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75-402.Custody of books and papers; records. The secretary of state shall have the custody of all books, records, maps, papers and other articles and effects belonging to the state, which from time to time are required to be deposited and kept in his or her office; and the secretary of state shall make such provisions for their arrangement and preservation as may be necessary. All official bonds, and other valuable papers of the state, shall be recorded in books kept for that purpose, and the originals be deposited with the state treasurer, who shall receipt for them and be responsible for their safekeeping.

History: L. 1879, ch. 166, § 21; March 20; R.S. 1923, 75-402.



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