Cashier Sample Clauses

Cashier s check." KRS 355.3-104;
Cashier. The cashier may also be the ------- chief financial officer and may also be an assistant secretary. In the absence or disability of the chief financial officer, the cashier shall perform all the duties of the chief financial officer, and when so acting, shall have all the powers of, and be subject to all the restrictions on, the chief financial officer. He or she shall have the general powers and duties of management usually vested in the office of cashier, when there also is an office of chief financial officer, and shall have any other powers and duties prescribed by the by-laws or the board of directors. The assistant cashier, or if there be more than one, any assistant cashier, may perform any or all of the duties and exercise any or all of the powers of the cashier unless prohibited from doing so by the board of directors, the chief executive officer or the cashier, and shall have such other powers and perform any other duties as are prescribed for him or her by the board of directors, the chief executive officer or the cashier.
Cashier. The cashier shall have the custody of such property and assets of the corporation as may be entrusted to him or her by the board of directors. In the absence, removal or other disability of the cashier, the chairman of the board or the president shall designate an officer for that purpose who shall perform his or her duties until action by the board of directors or Executive Committee. The cashier shall serve as the secretary of the corporation. The officers of the corporation shall perform such other or additional duties as may be prescribed by the board of directors, a committee of the board of directors, the chairman of the board, or the president. Any office described in Sections 4.6(a)-(d) of this Article IV may, by appropriate resolution adopted by the board of directors, be established in respect of any city or other geographical area in which the corporation transacts business, and the board of directors of the corporation may appoint persons to fill any such office created. In such event, and except as otherwise provided by resolution of the board of directors, the duties and responsibilities assigned to each officer of the corporation also shall constitute the duties and responsibilities of the person serving in a comparable office with respect to any such city or other geographical area, and such persons shall be deemed officers of the corporation, except that, in the latter case, such duties and responsibilities shall be limited to the operations of the corporation in the city or other geographical area with respect to which such person has been so designated. Any person designated by the board of directors to serve as an officer with respect to any city or other geographical area shall be given such title as the board of directors may determine; provided, however, that such titles shall distinguish such persons from those persons holding comparable positions with the corporation.
Cashier. The cashier shall supervise and conduct the routine business of the bank and shall have the care and custody of the bank’s funds, securities and property subject to the supervision of the president. He or she shall maintain permanent records of the funds and property of the bank and shall have authority to receive all monies on behalf of the bank. The cashier shall be custodian of all books, correspondence, and documents pertaining to the business of the bank, and shall prepare such other records and reports as directed by the president, and shall be custodian of the corporate seal. The cashier shall be custodian of all monies, funds and valuables of the bank, and shall properly render such accountings and reports as may be requested by the board of directors or by the president.
Cashier. The cashier calls the name of the applicant and informs him/her of the amount to be paid. The cashier receives the payment from the applicant. The payment is posted to the Revenue Collection System. The printed OR is signed and released by the Cashier to the applicant. The payment made initiates the printing of a Certificate of Registration at the releasing officer, for new MVs.
Cashier s check” means a check that:
Cashier. 1. Anyone who collects or counts money or operates a point-of-sale (POS) machine shall be considered a cashier.