||114 of Trea*~ProPerty belonging to the Territory, that may be raised by taxation, or otherwise; and shall procure suitable books in which he shall enter an account of his receipts, and disbursements; to whom made, and on what account. Sec. 4. The Treasurer shall pay all moneys that may come into his hands, by virtue of his office, upon drafts or orders countersigned hy the Auditor of public accounts; | report toand shall annually report to the Governor, on or before 4 the first day of November, or oftener, if required by the Governor, a true account of his receipts and disbursements, with the necessary vouchers for the same; and shall deliver to his successor in office, all books, moneys, ac-¦ • counts, or other property belonging to the Territory, so soon as his successor shall become qualified. Auditor shall Sec. 5. The Auditor of public accounts, previous to give bonds, entering upon the duties of his office, shall give bonds to I the people of the Territory of Utah, in the penal sum of ^ve thousand dollars, which sum may be increased at the discretion of the Legislature, or during its rece-s, by the Governor, with sufficient securities to be approved by the Governor: and shall also take an oath or affirmation, to support the Constitution of the United States, and faithfully discharge the duties of his office. 1 Sec. 6. The Auditor of public accounts shall examine taf/ ° A" and audit all public accounts connected with the pecuniary affairs of the Territory, and shall report the same to the Governor, on or before the first day of November in each year, and oftener if required by the Governor, and shall deliver to his successor in office, all books, moneys, accounts, or other property, belonging to the Territory, so soon as his successor, shall become qualified. mSe9reponlto Sec- 7' Lt slia11 be **© duty of a11 officers in the Ter- AtiditMM ritory, having the handling of the public funds, in either collecting or disbursing the same, to make a report to the Auditor of public accounts, on or before the first day of October, in each year. Approved, January 20, 1852.