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Compensation of members and officers of the court
Judiciary (JUD) CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE 7-C
§ 248. Compensation of members and officers of the court. The writ and
process of the court must be signed by the clerk and attested in the
name of the president of the senate. The president of the senate and
each senator are entitled to receive for their services and expenses
while actually attending the court the same rate of compensation as an
associate judge of the court of appeals is entitled by law to receive
for his services and expenses as such judge for the same time. The other
officers of the court, excepting the judges of the court of appeals, are
entitled to the same compensation for their attendance thereon, and for
traveling to and from the place where it is held, as is allowed them for
attending a meeting of the senate, but no such compensation shall be
received for attending the court during a session of the legislature.