Charges for services to public agencies
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Subject to rules prescribed by the Attorney General, in rendering assistance to the respective officers, departments, boards and commissions of state government, and other public bodies, the Department of Justice may charge such officers, agencies and public bodies (including, when appropriate, the Department of Justice itself) separately for the cost of such assistance, said cost including, but not limited to salaries of assistants and administrative and clerical salaries, investigative services, and capital outlay; and shall also charge such officers, departments, boards, commissions or public bodies for other costs incurred and disbursements made pursuant to request or authorization in connection with such assistance, and not paid directly out of moneys appropriated or otherwise available for expenditure by such officers, agencies or public bodies. [1969 c.543 §1; 1971 c.85 §4]
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