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18. REQUIREMENTS WITH A VIEW TO PUBLICITY.

Registration.

Registers, how, where kept, accounts.

Notices posted, etc.; conspicuous place, legible language, renewal, defacement; contents.

Notification of interested parties; what to contain, how served. Labels.

Reports, contents, to whom; evidential effect.

19. FACILITIES FOR DISCHARGE OF DUTIES. Making statute known; provisions for instructions and blank forms, etc.

Certificates, responsibility; false statements; forgeries; misuse. 20. SECURITIES OF COMPLIANCE.

Oath.

Bond; approval, renewal; surety company; expense; enforcement, for whose benefit.

D. ADMINISTRATION.

21. DESIGNATION OF OFFICIALS.

Reference to competent authorities.
Provision for appointment; power continuing.
Civil Service methods.

Administration through courts.

Term of office; gradual renewal; holding over.
Vacancies, disability.

Removal, suspension; cause, notice, hearing.
Compensation; salary, expenses.

Clerical help, office room, equipment; attorneys.
Corporate powers; seal of office.

Seat of office.

Subordinate officials, how far to be specified.

22. QUALIFYING FOR OFFICE; EXERCISE OF POWERS.

Oath of office.

Bond, approval; surety company, expense, enforcement.
Delegation of authority.

Use of seal.

Official records; falsification; publicity; presumptions.
Records of operation and results of act; reports.
Substantial compliance; technicalities.

23. OFFICIAL POWERS.

Discretion, shall and may.

Express reference to opinion.

Use of term "reasonable," "pleasure," etc.

Discretion not regulated in terms.
Supervision and direction.

Power to agree and compromise.

Power to confer and agree with other authorities.

Co-operation; mutual information; avoiding conflict, duplication and division of responsibility.

Incompatibility of functions.

24. ORGANIZATION OF BOARD.

Commission type, and governing board type.

Power to effect organization.

Stated meetings, called meetings.

Quorum.

Presiding officer.

Records, presumption, evidence.
Delegation to committees (hearings).
Emergency acts.

25. RELATION TO LOCAL AUTHORITIES.

Delegation.
Concurrent powers or power to vary.
Supervision; direction; reports.

E. DELEGATION OF POWERS. 26. ADMINISTRATIVE REGULATIONS.

Limitation of scope.

Power to prescribe forms, contents of reports.
Question of power to vary provisions of act.

Procedure in framing regulations; when to take effect; amend

ing power.

27. ADMINISTRATIVE ORDERS.

Peremptory, and order to show cause.
Notice.

Jurisdictional prerequisites; complaint, etc.

Recitals of order.

Order, how served; when to take effect.

Disobedience to order.

Whether statutory requirement effective without order.
Right to rescind, alter, amend.
Substituted performance.

Application, time for acting on it.

Time limit.

Place.

28. LICENSE.

Assignability.

Posting, exhibit, production.

Conditions; power to impose conditions.

Agents, servants.

Corporations.

Death of licensee.
Indemnifying bond.
Right to annul.

Fee; provision for part return.
Special provision for renewal.

Suspension.

Surrender.

29. PERMIT OR DISPENSATION. Statutory specification of conditions.

30. REVOCATION OF LICENSE.

Statutory specification of cause.
Effect of conviction.

Express provision.

What to state.
How to be served.

31. NOTICE.

32. HEARING AND EVIDENCE.

Application of rules and evidence.

Counsel.

Right to call witnesses.

Right to cross-examine.

Outside information, uncommunicated knowledge.
Delegation to committees.

Publicity of hearings.

33. POWERS FOR INFORMATION.

Inspection.
Entry; time; warrant.

Provision for oath; false statement; perjury.

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35. FINANCE.

Determination of amounts to be expended.
Appropriation; conditions and limitations.
Method of audit and payment.

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Accounting and discharge.
Bonds as method of financing.

Tax-levying powers.

Custody of funds; interest; bonds.
Fees.

36. CONTRACTS.

Requirement of previous appropriation.
Advertising and letting.

Officers interest in contracts.

37. CONDEMNATION BY EMINENT DOMAIN.

Reference to general law.

Question of necessity.

Offsetting benefits against damage.

Extent of title.

Power whether continuing.

Public rights in condemned property.

F. ENFORCEMENT.

38. PENALTIES.

Misdemeanor or felony, fine.
Fixed flexible.

Repeated offense.

What constitutes single offense.
Disposition of fine; informers' shares.

Penal damages; attorneys' fees.

Relation of penal provisions to general criminal law. Penalizing by reference.

Penalty for obstruction, false statements.

Penalty for official non-feasance or misfeasance.
Penalty for violating regulations and orders.

39. LIABILITY.

Special provisions for enforcement.
Particular defenses.

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