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LITERARY INSTITUTE AND WORKING MEN'S READING ROOM. It is already known that two rooms in the estab- lishment of Mr. James, grocer, North Parade have been taken as reading room and library for the above institution. On the evening of Tuesday last the committee met at the above rooms to adapt and approve a code of rules for the institution. Committee meeting held at the Railway Tea Warehouse, Jan. 22nd, 1867. PresentâRev. E. Owen Phillips, chairman, Rev. J. M. Morrill, Messrs. J. A. Cross, G. Jones, M. H. Davis, C. Hackney, D. Jones (treasurer), J. Jones, R. Evans, J. P. Jones, J. James, and L. O. Davies, who kindly consented to perform the duties of secretary, pro. tem. (the hon. sec. being absent.) The following resolutions were carried unani- mously :â I. That Mr. Thomas Blanning be engaged as at- tendant, at a palary of 5s. per week. II. Proposed by Mr. J. P. Jones, and seconded by Mr. Evans, That Mr. J. A. Cross be vice-president of the institution. The following Rules were adopted.:â I. That the institution be called The Aberyst- wyth Literary Institution and Working Men's Reading room." II. That the affairs of the Institution shall be managed by a president, vice-president, secretary, treasurer, and a committee of twenty members, all to be annually elected. The ministers of all deno- minations within the borough of Aberystwyth to be members of the committee. III. That all annual subscribers of one guinea, and half-a-guinea, together with quarterly subscri- bers of half-a-crown, and a shilling paid in advance, be full members of the institution, and have a voice in all the general meetings* IV. That a ticket be supplied to members on the payment of their subscription. V. That no book or periodical be admitted to the library and reading room without the sanction of the committee. VI. The institution shall.not be dissolved without the consent of nine-tenths of the members. In the event of dissolution the books or other property presented to the institution jshlilF bereturned to the donors. VII. The committee shall engage an attendant at Suoh a salary as they may deem sufficient, who shall be under their control and directions. VIII. That the library be open and books issued on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, from 7 to 9 o'clock p m., and on Saturdays from 12 to 1 p.m. IX. That the reading room be opened at 9 a.m. and closed at 10 o'clock p.m. dkily (Sundays excepted.) X. All books purchased or presented shall have the name of the institution stamped upon them, and those presented shall also have the name of the donor upon them, and also the number of days the books are to be out. XI. That no periodicals be circulated until the issue of a new number. XII. That in case of the loss or material damage of a book the person to pay such sum as the com- mittee shall deem reasonable, or forfeit his or her interest in the library. XIII. No member shall retain a paper more than ten minutes after it has been applied for. XIV. That an annual meeting of the subscribers be held in January, to transact business. XV. That visitors be admitted to the reading room and library on the payment of one shilling per week.

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