Copyright: The Copyright (Libraries) Regulations, 1957
These Regulations prescribe the classes of library entitles to the exemptions provided for in the Copyright Act, 1956, with regard to making copies of copyright works for the purpose of research or private study or the purpose of supplying other libraries. Libraries established or conducted for profit may not make copies except for supplying other libraries. The Regulations also prescribe the conditions which must be complied with in order to enjoy these exemptions. Similar provisions are made in relation to copyright independently of any copyright in the work itself.