The Statues and Laws of the University at Cambridge

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Sayfa 35 - ... shall be referred to the same committee) by the President of the Senate or the Speaker of the House of Representatives, as the case may be.
Sayfa 7 - ... it shall be the duty of legislatures and magistrates in all future periods of this commonwealth, to cherish the interests of literature and the sciences, and all seminaries of them, especially the University at Cambridge, public schools and grammar schools in the towns...
Sayfa 38 - ... the borrower be a graduate or undergraduate, the Library Committee shall oblige him to replace it as soon as possible, with one of equal value ; or they may punish him by fine or otherwise ; and if such volume be part of a set, the borrower shall be obliged to replace the whole set, or be punished, as above ; and until this be done, he shall not be allowed to borrow any other book.
Sayfa 36 - Library more than three months ; nor any other person, more than four weeks. 8. No book shall be borrowed from the Library, or returned to it, without the knowledge and presence of the Librarian or his assistant, who shall take particular notice of the state of each book, when delivered out, and when returned. The Librarian shall keep a fair and regular account of the books borrowed and returned, under the name of each person, with the date when each book is borrowed, and a note of its place in the...
Sayfa 37 - If any undergraduate desires to borrow a book, which is lent out of the Library, he may leave his name and the title of the book with the Librarian, and when the book shall be returned, the Librarian shall reserve it for the person so applying ; provided he call for it at his next time of receiving books from the Library.
Sayfa 32 - ... Matthews, who graduated from Columbia in 1871, says that the library was at that time small and inconvenient and that he never entered it to read a book and never drew one from it during all the time he was an undergraduate. The rules of the old days forbade the use of any lights in the Harvard Library, "excepting only when the librarian is obliged to seal official letters with wax he may with proper precautions use a lighted taper for that purpose.
Sayfa 38 - If any book borrowed from the Library be injured or defaced by writing in it or otherwise, or be lost, the Librarian shall make immediate report of it to the Library Committee. And if the borrower be a Graduate or Undergraduate, the Library Committee shall oblige him to replace it as soon as possible, with one of equal value ; or they may punish him by fine or otherwise ; and if such volume be part of a set, the borrower shall be obliged to replace the...
Sayfa 37 - No person shall lend to any other a book which he has borrowed from the Library, nor let it go from under his personal custody. And no book shall, by any person, be carried out of the city of Providence, without the special permission of the Corporation or of the Library Committee.
Sayfa 37 - ... catalogue. 10. If any student take a book or books from the Library without the knowledge and consent of the Librarian or the Assistant, or if he voluntarily mutilate any volume, he shall be liable to the penalty of dismission or expulsion from the University ; and if any other person, having a right to use the Library, shall in like manner transgress the rules, he shall be suspended from the exercise of that right, during the pleasure of the Corporation. 11. If any person desires to borrow a...
Sayfa 34 - All persons who wish to have access to the Library, or to bring their friends to see it, are expected to make their visits on the days and within the hours above named.

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