Paying officers and employees of certain state institutions and agencies
(1) The payment of the salary or compensation of the employees of the Department of Transportation and the officers and employees of any state agency, as defined in ORS 291.002 (Definitions), if such agency is authorized by the Director of the Oregon Department of Administrative Services, where such salary or compensation is payable out of the State Treasury and is fixed by law or the proper governing board or authority at a definite rate per day, week, month or year, shall be made monthly, as provided in this section.
(2) The superintendent, president or chief executive officer of the institutions, boards, commissions or state agencies listed in subsection (1) of this section, or such other officer thereof as may be, with the approval of the department, designated by the proper governing board or authority, shall, at the end of each month, make out, certify and transmit to the department, a payroll, duly verified by the superintendent, president or chief executive officer or designated other officer and approved by the proper auditing committee or officer, showing the names of the several officers and employees during the preceding payroll period, the rate of compensation of each by the day, week, month or year, the time employed, the amount due and any other facts the department requires. The department, if it approves the payroll, shall draw a warrant on the State Treasurer for the aggregate amount allowed by it thereon, in favor of the superintendent, president or other officer of the institution, board, commission or state agency, who shall immediately pay over the moneys received thereon to the several parties entitled thereto, taking receipts therefor, which shall be transmitted to the department. [Formerly 292.030; 1957 c.482 §1; 1959 c.183 §1; 1959 c.566 §5; 1967 c.454 §84; 1969 c.378 §8; 1995 c.612 §20; 2003 c.734 §16]
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