34. Copies of books printed to be delivered gratis to Government> Notwithstanding any agreement between the printer and publisher of a book, the printer of every book printed or lithographed in the Province shall, within one month of its delivery out of the press, supply, free of expense, four copies of every such book, together with all maps, prints or other engravings belonging thereto, finished and coloured in the same manner as the best copies of the book, to such officer and at such place as the government may by notification appoint.

35. Receipts of copies delivered under section 34._. The officer to whom copies of a book are delivered under section 34 shall give to the printer a receipt in writing therefor.

36. Copies of newspapers printed in the Province to be delivered gratis to Government.'” The printer of every newspaper shall deliver at such place and to such officer as the Government may, by notification, direct, free of cost, four copies of each issue of such newspaper as soon as it is published.

Posted on November 28, 2015 in Ethics And Libel

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