While the services and materials of the Marshall Public Library are available to everyone, those activities which interfere with the rights of others to use the Library, or which could result in injury, or which might damage the Library building, materials, or equipment, are considered to be unacceptable.
Unacceptable behavior includes, but is not limited to:
- Any activity that disrupts other patrons: loud conversations, shouting or using vulgar language, soliciting, running or rough housing, etc.;
- bringing animals into the Library, except for service animals or those involved in a Library-sponsored program;
- sleeping in the Library;
- failure to be appropriately dressed while in the Library, i.e., not wearing shirt or shoes;
- the use of tobacco or alcohol anywhere in the Library;
- misuse, abuse, or vandalism of Library facilities, equipment, materials, or grounds;
- any form of harassment of Library staff or patrons;
- any illegal activity.
Violations may result in a range of sanctions, including notification of the police. Any illegal activity will be reported to the proper authorities.