§ 30-2-22. Publication of laws and regulations Forms, stationery, and postage.
The adjutant general may, when necessary, cause the militia laws and regulations of the state, together with such parts of the Constitution, laws, and regulations of the United States, as relate thereto, as he or she deems necessary, to be prepared, procured, printed, and distributed to the officers of the militia and shall also prepare, procure, and issue all printing, stationery, blank books, blanks, forms, notices, and postage, required to carry into effect the provisions of chapters 1 14 of this title and the proper administration of the militia. All books, blanks, stationery, and postage issued by the adjutant general shall be receipted for by the officer receiving them, to be held or accounted for by him or her as public property. In the event of the removal from office of the receipting officer, this property, when required by the adjutant general, shall be delivered to his or her successor, returned to the adjutant general, or otherwise satisfactorily accounted for.
(P.L. 1956, ch. 3742, par. 37; G.L. 1956, § 30-2-22.)