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Accountability of secretary and clerk to comptroller
Legislative (LEG) CHAPTER 32, ARTICLE 2
§ 17. Accountability of secretary and clerk to comptroller. The
secretary of the senate, or such other officers or employees of the
senate as the temporary president of the senate shall designate and the
clerk of the assembly, or such other officers or employees of the
assembly as the speaker of the assembly shall designate, respectively,
shall, from time to time, file with the comptroller vouchers of all
bills incurred by their respective houses for the purchase of material
and services except personal service. Such vouchers duly certified by
such secretary or clerk or designee, shall be accompanied by the
certification of each payee to the effect that each invoice or bill
covered by such voucher is just, true and correct and that the balance
is actually due and owing.

The respective fiscal officers shall from time to time notify the
comptroller of the appointment of personnel and the rendering of
personal services, at such times and in such manner as the comptroller
shall prescribe, and stating the name and title of the payee, the period
of service, the compensation and the amount due.

This section shall not apply to employees of the committee on finance
of the senate, of the committee on ways and means of the assembly or of
special joint legislative committees.