Excerpt from The Bodleian Library at Oxford
Reserving books. Mss. And rare books should be used in the 0.r.r. And cannot be reserved, but should be given up each time that the reader leaves. Ah ordinary book or an orderly pile of books, if reserved by a slip of paper bearing name and date, is left, in o.r.r. 3 days at seat, 7 days more in an adjacent reserve (but at Selden End, 10 days at seat) in u.r.r. 3 days at seat, 7 in reserve in the Cam. R.r. Books to be reserved should be brought to the Assistant's table (each work With the reserving slip), and will there be reserved for 7 days. Unreserved books and all Reference and Select books are cleared away daily. A reasonable limit for reserved books is in general twenty volumes.
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