Sec. 12.5-9. Unlawful Library conduct.
It shall be unlawful for any person to take or retain possession beyond the due date of, or to remove from the public library building, in violation of any bylaw, rule or regulation adopted by the citizens' library advisory board or city council for the protection and government of the public library or in violation of any agreement entered into by any person concerning utilization of the public library, or to willfully and maliciously write upon, deface, injure or destroy any book, periodical, record, film or other property owned by, or in custody of, the public library. Any person who shall violate the terms of any agreement concerning utilization of the public library, or who unlawfully takes or retains possession beyond the due date of, or removes from the public library building, writes upon, defaces, injures or destroys any book, periodical, record, film or other property owned by or in the custody of the public library, shall be guilty of an offense.
Source: Ord. No. 4017, § 1, 3-21-94; Ord. No. 4235, § 1, 1-20-97
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