SUPPLEMENTING ACT, STATE WORKMEN'S INSURANCE FUND Act of Jun. 13, 1923, P.L. 698, No. 291 Cl. 77 A SUPPLEMENT To the act, approved the second day of June, one thousand nine hundred and fifteen (Pamphlet Laws, seven hundred and sixty- two), entitled "An act providing for the creation and administration of a State fund for the insurance of compensation for injuries to employes of subscribers thereto; declaring false oaths by subscribers to be misdemeanors; and providing penalties for the violation thereof"; providing for the auditing of the State Workmen's Insurance Fund, and the payment of the costs thereof. Section 1. Be it enacted, &c., That the Auditor General through such agents as he may select shall, during each calendar year, make a complete examination and audit of the State Workmen's Insurance Fund, including all receipts and expenditures, cash on hand, and securities, investments, or property held representing cash or cash disbursement; and, for these purposes, the Auditor General is hereby authorized to employ such consultants, experts, accountants, or investigators as he may deem advisable. The expense incurred in making said examination and audit shall be certified to the State Workmen's Insurance Board by the Auditor General, which board shall then draw its warrant for the amount thereof payable out of the State Workmen's Insurance Fund in the manner provided for payment of other expenses of administering said fund. The first audit of such fund may, in the discretion of the Auditor General, extend back to the creation of such fund or to any other period in its life. Section 2. That hereafter disbursements for salaries and expenses incurred in the administration of the State Workmen's Insurance Fund shall only be made after they shall first be submitted to the Auditor General for approval and audit in the manner provided by law for the examination, audit, and approval of public accounts originating in or through any department, bureau, board, or commission of the State Government. Section 3. The State Workmen's Insurance Board, its officers and employes, shall, whenever a demand is made upon them by the Auditor General or his agents, submit for the inspection and examination of the Auditor General or his agent all reports, vouchers, checks, receipts, books, and records, as well as any cash or securities or property, representing cash or cash disbursements, in their possession, and the failure of the members of such State Workmen's Insurance Board so to do shall make each member that so refuses liable to a penalty of five thousand dollars ($5,000), and the failure of the officers and employes of such board so to do shall disqualify them from holding their respective offices or employment. Section 4. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.