This legislation has been repealed.
(1) Books from the
stock of the Central Music Library may, at the discretion of the Board, be
an approved library;
any department or instrumentality of the Government of the State or of the
Commonwealth of Australia, for official use; and
any other person or body in exceptional circumstances.
(2) A book shall not
be removed from the Central Music Library without the authority of the
librarian, who at his discretion may decline to give such authority or may
impose conditions as to the manner in which the book shall be used, the period
of loan, or as to any other matter, and a person who accepts the book on loan
is deemed to have assented to any such conditions and shall comply with them.
(3) In respect of any
such loan the Regulations for the Conduct of Public Libraries published in the
Government Gazette on 21 May 1954 are applicable, as if the library were
a registered public library within the meaning of the Act and any person
borrowing a book shall comply with those regulations.