1976 South Carolina Code of Laws
Updated through the end of the 2000 Session
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Title 60 - Libraries, Archives, Museums and Arts
LIBRARY OF SUPREME COURT
SECTION 60-3-10. Care and custody of library; employment of departmental clerk to act as librarian.
The library of the Supreme Court shall be in the custody and care of the clerk of the court, who shall annually, with the consent and approval of the court, employ some suitable person, as a departmental clerk, to care for and attend in the library and perform such duties with reference thereto as may be prescribed by the court. The librarian so employed may be discharged by order of the court at any time and shall receive such compensation as may be provided by law.
Any woman who has attained the age of twenty-one years and has been a resident of this State for two years may be employed as such librarian.
SECTION 60-3-20. Exchange of old or duplicate books.
The justices of the Supreme Court may, in their discretion, exchange old or duplicate editions of books in such library for other books, to be selected by the justices.