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  58.520.  Fees of coroners. — Coroners shall be allowed fees for their services as follows; provided, that when persons come to their death at the same time or by the same casualty, fees shall only be paid as for one examination:


For the view of a dead body $5.00
For issuing a warrant summoning each jury of inquest .75
For swearing each jury .50
For each subpoena for witnesses (all names to be put in one subpoena if possible) .25
For taking each recognizance (all names to be put in one recognizance) .75
For going from his residence to the place of viewing a dead body and return, each mile .08




The above fees, together with the fees allowed jurors, constables and witnesses, in all inquests, shall be paid out of the county treasury as other demands.  For performing the duties of sheriff, the coroners shall be entitled to the same fees as are for the time being allowed to sheriffs for the same services.


(RSMo 1939 § 13424)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 11802; 1919 § 11010; 1909 § 10713

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