Lowe, Mary Margaret
August 2006
Kentucky Libraries;Summer2006, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p19
Academic Journal
The article presents information about library rules for students at Georgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky, which were published in 1848 in the college's library catalogue. According to the rules of the college's library, information about borrowers and books lent will be regularly maintained by the librarian. The library will keep a catalogue of all books. All students of the college will have the right to use the library. Students will be charged fifty cents per session. According to the library's circulation rules, a student will not be allowed to take more than two books. Students will not be allowed to keep a book longer than three weeks. If this rule is violated, the librarian will charge fine at the rate of twelve cents. Students will also be fined if any book is damaged. Students will not be allowed to lend the library's books to others.


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