Haw. Code R. § 3-20-5 - Conduct

Current through February, 2022

(a) Researchers and staff shall respect the rights of others to undisturbed use of the state archives and state records center.
(b) Eating or drinking in the reading rooms is prohibited.
(c) Smoking in the public rooms of the state archives and the state records center is prohibited.
(d) Researchers desiring to use typewriters, computers, sound or video records devices, or photocopying equipment shall work in areas designed by the reference desk staff. Due to limitations in space not more than one user of video recording or photocopying equipment may be permitted at a time. Previous arrangement should be made. A limit of two hours may be placed on such use if others wish to use such equipment. Researchers may be permitted to use their own copying equipment when such use will not harm the records or other materials, will not disturb other researchers, and will not require the use of facilities or space other than that which is normally provided for all researchers. In order to preserve the original records and materials, originals which are available on microfilm or other copies shall not be copied by other means as long as legible copies can be made from the microfilm.


Haw. Code R. § 3-20-5
[Eff 3/30/81; am and comp 02/7/94] (Auth: HRS Sec. 94-1) (Imp: HRS Sec. 94-1)

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