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HOURS-9 A. M. TO-6 P. M..
THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY ·
5th AVENUE AND 42nd STREET
Any resident of the city of New York, bringing proper reference, may take out a book.
Two volumes (only one of fiction), and in addition one current magazine can be had at a time for home use, and these must always be returned with the applicant's library card within such hours as the rules prescribe.
No book shall be kept out more than two weeks - and some are limited to one week.
Current magazines may be kept only three days. For books kept over time a fine of one cent for each day is incurred. "Books not returned will be sent for at THE COST OF THE BORROWER, who can not take another book until all charges are paid.
Any two-week book, except such as are marked "not renewable," may be renewed ONCE for an additional two weeks, if application is made.
The library hours, for the delivery and return of books, are from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. on week days.
Borrowers finding this book pencilmarked, written upon, mutilated or unwarrantably defaced, are expected to report it to the librarian.
form 091 [vi-21-12 25m]
KEEP THIS BOOK CLEAN
DO NOT TURN DOWN THE LEAVES
If the book is injured, or if this slip is torn or defaced, a fine will be required
form 041a [x-2-12 400ml