24:52:12:01. Types of publications requiring production of permanent paper. Publications which contain information of enduring value for research purposes must be produced on permanent paper, except for copies intended for mass free distribution to the general public. Such publications include:
(1) Legal materials, compilations of judicial decisions, public laws, administrative rules, executive orders, opinions of the attorney general, legislative journals, and published minutes of legislative committees;
(2) Monographs and all publications which report the results of scientific, scholarly, or statistical research;
(3) Proceedings of boards, commissions, and conferences;
(4) Annual or biennial and other substantive reports;
(5) Compilations of statistics;
(6) Journals, periodicals, and newsletters;
(8) Handbooks and manuals;
(10) Catalogs, including the catalogs of the state universities;
(12) Environmental impact statements; and
(13) Other compilations of factual data or reports of research determined by the state archivist to contain information of enduring value.
Source: 20 SDR 114, effective January 23, 1994.
General Authority:SDCL 1-18C-5.1.
Law Implemented:SDCL 1-18C-5.1, 5-23-22.2.
Cross-Reference: Substitution of microform edition, § 24:52:12:03.
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