§75. Retirement of crier of Supreme Court; vacancy, how filled
A. A crier of the Supreme Court of Louisiana may retire on two thirds pay when he shall have served continuously for a period of fifteen years immediately preceding the date of his retirement and shall have reached the age of eighty years.
B. Any crier retired under the provisions of this Section shall draw his retirement pay for the remainder of his life from the same source from which he has been compensated at the time he retired, the proportionate amount of pay as fixed herein based upon the salary received for the year preceding his retirement.
C. The legislature shall make the necessary provision in the general appropriation act to pay such retired crier and payment shall be made monthly on his own warrant, approved by the chief justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court.
D. Upon retiring, the crier shall notify the chief justice, the secretary of state, and the civil sheriff for the parish of Orleans, in writing, of the fact of his retirement, effective date thereof and his age on such date, showing the term of the continuous employment and the amount of salary received per annum prior to the date of his retirement.
E. The vacancy created by such retirement shall be filled by appointment by the judges of the Supreme Court of Louisiana.
Acts 1958, No. 323, §§1-5.