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to the governor for his approbation. If he approve, he shall sign it;
if not, he shall return it with his objections to the house in which it
shall have originated, and the house shall cause the objections to be
entered at large on its journals, and shall proceed to re-consider the
bill. If, after such re-consideration, a majority of all the members
elected to that house shall agree to pass the same, it shall be sent, to-
gether with the objections, to the other house, by which it shall be
in like manner re-considered, and if approved by a majority of all
the members elected to that house, it shall become a law. In all
such cases the votes of both houses shall be taken by yeas and nays,
and the names of the members voting for and against the bill shall be
entered on the journal of each house respectively. If any bill shall
not be returned by the governor within ten days (Sundays excepted)
after it shall have been presented to him, the same shall become a
law in like manner as if the governor had signed it, unless the general
assembly by its adjournment shall prevent its return, in which case
it shall not become a law.

Secsection 11—Every resolution to which the concurrence of the senate
and house of representatives, may be necessary, except on cases of
adjournment, shall be presented to the governor, and before the
same shall take effect shall be proceeded upon in the same manner
as in the case of a bill.

Secsection 12—There shall be an auditor of public accounts, whom the
governor, by and with the advice and consent of the senate, shall
appoint. He shall continue in office four years, and shall perform
such duties as may be prescribed by law. His office shall be kept
at the seat of government.

Secsection 13—The governor shall, at stated times, receive for his ser-
vices an adequate salary to be fixed by law, which shall neither be
increased nor diminished during his continuance in office, and which
shall never be less than two thousand dollars annually.

Secsection 14—There shall be a lieutenant governor, who shall be elect-
ed at the same time, in the same manner, for the same term, and
shall possess the same qualifications as the governor. The electors
shall distinguish for whom they vote as governor, and for whom as
lieutenant governor.

Secsection 15—The lieutenant governor shall by virtue of his office be
president of the senate. In committee of the whole he may debate
on all questions; and when there is an equal division, be shall give
the casting vote in senate, and also in joint votes of both houses.

Secsection 16—When the office of governor, shall become vacant by
death, resignation, absence from the state, removal from office, re-
fusal to qualify impeachment or otherwise, the lieutenant governor;
or in case of like disability on his part, the president of the senate
pro tempore; or if there be no president of the senate pro-tempore,
the speaker of the house of representatives, shall possess all the
powers, and discharge all the duties of governor and shall receive
for his services the like compensation, until such vacancy be filled,
or the governor so absent or impeached shall return or be acquitted.

Secsection 17—Whenever the office of governor shall become vacant
by death, resignation, removal from office; or otherwise, the lieuten-