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Mississippi Code Title 55. Parks and Recreation § 55-13-25. Relocating crossroads

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It shall not be lawful for the board of examiners, or any member thereof, in any manner whatsoever, or for any purpose, to charge or obligate the state of Louisiana for the payment of any money except as provided for in this Chapter.  If the revenue derived from the operation of this Chapter be not sufficient to pay each member in full as provided in this Chapter, then the amount thus received shall be prorated among these members.  But if at the end of the year there be a surplus, such surplus shall be used by the board in such expenditures as it may deem necessary in performance of its legal duties.  All monies received by the board under this Chapter shall be paid into the treasury of the Louisiana State Board of Examiners for Sanitarians and may be expended by the board for costs of administration and other expenses, and any surplus at the end of a fiscal year or a biennium may be retained by the board for future expenditures and the board is not required to pay any such surplus into the General Fund of the State of Louisiana.

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