§6-7-6. Allowance to circuit judges for stationery, postage and
Each judge of the circuit court shall, in accordance with the
rules of the supreme court of appeals, be allowed stenographic help
necessary in the discharge of the duties of his office, and each
judge shall be allowed necessary stationery, payment of postage,
and necessary supplies for his office. The judge shall be
reimbursed for the actual amounts expended by him for stationery,
supplies and postage. Payment for stenographic help shall be made
directly to the person performing the stenographic work. Such
amounts shall be paid monthly out of the state treasury, but not
until the judge submits an itemized statement covering the same.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2016 Regular Session
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