Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas; Adopted at the Regular Session of the Thirty-Second Legislature, 1911

Revised Civil Statutes of the State of Texas; Adopted at the Regular Session of the Thirty-Second Legislature, 1911

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ...city health oflicer resides. Id. sec. 28. Art. 4550. Board to file charges against city health oflicer.-In the event of a failure or refusal of said city health officer to properly discharge his duties of his oflice, the state board of health shall file charges against said city health ofiicer with the council or city commission of the proper town or city, which shall specify in what particulars said city health otiicer has failed in respect to the discharge of his duties, and shall at the same time file a protest with the city secretary and city treasurer against the payment to said city health oflicer of further fees, salary or allowance; and, pending such charges and protest, no further salary, fees or allowance shall be paid to said city health officer, unless such charges are shown to be untrue and not sustained. After five days notice in writing to said city health officer, the charges shall be heard before the mayor and council, or the mayor and commission, of the town or city in which said city health officer shall reside, at which hearing the state board of health may be represented, and either the city health oflicer or the state board of health shall have the right of appeal to the county court of the county in which the city or town, is situated; and, if said charges be sustained, said city health officer shall be adjudged to pay all costs of court. and shall forfeit all salary, fees and allowances accrued subsequent to the date of filing of the charges and protest originally and which may be due him on account of his oflice. Id. sec. 28. Art. 4551. health officer shall be fixed by the mayor and council, or the mayor and commissioners, of the respective towns and cities within this state. Id. sec. 29. Art. 4552. Annual...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236973496
  • 9781236973498