Art. 6225. EXAMINATION OF RECORD. The Comptroller shall examine and pass on all pension claims, keep a correct record of all approved claims, with the name, disability, service, residence and amount paid, and furnish the county judge with suitable blanks for use of claimants. He shall make a written report to the Governor on the first day of September of each year, showing the number of pensioners, the number of claims allowed for the past year, and the amounts paid, together with such other information as the Governor may ask. All records, books, claims or other matters pertaining to pensions shall be kept open to inspection and under the charge and direction of the Governor, and all rulings made by the Comptroller shall be subject to revision and change by the Governor.
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