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Oregon Library Laws - Revised Statutes - Other Statutes: Law Libraries
Oregon Revised Statutes
Chapter 9 - Attorneys; Law Libraries

LAW LIBRARIES
 
9.760 Judicial department library services; fees. The State Court Administrator may authorize any library of the judicial department of government to provide photographic or other copies of any of its materials, and to make reasonable charges for such copies or services.
 
9.780 Exchange of legal publications. The State Court Administrator may send, free of charge, one copy of the codes, session laws and Supreme Court, Court of Appeals and Oregon Tax Court reports of this state as the same may be published, to each state and foreign country that exchanges, free of charge, its codes, session laws and equivalent reports with this state. All legal books and publications received in exchange by the state shall be added to the collection of the State of Oregon Law Library.
 
9.790 Legislative Counsel furnishing copies of codes and session laws for exchange. The Legislative Counsel shall, upon requisition of the State Court Administrator, supply a sufficient number of copies of the codes and session laws of this state, as the same may be published, to carry out the provisions of ORS 9.780.
 
9.800 Sale of surplus codes and session laws. The State Court Administrator may sell the unused sets of Oregon codes and session laws which are not needed for the purpose of exchanging for the codes and session laws of other states and for other books. The sales shall be for cash and the proceeds deposited as provided by ORS 8.130.
 
9.820 Law libraries in Multnomah County. In all counties containing more than 400,000 inhabitants, according to the latest federal decennial census, the county court or board of county commissioners may contract with any law library association or corporation owning and maintaining a law library in the county at or convenient to the courthouse, for the use of the library by the judges of the circuit and county courts, county commissioners, district attorney and all members of the bar, and shall, if the association permits the use of its library by all members of the bar without charge, pay therefor all library fees collected pursuant to ORS 21.350 (1) to the library association or corporation for the use of the library.
 
9.830 Disposition of library fees in Multnomah County. Fees collected pursuant to ORS 21.350 (1) shall be paid, in the manner determined by the State Court Administrator, to the appropriate officer of the county within the first 25 days of the month following the month in which collected, for payment to the library association or corporation contracted with pursuant to ORS 9.820.
 
9.840 Law libraries in counties other than Multnomah County. The county court of any county containing not more than 400,000 inhabitants, according to the latest federal decennial census, may, after a resolution duly passed by the bar association of the county therefor has been filed with the county clerk, pass a resolution at a regular meeting of the county court, declaring that the county maintains and operates a law library as described in ORS 21.350 (3), or that the county proposes, after the passing of the resolution by the county court, to establish, maintain and operate such a library, and reciting that the county has a population of not more than 400,000, according to the latest federal decennial census. Such resolution shall be authorization and direction to the clerk of a court to collect the fees prescribed in ORS 21.350 (1). Fees so collected shall be paid, in the manner determined by the State Court Administrator, to the appropriate officer of the county within the first 25 days of the month following the month in which collected.
 
9.850 Disposition of library fees in counties other than Multnomah County. In all counties containing not more than 400,000 inhabitants, according to the latest federal decennial census, the county court may use such part of the law library fees collected pursuant to ORS 21.350 (1) as the court deems desirable for the purpose of acquiring, maintaining or operating a law library at the county seat of the county, at such place as the court may direct. In no event may moneys received from law library fees be used for any purpose other than acquiring, maintaining or operating a law library.