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When the registrar admits any one to registration he must enter in the proper column of the "Elector's Register” the number, the name in full, (except any middle name which may be by initial) date of registry, age, place of nativity and residence of the elector so admitted. The residence must be so described by giving the house, street, ward, or part of the precinct he resides in, that it may be easily found; also it shall be stated, if a naturalized citizen, whether or not he produced his certificate and the registrar may, in the column of remarks add any pertinent notes.
He must also enter the names, with statements similar to the above, of all persons who are refused registration in the books kept for that purpose, and therein state the reason of such refusal.
During the time between the last day of registration and the day of election each registrar must prepare for his "Elector's Register” two “check lists” of all the names registered by him, arranged alphabetically according to the surname, placing on the left of the name the same number it bears in the "Elector's Register," and on the right of the column of names a blank column in which to indicate by the word "voted” when the elector votes; said “check lists” must have a heading showing for and what election it was prepared and used; they must be carefully prepared without interlineations, in legible writing or typewriting, certified and sworn to by the registrar, and, not later than the day next preceding the election, he must deliver to one of the judges of election of his precinct his “Elector's Register,” and the register containing the names of those refused registration and to each of the other two judges, who are not of the same political party, a copy of said “check lists” and such judges must, as the electors vote write the word “voted” opposite their names in said "check lists" while the clerks of election keep the record of the electors voting as elsewhere provided in the election law.
Approved on the 8th day of March, 1905.
SENATE BILL NO. 105.
RUARY 10, 1899, ENTITLED “AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR THE
SECTION 1. That sections 4, 6 and 60 of an act approved February 10, 1899, entitled "An act to provide for the organization, government and powers of cities and villages” be and the same are hereby amended to read as follows:
Section 4. Each ward of said city shall have at least two councilmen, who shall be chosen from the qualified electors of their respective wards, and who shall serve for two years and until their successors shall be elected and qualified; no person shall be eligible to the office of councilman who is not at the time of his election an actual resident of the ward for which he is elected, and a qualified elector under the constitution and laws of the State of Idaho; and if any councilman shall remove from the ward for which he is elected his office as a councilman shall thereby become vacant. Whenever there shall be a tie in the election of councilmen, it shall be determined by lot by the judges of election of the ward in which it shall happen.
Section 6. At the time of the biennial city election hereinafter provided for, there shall be elected a mayor, a clerk, a treasurer, a city engineer, a police judge and the councilmen herein before provided for. The mayor, with the consent of the council, may appoint a city clerk and an overseer of streets, who shall hold their offices for two years unless sooner removed by the mayor with the consent of the council. The mayor, by and with the consent of the council, shall appoint such a number of regular policemen as may be necessary, and may also appoint special policemen from time to time as exigencies arise. The police officers appointed by the mayor and council in accordance herewith shall be removable at any time by the mayor: Provided, The council may provide by ordinance that the city clerk shall be ex officio police judge.
Section 60. On the first Tuesday of April, 1905, and biennially thereafter an election shall be held in each city
and village governed by this act, for officers as in this act provided, all of which officers shall be elected and hold their respective offices for a term of two years, and until their successors are elected and qualified, at which election the qualified voters of such city may cast their ballots between the hours of nine o'clock a. m. and seven o'clock p. m.
SEC. 2. All acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.
SEC. 3. An emergency existing therefor, this act shall be in force from and after its passage and approval.
Approved on the 15th day of March, 1905.
SENATE BILL NO. 106.
EXAMINER AND DEFINING HIS DUTIES AS SUCH, AND
SECTION 1. The State Insurance Commissioner is hereby constituted, ex officio, State examiner. As such he shall give bond to the State of Idaho, to be approved by the Governor and filed with the Secretary of State, in the sum of ten thousand dollars ($10,000). He shall be allowed no salary as such examiner but shall be allowed his actual expenses to be audited by the State Board of Examiners and paid as other salaries and expenses of other State officers are paid.
SEC. 2. It is hereby made the duty of the State examiner to keep an exact and true inventory of all chattel property belonging to the State, which inventory shall be recorded in a permanent record to be kept for that purpose, showing a description of the property, condition, for what used, where located and its cost, and said inventory shall annually be revised on the 31st day of December.
SEC. 3. He shall order and enforce a correct, and, as far as practicable, uniform system of bookkeeping by State and county officers, so as to afford a suitable check on their mutual action, and insure the safety and a thorough supervision of the funds of the State and of the counties therein. He shall have full power to expose false or er. roneous systems of accounting, and when necessary shall instruct State and county officers in the proper mode of keeping such accounts.
SEC. 4. He shall ascertain the character and financial standing of all present and proposed bondsmen of State and county officers. He shall in the case of county officers, report to the board of county commissioners, and to the Governor, and in the case of State officers, he shall report to the Governor, the knowledge so obtained.
SEC. 5. He shall require of treasurers of counties, from time to time, as often as he shall deem necessary, a verified and complete statement of their accounts. He shall personally, without notice to the officers and at irregular intervals, visit State officers at least twice in each year, and county officers at least once in each year, and at such time shall make a thorough examination of the books, accounts and vouchers of said officers. He shall ascertain
. in detail the various items of receipts and expenditures and submit a report to the proper authority thereof.
SEC. 6. He shall inspect and verify the character and amount of any and all assets and securities held by county officers on public account. He shall ascertain the character and amount of any commission, fee or other charges for services exacted by such officers without warrant of law.
SEC. 7. He shall report to the Attorney General, or prosecuting attorney, the refusal or neglect of county officers to obey his instructions. The Attorney General, in case of State officers, and the prosecuting attorney, in case of county or municipal officers, shall promptly take action to enforce a compliance with such instructions of the State examiner.
SEC. 8. He shall report to the Governor the result of his examination, as well as any failure of duty of any public official, as often as he thinks it may be required by public interest.
The Governor may cause the result of any examination, made by the State examiner, to be made public, or, at his discretion, may take such action for the public security as the exigency may demand. He may, if he deem the public interest to require it, suspend any officer from further performance of duty until the examination be had, or such security be obtained as may be demanded for the prompt protection of public funds.
SEC. 9. To enable the State examiner to properly perform the services herein required of him, the county commissioners and officers of the several counties, and State Treasurers and Auditors, and all other county and State officers, shall afford all reasonable and needed facilities to the State examiner. All officers and employes of the counties, herein referred to, shall make returns and exhibits to the State examiner under oath, in such form and at such time or times as he shall prescribe.
SEC. 10. He may examine any of the books, papers, accounts, bills, vouchers or other documents or property of any or all of the counties and State officers, and custodians of county and State funds. He may examine under oath, county and State officer and the custodians of county and State funds aforesaid.
SEC. 11. Each and every person required herein to make returns and exhibits to the State examiner, who shall refuse or neglect to make such returns or exhibits, or who shall refuse to give such information required by the State examiner, shall be guilty of felony, and shall be punished by a fine not exceeding five thousand dollars, or imprisonment in the penitentiary not more than five years, or both.
SEC. 12. Any person making any exhibit, or giving information, as herein required, or making any statement under this act on oath, who shall knowingly swear falsely concerning the same, shall be guilty of perjury, and shall be punished in the manner prescribed by law for the pun. ishment of perjury.
SEC. 13. Any person who shall wilfully obstructor mislead the State examiner in the execution of his duties as by this chapter prescribed, shall be guilty of felony, and upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by a fine of not more than five thousand dollars, or imprisonment in the penitentiary, not more than five years, or both.
SEC. 14. The State examiner may issue subpoenas, and administer oaths in the same manner with the same power to enforce obedience thereof in the performance of his said duties as belonging and pertaining to courts of law in this State. Any person refusing access to the State examiner to any such books or papers, or officer, agent, clerk, em ploye or other person aforesaid, or who shall obstruct such access, or who shall refuse to furnish any required infor: mation, or who shall in any manner hinder the thorough