§ 131.52. Tax funds.
(a) Library income expended for public library service which derives from local taxes, whether received through a direct library tax or appropriation from the municipal authorities, may be counted as part of local financial effort, but a local library which receives an appropriation from a county library board of directors deriving from county and State funds may count as local financial effort only that proportion of the county library appropriation which derives from county funds and which excludes the proportion deriving from State funds.
(b) County funds may not be counted as part of the local effort of a local library if they are a component of the local financial effort with which the county library or the county library board qualifies for per capita State aid. Per capita aid will be paid to only one library for the expenditure of a given amount of local money.
The provisions of this § 131.52 adopted June 4, 1970, effective June 5, 1970, 1 Pa.B. 101; amended April 21, 1972, 2 Pa.B. 721. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (3263).
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