NRS 227.170
Warrants: Drawing

  • account
  • record of appropriations and authorizations.

The State Controller shall:


Draw all warrants upon the treasury for money, and each warrant shall express, in the body thereof, the particular fund out of which it is to be paid, the appropriation under which it is drawn, and the nature of the service to be paid, and except for the purpose of making inactive deposits no warrant shall be drawn on the treasury unless there is an unexhausted specific appropriation or authorization, by law, to meet it.


Keep an account of all warrants by him or her drawn on the State Treasury, which account shall be kept in such manner as to show monthly the amount of warrants drawn, the amount paid, and the amount outstanding.


Keep a record of all appropriations and authorizations in a book provided for that purpose, in which book the State Controller shall enter the nature of the appropriation or authorization, referring to the statute authorizing the same, the amount appropriated or authorized, amounts credited by law, accounting debits and credits, the amounts paid therefrom each month, showing assets and expenses, and posting them to proper ledger accounts, with a yearly total of all payments and the balance remaining, and the amount, if any, reverting.

Source: Section 227.170 — Warrants: Drawing; account; record of appropriations and authorizations., https://www.­leg.­state.­nv.­us/NRS/NRS-227.­html#NRS227Sec170.

Last Updated

Feb. 5, 2021

§ 227.170’s source at nv​.us