Connecticut Laws - Title 24 State Geological And Natural History Survey. Weather Control Board
Sec. 24-3. Distribution of survey reports. Sales and publication account.

Sec. 24-3. Distribution of survey reports. Sales and publication account. (8)(1-click HTML)

(a) Said commissioner shall cause to be prepared a report to the General Assembly before each regular session of the same in the odd-numbered years, showing the progress and condition of the survey, together with such other information as he deems useful or as the General Assembly requires. The regular and special reports of the survey, with illustrations and maps, shall be produced for public use and shall be distributed or sold by the commissioner as the interests of the state and of science may demand. (9)

(b) There is established a separate account within the General Fund, to be known as the state geological and natural history survey sales and publication account, for the purpose of providing moneys for production of environmental publications and purchase, for resale, of related materials and products. All moneys obtained from the sale of such publications, materials and products shall be paid to the State Treasurer and credited to said account and the commissioner may expend moneys of said account for the production and distribution of such publications and the purchase, for resale, of such materials and products. (10)


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