A London library authority1 may lend or permit the use of any articles2 provided by it in a library3 in the same way as if the articles were provided in or for the purposes of a lending library4.
Any person borrowing an article from a library is not entitled to retain it after the expiration of such period, not being in the case of a book less than 14 days, after the date of its being borrowed as may be prescribed in relation to that article by the authority by which the library is maintained5. Without prejudice to any other
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