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§6-1-1 Members of Congress.
§6-1-2 Members of state Legislature.
§6-1-3 Other officers.
§6-1-4 Before whom taken.
§6-1-5 When taken.
§6-1-6 Where certificates of oaths filed and recorded; destruction of originals.
§6-1-7 Acting before taking oath.
§6-1-8 List of county officers to be furnished secretary of state.
§6-2-1 When official bonds to be given.
§6-2-2 How bonds made payable and proved; sureties.
§6-2-3 Condition; liability.
§6-2-4 Failure to give bond; penalty for acting without giving bond.
§6-2-5 Bonds of officers appointed to fill vacancies.
§6-2-6 Bonds of certain state officers.
§6-2-7 Approval of form and execution by attorney general.
§6-2-8 Bond of clerk of supreme court of appeals.
§6-2-9 Where bonds of clerk and state officers filed and recorded.
§6-2-10 Bonds of county officers; required for deputy sheriffs.
§6-2-10a Additional bonds of county clerks.
§6-2-11 Bonds of municipal officers.
§6-2-12 Where certain bonds filed and recorded.
§6-2-13 Copies to be sent to the state tax commissioner; penalty for failure to send.
§6-2-14 Requiring new or additional bonds; effect of failure to give.
§6-2-15 How surety released from liability; requiring substitute bond.
§6-2-16 Effect of new or additional bond.
§6-2-17 Suits on bonds payable to state brought in name of state.
§6-2-18 Proceedings must show for whose benefit prosecuted; costs.
§6-2-19 When bonds may be required of other officers and employees.
§6-2-19a Oaths and bonds of employees and deputies of tax commissioner's office.
§6-2-20 Premiums to be allowed on official bonds.
§6-2-21 Bonds taken for persons in custody.
§6-3-1 Appointment of deputies and local conservators of the peace; powers and duties; compensation; vacating appointment of deputy sheriff; removal of conservators.
§6-3-1a Deputy sheriff's reserve; purpose; appointment and qualifications of members; duties; attire; training; oath; bond; not employee of sheriff or county commission for certain purposes; limit
§6-3-2 Removal of deputies.
§6-3-3 On death of principal, deputy to act; liability of principal's bond; removal and appointment of deputy; new or additional bond.
§6-3-4 Judgment on motion against officer or deputy and sureties.
§6-3-5 Judgment on motion by officer against deputy and sureties.
§6-3-6 Payment by officer or sureties of judgment for default of deputy; remedies.
§6-3-7 Jurisdiction of motion against deputy.
§6-4-1 United States senators, representatives, and presidential electors.
§6-4-2 United States senator appointed to fill vacancy.
§6-4-3 Judges and appointive officers.
§6-4-4 County and district officers and deputies.
§6-5-1 When terms of office to begin.
§6-5-2 Continuance until successor qualified.
§6-5-2a Appointments to state boards, agencies, commissions and committees affected by changes in congressional districts.
§6-5-3 Repealed
§6-5-4 Residence of officers.
§6-5-5 Disqualification by conviction of treason, felony, or bribery.
§6-5-6 Disqualification by sale or farming of office or sharing of emoluments.
§6-5-7 Disqualification by duelling.
§6-5-8 Disqualification of justice who accepts office as deputy sheriff.
§6-5-9 Office property to be delivered to successor.
§6-5-10 Procedure on failure to deliver property to successor; penalty.
§6-5-11 Members of Legislature not to be discriminated against in connection with seniority rights; pension coverage or benefits or insurance coverage or benefits provided by employer.
§6-5-12 Leave of absence for public officials for performing public duties.
§6-6-1 Definitions.
§6-6-2 Retirement of incapacitated justices, judges and magistrates; expulsion of members of Legislature.
§6-6-3 Impeachment.
§6-6-4 Removal by governor of appointee.
§6-6-5 Removal by governor of state elective officer — Grounds.
§6-6-6 Removal by governor of state elective officer — Procedure; appeal.
§6-6-7 Procedure for removal of county, school district and municipal officers having fixed terms; appeal; grounds.
§6-6-8 Removal of appointive county, district or municipal officers without fixed terms.
§6-6-9 Forfeiture of office on conviction of offense.
§6-7-1 State officials, officers and employees to be paid twice per month; new employees paid in arrears; effective date.
§6-7-2 Salaries of certain state officers.
§6-7-2a Terms of certain appointive state officers; appointment; qualifications; powers and salaries of such officers.
§6-7-3 Provision for clerical assistance, stationery, offices, traveling expenses and contingent fund.
§6-7-3a How and by whom compensation of other officers, assistants and employees fixed.
§6-7-4 Repealed
§6-7-5 Mileage and expenses of judges.
§6-7-6 Allowance to circuit judges for stationery, postage and stenographic help.
§6-7-7 No extra compensation; salaries not to be increased or diminished during term.
§6-7-8 Public carriage for state officials and employees and the university of West Virginia board of trustees and the board of directors of the state college system.
§6-8-1 Settlements for public funds.
§6-8-2 Contents of settlement; exceptions; confirmation.
§6-8-3 Fine and forfeiture for failure to make settlement.
§6-8-4 Notice of settlement to chief inspector and supervisor of public offices.
§6-8-5 Repealed
§6-8-6 Reports and settlements of sheriff; penalties for false affidavit.
§6-8-7 Settlements by sheriff for school funds.
§6-8-8 Same — With what sheriff to be charged.
§6-8-9 Same — With what sheriff to be credited.
§6-8-10 Same — Method of settlement.
§6-8-11 Settlements by sheriff for school funds — Failure to account for and pay over money.
§6-8-12 Settlements by sheriff for school funds — Failure of sheriff to make settlement; payment of balance to successor.
§6-9-1 Tax commissioner to be chief inspector and supervisor; assistants, clerks and allowances.
§6-9-1a Definitions.
§6-9-2 Uniform system of accounting and reporting for local governmental offices and agencies; form and uniform system for receipts; additional power and authority.
§6-9-2a Local Government Purchasing Card Program.
§6-9-2b Local Government Purchasing Card Expenditure Fund Created.
§6-9-2c Fraudulent or unauthorized use of purchasing card prohibited; penalties.
§6-9-3 Separate accounts for different appropriations or funds, departments, undertakings, etc.; transfer of unexpended balances.
§6-9-4 Separate accounts for each public service industry; contents.
§6-9-5 Reports to and by chief inspector.
§6-9-6 Accounts and reports by local public officers remitting funds collected to proper officer.
§6-9-7 Examinations into affairs of local public offices; penalties.
§6-9-8 Payment of cost of services of chief inspector; revolving fund.
§6-9-9 Deputies of chief inspector.
§6-9-9a Public inspection of reports of examinations.
§6-9-10 Statutory references to audits or examinations of state offices by tax commissioner or inspector or supervisor of public offices.
§6-9-11 Transfer of certain powers and duties of tax commissioner to state auditor; rules; interagency agreement; report to Legislature.
§6-9-12 Business intern program.
§6-9A-1 Declaration of legislative policy.
§6-9A-2 Definitions.
§6-9A-3 Proceedings to be open; public notice of meetings.
§6-9A-4 Exceptions.
§6-9A-5 Minutes.
§6-9A-6 Enforcement by injunctions; actions in violation of article voidable; voidability of bond issues.
§6-9A-7 Violation of article; criminal penalties; attorney fees and expenses in civil actions.
§6-9A-8 Acting by reference; written ballots.
§6-9A-9 Broadcasting or recording meetings.
§6-9A-10 Open governmental meetings committee.
§6-9A-11 Request for advisory opinion; maintaining confidentiality.
§6-9A-12 Duty of attorney general, secretary of state, clerks of the county commissions and city clerks or recorders.
§6-10-1 Employment of wife at public expense prohibited.
§6-11-1 Persons entitled to leave.
§6-11-2 Period of replacement appointment.
§6-11-3 Article not to affect terms or authorize compensation to persons not performing duties.
§6-11-4 Provisions of article retroactive.
§6-11A-1 Repealed
§6-12-1 General liability insurance for proprietary functions; bodily injury and property damage motor vehicle insurance at public expense; contractors to provide like insurance.
§6-12-2 Policy may authorize action against insurance company with or without joining driver as defendant.
§6-12-3 Article not to create new right of action.
§6-13-1 Preference rating of veterans on written examinations for positions in state departments filled under nonpartisan merit system.
§6-14-1 Definitions.
§6-14-2 Facsimile signature; use; legal effect.
§6-14-3 Repealed
§6-14-4 Use with intent to defraud; penalty.
§6-14-5 Construction.
§6-14-6 Citation.
§6-14-7 Severability provision.
§6-14-8 Inconsistent articles repealed.