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Session laws; disposition of volumes by secretary of
45-106. Session laws; disposition of volumes by secretary of state. The secretary of state shall dispose of the laws passed at each session of the legislature, immediately after their publication, as follows:
First. Deposit in the state library such numbers of copies as are needed for use in the state library, for the purposes of the publication collection and depository system established under K.S.A. 75-2566 and amendments thereto, and for the purpose of making exchanges with the libraries of the several states and territories.
Second. Distribute (a) one copy to the governor, lieutenant governor, each member of the state legislature, attorney general, secretary of state, and state historical society library; (b) to each organized city of the first, second and third classes in this state requesting the same; (c) one copy each to the clerk of the United States court of appeals for the 10th circuit, to the clerk of the United States district court for Kansas and to the United States marshal for the district of Kansas, upon request therefor; (d) to the law department of the university of Kansas, not more than 10 copies and to the Washburn university school of law, not more than 10 copies, upon request therefor; (e) to the director of legislative administrative services such number of copies as such director shall request for use by the legislature; (f) to the office of revisor of statutes such number of copies as the revisor of statutes shall request for use in such office; (g) to the legislative research department such number of copies as the director of legislative research shall request for use in such office; (h) to the division of post audit such number of copies as the post auditor shall request for use in such office; (i) to the several offices of the judicial branch of state government such number of copies as the chief justice of the supreme court shall request for use in such offices; and (j) to the supreme court law library such number of copies as the state law librarian shall request for use in the law library and for the purpose of maintaining exchanges for books, documents and publications of a legal nature for use in the law library.
Third. To the clerk of the board of county commissioners of each county, upon request therefor, a sufficient number of copies of the laws to be distributed by such clerk to each of the following officers in such county, allowing one for each: The district attorney or county attorney, register of deeds, county clerk, county treasurer, sheriff, and the board of county commissioners.
Fourth. Copies of the laws passed at each session of the legislature shall be deposited with the state librarian and such librarian is hereby authorized to furnish one copy to each high school, college, university, and public library in the state of Kansas, upon written application of its managing officer to the state librarian.
History: G.S. 1868, ch. 56, § 6; L. 1886, ch. 123, § 2; L. 1915,ch. 341, § 2; R.S. 1923, 45-106; L. 1955, ch. 253, § 1; L. 1972, ch.196, § 1; L. 1973, ch. 207, § 1; L. 1974, ch. 135, § 12; L. 1975,ch. 462, § 55; L. 1976, ch. 145, § 199; L. 1977, ch. 184, § 1;L. 1988, ch. 177, § 1;L. 1990, ch. 339, § 1; July 1.
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