Section 16-47-33

Records of trustees' proceedings preserved; payment of expenses of trustees.

The proceedings of the board of trustees must be recorded in a substantially bound book, which must be kept in the archives of the university; and the board may at any meeting employ a secretary. The certificate of the president or, in his absence, of the president pro tempore, countersigned by the secretary, if there is one, shall entitle the several trustees to their constitutional pay out of the treasury of the university; and the compensation of the secretary and the necessary incidental expenses of the board at each session shall be paid on the order of the board, and the certificate of the president or president pro tempore, as the case may be, out of such treasury.

(School Code 1927, §552; Code 1940, T. 52, §495; Acts 1945, No. 265, p. 412, §1; Acts 1969, No. 985, p. 1733, §1; School Code 1927, §553; Code 1940, T. 52, §496.)