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64-106. Lost county records; certified transcript from state historical society files as evidence. Whenever the official records of any county in this state are lost, stolen, or destroyed, it shall be lawful for any board of county commissioners of such county to order the secretary of the state historical society to transcribe from the newspapers, records, documents and other files of the state historical society any publication notice authorized or which may have been authorized to be published and which was published in any newspaper or any other publication in the state which may be on file in the office of the state historical society. Such transcript shall be made and certified by the secretary of the state historical society, under the seal of such society, and shall be admissible in evidence in or before any court, board, or other body in the state of Kansas, to the same extent and with like effect as the original would or might be if offered in evidence.

History: L. 1907, ch. 168, ยง 1; Feb. 18; R.S. 1923, 64-106.


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