§ 143.7. Termination of depository collection status.
(a) Voluntary termination. If a library decides to relinquish its status as a depository collection it shall do so by letter to the State Librarian. The letter must be signed by both the head librarian and the president of the board of trustees in the case of public libraries and the head librarian and the president of the institution in the case of academic libraries. The State Librarian will arrange to halt the shipment of Commonwealth publications to such libraries and make appropriate mutual arrangement to dispose of any unwanted state publications on deposit with the library.
(b) Involuntary termination. If a depository collection library does not comply with the agreed-to conditions, and, after adequate warning, refuses to comply with said conditions, the State Librarian shall terminate depository status and end the shipment of Commonwealth publications to that library. Notice of termination shall be given by a letter explaining the reasons for the termination to the head librarian with a true copy of the letter to either the president of the institution in the case of an academic library or the president of the board of trustees in the case of public library. Return to the Commonwealth of publications on deposit shall be arranged between the State Librarian and the librarys head librarian.
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