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Certificate of expenses of witness
Certificate of service of subpoena.
Governor, certificate of, when bill becomes a law.
Financial data of committees to be preserved...
Impeachment trials, compensation of officers.
Journals and documents, distribution of.
Law, statement in session laws as to passage of.
Laws, duty of Secretary of State..
session to be published in volumes..
President of Senate, detail of officers for special duty by 20
to certify to passage of bills
to designate certain officers to attend opening
to designate certain officers to remain after
Publication of false reports.
Salaries of members, payment of.
of officers and employees.
to designate certain officers to attend opening of
to designate certain officers to remain after ad-
Schedule of laws repealed..
Seats, contest for..
Secretary of State, certificate of, when bill becomes a
deposit of laws with.
duties of, relative to laws.
Senate, officers and employees of..
Session laws, distribution of..
publication of, by newspapers.
opening of, attendance of certain officers.
Speaker, detail of officers for special duty by.
to certify to passage of bills..
to appoint certain persons to draft bills, etc. Special committee, stenographers for.
Speeches, copies to be furnished by stenographers.
Temporary President of Senate.
to appoint certain persons to draft bills, etc...
Title of act.
Undertaking, clerks of each house to give..
THE STATE PRINTING LAW
CHAP. 60, LAWS OF 1909.
AN ACT relating to state printing, constituting chapter fifty-eight of the consolidated laws.
Article I. Short title (§ 1).
II. General provisions (§§ 2-15).
III. Laws repealed; when to take effect (§§ 30, 31).
§ 1. Short title.-This chapter shall be known as the "State Printing Law."
Section 2. Subject.
4. Printing board,
5. Powers and duties of printing board.
6. Proposals for legislative printing.
7. Investigation as to facilities of bidder.
8. Printing legislative journals.
9. Printing bills.
10. Printing messages and reports.
11. Extra copies of messages and reports.
Section 13. Printing session laws.
14. Right to annul contracts.
15. Complaints against contractor.
§ 2. Subject. The public printing payable by the state shall be divided into three parts. The first, known as the legislative printing, shall include the bills, documents, calendars, journals, substitutes for engrossed bills and memorials of both houses of the legislature, together with the necessary binding of said bills, journals and documents. The second, known as the department printing, shall include the blanks, circulars, blank books, pamphlets, envelopes, letter and note heads, other than those required for the use of the legislature, and all other printing work of the various departments and institutions of the state, other than the legislature, except as hereinafter specifically exempted, as well as the legislative manual. The third, known as the printing of the session laws, shall include the printing of all slips of the laws, the publication of the official and public editions of the session laws complete and the binding thereof. Each of the three divisions of the state printing shall be let by public contract in the manner hereinafter provided. Separate contracts may be made at any time for engraving, lithographing, wood-cuts, maps or for any description of printing or any article of stationery not specifically mentioned in the contract and involving an expense of more than five hundred dollars.
§ 3. Exemptions. All of the printing now done or performed in the prisons of the state under and pur