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  231.190.  Overseer shall make reports, when. — It shall be the duty of every road overseer to make a detailed report and settlement, under oath, to the township board at each regular meeting thereof, and on or before the twentieth day of March next after his appointment he shall make final report, under oath, of all moneys received and expended by him, and from what source received and on what account expended, and final report of the disposition of all tools, machinery, books, papers and other property received by him as such overseer and belonging to such township or road district, and shall settle in full with said board for all moneys which he may have belonging to such road district or which may be owing by him to such district, and shall deliver to said board all tools, machinery, books, papers and other property belonging to such township or road district and received by him as such overseer.


(RSMo 1939 § 8817)

Prior revisions: 1929 § 8153; 1919 § 10915; 1909 § 11754

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