The secretary of state shall within twenty days after the close of each month make
a report to the tax commissioner for the preceding month, in which he or she shall
set out the name of every corporation to which he or she issued a certificate of incorporation
during the month, as well as the name of each corporation to which he or she issued
a certificate of authority, with the amount of license tax paid to him or her by each;
also he or she shall set out in such report the names of all corporations to which
he or she issued certificates of change of name or of change of location of principal
office, dissolution, withdrawal or merger; and a statement of all moneys received
during such preceding month from all sources which are due to the state, and pay the
same into the treasury; if he or she fails to do so it shall be the duty of the tax
commissioner to report such failure to the governor.
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