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Chapter 174

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  174.180.  Treasurer to furnish bond — duties — reports. — 1.  The treasurer of each board, before he enters upon the duties of his office, shall enter into a bond to the state of Missouri, with good and sufficient security, in a penal sum of not less than fifty thousand dollars, to be approved by the board, conditioned that he will faithfully perform all the duties required of him by law as such treasurer, and account for and pay over all money received by him, which bond shall be filed with the secretary of the board.

  2.  The treasurer of each board shall receive, keep and disburse all moneys under the control of the board of his district, and perform all such acts as appertain to his office, under the direction of the board, and make reports of the same to the board at its annual meeting.

  3.  The treasurer of each board shall also make and furnish to the department of higher education and workforce development in the month of August of each year, an abstract which shall contain a full account of all moneys received and disbursed by his college during the preceding year, stating from what source received and on what account paid out, and the amount paid to each professor, teacher or other officer of the college; and said treasurer shall every two years report to the general assembly, under oath, an itemized statement of all receipts and expenditures for the two calendar years preceding, showing minutely all disbursements of money received from the state or other sources, and said college shall not be entitled to any appropriation unless such statement is so made.


(RSMo 1939 § 10768, A.L. 1945 p. 1684)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 9611; 1919 § 11506; 1909 §§ 11079, 11080

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