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72-1758.Employees' retirement fund in certain cities between 120,000 and 200,000; definitions. Unless a different meaning is plainly required by the context the following words and phrases, as used in this act, shall have the following meanings:

(a) "School employee" shall mean any person regularly employed, and paid out of public funds, to perform services for the school district, and shall include all teachers, principals, superintendents, supervisors, librarians, clerks, secretaries, school nurses, attendance officers, managers, engineers, building superintendents, maintenance and repairmen, custodians, and all other persons regularly employed by the board of education.

(b) "Regularly employed" shall mean employed for the major part of the working days, as distinguished from being employed as a substitute or for part-time work or less than a major part of the time.

(c) "A school service year" shall mean a twelve-month period during which a school employee has received at least one-half of his normal annual salary.

(d) "School annuitant" shall mean any person who is entitled to receive a school annuity or a disability annuity.

(e) "School annuity" shall mean the annual payment due to any school annuitant. Such annual payment shall continue for life, and be paid in equal monthly installments.

(f) "Disability annuity" shall mean a school annuity granted to a school employee who suffers such physical or mental disability as to be unable to perform school service.

(g) "Salary" shall mean the amount actually paid to the school employee for personal services plus the amount, if any, paid by the board of education toward an annuity for the school employee.

History: L. 1939, ch. 264, § 1; L. 1963, ch. 360, § 1; June 30.

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