SEC. 43-23-41. Records; clerks.
Sections 43-23-1, 43-23-3, 43-23-5, 43-23-7, 43-23-9, 43-23-11, 43-23-13, 43-23-15, 43-23-17, 43-23-19, 43-23-21, 43-23-23, 43-23-25, 43-23-27, 43-23-29, 43-23-31, 43-23-33, 43-23-35, 43-23-37, 43-23-39, 43-23-41, 43-23-43, 43-23-45, 43-23-47, 43-23-49, 43-23-51, 43-23-53 and 43-23-55, Mississippi Code of 1972, which provide for the establishment and operation of family courts, are repealed.
The proceedings and order of the court shall be entered in a book to be kept for that purpose, known as the "family court record"; and the court when handling and disposing of cases under this chapter shall be called the "family court"; and the clerk of the court shall be called the "family court clerk."
Between the first day of January and the fifteenth day of February of each year, the clerk of the family court shall record for the preceding year, upon forms to be furnished by the state department of public welfare, the number and disposition of all cases together with such other useful information regarding such cases as may be requested and is obtainable from the records; and such completed forms shall be forwarded to the state department of public welfare for its use. When such records are requested from the state department of public welfare for statistical purposes, the names or identity of such children shall not be disclosed from the reports or records so furnished.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 7187-21; Laws, 1964, ch. 328, Sec. 21; 1977, ch. 474, Sec. 7, eff from and after July 1, 1977. This section is repealed by Laws 1999, Ch. 432, Sec. 2 when such law is effectuated under Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, as amended and extended.