THE facts disclosed by a correspondent in regard to the abstraction of reserved books from the Library need little comment from us. Laying aside the question of the want of honor shown by those who allow themselves such liberties, we merely wish to remind students how injurious to their interests it is to allow the rules of the Library to go for nothing. The system of reserving books, which has proved so successful and so useful to us all, would have to be abandoned if the practice our correspondent has exposed became common; it is therefore incumbent on all students to bring to light any new cases which they may discover. Besides, when books are taken out unregistered, there is no positive certainty that they will be returned.
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