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§4-1-1 Interim committee and subcommittee meetings.
§4-1-2 How appropriations made and applied.
§4-1-3 Suits against members of Legislature; exemption from arrest, trial, judgment and levy.
§4-1-4 Compelling members to attend.
§4-1-5 Authority to subpoena witnesses and documents; penalty for refusal to comply; applicability of whistle-blower law.
§4-1-5a When witness may be compelled to give evidence against himself; immunity of witness from prosecution.
§4-1-6 Administration of oaths to members of Legislature, officers and witnesses.
§4-1-7 Flags displayed during sessions.
§4-1-8 Officers and employees; tenure.
§4-1-9 Assistant clerks; committee clerks to assist.
§4-1-10 Powers and duties of officers.
§4-1-10a Filling vacancies in the office of presiding officer of the two houses.
§4-1-11 Vacancies in clerkships.
§4-1-12 Custody of journals and documents; certified copies.
§4-1-13 Clerk of house to be keeper of rolls; compensation; duties as to acts; copies; fees; printing.
§4-1-14 Copies of enrolled bills mailed to courts; effect.
§4-1-15 Fees of clerks for copying or recording.
§4-1-16 Indexes to journals; printing; compensation for preparing.
§4-1-17 Priority of legislative business for members and designated employees.
§4-1-18 Repealed
§4-1-19 Distribution of acts of the Legislature.
§4-1-20 Designating space in capitol building for use by Legislature.
§4-1-21 Prefiling of bills and resolutions.
§4-1-22 "Next meeting of the senate" defined.
§4-1-23 Annual reports to be sent to the legislative librarian.
§4-1A-1 Purpose; legislative findings and declarations.
§4-1A-2 Applicability of definitions.
§4-1A-3 Legislative act defined.
§4-1A-4 Legislative sphere defined.
§4-1A-5 Political act defined.
§4-1A-6 Scope of legislative immunity generally.
§4-1A-7 Legislative immunity in specific instances.
§4-1A-8 Actions taken without lawful authority are not immune.
§4-1A-9 Political acts are not privileged.
§4-1A-10 Administrative acts are not immune.
§4-1A-11 Certain offers of proof about legislative activities not prohibited.
§4-1A-12 Legislative acts of legislative staff, aides or assistants.
§4-1A-13 Legislative immunity from ultimate relief.
§4-1A-14 Testimonial immunity.
§4-1A-15 Right to interlocutory appeal.
§4-1A-16 Common law regarding legislative immunity not affected by the enactment of this article.
§4-2-1 Purpose of article.
§4-2-2 Definitions.
§4-2-3 Appointment of legislative auditor; responsibility to Legislature.
§4-2-4 Duties of auditor; filing reports.
§4-2-5 Powers of auditor.
§4-2-6 Preparation of budgets and reports.
§4-2-7 Compensation and expenses of auditor.
§4-2-8 Assistants and employees.
§4-2-9 Offices; working space.
§4-2-10 Payment of compensation and expenses.
§4-2-11 Statutory references; transfer of postaudit functions.
§4-2-12 Severability.
§4-2A-2 Basic compensation for services; proration.
§4-2A-3 Compensation for members of the Legislature during any extension of regular session or during extraordinary session.
§4-2A-4 Additional compensation for President of Senate, Speaker of House of Delegates, majority leaders, minority leaders, certain committee chairs and selected members of both houses.
§4-2A-5 Interim compensation for members.
§4-2A-6 Travel expenses.
§4-2A-7 Reimbursement for expenses incurred during any session or interim assignment.
§4-2A-8 Out-of-state expenses.
§4-2A-9 Repealed
§4-2A-10 Affidavits required; approval by legislative auditor of vouchers; travel and lodging expenses within Charleston not reimbursable; rules authorized.
§4-3-1 Continued as statutory body; composition; appointment and terms of members.
§4-3-2 Expenses of committee; compensation of members.
§4-3-3 Powers and duties generally; report to Legislature; office.
§4-3-3a Interim powers and duties.
§4-3-3b Duty of the joint committee on government and finance with respect to the statewide reappraisal to be completed on the thirty-first day of March, one thousand nine hundred eighty-five.
§4-3-3c Reorganization of joint legislative agencies.
§4-3-4 Access to records of state agency or department; public hearings; meetings; administering oaths to persons testifying; compelling access to records and attendance of witnesses; production of ev
§4-3-5 Computer subscriber system.
§1674-4-1to4-4-3 Repealed
§4-5-1 Commission continued as "commission on special investigations"; composition; appointment and terms of members.
§4-5-2 Powers and duties generally.
§4-5-3 Executive sessions; hearings; subpoena power; enforcement provisions.
§4-5-4 Compensation and expenses of members; other expenses; how paid; joint committee approval.
§4-5-5 Investigations exempt from public disclosure requirements.
§4-5-6 False statements to commission.
§1674-6-1to4-6-7 Repealed
§4-7-1 Definitions.
§4-7-2 Legislative building commission created; its composition; appointment of members; vacancies; election of officers; compensation and expenses of members.
§4-7-3 Powers and duties of commission generally.
§4-7-4 Commission granted power of eminent domain.
§4-7-5 Funds and expenditures of commission.
§4-7-6 Deposit and disbursement of funds of commission; security for deposits; audits.
§4-7-7 Contracts for construction of state legislative building, etc.; to be secured by bond; competitive bids required for contracts exceeding two thousand dollars; procedure.
§4-7-8 Management and control of state legislative building.
§4-7-9 Article not authority to create state debt.
§4-7-10 This article, article six, chapter five, and the state constitution are only restrictions on construction, etc., of building.
§4-7-11 Severability.
§4-8-1 Creation; composition; qualifications.
§4-8-2 Terms of members; vacancies; meetings; decisions of commission.
§4-8-3 Officers; expenses.
§4-8-4 Powers and duties generally.
§4-8-5 Contracts and changes requiring commission approval.
§4-8-6 Continuation of the West Virginia Capitol Building Commission.
§1674-9-1to4-9-8 Repealed
§4-10-1 Short title.
§4-10-2 Legislative findings; performance review process authorized.
§4-10-3 Definitions.
§4-10-4 Joint Committee on Government Operations.
§4-10-4a Repealed
§4-10-5 Powers and duties of the committee and joint standing committee.
§4-10-5a Repealed
§4-10-5b Repealed
§4-10-6 Department presentation and schedule.
§4-10-6a Repealed
§4-10-7 Agency review.
§4-10-8 Schedule of departments for agency review.
§4-10-9 Regulatory board review.
§4-10-10 Regulatory board review schedule.
§4-10-10a Repealed
§4-10-11 Compliance review.
§4-10-11a Repealed
§4-10-12 Termination of an
§4-10-13 Disposition of agency or regulatory board assets, equipment and records after termination.
§4-10-14 Nullifying agency and regulatory board termination under prior law.
§4-11-1 Legislative findings and purpose.
§4-11-2 Definitions.
§4-11-3 Receipt of federal funds and required deposit in state treasury.
§4-11-4 Inclusion of federal funds in state budget and the budget bill.
§4-11-5 Legislative appropriation authority.
§4-11-6 Exclusions.
§4-11-7 Conflict with other statutory provisions.
§4-11A-1 Legislative findings and purpose.
§4-11A-1a Legislative findings related to securitization of moneys received pursuant to master settlement agreement and previously dedicated to the Workers' Compensation Debt Reduction Fund.
§4-11A-2 Receipt of settlement funds and required deposit in West Virginia Tobacco Settlement Medical Trust Fund until the first day of June, two thousand five, then to Workers' Compensation Debt
§4-11A-3 Receipt of settlement funds and required deposit in the West Virginia Tobacco Settlement Fund.
§4-11A-4 Limitation on appeal bond.
§4-11A-5 Applicability.
§4-11A-6 Creation of Tobacco Settlement Finance Authority.
§4-11A-7 Definitions.
§4-11A-8 Governing board.
§4-11A-9 Staff; assistance by state officers, agencies and departments.
§4-11A-10 Limitation of liability.
§4-11A-11 General powers.
§4-11A-12 Authorization of the sale of rights in the master settlement agreement.
§4-11A-13 Authorization of bonds of the authority.
§4-11A-14 Exemption from purchasing provisions.
§4-11A-15 Bankruptcy.
§4-11A-16 Dissolution of the authority; distribution of assets.
§4-11A-17 Construction.
§4-11A-18 Dedication of personal income tax proceeds as replacement moneys for anticipated tobacco master settlement agreement proceeds to the Old Fund.
§4-12-1 Authority of Legislature to establish West Virginia law institute.
§4-12-2 Purposes and duties.
§4-12-3 Governing council and members.
§4-12-4 Compensation of members of the council of the West Virginia law institute, director and assistants.
§4-12-5 Adoption of membership plan.
§4-12-6 Institute to act in advisory capacity only; distribution of reports, studies, and recommended publications.