b) displays shall not include the price of objects; and
c) only the name, address, and telephone number of the displays may be available to the public; and
d) requests shall be considered by the branch librarian in the order in which they are received; and
e) the library reserves the right to limit the size, number of items, schedules of any display and the frequency with which the artist or organization shall have a display; and
f) a request for a display focusing on a public issue shall indicate that all aspects of the issue will be presented in an equal manner; and
g) the branch librarian shall determine whether the proposed display is balanced; and
h) a "credit line," i.e., a statement of sponsorship of the display shall be included in all displays.
b) staff shall create displays of library materials to encourage the use of information resources and promote a positive view of the library in the community; and
c) such displays shall reflect all viewpoints on a given subject where appropriate.
Petitioning, solicitation or distribution of literature or leaflets, canvassing, or similar types of appeals by members of the public shall not be allowed in libraries.