The treasurer of this State shall be the custodian of all moneys received by the State
from appropriations made by any of the original or supplemental acts of Congress mentioned
or referred to in sections two to six, inclusive of this article, and of all moneys
received by the State from appropriations for educational purposes that may hereafter
be made by any act or acts of Congress, and is authorized to receive and provide for
the proper custody of the same. He shall keep an accurate account of the moneys so received, shall place the same
to the credit of the proper institutions or funds, and, unless a different method
is provided by law, shall make disbursements therefrom upon warrants of the state
auditor issued on requisitions of the state commissioner of public institutions: Provided,
however, That disbursements from the funds received for vocational education and vocational
rehabilitation shall be made upon warrants of the state auditor issued on requisitions
of the state board of education approved by the state commissioner of public institutions. The treasurer shall include in his biennial report to the governor a statement of
his receipts and disbursements under the provisions of this article.
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