New Jersey Revised Statutes § 30:4-100 - Cash Operating Fund; Settlements; Monthly Statement; Delivery; Disposition Of Receipts; Examination Of Accounts; Transfer Of Moneys; Annual Statement

30:4-100. Cash operating fund; settlements; monthly statement; delivery; disposition of receipts; examination of accounts; transfer of moneys; annual statement
The Legislature shall annually appropriate to the department a sum for a cash operating fund, which may be allotted by the State Board to the Bureau of State Use Industries, which the State Treasurer shall, upon the warrant of the Director of the Division of Budget and Accounting, as directed by rule or order of the State Board, advance to said bureau. Settlements between institutions, departments, boards and other State agencies shall not be made in cash, but by debits and credits on the State Treasurer's books, any accumulation of such credits being allotted at least quarterly to the State Board, for the subsequent use of the bureau. The bureau shall, on or before the tenth day of each month, file with the Director of the Division of Budget and Accounting a statement showing all deliveries made by the bureau during the month immediately preceding. Delivery shall be considered to have been made only when the bureau shall have received and submitted, with its monthly report, the acknowledgment of receipt from the receiving institution, board, commission or other State agency, or in event of sales in the open market, acknowledgment of receipt by the purchaser. A separate report to be submitted with the report of deliveries shall show all products sold, acknowledgment of delivery of which has not been received. All receipts from sales shall be credited to the cash operating fund for the then current fiscal year and thereafter, from year to year, as replacement thereof, without further appropriation and shall not lapse into the unappropriated funds of the State Treasury except as hereinafter provided. There shall be an annual examination of the accounts of the State Use Bureau in the Department of Institutions and Agencies, and the Governor, with the advice of the Director of the Division of Budget and Accounting in the Department of the Treasury, shall recommend to the Legislature the sum of money which may be transferred from the profits and surplus of the State Use Bureau to the unappropriated funds of the general treasury of the State and the Legislature in each annual appropriation act may provide for such transfer; provided, however, that no such transfer shall in any wise operate to interfere with the efficient conduct and management of the industries of the State Use Bureau and in no event shall such transfer reduce the net cash operating fund of the said State Use Bureau, as reflected by its accounts, below the sum of $250,000.00. The inventory shall be subject to approval or recommendation as to the amount thereof by the State House Commission and shall be valued at cost, which shall be taken as of July 1 of each fiscal year.

The bureau shall file annually with the State Treasurer and State House Commission a statement of assets and liabilities at the end of each fiscal year, which shall include (1) an inventory summary by product category of materials, supplies, finished products and work in progress valued at cost or market value, whichever is lower, and (2) a summary of machinery and equipment, less accumulated depreciation or obsolescence thereon.

Amended by L.1948, c. 291, p. 1205, s. 2; L.1948, c. 398, p. 1598, s. 2; L.1959, c. 21, p. 96, s. 1.

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