1. It is the goal of the HJFL to allow all patrons of the library to use its facilities, for the purposes for which the library was established, to the maximum extent possible during regularly scheduled hours.
2. Any patron not abiding by the rules and regulations of the HJFL will be asked to leave the premises. Further any patron who violates the rules and regulations of the library will be denied access to the library and will be suspended.
3. It is intended that patrons shall be engaged in normal activities associated with the use of an academic library when in the building or on the premises of the library. Due regard shall be given to all patrons using the facilities of the library and to the rights of other patrons engaged in normal activities in or upon the library premises.
4. The Librarian reserves the right to cause to be ejected and suspended from the library premises and to refuse admission to any individual and or groups who violate the rules and regulations of the HJFL, who infringe upon the rights of any of the library staff or patrons in their proper use of the library's facilities or who create disorder on the premises of the library in any situation so as to interfere with the functions which the library was designed to fulfill.
5. These situations include but are not limited to:
a. Any situation in which the actions of a person presents an imminent danger to the life and safety of others on library premises.
b. Any situation in which a person is observed in an attempt to steal or maliciously destroy library property or that of another library patron.
c. Any situation in which a personal behaviour is inappropriate to the use of the library building for the purpose for which it is intended.
d. Any situation in which a person willfully and purposefully disturbs staff or other library patrons or whose behaviour is in any way disruptive to the legitimate use of library facilities by others.
6. Inappropriate behaviour includes but is not limited to :
e. Obscene Language
f. Loud music
m. Running or Playing
n. Use of Cellular phones and pagers
o. Use of walkmans, disc mans or other personal electronic equipment.