288.360. 1. The division may cause to be made such summaries, compilations, photographs, duplications or reproductions of any records, documents, instruments, proceedings, reports or transcripts thereof as it may deem advisable for the effective and economical preservation of the information contained therein, and such summaries, compilations, photographs, duplications or reproductions, duly authenticated or certified by the director or by an employee to whom such duty is delegated shall be admissible in any proceeding under this law or in any judicial proceeding, to the extent that the original record, document, instrument, proceeding, report or transcript thereof would have been admissible therein.
2. The division may provide by regulation for the destruction or disposition, after reasonable periods, of any records, documents, instruments, proceedings, reports or transcripts thereof or reproductions thereof or other papers in its custody, the preservation of which is no longer necessary for the establishment of the contribution liability or the benefit rights of any employing unit or individual or for any other purposes necessary for the proper administration of this law, whether or not such records, documents, instruments, proceedings, reports or transcripts thereof or other papers in its custody have been summarized, compiled, photographed, duplicated, reproduced or audited.
3. The division may prescribe by regulation the charges to be made for certified and uncertified copies of records, reports, decisions, transcripts or other papers or documents. All sums received in payment of such charges shall be promptly transmitted to and deposited in the unemployment compensation administration fund.
(L. 1951 p. 564 § 288.240, A.L. 1965 p. 420, A.L. 1974 S.B. 448)
Missouri General Assembly