The director of administrative services shall make an annual report to the governor
containing a statement of the expenses of the public works under the director's supervision
during the preceding year, setting forth an account of moneys expended on each of
the public works during the year, and such other information and records as the director
deems proper. Such report shall contain a statement of the moneys received from all sources and
an estimate of the appropriations necessary to maintain the public works and keep
them in repair. The report shall also contain a list of all persons regularly employed, together
with the salary, compensation, or allowance paid each.
The director shall further from time to time when the director deems it necessary,
or when called upon by the governor, to do so, make such other reports as are proper,
touching on the general condition and welfare of the public works and the drainage,
leaseholds, and water powers incident thereto.
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