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2-612.Deposit of moneys; duties of treasurers. All moneys received by the treasurer for the council or executive board shall be deposited by the treasurer in a bank designated by the executive board and authorized to receive public deposits. The treasurer shall pay out, on the warrant of the secretary of the executive board, or by a combination warrant check, in either case, signed by the chairperson of the executive board all moneys which shall come to the treasurer's hands for the use of the council or executive board, and the treasurer shall not pay any sum from the funds of the council or executive board in any other manner. The treasurer shall keep a record of all the moneys received and disbursed, specifying the person or persons from whom received and to whom paid, and the object for which same has been paid out. The treasurer shall present to the executive board at each regular meeting of the board a report in writing containing a statement of all moneys received from the county treasurer and from any other source since the last regular meeting of the executive board; and of the disbursements made with the items of such disbursements, and exhibit the warrants or checks or combination warrants and checks therefor, which report shall be recorded by the secretary of the executive board; and at the close of the treasurer's term of office shall settle with the executive board; and shall hand over to the successor all records and papers received as treasurer, together with all moneys remaining in the hands of the treasurer.

History: L. 1951, ch. 8, § 5; L. 1981, ch. 7, § 2; L. 1989, ch. 48, § 9; July 1.

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2020. Powered by KLISS. Rendered: 2020-09-22T12:50:42. Head Rev No: 345400