2013 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 26 - HEALTH AND VITAL STATISTICS
Section 26:1A-74 - Personnel; appointment, employment or removal; compensation; inspectors; enforcement agents


NJ Rev Stat § 26:1A-74 (2013) What's This?

26:1A-74. Personnel; appointment, employment or removal; compensation; inspectors; enforcement agents
The authority, vested pursuant to existing law in any of the boards or agencies enumerated in section four hereof, or in any member or officer thereof, to appoint, employ or remove clerical, secretarial, recording or other personnel, except inspectors or enforcement agents, is hereby transferred to and vested in the State Commissioner of Health. The State Commissioner of Health shall fix the compensation of all persons appointed or employed by him pursuant to such authority within the limits of available appropriations therefor. Persons thus appointed or employed shall be assigned to such duties as the State Commissioner of Health shall prescribe.

The authority, vested pursuant to existing law in any of such respective boards or agencies or in any member or officer thereof, to appoint, employ or remove inspectors or enforcement agents shall continue to be exercised by such board or agency; provided, however, that the appointment, employment or removal of any person pursuant to such authority shall be subject to the approval of the State Commissioner of Health. Such board or agency shall, subject to the approval of the State Commissioner of Health, and within the limits of available appropriations therefor, fix the compensation of inspectors and enforcement agents thus appointed or employed. Persons thus appointed or employed shall be assigned to such duties as such board shall determine.

L.1948, c. 444, p. 1750, s. 8.


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