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RULES & REGULATIONS.
When desiring to consult any work, apply to the Librarian for a printed form. When the form has been filled in with the title of work, name and address of borrower, it must be returned to the Librarian, who will then give out the book required. Every reader before leaving the room must return the books borrowed into the hands of the Librarian or his Assistant. Exchanging books or handing them over to any other reader is strictly prohibited.
Copying is permitted, but not tracing, as this causes damage to the illustrations. Pencils must be used in taking copies, ink not being allowed owing to serious injury to valuable works resulting from its use. Readers are particularly requested not to soil or injure the illustrations by placing their hands or elbows upon them. It is imperative that readers should have clean hands.
The Librarian will be pleased to give assistance to readers seeking information on any particular subject. In cases where it may be necessary to consult several volumes, free access may be had to the books, and the Librarian will direct the inquirer to the sections most likely to be of service.
Students' Tickets, giving access to the Reference Department during Library hours, will be issued to persons over 18 years of age. The ticket will be available for twelve months from date of issue, and may be renewed, except in case of disorderly conduct, or disobedience of rules, as set forth in the Library regulations.
Books may be had from the Reference Department from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., but no book in this department will be allowed to be taken away from the premises.
Books by Local Authors and of Local Interest.
Dialect of the West Riding of Yorkshire.
Also a short history
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Place-Names of Todmorden. MS. J. Crowther.
Sketch of an Old Border Club.
The Fox Hole at Castle Carr.
Wild Moor. A Tale Founded on Fact. J. Whalley (Curate of