It shall be the duty of the Clerk of the Legislature to attend the sessions of the Legislature, to call the roll, read the journals, bills, memorials, resolutions, petitions, and all other papers or documents necessary to be read in the Legislature, to keep a correct journal of the proceedings in the Legislature, and to do and perform such other duties as may be imposed upon him by the Legislature or by the Executive Board of the Legislative Council.
Source:Laws 1867, § 4, p. 85; R.S.1913, § 3755; C.S.1922, § 3148; C.S.1929, § 50-114; Laws 1941, c. 101, § 1, p. 418; C.S.Supp.,1941, § 50-114; R.S.1943, § 50-114; Laws 1967, c. 328, § 8, p. 871.
Entries found in legislative journals prevail over evidence furnished by enrolled bill. Webster v. City of Hastings, 59 Neb. 563, 81 N.W. 510 (1900).
Enrolled bill and journals of houses are the official records relative to enactment of law and are the only competent evidence. State v. Abbott, 59 Neb. 106, 80 N.W. 499 (1899).