2017 Wyoming Statutes
SECTION 28-3-104 - Chief clerk.

Universal Citation: WY Stat § 28-3-104 (2017)

28-3-104. Chief clerk.

(a) There shall be a chief clerk whose duties shall be:

(i) To keep a correct journal of the proceedings of the senate;

(ii) To read aloud all papers handed to him for that purpose by any member;

(iii) To certify and transmit to the house of representatives all bills, resolutions and other papers requiring the concurrence of said house, immediately after its passage;

(iv) To notify the house on the concurrence or disagreement by the senate in any vote of the house;

(v) To permit no papers or records belonging to the senate to be taken out of his custody otherwise than in the regular course of business;

(vi) To perform all other duties pertaining to his office under the direction of the president.

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