SS SB 58, 2015 (Amended Section - as Truly Agreed)
361.120. 1. The director of finance shall preserve all
records, reports and papers of every kind pertaining to the division
of finance for a period of ten years, and shall permanently preserve
all records, reports and papers of a permanent value, including
articles of association and all amendments thereto, and all articles
of merger or consolidation and amendments thereto. The director
of finance shall make a written report to the governor whenever
required by the governor.
2. [During each biennial session of the general assembly the director shall, in the presence of a joint committee of the house of representatives and the senate, destroy by burning or by any other method satisfactory to said joint committee the records, papers and reports which may be disposed of pursuant to this section. The joint committee shall consist of four members of the house of representatives to be appointed by the speaker of the house of representatives and two members of the senate to be appointed by the president pro tem of the senate] After having kept any records, reports, or papers referred to in this section for a period of ten years, the director may destroy or otherwise dispose of said records in the manner provided by law.