STATE GOVERNMENT AND STATE AFFAIRS
67-1214. Delivery of bonds sold outside state. Whenever bonds sold by the state of Idaho are to be delivered to the purchasers outside the state capital, the state treasurer is authorized and empowered to deliver the said bonds through the agency of any bank qualified as a depository of state moneys. The treasurer, upon deposit of the said bonds with such bank for delivery, shall take a receipt therefor under the seal of the bank, and such receipt shall, pending the payment to the state treasurer of the moneys due from the sale of the said bonds, be a sufficient accounting for the bonds on the part of the treasurer.
[(67-1214) 1909, p. 361, sec. 1; reen. C.L., sec. 126a; C.S., sec. 170; I.C.A., sec. 65-1114.]