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43. INDIA

44. ADEN, SOCOTRA, &c.

45. ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS

46. BRITISH BURMA

47. CEYLON

48. STRAITS SETTLEMENTS AND THE FEDERATED STATES OF MALAY PENINSULA.

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EAST INDIES, &c.

60. FALKLAND ISLANDS

61. GIBRALTAR

62. MALTA AND GOZO 63. CYPRUS

49. COCOS-KEELING ISLANDS

50. BORNEO, LABUAN, SARAWAK, &c.

51. HONG KONG AND CHINA IN ITS RELATION TO BRITISH COMMERCE 52. ASIATIC ARCHIPELAGO

WEST INDIES

53. THE WINDWARD AND LEEWARD ISLANDS

54. BARBADOS

55. JAMAICA

56. TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

57. BRITISH GUIANA

58. BAHAMAS .

59. BRITISH HONDURAS

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64. THE BRITISH COLONIES: THEIR HISTORY, TRADE, RESOURCES, GOVERNMENT, &c.; EMIGRATION, IMPERIAL FEDERATION, &c.

(E) BRITISH NORTH AMERICA
(F) AFRICA

(G) MAURITIUS, SEYCHELLES, &c.

(H) WEST INDIES.

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(A) AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH AND NEW ZEALAND

(B) BRITISH NORTH AMERICA

(C) AFRICA

(D) INDIA, CEYLON, STRAITS SETTLEMENTS, HONG KONG, &c.
(E) WEST INDIES

(F) GENERAL

68. LITERARY MISCELLANIES BY COLONIAL AUTHORS

69. SCHOOL BOOKS-COLONIAL GEOGRAPHY, HISTORY, &c.

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70. TRANSACTIONS, PROCEEDINGS, AND REPORTS OF SOCIETIES, INSTITUTIONS, AND CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE; UNIVERSITY CALENDARS, &c.

71. ALMANACS, ANNUALS, HANDBOOKS, AND DIRECTORIES

72. LIBRARY CATALOGUES, &c.

73. NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, PERIODICALS, &c. .

74. PHOTOGRAPHS AND SKETCHES

75. CHARTS, MAPS, SURVEYS, &c.

76. PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS (UNITED KINGDOM)

77. PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS (COLONIES AND INDIA).

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LIBRARY REGULATIONS

OF THE

ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE

I. The Library will be open to Fellows on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m; and on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; excepting Good Friday to Easter Monday, both inclusive, Christmas. Day, and the days appointed as Bank Holidays. The Library will be closed during the whole of the first and second weeks in September for the purpose of cleaning, examination of books, &c.

II. Dictionaries, Directories, Encyclopædias, and other works of reference and high value, Manuscripts, Atlases, Maps, Books and Illustrations in loose sheets, Drawings, Prints, unbound Books, New Books until the expiration of six months from the time of their reception, and such other Books as the Library Committee may from time to time declare to be Books of Reference, shall not be taken out of the Library, unless with the special written order of a member of the Council.

III. The title of every Book, Pamphlet, or work of any kind that may be lent, shall first be entered in the Library Register, with the Borrower's signature, or a separate receipt under his hand. No more than three volumes shall be lent at any one time to a Fellow.

IV. No work of any kind shall be retained longer that one month; but at the expiration of that period, or sooner, the same must be returned free of expense, and may then, upon re-entry, be again borrowed, provided that no application for it shall have been made in the meantime by any other Fellow. V. All Books that have been borrowed must be returned to the Librarian free of expense, by the 31st of August in each year.

VI. Every volume used in the Institute Building shall, when done with, be at once handed to the Librarian, to be by him returned to its proper shelf.

VII. In every case of loss of, or damage to, any volume, or other property of the Institute Library, the user or borrower shall make good the same; and all or any property shall be considered as lost, and recovery of its value be capable of being enforced, if such property is not returned within one month after application for it shall have been made by the Librarian, by letter addressed to the borrower at his address as entered in the Register of Fellows.

VIII. Visitors may be admitted to the Library on the introduction of a Fellow, whose name, together with the names of the Visitors, shall be inserted in a book kept for that purpose.

IX. Any infraction of the above Regulations will be reported to the Council, who will take such steps as the case may appear to require.

By order of the Council.

ROYAL COLONIAL INSTITUTE,

NORTHUMBERLAND AVENUE, W.C.

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