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3.-The classification and arrangement of specimens in each Cabinet are under the charge of the keeper who is required to consult previously with the professors or instructors as to the classification and arrangement of specimens of their respective departments.

4.- No one is allowed to touch or handle any specimen in the cabinets, except the professors or instructors of the respective departments. In case any professor or instructor desires to take specimens out of the cabinet of his own section, he shall first inform the keeper of his desire.

5.— The Museum is open to students daily from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. During this time students are admitted into the Museum upon presenting written permits signed by the professor or instructor of their respective courses. Students are allowed to touch or handle only such specimens as are connected with their respective courses.

6.--Persons wishing to visit the Museum are admitted without tickets every Sunday from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. On Sundays which are national holidays, during the twenty days from July 20th to August 8th, and during the winter vacation, it is not open to the public. 7.–Visitors must observe the following rules :

No one is allowed to touch or handle any specimen.
Visitors must wear shoes or zori (straw sandals).
No one is allowed to bring a dog into the building.
Smoking is not allowed in the building.

XIV.-APPARATUS, CHEMICALS, &c. 1-Instruments, apparatus, chemicals, and other articles provided for the use of lecture-rooms, laboratories, the Astronomical Observatory, the Meteorological Observatory, the Koishikawa Botanical Garden, Hospitals, and other offices of the University, may be borrowed by a responsible person upon giving the officer in charge of them a receipt executed according to article 6. The instruments and apparatus borrowed for temporary use shall be returned promptly when done with, but those for constant use may be stored in the above named places.

2.--No student shall use or take out those instruments, &c., which are borrowed for the use of the places mentioned under the preceding article, without permission of a person responsible for the respective instruments, &c.

3.-Students who are unable to furnish themselves, with instruments, &c., may borrow them upon application. For this purpose students shall give the officer in charge of instruments, &c., a note according to article 6. Students of the medical course in Japanese may

borrow the apparatus while they are in the lecture-rooms only.

4.- A certain limit of the amount of chemical apparatus to be used by the students shall be previously fixed by the responsible professors or instructors in the laboratories and the officer in charge of the instruments, apparatus, chemicals, &c. Though the amount of apparatus broken exceeds the limit, yet students may be furnished with the apparatus further needed, provided that such article broken be replaced by the students afterwards with one of the same kind and of equal value.

5.--Students shall be furnished with chemicals and other articles needed, upon presenting to the officer in charge of instruments, apparatus, &c. a record book provided for the purpose, according to article 6.

6.-Every person borrowing or receiving any instrument, apparatus, chemicals, or other articles, shall give the officer in charge of instruments, apparatus, &c. a note containing the name of such instrument, apparatus, or article, their number or quantity, and the date, together with his name and signature.

Such note given by a student shall be countersigned by the professor or instructor of the respective lecturerooms or laboratories.

7.--No instrument, apparatus, chemicals, or any other articles borrowed or received by the students shall be taken out of the lecture-rooms or laboratories without permission of the professors or instructors of the respective rooms or laboratories, except the magnifying glass and drawing instruments.

8.-In case any professor, instructor, or student desires to take with him any instrument, apparatus, or chemicals upon scientific excursions, he is required to send to the office of instruments, apparatus, and chemicals, a written application containing the name of the instrument, apparatus, or chemicals, and the number or quantity required. To borrow the same instrument, apparatus, or chemicals, after permission is given he must comply with article 6, and in case the same instrument, &c. be lost or broken, with article 13 or 14.

9.—If students use the surveying instruments whether in the University grounds or out of it, one student representing the whole class shall give the officer in charge of instruments a note according to article 6.

10.--Instruments and apparatus stored in the places mentioned under article 1 shall be examined once a year by the officer in charge of them.

11.-Instruments and apparatus borrowed by students shall be returned, in the Department of Science, within

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three days from the end of the annual examination, and, in the Department of Medicine, also within three days from the end of each term examination ; those for temporary use shall be returned when done with, In the Department of Medicine, students may borrow at one time only one set of apparatus for temporary use, and they are not allowed to borrow other apparatus unless they return the apparatus already borrowed.

12.-Instruments, apparatus, and chemicals, taken by the professors, instructors, or students, for excursions shall be returned immediately after their return to Tokio.

13.-If the apparatus borrowed by students be broken, they shall report the fact to the officer in charge of it, returning also the broken pieces, otherwise they are not -allowed to borrow apparatus even within the limit mentioned under article 4. In case the apparatus be lost, they are required to replace it with apparatus of the same kind and of equal value.

14.--If instruments borrowed in the places mentioned under article 1 be broken or lost, the facts must be reported to the office of instruments, apparatus, and chemicals, and after the facts are examined by the officer in charge of them, the professors or instructors responsible for them shall or shall not be required to replace them with instruments of the same kind and of equal value, according to the circumstances of the case. This will apply in the case of chemicals of great value, and also of apparatus when lost; while, in case of breakage, the broken pieces shall always be sent to the office of instruments, apparatus, and chemicals, together with a report of the facts in the case.

15.-Students are required to clean the borrowed

instruments or apparatus and keep them in good order. If through negligence the apparatus becomes out of order, the students are required to pay the expense of cleaning or repairing, but if destroyed, they must replace it with apparatus of the same kind and of equal value. The pro. fessors or instructors are required to superintend the instruments, apparatus, and chemicals, borrowed by the students under their charge.

16.-If instruments, apparatus, or chemicals, of great value borrowed by the students, are broken or lost, the facts shall be reported to the office for instruments, apparatus, and chemicals, and after the facts are examined by the officer in charge of such instruments &c., the students are required to replace them with instruments &c. of the same kind and of equal value. The above report must be countersigned by the professors or instrctors of the respective lecture-rooms or laboratories.

17.--All applications for purchase or repairs of any instrument, apparatus or chemical used in the lecturerooms or laboratories shall be made at the office of the

same.

18.–Any thing made at the lecture-rooms or laboratories by using materials belonging to the University shall be sent afterward to the office, to which it properly belongs, and shall not be taken possession of by any person, unless special permission is given.

XV.-ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY.

The Astronomical Observatory of the Department of

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