It is very annoying to readers in the library never to be able to find certain periodicals, supposed to be placed there for the use of all. This is owing in part to the negligence of those who take the papers from the shelves and fail to return them, but more, probably, to the laxity with which the laws of the library are observed. There are many persons who take advantage of the privilege of keeping reference books and periodicals over night, and then turn them to private purposes for a longer time. Of course the library officials are supposed to put a check upon all such practices, but we know, unfortunately, how successful they are, and frequently try for days to catch a glimpse of the last Atlantic or Century.
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