Annual Report of the Auditor General

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Page xli - Any person guilty of a violation of any of the provisions of this act shall, on conviction thereof, be punished by a fine not exceeding one thousand dollars, or imprisonment in the county jail not exceeding six months, or both such fine and imprisonment...
Page xxiii - The chief justice and the associate justices of the supreme court...
Page xl - SEC. 4. In all cases where public moneys are authorized to be deposited in any bank, or to be loaned to any individual, firm, or corporation, for interest. the interest accruing upon such public moneys shall belong to and constitute a general fund of the State, county, or other public or municipal corporation, as the case may be.
Page xxxviii - ... before the Ways and Means Committee of the House and the Finance Committee of the Senate, the amendment was not adopted.
Page xl - Every newspaper in the State which shall publish all the general laws of any session within forty days of their passage shall be entitled to receive a sum not exceeding fifteen dollars therefor.
Page xl - Sec. 3. No such officer shall under any pretext use nor allow to be used any such moneys for any purpose other than in accordance with the provisions of law; nor shall he use the same for his own private use, nor loan the same to any person, firm or corporation without legal authority so to do.
Page xl - SEC. 2. It shall be the duty of every officer charged with the receiving, keeping, or disbursing of public moneys to keep the same separate and apart from his own money, and he shall not commingle the same with his own money, nor with the money of any other person, firm, or corporation.
Page xli - SEC. 5. In no case shall any such officer, directly or indirectly, receive any pecuniary or valuable consideration as an inducement for the deposit of any public moneys with any particular bank, person, firm or corporation.
Page xli - General, conditioned for the faithful discharge of their official duties, and for the safe and lawful custody and disposition of the moneys and property of the State which may be intrusted to them or come within their control.
Page xxii - No. 28, page, 26, inclusive, and as stated, exhibit the relations of the different funds with the State Treasury. But as all receipts and disbursements during the year are credited or charged to these funds, it is impossible to fully itemize in every fund table. Hence the...

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