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AGO 1957 No. 75 >  June 4, 1957
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW - LEGISLATURE (MEMBERS) - CIVIL OFFICE ELIGIBILITY OF A LEGISLATOR FOR APPOINTMENT TO THE BARBER EXAMINING BOARD CREATED BY A SESSION OF WHICH HE WAS AN ELECTED MEMBER
CONSTITUTIONAL LAW ‑- LEGISLATURE (MEMBERS) ‑- CIVIL OFFICE ELIGIBILITY OF A LEGISLATOR FOR APPOINTMENT TO THE BARBER EXAMINING BOARD CREATED BY A SESSION OF WHICH HE WAS AN ELECTED MEMBER (1) A member of the 1957 legislature is not eligible for appointment to the barber examining board created by that legislature by reason of the prohibition of Article II, Section 13 of the state. (2) Upon expiration of his present term as legislator, a member of the 35th legislature will not be prohibited by Article II, Section 13, from appointment to a civil office created by that legislature.
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