Chapter 132R-150 WAC

Last Update: 7/14/03

LIBRARY POLICIES

WAC Sections

132R-150-010Big Bend Community College library.
132R-150-020Inspection.
132R-150-040Prohibited entry.
132R-150-050Smoking.
132R-150-060Gifts.
132R-150-070Library borrowers.
132R-150-080Consumed supplies.
DISPOSITION OF SECTIONS FORMERLY CODIFIED IN THIS TITLE
132R-150-030Inspection. [Order 73-4, § 132R-150-030, filed 3/23/73.] Repealed by WSR 03-15-063, filed 7/14/03, effective 8/14/03. Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140 and chapter 34.05 RCW.


132R-150-010
Big Bend Community College library.

The library at Big Bend Community College exists first and foremost to serve the students and faculty. It also serves the rest of the college community, the regional needs of eastern Washington and the general scholarly community. Use of the library may be denied to anyone for continuing abuse of library services and resources.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. WSR 90-02-019, § 132R-150-010, filed 12/26/89, effective 1/26/90; Order 73-4, § 132R-150-010, filed 3/23/73.]



132R-150-020
Inspection.

The library shall have the right to inspect packages, briefcases, containers, articles, materials, etc., leaving the building to prevent unauthorized removal of library resources. The inspection may be done by persons or devices designed to detect unauthorized removals.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140. WSR 90-02-019, § 132R-150-020, filed 12/26/89, effective 1/26/90; Order 73-4, § 132R-150-020, filed 3/23/73.]



132R-150-040
Prohibited entry.

The library shall have the right to prevent entry of foods and beverages, animals or other things detrimental to the library purpose.
[Order 73-4, § 132R-150-040, filed 3/23/73.]



132R-150-050
Smoking.

Smoking is prohibited in all college buildings.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 28B.50.140 and chapter 34.05 RCW. WSR 03-15-063, § 132R-150-050, filed 7/14/03, effective 8/14/03; Order 73-4, § 132R-150-050, filed 3/23/73.]



132R-150-060
Gifts.

The library welcomes the donations of books and other library materials as well as money to be used for the library. Valuation of gifts for tax purposes will be based upon information available in the library and assessment of value incurs no liability of proof by the library. Gifts become library property when accepted and received, and their disposition is a library matter. The college through the board of trustees or their designee reserves the right to reject, refuse to accept, or return to the donor any gift made available to the Big Bend Community College library.
[Order 73-4, § 132R-150-060, filed 3/23/73.]



132R-150-070
Library borrowers.

Use of the library as part of a state public institution is the right of any resident of the state; however, borrowing privileges and other services may be limited in order to serve first the primary clientele of students and faculty. Use of the library may be denied to anyone for continuing abuse of library services and resources. Library materials may be circulated to the following:
(1) Regularly enrolled students either full time or part time.
(2) Faculty members including special categories such as visiting professors.
(3) Faculty members of public higher education institutions of Washington state.
(4) Administrative staff (civil service exempt).
(5) Civil service staff members.
(6) Spouses of faculty and staff members.
(7) Friends of library - life members.
(8) Trustees of Big Bend Community College.
(9) Libraries and individuals through libraries using interlibrary loans.
(10) School districts, colleges and other responsible agencies, groups and individuals may borrow films on a rental basis. Equipment may be rented if not needed on campus and not otherwise available in the area.
[Order 73-4, § 132R-150-070, filed 3/23/73.]



132R-150-080
Consumed supplies.

The library has the right to limit supplies consumed in the operation of equipment such as film, tape, and video tape. As required, users shall provide additional supplies at their own expense.
[Order 73-4, § 132R-150-080, filed 3/23/73.]