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Chapter 104

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  104.150.  Benefit fund, how held — purpose — deposit, executive director, duties, bond required — investment, board's powers and duties. — 1.  The board shall set up and maintain a transportation department employees' and highway patrol retirement and benefit fund account in which shall be placed all payroll deductions, deferred compensation, payments and income from all sources.  All property, money, funds, investments, and rights which shall belong to, or be available for expenditure or use by, the system shall be dedicated to and held in trust for the members and for the purposes set out in sections 104.010 to 104.270 and sections 104.600 to 104.800 and no other.  The board, in the name and on behalf of the system, may purchase, acquire, hold, invest, lend, lease, sell, assign, transfer, and dispose of all property, rights, and securities, and enter into written contracts, when necessary or proper to carry out the purposes of sections 104.010 to 104.270 and sections 104.600 to 104.800.

  2.  All moneys received by or belonging to the system shall be paid to the executive director and by him deposited to the credit of the system in one or more banks or trust companies.  No such money shall be deposited in or be retained by any bank or trust company which does not have on deposit with and for the board at the time the kind and value of collateral required by section 30.270 for depositaries of the state treasurer.  The executive director shall be responsible for all funds, securities, and property belonging to the system, and shall give such corporate surety bond for the faithful handling of the same as the board shall require.

  3.  The board may invest the funds of the system as permitted by sections 105.686 to 105.690.


(L. 1955 p. 718 § 14, A.L. 1961 p. 463, A.L. 1983 H.B. 713 Revision, A.L. 1988 H.B. 1643 & 1399)


Borrowing money in disaster area, 246.277

Investment of funds, regulations and limitations, public employees retirement systems, 105.687 to 105.690

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