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  SECTION 17.55. Examination by and monthly statements to the Governor.  

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  • 1The office of the Chief Financial Officer, and the books, files, documents, records, and papers thereof, shall always be subject to the examination of the Governor of the state, or any person he or she may authorize to examine same. The Chief Financial Officer shall exhibit to the Governor monthly a trial balance sheet from the Division of Treasury and a statement of all the credits, moneys, or effects on hand on the day for which such trial balance sheet is made, and such statement accompanying such trial balance sheet shall particularly describe the exact character of funds, credits, and securities, and shall state in detail the amount which he or she may have representing cash, including any not yet entered upon the books of his or her office, and such statement shall be certified and signed by the Chief Financial Officer officially.
History.-s. 3, ch. 3563, 1885; RS 123; s. 1, ch. 4588, 1897; GS 128; RGS 139; CGL 169; s. 2, ch. 73-266; s. 71, ch. 95-147; s. 51, ch. 2003-261.


Note.-Former s. 18.06.

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