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House No. 13. Resolution employing stenographer to the
chief clerk of the House of Representatives 714
House No. 23. Resolution for the benefit of the ministers
of the Gospel of Frankfort..........
House No. 25. A joint resolution to reimburse certain per-
sons in Campbell county for the unexpired
term values of their liquor licenses made
inoperative by reason of war orders and
ordinances passed pursuant thereto.............. 716
House No. 34. Resolution for the benetfi of the clerks of
House of Representatives and Senate............ 717
House No. 36. Joint resolution providing for the payment
of the expenses of a committee appointed
to investigate the matter of the removal of
the State Board of Health..
House No. 37. Resolution providing an appropriation for
the benefit of Edward L. Allen, S. F. Day, A.
F. Hanberry and G. Frank Walthall for
costs and attorneys' fees incurred by them
in contests in the House of Representatives 719
COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY
PASSED AT THE REGULAR SESSION OF THE GENERAL
AN ACT to amend and re-enact Section 6 of Chapter 1, of the
Acts of the Extraordinary Session of 1917, relating to expenses and employees of the State Tax Commission.
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky:
§ 1. That section 6 of chapter 1 of the acts of the extraordinary session of 1917 be amended and re-enacted so that same will read as follows:
The State Tax Commission is authorized to employ a secretary and other assistants. The commission, secretary and other assistants who may be employed shall be entitled to receive from the State their actual and necessary expenses when traveling on business of the commission. Such expenses shall be submitted in an itemized claim, as now provided by law, and the claim must be approved by the commission. The aggregate expenses of the commission and assistants, office expenses and traveling expenses shall not exceed $50,000.00 per annum. The appropriation herein made for the
support of the tax commission shall continue until
the:expiration of the next regular session of the Loneral Assembly and until any law passed by said General Assembly in lieu hereof becomes effective.
§ 2. The State Tax Commission now having on hand an enormous amount of work and not sufficient funds to employ the necessary assistants, an emergency is declared to exist and this act shall become effective upon its approval by the Governor.
Approved February 8, 1918.
two Kentucky Statutes, Carroll's Edition, one thousand nine
Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the
§ 1. That Section 4642 of the Kentucky Statutes,
Provided, further, that in counties having a population of one hundred and fifty thousand or more, the reporters of the common pleas and chancery branches of said court shall be paid for their services at the rate of eighteen hundred dollars per amnum in each calendar year, or a proportionate amount where they serve for less than a year, such salaries to be paid in monthly installments by the fiscal court of the county in which said reporters are appointed, out of the county treasury from money raised for county purposes, and all fees collected by said reporters for services rendered in their respective offices, not exceeding eighteen hun