1976 Texas Attorney General Reports and Opinions 3200 (1976)

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OF TEXAS
AUSTIN, TEXAS 78711
January 2, 1976
The Honorable Bob Bullock               Opinion No. H-7 57
Camptroller of Public Accounts
L.B.J. State Office Building            Re: Whether salary supplements
Austin, Texas   78711                   made with gift funds must be
reported to the Secretary of
State under section 1(q) of
article V of the General
Appropriations Act.
Dear Mr. Bullock:
You have asked whether gifts of money to state agencies, used to
supplenent salaries of employees whose salary is paid in part fron funds
appropriated in articles I-IV of the General Appropriations Act, Acts
1975, 64th Leg., ch. 743, p. 2417, are required to be reported under
section 1(q) of article V of the Act.
This section provides:
q. SAIARY REPORTING. None of the funds
appropriated to departments and agencies covered
in Articles I through IV of this Act shall be
expended for payment of salary to any person
whose salary is being supplenented fran other
than appropriated funds until a report slaMg
the amount and source of salary being paid fran
other sources has been reported to the Secretary
of State. (Emphasis added.) Acts 1975, 64th
leg., ch. 743, at 2844.
Section 18 of article V of the General Appropriations Act provides:
Sec. 18. ACCEPTANCE OF GIFTS OF laNEY. All
bequests and gifts of money to State agencies
named in this Act are hereby appropriated to
the agency designated by the grantor and for
such purposes as the grantor may spectfy;

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