STATE LAW LIBRARIES
4-103. Control of the state law library. The justices of the Supreme Court shall have the control and management of the state law library and shall make such rules and regulations respecting the same as they may deem best. They shall appoint librarians therefor and fix their compensation and the amount of bond required in case they deem bond should be given. Said justices may dispose of superfluous or duplicate publications or other property of said law library, by sale or otherwise as they may deem to be in the public interest. Any moneys so received shall be paid to the state treasurer and apportioned to the general fund.
[(4-103) 1925, ch. 86, sec. 3, p. 120; I.C.A., sec. 4-103; am. 1951, ch. 87, sec. 3, p. 157.]