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Mississippi Code Title 27. Taxation and Finance § 27-105-17. Rules and regulations

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The commission hereby created shall have authority to adopt and promulgate such rules and regulations as may be reasonable and proper to properly and effectively carry out the purpose of this article.  The commission shall elect a secretary from its membership, or otherwise, who shall also be bookkeeper for the commission, and it shall be the duty of the secretary to keep the minutes of said commission, and to keep such books, accounts and records with the various depositories as the commission may direct.  The secretary shall also, from time to time, as may be ordered by the commission, make report showing the true and complete condition of all depository accounts, and he shall also report to the commission, at any time, any and all important matters which, in his judgment, should receive special action.  The secretary shall receive a salary of six hundred dollars ($600.00) per annum for this service, in addition to any other compensation he may be entitled to.

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