New Jersey Statutes Title 2A. Administration of Civil and Criminal Justice 2A § 12-6

The Administrative Director of the Courts is authorized to distribute or cause to be distributed any bound volumes of the New Jersey Reports and the New Jersey Superior Court Reports heretofore or hereafter published and delivered to him, as follows:

To each member of the Legislature, one copy of each volume of such reports.

To the following named, for official use, to remain the property of the State, the following number of copies of each volume of such reports:

a. To the Governor, four copies;

b. To the Department of Law and Public Safety, for the Division of Law, four copies;  and the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control, one copy;

c. To the Department of the Treasury, for the State Treasurer, one copy;  the Division of Taxation, three copies;  and the Division of Local Government Services in the Department of Community Affairs, one copy;

d. To the Department of State, one copy;

e.  (Deleted by amendment, P.L.2008, c. 29 );

f. To the Department of Banking and Insurance, two copies;

g. To the Board of Public Utilities in the Department of the Treasury, one copy;

h. To the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, for the commissioner, one copy;  the Division of Workers' Compensation, five copies;  the State Board of Mediation, one copy;  and the Division of Employment Security, three copies;

i. To the Department of Education, for the commissioner, one copy;

j. To the Department of Transportation, one copy;

k. To the Department of Human Services, one copy;  the Department of Corrections, one copy;  and the Department of Children and Families, one copy;

l. To each judge of the federal courts in and for the district of New Jersey, one copy;

m. To each justice of the Supreme Court, one copy;

n. To each judge of the Superior Court, one copy;

o. To the Administrative Director of the Courts, one copy;

p. To each standing master of the Superior Court, one copy;

q. (Deleted by amendment, P.L.1983, c. 36.)

r. To the clerk of the Supreme Court, one copy;

s. To the clerk of the Superior Court, one copy;

t. (Deleted by amendment, P.L.1983, c. 36.)

u. (Deleted by amendment, P.L.1983, c. 36.)

v. (Deleted by amendment, P.L.1991, c. 91 .)

w. (Deleted by amendment, P.L.1991, c. 91 .)

x. To each county prosecutor, one copy;

y. To the Central Management Unit in the Office of Legislative Services, one copy;

z. To each surrogate, one copy;

aa. To each county clerk, one copy;

ab. To each sheriff, one copy;

ac. To Rutgers, The State University, two copies;  and the law schools, five copies each;

ad. To the law school of Seton Hall University, five copies;

ae. To Princeton University, two copies;

af. To the Library of Congress, four copies;

ag. To the New Jersey Historical Society, one copy;

ah. To every library provided by the board of chosen freeholders of any county at the courthouse in each county, one copy;

ai. To the library of every county bar association in this State, one copy;

aj. To each incorporated library association in this State, which has a law library at the county seat of the county in which it is located, one copy;

ak. To each judge of the tax court, one copy;

al. The State Library, 60 copies, five of which shall be deposited in the Law Library, and 55 of which shall be used by the State Librarian to send one copy to the state library of each state and territory of the United States, the same to be in exchange for the law reports of such states and territories sent to the State Library, which reports shall be deposited in and become part of the collection of the Law Library.

The remaining copies of such reports shall be retained by the administrative director for the use of the State and for such further distribution as he may determine upon.

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