Persons who have retired or who shall hereafter retire

from the office of Principal or Professor [fifteen

volumes). 8. Members of the University Court [ten volumes]. 9. [Members of the Library Committee: twenty-five

volumes.] 10. Members of the General Council (three or six or nine

or twelve volumes, according to amount of deposit or

subscription or composition-see $ X.). Provided that no member of the University Court or of the

General Council shall be entitled to obtain from the University Library books required by the teachers or Students of the University in the prosecution of academic work and research; and that it shall be in the discretion of the Librarian, subject to appeal to the Library Committee, to decide from time to time what

books are so required. In fixing the number of books to be borrowed by the aforementioned persons respectively, due regard shall be had to the preferable claims of those engaged in teaching and studying in the University. [The Rules for Periodicals are as follows:

A. Periodicals may not be borrowed during the first week from the date of receipt in the Library (date to be pencilled on back) except for one night (or from Saturday to Monday) from one hour before closing to one hour after opening. After the expiry of the first week, they may, during the seven following weeks, be borrowed for periods not exceeding two nights for weeklies, four nights for monthlies, seven nights for quarterlies. Thereafter (except as provided in B.) they may be borrowed as ordinary books. Fine for undue detention of a periodical : One Penny per night.

B. In the case of periodicals other than those of a popular character, an unbound number (except as provided in A), or a bound volume less than ten years old, may be borrowed for a period of One Week, and may thereafter be retained only on condition

(a) That it is liable to recall at any time if wanted by an

other reader; (6) That the borrower, at the end of each week of deten

tion, ascertain from the Librarian that the item has not been asked for. Fine for breach of Condition (b):

Three Pence per volume for every week of detention.] X. Members of the General Council, or Graduates who have not yet been enrolled as Members, shall be required, as a condition of exercising the privilege of borrowing books from the University Library, [either) to pay such subscription (or to make such deposit) as the University Court shall fix from time to time[1. Members of the General Council shall be entitled to

borrow six or twelve volumes on paying to the Secretary an annual subscription of 10s. 6d. or £1 ls., the year dating from time of joining; or a Life Composition Fee

of £5 5s. or £10 10s. Such subscribers and compounders may retain borrowed

books for two weeks, after which they shall be liable to

recall as provided for in Regulation ix. Such subscribers and compounders shall be entitled to

receive numbers of the Library Bulletin issued after

they join. 2. During the pleasure of the University Court, and subject

to the borrower conforming to the special regulations
laid down or that may from time to time be laid down
by the University Court, Members of the General
Council shall be permitted to borrow not more than
three volumes from the Library on depositing with the

Secretary a sum of not less than £1.
Such persons must first make application on a form as

under, which will be supplied by the Librarian, and

applicants before being admitted to borrow books from the Library, must satisfy the Librarian as to their identity, and produce, if required, such evidence as will establish it.

Form of Application.
To The Librarian,
University Library,

Aberdeen. As a member of the General Council of the University of Aberdeen, I desire to be admitted to the privileges of the Library as a Borrower on Deposit.

While enjoying these privileges I undertake to conform to all the rules and regulations that may from time to time be prescribed for those using the Library. In event of the Library having incurred any loss consequent on admitting me as a Borrower on Deposit, I agree to the University retain. ing so much of the sum deposited as will indemnify the Library for such loss; and, in event of the loss exceeding the amount of my deposit, I agree and bind myself to make good the deficit.

Signature..
Name in full..
Designation.

Address....
[Any change in this address must be intimated to the Librarian.]

Date....

Librarian's Remarks .....
Amount Deposited ....

Date of issue of Ticket............

No..............

The Librarian, having satisfied himself as to the genuineness of the application, shall, on the applicant's producing the Secretary's receipt for the amount of Deposit, issue a ticket in the following form :

Aberdeen University Library.
M...
Address....
whose signature this ticket bears, having duly de-
posited a sum of one pound, is entitled to read in the
Library and to borrow from it three volumes.

Signature of Borrower....
Signature of Librarian..
Date of Issue....

No...........

Note.-The holder of this ticket shall be bound to produce it when called

on to do so by the Librarian or any of his Assistants and to intimate any change in the address given on his application form.

(a) When books are applied for, the applications of the persons specified in Regulation IX., sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and of Members of the General Council making an annual or life payment to the University Library, as above, shall be given the preference over applications from Borrowers on Deposit.

(6) The Librarian shall be precluded from issuing to Borrowers on Deposit :(i.) Such books as from their rarity or artistic or other

value he in his discretion deems should not be lent out, or which, in event of their being lost or defaced, could

be replaced with difficulty, if at all. (ii.) Such books as are constantly required, or in his be

lief are likely to be required, by Teachers or Students of the University in the prosecution of academic work and research ; and, in particular, books of reference and text-books of which there are not copies in the Library sufficient to meet all the probable requirements of

Teachers and Students. (iii.) Periodicals, till eight weeks after date of issue.

(c) It shall be in the discretion of the Librarian, in event of the books desired by a Borrower on Deposit exceeding the aggregate value of £1, to call on the Borrower to make such additional deposit as shall, in the opinion of the Librarian, cover the value of the volumes proposed to be borrowed.

(d) It shall be allowable for a Borrower on Deposit to make such arrangements with the Librarian as shall enable the Borrower to have books sent to him either by parcel post or in a locked box by rail, but such Borrower must prepay the carriage of such parcel or box either by stamps or postal order, or by leaving a sum of money with the Librarian to cover such outlays—such sum to be in addition to his before-mentioned Deposit of £1. The Borrower having books sent to him by post or rail, shall be liable for the books on the Librarian producing a receipt of the despatch of the parcel as requested.

(e) A Borrower on Deposit may retain a book or books for a period of seven days, after which they shall be liable to recall. In event of a book or books not being returned after notice of recall has been served on the Borrower, he renders himself liable to a fine of Two Pence per night per item; and the Librarian may at his discretion, after having informed the Borrower by notice sent in a registered letter to the address supplied by the Borrower, replace the required volume or volumes out of the Deposit left by the Borrower; and such Borrower on Deposit shall not be permitted to borrow any further books from the Library till he has restored to his De

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