N.J.S.A 45:5A-5. Organization of board; appointment of assistants; incurring of expenses

45:5A-5. Organization of board; appointment of assistants; incurring of expenses

At the meeting for organization after the first appointment of said board the members thereof shall choose from among their number a chairman, who shall preside at all meetings of the board, and a secretary who need not be a member of the board. The chairman and secretary so chosen shall be subject to the approval of the Attorney General. The chairman and secretary shall hold office for 1 year and until their successors are chosen. Vacancies in the office of chairman or secretary between regular appointments shall be filled by the board, with the approval of the Attorney General. The board is authorized to appoint, with the approval of the Attorney General such clerical assistants as may be required. The board, with the approval of the Attorney General, shall fix the compensation of the secretary and the clerical assistants, within the limits of available appropriations and subject to applicable civil service provisionS.The board shall be authorized to incur such other expenses, within available appropriations therefor, as may be required to carry out its purpose and function. All moneys received by said board shall be remitted to the State Treasury.

L.1962, C.162, s.5, eff. Aug. 30, 1962. Amended by L.1962, C.185, s.4, eff. DeC.7, 1962.

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