Effective Date: July 1, 2000
SENATE BILL No. 517
An Act concerning legislative journals; amending K.S.A.
and repealing the existing section.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas:
Section 1. K.S.A. 45-116 is hereby
amended to read as follows: 45-116.
(a) At the conclusion of each legislative session, the secretary of
and the chief clerk of the house of representatives shall prepare
journals of the senate and house of representatives to be entitled
and House Journals of the State of Kansas for ________," and the
shall be filled with the year and words indicating whether the
nalized are regular or special, or both. In preparation of such
secretary of the senate and chief clerk of the house shall work
supervision of the legislative coordinating council. Such journals
clude the matters contained in the daily journals of the two houses
additional materials and information as may be directed by the
coordinating council. Such journals shall be published in one or
umes as determined by such council. Such journals shall be printed
bound copies by the director of printing from copy prepared by the
of the senate and chief clerk of the house of representatives.
(b) Upon the advice of the secretary of
the senate and the chief clerk
of the house of representatives, the secretary of state shall
number of copies of such journals which shall be printed and
which shall not be more than 750 copies and, in addition thereto,
number of copies as are needed for the purposes of the publication
lection and depository system established under K.S.A. 75-2566
amendments thereto, for disposition by the secretary of state, as
(1) One copy to the governor, the
lieutenant governor, the secretary
of state, the attorney general, the state historical society
library, and each
member of the legislature;
(2) two copies to the board of county
commissioners of each county,
upon request therefor;
(3) to the several offices of the
judicial branch of state government,
the number of copies necessary to conduct the official business of
offices, as requested by the chief justice of the supreme
(4) to the office of attorney general,
the state library, the office of the
revisor of statutes, the division of post audit and the legislative
department, the number of copies necessary to conduct the official
ness of such offices, as requested by the chief administrative
(5) the number of copies necessary for
use by the legislature, as re-
quested by the director of legislative administrative services;
(6) the remainder of such copies shall be
kept by the secretary of
state for sale at the per volume price for such copies fixed by the
coordinating council under this section
, until the
inventory of the volume
is reduced to 50 copies.
When the inventory of any
volume is 50 copies or less One year
after the publication date of any volume, the secretary of
, with the
approval of the revisor of statutes, may dispose
of copies from such in-
ventory by distribution without charge extra
copies, retaining an inven-
tory of at least 10 volumes for distribution without charge.
after the publication date of any volume, the secretary of state
of the remainder of such copies.
(d) The legislative coordinating council
shall fix the per volume price
for clothbound copies of the permanent journals of the senate and
of representatives, sold under this section, to recover the costs
and binding such volumes. The legislative coordinating council
vise such prices from time to time as necessary for the purposes of
ering and recovering such costs.
(e) The secretary of state shall remit
all moneys received under this
section to the state treasurer at least monthly and the state
deposit the entire amount of each such remittance in the state
to the credit of the state general fund.
Sec. 2. K.S.A. 45-116 is
Sec. 3. This act shall take
effect and be in force from and after its
publication in the statute book.