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Proceedings and Debates of the 1867 Constitutional Convention
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other evidence cancelled; but the Legislature may make
provisions for the loss of certificates or other evidences
of the debt, and may prescribe by law the manner in
which the Treasurer shall receive and keep the moneys
of the State.
SEC. 4. The Treasurer shall render his accounts, quar-
terly, to the Comptroller; and shall publish monthly in
such newspapers as the Governor may direct, an abstract
thereof, showing the amount of cash on hand, and the
place or places of deposit thereof; and on the third day of
each regular session of the Legislature, he shall submit
to the Senate and House of Delegates, fair and accurate
copies of all accounts by him, from time to time, rendered
and settled with the Comptroller. He shall at all times
submit to the Comptroller the inspection of the money in
his hands, and perform all other duties that shall be pre-
scribed by law.
SEC. 5. The Comptroller shall qualify and enter on the
duties of his office on the third Monday of January next
succeeding the time of his election, or as soon thereafter
as practicable; and the Treasurer, shall qualify within
one month after his appointment by the Legislature.
SEC. 6. Whenever, during the recess of the Legisla-
ture, charges shall be preferred to the Governor against
the Comptroller or Treasurer for incompetency, malfeas-
ance in office, wilful neglect of duty, or misappropriation
of the funds of the State, it shall be the duty of the Gov-
ernor to forthwith notify the party so charged, and fix a
day for a hearing of said charges; and, if from the evi-
dence, taken under oath, on said hearing before the Gov-
ernor, the said allegations shall be sustained, it shall be
the duty of the Governor to remove said offending officer,
and to appoint another in his place, who shall hold his
office for the unexpired term of the officer so removed.
ARTICLE VII.
SUNDRY OFFICERS
SECTION 1. County Commissioners shall be elected on
general ticket of each county, by the qualified voters of
the several counties of this State, on the Tuesday next
after the first Monday in the month of November, eigh-
teen hundred and sixty-seven, and on the same day in
every second year thereafter. Their number in each coun-
ty, their compensation, powers and duties, shall be such
as are now or may be hereafter prescribed by Law.
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