Law:The Where Did I Put My Wig Act
48RZ19, The Where Did I Put My Wig Act
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Ziu 48th Clark 4th
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WHEREAS the legislation creating Emblems of Office are currently in Title A of el Lexhatx, and
WHEREAS Title A is about crime, and
WHEREAS The emblems of office don't have anything to do with crime, and more to do with culture, and
WHEREAS Title F is about culture
THEREFORE, Section A.18 of el Lexhatx is repealed and other sections are renumbered accordingly
FURTHERMORE, Section F.39 is added to el Lexhatx, which reads;
39. The office of Seneschal, Secretary of State, and Chief Justice shall be symbolized by totem items of rank. These items will be provided as speedily as possible by the government, with care for their quality and the economics of the matter. Designs and the nature of the items are the responsibility of the government, through whatever channels it deems appropriate. (38RZ3)
39.1. The Seneschal shall wear a chain of office of sufficient ostentation as befits the leader of Talossa, representing the burden of being shackled to the nation's welfare.
39.2. The Secretary of State shall wield a stamp embossed with the logo of his office, being both an effective and appropriate totem that can be used henceforth.
39.3. The Chief Justice shall bear a silver-haired wig of reasonable quality, indicating a traditional role as a judge and the flowing locks of Lady Justice herself.
39.4. Each bearer of these items shall be required, if they lose their office, to mail them to the King within two weeks, from whom the items shall be passed on to the next holder of the office.
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