The following records shall be kept in the governor's office:
(A) A register of every bill passed by the general assembly that has been presented
to the governor, in which is entered the number of the bill, the date the bill was
presented to the governor, and the action taken on it by the governor and the date
of the action;
(B) An appointment record in which is entered the name of each person appointed to
an office by the governor, except commissioners, the office to which appointed, the
date of the appointment, the date of the commission, the date of the beginning and
expiration of the term, and the result and date of action by the senate, if required;
(C) A record of commissioners in which is entered the name, post-office address, the
state, territory, or county 1 where the appointee resides, the date of commission, and the beginning and expiration
of term of each commissioner appointed;
(D) A record of requisitions in which is entered both of the following:
(1) An abstract of each application for a requisition, showing date, by whom made,
the name of the alleged fugitive, the offense charged, upon the executive authority
of what state, territory, or country the requisition is made, and whether granted
(2) An abstract of requisition received, showing date of receipt, from what state
or territory issued, the name of the alleged fugitive, the offense charged, whether
a warrant was issued or refused, and if issued, to the sheriff of what county, or
the reason for refusing to issue a warrant.
(E) A pardon record in which is entered the date of each application for pardon, reprieve,
or commutation, the name of the convict, of what crime, in what county, and at what
term of court the convict was convicted, the sentence of the court, the action of
the governor, the reason for that action, and the date of that action.
Prior and current versions differ; although no amendment to this language was indicated
in 2001 H 94, “county” appeared as “country” in 129 v 1192.
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