<1891, May 29, P.L. 132, No. 123, § 1 is also classified as 72 P.S. § 4401.>
From and after the passage of this act all warrants for the payment of appropriations
of moneys from the state treasury that are not drawn by the auditor general in pursuance
of the provisions of the act, entitled “An act to amend and consolidate the several
acts relating to the settlement of the public accounts and the payment of the public
moneys, and for other purposes,” approved the thirtieth day of March, Anno Domini
one thousand eight hundred and eleven, 1 shall be presented to the auditor general to be charged and countersigned by him
before the same shall be paid by the state treasurer, and all such warrants issued
after the passage of this act that are not so charged and countersigned shall be declared
illegal and void, and the state treasurer is prohibited from paying the same.
1811, March 30, P.L. 145, No. 99 [71 P.S. § 867, 72 P.S. §§ 2887, 3221, 3364 to 3367,
3370, 4031, 4036, 4061, 4081, 4087 to 4089, 4091, 4111, 4366, 4521 to 4521.4, 4663].
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