Undersheriffs, Deputies, And Other Employees (Excerpt) Act 180 Of 1919

Published: 2015

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Act 180 of 1919

51.242 Undersheriffs and deputies in counties over 400,000; appointment; compensation.

Sec. 2.

In counties having a population of more than 400,000, the sheriff shall appoint an undersheriff, who shall also be the chief deputy sheriff, and such number of deputy sheriffs, and other clerks and employees as may be fixed by the board of supervisors. The annual salary of the undersheriff inclusive of his duties as chief deputy sheriff, and the number of deputies, clerks and employees, and their annual salaries, shall be fixed by resolution of the board of supervisors, to be payable monthly in lieu of all fees or other compensation. The board of supervisors may provide that deputy sheriffs solely engaged in the service of civil process shall receive as compensation, fees for such service, in lieu of salary.

History: 1919, Act 180, Eff. Aug. 14, 1919


CL 1929, 1339


Am. 1935, Act 115, Eff. Sept. 21, 1935


CL 1948, 51.242


Am. 1961, Act 204, Eff. Sept. 8, 1961

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