Except as provided in this section, it shall be unlawful for any state board, commission,
officer or employee: (1) To incur any liability during any fiscal year which cannot
be paid out of the then current appropriation for such year or out of funds received
from an emergency appropriation; or (2) to authorize or to pay any account or bill
incurred during any fiscal year out of the appropriation for the following year: Provided,
That nothing contained herein shall prohibit entering into a contract or lease for
buildings, land and space, the cost of which exceeds the current year's appropriation,
even though the amount is not available during the then current year, if the aggregate
cost does not exceed the amount then authorized by the Legislature. Nothing contained herein shall repeal the provisions of the general law relating
to the expiration of appropriations for buildings and land.
Any member of a state board or commission or any officer or employee violating any
provision of this section shall be personally liable for any debt unlawfully incurred
or for any payment unlawfully made.
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