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36-215 - State hospital revolving fund; nonreversion
36-215. State hospital revolving fund; nonreversion
A. The permanent state hospital revolving fund is established in the amount of five thousand dollars for use in making cash outlays for postage, C.O.D. packages, travel or other minor disbursements which are proper as ultimate claims for payment from state funds. Such expenditures from this fund and reimbursement thereto shall be as prescribed by the director of the department of administration.
B. A full accounting of the use of this fund shall be made to the director of the department of administration annually or as required by the director of the department of administration.
C. Monies of the permanent state hospital revolving fund shall not revert to the state general fund at the end of any fiscal year.