Preparation of reports for publication; expenses
Sec. 2. The reports shall be edited and prepared for publication without expense to the state, by a corps of editors to be selected and appointed by the Indiana Academy of Science, who shall not, by reason of such services, have any claim against the state for compensation. The form, style of binding, paper, typography and manner and extent of illustration of the reports shall be determined by the editors, subject to the approval of the commission on public records. Not less than fifteen hundred (1,500) nor more than three thousand (3,000) copies of each of said reports shall be published, the size of the edition to be determined by the concurrent action of the editors and the commission on public records.
(Formerly: Acts 1895, c.130, s.2.) As amended by Acts 1979, P.L.40, SEC.15.
Custody of reports
Sec. 3. All except three hundred (300) copies of each volume of said reports shall be placed in the custody of the state librarian, who shall furnish one (1) copy thereof to each public library in the state, one (1) copy to each university, college or normal school in the state, one (1) copy to each high school in the state having a library, which shall make application therefor, and one (1) copy to such other institutions, societies or persons as may be designated by the academy through its editors or its council. The remaining three hundred (300) copies shall be turned over to the academy to be disposed of as it may determine. In order to provide for the preservation of the same, it shall be the duty of the custodian of the state-house to provide and place at the disposal of the academy one (1) of the unoccupied rooms of the state-house, to be designated as the office of the Indiana Academy of Science, wherein said copies of said reports belonging to the academy, together with the original manuscripts, drawings, etc., thereof can be safely kept, and he shall also equip the same with the necessary shelving and furniture.
(Formerly: Acts 1895, c.130, s.3.)