House Bill No. 6651
               House Bill No. 6651

               PUBLIC ACT NO. 97-65


AN  ACT  CONCERNING  PAYMENTS TO THE OFFICE OF THE
TREASURER.


    Be  it  enacted  by  the  Senate  and House of
Representatives in General Assembly convened:
    Section   1.   Section  4-32  of  the  general
statutes  is  repealed  and   the   following   is
substituted in lieu thereof:
    Each  state  department,  institution,  board,
commission or other state agency and each official
and employee thereof,  including the clerks of the
Superior Court, receiving any money or revenue for
the state, shall,  within twenty-four hours of its
receipt, account for and, if the total of the sums
received amounts to  [one] FIVE hundred dollars or
more, pay the same to the Treasurer or deposit the
same in the  name  of  the  state  in depositories
designated by the Treasurer under such regulations
as the Treasurer  prescribes. Total daily receipts
of less than  [one]  FIVE  hundred  dollars may be
held until the  total  receipts  to date amount to
[one] FIVE hundred  dollars,  but not for a period
of more than seven calendar days. The Treasurer is
authorized to make  exceptions  to the limitations
herein prescribed upon  written  application  from
the head of  any  state  department,  institution,
board, commission or  other  state  agency stating
that compliance would  be impracticable and giving
the reasons therefor.  The  Treasurer shall make a
written statement of  any such exception and shall
file copies thereof  with  the Comptroller and the
Auditors of Public Accounts.
    Sec. 2. This  act  shall  take  effect July 1,
1997.

Approved May 27, 1997