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THE LEGISLATIVE LAW.
AN ACT in relation to legislation, constituting chapter thirty-two of the consolidated laws.
Chapter 37, of the laws of 1909.
Article I. Short title.
II. Members, officers and employees of the legislature
III. The enactment and publication of laws (§§ 40-49).
ceedings (§§ 60-66).
V. Laws repealed; when to take effect (§§ 90, 91).
Section I. Short title. This chapter shall be known as the "Legislative Law."
Members, Officers and Employees of the Legislature.
Section 2. Exemption of members and officers from arrest. 3. Expulsion of members.
4. Contempts of either house.
5. Payment of salaries of members.
6. Officers and employees of the senate.
7. Officers and employee of the assembly.
8. Appointments to be entered on journals.
11. Compensation during extra sessions and impeach-
12. Attendance of officers of each session at opening of next session.
13. Officers remaining after adjournment.
14. Undertaking of clerk of each house.
16. Supplies furnished by clerks.
17. Accountability of clerks to comptroller.
18. Duties of postmasters and assistants.
19. Duties of stenographers.
20. Detail of officers and employees for special duties.
22. Custody of legislative papers and documents.
§ 2. Exemption of members and officers from arrest. A member of the legislature shall be privileged from arrest in a civil action or proceeding other than for a forfeiture or breach of trust in public office or employment, while attending upon its session, and for fourteen days before and after each session, or while absent for not more than fourteen days during the session with the leave of the house of which he is a member.
An officer of either house shall be privileged from arrest in such a civil action or proceeding while in actual attendance upon the house. Either house shall have the power to discharge from arrest any of its members or officers arrested in violation of his privilege from arrest.
§ 3. Expulsion of members.- Each house has the power to expel any of its members, after the report