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


Published: 2015

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UNDERSHERIFFS, DEPUTIES, AND OTHER EMPLOYEES (EXCERPT)
Act 180 of 1919

51.241 Undersheriffs and deputies in counties of 150,000 to 300,000; appointment; compensation, increase.

Sec. 1.

In counties having a population of 150,000 and not more than 300,000, the sheriff shall appoint an under-sheriff, a chief deputy sheriff who shall be a competent accountant and shall keep the books of the office, and such number of deputy sheriffs as shall be fixed by resolution of the board of supervisors. The under-sheriff and the chief deputy sheriff in such counties shall each receive a salary of 2,000 dollars per year, payable monthly, in lieu of all fees or other compensation. The deputy sheriffs shall each receive a salary of 1,200 dollars per year, payable monthly, in lieu of all fees or other compensation. The board of supervisors in such counties may by resolution provide for increase in said salaries, when, in their judgment, deemed necessary.


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

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CL 1929, 1338

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CL 1948, 51.241

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