Document Delivery Fees
|Delivery of Copies or Scans||$1.50 per page ($7.50 minimum fee) for copying or scanning, plus postage if printed copies are requested to be mailed.|
|Downloaded Documents||$15.00 per document|
|Re-called Boxes||$175.00 per box|
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|Non-Member Research Rate||$275 per hour (minimum fee of $275), plus applicable document fees. The minimum fee of $275 must be paid before work will begin.|
|Member Research Rate||$150 per hour (minimum fee of $50), plus applicable document fees.|
Non-member research is charged at an hourly rate of $275. A minimum fee of $275 must be paid before the requested research or document services will be started.
If the work exceeds one hour, non-members will be charged for the additional time in ten-minute increments. Document delivery charges are in addition to applicable hourly rates.
All fees after the initial $275 must be paid when invoiced, and the requested information will not be provided until payment is made.
Member’s research is charged at a reduced hourly rate of $150. The minimum fee of $50 does not need to be pre-paid. If the work exceeds 20 minutes, members will be charged for the additional time in ten-minute increments. Document delivery charges are in addition to applicable hourly rates. Invoices are due upon receipt, but need not be paid before the Library will release the results of the research or the requested documents.
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Policy on Research Requests by Individual Members
An individual membership is intended for someone in a solo business, law, or other professional practice, or a self-employed individual researcher, and provides the individual member all the benefits of membership, including research services at a discounted member rate.
An individual membership means that the Library will accept research requests only from the individual member–not a member’s assistant, co-worker, spouse, or other person–for matters on which the individual member is working directly.
An individual membership is not intended to permit an employee of a company, firm, or other group to submit research requests on behalf of another employee of the same company, firm or group. If we receive a business-related request from a non-member and then receive a substantially identical request from an individual member at the same organization, it will be considered an abuse of membership and the request will not be honored at either our member or non-member research rates.