Section 215.02, Florida Statutes 2001
215.02 Manner of paying money into the Treasury.--Whenever any officer of this state or other person desires to pay any money into the Treasury of the state on account of his or her indebtedness to the state, the person shall first go into the Department of Banking and Finance, and there ascertain from the department's books the amount of his or her indebtedness to the state, and thereupon the department shall give that person a memorandum or certificate of the amount of such indebtedness, and on what account. Second, the person shall take said certificate with him or her to the Department of Insurance and deliver the same and pay over to the Insurance Commissioner and Treasurer the amount called for in said certificate. Third, the Insurance Commissioner and Treasurer shall receive the money, make a proper entry thereof, file the certificate of the Department of Banking and Finance, and give a certificate to the party paying over the money, acknowledging the receipt of the money, and on what account; which certificate thus received, the party shall return to the Department of Banking and Finance, on receipt of which the department shall give the party a receipt for the amount, and enter a credit on the party's account in his or her books for the amount thus paid by him or her to the Insurance Commissioner and Treasurer, and file the certificate received from the Insurance Commissioner and Treasurer.
History.--s. 1, ch. 1292, 1861; RS 406; GS 598; RGS 1033; CGL 1344; ss. 12, 13, 35, ch. 69-106; s. 1136, ch. 95-147.