YSC, Title 9.  Public Property, Purchasing & Contracts
 
 
 
Chapter 2.  Legislature Property

201.  Identification of property.
202.  Annual inventory.

     201.  Identification of property.
     Each item of furniture and each piece of equipment which is the property of the Legislature shall be numbered and shall be identified as property of the Legislature. These marks shall be displayed in a conspicuous place.  The Chief Clerk of the Legislature or, in his absence, the Treasurer shall be responsible for overseeing this system of identification and to record each item so identified and keep said record in the files of the Legislature.

Source:  YDC 1500, modified.

Cross-reference:  The statutory provisions on the Legislature are found in Title 2 of this Code.  The statutory provisions regarding the Chief Clerk of the Legislature are found in chapter 2 of Title 2 of this Code.  The statutory provision regarding the unlawful possession or removal of government property is found in section 1905 of Title 11 (Crimes and Punishment) of this Code.

     202.  Annual inventory.
     The Chief Clerk of the Legislature or, in his absence, the Treasurer shall carry out an annual inventory of the property of the Legislature.  The inventory shall be carried out and completed within four weeks of the opening of the January regular session of the Legislature.

Source:  YDC 1501, modified.

Cross-reference:  The statutory provisions on the Legislature are found in Title 2 of this Code.  The statutory provisions regarding the Chief Clerk of the Legislature are found in chapter 2 of Title 2 of this Code.  The statutory provision regarding the unlawful possession or removal of government property is found in section 1905 of Title 11 (Crimes and Punishment) of this Code.