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31 J. B. Ass'n St. Kan. 1 (1962-1963)

handle is hein.barjournals/jkabr0031 and id is 1 raw text is: The Journal of the Bar Association
of the State of Kansas
VOL. XXXI                   AUGUST, 1962                         No. 1
Published Quarterly, August, November, February and May, by the Association.
Price per copy $2.00; to members, $1.50; per year to nonmembers, $8.00
Address Journal communications to Franklin Corrick, Editor-in-Chief,
Third Floor, Statehouse, Topeka, Kansas
Second Class Postage Paid at Topeka, Kansas
ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OPINIONS
Although most opinions of the Attorney General deal with matters of public law
and are of concern chiefly to government officials, the following summary of selected
opinions issued during the first part of 1962 is offered as being of possible interest
to the general bar of Kansas.-WiLAm M. FERGUSON, Attorney General.
No. 62-3. The court having jurisdiction over a condemnation proceeding may
order satisfaction of a tax lien against the property from the proceeds of the
condemnation award.
No. 62-4. The legislature is the only body which can change the boundaries
of the legislative districts.
No. 62-11. A municipality may not raise the minimum age for the purchase
and consumption of cereal malt beverages within its corporate limits.
No. 62-14. Cities and counties may expend money for civil defense if they
have specifically budgeted for that purpose.
No. 62-15. The owner of land through which a non-navigable stream flows
may construct a fence across the stream and the passage of a small fishing boat
does not make it navigable.
No. 62-17. An unwed minor mother, who has relinquished her child to an
authorized agency for destitute children, is an interested party when the
agency surrenders the child for adoption under the provision of G. S. 1961 Supp.,
59-2278.
No. 62-18. The county clerk may not be appointed and paid extra compens'a-
tion for acting as the county's purchasing agent.
No. 62-21. A candidate may use a commonly known nickname on the official
ballot. Also, election board officials may receive compensation for preparation
for election performed before the polls opened.
No. 62-22. Under the provisions of G. S. 1961 Supp., 72-831 schools that

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