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The treasurer of state or the treasurer of state's designated representative shall be chairperson of the board.
The cashier of the state treasury shall be the secretary of the board and shall keep its records.
(P) "Public depositor" means the state or a subdivision, as applicable, that deposits public moneys in a public depository pursuant to sections 135.01 to 135.21 of the Revised Code. The board shall meet on the call of the chairperson at least annually to perform the duties prescribed in sections 135.01 to 135.21 of the Revised Code.
"Public moneys of the state" includes all such moneys coming lawfully into the possession of the treasurer of state; and "public moneys of a subdivision" includes all such moneys coming lawfully into the possession of the treasurer of the subdivision.
The necessary expenses of the board shall be paid from the state treasury from appropriations for that purpose upon the order of the board certified by the chairperson and the secretary. Any federal savings association, any savings and loan association or savings bank doing business under authority granted by the superintendent of financial institutions, or any savings and loan association or savings bank doing business under authority granted by the regulatory authority of another state of the United States, located in this state, and authorized to accept deposits is eligible to become a public depository, subject to sections 135.01 to 135.21 of the Revised Code.
No savings association, savings and loan association, or savings bank shall receive or have on deposit at any one time public moneys, including public moneys as defined in section 135.31 of the Revised Code, in an aggregate amount in excess of thirty per cent of its total assets, as shown in its latest report to the office of thrift supervision, the superintendent of financial institutions, the federal deposit insurance corporation, or the board of governors of the federal reserve system. (A) Any institution mentioned in section 135.03 of the Revised Code is eligible to become a public depository of the active deposits, inactive deposits, and interim deposits of public moneys of the state subject to the requirements of sections 135.01 to 135.21 of the Revised Code.
Except as otherwise provided in sections 135.14, 135.143, 135.181, and 135.182 of the Revised Code, as used in sections 135.01 to 135.21 of the Revised Code:(A) "Active deposit" means a public deposit necessary to meet current demands on the treasury, and that is deposited in any of the following:(1) A commercial account that is payable or withdrawable, in whole or in part, on demand; (2) A negotiable order of withdrawal account as authorized in the "Consumer Checking Account Equity Act of 1980," 94 Stat. In the case of a county school financing district that levies a tax pursuant to section 5705.215 of the Revised Code, the county board of education that serves as its taxing authority shall operate as a governing board.
The governing board of a subdivision electing or appointing a treasurer shall be the governing board of all other subdivisions for which such treasurer is authorized by law to act.