AN ACT making the State Treasurer the Depository of the Revenues of certain State Boards, Departments, Commissions and Agencies of the State, and directing the manner in which their expenses shall be paid. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

Section 1. That from and after the first day of July of 1931, The State Military Board, Oyster Revenue Collector, Revenues of Certain Board of Boiler Rules, State Board of Undertakers, Board of Boards, Departments Examiners of Barbers, State Board of Veterinary Medical Commissions and Agencies Examiners, Medical Council of Delaware, State Board of Dental Examiners, Delaware State Board of Examiners in Optometry, State Board of Examiners of Graduate Nurses, State Board of Accountancy, State Board of Pharmacy, Delaware Real Estate Commission, State Librarian and Industrial Accident Board, shall, and are hereby required to make the State Treasurer the depository of all their income received from taxes, fees and/or operations, either directly or indirectly, and said deposits shall be credited to the Disbursements General Fund. All disbursements made by the said Boards, Departments, Commissions or Agencies for salaries, expenses or other authorized expenditures shall be paid by the State Treasurer out of funds appropriated by the General Assembly for that purpose on vouchers issued by the proper officer or officers of the Board, Department, Commission or Agency and approved by the Auditor of Accounts.

Section 2, State Boards, Departments, Commissions or Agencies of the State of Delaware, now existing or here-after created, when not otherwise directed by the General Assembly, may be required by the Governor to comply with the provisions of this Act, either in whole or in part as may be decided by him to be economical and practical.

Section 3. This Act shall not, however, apply to accounts representing funds received by any Board, Department, Commission or Agency from appropriations made pursuant to Acts of Congress of the United States or any endowment funds or gifts whose disposition is specially directed.

Approved March 30, 1931.