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(1)From and after the appointed day, and subject to the provisions of this section, the privilege enjoyed by the Advocates’ Library under the Copyright Act 1911, shall be transferred to the Library, . . . . . . F1
(2)Copies of law books delivered for the Board as the authority of the Library under the said section as so amended shall be transmitted by the Board to the Faculty.
(3)The Board shall cause to be inserted in the written demands made for them under the said section as so amended such law books as may be named in writing to them by the Faculty.
(4)Copies of law books transmitted to the Faculty in pursuance of this section shall vest in the Faculty for the purposes of their Law Library.
(5)Any question which may arise between the Board and the Faculty as to what are law books within the meaning of this section shall be settled by agreement between their respective librarians, or, if they fail to agree, by the librarian of the Edinburgh University Library for the time being.
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