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Annual appropriations (continued).

Court house and jail, Washington county, seven hundred thirty-three dollars thirty-three cents.

Court house and jail, Kent county, six hundred forty-one dollars sixty-seven cents,

Court house and jail, Bristol county, four hundred fifty-eight dollars thirty-three cents.

SINKING FUNDS.

Payment to the sinking funds of the following bonds :

State house bonds, forty-one thousand dollars.

State highway bonds, thirty-three thousand five hundred fifteen dollars.

Providence armory bonds, forty-five hundred dollars.

First metropolitan park loan bonds, eighteen hundred forty-three dollars.

Second metropolitan park loan bonds, eighteen hundred ninety dollars.

Penal and reformatory loan bonds, twenty-two hundred twelve dollars.

Harbor improvement loan bonds, sixty-three hundred dollars.

Charitable institutions loan bonds of 1914, thirtyeight hundred eighty-six dollars.

Charitable institutions loan bonds of 1915, twentyeight hundred eighty-five dollars.

Charitable institutions loan bonds of 1916, nine hundred forty-one dollars.

Bridge construction loan bonds of 1917, eighteen hundred ninety dollars.

Charitable institutions loan bonds of 1918, twentynine hundred dollars.

Soldiers' bonus loan bonds of 1920, sixty thousand dollars.

Annual appropriations (continued).

Bridge construction loan bonds of 1920, thirtytwo hundred seventy-five dollars.

INTEREST.

Interest on state house bonds, sixty-nine thousand nine hundred fifty-five dollars.

Interest on state highway bonds, sixty-one thousand five hundred twenty dollars.

Interest on Providence armory bonds, ten thousand five hundred dollars.

Interest on bonds of charitable institutions loan of 1914, twenty-four thousand six hundred eighty dollars.

Interest on bonds of charitable institutions loan of 1915, eighteen thousand three hundred forty dollars.

Interest on bonds of charitable institutions loan of 1916, five thousand nine hundred eighty dollars.

Interest on bonds of charitable institutions loan of 1918, thirty-eight thousand two hundred fifty dollars.

Interest on bonds of first metropolitan park loan, eighty-seven hundred fifty dollars.

Interest on bonds of second metropolitan park loan, twelve thousand dollars.

Interest on bonds of penal and reformatory loan, ten thousand five hundred dollars.

Interest on bonds of harbor improvement loan, twenty thousand dollars.

Interest on bonds of harbor improvement loan of 1913, nineteen thousand forty dollars.

Interest on bonds of bridge construction loan of 1917, twelve thousand dollars.

Interest on bonds of soldiers' bonus loan of 1920, fifty-six thousand two hundred fifty dollars.

Interest on bonds of bridge construction loan of 1920, twenty-two thousand five hundred dollars.

Interest on moneys borrowed, eleven thousand Annual dollars.

appropriations (concluded).

MISCELLANEOUS.

Accounts allowed by the general assembly, five thousand dollars.

Payment of fines in certain cases, sixty-one thousand dollars.

Miscellaneous expenses and other expenses not provided for by this act, seventeen thousand four hundred sixteen dollars sixty-seven cents.

SEC. 2. This act shall take effect from and after

its passage.

CHAPTER 466.

(2351)

AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE GOVERNOR TO PARTICIPATE H 1063

Approved IN THE PREPARATION OF APPROPRIATION MEAS- June 11, 1923. URES AND DEFINING CERTAIN DUTIES OF BOARDS, COMMISSIONS OR DEPARTMENTS WITH REFERENCE

THERETO.

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows:

SECTION 1. On or before the 15th day of January ştate boards, in the year 1924 and in each year thereafter each etc., to pubmit board, commission or department of the state govern- needed approment, except the legislature and judiciary, shall sub- governor and mit to the governor and also to the general assembly assembly. itemized estimates of appropriations to meet the financial needs of such board, commission or department, including a statement in detail of all moneys for which any general or special appropriation is desired at the current January session of the general assembly, classified according to relative importance.

To submit statement of income and expenditures.

To submit
Buch explana-

required by governor

Governor may appear before any committee of general assembly and be heard.

SEC. 2. On or before the 15th day of January in the year 1924 and in each year thereafter each board, commission or department of the state government, except the legislature and judiciary, shall submit to the governor and also to the general assembly a statement of the income and expenditures of such board, commission or department for the three fiscal years next preceding said year in form suitable for comparison

SEC. 3. Each board, commission or department tionire may be of the state government except the legislature and

judiciary shall submit to the governor such further explanation of said estimates and statements as the governor may from time to time require.

SEC. 4. The governor shall have the right to appear before any committee of either house of the general assembly and be heard in respect to any appropriation measure pending before any of said committees and make inquiries concerning said proposed appropriation measure during the consideration thereof by said committees.

SEC. 5. It shall be the duty of the heads of each to appear before board, commission or department and their suborgeneral assem dinates, except the legislature and judiciary, to appear when required. before any of said committees when requested to do

so by the governor or by any of said committees and the governor or any of said committees may require the heads of said boards, commissions, or departments or their subordinates to testify under oath as to any details relating to the receipts and disbursements or estimates of their respective boards, commissions or departments.

Sec. 6. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

Heads of boards, depart

CHAPTER 467.

[2352]

H 1067.

Approved AN ACT REQUIRING CERTAIN BOARDS, COMMISSIONS June 11, 1923.

AND DEPARTMENTS TO MAKE REPORTS TO THE

GOVERNOR.

Certain

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows:

SECTION 1. All boards, commissions and depart- baardsendements which now or hereafter shall be required by eto, to transmit law to make a report to the general assembly shall govern the make such report on or before the 15th day of January in the year in which they are required to make a report and shall at the same time transmit to the governor a true copy of such report.

SEC. 2. All boards, commissions and departments, information except the legislature and judiciary, shall submit to the governor. the governor any information concerning the conduct and operation of said boards, commissions and departments which the governor may from time to time require.

SEC. 3. This act shall take effect upon its passage.

To submit

CHAPTER 468.

[2353]

H 1068.
Approved
June 11, 1923.

AN ACT IN AMENDMENT OF SECTION 35 OF CHAPTER 45

OF THE GENERAL LAWS, ENTITLED “OF THE STATE

AUDITOR, AND OF RETURNS TO HIM.”
It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows:

SECTION 1. Section 35 of chapter 45 of the general laws is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

“Sec. 35. He shall, during the month of Novem- State auditor ber in each year, carefully examine the books and books and accounts of the general treasurer, his vouchers for freasurer

, and the charges thereon, and the moneys or funds on hand governor and in the state treasury, and shall report to the governor assembly.

accounts of

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