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  21.150.  Legislative employees — compensation, how set — rejection of rates by legislature, effect of. — 1.  Within five days after September 28, 1973, and on December fifteenth of each even-numbered year thereafter, the accounts committee of the house of representatives and the accounts committee of the senate shall establish rates of pay for secretary and assistant secretary of the senate, the chief clerk and assistant chief clerk of the house, the engrossing clerks, enrolling clerks, reading clerks, chaplains, sergeants-at-arms, doorkeepers, and all other stenographic, clerical or administrative and technical employees of both houses.  Such rates of pay shall be the same as the established rate of pay for persons employed under the direction and established policies of the personnel division of the office of administration for comparable duties.  Such rates of pay shall not be established until the accounts committee has examined the rates of pay for the various categories then in effect within the personnel division of the office of administration.  Such rates of pay shall become effective for those employees, initially, on September 28, 1973, and on the fifteenth day of January of each odd-numbered year thereafter unless a majority of both houses shall by concurrent resolution reject such rates of pay, initially, within ten legislative days after September 28, 1973, or by the January fifteenth next following each establishment thereafter.  If rejected the new rates of pay shall not be paid and the rates of pay last recommended by the personnel division shall be continued as if a new rate had not been set until a different rate is established as provided in this section.

  2.  If the rates of pay initially set as provided in this section are rejected, the secretary of the senate and the chief clerk of the house of representatives shall each receive not to exceed fifteen dollars per day compensation for his services during a session of the general assembly.  The assistant secretary, assistant chief clerk, the engrossing clerks*, enrolling clerks, reading clerks, chaplains, sergeants-at-arms, doorkeepers, and for all other stenographic, clerical or administrative and technical employees of both houses shall not exceed fourteen dollars per day.

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(RSMo 1939 §§ 12863, 12864, A.L. 1943 p. 631, A.L. 1945 p. 1116, A.L. 1949 p. 319, A.L. 1953 p. 551, A.L. 1957 p. 595, A.L. 1959 H.B. 57, A.L. 1961 p. 478, A.L. 1967 p. 96, A.L. 1973 S.B. 161)

Prior revisions: 1929 §§ 11238, 11239; 1919 §§ 7113, 7114; 1909 §§ 8112, 8113

*Word "clerk" appears in original rolls.


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