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for the Yobimon. The reading room of the Department of Medicine is divided into two divisions, viz., for the officers, professors and instructors; and for the students.

29.—The reading room of the Departments of Law, Science, and Literature is open daily at 7 a. m. and is closed at 9 p. m. from September 11th to October 31st, and from May 1st to July 10th; from November 1st to April 30th, it is open at 7.30 a. m. and is closed at 9 p. m., except on holidays. On Sundays, it is open at 6 p. m. and closed at 9 p. m.

30.—The reading room of the Department of Medicine is open daily at 8 a.m. and closed at 8 p. m., except on holidays.

31.—During the Winter vacation the reading rooms are open from December 25th to 28th, and from January 4th to 7th ; during the Summer vacation, they are open from July 11th to 30th, and from August 22nd to September 10th, except on Sundays. During the latter vacation they are open at 8 a. m. and closed at noon.

32.-Every applicant for books belonging to the reading rooms, shall present to the officer in charge of the said rooms, a note containing the title, shelf-mark, and number, of each book as given in the Catalogue, together with the signature of the applicant with the date, in exchange for which note, the books shall be delivered to the applicant. All books, when done withi, must be promptly returned,

33.--Students shall not be admitted into other than their respective divisions.

34.-Current numbers of daily papers are placed daily from 1 p. m. upon the reading desks in the division as

signed for the Yobimon in the library of the Departments of Law, Science, and Literature, and in the division assigned for the students in the Medical library. Old numbers, however, must be borrowed according to article 30.

35.-If officers, professors, instructors or students of the Departments of Law, Science, and Literature desire to be admitted into the reading-room of the Medical library, and those of the Department of Medicine, into that of the library of the Departments of Law, Science, and Literature, they shall present to the librarian of the library into whose reading-room they desire to be admitted, a note, obtained from the librarian of their respective library. Not more than twenty students shall be admitted during any one day into the reading-room of either library under this rule. The special students in the Department of Medicine shall use the division assigned for the Departments of Science and Literature, and the preparatory students shall use the division for the Yobimon.

36.-Former officers who have been in the service of the University more than two years, and the graduates of the University are admitted into the reading-rooms upon presenting the ticket previously given. Those who come to the library of the Departments of Law, Science, and Literature shall use the division assigned for the Departments of Science and Literature.

37.-Any officer of the Mombusho or other Departments of the Government shall be admitted into the reading rooms at the request of such Department.

38.-Well known learned men may be admitted into the reading-rooms at the discretion of the authorities. Any one who is admitted into the reading room of the Departments of Law, Science, and Literature shall use

the division of the Departments of Science and Literature.

39. The sõri, kanji, chō of every Department, and Yobimon, professors, instructors, the secretaries in charge of affairs connected with instruction, and also a limited number of other officers as well as the post-graduate students are admitted into the godown to look for the books desired.

40.—The fourth year students of Law, Science, and Literature, not exceeding five at one time are admitted into the godowns of the library of the Departments of Law, Science, and Literature, for the purpose of consulting books with reference to some special work or their graduating theses. When they come to the library for the above purpose, they must upon entering give to the officer in charge of the reading room the wooden ticket previously received, and receive it back from the same officer on coming out. On finding the books desired, they must immediately come out of the godown, and consult the books in conformity with art. 30.

41.-The law students are admitted into the law library godown to find the books desired, subject to the rule mentioned under article 32. This rule will apply also in the case of former professors or instructors of the Department of Law, and in that of Hogakushi of the University, having special admittance into the law library godown.

42. While in the godown, those, who are admitted into it under the foregoing articles, are required not to disarrange the books and not to offer any impediment to the officer in charge of the reading-room.

43.—The books belonging to the reading rooms are divided at present into the following four classes :

1. Valuable books.
2. Books of reference for the use of all the

established courses.
3. Books specially kept in the reading-rooms at

the request of the professors or instructors

for the use of their respective courses. 4. Books not belonging to any of the above

three classes.

44.—No one is allowed unless by special permission to use the books belonging to the first class except those to whose subject of study the books relate.

N.B. In case the books are taken out of the library by special permission for the use of lecture-rooms or laboratories, they must be returned on the same day on which they are borrowed.

45.-No book belonging to the second class shall be taken out except by special permission.

46.-No book belonging to the third class shall be taken out except by the professor or instructor to whose subject of study the book relates, unless by special permission.

47.-Books belonging to the fourth class may be taken out for not more than four weeks,

48.-Nothing shall be carried into the reading-room except books, paper, pen and ink.

49.-Loud talking, reading aloud, discussion, smoking, &c., which disturb others are not allowed in the reading

room.

50.-Books, newspapers, and periodicals must not be taken out of the reading-room.

51.--If any book in the hands of the borrower (except the books borrowed according to articles 10, 11, and 14,)

be damaged, the borrower shall make it good or shall replace it with another of the same edition and of equal value.

52.-If any book in the hands of the borrower (except the books borrowed according to articles 10, 11, and 14,) be lost, the borrower shall as soon as possible replace it with another of the same edition and of equal value. This rule will also apply in the case mentioned in article 12.

53.—A person who violates any of the foregoing articles, shall be deprived of the privilege of admittance to the reading-rooms, or of that of borrowing any book whatever, (all books in his hands being called in,) or deprived of both privileges, for a period not exceeding one year thereafter, according to the nature of the case.

N.B. Any officer, professor, or instructor who violates article 24 shall be deprived of the privilege of borrowing any book whatever for his private use, for a period not exceeling one year thereafter according to the nature of the case.

XIII.-MUSEUM. 1.- The collections in the Museum are provided for ecture-illustration, and for examination by students in the Department of Science. 2.--The Museum is divided into eight cabinets, namely,

1. Mineralogical Cabinet.
2. Geological and Paleontological Cabinet.
3. Zoological Cabinet.
4. Botanical Cabinet.
5. Archæological Cabinet.
6. Chemical Technology Cabinet.
7. Civil and Mechanical Engineering Cabinet.
8. Mining and Metallurgical Cabinet.

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