Charges for services; disposition of receipts.
The Supreme Court Law Librarian may collect a charge from any person who requests any photostatic copy or photocopy print of any paper or document from the Supreme Court Law Library or who uses any computerized service for legal research to which the Law Library subscribes. The amount of the charge must be set by the Supreme Court Law Librarian but must not exceed the cost of the photographic copying process for any specific paper or document or the cost to the Law Library for that service.
The money collected from the fees must be deposited in the State Treasurer’s office and credited to the Account of the Supreme Court Law Library. The receipts may be expended by the Supreme Court Law Library pursuant to the provisions of law authorizing budgeted expenditures of money not appropriated from the State General Fund by various state officers, departments, boards, agencies, commissions and institutions for specific fiscal years.