2006 Kansas Code - 12-1229
12-1229. Use of privately owned books or collections. The library board of any library may authorize any circulating library, reading matter or work of art belonging to private person, association or corporation, or loaned by any library or public institution, to be deposited in a library building, and to be drawn or used outside the library building only on payment of such fee or membership as the owner may require. Deposits of such material may be removed by the owner thereof at pleasure, and such material when deposited in the library shall be separately and distinctly marked and kept apart from similar material owned by the library, but all such material while so deposited or remaining in the library shall be subject to use without charge within the library by any person who is entitled to the use of such library.
History: L. 1951, ch. 485, § 12; July 1.
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