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Title VIII PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES, BONDS AND RECORDS

Chapter 110

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  110.170.  Transferring funds to depositary — liability of collector-treasurer and depositary — duties of township trustees. — 1.  As soon as the required security is given and approved, the commission shall make an order designating the successful bidders as depositaries of the funds until sixty-five days after the time fixed by sections 110.130 to 110.260 for another selection, and thereupon the county treasurer, or the collector-treasurer if the county be under township organization, shall immediately upon the making of the order, transfer to the depositaries the part or parts of all funds respectively let to the depositaries under the selection, and immediately upon the receipt of any money thereafter deposit it with the depositaries to the credit of the county.  The said treasurer shall, as nearly as may be, maintain with each of the depositaries selected its due and proportionate share of the total of the funds let.

  2.  For any failure of the county treasurer to make transfer of the funds or to deposit all of the funds with the depositaries, whether the same shall come into his hands as treasurer or as collector-treasurer of the revenue, or otherwise, he is liable to the depositaries, respectively, for ten percent per month, during such failure, upon the respective part or parts of said funds not so deposited, to be recovered by civil action.

  3.  In counties under township organization the township trustee shall deposit all school taxes received by him with the depositary selected by the township board of his township as the depositary of the township funds; and in default of the selection of a depositary by the township board, and during the time when any township has no depositary of its funds, the township trustee shall deposit all school taxes and all township funds received by him in any county depositary within the township, if there be one; if not, then in the county depositary most convenient to the township, and such county depositary shall thereupon pay to the township the same rate of interest upon the moneys which it has contracted to pay the county upon its funds, and the township may recover the same by civil action.

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(RSMo 1939 § 13851, A.L. 1959 S.B. 77, A.L. 2010 S.B. 771)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 12188; 1919 § 9586; 1909 § 3807


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