TITLE 30
Military Affairs and Defense

CHAPTER 30-6
Pay and Allowances

SECTION 30-6-1


§ 30-6-1 Method of payment for emergency active duty.

Payment of the commissioned officers, warrant officers, and enlisted persons ordered into service under § 30-2-6 and payment of all expenses for transportation, rations, forage, gasoline, oil, shelter, medical care, arms, ammunition, equipment, and supplies incurred and that were rendered necessary in connection with the service ordered under § 30-2-6, shall be paid by the state from appropriations or sources that are separate and distinct from any regular annual appropriation for the support and maintenance of the military establishment in the following manner:

(1) The adjutant general, upon receiving the muster and payrolls, shall at once examine and compare these with the muster rolls in his or her office and if found correct and upon approval by the governor, shall certify these to the controller; and the controller shall draw his or her orders upon the general treasurer in favor of the adjutant general for such sums as may be required and the general treasurer shall pay these sums to the adjutant general. The adjutant general shall, within ten (10) days after receiving this money, pay to the commissioned officers, warrant officers, and enlisted persons the amount due to each person.

(2) All expenses, enumerated above, shall be paid when supported by proper vouchers, approved by the governor, and the controller shall draw his or her orders on the general treasurer in favor of the adjutant general for such sums as may be required and the general treasurer shall pay these sums to the adjutant general.

History of Section.
(P.L. 1956, ch. 3742, par. 160; G.L. 1956, § 30-6-1.)