Duration of employment
Sec. 2. The attorney-general shall have power to limit the duration of such employment, and, if not otherwise expressed in the contract of employment, the same shall cease with the term of the attorney-general making such employment.
(Formerly: Acts 1905, c.75, s.2.)
Sec. 3. As compensation and for all their costs and expenses, such assistant or assistants shall receive a sum equal to not more than twenty-five per cent (25%) of the money recovered and turned over to the state, to be fixed in the contract of employment. The state shall not be liable to such assistant or assistants for any other sum, either for compensation or costs: Provided, That in case money so recovered is paid into the state treasury without such per cent having been first deducted, the auditor of state shall issue his warrant, upon a voucher approved by the attorney-general, for a sum equal to not more than twenty-five per cent (25%) of the money so recovered and paid in; and there is hereby appropriated out of the funds of the treasury not otherwise appropriated such sums as may be necessary for such purpose.
(Formerly: Acts 1905, c.75, s.3.)