It shall be the duty of the attorney general to pay into the state treasury for the
benefit of the general revenue fund all fees and allowances of every kind and character
paid to him or her under color of any general or special statute for criminal convictions
secured by him or her in violations of the prohibitory law and fees awarded to the
attorney general by virtue of any statute for abating liquor nuisances and all fees
and allowances for enforcing all civil or criminal laws against monopolies and in
restraint of trade and against gambling nuisances and practices and every other fee
or allowance in any civil or criminal case whatsoever, whether specifically mentioned
in this act or not; and for the appropriation to his or her private use of any such
fee or allowance the attorney general shall forfeit his or her office and may be removed
in the manner provided by law.
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