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  VI Section 12.  Officers compensated only by salaries in certain counties. — All public officers in the city of St. Louis and all state and county officers in counties having 100,000 or more inhabitants, excepting public administrators and notaries public, shall be compensated for their services by salaries only.

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Source: Const. of 1945.

(1962) Fees for the sale of licenses issued by the state Conservation Commission by a county clerk held to be received in his individual capacity and therefore was not in violation of the constitutional provision which requires officers in counties of one hundred thousand to be compensated only by salaries. Walsh v. County of St. Louis (Mo.), 353 S.W.2d 779.


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