Missouri Revised Statutes

Chapter 3
Statutory Revision

August 28, 2016
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Committee to determine number of copies--distribution.

3.130. Such number of copies of each volume of each edition of the revised statutes of Missouri and annotations thereto and such number of the supplements or pocket parts thereto as may be necessary to meet the demand as determined by the committee shall be printed and bound, and also produced in an electronic format, and delivered to the revisor of statutes, who shall execute and file a receipt therefor with the director of revenue. The revisor of statutes shall distribute the copies, in either version or combination, at the price determined by the committee under section 3.140.

(L. 1949 p. 545 § 3.12, A.L. 1953 p. 549, A.L. 1959 S.B. 88, A.L. 1971 S.B. 222, A.L. 1973 S.B. 263, A.L. 1976 H.B. 1770, A.L. 1978 H.B. 1634, A.L. 1992 H.B. 1849, A.L. 2004 S.B. 1211, A.L. 2010 H.B. 1965)




2004

3.130. 1. Such number of copies of each volume of each edition of the revised statutes of Missouri and annotations thereto and such number of the supplements or pocket parts thereto as may be necessary to meet the demand as determined by the committee shall be printed and bound, and also produced in an electronic format, and delivered to the revisor of statutes, who shall execute and file a receipt therefor with the director of revenue. The revisor of statutes shall distribute the copies, in either version or combination, without charge as follows:

(1) To each state department, and each division and bureau thereof, one copy as requested in writing specifying the version;

(2) To each member of the general assembly when first elected, one bound version and, if requested, one copy in the electronic version; and at each general assembly thereafter, one printed version and one copy in the electronic version if so requested in writing; each member to receive one printed version and, if requested, one copy in the electronic version of each supplement and of each new edition of the revised statutes when published;

(3) To each judge of the supreme court, the court of appeals and to each judge of the circuit courts, except municipal judges, one copy in either version;

(4) To the probate divisions of the circuit courts of Jackson County, St. Louis County and the city of St. Louis, four additional copies each in either version or combination, and to the probate divisions of the circuit courts of those counties where the judge of the probate division sits in more than one city, one additional copy each in either version;

(5) To the law library of the supreme court, ten copies in either version or combination;

(6) To the law libraries of each district of the court of appeals, six copies each in either version or combination;

(7) To the library of the United States Supreme Court, one copy in either version;

(8) To the United States district courts and circuit court of appeals for Missouri, two copies each in either version or combination;

(9) To the state historical society, two copies in either version or combination;

(10) To the libraries of the state university at Columbia, at St. Louis, at Kansas City and at Rolla, one bound version and one electronic version each;

(11) To the state colleges, Lincoln University, the community colleges, Missouri Western State College, Linn State Technical College, and Missouri Southern State College, one bound version and one electronic version each;

(12) To the public school library of St. Louis, two copies in either version or combination;

(13) To the Library of Congress, one copy in either version;

(14) To the Mercantile Library of St. Louis, one bound version and one electronic version;

(15) To each public library in the state, if requested, one copy in either version;

(16) To the law libraries of St. Louis, St. Louis County, Kansas City and St. Joseph, one bound version and one electronic version each;

(17) To the law schools of the state university, St. Louis University, and Washington University, one bound version and one electronic version each;

(18) To the circuit clerk of each county of the state for distribution to each county officer, to be by him or her delivered to his or her successor in office, one copy in either version as requested in writing;

(19) To the director of the committee on legislative research, such number of copies in either version or combination as may be required by such committee for the performance of its duties;

(20) To any county law library, when requested by the circuit clerk, one bound version and one electronic version;

(21) To each county library, one copy of either version, when requested in writing;

(22) To any committee of the senate or house of representatives, as designated and requested by the accounts committee of the respective house.

2. The revisor of statutes shall also provide the librarians of the supreme court library and the committee on legislative research such copies in either version or combination as may be necessary, not exceeding fifty-one each, to enable them to exchange the copies for like compilations or revisions of the statute laws of other states and territories.



1992

3.130. 1. Such number of copies of each volume of each edition of the revised statutes of Missouri and annotations thereto and such number of the supplements or pocket parts thereto as may be necessary to meet the demand as determined by the committee shall be printed, bound and delivered to the revisor of statutes, who shall execute and file a receipt therefor with the director of revenue. The revisor of statutes shall distribute the copies without charge as follows:

(1) To each state department, and each division and bureau thereof, one copy;

(2) To each member of the general assembly when first elected, three copies; and at each general assembly thereafter, three copies if so requested in writing; each member to receive three copies of each supplement and of each new edition of the revised statutes when published;

(3) To each judge of the supreme court, the court of appeals and to each judge of the circuit courts, except municipal judges, one copy;

(4) To the probate divisions of the circuit courts of Jackson County, St. Louis County and the city of St. Louis, four additional copies each, and to the probate divisions of the circuit courts of those counties where the judge of the probate division sits in more than one city, one additional copy each;

(5) To the law library of the supreme court, ten copies;

(6) To the law libraries of each district of the court of appeals, six copies each;

(7) To the library of the United States Supreme Court, one copy;

(8) To the United States district courts and circuit court of appeals for Missouri, two copies each;

(9) To the state historical society, two copies;

(10) To the libraries of the state university at Columbia, at St. Louis, at Kansas City and at Rolla, three copies each;

(11) To the state colleges, Lincoln University, the junior colleges, Missouri Western College and Missouri Southern College, four copies each;

(12) To the public school library of St. Louis, two copies;

(13) To the Library of Congress, one copy;

(14) To the Mercantile Library of St. Louis, two copies;

(15) To each public library in the state, if requested, one copy;

(16) To the law libraries of St. Louis, St. Louis County, Kansas City and St. Joseph, three copies each;

(17) To the law schools of the state university, St. Louis University, and Washington University, three copies each;

(18) To the circuit clerk of each county of the state for distribution of one copy to each county officer, to be by him delivered to his successor in office, one copy;

(19) To the director of the committee on legislative research, such number of copies as may be required by such committee for the performance of its duties;

(20) To any county law library, when requested by the circuit clerk, two copies;

(21) To each county library, one copy, when requested;

(22) To any committee of the senate or house of representatives, as designated and requested by the accounts committee of the respective house.

2. The revisor of statutes shall also provide the librarians of the supreme court library, of the committee on legislative research, of the law schools of the state university such copies as may be necessary, not exceeding fifty-one each, to enable them to exchange the copies for like compilations or revisions of the statute laws of other states and territories.



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