Section 17.17, Florida Statutes 2001
17.17 Examination by Governor and report.--The office of Comptroller of the state, and the books, files, documents, records, and papers shall always be subject to the examination of the Governor of this state, or any person the Governor may authorize to examine the same; and on the first day of January of each and every year, or oftener if called for by the Governor, the Comptroller shall make a full report of all his or her official acts and proceedings for the last fiscal year to the Governor, to be laid before the Legislature with the Governor's message, and shall make such further report as the constitution may require.
History.--s. 8, ch. 8, 1845; RS 109; GS 113; ch. 7342, 1917; RGS 125; CGL 155; s. 60, ch. 95-147.