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41-1335. Powers and duties of director

A. The director shall:

1. Adopt rules for the use of books or other materials in the custody of the state library and for the removal of books from the library, including assessment of reasonable penalties for failure to return books or other materials when due. The proceeds from the assessment of reasonable penalties shall be deposited, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, in the state library fund established by section 41-1336. The monies shall be used only for the purchase of other books or materials.

2. Sell or exchange undesired duplicate copies of books or other materials, or books or other materials not of value for the purposes of the library, or photographic reproductions of state library holdings, and deposit, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, the proceeds in the state library fund established by section 41-1336. The monies shall be used for the purchase of other books or materials.

3. Bring actions for the recovery of books, or for three times the value of the books, against any person who has them in the person's possession or who is responsible for the books, and who has failed or refused to return them on demand. If a book is one of a set the value of the book may be deemed the value of the entire set. Monies recovered pursuant to this paragraph shall be transmitted to the state treasurer for credit to the state library fund established by section 41-1336.

4. Certify copies from books, documents or other archival or public records which have been deposited in the custody of the state library.The fee for certification shall be the same as prescribed for the certification of records by the secretary of state. These fees shall be transmitted to the state treasurer for credit to the state library fund established by section 41-1336. These certificates have the same force and effect as if made by the officer originally in charge of the record.

5. As the director deems necessary:

(a) Arrange with the federal government, other states and foreign countries for a system of exchange of official state reports and publications, session laws, statutes, legislative journals and supreme court reports.

(b) Enter into agreements to establish a depository system and an exchange program with any municipal, county or regional public library, state college or state university library and out-of-state research libraries.

(c) Enter into agreements with libraries in this state for the state documents program described in section 41-1338, subsection A, paragraph 2. Any library that enters into an agreement pursuant to this subdivision shall continue to contribute at least the same level of support to the state documents program and shall not use any monies received pursuant to the agreement to supplant other monies available to the library.

6. Adopt rules for the acquisition, maintenance, access and preservation of state publications.

7. After consultation with other appropriate agencies, adopt rules for the description of state publications in all formats.

8. Provide access to an official compilation or revision of the laws of this state to each public or court library in this state that applies for access. The director may provide the access electronically. On request, the director may provide a certified copy of a law pursuant to paragraph 4 of this subsection.

9. Annually submit a report to the legislature on the condition of the state library, its activities and the disposition of monies spent for its maintenance and transmit a copy of the report to the governor.

10. Appoint personnel, including security personnel, necessary to perform the duties of the state library and assign their duties.

11. Cooperate with the legislative council in carrying out section 41-1304, subsection B.

B. The governor, the secretary of state, the president of the senate, the speaker of the house of representatives, the heads of departments and all officers and agents of this state shall supply at no cost the number of copies of official reports, public documents and publications required for the state library or its agents to satisfy the requirements of the state documents program or arrangements or agreements entered into pursuant to subsection A, paragraph 5 of this section.

C. The governmental units described in subsection B of this section shall:

1. Notify the state library if the reports, documents and publications subject to this section are posted on an internet web site.

2. Pay the state library the fee charged pursuant to section 41-1345 if the governmental unit refuses the state library's request to supply, and the state library incurs any expenses in obtaining, the copies that are required to be supplied pursuant to this section.

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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1335

41-1335. Powers and duties of director

A. The director shall:

1. Adopt rules for the use of books or other materials in the custody of the state library and for the removal of books from the library, including assessment of reasonable penalties for failure to return books or other materials when due. The proceeds from the assessment of reasonable penalties shall be deposited, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, in the state library fund established by section 41-1336. The monies shall be used only for the purchase of other books or materials.

2. Sell or exchange undesired duplicate copies of books or other materials, or books or other materials not of value for the purposes of the library, or photographic reproductions of state library holdings, and deposit, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, the proceeds in the state library fund established by section 41-1336. The monies shall be used for the purchase of other books or materials.

3. Bring actions for the recovery of books, or for three times the value of the books, against any person who has them in the person's possession or who is responsible for the books, and who has failed or refused to return them on demand. If a book is one of a set the value of the book may be deemed the value of the entire set. Monies recovered pursuant to this paragraph shall be transmitted to the state treasurer for credit to the state library fund established by section 41-1336.

4. Certify copies from books, documents or other archival or public records which have been deposited in the custody of the state library.The fee for certification shall be the same as prescribed for the certification of records by the secretary of state. These fees shall be transmitted to the state treasurer for credit to the state library fund established by section 41-1336. These certificates have the same force and effect as if made by the officer originally in charge of the record.

5. As the director deems necessary:

(a) Arrange with the federal government, other states and foreign countries for a system of exchange of official state reports and publications, session laws, statutes, legislative journals and supreme court reports.

(b) Enter into agreements to establish a depository system and an exchange program with any municipal, county or regional public library, state college or state university library and out-of-state research libraries.

(c) Enter into agreements with libraries in this state for the state documents program described in section 41-1338, subsection A, paragraph 2. Any library that enters into an agreement pursuant to this subdivision shall continue to contribute at least the same level of support to the state documents program and shall not use any monies received pursuant to the agreement to supplant other monies available to the library.

6. Adopt rules for the acquisition, maintenance, access and preservation of state publications.

7. After consultation with other appropriate agencies, adopt rules for the description of state publications in all formats.

8. Provide access to an official compilation or revision of the laws of this state to each public or court library in this state that applies for access. The director may provide the access electronically. On request, the director may provide a certified copy of a law pursuant to paragraph 4 of this subsection.

9. Annually submit a report to the legislature on the condition of the state library, its activities and the disposition of monies spent for its maintenance and transmit a copy of the report to the governor.

10. Appoint personnel, including security personnel, necessary to perform the duties of the state library and assign their duties.

11. Cooperate with the legislative council in carrying out section 41-1304, subsection B.

B. The governor, the secretary of state, the president of the senate, the speaker of the house of representatives, the heads of departments and all officers and agents of this state shall supply at no cost the number of copies of official reports, public documents and publications required for the state library or its agents to satisfy the requirements of the state documents program or arrangements or agreements entered into pursuant to subsection A, paragraph 5 of this section.

C. The governmental units described in subsection B of this section shall:

1. Notify the state library if the reports, documents and publications subject to this section are posted on an internet web site.

2. Pay the state library the fee charged pursuant to section 41-1345 if the governmental unit refuses the state library's request to supply, and the state library incurs any expenses in obtaining, the copies that are required to be supplied pursuant to this section.


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Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1335

41-1335. Powers and duties of director

A. The director shall:

1. Adopt rules for the use of books or other materials in the custody of the state library and for the removal of books from the library, including assessment of reasonable penalties for failure to return books or other materials when due. The proceeds from the assessment of reasonable penalties shall be deposited, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, in the state library fund established by section 41-1336. The monies shall be used only for the purchase of other books or materials.

2. Sell or exchange undesired duplicate copies of books or other materials, or books or other materials not of value for the purposes of the library, or photographic reproductions of state library holdings, and deposit, pursuant to sections 35-146 and 35-147, the proceeds in the state library fund established by section 41-1336. The monies shall be used for the purchase of other books or materials.

3. Bring actions for the recovery of books, or for three times the value of the books, against any person who has them in the person's possession or who is responsible for the books, and who has failed or refused to return them on demand. If a book is one of a set the value of the book may be deemed the value of the entire set. Monies recovered pursuant to this paragraph shall be transmitted to the state treasurer for credit to the state library fund established by section 41-1336.

4. Certify copies from books, documents or other archival or public records which have been deposited in the custody of the state library.The fee for certification shall be the same as prescribed for the certification of records by the secretary of state. These fees shall be transmitted to the state treasurer for credit to the state library fund established by section 41-1336. These certificates have the same force and effect as if made by the officer originally in charge of the record.

5. As the director deems necessary:

(a) Arrange with the federal government, other states and foreign countries for a system of exchange of official state reports and publications, session laws, statutes, legislative journals and supreme court reports.

(b) Enter into agreements to establish a depository system and an exchange program with any municipal, county or regional public library, state college or state university library and out-of-state research libraries.

(c) Enter into agreements with libraries in this state for the state documents program described in section 41-1338, subsection A, paragraph 2. Any library that enters into an agreement pursuant to this subdivision shall continue to contribute at least the same level of support to the state documents program and shall not use any monies received pursuant to the agreement to supplant other monies available to the library.

6. Adopt rules for the acquisition, maintenance, access and preservation of state publications.

7. After consultation with other appropriate agencies, adopt rules for the description of state publications in all formats.

8. Provide access to an official compilation or revision of the laws of this state to each public or court library in this state that applies for access. The director may provide the access electronically. On request, the director may provide a certified copy of a law pursuant to paragraph 4 of this subsection.

9. Annually submit a report to the legislature on the condition of the state library, its activities and the disposition of monies spent for its maintenance and transmit a copy of the report to the governor.

10. Appoint personnel, including security personnel, necessary to perform the duties of the state library and assign their duties.

11. Cooperate with the legislative council in carrying out section 41-1304, subsection B.

B. The governor, the secretary of state, the president of the senate, the speaker of the house of representatives, the heads of departments and all officers and agents of this state shall supply at no cost the number of copies of official reports, public documents and publications required for the state library or its agents to satisfy the requirements of the state documents program or arrangements or agreements entered into pursuant to subsection A, paragraph 5 of this section.

C. The governmental units described in subsection B of this section shall:

1. Notify the state library if the reports, documents and publications subject to this section are posted on an internet web site.

2. Pay the state library the fee charged pursuant to section 41-1345 if the governmental unit refuses the state library's request to supply, and the state library incurs any expenses in obtaining, the copies that are required to be supplied pursuant to this section.

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