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sent of the Senate, he shall appoint a person

office, whose commission shall continue in

to the office. If the appointment is made

force until the end of the next session of

within the first sixty days of a regular session

the Legislature, or until some other person

of the General Assembly, the governor shall

is appointed to the same office, whichever

submit to the Senate the nomination of the

shall first occur; and the nomination of

appointee, or the nomination of another per-

the person thus appointed, during the

son in his place. If the appointment is made

recess, or, of some other person in his

at any other time, the governor shall submit

place, shall be made to the Senate on the

the nomination to the Senate at the begin-

first day of the next regular meeting of

ning, of the next regular session of the Gen-

the Senate.

eral Assembly. Such an appointee shall re-

main in office until the end of the next

Sec. 12. No person, after being rejected

regular session of the General Assembly, or
until the expiration of the term of the office

by the Senate, shall be again nominated for
the same office at the same session, unless

to which he was appointed, or until his

at the request of the Senate; or, be

nomination is rejected by the Senate, which-
ever shall occur first. No person after being

appointed to the same office during the
recess of the Legislature.

rejected by the Senate shall again be appoint-
ed to or nominated for the same office at the

Sec. 14. If a vacancy shall occur, during
the session of the Senate, in any office

same session, unless at the request of the Sen-
ate, or be appointed to the same office dur-
ing the adjournment of the General As-

which the Governor and Senate have the
power to fill, the Governor shall nominate
to the Senate before its final adjournment,


a proper person to fill said vacancy, un-

less such vacancy occurs within ten days

before said final adjournment.

Section 4.33. Information from Administra-

Sec. 18. It shall be the duty of the

tive Officers.

Governor, semi-annually (and oftener, if

The governor at any time may require in-

he deem it expedient) to examine under

formation, in writing or otherwise, from any

oath the Treasurer and Comptroller of the

officer of any department, office, agency, or

State on all matters pertaining to their

instrumentality in the executive branch.

respective offices; and inspect and review

their Bank and other Account Books.

Art. III, sec. 52. (11) The Governor

for the purpose of making up his Budget

shall have the power, and it shall be his

duty, to require from the proper State

officials, including herein all executive de-

partments, all executive and administrative

offices, bureaus, boards, commissions and

agencies, expending or supervising the

expenditure of, and all institutions applying

for State moneys and appropriations, such

itemized estimates and other information, in

such form and at such times as he shall

direct. The estimates for the Legislative

Department, certified by the presiding

officer of each House, of the Judiciary, as

provided by Law, certified by the Comp-

troller, and for the public schools, as

provided by law, shall be transmitted to

the Governor, in such form and at such

times as he shall direct, and shall be in-

cluded in the Budget without revision.

(12) The Governor may provide for pub-

lic hearings on all estimates and may require

the attendance at such hearings of repre-



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