113.05 The state treasury - custodial funds - commingling of assets.

(A) The state treasury consists of the moneys, claims, bonds, notes, other obligations, stocks, and other securities, receipts or other evidences of ownership, and other intangible assets of the state that are required by law to be deposited in the state treasury or are otherwise a part of the state treasury. All assets of the state treasury shall be kept in the rooms assigned the treasurer of state, with the vaults, safes, and other appliances therein; provided, that:

(1) Securities required by law to be deposited or kept in the state treasury may be deposited for safekeeping with the federal reserve bank of Cleveland, Ohio or secured and insured depositories in or out of this state as designated by the treasurer of state.

(2) Public moneys may be kept in constituted state depositories.

(B) The custodial funds of the treasurer of state consist of the moneys, claims, bonds, notes, other obligations, stocks, and other securities, receipts or other evidences of ownership, and other intangible assets that are required by law to be kept in the custody of the treasurer of state but are not part of the state treasury. All assets of the custodial funds of the treasurer of state shall be kept in either or both of the following:

(1) The rooms assigned the treasurer of state, with the vaults, safes, and other appliances therein;

(2) The federal reserve bank of Cleveland, Ohio or secured and insured depositories in or out of this state as designated by the treasurer of state.

(C) Assets of the state treasury shall not be commingled with assets of the custodial funds of the treasurer of state.

The repositing and deposit of payments pursuant to sections 113.06 and 113.07 of the Revised Code are in compliance with this section.

Effective Date: 07-01-1985