Idaho Statutes

42-2950.  Warrants — Payment — Interest. (1) All warrants issued under the provisions of this chapter shall be presented by the holder thereof to the county treasurer, who shall indorse thereon the day of presentation for payment, with the additional indorsement thereof in case of nonpayment that they are not paid for want of funds; and no warrant shall draw interest under the provisions of this chapter until it is so presented and indorsed by the county treasurer. And it shall be the duty of such treasurer, from time to time, when he has sufficient funds in his hands for that purpose, to advertise in the newspaper doing the county printing for the presentation to him for payment of as many of the outstanding warrants as he may be able to pay: provided, that thirty (30) days after the first publication of said notice of the treasurer calling in any of said outstanding warrants, said warrants shall cease to bear interest, which shall be stated in the notice. Said notice shall be published two (2) weeks consecutively, and said warrants shall be called in and paid in the order of their indorsement.
(2)  If a board of commissioners has elected and complied with the provisions of section 42-2949(1), Idaho Code, and in the absence of funds to pay warrants issued, the board may by resolution order payment of warrants presented by registering such warrants as hereinafter provided, and at the same time shall prescribe the interest rate said warrants shall draw. All warrants issued shall be presented to the secretary of a drainage district by the persons holding the same. If there are insufficient funds to pay the warrants presented, the secretary must indorse thereon "not paid for want of funds," the date of indorsement, the rate of interest such warrant shall draw as fixed by resolution of the board of commissioners, and sign his name thereto; and thereafter the said warrant shall draw interest at the rate specified in such indorsement until called for payment. Warrants issued by a drainage district shall be paid in the order of their issuance from funds accruing for the year in which they are issued. After all outstanding indebtedness for any one (1) year has been paid, any balance for that year shall be transferred to a warrant redemption fund for payment of uncalled registered warrants. Where there is no outstanding indebtedness nor any uncalled registered warrants, any balance may be used for the payment of current expenses for the next fiscal year.

[(42-2950) 1913, ch. 16, sec. 32, p. 58; reen. C.L. 168:47; C.S., sec. 4541; I.C.A., sec. 41-2550; am. 1983, ch. 60, sec. 2, p. 140.]

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