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  491.290.  Fees, how paid. — The clerk of each court of record shall, on the application of any witness to have his fees allowed, enter on his book, under the title of the cause in which the witness was summoned or recognized, or if before the grand jury, the name of the witness, the number of days he has attended and the number of miles he has necessarily to travel in consequence of the summons or recognizance, and shall swear the witness to the truth of the facts contained in said entry, and it shall be the duty of the clerk to make out and deliver to each witness attending before the grand jury, and entitled to fees therefor, a scrip as required in case of grand jurors, which scrip shall be countersigned by the foreman of the grand jury, and shall be paid by the county treasurer in like manner as now by law required for the pay of grand jurors; and the clerk shall be allowed the same compensation for said services as is now allowed by law for like services in issuing scrip to grand jurors.


(RSMo 1939 § 13421)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 11799; 1919 § 11007; 1909 § 10710

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