STATE LAW LIBRARIES
4-107. Use and abuse of law library. Any person may have access to and may use the books in the state law library under such restrictions as the justices of the Supreme Court may prescribe. Any person who shall violate any rule established for the management of the state law library may be denied the privileges thereof. Any person who shall wantonly mutilate or destroy any book or article of furniture, or any pamphlet or paper belonging to the state law library, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished accordingly. Any person who fails to return to the state law library any book taken therefrom by him, within the time prescribed by the rules of said library, shall be liable to the librarian in three (3) times its value to be recovered in a civil action; and if such person be an officer or employee of the state, the same shall be withheld from his salary.
[(4-107) 1925, ch. 86, sec. 7, p. 120; I.C.A., sec. 4-107; am. 1951, ch. 87, sec. 5, p. 157.]