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     Idaho Statutes

50-208.  Duties of treasurer — Record of outstanding bonds . The treasurer of each city shall be the custodian of all moneys belonging to the city; he shall keep a separate account of each fund or appropriation, and the debits and credits belonging thereto; he shall give a receipt to every person paying money into the treasury, thereon specifying the date of payment and on what account paid; he shall also file copies of such receipts with his monthly reports; he shall at the end of each and every month and as often as may be required, render an account to the city council, under oath, showing the state of the treasury at the date of such account and the balance of money in the treasury; he shall also accompany such accounts with a statement of all receipts and disbursements, together with all warrants redeemed and paid by him, which said warrants, with any and all vouchers held by him, shall be filed with his said account in the clerk’s office, and if said treasurer neglect or fail for the space of ten (10) days from the end of each and every month, to render his said account, his office shall be declared vacant, and the city council shall fill the vacancy by appointment. He shall also keep a record of all outstanding bonds against the city showing the number, amount of each, and to whom said bonds were issued; and when any bonds are purchased, paid or canceled, said record shall show the fact. In his annual report he shall describe particularly the bonds issued and sold during the year, and the terms of the sale with each and every item of expense thereof.
[50-208, added 1967, ch. 429, sec. 72, p. 1249; am. 1976, ch. 49, sec. 2, p. 148.]

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