The State Treasurer, on the last business day of June, September, December and March,
shall render a statement of account to the Auditor General, giving in detail the different
sums which go to make up the grand total of the amount on that day in the State Treasury,
including moneys appropriated to the sinking fund. Such statement shall include the names of banks, banking institutions or trust companies
with whom the public funds are deposited, with the various amounts of such deposits,
and shall be verified by oath or affirmation of the State Treasurer, and recorded
in a book kept for that purpose in the Auditor General's office; and such record
shall be open for the inspection of the Governor, heads of departments, members of
the Legislature, or any citizen of the State desiring to inspect the same; and shall
be correctly published in not more than six newspapers one of which shall be published
at Harrisburg, to be selected by the Auditor General, for general information; payment
of publication to be made from moneys in the State Treasury appropriated for this
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