2005 Connecticut Code - Sec. 1-10. Standard ink for public records.

      Sec. 1-10. Standard ink for public records. No person having the care or custody of any book of record or registry in any department or office of this state, or of any town, city, borough or probate district, shall use or permit to be used upon such book any ink, including ink used on typewriters and typewriter ribbons, other than such as is approved by the Public Records Administrator. Before the administrator approves of any ink, he shall cause a number of distinct and separate brands to be examined as to quality by a state chemist, and give his approval of not less than four different brands or manufacturers, and the inks so approved shall be standard inks for use in this state. Such approval may be revoked at any time by the administrator when he finds the ink furnished to be inferior to that approved. The administrator shall furnish to each department and office of the state, and to each custodian of public records and each recording office, a list of the brands or manufacturers of ink which have received his approval. Any custodian of records who uses, or causes or permits to be used, thereon any ink not so approved shall be fined not more than one hundred dollars.

      (1949 Rev., S. 1639; 1959, P.A. 152, S. 84.)

      History: 1959 act deleted "county".

      See Sec. 11-8(b) re appointment of Public Records Administrator.

      Conn. freedom of information act, Secs. 1-7-1-21k, cited. 206 C. 449, 452.

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