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48-220. Payment of state allowance to finance and disbursing officer of national guard, state guard or armory board. The state shall pay annually in monthly payments to the finance and disbursing officer in the adjutant general's department, or such officer as may be detailed by the adjutant general as finance and disbursing officer of the Kansas national guard or Kansas state guard, for use of buildings and rooms to be occupied as armories, stables or for the storage of military property or for postage and incidental expenses of organizations, headquarters and departments of Kansas national guard or Kansas state guard, the following sums, or so much thereof as the military board may deem necessary:

For each band, company of infantry, company of signal corps, company of engineers, machine gun companies, military police companies, tank companies, medical companies, ordnance companies and for each battery of artillery, three thousand dollars; for each air squadron and its auxiliary units, three thousand five hundred dollars; for each state headquarters, division, brigade, regiment, troop and separate battalion headquarters and each medical detachment, five hundred dollars: Provided, That if any sum above specified proves insufficient in any particular case or cases, the military board shall have power with the approval of the governor to make such equitable readjustments and distribution among the several organizations of the Kansas national guard or Kansas state guard of the sums above specified as they may deem just and reasonable: Provided,That the military board may provide for, authorize, allocate and cause to be paid over to the Kansas armory board such additional amounts for each armory as it may deem necessary, to create a fund for the payment of the bonds of the Kansas armory board or to amortize or aid in amortizing indebtedness of said Kansas armory board, such additional sums so allocated as aforesaid to be used for the payment of bonds of said Kansas armory board secured by a pledge of and payable from the rents, issues and profits of all the property of the Kansas armory board or by a pledge of and payable from the rents, issues and profits of any specific property acquired or constructed by the Kansas armory board, as the military board in the order of allocation shall determine, and such payments determined by the military board shall be made monthly by the state to the finance and disbursing officer aforesaid.

The finance and disbursing officer shall disburse the allowances provided above in accordance with regulations to be promulgated by the adjutant general and approved by the governor. On certificate of the adjutant general, approved by the governor, the state controller shall draw a warrant at the end of each month in favor of the finance and disbursing officer for the amount specified in such certificate for the several organizations, headquarters, Kansas armory board, etc., as specified above.

History: L. 1901, ch. 255 § 25; L. 1903, ch. 359, § 1 (25); L. 1905, ch. 303, § 1 (25); L. 1907, ch. 248, § 1 (25); L. 1913, ch. 225, § 1; L. 1917, ch. 223, § 1; L. 1919, ch. 219, § 1; L. 1921, ch. 206, § 1; R.S. 1923, 48-220; L. 1947, ch. 306, § 5; L. 1949, ch. 299, § 1; April 2.


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