46.2-205. Department offices and agencies.
Commissioner shall maintain his office in the Commonwealth at a location
that he determines to be appropriate. He may appoint agents
and maintain branch offices in the Commonwealth in whatever locations he
determines to be necessary to carry out this title.
personnel of each branch office and each agency shall be appointed by the
Commissioner and shall be bonded in an amount fixed by the Commissioner.
The person in charge of the branch office and each agency shall deposit
daily in the local bank, or at such other intervals as may be designated
by the Commissioner, to the account of the State Treasurer, all moneys
collected, and shall submit daily to the Commissioner, or at such other
intervals as may be designated by the Commissioner, a complete record of
what each deposit is intended to cover. The Commissioner shall not be held
liable in the event of the loss of any moneys collected by such agents
resulting from their failure to deposit such money to the account of the
compensation of the personnel of each branch office and each agency is to
be fixed by the Commissioner. The compensation fixed for each
non-automated agency for the purpose of maintaining adequate annual
service to the public shall be three and one-half percent of the first
$500,000 of gross collections made by the agency, two percent of the next
$500,000 of gross collections made by the agency, and one percent of all
gross collections in excess of $1,000,000 made by the agency during each
compensation fixed for each automated agency for the purpose of
maintaining adequate annual service to the public shall be three and
one-half percent of gross collections made by the agency during each
compensation awarded shall belong to the agents for their services under
this section, and the Commissioner shall cause to be paid all freight,
cartage, premium on bond and postage, but not any extra clerk hire or
other expenses occasioned by their duties.
1950, §§ 46-29, 46-31; 1950, p. 299; 1954, c. 585; 1958, c. 541, §§
46.1-28, 46.1-30; 1970, c. 754; 1972, c. 408, 609; 1974, c. 48; 1979, c.
20; 1989, c. 727; 1999, c. 308; 2002, c. 110.)
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