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Virginia Code Title 6.2. Financial Institutions and Services § 6.2-813. Participation by banks in school thrift or savings plans

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A bank may contract with the principal of any elementary or secondary school, if authorized to do so by the school board in any locality where the bank has a location, for the bank to participate in a school thrift or savings plan.  A participating bank may accept deposits at the school either by its own collector or by any representative of the school who becomes the agent of the bank for such purpose.

The Pennsylvania State Police shall have the power and its duty shall be:

(a) Subject to any inconsistent provisions in this act contained, to continue to exercise the powers and perform the duties by law vested in and imposed upon the Department of State Police, the Pennsylvania State Police, the State Highway Patrol, and the Pennsylvania Motor Police;

(b) To assist the Governor in the administration and enforcement of the laws of the Commonwealth, in such manner, at such times, and in such places, as the Governor may from time to time request;

(c) With the approval of the Governor, to assist any administrative department, board, or commission, of the State Government, to enforce the laws applicable or appertaining to such department, board, or commission, or any organization thereof;

(d) Whenever possible, to cooperate with counties and municipalities in the detection of crime, the apprehension of criminals, and the preservation of law and order throughout the State;

(e) To aid in the enforcement of all laws relating to game, fish, forests, and waters;

(f) To collect and classify, and keep at all times available, complete information useful for the detection of crime, and the identification and apprehension of criminals. Such information shall be available for all police officers within the Commonwealth, under such regulations as the Commissioner of Pennsylvania State Police may prescribe;

(g) To enforce the laws regulating the use of the highways of this Commonwealth, and to assist the Department of Transportation and the Department of Revenue in the collection of motor license fees, fees for titling vehicles and tractors, operators' license fees, the tax on cigarettes, and the tax on liquid fuels, and the issuance of certificates of title and motor and operators' licenses;

(h) To search without warrant any boat, conveyance, vehicle or receptacle, or any place of business when there is good reason to believe that any law has been violated, the enforcement or administration of which is imposed or vested in the Department of Revenue;

(i) To collect information relating to crimes and incidents related to the race, color, religion or national origin of individuals or groups, which shall be reported monthly by all local law enforcement agencies and the State Fire Marshal. Any information, records and statistics collected in accordance with this subsection shall be available for use by any agency required to furnish information, to the extent that such information is reasonably necessary or useful to such agency in carrying out the duties imposed on it by law. The Commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police may, by regulation, establish such conditions for the use or availability of such information as may be necessary to its preservation, the protection of confidential information, or the circumstances of a pending prosecution.

Cite this article: - Virginia Code Title 6.2. Financial Institutions and Services § 6.2-813. Participation by banks in school thrift or savings plans - last updated January 01, 2020 |

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